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VV. M. Johnson ainit J. V. AUtun. In 1 .1 ; ll' ll il I. , ,,f t! ), I'. i.t..- ' I ii, lll- 1 t rv r 'Hit in li e i :ir,f A! I !., H', itl j n'.. 1 1 Mr ( ( tin III ('..I . I.. ' I W. M J,.,u-,,t( . .1. W. lire in Li M' ;',M il lli.it I i.l la' I'Utny III Iron! t, tin- ca-t mrt-In .li in C.iii.'li'tu T si tu', "mc, nil Saturday, May 25, 1895, to t!n-1. in! ,,.,.) ),;,.!. r !).. f .:!.. inu tl.-rrii.nl luii'l: I.yii: in J.-nti.ii C' MHil V, YlIIH'ii', In lliliili'- (.11 ;l ViU H VWiIttOlM, Hill I . .1 Tl! , n I lie ll.!ik I.irtN'ini (.'n-r!. !!;( r li"i!'ii':f I ri.rrn-r ll.urN I ii. i! - linn hiiit'li l;i III II lie!. I ; 1 l.i li c.i .t I i.Iim t. n J". I' at. ii.'i'f ii li ..:1.' ; 1 1 .ciii ' M'U.ll -1 . I Miles tun IriixtiiilK, I 111! 1 1 III' i till ? I I . . i . i . i . . . . . - imiKiiini lllllil i;ii:h: nielli'!; t"lM .., I ulcH u:i vtake u!'i 1 1. . !..,,k ji.iiiileri, the rturtliWiM en liter .i . ,. mihiIi'h 1.11,1 tlieli.-e lu l l!. '.''I ..!es ti. tile f-'.liih ImiIHhI is r v Inn t. mi entry in t' c nann i f I' -cl Mit!ni; (I.imici- Mil I'l li M to a 'akc wr.li "hln:lk Juiil'.ters ; I'l.'n"' t -1 IS lm!etf t t r H ' . i 1 1 1 ; W I !-1 ( with tho rait. e .1 HIT fv.M.I ,.,,(. ll lit'lli'l ilsi.llSJ iH.li-H ii.. rib in Ilii '.rei'K, tlii i.ei mi i.l cr, ek bunk s lib i!M llletlli'ier." r.S derr'-t llieliec f-i nit ! i t.'J J..;:r.-e.; Ml'St l. pl.l.'M V t"t HI Itules thelii'it hunth ."1 tie llleiii t hulllll l"' . '1 tlii';ii- '.i'i'Ii (i'i ii them-.- :, rli l , !!." !; .1'. ry nri ik.!. -. A U i ..lie lees 1 pules rees v.et-t I.") pi. U s l rev e"! L'L' pnl. c . ;tv..t I.l1., lull',-; 1 i i.iiii; 7:' a. "J an .llier iriirl mhii :us the Sli-all Intnl. to h ttiMv a in '..'Hunt iti favor dl the roiiipl.iiiiant lor tin' mini i.l ? Ii'.'.i.'.i:,' mi l ('. ' ! o! ll.i-i "iuim. 1 i:UM'i dl' U.K. rniil l.'illi! M ill Pi! en a rtedit of ; months, tree from tin v jtnty i.l inlt mr.tiuii. I he puiehaser will be reiiuireil to vivo approvi'il mruritv, an.l it lien will l.e retaineil noun the haul land for the payment of naive. This .April LH, in'.i.I, I), (i. IIUDSOX, LM-1 ' Clerk ami Master SALE OF LAND. J. L. Hudson ct uls. vk. George N. Do land tl nls. Iu the County Court of J.enton County, Irnupssee. On Mondnv the (Hh Jay of May, next at tlio east door of the com t-house at Camden, Teunosseo, I will sell to tho highest bidder the 40 aere tract of lam of wliiih Erai-tus Doland died, seized and possessed, lying in tho twelfth civil di.s triet of JJenton Countv, Tennessee, nuC about lj miles north of (iariield. The Biiid laud will be sold under deereo in the above styled oauso subject to the home Btead ind dowev rights 0f V. I?, rhillins who was tho widow of the snid Eraslus Doland, deceased, and for tho purpose of paying debts against the estate of the said decedent, on the following terms Twenty per cent, cash and the remain der in two eijual installments, payable respectively at six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to exe cuto notes with good, personal security for the deferred payments, and for fur ther security a lien is by decree retained on the land until deferred payments arc fully made. I he land will be more fully described on day of sale. This April 0, 181)5. O. li. QUEER, Clerk JoeE. Hawkins, sol. for conplainants '21-4 SALE NOTICE. On the IStli day of May, S!V5, at the rafit door of the court-house in Camden ' Tennessee, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, lor cash, the undivid ed and half interest in the lands of which fcj. D. II. Vi bitfield died, seized and pos sessed of, and now belongs to J. M. and J. II. Whitfield and to be sold as their property to pav debts as set out in trus deed of "which you are referred to llegis tor's Oflice, IJenton County, Tennessee, Book E E, pages 5r: and 254. This land is located in the first civil disti ict of Ben ton County, Tennessee, on the Tennessee Eiver, and consists of seven hundred and (750) fifty acres in the whole tract, arid to bo sold subject to the widow's home stead and dower right. This April 22, 1SD5. A. C. McKAK, 2.",-4 Trustee. Willi sell tickets at ONE FARE fop the ROUND TRIP and return, from points within itto miles of Metimtiis TO ITI Mi 11 on Alav 11 to . inclusive, lioiu points over loo miles, as far as Jackson, Miss., inclusive, May ID to i;i inclusive, account o tiie Inter-State Drill and Encampment At Memphis, May it to 21. A grand occasion which you can nol alVoiil to miss. Tickets poou to return until Mav Tickets of Illinois Cen trul Jiailroa-I ticket, agents. F. ll. j'.owes. Assist ant (ieneral Passenger Aent, Mew Orleans. 1J t CF.( Hi, IS TME BE3T. HL NO SQUEAKINCu .i?ais And ether apeclaltlos for Centloruca, Ladles, Boya f . at :; &cd Misses are tho t ,) Pnct in fKn V.rnPf4 Sro doBcrtptlvo advertise rocnt which appears In this paper. Ta.'e no Substitute. ' Insist on having V. L. DOrCiLAS' gUOES. . with name and prloe ' ' stamped on bottom. Bold by J. W. BATEMAN, Camden. W. F. HARRISON, Holladay. Illinois geolpal jj. 1. ne. i nil in 15! r ft ' ""'To! f ROM SUGAIl 7 ULL. pe. -I ll I'.'l I" ..'ll'l' In Mr. (ii nn;e Kirk left ttiwn i 1 Ut tie lay. llf-v. Mr. llfi'tMui il. li vi re. Hit i - 1 II f l l 1 I . ill' MTllliill lO H l.'U i iun ii- lice Su! ttiilny '' n'mu', MX. li. 1. rssnll 1-4 lu Hi lM .1 til.- roiiL-ioruenuei! heaii trutibii 1 1 1 .A 11 Am ml to in it u th. clifiii''. Mr. J.T. Terry, tho "clmniiin hcmi," h Htill at li'iino. Sorry t.i ity, lii jHickef-lMMik lias not yet htii f.Miiid. Mr. Y II. C'obli' Inn rt'liiriiiil from Jlioktiiun County, wlioio In- oxpirteil to 1'iiL'no in k-II it:;; fruit trii-s. 31 r. ( o!)h' ih a liusthT, Mini no (Inula will Mioornl. Mis .r :inio Wosmiii luirf .roni' to Ji aiir.i It.', vIuto i-lio will tnko tin school for h n riixl of five months. Mirs Jmnii' i i highly nccotiipli.'-lKMl nml well jiroparoil to tench whool,. tunl to (limit In r i il'ort.H will provo ii hiicccss. Sho wn.s ficrompiMiied hy several from this place, w ho ex poet to enter whool nml reniniu un til its close. We ici'.ret very iiiueli !o say our friend, .John Walker (tin seven- leen-vear-olil boy), who was struck by a billet of wood by Prof. W. P. Atnerson while in school at this place, has returned to his home near Jeaniietle. John has nlways lieen a trood nnd oliedient bov to his par ents, and especially in school, nnd has tuner been known to have any trouble prior to this time, not even a short word wilh his playmates. lie is to bo admired for Ins civility. IJeneath his smile lurks no de;j;rad iiig passion; within his heart there slumbers no fjjuilo; he is not exalted in moral pride, nor elated in his own views, but honest, moral and virtuous beforo the world; always upright, kind nnd eym pathetic; al ways attached to just principles nnd actuated by the same, he is always governed by tho highest motives in doin: good. There nro many per sons to whom wo do not need to tell this truth, for ns soon as they only think of having been olfended or that somebody has done them a wrong, they ily olt like gunpowder. Solomon wisely said: "He that is slow to wrath 13 of great under standing, but he that is hasty of spirit exerteth folly." Our advice is, keep cool under all circumstan ces if possible. Much may bo ef fected by cultivation. v e should learn to command our feelings nnd act prudently in all ordinary con cerns of life. This will better pre pare us to meet sudden emergen cies with calmness and fortitude If we permit our feelings to become ruffled and disconcerned over small matters we will be thrown into a whirlwind when larger and more serious events overtake us. Our best antidote is is implicit eonfi deuce in God. Sugap. Tkee, April 21). . to Tin: constaiili:s. The law says ' for the trustee to draw oif nnd deliver the delinquent taxes to constables on Tuesday alt er the first Monday in February, or ns soon thereafter as practicable, The legislature put this off until April for this year only. Conse quently I prepared them for the constables soon after the first of xVpril, but some have been slow to call for their books. Now, I sup pose tho officers are nearly all at work collecting delinquent taxes. The law says that the trustee may still collect by collecting the con stable s cost also. Section Gi, on pages 53 and 54 of supplement to tho code, is as toltows: That as compensation for liis services each con stable or deputy sliail be entitled to a fee of SO cents when levy is made ami is collected, or '!X waits when after levy is made he is legally pre vented from colleetitiff. or no lew is made to br collected from each delinquent tax-payer and to i per centum commission on the amount by him collected to lie paid hy the tax-payer. When lite constable collects lie slut!! give a receipt and re turn iiduplieale which is to be returned wit h the delinquent list anil the list so returned with du plicate receipts sh a: I be tiled in the trustee's of nee. Atier nivinf? tin; ueiinqtient list to Ihe (ton stable the trustee may collect and receipt for any such faxes as may be Included therein; provided, however, he shall also collect the constable's fees and all cost and commissions and pay tho same over in me proper consiaoie. The above section is quoted in full, and another section of the same act says: That the constables and deputies shall collect and pay over the taxes on tho delinquent list spei ineu,i)r inane due return as required by law in case of executions by the first Monday tn June. On their failure to do so they shall lie liable by iiiutiou ou iiiuti uoiui. D. J. Allen,, County Trustee. FAIR WARNING, The premises of my old home place in Camdeu, lenn., are posted, ami who ever trespasses thereon will be given the lull penalty oi the law. Mas. Maev Yaeeeougu, CamJi, April 23, 1805. 1111 11.1 inoin 1 i Mint, i:li.umii W .11 v It tt . li, !.. u nn V.i i; mi. I 11 Hi I In- r . I I . i l I I .! I ll.n-i"ii. I. i.i . li ..ill .! .!."(. .-Il l! . l.ll -..tn' 1 1 ..1 I Mil., .1 1 1 lit .. H i- I nit . -I I 1 -.1. 1 1 I." ' '11 1. 11 1 1 ...... 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"Kverv stilt Id lt.it two shirt." A public ques tion mav have maltv Miles. To read one paper Is to tret I. nt one tide one mail t v lew. To lead a hall doi n impel t it tlill to p t onlv hall a ilneu men's view t and opmiont. In onler to p t 1 1 . eiieral drift ol public sentiment. It It nerr nry ilber to read a invat niiiiibriof pairi'tand niac:- iinet -innie than the averaue man can take nine to read, even il be can cet aeeestlo tliein- 01 it m nt ttiirv to read a iniinial that makes it lit but iness to roll. -el and condense and tiuniiiat ie the Views (omul ill all these papers and mapiines. Such a join nal it Public opinion, toi'ini'i ly puli llthed at W a-iiiiiL'lott, but teeenlly remmcd to New York City. W i tie (or a tampl py.nrrall it this olllre (or tiiforinatioii and tperial rlnb rate if taken in connection with Tiik t inm.Mi'i.i.'.. TO FLORIDA IN A III KKV. That itthewav von co on the (anions "Dixie l'lyer" train, which carries elepitit vestiluileil sleeiincui'S tin oiiuli from Nashville to Jackson ville. I la., by ChaiUinoona, Lookout Mi.tintain, Kenrtaw .Mountain, Atlanla Macon and lilton, Iravinir Nashville 7 urn a. in. daily, takinu up direct connection in I'nlon liepot, Nasliville, w il Ii nii;lit trains from Western 1 cut nek v and West l eiines see. In addition, the "(Quickstep" sleeper leaves St. Louis daily 7 :-'i a.m. and ruii.sto.lacksnnv ille, ITa., over same route without chanp'. I.y this route von nass throtiuh the largest cilies, L'lanil est mountain scenery, more points of historical interett.than bvany othftr line leadini: to ITorida ind the Southeast, r.ertlis seciited through in ulvaiice unon aniilication. Call on or w rite to W 11. Johnson. Ticket AL'ent. Johnsonville, lenn.. or V. I,. Danlev, (lenet al rassenp r and lu ket Agent, .Nashville, Teiin. FINAL WAKNING My premises are posted, and whoever tresttasses on same will bo giveu the full penalty of tho law. li. Ji. TEAV1S. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta. AVben sho was a Child, she criod for Castoria. Vhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Cautorla. The proposed no-fence law would be a good thing, if our people were ready for it. Jiut unfortunately a large per centf of those who till tho soil do not own it, and this class would have no means of preparing pasture for their stock and its a doubtful question whether this class will ever bo in a better condition This is one view of it, while we have on the other side tho fact staring us in the face that the rails used to fence in our lands are worth more at 50 cents per hundred than the lands themselves. The Lexington Progress. There are sixteen million voters in this country, five million of whom voted, the Republican ticket at tho last, election, five million stayed at home and six million voted the oth er tickets. The Republican parly goes in with less than a third of tho peoplo indorsing it. The eleven million will be heard from next year. Nashville Post. .Debate on the gubernatorial con test opened "Wednesday before the general assembly. Ihe joint con vention of both houses decided to hear argument by a vote of GG to G3 John J. Vertrees opened for Gov. ernor Turney. Night sessions are being held, and will probably con tmue until adjournment. It you can not eucourage your home paper by giving it your sup port, please don t annoy your neigh bor borrowing his. Hollow Iiok limes. Pure, fresh cider always on tap at Claud Hudson a MISCELLANEOUS AfJVl tMi::iNG. "AiIwiHtii irlll 1 ll.l. I I'.'l llinl. IM.-ll Iht.-I tin II 11 111 . 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A pei lift in. me new-paper, euiit.iiirni: tillable lhl'ii iii.iMuii to I i im,. 1 1. lie tnlet li:n imt liiitnbrr ut tiiei lal riirii'-tiiiiiilelitt, Ihe V.rrl, iinner It il liienilier of the Ats.iriiitnl 'ivt-. lii.-e Hew t ter ire roeis the w hole wm Id. The i.nlv itulriienilritt l..i.er now liiil.ll-hed ll Nashville. Head the l'.at.iier and Ni.nt lioiu.' p it. -r. Oalv il.oi a ear. SuliteriplioiiK Taken At Thin Oilier. FOR THE LADIES! E!!T PAPER PATTERNS. The Hi-public supplies Its lady readers w itli cut paper pattn its of an kinds (or ladies, pi It hoys and men. All of seasonable pmnents, ol the lat est styles, and at a cost ol ONLY ioc KACII. I'lsewhere they cost from '-'" to H cents. 1 leMpis nf new iiariiients are published every week in 1 be IJeptiblic with an order blank lor the patterns. I InuivaiKls o! jailtrs III every Slate liave ptir liased these patterns during the past year and never a complaint. I hey ate invaluable and you can save on tnrse pattet ns alone eveiy year inanv times the price ol Hie paper. Mitiseribe at once lor ThsTwics-a-Week Republic ON'I.V St.OO A YKAIU The "twire-a-week" will be sent free for one year to any person sendi tin, before March 1, a club id three new yearly subscribers, w ith .l to pay (or the .same. If you want a package of Sample Copies write (or tliein. Address all orders The llepublic, St. l.nuis .Mo. What is ,f s ki i v -r- i Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is so well adapted to children that 1 recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The use of 'Castoria' itf so universal and itfl merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria Within easy reach." Carlos Martyr, D. D., New York City. Tub Centaur Aiiiiiiiitnnffliiimmniiinimmn E Will cure almost any ill to which I 111. -"Ji, . i i- ' V E diseases of long standing. Equally good for all live stock. Sold everywhere, p! I THE WEBB PIANUFACTURING CO., Nashville, Tenn. BlIUIIIHIUIHIIIH'llllllll'IH'!""?'""" lllllimiHllllllllllllllllilSll!ll!llllllilllHlini!ll!l!!linlim!l!H!!!!i!mi!linni7a I VIS oo: Health means so much mon tVii n llWVIl , 1 I you imagine serious anu .H.ital diseases result from j' trilling ailments neglected. f Don't play with Nature's j greatest gift health. II you rM"r lilie .. M ul nofts, wrak nml Kcneiilly c- jrown'5 ion fitters li.nrjlir I, lii-tvout, have no appetite mil ran '1 work, If Kin l mire l.ik ltK tlir nn".t ich.i-, Lie mcili l,t Irrs. lit'! ci. men lrom llir J vrry nrsi itosr- ii , It 'in. and i t ' 1 it t.J tuke. , 5 1 pleasant - It Cures Dyspepsia, KUncy an4 Liver ; ,,' Neuralgia, Troubles, '? Constipation, Cad BlooJ i jf Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. I Cet only the Renuine il has crossed red 4 j lines on the wr.i,.p r. All others are sub- stitulrs. In recruit nf two 2r. stamps we ? will send set ol Ten Brautittil World' " l air Views ami look tree. jf BROWN CHCMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. CAVEATS JRM ti&f CAS I OBTAIN A PATENT For prompt answer and an lionect opinion, write to T1 1 N N V ( ., who have had nearly li ft y years experienre In the patent busmen. Coinmunir. timm tirirtly coiillilrntinl. A llandhnok of ln f.irninltnn conreniinx I'atenm and bow to ob tain tliein rent free. Also a catalogue Of median leal anil aelnntltlo books pent free. I'atento taken throiu'li Miinn ft Co. rncelva ppi'Oi.il notioelntho Srientilic Amcrienn. and thug are brotmht wlilely before the puhlie with out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper, indued weekly, elCKunt ly illnHtrated. ban by far the lartrrht rirruhitiou of any acientitlc work la Uio world. a year. Bnniplo conies sent free. iltiildirig Kilition, monthly, I. .00 a year, bincla copies, 'i.t centa. l-lvery nuuiher containa beau tiful plates. In colors, nnd l.lioloifraiibg of new holism, with pinna, enabling iiuihlers to show tha Intent dentins aud seeurecontraets. Addrens MUMN & C'O Haw VOHK, 3 til BuoAliWAT. Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, IJiarrhaja, Kruetation, Kills "Worms, gives nlix;p, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I havo recommended your 'Castoria,' and shall always continuo to do so as it lias invariably produced beneficial results." 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