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THE COLUMBIA IIERAlm: FKIHAY, NOVEMBER 25
49c a Garment.
!)8c a Suit.
A BARGAN TO BOAST ABOUT!
We boast of this bargain be
cause we believe it is the
bluest and best ever offred
A large shipment of this un
derwear just received lrom
New York, bought cheap, so
we sell it cheap. Not old
stock, not old fishion ribbed
Roods, but new, seasonable
goods in t'ree colors, blue,
gray and brown
49c a Garment
98c a Suit.
To get full benefit of this bar
gain, be sure tocntne while
your size is here.
t. i mm
The $5.00 and $6.00 Pants
all p alike at . $4,
inn -niM.n "
MAURICE, The Tailor,
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
Office: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Specialties: ;Fire, Tornado, Piatt
flass, Employers Liability and Steam
CIIKAPKsr VI KMTUKE
In town nt fink 11. Dolson's new store
Northwest Corner Square.
Nice lied Konm Hulls nt M.iK).
Kt'dsiil $l.tvr. K. K.soiind up.
Tables l.7.i. l-'.-S. l.fxi
llundsonie Massive Onk Hulls, at fV).(K).
Look at these goods before you hnv.
It K..ANK II. HMII II.
The linn of MrKennon A Nichols having
been dissolved hy imitiiii! agreement, i. W.
Nichols assumes full control of the hu-1-lu'stmnd
will pay Its debts and collect all
uiuounts due Mild linn.
(t. W. Nichols.
noYlHt W.K. McKknos
The firm of I'lvyne A Grucy hnvlni; this
day been dissolved by inuiunl agreement,
H.r. I'liyne retains the business, nml all hc
counts due he rtrni will be collected by
1'nyne. Hiild Payne nlso assumes the In
debtedness of t he II rm.
This the 1st day of April, istis.
Hlgued, ('. B. GHACY,
novis It H. 1'. I'AYNK.
c Carry the follow in
veil-known brands of
MONARCH, CUM It Kit LAM)
(iet our prices before huvlng.
W. II. 1IAV1S & CO
Oilier: Ititftle'x hl Sluml.
july 20 CitUrvn' Telephone Xo. 01.
Columbia :-: Athenseum,
Bonriling and D it y School for Girls.
Instruction in Primary, High School and
full College work, wltli special advantage
in Music, Art, Elocution, short-hand and
FRU T;,r.mMw.'. September 5, 1898.
For catalogues or further Information
KOKKKT I). SMITH,
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LESS THAN ONE CENT EACH.
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Weekly, Sixty -four Column.
For Fifty Cents A Year
we will send the Weekly Chattanooga
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lies in the South. Special attention
paid to News, Household and Farm
On Hecept of Ten Cents
we will send t he paper to you for 00
days as an introductory. , Send your
10 cents. Address
The Weekly Chattanooga Times,
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Liberal terms given. nov4
If you want the news
Change in Schedule.
A change In the railroad schedule
went into effect this week. The time
for the departure of the Columbia
Accommodation in the evening has
changed from 7 o'clock to 6:25, and
the Sunday accommodation on the
N., F. & S. has been dropped.
Indictments for Murder in
the First Degree
RETURNED BY THE IJRANI) JURY.
Cane Continued Until Next Term Odll-
Itrnwn Krencli of Promise Suit Attract
Much Attention J udge Holding Make
a Special Chare In Regard to the CI Bu
Circuit Court has been quite busy
the past week, and a large amount
of business has been transacted. The
state docket was taken up the first
of the week, and among the more
important cases disposed of were the
following: Andy Brown and Arch
Warren, colored, 3 months each in
the work-house for larceny: Will
Hawkins, housebreaking, 3 years
in the penitentiary; John Reece,
housebreaking and larceny, 2 years
in the penitentiary; Paul Martin,
larceny. 3 months in the work-house.
Judge Holding is fast building for
himself an excellent reputation.
He strictly maintains the dignity
of the court, and keeps the utmost
order in the court-room, allowing no
smoking, standing up or talking,
and liis rulings are always fair and
The Irvine Case.
The Grand Jury returned an In
dictment Tuesday of murder in the
first degree against Warren and
Drew Trvine and their imther, Mrs.
W. T. Irvine, for the killing of Cam
Simmons at Carter's Creek on Bun
day, Oct. 16, Mrs. Irvine being held
as an accessory Immediately after
wards Sheriff Hiirht had Mrs. Ir
vine, who has been out on bond,
brought to town and placed in jail.
The next morning she and her sons
were foimally arraigned in Circuit
Court. Judge Holding found that it
would be impossible to bring up the
case for trial at this court, as every
day between now and the end of the
term will be occupied with cases al
ready set, and several days would
have to be consumed in hearing this
case. The case was continued until
the next term of court, and Feb
ruary 27 was the date set for hearing
it. The attorneys for the defend
ants entered a motion for bail, which
motion will come up for hearing be
fore Judge Holding Dec 5, and in
the meantime they will be kept in
jail. This is the beginning of a case
that will attract widespread atten
tion, and in which sum nt the best
legal talent of the st hh iil be em
Special Charge I Mi Grand Jury.
Judge Holding d livered a special
charge to the grand jury Wednesday
in regard to the anti cigarette law,
the constitutionality oi which was
upheld in a decision by the Supreme
Court Saturday. He instructed the.
jurors to find indictments in all
cases where cigarettes or cigarette
papers were either sold or given
away in any shape, lorm or quan
Odil v. Ilrnwii.
The rase of Miss Sarah Alberta
Odil against W. Hugh Brown was
taken up Wednesday morning, and
has attracted much interest, the
court-room being crowded with spec
tators while the evidence was hem?
heard and the arguments made
This is a breach of promise suit for
$10 000, complainant charging that
defendant, after gaining her affec
tions and promising to marry her,
had married another woman.
The evidence in the case closed
yesterday at noon, and In the after
noon the argument was begun. The
plaintiff is represented bv Messrs
H. P. Figners, L. P. Padgett and W.
H. Fleming, and the defendant bv
Messrs. E. H. Hatcher and V. B
Hog Trough Iron.
Grates and Grate Baskets,
It J. P. Street Co.
MAIL CARRIER EXAMINATION.
It Will lie Held Jan. 7, 1 Sl!)-1.arBe Niim
her of Applicants.
Postmaster Fariss has received in
structions from the United States
Civil Service Commission, announc
ing that the examination for mail
carriers would be held In this city
on Jan. 7, 1899, commencing at 9 a.
The examination will consist of
spelling, arithmetic, letter writing,
penmanship, copying from plain
copy, geography of the United States,
and reading addresses. The aritn-
metic will consist of tests in the fun
damental principles, extending as
far as common and decimal fractions
and embracing problems.
The age limitations for this exam
inations are as follows: Clerk, not
less than 18 years: Carrier, between
21 and 40 years. Applicants for car
rier must weigh at least 125 pounds,
must be not less than 5 feet, 4 Inches
This examination H open to any
citizen of the United States, who
complies with the requirements, but
preference will be given to those
eligibles who are legal residents of
this city and vicinity. There are
nearly a hundred applicants for the
position, about 25 of whom live in
the country and in adjoining coun
ties. Application blanks can now
be had at the post-office.
Mr. Hugh Fariss has been made
temporary secretary of the board,
and anyone desiring information on
the subject may apply to him.
A Fortune Within a Year.
New York, Nov. 21. After a resi
dence of 361 days in the Klondike,
where he arrived penniless, Frank
E. Simons has come to this city with
gold dust worth $141,000 and a total
fortune which he estimates at not
far from half a million.
The cheapest, yet the best!
100 lb8 of Lead costs $fi BO
6 gals. Linsded Oil coats 8 0
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 sella
$1.50 per gallon.
for l8s than
1 gallon Hammar Paint costs ..$1 50
I gallon pure Linseed oil costs. 60
Making 2 gals, ready for brush
cost $2 10
Making 1 gal. ready for brush
cost 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.
SOLD I EH NOTES.
The Two Full Keicliiient Will It it Here
Lieut. Ed M. Martin, of Com
pany 1., b irst Mississippi, has re
turned from a visit to his home at
Meridian, Miss. He has been ap
pointed Captain of his comnany, to
take the place of (Japt. U. W. Scham-
ber, who had resigned, and was
mustered in Monday. Capt. Mar-
tion is the youngest Captain in his
regiment, being only 22 years of age,
and during his stay here has made
himself quite popular. The Meridi
an (Miss.) News, in speaking of him,
'The new captain of Company I Is
a general favorite, not only with
company members, but with every
body who is fortunately acquainted
with him. He has a great big heart
beating in his manly bosom and has
often given up his last centto some
unfortunate soldier boy in need.
rhere is not a member of Company
I who would not die for their gal
lant young commander, so great is
their love for hiin. First Lieut
Oabe Jacobson is also a favorite
with the men as he has always
shown great consideration for their
welfare whenever occasion de
manded it, and his promotion will
meet with universal approval.'
Next Monday, November 28, is
the time of the expiration of the
furloughs of the absent members of
the Mississippi regiments, and then
we will have soldiers here, sure
enough. Some of the boys have Al
ready arrived, and between now iiid
Monday they will be pouring in on
every train, until the two full regi
ments are here, reparations are
being made for their reception at
Camp Hamilton. Among the offi
cers who have arrived the past week
are, Capt. T. H. Shields, Capt. Shan
non, Lieuts. French, Chatham and
There are ten patients in the hos
pital at Camp Hamilton, two of
them being the victims of accidents.
The most serious of the cases is that
of a soldier who had his foot badly
mashed while hopping a freight
train at the depot one day last week.
Lieut. It. J. McGuire, of Company
B., Second Mississsippi, has been
made marshall of the provost guard.
Winter Lap Robes.
Larger stock and lower
than any body.
It J. P. (STREET oi
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Mr. II. T. Chumney, of Worches-
ter, Indiana, and Mrs. J. W. Gibson,
of Uidley Station, are viaiting Mrs.
A. It. Chumney and family.
Dr. Joseph O-ment and daughter,
Miss Stella, of Chattanooga, and
Mrs. M. G. Corpier and little Miss
Mary Fitzpatrick, of Mooresville,
are visiting the families of Mr. W. Y.
C. Grant and Mrs. Nettie M. Brown.
Mr. Jesse, Wilson and mother, were
visiting Mrs. John McOee, at Rid
ley's Station recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pugh are visit
ing relatives at Hampshire.
Misses Kate and Loueiia uatton,
of Hampshire, and Mrs. Susie Dile-
hay, of uroveland, are visiting Mrs.
Frank Pugh this week.
Mr. Thomas Wilson, or uuiasm, is
visiting the family of Mr. W. N.
Mrs. W..S. Tucker, after a visit
with relatives at Mt. Pleasant, has
Mr. and Mrs. James Pilkilton s
little baby. Lillie H.den, is quite
sick at this writing. We wish tor it
a speedy recovery.
Mr. A. t . lirown snippa iz neaa
of voung Jersey . ca'tle Tuesday to
Nashv e. for the Dir Jersey saie
yesterday. Mr. Browu left yester
dav for the sale.
Messrs. Grant Bros., are very busy
now Ailing their orders for fruit
trees, shipping every day very large
lots. They say that they have not
near enough apple trees for the de
mand of their trade. Tramp.
COAL AND COKE.
We are sole agents for the follow
ing well-known and popular coals:
St. Bernard, Umpire,
The North Jellieo, J-Ana,
And St. Bernard lump and crushed
Coke. Please send us your orders.
feP9 em John A. Walker & Co.
OVER THE COUNTY
Photos, 10 for 10c, at Young's, tf
Many fine porkers have been
slaughtered in M-tury County this
Mrs. J. A. Timmons and children
will go to Florida shortly to spend
Mr. Hardy Skelley, of the 20th dis
trict, will slaughter 300 hogs this
Mr. Patton Whittaker has moved
from Santa Fe to the King place in
Dr. and' Mrs. T. Mangrem have re
turned from a visit to relatives in
Mr. Lee Neeley has sold his farm
in the Lasea neighborhood to
'Squire Joe Hardison.
Mr. Win. Holmati, of the nock
Side neighborhood, has sold his
farm to Mr. Davis Mitchell for $5,000.
Mr. Dock Bailey had his house
near Mt. Joy destroyed by Are sev
eial days ago. Part of the house
hold furniture was saved.
A new station-house will be built
at Hill's Station, on the N., C. &
St. Louis Railroad, in the near fu
ture. Mrs. C. S. Williamson, of Culle
oka, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
.1. K. Johnson. Williamson County
Drs. W. K. and Leon Sheddan at
tended the meeting of the Middle
Tennessee Medical Association in
Nashville last week.
The families of Messrs. Benjamin
Hemstead, Adee and Pitcher have
moved here from Michigan and lo
cated in the McCain's neighborhood.
Eight cars ot ear corn, seven cars
of shelled corn, two cars of wheat
and one car of live stock have been
shipped from Godwin the past week.
Mr. John Forbes will sell out all
his property at his larm near Kh
dron on December 13, preparatory
to going to Arkansas, where he will
make his future home.
Prof. D. C. Kinnard, of Pleasant
Grove, Rutherfod county, is visiting
relatives in this county. Prof. Kin
nard is an old Maury County biy,
and is now teaching a prosporoue
school at Pleasant Grove.
Overseer Wanted !
On my farm.
Walter C. Tvndall,
Citizens' Telephone 150. tf
HEAL EST AY 15 TRANSFERS.
D. F. Watkins to R. V. Watkins,
terest in M acres in l.'lth dist., $7,(H0.
J.W. Havetal. to Wiley Harris 211
acres in 1st dist., (U.OOO.
A. N. Akin, U. A M., to N. Holman, lot
in 1st ward, $000.
Anna O. MeChinchev to M. E. Wheel
er, (! acres in 11th dist..$2,4iH
Camilla Copeland et al to W. E. Kirk
patrick, interest in '2. tracts in liith (list ,
J. S. Frierson to Alex and Joe Pillow,
ll acres in mil dist., I50
W. D. Gillespie to M. E. Wheeler, 310
acres in 11th dit , $IU,H80.
Southern Home B. A; I Association
to Mrs. I. K. Pavne, lot iu 3rd ward,
Perrv A. Tavlor to Perrv P. Taylor,
M acres in 20th dist., $l,4oO.
C. It .Porter et ux . to M. S. Thomp
son, (i acres in 10th dist., $1,100.
W. A. Pulliam et ux., to J no. W. Frv,
70 acre in 11th dist., $:i.noo.
John W. Fry to M. E. Wheeler, 70
acres 11th dist., $4,000.
M. McClellan to Josephine A. Mc
Clellan, lot in -4th ward, gift.
M. McClellan to Mrs. Lena Jones, lot
in 4th ward, gift.
J. V. Evans to H. lv. Estes, interest in
land in Nth dist., $ .
John W. Perry and wife to R. K.
Estes, interest in land in Hth dist., $700.
Figners it Padgett to .luo. II. Carpea
ter, house and lot in 2nd w.trd, $2,4(KI.
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
walking hats at less than cost. 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.
Mrs. M. E Williamson,
In T. N. Figuers' Store.
MIm Williamson' Entertainments.
One of the most delightful social
functions of the season was the en
tertainment given at the elegan
home of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. William
son, corner esixin ana mgn streets,
on Thursday evening of last week,
when their daughter, JNltss itenecca
Fleming Williamson, received a
large number of her friends, lhe
house was decorated in a most ai
tractive manner lor the occasion
with ferns and chrysanthemums,
and numerous waxen candles shed a
soft, mellow light over all. lhe
large double parlors an irdea an ex
cellent place for dancing, and for
several hours the happy party glid
ed through the merry inaz-43 of the
irerman. led in a most graceful man
ner by Mr. W. W. Moore and Miss
Williamson. Frappe was dispensed
by Miss Nellie Willi tmson, and at a
late hour an elegant menu was
served. When the hour for depart
ure came, the guests left the scene
with a feeling ot reluctance, wishing
for the charming hostess a thousand
happy returns for the evening's
Mr. John Trotwood Moore gave a
reception at his home in West End
last Friday evening, complimentary
to the teachers of the Institute. An
elegant supper was served, covers be
ing laid for fourteen. Each guest was
Prepare for Cold Weather Hy
Taking Advantage of the
Following Low Trices.
Children's close ribbed vests and
pants at 7c, 10c, 14c each.
Children's gray mixed vests and
pants at 10c, 15c, 19c each
Children's all wool vests and pants
at 10c, 19c. 24c each.
Misses Union Suits, 24c. 35cand up.
Ladies' Union Suits, 2!c, 35c and
Ladies' Jersey ribbed vests and
pants, 15c, 19o, 24c, 44o and up.
Ladies' white morino vests and
pants, 29c, 35c each.
Ladies' gray, red and white wool
vests and pants, 49c, 69c, 74c' and 89i
Infants' and Children's wool hose,
Be. 10c, U". and up.
Ladies' wool hose, 15c, 19c, 24c, 29c
Ladies' Jersey fleeced lined gloves,
10c, 14n, 19c pair.
Ladies' and children's woolen
mittens. 8c. 10c, 12c, 14c, 19c pair.
Ladies' and children's wolen
hoods, all colors, 19c, 24c, 39o 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. 24c. 35c, 49c each.
Men's heavy white morino 6hirts
and drawers, 190, 24c, to 44c each.
Men's heavy fleece lined shirts and
drawers, 49c to each.
Men's gray and fancy wool shirts
and drawers, 49o, 69c to 89c each.
Men's white ami red wool shirts
and drawers, 49c. 74o, and 89c and up.
Boys' gray mixed and fleeced lined
shirts and drawers, 15c, 19u, 24c. and
Bovs' all wool shirts and drawers.
in-'24c. 33c each.
Full line of Men's and Boys winter
cans, all kinds.
Men's woolen sox, 15j, 19c, 24o and
Our stock of winter gloves and
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.
II. T. Crews to Miss L. E. Golden.
Alex Kidd to Miss Dora Harrison.
W. M. Jameson to Miss Lillian
John O. Skinner to Mrs. LiJa Em
erson. Subscribe or th Herald.
given a souvenir menu card, done
by Miss Hall of the Institute. On
the front leaf of the card was
hand-painted Gibson picture, and
on the second leaf a quotation from
some poem out of "Songs and Sto
ries of Tennessee." The following
couples were in attendance: Miss
Hall. J. L. Hutton: Mis Blaikie,
W.W.Moore; Miss Elliott, Isaac
Ball; Miss Louise Woldridge, H
A. Webster; Miss Morgan, John W
Frierson; Miss Pearl Provine, E
0. Perry; Mis Bettion, John Trot
wood Moore; Mrs. Morgan and Mrs
W. P. Woldridge acted as chape
Mrs Hines' pupils gave a very en
lovable Thanksgiving entertain
ment in the primary department of
the Institute Wednesday. In addi
tion to the songs, inarches and reci
tations, the tots brought an offering
of fruits, candies, cakes, etc , to
give to children less favored in the
Hope Rebekah Lodge No 57 gave
an enjoyable entertainment in the
Odd Fellows hall last evening, A
programme consisting of recitations,
music and "peeches was rendered,
after which a repast was served.
Mitchell Wagons, none so good, buy
the best. See
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
J. B. Kerr, et. al.,vs. Mary L.
In the Chancery Court at
Kerr, et. al.
Colli m bis,
Pursuant to a decree entered In above
styled cause, at the October term, 1SRH,
ori minutes at page 27, 1 will, on
Monday, the 12th day of December,
1 Hi S, 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, hounded and described as
follows, to-wit: Situated in the Fourth
Civil District of Maury County, Ten
nessee, and hounded north by tlie lands
of Rullmfant and Smith ; on the south
hy Moore and Marsh; on the west by
the lands of Hight, Matthews and Will
lams, and the east by the lands of (t. W.
Parks, containing about US acres, more
orless.lt beinir the same assigned to
the widow of M. N. Kerr, as homestead,
hy commissioners appointed by the
ounty Court of Maury County, Ten
TERMS Sh,1 sale will be made on a
credit of fl and 12 months, except the
sum 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 of tho
This the Ilth dav of November, 18!I8.
S. B. Hardison, Adms., et. als, vs. El
len Frank, et. al.
Id the Chancery Court, at Colli mbia.Ten-
Pursuant to a decree entered In above
styled cause at the October term, 18U8,
oii minutes at page 11, 1 will, on
Monday, the 12th day of December,
1808, at the court-house door, in Colum-
dia, Tennessee, sell to the highest and
best Didder, tho laud described in said
becree, bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit: Hounded on the north by
the lauds of Sam B. Hardison: on the
east by the lands of S. S. Black ; on the
soutn oy tne lands or Wallace Sowell;
and on the West by Duck River, con
taining by estimation about 158 acres,
less 70 53-80 allotted to T. J. Tindle,
leaving 88'4 acres by old survey; see
plat and survey ou tile in the ollice of
the Clerk and Master of the Chancerv
Court for Maury County. Said tract will
tie sold for one-half cash, and the bal
ance on a credit of one year. Note with
good personal security will be required
ana nen retained to secure the balance
purchase money, said note to bear in
terest from date of sale
Skpond Tkact. Bounded as follows:
On the north by Duck River; on the
east by the lands of S. S. Black, and on
the south by Hie above 1"8 acre tract;
and on the west by Duck iver, con
taining uy estimation 310 acres, more or
Terms of Salo on Second Tract. -One-
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 be required of the
purchase! , and a lien retained to secure
the payment of the purchase money.
i ins tne 'itn day or November, is)8.
A. N. AKIN, Clerk A Master.
Clerk and Master's Office, )
Columbia, Tenn., Nov. 11, 180S. j
t. M. Allen, Complainant, vs. Mrs.
Nannie C. Mitchell, Defendant.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In this cause it anoearinir that the de
fendant, Nannie C. Mitchell has de
parted this life, leaving Mrs. Mary E
Bobbins, wife of M. C. Robins, Charles
Mitchell, .lames T. Mitchell, Krank
Mitchell, Fannie Whipple, wife of Uai
ly Whipple, Maude Woolf, wife of J. M.
Wolf, and Virginia Mitchell, as her
only heirs at law, and at the Octoher
term, 1808, an order was entered in the
ab-ve cause directing a scire facias to
issue for the above named norsons.
and it appearing that all of said per
sons are non-residents 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, 1808, tlie same being a rule day
of this court, and sh v cause, if any
they have, why 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. Bob
bins, Charles Mitchell, James T. Mitch
ell, Frank Mitchell, Fannie Whipple,
wife of Baily Whipple, Maude Woolf,
wife of J. M. Woolf and Virginia Mitch-
ell, and each of you to enter your ap
pearance in this cause as above ordered
on or before Monday, the 5th day of
December 1808. the 6ame heinu a rnlo
day of this com land show cause, if any
.. L. .. 1 .1.1. . .
juu nave, wuy inis suit oe not revived
against you as heirs at law of Mrs.
Nannie C. Mitchell, deceased, and upon
your failure so to do, this cause will
proceed ex parte as to yon; and that
a copy of this order be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Colum
A copy Attest:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk and Master.
Figuers A Padgett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
J. S. Hickman, et. al., vs. Lula Hick
man, et. al.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee, Pursuant 'o a decree entered in above
styled cause, at the October term, 1808,
on minutes at page (W,, I will, on
Monday, the- 12th Day of December,
1X08, at the court-house door. In Colum
bia, Tennessee, sell to the highest and
best bidder, the land described in aM
decree, bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit: Situated in the Sixth Civil
District of Maurv Countv. 'I en nesaee.
and bounded on the north bv ('nrtu
Ureen and J. S. Hickman: on the east
by tha Richard Foster 'arm; south by
and T. J. Corender, containing lot) acres,
more or less.
TERMS. Said salo will be made on a
credit of 12 and 24 months, except tho
sum of one third, which will be re
quired in cash on day of sale. Sale free
from the equity of redemption. Votes
bearing Interest from date of sale wilt
be required of the purchaser, and a lien
retained to secure payment of the pur
A. N. AKIN. C. . t
'uKKer, nun west oy w. r. ureen
J Thja the 11th day of Nov., 1 s. 4t