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FROM COXDURUH. lit gu'.ar r()rr'iiii!'ii e ) Mix M.iiu I r -. t o( l'avittli Lurid iiiC, wni tn- Ttn-hiv. l..ikirl 'lii'i-!t W,U- lit Jb.U.t.lay J .third, ty mi. I Miinl.iy, J. V.. Cn ' ii 1 this week lis not tu bt able tu iiIUmm! i-itii.l. '1 1 1 young 1 ;n i m re nicii u i;uii!in,r ly Mrx, Kiim.ik uu.U I imr-iLiv. Ci'Iik! hIU r.Iiai U )hiiiHi.,t w lis at l!nk 'irtnii I ii -1 tu-- iMir (!,iv l.i-I wt-ih. Mm. 11. II. ().l!f i:h'h-i-ii VI TV llillrli IimI iHjMjMi'd for a fiw ilnyn, but i ciivu Icsein;;. 1-itniiein lire tiikin;; ii'l';ilitiim if tin' Want il ii I spi ihl din mil I a ic putting iu t in the utiiihmI in n burly. Sum Odle vtMte I si l:nly frit-nd a f M duv z , mi l hlic .iyn In' un-d uiliaiiiiy III ri'tiitnin iii!!m In (on1 ciiiiNi t l rmik Tiou't Ii.ih been oil tin- 1 1 1 1 y li.-t tr u fr.v iI'ivh, hut h now in a recme ni tlVe MnU ;ili. we liiiilk In- w ill lit; nil rijilit in a hliMft tunc Joseph S.iMmuiiHsiM'iiH tu be the chain Jikiii imiii hunter in this vicinity, liavn j caught a l.ir"' out' Iat VYcdm-nd.iy nf't-r a ilniHy if mime miles without even ad or u'in. It IliiH belli llitllnilii'd liV rioll that Cii't. J 1.. Ilatley w ill ho'iii p-t hw rt'.i mem leu. iv Him unit tu inin tiit! v uiiiii arm v, if tlu,ir rrv i not settled satis factorily. 1 1 ur.tti for Jolm ? llohfii French lias erected a new (Iwi'll iny; recently, ami then will beulhcr build ings r-n ro I in tin' nt-ar Inline. 1 In-town is on a liimiii. nnd any oih- w i!iing to lo cate lii-rc will leeeive it hearty Wclegiiii from tin' citii ii of Cnxburgli. Some of the young nu n of this ct'inmu- nil y had quite a lit of fun -Sutur l.iv night by going to i-evei;;! of the tifiliborn houses ttiiii calliiiL' tlit'in nut ninl making various inuioit H, nit It as "Have - in .my hoi; for naif?" ami "lo vuu think tins won lif hi1 a suitable place t't lot ate an ax handle f.u tory ?" '1 hey i!i.l not lot them solves tie known, no it is quite a inytcry toHonie of the citizens thus annoyed as to whom the parties were. Coxuriit.il, February 2"i, UtOM McIIXWAlN. Special correspondence. If the weather is favorable this week a large number of our farmeis will he Very busy sowing oats. W. L. lux has been finite busy the p.st week linnlinj.' goods from Iloekport to this place. He is a hustler wi'li a wniion. Misses Allie and Nannie Wesson and Martha Thomas visited the family of F. A. Cox, in l-'ecatur County Saturday n:ul fcundav. ). A. (iossett, the assessor, passed through here Saturday en route home. lie reports having completed the assess ment in six districts. The contract to build the Cumberland rreshyterian Church at Suar Tree will be let out to the lowest bidder Saturday, February "'.) Several bids are expected Kev. L. II. Franks passed through this place Saturday g iing to hagle I reek to Jill his regular appointment on Sunday. lie is a true worker in the vineyard of the Lord. A great work is being accomplished in this neighborhood through the prayer meetings and sabbath school. r,vervbody is invited to come out and help us in the buttle. Come out and help us who are on the Lord s Bide, rut on ,the whole armor of Christ and fight for the Lord. Mr. Stanford, the deputy marshal, of Lexington, was ill this community last. lhursuay. lie arrested several ot our bovs on the charge of selling whisky without license. We regret this business of wholesale arrests to a certain extent, as we think it is simply a money-making scheme. McIllwain, February 25. FKOM GAIIFIEJLD. Regular correspondence. A. C. Rushing went to Big Sandy Tues day Little Aaron Ogles is reported quite eick at this writing. Mr. Hancock ami family, of Camden, visited at Garheld lues:ay. Trof. C. M. Wilson, of Pig Sandy, was in our rnttlat selling charts last week. Gus Grison and Charlie Cole, of May- field, visited the former s , sister, Mrs. Sallie Okies, Sunday. Hog cholera is doing considerable dam age iu this section. Ben Watson says he haa lost two, and seven more as good as dead. We are having beautiful weather at present, and the farmers are making good use of time sowing oats and preparing for their coming crop. Miss Florence Nance will leave next week for Pig Sandy to enter school. Now, Jack, dont he melancholly, for as the poet. eays "absenee makes the heart grow fon der." Garfield, February 25. FROM MISSIONARY GROVE. Regular correspondence. Mrs. E.C. Uubb'sis improving slowly. W. L. Farrar will open a "smithy" here B0011 Bob Mitchell, of Flatwoods, is here on business. Kev. T. F. Cason filled his regular ap pointment here bunday John Bishon and W. S. Pierce were .at Sugar Tree Saturday and Sunday. ltev. M. V. Utlev will conduct services here next Sunday. Everybody invited. A sons' service was held at the home of J. Y. Jordan Sunday evening.. It went off as usual moreeparking than singing, The school-house narrowly escaped dis- truction by fire last Wednesday morning. The roof was discovered to be on fire, but by hard and steady work the flames were confined to the roof. The good people of the neighborhood soon placed a new roof over the budding. Missioxauy Gkove, February 25. For Dtftpepila nd liver complaint you Lave a printed guarantee on every bottle of bhiloh s vi talizer. It never fails to cure by J. G. Presaon. For salo tiijitrlntmilmt I ulY OfTrrt S inm Tlutoly A title mi Jnalitiitca, ale, I'.d.tol ClIlloN l f ; I d .ite .i miy a few wird in your val uable paper ill regard to the i h'd ililff- ei-l in llii) count y. I w nl t i iv in lin- hi le. I lent bels ll lid nil the fi tend I of i d- Utiitii'li, that 1 ciitwiiilv uppreciate the w ay ,n w hi h they n 1 1 1 1 I 1 I lie in-1 uuii last year, ..u I tie' way the k'"'d jieoiili- t f the coiintv i-lh't-d Die ill il.Hefclit WHVH to make 1 1 . -m u niccc. lint, ft-lhiw teat hers, we lit-Vi-r tin no Well, but what we t an make h"iuo iiiiprovi-iiient on the put. Let us ail cinK-avor to make some mi- . . i ft pr-'Vetneiii tins year over la-i now are e to do III is 7 l'.V II !t fie ling tht ill-tit lllt-s mill ri ii'liii' l'ihhI i ioo km on 1 le-ory him Practice mel educational literature of all k 1 1 1 ' I r' . Now, I pri pie-e to hol'l institutes at various limes un 1 plao-s in the couiity. for I be Hifoiiiod.il ion of the teachers, Mini all w ho cxpi ft to ti-arh in this county this year iuut atti-n 1 these institute. ic law now requires that all appli cant. mui-t stand un examination in physiology mid hygiene, w ith pt rial rt f- t reiice to the died t f all oholic drinks slid narcotic, and cigarette smoking upiii the human svstelns. 1 rrfer vou to Sec tion and Sub-Section 5 of the Public t hool Lav. of Tcini'-sHee w hitdi reads us folmw : No i-rrt Jli-att' liall t't' irratiti-il to any persim to t"'.ii-ll III Jii- hulilii- scIiihiIs ni tills M.itf atli-r the lii it el .l.iiiii.u y, Iv.;, w lio h.is nut (Kisvtl a salis l.nlulV f ;t III I loilli ill III iislliiV ainl llNnne, Willi Sjil-elal rilel i-ni-t to tilt l-llei-t til lllriiliulil' iiki, a nil iiaiiiilii'H, ami 1 1 -.ti elle siiioKiiik np- tm the Imiiiaii s stem. In regard to the text book, any Man- d ird wmk is good, but 1 recommend the Pathfinder, Nos. 1 and-. 'J'hey are smal! Inn ks and suited to the schools of the count V. I hey are published by the Amer ican Look Company, and can be obtained at reasonable prices. it w ill soon he time for the chart agent to au'ain make Ins appearance, ho a lew words on that line. 1 am opposeil to these charts, 1 hi V may he a good thin-.' in their place, but that place is not in the schools of l'.enton County at the present time. The State anualu loses thousands of dollars on these worthless charts. So I hope the directors will be on the look out for them. I write these few lines, believing it to be due the teachers and directors of the county as well as myself, especially in re- card to the examination of these whoex- pect to teach in the county tins year, ex pecting ad the teachers to attend the in stitutes ami hoping to have the co-operation of teachers, directors, ami all friends of education, I remain 1 ours truly, T. W. ClTF, County Superintendent. FROM HAUMOSS CHEEK. Special correspondence. J. M. Melton went to Ev a Saturday. V. M. Planks has gone to Way to-day. YV . S. Wheatley was at CI vdeton Satur day. Pud Farmer visited on Sulphur Creek Sunday. Prank iarmer called on a lady friend Sunday. V. II. Farmer was called to Dig Sandy . n ,1 i Saturday Melton T.ros. will leave to-day with a rait jr l uducah W. II. llamer and family visited at av Saturday and Sunday Farmers are busy sowing oats. The wheat crop in this locality is good. Miss Florence, the little daughter of W. S. Wheatley, had the misfortune to break her arm in two places in a fall a few days ago. troy Pall and Miss Line Holland were united in the holy bonds of wedlock to- day. We join in wishing them a long life cf Vtnnnln.ia n.,, I oroanprit Ot happiness and prosperitj. juiijww) . kii c. iv, ri-uiimr i --t. A Fact Worth Kuowing. Consumption, lnp;rippe, pneumonia, and all throat anil lung diseases are cured by Shiloh's cure. Sold by J. G. Treason. FKOM LIBEUTF. Special correspoiidence. Atticus Gardner is visitins friends at Ilotri; Creek this week i. I). Maddfcii visited a yount;.lady friend near Alice iSunday, returning all em i les The school, under the management of Frof. (J. C. Yick, closed at this place last Jfriday. George Woods passed through here Thursday of last week going to his home al llolladay. Mrs. Mary Madden returned home kat- unlay, and reported tier parents was able to be out again. , A dance was given at the home of John Hudson last Friday night, which was largely attended and a good time was re- I ported. Liberty, 1'ebrnary 25. A Natural IleautiOer. Karl's clover root tea purifies the blood and gives a clear and beautiful complex- ion 1' or sale by J. G. Presson. FROM EVA. BeRular correspondence. w- H M'toni of Way, was here Sat- urday. A. W., Lee and Ernest Berry visited near Alice Sunday Bethel Holland hasbougbt the saw-mill owned by Frank Holland and C. Arnold. Henry Berrv, of Weakley County, vis ited his father, A. II. Berry, near Alice, Sundav A barge loaded with hoop-poles ran against the round pier of the river bridge last Saturday and sank immedately. The man swam ashore at Johnsonville. Eva, February 25. The Ills of Women. Constipation causes more than half the ilh of women. Karl's clover root tea is a pleasant cure for constipation. For sale by J . t. Presson. PUBLIC SPEAKING. The various ci unity candidate Mil jet t to the lictlou of the lh llioctlitii" pllliol lie have agreed upon the following tliiteHon which to uddii si tli 1 ciuoci at ie voter of P.eiitoii County : Hoihtdiiv, Monday, March .t. I'oxhurgli, Tuesday, Much V). Lvil, W ldliesdiy, Mtweh II. P.ig Sandy. Thursday, March Pi. LeeVlllo, l'lid iy, M.llfll Id. Ktl' Cluvrr Knot T ia sure cure for bead iche and licrvo'is diseases. Nothing lilieveH ho quickly l or sale by J. 1. I'reHson, KIKIM Ol lt KC IIAXilCH. Hon. T. W. Sim, of Lin'deti, lm nu Iiouiiced hi cainlidaey for the l)eluo rratie iioininut ion for Coiiprf siuiau in this district. Mr Kim entered the race two j cars ago with Mattering prospects and was making friends when he with drew from the race. Paris Press. There ii one thing pretty wrUin, Juiues L flrcys will 1m it tleh'cate at large from this Slate, to the St. Louis conven tion, and John ft. McCuII'm friend, who are trying to knife him, had us veil put this in their pipes uiid Miioko it. Jef freys is i-troi g with Hie lie publicans of the St utt.--Huntingdon )emcnit. Mud roads are a heavy embuigo upon the progress of Madison County, liot toiulcss hiehways cost the jieople tenfold more than a reasonable tax for graveled leads. Krcrv civil district ought to or gunize clubs for the promotion of good roads and the sooner the better. The way to "get there" is to have u smooth road and the way "not to get there" ii via the mud route. Jackson Whig. When Butiy u tick, we gre her CastorU. When sho u Child, he cried for Distort. lirn rIms became Slias, sha clung to Castorla. When the had Children, she gvo them CgtoriA. Til!'. YOUTHS COHPASIOS. Lord ltiistcll of Klllow en, who lias risen to the preat tliiiinly of l.oril t'lnef Justice of Kimlainl hy il'sUtiL'UKlictl merit as H lawyer, lias written tor Hie I i un ii mm ot l'eln nary ili'h a striking ii.tpcr tm " I lie liar as a I'rofessitiu." The iiapt-r is iiiaikeil hv Hie treii;tli anil clearness of state ment which niaile the aiitlior, when In; was plain Mr. I liai les nnsseii, a leader ol the ear. t If Hliiiitielii-e l.oril lOlstell s:ivs 1 In lesl i-!i- Metliinu is to have sonit'tliln'io say; antlimU) l lie manner tu saying 11, naiuei VM-nsier simke truly In his celelirateil oration in lionor ol .lolui Adams when lie sanl. 'Clearness, force and earn- estues are the (piahtles, wliieli prothice convic tion.'" llesardiiitf the nect ssary ipialillcatlons for law; ' l,ovc of l he iirofession fur it sown sake, nntl physical health to endure its trial., clear headed common sense and ability to w alt are the mam considerations to lie taken into account in dctc muniim a choice of the liar as a profession. If Hie youthful aspirant posesses these, success Is, humanely speakiiur, certain. He lias to remem ber that -while he is linhtinu forthe interests of bis client, there are other interests even Kieater than these; the interests of truth ami honor; ami lie must never foriret, as Sir Alexantlei Coekbiu a well expressed it, -lliat in the battle his weapon ,mw, .,v. iv hi Mm wiinl fir the KnlHler. 1011I must always be the sword of the soldier, and never the tlairner of the assassin.' " 1-or the next Issue of 1 lie companion, the Washington's liirthday Number, Justice 4 Miver Wemlall Holme's the able Inheritor of a fcreat name, has written an interestini; supplement to Una ltusseil s article, nresentiiii: Hie sulilect from an American point of view. Apiended to the article are a brief rejoinder by Jutl Kusscll and a final comment by Sir. Justice llomies. Kacli issue of I lie roniiKinion coiuauis one or "lore ai ticlesof exceptional value, written by the ablest and best know, . and women of the a;e. Keep Your Eyee Open. "Having eyes, see not." That's the trouble wttn lotsof people, who never see me wonders 01 tll,r own dooryard or farm, the roadside by which thev lrlve, the Ileitis and woods throiiirli which l lev waiK. or I lie nouns wnere iney cau-n anythuiK lroiii Irons to ntacK uass n many 01 these usually unseen "wonders ami neaulies ol Nature" vow can read In The Observer, Portland, Conn. This very Inteivstini; illustrated maiiazine Isof Interest to all studenls ami lovera ol nature, ll, assists narenls In nrovltlinir home, interests for tli(Micliiltlreii,aiid leads the "children of a larger growth," to be more Interestetl in Home. Do von eniov roanunK over nuis ami items 01 Mirtmcli the woods; are you interested in birds, (lowers, Insects, rocks, etc., then send ten cents lor sample copy Ol in iinserver iau liuisuaieu inoutlily mapizine), Portland, t'onn. iSuli.scrii- tion 1.00 a year, (live it a fair trial as to its merits STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, The stockholders of the Home Build- in, Loan nntl Savings Association are herebv notilieu the regular annual moot- inc. will be held on luesday March d. 18'JO. at 7 o'clock, p. m., at the office of the association in Camden, for the pur- nose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such othei business asshall be proper- ly brought before them. Every member is earnestly requested to be present This February 25, lRDb. D. G. Hudson. ! W. E. McTtAE, President. Secretary and General Manager RECEIVER'S SALE. I wil I, on Monday, the 2nd day of March 18, in the town of Camden, Tennessee at 1 o clock, p. m., oiler lor sale to the highest and best bidder for cash the fol lowing described property, to-wit: One Drug Store, withlixtures belonging thereto. One stock of Dry Goods, consisting of Clothing, Motions, Boots, Shoes, Fixt ures, etc. Said property came into my bands as Receiver in the case ot Harris, fticWhir ier & Co. and others vs. B. C. Rushing and others in the Chancery Court at Cain den. Tennessee Suit! stock and inventories of same are open for the inspection uf any one desir- inir to purchase. For further information call on or write to D. G. HUDSON, Camden, Tenn This February 15, 18. milE CIIKONICLE and Memphis Commercial JL Appeal, one jear, oniy i 1U(.IV4V,I.ILVI tVl O tor bveet Peas ... ....Tim ON'hY i- . (;) NEW DOUBLE SWEET PEA Drklo of Nimnra Q Truo to namo. Packet 25 cents, half Packet 15 cents. :') Two;uHrfui Crimson Rcimblcr Hose VICK'S FLORAL CUIES, IMC, 1V.Z 1'IONttr. ZtZO CATALOGUE. A 0) a (1. .ii,iii-Ii'!ii--i:iIi . tf llmilli: Siveit , K'-.e-., I t u liia While l'lu-jo .mc lHai klicint '., It.i-.pht-rtn.';, Xcvt drr 'l "iii ito, Vegetables, d v. ill rood tliin--s til l and new. I.e r,;i I-nil IMt.f 11 i-.vt e., V'. ;;et.ilil( s, Sinull M iiic I tm reteiit tif io ctn. which ;my H'.t.r. tr fite with an order f r any of the ROCHESTER, :a JAMES VICICS SONS What f "i ' i'o o v''t'TT''-'ss1t, s;-.;r-s s-;r- ' nrxrrrj It tint - v w -- ' - ' i V.A A. - 1rwwww n'fcJ.. . . ii. . II h h 1 Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Jlorphino nor other Jiarcotlc substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantco is thirty years use by Millions of 3Iothers. CustorU Is the Children's Panacea the Mothers Friend. Castoria. "Cantoris Is so well adapted to children that I recommt-nd it as superior to any pnstcriptlon inown to me." H. A. Arciif.r, JI. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Thousoof 'Castoria' la eo universal and Its merits bo well know n the It seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." CtBLOg Mxrttn, D. D., Kew York City. ' Tub Camera SALE OF LAND. C. F, Phillips & Co. vs. H. C. Elmore. 15 v virtue of a venditioni exponas in my bands, issued by A. R.'Hrooks, clerk f the circuit court of lienton County, Tenn., I will on Monday, the 6th Day, of April,' 189 6, expose to public sale to the highest bid tier, for cash, at the court house door in Camden, Tenn., the following described trai t of land situated in the twelth civil district of renton Conntv Tenn., and bounded as follows : On the north by the lands of Ballard, on the south by the lauds of Lipe, on the east by the lands of Holland ami on the west by the lands of Cole, containing by estimation 164 acres. Said real estate is levied upon as tlia property of defendant, II. C. Elmore, subject to the homestead rights whatever they may be of the said II. C. ICImore in and to said land. The same was con- lemned and ordered to he sold by the circuit court of Benton County, Tenn., at the December term, 1895, to satisfy a judgment in favor of C. F. Phillips & Co. against 11. C. hlmore for the sum of sod.- 30 and all cost. This February 20, ISyC. W. A. LAS1ILEE, 15-4 Sheriff. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. In the Chancery Court of Benton County, lennessee. U. A. I otts vs. Ueorge'W. Shelton. In this cause it appearing from the al legations of the bill, which' is sworn to I that the defendant, G W. Shelton, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ortlinary process of law can not be served upon hi in ; it is, therefore, ordered by -me, 1). G. Hudson, Clerk ami Master ot the said Chancery Court, that publication be made for four consecutive weeks 111 1 11 b Camden Chronicle, a news paper published in the town of Camden, I ennessee, comminuting the saiu non-res ident defendant, G. V. Shelton, to make defense to complainant's bill, filed here in on the rJtli day of bebruarv, 1S, on or before the third Monday in March, 18, or the same will be taken for con fessed and the cause set for heating ex parte as to him. This February 20, 1S90. D. G. HUDSON, W. F. Maiden, Clerk and Master. Solicitor for complainant. 14-4 Said one merchant: "I have done business ten years and have, not speut live dollars in advertising." Said an other : "I have done business five years, spent one-tenth of all my profits in ad vertising, and have made mere money than you have made iu ten." Which of the two was the shrewder? -The better business man ? No one will hesitate to answer; the result answers the question. The wonder is that the non-advertiser has been able to keep out of bankrupcy. 1 Miited Varirtirs rcr round 40 cents, V,- V J i nri a cm.,. Quarter round 13 cents. to 0 ) I Only . . It GestlS. Tried and Truo Novelties. Fuchsia douf le white Phenomenal Blackberry, The Rathbun. Tomato, Vick's Early Leader, The l.arlickt Tomuta known. la (o Fruits, etc., with d Jcription and prlcrs. be dc.dui.tcd from liut ortkr ic.dy above. v. 3 NEW YORK. is Castoria. Castoria cure Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrha'a, RrurUtion, Kills VTornis, gives sleep, and promote dV geBtion, Without injurious modication. "For several years I have recommended, ..' your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced buncQcial results." Edwin F. Fardejc, M. D., lT.th Street and 7th Ave., .New York City. Cobpakt, 77 Mubjult Street, New York Crrr GOLD FOR SILVER, Anv om wishinc to exchange silver for cold should read the following letter. Hakdin, Ray Co., Mo. August 12, 1892. f had Rheumatism, Kitlney Troulili's, Constipa tion ;t rid Indigustinti. My liver was enlarged and ' 1 looked like 1 had dropsy. I never knew a' moment's ease until 1 used Tlieilford's lSlilfk Draught 1 have had no Itheumatisiii, since the bloating and soreness are all gone. Ii Mas. Ann Mali.orayT A silver dollar will buy a mammoth paekaae of Black-Draught at any drug store, and It Is worth Its weight in gold. 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