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THE COLUMBIA ILKltAM): FIJI I) A Y. SEPTKMlIEIi 21 sj7.
it Was So Pleasant
To see how delighted our cus
tomers were with those Bar
gains that we olTered to the pub
lic on lust
Saturday and Monday.
You will always find just such
bargains here, so when you are
in need of anything in our line,
come ri jfJit in and we will be
sure to pleiwe you.
We Ilavo the Uest Stock
of Ores? Goods in the
both black and colors,
liroadclotli, Covert ('loth Illu
mined, Two-toned Cloth, Satin
faced Cloth, Cashmeres, Heroes,
Drnp D'Etes, Henriettas, Satin
Kolayl, Hep, Bengali ne, Bedford
Cord and all of the new combi
nations in IMaid Suitings and a
nice line of Camel's Hair in
black and colors for children's
cloaks and ladies' walking jack
ets. SILKS AM) EL VETS.
You should see our line of now
Silks and Velvets, comprising
all of the new shades and lead
ing styles; such as Taffeta,
Brocaded and plain, Armure,
Faille Francaioe, Moire Velour,
Satin Duchesse, etc. And an ele
gant line of Roman Stripes and
lunau riaius, in the prettiest
nnni In' .1 I., n - t 1
i.vuuiimmju ui coiors you ever
saw, and at prices to suit the
Next Satnrflay ani Monday
you will find the following dis
played on our counters: Plaid
Dress Roods in all colors, and
exact copies of the highest class
novelties of the season, and are
10c the yard, well worth double
Napped-back Flannel de Laine, the
best material for wrappers out
this season, and well worth 10c,
our price 7!gC.
See our new line of fall foot
wear. Our shoes fit the feet.
Ladies' plain and coin toe shoes.
worth $1.25 of anybody's money,
our price $1.00.
l lie best School Shoe for children
Oi town for $1.00; 12'sto 2's.
They never rip.
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
Election of Directors.
the- stockholders of the Maurv
uumy jiuwuing s Loan Associa
tion met last Thursday night and
elected the following directors for
tne ensuing year: A. S. James,
j on n n. i nomas. John A. Oaken, .!
1'. Street, John 15. Ashton, W. I)
uameron and W. F. Hmbry. The
directors will meet in a few days
nun elect, me omcers.
Slate ('on federate Reunion.
All railroads leading from hero to
Memphis have agreed to sell round
trip tickets to Memphis to the State
I ontederate Reunion, which takes
place Oct. 1H and 11, for one fare
iicKetson sale Oct. 12 and l.'i, good
10 return until Oct. 1. For further
iniormation see J. L. Jones.
Grant! Millinery Opening.
Full and Winter Style
Friday and Saturday,
October 1st and 2nd.
All the new Importations
Hats, Bonnets, Feathers,
Ribbons and Trimmings.
You are cordially invited to
Miss Nellie Carroll.
derson & Foster.
SOI Til COLUMBIA.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Christley
visitinir near Glenn's Store.
Mr. Martin Taylor and family
move to Nashville this weefrj
Miss Willie Belle Grimes is
guest of Hampshire relatives.
Now Trices on Itusrgrj Work.
Gartner Bros., are making the fol
lowing new prices on buggy work :
rutting tires It.")
New spokes Id
No extra charge for new bolts or
wedsring up wheels. These prices
are for cash. It
Following is the fourth round for
quarterlv conferences in the Colum
South Columbia, September 17, lit.
Columbia, September 20.
Hurricane, September 25, 2.
Richland circuit, October 2, :.
Kali Uiver cireuiV. October !, 10.
Prospect circuit, October 10,11.
J. R. STKWART, P. K.
.Mules to Loan.
I have one hundred good sugar
yearlings to loan for their foed.
sept'Mt W. P. Ridley.
Ed Church, of West Point, Miss.,
Sam Frierson is in Louisville on
Miss Minnie Towler is with friends
Miss Pearl Williams is on a visit
to Spring Hill.
Harry Mason has returned to
Judtre Patterson, of Savannah, was
here this week.
Miss Bessie Moore has returned
W. C. Salmon, Esq., has returned
W. B. Wootcn attended the Cen
tennial this week.
Allison Webster, of Nashville,
was here this week.
Maj. J. P. Clopton has returned to
his home in Arkansas.
Miss Scrugtrs, of Alabama, is the
guest of the Misses Moore.
Hon. J. B. Frazier, of -Chattanooga,
was in Columbia tins week.
Prof. J. M. Herbert, of Lebanon,
was here several days last week.
Miss Louise Madden, of Nashville,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M.
Miss Laura Taylor is on a visit to
relatives in Nashville and Ruther
Mr. Allen Meadors, of Nashville,
visited his brother, Dr. J. T. Mead
ors, this week.
Misses Pearl and Ruby Campbell,
of Lynnville, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Fry.
Messrs. W. R. Hutton and E.
Blakemore, of Shelbyville, were
here this week.
Mrs. Gant, of Water Valley, Miss.,
is the guest of .her brother, Mr.
Geo. D. Colquitt, Jr., of Washing
ton, I). Cm Is on a visit to friends
and relatives here.
Miss Mamie Black, who has been
on an extended visit to rseorasKa,
has returned home.
Col. J. W. F. Hughes, of Topeka,
Kans., will return to-day after a
visit to relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ji. H. Davennort. of
Denton, Texas, are visiting the fam
ily of Col. H. G. Evans.
Misses Cornelia Jones and Emma
D. Grigsby spent several days in
Nashville the past week.
J. W. Shelton came down from
Kentucky this week and spent
several days with his family.
Mrs. Tom Meadows and little
Mildred are spending this week in
Nashville, visiting relatives.
Colin James, of Memphis, who
was visiting his parents, returned
to the Bluff City last Saturday.
Mrs. W. T. Naff and children
spent Beveral days with relatives at
Thompson's Station the past week
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harris and
little child, of Water Valley. Miss,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Por
Mrs. B. M. Fain, who was the
truest of her sister, Mrs. J. G. Will
iamson, has returned to Cleburne,
Mrs. Florence Patterson of Nash
ville. who has been visiting relatives
In Columbia, returned home a few
Wallace Wilkes leaves to-morrow
for Belle View Medical College,
New York, where ho will study
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Alcorn and
little daughter returned this week
from a visit to their old home at
Olney, 111. j
Miss Addie Lipscomb returned
the first of the week from New
York, where she had been on a visit
Miss Ka.therine Hatch, of Perdido
Ray, Ala., who has been with Miss
Louise Dobbins, is now the guest of
Miss Virginia Webster.
Mrs. E. II. Hatcher returned this
week from Staunton, Va., where she
went to accompany Miss Ethel to
the Mary Baldwin Seminary.
Miss Elizabeth Whitthorne, who
has been visiting Misses Louise
Fiiersonand Leigh Whitthorne, re
turned to Shelbyville Monday.
Mrs. Tomlinson, of Culleoka, came
recently to visit her djnirhters,
Misses Nellie and Lindsey, who ate
attending the McDowell School.
Miss Ida Pickens and Messrs.
Bruce Pickens and Robert Orr of
Mooresville, spent last Saturday and
Sunday with friends In this city.
Mr. Andrew Maxwell, of Vicks-
burg, Miss., who is spending some
time witli his mother at McCain's,
visited the families of S. W. and L.
W. Scott last week.
Mrs. Walter Porter and children,
of Memphis, Miss Ellen Porter of
Nashville, and Miss Hattie Kent of
Fort Smith. Ark., are the cruests of
Mrs. James Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nicks, of
Newburn, Tenn., are visiting rela
tives and friends in this county
Mr. A. H. Nicks may not be as well-
known to our readers as jovial, good
natured Al Nicks, but they are one
and the same. Al left here some
ten vears airo, and has found a
people and a home he likes, and a
countv where he has prospered. It
is his first visit to his old home since
he left, and he is enjoying it
immensely. On his way here he
stonned bv Nashville and saw the
sights of the Centennial City.
C. H. Sharp.
on Groceries and Field Seeds by
coming and iretting our prices betore
buying elsewhere. We also handle
the best on the market. Now is the
time to get your Barley and Kye. We
have a full stock of both, together with
all kinds of
generally carried ia a strictly Field
Seed establishment. Don't forget our
place of business on rornr South Main
and Eighth streets. JU1 orders bv tele
phone will receive prompt attention.
Frierson & Embry,
are now smiling at the happy
farmer above the horizon of pros
perity every industry prosper
ing and every branch of business
feels the impulse of better times.
Then why int keep up with the
procession and paint and paper
your house. We were never bet
ter prepared to serve you i u these
lines. If we can't give you bet
ter value for your money than
any house in Columbia we will
make you a present of the paints.
Our Stock of Wall Paper
is large and complete with all
the newest and latest styles.!
Bought low for cash and sold at
correspondingly low prices. We
have just received another lot of
those elegant INGRAINS in all
tints. Come to see us, its a
pleasure to show you what we
have. Ve are proud of our lines of
Taints and Wall Taper.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
To the Voters of the t'ity of Columbia.
All those in sympathy with the
Reform movement inaugurated in
the City government two years ago,
are requested to meet at7:.'tt) o'clock
to-night, Friday, Sept. 24, in the
room over the Maury National Bank,
Knights or Honor Hall, for the pur
pose of organizing for the municipal
election to be held in November.
A. S. jAniES, Chairman.
MRS. H. F. FA1MSS
has removed her millinery es
tablishment into the rear part
of the Maury Dry Goods and
Shoe Co.'s store, where she
will be pleased to see her
friends and patrons.
Friday ail Saturday,
1 ail 2,
will be the occasion of the
opening of Fall and Winter
6tyles. Miss Tennie Gartner
is now East and will return in
a few days, having purchased
a full line of the newest crea
tions in hats, bonnets and trim
mings. Mks. Fariss has also
engaged the services of Mrs
Ketciium and Miss Dowling
who will be delighted to wait
upon you. Everybody is cor
dially invited to attend.
Don't forget the place, Maury
Drij (oodn and Shoe, Co.'h afore.
9 24 2t
'I oin lirtlrcl, n Ncirio Hiitclu'i , Full Into
it IIK Nciililer.
Sunday evening ahout 7 o'clock
Tom Baird, a negro butcher in the
employ of W. J. Guest & Co., fell
into a ho' scalder at the slaughter
pen on the Hampshire pike, a'd was
seriously, if not fatally, burned. He
was standing on the edge of the
scalder, which was Oiled wiih wate
heated almost to boiling point, at
tempting to pull a 400-pound bog
into the scalder. The ring by which
he was pulling gave way, and he fell
backward into the water. Before
he could be pulled out the llesh from
ins shoulders down to ins teet was
burned in a horrible manner and in
some places was cooked s bad
ly that it peeled oft. His injuries
are exceedingly painful and his re
covery is doubtful.
VALUABLE FAHM KIR SALE
If not disposed of privately before
that time, L win, on
Tuesday, October 5, 1897,
on the premises, located three miles
east of Spring Hill, in the Eleventh
Civil District of Williamson Countv
Tennessee, at 11 a. in., offer at public
sale to tne nignest and nest bidder
the farm of the late Mrs. E. L. Wade
Containing 020 Acres,
more or less. This farm is well im
proved, has .'Wo acres tillable land
with more than 200 acres of the re
mainder in blue-grass. Runniu
siock water is accessioio from any
part oi tne larm, with numerous
never failing springs. This land will
first be olTered in lots and then as
whole, whichever way brings the
best price, shall be accounted the
Terms of Sale:
One-third cash and the balance in
one and two years with interest from
January 1, 18iS, at which time pos
session will be given. The right
to sow wheat will be granted the pur
chaser, barring damage to growing
crops. JOHN F. WADE,
Fire ar Mt. Pleasant.
Monday morning about 2 o'clock
the residence of Mr. D. W. Chap
pel, near Mt. Pleasant, caught fire
and was totally destroyed, with
nearly all of its contents. The house
was owned by Mrs. Thos. Barrow
and was Insured for $1,000 in the
New York Underwriters with Gor
don A Rutledge. Loss about $2,000.
The origin of the fire is unknown.
1 Grand opening o,
f Fall mm
Bring your pearls to C. IT. Sharp.
Pink lemonade was abundant
Walter Bain, who has been on the
sick list, is improving.
Mr. W. T. NalT was confined to his
bed several days this week.
Mr. A. B. Rains is having his resi
dence repainted and papered.
Mrs. John O.ikes and children
have been on the sick list this week,
but are now better.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell von
the best of organs and pianos
him before buying.
Considering the crowd in
Wednesday, very good order
kept during the day.
Mr. B. T. Tiller and family
moved to Farmington, where
will reside in the future.
Cottage for rent, five rooms,
water, stable, excellent neighbor
hood. Apply to this ofllco. t)-17-2t
The Louisville fc Nashville Rail
road has commenced work on their
round-house near the Cotton Fac
tory. Monday and Tuesdav, Sept. 27 and
28, will be observed as holidavs by
the Jewish congregation in this
Splendid pasture will be opened
Monday, at the John L. Smith place,
South Columbia. Apply to H. O.
Miss Fannie Sinclair, of Franklin,
passed through Columbia a short
time ago, en route for Florida,
where she has accepted a position to
The ladies of the Advent Chapel
gave an Ice cream supper in the
school-building last Saturday uight.
About 10 was realized, and the pro
ceeds will be used in buying a bell
for the Chapel.
Mrs. Worthington's horse and
buggy, which were thought to have
been stolen while out at the circus
grounds, were found Wednesday
evening, the horse having strayed
A sensational report was started
in Columbia Tuesday that a number
of negroes had been killed in the
Ehosphate mines at Mt. Pleasant;
ut narrowed down to facts, only
one negro had his leg broken by a
bank of dirt caving in on him.
Officers Voss and Guest arrested
thirteen boys living near the Cotton
t actory Monday on the charge of dis
orderly conduct and shooting pistols
in tne vicinity or the factory Bun-
day morning between 12 and 1
o'clock. They will be tried before
Judge Erwin to-morrow morning.
Here Is Reform, Just Look!
Best new sorghum, per cal 30e
Fresh Concord grapes, 10 lb basket. .20c
241b best patent Hour tiiC
8 lbs Arbuckle's, 4-X or Levering
(Nothing less than a $1.00 worth
at the price, and cash only.)
10 lbs (rood ttreen coffeee $1.00
8 lbs golden Rio coffee $1.00
rsew Orleans Molasses, per gallon. . .16
6 oz. bottle snuff 10
Timothy baled hay, oats and corn
cheaper than anywhere else.
14 lbs best leaf lard $1.00
Good bacon, per lb 8'-f,c
Jew oat tiake, loc pKg.,.(tor -ie
ew rice, oat meal anu irnts, cracked
wheat, etc. Don't fail to call on
Bell Telephone 21. North Main Ktreet.
Sol Oross, the 15ee Hive man, lias
returned from the Easterm markets.
Miss Nellie Carroll has returned
from the Last, where she went to
make selections for her fall mil
linery trade. Miss Hettie Hite, of
Louisville, who will trim for her,
returned with her.
Madame Ruth, the Princess of
Wales Go's, expert and professional
fitter of Her Majesty's Corset, will
commence a week's engagement at
the store of McKennon, Anderson &
Foster, next Monday, Sept.. 27.
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Miss Kate Shields, of Columbia,
came up to this place last Saturday
on a visit to relatives. Marshall
Mrs. Tennie Woldride is visiting
her son, Mr. Walter Woldridgo, in
Columbia. Miss llessie Walker left
Tuesday for the Columbia Institute,
where she will attend school. Will
iamson County News.
The Nicholson residence with
about 7 acres of ground, will be
rented from Oct. 1st for one year;
newly papered and painted.
It A. O. P. Nicholson.
The cylinder head on the engine
at the electric light Dlant blew out
last Saturday night about 11::-K)
o'clock, causing considerable dam
age to the machinery and throwing
the town in darkness for two or
three nights. As misfortune would
have it, the gas supply also ran
short Sunday night and several con
gregations were forced to disperse
on that account. While the plant is
being repaired, the company has
moved a dynamo to the City Grain
and Feed Company's mill and is dis
pensing electricity for the street
lights from that place.
"Cash Do Talk."
And for this I have marked prices
on everything I have In stock "way
down." I want to change my stock.
You know I keep first-class work,
and now come right along and get
first choice. Yours to serve,
tf 8. P. Payne.
The cool weather we are having
now is very accepiaoie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wood have
moved to the place formerly occu
pied by Mr. Frank McGaw. Mr.
McGaw has moved out on the Mt.
Pleasant pike. We are very glad we
did not loose either as neighbors in
Mrs. Notgrass and little Emma
visited the family of Mr. J. C. Mc
Gaw since our last.
Mr. Joe Taylor is much improved
at present. , Lokexa.
We extend to all to in
spect our FA LL STOCK,
which is now complete.
Pretty Dress (JoixU,
An elegant stock in all
the leading lasts at con
Carpets, 3Iattinu;s & Kuns.
The largest stock wo ha ve
ever had ; bought before
the tariff went into elfect,
hence we are prepared to
make old prices on floor
We have always been
This season is no excep
tion. Our stock is larger
than ever before and we
will undersell because
We have a few small size
suits, 34 to lib, carried
over from last season,
then they were cheap at
12.00 and $14.00. Your
choice now for 0.50.
IlEMEMRER, Monday and Tues
day, September 27 and 2S, we will be
closed for the observance of holidays.
Wednesday's Nashville American
contained the following:
"Hon. S. O. Heiskell, the popular
Mayor oi Knoxvllle, stole a march
on his many friends here yesterday
afternoon, when he led to the altar
one of the most charming women in
Tennessee, Mrs. Irene Ingram. ex-
State Librarian. The marriage was
a quiet one, only the family of the
bride being present, and was cele
brated at the bride's home,519Cedar
street, at 6 o clock. Rev. J. C
Morris performed the ceremony, and
Mr. and Mrs. Heiskell then went to
theTulane. They will be in the
city to-day, and will leave for their
Knoxville home to-night.
"Mayor Heiskell is well known in
Nashville. As a member of the
Legislature he has rendered distin
iruished services to his county and
to the State. During his term hi
was one of the most influential nlem
hers of the House. Hi; is a success
rul lawyer, a giltecl orator, and is
one of the coming men in Tennessee
"His charming bride is hi less
popular. Mrs. Irene Ingrain was
one of the best Librarians the. State
ever had, and m her one term made
the Library a s neat and ittnetive
as a drawing-room. During the last
Legislature sue was one of the two
engrossing clerks of the Senate.
She is a magnificent woman, gifted
with a splendid mind, anil beaut iful
to a degree. Mrs. Heiskell comes of
a well-known Maury County family.
Her father, Hon. E l. Kuhn. was
Mayor of Columbia several times,
and founded its public school sys
tem. Representative Mumford
Smith, of Maury County, is her
uncle, and her brother, Mumford
Kuhn, was Trustee of Maury County
Mrs. Ingram formerly resided in
Columbia, but for the past several
years has spent most of her time in
Nashville. She has many friends
here who will extend to her their
best wishes and congratulations.
Mr. Robert S. McCarty, of Lxa.
Arkansas, and Miss Ellie Clopton, of
Columbia, Tenn., were united in
marriage at the residence of Mrs.
Nathaniel Longley. near Lexa.
Ark., last Monday morning at 10
o'clock. There is a bit of the high
romance about this happy consum
mation which deepens the interest
in this oft told story. Miss Clopton
while in Arkansas lat winter,
visited Mrs. Longley, near Lexa,
and there met the gentleman who
afterwards won her heart. She
returned to her home near this city
last spring with her heart and hand
pledged, and the marriage was to
have taken place early in the Octo
ber days. But after her departure
Mr. McCarty was stricken with
typhoid fever and for many days
lingered on the very verge of death,
and she, who had' already pledged
to love and cheerish in sickness and
in health, felt that her love and
duty called her to him, and in the
crisis of his life the summons came
for her to come, and in the latter
days of August last she went, tremb
ling between life and death and
happiness and despair. Many anx
ious days passed, but two weeks ago
he began to improve, and on Mon
day last, as stated above, he was
able to take her, whose love and
prayers had saved him. unto him
Mr. McCarty is a planter near
Lexa, Ark., and is a gentleman of
splendid character and high in
fluence in bis country. Miss KIlie
Clopton is the daughter of Mrs. Mary
Clopton, and was born and raised at
the delightful old family place two
miles from Columbia on'the Moore9-
Now i the
1'urifv the lilciml. l lie fnuiitnin
(iltKKVW VS V ui, loll '
I'niitnlns Siii'Miimriltii. SlilliU"1.-!
dock I'ek" KmI. Trifilieni !iml
I'ntiedi. nil of which nrc k iu n
inn the hest enrntive IC"
ni'isini; trot" inimnt' hlon.l
lutes the I.IVKK. t lie si
i-t i -It
t hmnirh t his oruiin help lillHire thrmv otr
impure secret inn-. Iiumirt i n it new life nnd
eiieriiV. l-'or n ueiu-riil M remit le-n inn tonic
niul svstem Imihler ttiN medicine cannot
he excelled. We use el in cure ill selectilOJ
the drims that enter Into t he com posit ion of
(iKKKN WAV'S s.i;sAr.r.Ti.r..
the best Hint money can hnw 1 1 is made
in our house 1v t he hest method Unewn to
Modern Plinrmiicy. nnd we recommifi.ll ji
for nil diseases oi I he ni.ooo A Mi J 1 V I "..
WOLDKllHii: & IK VINE,
ville turnpike, wlu re for more than
half a century her ancestors have
lived and died. A sweet, pure and
noble young woman she was, coin
ing up' to the full measure of what
Maury County expects of all her
daughters. Her m uiy personal
friends, who have sympathised with
her during this terriblo ordeal, re
joice with her in this happy end of
Mr. and Mrs. McCarty will leave-
for Columbia next Thursiiay, ami
will remain here until Mr. McCarty
has fully recovered from bis wast
ing sickness, when they will return
and make their home at Lexa,
Mr. Divid Piukletjn and Miss Re
becca Henderson were united in
marriage by Rev. W. T. I'ssery last
Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. The
ceremony was performed while the
contracting parties were seated in a
buggy in front of Mr. I ssery s resi
dence, and immediately afterward
they left for a visit to relatives at
. T. Wilkes nuil ri. Derrj berry,
under the firm name of Wilkes fc
Derryberry, are now fully equipped
and ready for business as under
takers. Location in the Bethell
Block on Garden street. tf
The Hkrai.d has had many nice
bouquets thrown at it by its corres
pondents lately, and "Chloe," writ
ing from Roberts' Bend and Knob
Creek,last week, sends the following
little bunch of tube roses, which we
place in our buttonhole and wear
"We feel very grateful and under
renewed obligations in writing to
the Herald, that good old family
paper, which we haven't been with
out since childhood's happy days;
and now, since it is managed with
better system, always brimful of
news and good reading matter, we
would feel as if one of our truest
friends had parted with us should
we have to give the 11 Kit ALU up.
The 'Woman's Department' is much
improved and of great interest to us
ladies. We col lespoiulents ar
sometimes very negligent about
writing, but the' faithful old Hkk
alu is always on duty."
As tba Time Is Now Oil
for making pickle
you all the spices,
and strait-lit. Al-
ire have for
i good conn-
try apple vinegar.
a sack of our "White Loaf
Farmers' Choice" Flour,
awful the way we Id sell
Sugar and Molasses. If you
have not tried us, give
trial and be happy. Got
tiling to el? "See?"
V. E. McKKNNON,
Sheppard's old stand.
The Wallace Circus.
The Great Wallace Shows have
come and gone and left a favorable
impression upon the people . f Maury
County. Wednesd ty was the day
for the exhibition at this place, and
such a crowd as usually comes t
big circuses was in town. The show
fulfilled all its promises made in ad
vertisements, and to say that all
who attended were pleased would
but do simple iu-tice to the show.
Probably the best feature of the
whole performance was i he acrobatic;
feats of the wonderful Nelson fam-
tly, although the irapez- performers.
bicycle riders and other teatures
were good. Other towns need not
fear this show coining into their
midst on account of the yellow
fever, as they have been exhibiting
in 0!)io and Pennsylvania, and Co
lumbia is the most southerly point
they have touched.
We have three desirable nnd well
located small farms for sale. Near
Columbia, close to school, good rich
land. One about 20 acres, one about
40 acres, one. about Hi) acres. For
further particulars, call on
tf Rt TLK1X4K & Gordon.
KE.IL ESTATE TIlAXSFfcKS.
V. i. ltainey el al.
. to J. C Cooper, lot
in (iii.,i .
J as. ('. Cooper to Ainitula
lot In Mt. Pleasant, $loo.
Jno. M. Holcomh's heirs to
tireen. lit acres in ilrd dit.. Ufi.
M. It. Johnson et h1. to Lona It. Ken
nedy, lot in Culleokn, partition deed.
A.J.FIyet al. to W. (1. Itainev, lt in
J. C. SulliDK to J. P. Johnson, 01
acres In lth dist., $1.2."i0.
Henry Harlan to W. L. Fleming, HO
acres in Pith dist., $ .
W. C. Whitthorne to J. W. Huckaby,
2 acres in 22nd dist., $0.10.
li. W. Stockard to James Bowles-, 52
acres In 2nd dist., L'nini
W. K. Stephens to (i. V. Foster, .r.IJ
acres in Oth dist., $1,000.