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THE COLUMBIA IIEKALI): FIJlDAY, 'TKMliKH JJ, 1897.
We have them in
; HEW FALL SHOES,
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in all the new style and toes.
J5 ( ) Y S '
we are strictly up to date with
prices rijrlit. as we bought in
May before the advance in
Leather. We can suit you in
Trice, Quality and Style.
Our Men's New Fall Hats are in.
We will continue the slaughter on
summer goods in Ladies' Oxfords,
Misses' Slippers and Negligee Shirts.
We cordially invite you to inspect
our new goods.
( I T THICKS.
For the present c will sell Hide Spring
Buck wagons at $iiUki; Knil Spring at .n.iki.
Top lHiuiiies wit h Knrveu Wheels. Genuine
Leather Cushion and Bmrk, f:t7..ji; nil t rlet
ly spot rush.
Fine Unifies cheaper t him anybody
It .1.1'. STKEKT & Co.
COAL AND WOOD.
Oi l) I'M IIF.UI. M, 1'HH.Al;
iti.ot k,.iki.i.u i, ritovi-
11KNCK, unci oilier Coal.
Prompt delivery. Special Inducements of
fered to purchasers in la rue imntitles.
Turd near depot. Clt t.-nn telephone No.
Ki. Alt AIKION.
jiilyi. ' ;
THK M) HICK F K H 1 1 11 I I I I:
I.s the only one (or mule or cuttle feeders to
buy. Fur sale only by
li J. 1. STiff.t & t'o.
H. S. HANNER
Lawyer aud Court
J'iukI ice in All Cniirts.
Office w llli Ficuer & l'l)et.
sepS ly COl.UM MA, TF.NX.
liAI.V VMl ll I ICON
For Sorgo Fans, for sale by
It ,1. 1'. STKKKT A Co.
C. H. A. GERDING&CO,
Union Street, - - NASHVILLE TENN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
ICE CREAM, CARES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Nashville call and get a good
lunch for 2u cents.
The only Mills made with cast
steel grinders and force feed.
W.W. CHERRY, ao f.nt,
j. a. titgoitb;
align 1 v
COLUM HI A, TENN
Sale of Live Stock
aiii Farm Implements.
Unless sold at private sale before Sat
urday, the lstli day of September, lsiC, I
will sell to the highest bidder, on the
premises, two miles from Columbia,
Tennessee, on the Mount Pleasant turn
pike road, several head of horses, a
mall, but choice herd of dairy cattle.
Southern Harry No. 4..,(;70 (by Little
Harry No. N.MIS, sire of Little Goldie, :t4
IbsS'Joz.; Alteration, 24 1ls oz, both
World's Fair Tests. First dam Witch
ing Hour, tost l'i lts l.'?' a oz.,) at head of
herd. Farm implements, road cart, sul
kv, etc. Sale to begin at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Tku.ms Cash! A. N. AKIN.
For Boys and Girls,
Ml. I'li'Hsni.t. Maury I'ouuty Tenn.
Full Term llegan August 31. 18117.
Koaril .0 tr Term.
Tuition from J to per month.
students enter Vandcrbilt University on
"Hownrd Institute Is one of the very best
schools in all the patronizing territory of
J. H. KIRKI.ANP. Chancollor.
VanderbiVt Fniverslty, Nashville, Tenn.
Ilr. Steele' Lecture.
Dr. S. A. Steele, of Nashville,
lectured to the Epworth League of
the First Methodist Church last
Monday night. The rain prevented
a large audience being in attend
ance, but those, who did go thor-i
oughly enjoyed the talk. Dr. Steele
has the reputation of an orator of
much ability, and upon this occa
sion lie added to his legion of ad-1
mirers all who had the pleasure of,
The subject of his talk was " 1 oung
People's Societies." He spoke first
of the origin of this great movement
among the young people to become
active workers tor the Master. It
iron a rrraf movement, too, with a
membership of two and a half mil
lions of Epworth Leaguers in the
Methodist Episcopal Church, North
and South, and the Methodist
Epis-opal Church of Canada, three
millions of Christian Endeavorers
in the Cumberland Presbyterian
denomination, and enough in the
Westminster League of the Presby
terian Church, the Baptists Young
People's. Society, and other organi
zations, to swell the aggregate to
more than seven millions.
The young people were not "dis
covered" until the beginning of the
present decade. First, the Epworth
League was instituted, the name
"Epworth" being taken from Mr.
Wesley's old home place in Eng
land; then followed the organiza
tion of the Christian Endeavor
Society, the Baptist Young People's
Society, the Westminster League,
and a long list of others. Just when
a hov had become a man in the esti
mation of himself, but not quite so
large in the estimation of other peo
ple, and just when a girl had be
come a woman in her own estima
tion, but was not quite so important
in the estimation of others, the
church found that they were prone
to leave the Sunday-school and
church and wander out into the
world. Something had to be done;
so, for this reason, these young peo
ple's societies were started.
There were numerous objections
to the Epworth League. One was
that there was too much "machin
ery" in the church. The correct
ness of this objection rested entirely
upon the amount or power to be ap
plied to the "machine," and the
field to cover. Another was that
the League conflicted with the
Sunday-school. This objection was
utterly groundless. The League
and Sunday-school are two entirely
different things, and do not conflict
with each other in the least. The
first is an institution for Irarninr,
while the latter was started for the
purpose of giving the young people
a chance to work. Before the
League was instituted, the younger
members took little active part in
the church ; now the young men and
women pray and talk in public and
are found working in every depart
ment of the church. Another ob
jection to the League was that it
was a "new thing a department
from the old-time principles and
the ways of our fathers. This ob
jection was also without foundation.
Because our fathers rode hundreds
of miles across the country horse
back, or cut their grain with a
cradle, is no reason why we should
do the same the present day. In
deed, we would be casting a reflec
tion upon our fathers if we did so.
Dr. Steele said he had done his
full share of preaching the gospel of
"fo'r"; don't go to the theatre
don f dance don t play cards, etc.
This kind of preaching was all right,
and he did not propose to abandon
it altogher: but the longer he lived
the more forcibly he realized that
the most effective results were ob
tained from preaching the New
Testament gospel of "po," and the
more of that kind of preaching he
intended to do. Do good for the
Master; give the young people some
thing to do.
He spoke at length upon the im
portance of the literary department
of the League. Through this de
dartment, the members are encour
aged to read the best literature and
taught to love good books. With
good books a man could be at borne
in the most isolated place, and, even
without books, he could entertain
himself in the deepest dungeon by
using the stores of knowledge gained
from reading good literature. He
wouldn't give his love for good
reading for all the gold of Klondike,
if it could be gathered and brought
Justice cannot be done Dr. Steele's
excellent discourse in this brief
article. Suillce it to say that his
audience was deeply impressed with
his talk, and will not soon forget his
kindness in giving them a chance to
hear him, or Dr. Keiley's kindness
in inducing him to come.
Elder E. J. Meacham, who has oc
cupied the position as pastor of the
Christian church of this city for the
past four years, preached his last
sermon in that capacity last Sunday
night. He will take charge of the
Christian church at Lewisburg Oc
tober Land will move his family
there about that time. During his
pastorate here, Mr. Meacham has
gained many friends who will re
gret to lose him from among us.
The Christian denomination here
have not yet selected a preacher to
fill his place, but a move is being
made to engage the services of Rev.
F. W. Smith, of Franklin, who re
cently held a meeting here.
Dr. Kellcy will make an address
to the Mack Missionary Society
which meets at Mrs. Jos. Towler's
residence, corner West Seventh and
High streets, next Thursday at
4:Mp. m. j
The Ladies Union Prayer-meeting
will meet with Mrs. Woldridge Fri
day afternoon at o'a' o'clock. Sub
ject, 10 chapter Matthew. Leader,
Mrs. Jeff Rhea.
A revival meeting will be held in
the South Columbia Methodist
Church, beginning the first of
October, conducted by Rev. Mr.
The Union service will be held in
the First C umberland church next
Sunday night, and Dr. Kelley will
Next Sunday week, September 12,
Bishop (Jailor will occupy the pul
pit of St. Peters Church, In this
"Straws show which wav the
wind blows." So can you tell
where is the best place in Colum
bia to take your prescriptions by
finding out who is doing the pre
scription business ; in other words,
by watching which way the peo
ple are going.'
Ht Aim's Drug store
you always find a competent reg
istered prescriptionist in charge.
You always get the best drugs
that money will buy. You always
get prompt and polite treatment.
You always get what you want,
and our customers tell us that
you get goods at 25 to 50 per cent
lees money than at other places.
We make our own prices, which
are always as low as is consistent
with good quality. We buy our
goods right and we sell them
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
city. Bishop Oailor's visits are al
ways looked forward to with great
pleasure, and it requires only a
simole announcement to insure him
a crowded house.
Rev. W. T. Ussery preached in the
Baptist Church last Sunday morn
ing and evening.
Following is the fourth round for
quarterly conferences in the Colum
Forest Grove, September 4, 5.
Lynnville, September 5, 6.
Mt. Pleasant 11, 12.
South Columbia, September 17,
Columbia, September lfi, 2n.
Hurricane, September 25,211.
Richland circuit, October 2, 3.
Fall Kiver circuit, October H, in.
Prospect circuit, October la, 11.
J. B. Stewart, l K.
Cheapest Line oiv
School Books, School Supplies,
Baskets, Satchels, etc, tic
Wall Palter, ftic, ftfc, o:,r, etc.
liililes 'tic; Testaments 0c.
Big reduction in Ifamjiinrks.
Biggest Tablet in TownOJc.
may 14 A.. D. FRIERSON.
LIVE STUCK NOTES.
Since the first of January,
there have been 20 car loads of
stock shipped from Hurricane.
The following live stock shipments
have ben made from Culleoka the
past week; II. A. Wilkes, 1 load to
Louisville and 1 load to Birming
ham; T. H. Hill, 1 car to Louisville.
Vaughan & Alexander shipped one
load of hogs from Columbia this
week and one from Hurricane. They
also purchased a load of feeding
steers from Emmet Hoge, of Mount
Pleasant, and 800 feeding hogs from
A Klondike (J old Mine
is irood enough in its nlace, but you
can't find any flour so good as "Blur
Mnles to Loan.
I have one hundred good sugar
yearlings to loan for their feed.
septn-4t w. r. kipley.
Church Set on Fire.
The colored Missionary Baptist
Church at Beech Grove, about four
miles from Columbia, was totally
destroyed by fire last Tuesday
night. For some time mere nas
been a bad feeling among the negro
element of this section, a number
of them making a vigorous kick
against a certain negro woman
teaching school in the building.
Recently the woman commenced
teaching in the church, notwith
standing the objections, and it is
supposed that her enemies became
enraged and set the building afire.
Several negroes are suspected and
arrests may follow.
"Polly Put me Kettle On,
Hnd We'll mi Take Tea."
We have catered to the public
for 28 years, and thus far we
have suited our patrons to a
which we shall continue to do
with their co-operation. Cof
fee is lower than for years; 6
lbs Our Blend for $1.00. Just
received new crop Rolled Oats
and Shredded Wheat, New
E. w. Gaits Grocery Go.
OVER THE COUNTY
Tin Types for 5c at Young's, tf
Miss Mary Morton, of Birming
ham, is visiting M is s Minnie Thomp
son, at Spring Hill.
The continued drouth is doing u
i great deal of damage to crops
throughout the county.
Mr. R. W. McLemore. Jr., of
Spring Hill, who has been quite
sick for a month, is much better.
Mr. Ed Armstrong has purchased
the "West Brook" place, 400 acres,
near Ashwood, from Mrs. Lucius K.
Mrs. C. V. Cyrus, Miss Jennie
Cyrus and Mr. J. C. Cyrus returned
to their home in Cleburne, Texas,
Mr. W. W. Stephenson, of the Fri
erson neighborhood, who has been
quite sick, we are glad to report
Encouraged by the present high
prices of wheat, the farmers of
Maury County will sow a large
acreage this fall.
We give "St. Clair," from Hurri
cane, a cordial hand-shake' and wel
come him into the Hkrai.d family
Miss Clahie Taylor will leave soon
for Texas, on a protracted visit to
her brother. The Herald will wait
impatiently for "Barbara's" return.
The fall term of Camp Ground
Academy, nt Hurricane, under the
charge of Prof. Harris and Allen,
will open its fall term next Monday.
Henry dross' immense stock of
fall and winter goo. Is will arrive
soon. Be sure and see his brand
new stock before buying, as it pays
to buy there. It
Miss Mollie Leftwich, of Liftwich
Bridge, accompanied bv her niece
Miss Bertha Leftwich, of Port Vin
cent, La., is visiting Mr. Jas. B.
Daimwood's family this week.
Mr. W. H. Edsall and family have
broken up housekeeping and will
visit the parents of Mrs. Edsall on
Knob Creek until the latter part of
September, when they will move to
Nashville, their future home.
Lost or M raved.
Spotted brindle heifer, white
belly, white spot on left juw, looks
like clay at short distance; sharp
horns, good condition, fresh in milk.
Return to W. E. McKennon and re
ceive reward. It
Important to Correspondent'.
Our excursion coaches will leave
Columbia, attached to the regular
accommodation train to-morrow,
Saturday morning at 6:30 o'clock.
Parties soutli of this station, as has
heretofore beeu explained, will ride
in the regular coaches until they
reach Columbia, without paying any
fare. Returning, we will leave Nash
ville promptly at 11 o'clock p. in.,
sharp, on a special train, which train
will go as far South as Campbell's
Station, making all the stops at the
local stations in this county.
This train will have two coaches
belonging to the Hera LP party
proper, and one pay coach for any
friends of the correspondents, who
may wish to take advantage of their
company that day. On this coach
the regular Centennial rate will be
charged. From Columbia this rate
is $2.05, which includes admission to
the Centennial grounds. Our cor
respondents will please notify their
friends of this extra pay coach,
which is put on for their special ac
commodation, and special attention
is called to the announcement
which we have not been able to
make before that the special, on its
return trip, will run as far South
as Campbell's Station.
New Store, New Goods.
I have moved my stock of groce
ries from my old stand on Ninth
street to the West house on South
Main' street, recently occupied by
Cook & Sons as a bakery. I am get
ting in new goods daily and will
handle everything to be desired in
the grocery, confectionery and pro
duce lines. My old friends won't
forget me, but it is the general pub
lic I especially wish to give me one
trial and if reasonable prices and
fresh goods have any effect my list
of regular customers will be in
It W. W. Dennis.
The Tullahoma Guardian of last
week contained the following: "An
nouncement is made of the coming
marriage of Mr. C. W.Cook, of Hills
boro, Tenn., to Miss Loaf Bean,
of Decherd, Tenn., at the residence
of Dr. A. W. Booth, Tullahoma,
which is to occur September 15, Rev.
W. D. Wendell officiating." Miss
Bean has spent several months in
Columbia recently as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. W. D. Wondel, and
during her stay here made many
Tuck the Barber.
10 shaves and one hair cut for $1.
Tickets must be paid for In advance.
Miss Odessa Branch is visiting
relatives at Thomson Station.
Miss Mamie Tucker returned home
Wednesday evening after spending
a week with relatives in Nashville
and attending the Centennial.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Guest spent
the first of the week with relatives
Miss Etta Branch left Monday for
Lvnnville, where she will spend
several weeks as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. McCloud.
Mr. W. D. Cameron and daughters
Mary Lou and Fanny, Mrs. Jesse
Ragsdale and Ronald, Mr. W. F.
Wilson and daughters Lula aud
Dora, and Mrs. Janie Trantham and
Miss Kate and Clarence Trantham,
attended the Centennial in a body
Miss Annie Tate, of Pulaski, has
returned from a visit to the Misses
Mrs. Henry Hyle has returned
home after a week's visit to relatives
in the country.
We have too many Lalies' Shirt
Waists; while they last we
w ill otter all of our V.k
Lace Curtains, iWc, 4!)c pair and up.
See our Larire Towels for 5c and 10c.
Ladies' White Vests, 5c and 10c.
All kinds of Writing Papers and En
velopes. Box Papers, 5c. 10c, 15c to 24c.
Note Papers, plain and ruled, 3c, 5c,
8c. 10c (pi ire.
25 envelopes in a pack from lc to 10c
Legal ana Foolscap paper, 5c to 9i!
Good pens, all styles. 4c dozen.
Good Lead Pencils. 3c dozen up.
Good Ink and Mucilage, 3c a bottle.
Slate Pencils, 2c dozen.
Plain Slates, 2c, 3c and 4o each.
Covered Slates, 5c and 8c each.
Double Covered Slates, 10c, 15c and
School bags, 5c to 20c each.
Lunch Baskets, 5c, 10c, 15c to 25c
School Tablets, for pencil use', lc to 5c
School Tablets, for ink use, 3e to c.
Wall Paper Cheap!
cheaper than ever.
One quart size. 48c dozen.
Half gallon size, 58c dozen.
Ire Cream Freezers at bottom
UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the post-office, for the week
ending August -, 1897.
Allen, Miss Mamie McMillan, W M
Newbill, Mrs Jane
Levy, Miss F
Maley, Miss T T
Porter, Mrs A J
Rollen, J H
Thomas, Rev A 'A
Wheat, Mrs E M
Wood, Mrs Lula
t'NCAM.ED I.ETTEKH FOR THE
EXDISU SEPT. 3. 18!l".
Allen, Mattie Johnson, AC
Hooker, Dollie Love, Minnie
Hopannah, Harriet McCormick, John
Bernard, Mary M Nix, Arther
Caruthers, Amanda Osborn, Bell
Corn well, Ada
Roberts, C S
Woodson, M L
Dozell, Will J
OofT, T H
(tordon. T A
l oung, Lucial
Jefferson, Maud M
Young, Willie '
Parties calling for the above letters
will please say advertised.
II. F.Fariss, P. M
To the Public.
Having assumed charge of the
Guest House we will cater to the
public and will serve, good, whole
some meals and furnish neat, clean
'ooiiis for reasonable prices. We
are having some much-needed im
provements made and the house
will be more comfortable than ever
before. Rates as heretofore, $1.00
per day. Respectfully,
It Gray & Bennett.
M A K BIASES.
C. L. Harvey to Miss Sallie E
J. H. Derryberry
to Miss M. J
J. T. Brown to Miss
R. L. Lavender to Miss Loula R
Clfrk and Master's Office,)
Columbia, Tenn., Aug. 13, ls(7.
Ella Bryant, col., Complainant, vs. Jim
Bryant, col., Defendant.
It appearing from ailidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendant, Jim
Bryant, col., is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee,
It is therefore ordered that heenter his
appearance herein, before or within the
first three days of the next term of the
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia,
on the first Monday in October next,lX!i7,
and plead, answer or demur to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken
for confessed as to him and set tor hear
ing ex parte; and that a copy of this
order be published for four consecutive
weeks In the Columbia Herald.
A copy attest:
A. K. AKIN. Clerk and Master.
J. A. Smiser, Sol'r for Compl't.
MASON S FRIT JARS
Dr. 111. P. Merrill
Olliee over Dr. Williamson's otliee, Oar
N1TKOITSOXIPE OAS FOR 1'A I X l.ESs K
TRACTION OF TKETII.
Office Horns k:ihh. m. to"::inp. ni.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of the authority conferred
upon me by two deeds of trust dated
July l.'tth, and August 17th, l.s!i.",, record
ed respectively in hook Kt, volume 4, p.
2.VJ and p. 2!Hi, R. O. M. ('., and exe
cuted by Trustees of the Spring Hill Fe
male Seminary, sometimes culled
"Spring II ill Female Academy," I will
sell to the highest bidder forVash, free
from the equity of redemption at the
coni;t-hoiisedoor, in Columbia, Tenn., on
Monthly, Hih Iv f "ept ember, '!t7,
between the hours of 10 a. in., anil 12
o'clock m., the following described
house and lot known as the Female
Academy, situated in Spring Hill, Mau
ry County, Tenn. . bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake in center of Pot
ter's lane or street, about 3o feet from
Henry Cayce's N. E. corner; thence
with said Potter's lane S. (-1 degrees E.
1(1 !(2-liNl p. t a stake in center of said
lane; thence S. Pi degrees W.21 .'iii-lini p.
to a stake; thence N. M degrees W. 17 p.
to stake in lane west of seminary;
thence N. .'(2 degrees E.22 '.Mi-loo p. to be
ginning, containing 1 acre, ;! r. and l:S p.,
and being same conveved by deeds
from Henry Wade and M. T. Vlieans,
recorded in Books Y, vol. 1, p. (s, ami ,,
vol. 2, p. 2111, R. O. M. C. Said sale will
be made to satisfy expenses of sale anil
debt due the Maury County Huildiiiir
and Loan Association, secured lv said
trust deeds. H. O. Fl'LTo.N,
Sec. and Treas. of Maury County build
ing and Loan Association, Trustee.
8 27 4t
WnslitiiL'tMi Law mid Claims Company,
Kooins ," hikI 7, 472. I.oiif nlnn.i Av
enue . W., Washington, 1. C.
Will, on very reasonable terms prnsccut
I.ai.d Claims, including .Mineral Famisaml
Mines, Applications for l'utents and Ten
sions, and all other c'altns before the lis
iriet of Columbia Courts, the several (Jov
ernnient Departments. theCourt of Claim,
and the Supreme Court of t lie Cnlted Stales.
The Co i.pany will also aid lawyers, nt a
distance, in preparing their cases for Hit)
Supreme Court of the t'nited States, and
for a small consideration will furnish cor
respondents Information concerninn mat
ters in Washiniiton that they may desire to
know. Send for circulars.
tf Jons O. Slatek, President.
T. N. Jones, use Ac, vs. Mrs. A. E. Me
Kissack. Pending in the Chancery Court at Co
It appearing from the return of the
olbcer upon subpiena to answer issued
in this cause against Josh King and
wife, Ella King, that said defendants
are not to be found. It is ordered upon
motion of complainant that publication
be made for four weeks in the Columbia
Herald requiring said Josh King and
Ella King to appear at tne otliee of the
Clerk and Master in Columbia. Tenn.,
and make defense to the hill tiled
against them in this cause on the lirst
Monday in September, 1S!C, otherwise
the same will he taken for confessed
and set for hearing ex parte as to them.
This July 30, 1S!"7.
augt)4t A.N. AKIN, CAM.
II. B.Titcomb, vs. Mrs. J. E. Parks, et. al.
In Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ten
In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
made at the April term i!iv, ana en.
tered at page "." of the minutes, in above
styled case, I will on Monday the 2nth
day of September 1S7, at "the Court
House door in Columbia, Tennessee,
sell to the highest and hest bidder, the
property in said bill described, being
two tracts of land known as the B. F.
Parks lands, lying and being in the
23rd Civil District of Maury County,
Tennessee. One tract is bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: On the north by the
Blair tract, T. Hardison, and W. li.
Gordon ; on the east by the Blair tract,
and the J. S. Perry tract; on the south
by the lands of II. T. Sellers, the school,
and church property, and J. M. Allen,
and on the west by the lands of McCor
mick and Holconib containing 11
acres more or less.
The other tract ad loins the above
described tract, and is bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: On the north by the lands
of Z. T. Hardison and McCormick, east
by the lands of J. O. Lee, south by the
la'nds of 11. T. Sellers, and west by II.
T. Sellers and the first above described
tract, containing 183 acres more or less.
The two tracts together containing 2S3
acres more or less. Said lands have
been sub divided, and will be sold in
two or more tracts. A plat and survey
of said lands can be seen at th6 ollice of
the Clerk A Master. Only so much of
said lands will be sold as will be neces
sary to pay the debt, interest and costs.
Terms. Said lands will bo sold on a
credit of 12 and 24 months, except the
sum of :', the purchase price which will
be required in cash on day of sale, and
in bar of the equity of redemption.
Notes, drawing interest from day of
sale with good personal security, will
be required of the purchaser, and' a lien
will be retained on the property sold, as
further security. This 20 dav of August
1W". A.N. Akin, C. A- M.
W. B. Gordon, Solicitor. aug20 4t
D. B. White vs. N. A. White et als.
In Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, made at the
April term, lsi:t, page .", and revived
at August special term, lsn", at page 221,
in ine annve styieti case, 1 will, on
Monday, the 87th Day nt September.
in front of the court-house door in Co
lumbia, Tenn., sell to the highest and
best bidder, the reversionary interest
of the heirs of A. A. White, dee'd., in the
property in said decree described, being
a tract of land known as the A. A.
White tract, lying and being In the ft li
civil district of Maury County, Tennes
see, bounded on Nortn by the lands of
Mack and John L. Beard, F'astbv Duck
river, South by Mrs. Ellen llouscr.
West by H. B. Curry, containing ""
acres more or less.
Terms of salf. : Said sale will be
made on a credit of six months, and in
bar of the equity of redemption. Notes
drawing interest from day of sale, with
good personal security, w'ill be required
of the purchaser, and a lien will be re
tained on the property sold, as further
security. This 27th dav of August, 12'7.
A. N. AKIN, Clerk and Com'r.