THE LIBERTY HERALD
Editor, Will A. Vick
December 1, 1886
Dr. J.S. McClain left for San Diego, California, Monday.
Miss Lucy White who but recently moved from near this place to Nashville, died last Sunday.
Elonzo T. Fite, gone [died], who only a short time ago visited my home in Nashville with his dear family.
Alvin Sneed came home form Lebanon sick.
Hal Tubb went to Nashville for Christmas goods.
James Jones went to the Cumberland River to see the new boat, Sam P. Jones.
Lee Garrison was thrown last week by a mexican pony.
Isaac Cooper has moved to town, also I.N. Bass.
E. Turner's smokehouse was broken into.
Charley Wheeler is the champion shot of Alexandria.
Prof. Brown of Dowelltown has moved here and will take charge of the school next year.
Prof. Jones & Renick of Liberty Normal paid us a visit.
Miss Minnie Byre, who went to West Tennessese several months ago, has returned.
Prof. Clarence Hale is welcomed home after teaching at Four-Corners.
Profs. Jno. Wood, Round Top and Jarred of Alexandria Normal paid us a visit.
Jake Hawkins has gone to enter Liberty Normal.
C.E. Paty & Miss Lucy Nichol, of this place, were m. last Thursday. The parties then went to Murfreesboro, accompanied by Messrs. J.G. Paty & Jno. Holmes, Misses Nora Nichol and Bettie Spain of Milton.
On the same day, Prof. Jordan Gothard, Dowelltown, was m. to Miss Leona Odom. They left shortly for Dowelltown with Joe Odom and Miss Mollie Hancock.
Z.P. Lee, County Clerk for 8 years, has accepted an appointment from the Hon. S.F. Wilson to which he will take charge of and hold at the Custom House in Nashville.
E.J. Evans is visiting in Nashville.
Mrs. S.L. Williams is doing no good for several days.
T.C. Maddux has returned to Smithville and will remain a few days.
J.S. Smith has returned from Nashville with his health improved.
H.N. Williams returned to his mother's home after being in Texas for 6 years.
Charlie Hall m. to Miss Pallie Pugh last week.
Thos. Hale and family & George Bratten and family have gone to Nashville. A.J. Pugh & J.R. Dodd aim to start soon with their families.
Isaac Marcum's house burned.
Miss Ida Vanatta is visiting her sister, Mrs. T.M. Givan.
J.B. Stark is happy again. It is an 11 pound boy.
Miss Leela West has gone to Watertown to see her sister, Mrs. Martha Neal.
Misses Etta & Alice Williams of Dowelltown are visiting here.
Mr. Fran Hall, our peddler, has been sick.
Samuel Vanatta has built a new hen house.
J.?. Turner will move near this place.
Sunday School here with; W.T. Robinson, superintendent, Mr. Jo Wright, sec., Allen Wright, Mrs. Lillie Hunt, Mrs. Mary McClellan and Miss Jennie Evans, teachers.
Col. J.H. Blackburn bought a lot on Main St. He will start to Washington in about two weeks in the interest of soldiering.
Sam Watson broke his leg.
Born to Dr. Mason & wife, a fine girl, the past week.
Miss Ella Donaldson returned from a visit to Smithville.
Mrs. S.H. Flippen and ch. Spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. B.L. Hale.
Mrs. R.F. Jones of Dowelltown ate Thanksgiving turkey with her sister, Mrs. J.P. Stark.
A.S. Avant, pastor of Colored baptist Church here, has moved to Murfreesboro.
T.L. Jennings of Greenvale was in town.
A.B. Smith & Mrs. R.B. Floyd of Alexandria were in town.
Misses Maggie Woodside & Nannie Smith gave our office a call.
Dr. A.P. Trogden and family will move to Gainesboro.
Mrs. Sampson Yeargin and little dau. spent yesterday in town.
Met Oakley, trustee, was in town to collect taxes.
Saturday in Auburn, Reuben Adams was severely beaten up by Henry Odom, due to an old grudge.
W.A. Whaley, dec'd.--------J.W. Overall, adm.
|Willie Allen||J.H. Arnold||L.J. Bratten||Burnett Payne|
|Jno. Crook||Jas. Clark||Geo. Derting||Dan Derting|
|M.A. Evans||J.C. Evans||W.R. Eller||Wm. Franks|
|J.E. Groom||N. Groom||Thos. Givan||J.L. Holland|
|D.H. Hill||Reuben B. Hale||J. Pugh||L.B. Parker|
|J.W. Prichard||A. Roberts||J.G. Squires||R.A. Smith|
|Wm. Stark (col.)||Francis Turner||Wm. Turner||Mrs. Sarah Yeargin|
|Carroll Johnston||Elijah Neal||C.P. Roberts||J.H. Vickers|
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