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T11JS ilOLU.JUltU limAUn i lCIDAV. OCTOUEK 15, t'7
48 nairs of Ladies' Kid. ill
liiitton ii in) Lace Shoes, ill
in sizes 2.1, 3, 3' 4, 4
and 5. Toes and style
all right. Reduced from
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00; now
It will interest you to see
lH thorn hofnro rn hnv
Don't overlook our
STIFF and SOFT HATS; thev jfl
are going like hot cakes. Come jH
and get one before
thev ar6 all III
Remember we are headquar
Shoes, Hats and Gents'
KEl'ORT OF THE CONDITION
AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE
At the Close of Buftlneft Oct. 5th, 1897.
Loans find discounts t.'41.4.V.HK
overdrafts, secured ami unsecured Io,:$ho.-5
1'. H. Bonds to secure circulation. . 15,(K)ti.(K)
Hocks, securities, etc 11 ,52.11
Bun king-house, furniture and fix
Due from National Bunks, (not re
nerve agents) 5.SWl.70
Cue from State Banks and bankers 4,rtia.HK
flue from approved reserve agents, lH,3W.tlH
Checks and other cash Items l.Slii.72
Notes of other National Hunks a.'UO.OO
fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents 153.00
Lawful Money He-
serve In Bunk, viz:
LeKal-tender notes . . . h.owuio 23,H1:!.H0
KetlHinptlou fundwltli IT. S. Treas
urer, (5 per cent of circulation) . 075.00
lue from U. S. Treasurer, other
than 5 percent redemption fund.
LI A 111 LITI KS.
Capital stock paid In $ rto.OOOOO
Hurplus fund 12.OUO.00
1'ndlvldeU profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 11.205.03
National Bank uotes outstanding. 1:1,50000
Ime to State hanks and hankers. . .
Due to other National Banks .. 1.151.40
Individual deposits subject toch'k 253,874 00
IH'inand certlrtcates of deposit ...
Notes and bills rediscouutud
Htatb ok Tknxks-ek, j
County of Maury, i
I, O. A. Farker, cash ler of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief. C. A. Pakkek, Cashier
Hubscrlbed and sworn to before me this
12th day of October, 1W7.
E. C. Latta, Notary Public.
W. M. ClIKAIKS.
K HKKT O. CHURCH,
tlKOKOK T. H 11 HUES,
IUKKKSHIRKS FOR BALK.
Two fine gilts and 7 pig". Litter weighed
4ii pounds at n uays oiu.
It Mks. D. 8. Glahs, Columbia, Tenn.
A 'beneficiary odety founded upon fra
ternity and protection; furnishing life,
accident, Kick, dUalilllty and old aire ln-
efltn. Membership Kept. 110, 1S07, 2S0.HS2.
KstabllHlied in 45 states and province!
Death rate In 181K) only B.tW per 1,000 mem
bers. Order will be 17 years old June 11,
1im. Payments can be aiade monthly,
uuarteriy, semi-annually or yearly in ad
vance, and are based upon the actuary's
tables of mortality. The order now has an
emergency fund of $255,812 50 invested In U.S.
bonds, and cash 1240,254 20, making assets
I504.5W.70, ana has paid death, dlsabi'ity and
old age benefits to the amount of $M,455,7iH.0O.
l urtuer information given by J. A. (Stack
house, I). 8. C, and T. K. Htuoot, who are
topping at Mrs. Miiroison's, on Klghth
Htreet, between Garden, and Houth Main
Streets, city. It
Tou to Inspect our stock of Holiday Goods,
v ending rresenis, uut mass, imported Art
f ..... .... V y i : .. .
, awn, cirKniii i.niiiii9. milling lino mis
ever seen in oiuniiiia neiore
oct I tit Dobbins & Ewinn,
C. W. KLEIN,
J KWGLKK and
By an entirely new
process I am enabled
to make an accurate tit. In most cases
without the use of Atropine or any other
drug whatever. Permanently locaiea ai
Novelty Millinery Store, t olumbia, lenn
And old housekeepers also will And our new
goods in Crockery, China and Glassware
cue nest values. )ohimns k t.wisu.
oct I ttt
The insolvency of the estate ot W. E
Salrd, deceased, has bevn suggested, and
all parties having claims against said estate
ace hereby notified to file them with thb
Clerk of the County Court, duly autuenti
cated.on or before March HO, lww.
Mrs, M. E. Baird, Administratrix.
We are the people that sell Heating Stoves
Octlttt Dobbins A Ewma
PCBLIC STOCK HALE.
On Thursday, October. IW. on my farm
on Knob Creek. 10 miles North-west or Co
lumhia. I will sell to the highest bidder,
about 40 head of stock, consisting of wean
lings, yearlings' and two-year-old mules,
mares and colts; several nice driving
horses, i.yrnrs-oia; niso uncnaoi me nest
jennets in tne state, by sucn sires as Leone,
Ma Jorlca, Monarch, Taxpayer and Dicta
tor. The horses are Duplex and Tom Hals.
All of the above stock are In tine condition
and good shape. I am going to quit the
took business, and this la mv closing sale.
Term: On all sums, a credit of twelve
months will be given. otes with approved
security will lie required, interest . from
oct 81 Knob- Kreek Stock Farm
ll ia nf T ,llioB KM 'III
Rev. W. T. Ussery preached in the
Baptist church last Sunday morning
The Methodist Tennessee Annual
Conference convenes next Wednes
day at Shelbyville.
Mr. A. C. Killheffer, Rector of St.
Peters Church, has filed his resigna
tion with the vestry, to take effect
Dr. H. H. Hawes, of Bluefleltl,
West Virginia, who has been hold
ing a meeting at Zion Church, will
remain over until Sunday and oc
cupy that pulpit in the forenoon.
Th King9' Daughters will meet
next Thursday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. R. V. Dodson.
Scriptural lesson, "Christian Hu
mility." All members are urged to
be present to transact business of
Ladies' Union Prayer Meeting
will meet at 3 o'clock this evening
with Mrs. Milton Voorhies. Sub
ject, Matt. 16 chapter; Leader, Mrs.
John Martin. Oct. 22nd, will be the
12th anniversary of this order, and
upon that occasion the meeting will
be held with Mrs. Reece Adkisson.
The Mens' Noonday Prayer-Meeting
is being conducted this week by
Capt. J. H. Fussell, and the "Power
of the Holy Spirit" has been the
chief theme of discussion. These
meetings are greatly enjoyed by
those who attend, and it is their
earnest desire that others may come
and enjoy this means of grace with
A protracted meeting will begin in
the Christian church at this place
next Sunday morning. The servi
ces will be conducted by Elder E.
J. Meacham, who on that date will
enter upon his duties as pastorof the
church. He is an able preacher and
the congregation is to be congratu
lated upon having secured his minis
terial services. Marshall Gizette.
This conference year there has
been enrolled on the membership
list of the First Methodist Church,
115 new names. This is nearly
three times as many as have ever
before been added in one year; show
ing the fruits of Dr. Kelley'a earnest,
untiring pastoral work. We hope
the Bishop will allow him to con
tinue it at least another year, if not
The revival meeting at the South
Columbia Methodist church closed
last Monday night. This was one of
the most successful revivals ever
conducted at this church, there be
ing 21 additions to the church and a
large number of conversions. The
members were also greatly revived,
and many of them expressed their
determination to go forward in the
Master's work with more zeal and
The Maury County Sunday-school
Association met in semi annual con
vention in the Presbyterian church
at Spring Hill last Saturday. Maj.
T. Williamson, chairman or the
executive committee, in the absence
of President L. P. Padgett and the
Vice-Presidents, presided. The day
was spent in discussing topics per
taining to the advancement and
building up of Sunday-school inter
ests n Maury County. Santa Fe
was selected as the . next place of
meeting, which will be on the second
Thursday in next May.
Last Sunday, both morning and
evening, Dr. Kelley preached from
the seed sowing parable in the
Bible; preaching, as he always does,
practical, forcible sermons. Next
Sunday, which is the last Sunday
of this conference year, he will
preach, by request, a sermon he de
uvered here several years ago, on
'Honest Doubt." At night bi9sub
ject will be, "What is Heaven?"
The congregation voted last Sunday,
to invite the Conference to meet in
Columbia next year, and several
will attend from here to urge the
claims of Columbia upon the Con
ference, which convenes at Shelby
ville next Wednesday. Thecburch
officers will also insist upon Dr. Kel
ley's return to Columbia. He has
done a splendid work here; not only
in building up the membership or
his own congregation, but in going
out on the highways and bringing
comfort and hope to heavy hearts
It would be a great disappointment,
therefore, to the community at large,
if the Bihop should listen to the
appeals of Murfreesboro and send
him there. Possession Is nine points
in the law, and Murfreesboro must
wait upon Columbia.
Veterans Aid socielj.
The surviving members of Com
pany E., lot Tennessee Cavalry, will
meet on the first Monday in Novem
ber to elect officers and re-organize,
for the purpose of lending each other
mutual aid in times or distress.
You Likq to Deal
where, deliveries are. made
fin lima' nhovn VII vhm vnti
know you're getting the best
in the market at the fairest
of prices. Call and see if we
cannot please you.
Oar Spe ciallles for this week:
New Oat Meal, New Cheese, New
Macaroni, New Grits, New Hominy,
New Shredded Wheat, New Rice.
Don't forget to try our Blended
Roasted Coffee, 6 pounds for $1.00.
E. W. GaruBie Grccery Co.
Do Not Suffer From Mills.
We make a chill cure that we
guarantee to cure any case of
chills. This is not a patent
medicine guarantee. You do
not have to go before a notary
public and make affidavit that
you took it just so. You simply
come to us and tell us you took
it according to direction, and if
it did not cure :your chills, we
give you back your money. We
ALCORN'S COLD TABLETS
to cure a cold in one day; they
are not poisonous, as are most of
the patent remedies for cold, but
cure a cold quicker than any
other remedy we know.
ALCORN'S CODGH SIRUP
relieves a cough almost instant
ly. Alcorn's Tasteless Elixir of Cod Liver
Oil is as pleasant to take as port
wine, auu is the best remedy we
know for chronic coughs, ca
tarrh, consumption and all throat
and lung diseases.
Prescriptions are our specialty.
We have a competent registered
prcscriptloni8t always in charge.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
Maury Comity Teachers' Association,
The Maury County ' Teachers'
Association held its regular month
ly meeting at McCain's Academy,
Saturday, October 9.
Only those who have once known
the admirable people of McCain's
vicinity, can know what it was. to
have been present at that meeting.
We were especially pleased to see
so many of the citizens present and
hope that their interest will lead
them to be present at many of our
meetings. The meeting was called
to order by the President, and Rev.
Mr. Roan led in an earnest and ap
propriate prayer, after which Rev.
M. E. Gabard most heartily wel
comed the association to McCain's.
Several very interesting and in
structive talks were made.
Mr. T. N. Figuers' talk on "Public
School Dignity," was as practical as
it was good.
Mr. It. V. Kennedy s talk on
Training," showed that he had
given the subject careful and
Miss Ethel Bryant very Kindly
favored the Association with a reci
tation, which was greatly enjoyed.
The following program was an
nounced for the next meeting, after
which the Association adjourned to
meet at the Andrews Building,
Saturday, November 6, '97:
Importance of Studying Educational
History Mr. J. H. Dinning.
How Many Studies Shall a Pupil Have?
. .Mr. Jan. A. Bos tick, Mr. Godfrey, Mr.
Personal Magnetism in S;hool Govern
ment .... Mr. G. W. Fielder, Mr. w. 1.
Life and Work of Pestalozzl Miss
W.'T. Wilkes and A. S. Derryberry,
under the firm name of Wilkes &
Derryberry, are now fully equipped
and ready for business as under
takers. Location in the Bethell
Block on Garden street. tf
At the stated meeting last Thurs
day night, Columbia Lodge of
Masons conferred two Fellow Craft
and one Master's degree. Wednes
day night the lodge worked in the
Entered Apprentic degree. ,
Quite a number of Columbia and
Maury County Masons took part
yesterday in the celebration of
Masons and Knights Templar day
at the Tennessee Centennial.
There will be a called convocation
of Lafayette chapter of Royal Arch
Masons in the Masonic Temple next
Monday night, at 7:30 o'clock, for
work in the Mark Master's degree.
Lately the Masons in Columbia
lodgo, chapter and commandery
have conferred seventy-two degrees,
and they have many more to con
fer in the near future.
LITE STOCK NOTES.
Alexander & Vaughn shipped two
mixed loads of hogs and cattle to
Louisville this week.
Alexander & Hood shipped a load
of1 hogs and cattle to Louisville
The mule market has been unusu
ally quiet this week.
U. A. Wilkes shipped two cars of
hogs and Mr. Glpson two cars of
cattle from Culleoka last week.
The following shipments have
been made from Godwin the past
week: M. E. Allen, two loads of
hogs to Louisville: W. H. Cook, two
loads of oattle, and John Sellers one
load of hogs.
John Barrow sold three heavy
mules to W. J. Moore & Co., Friday.
Ed. Armstrong returned Monday
from St. Louis with a load of feeders.
The handsomest display of im
ported Lemoges, Dolton, Crown
Derby, Royal Vienna, Dresden,
Teplitz, Royal Stafford and Japan
wares,-ever sold in this market, now
being opened by James Bros.
Williams the Winner.
Hon. Robert B. Williams, of Law
renceburg, was last Saturday ap
pointed by Got. Taylor to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation
of Judge Patterson of this circuit.
There were several applicants for
I the position, among them Messrs.
I Sam Holding and E. S. Fowler, of
this city. Judge Williams began
I upon his duties by opening qourt at
WAST A KKCLIVKR. j
Kill t iled Against lh; Ciiuiberland Tele
The Cumberland Telephone Com
pany is in trouble. Its troubles are
to be settled in the courts, and it
may result that a receiver will be
appointed. At any rate this is a
part of the pruyer to a bill filed in
Chancery yesterday against the
The bill was filed yesterday by E.
H. Hatcher, who has as associates,
M. H. Meeks, John A. Pitts, Figuers
& Padgett, J. C. Dexter and J. M.
Head. The caption is as follows:
"The State of Tennessee, by Rob
ert Vaughn, Attorney-General of
the Seventh Judicial District; upon
the relation of Robert Pillow and
other citizens of the county of
Maury, and 8tate of Tennessee,
against the Cumberland Telephone
and Telegraph Company, a body in
corporated under the laws of the
State of Kentucky, but doing a gen
eral business in the State of Ten
nessee, with its principal office and
chief place of business in the city of
Nashville, Tenn.; J. E. Caldwell,
Win. Lltterer, Leland Hume, T. D.
Webb, Henry Sperry, V. E. Shwab,
G. R. Knox, W. W. Berry and M. J.
Smith, citizens of Davidson county,
State of Tennessee, directors and
stockholders in the said Cumber
land Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany, J. E. Caldwell being its Presi
dent and General Manager, Wm,
Litterer its Vice President, Leland
Hume, Secretary and Assistant Gen
eral Manager, and T. D. Webb,
Among otherthings, the complain
ants charge that the defendant com
pany has usurped and exercised
powers not conferred upon it by its
charter, or the laws of the land, in
that it used its corporate power and
wealth to suppress and stifle compe
tition; and that It bought up the
corporate franchises, property and
good will of competing corporations
for that purpose.
It is alleged that the defendants
have without right or authority of
law, erected its poles and lines upon
the private property of individuals
and corporations. That it has
leased to Leland Hume an integral
portion of its property fraudulently
and for illegal purposes; that the
defendant company has misused and
grossly abused its corporate powers
and franchises in unjustly discrimi
nating in its charges, in favor of cer
tain individuals and localities.
It has stifled competition by
means fair and foul, and the charge
of conspiracy is directly entered
against the officers and directors of
the defendant company. The bill
cites instances where such actions
have been made to suppress an 1 pre
vent the growth of sturdy coinpeti
tors. The defendant company has
removed its principal office and
place of business from totie State
wherein it was incorporated and yet
it has refused to register an abstract
of its charter in the offices of the
Registers of the various counties
wherein it has been carrying on its
business; and further, it has know
ingly caused its corporate property
and franchises in the State of Ten
nessee to be assessed for taxation on
values not exceeding from one tenth
to one sixth of the values at which
the same were properly, justly and
legally assessable for taxation, pay
ing its State, county and municipal
taxes upon such illegal assessments
for many years, thus knowingly
evading the payment of from five
sixths to nine tents of its just and
legal portion of the public burdens.
It has abused its corporate fran
chises and shaken off its corporate
duties by willful y refusing to fur
nish its instruments, lines, connec
tions and facilities to the citizens
within the limits of its various ex
changes, without discrimination or
partiality. It has refused to give, to
the residents of Memphis and
Brownsville and other cities and
towns the use of its instruments,
connections, lines and facilities, up
on terms as favorable as those given
to the people of Columbia and
Maury. county in like situations and
for similar service.
It is further charged that in all of
the foregoing particulars and others,
the defendant company, its officers,
directors and stockholders, have
knowingly, willfully and persist
ently and illegally usurped and ex
ercised powers and privileges not
conferred by defendant company's
charter or articles of incorporation,
nor granted by the laws of the land.
Below is given the prayer of the
original bill in full:
"The premises considered, com
plainants pray that the parties
named as defendants in the caption
may be made uch by the proper and
usual process issuing from Your
Honor's court; that they may be re
quired to answer the allegations of
this bill, but not under oath, which
is expressly waived. Complainants
pray that upon the final hearing of
th$ cause, Your Honor will decree
that the defendant company has
forfeited its right any longer to exer
cise any corporate franchise or pow
er in the State of Tennessee and that
the defendant company be "ousted"
from the exercise of corporate power
and franchise in said State. .
"Complainants pray for all such
extraordinary process, injunctive
and mandatory, interlocutory and
final, as in the judgment of the court
in the progress of the cause, the
facts will warrant and the public
If necessary to the public welfare,
the complainants pray that upon the
final hearing of the cause, if the
court shall decree that the defend
ant company has forfeited its right
to longer exercise corporate func
tions, franchises and power in the
State of Tennessee, the court will
appoint a receiver to take charge of
and wind up the affairs ' of the de
fendant companyuunder the orders
and decrees of the court, as the pub
lic welfare and the ends of public
justice may require.
Complainants pray for all such
orders and decrees, and for such
other relief both general and speci
al as the facts will justify and the
public welfare demand."
Money to Loan.
Parties wishing to borrow money
on mortgages in sums of from $500 to
15,000 suouigi aee-w. j. Emory a uo.,
as they have the cash ready. - It
You will find a house full of
With prices lower than ever.
Special prices on Hats and Caps.
All Kinds and Styles.
Men's Wool Hats, 25c.
Men's good, lined, Fur Hats In black
and brown, worth $1.00, at 50c.
Men's one ounce Fur Crusher Hats,
in grey, white and brown, at 50c.
Men's Stiff Hats, the latest shapes
in blacks and brown, 99c to $1.25.
Men's Railroad Shape Hats, 60c,
7oc to $1.25.
Men's Creased Top Alpine Hats, all
colors, at 50c, 75c, 99c to $1.25.
Boys' Cloth Hats, 15c to 25c.
Boys' Hats, black or brown, 19c to
Men's and Boys' Corduroy Hats, all
All the New Things in
Children's and Boys' Caps.
Golf Caps, 10c, 15c to 24c.
Yacht Caps, 15c to 24c.
Boys' fancy Turbans, 25c to 39c.
Boys' and Girls Eaton Caps, blue,
10c and 15c.
Bov's and Girls Eaton Caps, leather,
33c to 39c.
Girls Caps and Sailors, all styles and
colors, 10c, 15c, 19c to 49c.
Good School Umbrellas, 35c, 40c to
New lot of School Bags just in.
DoH't forget that we always keep
a full line of School Supplies. Also
all the Text Books for city and
county at cut prices.
Call and see us, we can save you
money on everything.
OVER THE C0UXTY
Tin Types for 5c at Young's, tf
Quite a nartv of Pullpoka. nnnnln
came up to hear Keene.
Mr. Jas. II. Parrish of Dark's
Mill, is seriously ill with fever.
Mrs. A. J. Mangrem, of Carter's
Creek, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Hughes, in Nashville.
Mr. Jacob Harlan, of the Lip
scomb neighborhood, is visiting in
Nashville and attending the Cen
tennial. .Mr. J. J. L. Godwin, who has been
visiting relatives in the Godwin
neighborhood, loft this week for his
home in Union City. .
Culleokans will have a new school
building; about $300 in money and a
good amount of work has already
been subscribed to erect it.
Miss Vaner Whittaker, the
Hkbald's "Mountain Pink," from
Union, has moved to Nashville to
live. The Herald regrets to lose
Amanda Overton, a colored wo
man living near Glenn's Store, had
her clothing to catch fire last Thurs
day evening and was burned to
If you need anything in the
Poland China line, go to see, or
write to 8. W. Warfleld. He has
the fanciest strains and will save
you money. oct8 2t
. Esq. J. W. Page, of Godwin, spent
a few days. last week In Nashville,
taking in the Centennial, seeing
Bryan, and attending the marriage
of a nephew, and meeting his three
brothers, two of whom he had not
seen for 32 years. His son, Dr. Page,
The rain last Sunday and Monday
was a great blessing to the town
folks, in that it gave the streets a
good sprinkling and settled the gtif
fling dust; but there was not enough
of it to be of any practical benefit to
the farmers. The drouth, in reality,
is not broken yet.
If you like good reading, here is
an offer you will accept. For $1.25
we will send you the Herald and
the Memphis Weekly Commercial
Appeal, and give you, in addition,
without charge, the book entitled
"Bob Taylor's Tales." This offer is
to uew subscribers, or present ones
who will first pay all arrears. tf
' Sarrev for Sale.
One good cut-under, extension top
surrey for sale, or will exchange for
good light buggy or buckboard.
It W. R. Craig.
The yellow fever situation con
tinues to grow worse, and all hope
has been given up of checking the
malady until frost comes. There
were 8 deaths in New Orleans Wed
nesdaymore than any day yet
qu oi new cases, maxitig a total to
.uw ucam aim ooo case8 In
that city alone.
I TCI PPHlW
I I L.LUI MUlll.
SERVICE in a
Needs only a short V
trial to prove itself
pensable. "To the
busy woman the
telephone is indis- jjj
Let us place one j!
for you on trial, i
Clkrk axi) Master's Office,)
Columbia, Tenn., Oct. 1, 181)7. j
Second National Bank of Columbia, et.
al., Complainant, vs. W. J. Whit-
thorne, et. al., Defendant.
It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendants, W.
J. Whitthorne, Jr., and Frank Whit
thorne are non-residents of the State of
It is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance herein, before or with
in the first three days of the next term
of the Chancery Court, to be held at Co
lumbia on the 1st Monday in November
next, 18117, and plead, answer or demur
to Complainant's bill, 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 forfour consecu
tiveweeks in the Columbia Herald.
. A Copy Attest:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk A Master .
Figures A Padgett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
C. J. Dugger, et. al., vs. Fannie P.
Dugger, et. al.
Pursuant to a decree entered at the
September term, 1897, of the Worship
ful County Court of Maury County,
Tennessee, in the above-styled cause, I
Saturday, October 23, 1897,
at 12 o'clock (noon), sell to the highest
and best bidder at the court-house
door, in the City of Columbia, Tenn.,
the following described tract of land,
situated in the Seventh Civil District of
Maury County, Tennessee, and bounded
as follows, to wit: On the north and
west by J. R. Thurroan ; on the east by
Davidson lands, Pete Ballanfant and M.
L. Barnett, and on the south by John
paborne, containing 128 acres, more or
Terms ok Sale. Said land will bo
sold on a credit ot one, two, and three
years, except the sum of one hundred
dollars cash on day of sale. Notes with
approved security will be required of
the purchaser, bearing interest from
date of sale, and a lien retained upon
the land to secure the payment of said
notes. J. f. Wiley, Clerk,
and Special Commissioner.
VV. O. Gordon. Sol. for Cnmp't. 10 1 4t
A. J. Scott, et. al., vs. John A. Cald
well, et al.
In obedience to a decree of the Wor
shipful County Court of Maury County,
renn., entered at the October term, 1897,
in the above-styled cause, I will, on
Saturday, November 6, 1897,
t 12 o'clock (noon), sell to the highest
and best bidder.the following described
tract of land, bounded as follows, to-wit:
On the north by Klnzer; on the east by
Houser ; on the south by Houser and on
the west by Stewart, containing sixty
four acres, more or less, and known as
the D. A. Caldwell home place.
Terms of Sale. Ono-third cash will
he required on day of sale, and the bal
ance on a credit of one and two years.
Sale free from the right and equity of
redemption. Notes bearing interest
from day of sale, with approved securi
ty will be required of the purchaser,
and a lien retained npon the land to se
cure the payment of the notes.
j J. F. WILEY, Clerk,
and Special Commissioner.
Figuers & Padgett, Solicitors. 10 15 4t
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LouUtiU and NathvllU DlvUlon.
No. 1 leave..
S:8S n. m.
a Z . D;4 IUi
No. 8 (Accommodation) leavet... 6:56 p. m.
" " leavet... 8:U0 k. m.
No. aRt line) leaves 10:83 a. m.
No. 1 (taut line) leave ij:46 a. m
No. 7 (Gallatin and Decatur Ac-
ooramodatlon) leave... 9:20 a. m
No. 6 (Pulaski Aooo'n) leave.... 6:66 p. m
tUshvllle and Florence Division.
No. SI Accommodation, leavs...l0:!W a. Bt
No 1J Florence Accommodation,
betw'n Tuncumbla and Co-
. lumbia, arrive 6:60 p. ml
Nashvlll. Chattanooga St. Louis Rail
road Uook Klver Valley Division.
No. 1 leave f.no a. m.
No. 1 leaver t.iO p. m,
No. 1 arrive 6:00 p.m.
No. t arrive ' e:20 a. m.
Close connection Is made with through
train on the Louisville and Nashville and
Great Southern Railroad
No. 4 leaves
. 6:22 a. m.
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