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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, MARCH 125, 18!8.
T. N. FIGUERS.
life are Ieadjj
To talk Shoes with you. Every
day is bringing to light many
specimens of the designer's
skill and the manufacturers
art. A visit of inspection will
bring you in touch with the
season's best styles, at prices
that we can safely promise to
be the lowest known in this
One Dollar aim
Will procure a pair of Men's
high grade, fashionable 8hoes
in almost any style or shape
$11 10 $31.
Ladies' bluck and tan Dongola
Oxfords, at $1 00.
Ladies' black and tan genuine
Kid Oxfords, at $1.60.
Ladies' black and tan $2.00,
$2.50 and $3.00 Oxfords are
the best that can possibly be
had, and are made to the
For Circuit Judge.
We are authorized to announce P. W.
Broyles, of Hardin County, hh a candidate
for Judge of the Judicial Circuit composed
of Maury. Lawrence, Giles, Lewis, Wayne
and Hardin counties. Hubjert to the action
of the Democratic party. Election In Au-
fUHt to fill out the unexpired term of Judge
We are authorized to announce Itobt. B.
Williams as a candidate for Judge of the
Judicial Circuit composed of Maury,
Lawrence, (illes, IjwiH, 'aneand Hardin
counties, subject to theaction of the Demo
cratic party. Klectlon in August to fill out
the unexpired term of Judge Patterson.
We are authorized to announce Mr. G.N.
McKennon, Hr..of the Tenth District, as a
candidate for Trustee of Maury County,
subject to the will of the people, at the en
suing August election.
We are authorized to announce J. B.
Oranbery as a candidate for re-eletlon to
the otllce of Trustee of Maury County. (Sub
ject to the will of the people at the August
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
son B. Duhhiii, of Columbia, as a candi
date for Trustee of Maury County, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce H. B.
Lndd of the pith district, as a candidate for
(Sheriff at the ensuing August election, sub
ject to the will of the people.
We are authorized to announce Mr. J. A.
(Dock) I'rowe. as a candidate for Sheriff of
Maury County, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized to announce Mr. Love
Webb, the present Hhenff of Mnurv County,
as a candidate for re-elect Ion for the second
term, at the ensuing August election.
For County Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Lu
ther Thomas, of the Fifth District, ns a can
didate for county Court Clerk of Maury
County, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce J. Frank
Wiley, of Columbia, as a candidate for re
election to the otlleeof County Court Clerk,
at the ensuing August election.
For Circuit Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
la rd V. Worley. of the (sixteen! h District . as
A candidate for CireultCourt Clerk of Mau
ry County, subject to the will of the people
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wats
F. Kmbry, of Columbia, us a candidate for
Circuit Court Clerk of Maury County, at
the ensuinif August election.
We are ninhorized to announce Mr. Hub
ert Foster, of I he Fourteenth i Isl rict, as a
candidate for Register, subject to the will
of the people at I he August election, ls'.is,
We are authorized to announce Registar
W. H McKennon asa candidate for re. elec
tion to the olllce of Register of Maury
County, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. P. L.
Derryberry, of the Twenty-third District,
as a candidale for Register, at the ensuing
IMSC Cl LTIVATOltS.
The Captain Kid Is taking right along;
many of the best farmers have already
bought them. It is the only one that gets
close, up to young corn.
It J. P. Rtkekt Co.
CO I.I'M BI A COTTON MILL CO.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of this company wili lie held at thecompa
ny'i otllce. on Tuesday. April 12. inns at 10
o'clock a. m. R. (I. Hpakkow, Hec'y.
Notice Is hereby given to the public that
I have this day set my sou, A. M. Hunter,
free, to contract and be contracted with for
himself. 1 will not hereafter claim any of
his wages or profits, nor will I be responsi
ble for any or his debts. This March 1. issts.
J. M. Hl'NTKK, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.
Have you seen nur$2R.no Road Wagon?
Is ahead of any other at I'.T.ik!.
It J. P. strkkt A CO
New Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Kugene Piliow.)
Representing the following companies:
-KtiiH. (ieriiiautit. Trader- oi lhweMern
Mutual. Commercial I iilon, of
London. tUlnni-tuiric ally.
iSfC them bvfore in.i.irhiif i"'"' pruprrlif.
TIN! TIN! TIN!
E. C. WADE, the Tinner, has moved
his shop into the Itethell block, where
he la doing rooting, guttering and all
kinds of tin work better and cheaper
than anybody in the citv. All kinds of
tinware'made to order. 1)on't forget the
S lace north corner Itethell lllock, liar
en street. E. T. WADE, Tinner. 1-21
0. P. RUTLEDGE,
Otliee: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Specialties: JFire, Tornado, Plate
Class, Employers 1 lability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. janl5
Henry C. Harlan.
A sudden, sad and most
bereavement has fallen
community. Death has aimed its
shaft at one of the brightest marks,
and with startling emphasis the
quick stroke has announced the im
perial authority of the insatiate
archer to strike down the most ex
alted human figure as surely and
easily as to bring a parrow to the
On Saturday evening, March 19, at
10:45 o'clock, Mr. Henry (J. Harlan
breathed his last at his home on
North High street, in the 54th year
of his age. He had been ill for only
a few days, and his death came very
unexpectedly to even his nearest
With the death uf Mr. Harlan the
mortal life of one of the best citi
zens of Maury County is brought to
a close. He was a man in whom
everyone placed the highest confi
dence and respect; gentle, amiable,
modest and merciful; strong in his
devotion to the truth and right, and
unbending in his attachment to his
friends, he was a gentleman in the
truest sense of the word. The law
of love had a dwelling place in his
heart, and the "milk of human
kindness" mingled in his veins.
Twice was he honored with the office
of HheritI having been elected in
1888 and 1890 and he fulfilled the
trust conferred upon him with honor
to himself and credit to his county.
But the great beauty of his char
acter was his constant, tender care
and loving devotion to his immedi
ate family, his wife and children.
With a loyal, gentle and loving na
ture he lavished his heart's richest
gifts upon her whom God gave to
him as a help-meet in the duties and
battles of life, and with a fond fath
er's devotion he cherished the chil
dren who came to crown with joy
their happy union.
He was a member of the Methodist
Church, and served his Master with
that modesty and meekness so char
acteristic of the man, and with that
unceasing fidelity so befitting a
Christian. Living, he was loved by
all; dead, his memory will be cher
ished in our innermost hearts, and
his life will stand forth as a worthy
example for our emulat'on.
The funeral services were con
ducted in the First Methodist
Church Monday morning at 11
o'clock. The church wa9 thronged
with loving, sympathetic friends
from all portions of the county, who
came to pay the last sad tribute to
his memory. There has perhaps
never been in Columbia a funeral
where the sturdy yeomanry of the
country was more largely in attend
ance. The service was indeed a bad
one, and stout, manly frames were
shaken wit't the deepest emotion.
The casket rested in front of the
altar, buried in beds of rarest flowers,
and the chancel and other places
were covered with floral emblems
Dr. D. C. Kelly paid an eloquent
tribute to the life of the deceased, and
was followed by Rev. F. B. Webb,
who closed his few appropriate re
marks with a touching prayer.
The remains, followed by one of
the longest processions seen here for
many years, were carried to Rose
Hill Cemetery, where loving hands
tenderly placed them away to min
gle with mother dust. The honora
ry pall bearers were: Dr. J. T. Akin,
Hon. W. B. Gordon, W.J. Moore, N.
F. Vaughan, J. D. Barrow, A. N.
Akin; and the active pall benrers
were, A J. Nichols, Geo. K.McKen
non, Robert Ewing, Wiley Watfleld,
Love Webb and J. C. Voorhies.
Thedceased leaves surviving him
a wife and four children, namely:
and Emma, and
Ham and Robert.
Theodore Frlerson, M. D.
At his home near Zion Church on
Raturday, March l'J, lS'JS, 4 p. m.,
the immortal spirit of Dr. Theodore
t nerson forsook its earthly taber
nacle. On 8abbath evening his
mortal body was tenderly laid to
rest bv friends who loved him.
Then it was, that nature, busily rob
in IT herself in vernal beauty, linked
her testimony to divine revelation;
and discovered symbolically, to tear
ful eyes, the glorious truth, cher
ished by hopeful hearts: "Though
he be dead, yet will he live again."'
Almost seventy and one years he
lived, and the book of his life is
closed. The account is in the hands
of his righteous God, whose preroga
tive alone it Is to strike the balance,
so we leave him to his Judge. He
needs no eulogv. He wanted no
praise; but he did wish, and he did
work, and he did pray, that all men
might praise his Savior for being so
willing to save by his grace through
faith bun and all other sinner tnat
come to him.
Dr. Frierson was born April 6, 1827.
His father was Jno. Witherspoon
Frierson, the son of John the son of
Robert. His mother was Clotilda
Grace, second daughter of John
W. Btephenson. They were mar
ried in 182d, aged respectfully 19
years one month, and 14 years and
three months. Dr. Theodore's fath
er died November 1828, leaving htm
fatherless at one year and seven
months of age. His brothers were
Jno. W. Frierson, 8r., and Bam T.
Brown, latelv deceased. His moth
er died in 18.'?8 at the age of 20 years,
having been married twice. His
academic education was at Stephen
son Academy. His collegiate course
was at Centre College, Danville, Ky.,
where he graduated. He studied
medicine under his uncle J. V. H.
Frierson, in Columbia. Attended
lectures first course at Louisville,
Ky., second course at New York
where he graduated. Began the
practice at Bhelbyville, Tenn.; re
moved in a short time to Phillips
county, Ark. His practice there
was successful and lucrative, but a
desire for better social advantages
determined him after a few years
to return to his native place, where
he continued successfully to prac
tice some five or six years. Thence
he removed to Lafayette county
Miss.; bought land, became both
planter and physican.
In 18(0 lie married Miss Harriet A
Frierson. Was a soldier in 1SC.2.
Moved at close of war to Lake
county, West Tennessee. Remain
ing there only a short while he
again returned to his old neighbor
hood, where he continued to prac
Drug stores can'tconflne them
selves to drugs, or at least they
don't. People expect to find
toilet articles, soaps, brushes,
perfumes, powders, baby fixings,
and the rest there, and that's the
reason we have secured the best
line we could find. Best doesn't
mean the highestpriced. There's
a great deal in knowing how and
where to buy these things, and
we know. Our prices are always
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
ticeand farm for about twenty years.
About 1887 by the advice of friends
he moved to Columbia; stayed there
five or six years and then retired
from practice to his home at Zion.
Dr. Frierson was much above the
average in intellect. By assiduous
study and long and varied experi
ence he had a fund of medical
knowledge so valuable that it will
be sadly missed. With a strikingly
anylitical mind he reached safe con
clusions in a logical wrv. His
thought had wide range and pro
found depth, yet his power of con
centration seemed complete. He
was bv nature genial, gentle, loving,
sincere, humble, solid. He was
literary in taste, read much and
wrote occasionally as a pleasing di
version. Years ago about 1858 a
series of humorous articles ridicul
ing the "fads" and follies of "upper
ten" society came out in the Colum
bia Mirror signed "Old Forgy" his
pen name. About the same time
the Zion Literary and Histrionic
Society brought out with much suc
cess a Ave act comedy of his entitled
"Marlin or a Bachelor in Q'test of a
wife;" abounding In humor and dis
playing his keen sense of the ridicu
lous. Fifty years ago he confessed his
faith and has since consistently and
beautifully exemplified by his works
that faith. Thirty years a ruling
elder in the church and only those
associated with him fully appreci
ated his judgment, his candor, his
zeal and his solidity.
He leaves behind, a widow who
has journeyed with him almost forty
years; a son upon whom God grant
his mantle may full; a daughter
who will ever keep fresh and green
the memory of his virtues; achurch
saddened by the knowledge '"That a
prince in Isreal, a mighty mm has
fallen;" and a friend who sighs just
for one glance of his eye.
M. M. Itussell.
On Thursday of last week, at his
home about five miles from Colum
bia near the Mt. Pleasant pike, Mr.
Matt M. Russell breathed his last, at
the ripe old age of seventy-eight
years. The funeral services were
conducted Friday at 1 o'clock o. m.,
in the Methodist Church at Will
iamsport, by Revs. Johnson, Beasley
and Hull, and the remains were laid
to rest in the burying-ground at
Williamsport. Deceased was born
in Hickman county, but had lived
!n this county for about sixty years.
In 1842 he was united in marriage to
Miss Rachel Jones, and to this
union eleven children were born. Mr.
Russell was a member of the Meth
odist Church, and was an honest,
upright, zealous, faithful, christian
man. During the long yeirsof his
life he followed steadfastly in the
teachings of his master, and, when
t he final summons en me. he wts
ready to lay down his life's work
and say, like the Apostle Paul, "I
have fought a g'ioJ right, I have
finished my course. I have kept the
faith ; henceforth there is laid up for
me a crown of righteousness."
Mr. Russell was widely known,
and commanded the highest esteem
and respect of everyone. He leaves
surviving him a wife and the follow
ing children: Mrs Robt. Moore. Mrs.
Clay Thompson, Mrs. Alex. E. Hill,
Mrs. Johu B. Ashton, Mrs. v. 11.
Robinson, of this county, Mrs. Jas.
A. (tray, of Williamson county, Mrs.
J. B. Walker, of Hickman county,
and Messrs. Willis P. and Jas. W.
Russell, of this county. He was
also the father of the late Mrs. W.
T. Porter and Mrs. Tom Perry, dee'd.
Humeri to Death.
The numerous friends of Mrs.
Mary Harlan, wife of Mr. George
Henry Harlan, were shocked yes
terday morning to hear of her most
untimely and sudden death, which
occurred Wednesday night at her
home near the mouth of Cathey's
Creek, between Williamsport and
Hampshire. Mrs. Harlan and her
husband were in the room alone,
and Mr. Harlan went out for a short
while. On returning, he found the
lifeless body of his wife lying in
front of the fire-place burned al
most to a crisp. The supposition is
that Mrs. Harlan fainted and fell
into the fire Deceased was about
31 years of age, and was the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dorset, of
Williamsport. She had been mar
ried only about four years, and
leaves surviving her one child. She
was a sister to Mrs. Otey Walker, of
Franklin, Mioses Hattieand Pauline
Dorset, of Williamsport. and Mr.
Jell Dorset, of Texas. Who was a
member of the Episcopal Church,
and was a faithful Christian. Pure
and spotless in her character, and
of a most lovable and amiable
disposition, she endeared herself in
ties of strongest love to those with
whom net life came in touch. The
sorrowing relatives have the
deepest sympathy of a large circle
The funeral services will be held
to-day at 12 o'clock In 8t. Peter's
Episcopal Church, conducted by
Rev. Mr. McOlowan, of Franklin.
The remains will be interred in Rose
Flour! Flour! Flour!
Buy "Blue Seal" flour. Every
pound guaranteed. Made only from
best selected wheat. All grocers
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Little Marguerite, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Alcorn, cele
brated the 7th anniversary of her
birthday last Saturday trom 2 to 5 p.
m., with a "pink tea." The house
and table decorations were of pink
hyacinths, and the candles, cakes
and ices were also of pink. Tea
was served by the charming little
hostess in tiny pink souvenir cups
and saucers, and each little guest
received a charming pink bon-bon
box. One of the most enjoyable
features of the occasion was "riding
the pony," a gift from Marguerite's
father. Mesdames Mary Hine, W.
J. Oakes, W. A. Ruttle and Miss
Rosa Barnett assisted in entertain
ing the children. The following
guests were in attendance: Misses
Nettie Mai Ruttle, Mary Ella Fariss,
Mattie Williamson, Marie Mc
Lemore, Emma Claire Moore, Nell
Davis, Louzella Hodge, Lelia and
Effle Ashton, Irene McKennon,
Freda Bose, Hazle Daimwood and
The post Lenten entertainments
will begin the first Tuesday after
Easter Sundav: that is. Anril 12
To the cultured it will be an evening
or rare enjoyment, combining vocal
and instrumental music, and read
ing. The program will contain the
names of Prof. A. H. Merrill of
Nashville, J. Hough Guest of Co
lumbia, Miss Schuler of the Insti
tute, and the sweetest song bird in
Tennessee Mrs. C. A. Forgey. The
evening will be a benefit recital to
Mr. Guest, and Columbia we doubt
not will show Its appreciation of the
feniusofthis finished young vio
inist. In due time the local papers
will announce trnVprogram.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller cele
brated their tin we lding last Satur
day night by giving a reception to a
number of their friends. During
the evening delightful refreshments
wer9 served, and the occasion was
greatly enjoyed by all those in at
tendance. Misses Louise Sutton and Pearl
8nell entertained the Gamma Zeta
Society at the Institute on Thurs
day evening of last week.
Patronize home industry by buy
ing "Jiiue bear' and "Everbright"
flour. Ho me labor. Home caoital.
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Work of an Incendiary.
The barn of Mr. Eli Groves at
Mooresville was d9stroved hv flr
last Tuesday night. Seven head of
horses and a lot of provender were
also burned. The fire is supposed
to be the work of an incendiary.
Ll,l u.. .f.l- . i ...
tiuwu uuuims wcib procureu iroin
Lewisburg. but a trail could not he
found. The loss will amount to sev
eral hundred dollars, and it is un
derstood that no insurance was car
ried. Second Car Load
Monitor Cultivators coming; order
quick if you want one. They are the
tf Satteufield & Dodsox.
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Newt Pickard, of Mt. Pleasant, is
visiting Paris Simms. Miss Maggie
Dunn has returned to Columbia.
Miss Lnla B. Wright, of Grove
land, Tenn., the accomplished or
ganist of Pleasant Mount congrega
tion, is visiting the family of Rev.
T. E. Hudson. Pulaski Citizen.
E. f . Gamble Grocery Co
We are offering some special
while they last.
12 dozen knotted fringe damask
towels, size 24x50, 25c each.
10 dozen plain fringe damask linen
towels, heavy goods. 24x48, 25c each.
10 dozen hemstitched white dam
ask linen towels, 24x40, 30c each.
1 lot linen towels, 10c each.
1 lot linen towels, 15c each.
A full line cotton towels, splen
did values, at 5c, 8c, 9c to 10c each.
Red Table Damask, 15c yard.
Red Table Damask, 20c, 24c to 48c
All Linen Table Damask, fiO inches
wide, in white and cream, 4'Je yard.
1 piece pure linen satin table dam
ask, 69 inches wide, 69c yard.
Checked fringed napkins, 19c to 50c
Large red fringed napkins, 50c
White and cream, colored borders,
fringed napkins, 55c, 65c and 75c
White fringed napkins, 50c, 60c,
75c, 85o to $1.00 dozen.
Linen crash toweling, 7c, 8c, 9c,
A few winter Lap liobes left to
close out at cost.
It will pay you to give us a
look through this line. We
can save you money.
F. SWANSIJUKU & CO.
PUKE COUNTRY LaIM).
Country hams and shoulders, seed
sweet potatoes, garden seed, onion
sets, and don't forget our Gold
Medal Coffee, it is the best for the
money, at Watson & Bain's. 'Phone
OVER THE COUNTY
Photo buttons, 2 for 25c at Young's
Maiirv Pnnnttf fjirmpra li'ivo boon
taking advantage of the pretty days
to piuui meir corn.
Messrs. W. G. Stockard and J. R.
Walker, of Williainsnort. Imvn irorm
to Louisville to buy goods.
Pure hred Polan China Roars fur
sale to highest bidder on public
square, Monday, March 28th.
it it. f . ijodsov.
Mr. S. S. Fleming has commenced
the erection of an eight-room bri.-k
residence on his farm on the Pulaski
Messrs. W. L. and C. D. Smith, of
Birmingham. Ala., are in Mt. Pleas
ant tbis week, prospecting in the
If you are a candidate for office.
the Herald can tell more voters of
it in a day than you can in a month,
and it will cost just the same now
as later on $5 in cash.
Mr. J. R. Walters has bought out
the Theta hack line, and will make
headquarters at. Woldridge & Ir
vine's drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Dixon, who
have been visiting relatives in the
McCain's neighborhood, returned
this week to their home in Charles
ton, S. C.
Writers, especially writers of
fiction and poetry, will find some
thing to interest them if they will
send for a copy of The Inland Maga
zine, Troy, Ohio. tf
Rev. J. H. Thompson, pastor of
the First Baptist Church, will lect
ure at Rock Spring on Tuesday
evening, April 5, on the subject,
"How to Conduct a Courtship."
The proceeds of the lecture will go
toward repairing the church. Ad
mission, 25 cents; everybody in
vited. Merchants, whv not. nnfrnnim
home industry and buv all grades of
i 1 1 . . . . .
uxouiiiB iroin raugeii uodson, at
rock bottom prices? Factory in
Brown block, South Main street,
second floor of W. T. Wilkes & Co's
undertaker's establishment. Citi
zens Phone 28; Bell Phone 147 and
The bill in Congress providing
for the payment of claims for pro
perty confiscated by the union army
during the war, belonging to citi
zens sympathetic with the Federal
Government, includes the claim of
T. H. Nixon, administrator of Jas.
M. Grimes, deceased, lute of this
county, for $260. The bill has passed
the House of Representatives.
W. T. Wilkes and W. H. B. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
the sale of pianos and organs on
South Main street in the Brown
Block. Give ua a call before buy
ing, and save from $50 to $100 in the
purchase of a piano and from $10 to
$25 in an organ. Tuning and re
pairinz a specialty. tf
lor Boys aii Girls
IM'nonl vju uuu uitiu.
Mt. PleaHHi.t, Maury County Tenn.
Spring Term llegan Janury 17, 1808.
Hoard .") per Term.
Tuition fror : to 5 per month.
Students enter Vandorbllt University on
"Howard Institute Is one of the very best
schools in all the patronizing territory of
J. H. KIHKLAXn. Chancellor,
Vandorbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
Bonnling and Day School for Girls.
Instruction In Primary, lllh School and
full College word , wit b special advantages
In Music, Art, Elocution, Short hand aud
4 Spring kpkhIoii began January 17. 1 SOS.
For catalogues or further Information,
ROBKKT I. SMITH,
Janl4 6m President.
Dr. BI. P. tilerrill,
Office over Dr. Williamson's ofllce, Gar
NITROUS OXIDE OAS FOR PAINLESS EX
TRACTION OF TEETH.
Office Hours 8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
H. S. HANNER,
Lawyer and Court
Practice In All Court .
Office with Flfiiem & Padgett.
Beps ly COLUMBIA. TENN.
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE,
Office: Corner High and Eighth Street
Office hours: 8 to 103 to 4.
no van ly
Dr. Jos. T. Meadorc,
Garden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72,
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Prompt attention uiven to all collec
tions. r(ilice with J. II. KiiHsell'
Whitthorue Mock, Columbia, Tenn.
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
Olllce: Front rooms In Masonic Temple,
over FIgUtf rs A McLeniore's gtorc.
N. B. I have moved from the Whltthorne
block; remember to call at my new quar
ters. j. a. titgqi1b,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watoh and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Bethell Block, : COLUMBIA, TENTC
(i. M. Fogg, Trustee, et. als., vs. A. A.
Riche, et. als.
Tn tins cause it appearing from the
bill which is Rworn to, that A. A. Riche,
one of the defendants, is a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon him, and an attachment
having been issued and levied upon the
property of defendants, It is ordered by
me that publication be made in the Co
lumbia Herald, a newspaper published
in Columbia, Tenn., for four consecu
tive weeks, requiring said A. A. Riche
m Bmiearaim maae aeiense to complain
ant s bill, before the Chancery Court of
,ri ... ui ,11
C olumbia, on the 11th day of April. 18!IS.
"1 t 1 , nnlJ V.lll ...111 I T -
... n.c Bmu uiu win oe iHKen lor con
tested as to him and set for hearing ex
Darte. said (lav !uitnr a ruin Han c.M
court. This March 17th, IKiiK.
mann-ii, A. . AKIN, C. A M.
Clerk ad Mahtkk's Offick, )
Columbia, Tenn., March 4, 1S..S.
Fred S. Hlair, Complainant, vs. Doug
lass Blair, et. al, Defendant.
It appearing from affidavit tiled In
this cause, that the defendant, Douglass
Hlair, is a non-resident of the State
It is therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance herein, before or within
the tirst three days of the next term of
the Chancery Court to be held at Colum
bia, on the tirst Monday in April next,
IS'.is, and plead, answ er or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to him and 6et
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:
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FiRiiers .V Padgett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
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tion steady. Reference. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept. R. Chicago.