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THE COLUMJilA JIEKAMi: FIMDAY, El'THMUEK 10, 18UT.
We have them in
; SEW FALL
.11 I8NC( 0
in all the new styles and toes.
R O Y S '
we are strictly up to date with
prices right, as we bought in
May before the advance in
Leather. We can suit you in
Price, Quality and Hty'.e.
Our Men's New Fall Hats are in.
We will continue the slaughter on
summer goods in Ladies' Oxfords,
Misses' Slipporsand Negligee Shirts.
We cordially invite you to inspect
our new goods.
For tin' present we will sell siili' Spring
Hui-k wii'.'iins nl :'il.ii; Kiel Spring lit J-'h.im.
To) Ungates Willi Saivcii Wheels, Pennine
Leather Cushion ami liuck, :lT..'x); all strict
ly spot cash.
'Fine Haggles cheaper than anybody.
II .1. 1. STItKKT A Co.
WiisIiIiisMi Liiw ninl llitims ruiiiimiiv
Homes ." it i I 7. 17.'. l-on IIiiii.i Av
enue . V., iihiiiKtoii, ! 0.
Will, nil very reasonable lerniH prosecute
I .ni.il I'liiiois. including Mineral Lands anil
jM ines, Applient inns fur Pal cuts and l'eii
sions, and all nl le r Cairns before I he 1'is
trict of Cnliiinhiii Courts, the several (iov
e I'M i ii cut, I ( pari i nen is. I lie i 'on rt of ('laiins.
iindthesunieiiiei'diirl of the I nited Slates.
The i '( i, piinv w ill also aid lawyers, at a
distance, in preparing their cases for the
Supreme Court of the I'nited stales, and
for a small consideration w ill furnish cor
respondents information concerning mat
ters In Washington that they may desire to
know. Si'iid for circulars.
If .lolls ti. slatkh, President.
nn: .M) DICK I I I i i in I K
Is t he only one for mule or catt le feeders to
buv. l'or sale only by
it .1. 1 ST .( F kt A Co.
H. S. BANNER,
Lawyer and Court
4'rnctlccH 1" All t'oiiitx.
Oltlce with Klgiipr A Padgett.
sep:i ly COUMBIA. TKNX.
i VIA AMZKI IKON
For Boriio Puns, for sale by
I. P. stkkkt A Co.
G. H. A. GERDING & CO ,
Union Street, - - NASHVILLE TENN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
ICE CREAM, CAKES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Xnshville call and get a good
lunch for 20 cents.
J. A. TITG0HB,
Sale of Live Stock.
anil Farm Implements.
Villous sold at private sale before Sat
urday, the 1st h dav of September, 1SP7, 1
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
small, hut choice herd of dairy cattle.
Southern Hurry No. 4.t7) (by Little
1 tarry No. 8,sns, sire of Little Ooldie, 34
lbs 8''a : ox. ; Alteration, 21 lbs i oz, both
World's Fair Tests. First dam Witch
ing Hour, test 111 lbs 13 i' z-) at head of
herd. Farm implements, road cart, sul
kv, etc. Sale to begin at - o'clock, p. m.
"Ti'hms Cash! A. N. AKIN.
ki:i Miti ic.
The Disc Prill It the only one to liny; run
ner drills ai back numbers." The Supe
rior I I he only sueccsnful disc drill, and up-to-date
farmers should have the best. Only
drill niaile with separate seed cups for oats
mid for wheat. J. 1". SritKKT A Co. It
For Boys ani Girls,
Maury Comity Tenn.
Fall Term Kegim Angtiit HI
ttonrri " per Term.
Tuition from 'J lu S3 per month.
students enter Viindcrhilt I'niverslty on
"Howard Institute Is one of the very best
school In nil the patronizing territory of
Vanderbilt I'nlversit v."
J. H. KIRKI.ANP. Chancellor.
Vauderbilt l'niversit.vNasliTille, fenn.
CKKAT K A ltd A INS
In two-horse wanons. We have Just bought
at Job lot price 'J.I Jackson wagons, assorted
!!., S, ami 8', inch. We propose to close
them out at once for cash at cut prices.
Come quick if vou want a wagon at ihM to
17.50 each less than any other wagon.
It J. r. Stkkkt A Co.
in color and
IT IS "YELLOW JACK."
i lie Pleaded Malady Breaks Out in
There Have, Iteen 7 IH Chkcs Since July
8, It ii t of TlK-xf Only Nine Have
Ockan Springs, Miss., Sept. 9.
Dr. John Ouiteras, of Philadelphia,
readied Ocean Springs to-day. He
visited the pick to day in company
with Drs. Bailey and Oant to
diagnose the malady and establish
the certainty as to whether it is yel
low fever or not.
Under instructions from the Super
intendent of the Louisville & Nash
ville, Dr. Ouiteras was put off in the
woods a couple of miles from Ocean
Springs. It was not long thereafter
before the Doctor ran up against the
quarantine trocha, and the distin
guished visitor had fully to establish
his identity before he was permitted
to run the line. On his arrival in
Ocean Springs Dr. Ouiteras went
immediately to work and in person
investigated a number of cases of the
prevailing sickness. He found only
two cases, it is said, that deserve the
term doubtful or suspicious.
A thorough canvass of the wards
of Ocean Springs, completed late
this evening, shows there have been
748 cases of the prevailing fever
since July 8. There are now thirty
seven still sick. The total deaths
have been nine, and in several in
stances physicians' certificates show
the fever was complicated with
other diseases. There are believed
to have been only two deaths due to
yellow jack. At the suggestion of
Dr. Gant every house where there
has been sickness, or there is now, is
being fumigated. Dr. Gant says
whether the prevailing disease is
yellow fever or low malaria, it is cer
As'indicated by the difficulty Dr.
Ouiteras has had in getting into the
Springs, quarantine is being very
strictly maintained. Fishermen
and hunters who were out of the
town when the cordon was estab
lished have not been permitted to
return. Armed men are posted in
every direction ana ocean firings
seems to be determined that no
more sickness of any kind shall be
imported within her borders.
Riloxi people are not absolutely
convinced that the fever there is
yellow jack. Dr. Harralson lias so
pronounced the cases, but when he
has completed his investigation at
Ocean Springs, Dr. Ouiteras will be
asked to Biloxi and determine pos
itively whether or it Dr. Harral
son has correctly diagnosed the
At Scrum on.
Mohii.k, Ala., Sept.
reports from the Acting
Scranton, Miss., are that
man, of the Louisiana
Health, has found there
of yellow fever, botli
anil two suspicious
physicians disagree with his diag
nosis. One of the convalescents is
Capt. O. B. Lyons. Others not re
ported. Cheapest Line nfc-
School Books, School Supplies,
Baskets, Satrliels. etc., etr.
Wall I'll per, Hie, ftjc, or,c, etc.
IlihlfH iitv; Textttmi'nt o:e.
Iliii reduction in Hummock,
liiyyext Tablet in Town )-e.
mayl4 A. I). FKIEKSON.
Mr. Jack Jones, after a
ness from pneumonia, died at his
home at Rock Spring last Thursday,
Sept. 2, in the 42nd year of his age.
The funeral services were conducted
at Corinth the day following by
Elders Sowell and Derryberry, and
the remains were interred in the
Watson graveyard at Bryant Sta
tion. Deceased leaves a wife and
several children, who have the sym
pathy of many friends.
Marie, the fourteen-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Young, died at the home of its par
ents in Pulaski last Saturday, Sept.
4. The funeral services were con
ducted in Pulaski and the remains
brought to Columbia Monday morn
ing and interred in Rose Hill Cem
Mrs. Maggie Jones Orr, wife of Mr.
E. A. Orr, died at her home in Mt.
Pleasant last Tuesday morning at
::) o'clock in the 30th year of her
age. The funeral services were con
ducted in the Methodist Church at
Mt. Pleasant Wednesday at 9 a. m.,
by Rev. A. C. Couey, and the reT
mains were interred in Lawrence
cemetery. Mrs. Orr leaves surviving
her a husband and three children,
who have the sympathy of a large
circle of friends. She was a gentle
Christian woman and greatly loved
by those who knew her best.
Mrs. Lula Shaw, wife of Mr. F. A.
Shaw, died at her residence on South
High street last Wednesday night at
10 o'clock, at the age of 27 years.
Mrs. Shaw had only been 6ick about
ten days, and her death was unex
pected. The funeral services were
conducted at the residence yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock by Rev.
W. A. Provine, and the remains
were interred in Rose Hill Ceme
tery. To Patrons Columbia Creamery Co.
According to our promise that as
soon as prices advanced we would
increase the price of Butter rat, 1
have the pleasure of notifying you
that the price for September will be
17c per pound. F. E. Fisher,
A Short Honeymoon.
Grant Hawkins (colored), who
was wanted here on the charge of
gaming, was arrested in Nashville
Monday and brought here that eve-
ning by Sherltl Webb, mwkinsldren and tou to colored children,
has only been married about three
"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.
Hi film'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
legs 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.
Rev. Anthon Derryberrv occupied
the pulpit of the Christian Church
last Sunday night.
The Ebenezr Raptist Association
met with the Santa Fe Church yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock, a large
number being in attendance.
Mrs. Frame closed a revival meet
ing at Cross Bridges last Tuesday
Rev. J. H. Thompson, of Macon,
Mo., has accepted the call to the
pastorate of the First Raptist church
of this city, to fill the. vacancy
caused by the resignation of Rev. A.
L.Davis. Mr. Davis time expires
Oct. 1, and Mr. Thompson will take
charge Nov. 1.
Elder McClaren, of Lynnville, will
preach in the Christian Church next
Sunday morning and night.
Rev. W. R. McRennoii is leading
the Men's Noonday Prayer Meeting
this week, and the attendance has
been good. During the very hot
weather, and while quite a number
were at the springs, the attendance
was small, but now that all have re
turned and more pleasant weather
is promised, christian men should
not only avail themselves of this
means of grace, but should help
others by inducing them to go.
Listen for the noonday bell, and re
member that it calls ijon to the
upper chamber for communion,
thanksgiving and prayer.
Rev. F. R. Webb returned from
his vacation last week and occupied
Ins pulpit last Sunday.
The union services will be held in
the First Presbyterian church next
Sunday night. This will be the last
service of this kind for this sum
mer. Rishop Gailor will occupy the pul
pit at St. Peter's church next Sun
The King's D uightersjjwill meet
next Thursday, the Kith, with Mrs.
R. P. Dodson, at 4 p. m. Full at
tendance desired: business of im-
Following is the fourth round for
quarterly conferences in the Colum
Forest (irove, September 4, 5.
Lvnnville, September 5, 6.
Mt. Pleasant 11, 12.
South Columbia, September 17,
Columbia, September Ill, 20.
Hurricane, September 2'), 2ii.
Richland circuit, October 2, :i.
Fall Hiver circuit, October ti, 10.
Prospect circuit, October 10,11.
J. R. Stkwakt, P. K.
"Polly fiii ine Kettle On,
We have catered to the public
for 28 years, and thus far we
nave suited our patrons to a
which we shall continue to do
with their co-operation. Cof
fee is lower than for years
lbs Our Rlend, roasted,for $1.00.
Just received new crop Rolled
Oats and Shredded Wheat, New
Public School Opening.
The public schools of this city
opened last Monday morning. The
first day's attendance at the white
school was 362, of which 181 were
boys and 181 girls, and at the colored
school the attendance for the first
tatr waa 1AO Thora hard haon ohiinf
450 certificates issued to white chil-
and nearly all of these will be en
rolled In a few days.
w. Garni Grocery Go
OVER THE COUNTY
Tin Types for "e at Yoi'.'s.
Maury County's cotton crop is
W. E. Sharp has tendered
resignation as constable of the
Arrangements have been made
with the L. & N. Railroad to build a
new depot at Ewell's.
Charles Michel, of Paris, France,
was in Mt. Pleasant this week, in
specting the phosphate mines.
Daniel Williams has been ap
pointed Road Commissioner in 24th
district, in place of J. U. Jones, de
ceased. Miss Laura Owens, who has been
visiting in the Rigbyville neighbor
hood, left Friday for her home in
The Citizens' Telephone Company
have just finished putting in an ex
change with six subscribers at Rig
byville. The line to Hampshire is
also about completed.
Work has commenced on the un
finished portion of the Williams
port and Columbia turnpike. The
distance to build is about 2:,4 miles,
and churt is being used.
"Substitute," from Culleoka, says
that "Barbara" has promised to
send the Herald a letter while on
her visit in Texas. We also hope
that "Substitute" will not entirely
desert us during "Barbara's" ab
sence. The following delegates have been
elected to represent Maury County
at the State reunion of ex-Confederates,
which meets in Memphis Oct.
1:5: W. J. Wliitthorne, W. S. Jen
nings, J. L. Jones, W. A. Smith, T.
(i. Cheairs, Loyd Cecil, Sims Latta,
Maj. Will Polk and M. 11. Tomliu
sou. Mrs. Etigena Hinton. of Mississip
pi, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. In
gram and Mrs. Walker, at Mt.
Pleasant. This is the first time
they have met each other for thirty
seven years, and it is needless to say
that their meeting was ti very
affectionate and happy one and
brought to memory many fond
recollections of by-gone days.
MissClabie Taylor, the Hkkald's
talented "Barbara," from Culleoka,
left for Texas last week on a pro
tracted visit to her brother. Miss
Taylor is one of the Hkr.vld's most
ellicient correspondents, and we
heartily regret to lose her even tem
porarily from our family. Her large
circle of friends of which the
'H kkali) has the honor to be num
bered among the first wish for her
a pleasant sojourn in the Lone Star
We have three desirable and well
located small farms for sale. Near
Columbia, close to school, good rich
land. One about 20 acres, one about
40 acres, one about HO acres. For
further particulars, call on
tf RctleixtK & Gordon.
Rev. A.C. Davis and Oscar Davis,
his nephew,, returned last Friday
evening, after several week's spent
at Wool ley Springs, Ala.
Mrs. Anna lidwell has returned
to Nashville. She was accompanied
by Miss Anna Phelan, her daughter,
and Miss Pearl Phelan. They will
be absent about two weeks.
Mrs. Dollie Miller is at home
again, Having 6pent several days
very pleasantly with relatives on
Miss Mattie Alexander gave an
enjoyable entertainment to her
young associates Friday night oi
last week. All seemed to enjoy
themselves and several hours were
very pleasantly spent.
We oiten wonder why the city
authorities allow the sidewalks and
streets to be blockaded with all
kinds of machinery, wagons, posts,
shingles and various other things
too numerous to mention. It may
be alright, but the streets and pave
ments do not look well cumbered
with things, and do not make a very
favorable impression upon strangers
visiting our city.
There is some whispering of a
wedding in or near North Columbia
in a short time.
We take pleasure it stating that
we were mistaken as to a saloon be
ing opened in this portion of the
Joe Stapleton, after several years
spent in the West, has returned to
visit his mother, Mrs. John Lan
caster. Hank Martin, (col.), was before
the Recorder last Tuesday morning
for being drunk and raising a row
with Luke Bonner, (col.), on North
Hlsh street. He paid $7.50 for his
Mules to Loan.
I have one hundred good sugar
yearlings to loan for their feed
W. P. RlDLKY.
The church was crowded with all
the fashion and some of the wit of
Saharahurst. The enviable couple
stood before the multitude, being
one, and hemmed in by the bride
maids and ushered beyond the possi
bility of escape. The solemn cere
mony proceeded, interrupted only
by the suppressed sobs of the bride's
mother, until the minister pro
nounced the usually perfunctory
i formula, "If any man can show just
6 1 cause why they may not lawfully be
joined together, let him now speak,
or else nereauer iorever noiu nis
peace, and was serenely proceeding,
"Yes, sir. please, sir, I d-do!"
burst unon our astonished ears. The
voice was sharp and shrill and
broken by emotion, but the crack of
doom could no more have started us
Every eye was directed toward it,
and we beheld a small boy in tears,
a sailor suit, and struggling in his
"V-ves. sir. please," he shrieked,
"she she p-promised to w-wait till
I grew up and m-marry m-me!"
A Klondike Gold Mine
is good enough in its jtluoe, but you
can't find any flour so cood as "Blue
We have too many Laiies' Shirt
Waists; while they last we
w ill offer all of our ilk
Lace Curtains, 38c, 4i)c pair and up.
See our Large Towels for oc and luc.
Ladies' White Vests, oc and 10c.
All kinds of Writing Papers and En
velopes. Box Papers, 5c. 10c, 15c to 24c.
Note Papers, plain and ruled, 3c, fie,
8c, 10c quire.
23 envelopes in a pack from le to 10c
Legal and Foolscap paper, oc to Do
Good pens, all styles, 4c dozen.
Good Lead Pencils, 3c dozen up.
Good Ink and Mucilage, 3u a bottle.
Slate Pencils, 2c dozen.
Plain Slates, 2c, 3c and 4c each.
Covered Slates, 5e and 8c each.
Double Covered Slates, 10c, 15c and
School bags, oc to 20c each.
Lunch Baskets, oc, 10c, 15c to 25c
School Tablets, for pencil use. lc to 5c
School Tablets, for ink use, 3c to i)c.
Wall Taper Cheap!
cheaper than ever.
One quart size, 4Sc dozen.
Half gallon size, 58c dozen.
Ice Cream Freezers at bottom
The young ladies of
serve ice-cream at Mr. J.
son's on Friday evening
beginning at 5:30 o'clock.
Rev. Dr. Jones' lecture on "Stone
wall Jackson," was delivered at an
hour last night too late for comment
in this issue, but will be reported in
Miss Mattie Alexander enter
tained at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Alexander, in
North Columbia, last Friday even
ing. The time was spent in playing
various games, and at a late hour
nice refreshments were served.
Those present were: Misses Irene
Kippax, Bessie Alcorn, Ida Lip
scomb, Jessie White, Eloise Davis,
Lizzie B. Houser and Bessie Daim
wood; Messrs. Earl Vos, W. M.
Allen of Santa Fe, Leslie Davis,
Emmet Dogger, Ben Latta, Frank
Latta, Will Wood and Thos. .Alex
ander. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McFall enter
tained at their home in West End
last Tuesday evening, complimen
tary to Miss Belle McFall, of Aus
tin, Texas. Cards and dancing were
indulged in, and nice refreshments
were served. Those present were:
Misses Martin, Walker, Cusey,
Williamson, Estes, Emma and
Amanda Harlan, and Clara and
Ida Lipscomb; Dr. Bledsoe Brown,
Messrs. Ernest Redinon, Theodore
Stephenson, Sam Williams, Sam
Harlan, Jones Hunch, Will and Sam
Armstrong, Wiley Embry, Dave
Fleming and Joe Casey.
Miss Ethel Hendley entertained
the EmbrQtdery Club on Thursday
evening of last week. This was the
first meeting of the club for quite a
while, and was much enjoyed by all.
The main feature of the entertain
ment was Shakespearian quotations,
and during the evening a delightful
menu was served, the ciut) met
yesterday evening with the Misses
Moore on Lebanon Heights.
The young men of the Lebanon
Heights neighborhood gave a moon
light picnic Monday night, compli
mentary to Miss Florida Franklin,
of Gallatin, who is the guest of the
Misses LoulTe and Sadie Sheegog
entertained last evening, compli
mentary to their guest, Miss Florida
Franklin, ouite a numoer or young
people went out from Columbia, and
the evening was spent in a most en
Leads Her Race.
Lutie A.Lytle, aged 23, a negress,
of Memphis, has been licensed to
practice law In the courts of Ten
nessee. She is the first representa
tive of her sex of any color to be
admitted to the bar in Tennessee.
She is the only colored woman in
the South licensed to practice law,
and it is said she is the only colored
woman in the United States that is
a member of the bar.
users fkuit jabs
Dr. M. P. ftlerrill,
Olliee over Dr. Williamson's ofliee, (Jar
NlTltolTSOXlOK OAS KOU l'AINI.KSS KV
TRACTION OF TKKTII.
Okfick Hoc its K:(Xi a. m. to.ii.Ki p. m.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate!
Hy virtue of the authority conferred
upon me by two deeds of trust dated
July l.(th, and August 17th , lsC, record
ed respectively in book 8.'!, volume 4, p.
25H and i. 2W, R. O. M.C., and exe
cuted by Trustees of the Spring Hill Fe
male seminary, sometimes called
"Spring Hill Female Academy," I will
sell to the highest bidder for'cash, free
from the equity of redemption at the
court-house door, in Columbia, Tenn., on
Moniliiy, tiit 27th l)nv of Sptciii1.r, '!?,
between the hours of 10 a. m., ami 12
o'clock m., the following described
house and lot known as the Female
Academy, situated in Sprint: Hill, Mau
ry County; Tenn.. hounded as follows:
lieginninu: at a stake in center of Pot
ter's lane or street, about 30 feet from
Henry Cayee's X. K. corner; thence
with said Potter's lane S. M degrees K.
10 (12-iao p. to a stake in center of said
lane ; thence S. hi degrees W. 21 Hii-KHI p.
to a stake; thence N. XI degrees V. 17 p.
to stake in lane west of seminary;
thence X. M2 degrees K.22 (Mi-loo p. to be
ginning, containing 1 acre, 3 r. and 13 p.,
and being same conveyed by deeds
from Henry Wade and M. T. Cheairs,
recorded in Hooks Y, vol. 1, p. l!S, and L,
vol. 2, p. 231, It. O. M. C. Said sale will
be made to satisfy expenses of sale and
debt due the Maury County Building
and Loan Association, secured by said
trust deeds. II. . FULTON,
Sec. and Treas. of Maury County Build
ing and Loan Association, Trustee.
8 27 4t
II. B.Titeomb, vs. Mrs. J. K. Parks, et. al.
In Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
ma'de nt the April term ls'.iT, and en
tered at page 75 of the minutes, in above
styled case, I will on Monday the 20th
day of September ls-7, at the Court
House door in Columbia, Tennessee,
sell to the highest and best bidder, the
property in said bill described, being
two tracts of land known as the 15. F.
Parks lands, lying and being iu the
23rd Civil District of Maury County,
Tennessee, tine tract is bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: On the north hy the
Phiir tract, .. T. Hardison, and 'V. 1'..
(iordon ; on the east by the Hlair tract,
and the . I. S. Perry tract; on the south
by the lands of 11." T. Sellers, the school,
aiid church property, and .1. M. Allen,
and on the west by "the lands of McCor
iniek and Holcomb containing PHI
acres more or less.
The other tract adjoins the above
described tract, and is bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: On the north by the lands
of '.. T. Hardison and MeCormiek, east
by the lands of . I. ( i. Lee, south by the
lands of 11. T. Sellers, and west by II.
T. Sellers and the lirst above described
tract, containing 1S3 acres more or less.
The two tracts toget her containing 283
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 lie seen at the ollico of
the Clerk (V 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 be 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, drasving 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 day of August
18H7. A. N. Akin, C. et M.
W. B. Gordon, Solicitor. aug20 4t
D. 15. White vs. X. A.
White et als.
In Chancery Court, at
In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, made at the
April term, 1803, page 5ti.", and revived
at August special term, 18H7, at page 224,
in the above styled case, 1 will, on
Monday, the 37t)i Day of 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, lyinu and beinir in the (Hh
civil district of Maury County, Tennes
see, oounnea on -ortii oy tne lands or
Mack and John L. Heard, Kastbv Duck
river, South hy Mrs. Ellen Houser,
West by II. H. Curry, containing 50
acres more or less.
Tkhms of hale:-Said sale will be
made on a credit of six months, and in
bar of the equity of redemption. Xotes
drawing interes't from day of sale, with
good personal security, will he required
of the purchaser, and a lien will be re
tained on the property sold, as further
security. This 27th day of August, ls(.i7.
A. X. AKIX, Clerk and Com'r.
COAL AND WOOD.
(Ill) Ct'M ItERLAM), rOFLAK
Itl.OCK, JKI.I.K'O, I'ltOVI
DEN'CK, and other CohU.
Prompt delivery. Special Inducements of
fered to purchasers In large quantities.
Yard near depot. CHIchh telephone No.
Hi. All ADKISSON.
UNCALLED FOlt LETTERS.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the post-otlice, for the week
ending sept, mtn, isi7.
Brown Miss I
Long Miss Lalie
Brown Mrs VAH
Bain 'Miss Xora
Booker Miss K E
Lattig 1) T
McKay C H
Brutnlett Alnhonzo Porter l'.ildin
Calbert Mrs Melisse Pigg Cvrus
Canler Miss Artie Pope W C
I'aroer anss l-arar
Prewett Rev A
Power Kim a
Danner Kmil A
Frierson Till (col)
Kamadohr F C 2
Fryerson Mrs LuciaUutledg Miss Ida
f . 1 , t- l i,...i.u r - n. :
Filerson W B
Smith Mrs Harriett
OofT T B
Hooker Miss B H
Smitn Mrs J u
Williams Miss R B
Johnson Miss Oph'l Winter W X
Jordan uenrv iggs J it
Johnson Richard Wright Mrs Anna.3
Jiminson Lizzie V White Miss Hattie 3
Johnson Dr J T Williamson Walter
Parties calling for the above letters
will please say advertised.
U. F. Fariss, I. M.