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In obedience tu n decree of tin! chan cery court at Oaiiuli it, Tennessee, made it) till- CUI1HC (if W. M. JolltlHOll vs. .1. W. ANton, until ( h here given that I will soil at j.iitilic (ir.tcA' in front (if the cast dour if Hid court-house in Camden, Ten- IlCS'-iCO, on Saturday, May 25, 1895, to the highest and Ih'hI bidder the follow ing described land: Lying in I'cni.on County, Tennessee, beginning on a fallen whiteoak, elm pointers, on the hank of l.irdsong Creek the northeast corner of the lfarwood A Harris land then south (!2 poles to a Make in a field ; then cast Hi poles to a pohtoak, near a hoiie; thence houth 4,'J poles i.o a postonk, tlm line of the llarwood A Harris land; thence east .r7 poles ton ntake with poMoak pointers, the northwest corner of A. J. Smith's land; thence north V poles to the south bound ary line of an entry in the name of Duel Minns; thence Kill poles to a stake w ith postoak pointers; thence east 18 poleK to the southwest corner of paid entry ; thence with the same 75 poles north in Dinlson Creek, thence up said creek bank with its nieamjers .r8 decrees west 111 poles; thence south (111 decrees west 10 poles ; thence bonth 151 degrees west 21 poles; thence south ")). decrees west Lr) poles; thence south (j" decrees west L'2 poles; thence north C'lJ.i decrees 10! . poles to the beginning, containinp; 7'J acres and S2 poles. Also one other tract known as the Mi.'.'all land, to satisfy a judgment in favor of the complainant for the sum of !f lli'.l.!):! and cost of this cause. Tkkms ok Sai.k. Said land will boon acredit of t! months, free from the equity of redemption. The purchaser will be required to give approved security, and a hen will be retained upon the said land lor the payment of same. This April l;s!iJ3. IX (i. HUDSON, 24-4' Clerk and Master. SALE NOTICE. On the 18th day of May, 1805, at the east door of the court-house in Camden, Tennessee, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, for cash, the undivid ed and half interest in the lands of which S:'D. II. Whitfield died, seized and pos sessed of, and now belongs to J. M. and J.'II. Whitfield and to Vie sold as their property to pay debts as set out in trust deed of Which you are referred to Uemi le'r's Office, Benton County, Tennessee, Book E E, pages 25:J and 254. Thia land is located in the first civil district of Ben tori County, Tennessee, on the Tennessee River, and consists of eeven hundred and (750) fifty acres in the whole tract, and to be sold subject to the widow s home stead and dower right. This April 22, 18U5. A. C. McBAK, 23-4 Trustee. Illinois Central R. will) soli tickets at ONE FARE for the ROUND TRIP and return, from points-wit hin m . miles ot Memphis on Mav 11 to. 'JO. inclusive, lioiu jmints over 100 miles, as lar as Jackson, Miss., inclusive, May 10 to U inclusive, account of t he Snter-State Drill and Encampment At Memphis, May it to 21. A prand sviiieli you can not afford to miss. Ticl tJ it'liii-i) until May 'Jit. Tickets of lilt occasion kel s irooil Tickets of Illinois ('en- tva! Railroad ticket agents. F. 1$. Bowes, Assist ant Ouneral 1 assenger Agent, Wow oi lcans. Iftf J,' j Emm 0S 3 SHOEKa Ana otbor specialties for Oontlomon, Ladles, Boys and Hisses aro the Best in the World. I f , j Boe descriptive advertlse- V ' VVj went which appears In this X ' paper. : a Take no SotmtltutB. Insist on having W. Ik v. with came and price .. -. ' . stamped on bottom. Sold py J. W. BATEMAN, Camden. W. F. HARRISON, Holladay. SHfmrrs sale or land. W. C. tarp vs. J. M. Roberln. . . . . , , i. tui' i-l a ea.i.t.iii.i e ; l, iv I. alio-,, i-- ii.'d by A. i:. I'.i,,,.' I t!,f ( Ht ml t .,i;it . ( l'."i,ti,n ..H ill ,. Ink itiiit 'I tlihfi it, I Will i,. I Mondjy, the 3rd Day of Juno, 1805, :tl- t the hHicM lii I- ii i , l..r ( ,i-ti, at tl I'.lllihll, !" -1 ! I i I !- c i .1 land nit cotirt-ho'i dour in tho f,'lli,V in-.' ill--.1 111 the fi.illti-eiilh loll t itiii! V, Ti'i.ni's- i ll llihtrl, t of l'r see, lilti! lint, I d.-.l iti foll nv s, t.i-w it : l in .hi ! -t i .bun i, mi I ! i I 'l liiinn-t mid Ciiino the i ill t by the mini hy ti'i' l. mi mid en the west bv tin- hue U i I Oxf,.i,, and rtiltlaii,: . bv ( stiinati.ni. I'.".' llcl uatiiiii, aid I. He I in le ti d n;,i,n in the nnili ided interest Ol S. M. Kul ii 1 1 s. 'lite Kline w ,n li.leiiilled and oidelcd to be wild ,V the circuit coint , lien'oii, County, Tennes see, at the April term, 1 s!,", to satisfy a jtuL'iiiem in litvur nt . C. burp am! against .1, M. lJ.iberts f..r the t-tmi ol .'i.- and th'cosN, W. A. LAM ll.i:i:, 2'.-4 She ri 11'. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. J. H. Falls & Co. against Whitfield Brothers. Bv virtue of 11 venditioni exponas ii) my handM, issued bv A. II. Uronks, clerk of the circuit coint (,f r.enlun Countv. rennessee, I W ill on Monday, the 3rd Day of June, 1895, expose to public sale to the highest bid- r, for cash, at the court-house door in Camden, Tennessee, the following de scribed land lying in the iirsL civil dis trict of Benton County, Tennessee, and bounded as follows, to-wit : ( n the north by the Tennessee River, on he hoiUIi bv Ihe lands of Johnson, on the east by the lauds of Klijah Woods, and on the west by the lands of l'hillips, said to contain .Ol) acres, more or less. Ihe said real estate is levied tq on as the undivided in terest of VY hithcld l.ros. I ho Fame w as condemned and ordered to be fold by the circuit court of Benton Countv, Tennes see, at the April term, IS! 15, to satisfy a judgment in favor of J. II. Falls A Co. and against Whitfield Bros, for the um of !f-M1.15 ami all costs. This Mav ft, is! 15. w. a. bash li :k, 25-4 Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. Plantation Pharmacy Company vs. Whitfield Brothers. By . virtue of a venditioni , exponas in mv hands, issued bv A. K. lirooks, clerk of the circuit court of Benton County, lennessee, 1 will on Monday, the 3rd Day of June, I&95, expose to public sale to the highest bid der, for cash, at the court-house door in Camden, Tennessee, the following de scribed land lying in the first civil dis trict of Benton County, Tennessee, and bounded as follosvs, to-wit : On the north by the Tennessee Uiver, on the south by the lands ot Johnson, on the east by the lands ol Bhiah ssikmis and on the west by the lands of Phillips, said to contain (00 acres, more or less. Said real estate is levied upon as the undivided interest of Whitliekl Bros. The same was con demned and ordered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton County, Tennes see, at the 'piil term, LS";j, to satisfy a udgnient in favor of the 1 Imitation Phar macy Company and against Whitfield Bros, for the sum of $5S.;Jd and all costs. Tins May G, 1S1.. W. A. LASJIILEE. 25-4 Sheriff, SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. Z. M. Walker vs. T. J. Cates et als By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands, issued by A. li. Brooks, clerk of the circuit court of Benton County, Tennessee, I will on Monday, the 3rd Day of June, 1895, expose to public sale to the highest bid der, for cash, at the court-house door in Camden, Tennessee, tho following tract of land, know n as the John Harper land, situated in the sixth civil district of Ben ton County, Tennessee, and bounded as follosvs: On the north by the lands of Camp, on the south by the lands of Har per, on the east by the land3 of Richards and on the west by the land of Camp Also one other tract of land known as thij II. II. Stigall.land, situated in the twelfth civil district of said county and bounded as follows, to-wit : On the north by the lands of Watkins. on the south by tho lands of Nance, on the east by the lands of Cowoll and on the west by the lands of Watkins. Also one other tract of land known as the W. II. Hyatt land, situated in the fourteenth civil district of the Baid county and bounded as follows, to-wit On the north by the lands of Johnson, on the south by the lands of Barnes, on the east by the lands of Barnes and on- the west by the lands of Oxford. The same was condemned and ordered to be sold by me circuit, court ol Benton County, Ten nessee, at the April term, 1895. to satisfy a judgment in favor of Z. M. "Walker and against T. J. Cates and others in the sum of $55. 0 cents and the costs. This May 6, 1895. W. A. LASIILEE, 25-4 Sheriff. CIS CLUBBING OFFEK, l'.y special arrangements we offer Home and i' arm in comuiiiation Willi i nn I'hkoiclk for Si, being the price ol our paper alone. This is for an new sunsci uiers renewing and paying in ad vance, we send riome ami larm one year l'iv Home anil Farm is a lCHMge agricultural innrnii made by farmers for farmers. Its home depart ment is iiiieo,iial'd. Its children's department is entertaining and Instructive. Henew now, and geliitiM great agricultural and home journal free, liemernlier, this oficr only lioiils nood until July 1, lK;r. All subscribers accepting this oiler must remit direct to this oflice. .No commission will be allowed agents taking subscriptions to Tuf CnjiOMCLf which incHide Home and Farm. rilOM MOLLADAY. lr. ..,!.! I , ! j Mr Minn;,' McKitl, who h.'is Ih-i-ii sick w ilh ft M r, i.-i lt. t!. r. Mr (i. II. 0 i IV. I U c, tiit'.nt i in ' 11 . ini'iii.; m lion .Miv.K lluliili id Mi t'ntt TfiBur. n!i M'ufiu nii'l IMna lcti.i in il from a visit Oiucr hne nt W nvc 1 ly. 1,1 wis, ti e litllo Mill ( Mor'-aii, is t'unv;.!f.-( ini' .f Will S. fnti.i la-. I'i'cciit ilhii-.-s, Mr. itinl Mrs. ", l llnrris(iti;iiitl M i.-s l.ili'i in nil visitnl at Cl.-u k-s. ltutli Snutliiy. . Mr. S. A. liurtKy uvA Mis.-i l).r:i McConl isili il nt Siiar Tr'-c .saf -unlay nvA iSutulay. i Mr. T. .J. IKmII nn.l family, i.f ('uiiiilcii, visitfil at tiii.-s pl.ico Sat un'.ny ami iSiunlay. J I ( v . A. (i. J!,u in ri iillt'tl lii.s i t tilir i'i(iii'.ttiit-!it tit tin Mctliotlist. church iSiwitiay fnrciioon. Sheritr W. A. fislil.-c, of Cain ili'ii, was lien last, Weiliii htlay ami Thursilay oti dilicial luisim ss. Tli" H'foml iii.'u(i'i'ly confi'ii nee of the Sii'nr 'I n-o circuit, will lie lu'ltlat 1'ali si inc May ami I'rcpiirntiims arc Ihmul; ukuIi for Cliiltlrcn'.s Day at the Mdhn dist 'hurcli, which will lx Ik Id on t!n first Sunday in Jut,'1. MesH'si. W . J. runner, of C'ani (len, and Henry Fryer, of Hollow Hock, were here last Thursday and Friday. Mr. AV. P. Oxford wishes your orrcspondi'iit to state that it was a niLstako about him being; bound over to appear before the federal court, an published by the Carroll County Democrat recently. lloLLADAY, May . nion WAY. ii-ci,i! concsiiontli-iii-e. Mrs. It. II. AVnlkt-r is improving l lic'ilth. The fanners nrc behind in their work in this community. Mr. J. A. Lowell is touching a .sui'miLT school tit r latwoous. Mrs. Joe Melton is able to be up for a short while at a time. Lev. d. L. (mvr, of Camden, ue- ivered an interest in1' sermon here bunuay. liev. It. . Ay res delivered an xcellent sermon nt Chestnut Hill Sunday. whisky was plentiful at Hat- woods Sunday, and a bottle of the sparkling liquid was broken in the locket or a young man trom liani- blo Creek. Children's Day will be observed at AVesleys Chapel the second Sun day in June. Mr. Al Farmer has agreed to dress a mutton, and an invitation, is extended everybody to come. Tho first day of tho month a cer tain young man tried his fortune by looking in tho well and saw a young lady of Elatwoods. A few days later, while, gathering ilowcrs for her, he was stung m the hand by a bee, and now he does nofpiu his faith on fortunes. Way, May 7. 1'KOM i:va. Special correspondence Mr. John Uerry, who had his hand cut in ax-handle mill at Gar- hold last week, is doiii" very well The stave factory hero has shnt down for awhile, which makes the times rather dull for the timber workers. AVe hopo tho proposed no-fence law will not bo passed by the gen eral assembly, for we aro not ready for such a radical change. Mr. I). A. Gossett, our clever tax assessor, was in our midst a few days ago assessing the taxes. Our people aro well satisfied with his work. There is a good opening here now for an ax-handle mill, as there is an abundance of hickory timber in this locality. Our people are anxious for something of the kind. Our farmers are very busy in their crops. The rain yesterday was quite refreshing as well as en couraging, as it was badly needed. Com planting is about over, and some farmers are plowing the crop. Eva, May 7. FIN Al, WARMNG, My premises are posted, and whoever trespanses on name will bo given tho full penalty ol the law. K. C. Teavis. FA I It WARNING. The premises of my old homo place in Camden, Tenu., are posted, and. who ever trespasses thereon will bo given tho full penalty of the law. Mrs. Makv YAitBitouGH. Camden, April 1895. AUVLH flMNi! ,!, ,1 tl Ol It M MM'U'I I.- !! s, i t I- i,,: , i ,i - . , , ii . .. i I I i II Ml M " :.iii.s ,iti, M i .it I ii ! ( it t,, s e i r CLAUDH HUDSON, II! M' .'f U.1 l i's IVtl Floor, Heal, Csaoel Fruits. TOBACCO und CIGARS, Afl'LL3, OilANCU 3, Cli-tL, JUv,Ai;. Ll 'J FKLSH CIDER A SPECIALTY. Hard Time Prices on Everything. (Jnequalsd Gcmbination QfTer i in: NASHVILLE WEEKLY BANNER AMI THE CAMDEN CHRONICLE ONE YEAR, SI. GO 'llti' Weekly li.iiim i' is iti',, in!, ni, r. , ,unl iliseiissesj jill ,.i!n ii .il iiirs i.ii.s nitlniet Inn m I. Hut . A pel led IiiiIih' lii u - i tn-l', eniil.i nil 4 , i lit: 1 1 lie t it i nt .ii. ii urn to l.t I in, i s. I ,i -siih s li.r.ie ; :i Itlllilbel el Nn-r'.ll cut I es',i.ii'it s, tin- V, eel. I 1 i; 1 1 1 1 it i- is a liiemlier nt tin' AsvH-iatcd l'ti ., V. li'ise liev, s srl Vli-e l nw i s I iif V. ll li - Mi! 1,1. I l:e 0 1 1 ! ! n 1 )( : n U 1 i I , in r Itml i.:lhs, i .it N:isivi;ie. head I lie r.amiei ainl your limiie -.iper. Ou'v M.tJiajrai. Stilisi i i,iiimi T.ikon At 'I'IOh (Itllcr, ROF? THE L.ADIEZS! Eli? PAPER PATTERNS. Tlte i;eilili!lc s-,!ii1ii-m Ms l.uly I'eader-i w Hit cut paper patients nl ail kinds lr latin s, jn is Imvs and men. All of 'easoiiab!e;:uriiieiils,(if (lie lat est st les, ami id a cost of ONLY me ICACI I. risew line (hey cost fruiii ''". to to cents. Id si-its id new yanneiils arc luililislied every week in l ite Uepulilic w ill) an iti'ilei' blank (or t lie patierns. I hoiisands ni I, idles in cety Slate have pur chased these liatlerns (iiiiiiti; ihe past year and ln-M-r a eomplaiiil. 'I'lit-y are invaluable and yon can save on Inese patleins alone every car iiiauy times the price ol lite paper. 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It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Cnstorlaisso well adapted tochildrontliat i recommend it as superior to any prescription known to mo." H. A. Arciieis, M. D 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. " Tho use of ' Castoria ' is go universal ami its merits bo well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few aro tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria Within easy reach." Cablos MjatTvs, D. D., New York City. Tbb Centaub wmimmmmnnnininnii e ' h is our I' c h . vs.s f . x , y NN v-'-v..- 1 ' u- s trv j,; p Will cure almost any ill to which Horse flesn w hjr. ri.-tcLUy valuable in 3 E diseases of long standing. Equally good for all live stock. Sold everywhere. 3 I THE WEBB MANUFACTURING CO., Nashville, Tenn. 1 S. J. 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Address uiU?iN a, Jv, w iouk, jl IluoAliwAY. Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I liavo recommended your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardkb, M. D., 12.)th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Company, 77 MurutAT Stbeiw, Nkw York Cot. innnnnnnrni'iniiitHnTi Perhaps lie is wearing out before his time. Some inward or outward imul'le Ulnv l: flodt rnviilfr Viiu ontt ax " - o o -s- suul usclulncs.-s. U s uie tritiui"; trouble that ouen kills the horse. f Hanmer's unimentl I a BBSS -AND- ndition 1 VVEAlS.TMiie7 hat is ' .-n'-'-, .. vs..-., ,s.- ' a 1 4 r o S f X r I