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THE COLUMBIA IIEltALD: FRIDAY, APRIL t), 1897.
have the yrentest
shown in the town.
$1.25 Oxford is a wonder
on to the handsomest tiling
that can he bought; and we
have them in nil the colors,
toes and widths.
We have a rrcat line in
inblack and all the colors
MONARCH SHIRTS in all
new spring styles, and you
know they are the handsom
est and best.
'Itufiis Waterhouse's Neck Wear.
Here U the Mill you want to Rrlnd corn
:nnit cobs for cows unci horses. For sale lv
lipi ilJ 4t SATTKKKI ELD dt PODSON.
ilf.W.T. Ricfiarflson. Optician.
auk yor XKitvovs; ?
Wo )'ni miftr from Head tch.-.. If you do,
-the ciuise most likely lies In youreves;
wnd W.nini;e us It nuiy sneni to you. a prop
erly fiit'l pulr of irliisses will enable you to
net well. It Is n fupt t lint more nervous
troubles arise from defeetiveevestlmn from
-all other causes. The nerve force which Is
wasted In elf irts to overcome these faults
' is saved by the application of the fusses,
vind nature cures the trouble without other
Aid. There are many wavs of testing the
"vlslwn and examining the eyes, hut few op
'ticlaiis are willing to guarantee their work.
Ir. W. T. KICHMUKON, a graduate of
McOrmlck Optical College, of Chicago, go
'Jiclts your patronage, aiulwill guarantee to
perform what he promises or refund your
wnoney. Children's eyes need special atten
tion, and should be examined once each
year by a competent eye specialist. Ollice
over Mort Hodge's old store. Columbia,
'Tenn. Good reference furnished. Will open
. Monday, April 12, and remain seven days. It
We herebv notify all parties having claims
against K. P. Fitzgerald, deceased, to tile
them by Heptember 1st. 1W. All persons
indebted to said estate please come forward
"iiud settle at once. O. H. Fitzukrami,
V. J. McKniuiit,
prtl 4t Administrators.
"Fur War In Cuba, by Henor Quesada, Cuban
representative at Washington. Endorsed
y Cuban patriots. In tremendous demand.
A bonanza for ngents. Only $.6D. Big book,
lg comiiiissloiis. Everybody wants the
only endorsed, reliable book. Outfits free.
Credit given. Freight paid. Drop all trash,
nd make :WM a month with War In Cuba.
Address to-day. The National Book Cos--OKJlN,
STc'-HTsI Dearborn St., Chicago. full") lilt
The annual nieetlngof the stockolders of
ft he Columbia Herald Company will be held
at the otllce of the company in Columbia,
Ten a., on Saturday, April In. N7, at 10
o'clock, a. in., for the purpose of electing a
Hoard of Directors for the ensuing year,
and fur the transaction ol any other busl
.ness that may be presented.
inarm 4t F. D. Landkh, Manager.
STOCK HOI.DEK'S MEKTINU.
Tlie annual meeting of the stockholders
-Of the Columbia Cotton Mill Company will
'lie held In the company's oltlce. on April 18,
.lS'.iT, at 10 o'clock a. in.
R. O. HPAWtOW,
'niarlK 4t (Secretary & Treasurer.
Offlc n Ctarden Street, next door to First
Cumberland l'rt-Hh tmittn Church.
AFTER twenty years practice In Maury
County, twelve years of the time In
Columbia, It is not necessary for ine
'to say that I will still
t'SK MY ISKST EFFORTS
-to give my patrons entire satisfaction, as
Tiiy patients of twenty years ago, are my pa
tients to-day. when they need theattention
-of a dent 1st. But I will say, under the gold
tdaiidard. that I will Insert gold Hillings lor
.Jl.iM, and when the teeth are too far gone to
till. I will make you a new set for W2.M. Call
4U1U see me. Ofllee hours from s:) n. ni.,
until o p. in. ieD'.tl ly
Kggs for sale from choicest breeding
.'tl.'m per sitting.
Mrs. J. T. Williamson.
TITCOMB'S DRUG STORE.
The "Old Rellab!"" is still "on top."
tint: motto Is: "Purity, Accuracy and Hon
IPrMrrjptioas Filled wtth tare at all noun,
Compound Extract SarsaparilU
FOR THE BLOOD!
forget that we are bad
Pure Soda Water,
Corner South Main Street and Public
Square, COLUMBIA, TENN.
J. A. TITCOMB, Prop
THE HORSE SALE.
Many Flue Animal Offered and Sold at
Messrs. John Shelton and Frank I
Dale, proprietors of the Tennessee I
Sale Agency, held their annual com-1
bination sale of fine horses at South
Side Park on Monday, Tuesday and :
Wednesday of this week. j
The lowering clouds and drizzling
rain Monday morning looked for
awhile as if the sale would have to !
he conducted under the disadvan
tages of bad weather, but the clouds
soon cleared away, and the weather
was perfect during; the balance of
Mr. B. C. Borden, of Atlanta, Ga.,
was auctioneer, and he gave entire
satisfaction to all.
It was the general verdict that the
managers of the sale had gotten to
gether a better aggregation of horses
than they ever had be'ore. The col
lection consisted of Tennessee and
Kentucky saddlers, fancy matched
teams, fast roadsters, both trotters
and pacers, and hitrh knee-acting
park horses and coachers.
Following is a list of horses that
sold for more than $50.
John A., bav ifeldinir, property of
Shelton it Dale, to R. li. Wormack,' At
lanta, Ua., f7,50.
Pair roaii horses, property of Sam
Scott, to Joe Teacher, Columbus, Miss.,
Minnie, ch. m., property of John S.
Brown, Spring Hill, to J. P. Gibson,
Hillshoro, Ala., $00.
Jerry, sorrel gelding, property of
Shelton A Dale, to W. Thompson Livery
Co., Tuskeiee, Ala., $70.
Chestnut mare, property of J. B. Wil
son, to T. J. Calhoun, Montgomery,
Pair bay geldings, property of J. B.
Wilson A Co., to Fred Hightower, Lew
isliurg, Term., $205.
Pat Mark, blk. s., property of J. R.
Mallard, to John Tankersley, flOO.
Ogden, brown gelding, property of
Hsrlan Bros. A Parks, to A. B. Harlan,
Lizzie Speed, ch. m., property of A.
F. Brown to Joe Peacher, Columbus,
Ben Ilur, bay gelding, property of A.
F. Brown, to J. 1). Compton, Troy, Ala.,
Rattler, sorrel gelding, property of
Bolts it Mathis, to Joe Peacher, Colum
bus, Miss., $75.
Black mare, property of same, to
Adam it Cromer, Uniontown, Ala., $ii5.
Bawlie, sorrel gelding, property of
same, to Joe Peacner, Columbus, Miss.,
Ginger, bay gelding, property of R. A.
Wilkes, Culleoka, renri., to L. G. Light
foot, Eufalia, Ala., $57,50.
Bay gelding, property of W. T. Loch
ridge, Spring Hill, to I. F. Emerson,
Geneva, Ala., $55.
Prince, bay gelding, property of J. C.
Odil, Sr., Mallard, to Joe Peacher, $07,50.
Hussar, blk. g., property of Kenmore
Stock Farm, Bardstown, Ky., to J. E.
Foy, Ala., $1).
Strawberry, r. m., property of Jas. B.
Granberv, to "S. M. Cumming9, Duck
Chestnut gelding, property of J. B.
Wilson, to Joe Peacher, $77,50.
(iidd, b. g.. property of D. P. Carter,
Lynnville, to Adair it Coromer, $100.
Cora, blk. m., property of Kenmore
Stock Farm, to Mr. Howard, Birm
ingham. Ala., $07,50.
llernaon, b. g., property of same, to
FiltitSon, Birmingham, Ala., $145.
Bay mare, property of R. L. Granbery,
to John D. Stripling, Montgomery,
Prince, sorrel gelding, property of
John M. Gray, to Will Ridley, $85.
Queen Reba, s. m., property of same,
to J. M. Robertson, Nashville, $00.
Governor Knot.b. h., property of same,
to J. M. uooerson, f70.
Bob Evans, b. g., property of Stone,
Independence, property of same, to
Mr. Butler, of Pulaski, $70.
Sadie, property of same, to B. C. Bor
Maude, property of same, to Mr,
Mary, property of Butler Bros., to A.
L. Kin if. $55.
Playmate, property of E. L. Suite, to
. li. Womack,70.
Pair of bav celdines. nronertv
same, to Y.O. Berthimer, 137J0.
Red Fox, property of same, to Colin
Campbell, Spring Hill, $170.
ew l orK uoy, property or same, to
Joe Co wden, property of same, to Y,
O. Herthimer, (K).
Cute, property or same, to Will Ja
Almoin, property ot same, to 1 homp-
son Liverv Co.. $57..r0.
Wm. It., property of same, to Mr.
Maud and Bess, property of L. II
Mavberrv. to J. 15. Foy. '202.50.
Aide, property or same, to Adair x
Lula Kay, property ot u. s. smitn, to
Vm. Lone. Mt. Pleasant. $140.
Daisy, property or same, to Thompson
Ldvery uo,, nm.
Frank and Jessie, property
to '.. R. Pickens, $24(1.
Dolly, property of same,
Watt,T,eadville, N. C, $11.
Bob Smith, property of W.
to Adair iV. Cromer, $72,50.
to J. M
Jeff, property of McCloud ct Walker,
to Adair iVr Cromer, $(17,50.
Henenbell, property of Kenmore
Stock Farm, to John Hall. $75
Bigger, property of McCloud it V alk-
er, to W U ljacoos, $72,50.
Harlenuinn, property of same, to John
Hommer, property of same, to Thomp
son it Co., $!2,50.
Dixie, property or McCloud it Walker,
to Mr. Copeland.$S5.
Ilellen and Hulda, property of Ken
more Stock Farm, to Dr. Jones, Mem
Marian, property ot same, to a. u.
Nettie, property of J. 1'. Wagstaff, to
Dr. Wm. Scott, $!5.
Jack, property of Shelton it Bale, to
Mr. Stribbling, $120.
Annie J., property of Jno. J. Stephen
son, to Jim Phillips, $115.
Steel Bit, property of Satterfleld it
Ballanfant, to Mr. (VNeal, $52,50.
Flip, property of Colin Campbell, to
T. R. Jones, $1.W.
Beauty and Mamselle, property of
Mrs. Nora Thompson, to Adair it Cro
Concentration, property of Chaflin
Bros., to Maj. T. J. Colhome, Mont
Carter, property of Shelton it Pale, to
R. B. Womack, $1:55.
Black geldinjt, property of J. B. Wil
son, to Mr. Kckells, Decatur, Ala., $135.
Bay gelding, property of same, to
Botts it Mathis, $S5.
Black mare, property of Ed Mathis,
to Air. i opeiauu, ti.su.
Chestnut gelding, property of Smith
Bros , to W. II. Long,$r0.
Bay gelding, property of T. N Lock,
to Joe Bender, $70.
Brown gelding, property of same, to
Z. R. Pickens, $i0.
Whiskey Uirl, property of Joha L.
Jones, to Joe Peacher, $125.
Wednesday's sales cannot be giv
en until next week. A Herald re-
HKSE 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 eacli 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 CLOYER,
we give you loo doses for $1.00. Pa
tent medicines advertise to give km) 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 tnem only
12 to 20 doses.
ALCORN'S Celery and Kola Compound,
we know is a much better prepa
ration than any patent celery compound
and we guarantee it to contain i to 3
times as many doses. Try one bottle,
and if you do not say it is the best
spring medicine you ever used we will
refund the money.
For habitual constipation there is
nothing we know of that equals
ALCORN'S Anti-bilious Remedy.
It is not a purgative, but 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 any patent prep
aration of Cod Liver Oil or the pure oil
itself, and is very palatable and is re
tained by the most delicate stomach.
We have a full line of Garden Seeds,
Paints, Brushes, Varnishes, Sponges,
etc. A competent registered prescrip
tionist always in charge.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
Sorter called on Messrs. Shelton &
)ale several times to procuro the
desired information, but they were
so busy with the books, winding up
their anairs and disposing or the
business that had been heaped upon
them,' that it could not be gotten in
time for this week's issue.
Washington, April 6. Hon. W.
J. Bryan to-night sent the following
congratulatory telegram to Mayor
Washington, April 6. Hon. Car
ter H. Harrison, Chicago: Accept
congratulations upon your magnifi
cent victory. The elections in Chi
cago, Cincnnati, Detroit and other
cities indicate a decided change in
public sentiment since November.
W. J. BRYAN.
FOR SALE BY
Jlaury County Teachers' Association.
At the regular monthly meeting,
April 2d, at the Public School Build
ing, the Maury County Teacher's
Association had an extremely in
The April showers did not prevent
the attendance of teachers from all
over the county, and an unusually
large number was present. After
the prayer and the reading of the
minutes, the meeting was open for
the regular work.
As the lecture on George W.
Cable, by Prof. Baskerville, had not
been received, the regular program
based on this lecture was postponed.
Miss Figures read an excellent
paper pertaining to Cable's life,
works, etc., and Mr. Shoup read an
interesting and instructive paper on
In the absence of Mr. Hogan, Mr.
Godfrey conducted the Tennessee
history class. Mr. Dodson then
made a talk on primary arithmetic.
Mr. Little gave a report of the call
meeting of the executive committee.
He said that Mr. Miller, of Waverly,
Tenn., had been secured as con
ductor ot the summer Institute, and
that the following well-known edu
cators had promised to be present
from time to time and lecture during
the Institute: Messrs. Mooney of
Franklin, Kennedy of Pulaski,
Wells of Sewanee, and Weber of
The two papers read are, upon a
motion made by the Association, to
be published in Our Public Schools.
Miss Annie Freeman was enrolled
The next meeting will be held
Saturday, May 1, at Mt. Pleasant.
All are cordially invited to attend.
The program for the next meeting
is as follows:
Life of G. W. Cable Miss Figures.
Criticism of "Creoles of Louisi
ana" Mr. Buchanan.
Tennessee History, 1812-1860-Mr.
Subjects of Interest Mr. Turner.
OVEK THE COUNTY
Cabinet photos, ifliOdoz. at Young's.
Mr. Bud Floyd lias moved from
Mt. Joy to Spring Hill.
Mr. V. M. Fly, merchant at Fly.
shipped 018,'a dozens of eggs to Nash
ville, last week.
Mr. Marion Beckman, who lives
near Mt. Joy, killed a large wild
gobbler near his place last week.
The communication of "School
Girl," from Mt. Joy and Theta,
reached us Wednesday, too late for
Dr. K. S. Hoftiett, the well-known
physician of Bigbyville, left this
week for New York, to take a spe
cial course in medicine.
The farmers could plow on high
and rolling lands last Wednesday
and Thursday, but the ruin yester
r'ay stopped them again.
Persons wishing their address
changed, will please say where.Voi,
as well a where to; it is absolutely
necessary that we know your present
address, before we can make the
change to your new one. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dixon, who
have been visiting relatives in this
county for several weeks, returned
to their home in South Carolina
Hon. Mumford Smith has not been
in attendance upon the legislature
for the last two weeks, being kept at
home by the serious illness of his
Persons remitting by mail will not
receive receipts unless receipts are
requested. Notice the date on your
puper ; if the date is changed your
remittance has been received;
otherwise it has not, and you had
better begin to make inquiries, tf
Mrs. Mumford Smith of Mt. Pleas
ant, has been seriously ill for the
last two weeks with pneumonia.
Her condition was thought to be
somewhat improved yesterday, but
she is still quite sick.
Mrs. WhiUaker, who lives near
Union, in this county, has a copy of
the Bible published in 1812. and a
copy, of the "Confession of Faith,"
printed in Edinburgh in the year
Mr. J. Shelby Coffey, Esq.,
the Herald's well-known "Jim
Dandy," made his maiden speech
before a magistrate's court at Cul
leoka last week. We wish Shelby
much success in his chosen pro
fession. 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
Tha Parade I,ant Monday Wasn't What
It Use to Re.
Time was when the first Monday
in April was a great day in Colum
bia; when horses and jacks of the
finest breeding were brought to town
from all parts of Maury and adjoin
ing counties and paraded on our
streets; when prancing stallions,
with flowing manes and tails and
sleek bodies, made the heart of the
lover of fine stock to leap with joy.
But that time is in the historic past.
The stock parade last Monday
failed to materialize. A few horse
men got their animals in line and
marched around the square, but it
was all over before anybody knew
anything about it. Perhaps the
threatening weather early in the
morning kept the crowd away, but,
before 9 o'clock, the clouds had all
"leared away and the remainder of
the day was an ideal stock-show
The procession around the square
was composed of only just a few
horses and jacks, and still fewer
really fine ones. It was a quiet
affair, and was about over when the
Herald reporter arrived on the
scene, and we can only giveapartial
Brown Hal, brown stallion, 2:12J,
roperty of M. C. Campbell, Spring
property of M. C.
Mercury, 2:21, property of Cleburn
Acton ward. 2:154, property of
Cleburn Stock Farm.
Bay Hal, son of old Tom Hal,
property or JSorneet Fiirnres.
Hal Carter, brown stallion, 2:22'4',
property or A. W. McKay.
Apex, black 6tallion, 2:30, property
of G. B. Webster.
Mahbrin, imported Arabian stal
lion, property of Harlan Bros. &
r rank and Jesse, matched team,
property of w. c. Smith, Lynnville.
Pat Mark, black stallion, property
or wm. niitoeii.
Brown Stallion, property of A. W.
There were also several good jacks
in the parade.
UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the post-office, for the week
ending inarcn at, isn.
Brooks, Rev C
Church, II B it Co
Frierson, A W
Frierson, A W
Jones, J B
t ucker, lanty
Tucker, Mamie II
Williams, II T
FOR WEEK ENDING APRIL 1.
Anderson B. B.
Cathey Miss Alice
Fleming Mrs. W.G,
Goodrum Miss D.
Hicks Dr. T. C.
Harley Mrs. J. B.
McLean A. J.
TugalU Mrs. E.
Wells Cargo it Co.
Watkins V. R.
White Geo. L.
Parties calling for the above
will please say advertised.
W. A. Howard. P. M.
Public School Directors.
You are requested to meet at the
Court-honse m Columbia next
Saturday at 10 o'clock. Important
business. I. W. DoDsox,
We have too much heavy
woolen underwear in stock
and otTer it. at the
Men's white wool shirts and
drawers, 0c and 93c, cut to. . . 74c.
Men's gray wool shirts and
drawers, 69c, cut to 60c.
Men's gray wool shirts and
drawers, 85c and 90c, cut to. .74c.
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, 20c, 2oc.
Ladies' Jersey ribbed pants, per
pair zoo to doc.
Ladies' Jersey ribbed union
suits 45c to 75c.
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 unlined, at the lowest
Our entire stock of children's
cloaks at greatly reduced prices.
Big lot of gray blankets now go at
39c a pair.
Bed comforts, full size, 74c and up.
Take advantage of these reduced
prices while they last.
Watson & Bain, next door to Wat
son's Livery Stable, are leadin? in
Low Prices. The best Groceries for
the least money. Our Golden Medal
Coffee cannot be beat for the money.
We also have Cedar and Ash Shin
gles and Boards very cheap. Field
Seed at low prices. It
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. II. Akin to W. C, and Bettie Akin.
2 tracts of land in 1,'ith district, quit
C. M. Henson to John Dodd and wife.
79 acres in 11th dist., $100.
li. G. Harlan to K. G. Kittrell. inter
est in land in 12th dist., exchange.
Sam Hoover to John T. Wiley, 74
acres In dist., $250.
J. A. Hobos and wife to Smith Bros..
interest in land in 6th district, $.10.
Jas. II. Stephenson to Calvin C.
Stephenson, 3 tracts of land in 23rd
J. A. Harlan and wife to Mrs. Sue A.
Douglas, 6 acres in 11th dist., $183.
J. K. Bell and wife to Mrs. V. C. Gor
don, !H) acres in 20th dist., exchange.
Jesse sims to w. II. Watson, five
tracts in 4th and ttth dists., $ .
J. K. RagEdale to I W. Camp, (1 acres
in liith dist., $iiO.
W. C. Akin to Miss Bettie Akin, in
terest in land in 13th dist,, $450.50.
Otey Walker, Kxtr., to J. P. Choate,
112 acres in 14th district, $5,040.
J. W. Kinzer et al., to (4. H. Southall
et al., 2 tracts of land in 2nd district, $53.
Jno. v Witt to W. II. Witt, 2 lots in
Sprini? Hill,$ .
Our new stock for Spring
and Bummer 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. Thib 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
EASTEIt -:- CLOTHES
until you see our line.
Star ClotiiiH Honse,
North 8ide ruDiic square.
C. H. A. GERDING & GO ,
Union Street, - SASHVILLE TENN.
OPEN DAY AND NIOMT.
ICE CREAM, CAKES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Nashville call and get a good
lunch for 20 cents.
T. KU. (K)liDOX.
O. 1 HUT I.KlNiK
Gordon & Rutledge,
DUtrit't Affiit for the
Fire Insurance Company.
FA KM ItKIMKTMKNT. Foliclm writ
ten ii tlm Iimtallnifiit I'lan.
Ottice: Masonic Building, Columbia,
IIP WITH THEPR0CESSI0N!
in all kinds of country produce, cluck
ens, eggs.butter and nice country hams.
Full line of Family Supplies.
J. T. L. COCHRAN,
nov20 Hill Ittttlif 11 Hlnck. Vvnt 7th Mr yet.
Dr: J. D. SMITH,
Office: Branch Block, West Seventh
Street, between Bethell House and M.
Otlice hours, 9 a. m to 4 p. m. sepfi ly
Vest Seventh Street, Next to Methodist
Church, Co? 'jmbia, Tenn,
VII work arid perfect satisfaction guaranteed
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE,
Office: Corner High and Kighth Streets.
Ollice hours: 8 to 103 to 4.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a speolalty.
Bethell Block, : COLUMBIA, TENN
Ci-krk and Master's Office, )
April ttth, 18U7.
Jonas T. Amis, et. al., Complainants, vs.
(ieorge McUord Patterson, et. al., De
fendants. It appearing from affidavit tiled In this
cause, that the defendants, George Mc
Cord Patterson, Lula G. Helm, and her
husband, John Ileim, Mary M. Patter
son and Nina W. Patterpon are non-residents
of the State of Tennessee,
It is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance herein, on or before
the first Monday in May next, 1807, and
plead, answer or demur to Complain
ant's bill, tiled in the Chancery Court at
Columbia, Tenn., or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consecu
tive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk A Master .
Voorhies A Fowler, Sol'rs for Compl'ts.
J. M. Hodge et al. vs. Mrs. Cordelia Kzell
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, lx;, we will, on
Saturday, the 17ihl)ay of 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 l'ublic-sqnare and
Will Morgan, east by Geo. D. Hodge
and an alley, south by James Andrews,
ana west oy store-nouse ana lot aevisea
to Mary L. llodge and others.
Terms of 8ale: Ten per cent cash,
balance on credit of one and two years,
with interest from day of salo. Notes
with approved security and lien re
tained. Male will be free from the right
and equity ot redemption.
J. M. Hodoe,
O. D. Hodoe,
A. A. Hodoe,
mar2i 4t Special Commissioners.
COLUMBIA MARKET REPORT.
Corrected weekly by E. W. Gamble
Grocery Company and R. Holding.
Sorghum, from wagon 18 20
Butter io8 15
Wool 4(8 10
Ginseng 2 002 25
liens I5((i 20
Spring Chickens 712Ji
Shoulders ititi V
Clear sides &$ 64
Hams dig f
Crimson Clover 3 00
Blue Grass 2 00
Orchard Grass 2 00
Timothy 2 00
Red Top 75
Grain and Hay.
Wheat 00 95
Corn 22i$ 25
Oats 211(4 35
Hat Clover, from wagon 30(4 35
Timothy , from wagon 60(45 t5
Lard, from wagon 6
Flour, per bbl 4 76(45 25
Suear, granulated KS 6'
Coflee 15a 25
Meal, from mill 25 30
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