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FIIOM CIQ SANDY.
Mr. W)ly Dowdy Lrw juovimI in to liU in'v ri'i'lcnco. Mr. iJ iujk h HickH, who ri si'l' ij ! : i . . i t i i . town. lf T III 1-1. lion, .jnnit .s ,. Harris, ciuhIuIhic for (.;ovi'i in t, hiHilic to a i'o(h1 crowd lit rt' Sat unlay. f Mm. .J. I!. 5oin lias rfurni'i lioint' from ii vihit to relatives ami frii'iul at Taris. M r. V. P. Caraw ny, who has lx en on tlit tick-li.t for tli j;.-,t vc k, M ronvnli Hciiut nicely. Mi.-s S.-hi Clu ntliam, tln "Lilly ol Jaik Creek, nan beta visitm friend- hTt IhU wt't-k. Mi-.H Flora Liiiilsi-y, a rlmrmin;; youn lady o limn, :s t-jiriiiliii; few daH witli f ii inls here. Mis I'tiihy IHveiiri, of Cnmden, who has 1h en vis! t i nr fiii'iid.s at this place, letunu'd home Tuesday Dr. nnd Mrs. Reynolds, of I'lti-is, liave ln i n hlopt ii iilt in our midst thi.sw'ck on professional business, Miss Llaiieh Lowry, one of our charming lielles, has returned from n visit to relatives and frit-mis nt Krin. The little daughter of Mr. Lewis Hushing, who has been very low with pneumonia, is reported some belter. Miss Flora Akers and Mr. W. S. Ivayborn visited friends nt Enloe Saturday and (Sunday, returning Monday. Hurrah for Alf Lashlee, the next sheriff of this county. Mr. Lashlee lias made nu excellent official, and the Democracy of old Denton has decreed that ho serve us again in the capacity of sheriff. Among those who attended the Democratic mass convention yes terday at Camden were Messrs. J. A. Lames, A. N. Lindsey and II. II. Pierce. The Taylor men were out in full force, and tho conven tion was organized on a strictly Taylor basis. Mr. D. Sawyers, a young man nbout twenty yearsof age, died here ealry last Sunday morning of pneu monia, after an illness of nearly three weeks. Previous to his ill ness ho had been in Mississippi, where ho probably contracted the disease which ended in death. AVe presume the remains will be laid to rest to-day at the Ramble Creek Cemetery. All join in extending condolence to the bereaved family. Big Sandy, March 17. FKO.U DEVIDKK. Regular correspondence The people are rolling logs here for pastime. Cattle are on the roll. They are all rolling out of this section. In tho primary here last Satur day Sheriff Lashlee run just like he had four legs. Tony Cooper was disappointed sadly on account of the rain Sun day. There mav have been other disappointments we can not tell. "While hauling wood a few days ago S. It. Iligdon was injured in a runaway accident. Ihe mules ran only a short distance when the wag on struck a tree, and Iligdon was thrown out, receiving injuries in his shoulders and arms. We hope to see him out again soon. A chimney at the residence of G, Ilogg was discovered to be on fire yesterday. "While trying to extin cruish the flames a rock fell from tho top of the chimney and struck Mr. Hogg on the head. His inju ries were thought to be serious at first, but we learn to-day that he is only slightly wounded. Messrs. John "Walker and family and Buell Walker and family have moved in from Illinois, with the in tention of making this county their future home. A hearty welcome is extended them, and should there be others who have grown weary of life in the regions ot the blizzard stricken North, we invite them to come to Denton County, where the cost of existence is comparatively light, and where they can work the year round. Devider, March 17. FROM WYLTf. Special correspondence. Farm work is delayed on accoun of so much rain. Mr. W: F. Quillen went to Paris last lhursday on business. Mr. D. F. Quillen, who has been attending school at Big Sandy, has returned home. Mr. W. C. Pushing, the "early bird o this section, reports tha he has oats in tho ground. A cold wave struck this locality last week, which .was very uncorn fortablc after tin ph ai ant w ntl.tr preceding it. We are ejad to report that Mr. J. U. lit 1 1 in, w ho has been confin ed to his room bcvend days, is aide to be out a-'uin. An enjoyable entertainment was gicn the young people Saturday evening at the hospitable home of Mis. L. .J. Haw! y. M iss Llla .Jones, a most excellent young lady of Jlambh Creek com munity is making he r present home with the family of Homer Hicks. While going to the entertainment Saturday evening Roadie Hushing cxperiencd the chilling sensation of falling into a deep hole of water. While Mr. E. N. Quillen was re turning from a visit to a neighbor t lie other evening he was frightened by a nt range noise. He sought tho nearest way home without stopping to investigate. Many of our citizens are giving nioie attention to general improve ments. The old rail fencing is rap idly disappearing, and in its stead will be found substantial fences of n avy planking. Wvly, March 1G. I IIOM I.lliriiTY. Special correspondi-m e. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Madden are visiting r.ear Alice this week. We are requested to announce that Mr. J. A. Cowell will conduct a kohl' service at Liberty Sunday. He will also sins at Luterton the - . ... . J J fourth Sunday. A rim tniL' and candv-breakin' party was given at the residence of l "J YY. M. CntL near 1 latwoods, lues- day. Those who attended from here report a good time. In responso to a telegram which announced the serious illness of his brother, J. u. Hudson, of Ciaines- ville, Tex., Mr. D. K. Hudson left for that place last Friday, but his brother died Friday morning. It was indeed a 6ad shock to his aged mother. But cheer up, dear ones; take comfort and resign all to Him who doeth all tilings well, and some sweet day when the Father cometh to make up his jewels you will meet oved ones in a realm of peace and lappiness. W e extend our heart- felt sympathy to the bereaved rel- atives. Liberty, March 18. FROM A LICK. Regular correspondence. Miss Milbra Pallord is on the ist of sick this week. Mrs. Lillio Phifer and little son, Otto, visited here last week Gardening has been going on to some extent in this locality. Dr. 1. li. Lnter, of near Luter i.... ii i i t i ion, pusseu nere msi weeK going to Camden. iuessrs. u ranK 1'. lieatley and James 1'arker were at Camden last baturday. Mrs. bnsie llargis visited in tho neighborhood of Liberty Sunday, the guest of Mrs. Mary llargis. Mrs. h. 1 larmer is spending a lew days witli tier daughter, Mrs. Margaret Hartley, who is reported very sick. The post-office at Alice was re- tused an application ot Mr. diaries Earfield, but will now be obtained linrhohl I inf. will unvxr n nhtnnifxi by petition. Alice, March 16. FKO.H HOLLADAY. Regular correspondence. Mr. E. M. Dodd is with us this week, Mr. E. J. Legore, of Paducah, is . ... here tins week. llie primary election Saturday went oir very quietly, Mr. W. S. Morgan lias returned from a trip to Arkansas liev. I. li. Hubbs, of Uuena Vista, visited homefolks this week Messrs. Will Parrish and Eugene Bailey were at Family Sunday. Mr. Lee lJateman, of JNashville, Mr. Warren AVoods has returned O home, after an absence of several monttis at lucivenzie. Miss Florence Prichard. of Pop- lar Springs, was tho guest of Mrs. Snrnlt Prifnbnrrl tbia woolr Kj...... i w.. Professor Tucker and Miss Mary T 1 ii 1 1 1 IT ISeal attended a candy pulllllg 111 K ntwnndu KntnrHn v pveninf i latwoous oaturuay e buiiil,. Mr. AVrimit Jordan came verv . i i nr l tt near getting Crippled Monday. Jie u-na fli-ivintr a tpnm that, ran nwnv vas UUVing a team mat l ail I away, but Was Stopped before Mr. J Ordail j . received serious injury. Mrs.WhMeklandlitt Mrs Whitfilr1 nnrl littlpisrm TCitt lurs. v nuneici anu uuio bon, iviir, rpf.nrnod linmA lVidnv from mi p,x , i i -i i -i 1 or tended VlSlt at Camden, blie WSi3 nronmnnnipd liv Mrs TIitohpl nnd atCOmpanitU uy lurs. lUlltueil UUU two rhihlrn. tt lr -i -,rr iiuLLAuai, laiiiLii jli. THE PHIMAFiY El LCTlON. IV, A. jlil0 NiimliiMlotl fur lt-tvtliiii to Ilia linin of Mirrirr. Tht race between the candidal es for the Democratic nomination for the office of sheiilf was pleasantly conducted, and a very good Vote was polled in the primary rlectioii last Saturday. Sheritr W. A. Lashlee defeated Mr. E. (1. Flowers for the nomina tion by 1.7.1 votes. Mr. J. T. Camp, candidate for the Democratic nomination for trustee, had no opposition. The follow ing isatabulatt d state ment of tho vote by districts: li-,trUU. n i -j : 2 if H C First K T'.i 70 Si-i'iiml 4'- 7'i I.' I". I liinl .. 4.;i 4 47 4; ll'Mllll .1 '.'' 7 inh r.. tf, en Sixth 171 Vl 4"i ' Scvrnlli ;i j.'i V iflitli f7! Id M Nlctll 17 ! 1'. 'I'-nlli. Ilk', 1 in;, HI I li-vnitll k HI 17 "Hwlllli ;n 4 .'4; 1) Tllllli't-lllll 4 ' 4.' 4.' 1'iiuiirciiili ".'i;. ii ;i7 ;ui Total 71.V '.; 'XI 772 J. T. C;nnp, tho only candidate lor trustee. In this (fifth) district Will II Evans received 132 votes and 0. C. Hudson 75 votes for assessor. W. T 11 -11t i IT . Ijhriuoo received lUb votes, ji Dudley 2S and Jackson Beasley 1U votes lor constable fltOM KVA. Rnmiarrorn'sponiicmt?. The telephone men are with us again Tho primary election hercSatur- day was well attended Mr. and Mrs. Horace Perry vis ited near Alice yesterday, The new residence of Mr. Lon Sykes is Hearing completion Workmen are constructing anew dwelling for Mr. Joe Weatherly near this place Hon. D. "W. Herring, candidate for criminal judge, made a good talk hero last, lhursday Dr. H riyrht, of Huntingdon, was called here yesterday to see Mrs, Hamer. who is very sick The friends of Mrs. Newt Melton and Mr. J. B. Thomas will regre to learn that they are no better ur. Smiley Hartley, of Decatur County, was the guest of his uncle James Hartley, last week. He was accompanied home by his cousin Pat Hartley. Eva, March 17. FKOM McILLWAIN. Regular correspondence. "Pnrm work- isdelaved nn neennnt; nf too much rain. Assessor Gossett is in the lower eiu 0f ie comity this week .Misses Lula Cain and Nannie WOSSOn visited at Sugar Tree Fri day Afplvin Tucker and Miss Marv Neal, of Holladay, visited relatives bcrfl Saturday and Sunday, Miss Allie Wesson was called to the bedside of Mrs. Dr. Barnett.of Sugar Tree, who has the measles, nu. f..:...1, TVr. W,"li;n- Diggs will lament to learn of her illness. We join in wishing her a speedy recovery. L. L. v atson withdrew from the race lor assessor. Mr. iienson s majority over Fate Whitfield was i r Ihe primary passed olf very nuietlv i i MpTt.t.watw. Afarcli 17. I'ilU Do Not Cure. , Pills do not euro constipation. Thty only aggravate. Karl's plover root tea frivos perfect regulanty of the bcwels For sale by J. O. Presson, TO LAND OWNEKS. , Tour Title U Not Perfect Without Grant Under an Old Law of TenneHitee. 1 Wtt nnhliQ h t ha fr ! Inu-inry Inline f -vm t w 1rnfOH war nf ? ..m QV ti,e western district of Tennessee, at Jackson, to doseph Allen, county sur- vevor, which may be of interest to some P e readers of Ihe Chronicle Dear Sir :-In 1S41 the legislature of Tcmiossee I miauoil nn fif t. li'dii I- nir it iiprnriiiiitvlmliiiili.il. tenia IhimU io iwrfcct their tnics i.v applying for I a Killiiii wiiiiiu two yriiis. r.uf n siici: f f iiiiiu ii-k- isWuuro extended the time, until linally iiilHUl nie I(" Prwm Kiaius ex pueti oy lmma u d H u lrtll(ls t,ovei.ed liy ,,..,,, old e... tries reverted to the ismte. now, as couin.y surveyor, you iiinsi ob aware of the fact t hat there is a larue amount of land in your eouiuy einiiniced in me oiu eiuiies aoovo inKlltl(mt.(,illMi for which no Kraiit has ever heen Issued. All sueh lands are vacant lands, and are siihjcet to (in try liv any person who will sinildy mi v the fees of olllee. l'ersons holding or claiming lands bv virtue of , , , , , t f I)rio..itv. wilh no ..,. to sustain their claim, would uo well to secure a grant, at once from the .State, as they will wish thevhad done when they try to sell or convey the lH"d- Xl"7 are i'"ly claiming lands that are va(.;int. Tiie whole cost of obtaining a grant is as follows: For rcKister of land olllen. S2.'25: for secretary of State, CO cents, and the legal charges l ot tne county surveyor. J. U. lit lMX lKI. I'lr.l Friility f riirtiiiiuiil ml l.la Hum at tialnnatlllr, Tel. The IiewtS of the dt ath of Mr. J. J. Hudson, which occurred at his mine at (laiiiesville, 'lVx., hist Fri lav. was received here bv his rela tives and old friends and comrades with mingled ferlins of nidne.s and nrret. Although he hail not resided here for a number of years, ie was by no means forgotten by lisol 1 Benton County fiiends. He was out here last summer on a vis it, and was apparently in the best f health, l'hc following notice of his death is clipped from the Daily Leglster, of (tainesville: At -10 o'cl'tck this nioriiiiii' Iiuiies (J, llti, i-.ua tlii il at Lin ri'MiIi'ix'ti on N hIIi nnilnt rce slrei t, of iiihmihi'h in. The nit IM'litlt'Mllt! llilil oulv been hick llliiillt two weeks, Lilt mii to liu wcuk con stitution lie hiieeniiilit (1 to tin tli -fuse I ln ilei'i iisivl wuh a Mitive of ,'ti t t i Count v, Team sec, and wus (11) vein s ol,l lit the tinm of liin dentil. He m un ol I cx-Colifeileiute Holilier, mill tho-io hi knew him during tint lute civil wur ih one lUH-oid ivc liiui credit for lu in a In uve un. I etlhtrit soldier. After the wur he whs elected tax collector of liitconn- t y und set ved 1 j 1st people most accept, lid V lorlif'-een yearn. He ti mill v rt"if;ned that position and emigrated to Tixit", anil h- cuted ut Gainesville. U;on Lin un ivnl here ln luid only l' ccnti in Lis pocket. hat lieintf a man of untiring energy ami Ntei linj; integrity h went to work to re cuperate liis lost fortune, ami providence eiiied to Jmve Kinilcd n his t lloi ts, as he hud acquired u litindHOino cstnto be fore his tlemiso. The old Keidleimin was one of nature's nobleiLen, who guve in inncli to charity as nn v iiiau of hi means thut ever lived in (J;iiuesvil!e. He was honest to a fault, und had a heiirt brim- full of charity. He leaves u wife but no children. A Natural Iteautiner. Karl's clover root tea purities the blood and gives a clear and beautiful complex ion. Tor 8ulo bv J. O. I'ressoD. HON. TOM C. ltVK, We dip the following Washing ton special to the Daily American concerning Hon. Tom C. Rye in connection with the race for Con gress in this district. It will be appreciated by his many friends in his home county as well as all over the Eighth Congressional District: The largo number of friends Tom C. Rye. of Camden, Term., lias nnide for himself in Washington notice with pleas ure, bnt entirely without surprise, that considerable mention is being made of him as an available candidate to repre sent the Eighth district f Tennessee in Congress. It is not surprising that this young man is a' favorite, in hia own dis trict, as such statement would be the firtt presumption, judging from the place the eloquence and charm of his nature won for him with all who Lave been priv ileged to meet him in Washington, even though the fact was sustained by no ev idence. His associates here would- be unwilling to part with him for any other reason save that of serving the Demo cratic part-, believing that a true adlier ent has no right to lefuse to serve if the choice tails on him, and he must surelv regard as a. compliment the fact that his own district, which knows him out and out, reposes in him the interests of its people. Congressional material has rare ly been forwarded to asJuugtonoc ap proval,' but that fact is emphatically true in this case. If lorn live should return to Tennessee to-enter the race, he will be returned fromithe Washington public with hearty endorsement and all appro priate uiodals and awards. Should Ten nessee send him back to Washington, it will be in the opposite spirit of some re marks made in reference to another sou of Southern soil remarks which were rather pointed in regard to getting rid of tho immediate presence of a trouble some, pitch-forking individual. Nerves on Edge. I was nervous, tired, irritable and cross Karl's clover root tea has made me well and happv. Mrs. E. B. Worden. For taie by J. G. Presson. A CAItD OF T1JANKS. Mr. Editor: I desire through the columns of your valued paper to return my sincere thanks to the people of Benton County for their hearty and generous support in the pri mary last Saturday. When they elected me to the office of sheriff two years ago I promised them to exert myself to the ut most in the effort to make a good and effi cient officer, and I take great pleasure in the idea that my nomination by such un overwhelming majority is but an expres sion of the people of their endorsement of my course in the discharge of the duties devolving upon me s such officer. ' Again thanking them, I beg to sign myself Your humble servant, W. A. Lashlee. Captain Sweeney, V. S. A., San Diego, Cab, says: "Shiloh's catarrh remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any good." Trice 50 cents. For sale by J. G. Presson. A Medicine that Make a IMUn Hustle. Franklin Co., Tknn., May 16th, 1802. I ain forty-five years old, and have spent eiht years in bad health. I am a poor man and have to hustle for a living. Ily the use of three pack ages of Tlietlford's illack-Dratieht, I am now able to bustle in my market-garden, and am as stout as a mule. His the greatest medicine on earth, and does more than it is recommended io ao. I.. A. Hccfiow MlSCtLLANLOUS ADVUU'SINO- ( r",ihrilii'H Hil in1 .1 j frills t lint' t .ti Ii lu ll mi lt 1 Hill lit'J mi. Ml si I I) liv a I si I lit- I'MM.f Oil, for iktit; itl II VU 1 I V ' ml mini ititu It' et .o I.I V t. I Oil 'Mll- I . ii I i ll. f, itl II.VW I o i it il'ili.o ! o1, I II M N SI'A II l.s l.ii , al I IIH I It li'iN . .1. ! tilil' f ,tl .'.i t t til I" I liniitli Jl t itlf In lift (I el It W IiiiImmi tit Ihtttl. till HAW I.I V. 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Iliii Int. ik niiil lllllllli Sf t ll lli-.ll I'lll lliM't, lilt .-.lit! ill HAW S. rpo TfVfiil voiir t-liii k.-iis ft ..ui liitvli'' ; ;. 1 i;i;iii, i hii,ri.i itml nilii r uim .h" j1" iiifin, un- 1 1 ! t f Ii -li-itifil l.ii itl I'litiluy 1'L 1-or m:i l.v II Wl.l.V . )lt Ki t s, t .ti l 1-. i.-uii. .'tul iifitt an lliini lintt.t'.tii Lie f inn. I ill II AW I. I.V S. CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'm- ;ol vt'i 1 1 slim Mi aiiiler tills lifinl our (finis nt f "It iiilyfiisli in ;1 v.tiif n. i'111'tsliiiiii'.ln il ya I iiiillfalltili. frr For Juitc of tho Criminal Court. IWKKKTT.-VVV iir aiilliui ifd to iiiiiioiini-e jSiiikv ,1. r.VKio- i r a t iinilnliitf lor .luilne ol llif ( iiiiiinul ( unit (if III'' l.lfVfiilli .linliri.il l liriilt, fiiiniiovil ol llif foiililli s ot lit' Moil, lrt t'ltliir, Clitslfi', lli'iulf ismi, M.iiIisoii, Me N iill u itml I'fiiy. ulijfcl to the Ht lioii of tlif lt'iiu ci.ilit' .nt y. ,1M11,AN'1).-W are anthoriri'il to aiinouneo J ,1 A M h A. I'..(1LM k raiididute for .liidjin ol tlif Criminal Court ot the l.levenlli .lud'ria! Circuit, eoinposrd of the cmuitif of lli'tilnli, le- U nr. Chester. Ilnidfrtoo. M allium, ll'Na ri ami lVrrv. Subject to the actum of the Demo cratic arty. fllAYIiR. We are nutlioiit'd to ttiiiioiuieo John i. iam.ok a eaniimate lor .lutiitn f tlif Ciiuiliiitl Court ot the l.lfveiill. .tudu ial Circuit, coinjMisfd of the count irn of livntun, De catur, Chester, I leiidcroii, Madison, McNalry, nod l't'iry. Subject to the action of the Immiio- eratic party. II r'.l!ltl"(5. We are authorwd to annoiiii4 D. W. IlKitKiM; a canilulate for Jiuki ol the Criminal Court of the Kleventh .ludii-ww Circuit, coiiiooiied of Ihe counlies of lienlon, De catur, Chester, Henderson, Madison, McNalry, anil Terry. Subject to the actum ol the l)eiiu cratic party. When Baby ni f clt, we gare her Castorl. , When she wu a Child, she cried for Castorte. y When she became Mi, she clung to Costori. When the bad Children, she give them Caotoria. SALE OF LAND. C. F. Phillips &. Co. vs. H. C. Elmore. V Bv virtue of a venditioni exponas:a my hands, issued by A. Ii Brooks, cierfc of the circuit court of Benton County, Tenn., I will on Monday, the 6th Day of April, 1896, expose to public sale to the highest bid der, for cash, at the court house door in ' -amden, lenti., the following described tract of land situated in Ihe twelth civil tistrict of Benton County Tenn., and bounded as follows : On the north by the.u lands of Ballard, on the south by thl lands of Dpe, on the east, by the lands or Holland and on the west by the lands of Cole, containing by estimation 1G4 acres. Said-real estale is levied upon as tha property of defendant, II. C. Elmore, subject to the homestead riidits whatever they may be of the said II. C. Elmore in und to said land. The same was con demned and oidered to he hold by the circuit court of Benton County, Tenn., at. the Lecember term. 1805, to satisfy K judgment in favor of C. F. Phillips & Co1? against JI. C. Elmore for the sum of $53. 30 and all cost. ' This February 26, 180(5. W. A. LASHLEE, 15-4 Sheriff. (DO OV WANT IT?) And the Weekly Commercial A peal Twelve monihs. In order to secure 100,000 subscribers the follow ing offer is made: To the subscriber first iniess inie the correct or nearest, correct number of bales of cotton received in Memphis from Seiitember 1, 1811.), io may 16, inclusive, ihhb, as lollows: it correct or nearest to the correct guess is received on or before February 23. lsofi. it gets in canlx $'2,500,00; if in March.'lKiKi, l,r00, but if not till April only S50O.0O. 1 lie. contest closes April 30. lieceints in former veins were as follows: Up to Mav 15, 18U4, 4,3l bales; to May 15, 18U5.5S1, 181 biilen. Fifty cents must accompany every cuess fiy twelve monlhs' subscription. Sample cony f- Address, COMMERCIAL AITKAL. U Memphis Tenn. A special contract enables us to offer The Weekly Commercial Appeal Hnd Thr Cmkont Ci.k for one year for only 91,20 casli In advance; also allowing (jiiesis on cotton received in Mem phis. Subscriptions may betrin atany time. Ad dress all orders to Thk C'huonicle, Camden, Tenn. CLAUDE HUDSON DEALER IN Staple anil fincj .Groceries. TOBACCO and CIGARS, Fine Jewelry and Pocket-Knives, E rp FLOUR A SPECIALTY. V I Hard Time.Prioes on Everything,