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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: JfKIDAY, APRIL c, 1898.
T. N. FIGUERS.
ILie are F(eady
To talk Shoes with you. Every
day is bringing to light many
specimens o( 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 and
Nine ly-Eigru cents
Will prooure a pair of Men's
high grede, fashionable Hhoes
In almost any style or shape
Ladies' black and tan Dongola
Oxfords, at$l 00.
Ladies' black and tan genuine
Kid Oxfords, at $1.50.
Ladies' black and tan $2.00,
$2.60 and $3.00 Oxfords are
the best that can possibly be
had, and are made to the
. I. EIGUES
For Circuit Jiule.
We are authorized to announce T. V.
Broyles, of Hardin County, as a candidate
for Judwe of the Judicial Circuit composed
of Maury. Lawrence, Giles. Lewis. Wayne
mid Hardin counties. subject totlie action
of the Democratic party. Election In Au
gust to till out the unexpired term of Judge
We are authorized to announce Uobt. B.
Williams us a candidate for .luilae of the
Judicial Circuit composed of Maury,
Lawrence, (tiles, Lewis, VV'anennd Hardin
citunties. subject to theactloti of the Demo
cratic party. Election in August to till out
the unexpired term of Judge l'ut tei'son.
We nre authorized to announce Mr. G. N.
McKetinou. Kr., 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.
Granheryasa candidate for re-eletion to
the ottlce of Trustee of Maury County. Hub
Ject to the will of the people at the August
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wll
n It. lol)lh.M, of (Vlunibla. as a candi
date for Trustee of Maury County, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce II. B.
I.iidd of the 18th district, as a candidate for
HherltT at t he ensu in g August election, sub
ject to the will of the people.
We are authorized to announce Mr. J. A
(Dock) rrowe, as a candidate for Sheriff of
Maury County, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized to announce Mr. Love
Webb, the present Hherltl of Maury County,
ns a candidate for re-election 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, as a can
didate for ounty Court. Clerk of Maury
County, at t he ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce .1. Frank
Wllev.of Coin. nhla, as a candidate for re
election to t he olllceof County Court Clerk,
at theeusjjii' August election.
ri .ireult Court Clerk.
We are an' horlzed to announce Mr. Wll
lard f. W.irley, of the Sixteenth District, as
a candidate f lr Circuit Court Olerk of Mau
ry County, subject to the will of the people
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wats
F. Etnbry, of Columbia, as a candidate for
Circuit Court. Olerk of Maury County, at
theensuinir August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Rob
ert Foster, of the Fourteenth i.lstrict, as a
candidate for Register, subject to the will
of the people ut the August election, 1H1W.
We are authorized to announce Register
w. it. McKennon as a candidate lor re-eleo
tlon to the ottlce of Register of Maury
county, at me ensuing Auguss election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. P. L.
perryberry, of the Twenty-third District,
as a candidate for Register, at the ensuing
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OF
For the Qnurter Ending March 31, '9H.
Loans and discounts $ 123,053.91
Real Estate 5(10.00
Furniture and Fixtures 2,278.20
Cash on haud au In other
Capital $ 30,000.00
Undivided profits, net 2,384.00
IndlTidHsl deposits 170,314.71
Cashier's checks outstanding 15.00
State of Texnesskkj
County of Maury. 1
I, J. F. Brownlow, cashier of the
above-named Bank, do solemnly swear
that thfealove statement is true, to the
best of my knowledge nnd belief.
J. F. Brownlow, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 1st day of April, lttN.
J. F. "Wiley, County Court Clerk.
Correct Attest :
T. J. Kk a. 1
J. P. Brownlow.
John W. Fry.
Yonr account solicited.
'SQUIRES IN SESSION.
Enough Uuslness on Hand to
Them at it" Two Days.
The ItuBlneM Wan Mostly of a Routine
Character. Several Elections of
County Court met in quarterly
session last Monday, and the Bquires
were forced to remain in session
throughout Tuesday. This term
was a very quiet one, very little
outside of the routine business be
ing transacted. It was noised about
Monday that several red-hot resolu
tions were to be introduced declar
ing Cuba's freedom and authorizing
a flotilla of canoes to be armored
and fitted out with the latest models
of guns and set a-sailing down the
Duck for their destination in Cuban
waters. These, however failed to
J. A. Crowe and J. K. P. Allen
were elected Work-house Commis
sioners. N. E. Due and W. II. Klncaid
were elected to wait on the next
term rf Circuit Court.
J. W. McKissick, Arthur Porter
and Mora B. Fariss were elected
The Clerk was instructed to make
out a list of those merchants who
had paid their privilege taxes on
fruits and cigars and make report to
the July term of Court. The last
session of the Legislature authorized
that this privilege tax be remitted
to all merchants having paid it,
whose stock of fruits and cigars
amounted to less than twenty-per
cent, of their entire stock.
The Revenue, Poor-house and
Work-house Commissioners made
The Commissioner of Election
were allowed $10 for holding the
last four elections in the county.
By a vote of 31 to 18, Trustee
Orandbery was allowed $2o0 per an
num for 1897 and 18!)8 for clerk hire.
G. O. Kirk, W. N. Fitzpatrlck and
W. H. McFall were elected mem
bers of the Board of Equalization.
It was ordered bv the Court that
Squire W. C. Whitthorne be al
lowed to cut a Uoor in the north
side of the court-house leading
into the old County Court room, In
order that he might establish his
court of justice there.
It was o-dered that tne matter or
disposing of the bridge across Duck
ltiver at Columbia be referred to
the County Attorney, to take such
steps as he may dem best In the
matter, and report his action to the
July term of the court.
Jurors for May Term Circuit Court.
No. 1, Mike Brady: 2, Tike Riley;
3. F. C. Campbell: 4, J. M. Agnev ,
Jno. White; 6. D. 8. Hancock; 6, W.
A. Hubbard, B. F. Hobb; 7, J. B.
Galloway, M. J. Irvine ; 8, Dan Alex
ander, A. L. Kmmerson; 9, Jas.
Friel. C. W. Robinson, B. F. Davis,
G. D. Colquitt: 10, Gid Johnson,
Doll Hood; 11, Ike West; 12, 8. H.
Johnston, O. W. Williams; 13, Mum-
ford Smith ; 14, Albert 8argent; 15,
lyree Noles; 16, W. H. Patton; 17,
Wesley Trice, A. J. Brooks; 18, W
L. McGaw ; 19, Rufus Alderson, W.
E. Jack ; 20, Walter Nesbitt; 21, Jno
Carr; 22. J. E. Price; 23, Ted Har
mon ; 24, Joe Cole and J. R. Gilliam ;
2o, J. M. Reynold.
For the l atest News
Subscribe for the Daily American,
delivered to any pirt of the city,
Give orders to carriemr C. H. Sharp
it T. JU. voss, Agent.
THE HORSE SALE.
A Number of Fine Animals go at (load
The Shelton & Dale annual com
bination sale began at South Side
Park Wednesday, with a good
crowd in attendance. Capt. Eng
lish, of Danville, Ky., the auction
eer, knows his business, and has
riven universal satisfaction. The
argest sale for Wednesday was a
hav team, the nrnnertv of M p.flrmrl
& Walker, of Lv nnville, purchased
by Mai., j. in. Krooks, or JNasnvilld,
for $o00. The following horses
brought over $100 Wednesday:
Frank Dale. h. sr., property of E. F.
Armstrong, to W. 1). Ureen.of Louisiana,
tlav team, property or McCloud t
Walker, Lynnville, to Maj. J.N. Brooks,
Wilkes McCurdv. b. ., property of It
W. McLemore, to Stegall Bros., Ozark,
Jockey, b. g.. property of W. II. Long,
to .i no. so well, si.
Chestnut mare, property of C. A.
Wright, to Jno. O. Sowell, $115.
The sale was brought to a close
yesterday. Altogether about 815
horses were sold. Yesterday's sales
cannot be published in this week's
Herald, as the secretary's books
were in such a condition that they
could not be procured.
on the Mt. Pleasant pike, a bundle
containing a bluish gray suit of
clothes. The finder will please re
turn them to this office. It
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Mr. M. C. Lamar and brother, Willie
and Eddie Speed, have moved Into ou
midst. We gladly bid them welcome.
Mr. W. II. McClanahan and Mrs
Willis Jones are both quite sick at this
writing. e wish for them a speedy re
Key. F.J. Tyler will preach at th
Main Street C. P. Church on next 8un
day, both morning and evening. Morn
inn subject: "The Resurrection of
Christ." He will also deliver his fa
mous lecture, "Handsome Men and
Beautiful Women," next Friday niht
April 1 o. Tramp.
Now and Then.
John Smith: "What difference d
you think there is between th
ancient and modern novels?"
John Bull: Well, you see, the
ancient novels are of flow'ry lan
guage and the modern ones bloom
In Gold pD I
From April first to November
first 1898, we will give a ticket
with every glass of Soda drank
at our Soda Fountain.
On November first we will give
to the person holding the largest
number of these tickets
$20.00 IN GOLD ;
to the one having the second
largest number $10.00; to the one
having third largest number $5,
and to each of the next fifteen,
Sec our list of
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
OVER THE COUNTY
Roseola Is prevalent at Isom.
Photo buttons, 2 for 25c at Young's
The communication from Glenn's
Store reached us yesterday too late
Genuine high arm Singer & Do
mestic machine, only slightly worn,
for $10. 8. B. Stephens, Bethell
A mad-doe passed through Cul-
leoka last Sunday night and .bit sev
eral other dogs.
Misses Nell and Lindsey Tomlln-
son and Maud Burns spent several
days at Culleoka recently.
Will sell watches at a closer Azure
than ever known. Have 6ome in
side prices that will help you,
apri at James Bros.
Rev. O. M. Trousdale will preach
at the Methodist Church In Bigby-
ville next Sunday at 11 a. in.
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. Irvine Peebles, son of Rev.
W. R. Peebles, relumed to Fountain
Creek last week from Karnes City,
Misses WagstafI and Loula Gar
rett have returned home after a
visit to Columbia and Carter's Creek
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
The Cumberland Presbyterian
congregation of Mt. Pleasant have
bought a lot ou Hay Long avenue,
and are making preparations for the
erection of a house of worship.
W. T. Wilkes and W. II. B. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
tne sale of pianos and organs on
South Main street in the Brown
Block. Give us a call before buy
ing, and save from $50 to $100 in the
purchase of a piano and from $10 to
$26 in an organ. Tuning and re
pairing a specialty. tf
Maine Blown Up.
Yes, so did the Merrimac clean
them all up till she tackled the Moni
torMonitor knocked her out. So
the Monitor cultivator has taken the
lead and distanced the field. See
tf Satterfxeld & Dodson.
A defective flue caused a small
blaze in Mr. W. F. Wilson's house
in South Columbia last Tuesday.
The mantleoiece, wall and carpet
were badly burned, but fortunately
the fire was discovered and extin
guished before it had gained any
We will sell for thir
ty days, strictly good
worth $1.25 at 08 cents
Ralston's Health Clul ana
Petlyjota's Breatfast FooJs
are all going up Our
BLEND is the best
value on the market
at6 lbs for $1.00.
E. . We Grocery Co.
Services will be held to-d:iy (Good
Friday) In St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, beginning promptly at 12
m., by Rev. Alex Patterson. On
next Sunday the usual early cele
bration will take place at 7 a. m.,
and the Easter sermon will be
preached at 11 o'clock by Rev. R.
C. Caswell, of Nashville. The Eas
ter celebration by the Sundty-school
will occur at 3 o'clock in the after
noon. Easter will be celebrated in the
First C. P. Church Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock by a song service, and
the pastor, Rev. W. A- Provine, will
deliver an appropriate sermon for
At the morning service next Sun
day Rev. F. B. Webb will preach his
Easter sermon from the 1st Corin
thians. 15:53: "For this corruptible
must put on Incorruption, and this
mortal must put on immortality."
His text for the evpning discourse
will be Matthew 28:18: "And Jesus
came and spoke unto them, spying.
All power is given unto trie in
heaven and in earth."
The pulpit at the Main Street C
P. Church next Sunday will be oc
cupied by Rev. F. J. Tyler. "The
Resurrection of Christ and Its Les
sons to Us," will be the theme for
his morning sermon, and in the
evening he will preach on "How to
Rev.'M. J. Carley will preach at
the South Columbia Methodist
Church next Sunday morning and
The Woman's Missionary 8ociety
of the First Methodist Church have
in charge the services for Easter,
and it is their privilege to invite any
minister to preich on that occasion
that they may wish. They have in
vited their pastor, Dr. Kelley, to
officiate, and he will preach the
Easter sermon Sunday morning.
The collection taken up at this ser
vice will go towards missions.
Rev. J. H. Thompson's discourse
at the Baptist Churo next Sunday
morning will be on the subjuct of
"The Observance of Ester," and
music appropriate to the occasion
Elder J. P. Sladen will deliver an
Easter sermon at the Christian
Church next Sunday at the morning
service. There will also be several
special musical selections.
Itev. Baker I. I.ee.
Rev. Baker P. Lee, of Farmville,
Va., has accepted a call to St.
Peter's Episcopal Church of this
city. Mr. Lee has been rector of
the Episcopal Church at Farmville
for Beveral years, and is said to be a
man of much power. He will move
his family here about May 15, and
take charge of this rectorship.
A series of revival meetings be
gan in the South Columbia Metho
dist Church last Monday. The ser
vices are being conducted by the
pastor and Rev. Mr. Carlev, and it
Is hoped that much good will result.
At the First Methodist Church
las- Sunday morning a collection
was taken up for the Cuban suf
ferers. About $30 was taken in.
L. U. P. M., will meet Friday at
3 o'clock with Mrs. R. P. Adkisson
Subject Mark, 6th chapter. Leader,
Mrs. W. W. Cherry.
The Church Workers of the 8outh
Columbia Methodist Church mt at
the residence of Mr. James Grimes
last Monday night.
The District Epworth League Con
ference will be held at Culleoka
April 19 and 20.
Services at the Catholic Church
next Sunday at 10 a. in., by Rev.
John A. Nolan.
Rev. F. J. Tyler lectured at Sunny-
side last night on "A Trip Through
Third round of quarterly meetings of
the Columbia District, Tennessee Con
ference, for 1WIS.
fisgah Circuit, at 1' rlondship, April 30
and ... May 1.
Bunker Hill, at Bethesda May ft
Elkton May 7, 8.
Pleasant Hill and Smyrna, at Smyr
na Mav 8. 0.
Taylor's Chapel, at Marcella Falls,
.: May 14, 15.
Pleasant Valley and Salem, at Sa
lem ... Mav 15. IB.
TrlnHy Circuit, at Union .. May 21, 22.
Pulaski May 22, ?3.
Bee Spring, at ShUoh May 28, 2i.
Prospect Circuit, at M t. Carmel, J une 4, 5.
Diana Circuit, at Simpson's chapel,
June 11. 12.
Olivet and Lynnville, at Lynnville,
June 12, 13.
South Columbia June 18, 19.
Columbia June 19,20.
Mount Pleasant June 25, 26.
Bigbyville Circuit, at Enterprise,
Kail River Circuit, at Full Kiver,July 2,3.
Richland Circuit, at Liberty, July 9, 10.
Mooresville Circuit, at -, July la, 17.
Culleoka and Hurricane, at Culleoka,
July 17, IS.
Church registers and recordsof church
conferences will be called for this time.
W. K. Pkrbles, P. K.
P. (). address, Fountain Creek, Tenn.
Deaf to an Alnrin.
Not many years ago a student in
Princeton Sominary. desiring to
arise early in the morning, bought
an aiarm ciocR. forarew Gays it
worked well. But one morning, af
ter being aroused by Its alarm, he
turned over and went to sleep again.
On subsequent mornings the clock
failed to awake him. Ho placed it
under the head of his bed in close
proximity to his ear. There it
awaked him till the next time he
disobeyed its summons; ever after
wards it was a failure. He slept
tnrougn us can wun perrect regu
let, ouine otner nana, many a
mother wakes on the faintest voice
of her child and many a watcher on
tne 8iighteyt movement or the pa
tient. They have traiued them
selves to heed such calls.
In like manner the conscience
may be deadened or trained. Let
the Christian disregard its voice,
and soon it will become unable to
arouse him at all. Let him care
fully heed its faintest remonstrance,
and 1c will become to him a most
valuable mentor. Take good care
of your conscience; it is a mst
delicate apparatus. Christian Observer.
We are offering some special
LINEN TOWELS ,ui
while they last.
12 dozen knotted fringe damask
towels, size 24x50, 25c each.
10 dozen plain fringe damask linen
towels, heavy goods. 24x48, 25o each.
10 dozen hemstitched white dam
ask linen towels, 24x46, 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, 9o to 10c each.
Red Table Damask, 15c yard.
Red Table Damask, 20c, 24o to 48o
All Linen Table Damask, fiO Inches
wide, in white and cream, 49o yard.
1 piece pure linen satin table dam
ask, 69 Inches wide, G9c 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,
75o, 85o to $1.00 dozen.
Linen crash toweling, 7c, 8c, 9c,
A few winter Lap Robes left
close out at cost.
It will pay you to give us a
look through this line. We
can save you money.
F. SWANSUUKU & 0.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Stork Kliow Day.
Last Monday being the first Mon
day in April, it was "stock show
day" in Columbia, and, of course, it
rained. There was no parade, and
mt little stock was broua-ht to town.
However, there were several trnnd
stallions and jacks to be sepn on the
m I n . r
quare. rime was wnen nrc mon
lay in April brought every stallion
ind lack of anv conspntience in
Matirv Countv to Cnlumhin. nnd a
prettier or finer aggregation of horse
flesh could scarcely be found any
where than here. But this, it seems,
is an old custom that Is fast passing
Wilkes McCurdv. the bav ireldinc
purchased by Steifall Bros , of
Ozark, Ala., at the Shelton & Dale
sale, was one .of the best animals
offered at the sale. He is by Fred
S. Wilkes 2:11. and out of Sallie C.
2:18 (dam of Tom Calhoun, 3-vear-old,
trial 2:13) by McCurdy's Ham
bletonian. Mr. Shelton savs he
went a 2:40 gait at 8outh Side Park
weanesaay wun two men on the
Thnan wishing rr hroarl tliclr
mares to a high-class thoroughbred
horse will do well to see the horse
at the stock yards before makimr
any arrangements. it
Alexander & Vauchn shinned 2
loads of ho irs and one load of line
and sheep to Louisville Saturday.
La Anderson shipped 3 loads of
cattle, hogs and sheep to Louisville
Houston Thomas shinned 2 lnnria
of hogs and cattle to Louisville.
Joe Hazev shinned 1 load of hues
and sheep to Louisville.
PAINT TOCIt CAltKtAGES AND BVO-
Ttnvlnff NAdirArl t.ha aArvtfna it M w tPi...
tmtrlp.lr fif Plni'lllnuH urhrtliua m.n.1. ...1 ,
the finest shops of the Knst, nnd Is one of
mo lines,, i-i riHK pniiiiers mm nas ever
Wn in this State, our establishment is
DOW euulDDt'd to do vnnr wnrlr In tint .nlaii
shape If vou have any carriage or buggy
paintlng'you want done. Give him a cull
and get his prices. He will do nothing but
nrsl-eiass work, rriee to suit the Mines.
w. M. Buchnau. Houth Malu Street,
COLUMBIA COTTON Mil l. I'll
.. ...... u... ...v.v I...K lP DiiHjiiiiuiueni
of t his company will be held at the compa
ny's offloe, on Tuesday. April 12, ism at 10
o'clock a. m. 11. . Bpakkow, Hec'y
Notice Is hereby given to the public that
T have rhls dav set mv artn A r
free, to contract and b'e contracted with fur
uuiiwii. i win nui nereaiter cl&lin any of
nis wages or pronts, nor will I be responsi
ble for any of his debts. This March 1, IsiW
J. M. Hi ntkr, Mt. I'leasunl, Tenn.
New Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(successors to KURnne FUlow.)
Representing the following coninnnlea
.J.ln. OnrniMiila. Traders North wr.ttrn
jnuiuai. jmn)rclal Union, of
London. HilllMmbiirK illy.
See them before insuring your property.
TIN! TIN! TIN!
E.C. WADE, the Tinner, has moved
hid afinn liil.fi tho llatholl KUnb ...
he U (Join rooting, guttering and all
kinds of tin work better and cheaper
....... .... - J ... . . , 1.IUU9 U 1
tinware made to order. Don't foreet the
S lace north corner Bethell Block, (Jar
en street. E.C. WADE, Tinner. 1-21
man bii utHiv 111 nits ciiv
All kinds of
Office: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Specialties: IFire, Tornado, Plate
Glass, F.mployers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. : Janl5
Dr. til P. Merrill,
Office over Dr. Williamson's office, Ga
NITROUS OXIDE GAS FOK PAINLESS EX
TRACTION OF TEETH.
Office Hours 8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE,
Office: Corner High and Eighth Streets
Office hours: 8 to 10-3 to 4.
Dr. Jos. T. fileadors,
Garden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, i Tenn.
Telephone No. 72,
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Prompt attention given to all collec
tions. -Offioe with J. II. Fussell'
Whitthorne lilock, Columbia, Tenn.
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
Front rooms In Masonic Temple,
uvnr riKU'-'rsffi Mcijeiiiore s s'ore.
N. B. I have moved from the Whitthorne
block; remember to call at my new quar
ters. J. A. TI-TGOUlB,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
tUtthflll Block, s UOLTJftlttlA, TENN
By virtue of a writ of venditioni expo
nas, issued to me from the Honorable
Circuit Court, of Maury Countv, Tenn.,
ontheaithdav of March, 1818. in the
case of J. W. Wolfe vs. Green F. Aider
son, I will, on
Saturday, April 30, 1808,
at the court-house door in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within leal hours,
sell to th highest and best bidder, for
c8h, the following described real es
tate, situated in the Ninth civil district
of Maury Comity, and bounded as fol
lows: North by vacant lot of J. J. Webb;
iiiawi ov sireei: South v HI l,M ,i
lonnson: west hv vurani ,a r.i
W ebb, containing about of an acre,
more or lens. Nnirl
on and will be sold as the property of
the defendant, Green F. Alderson, to
satisfy the ti fa and cost.
I his April 1, 18U8.
. , , LOVE WEBB.
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year roriao, CASH IN AI)VAN(
Clkhk and Master's Ofkick,
Columbia, Tenn, March 11. Imih.
V '-McKennon, et. al., Complainant,
vs. The t armers' Loan and Trust Com
It appearing from amdavit filed
this cause, that th rfofo
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
'v.,y w, r, lo a uuiriesiueilia Ot
&iaie or Tennessee.
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pany enter its appearance herein, before
or within the first three davs of the next
term of the Chancery Court, tobe held at
Columbia on the 2nd Monday in April
next, lsim, and plead, answer or demur
to Complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to said company
and set for hearing ex parte; and that a
copy of this order be published for four
consecutive weeks in the Columbia
it is niereiore nrnpron thot aa h r-.
A Con v Attest:
,rA' N' AKIN, Clerk A Master ,
(J. W. Hayes, Sol'r for Compl't.
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVK
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponsible, established houne in Tennes
see. Monthly fiij.oo and expenses. 1'osl
tion steady. Reference. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept. 11. Chicago.