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TO INCOIM'OKATH UKi SANDY.
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Fill PAY, MAY
r, S. Wiheinun wns rtt Eggvillo
li. F. Stiynll of Cnniik'n was the
jjjut'St of G. C. Camp Sunday.
Miss ltecio Marklmm wns the
truest of Miss Georgio Harper, last
CbiUU't'r.s' day will Le observed
lit ltushing's Chapel on the fourth
Sunday in May.
F. M. Greer and wife visited rel
citives near ltushing's Creek last
ISaturday and Sunday.
The third Sunday in May is the
day set apart for holding memorial
services at the Flushing's Chapel
Eggville, May 12.
Work is delayed on account o
dry weather, and farmers are get
ting discouraged. 13ut be patient,
God does all things well. Just
walk around the big clods and step
over the little ones, and trood rains
will come in duo time.
Sunday school every sabbath a
the lower house at 2 o'clock p. m
and Draver meeting at night
Byrd's Chaple. Lets all attend
Sunday school and prayer meeting,
for to be sure we can hot be made
any the worse for going to the
house of prayer and worship.
The young men of Hock College
recently organized a debating soci
ety. Saturday night they debated
tho subject of "Intemperance and
AVar." Affirmative, Thomas John
son; negative, Jones Hatley. The
decision was in favor of the affirm
ative. " Was the North Justifiable
in Freeing the Slaves" is the sub
jectfor debate next Saturday night.
Everybody come out and hear what
the boys will have to say oa this
' Ukeciieen, May 12.
Last Saturday morning people
from every direction gathered at
Bushing's Creek Cemetery and
cleaned of the grounds. Dinner
was served on the ground, and at 2
o'clock Rev. J. T. Sparks conduct
ed devotional service, using for his
text llomans xii 21. The burying
ground was made presentable and
all the graves were given careful
Sunday morning the graves were
decorated, the work being under
tlje supervision of the floral com
mittee. The crowd then assem
bled at the church and listened to
a sermon by Rev. AY. S. Brewer.
At 3 o'clock the crowd assembled
at Bristow Cemetery with flowers
and songs, and after decorating the
graves memorial services were con
ducted bv Rev. Mr. Watts.
Thursday, May 21, will be deco
ration day and memorial service at
Rushing Chapel Cemetery. It will
be an all dav service. Dinner on
ibje ground. Everybody invited.
Biuow, May 12.
Elder J. W. Waters will hold his
ouarterlv meeting ( third round) as
follows: Camden circuit atLiber-
ty, June 27 and 28; Camden, June
28 and 2D; llolladay circuit at Man
lev's Chapel, July 25 and 2G, and
Decaturville and Tarsons at Con
cord, July 5 and G.
Tor Infants and Children.
ThJ Rir.3 Yea Kavs Alaajs B:!gM
Att net to incorporate 1 1 it town of l'.i
Sandy in tin county of Kenton, and L
irovi'ik' for tlie flection of oHircrs, re
mt ihe their iliiticH ami lor oilier un puses.
Section 1. l',i it enacted by thetieiit nil
Assembly of the Slate of ToiuicsHce, that
the town of llitf Sain'y nud the inhabit
ant (hereof he ami the Minn are hereby
(-(instituted n hotly politic mid corporate
uriiler ami by the name of "Mayor ami
Aldermen of the Town of Liu' Samly,"
and i-hall have perpetual Hiiccession by
their corporate name; may be Filed ami
may Hue, plead and bo impleaded, grant,
receive and purchase and hold real, mix
ed ami perti'inal property, or dinpose of
the HauiH for the U-nclit of naid town.
Sec. 'J. 1U it further enacted, that the
corporate limits of the said town of Li
andy shall be bh follows, to wit: le-
truiniti"- at a stake nt the western end of
.ouiHVille and Nashville Kailroiul trestle
No. CO, running south l"i degrees, east 1'H
poles to a Htake with black oak pointer;
thence east 54 poles to a Make, the west-
rn boundary of YV . Caraway's lot fence ;
thence Noulh 18 degrees, east 54.' 4' poles
lo a Make wilh post oak pointer; thence
ant IS degrees, north to a Make i poles ;
thence north 18- poles to a htake with
black oak pointers; thence east 15 de
grees south with the meandeniigs of Su
gar.Creek to a stake 5:5 polea; thence
poles to a stak,e, north; thence west ..),
poles to white oak; thence south 1 7 1 a
poles toastake; thence west ; degrees oh
polestoawhiteoak corner; thence north
i poles to a Make, 1). Uooper a south gar
len fence ; thence west 50 poles.to a stake
with black oak pointers; thence south:!!)
poles to walnut and cherry pointers on
north bank of Sugar (Jreek ; thence west
with the meandering of said creek 111
poles to a stake ; thence south 15 degrees
east 2!Mj poles to the beginning.
Sec. o. 15e it further, enacted, that the
oflicers of the town of. Big .Sandy to be
chosen by the people shall be a Mayor
and Board of Aldermen, constituting a
Town Council, each and all of whom
shall be citizens of and voters in the said
town. The Board of Aldermen shall con
sist, of (5) five members, chosen ly the
quahlied voters of said town for two years
Any Alderman alter his election remov
ing from the town shall thereby vacate
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, that the
Town Council Bhall at the first meeting
in each year elect a Kecorder, Marshal
and such other officers, servants or agents
as they may deem necessary and may
provide for by ordinance, and shall have
power to prescribe the duties cf the sajne.
The Town Council shall also fix the com
pensation of such officers and said com
pensation shall not be diminished or in
creased during the term for which they
were elected. The council shall also have
power to dismiss any officer, servant or
agent elected or by them appointed, a
majority of said council concurring in said
dismissal for any misdemeanor, neglect
of duty or misconduct.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, that the
Town Council shall have power by ordi
nance within the town :
1. To assess property for taxes, and to
levy and collect, by proper officers, taxes
upon all real and personal property, polls
and privileges taxable by the laws of the
2. To appropriate money and provide
for the debts and expenses of the town
3. To open, alter, abolish, widen, ex?
tend, establish, grade, pave or otherwise
improve, clean. and keep in repair streets,
highways, alleys and sidewalks and sew
ers, or to have the same done. Also to
erect, establish and keep. inrepair bridges
4, To license, tax or regulate everything
or person licensed, taxed or regulated by
the State or county.
5. To provide for the erection of all
buildings necessary for the use of the
C. To regulate or prohibit and suppress
all disorderly or bawdy nouses.
7. To regulate the police of the town,
to impose lines, forfeitures and. penalties
for the breach of any ordinances, and to
provide for the recovery and appropria
tion of the same, and to appoint an officer
for the town who shall be the Kecorder,
beloie whom such recovery may be had.
not however, to exclude the jurisdiction
of any other competent court.
, lo provide tor the arrest and conLne-
nienf until trial of all disorderly or riot
ous persons, by day or by night, to au
thonze the, arrest, and detention of al
persons found violating any ordinance of
9. To prevent cr. punish by pecuniary
penalties, or otherwise, all breaches of
the peace, noise or disturbance, disorder
ly assemblies in an alley or street, house
or any place in the town, by day or by
night; to prevent and remove all en'
croaehments into and upon all streets
sidewalks and alleys established by law
10. To provide for the removal of al
obstructions from the sidewalks and
provide for the construction and repair of
all sidewalks and for cleaning the same
to provide for the removal of all obstruc
tions and refuse from the porches of bus
iness houses and other houses ; to require
owners ot property to erect sidewalks ant
sewers in accordance with 6uch ordinan
ces as the council may provide at the ex
pense of the owners of the ground front
11. To regulate, tax, license or suppress
the keeping or going at large of animals
within the town, and. in default of re
demption in pursuance of ordinance, to
sell, dispose of or kill the same.
To levy special school tax upon prop
erty which shall be nsed for school pur
12. To tax, regulate or restrain theatri
cal or other public amusements, showa
and exhibitions within the town; to pro
hibit horse swapping upon the public
square ; to restrain or prohibit gambling ;
to pass all ordinances and by-laws not
contrary to the constitutional laws of the
State that may be necessary to carry out
the full intent and meanbg of their corporation.
1,'!. To commit any person or p"rons
w ho may fnil to pav or secure any line or
cost imposed Oil tlielll by olM
ol Mini town to mm city jan until mien line
or cost be fully paid or secured, and every
iierHoti so committed to the J - 1 1 or work
house shall bi' required to work for the
town at such labor as hi11 or her strength
and health v ill permit, not exceeding ten
hourapcr day, until the whole line and
cost are paid, and for such labor the per
sons so employed shall receive the Mini
of .5 cents per day, exclusive of board.
1 1. Said corporation shall beallowed to
enter into an agreement with Benton
County relative to committing prisoners
to the county jail.
15. To prepare and have published a
ligest or compilation of all the ordinances
and resolutions of a public nature in force
within six months after the passage of
this Act, ami a like digest as often as may
1(1. No member of the Town Council
shall become a bondsman for any agent,
officer or servant of tho town, nor be di
rectly or indirectly interested in any con
tract with the corporation.
17. To judge the qualifications of and
election of and returns of its own mem
bers; to prescribe rules for the determi
nation of contested elections, and to de
termine how vacancies shall be filled and
to determine all questions in case of ties
in any election and to prescribe rules for
the government of the Board of Mayor
18. To define nuisances and prohibit
Sec. C. Be it further enacted, that the
first election for Mayor and Board of Al
dermen under this act shall be held by the
Sheriirof Benton County on Wednesday,
March -5, l'.iO,'!, in accordance with the
laws of Tennessee. All elections there
after for the said town of Big Sandy shall
be held by the Marshal of the corpora
tion, aided by two clerks and two judges,
all of whom shall be legal voters of said
town on Wednesday, March 25, every two
years thereafter, after giving ten days'
notice. Ihe voters shall vote by ballot
under such rules and regulations as the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen shall pre
scribe as to the place, hours, etc., of vot
ing by ordinance. The officers of the
town thus chosen ehall go into office on
the first meeting after the election, and
told othce for two years, or until their
successors are elected and qualified. The
following shad bo the qualifications for
voting in the town elections :
1. He shall be qualified to vote for
State and county officers.
Shall have resided for six months
next preceding the election within the
3. A voter's residence is hereby defined
as the place at which he habitually sleeps.
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, that the
judges and clerks to hold the election
shall be sworn and qualified according to
the election laws of the State, and said
election shall be conducted in all respects
as all the various State and county elec
tions, by virtue of the election laws of
the State. The judges and clerks shall
preserve the ballots cast in said election,
who shall preserve the same.
bee. 8. Be it further enacted, that the
persons receiving, the highest number of
votes, respectively, for Mayor and Alder
men shallbe declared elected, anditshall
be the duty of the officer holding said
election to make out and deliver to the
Recorder a certificate of the election with
in three days after the election, which
certificate shall be produced at the lirst
meeting of the board, and a minute shall
be made thereof upon the minutes cf the
town ; and if the Marshal fails to .hold
said election at the time herein mention
ed, it shall be his duty to hold it as soon
thereafter as may be, after giving the reg
ular notice, and for failure to hold said
election as prescribed in this Act he shall
forfeit and pay to said corporation the
sum of $25, to be recovered by action of
debt in the name of Big Sandy; and if
there be no Marshal, or if he be a candi
date for any office, or incomjetent for any
reason, the election shall be held by a
person to be appointed by the Mayer, and
Aldermen, under the same regulations
and penalties as hereinbefore prescribed.
Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, that a
majority of the Town Council shall be a
quorum to do business, and if the Mayor
or any of the Aldermen, or any officer
should die, resign or move away, the va
cancy shall be supplied by the council
at its next meeting, or as soon thereafter
as inav be, and the person or persons so
elected shall perform the same duties and
be vested with the same powers and priv
ileges as the person whose place they are
appointed to ml, aud upon like condi
tions; and the Mayor and Aldermen and
all oflicers shall respectively take an oath
before entering upon the duties of their
office before some person competent to
administer .an oath, to execute the same
faithfully and impartially, and the Mayor
and Aldermen shall also take an oath to
support the Constitution of the United
States and the Constitution of the State
Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, that the
Mayor shall hold office for two years and
until his successor shall be elected and
qualified. No person Bhall be elected
Mayor who is not at the time of his elec
tion a citizen o! the State of Tennessee,
and has not been for six months and is
rot then a bona fide citizen and voter of
said town. A vacancy in the office of
Mayor shall be filled by thecouncil. The
Mayor shall fill all vacancies arising in
any office until the Bame be filled by the
Town Council. It shall be the duty of
the Mayor to preside at all meetings of
the council, to vote in the election of all
officers of the town, and in all cases where
it is a tie vote. All ordinances shall be
approved and signed by the Mayor, also
resolutions, on or before the next meet
ing of the council, and the Mayor shall
have veto power, and if he shall refuse to
approve any ordinance or resolution lie shall re
turn the same to the council at its next liif-eting
with his reason for his rt'fusr.laml said ordinance
ox Hik-ia'aou thall net Vc valid, unless tl; eouu-
ril I v a tw Hi i.W i!i- pa-- t!i" vonc, untiMtli-
.t.ui'hn III" M.hni 's i to, hut ii t In- M IV hi d.M--.
lint Vl'tO tU'! sum- 1H 1 1 1 V 1 ' I 1 1 It 111. Ill lie ,UHI
without his simiatun'. 'I hi" M.iyor stud Like
-.n t-lli.it .ii! in ilui.iii'-ei of the In au me (!!- en
I in i d, ten i I a i id oli-i .-d w II I. in tlie n 11
llin. Is: -dull fall siifi i.tl sessions of Ihe fi.ilui ll
when he in iv ipfiu It f ;n dif ut , and pel fn in all
nllii'i ilutifs wliieli the lown l iiiineil may hy or
dltlilliee 1 1 li i ixi- ii ii ii hi l n . A lo-eoi ie Is lift i hy
Vested with all the powers of a .lu-dlec ol the
IVaei- III criminal c.isi s, and shall ti all olleiise s
a:nlisl the pe.fe ami ili-nll of I lie tow II of I' i;
S.uidy: piovided, however, that a chain: of ven
ue may he had in any case w lem allid.ivit is made
hy Ihe le cus. d and at lea one ilisllileieted
person that j.idicn in their opinion wall not he
inettid out hy the lleeoi del', to any Alderman of
Ihe town of liix Sandy, who is In-iehy aulhoricd
to try and decide such case. In the event an ap
peal is taken from any li'n liiiiineU hy tin- Ke
corder or Aldei men of ,s.tid tow n for violation uf
any of lis ordinances to Ihe I'o cult or Criminal
Court at Camden, 'JYunexsee, the person no ap
pealing -diall cive hond and security for the pay
ment of said line ami cost, ami to ahide hy and
pel form tlie judgment ot I he coui t on appeal, and
shall in no case he entitled lo an appeal from
said line and cost on pauper's oath. The Kecor
der shall keep auaccui ate iniiiule of all the pro
ceedings of t hi" Town Council; shall issue privi
lege license, and collect lai-Kon s.uiu'. He shall
collect all special taxes levied hy the council, and
shall keep a proper ledger account 1 the same,
lie shall make out tlie town tax 1 tuk and turn
Ihesanieover to the Marshal for eclloction, tak
ine, his receipt therefor under the Mi' te laws lee,,
ulatintlie Assessor -jI all State andryiiiity taxes.
He shall act as Tre.vairer, receive fioiu the Mar
shal, receipt, taki) care of and keep pro per ac
count of all funds of whatever nature that may
comeinto his hands. For such purposes he shall
keep such hooks as the council may direct. Ho
shall make out and present ipiarterly, orofteiicr
if required hy the council, a full and explicit ac
count and report of all linauces of the. town,
which report the council may order puhlished
for tho Information of the town, llefore enter
ing upon the discharge of his duties lie shall ive
bond with i?ood security conditioned upon the
faithful and honest discharge of all duties per
tainiiiK to his olliee, ami similar la all respects
to that of the Marshal and Mayor as hereinafter
provided ; he shall perform such other dut ies pel -tainiiiK
to his olliee as the council may direct.
The Marshal shall acquaint himself thoroughly
with the laws and ordinances of the town, and
it shall ho his duty to rigidly enforce the same,
for which purpose police authority Is hereby uiv
en him, which he may exercise without warrant
In hand. He shall collect all taxes levied hy tlie
council, except privilege and special taxes, and
perform such otlmr duties as thecouncil may Im
pose upon him. He shall have power to execute
State warrants and other processes which con
stables generally have witliin tlie town limits.
He shall he duel of any jiolice ot't;i:.ul7.ed witliin
the town limits..
Sec. 11. lie it. further enacted, that the fees
andcoiupeusatiyn of all oflicers herein mention
ed shall he suclvas the cotiueil may prescribe.
See. 12. lie it further enacted, that it shall be
the duty of the jailor of Kenton County to receive
and keep in Jail, any person who imiy.be commit
ted to his charge, for a breach of the by laws and
ordinances of said town, and all riotous and dis
orderly persons committed to his chai'me by the
Marshal or other officers of the towiu for which
he shall receive such lees as may he ivjfreod upon
by the council, by and with his consent; provid
ed, tlie corporation and Kenton County agree as
hereinbefore provided .
See. l.'j. Ke it further enacted, that before en
tering upon the discharge of their duties the
Mayor, Kecorder and Marshal shall enter into
bond with good surities and in such amount as
may be fixed by tho council, conditioned upon
the faithful discharge of their duties and upon
diligent collection and faithful accounting for
all monies that shall or ought to con e Into their
hands for lines, forfeitures or other moneys due
said town, and which ought by law be collected
and paid over by them.
And tlie said Marshal shall be liable as herein
mentioned for failing to collect money, to return
processor pay over money collected by process
issued by the Kecorder or Aldermen. Said bonds
shall bo filed with the Kecorder and preserved
carefully among the records of the tow n.
Said bonds shall be made payable to liig Sandy
or its Treasurer for the use and henellt of said
town. The Town Marshal shall pay over to tho
Kecorder all moneys collected by him for said
town, lie shall render quarterly, and as much
ofteneras the council may require, full and com
plete statements of tho linauces under his con
trol. Sec. H. Be it further enacted, that when any
tax or duty shall be levied or imposed by said
corporation upon any real estate lying in said
town, and the owners, or owner, or occupiers
thereof, shall not pay the same, and the Mar
shal shall make returns of that fact under oath
that the owners have no personal property in
said tow n, upon which to distrain for said tax
or duty, it shall be the duty of tho Kecorder, by
and with the advice and with the consent of th
council, to take such steps for tho collection of
said tax or duty as are provided by the laws of
Sec. 13. lie it further enacted, that if the Ke
corder or Marshal shall fail to collect, alter col
lecting, fail or refuse to pay over any money re
ceived by them for tlie use of said town, said
Kecorder or Marshal shall be liable to be pro
ceeded against by motion or suit at common law
in the Circuit Court of Kenton County, or in any
other court having jurisdiction of the person of
tho Recorder or Marshal as tlie case maybe, and
it shall be the duty of such court to render up
judgment against them or other delinquent offi
cers aud his surities for the money so received,
or that ought to have been collected in the name
of Kig Sandy; provided, that if the suit be by
motion-the officers shall have five days' notice
Sec. 1(1. Ke it further enacted, that the Board
of Mayor and Aldermen are forbidden from mak
ing appropriations for any money or taxes to lie
assessed and collected in any other manner tlniai
for strictly corporate purposes.
See. 17. Be it further enacted, t!mt this act be
declared a public law and may be read In evi
dence of all the courts of law and equity, and all
ordinances, resolutions and proceedings of tlie
lloard of Mayor and Aldermen, when printed
and published by tlie authority of the council,
shall be received as evidence in nil courts aud
places, without further proof, wheu certified by
Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, that this Act
take effect from and after its passage, the public
welfare requiring it.
Passed March 13, im.
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return: e r ye.. r:.n i-a! it'iu'ritii oik
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ness. i-woili a haiw-i Hint I'-cl.
ra i'voti ni-ss, (li'i'ii's-.i'ili, till 1 tiiuh
toloreii ui inc.
You have liver or UMnry
tvoutiies del'iv is dimi'-rous.
liut-ilo not, despair, we olti r you
n sure. (-. fo "'id M'dv ri.ro In
iv. .r. 13. .'Vie !.. ii" l.ivrr
Hi l lif'liH'y lialm t.lu .
kuov. n remedy for these ills.
Jit Your Drusslit't
If he doesn't B(U It. send us
J 1. 00 and his niune. nnd wo will
express you a bot'.'e, clmrin 3
prepaid. Write for booklet,
Tlit D. J. H. VclElN VirClCINE CO.
St. LOylS. M-J.
AGKNT3 WAN Till.
I am in need of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as aent far the sale of nursery
stock. Previous experience not essential.
Live, active men can earn iood wanes.
For terms address, Riving full name,
and reference, W. Y. 0. CJ It A NT,
MILLET ST.EI) FOR I ALE.
Tennessee German Millet, 85 cents per
bushel ; recleaned.l.OO ; delivered freeat
VjOX Station or Trotter'a Landing, Tenn.
Stitrall&J'otts at Camden can furnish you
at $1.10 a bushel. 11. A. McCiiaky,
LET IIS UKLI" YOU FIND A I1UMK IX
Along the Cotton Uelt Route, where
land can be bought for !f2, $11, $5 an acre
up cut-over timber lands that affords
good range for live stock; rich .bottom,
lands for corn, wheat oats, cotton; up
lands for fruits and vegetablespeaches,
pears, plums, strawberries, tomatoes. io-
i uii.il nn i.iiu on. imu i ii i ii t trrw w i miir
kets at fancy prices in the north on ac O
count of excellent qualities and marketing '
ahead of other sections. A land where
living, is cheap lumber at if 7 to -$S per
thousand, fuel for the cutting, range for
the stock nearly the year round, garden
truck for the table from .March to Decem
ber. The farmer who pays high rent in.
the North, or tills worn out soil in the
East, is missing some of the best thing?
of life- by not securing a home in tb.
Write for copies of out; "Homes in the
Southwest," "Glimpses of Southeast Mis
souri,- Arkansas aim Portliwest Ijquisi
ana," "Through Texas With a Camera,"
"Fortunes in Growing Fruits and Vege
tables," "List of Real Estate Agents
Along the Cotton Belt," "Developing tin,.
St. Francis Country," "Tho DiversiCer,'!
a fruit and truck growers' journal. IJ
Un first and third Tuesdays of ManlT,
and April the Cotton Belt Route will sell
one-way tickets from St. Louis, Thebes,
Cairo and Memphis, to points in Arkan
sas, Louisiana and Texas, at half the one
way rate plus $2, or round trip tickets at
one fare for the round trip plus $2.:
b or full information; address
General Passenger ,
iniioii, HuuieuM t
E. W. LaHeaume,
iger and Ticket Agemt.j
St. Louis, jt;
TI'E BEHT ALL AROUND FAMILY
An Exponent of Applied Christianity.
Independent in 1'olitlcg.
nas someming oi interest ior every r.teiujrtr
of the household.
Farm and Garden Department.
Spirit of the Press,. IHe.
ONLY ONE DOLLAK A YEAH.
The Witness and The Camden Ciikojclk
combined, only Si. 25 a year. fj
El). T. SEAY.
Speaker of the Senate.
L. I). TYSON,
Speaker of the House of Kepresentatives.
Approved March '.T, I'.hi::.
JAMES B. FRAZ1EK,
Attest: JNO. W. MORTON,
Secretary ot State.
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Hel!iuu9 in Character.
No news; no Politics. Stories, I'oeikvy, Sun-,
day School Lesson, Christian Enden y and ,
Epworth Leauue lopies, Mothers' Sal-" 4 A!-,
ternoon with the Children, ami Misei" "vu
ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YEAR.
The Said ath Reading and TilE CuiiOMCLH
combined, only si.wa year.
The Witness, Sabbath Reading and THE :
CHRONICLE combined. a Je-ii V
These three papers combined aaiorcfl oral
FOR SALE A good second hand Cornet; in
strument as good as new. Will sell for half its
cost. Apply tod. V. TRAVIS, Camden, Tenn.
Till: CIIKONICI.K will be mailcJl to auy
ad-Jr-jas for 1.0() per ye.r.
WANTED A trustworthy ecntleman orladv
in each county to manure business for an old es
tablished house ol solid tinaueial staudill;'. A
straight, bona tide w eekly salary of S S.s.oo iaul by
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