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THE COLUMBIA IIEKALD: FlilDAY, MAliCII 11, 1898.
Ill SPRISS GOODS;
: Arriving My,
Blouse SHIRT WAISTS at.;. .I........... QO.
To start the season.
A Beautiful Line of Imported Madras Cloth Waists -'530
NEW READY-MADE SKIRTS.
Southport, March 7. Death has
again entered our midst and spread ita
dark wings over the homes of many.
Mr. John Murph v died at his home at
this place on Nunday evening, Feb. 27,
served during the evening, and quite a
delightful time was reoorted by all who
Dodson's Academ v, March C The
of typhoid fever. He had been attend-, neaun ot mis community 13 very gooa
Black and all colors, at :
These skirts are well-made and fit perfectly.
Ladies' Ready-Made Wrappers, entirely new at 75c,
e Biblo School at Nashville, and
came home sick nearly two weeks be-1
fore his death. Several came down from
Nashville to attend the funeral, lie;
was a model young man, possessing
many pood traits of character.
Mr. Do Hickman breathed his last on
Monday morning after several days of
suffering from pneumonia. The be
reaved family have the sympathy of
the entire community.
Itev. Jerry Holt died at his home near
here yesterday evening at 8 o'clock.
He had been suffering from pneumouia
for about a week, when the Angel of
Death came to release him from his
suffering. We greatly sympathize with
the bereaved familv.
It is hard Indeed to part with loved
ones here, but we know they are done
ith the trials and temptations oi mis
life, and have the hope of meeting In
the sweet beyond, where there ia no
sorrow and Uod shall wipe away all
tears from our eyes.
Mrs. Pinkleton, who has been con
fined to her bed for some time, is very
low with rheumatism.
Miss LiJizie Murph v, who was attend
ing school at Nashville, came home to
attend the funeral of Mr. John Murphy,
and after spending the week witn
homefolks has returned to school again.
The wheat through this section of the
county is looking tine. ' '
Mrs. Cinthla Parsons, of Yokley,
Giles conntv, is visiting her daughter
Mrs. William Murphy. Lucille.
Enterprise, March 6. Since my last
communication to your paper, the
Death Angel has visited this vicinity
and Maimed for its victim little Robert
Earl Holt, son of Mr. and Mis. Albert
II nit. I would say to the bereaved
nnps. 'Weerj not. for vour littli Earl
awn aweetlv in the arms of Jesus,
who said, 'Suffer little children to come
Our neighborhood was shocked to
hoar ct t.hn death of Mr. John Murphy,
of Southport. Mr. Murphy taught
school here last fall and made many
Little Mary Lancaster, who has been
very sick with pneumonia, is somewhat
hoMnrnt. this writing.
Mr. vv. H.Nelson, of Tracy City, is
niaitlnir hia mother at this place.
Miaa Martha Humuass. who has been
with her brother, Dr. Bumpass of th's
niacn. was called home to the bedside
of her mother this morning. , , . .
rtn aim-mint of Rev. Mr Powers' ill
ness, Rev. A. Holt filled his appoint
ment at this place this morning.
Itev. S. M. Gupton filled his regular
Air. Jerry Stone, of Timmons, was
stricken with paralysis to-day and can
neither speak nor move.
Little Lillian Skelley ia spending the
week with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mr. J Podson. ..
Miss Leila Sparkman, who has charge
of the school at this place, has forty
Itev. and Mrs. S. M. Gupton returned
last week from a visit to their children
at Springfield- Clarkis.
A NAKKOW KSCAPK.
Thankful words written bv Mrs. Ada
i; ii.... ........... ' tj ri 4. iir.n
I'j. rmri, oi ifiiiuu, o- u. i no lanrut ii
with a bad cold which settled on nyll
lurigs; cough set in and finally termii -1 m
ated in consumption. Four doctors ga e
me up, flaying I could live but a shrt,
time. I gave myself up to my Savior,
determined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet my ab
sent ones above. My husband was ad
vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. I
gave it. a trial, took in all eight bottles.
It has cured me. and thank God I am
saved and now a well and healthy
woman." Trial bottles free at Woldridge
& Irvine's drugstore. Regular size 60c
and $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded.
June4 1y' U)
I 1 I II I L II I
Si n Nv
if r i
I I A if
vi -1- '
iii Maury County.
Davidson Countv, with a pop
ulation of 1 10,000 has two thou
sand telephones in one compre
hensive exchange. Maury coun
ty, with forty-five thousand pop
ulation, should have, at least
seven hundred and fifty subscri
bers. We only have now in
our exchange 392, but we have the room for many
more. Country lines a specialty. Rates within
reach of everybody. Patronage solicited.
Sec LELAND HUME,
or W. T. NAFF.
Our Great Embroidery Sale id still going on
New Line Val. Laces...
Our buyer is now East and is .ending Novelties daily.
" Do not forget to call for your Tickets for our beautiful gifts.
S3-Look out for date of our Grand Millinery 0pening."C&
TRADE - PALM
: T. G. PETRI, Proprietor.
Contlnued from Third Page.)
Bigbyville, March 9. Our commu
nity was grieved to hear of the death of
Mr. S. S. Matthews, whch occurred at
liis renidetsce in Columbia on the fourth
Inst. Mr. Matthews was closely identic
tied with our people, having lived in
this immodiate neighborhood seventy
five of the seventy-six years of his long
and useful life. Mr. Matthews was
kind-hearted and generous, possessing
..no knunituiitv at all times. He was h
mmnhpr nf the Associate Reform Pres
byterian Church, of which he was a
.nior ottonrtont aa Ions' as his health
would permit. Mis remains were laid
in the presence of a large concourse or
ds. His aced wife and
other bereaved ones have thesympathy
of this entire community.
nu iicimtinir societv held its weekly
neetinn on Saturday nighMe8"'
w Wires and Houston McCandless
are the leaders for next Saturday night,
intpi pstinir debate
Kev. VV. F. Powers has been quite
elck for the past ten days with typhoid
tf.'T.mog w. Sowell. an aged and
hiiihiv respected citizen of our commu
. nitv, has been dangerously ill for seV-
' u7 1 M.T.iuian has been in-
xfi niDW1vnne(lv. after a weeks
..." . Z mn,r,.i iVr. K. S. Howlett
11 - ..i,,,,, tr. her home near Pulaski
Miss "Brownie Ashworth.of Santa e
Is vlsitinR the families or oai
V,Miss Gert'rude Maxwell left last week
for a visit to friend at aasnvmo
MrS'ueie Waldo and little child are
quests of J. L. Maxwell's family.
Miss Kate Farley is visiting at Pu
laski this week. t . .
Mrs. Fannie Thompson "jedRt5
f hPr father. Mr. M M. Kus-
ell, of Wllllamsport, last week
Miss Hav Davis before returning to
her home In Franklin.
Misses Fannie and Emma Sowell
have returned from a visit to Columbia
friends. . .. , ,
We are indebted to Mr. unaries iiuu-
ter for another musical treat.
' MBS. MCUAWHKU.
a thrill of terror la experienced when
brassy cough of croup sounds through
Drassy cuk r terror soon
fhanTs Vo1 IXti if ur One , NUnute
VL?,J(. n.,r has been admlnUterea.
K. - -hildreu. A. u.
ssaie ana . .f
8 Mort Hardlson
ASPRKWS, .- " lnU,n.ion of ,
vent to Co umoi. w-- - t0 his I
Th. hirthflav nartv elven by Mrs
Abernathy and her Sunday-school class
last Tuesday night was quite enjoyable.
and all were gratineu wjhi m.' "
The Columbia District Epsvorth
League Conference will be held here
April 19,20. The ofncers of the Con
ference are as follows: President, M r.
J. H. Dinning; 1st Vice-President Mr.,
illlurvn n (IT! IlCi V CBTrODIIlCUU,
Mr. J. P. Orahamj 3rd v lce-rresiuein,
Miss Sallie L,ou Mcuora; nee,
Clabie Taylor; Treas., Miss Maun utaif.
Kev. T. 1. inouipsou piconvu -V
Friendship Sunday afternoon. f
Misses Neely Abernathy, Katie Hen
derson and Brownie Tomliuson nave
aureed to grant the request made by
Lewisburg friends to Rive a music recit
al in Lewisburg the latter part of this
month. The money taken in will be
used in beautifying the Methodist
Church in Lewisburg. Our young
ladies are not only talented, but are
wise in the use of their talents, helping
and brightening the lives and enter
prises of others as well as their own.
Home of our young people have
planned to go to Columbia to-night to
hear lr. Hawthorne's lecture.
Mr. T. N. Stephens openeu sunum -Rockdale
Monday, Feb. 28, with quite a
satisfactory number of pupils.
Mr. Clyde Ramsey, after a few years
stay in Texas, has come home for an in
detinlte stay. He Is In Nashville us
week, and if he procures a position
there will not go West again
j Miss Etta AdKlsson has returned, to
! i a riaif. relative here.
Mrs. Henderson and Miss Katie, and
Miss llrownle Tomlinson were in
lewisburg a day or two last weeK.
Mr. Knir and her children accom-
h.n home, and spent several
davs. Mr. King joined the
Saturday night. ..... ol
Capt. tx)ve recent'y had the sad
nftlie death of his only brother,
David Love, of Kosciusco, Miss.
Miss Tate has returned to her home
In tHles county, after a pleaRant visit to
Miss Mossie Andrews.
Two or three new telephones will ne
put in this week, Mr. C'ffey, Mr. Tay
lor and Mr. Marwell being among the
t ...in a. annir service mv
Presbyterian Church next Sunday
THE 8CRE La GRIPPE Ct'RE,
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful maladv. If you will only et
the right remedy, you are naving pain
all through your body, your liver ia out
of order, have no appetite, no life or
nmhit. on. have a oaa com. in iact ro
completely used up. Klectrio Bitters
. " . - ... 1 4.1 - III ,-I T, .
is the only remeay imhwiu hivo
prompt and sure relief. They act (ii
rooMir nn vnnr liver, stomach, and kid-
nova tnnH no me w uio pvriciii bmu
make vou feel like a new being. They
r onaranteed to cure or price vefuiv
Hfld. For sale at Wokirideo & Irvine's
drug store, only 60o per bottle.
june i.y. in
MnPAiv's. March 7 To-day has
seemed so spring-like. The balmy sun
shine, coolnur doves, -weet-voiced mock
ln KirHj und hnrstina buds, tell us
win far ia almost irone: and how el ad we
are, for we love summer, with all her
beauties. Then It is we love to write to
our oid Herald. ., ... , .,
p.. n Vf . Trousdale filled the pulpit
at thi. ninXe. Nundav In the absence of
the pastor; presenting a (rood discourse
front the text, "Awaa.e, vuuu hiv bicv
The Alfred Burney Literary Society
till irrnwa in interest: meeting every
Wrirtuu nirht. The onestion for debate
next Friday nightts'Resolved, that the
young maii go West"
v r irliul toknowthatalibrary has
heen established at McCain's Academy,
Ml he verv benetlcial to the
community. Mr. Fraz.ler, of Chicago,
111., representing the North Western
Library rompanv. will furuish it with
books. havlng secured fourteen mem
bers. A person, by paying 1, can be-
.no a lif time member, ana 18 en
Non.mme Mini New., Oildi ami Knil.,
Wine and Otherwl.e.
The Able Editor (Ironically) Is
(Joutributor Uiaii't l Degin eacn
line with a capital letter? Bastou
A countryman walked into a Wes
tern newspaper office to advertise
the death of his relative. "What Is
vour charire?" he asked the clerk.
'We cnarice two aouars an men.
'Oh." said the countryman, I ctn't
afford that: my friend was six feet
Nels Dingley hopes to get enough
out of the Maine disaster to make
Brood the deficit on this year's tariff
. Time may be money, bntBoma poo-
Die's time is about as valuable as
Mv Hbertv ends when it begins to
involve the possibility of ruin to uiy
neighbor. John Stuart Mill.
Why does a man always promise
ti be irood when he's too sick to be
New (Dmtwiage Zaop-
At the Kuhn A Turpin stand, East Seventh Street, with a full force of honest,
capable mechanics, we are prepared to do all kinds of repair work oo Buggies
and Carriaees. Painting, Trimming, Upholstering and Smithing done In the
best manner. Rubber Tires put ou at short notice at reasonable prkes.
We repair or rebuild all kinds of Farm Machinery, Threshers, i
Hinders, Mower, rlanters and Cultivators, etc.
llring in your plow and cultivator points and have them repointed.
We are Sole Agents for Maury County,) for tlw best make of
: : ngines and Threshers.
Let us know your wants and we will serve you to ou' mutual benefit.
jy We offer at a bai y hhi one nice little Pnseton recently rebuilt by as.
tebiB iy tiraiET Carriage and Machine Co.
A Heb to the End.
BishoD Richard Hooker Wilmar,
nf Alabama, once went to New York
in the interest of the Confederate
orphanage. He met many Union
friends and was dined. A story was
expected of him, but he declined,'
. . . . i i . i
iv nir lie had non. DUl wouiu oner
a conundrum; "Why are we south
erners like Lazarus?" There was
iruessiuur on all sides of the table.
" " .. ii
sun i as .fiiecausei you ri poor,'
RHP.aiisB vou eat tbo crumos trom
th rich man's table." etc, "We're
like Lazarm," said the bishop,
smilinir blandly, "because we've
been licked by dogs." ' '
Surreys and tMisctotis, also medium and cheaper grades. Latest
styles and prices right. , Large Btock of Harness at prices to
suit customers. Hee,,, ' ; t .;'.,;, .,!;
; i ; ' Satterfleld &; Dodson.
UAILROAB TIMjE TABLE.
'Loulllu'an'tf Mhvlll bUlelos. I .
t.. . NORTH 1 .,.'".: ' i
1:9! p. m
6:iH a. m
4 :45 p. m
8:00 a. m
" '" "' ' t ' :Z,
. 10 -.so a. n.
It is impossible for the system
to withatand the demands made
titled to three good books of their own upon it just at thw ueason, With-,
out the assistance ot a gooa puri
fyiug and strengthening tonic.
The changes which Nature decrees
shall take place each spring are
so severe that a breakdown is
almost sure to come. It is wise
that all possible assistance be
poionHnn for the Library. The mem
bership also gives them a reduction on
all school books and other books they
wish to purchase.
Kevs. M. E. Uabard and II. B. Clay
ton, Profs. Harris and Scott, Misses
Irene Heed, lilla Thomas, Ann Ken
nedy, Annie Scott and Jennie Horn
atteuded the seventh convention of
Murahull countv Christian Kndeavor
Union, which met a
Church, March 5 and
nleasant trip. Kev
No. i leaves.
No. 4 leaves..
No. 8 (Accommodation) leave.
No, !"',.," leaves.
SOUTH.. , ,
No. 8 (fast llneV leaves. ....... ....10:40 a. m
No. 1 (fast line) 'Icbvps... ......... il:U a. m,
No. 7 (Uullatin and Decatur Ac
commodation! ieavei... 8:20 a. m
No. 6 (Pulaski Aooo'n) leaves.... 7:00 a. in.
: Nashville nd Florence Division
No. SI Accommodation, leaves
' ' ' ' 1 ; NORTH.
No 22 Florence Accommodation, " '
. betw'n TuBoumbiaand Co
lumbia, arrives 6:85 p. m
NaahvllH, Chattanoog:a & 8t. Louis Kail
roal- Duck Klver Valley Itvlslon, .
i 1 ' bAbt.
No. 1 leaves :80 a. ny
No. 2 lea vet.... 7:04 p. n
No. 1 arrlvu-i....... .'. ....,... 8-00 p. b
No. i aritve?...: 8:20 a. nu
i Close coniibctlou Is made with tbrousi
trains ou the ljoulsvUle and Nashville im
Great rtoutbern Kallrnnd .
' Cr.v.nR and MAstkh's Ofpick, )
; i Columbia, Tennn March 11, 1WW. v ;
NV. E. McKennon, et. al., Complainant,
va.The Parmere' Loan and Trust Com
i pauy, Defendant. :
It appearing from aflldavit filed in
this cause, that the defendants The
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company of
New York, la a non-residents of the
State of Tennessee. .,
It is therefore ordered that said com
pany enter Its appearance herein, before
or within the llrst three davs of the next
J term of the Chancery Court, tobe held at
Columbia on Uie 2nd Monday in April
I next, 181W, and plead, answer or demur.
to t'ompiHinant's t)Ui,orthesamewiuDe
taKen for confessed as to said company
end set for hearing ex parte ; and that a
copy ol this order be puhlishea rorrour
wnsec.ntive weeks in the uoiumma
A Copy Attfst: ' . ' v
A. N. AKIN. Clerk Master .
O. V. Hayes, sol'r for Compl't.
march 11 4t
REAL ESTATE TKANSFCRH.
R A. Wilkes lo Mrs. E. J. Wilkes, 107
acres in fith dist., $
It. D. Hicket's to T. J. F. McGaw et
al., lot (n Mt. Pleasant. $lu).
Jno. II. KUett to K. M. Klndel '25 acres
,t Pleasant View friven during this period, as upon in iath dist , $it4.".u3. '
fThKy uCrd this purifying process depends the llin. to N. F. Briscoe, lot
preached the conventiou sermon there health for the entire summer. t Thompson 'Fleming to Lucindla
at 11 o'clock on Sunday, and also de Everybody iust now should take a Gidcomb, 50 acres In 18th dist., $ir0.
j.u ..l, C!,;f'a G.nan fin F. M. Jlyrd to to Daniel Coleman,
s thorough course of bwift s bpeciao , scre) ,n lirA dist (
livered a lecture Sunday night on in
un In Politics." Prof. Harri
xa ...... ...,-,
was also on the program, auu uwin
the "Individual In Christian Endeavor.
Misses Maggie Walker and Llla
Walker visited their uncle at Pulaski
last week. . i
Mrs. M. E. Cannon, of Belfast, Mar
shall county, attended the Digger-McCain
marriage and spent a few days
with her sister, Mrs. N. A. Davis.
Miss Baird, of Santa Fe, visited Mrs.
FHiiny Woody since our last.
Mrs.. I. W. U.Thomas, of Sunnyslde,
is visiting in our miust ar present.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Alexander, of
Lynnville, were in attendance at the
marriage. , , .. ,
Kev. O. M.Trousdale Is on the sick list
which thoroughly cleanses the
blood of all the accumulated im
purities, tones up and strengthens
the entire system, and aids Nature
in renovating and renewing the
body so as to render it healthy aud
strong. Those who purify their
blood with S. S. S. at this season
are well fortified agaiust the many
Mr. Jack Nelson, of Tracy City, visited forms of disease so prevalent dur-
in or village this week. omeoa. . the dreaded heated term, for
ISOM. it has been demonstrated that the
evstem that is thoroughly puntied
Isom, Mrch7.-Thi lonesome even- in the spring is well prepared to
ing tiads us a?'" trying to send In the , . dig(?age nU BUmmer
No other remedy on the market
is equal to Swift's Specifio as a
L. G. Church to Jno. T,
acres in 1st disU tl.(XK).
J. M. Tindall to Thanen Gilliam, 61
acres in 4th dist.. t(00.
, Mrs. M. J. Hightet al., to S. C. Wlth-
ersDOon. 45 acres In 18th dist, $200
E. M. Petty to Samuel Witherspoon,
64 acres in 18th dist.. $800.
W. L. Wilkes to vidows and Orphans
Fund, lot in 6th dist.. 150.
W. F. Woody to Jno. 11. Plgg, 30 acres
in l'Jtti dist.. liw.ax
"""'.r he honed that
unlonAa : . a; able w un-
3 VjVJ i w
tand the sttack.
Mrs. W.F. Scott b
davsln Columbia wit
is spending a
,-lth her sister,
eiSel-V;t Mr, Jack Gordon went over
Mr. and Mrs. Jh y 1) N,k ,.u.aa
fclniherhband1; koence .n
in..';.to";,! willU. fmm Ashwood, are
ine .Hip'ra .. ..
. .. 1 1, nir Rioter, sir
ltwed last Friday. ilw 'M'
LU Saturday t spend Co
t, col it m-
All erocera keep "Blue Seal" and
"Kverurkht" flour. Insist upon
ttbe"lUue Seal" 6randrBaaranteed
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Godwin, March 8.-U. B. Dougherty
ooD i. , ek ciaudu
Z Sin ippod a .nixed car of stock to
! Vl ,L , Saturday. Pli Godwin,
if"'";. .i.T.w a .r of crn last week.
I '?: "i.tiu. the saw-n,ill man, is going
M-c- tno ihw-mi -
I (iVuie a number oi - young ueu
' contemplate orgHiuznu I- l
lodge at Santa Fe tnl 1 ITZ"
'sariro-SSampariiu-ior the blood
-guaranteed to cure. A. KAI3.
k ,mnn nr nf our little village.
Mr. and Mrs. James Pat ton have beeu
visiting their sistei, Mrs. Flora Watson,
Misses Jennie liertwicn. i".
Sadie Grimes and Pearl Klrkpatrick. ot
Hampshire, were ine guoau ui
Maitgie I'auon receiiuv.
Miss Nettie Mclvnlijht Is visiting her
brothers, Messrs.. Sewell aud Charley i
Mrs. Z. I). Wilson Is very ill at this
writing. ... .
Elder MeCarty prached quite an in
teresting sermon at the rresnyieriju
churnh near this Dlace on last Lrds
Day morning, from the text,
vour burdens upon Him, for lie
for thee." ,
F.lder Willie Mrton filled his regular
appointment at the Christian church
Sunday afternoon. Qiiito a lara crcd
was in attendance. ....
Fldtr Trimble filled the pulpit at
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Urook enter
tertained the youn people of this com
munity in an elegant manner on last
Thursdav niitht, in honor of their niece,
Miss Tiliie Johuson, of Siwdust al
ley. Delicious refreshments were
The Affectionate Offlne Boy.
One morning Tomllns, when editing
Jorrold'i Newspaper, found his office locked
and no office boy on the premises. He
waited for some tlnio, and whon the boy
appeared reprimanded him for oversleep
ing. The boy denied it tearfully and ex
plained that he had ten up all night
"It's this way, sir," he said. "My uncle
was hung at the Old Bailey this morning,
and, although we weren't on speaking
terms with him, I thought aa one of the
fnmily I ought to be there." "Quite
spring medicine, because it is the ld Tomllns "Never neglect
i . n ii i t your family duties. But when another of
your relations is to be hangod, please to
luavo the office key under the mat."
O.KRK AND MAHTER'S OfFICF, )
Columbia, Tenn., March 4, 1808.
A.N. Akin, C. A M., Complainant, vs.
w.r. watson, et ai.. uerenaant, urig
inal Hillj and N. 15. Shenpard and
wife, Complainant, vs. W. P. Watson,
et. al., Defendant, Cross Hill.
It appearing from affidavits filed in
these causes that the defend&nt, Vv. P.
Watson Is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee. , .
Itisthereforeordered that heenter hi!
appearance herein, before or within the
first three days of thn next term of the
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia,
on(t he first Monday in April next, 1WW,
aua plead, answer or aemurto complain
ant's bill, and cross bill.orthe same will ,
be taken for confessed as to him and set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy
of this order bo published for four con
secutive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A copy attest:
A.N. AKIN, Clerk fe Master.
W. J. Webster and Fluners A Padgett,
Solicitor's for Compl't. marl 4t
only purely vegetable blood rem
edy aud i3 guaranteed absolutely
freo from potash, mercury nnd all
other rqinerals. It cleanses, puri
fies, builds up aud strengthens.
Insist ou S. S. S., for there is noth
ing half as good.
; f w w m r
Inconsistent. . '
Fuddr Some women are 60 inconsist
ent, don't you know. .
Duddy For example? '
Fiuhly Mrs Flnhy was at the theater
the the other night, and at every "d n"
she lnuuhed as ihouph sho'd die, but when
her husband indulges In the expletive she
thinks ho is just horrid. Bobton Tran-Bcriyt.
Thing of Beauty.
I urn tui.l ihnt you have ninny dainty
cliches et your bonnling house," said Kll
dull to Gohh.borough.
"We have," replied OoldsboroURh. "The
landlady's diughUT Is a very skillful cblna
pitlnter." Detroit Free Press.
Clj?hk and Master's Office, )
Columbia, Tenn., March 4, 1898. j
Fred S. Blair, Complainant, vs. Doug
lass Hlalr, et, al, Defendant,
it appearing from affidavit filed ia
this cause, that the defendant, Douglass
Blair, Is a non-resident of the Htate
It is therefore ordered that lie enter
his appearance herein, before or within
the first three days of the next term of
the Chancery Court to be held at Colum
bia, on the first Monday in Anril next,
ISDN, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken tor 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. N. AKIN, Clerk A MsMer.
Figuers A Padgett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
mar 4 4t
What pleasure is there In life with a
headache, constipation and biliousness?
Thousands experience them who could
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