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SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
Phillips, Bailey &. Company vs. L D. Luck. I'.y virtue of a veil. lit ioni fxponm In my Iimii'Ih, icueil l.y A li. I'-rook. clt rk vi tlm circuit court cf Ucnton County, ii iui , a win on Monday (he 4th day of March, 1895, rxp mi' io ptiijlir hii'e to thu JnylicHt Mt-tl-r, fur c i-h , nt tlm court liou-u (i.mr in Cam leu, Tcnn , tlm fullim inu' Ioh i i1m) ttal e-ttitt sitii;iii'il in tlm tnwn of l'.ijj; r-.ui.lv, in tlm cihtli civil district of H, n t"ii County, Tcnn : One lot In piiiiintf nt tln'MiitiiwcHi corin-rof ii town lot. wliitrh It. M Ornlium iIim'.I.mI to L. Hiiirlinm, Ui;.l rn:-s Koulli 50 Ici-t, tlicnce ciiht 60 ii'i t. tlu-ncn n t t It 50 fi"-t, thi'tid' went 00 li'ct t tlie hi'ifiiiiiinjf h ii t containing by esti mation tliMoiif-hixtli of an acre. Als.io-c titln-r lot in hiti'l town bivi'inin nt n Make Su a biunili ', f"ft t' lHt of a black 11111 on a lot jiurchiiseil lv L. L5. Luck from G. T. Morns running tlie.ici west 50 foot to 11 6tn'if, thenct' iiortli 50 iVul to a ft ke. tlieiu-H cast 50 feet, tlienc.tf souili 50 feci to Ui" bciiiiiiiii;. Alr'o 0111; ('iln-r lot in e.iiil town bi-viiunini; u the southwest corner ol a lot formerly beioiiniiis; to I) J. Graham hikI running llienee noilli "-' j' arils to the creek to a hickory corner, thence down the creek witii ilmiitMixh-r-inirs 42 v arils to a nycainore comer, thence eoulli IKS yar Im to a stakt near the L uU-'illt- und Nashville ltailrond, thence cast B0 yard to the heiri lining, c taininj by estimation one-half acre. Said real estate is levied upon as the properly of defend ant. L. 15. Luck, subject to the lnnm-eN-ud rights whatever there mav hoof the Hani L. B. Luck in and to said land, also t-ub-ject to vendor's Jien hui h an limy be upon tsniil land. '1 he simrj was coinh nied and ordered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton County, Tenn.; at the December term, 1S')4, to mitisfy a judgment in favor ol Phillips, Bailey & Company mid ak'ainst L IS. Luck for the sum t.f $138 83 and ail the co.sIh. This January 20. 1895. W. A. LASHLEK, U-4 , Sheriff SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. E. C. Hufebs against R. L. Hatley. Dy virtue of u venditioni exponas in . my bands, issue by A K. Broo'ks, cleik of the circuit court vl JJentoii County, Tenn.. I will on Monday the 4th day of March, 1 895, expose to public sale to the highest bid der, for cash, at the court-house door in Camden. Tenn., one eleventh undivided interest in the following described tract of land lying and bi-i in the second civil district i f Benton County. Tenn. : Be ginning on a stake with Hower-vvood and wbiteoak pointers, on Thomas Camp's south boundary line and runs Boiith !)2 poles to it dog w ood, thence west 172 1 mien to a stake with three Jdikory pointers, thence north 104 poles to a redoa k , t hence east 25 poles to a stake with tlnee black oak pointers, thence north 33 poles to a Etake, thence east lo! poles to the begin ning, containing 205 acres. Said one eleventh interest was condemned and or dered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton Couniy, Tenn., at the December term, 1894 to satisfy a judgment in favor of E. C. llubbs and agdnst II. L. Hatley for the sum of (7 18 and all the cost. This January 29, 1895. W. A. LASHLEE, 11-4 Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. H. A. Green vs. I. L. Shurley and D. A. and Mary A. Thompson. By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands, issued by A. II. Brooks, clerk of the circuit, court of Benton County Tenn,, I will on Monday the 4th day of March, 1895, expose to public sale to the hiphest bid der, foi cash, at the court house door at Camden. Tenn , the oii'-eighth undivided interest of Mary A. Thompson in a 218 acre tract of land situated in the eleventh civil district of Benton County, Tenn., and desciibed as follows: Bounded on the north by the lands of Johnson, on tin smith by the lands oi Dalton, on the east by the 'amis of IDcks an I on tlie west hy the lands of Johnson. The same wascn demed and ordered to be sold by the cir cnit court of Benton County. Tcnn., at the December term, 1S94. to satisfy a iudg merit in favor of IL A. Green and against I. L. Shurley, D, A. Thompson iimI Mary A. Thompson for the sum of $95.94 and all the costs. This January 29. 1895. W. A. LASHLEE, 11-4 Sheriff. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. J. L. Hudson efc als. vs. G. N. Dolan et els. In the county court of Benton County at Camden, Tennessee. In this cause it appears from affidavit that Robert J. Dolan and wife, Mary Jane Dolan, are nou-residents of the State ot Tennessee and reside at Pad il eal), Ky., so that the ordinary process of law cau not be served upon them. It is therefore ordered by me, G. B Greer, clerk of said court, that said defendants, Robert J. Dolan and wife, Miry Jane Dolan, enter their appeaiauce in this cause on or before the first Monday in March, next, and plead, answer, or de mur to complainant's bill cf complaint filed in this cause, or the same will be taken for confessed and the cause set tor hparing cx parte as to them. This the ICth dav of January, 1895. Q. li. GREEK, 10-4 Clerk. Thk Ch toNTri.K and ll e Semi-Weekly American, $1 75 per year. The Chhovicle and the Twice-a-Week Republic, 1,75 per year. FROM CIQ SANDY. nejriilarC'.ii-nispoiKieiir?.) John Muilieriy, i f Faxon, was here Fri day on business, John I'idfird, of Alice, waa in town S.ituiday on business. J. l. Doty, better known ns "socks," is all smiles and hhvi its a girl. .Mr. LandcM, W'aV'-rly, vvnp in our tow n last Saturday ot. business. D. J. Cooper, of Erin, was down to see his best girl last Sunday. Sherman Davidson and family were oyer on a visit to rela'ives here hut Sim lay Prof J J. Yules is mi the sick list this week We wish him a spceih recovery "Yaller" Mailen. of Camden, is vis iting relatives und friends heie this Week. V. ll. Hairis, of Erin, was in our town last week, looking alter the real ttstab business William Wilson and N. O. Berrv made a fl ing business trip to Camden Monday, returning same day. W. S. Ila.yborn made a flying trip to I inii'leu last .Miiiiilay, accompanied by Mis.s Lillie Hush ing. W. 5. Mi Daniel went lo llie country last Sundiiy W i suppose he wason busi ness, but what kind ? Miss Maggie ami Z iraGraham returned home last Mmday fiom a visit lo relatives and friends at FnX l). ILL. Pierce, II. M( Hon, C. W. Parker James Park, r and others, from Sulphur Creek, were here Saturday on huMiiesN There were 317 rabbits b aighi at the store of J. F D .wdvlast Kielav. lfile snow last the rabbits can not long survive in li.!-, ci'Uiiniiinty. Il'ilrace Akirs, of Faxon, mov. d hi: family to this place lasc Saturday, at: f'r the present is ot:eupviii the h"iise o li. W. Baker, on I'hllich slieet Ilathe a bad day for moving Imt ihe, inviioti' i nt to come, ana we welcome you to our midst ,1. B. Bowles, our popular hotel pro prietor, hast xchanged his hotel pr.jh-ity !" that ot our hustling tailr ael agent. Virgil 1 led wood Morns, who win trki (barge of the hotel this week. Mr, Bowie? savs he will shortly go to the country mat is, up on tlimi li stiect. A literary society was organized at (hi- placeo'i last 1' nday evening with L'r:)f J J. Yates, presid.-nt; W. P. Ut.ihck. vice pre'idenl; J. M. Lockhart, secretary ; .Miss Luna llawiev ainl ll. l'. Kerrv.e H- tors of society jnurnals, and MissLelu Lowry, treasurer. The following com mittees were appointed: Committee on arrangements, W. 1 liedick, . M Haw ley and J. Yv . (.iraiuger ; coiuuiitiee mi constitution and by-laws, U P. Berry, A. L. Massell atid .1. M Lockhart. Bio Sandy. February o FKOM PA V ATI'S LANDING. Uegitlnr coiTespoinleiice. T.J. Whiitield has sold h;s stock of dry goods at this place to John Hedge, of Bakersville. We learn that an enjoyable pound pirty was given the young lolks at the home ot A. U. Shelton a few evenings ago. Nathan Phillips was taken very ill of pneumonia Wednesday f last week, bu: nis many friends will be glad to learn thai he is reported better. If the old saving is true, that "a hard winter is always followed oy a good crop year," surely we will have an abundant yield during the year 18'J"). If Artie breezes will keep a fellow from going to see his best girl, doubtless ihe weather has. interfered with the hereto fore frequent visits of a certain young imui to the Bend, lie has not made his ap pearance since Christmas. While out hunting ducks a few day ago J. D. Whitfield shot a lare black eagle, breaking Ms wing. He now has it on exlcbitioii at home, w here it is a regn larshow to the pm pie of this community It measures fi feet from tip to tip and its talons are 2 inches in leiiiith, Ihe movement to secure immigration to Benton County is a good one. ami should be encouraged We are land poor in Ibis county, and our condition would be greatly improved by the settling ol some five hundred or more families ol sober, industrious pc 'pn-owi the count v Mrs. Bledsoe, Ihe wife of Billie Bled soe, died at her lnnne near this place Jan nary 23 leaving an infant child which is doing very Well A husband and two j other children also survive- In r. We ex- nress i tie sent itnent i t the entire commu nity in extending sympathy and condo lence lo the bereaved husband and chil dren. Pavatts Landing, February 5. FKO.H HOLLADAY. IieKtilar correspondence. I Edgar 'lotty, of Camden, was here the last oi the week. Martin Qninn made a business trip to Westport Friday. D. 11. Walker visited friends near Britts Landing the last of the week. James I). Porch visited relatives at Bak ersville Saturday and Sunday. The little folks enjoyed a sociab'e en tertainineutat the hospitable homeof Mr Boas 0 lie Saturday evening. Prof-. J. J. Allen, w ho is teachingschool in Decatur Conntj , visited his parents al this place Saturday and Sunday. Several new students have entered school this week, among whom wen Messrs. Jamesand John Douglas, of Sp,-ll-ings. ' Rabbit hunting neeins to be all the go with some, of the boys at Ibis place now but is seems that they do more burning than ki'ling. Haw k Tippetthns returned from an ex tended visit to Arkansas, and his many friends and especially the girls are glad to welcome him back again. The young folks were some what dis appointed Saturday on accountof Prof. Jl. L. Stagi er failing to get here to btgin bis vocal music school, but he will been hand next Saturday and make it all 0 K. The closing exercises at the Uoilnday Independent Normal last Friday evening proved to be a success in which many ol i he students participated, and it isonet ' be long remembered by the many spec tators w ho were present. IIolladay, February 4. FKOM KAXOM. Regular porresiioiuli'iici-. H P. Bei ry visitud at Danville Sunday, 1 N Akers went to .McKenzio Monday 011 business. Marion L'ndsey. of Danville, was in town Monday. .It 11 arter, ol Humphreys county, has moved into our midst Mis Howard Akers visited her parents in the conutrv Sunday. Slier (f Lash lei was down on business Wedrcsda v of last Week. Dennis Murphy, of Month of Sandy spent Sunday with Faxon friends. Miss Alice Bains, who has been visit ing at Wheatley, passed through Sunday en route home. Misses Maggie and Zora (iraham, ol Big Sandy, visited their sister Mrs. S. Davidson, last week. The boys have about iinit riding the trains since Tom Berry has accepted a p sit on as watchman on the rear. Mrs. II. Fiizsinnnoiis and Miss Annie Butler are spending a few days with rela lives and friends ul Erin this week. Quite a number of ihe bovs attendet the singing at Joe PtckU-rs on Little Creek nn la evening. All report a nice tun The ni irt ied ladie-i of Faxon are t.i'k ing about organ z'ng a Come Home I l us- hand Club It is to be about 3!.,, Ice long. Mrs..S.i!l!eCollierhf1 for Lansing, A'k. Frnl.iy where she wid remain-a few week with I er hmbainl, who is at work for a railro.d company Palr.ck Fi.z-unmons says he spe ids mn-t of I lie Sundays w it h his ram lf.it her It is stra' go th it ne should call his best girl's la'her his grandfather. Faxon, Febru irv 5 FKOM CHARLOTTE. Mr. Kditor: We at rived safely in Charlotte in the evening of llje day we di p u led Canuh n We Were hospitably entertained njitil conveyance arrived at Ihe comfortable home of one of Camden's young business men who has lived in Dickson about two years, Mr. T. B. Totty. We learned w bile in Dickson that ' Tom B." is doing a good business, and that he numbers his friends by the score. Charlotte is an old town, with an ex cellent cit ixeiiship. The country aroun I is iiinlu'a'ing with rich and productive valleys. I need not mention the weather. i's you are in the same latitude and know from experieiie" more than I could tell Bn iucss conditions here are about as in Benton. Money is scarce, but provis ions are plentiful. One tbii St remark able, 1 am informed, at the la-ginning of this year there Wi re outstanding nineteen hundred dol'urs more county wnirants than r"'enn- due the county, and von can not buy a Dickson ( 'ounty warrant for less than one hundred cents on the dm la r We think your people arc taking the right view in organ zing for the purpose of t-ecuring the location o a g od class ol immigrants in your coiin'y, A little of theenterprise and push of the North and Hast mixed w ith thecleV' mess ol Benton futility's citizenship would do no barm. We will always be gla 1 of anv Kin cess that conies to the people of Benton Conn tv, and our friends there will ever have a warm place in our heart. The congrega tions to which we are lo preach have good neat church houses. All of them are com paralively new except here at Charlotte which is of biick built before the war We noxiously look for the coming of Tim t HitoNici-K, and read its local and news columns with a relish. If this es capes the dreaded wash -basket, we may scribble again. B. C. Sc'UL'GOS. Charlotte. February 2, NOTHING LIKE IT. Everybody who has ever bought and paid for a legal document will appreciate the following, says au exchaiiRe: If a man were to give another an orange, he would merely sav, ' I give you this or- an Re;" but when the transaction is in trusted to the hands of a lawver to put it in writing he adopts this form: "I hereby gi'e, grant and convey to you all and singular, rav estate "and interest, light, title, claim and advantages of. and in the said orange, together with -nil its rind, skin, juice, pulp and pips, and all rights and and advautages therein with full power to bite, cut, suck, and other wise eat the. same, or give the same awav, as fully and effectually, as I the said A. B. am entitled to bite, cut, suck or otherwise eat the same orange, or give the same away, without its rind, skin, lnice, pulp and piiis, an vthing hcreinbc fore or hereinafter, or in anv other deed or deeds, instrument or instruments of what nature or kind soever to the con trary notwithstanding." 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