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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: Fill DAY, DECEMBER 30, 1898.
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Muggies and fflapness
and all kinds of the v'ery best
JFmm implement s.
In a few days we will have in a car-load of wagons,
our friend to call and insp. ct our stock.
YVe will pay the highest price for com.
The Roberts Machine & Implement Co.
On matters of a political nature happening weekly?
If not, we otter all readers of
A most unique attraction in the form of a weekly
news letter issued by the well-known
McClure News Bureau, of Chicago, -which city is now the storm
center of the Second Battle
for Bimetalism. Headquarter of the three allied Free Si ver parties have already
been opened in Chicago, and Mark Hanna has recently announced his intention
of doiiiK likewise.
The battle of l'JOO Is already under way. and this news service will keep our
readers well informed on all movements leading up to the alignment of Forces
for the great struggle.
We shall, in addition to giving this unsurpassed weelv service, also prduce
letters written for this paper bv W. J. Bryan, John P. Altoelh, V. H. Harvby,
ChaSi A. Towne, Okorok Fked Williams ana other noted leaders of thought
'in the Silver movement.
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OVER THE COUNTY
Cabinet photos $1 per doz. Young
& Evans. tf
'The Routfh Rider," at McCain s
Academy last Friday night, made a
Mr. Fred Martin, of Little Rock,
Ark., Is visiting relativesand friends
in the county. -
The Mrury County Bell Telephone
Exchange has over 600 subscribers.
Merchants should consider this.
Mr. Dan Wilsford, of the McCains
neighborhood, is confined to his
room with nervous prostration.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell, of
Savannah, Trim., are visiting rela
tivrsiu the Jii-ar Creek neighbor
hood. Messrs. J. D. Kirk and W. D
R num. of Texas, are visiting rela
tives lu the Hampshire nelghDor
hood. Bring all your efcunk, 'coon and
'possum skins to ine. Highest mar
ket prices paid. 8-0 me before ell-
lug. I. Barkek. m2
The Endeavor Society at McCains
will give an oyster supper at Mc
Cain's Academy next Monday night,
to which the public is Invited.
Mrs. Mary McFarlana, of Lynn-
ville, is visiting her father, Mr.
Lewis Beck, in the Iron Bridge
Mr. Andrew Cunningham, of the
Broadview neighborhood, happened
to a painful uccident last Thursday
night, by the horse which he was
riding falling upon him and break
ini; his arm and otherwise bruising
We have calendars for our friends
and patrons. When j ou tnll to re
new your subscription, or bring us
an advertisement, or some job work,
call for a Hekal calendar of lH'.Mt,
and if you are not too slow in oom
ing. you will get one.
Christmas passed off quieter than
usual in Mt. Pleasant this year.
Deputy Sheriff Harder made five
arrests Saturday ni rht and Sunday
for drunkenness and disorderly con
duct. He had to knock one negro
in the head who resisteil arrest.
The Herald found Rev. Mr. U-
sery 9 norse lor Jinn . last wee. 11
had wandered out about uam s
Mill, when one of our subscribers
read the ad and telephoned the
whereabouts of the horse. It will
pay you to remember that it pays to
advertise in the Hekalh.
SACRIFICE TO A WOMAN.
NEVER HEARD OF OMAR.
Interesting Slorj Mt This Time of
How Kotetl Spaniard Gave lila
Skin 10 an American Lady.
Ihe Oriental Tentuiaker W Alto
gether an InLnown Quantity
to Tula Han.
When the American peace comrais-j
sloners In Paris receive dilatory and
refruclory notes from the Spanish com
missioner they find It interesting 10
remember that they were written or
inspired by a Spuniard whose arms
were sou rilled to save an Americuu
woman's life. Dr. .lose Congosto. for
mer secretary of the captain-general if
Cuba, and now one of tlu most obdurate
diplomatic opponents of America, once
gave skin from his arms 10 save the life
of Mrs. T. Burnet P.aldwin.
That was before the war. but not he
fore the condition of Cuba threatened
It. Mr. Kald-win is ; he w ife of T. Bur-
net Baldwin, a member 01 me union,
Manhattan. Tuxedo and New York
Yacht clubs. Hot h Mr. and Mrs. Bald
win are well known in New York to
cietv. She was a Miss Dillon.
The handsome, able and accomplished
Dr. Congosto was at one time Spanish
consul In Philadelphia, and was a gr.'at
friend of the Baldwins. One evening
he was at ;he Baldwins' house. He WLg
asked to sing. Mrs. Baldwin went to
ward the piano1 in order to accompany
him. and as she did so she upset a all
lamp. Without hesitating or reflecting
Mrs. Baldwin stamped on the flame
and in an instant she was a blaze of file.
Mr. Baldwin smothered the tlames with
his hands, and in doing so was severely
Mrs. Baldwin was severely burned,
and the doctors found that in order to
save her life skin would have to be
grafied on in place of that burned off.
Mr. Baldwin offered to submit to the
operation, out was not strong enough.
Then Dr. Congosto offered himself.
Mrs. Baldwin gradually grew better,
and finally her life and health were
After war was suspended Dr. Con
gosto visited the Baldwins at Game
Hall on his way from Havana to Paris,
and was royally entertained.
The recent'levival Ifi iTie interest at
tached' to Omar Khayyam, to the l!u
btiivnt. to Persian and oriental iiiuic
generally, and incidentally to Edward
Fitzgerald, widespread a It seemed t
be. has evidently not reached eery resi
dent of Chicago, says the Chronicle.
Liza Lehmnnn's sdng cycle has done
much to bring the. questioning poetic
philosophy of the Persian lentmaker
into popularity, but ther are still some
men and women in Chicago who are
ignorant of the name of Omar Khayyam
and to whom "The Persian Garden" ex
presses nothing more than Ihe lig!it3
and food of the Bismarck garden. The
other Saturday afternoon a fashionable
bachelor roamed Into the Fine Arts
building, nnd as he expressed it Inter to
the hostess of a studio tea. "met every
blessed woman he knew in town."
"What sort of a place is it down there,
anyway?" he nsked. curiously.
"Why. 1 suppose you met everyone
coming from the Persian garden." re
plied the artist.
"The Persian garden? Well, that
hardly sounds like the sort of place one
would expect to see women. It sounds
all right for men. though, and I goes?
I'll go down and investigate."
And the artist let him go. hut she told
(Continued from Third Page.)
' McCains, Dec. 2S, lw8.
There are sounds in the sky w hen the
year grows 0d,
And the winds of the w inter blow
When night and the moon are clear
and cold, '
And the stars shine on the snow.
r wild is the blast and the winter sleet
That heats on the window pane;
But blest 011 the frosty hills are the
Of the Christmas time again,
Chiming sweet when the night wind
Blest is the sound of the Chrhtm&s
The years that have fled like th? leaves
on the gale,
Since the morn of the Miracle-Birth,
Have widened the farao of the marvel
Till the tidings have tilled the earth!
And so in the climes of the icy North,
And the lauds of the cane and the palm,
By the Alpine cotter's blazing hearth,
And in tropic belts of calm,
"When list to-night the welcome swells,
Sweet and clear, of Christmas Bells!
his members present.
Wishing all a glad, happy and pros
perous New Year, I beat a retreat to the
land of "nod " Omeoa.
W. and I.
Cold and grippn tablets, guaranteed
to cure. Sold by
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
searches out all impurities in. the sys
tem and expels Ihem harmlessly by the
natural channels. mi
Water Valley, Dec. 2d. On the 21st
Week r Praver.
At a meeting of the Pastor's Asso
ciation on Monday, Dec. 2Gtb, it was
agreed that the several congrega-
tions of the city onserve me v een 01
Praver recosrnized by all the evan
helical churches of the U.S., viz:
first week in January.
Owing to the amount of sickness
among the.,uimb.ers of the. several
congregations and tne uaoiiiiy in
winter weather at this season of the
tint instead of
of December, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. .letT Kiuzer. at 3 o'clocK.the rites
of matrimony were solemnized between
their sister. Miss BeuUltJiratton and
Mr. A. L. ITutcheson. the neauiitui ana
imnressive cereinon v being performed
ed the occasion which bound these two having a service eauu 111111. ui nr.
Invinir hearts together. Immediately wept, that there sniouiu uh urn.
after the ceremony had been said, and three union services, viz: Sunday
congratulations given, Mr. and Mrs. niifht. Jan. lt. Wednesday night,
Hutcheson ana tneir aiieuuani- Jan 4th nd Sunday night, Jan. 8th.
Mesirs. Ernest Sowell and John Hem- ,. WrtS uHnDted as the
program for the week:
to the home 01 the groom s moinur.
STABS PRIMA DONNA.
The years come not back that have cir
"With the past of the Eastern land,
When Ue plucked the corn on the Sab
And healed the withered hand;
But the bells shall join in a Joyous
For the one who walked the sea,
And ring again for the better time,
f the Christ that is to he!
Then ring! for earth's best promise
In ye, joyous Prophet Bells!
The beautiful holidays have glided
by all too swiftly, and are now almost
numbered with the past, filling con
spicuous places of merry times in our
The most enjoyable feature we have
witnessed lately was the entertainment
at McCains Academy last Friday night
in the presentation of "The Rough rtid
er," which has been alllrmed by many
to be the best play ever presented from
this stage. The actors acquitted them
selves with credit to themselves and
their teachers. The pupils of the music
class proved the thoroughness of their
teacher, Mrs. Lizzie' White, by demon
strating their accomplishments of a
few months, many entering as begin
ners. Another marriage, that of Mr. Milton
Yancv and Mis Urant, has broken the
monotony of our community. They
drove to Columbia last Friday after
noon and were quietly married by
-IiidL'e Loonev. We wish them a bon-
vovage down the sea of life.
Mr. Luther McDonald of the Vander
bilt University, Nashvilb, spent th'J
.holidays with his brother and sisters at
1 Fairy lew.
Prof. Scott and wife spent this week
with relatives at Vales Mills, Uilos
Prof. Hal Peoples and sister Miss
Maggie, who have a prominent school
at Mulberry. Lincoln county, came and
spent the holidays with homefolks.
Messrs. Clarence Dogger and Jake
Pennington auent Christmas with
friends t Henryville.
- Miss Beulah McCain entertained a
few friends Moudav niht, complimen
tary tohei guests, Si Uses Bonnie. Johw
son and Novza Davidson of Corners-
vlle- ., ..
Misses Klla Thomas and Stella Home
came home from lbanon to upend t he
holiday, to the delight of their many
Mr. Dan Wihford has been confined
to his room the past two weeks with
nervous prostration; we trust he will
aonn tin out nimin.
The Kndeavor Society at this place
will give an oyster supper In connec
tion with other delicacies at McCain
Aodemv Momlav night .Ian. 2. The
social feature will be tntemnersed with
music. Kverybody i invited.
School opens 'I uesdav, Jan. .1.
Mr. Will Keed and Mis Maggie Heed,
of Ulles county, spent la-l week w ith
hi sister, Mr. W. D. Scott.
Uev. M. E. (Jabard will preach a
New Y'ear's sermon at U o'ciock next
.sabbaih, and would be glad to have all
9 lllVJblivi 1
where a nice reception was tenderea
them They received a great many
hnUfnl and costly Dresents -too niim
erous to mention which proved that
thpv huve a great many friends. Mr.
Umphpaon ia h vonng man well known
for Iim manlv t'aits of character and
true Christian life; and he has won for
ifrt one of the most lovable Chris'
tian girls we have everknown;one who
will be a helpmeet as well a? an orna
ment to his home. May (Jod's blessings
rest on this Union, and as they sail o'er
lifp'a Hea together, may no harsher
sound than the murmuring of the rip
ntiniT whvph pver greet t heir earn.
Miss Lillie Kinzar. who hs bn the
irnpntofher sister. Mrs. Wes Koherts,
of Robert's Bend, for sometime, has re'
Mra. Lizzie Korgev has reiurnea nome
from a oleasant visit to Nashville
Mrs. .J. U Williams vlsitea relatives
in 1 in hi n recently.
Miss Kinma Kiozer was the guest of
Miss Annie Jones, of Santa Fe, for a
Miu h'liircnce Sowell. who has been
ihn in.PHt of Miss Mamie Hogan. of
Smithnort. tor sometime, has returned
Mr. llrnca Jones and sister, Miss
Annin. of Santa Fe. attended the Hut-
ni,oj,i,i. itmUmi marriage.
Mr. liin U'liizpr Boent last week with
h rt'Mirhtr-.Mrs. Wes Roberts, of
llipir '4 llpnH.
Mr mi Mr. Jim Brattou. of William
sport, attended the Hutcheson Brattou
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wrooddy and
little daughter Kva, of McCaiu s, were
the guests of relatives iu o'ir village
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. jonnson ana wissen
Hoxie .lohnson and Lizzie Fleming, of
Bethel, were with friends in the alley
witfiimu the editor and all of the
Hkk xi.p family a happy and prosperous
New Y ear, we remain ine game,
Presbyterian Church. Service
conducted by Rev. F. B. Webb.
Subject, "The Family." (1 ) The
Family a Divine Institution, Ilav.
H. P. Lee. (2 ) Relifrion In the
Home Gen. Id: 1!, Iv. J. H.
Wednedav nliht, Jan. 4th, at the
Baptist Church, service conducted
Uv Uev. J.H.Thompson. Suhlect,
Bible Reading ou Prayer." ( Bring
vour B bles.)
Sunday night, Jan. 8th, at the First
Cumberland r resnyterian vmurcu,
service conducted by Rev. W. A.
Provine. Subinct. "The Sanctu
ary." (I.) Regard for the Sanc
tuary. Rev. o. L. McCarty. (2 )
Stated Public Worship, Rev. P. A.
Communion service will be held
at the First Freeoytenan Liiurcu
next Sunday morning at 11 ociock,
and a preparatory service to inio
service will be held the evening be
fore, at 7 o'clock. Immediately
after Sunday-school the oiHcers of
the church will meet in tne session
room to receive members into the
The Ladies' Union Prayer-meet
ing meets at the residence 01 Mrs.
Young this (Friday) afternoon at 3
o'clock. Subject: Luke 2d, lOtn to
14th verses. Leader: Mrs. Hinton.
A full attendance is 'desired.
tiov. F. J. Tvler preached in the
South Columbia Methodist church
last Sunday night.
Communion services will be held
in the Second Presbyterian church
Sensational lilt of ItenlUm Mot 01
I'roKranimr at a St. Lonla
Just before the curtain fell the oth
er uitrht upon the opera "I Pagliacci at
Ihe Century theiiter.'St. Louis, an ncci
t'ent occurred which may prove serious
to the prima donna. It was a bit of
realism entirely unexpected by the par
ticiprnts. nnd proved a great shock to
At the close of the opera the tenor,
Vroncisco Collenz, is supposed to stab
his wife to death. When Collenz
lead ed the finalo he appeared to be
.arried awny by the frenzy of the situ
ation. nnd when he drew his long knife
and plunged it toward his stage wife,
Miss Nedda Morrison, the audience was
horrified to observe that the keen blade
hud been thrst into her left arm just
above the elbow. The curtain went
down immediately. :Miss Morrison
fainted nnd n physician was called and
urcssed the wound.
Confusion prevailed in the house and
il was thought for awhile that she had
been killed. The doctor took three long
stitches in Miss Morrison's arm. and she
was removed to her hotel. To-day she
was resting ensy, but it Is feared she
will not have the use of the injured
member for several weeks. The wound
is deep nnd very painful.
BULLETS FIRED AT SAN JUAN.
From One to Two Million Were DU-
rharited at the Sixth Keg;
"Have you any Idea of the hailstorm
of bullets we went through on San
Juan hill?" said one of the oflicers of
the Sixth the other evening while ct
supper with several of his fellow of
ficers, w ho had leen in the battle. This
started the discussion, and Capt. Ken
non figured out approximately how
manv bullets were fired ot the Sixth on
that eventful day.
Gathered up on the top of the hill
were l.jiio Spaniards and wllh .their
Mausers, they could fire ten shots per
minute with the greatest ease, tottd thi
makes 15.000 bullets which were rained
down on the Sixth every minute. The
battle lasted for nn hour and n half
which is 00 minutes, and there were 00
times 15.000 bullets fired, for the firir.jj
was stendy and did not slack up at any
time. This mnkes 1.330.000 bullets
which were fired at the Sixth dnringthe
engagement, nnd with these figures bo-
fore one it is easy to understand why
onlv some 80 of the brave boys who
marched out of the city last April returned.
The ostimnte of the number of "bul
lets fired given nbovoisVoriservative.il?
the Mausers can easily fire 20 shots per
minute, and it is probable that nearly
2.000.000 bullets were in the storm of
lead which the Sixth weathered.
1 There is na
umr. n full
31 U I 11 LIB I of meaning
and about which such tender and
holy recollections cluster as that
of " Mother "she who watched
over our helpless infancy and guid
ed our first tottering step. Yet
the life of every Expectant Moth.
er is beset with danger and an et-
fort should be made to avoid it
n .a . so assists nature
PmthPr Q in the change tak
ISiUlllUl 0 ing place that
Mother is ena
bled to look for
dread, suffering or gloomy fore
bodings, to the hour when she
experiences the joy of -Motherhood.
Its use insures satety to tne lives
of both Mother and Child, and she
is found stronger after than before
confinement in short, it "makes
Childbirth natural and easy, as
so many have said. Don't be
persuaded to use anything but
"My wife sniTered more In ten mln
otes with either of her other two chil
dren than she did altogether with her
last, having previously used four bot
tles of Mother's Friend.' It is a
L blessing to anyone expecting to be-
Come a MUl tlC-rl, says a uubkmuci.
IIk.ndkrso.n luus, Camii, Illinois.
DEALS WITH CAMPAIGN.
Mls Clnrn llnrton. ITonldent of the
lied Cronn Society. I Writ
Inn; a Hook,
Clara P.arton. president of the JleJ
Cross, is writing a book giving a full
history of that society nnd its work in
the recent war, ' answering charges
made agninst it and its oliicers. The
volume will be sold by subscription by
the American lied I ross association
Snp.ikii.L' of Santiago. Miss Harton
The schooner Morse, following tne
behest of nn angelic thought of some
lovely home committee of ladies, had
come in laden with 1.000 tons or ice.
The tug Triton, winch lowed her an
the way from the Kennebec, and widen
was to be held for our use. was at once
seized by the government. Santiago
had neither an icehouse nor n pile of
dry sr Adust, and the ice remuiued or.
the Morse till discharged, oruer oy ol
der, among the transports of the sick,
wounded and convalescing as inej
nailed one after another witn tneir
freight of human woe.
The Morse never came to us. .xenner
for love nor money count trunsponu-
tion be gtnten. I did. however, near ine
last, obtain the use of a leaky nginer
for two hours to get off some mules,
but 1 might specify that it was on
lit'ither of the above considerations.
Mitchell Wagons, none so good, buy
tf riAlTEKFIELD & IJUUsl'N.
sipcond Quarterly Meetings.
Tiiirni Ht. Ml ion Jan. 7,
Unclnira at Plpaiunt. It ill J&n
1 . 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 ' j' 1 " ft " . -
Klktoii Jan. !. i-
Hi Creek at Pleasant Valley Jan.'il.'-'i
Diana at Iterea
Lvnnville at Taylor's
HeeNprinu: at Shiloh
Trinity at Chestnut tirove
i.. iwimirnlt ' orders
models are made in parnfiin wax of bua8ki
v vtWK!n lx.fore it Nuuar C
every new r..,H.. """r : P,Dect at Kedron..
is laid down, nnd Uiese nwiei. htichland at Kehoboth
tested in a tank at Ilnslar. The models Ki(?bvvil)e at Knterprise
nre from 12 to 24 feet long, and tne ian ml neasani......
l,re... . V- 1 r, lp ld. I he South Columbia..
,s 4i:u ieei .. Columbia
models nre made or wax oecause Mooreaville at Flower's.
n material which does not atworoBiii" Cullt,okR,t
, ..i.nno-e Its weirht. no alterations can
i,p Psilv made. Also the material can
be melted up and used again.
. Feb. 4, 5
..Feb. 1' 11
...Feb, IK, ltl.
. ..Feb, 'A'Ji.
. Mar. 11, 1
..Mar. 12, 13
. Mar 17, ill.
..Mar. If, W
W. K. Pkkiilks, P. K
Trninle of Servant".
tv,p mnll town of W evi'.a. in the king-
lebrated for Its
noni "i 1 . . .
..f scrornts. a long building in
which the -riests keep upward of 1.000
serpents of nil sizes, which they feed
with birds and frop brought to them ns
offering bv the natives.
FRANK LIN DISTUICT.
First round of quarterly meetings.
Iouelas at Thompson Sta. Pec. 24, 2.
Neapolis at Hlanton Dec. .'M, Jan.
Hethesdaat Hethesda Ian. .
( arter' Creek at Bethel Jan. 7,
Hethlfhem and Johnson at John
son Jan. 11.
v-prnvHie at (Jretnbrier Ian. 14, 1
v.. .. t Santa Fe Jan. 1", ltl
J. T. Cl KKY.P. K
QUEER SAVAGE RITE.
One Tribe of FIJI Inlander Who Onee
a Year Walk llnrcfoot t'pon
Dipping one hnnd in molten lend and
walking upon red-hot Iron without in
jury are feats for which scientists have
found satisfactory expli. ation. but the
facts were known long before the sci
entists found out the "reason why.
Many such cases are recorded during
the time of the inquisition, nnd were
set down 11s miracles.
Put barbarian tribes have similar
feats, and il is food for speculation how
they cnire to be attempted in the first
Once 11 year one tribe of Fiji island
ers exhibit an exploit of this Kind in
the island of M'I'it.vii. in the hart of
the forest, about L'2 miles from Siimi.
the Fiji capital. About a ijimrter of u
mile from the seashore (here is dug In
the jrroiind a trough six feet deep by
2.) feet wide. The bottom of this pit is
paved with flat stones, on which wood
is hratx'd and set on fire. When the
stones have become re:Miot the burn
ing wood is removed and the fir walk
ers, adorned wit 11 green leaves, having
(one down into the troiiL'li. promenade
in procession over thp fiery pavement
their bare ,feet receiving no injury
whatever.. Crowds of spectators, some
from Australia nnd Kurone. witness
this extraordinary performance.
AFRICANS ON A STRIKE.
allv Carrier U ho -llruelled
cnune .'Plicy I) III ni Urt
Tliclr t unnl lilitnlnic.
LEAVES HER BACHELOR CLUB
A Member of the .MMeu hii-mih
itnnlintloii Heroniea B
The famous P.achclor Oirls club of
Kdwardsburg. Mich., lost a member
when Miss Charlotte Slianufelt married
Dwight Loveland. of Syracuse. N. V.
The young woman is the first men1l.1T
of the lini-pic club since its orgauiation
to enier the matrimo'ilal state, and her
companion- made the wedding an au
The P.achelor Oir'.s' did) is an asso
ciation Tormed to present early mnr
riages. No member is allow ed 10 marry
until she Is 23 years old. It is the 01.. y
rlub o f Its kind in the United Slates.
and its promoter are engaged in es
tablishing branch societies in thecoun-
l"tr Trre foiiiiiionent of All.
The fir nee i the corr.morrst of M
trees, lieing found In every part of the
It is rather nn unusual occurrence
for n man to demand that he be flogged
but the late Mr. Joseph T hompson had
an experience of this nature upon one
of his African expeditions, A whole
company of native carriers once threat
ened the success of the trip by a strike.
insisting they would rather fiio- death
or slavery unless they had their rights
and were properly Hogged. Mr
Thompson differed from ninny travel
ers in Africa in that. 111 the first place
he was eager to deal kindly with his
men; and. secondly, in t hut he never
went in for self-advertisement ! I'.eing
humane, he punished the misdoings of
his porters by tines. It was this mode
of chastisement Hint angered the men.
They demanded to be flogged instead.
They always had been Hogged for mis
conduct, and they didn't see why their
money should be stopped. So he had to
put his wishes on one side, nnd prom
ise the porters a liberal use of the hip
po hide the next time they behaved
badly. And then the men shouldered
their parcels nnd their guns again and
lesumed their walk in perfect happi
It is Wlieved in Norway that wolves
I are f rightenrd awny by telegraph line.
On one occasion a village voted money
to help ;in the construction of a line
1 passing near them for this reason alone.
Of Druggist t tl.00. or iint by eipreei on rcmlpt
of price. Write fur bonk cauUlnlnii testimonium
and valuable Information 'fur all Mothers, lre.
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John C. Sowell, v. HenJ. II. Jones and
In the Chancery Court at Columbia,
Pursuant to a decree entered in above
stvled cause at the October term, IMS,
oh minutes at page 1, 1 will, on
Saturday, the 21st day of Jan., ISO!!,
at the court house door in Columbia,
I'ennessee. sell to the hlahestand best
bidder, theland described in saiddecree,
bounded and described as follows, to
wit: beginning at Joe Crawfords H. W.
corner ana runs north 110 44 iuu poies,
Dempsev Brims corner; thence with
Brims line S. 8! degrees W. 58 3H(H
poles to a stake, il links north of oak;
thence S. VA degrees W. 132 7-10 poles
to sot rock; thence north; thence lift
decrees east 7iMl 10 poles to the begin
ning, containing 50 3(-100 acres.
TEKMS Said sale w ill be made on a
creditof 6, 12, and 18 months. Sale free
from the equity of redemption. Notes
bearing interest from date of sale, with
good personal security will be required
of the purchaser, and a lien retained to
secure the payment of the purchase
This the2.ll day or Decern tier, iw.
dec2:( 4t A. N. AKIN, CAM.
W. T. Hay, Administrator, ct. al., te.
T. J. Clymer, and wtfe. .
Io the Chancery Court at Columbia,
Pursuant to a decree entered in above
styled cause at the October term, 1HH8,
on minutes at page 744, 1 will, on
Saturday, the 21st day of Jan., 1NDV).
in tne town of Santa Fe, Maury county,
Tennessee, sell to the highest and best
bidder, the land described in said de
cree, bounded and described as follows,
to-wlt: Situated in the hirst civil ais
trict of Maury Countv, Tennessee, and
hounded on the north by the McKnlght
laud; on the east by the land of J. J. Ad-
kisson ; on the south ana west oy iana
of E. N. Woolard, containing i4 acres,
more or less.
Nothing in this decree of sale Is in
tend! d nor is to be construed as In any
w ay impairing or affecting the rights,
claims, Interest or esta'e of complain
ant, K. N. Woolard In and to said land
acquired by virtue of his purchase of
the interest 01 r. .i.iuymer in mm imm
under the Sheriff's sale by virtue of an
execution issued from the Supreme
Court in cause of E. N. Woolard, vs.
T. J. Clymer. ;
This decree directing only a sale of all
the rights, titles, claims, interests and
estatesof the defendants, T.J. Clymer
and Mary T. Clymer in said land.
TERM'S. Said sale will be made on a
credit of twelve months. Sale free from
the equity of redemption. Notes hear
ing interest from date of sale with good
personal security will be required of
the purchaser, and lien retained to se
cure the payment of the purchase
This the !i1d day of December,
decStft A.N. AKIN, C AM.
Cler and M ASTKK'H Officr, j
Columbia, Tenn., Dec. 23, 18!W. J
W. M. Moflrow, et. al., Complainant, vs.
J. Rufe Klnkade, et.al., Defendant.
It appearing from affidavit filed in
this canse that the defendant .1. uure
Klnkade is anon-resident of the State
It is therefore ordered mat ne enter
his appearance herein before or within
the first three days of the next term
of the Chancery Court, to ne held at
Columbia, on the first Monday in reD
ruary next, 1HU!, and plead, answer or
demur to Complainant's bill, or the
name will be taken for confessed as to
him, and set for hearing ex parte; 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.
J. A. Smer, Sol'r for compl't 12-23 4t