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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 18i8.
n wora to tne wise
To say we have a regular Shoe
Ftore is all that is sulllcient to those
who know its advantage1 . However,
we name u few special prices:
Childs black and tan slippers,
with pretty buckles, 8 to ll'.j, 8oc.
12 to 2 1.00
Never such a bargain in child's
Uppers otrjred in Columbia.
The Ladies say that that Oxfoid
in black and tun' that we are Helling
lor $1.(M) is the best they ever saw.
Our $l.r0 Oxfords cau't be bat.
We have already gotten in a
ef those beautiful Oxfords that we
have had eueh a run on at $2.00
with cloth or kid top, patent leuther
or kid tip, in black or tan; in fact
they were good $2.50 Oxfords but we
at the very lowest pric.
Our MEN'S SHOES are prettier
this spring than ever.
Our $U)S Tan Shoes
are the talk of the town.
T. I. EIGUEIS
FltOM 1.00 Per Settli!? up.
While Bntl Barred Plynioth
Hocks. White, Hinck and
Hrown Leghorns. HulT Cochin.
Light Krahnm. Wyandotte,
't'kin Ducks. Mucovn Iueks.
.'auloiise Geese. Fancy I'ig
oa.t mid Berkshire 1'igs.
ItKOS., Culuinbia. Trim.
Will Barker, with Barker A Martin, next
door to Maury Democrat olllce, where they
fay highest cash prices for Wool, Chickens,
IKKS, Butter, Inicks, Gense, Feathers,
Hides, etc. I'hoties: Bell, 'J-.N-2; Citizens',
K15. Residence. Hell.2l. iiprll'Jtl 4t
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
AT COLUM III A, IN THK STATB OK
for iir quarter Ending March 31, '!)S.
T-tiniRnand discounts .. $ 12.1,053.91
Reaii Estate 5(10 00
Furniture and Fixtures 2,27s. 3)
lush en hand ami in oilier
Capital . . $ .10,000.00
t'ndividcd profits, net 2,.'W40!i
ludiviiliial deposits 170,314 71
I'ushier's checks outstanding 15,0(1
County of Maury, f
I, J. V. Bkowni.ow, casliicr of the
Bhove-naincd Hank, do solemnly swear
that tin above statement is true, to the
est of my knowledge and belief.
.1. F. BitowNi.ow, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this M dav of April, IHl'S.
J. F. Wilkv, County Court Clerk,
T. J. Kka. )
.1. 1. Bkowni.ow. Directors.
John V. Fky. )
Your account solicited.
JTrn Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Kugeno Pillow.)
Kfnsentlng the following companies:
.lUiix. OrriiiHiila. Trailer- Nm tliwe-tern
Mnt iixt. t niiim-rclnl I iiimi, of
London. W IHlHin-hurm t lty.
See them before ins rini) imir property.
fANTKI TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVK
ponsihle, established house In Tenns
ee. Monthly $i)5 onand expenses. Posi
tion steady. Reference. Enclose slf
addressed stamped envelope. The
bom in ion Company, Dept. R. Chicago,
Dr. M. P. Merrill,
Cilice over fir. Williamson's otlice, Oa
HITRorsOXIPR OAS YOR PAINLESS K
TRACTION OF TKKTH.
Ofkiok Hours 8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. in.
j. a. titg0itb,
JCO LU M HI A , T E N N
Dr: IT'. M. BIDDLE,
Office: Corner High and Eighth Street
Office hours: 8 to 103 to 4.
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EPWORTH I.EAIJl'E CONFERENCE.
Full Itrp.irt of Hi" Iteo.ent fleeting Held
The full report of the Epworth
League Conference at Culleoka,
written by the Secretary of that
body, appears in this week's issue
of the Herald, the matter being
unavoidably carried over from last
week. The report is as follows:
Citllkoka, A pi. 21. The third an
nual Conference of the Kpworth
League of the Columbia District, mot
in regular session at Culleoka, Tenn.,
April 10-20, 1KW.
The President, Mr. .1. II. Dinning,
being absent, Kev. Allison Molloy,
First Vice-President, occupied the
chair, and Miss Clabie Taylor was in
her place as Secretary.
The report from the fourteen Leagues
in the District were fuller and more en
couraging in every department than
tl.ey were last year, ft was plainly
shown that, in this district, at least, the
League has been a great aid to the
The spiritual prayer services at the
opening of each session were led bv
Hevs. J. A. Molloy, A. B. Walker, P. I).
F'eeman and Miss Lena Cvey. The
topics on the program were most
forcibly presented by the appointed.
(In truth, this was declared the most
practically beneficial Conference we
have had.) Dr. Kelley's discourse on
the question, "Do we need any ad
ditional League legislation, and, if so,
what?" was one of the most interesting
heard during the Conference. His
argument that there are too many or
ganisations in the church, and hence
too great a distribution of power, was
not without reason. Though the code
of laws of the League and all its objects
are approved, yet there can be a lessen
ing of expense and Boards in its man
agement. The Conference did not
wholly concur with Dr. Kelley in every
argument or suggestion, nor did the
appointed committee take any action
on the resolutions presented by the Dr.
Yet, on the whole, all realize that his
thoughtful study on the subject re
sulted in an aid in solving this question
that is agitating, not only the Meth
odist, but other churches. We haven't
room for all the suggestions Dr. Kelley
made, but will nolo the two most im
portant. 1. Dispense with tho League Board,
and let the League be under the control
and direction of the Sunday-School
Board ; thereby getting rid of the ex
pense of one Board
2. Let the President hold the same
relation to the League that the Superin
tendent holds to the Sunday-school,
and be made a member ex officio of the
Rev. W. D. Wendel had the subject,
"How to make this Conference bene
ficial to our home Leagues." His argu
ments were good, and our Joe Ramsey,
with his own quick wit, summarized
them in this sentence: "Put your live
senses to their best use, tirst investing
rive cent-" in a tablet."
Rev. A. C. Coney, in a pointed, prac
tical and beautiful way, detined "An
Ideal League." He gave us an illus
trated definition of the word "ideal,"
leading from the work of the carpenter,
painter, sculptor, author, onward and
upward to the maker of a man, showing
us that an ideal League is one so
trained and educated and spiritualized
that it cultivates the manner and mind,
purities the heart, m.i.. s men and
women, and wins tli r s mis to Christ.
Miss Mabel Bele -i paper on "How
to start unti iiih' l Leagues in the
literary work," w-s lull of practical
suggestions. The paper was ordered
by the Conference to be printed in the
Coi r.M in a II krai. I) and Pulaski Citi
zen, but, on account of the crowded
condition of the Hrkald's columns,
the article w ill have to go over until
The question, "Does the League ever
injure the Sunday-school?" was satis
factorily answered by Mr. Gilbert
Smith, who proved that the League is
not a hindrance but almost a necessity
to a good Sunday-school iu our church
So often has it been asked, "Vhatcaii
we give our young people in place of
worldly amusement?" that this ques
tion had no leader but was at once
opened for general disciiasiou. Pleas
ures that can improve the mind, heart
and character, yet satisfy the bouyant
youth, must take tha place of the dance
and card games, that are but the pass
ing of an hour, from winch no good, but
generally harm, has been derived.
(in Wednesday night a short song-
service preceded the" ij mgue testimony
meeting." The singing that uight, and
throughout the Conference, was sp en-
did. Rev. J. Uf. Stewart, our beloved
ex-Presii'ing Elder, led the evening's
services of prayer and testimony, ami
all realized the' presence of liod amoig
us as it had not been felt betore.
Second Oiiy's Hrocettillng.
Jasper Anderson, of Campbells-
ville.sbowed that by training the league
is in every way titled to hold the Sun
day service iu the absence of the pastor
The necessity, grandness and beauty
of the Junior work was enthusiastically
advocated by Mr. K. P. Anderson.
Krom his exoerienco in religious work
among the childien, he in idem realize
that the little ones, in their tender im
press onableness, must have Christian
influence brought to hear upon their
characters; their little minds unfolded
by the pure air and light of proper
literature, to blossom in God's own
garden of Christianity, and at last bring
forth fruit meet for th Master s use.
Rev. V. J. Stewart considered cure-
fully the question, "How do you raise
moneyr ' lie noten me oojeenons io
raising funds by public c Elections, en
tertainments, assessments, and sug
gested a plan he 4s using in his own
League. He uses cards with blanks
for amounts of money to be inserted by
the undersigned, and each pledges to
give this amount, dividing it into
month I v payments. This amount is
not to interfere w ith the usual sum
paid to the church.
Miss Jessie uoin.oi ait. rieasani, pre
sented some good thoughts on "Charity
and Help," and her paper was also re-
iuesten ror puouuaiiou.
Bro. Joe Ramsey's talk on "The
Developing Agencies of the League,"
was full of line thoughts, as is always
the case with his talks.
Kev. It. V. Havnes was introduced to
'he Conference, and urged the uphold
ing of the banner of Temperance.
The following otlb'ers were elected
President. Mr. J. P. Graham; First
Vice-Pres., Mr. J. J. Wright; Second
Vice-Pres.. Mrs. W. A. Ruttle; Third
Vice-Pres., Miss Annie Long ; eeretarv,
Miss Clabie Taylor; Treas., Miss Mabel
The next Conference will be held in
Columbia. Claim k Tayi.ok, See'ty
The Best Thresher Belt.
The b"St to be bad for the least
money. Give us vour order now
and be on time. Thresher teeth
Hud out what you need and we will
get them for vmi.
Crak; Carkiaok & Machine Co.
"My voice is for war!" the statesman
Vntil his faee was blue.
Hut he quit when a man in the gallery
"How about the rest of you?"
There Is a
in Death's bony fingers, and
unless fresh, live drugs get
him by the throat, the chances
are he'll get the upper hand.
We wouldn't sell a drug which
we knew to be Impure or stale
lor a million dollars cold cash.
We make a specialty of pre
scriptions, and every one
bought here is compounded
with as much care and thought
as though we were going to
take it ourselves.
We have a competent regis
tered prescriptionist always in
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
Ottenli impr Gnllnilth.
Miss Fannie Goldsmith, of Mem
phis, was united in marriage to Mr.
I. Ottenheimer, of Baltimore, Wed
nesday evening at 7 o'clock in Mem
phis. The bride is a niece of Mrs.
C. C. Gross, of this city, and duri ig
her visits here made many friends.
On last Sunday morning at 10:30
o'clock, Mr. Austin Owen and Miss
Pearl Howard were united in mar
riage at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. A A Barker on Eighth street.
The marriage was a quiet one and
came in the nature of a surprise to
their many friends. The ceremony
was said in an impressive m inner
by Elder 8layden, after which the
bride and groom went to the home
of Mr. Owen's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Owen, in Kouth Colum
bia, where an elegant wedding feast
was served. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.. Howard,
and is known and admired byimny.
Mr. Owen is at present traveling for
a Virginia cigar house and lias
many acquaintances here. The
best wishes of a large circle of
friends will follow them on life's
ltoi iieincire- Cr w ford .
On Thursday afternoon of las'
week at 4 o'clock, at the home of the
bride's parents on West Seventh
otreet, the marriage of Miss Mattie
Crawford to Mr. Zick Boquetnor9
was celebrated. The ceremony was
said by Rev. Mr. Thompson in the
presence of only a few relatives and
near friends ot the contracting par
ties. The brido is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crawford, and is
a young lady many accomplish
inents. Mr. and Mrs. Ilquemore
left on the evening train for Mur
freesboro, their future home.
Binders are built strong. Have
roller and bicycle ball beinngs.
Lightest draft binder on the market.
See SATTERKIELl) & Dodson.
REAL ESTATE TKASSFMIH.
A. X. Akin. C. M , to J. S. Bingham,
40ii acres in district, $2,.r00.
R. B. Meadows and wife to J. C. Koa,
lot in Columhia, $1,200.
Robert F. Moore and wife to Mrs. Liz
zie K. Baker, 108 acres in 17th district,
Hostiek it Cameron to uoiumma i:oi-
ton Mill Company, lot in Columbia,
T. II. lienner to w. J. lowier, lot in
II. B. Titcomb to Kleanor I ricrson,
et. al., 4 acres in ilth district, if l.Vl.
R. K. McLemore to Lleauor irierson,
et. al., lot In Columbia, $200.
We will sell for thir
ty days,8trictly good
worth $1.25at 08 cents
Mston's Health CI and
Pettyjota's Breatfast Foofls
are all going up Our
BLEND is the best
value on the market
at 6 lbs for $1.00.
Car of Fresh Virginia
Land Haster Just Received.
E. . Gaulle Grocery Co.
OVEll THE COUNTY
Photo buttons, 2 for 25c at Young's
The many friends of Miss Lula
Belle Corpier in Maury County will
regret to hear of her illness at her
home in Marshall county.
If you have good land notes for
sale bring them in to us.
It W. J. Embky & Co.
Miss Lucy Howell had a fall at
the new school building at Culleoka
last week, and received painful in
juries, of which a broken rib is the
5fOne new five-drawer Singer sew
ing machine for $15.
H. B. Stephens,
It Bethell block.
The Cumberland Presbyterian
congregation at Spring Hill has
secured the services of Kev. Mr.
Fuller, of Texas, now a student in
the theological department of the
college at Lebanon.
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.
Joe E. Akin, of Hampshire, Super
intendent of the County Work
House, was given a leave of ab
sence, in order that he might join
the company of volunteers. He
left Tuesday morning with his com
pany for Nashville.
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
Erie Taylor, of Culleoka, came
home from Nashville last Saturday
night to bid good-bye to home and
loved ones, before ' he leave? for
Chickamauga to prepare to aid In
preserving his country's honor. He
belongs to Co. F., First Tenu. .Regi
ment. W. T. Wilkes and W.' II. B. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
the 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
$25 in un organ. Tuning and re
pairing a t-pecialty. tf
The Bigbyville Library Associa
tion, which was organized only a
few weeks since, now have about
three hundred volumes of the
choicest literature. New names are
being added daily to the already
large membership, and several val
uable volumes have recently been
presented to the library. Prof. Cal
vert, the librarian, can always be
found at hit post on Friday after
noon. To Candidates.
Now is the time to get your sup
ply of election cards. Have them
printed at the Hekald's Job De
Kiitrlainiiiont at th Ketlicll.
The Bethell House last Wednes
day was the scene of a most enjoy
able entertainment given by Mrs.
Webb Ridley and Mrs. J. M. Ded
irian. The corridors of the hotel
were decorated in fl igs and Diluting
hearing the colors of the United
States and the Southern Confed
eracy, ami Lie ferns nana irom
Nashville furnished sweet music.
From 4 to 6 in the afternoon the
tnaTied ladies were entertained, b-j-ing
received in the parlors by Mes
dames Kidley and Hodman, assisted
by Mesdames It. L. McKinnev, E
H. Hatcher, A. S. James, W. P.
Morgan, E. 8. Fowler, T. N. Jones.
L. B. Hughes and H. I Arnold, and
Miss Embry. Punch was r-erved iu
the rear parlor by Miss lia .1 mm.
During the afternoon a delightful
menu was placed before the guests,
being served by Misses Mina Mc
Lemore, Virginia Webster, Louise
Frierson, Marv Uant, Sadie Sheegog
and Minnie Bratton. The dining
room was beautifully decorated,
pink and white predominating.
In the evening the younger people
were received, and the German was
danced in the large dining room,
which was prettily lighted and
decorated. The dance was led by
Mr. and Mrs. Dedman, and more
than forty couples participated.
Mrs. H. I. Arnold and Miss Mary
Ridley presided at the punch bowls,
and during the evening elegant re
freshments were served.
Altogether the occasion was one of
great enjoyment, and will not soon
be forgotten by those who attended.
Those present from a distance
were, Messrs. P. H. Hicks, Louis
Leftwich, Jos. G. Erwin, or Nash
ville, and W. L Smith, of Birming
ham. Dr. Steele's Lecture.
To night, at Howard Institute, Mt.
Pleasant, Dr. S. A. Steele will
deliver his famous lecture on
"Home Life in Dixie During the
War." This lecture is a vivid por
trayal of the social side of life in
Dixie during the momentous period
of the Civil war, aud is highly en
tertaining and instructive. The lec
ture will begin at 8 p. m. Admis
sion 25 cents.
The spring term of Bigbyville
Academy will close Friday, Mty fi
In the morning at 8 p. in W. S.
Fleming, Esq.. of Columbia, will de
liver a lecture at the Academy.
The public is invited. On Saturday
evening following at the same hour,'
the Literary Society will give a
public debate. The speakers huve
not vol heen ehosen.
A musical recital will he given at
the Institute this evening at 8
o'clock, by Miss Anna Diuiel, as
sisted by Misses French and Ayde
lotte. All are cordially invited to
The Chrysanthemum Club iscalled
to meet Saturday, M ay 7, at 4 p. in.,
in ttie Bethell House parlors.
Sons of Confederate Veterans.
A meeting of the Sons of Confed
erate eterans is hereby called for
Tuesday, May 3. at the Circuit
Court room at 8:30 o'clock. A full
meeting is desired. Important busi
ness to be transacted, aud delegates
to Atlanta encampment will be
elected. W. B. Wootkx.
Sec'y & Treas.
X 7E have the larg-
v est and cheapest
New patterns co 1 ing in eve
Wall paper Sa, 4c, 4c and oc b-dt.
Wallpaper, better grades, Cc, 7c,
8c. 10c, 12c to 14o boh.
Ingrain wall paper 9c bolt.
We havp a line of samples of very
fine wall paper ranging from 20u to
$1 00 bolt. We can deliver them in
a few days after ordering.
Felt window shades, complete on
spring rollers, 10c.
Seven feet, cloth window shades,
Seven feet cloth window shades,
plain, fringed and decorated, 40c, 44c
and 49c each, complete.
Extra sized shades, 9 feet long, 42
inches wide, 90c each.
Orders for special sized shades
filled on short notice.
Curtaiu poles, all colors, 20c com
plete. Household ammonia, 8c bottle.
Fiber water buckets, 25.
Laundry soap, 12 bars for 25o.
Two largo boxes blueinsr for 5c.
Globe matches 8c dozen boxes.
Clothes pins. 60 for 5c.
Wash boards, 10c, 14c and 19c each.
Cotton mops, 15c to 24c each.
Feather dusters, 5c, 10c, 15u to 24c
Large sized wool dusters, 20c each.
White-wash brushes, 5c. 10c, 15c,
24c to 49c each.
Full line paintand varnish brushes.
Horn brushes, 8c, 14c, 24c, 39c to
Steel enameled tea and coffee pots
24c, 35c to 49c.
Steel enameled wash pans.
Handled earthenware stew pans,
10c, 15c and 20c.
Earthenware baking pans, 8c, 10c,
and 14c each.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Alexander & Vaughn shipped a
load of cattle to Louisville.
Claude Godwin shipped a mixed
car of hogs and sheep from Godwin
last Saturday. J. G. Thomas & Co.
also shipped a mixed car of hogs
Hal Parker, 2:111,
wilt make the season of 1898 at
South Side Park, Columbia, at $15
by the insurance. Only four of his
get were trained last year. Three of
them paced miles better than 2:25,
and two better than 2:20. Addie
Parker, a three year old, paced a 3d
mile in 2:13. and was sold for $800
Alice Hal, 2-year-old race record
2:29'. paced a mile in 2:1914, and a
ii in 30 seconds, and was sold for
750. C. R. Alexander,
apl22 6t Columbia, Tenn.
May It M ill lie Tennessee Day on th
On May 12, 18SI8, the monuments
and regimental markers erected by
the State of Tennessee In honor of
the Tennessee soldiers who partici
pated iu the battle of Chickamauga,
will be formally dedicated and
turned over to the United States.
The exercises will begin promptly at
10 o'clock a. in., at the infantry mon
ument, on the top of Snodgrass
Ilidge. where the Confederate ad
vance bivouacked on the night of
September 20, 18G3.
The programme will be as follows:
Prayer. Rev. Dr. J. W. Haehman.
Address. (iov. .las. I). Porter, turning
over to the United States the four
monuments and forty-seven regiment
al markers. .
Address. Oen. Alex P. Stewart, a mem
berofthe Chickamauga Park Com
mission, receiving tiie monuments
Address.-(iMii. O. P. Thruston, the Fed
eral soldiers from Tennessee in the
Closing Address. ('Sen. H. V. Boyntoo.
unairniHii oi ma national I hicka
mauga Park Commission.
The balance of the day will he
spent in going over the battlefield
At night there will h rtn inform !
meeting at the Auditorium, in Chat
tanooga, at which there will he
number of short, imnromotn
dreses, and the recit-t'ion of n poem
on the part the Tennessee ,,lili..ij
took in the battle of Cuickuui luga
by John Trotwood Moure. '
All railroads iu Tennessee will sell
round-trip tickets ;tt one fare
Tickets sold on May t!i and 12th,
good leaving Chattanooga on M iv
12' h and i:Uh. 3
It is sincerely hoped tint every
Tennesse in who participated iu tlie
battle of Chickamauga will be nres-
mi uu i-iii. ineir WIVes, cons
and daughters are also cordially
invited. It will be a day that will
not only be spent enjoyably, but it
will also be historical and instruct
ive. By order of Executive Com
mittre TrnnrHHre Chivkamaiun l'(,rk
tm tit 'Kwn,
Chas V Andekhox, Chairman.
Jno. P. Hickman, Secretary.
0. P. RUTLEOGE,
Office: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Specialtiks: ;Fire, Tornado, Plate
Glass, Employers Liability aud Steam
Boiler Insurance. JanlS
Dr. Jos. T. Pileadors,
Harden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72, aprllS
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTOKXK Y AT LAW
SOLICITOR IX CHANCERY.
Prompt attention given to all collec
tions. fr-(ffiee with J. H. Fussell'
Whitthorue Block, Columbia, Tenn.
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
Ofllce: Front rooms In Masonic Temple,
over KIkwts McLeinore's s'ore.
N. B. I have moved from the Whitthorue
block ; remember to call at my now quar
ters. Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer ln .
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine wateh and Jewelry
repairing a specially,
terhffll Block, : COLUMHIA, TENN
By virtue of a writ of venditioni expo
nas, Issued to me from the Honorable
Circuit Court, of Maury County, Tenn.,
on the 2iith day of March, I.H!IS, in tho
case of J. W. Wolfe vs. lireen K. Ander
son, I will, on
Saturday, May 7, 1808,
at the court-house door in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within lejtal hours,
sell to th hitrhest and best bidder, for
csh, the following described real es
tate, situated in the Xinth civil district
of Maury County, and hounded as fol
lows: North by vacant lot of J. J. Webb;
East by street"; South by lot of Edmond
Johnson; west by vacant lot of said
Webb, containing' about of an acre,
more or less. Said property was levied
on and will be sold as the property of
the defendant, (ireen F. Auderson, to
satisfy the ti fa and cost.
This April 15, 1MIM.
NEW YORK WORLD
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The Thrice-a-Week Edition of The
New York World is tirst among all
"weekly" papers in size, frequency of
publication, and the freshness, accuracy
and variety of its contents. It has all
the merits of a great .fit daily at the
price of a dollar weekly. Its' political
news is prompt, complete, accurate and
impartial as all its readers will testify.
It is against the monopolies and for the
It prints the news of all the world,
having special correspondence from all
important news points on the ('"''e. It
has brilliant illustrations, stories by
great authors, a capital humor page,
complete markets, departments for the
household and wonvn's work and other
special departments of unusual inter-
We offer THE WORLD and THE
COLUMBIA IIKRALI) together one
year for $'.50, CASH IN ADVANCE, tf
Ci.k.hk and Mastku's Office,
Columbia, Tenn., April 15. lN'W.
The Columbia Creamer v Com nan v. C.nm
plainant, vs. The Chicago Building
and Manufacturing Company, Defen
dant. It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendant, The
Chicago Building and v Biiufacturing
Company is a non-resident of the State
It is therefore ordered that it enter its
appearance herein, on or before the tirst
Monday in June, next, 1WIS, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill,
tiled April nth, lsits, in the Chancery
Court at Columbia, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to it, and set for
hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
""""""i uu piiousnea mr lour consecu-
m o eeK in tne Columbia Herald.
a copy attkst:
A. N. AKIN rart A- M..,r
E. II. Matcher, Sol'r for Complainant."
Okkick ok County Couur Ci.kkk,
Columbia, Tenn., April 15, IhuS. j
In the County Court of Maury County,
at Columbia, Tennessee.
Nannie Moore, et. al., Complainant, vs.
Lizzie lrousdale, et al.. Defendant.
It appearing from allilavit filed in
thisea -se that Mary Lizzie Trousdale,
and William Trousdale are uou resi
dents of the St t of Tennessee.
It is therefore ordered tliHt theyenter
their appearance on or before tlie tirst
Monday in June next, 1S!W, an, I plead,
answer or demur to Complainant's r.ill.
hied against them by Nannie Moore, et,
al , in the Countv Court of Maurv Coun
ty at Columbia, or the sane will beta
ken for confessed as to tin-in and set for
hearingex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consec
utive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A C p.y Attest ;
I 1.' w i r ,.' v ,
ler Kd P. Wilson, B.C. prill.-4t
ST. GERMAIN FEMALE PILLS.
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