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THE TAX AGCftECATl. it.li Itunril .(ii.tllfxil..!! lUlar A . iiiri.t lit 4:1 tiiitli. Tl. j t t li.iw t!,,- . Ijiu . . -ft, r , f a .1. ..1 i aiii y n it,,-i ,, fM Su tu-j ivi is in Jii.lJ (h. ci.ni.li.-H in t,.. M.ito, I. lit Hi.- in. ia- l ri III." iih M IVlii' IU u JI.iV lii. tMii;, n.l intuit"!.' that th, y i .in r-tai.J it. Tlio t'i. ii,j.. ants n- l.ri';t'i..i' i f t!,. a. H n tf tin1 In mill in mi -.in;' tin' t.u mi ij.it.i i Kloiti.l l.y tli.' 11 -i.si r i:i f.ntV' tliicc of t!m i.iiu ty t ix count ii'H of Hit' JStute. Till' ;!!;( "-t il, r.'il'-cs file ill tin' rouiitii'H of I'.l. ,1,0.' mill Cnu k tt, whrit' the Vonnl r:ii -i .1 the lijMircc of tin coun ty HvM'hsort 1.) j. r ci tit. Tlu to is it in pi r cent. rnisi i;i 'i.'litrv.i couiiti.'s, un.l u ruin, (if ' j r iit. ia tu ciity-t'n i roUhticv. 'l'lic lu'liou ( f tl..' ln.ar.l lia untui :tl I y r:ii 1 a st-nu -v -ry win re, l.tit it in sufo to ray th.it tin ta i aycr will liave to lu iiij; nic i!,i;;lity hriti;j argu ment (if f.U'li l.ef,.!C till' I'OIUil to pt them to com.. .In -a n. Tint t.ital incn us.. in t!u foily-tlir. counties referred to is !".i, i:v.l,Nl5. 'He tax are .tes for tlm ninety-six coun ties in 1S;U iuiiounte.1 to :;r.,SJ-J,l(.'7. Tlic ufrsrepit. for ls;i.", us n j.orte.l to tho lioanl finni the various countieH, U f.';il,4'.l7, ,".'!(), u (le.-ve.i -.it from the i..ivvi feus year of U'.IIT. in Henry County the loanl raist .1 the assessment 5 j.er cent., mul the Paris I'ost-Intelligeiicersay.s : "A letter from the t 'nuuli.iug 1 oai'il to JuuV'e Ilmlson fttates that in tho dj inioii (,f the l.oar.I our t.roiuity in Henry County liaslieen iishcsseil too low, a:ul without coining to neo aliont it they have increaseil the tax 5 per cent. We am well acquainted with two members of the board und believe them to bo honest and competent men, and ihoy litivo taken this action because tlioy thought it riurlit. I'.ut thev were never here, and could not bavo acted advisedly. They wrote to .Iuil;;e Utid wni and other gentlemen asking their opinion, but in every instance were told tbat tho assessment was high enough, and wo think tho action of tho board, therefore, is wholly unwarranted. If there is any way to get these gentlemen to como here and kco lor themselves we hope it will be done. Our people are iu iio condition to assume so heavy a burden unless the fact in the case re quire it." to tiik i'i;mti;n"i iaky. K. F. Truslow, of lIuntiiij;loii, Sent up to Hon tho Convict's Stripe. Carroll County Democrat.' II. F. Truslow was carried to tho peni tentiary last Tuesday morning by Sheriff S. J. Chambers. Ho goes for a term of thfoe years for taking and dispositig of the Johnson United States bonds. The ease for receiving money on deposit, knowing the bank to be insolvent, was dismissed at the recent term of court, or rather the court instructed the jury to render a verdict of not guilty and he will receive no further prosecution along this line. He goes to the pen for three years, but will get over four months good time and by proper conduct may get more. This is a very sad conclusion of what might have been a useful aud prosperous career, but an avaricious desire to accu mulate wealth aud a deficiency in the principle of honesty brought ruin in stead. It ia best to always be honest. Mr. Truslow, wo understand, is to have the job of bill clerk in the saddlery and harness department of the main prison. This is the job held by J. Clay Johnson while he was in the penitentiary. Trus low had Johnson sent to the penitentia ry, and Johnson said Truslow would live to wear the stripes.' The prediction was a true one, and Truslow now holds John son's job. Consumption Can bo Cured By the use of Shiloh's cure. This great cough cure is the only known remedy for that terrible disease. For sale by J. G. Tresson. AN EXAGGERATION CLAIMED. G. Wt Nowlin Says the Disease Among the Cattle is not Anthrax. The following letter from George W. Nowlin, of McKenzie, appeared in the Nashville American September 11: "I noticed in your paper somo time since an interviow with Dr. Ibaycn, the Stale veterinarian, in which our town is represented as having lost sixty-five head of horses and cows from a disease known as anthrax. Now, the facts are that we have lost only fifteen head in or near the vicinity of McKenzie, and only four head of horses. This includes all that have died of any disease, and nearly all the horses have died of other causes than anthrax. If anthrax means ulcer, as medical works say, neither of these cows h lV- d e l frol.l U'i'Lr.U, for lli.ro h.i"! not 1m n nn nh' r xl.il. il.-l in u mu;;1. I'.l' .'. 'I heir hpb" !; 1..1VH In fi.IMO I'll 1 it;'. ,l. a i ht.ited it: 1 1 1. :. c f.'Vi r, but iih it b.-il a:. rax. 1 believe there an. .HtlUV lell .l dOlil 111 eur low !i W HI n- l. e it. unliir.ix. The ( .,'x r.tii!i, to viy ti e b a t of it, h is ilieu' out tow I, a m i 10 iiij iry, and J ask that you cornvt tho ht.it. im lit." HKIM WI.V. l:', '..r cut. I'limli in . -.J W. If. Ill ks is e. .Ji vale"' ill'; (nm his r. ri nt ilhic'-s. K bt rt .b.n.'S i reported on the list sirk this week. b. II. Merrill has been somewhat iu !ii o.'t this week. Mrs. I'll i ma 11 irks has jilie to visit her f.ii'nT i,:r Ma.-l, Ky, (ir.iy l'uii'iia is ( lu'a. d in electing u new biiil.iin near W'y !y. I'.Vetyl.o'1)' is l,sy aiil tliete'is no tune for i. !lrii."-s jn this nei k-o'-the-wooiN. VV, p. Hiiillin eoiii!ainH.i the necessity of r. sei !ih' to a pliVsi. iaii'ri pn-cripii'iti. A little child .f 'Mr. T. A. Uu-hii, ' i. . r.v sick of fever, hut wo lmpo it will not pr.ve serious. Your ciinespondent ilttell.led Sund.iy Si hool, which is Mill ill progress, rt the llari.es School-house, where we ha I the pleasure of mi et infinite a number of tho t'ooil ie. .le uf Cuba Sumhiv. We inih) a Id that wo visit tt. I our father near Maze !, Ky., last week, whom we fmind in very teehlo health, but able to Kit up u portion of his time. Mo talked freely of the crii ical con.litions, but It Ktroni: in the faith of the Master and his bright pro.-perts in tho (ireat r.ey.nid. Mo was baptised in the Christian Church August 15, and pays his only regret is that ho w as tu ' baptised twelve years ago. Wvi.Y, September 10. Cupliiln Sweeney, I'. S. A., San Miegii, Cab, says: "Shiloh's catanh remedy is the tirst medicine I have ever found that would dome any good." Price o() cents. Tor sale bv J. C. l'resson. FROM ILATWOODS Kepular cerresiMinilciire. I C. ('. Arnold is reported fomewhat in disposed this week. A. A. Colo is suffering from a severe attack of toothache. The fanners of this community havt about finished saving the hay crop. Kev. A. C. Mdtae delivered an inter esting discourse to an appreciative audi ence here Sunday. The people met nt the Chestnut Hill School-house Sunday evening to engage in prayer services, and to decide on Inn ing a protracted meeting at that place in the near future. The debating society recently organized at F arrars School-house, met Saturday night and discussed the question, "Ue solyed, That Christopher Columbus de serves more honor for discovering Amer ica than George Washington for defend ing it." T. Witt Cull' led the discussion for the affirmative, and M. K. Byrn for the negative. The judges decided for the affirmative. The question selected for discussion at the next meeting of the so ciety is "Kesolved, That war has been a greater evil or more destructive than in toxicating drinks." V. II. Holland was appointed, for the affirmative, and Jack Akers for tho negative. Fi. atwooiis, September 10. Nerves on Edge. I was nervous, tired, irritable and cross Karl's clover root tea has made me well and happy. Airs. E. B. Worden. For eale by J. G. Presson. ST. LOUIS FALL FESTIVITIES. The St. Louis Exposition opens Sep tern her 4, and will continue forty days The first week m October will be "Fair Week," with parades of "Veiled Proph ets," "Funny Fellows," etc. For the benefit of tho Tennessee Tdver peopl commencing September 1 and until No vember 1, we will make rate of $10 each for the round trip, from any landing on Tennessee River between Riverton, Ala. and Prducah, Ky., to St. Louis and re turn including meals and berth while en route, with the privilege of remaining on board bout while in St. Louis. John E. Massesgale, Traffic Manager TO FLORIDA IN A UCRRY. That Is tlie way you go on tho famous "Dixie Flyer" train, which carries elegant vestihuleu sleepingoar.s through from Nashville to Jackson ville, Kla. by Chattanooga, Lookout. Mountain Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta Macou and Tifton leaving Nashville 7 ::50 a. in. daily, taking up direct connection in Union Depot, Nashville, with night traius from Western Kentucky and West Tennes see. In addition, the "Quickstep" sleeper leaves St. Louis daily 7 :''0 a.m. and runs to Jacksonville, Kla., over same route without change. By this route you puss through tho largest cities, grand est mountain scenery, more points of historical Interest, l hau by any other line leading to Florida and the Southeast, llerths secured through -o advance upon application, ('all on or write to W. II. .Johnson, Ticket Agent, Johusonville, Tenn., or W. L. Danley, Centra! i'assengcr and Ticket Asent, Nashville, Teun. MAD MOD AT LtXINGTON. A n Attempt tu I fiirlt (ha rgr tUpUta, Karl Won I iillt-r mi. I t rank Sliiipaun. A !.exin. tl t'i'ct ul . f We liies'l,!', to the Nil hvi le .'iiie riinii nays: l.exiiij'Ioti j ul w as att .i k.'d li ." is it l,it n'ght bv an iid ui.ite 1 iu..b of men h i k in Li Ivui t Murrisoti I u :!-r r-ud l'r.n.k Silllpsoll, the li er.il'S who Were Hoilit.-d uny to Hunting.) m, and from theio to Na'-livid.' H. tr.d Week Hg , by Sheriff W.i: )Li!l. 'i ti i 4 make the fourth in elh. tu:d attempt rt breaking tho jail and I vih hiug tlie men, who are imprisoned charged with the roiiimisMiin of rape on two It spot table while ladies in the sixth district of this county, I'litil hist week they w ere kept at Na-li-Ville. but were brought here lor trial, and have been here much that time, guarded by Sin-rill" Abill and themselves, for tint hln iiff h.H asi-wred them both und in still, ted them that thev have a riu'ht to protect themselves. I. list night a crowd, composed of nearly two bundled men, mart lie.) lo the jail, In. ike in with sledge hammers t!:"V bad taken from the blacksmith shop of H. 1". Uiiey, and then tried to get to tho cage ia which the neirroes were confined. Jn tint id tempt a young man by the n;Hue of .ffiyiser w as shot, in tho left arm, anil a young fanner by tho name of Hugh Crook was shot, probably fatally. The report oinos from his home, 10 miles west of here, that he is dead, but it is not credit- 1. Another man by the name of Jones w as also wounded. All were members of tint lynching party. Deputy Sheriff'!'. C. Snider was pretty roughly used, and narrowly missed being killed by the crowd. Excitement U very high bore and all over the county. Thev are expected hack to-night to bum the jail or blow it up. They sworu thev will have their men. Mr. Ciook, the man shot is a brother of Hon. (i. L. U. Crook, the senatorial aspirant from this district, who opposed Senator A. W. Stovall in the last cam paign, and the settlement of whose polit ical diflerences with Senator Stovall at tracted the attention of the State at that time. To avoid the vengeance of the people of the community in which the atrocious crime was committed, the two negroes were placed in the Camden jail Wednes day until further arrangements are mad A Great German Remedy. Diseased blood, constipation and kid ney, liver and bowel troubles are cured by Karl's clover root tea. For sale by J. G, l'resson. Weekly Weather-Crop Bulletin. Generally hot and dry weather prey ailed during the past week, but scattered rains fell, principally in the central portion of the State. In the other portions little or no rain is reported. Where the rain fell the effect was very beneficial, especially in keeping the ground in good condition for plowing, which has progressed favor ably, enabling farmers to continue the work of seeding wheat, winter oats and other winter grains. The rains were also beneficial in maintaining the growth of late unmatured crops. m Fills Do Not Cure. Tills do not cure constipation. They only aggravate. Karl's clover root tea givos perfect regularity of the bowels. For sale by J. G. l'resson. When Baby wu eick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. CLAUDE HUDSON, JJEADQUAUTEKS FOR Floor, Meal, Canned Fruits. TOBACCO and CIGARS, Apples, Oranges, Coffee, Sugar, Etc FRESH CIDER A SPECIALTY. Hard Time Prices on Everything St. Louis S Tennessee giver PACKET COMPANY. i en ;ns:-ri'l en eiTY OF SIIKFFIFLI). 6TKAMK.KS 1 Y OK 1'ADUOAil. J1TY OF SAVANNAH. ONK of these elegant steamers leave St. Louis every Wednesday and Saturday for all points on I ho Mississimit Kiver to Cairo, Ohio lliver to Vaducah, and i ennessee Uiver to Florence, tak ing freight and passengers for all points on the Ohio to l'iitsimrgli, and on the Cumberland to Nashville. Through bills of lading, prompt serv ice, and low nitcs.' JOUN E. MASS EN CI A I.K, Tralllc Manager, Wharf-boat foot of Olive street. ST. LOUIS. -WOne of these steamers arrlvo at Johnson. Tille every Tuesday aud Friday. Tint CnuoMCLK and Twice--Week St. Louis Republic 51 .75 cents per year. TAX SALE. P.v virtue of the p iwi r vct.-d in vm bv Chapter 1- e ! "I v', Ad "f ' ' I'M --' II I. . I I. lines , i i, I . I on Moo.! iy, the 7th d.iv of I ..Imt, I vr,, a! tin; t u-t doi.ro! the curt h u hi 'In to li . f C.imd. n, Tcini. "-'!', .'lb r '"I s ie at pt.liiie imterv to Ihe loL'i'-t und be-! l.l.N. r tor cah the lo'liing pnp.'MV III. lit!. .lied and t."eilb.'d b.'l' W for the unpaid taxes and cost' for the year .soj, .No bid Will be received except for the t.ites i,i full and the ,c cumuli. ' ! c '-. 'Ibis September .., P'tiY J. A. ci.km i;nt. I'.iiel; Tax Attorney for J'.eut.m ('o'i!,ty. District N... L' -J. A. Ib.il .v.. ;;, ncret, hound...) on tho north bv 'I ho'ice. on tho south by M. Anlev, mi tli" i-ii t by .S'.inb'll I'll I nil the Wfsl bv M. t'.ed. histrict No. 1' S. b. Ihmkli v beiis. 1 17 liereH, I' Minded oil the Hollo iv No! den, on the smith by Mellon, oil tin' e ot by I labor and on the Wc-t bv N. il dell. 'District No. 'J S. .1. Halo hens, 1 lot in I b.lladav. title m S. A. li d-. Di-tri.'t No..'!, WiImoii X 11. ,t inan, 1 saw-mid. 1 ist net No. 4 intv Pi nk .-ton, .V) acr. s. hounded oil the math by .Noh's, on the homMi by Noles, on the e i ! by Palmer and on the west by Noles. District No. -I John lhiwhind heir, ll.'S acres, bounded on the north by No!.'-, ia u'.h bv Meltnll, on tho ca-r bv Nohv. and on tho west liv Pinkston. J. M. Kow imd owner. I District No. ,r Sett Howard, 1") acres bound.' 1 on tho north by Steele, on tin south by Thompson, on tho east by Haley and on tho west by Suflnders. District No.!) i. W. ,. Akers, 'J tracts, 70 acres, bounded on the north by Pedick, on the sou: h by Scarbro, ou the east by l.owry and on the west bv carbr..; ,'11 acres, bounded on the north bv I.indsey, on the south by Goodin, on tho cart by Wvtm and on the west by Lindscy. District No. Dr. P.oinar's heirs, 100 acres, bounded on the north by 11. h. i,, on the south by Wa it?, on the east by M.i theney and ou the west by P.. & i. District No. 0 Alex Hawks, lot) acres, bounded on the north by Hudson, on tho south by Ihe Tennessee Miver, on the east by Nance and on the w est by Nance. Ti tle in Mrs. 1 lawks. District No. ! J. P. Hampton, -10 acres, bounded on the north by It. & G., on the south by Stone, on the east bv Evans and on the west by 1!. & G. Title in J. 15. Hanu.ton's heirs. District No.y W. 1 . Grithn, 400 acres, bounde 1 on the north by I. & G. on the south by Pruinajier, on the oast by nil liams and on the west br Williams. District No. 9 J. H. Mathonoy, ;0 acres, bounded on the north by Wynn, on the south by Lindsoy.on the east by Land sev and on tho west by Lindsey. District No. 9 V all or Parker, ) acres, bounded on the north by Akers, on the south by Lindsey, on the east by Parker and on the west bv Staimor. District No. t W. M. Robins. 2 tracts 0 acres, bounded on the north by Rob ins, on the south by Gilbert, on the east by Gilbert ami west bv Akers; 8 acres bounded on the north by Brown, on the south by Akers, on the east by Vester and on the west by liobina. District No. 1) A. J. lomlin, 100 acres bounded on the north by Cooper, on Ihe south bv Jones, on the east by Cook aud on the west try Butler, District No. t) A. J. Wynn. 127 acres bounded on the north by Lindsey, on the south by Wynn, on tho east by Lindsey and on the west by Mathoney. District No. 10 I. Anderson heirs, IS acres, bounded on the north by Larrar on the south by Stevens, oritho east by Anderson and on the west by Anderson District No. 12 A. A. l'resson, 50 acres bounded on the north by Vaughn, on the south by Davidson, on the east by Pros Bon and on the west by l'resson. District No. 12 Hagler& Wheeler, 113 acres, bounded on the north by Lipe, on the south by Lole, on tho east by I timer and on the west by uole. District No. 12 W. T. Richardson, 50 acres, bounded on the nortli by Johnson on the south by Cole, on the east by John son and on (tie west by turner. ' District No. 14 S, M. Kirk heirs, ..0 acres, bounded on the north by Mitchell on the south by Douglas, on the east by Cole and on the west by Johnson. District No. 14 T. C. Spence, 110 acres bounded on the north by Mitchell, on the south by Douglas, cm the east by Cole ana on the west bv Johnson. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. W. I). Hale, administrator, etc.. vs. So phronia McKwain, et als. In the County Voiirt ot uonton Uountv at UaiiHlon, Tenn In this cause it appears from affidavit that defendants L. G. Craig and his wife Mattie Craig, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee and reside in the State of Missouri, so that the ordinary process of law can not be served upon t'lu-m. It is therefore ordered that said defendants L. G. Craig and wife, Mattie Craig, enter their appearance in this cause on or be fore the first Monday in October next, be ing tlie 7th day of said month, and plead answer or demur to complainant's bill in this cause in and by which he seeks sale of town lot in llolladay to pay debts due from the estate of Mrs. Is. A. Hale, de ceased, or the allegations in said bill will be taken for confessed and the cause set for hearing cxparte as to them, and that this order tie published tor lour conseeu tive weeks in Tiik Campion LUronicmb, newspaper published in the town of Cam den, Tenn. This the .rd day of September, 1805 G. B. 'GREER. 16-4 Clerk r HI MnAIII cv DENTIST Cast Side Square, CAMDEN, TENN Calls from the country will be promptly attend ed to. .f-Will spend the second week of each month at liig Sandy; oillcc win ue ac i . u. i an ireu s wiuie more. -uu T 1 - i t, roor : U. Jl2itAJl jc means r,o much mo pi than .f vchi imagine serious and' J" fatal diseases result from trinin auaicnis nenccieu. Don't play with Nature's greatest ift'hcalth. If y. u arf frrh V cul til ..'ft we J ril. I I'rnri ally haUHttr I, Hrf veil fi rowns have tin n.miie l ....I L .11111 I.H WIPI., I'H'.it a I .m f i.ik in t hr moil ir iu !'! !rrliMlrtitlii( .....! - I... I. ... f Iron Jk Iinwii It. hi lilt- !M1. A l.'W 1...I. Lr lid Cut'- t rnrtit V . i.nir lt..ii pir vrry drit iln: c- it y itters tsrtk, a 11 .1 111 pleasant lo take. 1 4- r tffc 1 L. VUI i' Kidney and Liver 1 Troubles, Neuralgia, Constipation, Had Wood J Malaria, Nervous ailments j i Wt r.rt only f linn ..11 ll Women's complaints. 4 mity the peiiuinc il h.vi crossed fed ' in the wtapiHT. Aii nthcfH uteuli- S. S blitultnt. On re. 1 1 1 t of two ?. . st-imps p will trml s-t Ten Brautilul W orld' ; I air View and IhmiIc lice. i BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. i i.orisvn i.k . NAsiivii.i.K uvn.aoAu. OFFERS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES to Tiir. 'iiiAVi.i.iNt; rt r.uc Through Cars, in Quick Time, and Sure Connections. SHORT LINE to the NORTHWEST VIA KVANSVlt.U:. Through Sleepers to tlie West via McKenwo. Throiu'li Slecners to llie Soiilh via Monti;iiiiienr. Througli Slrepr-rs to tlie Northeast via. J.ooisvilla KMICRANTS seekimr homes on tbis line ot ttiis road will receive spe.-nil luw rates, i'ormaps. rates, etc., seo anent of this fniiipunv. or ad dress, C. I'. ATM OKI!, deneral l'asseniier Anent. LoL isvii.i.k., Ky. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING. trAdvertisenients Inserted under this bead at 3 cents per line each insertion. ITlOIt SAI.K-A valuable town lot for tuiildine: site. Convenient and desirable. For terms and further information apply at this olliee. Fdlt ItKN'T Two rooms suitable for a. email family; Rood water, and convenient to town und the school : rents reasonable. Aimlv to V,. V. llawley, Camden, Tenn. OU) NKWSI'AI'F.KS for sale at The Ciikon (XK olliceat 25 ctMits ir huiidred. OUR jot) printini; facilities are tlrst-elass, and our specialty is pood work. F.stimates (and samples w here possible) will be furnished on ap plication. Address Tiik Chkomci.k, Camden. Tenn. ITIOR SA I.K Three complete volumes of the Scientific American lluildinfr Kdition for the years wyi 4. Jlere is an excellent opportunity for the mechanic who wants the best architect ural publication in tlie world at a reduced price. Communicate with this oflice. MAGISTRATE'S WARRANTS, Executions, and State Warrants for sale at Tu k Cii uo. u:lk olllce. Other blanks printed to order. Paducah, Tennessee and Alabama and Tennessee Midland Railroads. TIME TABLE NO. 5. MAY 13, 1895. SOUTH HOUND TRAINS. I.v radueah Ly l!enton I.v Murray I.v I'aris I.v Hollow Rock Junction. I.v l-exinnUm Ar.laekson I.v .lackson I.v Somerville Ar Memiihis .' north notr.vD tuainh. I.v Memphis I.v Somervillo Ar Jackson I.v Jackson I.v l,exini:toii I.v Hollow Rock Junction. I.v I'aris I.v Murray.. I.v Kenton Ar l'aducah NO. 1. 7. HO am 8.17 am R.Bii am !).r.2 am 10.40 am 1 1 .r5 am VI. K am li.tt pin 2.45 pm NO. 11. 4. HO pm 5.51 pm 7.15 pm 0.00 pro. NO. 3. 0.10 am 7.43 am 9.25 am NO; 4. 5.30 pm 7 .12 pm t. 05 pill 4.;ki pm NO. 2. 10.20 Hill 12.10 pm 2.13 pm 2.1.'H'm, 3.15 pill 4.54 pill f.,45 pill G.37 pm ".Hi pm 8.00 pin NO. 12. 6.15 am 8.05 am 0.2i; am lo.40am JKKUY"VILLK BRANCH. I.v Lexington 3.40 pmjl.v rerryvillo 0.20 am Ar Terryvibo 5.40 pmAr lx'xinton 11.30 am All trains run daily. On Sundays trains will leave rerryvillo 0.30 am, arriving at Lexington 8.00 am. KeturniiiK will leave loxiutrtou at 7 30 pm, arriving at 1'en vvillo 0. (HI pm. New and popular routo for Memphis, New Or igins, Little Rock, Hot Springs and all points in Arkansas, Texas and l)iiisiaiis,, Nashville t'luit taiiooua, Atlanta and the Southeast, radueah St. Louis, Chicago and all points North, North east and Northwest. For further informal ion and through tickets apply to any ticket ii'ient, or to A. J WELCH, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Memphis, Tenn. SIDNEY L PEELER, Attorney at Law. CAMDEN, TENN. Will rive careful attention to all business en trusted to my care. Collections a specialty. LsTOfflce at the court-house.