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ritlDAY, MAY 23, 1002.
I'or Hilvettisenienti under this head our pi ices
arc cash in advance.
I.KSI.IK We are authorized to announce Mr.
iKiim;K M. I. k.si.ik. as il candidate for election
to the ulllce of Jti presenliitive in the Oeueral
Assembly of Tennessee Irom thfl twciity-liisl.
floleilal district composed (if the counties of
lieutoii and Decatur, subject to the will of the
W. T. MORIUS.
It. D. McCOllD.
COUNTY COURT CLERK,
w. d. coorEii.
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK,
L. It. WATSON.
O. W. E. HEREIN.
J. E. BltOWN.
TnE Philippine Islands are be
coming the grave-yard not only for
many young Americans, but for
the American reputation for honor,
"Benevolent assimilation" finds
its later aspect revealed in an echo
of a famous order in our frontier In
diainvnrs: "Kill everything! Nits
TnE average cost of living, ac
cording to carefully computed sta
tistics, has increased 40 per cen'
from 1897 to 1901. It would be
foolish to assert that wages had in
creased in as great proportion.
The only effective way to hit the
trusts is by reducing the tariff
schedules. Taking cases to the
courts after great hardship has been
occasioned is like, locking the barn
door after the horse has been stolen
The library erected by popular
subscription in memory of Mr
Gladstone is nearly completed a
Hawarden, the residence of the
"Grand Old Man," where it over
looks the estuary of the river Dee.
TnE Republican press calls in
cessant attention to the fact that
we are shipping more teachers to
the Philippines, but they as con
sistently fail to record the number
of cases of ammunition that go over
iu the same ships.
If the public wants a solution to
the query as to why the Senate has
lately risen in public estimation as
the sensible part of the national
legislative service, it has only to
look at the narrow-minded leader
ship in the House of Representa
tives that has stultified and belit
tled its deliberative capacity.
Senator Frye told the Senate
that people should not be shocked
at paying money out of the Treas
ury to ship owners. "You do it
for every other industry in the
country. You have been doing it
for years. Subsidy is only another
name for protection." And protec
tion is only another name for sub
sidy. That is what the Democrats
have always maintained.
Till' Uepul!lenn jmrty luu aain
resorti'd to tlio old expedient, when
cornered, of Imniii' tlio "bloody
shirt" from iU hidii)-' jilaco find
wavhiLT it nloft.
Senator Money says that in the
congrcbsof provihional government
organized by Aguinaldo, Hitting at
Maloloa, November, LS'JH, compon-
ed of 8.' members, there wore more
university graduates than ever Bat
iu the United States Senate at one
A ROUT tho worst provision of the
infamous ship subsidy bill is the
bounty to New England fishermen
giving 2 a ton to vessels and 81 a
month addition to wages of crews.
There is no provision for tho equal
ly meritorious fishermen of the
Chesapeake and Carolina coasts
and the whole thing looks like sec
The Democratic gubernatorial
and State judicial conventions
meet at Nashville next week, and
in order to secure the lowest rate
possible those who contemplate go
ing to tho conventions should see
the chairman of the committee con
Ice Cream every Saturday night,
at Tom Tucker's.
Soda "Water, all flavors, at the
Fry Drug Co.
I have the best selected stock of
millinery ever brought to Camden,
and the public is invited to come
and inspoct my goods.
Mrs. S. J. Travis.
I. Greenberg, one of the best
scrap iron dealers in tha country,
is in Camden. Get up your old
iron and bring it to him and get
the spot cash. You will find him
at the Bell House.
The date of the quarterly confer
ence for Camden circuit has been
chauged by J. W. Waters, P. E.,
to June 11 and 15 at Mount Car
mel. Let every official member be
on hand on Saturday.
The Fioneer Debating Club of Coxbtirg
met the Oakurove Debating Society of
Northford, Decatur County, in joint de
bate at Jeanette last Saturday night.
The subject was "Resolved, that art is
and has been more attractive to the hum
an eye than nature."
T. M. Baugus, George Baker and Joe
Jenkins (of the Oakgroye society) on the
affirmative side and J.F. Odle, M. O. Mor
ris and D. II. Goodman (of the Tioneer
club) on the negative. After Oscar Cum
mings had been elected to the chair and
the judicial committee appointed, the de
bate was opened by Mr. Baugus with a
good speech, and he was followed by J
F. Odle who put the boys on fire. Then
Mr. Jenkins came forth with cood argu
ment, but was ridiculed by Mr. Morris,
whose speech abounded in wit and sar
casm. Mr. Baker came to the floor, but
"had failed to catch anything to note.
D. It. Goodman was met with long and
loud cheers as he presented a well pre
Then came the replies, and J. F. Odle
threw fire and brimstone into their air
castle and it fell. The judges rendered
the decision unanimously in favor of the
IMoneer Debating Club.
The house was filled with people who
seemed to enjoy the occasion very much
The two clubs will meet at Sugar Tree
sometime soon to battle further for the
championship. A Member.
Coxburg, May 20.
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Can be worn the year around and made
over to conform with the changing fashion
if you desire and yet have a fine costume.
(It is a positive bargain.) If interested,
will send you a sample on receipt of a two
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Manufacturer of Buttons.
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New York City.
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After M'Vetul vexations, tlelayn, iupI
lirtakilrtw rig tho New IenjVn Morning
Nuwb litis overcome its olistncliH nrnl in
now i.suii it first-ct.iss iiHWf paper.
1 1 m local news covers Memphis nti'l
Hpecial corrcKpoii'lutits in nil tho Memphis
leriitory oti'l K'Ves iho news of this Bec
tion. Its telegraphic nervico is Ptiperb.
Tlit Metnpliis Weekly News will ap
pear May L'H, aiplciich We Inesilay thero
after. Send for sample copies of tho djiily ami
In pursuance to an order made, at the March
term, VMr, of the Chancery Court at Camden,
j Tounessee, In the cause of 1 11. I'.uikcr vs. J.
A. Holland et uls. I Mill on
Monday, the 7th day of July, 1902,
In front of the east door of the court-house In
Camden, Tennessee, oiler for sale to the highest
and best bidder to satisfy a Judgment of f Ml.15
ami all cost of this cause that It. K. Darker ob
tained aulnst John A. Holland ctuls. two tracts
of land described as follows:
Tract No. t . ISeniunliiK at the ford of the creek
known as the Itelcw Ford thence up said creek to
a conditional line known as the Joel White land
with my said boundaries to my west boundary
line; thence north to the original corner; tlieuce
east to a conditional line to the Camden Koad;
thence eastward with said road to the beinnliiK.
Tract No. 2. In civil district No. 3 and bound
ed as follows, to-wit: In ratine 8 and section 3,
beginning on a red oak the northwest corner of
a 320 acre tract deeded toO, Hardin by W. K.
Aden and runs due east so poles to a stake, per
simmon, white oak and two red oak pointers;
thence north 00 poles to a stake, red and post
oak pointers; thence north CU'i depicts west I
poles to a blackjack with blackjack and post oak
pointers; thence west 4tJ polos to a stake, and
then south 04 poles to the beginning, containing
by estimation 30 acres, be the same more or less
TERMS OF SALK.
Said tracts of land will be sold on a credit of
seven mouths In bar of the equity of redemption
and not os taken with approved personal security
for the purchase money and a lien will be retain
ed on the land for further security.
This May the l'Jth, 1902.
A. (1. McDANIKL,
Clerk and Master.
In pursuance to an order made at the March
term, l'J02, In the Chancery Court at Camden,
Tennessee, In the cause of John rainier, admin
isti ator, vs. L. K. King et als. I will on
Monday, the 7th day of July, 1902,
In front of the east door of the court-house In
Camden, Tennessee, offer for sale to the highest
and best bidder, to satisfy a Judgment of f34G.95
and cost of this cause that John I'almer, admin
Istiator of W. A. Massey, deceased, obtained
against L. E. King, one tract of land described
as follows :
lSegiimtng222 poles north of the southwest cor
ner of a tract of land known as the Lewis land at
a stake w ith dogwood and red oak pointers, run.
ning south 3G poles to a stake, then west 20',
polestoapostoak, then south 180 poles to a beach
with beach and blackgnni pointers, then east 91
poles to a stake with dogvvood, red oak and post
oak pointers, then north 34 poles to a stake w ith
dogwood pointers, then east 28 poles to a stake,
theu north 43 poles to a sweetguin, then 20 de
grees north of east 79 poles to a stake, then 45
degrees north of west U0 poles to an elm, then 22
degrees west of north 54 poles to a white oak with
postoak pointers, Mien 10 degrees south of west
00 poles to a stake with while oak and maple
pointers, then 32 degrees west of north 12 poles
to a dogwood with hickory and post oak point
ers, then 27 degrees north of west 03' poles to
the beginning, containing by estimation 168 acres
be the same more or less.
TERMS Off SALE.
Said land will be sold on a credit of six months
free from the equity of redemption and notetak
en for the purchase money with good and solvent
security and a iien will be retained on the land
for further security.
This the 10th day of May, 1902.
A. G, McDANIEL,
24-21 Cleric and Master
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
W. L. Morris et als. vs. J. H. Kee
I?y virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands
Issued by L. It. Watson, clerk of the circuit court
of Benton County, Teunessce, I will
On Monday, the 2nd, Day of June
expose to public sale to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the court-house door in Camden, Ten
nessee, the following tract of land belonging to
J. II. Kee, the same being situated iu the fifth
civil district of Ronton County, Tennessee, and
bounded as follows, to-wit : On the north by the
lands of Spencer, on the south by the lands of
Spencer, on the east by the lands of Jordan, and
on the west by the lands of Lynch, said land to
contain 119 acres. The sams was condemned
as the property of J. H. Kee and ordered to be
sold by the circuit court of Benton County, Ten
nessee, at the April term, 1902, to satisfy a judg
ment in favor of W. L. Morris and against J. If.
Kee et als. for the sum of $78.10 and cost.
This May 3, 1982.
E. E. FRY, Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
J, F. Dowdy vs. N. B. Manon.
By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands,
issued by L.K. Watson, cierk o the circuit court
of 15enton Cou'.ityk Tennessee, I will
On Monday, the 2nd Day of June,
expose to public sale to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the eouit-houso door in Camden, Ten
nessee, the following tract of laud belonging to
N. R. Manon, the same being situated in tho
ninth civil district of Benton County, Tennessee,
and bounded as follows: On the north by the
lands of Craney, on the south by the lands cf
lieaton, on the west by the lands of Craney and
on the east by tlw lands of Stockdale, containing
10 acres. The same was condemned as the prop
erty of N. 15. Manon and ordered to be sold by
the circuit court of heuton County, Tennessee,
at the April term, I9u2, to satisfy a judgment iu
favor of J. F. Dowdy and against X It. Manon
for the sum of $.4U7 and cost.
This May J, i;w.'.
E. K. FRY. SIkvUI.
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