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THE COLUMBIA IIEUAL1); FHIAY, SEPTEMBER 'J, 1898. 7
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Dewey Americanizing the Philippines.
Wherever Battle Ax gees it pacifies and satisfies
everybody and there are more men chswing.
to-day than any other chewing tobacco ever made.
The popularity of Battle Ax is both national
and international. You tind it in Europe : you
find it in Maine: you find it in India, and you'll
find it in Spain (very soon).
Our soldiers and sailors have already taken it to
Cuba and the Philippines ! Are you chewing it ?
Remember the name
when you buy again.
. Machinery repairinc of all kind done
ces. Kngine. Thresher mid Saw Mill work h specialty. Also dealers in Iron
Piping, steam and Ua Fittings, Inspirators, Injectors and Brass Goods of all
kinds. Pickering or Sensitive governors
We nr Agents for the Champion
Thin wa-on is a curiosity in the way of improvement on a farm wagon. It
will ay all parties wanting the heft wagon on the market to examine theCham
pioii tie'fore purchasing We would lie glad to see parties wanting anything in
our line at our machine shop in front ot
(Continued from Third Page.)
Entkrprisr, Aug. 28. The meeting
condu' ted at this place last week by
Uevs. Powers mid Strant, closed Friday
night with quite a number of conver
sions and several additions to the
church. The Holy Spirit manifested
itself in each service In such a manner
that the wee tin if will long be remem
bered bv those who attended.
Miss Willie Wright waa visiting In
our neighborhood last week, and
attended the meeting.
Mr. H. II. Douglass and .Mr. Ham are
recovering from light attacks of sick
ness. Mr. John Nelson has gone to Mt.
Pleasant, where he has accepted a
position at Brnwnlnw it Sons, as clerk.
"e iegret to gWe htm up.'1 ' '
Mr. Duke and family visited relatives
at this place last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Logne visited Mr.
Logne, on lrv (.'reek, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. King visited Mr. Lind
sev and family since my last.
Mrs. lUmetl and son Herbert, of Mt.
Pleasant, were the guests of Mrs. Har
nett at this place last week.
Miss Tessie Sneed. of Dry creek, was
tv,. nstot Mrs. Daniels and family
Mias v'obble Nelson has charge of the
scliiMl at Spencer's Urove. We wish
for her much success.
Mr. John Collier and Miss Ida Thom
as drove up from Summertown last Frl
ly night, and were married after
church services. The ceremony was
said by Rev. W. F. Powers.
Many friends gathered at the home ot
Aunt 1'tose Hilliam, colored, last Sunday
morning; to see- Esj,.l,,Oe ,Nlsnii lper
form his first ceremony. Uncle Nelson
Alexander, of Sandy Hook, and Aunt
Itose Hilliam were united in the holt
bonds of matrimony. We wish this old
couple much happiness. Tip-Top
will sow to perfection, wheat, corn,
oats, beans and ant thing els tha
ny other drill will sow. If ih
want an up-to-date Drill buy
tf Kattkkkikld & DousoN.
Binuvvil.l.K. Aug. .11 Messrs. Sam
at ml Jake Moore, of Diana, (Jiles county,
came over last wee and visited at the
varsonage a dav or so. They were ac
companied home by their sister, Mrs
Powers, who will remain about two
Mrs,Jatne lUirehett and' children, of
.Springfield,-are visiting at Mr Sam
Dr. A. T. Bo'-d has moved ' Lvnn
ville to remuiii in the future with his
brother Mr. John Boyd, of that place.
Dr. Bovd enj ved for a long while a
large and lucrative practi e in this
community, but many years ao, of hi
own accord, abandoned his profession
and sought the quietndeof his farm. He
u..Ki'.rtiit hnwever to the Interest
f his people, always n-i"(-"'"" -
JluZi i,n ttTward served
tiuor i-Biiru. ----- -
I, is "count v ill the Mate Senate, and in
manv other wavs lhat made him
valuable and useful citixen. Our entire
communitv lenret to have him leave,
and w ish for him pleasant surround
iih In his new home.
Miss Bessie Scott has returned to her
home at Columbia,' after'n pleasant
promptly and cooH, at reasonable nri
furnished on short notiid.
Passenger Depot, Columbia, Tenn.
visit to frieDds in the Hopewell vicinity
Messrs. J no. A. Thomas and J. S
Wright are recreating at Primm's.
('has. A. Wright reached home from
Primms the first of last week, hut found
it necessary to return to Williamsnort
on Sunday to look after the interest of
his "Banks" near there.
Miss Brownie Howlett, who has been
quite sick with tvnhoid fever, is rapidly
improving, and Capt. Howlett and Miss
Lizzie have returned to rxasnvitie.
Mesdames Richard Ttr'y and Ben
Sherrill, of Jefferson, Texas. are visiting
at S. P. Perry's. KKpoktkr
Lirgest and best assorted stock in
the city. Hee
2t Satterfikld ADODSON.
Rock Side. Aug.. 31. After a few
weeks' absence, we come again with
what few items we have gathered for
our newsv paper.
The meeting at ML Olivet has closed
with only a few conversions, alth .ugli
we hart some goou preacning. rsro,
I'ssery wilt till his regular appointment
at th s place next sunaay anernoon.
Miss Lucy Owen has returned home
after a week's visit to her sister, Mrs
lotta Younger, of Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Coach, of the Santa
Fe neighborhood, visited the family of
W.T. Owen and attended the meeting
at. ML Olivet.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Daimwood and
two little children, of dodwin, visited
Mr. Dai m wood's parent-1, Mr. and Mrs
Sam Daimwood, and attended the m et
Mr. Clifton Owen has returned home
after a eeks visit to friends and rela
lives at Santa Fe.
We remain as ever,
OllASTA AN1 OPICM.
of '.Higgles go south. We get our
share of them and otter them at re,
uiarkablv low prices. See
tf rtATTKKKI KIjU A DOPSON
I'NCALLKII rOlt IKrTKKS.
The following U the list of lettprs for
the week ending September 2, 1!S.
Alexander, Miss L Hill, Annie
His' , all
Blair, Mrs Alice
Brown, Miss .1
Daiigertield. Mrs A
I lod Mn. Maliuda
I )or lis Miss in in a
Drands, J B
Ksies, John (col )
Kwiug. W N
Heinniing, .Mrs F
Kim bone, Annie
l.eatherman, M r
Hojjerts, John M
Smith, Mrs Millie
Webster, Marv Ann
Upchnrch, Mrs M
Parties calling for the above
w ill please say advertised.
H. F. Fakiss, P,
The Incomes of Miinnrchs.
Ti:e income of the emperor ot
n , .. ,i-v is
Uussia ir mi u.
th-u f the Sultan of Turkey, $18 000;
Emptor of Austria . v; r.mpe
ror nf 1 nnaiiv, $Som: King of
DnK . "; Queen of Kuglaiid. $B.
500 anil tne Kingof B lgium$ti.500
The Prid'teiit 'f "e LT,"i'Pd States
receives about $130 per day -
I llE LARUEST OX RECORD.
American Tobacco Company's Adver
tising Goes to Newspapers.
II. Haulenbnrk A(1vi' tUlnic Agency
Put This rultllcatlmi In the
The American Tobacco Co. believes in
1 he American Tobacco Co. believes in
The American Tobacco o. is a vast
commercial concern, and its recent ap
propriation of Ii.VI.imhi, to be spent in
newspapers in the advertising of one of
its brands ' Battle Ax" Plug Tobacco
s worthy of more than passing com
To expend this amountof money judi
ciously is a problem. This will be obvi
ous to any advertiser. Its solution is
inererore instructive to ev' ry mercnsni
and producer who has need of publicity
tur ins business welfare.
This, then, was the determination
finally readied. The detail necessary to
the handling of this volume of b isiiiess
demanded the experience and equip
ment of an Ad vertising Agency of the
The G. If. Haulenbeek Advertising
Agency of New York City was there
fore sh ected, and estimates were pre
pared to cover the entire country for
such mediums as were thought to be
desirable to biiug quick and sure re
In this connection it Is cer aiuly par
donable for the Hfrat.T) to call atten
tion to the fac that the Hkkald whs
included in the list.
There Is a point to he made lust here,
and it is lhat If the"foreign" advertiser,
havlns practically unlimited means and
exercising a judgement born of years of
experience, decides upon a given med
ium, it is because of the excellence of
that particular medium, tor tne new
that it covers.
Local advertisers will do well to re
flect on this point, itis peiguant with
ineanu g to every one oi inein.
The mode of presentation was tne
question to be settled after Ihe meansof
presentation had been decided, anu
here again the smaller merchant w ill
find a "tip."
There was no nibbling at i tie proposi
tion With broad-guage business views,
backed with splendid business courage,
the first "copy"' called for an entire page.
This served to rivet attention, and the
contract then requires that the lesson
shall be driven home every weeK ny
convincing arguments occupying six
teen inches of space, splendidly illus
trated and displayed.
In conception and execution tnis busi
ness is unique.
The American Tobacco Co. ha taken
thr dull season, which was made duller
bv the timid who feared the war as a
factor in business, and it has given a
colossal order as an indication that, if
times arediill.the thing todo is to make
them brighter, ami the right way to
make them brighter U through Judicious
Nev paper ad vrtising is the best way
to uiaKe goi d tun s if .you hivo any
thing really good to otTe'i , and the way
to use newspaper adeitising is with
lfiiernus snace and proper display.
It was P. T. Barnum who said: "If
von onlv have $10 capital to begin vour
business, and want to make money, tie
sure to spend fi in advertising in the
A feature of this stupendous "ordei"
has been the perfection of its manipula
tion, dm to the arrangements made by
the O. 11. Haulenbeek Agency.
Personals Cullel Fron Kcj inrM.
Miss Laura Taylor, who has been
the charming guest of Mrs. T. M
Leneave for several weeks, returned
to her hiitne at Columbia Imt l hut's
day, much to the regret or her many
friends here. Franklin Review-Ap
MIs88 Porter Akin and Susie
Ogilvie, of Columbia, are visiting
W. W. Ogilvie. an I family on th
Cornersville road this weak. Lewis
Miss (Jeorgie Moore is visiting
relatives in Columbia. Nashville
On Monday, August 22, an eleven
year old hoy giving his name as
(Jus Pogue was picked up 011 the
streets by the police. The child
said he had been living with his
step father, Lewis Bryant, at Sum
mertown, for about a year, and a
few weeks ago he went to Lincoln
county. . to .visit . his . uncle. Wren
he returned to Snminertown he was
told that his family had moved to
Columbia, and then he came to this
place in search for them. The police
found evidence to show that the
family had passed through Colum
bia and gone on to Nashville, bu'
nothing ehe c u'd he learned f
them. Die ctnid is still being held
by the city authorities, and will be
sent to J udge Ferris at Nashville.
The leading issue of the campaign
of 1900 will be the financial question.
There is no power 011 earth that
can change It. Get ready for the
great battle. McMinnville New Era.
.Before beginning hostilities-at Mt
nila Dewey cot the Cable After be
ing notified that the war had ended
lie recovered the cable. Comment
unnecessary .-Cincinnati Times-Star.
Only 2 per cent, of Fitzhugh Lee's
men aro 011 the sick list. Fitz knows
how to take care of soldiers and Is
not too lazy to do it, despite his 200
pounds. Memphis Scimitar.
Non-English. Speaking Americans,
There are more than a million
Americans who cannot speak the
English tongue. Tak'ug the coun
try by sections, the largest propor
tion of these is found in the far
West, and by far the smallest in the
South. The proportion in the S lUtti
eru states is wonderfully small, and.
leaving, ut Florida, Texas and Lou
isi ma. no state in the s mth li is
over 1 per cent, nf population which
can speak no English. The percen
t"ges for five natural divisions of ,he
Union are, as follows: The North
Atlantic states 4.08 pr cent; th
South Atlantic states, 0 4"i per cent ;
the North Central states. 4 83 per
cent; the. South Central states. 2 18
per cent, and the far west 9 23 per
Put Poison In Ills Pie.
Detectives in Nashville have un
earthed a poisoning case in which
I, i?T,ie Matthews and Callie Mitch
ell put "rough on rats" in a pie an I
gave it to Frank Matthews, who
died from the effects. Each woman
accuses tl.e other of giving the man
THE FINE UOU.
White Dulm wihhI'ii Grocery DeMro- - I
el Otlmi lllaze.
Monday morninjr shortly after
midnight fire was discovered in the
grocery store of White & Daimwood,
on North Main street. The alarm
was sounded, but, before the Are
company reached the scene, the
building was enveloped in flames
and burned rapidly. The firemen,
however, succeeded In saving a por
tion of the building, but the stock
was a total loss. Tne stock and fix
tures were valued at about $1,4"0,
and were insured for $1,000 in the
Hanover ;omnany, New York, with
T. E Gordon. The building was
owned by Judge K. K. Erwin, and
was insured for $250 with 0. P. JRut
led'je, A-retit. Tne fire started in
the rear part of the building, but the
manlier of its origin is unknown.
The friends uud patrons of Messrs.
White & Dai m wood regret the mis
fortuiiH that has befallen them, but,
as soon as arrangements can be
made, these energetic grocers will
be back in business at the old stand
and ready to serve the public again.
Another Hunt Kitrnril,
The barn belonging to Tom Harris,
near Williamsport, was destroyed
by Are last Sunday night. About
3")0 bushels of wheat, home proven
der and funni::' implements were
r.!so ponPtimen, the total loos
amounting to aoout $1000. Insur
ance to the amount of $7o0 was ca--ried
on 'he property, in companies
represented by Embry & Klain.
Cevera (Joes Free.
Admiral Cervera and the other
Spanish naval officers at An
napolis have been inrormed mat
they are no longer prisoners of the
United States. The prisoners at
Portsmouth, captured from Cervera's
fleet, are also released. The men
are to be returned to ' Spain at the
expense of the Spanish Government.
A pomp.my lias been formed in
Nashville to establish the biggest
stiii ft factory on earth in that city.
The penitentiary commissioners
have paid $10,046 into thestate treas
ury, being income from the Brushy
Mountain and nmun mines.
At a chancery sale in Wayne coun
ty several days ago, 13,000 acres of
land, situated 111 Wayne and Lau
rence counties, were sold for $10,000.
The land, it is said, was valued ut
Of the 1.013 men who went to San
tiago in the ranks of the Seventy
first New York, les th in 300 were
able to return to New York city
Monday from Camp WikoiT.
A man nanipd Brooks was called
to the door nf his home, mi the Hills
horo pike, near Nashville, last Fri
day night, and shot down by un
known parties. He died shortly
Adam Braxton and Callie Mc
Cullough. two highly respected
young men of Wartrace, Tenn.,
went squirrel hunting last Saturday.
After some time had been spent in
unsuccessful hunting, young Brax
ton slipped away from his mend
and hid behind a log. Peeping over
the top he barked like a squirrel,
an art in which he was an adept.
The imitation was so perfect his
friend, attracted by the noise, turned
toward the log and saw what he siin
posed to be a squirrel, but in reality
his friend's head. Taking a careful
aim he fired, the load going true to
its mark Btid nearly blowing off
young Braxton's head.
W. W. Owen, formerly a resident
of Sharon, Tenn., was run over and
killed hv a switch engine at Hills
boro, Tenn.. last Saturday,
was editor of the Territorial
published at Marlow, Indian
George Fambough and Josh Wash
ington, two negro convicts of David
son county, attempted to escape
from the brickyard at the peniten
tiary Wednesday afternoon, and a
guard named J. D. Farrell shot and
killed Fambough. Washington es
" Heroes of the War.
According to the New York Times
the following is a list of the heroes
of the war:
Rear Admiral George D wey.
(Jen, Joseph Wheeler.
Lieut. Richmond Pearson Hobson.
Col. Theodore K iosevelt.
Rear Admiral Winfleld 8. Schley.
Capt. R ibley D Evans.
Capt. Charles Edgar Clark.
Lieutenant Commander Richard
Commodore John W. Phillip.
Ensign Worth Bagley.
Lieut Victor Blue.
Cadet Joseph W. Powell.
Seven of those names are from th"
South and five from the North, but
in our judgment the name of the
commander of th Hudson, who
rescued the bittered Winslow.
should be added to the list, for the
courage he displayed was of a high
er order than that of Bagiey. Mem
phis Commercial Appeal.
Moner Stolen From Soldiers.
There are complaints to post-nfllc.e
officials that money sent to sick sol
dters it Chick imauga has failed to
reach them. It is believed that a
conspiracy exists among certain of
ficers and employes to r ib th- mm
in hospitals, and one cue atT-tctiug
members of a Nw Y rk rerinifut
will be laid before tha War Depart
Til K IIK.VVKNI.Y M KKTING.
Tell, oh! tell me, Hook of Visions, bright
with promise, sweet with prayer,
Shall 1 know the snitel faces that are
waiting over there?
Shall I tind my children children? Will
my gentle mother lay
Her dear hand upon my forehead in the
old, earlh-lovini? way?
Father, keep them ms I loved them ! r,
if changed to other guise,
May the Heavenly transformation
dawn but slowly on mine eyes.
It mo take them to my bsm, once,
upon that shining shore.
As I saw them when we parted, in the
lovellt davs of yore.
James Kuckham, in Ladies' Home
Xir. TAYL'IK ILL
lie U Home llettrr, Hut IxJVrta Very Sick
Johnson Citv, Aug. 31. Gov.
Taylor is better to-day. Yesterday
he was very sick. Dr. Miller pro
tested against his recent trip to
Nashville as dangerous to his health.
Visitors are not permitted to see tne
a Crocodile EuN a Policeman.
A crocodile has been captured
the Dedap river, Lower Perak,
whose stomach was found a human ,
leg (probably that of a Milayi, be-
sides portions of three human skulls,
flshing-hooks, lines and pieces of
white drill aud khaki - clottiV 'This
crocodile is credited with killing
three Malays, one being the Rota
S'tia policeman, who was taken out
of a boat when going his rounds last
Willows. 111 India.
There are in India alone three
million high caste widows uudr
fifteen years old. In that country if
a girl is not tn.irried at ten or twelve
years of age her parents are looked
down upon. They are, couseiitiHiit
ly, given away in marriage us early
as possible to men of any age.
the death of the husband the widow
cannot marry again and shp gets lit
tie support from her own relatives.
Her fu ure life is one of miser and
THE WESTERN WIND.
Yet on my check I fwl the western wind
And hear it lulling lo the orchard treos
Anil to the faint and flower forsakun hoes
lulus of fair miuduws, friin with constant
And liiountniiis rising blue and cool behind.
Where in moist della the purple orchis gleams.
And starred with white tha virgin's bower U
Bo the o'erwearied pilgrim, Ri he fare
Along life'i summer waste, at times U funned.
Even ut noontide, bj the cool, swoet airs
Of a Borcner and a holler land,
Fresh as the morn and as the dowfall bland.
Lreath of the blessed heaven for which wt praj,
Blow from the eternal hills make glad
Our earthly way I
-John a. Whittler.
A TOUGH GOOSE.
Crael Joke riayed I'pon tha Old Negro
. by a TaxlilvrniUt.
Every day for the past hnlf decatla an
old gniy haired negro hus passed through
the grounds of the N'ntlonul museum on
the wuy to the northwest, where he makes
a living by doing ensy tusks for his eld
mistress. The workshop of the tiixldcr
mists hits ever luun plm-e of grcut Inter
est to the old man, it ml he never passes
their doer without a .l:ccry morning greet
ing or u vldt ol uiici.. la.11 duration,
'J'lio si'lcinlsis, too,' tin vd grown fond of
their dusky lrii iul, and Mose Is the first
0111) lor whom they inquire when returning
from the long journeys nnd the lust person
for w hom u good tuitu red message is left
as 1 hey leave.
Li.t 1 he rcit'iitists cannot resist nn occa
sion 1 juke nt t ho expense of the old man.
Ji.i.sc happened Into their workshop the
d;:y 1 1 .lie Christmas, just after olio of the
Helen. iMs had Imcn skinnlnu a large buld
eale. As the olJ negro wandered aimless
ly about the room, ulrliiK his unfailing
wealth of lnterro:atleH, one of the taxi
dermists called to him.
"More, would yon like to have a nice
gocse for your Christmas dlnneri"'
"Ducdy I would, l'zc 'bilged to you a
t'ousnnd times if you gibs toe da goose,"
exclaimed Muse enthutsinsrlually.
When ho left the shop the lifoloss body
of tho eagle protruded conspicuously from
the newspaper bundle under his arm, tho
old man still expressing his gratitude vol
ubly as long as bo rcmuincd in sight.
Monday Moso again wandered into the
shop. "How did yon like that goose,
Mose?" asked the chief.
"Dat goose," said Mose ruefully, "was
just do toughes' goose ehcr I see. Golly,
he must hub been de fader t'nll do ganders.
1 hikd dat guopo, and I parhiled Mm, den
I hiled 'lm 'gen, but sliu's you hohn dat
nr wuz do chewincs' bohrd 1110 an do old
wooiiiun cher seed."
"Oh, you didn't cook It right," said the
chief, with a smile nt the others. "Come
in tomorrow, and we will give you anoth
er." Tho next day, when Mose camo hob
bling in. a largo snowy owl lay on the
bench, with lta skin drawn over Us heed.
"Thero is your goose, Mose, " said th
chief in us nonchalant a manner as possi
nle. Tho old negro looked suspiciously from
the scientists to the bird, scratching his
woolly hc.id modltatlvcly.
"See here, boss," ho 6nld Anally, "ef
'taln't no trouble I'zo like t'tee de feet on
dat goose afore I carries Mm to do ole
wooniun." Washington Star.
The earliest thimbles were made of
leather, but In the seventeenth century
they were of gold and silver, principally
gold, and enriched with rubles and other
Down to the Norman conquest the Brit
ons had "living money" and "dead
money," the former being slavei and cat
tle. tr latter metal.
Clerk xn Mastkr's Office, j
Columbia. Tenn., Spt. 1, 1M!W. i
Second National Hank, use of II. O. Kv
hiik, .lr , ComnlMiiiHtits. vs. Armstrong
and Sowell, executors, t. al , Defend
ants. It appearing from atliilavlts filed ii
this cause that the defendants. A. F
Sowell, executor, A F. Sowell and wife.
targaret F. S .well; tho children ot
V. A. Mnrtiit, deceased, to wit: Harelav
Msrtin. Tom Martin, Matt Martin,
nna Martin. Emma Martin, Arinstead
Martin, Marshall Martin, Margaret
Martin and Kettie Msrtin, and the
children of Barclay Martin, deceased,
to-wit: Itarclsv Martin. Duncan
and wife, Intie (uiucy Duncan and
.lohni'ie Frelaud Martin, are non-residents
of the State of Tennessee.
It is therefore ordered tint they enter
their appearance herein, before or with
in the first three days of the next term
of the Chancery Court, to be held at
Columbia, on the Hist Monday in Octo
ber next, sis. and pleail, answer or rie
murto complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them
nd set for hearing ex parte; and that
a copy of thi order be published for
four consecutive weeks In the Colum
A copy Vttet:
A. X. AKIN, Clerk and Master.
V. J. Towlerand V. S. Fleming, ol'rs
for Compl't. sept2 4t
By virtue of writ of venditioni ex
ponas, issued to me from the Honorable
Circuit Court of Maury County, Tenn.,
on the Mth day of August, lsis, in the
case of Wooten Moore, vs. Porter
Mayes, I will, on
Saturday, Septembers, ls)H,
at the court-house door, in the town ot
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, subject to the equity of redemp
tion, the following described real es
tate; to-wit: The one third undivided
interest of defendant in the following
described property: One house and lot
I'" 'he town of Columhu, Tenn., in the
Second Ward, hounded on the south by
Smith Bros ,on the west by alley, north
ny oornies, east ny Minis, containing
70 feet front and 210 feet deep. SHid
property was levied on and will be sold
as the property of the defendant. Porter
Maves, to satisfy the ti fa and cost.;
This August 11, IS'.is.
augli-H LOVK V KBB, Sheriff.
S. J. Bingham, Administrator, et. al., vs.
Jul) 11 Hliigham, et. al.
In Chancery Court at, Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
made at the April Term, is is (see min
titea at page 513), In above-styled cause.
1 will, on
Suturday, the 1 Ot li Day of Septem
at the court-house door, In Columbia,
Tenn., sell to the highest and best bid
der, the property in said decree des
FiRvr Tract. The Home PUicr, con
sisting of about 210 acres, situated in
the loth civil district of Maury County,
Tent;., bounded north by J. II. Kenne
dy, east by Stephen Vi'orley's estate,
south by said Worley estate and Cath
ey's creek, and west oy Jos.Oritllth and
Sent. This tract will be sold in two
separate parcels. 77ie Mill Tract, con
taining 10 acres as described 111 sur
vey nn Hie in this cause, upon which is
located a grist and saw mill; and the
remainder of said home place, upon
which are the dwelling, ouUioubcu ttud
Skoosd Tract. The William Acoft
rinre, situated in the With civil district
of Maury County, Tenn., containing
about ;150 acres, mine or less, houuued
north by Wiley, east by Scott, south by
Scott and west by Worley.
t in an Tkai'T. J lie J'oijhc Tract, ot
alauit 70 acres, situated 111' the liiih civil
district 1: Maury Count, Tennessee,
hounde north by Peery, east, by Pogue,
south by Scott, and west by Pogue,
Fourth Tract. The Ttttum Tract,
situated in the 1st civil district of
lewls County, Tennessee, containing
about 4-19 aciep, hounded as follows:
(See plat on tile in this cause iu this
Mi. it Tract. The ll'i'ci Tract, situ
Htco in- the 2nd civil a ir-ti 1 l-t ot it amy
County, Tennessee, bounded north hy
Tread way Hitd Love, south nnd west by
the remainder of the Stepiten Nines
tract, containing 5( acres, more or less,
and will be soul subject to the dower es
tate of Mrs. Nancy . Jones.
sixth. One Xh'are in the Beavenlam
Springs Company, lieing h one twent
rirst part of a live hundred acre tract of
land lying In Hickman County, 'i'eu
uei.se. known as the Beaverdam Springs
property, upon which the springs are
located. Said property is held In shares
and undivided, except that each share
holder has his or her own house; the
lemainderot the property being held
by the company. 1'he company has
been'lncorporated, but no certificate of
stock issued therefor.
Tkrmh ok Mai.k. Said lands will be
sold fnruue-fourih casu, (to be paid on
day of sale) and balance 011 a credit of
ix, twelve and eighteen mouths, tuid in
Oarf the equity of redemption. Notes
bearing interest from date of sale with
approved personal security will be re
quired of the purchasers, and liens re
tained to secure payment of the pur
chase money notes.
This August huh. lH'.W.
A.N. AKIN, C.AM.
W. H. Fleming. Solicitor. augl9 4t
B. T. Martin, vs. Amanda Martin, et. aL
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, made at the
April term, WW, see iiagei7li, In the
above-styled cause, 1 will, on
Saturday, the 17th day of Septem
In front of the court-house door, in Co
lumbia, sell to the highest and best hid-
uer the property In said decree des
cribed, lying iu ihe 14th civil district of
Maury County, 1 euiiesi.ee, and begin
ning at a stake in U Whit Kinzer's S.
K. corner; thence N.4o pules to set rock ;
then K. 22 3ti-lOt poles to set stone, near
spring; thin N. 13 degrees W. 10 5 10
poles meandering with spring branch
to set stone; then 2 degrees K. 2 poles to
set stone; then N. IN denrees W. HI poles
to a beech, the SHtne I eing Luke White's
corner; then S. tH4 decrees K. with
White's line K2 poles ana I!) links to a
Inr.e poplar, the corner; tin 11 S. H7-H-HHJ
poieSi 10 the corner, the same being O.
VV. K Inzer's N. K. corner; then with
road dVgrees W. 7.140-100 poles to
beginning, containing :w acres 1 2 poles,
more or less. For further information
see leccd in Register's otllce. Maury
County, Vol. 2, Book X, Page :t!0.
Tkh.ms of Sai.k. Said sale will be
made on a credit o' on and two years,
and in bar of the equity of redemption.
Notes drawing interest Irom day of sale,
with good personal security will !e re
quired of the purchaser, and a lien re
tained on the property sold as further
sicurltv. This August 20. lww.
A.N. AKIN, CAM.
James A. Smiser, Solicitor. aug204t
Amanda Bryant, et. als, vs. W. T. Chea
tham, ei. si...
Iu Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ten
nessee. ' In obedience to a decree of the Chan
ctry Court, at Columbia, made at the
Ap'ril,)erm, lHtH, at paae 4.',iil the above
sty led cause, I will, 011
SattiMaj, the 17th Bay of Septem
In front of the court-house door In Co
lumbia, sell to the highest and best bid
der, the property iu said decree des
cribed, being a tract of laud lying and
being in the tlth civil district of Maury
County, Tennessee, and bounded nortii
by the lands of Mang Mitchell mid
Lucy Holt; east hy Wm. Lawrence;
Souih by an ho acre tract of land n ued
by Amanda Bryant aud Fannie io--t-ham;
west by the lands ot (eorg- V
ler, containing about 111 acres, n.oio or
Tf.hms of Salk. Said sale w 1 e
made for cash, free from the q nty (
redemption. This August 2", 1.
augJiit A. N. AKIN, ..A M.
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