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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FltlDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 18!7.
We take pleasure in announcing that our
golden-haired school-mate of otherdays,
and we extend our sympathies to the
Miss Laura Owens, who has been
spending the summer with her sister,
Mrs. K. M. 1'ender, left for her home in
Alabama lat Friday. Miss Laura made
many friends while' here, who regret to
live lier up, and indulge in the hope
that she will again lend her charms to
Bigbyville at some future day.
Mrs. James Buvkett and children,
after a pleasant visit to relatives here,
returned to their home at Springfield
Mrs. Anna (J. Adkisson went down to
Primms last week to remain several
days before returning to Memphis.
With best wishes, we remain the 11 Kit
Elvira and Hki'oktkk.
MSASTKOl S WRECK.
Many Killed ami Wounded in n Col
lision on the Santa Ft Komi.
Hon. V. ,1. llryiin Was a l'Hsieni;er
One of I he Train, and Assisted In
Curl lit; for the Head ami
Will soon take place. Watch for the dates,
for we intend this opening to surpass all
Our Mrs. Williamson
Is now East, and will soon return with a
stock of MILLINERY, that we warrant
will please any lady in Columbia.
Mr. T. C. PETRI
Is also in the Eastern markets, and new
goods are arriving daily. We have already
received some handsome Woolen Dress
Goods for the early fall, which are selling
very rapidly. Our line of
for Ladies, Misses, and Children, is now
complete, and you can go nowhere and get
as nice a Shoe for as little money as you
NoiiHfiixH Hiid News, O.lilx and Kuris,
Wle mill Otherwise.
Happy is he whose sweetheart
Is wife and sweetheart still
Whose voice as of old can charm ;
Whose kiss as of old can thrill.
Kt!il: "Papa, does (rod tell you
what to write in your sermon?"
Pupa: "Yes, my dear."
Ethel: "Then why do you scratch
out so much?"
Papa (after a pause) : "To please
your mother," Truth.
"And now, little children," said
the Hunday-school superintendent,
if you are good children, some day
you muy wear a golden crown."
"Paw's got one on his tooth now,"
chirped the smallest and newest
boy. Christian Work.
HERE IS A CORKER.
A Chicago man by the name of
Hates is married to seven wives, and
yet they are trying to punish him
Aunt Well, Hobby, what do you
want to be when you grow up?
Hobby (sultering from parental
discipline) An orphan. London
can iret from us.
New Dress Goods, New Trimmings, New
Millinery for the Opening which will take
ace soon at the
T. C. PETRI, Proprietor.
Happiness and misery are heart
qualities and are not dependent on
surrounding circumstances. There
are people who can extract happi
ness apparently out or misery, ami
there are others who always are un
happy though their surroundings are
all that the wealth of tins world can
Professor of English Literature (to
modern vounir man) How would
you punctuate this sent"iice: "Tin
bi autitul trill for such she was rode
out into the night on her bicycle?'
Student I think, prolessor, L
would make a dash after tl.e beauti
ful girl. Tid-Hits.
This saving of Stevenson s is to
irrace his monument in San Fran
cisco: "To earn a little, to spend
a little less, to be honest, to be kind,
to keep a few friends, and these
without capitulation.1' It comes
from his "Christian Sermon."
Emi'okia, Kan., Sept. 8. At least
twelve men were killed and ten or a
dozen injured in a collision on the
Santa F.i Hoad to-night between the
fast mail going east and the Mexico
& California train going west. Hon.
W. J. Hryan was a passenger on the
west-bound train, but was in the
rear car, probably 400 feet from
where the wreck occurred. Mr.
Hryan was one of the most active
men in the crowd of rescuers. He
helped go through the wreck, brav
ing the most terrible dangers and
assisting in carrying out most of the
dead and wounded men and paying
the greatest attention to their care.
His cool head was valuable in point
ing out dangers and directing how to
One man who was badly wounded
called for Hryan and said: "I went
to hear you speak to-day; am dying
now, and I want to shake your hand
now and say (?od bless you. If you
possiblv can, Mr. Hryan, get ma a
drink of water."
Mr. Hryan went into the fast mail
i I . . 1 - . !
car, the enu oi wnieu was uuriuug,
and secured him the desired uruiK
of water. He then went into a car
and brought out a cushion seat to
make a pillow lor anotner (tying
man. He was everywhere and
assisting everybody, and was per
fectly cool during all the terrible
The train must have been running
at the rate of at least forty miles an
hour. The conductor and brake-
men were geuing men- nuui-ms
ready for Emporia, which was three
mil.s off. There was no warning
signal. The westbound tram was
truing around a siignc curve ami uiei
the fast mail. T"e three engines,
jammed together by the mighty im
pact, exploded instantly, tearing a
h.l, in ihH track so deep that the
smoking cars of the westbound train
went on top of the wrecK or inree
engines, and the two mail cars bal
anced there without turning over.
To add to the general confusion
ami panic, the lights in all the cars
went out. They soon filled with
smoke and the peculiar odor arising
from the pouring of water on hot
cindeis half choked the passengers
as they fought their way out in- the
The wreck was caused by the mis
carriage orders from the trainmas
ter. The conductor and engineer
of the eastbound train were ordered
,r Viiiiuiri'i meet and onss the
I ..... T 1 1"t 1 T .1 1-t1
westbound train at i.ang s, anum imperial nuwa anil i,anu ivoiiers
. 4 ..,1.,.. t.-v
oven nines eusi. ah uium
A PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION.
OUR COKliESPON DENTS.
(Continued from Third l'agn.)
CiiAXKoiti) Hollow, Sept. 7. On last
Thursday morning, September 2, the
dark Angel of death entered the home
of Mr. Jack .lames and bore away his
spirit, lie had been sick for only a few
days, when an Allwise Father called
him to a home where there will be no
more sickness nor sorrow. He leaves a
wife and six children and a host of
friends and relatives to mourn his un
timely death. Mr. James had bean a
member of the Christian church for a
number of years, and led a noble,
christian life. He will not only be
missed in his own home, but his church
lias lost a noble man. Ilo was a dear,
loving companion, a kind father and a
good neighbor. He always had a smile
for everyone he met and was ever ready
to lend a helping hand to those in need.
It is indeed hard to part from those
that are so dear to us, but God knows
best. Funeral services were conducted
by Dro. . C. Sowed at Corinth, and the
remains were laid to rest near Bryant
We are gild to report Mrs. Johnnie
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Speed is very sick at this writ
ing. Mrs. W. R. Atkeisson is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. S. 1. Hayes, near Hock
Snrinir. this week.
Mr. James Huckabv will soon have
his new residence completed.
Miss Annie Speed is the guest of Mrs.
Walter Speed this week.
U'e return our many thanks to the
kind editor for the IIkk.vld tickets,
although we were hindered by sickness
from going; Litti.k Stuanokk.
. T. Wilkes and A. S. Herryberry,
under the firm name of Wilkes i
Herryberry, are now fully equipped
and readv for business a9 under
takers. Location in the Hethell
Hlock on Garden street. tf
Hkk.vld folk, you will see she U very
far West. She has promised in her own
mind, to send you a letter. e hope she
We both congratulated ourselves on
having a new correspondent from Cul-
leoka to give us the ondits during her
absence. "No Name" writes newsy
etters. He must come up into the heart
of the town and give us some social
items. When he was a lad it was pre
dicted that Journalism would be his
forte. We do not like his nom de plume.
live us another name, dear loin. Ijet
it be a significant one, worthy of the
vears and honors to come.
air. mm i eeoies, son oi iwv. u.
Peebles, was married Sunt. 2 to Miss
Ijonnie Harris, near Meirasi, rsearora
conntv. Ho noes this week to take
ehrif' of a school in Southern Texas,
Ve wish them much Happiness aim
1 . . . . i , i , ....
rror. uranam openeu senooi m tuts
new Academy nuuaing luesnay, wiin
forty pupils. This is a hrst class pre
paratory school. Mr. Graham Is a
scholar, a disciplinarian and a Christian
gentleman above criticism, i uueoKa is
fortunate in securing teacners ior ner
public and private schools. May they
move onwarn, aespue poeiry ur piou.
A protracted meeting is in progress ai
the Methodist Church. Dr. Kelly and
Rev. Carroll, of Fayetteville, will assist
the pastor. Brother Johnston began
the services last Sunday with an ap
propriate sermon. Miss Brownie Tom
linson sang a beautiful solo, One Day
Miss Virginia Tomlinson goes to
Kinds. Texas, this week to take her
position as teacher in the public school,
a position, she has held for two years.
Our farmers are sighing for rain.
Thev are grateful for past blessings and
ask for more.
It would be a pleasure to keep in
touch with the correspondents of "Our
Paper," but it cannot be. Our wise
editor wants crisp, newsy letters for his
paper, the public demands it, and we
live too quiet a life to gather interesting
facts. "No Name" can and will keep us
nosted as to Culleoka and vicinity.
Tlirmnrh him alone shall I bo able to
glean tho news. Scbstiti te.
Ci lleoka. Sept. 7, 1S"7. After a long
silence, we come again with greeting
to our llK.itAl.o hand, and thanks to the
innmianiin.us editor for the kind re
lnt'inhraiiee on reunion day. It was
with many regrets that we had to deny
ouisclvi's the nleasure of being witl;
vou on that happy day. We did the
next best thing and sent you a most
charming woman instead; one who was
iiitcrestoiirlv entertained, and is very
profuse in her compliments of our kind
and courteous editor.
Mrs. J. C. Fowler and baby Holman,
after a six weeks' stay with us and kin
folks of Williamson county, left last
week for their home in McAlester, I. T.
Barbara," too, bade us good-bye for
Ballinger, Texas. After the sunshine
conies the shadow. In our ipiiet home
we sometimes hear a baby's sweet
voice and the pattering of precious feet,
that are only echoes of the past weeks.
Barbara" has only gone away to
brighten a bereaved home for awhile.
When the forest has put on her robes of
russett and gold she will come back to
us. She is the "power behind the
throne" Without her, our little home
kingdom would lose its prestige. Bil
linger has fifteen hundred inhabitants,
with churches of all denominations and
an Kpworth league, which is dear to
her heart. While she Ftands upon the
banks of the Colorado and the Concho
rivers, and plucks pecans, the prairie
dogs come out of their dugout homes,
and give a bark of defiance. So, dear
Harwood's Sarsnparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. a. a. ivaijn!-.
BiniiYViLi.K, Sept. 7. Expressions of
Himrceiation are due our kind editor,
and we hasten to send our thanks to
show him how much we did appreciate
his kindness lasi amruity. x no uj-
will lorn? be remembered and often re-
vprtud tn as one of the brightest in
tablet. I think the entire
1 1 v un fnmilv en loved the trip, but
ii, hi.. 'ninre than we. ana now again let
us return our thanks.
We are sorrv to report Mrs. J. U
CmirtiiHV hut little imnroved. Her con
dition at Dresent excites deepest inter
est amoiiLT her many friends.
Mrs. John Sowell, who has been quite
nick, we are irlad to sav is very much
Rev. J. F. Tlnnon is at present visit
ing relatives and friends at this place
Mr. Tinnon was once the pastor here.
Mr. ii. It. Arthur, of Sliellman, la.
hs heen with V. A. Wriirht this week
and purchased some stock from some of
n r farmers.
J. V. Beckett, accompanied by Miss
Ktrnnit an d little Jimmie Beckett, visited
Ksq. Holden's family yesterday. Mi84
Knima will remain a few days in the
Tli gad news has just reached us of
th ripsth of Mrs. Maifgie Orr, of Mt,
Pipnannt. We remember her affection
atelv as Miss Maggie Jones, a bright,
An Inrldent of a Trip to Washington
Many Years Ago.
An old timer was in a reminiscent
mood after a trip to Washington, and
among other things recited the follow
ing incident, which could pnesibly occur
in no other country on the globe, and
which seems to show the lervor oi a
most fervid race and pives nu insight
into President Andrew Johnson's char
acter as a man such as could not be
found in a dozen histories of the man
who Hold every elective oflice in the
power of our sovereign people, from con
stable of Columbia, Teuu., to president
of the United States:
"It was just following the impeach
ment trial," said the narrator, "when
Mr. Johnson was making his grand tour
of the country. His party put up at tho
Spencer House, which was then a swell
hotel. When tho presidential party were
leaving the Spencer, the carriages were
driven from tho hotel entrance across to
the east side of Broadway, and it
chanced that tho one in which Mr. John
son and Secretary Stanton were seated
pulled up in front of genial hd Quin
ton's railroad hotel, then at Front and
Broadway, but now, like poor Ed, no
At that time an old Irishman named
Kennedy, nicknamed 'the Democrat,
was employed as houseman atQuinton'B,
and chanced to bo standing at tho front
door with tho youth who was at once
clerk and bookkeeper of the railroad
" 'W'urra, who's the little fat fellow
they're all shakin hands wut?' asked
old Kennedy of the clerk.
"President Andy Johnson,' was the
'Andy Johnson, tho rale out an out
president himstl', f 'oiu Washington?'
" 'Iho Bume.'
'"Do yon think could I f-hake?'
" 'You can.'
"Taking off his battered old hat and
producing from it a yard square red
handkerchief, with which he mopped his
face and wiped his hands, he approach
ed the presidential carriage, which was
an open one. When there, he placed his
hat firmly between his knees, ppat on
his hands, extended tho right and ex
claimed: " 'Wisha, how are ye, Andy, my da
ceut ouid Dimocrat?'
"The beaming smiles on the face of
tho old Irishman were reflected on the
president's as lie grasped the honest
" 'Never better, my old friend. How
"'Oh, begorra, kilt wut pleasure at
seem you. Whisper' (the presidential
head bent down to the speaker). 'Come
an hev a drink wut mo yoursel', au
the ould fellow, Quiutou, have grate
whisky, au, by gobs, he'll trate ua da
cent.' "It is needless to say the party did
not drink, but an the carriage started
Mr. Johnson, turning to Mr. Stanton,
'"Mr. Stanton, that is the most
heartfelt reception I ever met with.' "
NEWEST STYLE SURREY.
For spring of 1S97 we offer you the finest line of vehicles
we have ever brought to Columbia. For fine and medium
work we know we can please you. We have in the
such up-to-date goods as the ?ans Two Horse Corn Planter,
Monitor Cultivator, imperial Disc and Smoothing Harrows,
the conductor of the westoounu
train for him to wait there, was not
delivered. He supposed he was to
pass at Emporia. The train wns
Hurrying on to rjinponu, me. omn
to Lang and made full speed on the
Stretchers were improvised and as
the dead and wounded were taken
from the debris they were passed
down from the top of the rums by a
string of men, who worked nobly.
K.mio of tlie sitrhts were terrible to
witness. William brisby, tlie en
gineer of the fast mail, whose resi
dence is at Topeua, was cohmjious
until he died. He said: "l diet not
see the otner train unui j. e,uuo
upon it. I turned on the air brakes
and jumped. I want you to leave
me and help the victims who were
more fortunate than me."
We buy and sell field seeds and grain. lis a pleasure to
sho-'j goods. Come and see us!
SATTERFIELD & D0DS0N-
DID YOU KVKR
Try KleetrUr Bitters as a remedy tor
-,mr ti-mibles? 1 f not. get a bottle now
an.i rt rpliff. This medicine has been
Subscribe for the Herald.
found to be peculiarly adapted to
relief and cure of all female com
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in
lluence in giving strength and tone to
the organs. If vou have loss of appe
tite, constipation, headache, fainting
spells, or are nervous, sleepless, ex
citable, melancholy or troubled with
dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the med
icine you need. Health and strength
are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents
and $1. at Woldndge tf Irvine's Brug
Store. J"ne4 ly 3
Century. The distance made in
one day by an imaginative rider
when riding alone. (See liar and
'Cranks. (1) Supposably steel
rods which refuse to move when de.
sired, and vice versa. (2) All per
sons who ride wheels.
Cyclometer. A small instrument
operated by turning machines up
side down and revolving front wheel
mnidlv with hand. (See Fake.)
IMsmount. To sever connection
with wheel; may be done in several
Expert. One who is able to scare
a pedestrian to death by coming
within one-eleventh of an inch of
him without hitting him, instead of
running into him and killing him at
Fake. An unreliable or untrue
statement. (See Century or Cyclo
Handlebars. Pieces of steel or
wood used by beginners for testing
and by experts for showing skill by
letting them alone.
Heretic. Anyone who rides a
different make of wheel from one's
Liar. (See Century and Cranks,
Pedals. Two steel devices at
tached to cranks in form of a puzzle;
the object being to keep on both at
Saddle. Something probably in
vented by druggists to boom the
sale of arnica.
Scorcher. A hump-backed, bulging-eyed
creature, who says "Steady-y-y!'and
would wear his sweater
to church if he ever went there.
Suicide. The apparent object of
Tandem. A device to enable a
man to tell if his best girl's back
ha'.r Is her own or not; a sort of
nlpasure conveyance for ladies.
Tire. A rubber thing which is the
best in the market and bursts nine
teen miles from the nearest repair
gh0p.Xew York Truth.
I'l.KllK A NO MA ST KIl'S OKKI0E,
Sept. U, 1SH7.
Maury County Building and Loan As
sociation, Complainant, vs. B. F. Moore
et. al., Defendant.
It appearing from allidavit tiled in
this cause, that the defendant, Minor
('.Akin, is a non-resident of the State
It is therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance herein, before or within
the lirst three days of the next term of
the Chancery Court to be held at Colum
bia, on the 2nd Monday in Octobernext,
1S!)7, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to him and set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consec
utive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest :
A. X. AKIN", Clerk tf Master.
W. S. Fleming, Sol'r for Compl't.
Hannah J. Dunhill, et. al., Kx'trs, vs. T
K. Lipscomb, et. ai.
Iu Chancer' Court at Columbia, Tennessee.
In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, made at the
April term, ls'.iT, at page Pi2, in the above
styled case, I will, on
Saturday, the 2d 1uj or October, 1S97,
in front of the court-house door in Co
lu in bin, Tenn., sell to the highest and
best bidder, the property in said decree
described, lving and being in the Ninth
Civil District of Maury County, Tennes
see, In tlie city or Columbia, Tenn., be
ginning at a point on the west line of
South Main street in said city of Colum
bia, at the north-east corner ef the lot of
Kliza M. r nerson; thence north wardlv
along said west line of South Main
street lu.", feet to a stake. James An
drewu' S. K. corner; thence westwardlv
along said James Andrews' south line
l.Vi feet to a stake; thence southwardly
10." feet to a stake; thence eastwardlv
with said Frierson's north boundery
line 150 feet to the place of beginning,
together with all the iinprovementseon
taiued thereon. Said sale will be made
for cash, free from the equity of re
This the 10th day of September, lS'JT.
A. X. AKIN, C. tf M.
F.. H. Hatcher, Solicitor. 9 10 -It
W. () (iordon, Administrator, vs. I'rl-
cilla Stockard, et. als.
In the County Court at Columbia, Tenn.
In this cause it appearing from the
petition which is sworn to, that Sarah
Cross, alias Dawson, Vance Cross, MAry
Ann J. ross, Harriet Cross, Martha t'ross,
Walter Cross, Moses Cross, M ary (toss,
Henry Cross, Anthony Cross, Malissa
Cross, Catharine Cross, Celina Cross
and a child of Flvira Cross (whose name
and residence are unknown), defen
dants in above styled cause are non
residents of the state. The are there
fore hereby required to appear on or be
fore the first Monday in October next,
before the Clerk or said court ai nis oi
lice in Columbia, Tenn., and make de
fense to the petition tiled against them
in said court by W. (). (iordon, Adminis
trator, otherwise the petition will be
taken for confessed. It is further or
dered that this notice be published for
four consecutive weeks iu the Colum
This 1st day of September, 1K!7.
3 -it J. F. Wilky, Clerk.
1'rofinnor Drummond's I.Mt Dayi.
The last days of Professor Drurnmond
seem to liuve been extremely pathetic.
He wus quite helpless and had to le
wheeled ubout in a bath chair. Only
when visited by intimate friends and
old colleagues did be manifest any of
his buoyant spirit and sparkling wit.
His old friends, Professor O. A. Smith
and Dr. Stalker, were very attentive to
him. When the latter was leaving him
on the occasion of his last visit, Droni
tnond gave the doctor a portrait of him
self seated in the bath chair, tinder
which be had written "The Descent of
iluu. " The pathos of these words affect
ed the doctor deeply. Christian Commonwealth.
Padgett, Trustee, vs. Mrs. Flora 1).
Kunn, et. ais.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, made at the
August special term, Mt7, at page 2S4, in
the above-styled case, I will, in front of
the court-house door, in Columbia, Ten
Monday, September 87, 1S!7,
sell to the highest and best bidder, all
the right, title, claim, interest and es
tate of the defendants, Mrs. Flora D.
Kuhn, M. S. Kuhn, Miss Flora Kuhn,
and Mrs. Irene Ingram in and to the
following described property to-wit:
Situated in the Ninth civil district of
Maury County Tennessee, and bounded
Lot No. 1. Situated on the corner of
West Seventh and High streets, in Co
lumbia, and bounded north by West
Seventh street; east by lieorge Chil
dress' home place; south by Mrs. W. H.
Brown: west by High street, fronting
100 feet on West 7lh street, and 200 feet
on High street.
Iiot Xo.2. Known as the Kuhn tf Tur
pin Carriage Factory property and
hounded on the north by Fast seventh
street and Mrs. John T. Tucker; Fast
bv Mrs. John T. Tucker and Glade
street; south by Mrs. Julia Brown and
colored Baptist Church lot, and west by
Lot No. 3. Two tenement houses in
South Columbia, on south side of 11th
street, formerly conveyed to Kuhntf
Turpinbydeed of James H. Jamison,
recorded in book W, vol. 2, page 24 of
the Begister's oillce, Maury County,
Tennessee, to which deed reference is
made for metes and bounds.
Said lots w ill be sold on a credit of
one and two years, except one-third,
which will be required in cash on day
of sale. Sale free from- the right and
equity of redemption. Notes bearing
interest from the date of sale will be re
quired of the purchat r, with good per
sonal security, and lien retained upon
the p.op.'rty so d t:eujre payment of
tt 9 mrchase money notes.
Ttiis August 2ith,ls!C.
A. X. AKIN, C tf M,
Flguers tf Padgett, Sol'rs.