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to all our friends and
Here's wishing you
much ot happiness,
and may you
T. N. FIGUERS.
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Officer Room 17, Masonic Building.
Spbsialtirs: Fire, Tornado, Plat
laas, Kmployers Liability and Steam
Boilei Insurance. anl5
VA LKAKLK F I KM KMC n A I.K,
111 (-Mtes County, at. Aspen II 1 1 1, seven mlleg
south f l'nliihki; Inii acres, twin I1 ic grass;
Kfk bottom lands; no buck-bone; on L.
A N H.1L, ( all on or address
tf '1'.. II. Bkowsixh, l'ulnskl, Tenn.
I. I. BRAY,
ffvfltrJ wmtl Medalist of the Ontario
Veterhuwy- Cvlleye, Toronto, Canada,
Office:: Ilai'lan, Parks it Harlan's Stable.
Thlt-plioiie . fel12.
lVe Carry the follow ins:
ell-kmwji brands of (JQUJ
MONARCH, W M It K K I. A M
Oet oip prievs liefore liuvini?.
. II. DAVIS & CO
BfHeei Inttlfi'n 1)1,1 .Stand.
July :?J Citizens' Telephone Xo. 91.
Dr: IT. M. BIDDLE.
fflce: Corner High and Eighth Street
Ollice hours: 8 to 1(1-3 to 4.
tWKll.V((SAM) LOTS FOIISAI.K,
Several houses and lot for sale for cash or
u tvnie. K. II. SMITH. It
Xeginuinir at 1 1 o'clock a. in., .1 miliary
I will s?II rr the highest bidder the per
sonal property of M rs. Keheeca (. How
mi, deoewned, eonsistini; of the follow
ing item. t-wit:
Stoveutensils and other kitchen and
dining room furniture: several hed
iteads, tables, bureaus, chests, feather
beds, chairs, bath-tub, etc.
A larpe lot of millet hay and clover
IVay ; ten acres oats in bundle; lot f
iw'eet potatoes, and l.ouo barrels of corn.
Ten work mule, 21 steers (1 and 2-year-old
grazers). .' heifer, 3 milch
cows, half inteiest in hull, SS sheep and
lamb, one tine boar, 1411 stock hogs.
Tool and Implement.
Two open elevator right hand "Me
Boimjck" b'nders, used one and two sea
sons respectively; 2 old Deerltm" hind
ers ; new "Superior" disc drill; 1 "Hoo
sier" drill ; 1 grain grader; I new "Mc
tJorirvlrk" mower; 1 each "Deering"
and "Wood" mower; 1 hay tedder; 2
new dine plows, "Molioe" and "Tiger;"
2"New f)eal" and 2 "Cassidv" sulky
PJowb;.2 "Imperial" i:oose-neck plows;
I No. 4) "Oliver" left hand; 1 No. 4
"Sotvtb Bend" plow; several cultivators,
double shovels and hulltoDgues; l disc
liarrowl "All Purpose" harrow ; 1 new
corn planter, check rower aud drill at
tachment. One new S'inch "Capitol" wagon
One new 3'-inch "Uushford" wagon.
One good H' lnch wagon.
One old wait on.
One feed-cutter, hand or power; 2eorn
ehellers; 1 new scalding box; a farm
bell; large lot harness, blacksmith
tools, spring wagon, phaeton, sulky,
hovels, picks, garden imulements, etc.
One set surveyor's instrument, com
plete ;one transit.
Term of Sale.
For all sums under $2.".00, cash will be
ie(,uretl. For sums over $25 (Hi, pur
chaser may give note for six months,
with approved eeurity. .
. J. PoHTKK, Administrator,
Desirable residence for rent on West
.Seventh Si reel. Apply to
It Kuans II. Smith.
KvrWiMe man In this vicinity to open a
irttall office mid handle my goods. Posi
tion permanent and isooU pay. If your
record Is O. K. here Is an opening for you.
JTlHdlv iiivnumi this paper when writing.
12-SSKt A. T. Moiskis. Cincinnati. O
wear longer and run lighter than
my wagon on the market. See
i SATTERriK'in & Dopsox.
Tuesday morning; at 9 o'clock, at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Lochridge on South Garden
street, Miss Adelene Laura Lips
comb was united In tnnrriage to Mr.
Ed Church, Rev. P. A. Sowell
About this marriage there hangs
an interesting bit of romance. Mr.
Church and Miss Lipscomb had been
"friends" in the sense of the word
as used in lovers' lore tor several
years, and, so the story goes, were
engaged to be. married when Mr.
Church removed from here about
two years ago. For some reason,
however, the marriage was post
poned, and, as appears from sub
sequent events, the love between the
two began to wane, and the engage
ment was broken olT.
When the two regiment" of Mis
sissippi volunteers were brought
here some weeks ago, one among the
number was Sergeant Carl Hugo
Drake. A strong friendship grew
up between Miss Lipscomb and
Sergt. Drake, and this friendship
quickly ripened into love. The re
sult was that their marriage was
publicly announced in the Herald
last week, and the wedding was to
liHve taken place last Wednesday
morning at 0:30 o'clock at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T E. Lipscomb, on South Main
street. Cards were issued announc
ing the marriage, hikI all prepara
tions had been made for the event.
Several days ugo, however, Mr.
Church arrived In the city, and this
niiide a change in the program. He
begun immediately with a true
lover's ardor to ingratiate himself
once more into the ntTections of the
lady who had always been first in
his heart's affection, and to try to
regain the hand that bad once been
promised to him. As with him so
with her; the old love was the
strongest. and being wooed the young
lady quickly returned to her flr-t
love. The remainder of the story is
told in the first paragraph of this
Mr and Mrs. Church left Tuesday
evening on the north-bound train
fcr Nashville, and will go from there
to McMinnvllle, Tenn., where they
will reside for the present.
The' bride is a fascinating young
lady, and possesses many noble
qualities. Mr. Church formerly
lived at this place, but is now a
traveling representative for a ma
chine company. He is a half
brother to Mr. II. C. Church of this
city, and a highly respected aud de
serving young man. The many
friends of these two popular young
people will extend to them their
congratulations and best wishes for
a happy married life.
Yesterday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock, at the home of the bride on
North High street, the rites of
matrimony were solemnized be
tween Miss Katherine Sheppard and
Dr. W. L. Rucker, of Little Rock,
The parlor had been prettily deco
rated for the occasion with palms,
mistletoe and evergreens. The bride
and groom entered from an adjoin
ing room while the sweet notes of
Mendelsshon's wedding mirch were
being played by Miss Pearl Phelan.
Dr. F. B.'Webb met the bridal pair,
and impressively pronounced the
ceremony which mide them man
and wife. The bride was handsome
ly attired in a traveling eostum.
Dr. and Mrs. Rucker left on the 5 MO
train for Little Rock, Ark., where
they will make their home
The bride is a daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. W. C. Sheppard of this ciry,
and adds to her personal charms
the qualifications of a true help
meet. Dr. Rucker is a rising young
dentist, and is at present associated
with Dr. R. J. Houthworth, of Little
Rock, Ark. The Herald joins with
the many friends of the happy
couple in wishing them much suc
cess aud happiness in their new
A Double Wedding.
On last Sunday m -rning at 10
o'clock at the home of the brides
near Berlin, Miss Cornelia Morton
and Mr. W. E. Haidison and Miss
May Morton and Mr. Will Cheek
were united in the holy bonds of
matrimony, both couples being m ir
ried under the same ceremony,
which was said by Elder J. H. Mor
ion, father of the brides. A large
number of friends and relatives of
the contracting parties were in nt
tendance. After the ceremony, the
bridl pirty repaired to the home of
Mr. F. M. Hardison, near Leftwich
bridge, where a dining was tendered
them, and afterwards they went to
the home of Mr. John Cheek, where
they were given a reception. The
brides are both charming young
ladies, and have many friends who
wish for them and the companion
they have chosen for life, much
happines. Mr. Hardison is a school
teacher by profession and Mr. Cheek
Is an industrious young farmer, and
both are highly respected and de
serving young men.
Mr. A. Sidney Cameron, formerly
of this place, but now of Shetlild,
Ala., wa united in marriage to Miss
Minnie Seay, of Sheffield, at Iron
City last Saturday night. The mar
riage was very much of a surprise to
the relatives and friends of Mr.
Cameron in this city. As both of
the parties were under age, they had
to come to Tennessee in order to
have the nuptials celebrated Mr.
Cameron is a son of Mr. W. D.
Cameron, of this city, and I a young
man for whom everyon lias the
highest respect. He has ben in
Sheffield for sever! years past in
the employ of the Nashville, Flor
ence & pihetHeld railioad, and now
occupies th position of clerk in the
Superintendent's office at that place.
His many friends here wish for him
and his bride a future of much hap
Mr. James Tindell and Mis Nan
nie Uray were united in marriage
last Sunday arternooi, at 4:;)o clouk
at th home of th bride's father,
Mr. It. Uray, near l.eftwlch Itridge,
KIder Weweii omciating. A recep
tion was tendered the bride and
groom atthe residenceof the groom's
father, Mr. Hany Tindell.
Another Iiiu1Im Wedding.
A double wedding took plac" at
the residence of Mr. Rlchnrd Hay
wood, on Knob Creek, last Wednes
day afternoon, when Rev. S. L.
Oupton pronounced the ceremony
which bound together the hearts
and lives of Mr. Thomas Latta and
Mis Hattie Sellers and Mr. A. J.
Marshall and Mis Nannie Hay
wood. After the ceremony a recep
tion was tendered the bridal party
'H the home of Mr. Latta near Suita
Fe. The contracting p irties are all
well-known and highly respected
young people, and they have the
very best wishes of many friends.
Miss Madie Jones, of Andrews,
and Mr. Porter Hardison, of the
Leftwich Bridge neighborhood, were
married last Fridav morning at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Rim Watson
in this city. Equire Tom H irdison
performing the ceremony. The mar
riage was a gretna-green aff.iir.
Owing to the critical illness of Mr.
Wm. Moses, Sr., all invitations to
the marriage of Mr. Win. Moes, Jr.,
to Miss Mary Oant, are recalled.
The City Grain & Feed Co., will
buy your corn in the ear on cars at
any station. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stephenson, of
Ashwood, entertained at a family
dining last Tusdav. To say that it
was one of Mrs. Stephenson's din
Ings is to speak of it in the most
complimentary terms possible. The
sentiment of the Christmas season
was revealed in each course as it
came, (n the decorations, in the good
cheer and happiness of the guests,
and the gracious hospitality of host
and hostess. Thoe present were
Mrs. Alice Tvndall, Mr. and Mrs.
T. N. Jones. Mrs. Hattie Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. F. D. Lander and Master
Frank Lander, Jr. -
One of the pleasant social func
tions of the week was a six o'clock
dinner Monday evening, given by
Rev. and Mrs. Thompson, compli
mentary to Mr. and Mrs J. F.
Urownlow and their guest-1 Mrsi1,
Loven and' Mr. and Mrs Ernest
Loven. Good cheer seasoned the
Marguerite, the charming little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S.
Alcorn, entertained her little
friends, Misses Nell Davis and
Estelle Peters, with a Christmas
Miss Mary Ridley and Mr. Will
Ridley gave an elegant Christmas
dinner to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dale,
Misses Annie Evans, Annie William
son and Louise Frierson, last Sun
day. Little Mls Annie Mai Cook en
tertained several of her friends with
a Christmas dinner.
Jersey heifer 1J years old, dark
fawn color with white spots. Wears
light-weight leather halter, finder
will be rewarded by notifying,
It Meade Frieksox.
SOUTH COL I'M MI A..
Allie Stewart came up from Mt.
Pleasant Christmas to see his home
folks. Clarence Trantham, of Sheffield,
Ala., is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Miss Fannie Burnett, of Mt. Pleas
ant, is visiting relatives and friends
Messra. Eugene and Herbert Guest
came up from Florence last Satur
day to spend the holidays with rela
From Tuesday evening until Fri
day evening of last week Riggage
Master Harrison Bullard w.ts kept
busv day and night checking the
soldiers' baggage, and had to be
assisted by Sam Burchfel, of Nash
ville. During the time mentioned
1,155 piecesof baggage were checked,
independent of the baggage of other
Mrs. Annie Cherry, of NashvillH,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. v. A.
Mrs. Leota Cartwright, of Nish-
ville, spent several days with rela
tives here the past week.
Frank Bennett has been on the
sick list this week.
Mrs. Janie Trantham has moved
back to her place in South Colum
bia. George and Currai Riece are both
seriously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Eugene Guest and little
daughter will leave this week for
their home in Florence.
Rev. J. F. Tinnon and son Eugene,
of Cedar Hill, were here this week.
Miss Willie Belle Grimes, we are
glad to report, is recovering from a
spell of sickness.
W. and I.
Cold and grippe tablets, guaranteed
to cure. Sold by
It WOLDRIDOK & IRVIXE.
City Marshal Jurksnn Remembered.
A number of Citv Marshal John
W. Jackson's friends presented him
with a handsome suite of parlor fur
niture last Saturday as a Christmas
gift, aud in recognition of his ser
vice as City Marshal. The pre
sentation speech was made by City
Counsellor L B. Hughes.
Garwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A.B.Rains.
COAL AND COKE.
We are sole agents for the follow
ing well-known and popular coals:
St. Hrrnard, Ewpirc,
The Xorth Jellirn. Jfltnn.
And St. JUrnard lump and vniHhed
i ok. nease sena us jour orders.
ep9 Am John A. Walker - Co.
Geo. Shelton has the grip.
Mr. R. F. Davis is sick with the
Mr. Geo. Harlan is confined to his
bed with the grip.
Mr. R. E. Hogan is confined to his
bed with the grip.
Mr. John Trotwood Moore con
tinues to Improve.
Miss Mamie Williamson has been
sick for the past week.
Miss Emma Pickens has recover
ed from a eprll of sickness.
William Evans hai recovered
from a spell of sickness.
Mrs. James Roberts is on the sick
list this week with the g'ip.
Mr. F. M. Nichols has been on the
sick list for the past two weeks.
Mrs. W. F. Embry and Mrs. W. R.
Enibry are both ill with the grip.
Miss Annie Bennett has been sick
this week, but is now improving.
Mrs. W. L. Davis, we are sorry to
report, is suffering from an attack of
Mrs. Ed Gordon has been a great
sufferer this week from acute Indi
gestion. Dr. A. O. Kennedy was quite sick
the first o( the week, but is ab'e to
sit Up now.
Mr. T.N. Figuers and daughter.
Miss Willie Figuers, are sufferln,,'
with the grip.
Mrs. James McKennon and daugh
ter Miss Wilburn, are on the sick
list this week.
Circuit Court Clerk W. F. Embry
has been numbered with the sick
the past week.
Mr. Jackson Alexander and daugh
ters, Misses Fannie and Mattie, are
on the sick list.
Mrs. Lizzie Frierson, who has had
a severe attack of the grip, continues
to improve slowly.
Mr. Carrick F iris Is out again af
ter being confined to his b 'd for sev
eral days with illness.
Mrs. 8. E. Thompson and daugh
ter, Miss Clara Thompson, are num
bered among the sick.
Rush Gresham has been on the
sick list this week, but. we are glad
to report, is now improving.
Mr W. H. Bell, clerk for J. G.
Da im wood, is sick with the grip at
his home at Carter's Creek.
Mrs. W. R. Greenlaw and Miss
Pearl Provine were amo.ig the
many unfortunates afflicted with the
Mrs. H. P. Figuers has been quite
sick for the past week, and we are
sorrv to say that her condition was
Mr J. A. Ketchum, the barber,
has been seriously ill wi h pneu
monia, but his friends will be glad
to hear that he is now improving.
Mr. J. C. Taylor is nuinoered
among the unfortunates on the sick
list. He was quite sick for a day or
two but is recovering.
Dr. AIerrill, the dentist, has been
confined to his bed for a week, with
pneumonia. He is better now, and
expects to be out in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ruttle and
little daughter Nettie May, and Mrs.
Kuttle s father, Mr. Gilchrist, are
all ill with the prevalent malady
Mr. J. B. F. Dowell was taken sud
denly ill yesterday, and had to have
several physcians with him. It is
to be hoped that he will son re
Mr. W. M. Moore, who was on the
sick list last week but was out again
this week, had a relapse last Wed
uesday night and was quite sick
Mr. W. C. Aydelott. the Herald's
foreman, and Mrs. Avdelott and
Frank Aydelott. have all been con
fined to their beds this week with
Alma Tucker, of the Herald's
typographical force, has been con
fined to his room for the past week
with the grip. We are glad to re
port, however, that ''e is now im
Mr. A. J. (Gov.) Nichols had to
close his store for awhile yesterday,
as both he and his clerk, Mr. Clif
ford Adkisson, had fallen victims to
the grip. Mr. Adkisson, however,
has recovered sufficiently to be at
his post again.
Mr. W. H. Willson was laid up
with the prevalent cold last Mon
day and Tuesday ; but his bachelor
quarters got too lonesome, and he
pulled himself out Wednesday.
though still coughing.
Little Miss Olive Dobbins, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dobbins,
has been Confined to her bed nearly
all this pretty Christmas week, with
a severe cold and fever. Fortunate
ly for Olive, however, she can al
ways find conpanion in her books.
She is better now.
Oscar Church, the little son of Mr.
Robt. C. Church, was stricken sud
denly ill last Sundav with menin
gitis, a"d grew rapidly worse, until
in a few hours his life was despaired
of. From Sunday night until Tues
day morning h- was totally uncon
scious ; but Tuesday he showed mime
faint signs of returning conscious
ness, and this improvement con
tinued through Wednesday, until
ne came to recognize anyone who
came to his bedside, and to answer,
by nodding or shaking his head,
questions asked him; his tongue
being paraiizeu ne could not talk.
At this tlme.some hope for his re
covery was entertained; but Wed
nesday night he began to fail again.
and at our hour of going to press it
is not inougnt mat ne can survive
much longer. He is an unusually
bright, friendly, sociable boy; there
was not another oue of his size and
age in Columbia better known or
more universally liked. Always
polite, accommodating, bright and
happy, he carried sunshine in his
heart and on his face, and was an
im-piration to others to cheer up and
smile pack at him. He was a Pule
christian as well, thoughtful, duti
ful, regular at the Sundav-school
and church and communion table:
p w iiemei ne uvea or dies, (iod
knows best, and a bright reward and
happy home awaits him. His He.
parture if it must be so Is more to
others than to him. He was th id
and hope of the household; and for
Gifts For All
We are again prepared to
show you a full and com
plete line of Holiday Goods
with prices to please all.
A new and large assortment of Dolls,
Doll Buggies, Cradlesand Furniture
Toy Dishes, China or tin.
Blocks, games and Story B joks.
Wood, Tin and Iron "Toys.
Drums, Horns and other Musical
Ca.'ts, Wagons and Hobby Horses
and Toy Trunks.
Fancy Glass and China Vaces.
Metal and China Photo Frames.
Silver, Glass and China Nt ve Ities.
Presentation Books, stai d ard au
thors. Combs, Brushes and Toilet ar
ticles. Metal, Plush and Celluloid Toilet
Shaving SeU, Photo Cases and
Cuff aud Collar Boxes and Music
Fancy Metal Frame Mirrors, large
Fancy Cups and 8 mcers, Plates
Vace, Library and Hanging
Decorated Tea and Dinner Sets.
See our stock before you purchase.
those who are bereft of his bright
presence, whose hearts are torn and
whose hopes are dead, we would
carry the solace of the deepest, ten
derest sympathy, and bid them feed
upon the sweet assurance that there
is a home beyond, to which their
loved one has gone, and we shall
meet and know each other there,
where there shall be no pain or part
ing. THE SEASON
Hut ve have a few hats
left. Come find get. a
good Hat at your own
MRS. M. E. WILLIAMSON,
AT T. X. FIUUEKS STORK.
The corn crib of Mr. Fred Hanson,
hear Hurricane Switch, was burned
yesterday morning about 6 o'clock,
and abous 60 barrels of corn were
also consumed. It is supposed that
the fire was started by an incendiary.
Gen. Uarcla's Daughter Dead.
Miss Mercedes Garcia, daughter
of the late Calixto Garcia, the
Cuban leader, died Tuesday at
Thomasville, Oa., of consumption.
Bushels new corn in the ear wanted
by the City Grain & Feed Co. See
. 1 I A I
or leiepnune mem. tf
To Check Drunkenness.
In order to client Hn,i,
... - - '- v. I iitYcuiicns
among the troops in Havana an
order will hn UsnQfl t
sale of any sort of intoxicating
114U01B ui n American soldier in
uniform, under penalty of the con-
usv.ai.iiMi in mt) sewer s stock.
A Common Danger.
If you haveever had a cold which
.1 r ww ve away ' it mav
interest you to know it was a danger-
ohm nrncpnH i nt. Vim... .
...... ,- 'ci.r turn ua cougn
which is neglected paveg the way for
consumption, hron .hitis, asth iia or
catarrh Otto's Cure, the famous er-
man throat and luag remedy, will cure
any cough or cold and save you from
consumption Sold by J. A. Titcomb,
druggist. Prices 25c. and 50c. per bot-tie-
We pell Myors' pumps, hay tools,
and water tanks. See
tf Hatterfikld A Dwdsox.
Thrr Are S leinallcnllr and Cre.
fully Protfftcd hy Govern
United States Consul Mahin writes to
tliCKtntedepartnicnt from lieichenberg:
"Dohemia is one of the most populous
countries on the globe. Its climate ia
relatively cool, with rutlier severe win
ters. Therefore, much fuel is used. and it
is largely taken from the forests which
cover the mountain sides. Yet, after the
many centuries during which these
forests have furnished fuel and build
ing material for a dense population,
they retain nearly their primeval area.
This is due to the forethought of the
government in ordaining that as trees
wert cut down others should be plant
ed to fill the vacancies. Vust stretcher
of dense forests cover the mountain
slopes of this district. The wood is
mostly pine. Trees ore constantly be
ing cut. but wherever a clearing is
made, small trees are planted the next
Kpring. What ut a distance may ap
pear to be u bare spot in the forest,
011 near view is seen to be covered with
little trees K't out in symmetrical rows
and vurying in height according to
the length of time since they ver3
planted. These r.ew trec are raised
from the seed in snnill incisures scat
tered in the mountains, and ore thence
transplanted. A similar custom in the
United States might yet avert the se
rious danger threatening at Itast the
western pnrt,..c ou .c.'-mulry."
COLUMBIA MARKET REPORT.
Corrected weekly by McKennon &
Nichols and It. Holding.
Country I'rouuoe .
Cotton 4 4
Sorghum, from wagon 1 18
Butter I 150 2')
Hgg 17$ 18
Wool 5 25
Qinsetig .. 2 002 25
Chickens ll 15
Clear sides ti? 7
Hms 830 9
Crimson Clover 8 50
Blue Wrass 1 2501 50
Orchard Urass 1 50
Tlmothv 1 85
Red Top 75
Grain and Haj.
vVhat fi03 62
C rn 30(g 35
Ran clover, from wagon.... 60 fiO
fimoth .from wagon 60(8 85
Lard, from wagon 5) 6
Flour, per bbt . . 3 6004 00
Suirar, granulated 5 6X
Jorlee ... loci 20
4al, trom store 4fa 60
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LouUvilIe aim rtuahville Division.
So. i leaves 6:35 p. m,
So. 4 leaves 6:82 a. m,
Mo. 8 (Accommodation) leaves... 6:45 p. m,
Vo. " " leaves... fl:80 a. m
So. 8 (fast line) leaves 10:25 a. m
Vo. 1 ( fast line) leaves S:65 a. m
Vo 7 (Tuscumbla and Nashville
Accommodation) arrives 8:80 a. m
lo. 5 (I'ulaskl Acco'n) leaves.... 6:25 p'mm
Nashville and Florence Division.
(o. 7 Accommodation, leaves.... 10:28 a, m,
Vo 8 Florence Accommodation,
between Tuscumbla and
Nashville, arrives 6:30 p. a)
rahvllli, ChxttHnooga & St. Loul Hall-road-
Duck Klver Valley DlvUlon.
So. 1 leaves. R:o a. m,
So. 2 leaver 7:00 p. m,
So. 1 arrive .' 8-ou p. m.
So. i arrives 6:20 a. m.
. ClOBe connection is made witb through
trains on the Louisville and Nashville and
9reat Southern Railroad
J. a. wpconp,
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
Office: Front rooms In Masonlo Temple,
over rimiersiv Aiciemore g s'ore.
N. B. I have moved from the Whitthorne
Dlock; remember to call at my new Quar
Dr. Jos. T. Itleadors,
arden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Colombia, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Kethell Kloek, t COLUMBIA, TENN
Clkrk and Master's Officii, )
Columbia, Tenn., Dec H, 1HI. I
Robert Bowen et al., Complainant, vs.
ilmot Bowen, et. al., Defendant.
It appearing from atlidavit filed In
this cause that the defendants, John
Bowen, Marsh I. Bowen and Achilles
Bowen are non-residents of the State
It is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance heroin Kr. 1.1
. j. . v. ur Willi-
, , 'ust three da-V8 of the ext term
. umiucry .ouri, to be held at Co
lumbla, on the first Monday in April
next, lHlH.i, and plead, answer or demur
to complaint's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
tt i s order be published for four consec
utive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attrst:
t . Ai X; A K 1 N' c,erk M aster .
Jas. A. Smiser, Sol'r for Compl'L
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