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THE COLUMRTA HERALD: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .10.
Grand Fall Opening,
To-day and To-morrow,
Sept. 30th, and Oct. 1st,
m The Trade Palace.
You are cordially invited to attend our grand dis
play of Pattern Hats. Rnnnotc .inrl RnA at:ii:
.I . 7 "ww,,.io emu X I 1.111.11 xlllllllCIy
11 lVni'lf inf. J
, r-.. ED
MARTIN & WILKINS.
Machinery repairing of all kinds done promptly and goo, at reasonable prl-Sf.B-.
Engine, rhresherand Saw Mill work a specialty. Also dealers In Iron
I iping, Steatn and Ga Httings, Inspirators, Injectors and Brass Goods of all
kinds. Pickering or Sensitive governors furnished on short notn.3.
We ar Agents for the Champion Vn?on.
This wa-on 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 would be glad to see parties wanting anything in
our hne at our machine shop in frout of Passenger Depot, Columbia, Term,
aprill 6m '
MT. PLEASANT, TENN
For Both Sexes.
Ml Term Beps Aipst 30.
Knglish, Classical, Scientific.
and Business Courses, with
for young men and boys.
Preparatory Department for
Special courses in Musi", Kloention.
1'hysical Culture, Law, Short-hand and
KxpenuPA for Hoard and Tuition, 8133
to S175 per yeHr.
Write for catalogue.
Major 0, C, HULVEY, President.
FOUNDED IN 183. .
Mn. F. A. SIIOl'P, Lady Prinripnl.
Opens September 14, 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,
tmt at the same time much attention
is given, to the" arts and - science.
Write for catalogues and circulars
Mrs. F. A. SHOUP,
June'Hm COLUMBIA, TENN.
SEND ROYS AM) GIRLS
Bostick & Dinning.
"One of our verv best schools," as Chan
cellor Klrklapd, of the Vanderbilt Univer
sity puis it.
I'upll Enter Vamlnrbilt on Certificate.
Healthfulness unsurpassed, rupils
board in private families.
Next Session Opens August 30.
Hoard and Tuition
Mt. Pleasant, Maury County, Tenn.
jHT-Mfnri for Catalogue. sept!)
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
CO I.r M U I A . T K N X K SS K K .
Bonnliii: ami Uv Srlmul fur Girls.
Instruction In Prtiiiury. Hit h School and
full College work, wltn spttftal advantage
In Music. Art. Klocutlon. Miort-hand anc
Kail Term will hi.. CanfpmhPF R 1 RQR
For catalogues or
further lnfi rm ition
t,,ri,8S' ROKKKT D. 1ITH.
Having qualified as the Administrator ,f
t he estiie of James ('. MeWaw, defeased, all
imrtte having claims analnst said estate
Bre herebv notified to file them, duly au
thenticated, wllb A. I- Thomas. Counlv
Court Clerk, on or before . eceinber 41. ivt,
or thev will te forever barred. And all par
ties Indebted to SBld estate are requested
to coin.- forward and make settlement.
Jamks L. Mc(4aw.
sep!S it Administrator.
If you want the new.
T. 0. PETRI.
(Continued from Third Page.)
Riobyvim.e, Sept. 2S. As previously
announced, Sunday and Monday were
the days set apart for the fourth quar
terly conference of the Bigbvville cir
cuit. Presiding Elder Ilev. W. K. Pee
bles was on hand and favored his aud'
ence with two excellent sermons. Sac.
ramental services were observed Sun
day night, and the conference was held
on Monday afternoon. The four
churches on the circuit made good re
ports, and the pastor, Hev. W. K. Pow
ers, was highly praised for thesplendid
work he has accumpl'shr d.
Farmers are quite busy, preparing
their land for wheat.
Mrs. William Perry and Miss Annie
Daugherty, of Lynnville, are visiting in
Mrs. Murphy Terry and Miss Coreiut
Terry are with Mr. S P. Perry's family
Miss Nannie liinghatn is' at home
from a pleasant visit of two months
with Nashville friends.
Miss Media Wilhnin has returned
from a visit to Miss Dora Cooper, of the
Miss Birdie I'ender left last Friday
for Greenwood, v la., to resume her po
sition a: associate principal of the
school at that place.
Miss Minnie Bryant spent last week
with Mooresville friends.
will go to Manila. We will remain
here and sell the finest line of bug
gies and surries ever ollered. Home
real bargains. 8ee
tf Hattekfikld & Dodson.
McCain's Sept. 2S. Proudly I grasp
my pen to jot down the few culled items
or our hustling utile town, to our ai
ways welcome Herald
One of the best and most eloquent
lectures we have had at McCain's Acad
emy, was delivered lastTuesday morn
ing bv Prof. Piper Green, or Mivers
ville. on "The Model Student." We can
hut express our many thanks to him,
wishtug him success in his future work,
as he leaves this week for Kicnmoud
Va., where he will euter the theological
Kevs. M. K.Gabard and O. M. Trous
dale. Mr. J. K. Patterson and Mr. M. J.
lrw in and wife attended the meeting of
Itichland Presbytery, which met at
Lasting Hope last week.
A Junior Endeavor Society was or
ganized Sunday aflernoon at the Acad
emv bv Rev. M. K. tiabard, assisteJ by
Mrs. Wlr te, thirty members being en
rolled. Master U alter Vault was elec
ted President: Sallie Matthews, Vice
President: Alice Goad. Secreiaiy, and
Bessie Matthews. Treasuier.
An ice cream supper was given at this
place on last b riday night, auu the sum
of 211 was taken in.
MissMagirie Reed returned to her
home in lilies county last, Saturday, af
ter a pleasant visit, to relatives here,
and now one of the 1unior"HalU" looks
M'is. A lifeline Kennedy, of Kver
green, Is at present visiting her soil,
Air. Robert K. Kennedy.
our school enrollment has increased
to in. Miss Claud Stockard, of Na
pier, and Ollie Davis, of Columbia, are
hoarding at 10sn. Jon Matthews' and at
tending school. We are ulad to have
Miss Mm-v L. Horn back.
Mr. Andrew Maxwell, of Viekshurg
Mi. s. who has been in the camp at
rhiekauiaiina for some time, is with
hi.mefolks here, recruiting troin a speil
.n. and Mrs. L. II. Davis are visiting
friends in Lawrence county this 'veek.
Mr. Joe Scott is liaving a hundsoiiie
new house erected.
Sacramental service will be held at
tin place on next Sabbatti, Oct. '1.
Kev. M. K. (4a hard is preaching a se
ries of "mat hematiciii" sermons. At
hi. last appointment, he preached on
Addition," from 2 I'eter, Inst chapter,
.'.lh verse. At his next appointment he
will preach on 'Mibtraclioii," then
M n Illpllcitt iou" ami -'Division."
I lie Literary Society has been reor
j UMiiixcil, and will meet every Friday
night at the Academy. I tie meeting
wiilli open to all desiring to attend.
Mr. Teir Max well is on the sk-k list.
Hope he may soon recover.
Mrs Haiti's, of .anta l'e, spent sev
eral weeks with her bromer, .r. Dave
Trousdale, and returned home last
Pjj4 NUBIAN TEA cures Pyspcp-
ImIIIVi v tig, Cnnrtipation and Indi
gostion. Kegulates the Liver. Trice, 25 cts.
ioUi bv A. H. KAJNS. Columbia, Tenu.
l'AKk'S M ATIOW.
Park's Station. Sept. 'J'l Three
weeks have rolled asva.v since we last
contributed to the dear old IlKRAi.n,
but we come again begging for short
-pace iu your bright, newsy paper. Our
items of news this weeK can almost be
' tken in at a glance, but we will try to
tell the happenings of our neighborhood
as best m e can.
Twoof Mr.iieorge An Irew's children,
whoweieoulhesic.k list afew days ago,
The three little daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. N. P. Cheek are having chills.
Mrs. Birdie and Miss liel'e Manire
have returned to their home in Mar
shall county, after a pleasant stay of
two weeks with relatives here.
Mr. Andy (iilliam has declined the
idea of going to Nashville, as we re
ported in our last letter, and is
now under treatment of Dr. Smiser,
There was a singing given at the
home of Mr. James C. Dtvidson one
night of last week, complimentary to
Miss Manire, of Marshall county. Those
present report an enjoyable time.
We request the people to remember
that the protracted meeting at Philadel
phia church will begin next Sunday.
Kveryhody is invited to attend. Uro.
spiney will do the preaching, and you
hiMV be assured H will be done well.
Your humble scribe visited relatives
in Marshall county recently.
Several of the people of this section
Rtiended the protracted meeting con
ducted bv Bro. S. T. sewell at Hurricane
lat wet k.
Kev. W. L. Hone failed to till his ap
pointment at Xion last Sunday morn
Mr. llilorv Gresham i verv low with
typhoid fever. Tiiki.ma.
For Sale Cheap.
Kh'oikI-IihikI surrey mid buggy.
tf HA1TKKKJEI.D & DoI'SCN.
MT. ZION AND Til ETA.
Mr, .ion, Sept. 2f T have been re
quested by "Cleo" to rill her place in
the IlKiui.li this week, although 1
hesitate and think what has taken
place whorthv of mention.
Mr. Kit)t. naltoii anrt Miss lira (loan
were United in marr'age last Sunday
morning while on their way to church,
Kev. IS. r. I so in otiiciating. Truly it
an be said, two r-incere and loving
hearts now "beat as one." Mr Dalton
is one of our most energetic young men,
with nne n.isiness qualities, white tne
bride in accomplished and beautiful
and possesses an amiable disposition.
Miss i ira nas tteen a correspondent tor
the Hkkai.p for several years. God
lira nt thatthe ministering angels may
guide their footsteps through the oath-
wav of lire, and mav thev live to enlov
years and years of nappy wedded life.
"May the golden chain that binds the
two so close together
Keep its brightness pure and true, un-
Mr. Jennie Hatcher, of Franklin, Is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. P. II.
Mrs. Fannie Goad and children are
visiting relatives In West Tennessee.
M rs. Davis, of Columbia, is the guest
of Mrs. S. K. Pewette.
We are ulad to see Mrs. Callie Hull
out-after quite a long spell of sickness.
Miss Carrie oakiev is spending tnis
week with friends on Carter's Creek,
and attending the meeting at Lasting
(iladtosee so much Interest mani
fested in the pravet-mcetings at Mt.
ion and Theta. We hope much, good
may be accomplished.
Kev. Isom will p'-enen on 1 lie t:rst
and third Sundsvs at Mt. ion. Then
he w ill go to conference. We hope he
will be our pastor next year.
1 l'.S T ITITK.
Largest and best assorted stock in
the city. Bee
tf nATTKHKI Kl.l) & HUDSON.
SOI TH POUT.
Socth i'oht, Sept. 2d After so long a
dry spell we have had a good rain,
which was encouraging to the farmers.
and they are busy getting ready to bow
We are glad to report Mr. Nathaniel
Kea improving, after several week's
illness from fever: also Mr. Will Thur
man, who has been very sick for several
Mrs. Uufe Murphy has been sick the
past week with the fever. Hope she
may soon be well again.
Mrs. Ida Drown, accompanied by
Mrs. Mary Hill, paid a visit to her
sister, Mrs. Rutie Murphy, Saturday
Miss Myrtle Harris has been visiting
her cousiii. Miss Lula Morrow, and at
tending the meeting at Rig ('reek.
Miss Reulah Oveiton, of Spring
who has been visiting her sister,
Phelps, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Tmnmie Howell
moved to their new home, which
i arwortd'sSarsaparllla for the blood
-guaranteed to cure,. A.B. Rains
ROOSEVELT FOIl (iOVEKN'OR.
11 in Victory In th NVw York Itepublivnii
Convent ion Was an Kasy One.
The II -publican State Convention
of New York last Tuesday nomina
ted ('ol. Theodore Roosevelt for
Governor on the first billot. The
Rough Rider's victory w is etv-y, the
vote standing: Roosevelt, 75:5;
Naturally the corrupt Republican
managers, having appropriated to
their own party ues the earth and
the fullness thereof, are anxious
about the Congressional elections.
They need no other accuser than
tin ir own conscience. Their conduct
of the war has been corrupt and par
tisan. Their proscription has been
thorough and vindictive. The War
Department has been one vast net
work of political jobbery. The Medi
cal tStalT bristles with quack doctors.
The Commissariat reeks with pil
lage. The warp and woof of the Ad
ministration, where it is nut corrupt
outright, is merely an unbroken
mediocrity, a little tampered by
hypocry. Why should such a par
ty hope to carry a National elec
tion? Only through the shortc m
nig of their adversaries. That is
their last, best, only hone, and we
should look to it that, in this in
stance, it fail them. A.nerieau mtii
hood owes it to itself to se. id in the
probe down to the bottom of the
wound and to know no other thought
until the wound is healed, and those
who made it are tried, convicted
Memorial From the Maury County
Daughters of the Cunfeilei acy.
The sisterhood of states In our belov
ed Southland has been touched by a
universal sorrow, and the Maury
County Chapter of Daughters of the
Confederacy, Tennessee Division, No
4 J, have met to weave their chaplet of
llowers for the casket of
Her life has rilled the world with
song and story, which has been made
so real mat we reel that we nave touch
ed her baud, or seen the gleam of her
tender eye. It is well worth while to
live sucn a lite, for its crown of glory is
:iotouly in this life, hniiu the world
to come. I'he purity of her life, the
Bireug'h of her character and earnest
i, ess of her nature, made home redolent
with sympathy aud alTectiou. May
this beautiful life, now ended, t'?acii
Inline ueiieratious that our homes,
however great or iiuintile, can become
the sweetest, sureni, salest refuge u
Our honored Dr. D. C. Kelley, who
has written his name high among tne
braveof earth, and nigher still as a sol
dier of the King of Kings, introduced
the Daughter of the Confederacy, to llu
audience at the Atlanta reunion.
We can truly say with Solomon,
(I'rov. ai-'i) "Many daughters have
done virtuously, hut thou excellesl
them all." The President of United
Daughter of the Confederacy, Mrs. W.
15. Dobbins, and her co-laborers offer
love and sympathy to the sorrowing
mother, aud bid her look up through
her tears to the Comforter aud liud
"Is there a lone and dreary hour,
When worldly comforts lose their
My bather! let me turn to Thee,
Aud set each thought of darkness free.
"Is there a time of fear or grief,
hich sees no prospect of relief?
My Father! break tne cheerless gloom,
And bid my heart its calm resume.
"Is there an hour of peace or Joy,
When hope is ail my soul's employ?
My Father! sull my hopes will roam
Until they rest with Th"e at home."
Mrs. W. M. Hiddlk,
M ks Annik Whitk,
Miss Rosa Kaknktt,
Miss Licillk Dcnninutos,
The "Weekly CresceritJ"' at Lex
ington, Tenn., is the newest vetittne
in the journalistic world. The fol
lowing note is found at the head of
the editorial column: "John Han
cock, Jr., editor, the meanest man
in the world."
Ten lives were lost Tuesday
burning elevator at Toledo, O.
Near Auburn, Ky.. Mrs. Rtinej
Johnson committed suicide by pour
ing kerosene over her clothing and
setting herseir on nre.
About 500 applications for pen
sions, arising out of the war with
Spain, have already been filed at
the pension olfice.
In Brown county, Ind., George
May, aged 102, is suing his wife for
divo c i on grounds of infidelity.
A Congress of Mothers will be
held at Omaha October 8, 9 and 10
The Filipino Congress is having
trouble over the question of taxes.
Money is needed to support the in
surgent army, but the natives be
lieved that the resolutionists would
abolish all taxation and protest
against any levy .
Fanny Davenport (Mrs. Melbourne
McDowell), the distinguished ac
tress, died last Monday of enlarge
ment of the heart.
Returned Klondikers say there
were 3 000 cases of typhoid fever at
Dawson September 6.
Nearly 100 flour mills iu Kansas
are closed because t e farmers are
holding wheat for highe prices.
A Norwegian laborer hurt his
brain in New York some time ago
He is recovering, but while he re
members the Euglisti language, he
cannot remember his mother tongue.
Two coach loads of Southern
negroes, intended to work in the
mines at Virden, III., arrived there
Sundav. They were not landed, as
the miners were out in force. In
stead, the train went on to Spring
field, where ihe negroes declared
that they wanted to return home.
The gruesome remains of a younif
l;;dy, evidently the victim of foul
play, were found one day lust week
at Bridgeport, Conn. The remains
were identified as those of Miss Ma
rian Grace Perkins, of Middlebor t,
.Mass., and the supposed father of the
young lady went after the body and
carried it home. Upon his arrival
at home, however, he found
daughter alive and well, having just
returned a half hour before from a
visit to P-ovidetice, 11. I. The fami
ly was overcome with joy to see Miss
Perkins iu perfect health, and the
entire community was greatly as
tonished. Havana is preparing In earnest for
American occupation, and is dilli
tfently studying English. Signs in
shops announcing that English is
spoken there are becoming numer
ous, and the book-stores have ex
hausted their supply of English
readers. In the Convent of the Sa
cred Heart, French has been aban
doned that twice the time may be
spent on English. The President of
Havana is proud of the few English
words he has already learned, and
uses them on every occasion.
I WINKI-K.TW INKI.K" I HOLLAND,
Shake the hand of I'ncle Sam
'Mid the Delft windmills so high
Like big scare-crows in the sky.
Now tl)Ht war with Spain isdone,
C.a-'s disarmament begun,
All the world can turn to you
When your coronation's due.
While the powers' concert's still,
You exactly till the bill.
May you never wake to weep
While theother hutch folk sieep.
We are authorized toannounce Col. N. N.
Cox. of Wllllanuon Connty. ai a candidate
for re-election to Congress at the ensuing
"He don't chew Battle
" He looks it!"
Ignorance of the Law is no excuse,
but ignorance of BATTLE AX is
your misfortune not a crime and
the only penalty is your loss in quan
tity as well as quality when you buy
any other kind of Chewing Tobacco.
Remember the name
when you buy again.
THUS. F. HAYAKI)
I'asKeii Away After mi I linen of Six
"Mins. F. Bayard died Wednesday
at 4:.'lil p in., near Dedbam, Mass , at
the Miiiinier home of his daughter,
Mrs. Stmiitl I). Warren. He l ad
tie-it ll tor about six weeks. ir.
Bay r t was Wecretary'of State un
der vi r. Cleveland's first adminis
tration, aud was appointed Ambas
sador to tne court ot St. Jtmes and
served during .Mr. Cleveland's sec
ond term. He was also Unite i
States Senator from Delaware for a
number of years.
Pit nips! Pii in j)s!
We sell Myers' pumps, hay
and water tanks. See
tf H ATT Kim KM) & DODSON.
J. G. Ciuco, indicted for the mur
der of Hubert DivU at Nashville on
Aug. 5, was trieu and Acquitted this
week. The proof in the case showed
that vouiilt Davis had seduced (Ms
co's daughter, with the promise that
lie would marry her. Tne girl gare
birth to a child, and per father in a
fit of ff-nzy, hunted ' up Dvis and
stabbed linn to death-
Collecting a JMM, in , India. .,
Tne legal practice of sitting at a
debtor's door and not eating until
the debt is paid still obtains iu In
ilia, ii ud Is us old as the laws of
M.inu. The debtor does not dare to
lei ine creditor starve, lor he would
men be held for murder, and the I tl
atives ot the deceased would eugag i
i u a bloody vandetia.
The Clock Struck On.
It was just two minutes to 1 when John
Ludlam entered the house, and, unwrap
ping a paper pan el, f aid to hie wife that
he had lirorght her a present of a clock.
It was her birthday, and she had expect
ed a brooch or a ring at least, and su she
said tartly, "You liked the look ef that
His face flushed. "A nice way to speuk
about a prvient!" said he hotly.
"Well, it's lie truth. I wouldn't have
given it couple of shillings for it," said she
in an exasperating tone.
Juliu Ludliini was a quick tempered
man. The veins In his temples swelled,
Just then the clock struck 1.
. V hat did it signify? That the clock was
running all rilit?
It did not. The ambulance surgeon said
a few minutes later that If the clock had
struck one inch nearer her temple John
Ludlam would hae been a widower.
Snii.T and Sim ft' Taking.
A word in season to snuff takers. As
the nerves of our nostrils are so little pro
tected, they nre very delicate and sensitive,
nnd when we take snuff all the nerves In
the body are affected in syniathy. In
cons'eiicnce snuff faking, like smoking,
has a narcotic effect upon the .Lraitf n;J
nuturaly nets upon the intelligence. Thus
It can easily be seen that it weakens the
we were to use it only as a
medicine or nn occasional stiinu'j nt. there
wotdd be sonic nihantage in using It. If
used constantly, it lnllauics the nostrils
and may produce an incurable polypus.
To those who ninko blood quickly or are
feeble or suffer from ulcers nothing can
be more prejudicial. Snuff takers have
generally weak iglit. In short, it Is a st
niclous habit and one that should be
fought against rigorously. New York
A Kind Offer.
Highwayman Your money or your life!
Poet Momy I have none, but If yon
will tell ine'soineof your adventures I will
write them down and divide the profits
with you. linden Tlt-BlU.
for not chewing
Ax, yet Honor."
I5y virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me by Simon llardison on March 11,
isis, and recorded in book No. X" page
mrj, It. O. M. l, I will, on
Monday, October 21, 1S!H,
within lawful hours, offer for sale to
the highest bidder at the court house
door iu Columbia, Tennessee, for rash
all the property embraced in said deed
of trust; to-wit: Two hy horses. 7 and
! years old, two buck boards, one ex
press waifon one refrigerator, two pair
scales (one platform and one swinging)
two nutciier racks, etc., and sucn other
fixtures and appliances as are embraced
in said deed. I. Bark kr,
septm 4t Trustee.
On Monday, October 3, 181)8,
I will sell to the highest and beHt bidder, at
the Court House door, In Columbia, Tenn.,
that portion of the Urown lauds, commenc
ing at the Columbia bridge and I.Tlng along
the Nashville pike, and also aioiuc the new
road. Said lands to he sold In blocks of ten
acres and upwards, as per plots.
Tkk.ms.Ods third fiish. balance on one
and two years, with interest from date of
sale; a lien retained Hales to ha reported
to the October tet ni of the Chancery Court
at Columbia. Tenn., ease of 11. A. Brown,
vs. J. H. Colluit, et. Hi., forconlii-mittton.
II, A. IMOWN,
.S'ce in I Co m in ian io n e r.
OKKICK OP Cot'XTY Coi'RT Cl.KKK, (
Columbia, Tenn., Sept. :to, lsiu.
Sallie 1 Campbell, vs. S. M. lillliam,
In this cause it appearing to me from
complainant's bill, which is sworn to,
tli at Darthula Homer, wife of Ho
mer, Morrow (iilliam, liora Hilliam,
Ollie Gilliam and Sallie (iilliam, chil
dren of Ed (iilliam, decessed, C'acsie
liewberry, wife of liewlmrry, Thos.
Oillia. John Uilliam. James iilliam.
Matt (iilliam, Charles I', (iilliam and
Kd (iilliam, children o' Charles (iil
liam, deceased, all grandchildren of
John 11. (iilliam, ((c ensed, are non
residents of the State of Tennessee, so
that the'ordinary process ut law cannot
hen-rved upon them. It is therefore
ordered by tne, that uuMicaihn be
made for four consecutive weeks in the
Columbia Herald, a newspaper publish
ed In the town of Columbia,' Maury
County, Tenn , requiring said noi -resident
defendants to be. and appear be
fore the County Court of said county on
or before the lirst Monday In November,
18IM, and plead, anwer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same Mill he
taken for confessed as to them aud set
for hearing ex parte.
A. K THOMAS, Clerk V Com,
W. (). Gordon, Solicitor. sep:i() 4t
Ofi'K'K ok Cocntv Court Ci.f.kk,
Columbia, Tenn., Sept. !t, 1n!H. (
W. A. Harnett, vs. Virginia Topp, et. al.
In this cause it appearing to me from
complainant's bill, wiiieh is sworn to.
I that Virginia Topp aud Msry Topp,
both heirs at law of T. A. Hams, de
ceased, and non-resideiitsof the site of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process
oflawcaunot be served upon them, it is
j 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 and
appear before the County Court of said
county on or before the hrst Monday in
October, 1hw, and plead, answer or de
mur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be laken for co ifessed as to them,
and set for hearing ex parte.
A. L. Thomas, Clerk.
G. W. Hayes, Attorney. sepW 41
BOY SKI ritKtC.
Votlce ll hereby given to th public that
I have thUday set my son. W.w. Krntclier,
f ree. to tnakt) his own contra ris; I will u
longer responsible for his debts iu,r
claim any part ol bis earnings.
eptl4t J. A. BraTchkr.