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lil!;ir. Van. 1. i !.n n' now lm at Ill in ('annli-il for ji f, it 1 1 in, tin.) lire fvu' in;.: tint I',, it. man idl. 17. I'u'il, f-:iiiiiiin our woik iwnl ; t mir iins. fvilKfji't ion ii. ir.u, tt c,l. I INAI. WAIIMMI, My ) i;.i . ur J o.t.tl, inn! lu.i-v-r fl'i" I'll v.es o!i siiinc will IO fivi li the full f- unit v of tli,. law. It. J.. Tiiwm. FAllt. WAIIMMI, , Tli t im-iinM'H of my ol,l i,,n. jli,.,. in ( 'lUllilell, Trim., lire t t. U'nl s liu- i v r tifi s l!u con will given ti,.. f ill li. iuilty of tin- l.iw. MitH. Mu,l YAu:i;..r,n. Ciiia.lcn, A i i-1 1 I MO, 15argain-hiinters are advised to keep an eye on our "Miscellaneous AdvortisiiiLr." W. C I'.v xirt'H' if :i ciiiliiii.iii r , m :t h in inv liati-W, l-siicl I v .. I.. l.r.H.U-, tiei i. i the , ii. Hit court ( lViit"ii ('"iniiv 1 IHH-l..', 1 ill l.ll Monday, the 3rd Day of Juno, I Z05, Xi"t t 1'iil.lir c;i'f lu tin' 1.1,'ln t bil .r, lor t a-h, at the court In. use ,ir in ('lllii.lrll, Ti.IIH'Sii'i,1 1 he follow iriL' ilo- Hi llln 'l llll'l Mtilati"! ill tin- I'lHlii'liUi ivil iliM l il t ff I . i 1 1 1 H I'iiUhI V. Tt litn - M-I-, I'li'l Immiik'umI uk (oiott, lo-W il : ( III till' ca-d I'V tin- lati'l ii( Join--. m tl. t-i.iiih t y tin l.wi-l ol TlininaM nii'l Caniji Hil l oil l Ml H t 11 II I all' I I I 1 I"II, illl.l nilitail.s, ,y t i 1 1 ia! ii !! , 1'-"' IliTrs. ; li. l.iliil i li' ii'ii 11 J . in jim tin llll'llVl.li'il iiltrl rt-t of S. M . 1 tol hi i N. '1 iif f. lino w :h oiiii-ii.iii'il mill oiili'ii il t Ih m!'I I v tin iivint i iiu t of lli'iitnii Coiinl v, Tciiiii- at in. ,irii urni, ivi, tit cati-dy a jiiil.'iui'iit in favor uj W, ('. Kat mi l ituMinM ! M. II'ilirrN ("f the Mini 't $".- ainl tin msls. V A. LASllI.r.K, '.'" I Mirritr. VThr n flabr u sick, ite rf her Oi"torta. When bIib km a CliilJ, klie, cried for Ctt.it oris, W'lfa the became MU, uh-s dung to C'ai.toria. W'bfn she had Children, he gave them Ciatori. CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. VV. M. Johnson against J. VV. Alston In iiln'ihcnr, to a dtvivit of tin elian- ff-ry court at Camden, 'IViiiu-ski-c, hkoIi in tlic raiifi of YY. JolitiMut vs. .1. V Alston, notio is lieix- "ivcu tliat I will sell at pnNii- outcry in front of tint cast floor of tlic coiirt-lioiisi' in ( riiiiilcn, leti iicsKri, on Saturday, May 25, 1895, to the liihi'st and la-si Liddcr tlic follow- In described land: I.yini: in IVnton UiHinty, TrimcHsoo, lit'iiinin on ii fallen Avliitcoak, elm pointers, on tin bank of liirdsonir Creek tin northeast corner of the llarwood Si Harris land then Kouth (Y2 polos to a stake in a field ; then cast lil olt's to a postoak, noar a lioust ; thence south l:; poles to ii postoak, tint lino of the llarwood it Harris iittut; tin-net! cast f7 poles to a stake with postoak pointers, the northwest, corner ot A. J. Mmth s land thence north ','. poles to the south hound ttry line of an entrv in the name of Duel Minus; thence Kit) poles to il stake with postoak pointers; thence east IS poles-: to tlisouthwesteotneriii f-aid entry ; tiience with the same ,.) tioles north in Jhnlson (yreek, thence up said creek hank with its meanders oS deirrees west 1( poles thence south I'C de-rices west 10 polcw thence -.oiith 'M. decrees west L'f poles thence south Vf1., decrees west 15 poles thence south (i." decrees west 22 poles thence north (ilj.j decrees 10'j poles to the lieu'innm, containing ,!) acres and b'2 poles. Also one other tract known as the Stiall land, to satisty u iudLrnieiit in favor of the complainant for the sum of $1)!M).'! and cost of this cause. Tkh.ms or Sale. Said laud will hi! on a credit of (i months, free from the equity tif redemption. The purchaser will he required to jzive approved security, and hen will he retained niton the said land lor the payment of same. This April 2!, 1S!C, 1) i. HUDSON, L'4-4 Clerk and Master SALE NOTICE. On the lSth day of May, S!0, at the rust door ol the court-house in Lainden Tennessee, I will expose at pnhlie sale to the highest bidder, tor cash, the tnnhvid ml and half interest in the lands of which D. II. Whitfield dieil, seized and pos pessed of, anil now belongs to J. M. and J. II. Whitfield and to be sold as their property to pay debts as set out in trust need of which you are rcterreit to Kegis ter's Office, Benton County, Tennessee Book E K, itaues 2o.'3 and 2o4. This land is located in the first civil district of Ben ton County, Tennessee, on the Tennessee Kiver, and consists of seven hundred and (750) fifty acres in the whole tract, and to b(i sold subject to trie widow s home Btead and dower rijjht. This April 22, 1895. A. C. McISAH, 23-4 Trustee SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. Earp vs. J. M. Roberts. FHOM WYLY. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. H. Falls & Co. against Whitfield Brothers. I'.y virtue of a venditioni expon.n in inv Maii'l1., iM.Mieii lv A. K. I. rooks, clerk f the circuit court of Heiilon Cuiiiity, 'eiiuessee, I will oil Monday, the 3rd Day of June, 1805, expose to public salt! to tin highest bid- u r, for cash, at tin coint-lion'e iloor in Caniileii, Tennessee, tlie following de scribed land lyin in the first civil, dis trict of I'.i ntoii County, Tennessee, and bounded as follows, to-wit : On theiiorlh by the Tennessee llivcr, i-n tin south by tint lands of .lohiison, on the cast by the lands of Kliiah Woods, and on the -vest bv tin lands of l'hillips, said to contain 7U0 acres, more or less. The said real estate is levied upon as the undivided in terest of hittield l.ros. I he same was condemned and ordered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton County , Teniies- at the April term, 1S'.15, to satistv a judgment in favor of J. II. Falls Co. and airain Wlntlield lros. for the stun of $201.15 and all costs. This Mav ti, LS05. W. A. LASIILKK, 25-4 Sherid'. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. Plantation Pharmacy Company vs. Whitfield Brothers. Bv virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands, issued bv A. li. Brooks, clerk of the circuit court of Benton County, J ennessee, 1 will on Monday, tho 3rd Day of June, 1895, expose to public sale to the highest bid der, for cash, at the court-house door in Camden, Tennessee, the following de scribed land I vim; in the first civil dis trict of Benton County, Tennessee, and bounded as follows, to-wit : On the noi by the Tennessee Biver, on the south bv the lands ol Johnson, on tiie east by the lands of Elijah Woods and on the west by the lands of Phillips, said to contain 700 acres', more or less. Said real estate is levied upon as the undivided interest of Wlntlield Bros, ihe same was con denined and ordered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton County, leitnes see, at the piil term, 1SD5, to satisfy i judgment in favor of the Plantation Phar macy Company and against Whitlitld Bros, for the sum of if.iS.;;.) and rw costs Tins .May v, '.. W. A. LASIILKH. 2o-4 Sherill' Kl" "llal l.ll O I I.'IH I ' Mi -srs. ('. II. Cro-noo A S"iini turning out titnln-r 'it u livi !v in Wo li nn, (ha! t!n- hiM of t ill.'.. i .1 .Ml'. I. i. Iu-.!iii) ; oi, i'iy ii-uiiy I oil in it fitully sf sin 4 hy a colouy ('f hotiry I'l osoiii' day l o tvi t k. Tilt (!l(Utli Wfis lu'okon on the 7lh iiislattt ly f;'l rains, nnl tii"to rain with a v, wave sdin k l!iis m cliim Satuiiliiy. A li'lit fro; ( oc. cuiriil Sumlay inoniin. Atpros t lit it llirrati'in rain. Mr. L. A. Wyatt has m arly all liis lnacliiiit-iy on (In- i,'iotiiiil, ami will soon have his mill nmly for sawing linili r. Your liuniMc s r vanl, lias the contract for cutting all tin tiniliof for hiijiilyin tint mill, ami Boan cuttiicc itlat week. 'l'lio cut-w onus an doin a deal of (lainau'c to the coi n ami u; union crops. Almut oni-t hi nl loon. --half of tho coi n lias hern ami will he re- Tuano'd. im uamae can not. oe H.scortaim-tl yet, as the worms are si ill preyini; on the yotiii ' corn as asl as it comes on! of tin ground. Mr. A. .1. liOckliaiL is makim; (reparations 1o repair tin (itveii tt'ier mills that lie purchased hoiiie- time ai-o. However, there is still room for more mills in tho corner if they can work hickory timher, for tin-re is vast ijuantit it s of it here that is not contracted for and it is very valuable v heat has nmdi; a rapid -j;rowlh hiriiej; the past week. Messrs. K. II. 1 If rrin it nd V. II. Lockhart have IS acres of wheat in one Held that is conceded by nearly every body who has seen il, to be tin best prospect for a lare yield on an av erage in this locality, yet there .are others who have small lots of wheat that is very line indeed. Hut wo fear tin nisi, as we learn the wheat is beiii;' ruined by it in our sister county of Henry. Outs have just spread out since thoy ;ot a jjjoot Irmk. Wvly, May 11. MiSCLLLANLOUIi i iii. I I . I I I I ! i ,1 I' , I. O ...H S! ! i ADVUMI.;!NG. i a iiii.ii i i '. I ! , ll- .1 1 o 1 - H !l 1,11 ,ll.' H I. ,1.1 I II V U I V ,.i I ' .1 I in. I t I' M NL, . I no .i i. I:. ! i tt.e i t;... i:, .!, i.i li. , i ; . i . 1 1 i i . I 1 1 1. 1 .l'!- l.iw i l in i !.! in u i, ! , i ii., .i i' hill.- .ii, .1 ; I l 'i I... ami . ii i i lh;.l I In nl I Ml "i in. I. 1 in.! Ih. M I-1 S vi. i-1 1: v 1 1. s .m l "lali. .. I I ..in .-. o:h. i I. S I li. Al l, I'O I I S. tl,l: M, I v. 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In' V '( V lu nil II It in ' la .1 !i' I , I , nl' an w inn .' i'!m' .i . al.- la .. aii.i tlial w iiiili-r M. im' Hi ami ).i 1 I'.W IH I.'ll i M I In I'liiui I ( .in I I I '1 .1-1.1 .. m il " . '.- I '.ll ll'T. Si. i- I i'.i' H i la nl. il'-a I tin i'l I i 1 i il. . ii. i! .n', i ,ii, .mi. I -1 H, A I !. . Col I s. ). Tra is If , 1,1 . , I ll 'l l , l 'i'" ,. lrn. S. it , i, -i ,. . i LAIHKS I I ATS. lit) 4 ,h k. 1 I Poor alealtn nvans ;,f much more th.in y you imagine serious antl at.il uiscascr, result from trilling ailments neglected. Don't play uitli Nature's 1 greatest tift health. CLAl-DH HUDSON, liKAii'r : ki:s vmi Flour, ffeal, Ginned Fruits. TOBACCO and CIGARS, Applks, Oranges, Coffek, Sugar, E.tc FRESH CIDER A SPECIALTY. Hard Time Prices on Everything. FOR XH! LADIES ! I Brown's Iron itters II nu arc fpr'aii); ut ol "iH. rjk jr ainl criirfallv c- I .in lr., nrivmi", E liuve tn Bii-'iiu- L anil r in'l wm'. $ t , ' ik- llii; tltr inoM Ifllu j lilr Mmii'llirumi; S, in, -(in llir.u 111. ti li 1 I'tnwll Itnll I II- trtl. A Irvv li.'l- J t!r ruf-hrnrtit vprv lirit diis,'- i! rtsm't ttiim y. tirtn. and il 1,1,. i H.I lu takr. '.' It Cures 1 1 tt r HiQQis Ceolpal H ml I w I Willi sell tickets at ONE FARE for the ROUND TRIP pi i pins Wl If . 1 If ii I LI iiilli-s of MiMiinliis kVfl li?A M Ell El on Mav 11 to 2i, Sncliislve, limn iidints over m) liulrs, as lur as iJitckson, .Miss., Inclusive, May lo to 13 inclusive, Account ot tilt! Inter-State Drill and - Encampment At Mcniplils, May 11 to L'I. A (,'raiul occasion wliic.ii you call iiotalloiil lo miss. Tickets ptMttt to rctui'ii until May 'Si. Tickets of llliuois Ocn tval liailroad ticket at-cnts. F. It. Howes, Assist ant, (ieiii'i'al riisseiiKt.-r Awut, New Orleans. 3MB B b-tyOifca&ftJ t?RrrK" 'S THE BEST. V A SmI NOSQUCAKINOi bj1. Ana oiner Bpecimties ror . ts. 'Oohtlomen, Ladles, Bojs and Hisses are tue Best in the World. Bee descriptive advertise ment which appears la this paper. . Take no Substitute. '. t loaM on having W. L. "V DOUGLAS' SHOZB, , with name and prte "-.... ', r ...- tampod on bottom. Bold by J. W. BATEMAN, Camden. VV. F. HARRISON, Holladay. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. Z. M. Walker vs. T. J. Cates et als. P.y virtue- of a venditioni exponas in my hands, issued ly A. Pi. J.rooks, clerk of tho circuit court of lU-nton County, Tennessee, 1 will on Monday, the 3rd Day of June, 1895, expo.se to public sale to the highest bid der, for cash, at the court-house door in Camden, Tennessee, the following tract of land, known us the John Harper land, situated in the sixth civil district of J'.en- ton County, Tennessee, and bounded us follows: On the north by the lands of Camp, on the south by the lands of Har per, on the east by the lands of Richards and on the west by the land of Camp. Also one other tract of land known as the II. II. Htigall land, situated in the twelfth civil district of said county and bounded as follows, to-wit: On the north by the lands of Walkins. on the south by tho lands of Nance, on the east by the hinds of Oowell 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 said county and bounded as follows, lo-wit: On the north by the lands of Johnson, on the south by the lands of liarnes, on the east by the lands of I'arnes and on the west by the lands of Oxford. The same was condemned and ordered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton County. Ten nessee, nt the April term, 18!5,to satisfy a judgment in favor of Z. M, Walker and against T. J. Cates and others in the sum ot $o5. 70 cents and the costs. Tiiis May (, 1805. VV. A. LASIILEE, 25-4 Sheriff. liiv'.ular I'oiTcsponiiciicc. Mr. Halt! lias comiiletetl liis woii and liar) movotl hack to Bi; Sandy Our farmers are done planthiL and are now plowinir their crops Miss Mary Smothers was the attest of Miss Emma BrouLrhton Sunday. Mr. Alex. 1 Jell, of Camden, was the attest of Mr. Ihomas Urolith ton Sunday. Mr. Lester, of Hollow Hock, vis ited his aunt, Mrs. Mollie "Watson, this week. Quite a crowd from here attend ed the foot-washing at Mount Car mel Sunday. Jlev. Mr. Smothers delivered an excellent sermon to a small audi ence at Mount Zion Sunday. Miss Florence Nance is visiting relatives at Martin this week, and this is why Mr. Deasley is com plaining. Mrs. Anna Hushing, Miss Fan nie and Master llerschel Ueasley visited menus at Camden one -day last week. Mr. Vessio Elmore, of Tleasant Grove, visited the family of Mr. John Watsou Sunday. I wonder why he calls so often? UAiiriELD, May 14. BIT PAPER PATTERNS. Tile l:eiillilie Mipi'lu-s its 1 : 1 I y I cm del s w nit cut paper p.ill'.i tiH hi ail Minis lur lailics, prls 1m.s ami men. AH of scasonalili' iiai niciils, nl the lat est s li s, ainl at a cost of ONIvV loc EACH. I'.lsi'uhei'e tliey cost f i oni 'J," In lo cents. I lesi'ins uf new '';M incuts live piililished everv week in lilt) lieimlillc Wltii all oilier lilank lor tin.- patterns. I liimaliils of ladles ill ev ery State liave pur cliasfl these pallet n dm inn tin- past year and never a complaint. They an- invalnahle and oil can save on these patterns alone eveiy year 'many tunes the price oi the paper. Subscribe at once fur Ti8rinwice-3-7eek Republic ONLY 11.00 A YI"AK. "Iwiee-n-wcek" will be sent t.'ee for one Iy.crcpsla, Kidney end Liver J I Neuralgia, Troubles, J Constipation, Rad IllooJ Malaria, Nervous ailment s ' Women's complaints. f '.. t on 'y the pi-iiuine it li.is crossed rrd i hum till tli.- wrapper. A l utl-.eis iiieM.ii- "t S s'.i'.ul. s. tin rcn ii't of two ?e. stamp ii F i!l sp"d s.'t of Ten Bcuutilul Vv'oriJ'a luir lcw and book live. k BROWN CHtMiCAU CO. BALTIMORE, M0. WEATSJRHJEMARksr COPYRIGHTS. l'i vear to any person sending, lie fore March !,ac oftliiee new early subscribers, Willi lo pay for tin-same. ' If yon want a pacUani" of Simple Copies utile tor t liein. Address al! nidi' Tile Ib'plllliii', St. I.mils .Mo. 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WW Ol'll CLUBBING OFFEK. FKOSI lAYrATTS LANDING. IS s5:t;v V 4 ' V aL;N.j.'vX 'v.ll,3 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. IteguUir t'orivspoiideiice. Messrs. J. W. Matlock and son, Harry, were at Camden r rtday. We have had a tew cool nights, generally called blackberry storm. Mr. 1. C. Eesho and family, or Texas, are visiting- friends and rel atives on Eagle Creek. Ho says there are some fine farming lands in Texas. As a rule the farmers have fin ished planting, and some are ready to plow out their crops. The acre age, planted to peanuts is consider ably above the average. The friends of Mj.C E. T. AVoods will be glad to learn that, ho is im proving in health, and is able to sit up for the first time in eight or ten mouths. We hope he will be able to attend to his farm and other business in a short time. Pavatts Landing, May 13. ""Cnetorla is so well adapted tochildren that t recommend it as superior to any prescription known to mo." IT. A. Arciikk, M. I)., Ill So. Oxford St., llrooklyn, N. Y. OUAKTKRLY CON FEKENCK. P.y special titTitneineiits we oiler Home and Farm iiieoiiibinatioii with Tun Cjiiionh'lk for 1,liemi! the price, of our paper alone. This is for all new subscribers renewing find paying in ad vance, we semi Home and Farm one year free. Homo and Farm is a lo-page agricultural join nal made by farmers for farmers. Its home 'depart ment is unequaled. Its children's (lopartnieiit is entertaininn and instructive. Uenew now, and get this great agricultural and home journal free. Uoiuouiber, this offer oniy holds good until .Inly t, 1 !.". All subscribers accepting this olieriinis't remit direct to this olllce. No commission will be allowed agent 4 taking subscriptions to Tun .Tiku I'.'i.E which include ilouie and Farm. The second tpjarterly conference of the Camden circuit will be held at Camden Friday morning before the fourth Sunday in May. It is an important meeting. Delegates to the district convention, which meets at Huntingdon in July, will be elected at that time. Let all the official brethren bo sure to come T. F. CasOn, pastor. "Thousoof 'Castoria' is so universal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It. Few aro tho intelligent families who do not keep Ca-storia Within easy reach." Caklos Mabtyn, I). D., New York City. Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills 'Wornis, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without Injurious medication. "For several years I havo rocouimonded your 'Costorui,' and Kuall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Takdee, M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Tub CENTAtnt Company, 77 JltmtuY Strekt, New York Cm 'fflimnimiimmnmiinnirfiiiiiinnm IB t. ' " j v Hf . 1 x r Vaei s, ' v Horsefl rcrhaps he is wearing out before his time. Some inward or outward 3 trouble may lie destroying his Rait nud usefulness. It's the trifling trouble that often kills the horse. Hanmsr's Linimoml -AND- 3 Pntinitinn i)fti!f!ftyft Will cure almost any ill to which horse flesh is heir. Especially valuable in g diseases of long standing. ISqually good for all live stock. Sold everywhere. : I THE WEBB MANUFACTURING CO., Nashville, Tenn. jiMiiiiwiiiiiiiiiim