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'JHE COLUMBIA HERA HIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. IS.
Tie $5! ait $6.00 Pants
all p alitB at . $4,
MAURICE, The Tailor,
iO. P. Rutledgft&Co.,
i?"i.ce: Room 17, Masonic Building.
f'.KciAiriKs: Firo, Tornado, Plate
?iss, Employers'Liability and Steam
BoJVar Insurance. 1anl5
'2R1NG IN YOUR
No mutter how bad, wo will surely
shoe tiii'in. They are being brought
from adjoining cduniios almost daily to
As mvexnenses aro so very light, I
wii sell haggles at prices as below:
A $75 0 I Buggy fur $:0.00.
A 50.00 Buggy for 40.00.
Owensboro Wagons, made out of
whalebone timber, giving long credit,
cheaper than any house in the (State.
W. W. CHERRY!
Judge Holding Ojiens HU First Term
at This rince.
K. M. Davis Awarded ($450 Damage
Against the City of Columbia
t iii:.i i:sr humtikk
In town at I'ink H. Iiodson's new store
. Northwest Corner H(uuri'.
Nice Heil Uooni Suits at $I0.i)ii.
'Beds at II.K5. $2 no, $.'.) and up.
' Tallies $1.73. -'.Vf. $I.5U.
" Handsome Massive Oak Suits, at $"0.iK.
1 IiH)k at these tfoods before you buv.
Wt K..ANK 1I.8.MI1H.
lUSSOI l riON MHICK.
TJ'li Ann of McKennon & Nichols havlni
l)tNn lss(ilved hy mutual agreement, (j. W
' Ni&.nls, assumes full control of the hul
nessand will pay its debts and collect all
. amounts due Mild tlrni.
(t. V. Nicitoi.M.
mtvin it. W. K. McKknnon
rTJieiirrm of Payne A (iracy having (his
day een dissolved by mutual agreement,
' s;i . Tuyrse retains the business, and all ac-
T.ur.ts (iKi the (1 nil will be collected by
. Caynu -HxM 1'iiyiie also assumes the in
debuidnessof t lie U rm.
Til i the 1st duy of April, IsttH.
Signed, :. B. Uhacy,
. IHiriHlu 8. I'. PAYfJK.
Ve t arry the following
veil-kiicwn brands of QQUjJ
'MMNA 1SCH, I l IlKKLAiNt)
mid .IKM.K O.
Get our.nrires Ix-fore Imvliig.
W. II. DAVIS CO
'Otfhe: HnKUi ' OIl Stmnt.
July r7ueiiV TeUilmne Xo. 91.
tGolnmbia :-: Athensanm
lioiiriling iiml Duy School for Girls,
Circuit Court convened last Mon
day morning, with His Honor Judge
Holding presiding. The first day
was spent In organizing and getting
things into working order.
This is Judge Holding's first term
of court at this place, and the man
ner in which he presides has been
the source of much favorable com
ment by everyone, especially among
the members of the bar and court
officials. His charge to the Grand
Jury was a strong and forcible one,
and set forth clearly and distinctly
the various laws.
The juries were organized as follows:
J. H. Kennedy. Foreman; Geo. C.
McFall, Jas. L. Bailey. W. H. Ladd,
Press Lenear, J. V. Howell, O. L.
Kinzer, Will Jones, J. VV. Sergeant,
(. N. McKennon, I). A. Walters, T.
H. Hryant, Luther Pass, J. H. Ken
Jury No. 1.
C. E. McEwen, T. H. Nixon,
Willis Odum, J. D. Andrew, Holstin
Roddy, A. T. Vestal, R. H. Caskey,
William Cunningham. N. E. Dew,
Robt. Taylor, Elijah McKee, Jno. A.
Jury No. S.
J. M. Harbison. Dan White, D. M.
Frazier. W. T. Wills, T. E. Lips
comb, W. A. Jones, R. C. Pucketr,
E. B. Coleman, J. M. Nicholson, W.
M. Allen, Jonn Cathey, J. 8. Ayers.
The case of Mrs. E. M. Davis
against the Board of Mayor and Al
dermen of Columbia was taken up
Tuesday morning and occupied the
attention of the court until Wednes
day at noon. This was a damage
suit for $10,000 brought about by the
death of Scott Davis, son of com
plainant. Davis, it will be remember
ed, was found dead in Helm's branch
at the corner of Eighth and Glade
streets one Sunday morning of last
December. It was supposed that he
had fallen f.om the foot bridge into
the branch below, while under the
influence of intoxicants, striking
his head on a rock, and death re
suiting almost instantly. The com
plainant charged that the street at
that place was unsafe, and that the
accident would not have occurred
had the bridgo and branch been
properly fenced. The jury returned
a verdict late Wednesday afternoon,
awarding the complainant $4o0 dam
The case of Miss Rirnh Alberta
Odil against W. Ha ' Brown was
set for vesterd iv. b v s continued
until next Wei' m-mI i.v on account or
the absence f mime witnesses.
This is a suit in which complainant
claims damages for alleged breach
The Irvine cases will probably be
brought up the last of this month or
the first of next.
The cheapest, yet the best!
100 lbs of Lead costs $6 50
6 gals. Linseed Oil costs 3 00
Making eight gallons paint
ready for the brush cost $10 10
One gal. ready for the brush
costs 1 26
Because no high
mixed paint cells
$1.50 per gallon.
'Extensive (. rounds,
l argo Equipment,
1 Instruction Jn Primary, IIIkIi School and
' full ColU'KewoTk, wit li special lulvantageE
i in Music, Art, . Elocution, Huurt-liaiid and
,rMSr. September 5, 1898.
For analogue or further Information
liOltKItT D. SMITH,
52 PAPERS FOR 50C,
LESS THAN ONE CEXT EACH.
1 gallon Hamniar Paint costs ..1 50
1 gallon pure Linseed oil costs. 60
Making 2 gals, ready for brash
cost $2 10
Making 1 gal. ready for brush
co3t 1 05
Therefore it is the cheapest. It
is the best because it is guaran
teed for five years and we know
of no other paint that is.
GEORGE S. ALCORN,
Bones and Ribs Wanted.
See me before you sell. Will Bark
er at White Bros. Bell Phone 24.
Citize'is 139. H
Prof. J. L. Driscol, who, it was
alleged, killed his wife and then
tried to commit suicide in Ntshville
last March, was tried this week and
The Franklin Review-Appeal con
tains the following: .
"Messrs. Will House and G. H.
McMurran tendered an elegant din
ner last evening, one of the best ap
pointed affairs ever seen here, to the
young ladies and gentlemen who
were to have officiated as brides
maids and groomsmen at the r.up
tials of Miss McFaddmi several
weeks go. Last night was the time
which had been announced for her
marriage to Mr. Wilhoite of Shelby
ville, and her marriage to Mr. Dale
of Columbia came as a surprise to
her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dale
were present at the social gathering
Dr. Hawthorne's lecture on "Cour
age and Its Counterfeits'' at the
Baptist church last Thursday even
ing, was heard by a good-sized au
dience, notwithstanding the indent
ency of the weather. His lecture
was replete with wit, pathos and
humor, and his masterly oratory
was thoroughly enjoyed by his hear
ers. Huch lectures are always up
lifting and instructive, besides en
tertaining, and result in the accom
plishment of much good.
A Lynnville special to the Ameri
can says: "Liast evening tne Hos
pitable home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Reid was thrown open to Liynnviiie
society, the occasion being a party
given in honor of Miss Lucy Will
iamson, of Columbia. The hand
some home was brilliantlv lighted
and artistically decorated in palms
and chiysanthemums. Misses Mary
and Martha Witt assisted in receiv
ing. At a late hour refreshments
.An Ehjht f'fi , Eight Column
llrw Id)', V.Tf-r Coluninx.
For Fifty Cents A Year
we will scnrl the Weekly Chattanooga
'Times. It is one of the largest Week
lies in the South. Special attention
paid to "News, Household and Farm
On Recent of Tea Cents
we -will send the paper to you for 60
days as an introductory. ,Send your
10 cents. Address
The Weekly Chattanooga Times,
Agents Specially Solicited.
Liberal terms giVon. nov4
Irfiiigtellow t be Illustrated.
Last year Charles Dana Gibson
illustrated "The People of Dickens"
for the Ladies'1 Home Journal. The
pictures were so successful that this
year, and during next year, W. L.
Taylor, the New England artist, who
lias made such rapid strides in his
-art, will illustrate "The People ot
Longfellow" also for Tne Ladies'
Home Journal The poems selected
are "The Psalm of Life," " Hia
watha," "Evangeline," "The Court
ship of Miles Htandish." "The Child
ren1! Hour," "The Village Black
smith," and others.
I Ms,.. $10.00 to $28.00.
I OVERCOATS at all Prices.
We make our own garments
and only clothing of excel
lent quality. You can rely
upon everything we sell you
as being right in every re
spect. If not, then your
Origin of'Tlie Oik Folks at nine."
Stephen Foster, the author, was once
passing through Kentucky, and while
tlie itaifet'oach was stoppe I by a way
siciMiin 'to permit the horses to fie
changed, Foster stood near, watching
the operation with some degree of in
toret. .The darkies were slow and lazy
and Mali -3. no degree of haste in perform
ing tHir duty, chattering meanwhile
in the wanner and dialect peculiar to
themselves. 'Finally one deploring his
hardiv,taid: "I wish I was back to
i the oldf."Jlks itt home."
"Whwe vfa that?" asked another.
ThelrUt rejoined: "Way dowu upon
the S'va ar.ee kiver."
The coveKy ot the words caught the
quick'mlnd f the poet. He recognized
in then aud the theme they suggested
an appropriate subject for a song, and
th at '.wet wig, when he reached his des
tinaW'Mi, -rote both words mid music.
'A Chord was touched in the human
bewi t. .dlH -song was instantaneously
puocettsiiil. Overone hundred thousaud
'itievere sold in the next few years,
.Hiii1 -een now no song of reminiscence
.is-iKarer t the public than the familiar
. trns, Way lown I'pon TheS'wanee
Double brvaxtcd Frocks and
Vent in (he best black Coating.
Fancy Vests, $5.00 to $S.O0.
Fleece Lined Cloves.
J Neckwear, 25c to $1.15
J Shirts. 50c to $2.00.
OVER THE COUNTY
Photos, 10 for 10c, at Young's, tf
For fine candies, fruits, cigars and
tobaccos, go to Blair & Whitehead's.
The farmers are having a tough
time getting their wheat sown this
A large crop of wheat has been
sown in the Southport neighbor
hood. The plaintive gobble of the
Thanksgiving turkey is now heard
in the land.
Mr. W. R. King is visiting rel
atives at Wllliamsport, Maury
County. Lawrence Union.
The Cumberland Telephone Com
pany has made arrangements to run
lines to Rally Hill and Osteen's
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rharber, of An
drews, will leave for Texas in a few
days to make that Htate their future
Mr. E. C. Fitzgerald, who has
been in Cotton Plant, Ark., for sev
eral weeks, is now with home-folks
Our delinquents will make us a
great deal more thankful on Thanks
giving Dfty hy calling and squaring
The Herald is glad to have
"Chke" send in her newsy letters
again, afterquite a lenthy absence
caused by sickness.
Geo. H. Nixon, now of Mt. Pleas
ant, spent Hunday here. Mr. W. R.
King was in Maury County the first
of the wef k Lawrence Democrat.
Joh-n Wilkes, of CuUeoka, has
been made operator at Godwin, on
account of the increaseu traffic on
the road and the many extra trains
now being run.
The Cumberland Presbyterians
are contemplating building a house
of worship at Culleoka. A lot on
which to build has been donated by
Mr. F. J. Moore.
The Herald regrets to report the
continued illness of its correspond
ent, Miss Ida Mai Fitzgerald, at
Theta. It is hoped that she will
soon be entirely wi ll again.
Miss Evie Harbison, of the Knob
Creek neighborhood, met with the
misfortune of getting her arm
broken last Saturday. Her friends
nope tne injured member will soon
Mr. and Mrs. E P. Roberts, of
Robert's Bend, expect to go to Tam
pa, Fla., shortly, to spend the win
ter. They will be Joined there the
first of January by Miss Winfrie
Our "Gentle Reminders" have
been answered by many, but still
there are those whu: hnve heeded
them not. We trust a second "re
minder" will be unnecessary.
Miss Alice Bond, of Mt. Pleasant,
is the guest of Mrs. E. M. Heart),
Maple ave.S. H. Clawson, of Ash
wood, Maury County, spent last
week with his brother, F. F. Claw
son. Williamson County News.
God win is becoming quite a busi
ness center. During the past week,
flvecarsofear.com, three cars of
shelled corn, five cars of hogs and
six cars of barrel-staves have been
shipped from that place to various
Mr. W. A. Howard, of the Isotn
neighbo'hood, had bis hand b tdly
bitten by a dog last Saturday after
noon. The animal had been caught
in a trap, and. in attempting to ex
tricate it, Mr. Howard received the
bite. It is hoped that nothing seri
ous will result.
'renare for Cold Weather Jly
Taking Advantage of the
Following Low Prices.
Children's clos ribbed vests and
pants at 7c, 10c, 14o each.
Children's gray mixed vests and
pants at 10c, 15c, 19c each
Children's all wool vests and pants
at 10c, 19.i. 24c tach.
Misses Union Suits, 2ic. 35c and up.
Ladies' Union Suits, 24c, 35c and
L die' Jersey ribbed vests and
pants, 15c, 19o, 24c, 44c and up.
Ladies' white morino vests and
pants, 29c, 35c each.
Ladies' gray, red and white wool
vests aud pants, 493, 69c, 74o and 89u
Infants' and Children's wool hose,
5c. 10c, 14Q and up.
Ladies' wool hose, 15c, 19c, 24c, 29c
Lidies' Jersey fleeced lined gloves,
10c, 14o, 19c pair.
Ladies1 and children's woolen
mittens. 8c, 10c, Pic, 14c. 19c pair.
Ltdies1 and children's wonlen
hoods, all colors, 19c, 24c, 39(! and up.
Ladies' woolen fascinators, 19c,
24c, 39c, 49c and up.
Children's cloaks, nice assortment,
Big values in winter lap robes.
See them before buying.
Full line of rubbers and arctics at
Men's ribbed shirts and drawers,
19c, 24o. 35c, 49o each.
Men's heavy white morino 6hirts
and drawers, 19c, 24c, to 44c each.
Men's heavy fleece lined shirts and
dra wers, 49c to 9c each.
Men's'gray and fancy wool shirts
and drawtrs, 49c, 69o to 89c each.
Men's white and red wool shirts
and drawers. 49c, 74c, and 89c and up.
Boys gray mixed and fleeced lined
shirts and drawers, 15c, 19c, 24c. and
Boys' all wool shirts and drawers,
24c. 33c each.
Full line of Men's and Boys winter
cans, all kinds.
Men's woolen sox, 15c, 19 i, 21c and
Our stock of winter gloves aud
mittens is complete and we can sure
please you in price and kinds.
Call and see us. We are always
glad to show you through our stock
Ensign Powell to Marry.
Another hero of the war is about to
receive at the marriage altar his reward
of valor, Bays the Xew York Journal.
Ensign Joseph Wright Powell, hero
second only to Lieut. Hohson, of the
feat of sinking the Merrimac in Santi
ago harbor, will soon become a bride
groom. Miss Ilertha Osterhout, of Os
wego, is the bride-elect. The young
couple have been friends from baby
hood. They were schoolmates and
classmatesand often met in society. It
is said by those who should know that
the love'aiTair into which their friend
ship ripened was one-sided, and the
side of Mr. Powell's until he distin
guished himself in the war. Hi valor
won what his pleadings could not, the
girl of his heart. The tide of her favor
pet in when she read of his exploit at
Santiago. When he returned, fever
stricken, from Cuba she called often at
his home, and even asked and received
the privilege of nursing him hack to
health. The romance will culminate
in a wedding at the old church of the
Evangelists, in Oswego, next month.
His end is sure whose aims are pure.
Pleasure pursued is never orocured.
t.od often smiles in the smile of a
Heaven bends lowest at the prayer
They do Satan's business who are sim
1 lie ljord shows his mind to his busy
We understand Christ bv being mis
He robs the dav of service who robs
the night of sleep.
iea wno walk in love are mighty in
Mr. and Mr. H. P. Figuers enter
tained at tea last Friday evening,
complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. W.
A.Dale. Tne following were pres
ent: Mrs. W. R. Hutton, Misses
Eva James and Marion Cooper,
Hutton and J. Cheairs
Hog Trough Iron.
Grates and Grate Baskets,
It J. P. Street & Co.
J. II. Kerr, et. ah.vs. Mary L. Kerr. et. al.
In the Chancery Court at Columbia.
Pursuant to a decree entered in above
styled cause, at the October term, 1S1I.S,
oa minutes at pge 27. 1 will, on
Monday, the l'it'i day of December,
IS! 18, at the court-house door, in Colum
bia, Tennessee, sell to the highest and
best bidder, the remainder interest, aft
er the homestead, the land described in
said decree, bounded and described as
follows, to-wit: Situated In the Fourth
Civil District of Maury County, Ten
nessee, and bounded north bv the lands
of ItwlUnfant and Smith; on the south
by Moore and Marsh; on the west by
the lands of Hight, Matthews aol Will
iams, and the east by the lands of G. W.
Parks, containing about 118 acres, more
or less, it being the same assigned to
the widow of M. N. Kerr, as homestead,
hy commissioners appointed bv the
County Court of Maury County, Ten
TRRMM Said sale will be made on a
credit of (i and 12 months, except the
Ptim of $125, which will be requited in
cash on day of sale. Sale free from the
equity of redemption. Notes bearing
interest from date of sale will bo re
quired of the purchaser, and a lien re
tained to secure the payment ot the
This the nth day or November, issw.
nnvlHt A. N AKJX.t'. A-M
Exhorbltant Taxes in Cuba.
Figures secured by the Cuban
Military Commissioners show the
great burdens that have been im
posed upon the people of Cuba. A
total revenue of $2(3.559,650 w-is raised
for the year by taxation, and the
total expenditures were $26 374,035.
It is believed the island can be gov
erned under American control at an
annual expense of little more than
Miss Kate Trantham entertained
a number of her acquaintances at
her home on South High street last
Friday evening. The young people
enjoyed themselves for several hours
in playing various parlor games,
and the occasion proved one of much
pleasure and merriment.
Little Miss Marie McLemore,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Mc
Lemore, entertained a number of
her little friends with a birthday
party at the home of her parents on
West Sixth street last Haturrtay
evening. The affair proved a source
of much enjoyment to the little
Miss Fannie Williams entertained
a few of her friends In a most de
lightful manner at her home on
Eighth street lastThursday evening.
Misses Helen and Emma Davis
Smith entertained the Wednesday
Afternoon Whist Club this week at
Misses Minnie and Daisy Towler
will give a reception at their home
on West Seventh street next Thurs
To Close Out
"At Eastern Cost!
All our Pattern Hats. These are stylish, and of
the best material. Only a few left. Then there are
SAILORS, WALKING HATS, Etc.,
which go at lower prices than ever before. All
trimmings, etc., at reduced prices.
A large line of infants wraps at astonishingly low
prices. This is the place to get your Corsets.
We have a full line.
I? Jewelry for Men'swear, 25cto $4. jL
Henry C. Hine,
(Successor to II. A. lliintiiuluii,)
409 Church St.,
I wish to announce to my lady
friends that I am now ready for
orders in Christmas work, either in
fancv embroidery, any style of dec
orative painting on celluloid, satin
or any kind you may wish; also
stamping done neatly. Crocheting
lovely warm slippers a specialty
also portraits enlarged and finished
either in pastel, crayon or glass.
Pearl typing done beautifully. All
orders thankfully received and neat
ly and quickly executed by me. Iam
in Miss Kerwick's Millinery parlors.
to be there at all times, in the rear
of the Maury Dry Goods store.
Mrs. Mary Rcttle Maouire,
Mrs. M. E Williamson,
In T. N. Figuers' Store.
The Solders Paid Off.
The soldiers were paid off again
Wednesday for their services dur
ing October. The amount distribut
ed among t'.e boys was $8,315.20,
which amount was furnished by the
Maury National Bank, upon presen
tation of the paymaster's check
Some of the boys have been having
a "good time" since. ' Vvv
Nonnense and Nw, Odd and Kndi,
Wise and Othrwle.
"Pa," said the alderman little son,
"is there any truth in the story that
George Washington never told a' lie?"
"Yes, 1 guess there is," was the reply.
"Well," continued the embryo states
man, "I don't see how he ever got his
pull in politics,1' Chicago Xews.
She Hid your grandfather live to a
green old age?
He Well, I should say so. He was
buncoed thre times after he wa seven
ty. Harlem Life.
4,000,000 bushels of peanuts are con
sumed in the United States annually.
"And these places where you vote."
said the gentleman from Europe, "you
call them the polls?" "Yes," answered
the Nortn raroitna citizen, "we call 'em
that. But the warmth around here
makes 'em seem a good deal more like
equators." Washington Mtar.
as follows; "Dear Sir:
truly, Bertram Boggs."
Either eatables and drinkables must
be high in Oklahoma or brains must be
cheap. An editor down there an
nounces that he will accept tive heads
or cahtiaee ana a gallon of cider for a
"Some people are like cider."
"The idea! How?"
"They're sweet until it's time to
work.1' Philadelphia Bulletin.
He "He that courts and runs away
will live to court another day." She
"But he that courts and does not wed
may find himself in court instead."
An English newspaper recently of
fered a prize of 5 for the best reply to
the question, "Who makes the best
wife?" One of the replies rotvd was
Robbers looted the Kirksville, Mo
rsnvmtra Ktinlr ldf h rlilutr uurl aa
I cured $32 .000 in gold, greenbacks and
. LJ . . I ) I L3 ....
ouiuu o. ruxg, in ciuuiuer county,
Tenn.. while on his way to the home
of Miss Ollie Thompson, of Simpson
county. Ky., with whom he intend
ed to elope, was run down by a train
The Nolachucky Telephone and
Electrio Company, an independent
telephone system in East Tennessee,
has declared a dividend of 5 per
cent, to its stockholders, payable
We sell Myers1 pumps, hay tools,
and water tanks. See
tf ..... 8ATTERFIM.D it DOCSOJU ,
Hardison, Adms., et. als, vs. El
len Frank, et. al.
Id the Chancery Court, at Columbla.Ten-
Pursuant to a decree entered In above
styled cause at the October term, 18!!8,
on minutes at page 11, 1 will, on
Monday, the 12th day of December,
1KH8, at the court-house door, in Colum-
dia, Tennessee, sell to the highest and
best bidder, the land described In said
hecree, bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit: Bounded on the north by
the lauds of Sam B Hardison; on the
east by the lands of S. S. Black ; on the
south by the lands of Wallace Sowed;
and on the West by Duck River, con
taining by estimation about 158 acres,
less "0 5.1-8(1 allotted to T. J. Tindle,
leaving Hdl4 acres hy old survey; see
plat and survey on tile In the otllce of
the Clerk and Master of the Chancery
Court for Maury County. Said tract will
be sold for one-half cash, and the bal
ance on a credit of one year. Note with
good pergonal security will he required
and lien retained to secure the balance
purchase money, said note to bear in
terest from date of sale. .
Skcono Tkaot. Bounded as follows:
On the north by Duck River; on the
east by the lands of S. S. Black, aud on
the south by the above 158 acre tract;
and on the west by Duck iver, con
taining by estimation 340 acres, more or
Terms of Sale on Second TractOne-
third cash, balance on a credit of one
and two years from date of sale; notes
with approved security bearing inter
est from date will he required of the
purchasei,and a lien retained to secure
the payment of the purchase money.
tins me 'itn navol November, i!i8.
A. N. AKIX, Clerk it Master.
Clkrk and Master1. Office, i
Columbia, Tenn., Nov. 11, 18!i8. j
f. M.- Allen Complainant, vs. Mrs.
Xannie C. Mitchell, Defendant.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In this cause It annearitnr that the de
fendant, Nannie C. Mitchell has de
parted this life, leaving Mrs. Marv E.
Bobbins, wife of M.C. Robins, Charles
Mitchell, James T. Mitchell, Frank
Mitchell, Fannie Whipple, wife of Bai
ly Whipple, Maude Woolf, wife of J. M.
Wolf, and Virginia Mitchell, as her
only heirs at law, and at the October
term, 1WW, an order was entered in the
ab"ve cause directing a scire facias to
issue for the above named persons,
and it appearing that all of said per-sons-.are
non-residunts of the State of
Tennessee, an order was made direct
ing that publication be made according
to law requiring all of said person to
enter their appearance in this cause on
or before Monday, the 5th day of De
cember, lsos, the same being a rule day
of this court, and show cause, if any
they have, wb.V.this suit .should not be
revived against them as heirs at law of
Mrs. Nannie C. Mitchell.
Now this is to notify the said Mrs.
Mary E. Bobbins, wife of M. C. Rob
bins! Charles Mitchell, James T. Mitch
ell, Frank Mitchell, Fannie Whipple,
wife of Haily Whipple, Maude Woolf,
wife or j. m. v ooit ana irginia Mitch
ell, and each of yon to enter your ap
pearance in this cause as above ordered
on or before Monday, the 5th day ot
December 18',!8, the same being a rule
day of this com t and show cause, if any
you have, why this suit be not revived
against vnu as heirs at law of Mrs.
Xannie (r. Mitchell, deceased, and upon
your failure so to do, this cause will
proceed ex parte as to you; and that
a copy of this order he published for
four consecutive weeks in the Colum
A copy Attest:
A. X. AKIX, Clerk and Master.
Figuers .V Padgett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
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