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THE COLUMN I A IIKUALD: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 18.
la now In hiit now quarters, corner
Whitthorne Block, and will be
jileased to show you his fall and
winter good, which are now here.
to order, $15. 00 up.
i!'.iM.ts (o order, 4.00 up.
Skoid your Clothes
1o be cleaned, pressed or repaired
MAURICE, The Tailor,
J) 1UU JU11U1)
I'OI.CM BIA, TEXX.
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
ff.w: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Kfwi a i.ti Ks ; Fi re, Tornado, Platf
Employers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance, jail 15
Tbweatt & Klorton,
.XX Rattle's old (t h tie! , West Seventh
Htivet. A full line of
(Canties, Fruits, Cigarsjobacco.
'Hot coffee and lunch nerved at all
tiiiMH'H. Everything new and fresh.
W. It. Tl'HNW
SALMON & TURNER,
.i7('7!W,y.i at Lair ami
Sal icitur.s in ('lntncrr1.
V.T: librae lice In State and Federal Courts.
!SpOiKi! at lent Ion given to I lie collection of
clAtUMand settlement of estates.
lltif nr Farmers tt Mrrrhanln Hank.
tonr Summer PflAI I
Prices on UUHL!
WocBnT the followliiK well-known brands:
MONAUCrt, CUM It Kit LAM)
hikI .11-: l.l.l (.
!)ffiK: Ottilia' (Hil Sliiwl.
,jul.yi!1 ('ithcr.i' Trlrjihonr Xo. .''.
W. II. DAVIS & CO
James A. S miser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
vjfli9'. Firnt rooms In Masonic Temple.
wit Funiers t .Mcl.cninre s R'ore.
K.Ki I have moved from the WhiUhorne
Jblocfc; remember to call at my new cjuar
iimsti: A roir m ri i:k.
Having this day (u:ililie( as the Admlu
ist rat or .f tlie cMatc of Columbus T. .Mer
.ritt. (IiiwhwI, tills Is to notify all parties In
debted l iiid estate to come forward and
inal; ese.fr; I Miient of same, and all persons
.'nudum claims anainsl sum estate will pre
sent t hum pronerl v an bent icated on or be
for, 4,iei ti stm of l'Vl.i rniy, Isiu, r llie
same will be forever bnrieii.
This the h day of August, Ih'.h.
sepiMt II. V. M kkui IT, Ad'm'r
HOV iK FltKK.
"NolleP'hS herchv given to the public that
,rl liave tlvtsila.v set my son, WAV . Bratcher,
freetu inii.e Ins own contracts; I will no
tloiiKtr be responsible for his debts nor
clumi im.v pai l of his earnings,
sepuut .1. A. Hhatciiek.
ly "Mrufneturm (C l.i free outfit. Pro
teetvd uMiinit, (several esrn : weekly
comIi. B-.attlce, 2l!l 1'uitrl, New York. H
'Vetrte ftutliorled to announce Col. N.X.
Co, of Williamson Coaniy, as a candidate
,for re-e.le.oUon to Congress, subject to the
wlioii of the Democratic patty, attheen
nulug licmocraeic primary election, on
Weire auUiorUed to announce Hon. 7..
'W.'Kwinu, of (iiles County, as a candidate
vfor Cunyrt . sunlect to t he action of the
'Democratic party, at the ensuing Novem
IFatm lo rent, about '"iO
acres, irood for
ilock and unun.
Hive particulars in full.
.1. T. II KNDKIt.
KOK UK NT.
'Thf erven room-brick house between Srh
siulf th si reels, know n as the James Walk
.erplaci). Apply to .1 am ks Buok.
1 N SOI.V KNT NOTK'K
Hwvlnfi qualified iw Administrator of (4.
"W. Kurnueson, deceased, I hereby notify
'ill part ies having claims anainst said es
tale to file tli- m with the County Court
tTerk. July authenl icated, on or before th
l.ith day of December, lH, or the same will
lie forever Hiarred. And all parties indebted
to siJd estate w ill please conic forward and
sepltl 4t W; ii. (ioitnoM, Adni'r.
"1)11 Monday, Ot tober 5, 1S!)S,
"1 will sell to the highest and best bidder, at
.the Court House dour, in Columbia. Tenn.,
.thai uortlon of Ihe llrown land-, coinnienc-
inu at the i olumbia In blue and lying along
the Naishvllle pike, ami al-o alotiir the new
load. Said lands to be sold in blocks of ten
acres and upwards, as per plots.
Tkii ms.-( me third cash, balance on one
and two years, with interest from date of
sale! H lien retained Sales to btf reported
in llie October term of llie Chancery Court
at Columbia. Tenn., ,vi-h of H. A.Brown,
vs. J. H.Colluu, et. nl., lor continuation.
H. A. BROWN,
e phi 31
.iVrsouaN Called From rlvt lmiiift's.
,Mr. id Mrs. John T. Mitchell
-i turned to their home, Colum
bia, Saturday. Williamson County
Mrs. Krwin and daughter. Miss
iffliiwoii. returned to their home in
Columbia. Tenn . lt night, after a
rlea-ant visit to I ' r and Mrs Spear,
-of Highland Put k. Chattanooga
Dltttf CNUBIAP' TEA cures Pypep.
plUlllvl v ftia, Constipation and Indi-
:j66tiin, RfguUiU the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
jsold by A. B. RAINS, Columbia, Tenn.
John Walter Scolt.
Mr. Joint Walter Scott died on
Thursday of last week at the
home of 'Mr. W. G. Walker, near
McCain's, In the 39th year of his
age. Deceased had been suffering
for five weeks from the effects of a
fall which broke his spinal column,
and death came as a sweet relief to
his pain-racked body. He was in
the 39th year of his age, and was a
man who commanded the highest
respect and admiration of everyone.
A wife and two small children, who
survive him, have the deepest sym
pathy of everyone in their affliction.
The funeral services were conducted
at the residence Friday at 12 o'clock
by Uevs. J. M. White, J. H. Peoples
and M. E. (iUbard, and the Inter
ment look place in the Matthews'
Mr. Joseph Kennedy.
Mrs. Joseph Kennedy was found
deiid in her bed yesterday morning
at her home on (School street near
the railroad. Mr. Kennedy, who
is fireman on the Louisville & Nash
ville railroad, left home at mid
night to go out on his run, and Mrs.
Kennedy then appeared In her usual
state of health ; but when the chil
dren awoke in the morning they
were horrified to find their mother
cold in the embrace of death. De
ceased was in the 38th year of her
age, and leaves surviving her a hus
band and four children. Ihe re
mains will be carried to Bummer
(own this morning, where the fun
eral and burial will take place.
Na.lianlel Franklin Murphy.
Nathaniel Franklin Murphy, Ron
of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Murphy, died
at the home of his parents near
Broadview last Saturday morning,
in the 23rd year of his aire. The fun
eral services were held Sunday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock, and the remains
were interred in the family bury-ing-ground.
Deceased was an up
right young man, and was held in
the highest respect by everyone.
The heart-broken parents, who a
few months ago were bereaved of
another son, have the deepest sym
pathy of many friends in their af
fliction. '. Nannie C. Mitchell.
News was received here Wednes
day announcing the death of Mrs.
Nannie C. Mitchell, which occurred
Tuesday at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Bailey Whipple, in (Jleve
land, (). Deceased was the wife of
the late Rev. J. C. Mitchell, who for
a number of years was pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of this
city. Sim uad u large number of
fi lends here who will regret Co he.tr
of her death. Mrs. Mitcnell spent
last winter in this city, visiting Airs.
Alex Waldeii. The retnaius were
carried to Mobile, Ala. h -r old home,
It'.iiU ', ciN.
M. Banks 1 1 . one of the old
land marks of uie county, died last
Sunday morning at his home at
Spring Hill, aged about 80 years.
The funeral services and burial took
place Monday afternoon at Spring
Hill. Deceased was a member of
the County Court for a number of
years, and was well known through
out the county. He leaves surviv
ing him two brothers Mr. John D.
Wells of Nashville, and Mr. M. D.
Wells of this county.
James I. West.
Mr. James I. West died Sunday
night at his home in Bouth Colum
bia, after several weeks' illness, in
the 72nd year of his age. The
funeral services were conducted at
the residence Monday afternoon at
4 o'clock by Rev. W. D. Wendel,
and the burial took place with Ma
sonic honors in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Deceased was well known through
out the county, and for a number
of years was in business in Columbia.
A. V. W.atherly.
Mr. A. W. Weatherly died on
Tuesday of last week at his home
on Cathey's Creek, in Lewis county,
near the Maury County line. The
burial took place the day following
at hjthel church yard. Deceased
had reached a ripe old age, and his
life had been one of much useful
ness. He was the father of Judge
S. tf. Weatherly and Mrs. John
Strayed from my home on Bigby
ville Pike, one mile south of Colum
bia, on Sept. 6th. one dark bay horse,
about 15 hands hlifh, six years old,
black mane and tail, foretoo clipped,
has a small knot on r 1 14 h t hind hock,
and is a good saddle horse. The fin
der will be liberally rewarded by re
turning said horse to me at Ituttle's
stable, Columbia, Ienn.
W. 11. DAVIS.
McDowell school opened Sept. 6
with an enrollment of one hundred
and thirty-three, which number has
since increased to one hundred and
Miss Avdelotte presides at the or
gan each morning, and the singing
has been very good. She has a large
music class here, and also at the In-j-titute,
both positions keeping her
Mr. Allen has not moved to uo
lumbia yet. but comes and goes on
Cap'. Kidd's train.
Twenty tots gather each day
around the chart to recite, and h
fore inanv days they will be pro
moted from chart class to first
Horace Jones, John Jones and Les
lie Sharber, from Andrews, and Ben,
Hetirv, Frank and Nellie Loftin,
who live near Bear Creek, are hum
bered among our pupils.
All desiring to take stenography
can learn terms by applying to the
principal. A class in book-keeping
will be organized next week, the
seventh grade has taken up Latia.
Mrs. Dr. Grant visited the pri
mary department Wednesday. We
gladly welcome all visitors at any
8th Grade Editor
For Sale Cheap.
Second-hand surrey and buggy,
tf S.VTTKRKIELD & D-)t)S-N.
Aye, there's the rub!
Is that what you are after?
ALCORN'S HAIR TONIC.
Why? because it w as form
ulated by an eminent scalp
specialist and treats your
Ifs only joc pet botllel
GEORGE S. ALCORN,
Curd From Hon. W. J. Wlilttlu.riie.
Camp Mkkkiam. )
Septembers, 181)8 )
To the Democrat of the Seventh
ConyrenHionat Dintrict of 7'ennesnee:
When the President issued his
first c ill for troops in the war with
Spain, he properly "gave preference
to the National Guard of the various
states." Being in command of
company in that orga' izatlon, I
felt it my duty to enlist at once and
did so. It gave me infinite distress
to leave my home and friends and
endure riks and hardships which
my four years service as a Confeder
ate soldier caused me to fullv appre
ciate. I hated also to leave the Con-
gresori ii jiwtncN 'is thf cimpnign
for Cooiirops had jiist begun niid I
was anxious to meet mv friends and
make a close canvass in each county
and try to gain the good will of the
people I desire to represent.
The new duties I assumed have
forbidden my doing thw, and have
been so arduous that I have not had
time to write even to my nearest
and dearest friends.
It is hardly necessary to assure
you that my political convictions
are unchanged, that I am still an ar
dent supporter of Democratic doc
trines and that. I am anxious to see
the day come when I can with my
comrades lay aside my uniform, now
that the war is over, and irlve my
hearty support to Bryan and Mc
Milliu and the principles they advo
The primary is to be held on the
24th day of September. By that
time it will be impossible for tin to
return home. I shall therefore be
forced to rely upon my friends to
see that those who favor my nomi
nation attend the primary. I have
never forgotten my friends because
they were absent, and I do not be
lieve now they will fortret me. I
ask them to see that the "Campaign
Liar" does uot misrepresent me. I
have been auvised already that I
am represented as indifferent to this
race ana tnat 1 am enjoying my po
sition here. Of course these state
ments are false. am anxiom to
win, I wish to be in a position
where I can be of use to my friends
and my people. I am frank to say
that it has been my life ambition to
represent the people or this District
in Congress. I have sacrificed this
ambition for yeais, sometimes for
friends, once for an enemy and re
cently for the benefit of the Demo
should you now see proper to be
stow .his honor upon me, I shall do
my duty as God gives me knowledge
to understand and ability to oa r-
fonn it. Respectfully.
W. J. Whitthorxk.
of ouggies go south, we get our
share of them and offer them at re
markably low prices. See
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
Clarptice, the little son of Mr.
Mrs W F. Tucker, has a mud
of diphtheria. His condition
somewhat improved yesterday,
it is hoped that he will soon be
Mr. Sol Maxwell, who has been
sick for several weeks, is able to be
hack at his post at the Maury Dry
Robert, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. h. N ich Is has been quite
sick for the past week, b"t i now
Mr. Geo. Beaver has bpen quite ill
the past week. His friends hope to
see hiin out soon.
Porter Frierson. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Columbus Frierson, of Cross
Bridges, is dangerously ill with
Mr. B. A. Satterfield has been on
the sick list for the past two days.
Mrs. Lizzie Frierson was taken
quite sick Wednesday, but has
nout rec jvered.
Hoosler Wheat Drills.
New Press Drill with Disc openers.
Steel frame Disc Drill mounted on
high wheels. Steel frame Drill
mounted on high wheels with runner
openers. Drills to suit your farm.
Single Disc will not choke up, and
are lighter draft than double. See
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
OYER THE COUNTY
Mr. C. R. Smith, of Loco, was here
The dry weather has considerably
damaged the crops.
A great deal of hog cholera is
prevalent throughout the county.
Seed rye and barley for sale,
It Frierson & Embry.
A large acreage of wheat will be
sown in the Bigbyville vicinity this
Mr. C. J. Divis, of Ashwood, has
returned from a trip to the Omaha
Miss Mattie Hines has returned
from Birmingham, and is teaching
in Roberts Rend.
Mrs. Chas Smith, of Murfreesboro,
and Mrs. Tennie Hughes, of Nash
ville, are visiting relatives at Dirk's
Mr. W. O. Cherry, of the Iron
Bridge neighborhood, sold $70 worth
of poultry to Hickman county par
ties this week.
Rev. G. W. Russell, of the Saw
dust Valley neighborhood, is seri
ously ill, and fears are entertained
by his friends for his recovery,
"Mary Ann," writing from Dry
Creek, utilizes both sides of the p i
per; consequently, her letter cannot
oe used. The Herald hopes she
will write again and use only one
side of the paper.
Mr. Solon E. Wright, of Bigby
ville, is having a new residence
erected near the site of the former
one, which was destroyed several
weeks since by fire.
The farmers in the Bigbyville vi
cinity find it a hard matter to pro
cure laborers, on account of the
large number of hands employed In
the phosphate mines at Mt. Pleas
ant and the consequent drain upon
the adjoining country.
Constable Wiltshire, of the Pith
district, arrested a negro last Mon
day for pistol "toting," and sent hin
to town Tuesday morning on the
Mt. Pleasant hack, to be lodged in
jail. It appears, however, thai the
negro was not fascinated with the
idea of boarding at the county jail,
so when the hack reached to ami he
jumped from the vehicle and made
good h's escape. He is still wanted.
Administrator's Sale of Personalty.
On Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1898,
at the home place of the late S. S.
Porter, in the 19th Civil District of
Maury County, Tennessee, we will
sell pubiicly to the highest and best
bidder, all of the personal property
belonging to S. ri. Porter, deceased,
(exclusive of allotment to the widow
hy commissioners) consisting of
horse?., inu.es, ctutie, hojs, ijriitng
implements, about 450' bushels of
seed millet, some corn, etc., etc.
Terms of Sale. All sums under
ten dollars, ($10.00) cash ; all over
that sum on a credit of 12 months,
notes with approved security requir
ed. The ale will coinmenje at 10
o'clock a. in.
J. H. & C. R. Porter,
Will Thweatt was on the sick
several days this week.
Mrs. Allen Powell is recovering
from her spell of sickness.
Mr. J. H. Thomas was on the sick
list several days this week.
Mr. Sidney Cameron, of Sheffield,
Ala., spent several days with rela
tives here the past week.
Miss Nellie Cassety, of Murfrees
boro, is visiting the family of Mr. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hammonds
and children have returned from a
visit to Alabama.
Mrs. Jesse Ragsdale, we regret to
report, has been on the sick list this
Miss'Hattie Dunnivant has re
turned to her hom" in Giles county
after a visit to Mr. T. B. Gilliam and
The ice-cream supper at the South
Columbia Methodist parsonage last
Wednesday evening was quite a
success, about $20 being realized.
The suppe was given by the mem
bers of Mrs. Wendel's Sunday
school class, and the proceeds will
be used for a charitable cause.
The little child of Mrs. Jordan, of
Arkansas, who is visiting Mr. and
Mr. Neill Brown, had his right arm
badly fractured last Friday evening
hy falling from a fence at the home
of Mr. Brown on South High street.
The little fellow is getting along
nicely now, and it N hoped that the
injured member will soon be healed.
We are sole agents for the follow
ing well-known and popular coals:
St. Bernard, Empire,
The North Jellico, jEtna,
And St. Bernard lump and crushed
Voke. Please send us your orders.
John A. Walker & Co.
Mr. J. D Barrow has made the
following mule sales during the past
week: 4 head to John Frierson, 2
head to J. D Frierson, 4 head to
John Loftin and 12 head to W, J.
John Loftin shipped a load of
mules to Birmingham last Friday.
J. D. Granbery received two lmds
of Bugar feeders this week from
Maxwell Crouch, St. Louis.
Da vis & Jones shipped one load of
cattle to Louisville
THE FINEST IN
have for sale 54 coming two-year-mules;
51 of the number being
For Size, Color and Style, they
are simply unequaled. Call on or
address the undersigned.
HORACE AILLER, Paris, Kt.
will open in a
We are agents for the American
Book Company and ca" furnish all
books at 15 and 20 per cent less than
any house in the county.
We also handle all school supplies
cheaper than ever.
L.pad Pencils, 3c dozen.
Rubber Tip Pencils, 2 for lc.
Rubber Tip Pencils, lc, 2c, 3c.
Flair Slate Pencils, 2fl dozen.
Pen Holders, 4e dozen. I
Pen Holders, lc, 2c. each.
Best School Pntis, 4c dozen.
Plain School Slates, 3c, 4c, 5c each.
Covered School Slates, single, 5c,
Covered School Slates, double, 10c,
Large assortment School Bags at
5c, 10c, 14c, 19c, 24c.
Rook Straps, 6o, 8c, 10c, 14c.
L irger and better for the money
than ever before shown.
Large pencil tablets, lc, 2. 3c, 4c,
and the lagegt on record 5c each.
Ink tablets. 3c. 4c. 5o each.
Composition Books, 3iJ, 4c and 5c
Blank Drawing Books, 5c and 8c
Drawing Cards, all iiuml e 's, 10c.
Good Black Ink. 3o bottlw.
Best School Crayons, 8o box.
School Rulers, lc, 2c, 3c each.
Lunch Baskets and Boxes at 10c,
14c, 19c and up.
Our stock is full
these lines and we
and complete in
will not be un-
SHOUT WEDDED LIFE.
Mm. A. Maxvlll Files Suit for Divorce
Liast triciay Mrs. Mary Maxviii, a
Driae oi less tnan two weeKs, tiled a
bill in the Chancery Court at this
place, praying for absolute divorce
from her husband, Adolph Maxviii.
The bill sets forth that complain'
ant, who was formerly Mrs. Mary
Feldman, was married to defendant
in New York on Sunday, August 28,
1898; that they afterwards came to
Columbia, and lived together until
the morning of Thursday, Sept. 8,
when complainant left the home of
defendant and engaged lodging at
the Bethell Hotel. The bill con
tains a series of charges of cruel
and inhuman truatmant, some of
whioh -are too. revolting for publica
tion. Among the minor charges,
the bill asserts that complainant
brought with her to Columbia sever
al trunks containing a lot of person
al effects and $4.50 in cash, which
she had managed to save from her
earnings while working for eleven
years as a dressmaker in New York :
and she charges that defendant took
these effects and refused to give
them back to her, and tried to make
her think that the money had gotten
lost. It is also charged that upon
one occasion he threatened to kill
her because she would not acquiesce
to his brutal desires. Complainant
states that she would rather suffer
death than return to defendant,
prays for an absolute divorce from
him and aks that her personal ef
fects be restored to her.
Proceedings were instituted to re
cover ber property, and Deputy
Sherirr John Latta succeeded in get
ting everything except the money,
wnicii Maxviii ays he knows noth
ing about. Her wearing apparel
and jewelry were restored to her,
while the Ded clothes, trunks, etc
are being held by the officers t
await disposition by the court. Mrs
Maxviii has returned to her home in
New l ork.
Mr. Maxvill'g tiDwvr,
ir. iviaxviu yesterday nierl an
answer to his wife's bill for divorce
He denies in strong terms the
charges of crueltv made against
him, ana says that his wife had
every comfort and that he conduct
ed himself in a kind and proper way
towards her. H denies that he
threatened her life, and savs he
knew nothing whatever of her hav
ing the $450 of which she speakes in
her bill, and did not. get any such
sum. He says that complainant
after reaching Columbia, wanted
him to return to New York with her
to live, but as he could not leave his
business here he would not consent
to go. She thereupon threatened
to go by herself, nd then he did
tell he- she could not pack her
trunks and that he had a right to
hold them. Thereupon, complain
ant left home of respondent, and, in
order to justify her unreasonable
course, invented and gave circula
tion to the false and malicious
charges contained in the bill.
Mr. Maxviii is represented bv G.
T. Hughes A Son and J. C. Voor
hies, and Mrs. Maxviii by E. H.
Hatcher, FiituerB & Padgett, W. J.
Webstt r and J. C. Dexter.
A Murfreesboro gentleman was
surprised a few mornings ago to find
a small snake coiled in his shoe
when he attempted to put it on.
The University of Tennessee, at
Knoxville, was one hundred years
old last Saturday.
Buggies and Surries.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medium grade
buggies, eurries, and phivtons in
the city. Call and see
tf ATTERFIELD & DoDSOX.
Fore in a n Shanks KeiutMiiheietl.
Mr. J. F. Shanks, foreman in the
manufacturing department of the
Arsenal, was presented with a hand
some water-set by the employes last
Wednesday, in oken of their appre
ciation for his courteous treatment
toward them. Work at the Arsenal
will probably close down in about
MT. PLEASANT, TENN
For Both Sexes.
Fall Term Bep Aupst 30.
English, Classical, Scientific.
and Business Courses, with
for young men and boys.
f reparatory wepartmeiu ror
Special courses in Music, Klocution,
Physical Culture, Law, Short-hand and
Expenses for Hoard ami Tuition, 133
to 175 per year.
Write for catalogue.
Major 0, C, HULVEY, President.
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
Boarding nnd Day School for Girls.
Instruction in Primary, HlKh School and
full College worn . with special advantages
in Music, Art, Elocution. Short-hand and
FttM 7;;VVmr. September 5, 1898.
For catalogues or further lnf rinitlon
HIIKKKT I). SMITH,
FOUNDED IN 1S30.
Mn. F. A. Sllfll'P, Lady Pfinripal.
-Opens September U, 1898.
The Institute is the oldest school
for girls In the South, and has the
best facilities for the thorough edu
cation of its pupils. The faculty is
carefully selected, and includes
graduates from Bryn Mawr, Cornell,
Vanderbilt and the Oberlin Conser
vatory of Music. The attempt is
made to give a practical education,
but at the same time much attention
is given to the arts and sciences.
Write for catalogues and circulars
Mrs. F. A. SHOUP,
June24 4nt COH'MHIA, TKNN.
SEND HOYS AX I) GIRLS
Bostick & Dinning.
"One of our very best schools," as Chan
cellor Klrkland, of the Vanderhilt Univer
sity puts it.
Puplla Knter Vamlerbllt on Oertlflrate.
Healthfulness unsurpassed. Pupils!
board in private families.
Next Session Opens August 30.
Board and Tuition
one year, ljd.
Mt. Pleasant, Maury County, Tenn.
tF'Sen for Catalogue. sept'.t
Cl.VHK AND MASTKIl'S OFFICE,)
Columbia, Tenn., Sept hi, lWlS. (
Mrs. K. Boles, Complainant, vs.
(leorire Ferguson, et. al., Defendant.
It appearing from allidavit tiled in
this cause, that the defendants, Scott
Ferguson and Xeal W. Ferguson are
non-residents of the State of Tennes
ee. It is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance herein, before or with
in the tirst three days of the next term
of the Chancery Court, to be held at Co
lumbia, on the fourth Monday in Octo
ber next, ISSis, which is a ruledayof this
court, nd plead, answer or demur to
complaint's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing ex parte: and that a copy of
this order be published for four consec
utive weeks In the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk A Master.
ByC. J. Akin, D.CA M.
Jas. A. Smiser, Sol'r for Compl'U
HAY LQI HE