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h i! in. ti j "1 j Ul. XVIII. No. 1H. CAMDEN, TENN.. FRIDAY. APRIL It. WW. Wnor.i- No. Kll n CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. .(("'ii'f . Howe, ml Hi 1 : i m: t 'sir, ft alxVM, it. Ilaili'y. tf . H nly. II (ll.-.ii'li ' n i ii (),-' I. f tin- ('l,aii ,C(TV I'u'Ut lit '.Hnili-u. Te'llic--e, ii. ildc in tkimaiisiv ii. 'liiv i 1 1' i" rivtn Unit 1 will sell ni inl),:i o ,,1-t ion i i rum f lln- .tHtyiin i- . I lie ( iiiil t li l;.-i' i.i I ;i iiiij.' 1 1 nil Mi.V.!,1V M.iy J , lS'.ilt, nt II i"il, !) Hie l.iu'li- ,M unti 1,1-1.! t U-r . (In' f,'!!i,',vii'-,' tracts ,of l.iihl, i-limit..,! i.i thf t!ur I riv.l ili. ! rift .of Iicnt'in i''iu!if, ii.tiii, l.;irii.'-. (if W men sue :,, I'ir.-l irici !4;r itit.r 1!U i'.y .;( Of III'.! IMiI'lliWcSt ci, I II, -r uf ,UI i nl I V ilj (!.:(' HiMiit' nf N;H liii'iii-i i'tUiiin-; y ;ii ;i sdai.c, nill tlll Mill.-. Kit "l!l'S I'l II KIUK1- fras, ilu'", on i :t;i .t ;-,iil;i.r ii !i! ,-r ; llit'iu-c HdU-'i "(J l' ili t- t .1 It i-kn. y , -i V. .,' . ', i'.. I 1 1 ill J). iAi',1'1' . ; iIicikv t-;i! (II .,:; (m u i. ! ry, two lii.-Uniy '.fit.-r- ; lii.- n i' ii.,nli ;'l polcM (, ii i ,i,'l.it niiUnr I'Mi 1 1 it: U try pointers; Uii'iuc caM T-t U; a M!ile in ,l'ini -oii Cm-i-U . fliii nil '. :i-.li i't,'u;tii!-rt ; tiieiic- norih l'2 i'iKf-; i!u i if 'Jiiw north of lll('ll''t! Wl'.-L pole-, ; t!n i:ct tl. TRUSTEE'S SALE. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. ly virtue (f the power juel initiioril v i.'-'e 1 in mo by tr:nt (i-jcd of Juiih-k N. Al-U'.i lllHl Mile. ,NMIICV AISUli, tlUK'cl i;e- o ii i : icr !ii), n iiii'i! iii I 'mo IT". i I (', in ilie I, '.m-i.'i 's oili .f I'n'iiton ( 'oiur , I'enii.. I will ell'i'l-for i-t' I-.' oiiMl polt.s.; l.i.i-iu-e i t 1 1 1 ti jioii'h; !i rtt tllOliee CO"1 liorlll of Hi north '27 polei-i will :8 poles; th .'iO"1 t'iiHt of i. -rih IS poles ; .i.Irn; tl'itu",' mill1! IS poh'n; st 2S ni.ileM : then.. i the nu'ii.if(!;rs of-.'-uiil -cr i, !i cou l'l jiial si, e,, n an e,:o. i-yca-in in an-1 ):iifv.'ooil poinitj-.s ; ih encc Jimtli of wh nI IS j.oles to ii hi i-eli, hickory and domvuo.l poi'-iLer; thvii"e wet 17'J yioh-K to a ftnk three jo-i.e t r.i,-1 'mi'Ic ory pointers; (hencn komiIi "'2 po.e.- io n blackoak, d;i;wood mid 'whiteoak point ' ers r, tlj-.!ni'(' suiitli l;'lt jm'i to the bi-j;i:t- jiinji, coi.Uih'.in: by titiuuilioii ;I!S a;res, ? .moro or le.. Second traet. Keiiiiiii,, at a stake in i Bird-soil'.; ('reek, 74 poles ea.-t of the north t woFjL'iorjier of an eiury in the :iainc of i H'tSv t'anip; inns west 74 pokv to a : .dou'iili! maple, .with hickory pointers; thencf, Houth 7(i poles to stake in said , .creek; tliencn iluwa naid creel; with its S meanders, to tho. beji'mninjj;, coutaiivinjj 25 acren, more or less, , " .Z. B.-lIov7t fir., died seized and pos ! 1 -sessed of said above described tracts of land, - ; ; T'lEFMS OK SAJ E. : i Said sale w ill be on a credit of 12 and "i 18 months, except 20 per cent. cash. H "i-tr'R with approved, security will be re- lt qunVi of the purchaser, tuid a lien retain- r J , ed on the land as. turttier Becunty. This 27tli day of March,- ISO!'. D. G. HUDSON, Clerk and Master to ,!!iv hijii t lii'loer at the emirt bons" dooi nt t',;iih1.-ii, in mid couiily of lion ton, Vedncnd:iy April 1!', IS'.f.t, between ilie hours of 2 :tini 2 o'elo- k lie foil' w ini de.'-cnbeil jo'ojierty : . L ci-j-'ain Inn t of l.n d situated in the eighth civil diiitrict rane 7 f-ection 6, con- a trij) to lUIU'ket taming 10 1 nere.H, Jie;;iniiiii;: on a Ktauc with In i ' Ii . f i 1 1 ci -1 tru ' i i pomler:- ; ion:--,ii!'i 2" p.'leM to a t-ialve liieloiry :ku s;i;s:ilras pollitorx J thence '(t t) po'e-t lo n fitiil;: , tiieiu e sooth (j 4 poles to u red o ik ; tliei,!-.' west IIS poli-n to a popiar po-lu;ik j . t i : . 1 1 t" .- ; iheiice south 7() pole lo the ie. ri liea;-! eonicr of an entry in llu name of Iv Wvtrul: thence west D;l poh-s ; thence north with the cast boundary line of an eiilrv in the iiaiue of bvverlv ilei l eu (,ii i idles ; liieiuv east ;() tioles ; the!ici south S poleM : tlience east 20 poles ; tlienci north S i-olcH ; thence cast 10 poles to a stake two oonlar pointers: thence, north 1 lw east lolj poles to a whiteoak standin; on the south ni'le of (Jreenbrier (.'rc-i-k It. L. J'ltilliiH Kpotit Sunday at Evu. A Hprinkle of snow fill honi lust Salnriluy. Carlos Findley l.f.rt returned from lirdibOCr. I. Ii. J)iidc3 lias rcttiriit'd from Hon. AV. L. Jlorris ppent Sunday with Ins family, returning to Nf li vill'3 that evening. Iarria;;o liconsi-n hno -suod by County (Hnk (1. 1. (Jrc r to llayntond Anderson nnd J'.ll ti :,!itflndl. 'JL'lui woatlier lias hocn lnorc like Fjn iiiL; this week, and funiio.'S and pardoners aro endoavori:) to make up for lost time. A. W. Pre.sson moved to IJollow i ! who o..k, dogwood and (.-im jmiiiters ; theiie.' up the iiieaiiUcrms of sael creek ,oii lh (12"' ea.-t 2") poles ; tlu-nce in an east ern direction with tho meanders of said (ireenbiier Oteek to the beejnuinj.'. I'.e in the laud conveyed by J. 1'. Smaller to J. N. Alsun bv deed rccoided ii. Book M, pne 221, in the ltei.stev's ollice of said couiii v. Said proju'i'ty is sold to foreclose a trust diH'il isiven bv J N. and Nanev Alsun to the Fanners' Savings and Bnilding and 111P63 Loan Associnlion, of Nashville, Tenn. TBIEMS OF 8A.L1!. C:ish, free from the equity of redeinp tioi. and the r;j'ht of dower and homestead. March 20, 181)0, W. II. RAYMOND, S. L. Peet.ek, . Trustee. Solicitor for tlie Farmers' Savings and Building and Loan Association. 18-15 it Clerk L. It. Watson went I-Qcl: yesterday, where hn will en gage in muling, having rented the roller mill at that place. Tho attention of tho county h- loiiii ia called to the) condition of the court-yard fence. It needs re pairing on tho north bid. Tho timber industry is still very active, and the daily delivery here oil bolts and railroad timber gives employment to a large number of ti I ' Mothers! TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND. i r; i rrHE discom- I forts and 1 j -r child-birth can be almost en tirely avoided. WineofCardui relieves ex pectant moth- j j ers. It -gives Bf -, At- ttl O-Ptl- iiaiyiK---JL-vx ri . t v..puts them in t r condition to do their work perfectly. That makes preg nancy less painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after , child-birth. It helps a woman bear strong healthy children. "has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years. A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby. No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine of Cardui. . $i.oo per bottle. - -4 .3 : . Jifj In the consolidated Cannes of the Cain den Bank and Trust Co., A. C. Mcltae, administrator, and V. F. Harrison vs. James 11. llatley et als. In Chancery at Camden, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree rendered in tho above styled causes at the March term of the chancery court at Camden, I will on Saturday the 18th day of May, 1899, on the premises of James 11. Ilatlej, in the first civil district of Benton County, Tennessee, offer for sale to the highest bidder 84 1 acres "of very line Tennessee River bottom farming land together with a road through T. L. Johnson's land. A full description of said land will be givei on day of sale. THIJM8 OF SAM!. One-half cash, and the remainder on twelve months time with good person al security on note and lien retained on said land for further security, aid sale free from the equity of homestead, redemp tion, etc. This April 12, 1809. 8. L. PEELER, 13-18 Trustee. .1. W. Saunders, of Nashville, ia lero on business. Circtt to Nashville yesterday. I). G. Hudson was at Nashville and Chattanooga this week. C. II. Sullivan has returned from an extended stay in Arkansas. Uepresentativo A. P. Lashlee was at home a few days this week. ,TohnNotgrass,of Christmasville, wa3 here Saturday on business. Jesse Farmer, of Claud, entered teamsters. school at Benton Seminary last The B?uton Cmmty Teacher8. 1 V-v'V 1(1 I iWll UJbvTlO 11171 tWUIUi'JUi An interesting program has been town this week on professional bus- prepared, and it is thought that there will be a large attendance of Mrs. D. B. Thomas, of Eva, was teachers and students. the guest of Mrs. Maggie Whitfield xi. C. Utley writes from Hunt Wednesday, ingdon that Prof. J.--A. Baber will U. A. Potts, buyer for Stigall & attend the meeting ol the Benton Potts, has returned from the east- County Teachers' Association here em markets. to-morrow, and will lecturo on the Mesdames Leona McDaniel and subject of "Grammar." AY. D. Steele have returued from a Berry Melton, of Way, who was visit at Nashville. arrested by Constable Felt Farmer Rev. N. Ii. Waters will preach at on a poace warrant sworn out by the Methodist Church next Sunday R- & Tonkins, was turned over to forenoon and evening. Sheriff E. E. Fry Saturday, and We decline to publish , a letter failing "to give bond the. prisoner from Christmasville, as the writer plaC6U 111 3aU i failed to o-ive his name. ler charming daughter, have gone to Nashville and Tullahoma to visit relatives and friends. An amendment to the charter of INSOLVENT NOTICE. For advice tn cases requiring special directions, address, elvine symptoms, tha " Ladles' Advisory Department," The Chattanooe Medicine Co., Chatta nooga, Tenn. Mrs. LOUISA HALE, of Jefferson. Ga., lays: "When I first took Wine of Cardui we had been married three years, but could not have any children. - Nine months later I had a fine girl baby." llaviny siiirjrested the insolvency of th estate of JcU'erson and Sallie Hicks to the Clerk of the Comity Court of Renton County, Tenn. Now pursuant to an or der of said clerk all persons havinsjclaims ainunat said estate are hereby notified to file them with said clerk authenticated in the manner prescribed by law for prorata on or before the 15th d;,y of July. 1899, and all claims not filed within snid time will be forever bared both in 'law am equity. Thi.s the.lOth day of April. IS!)!). J. J. Hi''KS, Administrator of Jefferson and Sallie Hicks, deceased. INSOLVENT NOTICE. icp, 1 1. 1-. 5i ' .. ( j WHP.T I 6HAL .-. h .-airy.:; V i : c ; i ' " - 1 M If A3 AMY OTHf i ' ii i I . . . 9 I J. f - t ,J fiot ancctec ny rtei or Highest Avariia EfOsntennial, 1 K 1 s ri s a r. d Wr .id's Fatf. Ilavini; Furt-ested the insolvencv of the estate of P. S. Nance to the Cleik of the County Court of Hon ton County. Now pursuant, to an order of aid clerk all per sons navinii claims against sinil estate arc hereby notified to file them with the sai( clerk for prorata, in the manner preserib ed by law, on or before the 15th day of July, lSD'J. Any clann not so liled will be forever bared both m law and equity This the 7th tlav of April, 1SW. John paltoud, 18-18 Administrator MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING IAdvcrtisenu'iiis Inserted under tills head al 6 ceii is per line eacii insertion. See notices of insol vency in this Mrs. A. Arnold and Miss Pearl, issue of The Chronicle. See notice of sale of the James R. Hatley land in another column. f-'fiOM WHEAT LEY. Kciii.ir I el hieilil' -IH'C. l):iy Jb'ds. k Outlaw arc running a h('(()-p:ilt industry near Win at- Icy. Sundiiy srlmol is in a prosjtrrovnt ciui'til ion. -I. Ji.JfawkinsirtKU..-iv iiitf-ndcnt. Very little gardening has b't done in this community, in f .' few g,'.rd'i.s liave been jilant 1. Kov. .lohn Ihiiicuui picu'-bcd at Crooked Crook Sundny .envnoon, and Iiov. Mr. Colo proM-hcd at th sume jiliico Sunday evening. Where it was not nt'teJ by the recent cvoi'ttow wheat h looking reasonably well, nt'.d it is -.very .like ly that a greuUlv;.l that was under water is not seriously injurf.! lluwloy (arniir, w .'.) lell -.hoiii. the. river bridgo tit Danville Inst Saturday, is seriously injured, but it is thought that he will recover. He was the seventh man to fall from the bridge since .last August (only one being lulled), and the fourth to fall f roui the name plac einca January. We have had nothing to ay iu regard to incorporating Camden, but now that it' is a- fact, we ..are pleased to know that good men have been selected to couduct the municipal affairs, though it does I i i i Li nos concern tne uoys ciowu uus way 'very much, for when they want whisky they can get it nearer home. t is mainly the good people in and around Camden who will suffer as a result , of whisky and an inferior system or government. , We hope, lowever, that the people . or Cam den will all pull the qanre way at the same time, and that their united efforts may be a uuceess and in some way a blessing to the- town. WlIEATLEY, Apri'Ml. Hats! hats! hats! 1 am receiv- Camden relative to the school law- jng ray liew spring hats all the ias been introduced in the lioiise ,lftW KtviPS f,.nm 25 cents to 812. y Representative A. T. Lashlee.. Don't fail to see them. The investifratintr committee. L. MliS. M. McRae. 0 , R. "Watson, Edgar Totty nnd Carl lliT?oo will riii-inrf nt fb 1-inciiioca meelimr of the band to-night on the tlus locahty 1 119 7ear-"' xNearly al illegal voting at the last meeting. Information has been received Wanted 25,000 ties; will pay top here to the effect that Tom Farmer, prices ties will be received at al of Company M. Twenty-third In- points on Tennessee River. E. E There will be no peach blooms in the trees are dead OT.'K job printing facilities are first-class, and our specialty is kwkI work. Estimates (and wimples where possible) will be furnished on ap pliciition lemi. "I 7ANTED- Several trustwortliy persons in V this State to manage our business in their o n and nearby count les. It is mainly oiiiee work conducted at home. "Salary straight :nh a year and (xpenscs-dermit.;tboiiatlds no more, no less salary. Monthly $75. liffeiciKvs. Knclose srlf addicssed stamped envelope, Herbert K. Hess, President, Department M, Chicago. . RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains p:im Camden on the Nasm iUo, Chatki nooga nnd St. Kouis Ivailiu&'i as follows: ,TKAIK! F.Af.T TUA1N3 WFT. No: 3, mail. . .ti.'A pin I No. 4, mail S.S3nm Nil. 1. snf-'s, .'.:'." !,m I No. .v:, express ;..' am :o.ij.., .'ittam I No. ' : a.53 im fantry (regulars), now stationed at Manila, has been honorably dis charged from the service. Circuit court met. here. Monday, and Judge Levi S. Woods being ill aud unable to attend, Hon. J. A. Clement was elected special judge. He was incompetent in one case, in which -.T.-L.. Lanier, esq., was elected judge. A few condemna tions were allowed, and the remain ing cases were continued, the most important being the damage cases of A. J. Saunders vs. O. P. Lashlee and Miss Tennie Spellings by next friend, L. M. Spellings, vs. G. H. Parks. The April docket contain ed 22 cases. The municipal election Saturday resulted in the election of Sidney L. Peeler, mayor, and F. G. Hud sou?-W. E. McRae, J." A. Clement, W. P. McGill and A. G." McDaniel aldermen. There was no' opposi tion to the ticket, which was nom inated by mass convention. The new board held their first meeting Tuesday evening. W. T. Morris was elected recorder, but a tie re sulted in the balloting for marshal and a nomination was not made Quite a number of bills pas.sed.firs reading, and the board adiournet to meet airaiu to-uic:ht when the balloting for marshal will ba re turned. Thompson, Cooley's Landing, Tenn FK01V-; SMITH'S COIXKOE. FKOM EGGVILLE. egular correspondence. Log rollings are very. numerous in this locality. Miss Jennie Nance is confined to ler room with the grip. J. Nance ,and wife visited at Hollow Rock last Tuesday. Farmers are greatly distressed on account of 0 much rain. Sunday school is held at Mount Zion every Sunday at 10 -a. m. Sam .Hall and James Smith, of Coxburgh visited here Sunday. Miss Cumi Madrey has returned from an extended visit at Vale. Herman Cole and Charles Wat son made their usual call here last Sunday. The friends of W. W. Deaton will be pleased to learn that there is some improvement in his health. Brothers Paff'ord and Bushardt preached two excellent sermons at Smith's College last Saturday aud Sunday. Eggville, April 12. Regular correspondence. Sam aud W. II.. Hall have gone to Parison business. The peach crop inthis locality will be a total failure. S. A. Byrn is engaged in build ing a-new tobacco barn. Snow, sleet and rain leVLyjie.m rapid succession Saturday. Sunday school meets every Sun day at tho chapel at 9 a. m., and. at the hill at 2 p-. in. Farmers are trying to finish the work of sowing oats this week.. . No corn has been planted so far. George" Hicks and Pearley Bea ton had a scrap at Eggville Satur day afternoon, which resulted in ew scalp wounds. While serenading G. C. Bane a few nights ago, some one shot and tilled his dog with a paper wad.. It seems that any old-gun is dan gerous almost- without lock, stock or.borreL Smith's College, April 'II. CASTORIA Tor Infants and CMldren. Tha Kind Yen Have Always' Bought Bear3 the Signature of FROM MdHCLWAIN. Special correspondence. W. G. Mclllwain mourns the loss of Fido. A. Fry, of . Coxburgbfiwafe Aizre Saturday. Ab Vickrey is reported on the Ihe list of sick. Rev. Erastus Franks preached at Flatwoods Sunday. Oscar Merrick made his regular tripto Holladay Suuday. Aunt Linda Malin,.who is very sick, is reported no better. Mclllwain has two new .business houses and u new dwelling. Owing to so much bad weather farmers are late with their crops. An enjoyable entertainment was "iven f.t the- home bi J. 11. Mclll wain last Wednesday-evening. riclLr.v. Aix April JI.