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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l 1898.
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in the mouth. Ill
Remember the name k
Machinery repairing of all kinds done
opr. Engine. Thresher Hnd Saw Mill work a specialty. Also dealers in Iron
Piping, Steam and OaJ Fittings, inspirators. Injectors and Brass Goods of all
kinds. Pickering or Sensitive governors
We ar Agents for the Champion
This waon is a curiosity in the way of improvement on a farm wagon. It
will pay all parties wanting the best wagon on the market to examine the Cham
pion before purchasing, we wouio do giaa
our line at our machine shop in trout 01
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MT. NEBO AND SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mt. Nebo, Sept. J3 Services were
conducted at Nebo as usual on last Sun
day morning by Rev. W. H. Beasly.
There was a"Hible Society" organized
at Nebo on last Sunday night. Such a
thing should be very elevating to any
community, and we trust it will meet
with the hearty co-operation of all our
' Hev. U. W. Russell'i
I's condition nas
proven to be quite serious, and very
little hope is entertained for his recov
ery. Mr. Lafayette Chamberlain has been
quite indisposed for several days at his
home at the toll-gate.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Jones, of Water
Valley, were with relatives here Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Eva Gray returned to her home
at Mt. Pleasant a few days ago, after
spending some time with Miss Eva
Johnson anri other friends.
Mr. and Mrs Charley Gray, of Law
veneeburg, are here on a visit to rela
tives and friends.
Seveial from our community attended
the protracted meeting at Foster's
Chanel during its progress there last
Mr. Reams, of East Tennessee, the
mother of our fr'end, Prof. Reams,
arrived Sunday to make her home with
him and his wife at Sawdust Valley.
Miss Florence McKennoii returned to
her home in South Columbia recentlv,
after a month's visit to Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mr. Meii Johnson and sister Miss Eva
went to Mt Pleasant Sunday. Merl re
turned on Monday, but Miss Eva will
spend a while witli Miss Eva Gray
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Davis and airs.
Lizzie McKennoii, of Ashwood, visited
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Estes recent
ly. Mr. Gid Johnson is having some new
rooms added to his residence, which
will add much to the attractiveness of
his home in "Sleepy Hollow."
The old Nebo school-house has been
sold, torn down and moved away.
Many fond memories linger with the
spot where it stood, but many marks of
remembrance on its walls made there
by the hands of childhood for ages pat
have been removed from their places.
The old school-house, built upon a hill,
stood out as a monument that carried
our thoughts back to the time when
'our hearts were young and .knew no
J arwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
ual rtULWBU to GUI . A. ti. ItAlkt-.
Rioiiyvim.e, Sept. 15 On account of
the large force of hands employed at
the phosphate mines at Mt. Pleasant
Hiid the consequent drain from adjoin
ing communities, the farmers of this
section tind it dillicult to obtain sulli
cient help to run their farms. Especial
ly is this deavth of laborers felt by those
who have to cut and shock their corn
before sowing wheat, as an extra force
is usiully required for this purpose. A
large acreage of wheat will be sown
throughout this community, regardless
of the prevailing low price of thatcereal.
4'lover has died in many places from
the effects of the continualdry w eather,
.and pastures are proportionately short.
Mr. S. ii. Wright is having a neat res
promptly and gooH, at reasonable prl
furnished on short notiea.
10 see parueB wanting anytningin
rassenger uepot, loiumoia, M enu,
idence erected near the former one,
which was destroyed by hre several
weeks since. Mr. John W. Goad has
charge of the work.
Rev, W. F. Powers and family are at
Williamsport this week.
Mrs. Sallie I). Perry visited relatives
nere since our last.
Mr. Milton Caron and family, of Rob
ertson county, visited at Mrs. Mary
stones last wees.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Zuccarillo, of Pit
laski, are v isiting Mrs. Zuccarillo's par
ents, Air. and Mrs. J. Ij. Maxwell.
Mrs. susie Waldo and children are at
Mesdames Richard Terry. Ren Sher-
rell and Miss Zula Terry were the
guests of S. P. Terry's family last week
Mrs. L C. Payne has returned to Mt.
Pleasant; hqr visit was greatly enjoyed
by her many friends.
Miss Dora Cooper, accompanied by
Miss Media Wilbtirn, whom she has
been visiting the past week, returned
to her home at Mt. Pleasant to-day.
Cross Bripues, Sept. 1 lie pro
traded meeting at the Methodist
church will begin the fourth Sunday n
this month, conducted by Uev. Mr
The Epworth League will give an en
tertainment at theciiurcn rriuay 1111:111.
Miss Maude Cecil, one of the charm
ing young iadies of the neigborhood
has gone back to Mt. Pleasant to attend
school at the Howard institute.
Miss Nancy Hickey, after a pleasant
visit to relatives in Spring 11 ill, re
turned home this week.
Master Porter Frierson, who has been
quite ill with pneumonia for two weeks,
we are glad to report some better.
M Us Nora Lee Milliken, the assistant
teacher at Hampshire, spent Saturday
and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs Jacob
Miss Laura M. Yeatman, who was the
guest of Miss Fannie VV ebster, returned
to her home 111 iNasiiviiie Saturday.
Misses Lily and Christine Watkins
and Louise ami Jean Dobbins visited
the home of Mr. John C. Sowell last
VI r. Loyd Cecil returned home Satur
dav. after spending several days with
I his daughter. Mrs. II. K. Hrvson, at
Misses Jessie and Willie Harriss and
Martha Porter were the guests of the
Misses Gordon last week.
M rs. Hattie Jones and daughter Cor
nelia spent the dav with Miss Carrie
Webster last Friday.
Mr. t harlie Akin, of Nashville, spent
the day with his sister, Mrs. Columbus
Miss Fanny Knox Webster is visiting
the home of ner brother, Mr. J. Web
Mrs. J. W. Cecil, who has been in very
bsd health all the summer, returned
home from Primms last week, much im
proved. Em a.n on
Berkshire I'lgrs for Sale.
I have a number of fine registered
Berkshire pigs for sale cheap.
Jul'-'a K. D. Looney.
Sot TiiroRT, Sept. 12. The cruel An
gelof Death has attain hovered its
shadow y wings over the community and
c am e 1 for its own one of our purei-t
aud lv-t young men, Frank Murphy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Pink Murphy, who
died Saturday Sept. Id He was about
t years old, and had been afflicted ever
-ince childhood. If perfection could be
In human tlesh, it seems that it vu
manifested in him. lie was no patient
and bore his suffering without a mur
mur, it is sad to (five hun up, but it is
a great consolation to have the blessed
I assurance of his being safe in heaven,
where there is no parting nor shedding
of tears. The burial took place at the
family burying ground (Sunday even
ing. Mrs. Mary Hill, of Stiversville, is
I trending the week with relatives and
School at this place has been disnvss-
ed tor several days, on account of the
teacher being sick.
Mr. Nate Kea returned home from
Florence, Ala., sick, and it in feared he
Mr. Burt Williams and little daughter
Annie, visited Ht the home of Mr.
It. O. Harris since our last.
Mrs. Mollie Stuart, of Mt. Pleasant,
spent part of the week with her mother,
M rs. j. M . Howell.
Misses May and Verna Carter, Hay
wood Oliver and Haves Carter, of (iiles,
spent several days with Mrs. hi la
Wiu.iASisi'OKT, Sept. ". The Pres
byterian meeting has been announced
to begin 1 lie second Sunday in October.
Miss Korter opened school with
Last Monday, while air. lip Ainer-
gon, witn a coioiea man nameu ison
Church, were in the woods looking up
board timber, a loose limb fell, killing
the colored' man almost instantly It
also struck Mr. Alderson, knocking
him insensible for au hour or two.
Hev. Mr. Powers and family were
guests at the parsonage last week.
Hev. V. II. Keasley and family are
spending this week at Santa Ke.
Misses Laura and Kate 1'orter nave
returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs.
(iuy Thompson Ht Hampshire.
hisses Dime roller, Jessie ana ii-
Hn Harris were the recent guests of
Mrs. VV. T. Porter.
Mr. G. V. Stockard has returned from
Primm Springs. We regj-et to state
that he is not improving very rapidly.
Mr. Tavlor of Winchester, visited Ills
dauuhter, Mrs. E. E. Collins, last week
Misses Maggie hi am and lieuian
Itratton, of Sanla Fe, paid friends here
a short visit recently.
Mr. Odie l'oxall was here on a visu
to his sister Mrs. W. T. Harris, la-t
Mis. Minnie Harris is visiting rela
tives on Knob Creek.
Hev. and Mrs. H. Hull have returned
Miss L-ttie William, of Water v al
ley, spent last week with Miss Anni"
Kin.er. m km phis.
HEAL ESTATE I'ltANSFfcltS.
J. J. Denton to John M. Andrews,
acres in lith district, $rnn.
Mumford smith et ux, to t . v ft.
H. K., 7!M(Ki acre near Mt. Pleasant, ifUO.
Wiley Harris et ux, to N F. Ai S. K.
It, KI-100 acre near Mt. Pleasant, $100.
Ned Long and w ife to N. r. x s. K. K.,
3',1-KMl acre near Mt. Pleasant, $100.
Thomas .1. Maves et ux, t W. (J. Mar
lat . H ac-es in Hth district, fj (Mi
A. . I. Alexander to V. ,. and I.
Hughes, (Ml acres in 20th district, $2,2."l.
.1. II. t'usseti et ux, to anna n.
Wilkes, lots in Columbia, $22T.
Edward Kuhn to John W. Fry, inter
est in house and lot in Columbia, $000
Hewlett Kuhn to John W. Fry, inter
est in house and lot in Columbia, $00.'
John F. Williams to Alex Linsey,
land in 12th district. 2(.
Towler x Htratton to w. A. oorhies,
73 seres in 21stdistriet, $740.
Pleasant Massey et ux, to ihos. J
Voorhies, lot in 4th Ward, $.JT5.
Largest mid best assorted stock in
the city. Hee
tf BATTER KIEL!) St UODSON.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Miss (Jleghorn
(ex-Princess Kaiulant) to Bradlet-
8tronjr, son of riew ork sex-Mayor
Chief Surgeon Ptrke of General
Graham's command at Camp Meade.
MMdletown, Pa., has been placed
under arrest for neglect of duty.
The Board of Construction of the
Navy Department has awarded the
otitracts for the 12 new torpedo
boats and 10 destroyers authorized
by the last Congress.
The town of . Jerome, near Pres
cott, Ariz., was completely wiped
out riunday morning by fire, entail
ing a loss of over l,(JU,uiU in prop
eity. Eleven bodies have so far
been recovered, while a score or
more are said to be in the ruins or
The first snow storm of th season
was reported in K istern Colorado
and Western Kansas Saturday.
A St. Joseph, Mo., man who ha
returned from Diwsoii. says thai
the oiio cow in the town recently
sold for 1 .500 and three heus are
valued at It K).
At least four and perhaps more
lives were lost in Philadelphia Hun
day night by the explosion of forty
gallons of gasoline. Three building
collapsed, burying all the occupants.
It is estimated by naval attaches
of this Government abroid that
aside from the loss of her colonies
and the dam iges to her navy the war
with ttie Uu't-d States cost, Spain
in the neighborhood of :74,80l),(X)0.
Secretary L ing is preparing hi
annual report on the Navy Depart
tneut. It is possible that he wil
recommend that Congress again
create the rank of ice Admiral, in
order that it may be conferred upon
Hear Admiral Dewey.
Likut. Hobson has been promo
ted to a full rsaval Constructor.
Hevenge is the only debt which it
is wrong to pay.
A lie like a note must be met at
He is thy friend who speaks well
of thee behind thy back.
Let not one who lias been tempter
into evil despair of returning to the
right path. It is not falling into the
water which drowns a man, but the
remaining in it.
Hasty words often rankle the
wound which injury gives; but soft
words assuage it. forgiving cures it
and forgetting takes away the scar
We have the Hoosier family,
Press Drill with Disc, High wheel
Disc, High wheel shoe Drill. Hoosier
Drills do the work perfectly satie
faetorv. Ask your neighbor ; he has
one. See Satterfibld A Dopson.
A HEART'S STORY.
frith red, sd lips slu kissed a red rose
And T red it over her heart.
"He KHve it to me," sho whispered alow,
"Whose life is of my life a part."
With white, white lips she kissed a white
And laid It over his heart.
"Oh, love, thou art dead whom I loved so
Whose life was of my life a parti"
Be who made the red rose and the white,
Who holucth us each in his heart,
Did purify thus the fair maiden's life
And nuiko it of his life a parti
MuuKio A. Kichard in Womankind.
"This is a chnrniing 6pot for two," he
Raid, Minting himself comfortably ut bcr
"Woaro lucky to find it unoccupied,"
she said, "especially at one of Airs. Gur
don's Kiirilcii (unties. Shu will u pleased.
I don't beliuvo tl.no is u square inch of the
lawn to be seen. "
"The, whole world is here. I know,
Miss Lindsay ; I huvo t-hukun hands with
"It is one of tho penalties of being a
"Or of being notorious."
"You are too modest, Mr. Holland.
Have you not shared tho honors of the
altvrnuon with the prince and the latest
lion just Imported lroiu South Africa,
was it not?"
And felt 1 iko a martyr all the time.
But there you have tho proof, Miss Lind
say. Don t think 1 am complaining.
Fame and notoriety mean the siiine in
London. And in this" he indicated the
screen of shrubbery which cut off the little
nook from the rest of tho garden, but did
not tihut out the strains of the Blue Hun
garians or tho hum of many voices "in
this I have my reward. 1 forgive the lion
"It is a relief to be out of it," she ad
mitted. "Do you know, Mr. Holland, that
these nooks yes, there are mure of them
are a pet idea of Mrs. Gurdon's?"
"I mutt thank her. fche is a woman of
Sho lntighed merrily. "Oh, no, she is
only an incorrigible matchmaker and
finds them useful."
"So sho, at least, believes in love?" he
asked, picking up the thread of a former
Or in marrlago. It la not always the
same thing, is it!"'
It should bo," ho replied, with an air
of the deepest conviction. He was looking
up into her eyes.
What does somebody sny that in wo-
mnn love is u disease; in man it is un epi
I seem to recollect that," he 6aid.
"Hut it is nonsense; lovu cannot be sum
med up in an epigram."
Again she laughed. "Iom afraid you
have a very I nd i;,ei.iory, iir. Hi Hand. Is
it unother of the penalties of notoriety ?"
"In my case 1 11 in ali'uid bo. Is Mere
dith tho culprit?"
"I must leavothat to your conscience,
sir. Tho sentiment unpen rs in a brilliant
study of society entitled 'trovidenco and
Mrs. Grundy,' for which, if the title page
is to bo trusted"
Ah, I romciubor now. Flense spare
mo, Miss Lindsay. You don't know the
evil effects of phrasemaking it saps a
man's murals until he has not even a nod
ding acquaintance with the truth. And
you have taken your revenge.
But, really, Mr. Holland, I trusted to
your your knowledge of human nature,
..L.-1I .... ft 1 ....... ..1 .. .1 .
"For what, if I may ask?"
"That'in man it was an episode.' It
makes life so much easier to believe so."
You will let me retract in sackcloth
and ashes, Miss Lindsay? Honestly I have
some reason to do so. It is three years
since I wrote thnt miserable book. Can
you guess my exouso?"
"It seems to infer a compliment some
where," sho said rather duubtlully.
"I 0111 very much in earnest," he said,
getting up and stunding above her. And
ho looked it. "I dldn t know you then.
If I had, the thing call it au epigram if
you like would never hove been written.
How could it when"
Here the bushes were parted, and a face
a tanned, handsome, open face it was,
albeit just now the expression was not too
pleasant showed In the In tern t ices. Miss
Lindsay nodded brightly.
Come in, Ralph, she Raid.
Very sorry, I'm sure," said the new
comer. "1 didn t know, .Nell ' ihon he
Afiss Lindsay smiled.
"Ca)tain Havelock seems out of sorts,"
remarked her companion, sitting down
"Probably he is looking for my moth
er," said bhu. "I told hiiu to attend to
"He is o capital fellow," ho said indif
ferently. "Uono something In India,
basii t he?"
"A small affair of outposts," sho replied
in the same tono. Only perhaps it was as
well that ho was not studying her eyes
very intently at that moment. "Ho held
a fort somewhere on the frontier for a fort
night against a cuuplo of thousand tribes
men, with only a European seigeant and
5(1 .Sikhs under him, and he was reduced
to lIu rounds of ammunition and no pro
visions before he was ielioved. It is quite
a common thing out there. Ho told me so
"Ho Is modest as well as lucky," said
Holland. "You and ho ore old lrleiids,
"We woro brought up together."
"Like brother and sister)1"
"Exactly. Wo quarrel quite as much,
"And moke it up, I darosny? But I am
Eure the quarrels are not serious. Apropos,
am 1 iorpien?"
"Was tlieie a crime, Mr. Holland? Real
ly, I have forgotten."
"We were discussing"
" 'George Meredith,' was l.t not?"
"Then 1 am not forgiven for that unfor
tunnte fault of my youth? You are very
hard, Miss Lindsay. You have taught me
the error of my ways, and yet you refuse
to credit the conversion! How can I con
vince yuu? I am quite serious"
"Oh, 1 ho not," she said. "It is too
warm for anything but frivolity." He red
dened a little and nervously plucked the
grass round him. Miss Lindsay watched
him with some curiosity out of the corners
of her eyes; the symptoms were not un
known to her. "There ia a green thing on
your coat, Mr. Holland," she went on.
"Thanks." He nicked the insect off.
"I have something to say, Miss Lindsay
a kind of confession. It is stupid, but I
don't quite know how to say it."
"Is it necessary?" she asked innocently.
"I don't like coufessions, Mr. Holland.
We are low jburch people."
' It means a lot to me," he continued,
and again there w a silence. The a he arose
for the second time, perhaps fooling that
an upright position conduces to a proper
She peivolved her opening and rose also.
"It is time we were returning," she re
marked. "Don't go just yet. Miss Lindsay," he
pleaded, putting out a hand to detain her.
"I want you to listen to me for a mo
ment. I won't keep you If"
But already she was half bidden by the
shrubbery, and her only answer was a be
wildering smile. He had porforoe to ful
low. "It sooms more crowded than ever," she
said as they picked their way through the
throng. "Ah, there are my mother and
Captain Havelock! Shall we join them?
I hope you are attending to your duties,
Ralph. Mr. Holland Hnd I have been dis
cussing Meredith and things. Tired, moth
er? Oh, you must be! Mr. Holland, will
you find my mother a seat somewhere
near tho band, if you can? . Tho Hungari
ans are so pood."
"Delighted," ho replied. Thon lower,
"I may see you aguln before you go, Miss
"If you can," sho repeated.
She watched them until they wero lost
in tho crowd, and then deliberately led
Captain Havelock back to the little nook.
Some girls have no originality. But it
was still empty.
"Better sic down, Ralph," sho said, tak
ing her old place.
"Thanks; 1 prefer to stand," ho said.
"It is n matter of tasto or of comfort."
Sho gave him a swift glance. "Not up to
Simla, is it?"
"I'm sick of it. Beastly pnckl I haven't
had a chunce of speaking to you ull after
"Philanthropy is its own reward," she
" It's not that Mrs. Lindsay Is all right.
But there's that scribbling follow who's
always dangling after you."
"ho is very amusing and clover."
"Is he? Ho doesn't know one end of a
gun from the other, and I suppose he
thinks that horses were invented to drag
the Chelsea bus, or wherever he stays."
"Why, dear boy, to be a groom is not
moil's chief end. And you are very rudo.
Mr. Holland speaks very nicely of you."
"Confound his Impudence!" And, by
wny of relief, ho proceeded to kick a hole
in Mrt' Gurdon's turf. "Look here, Nell,"
ho sultl presently, "I'm going off to
"Indeed! I thought winter was the
proper seoson. Won't It bo rather warm
there just now?"
"That is, if they'll have mo," ho con
tinued, paying no heed. "I've volunteered
-for Dongola. Kitchener is going up to
Khartum in the autumn at least 1 hope
"In Cook's boats? What fun!"
"It will bu for Fuzzy and thodorvlshes.
But you might have the decency to say
you are sorry, Nell. I mayn't come back,
".So that Is why you told mc?" she
asked. "Don't you think it is rather crude,
Captain Havelock?" But she was not
looking at him, being engaged in tracing
fancy patterns on tho grass. Not that it
would havo mattered, for ho, on his part,
was also regarding tho point of the sun
shade with apparent Interest.
"Oh, I dare say that writing chap would
have done it better," ho said savagely.
"It's his trade. I suppose you mean to
marry the beggar, Nell?"
"His namo is Holland," she suggested.
"1 know that. You can see his portrait
in any illustrated paper for a sixpence. It's
in them all."
"Which is really no reason why he
shouldn't be addrcssod properly, is It? I
have some idea that 1 huvo seen another
portrait in the same places, with tbo let
ters D. S. O. after the name."
"You need not get disagreeable. Be
sides, you haven't told me yet If you are
engaged to him."
" Well, you koo" here sho ventured an
other glance "ho hasn't asked ine yet."
"I suppose you will inurry hin,
though," he persisted. "It's natural
enough, perhaps he's a genius and all
that and of course I'm not. Walt a min
ute, Nell! I can't stand this any longor,
and I'm bound to have it out for good.
You wero always cleverer than I was, but
you know what I've wished for ever since
I was un unlicked cub at Eton. I wasn't
afraid to tell you then. You remember,
"I remember thinking that those lick
ings which you did not get might have
done you good.
"Well, you didn't ay so! And all the
time I whs stewing In India it was tho
soino, and when 1 was down with fever i.
tho plains 1 kept shouting one name so
tho noclor told me.
it was in very bad taste, she mur
"Oh! Then that fort on the frontier,
with the Wazirls howling round and not
live minutes sleep on end tor fear they
should rush us and the grub running out
and the only idea in 11, y head was to see
it through somehow and get home to ask
you to marry me! There, Nell, It's out ut
Sho was looking at him now, but there
was a world of reproach and perhaps
something else in horeyes. "You haven
asked me yet!" she cried.
"Lut, Nell good heavens! you don't
luean to say"
And then well, In some mysterious
luslnon he munaged to gain possession of
her hands and to say the rest without
words. As for her:
" Yuu might have seen it, you foolish
boy!" she said.
And that was alL
Except that, a little later, sho met Mr.
"I have been looking for yo J, Miss Lind
say, ho said. "1 hao something to say,
Not going already surely? I may cull to
night then? 1 need not tell you what It
is perhaps you can guess I 1 hope so.
"1 think it would be better not to come,
Mr. Holland," she replied, giving hiiu her
hand. "I am sorry, but will you oblige
me by considering the episode us olosod?
am engaged to Captain Havelock." Da
vid L. Johnston iu Chambers' -Journal.
Tha Mid Ww VnderalM,
Tho Washington Post Is responsible for
this piece of ojpltal gossip: A bright little
Ixiy one of the pages of the senate sat at
onetf the senate entrances the other day
vh civil lady approached hiin with a visit
ing ( urd in her hand.
"Will you bund this to Senator Blank?"
"I cannot," replied the boy, "for all
cards must ho taken to the east lobby,
The woman was Inclined to be angry
and went away muttering. Then
thought struck her, and taking out her
tH-nWetlKiok fdiefound a 3.1 rnt Dicce. With
it in k i,,.mi ch u.-r.t lmrb in tha hmr
"Here, my lad," she tulu In a coaxing
tone, "here is a quarter to take my card
.... . .
"Madam," SAld the boy, without a mo
ment s hesitation, "1 am paid a larger sal
ary thau that to keep cards out.'
Okkick ok County Coukt Clkkk,
Columbia, Tenu., Hept. H, lNM. )
W. A. Barnett, vs. Virginia Topp, et. al.
In this cause it appearing to me from
complainant's bill, which is sworn to,
that Virginia Topp and Mary Topp,
both heirs at law of T. A. Harris, de
ceased, and non-residents of the .state of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process
of law cannot be served upon them, it is
therefore ordered by me that publica
tion be made for four consecutive weeks
in the Columbia Herald, a newspaper
published in the town of Columbia,
Maury County, Tennessee, requiring
said non-resident defendants to be ana
appear before the County Court of said
county on or before the first Monday ia
octooer, imw, ana plead, answer or de
mur to complainaut's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them,
aud set for hearing ex parte,
A. L. Thomas, Clerk.
G. V. Hayes, Attorney. sep'.l 4t
B. T. Martin, vs. Amanda Martin, et. aL
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee, In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, made at the
April term, lwis, see page57!, iu the
above-styled cause, 1 will, on
Saturday, the 17lli day of Septem
In front of the court-house door, in Co
lumbia, sell to the highest and best bid
der the property In said decree des
cribed, lying in the 14th civil district of
Maury County, Tennessee, and begin
ning at a stake in U Whit Klnzor's S.
E. corner; thence N.40 poles to set rock;
then E. 22.'KHOO poles to set stone, near
spring; then 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. 18 degrees W. 87 noles
to a beech, the same being Luke White's
corner; then !S. wo; degrees E. with
White's line H2 poles and 1!) links to a
large poplar, the corner ; then S. 87 44-100
poles 10 the corner, the same being G.
V. Kiuzer's N. K. corner; then with
road Mt degrees W. ":i 40-100 polos to
beginning, containing !W acres 12 poles,
more or less. For further information
see record in Register's olliee, Maury
County, Vol. 2, Book X, Page
Tkkms ok Sai.k. Said sale will be
made on a credit o one and two years,
and in bar of tbo equity of redemption.
Notes drawing interest from day of sale,
ith good personal security will be re
quired of the purchaser, and a lien re
tained on the property sold as further
security. This August at. lS'is.
A. JN. A K IN, . v M.
Ismes A. Sniiser, Solicitor. aun2ti4t
Amanda Bryant, et. als., vs. W. T. Chea
tham, et. ais.
In Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ten
In ohedience to a decree of the Chan-
ct-ry Court, at Columbia, made at the
April term, lMM, at page 4., in the above
sty led cause, I will, 011
Saturday, the 17th Pay of Septem
in front of the court-house door in Co
lumbia, sell to the highest and best bid
der, the property in said decree des
cribed, being a tract of land tying aud
being in the (ith civil district of Maury
County, Tennessee, aud bounded north
ny ine lanns 01 piantr mitcneu ana
Lucy Holt; east by Wm. Lawrence:
Souih by an so acre tract of land owned
by Amanda Bryant and 1 annie Cheat
ham ; west by the lands of George Fos
ter, containing about 111 acres, more or
Terms ok Sai.k. Said sale will be
made for cash, free from the equity of
redemption. This August 2(1, lull .
ailg2ti4t A IN , A K 1 IN , C. iY M .
Clerk am Master's Okkick,
Columbia.Tenn., tept. I, 1I8.
Second National Bank, use of H. O. HvJ
ans, Jr., Complainants, vs. Armstrong
and Sowell, executors, wt. al., Defend
ants. It appearing from aflldavlts filed in
this cause that the defendants, A. K.
Sowell, executor, A F. Sow ell and wife.
MnrgMnt I. M well; tho children 01
M. A Martin, deceased, to wit: Barclay
Mai tin. Tom Martin, Matt Martin.
Anna Martin, Emma Martin, Armstead
Mai tin, Marshall Martin, Margaret
Martin and Bettie Martin, and the
children of Barclay Martin, deceased,
to-wit: Bsiclav Martin, Duncan
ard wife, IiOiiie Quiiicy Duncan and
Johnnie Freland Martin, are non-resi
dents of the Slate of Tennessee.
It is therefore ordered that 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
Columbix.on the first Monday in Octo
ber next, iHitN, and plead, answer or ae
mur to complainant'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 oonsecutive weens in ine uoium
l ia Herald.
a cpv Attest :
A.N. AKIN, Clerk and Master.
V. '. TWtor and W.S. Fleming, Snl'rs
forCompl't. sept2 4t
J. T. Williamson, Administrator, vs. F.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. Pursuant to a decree of the Chancery
Court, at the October term, 18H7, at page
401, 1 will, on
Saturday, October 1, 1H!N,
Expose to public saleat the court-house
door, in the town of Columbia, Tenn.,
the following described tract of land,
to-wit: Situated in the Ninth Civil Dis
tiietof Maury County, Tenn, begin
ning at a set rock mi the left bank of
Duck River below Oreenwood Ceme
tery, and running thence N.H7 degrees
V H2 pole and 2 links to a set rock;
thence N. 2 degrees E. (12 poles and 5
links to a set rock; thence N. H7 degrees
V. :t2 poles and ' links to a pile of
rock nesr White Springs; thence N.2i
degrees E. (crossing spring branch at
Id poles) in all 20 poles to a set rock;
thence S. K7 degrees E. 32 poles,
l.- links to a stake on the bank ..f Duck
River; then up the banks of said river
with Its meander ngs to the beginning,
containing bv estimation 12' acres, as
surveyed by Win. B. Wood, surveyor of
Maurv County, Tenn., May , Ihn'I. This
includes a piece of land, a bunt one acre
on the N. W. corner, which was con
veyed by T. W. Keesee to Wm. Caper
ton, and to this part of shout one acre
we do not warrant the title.
Tkuvs ok Sai.k Said sale will be
I iiihHa on a credit of si X months, and in
hr of the eouitv of redemption. Note
. 1 . rial. anil
luHni7 interest from day of sale
good personal securiiv will be required
of the purchaser, and lien will be re
tained on land sold as further security.
This September t, lMis.
. N. AKIN, Clerk A Master,
I aepO 4t