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THE COLUMIHJV HERALD: FIflDA V, APHIL 2, 1897.
"We lwve the urenUst linn
over slinwn in Mie town. Our
if 1.25 Oxford i'k ji otiilHr. So
on to Hih ImiKiMiiiift-t tiling
that can lie bnnbt; iiiul we
have t h e in in all the color,
tons ami widths.
We have a urcnt i"
in black and all tlm colors
MONARCH 811 HITS in all
new Hprintr styles, and yon
know they ale the hiiii(oui
fst and best.
Unfus Watei house's Neck Wear.
Farmers' aim Plefctianis'
ltepoi-t nf Hit ('oinlitioii of til- Kxriiifr'
ami Manhunt-.' limili, ut ')hiii1Iii, In
t lie Stat of Teiiiii'N(', for I lie qmti -ter
eiidiiiK Mxrch 31, 181(7.
Loans and discounts $ !2,"10.87
Overdrafts .. 2,ti!t:i
Heal estate owned 5IHMHI
Furniture and fixtures 2,053.20
Checks and other cash
items ... UiltUKi
Exchange inntuiiiiii 3,201.80
'Ca sh on hand and in
other banks iVJ,sno.74 rs,;7Si.ll
Total .. $l.-),3.-)l).l)2
Capital, paid in .. $ 3o,00(t.OO
Undivided profits, net 1,012.02
Individual deposits, subject to
Statu ok Tennk-mkk, )
Maury County. S
I, .1. V. Brownlow, Cashier of the above
named hank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge mid belief.
J. F. Hiiowm.ow, Cashier.
Nnlwcribed and sworn t" before me,
thiaihe 1st dav of April, 1S!7
I. F. Wii.ky.
County Court Clerk.
John W. Fky, )
J. P. IliwiWNi.nw, . Directors.
J.C. Rka. )
N. H. Ourconnections throughout the
country have crown until weeniov eve
ry facility for handling the business of
our customers. We solicit conservative
business and promise liberal treatment
consistent with good Imukingpriuciples.
Here Is the Mill . vou want to rcrlnd corn
and cobs for cows anil horses. For snlo lv
apriia it HATTKRKiK.i.n Ioison.
-Dwell ing Hlld offices, Oar
W. S. Flk.mino. mar2'i2t
For War in Culm, ly Honor Quesitcla. Cuban
representative, lit Washington. Kiulorsed
ly Cuban patriots. In tremendous demand.
A bonanza for agents, only $1.5n. Hig book,
big commissions. Kverv'bodv wants the
only endorsed, reliable hook. "Outfits free.
Credit given. Freight paid. Jirop all trash,
and niiike dmo n month with War In Cuba.
Address to-day. Tub National Hook fox
TEKx, tro-KM Kearboru st., Chicago, febo l:it
The annual meetlngof Iho stockoldttrs of
the Columbia Herald Company will be held
t the otllee of the compiinv In Columbia.
Tenn., on Saturday, April" la. 1h.i7. ut 10
'o'clock, a. in., for the purpose of electing a
Board of )i rectors for the ensuing vear,
nd for the transaction ot any other busi
.nes that may be presented.
inarlu 4t V. I), Landkr, Manager.
The annual meetlngof the stockholders
of the Columbia Cotton Mill Company will
e held In the company's otllee. on April 18.
at 10 o'clock a. in.
R. O. SPARROW,
iiiai lK 4t Secretary 4 Treasurer.
OtHc on Harden Street, nejit rtoor to Hrt
Cumberland l'rrsliytrrlan Church.
AFTER twenty years practice In Maury
County, twelve years of the time In
Columbia, it is not necessary for me
t say that I will still
I'SK MY BEST EFFORTS
ta-glve my patrons entire satisfaction, as
uy pat lents of twenty years ago. are mv pa
tienis to-day. when they need theatteiition
of a dentist. Hut I will say, under the gold
standard, that 1 will Insert gold Hillings lor
$l.i,.iuid when the teeth aru too far gone to
fill. I will mnke you a now set for f 12..V). Call
nd see me. Otllee hours from s.iii.,
Kntil S p. in, febSH lv
First-class meals served at all hours and
all orders promptly tilled. Our entire ser
vice Is new and we give satisfaction. When
In town stop with us; meals 25c.
Jt Ill's tek & sscoTT, Proprietors.
W. J. Andrew.
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Wm. J. Andrews departed this
life at his residence on Houth Main
street, in the 5i)th year of his age.
He was stricken with paralysis as
he was going home to dinner, about
two hours before his death, and nev
er regained consciousness. About a
year ago he sustained seiious in
juries in a runaway accident, and
this It is thought was the remote
cause of his death.
Mr. Andrews was one of Colum
bia's mot prominent citizens, and
for the past 30 years has taken an
important part in the atfairs of our
city government. He was elected
mayor five times, and served for five
terms in the capacity of alderman,
and was auditor of the city's books
for the past ten years. He was the
eldest son of Mr. .las. Andrews,of the
firm of Jas. Andrews & Co. He
leaves a wife and seven children;
James, Hoyd and Edward Andrews,
Mrs. J. W. Campbell, of Nashville,
Mrs. John Ragan, Mrs. T. J. Tucker
and Mrs. Joseph Sharber. The
funeral services will be held in the
Houth Main Street Cumberland
Presbyterian Church this afternoon
at 2 o'clock, by Rev. D. T. Waynick,
and the interment will be in Rose
Hill Cemetery. We extend our
sympathy to the sorrowing family.
On Thursday of last week at 4
o'clock a. m., Miss Maggie Love,
daughter of Mr. John Hailey Love,
of the Isom neighborhood, died from
injuries received by being burned
the day before. She was preparing
dinner for her father and brother,
who were at work in a field near by,
and, being subject to epilepsy, it is
supposed that she was taken with a
fit ut this time and fell in the fire.
When found her clothes were nearly
nil burned off and the flesh on iarts
of her body was burned to a crisp.
Deceased leaves two sisters, five
brothers and an aged father. She
was 39 years of age, and was a true,
Flint Bowen. son of the late Maj.
Achilles Bowen, died at his home
in the Frierson neighborhood Wed
nesday evening at 5:30 o'clock, In
the 21st year or his age. Deceased
had been sick only a few days, his
death, being caused from ap
pendicitis. He leaves a mother and
several brothers and sisters, who
have our deepest sympathy. The
funeral services will be conducted at
the residence this morning at 10
o'clock by Rev. S. P. Hawes, and the
remains will be Interred in the
family burying ground.
Mr. Horace Rainey received a
telegram last Tuesday stating that
Mrs. Joe M. Rainey had died of
paralysis at Helena, Ark., on the
2'Jth, the day before. This will be
sad news to the friends she has
made during visits here; and to her
husband and daughter, Miss Carrie,
their very sincere sympathies will
Mrs. J. T. Harahan died in Mem
phis last Wednesday morning, and
the remains were carried to Nash
ville Thursday for Interment. Mrs.
Harahan was the wife of vlce-pres-dent
Harahan of the Illinois Central
railroad, and at one time made her
home in Columbia.
For Potato Planters!
We are still in the market on pro
ducb barrels and offer them for the
least price a good barrel can be
made. Ours don't fall in the field.
We want to supply all you potato
raisers. W. F. Wilsox & Co.
Office N. W. Freight Depot, Tele
phone No. 60. mch26-2t
Miss Etta Brazier has returned to
Center Star after a visit to Mr. Ed
Mr. Gus Watson is very ill at his
residence on Ninth street.
Mr. Kerk McClanahan and sou Mr.
Will McClanahan, were called to
Nashville the first of the week bv
the illness of the formers brother.
Miss Bennie Turner, who has been
staying with Mrs. Denham for some
time, is now with her mother.
Mrs. Joe Cowley, who was thought
better last week, is now very ill
again. Her sister, Mrs. Wiley
Hoke, of Nashville, is expected out
in a few days.
While standing in front of the
grate Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Annie
l oung's clothing caught on nre, but
by the heroism of Mrs. Young's sis
ter, Mrs. Wortham, the fire was ex
tinguished before it gained its way
to the body. Mrs. Wortham
escaped with a few slight burns, but
Mrs. loungs hands were burned
We were greatly grieved by the
death of our friend, sweet Carrie
Owen, which occurred on the 23rd,
an account of which was published
in last weeks herald, and our
heart goes out in tender sympathy
to the bereaved family.
COLUMBIA ARSENAL, TENN.
April 1, 1897. Sealed proposals
in triplicate, for furnishing fuel at
this post during fiscal year com
mencing July 1, 1897, will be receiv
ed here until 12 o'clock m., May 1,
1897, and then opened. U.S. reserves
right to reject or accept any and all
proposals or any part thereof. Infor
mation furnished on application.
Envelopes containing bids will be
endorsed, Proposals for Fuel, and
addressed Major John E. Greer,
Ord. Dept, Q. M. april2 4t.
Indictment Found Against Cason.
An indictment was found by the
grand jury of Davidson county,
Tuesday, against W. A. Cison, who
was arrested in Nashville last Jan
uary on the charge of embezzlement.
Cason formerly lived in Columbia
and is well known here.
and for sale at a bargain, a good second
hand eut-under Surrey. Come at once,
it J. P. St re it A Co.
Eggs for sale from choicest breeding at
$1 per sitting,
tf Mrs. J. T. Williamson.
THESE medicines are as well and
much more favorably known
throughout this county than any
of the patent medicines that are
so extensively advertised. They are
not "cure-all's," but each one is pre
pared for a special purpose. Thev are
made by us with one object in view;
that is to please our trade and give
them 100 cents worth for their dollar
and not make them pay $1.00 for 30
cents worth of medicine and 70 cents
worth of advertising. For instance,
SYRUP OF RED CLOVER,
we give yon ion doses for $1.0(1. Pa
tent medicines ad vertise to give 100 doses
for a dollar, but if you have taken any
you have found that you must increase
the dose from the start, and in reality
you never get over 25 to ,'10 doses to
each bottle, and in most of tfiem only
12 to 20 doses.
ALCORN'S Celery and Kola Compound,
we know is a much better prepa
ration than any patentcelery compound
and we guarantee it to contain 2 to 3
times as many doses. Try one bottle,
and if you di not say it is the best
spring medicine you ever used we will
refund the money.
tor habitual constipation mere is
nothing we know of that equals
ALCORN'S Anti-bilious Remedy.
It is not a purgative, hut a liver
and bowell regulator. Try it! Remem
ber everything we make we sell with a
guarantee to give satisfaction or refund
ALCORN'S Tasteless Elixir of Cod Liver
Oil is better than anv patent prep
aration of Cod Liver Oil or the pure oil
itself, and is very palatable anu is re
tained by the most delicate stomach.
We have a full line of Harden Seeds,
Paints, Brushes, Varnishes, Sponges,
etc. A competent registered prescrip
tionfst always in charge.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
Of the celebrated violins in the
world, Edward Remenyi probably
has the largest collection, some
sixty in all. His favorite and the
one which he will use in his concert
in Columbia is called the "Titan."
This celebrated "Duke" Guanarious
was owned by Mr. Hill of London,
and was purchased by Remenyi,
who paid for it the sum or sfO,5(H).
The instrument was made in 172G,
and is without blemish. Remenyi
consumes more time every day in
making the toilet of his favorite
instrument than the ordinary
society lady would in preparing for
a grand party. This is not time
wasted by any means, as new strings
must be put on every day and all
four must be perfect. An intimate
friend of Mr. Remenyi says that he
has seen him try eighteen lengths of
"E" string, and all of the most ex
pensive kind, before he found one
exactly correct in tone. He seldom
uses a bow more than three or four
times before it is discarded and sent
to Paris to be re-haired. The duty
hepayson the return of these articles
is no trifling sum, but the eccentrici
ties of genius must be gratified.
The Student's Club met in their
new room in the Oakes building on
Thursday evening of last week, and
the meeting proved to be an un
usually interesting one. The fol
lowing program was carried out:
"Life of Schiller" Miss Carpenter
"The Jungfrau" Miss Moore
"Carlisle's Debt to Germany"
"George Du Mauriei"...Mis8 Blackburn
The next meeting will be held
Friday evening, April 9. An in
teresting program has been pre
pared and a good meeting is an
Miss Addie Sims Bennett enter
tained the Sans Souci Society last
Friday evening. The following in
teresting program was rendered:
Reading from Tennyson
Miss Jean Dobbins
Reading from Page
Miss Annie Williamson
Miss Annie Sims Bennett
Reading from "Ladv of the Lake" .
Miss Annette Webb
Instrumental Solo Miss Kate Shields
Heading from Hamlet
, . Miss Emma Wooten
Reading "Noses" Mr. Webb
The Embroidery Circle met with
Miss Mamie Hodge on Thursday
evening of last week, and was pleas
antly entertained for several hours.
This was the first meeting held by
the circle in some time, and the
young ladies enjoyed it all the more
on that account. The circle was
again entertained the following
afternoon by Miss Lena Frierson,
complimentary to her guests, Misses
Merchant and Hicks, of Murfrees
boro. Among the features of the
occasion was a word building con
test from the name of the club, the
prize being won by Miss Leigh
Prof. A. H. Merrill, of the Vander
bilt University, will entertain the
neon In at Howard Institute this
evening, in select reading, from
1 . n n.t. t 1 1 m r til
eigntrouiso o ciock. rror. aierriu
is easily the foremost elocutionist
in the South, and the people of Mt.
Pleasant and vicinity have in store
a delightful evening. His selec
tions in the main will be from
scenes in Rip Van Winkle.
Prof. Jas. A. Tate will deliver a
temperance lecture in the chapel of
Howard Institute, at Mt. Pleasant,
Tuesday, April 6, at 2. m. The
public is invited to hear this young
The Sang Souci Club will meet
this evening at 7:30 o'clock with
Miss Edna Frierson. The author
under consideration will be Charles
The Comptroller having declared
a fourth dividend of five per cent.,
parties holding certificates of claims
nroven. are reouested to call anrl o-t
prorata. You bring your cer
I tiflcates. John T. Williamson,
I tf Receiver.
OVKII THE COUNTY
Cabinet photns.f t.iiOdoz. at Young's.
Mrs. Win. Younirer and family
have moved from Santa Fe to Mt.
W. J. Howell, blacksmith at Big
byville, nailed three thousand and
fortv-nine shos on horses and mules
Mr. Sam .Tonus, while at work at
Htacey's si w-ini'l, near Park's Sta
tion, last Saturday, had one of his
eyes knocked out.
Mr. O. W. Nichols and little son
Bennett, of Livingston, Ala., spent
several days of the past week with
relatives at Carter's .Creek and Co
1 u in ha.
Persons wishing their address
chanrd, will please say where from,
as well a whereto; it is absolutely
necessary that we know your present
address, before we can make the
change to your new one. tf
Mr. L. E. Covey imd J. A. Van-
hoose of the McCain neighborhood,
will attend the reunion of Confede
rate and Federal soldiers at Shiloh
on thelitli and 7th of April.
Prof. T. S. Williams of Cameron.
Texas, spent a few days with rela
tives and friend in this county re
cently, and relumed this week to
his home, where he has a very
The communication from Vashti,
our Mt. Nebo and Sawdust Valley
correspondent, reached us last niirht
about an hour before going to press.
We are sorry it did not come in time
Persons remitting by mail will not
receive receipts unless receipts are
requested. Notice the date on your
paper ; if the date is changed your
remittance has been received;
otherwise it has not, and you had
better begin to make Inquiries, tf
Messrs. A. E. McMeen and Andy
Porter of Loco, passed thronyh here
Monday on their way to Missouri,
expecting to bo gone for some time.
We understand they aro on a trad
ing expedition If there should be
any pretty widows in their route we
can heartily recommend Mr. Porter
to them as a gentleman of the first
The time for printing jack and
horse-bills is about here, and we
would like for our friends who have
anything to do in that line to re
member that the Herald is better
prepared to get out their work than
any other printing establishment in
W. F. A.Shaw, Esq., of the Cul
leoka neighborhood, passed his
eighty-eighth mile stone on April
1st. He was born in North Carolina
in 1809; came to this county when a
boy, and has spent more than three
score years and ten here. He was
married to Miss Jane Rountree and
settled on the head-waters of Car
ter's Creek; from that union there
were six children born; three girls
and three boys, all of whom are now
living. In 18G4 he buried his first
wife, and in 1865 he was married to
Miss Mary Renfroe of Culleoka.
From this union, one son was born,
but died in early manhood. Mr.
Shaw has served hfs country as a
Jeffersonian Democrat; was magis
trate three times, and was enrolling
officer for the "Rebs" during the
sixties. . He has been a constant
reader of the Herald since long
before the war. He is still active
for his age, though has nearly lost
his eye sight, and is honored and re
spected by all who know him.
Pure bred O. I. C. W. boar, 14
months old, large, lengthy and a
beautv. Will sell at auction on the
first Monday in April, on the public
square, to the highest and best bid
der. J. M. Foster.
Amos Warfleld, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Warfleld, who acciden
tally shot himself last Christmas, in
juring one of his eyes, was taken to
Nashville by his ratner this week,
and the eye operated upon by Dr.
Graddy. It was quite a dangerous
operation, but we are glad to report
a successtui one, ana tne nttie pa
tient and family are assured that his
recovery will be perfect.
Speiikiiis at Lnwreneebtirg.
Hon. Sam Holding will address
the people of Lawrenceburg next
Monday on the "Constitutional Con
vention." We bespeak for Mr.
Holding a good crowd, and guar
antee the listeners a good speech.
Our new stock for Spring
and Summer of 1897 is now
ready and complete with all
the late and up-to-date styles
Clothing, Hats, Shoes,
Gents' Furnishing Goods etc.
Come and see how much
cannot be seen elsewhere. To
pass us by would be an inex
cusable injustice to your
pocket-book. This is'nt so
because we say so, but be
cause our goods and prices
make it so.
Come and Hear Our Low Prices
play the disagreeable tune to
competition. Don't buy your
EASTER -:- CLOTHES
until you see our line.
North Ride Public Square.
We have too much heavy
woolen underwear in stock
and offer it at the following
Men's white wool shirts and
drawers, 90c and 95c, cut to... 74c.
Men's gray wool shirts and
drawers, 69c, cut to 50c.
Men's gray wool shirts and
drawers, 8oc and 90c, cut to. . 71c.
Men's tan wool shirts and draw
ers, $1.10 and $1.19, cut to. .. 89c.
Men's red wool shirts and draw
ers, 95c, cut to 75c.
Men's red undershirts 30c.
Men's cotton shirts and draw
ers 15c up.
Ladies' Jersey ribbed vests,
each loc, 2(ic, 2oc.
Ladies' Jersey ribbed pants, per
pair Zoo to 3oc.
Ladies' Jersey, ribbed union
suits .. 4octo75c.
Children's union suits, 2 to 5, at 25c.
Ladies' black fleece lined
gloves 10c to 25c.
Ladies' black gauntlet gloves . 25c.
Men's gloves, all kinds, lined
and ununed, at the lowest
Our entire stock of children's
cloaks at greatly reduced prices.
Rig lot of gray blankets now go at
39c a pair.
Red comforts, full size, 74c and up.
Take advantage of these reduced
prices while thy last.
Watson & Rain, next door to Wat
son's Livery Stable, are leading in
Low Prices. The best urocerles for
the least money. Our Golden Medal
Coffee cannot be beat for the money.
We also have Cedar and Ash Shin
gles ad Boards very cheap. Field
Seed at low prices. It
Rack to England.
Mr. R. Gleberman. the German
chemist, who has been at Mt. Pleas
ant for some time analyzing phos-
pnate, returned to ijonaon, England,
Una week, more than pleased at the
quantity and quality of phosphate
rock in Maury County. He expects
to return in three or four months
and build a mill for his company at
Mt. Pleasant. Mr. Uieberman order
ed the Herald to follow him.
Swept Off the Earth.
Chandler, Okla., a town of 1,500
inhabitants, was visited by a
cyclone last Tuesday evening, and
it is reported that only two build
ings were left standing a hotel and
grocery store. Between 40 and 50
people were killed outright and near
ly a hundred wounded. Several of
the wrecked buildings took fire, and
many of the injured persons were
burned while pinned under the
COLUMBIA MARKET REPORT.
Corrected weekly by E. W. Gamble
Grocery Company and R. Holding.
Sorghum, from wagon
... 18(8 20
Ginseng 2 00(32 25
Hens 15 20
Spring Chickens 712J
Shoulders '. m 4l
Clear sides 55 54
Hams 6(1 7
Hay Clover, from wagon.
Timothv ,lrom wagon
Lard, from wagon 6J4a 8
Flour, perbbl 4 7o5 25
Sugar, granulated tk4 6'
Coflee l.i4 25
Meal, from mill 25(3 30
Dr. Jos. T. ileadors,
Garden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Colombia, i Tenn.
Telephone No. Ti, a prill
G. H. A. GERDING & CO ,
Union Street, - NASHVILLE TENN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
ICE CREAM, CAKES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Nashville call and get a good
lunch for 20 cents.
T. KI). GORDON.
O. 1". HUT I.KDiiK
Gordon & Rutledge,
lltrlt Ant-iiU for tlio
Fire Insurance Company.
FAltW 1) K IA HTM KNT. I'oliclttg writ
ten ! the IiiNtalliiieiit. I'laii.
Ollice: Masonic Building, Columbia,
IIP WITH THEJBOCESSION!
in all kinds of country produce, chick
ens, ejigs.butter and nice country hams.
Full line of Family Supplies.
J. T. L. COCHKAN,
nov2l)flill Itfllu-ll HIiK'k, Went 7th Street.
Dr: J. D. SMITH,
Office: Branch Block, West Seventh
Street, between liethell House and M.
Otllee hours, 9 a. m to 4 p.m. sepii ly
TITCOMB'S DRUG STORE.
The "Old Ruliabl"" U still "on top."
Our motto Is: "Purity, Accuracy and Hon
Prescriptions Filled with care at all hours,
Compound Extract Sarsaparilla
FOR THE BLOOD!
And don't forget that we are head
Pare Soda Water,
Corner South Main Street and Public
Square, COLUMBIA, TENN.
J. A. TITCOMB, Prop.
apr20 lv '
est Seventh 8treet, Next to MethodUt
Church, Uor-'iMBiA, Tenn.
ill work and perlect satisfaction guaranteed
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE,
Office: Corner High and Eighth Streets.
Office hours: 8 to 10-3 to 4.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas, Issued to me from the Honorable
Circuit Court of Maury County, Tenn.,
on the 8th day of March, 18! if, in the
cause of T. P. Burney vs. T. M. White
head and J. W. Bennett, Adm'r. of R.
S. Whitehead, I will, on
Monday, April 18,1897,
at the court-house door in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, the reversionary interest of T. M.
Whitehead in Mrs. Martha Whitehead's
homestead and dower; the same situ
ated in the 25th civil district of Maury
County, Tenn., on the waters of Little
Flat Creek, and bounded as follows: On
the north by Moore, on the west by
Hatton, on the south by Whitehead, on
the east by Olenn, containing 45 acres.
(Said property was levied on and will
be sold as the property of T. M. White
head, to satisfy said order of sale and
cost. This March 12th, 18(17.
marl2-4t LOVE WEBB, Sheriff.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me by A. A. Barker and wife, L. J.
Barker, October 21, 18!15. recorded in
book 8.1, p. 3!7, It. O. M. C, I will sell for
cash, free from the right and equity of
redemption, dower and homestead, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, at
the court-house door, in Columbia, Ten
Monday, the 12th Day of April, 1807,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.,
and 12 o'clock, m., the following des
cribed house and lot lying in the 2nd
ward of Columbia, Tenn.. beginning In
the center of 8th street in the west
margin of the old corporation alley
(Frierson street); thence north witn
said street 182 feet to Mrs. W. C. Dor
set's S. E. coiner; thence west &V feet
to Mrs. Jane Harnett's line; thenca
south with her line 182 feet to 8th
street, and thence east with said street
85 fee to the beginning
Said sale will be made at the instance
of the Maury County Building and Loan
Association, to fatisfy its debt and costs
of sale. H. O. Fulton, Sec. it Treas.,
march 12 4t Trustee.
J. M. Hodge et al. vs. Mrs. Cordelia Esell
By virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of Maury county, Ten
nessee, in the above styled cause, ren
dered at its May term, 18SW, we will, on
Saturday, the 17ih Day or April, 1897,
at the Court-house door in Columbia,
sell to the highest bidder the following
described store-house and lot, situated
in the town of Columbia, in the south
east corner of Public-square, and bound
ed on the north by Public-sonare and
Will Morgan, east by Geo. I). Hodge
and an alley, south by James Andrews,
and west by store-house and lot devised
to Mary L. Hodge and others.
Terms of Sale: Ten per cent cash,
balance on credit of one and two vears,
with interest from day of sale. Notes
with approved security and lien re
tained. Sale will be free from the right
and equity ot redemption.
J. M. Hodge,
U. I). Hodok,
A. A. Hodge,
mar26 4t Special Commissioners.
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