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THE COLUMBIA IIEItALD: FIUDAY, JANUARY 21, 18J)8.
Sale Now on at
Dry Goods and
From now until February First,
All Heavy Woolen Goods
and Dress Goods at
Trices to Move
Best high grade all-wool Blankets,
were $5.00 and $6.00; dow $3.75 and
$4.25 per pair.
Ladies Union Suits, were $1.25; now
69o per suit.
Children's Cloaks, for 6 to 10 year
ages; reduced from $2.50 to $1.50.
Misses' Cloaks, for 14 to 18 year ages,
reduced from $6.50 to $3.75. .
Ladies' Capes, 98c and $1.25.
Ladies' Jackets, half price.
HERE'8 YOUR BARGAIN. Silk
Finish Velvets; colors, Green,
Brown. Navy, several shades of
each color, and Blacks, 48c. -
LADIES' BAL. SKIRTS All-wool,
extra lengths and widths; price
$1.50, to close them, 98c.
Hundreds of pairs of Ladies',
Men's and Child's Shoes at Clear
New Embroideries. New India
Linen, Nainsook Checks,
Maury Dry Goods Co.
; Slmraon Wliener. .
Wednesday evening at 5 o'clock.
at the hotrie of Mrs. W. T. Irvine at
Dark's Mill, Miss Willie Wisoner, of
that place, and, Mr. William Camp
bell Simmons, of Carter's Creek,
were united iiv marriage by Rev. M.
E.' Gabard. The attendants were,
Misses . Maggie Mai TeTrill and
Amanda - Loc bridge, and Messrs.
Drew Irvine and Henry Osborne.
The bride was elegantly attired in a
crown of white, and the young lady
attendants wore costumes of light
green organdie; Immediately after
the ceremony the bridal party left
for the home of the grooml parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Simmons, at
Carter's Creek, where a delightful
reception was Riven. The bride is a
voung lady , of many accomplish
ments, and is admired and esteemed
by a large circle or inenas. me
groom is well known in this county;
nnrl la hnlrl in the hle-hest regard.
The Herald wishes for them all
the happiness that married life can
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will make
their home atCarter'9 Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dale
have annonnned the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Mary Eliza
beth, to Mr. William Rufus Hutton,
of Shelbvville. which will take
rdace in the First Presbyterian
Church on Thursday afternoon,
February 3, at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. Jack Porter and Miss Lorena
Harbison were united in marriage
nt the residence of Rev. W. A.
ln Wednesday evening at 8
nVinck. The croom lives in Colum
bia, and the bride is the daughter of
Ksmiire A. T. , iiaruison, oi iiu.
The marriage was a runaway
Farmers! Farmers! Farmers!
Vn can supply you with Clay,
Whinnoorwill and mixed varieties
f npnaft rheaner than any one. Cit-
izAna' 'nhone 117 an Bell 66.
tf City Grain & Feed Co.
rignres & McLemore.
Th well-known firm of Figures &
TVT.T.omrfi. cent's furnishers, has
HiDDr,lvprt nartnership by mutual
0T,t Mr. K. K. McLemore re-
1-ir.n- in nrrtnr that ho may give his
....nciHoH time to the Citv Grain &
Feed Co. Mr. T. N. Figures will
hereafter have the entire business
.,niir- hta nntrol. and the Herald
wk fnr him the same liberal
patronage accorded the old firm.
Another car load of rough granite
from the celebrated quarries of Bar
re, Vt. With a new steam plant and
T-ooHpnl workmen, vou can get the
Lest stock and finish at "TheColum-
bia Mamie ana uninw
mrKittli and Embargo Streets.
VWa ----- . m
2.000 ritreons, at 13 cents
. jAt KSO.W
F. 8. Woldridge.
of New York, is
Frank Borum is visiting relatives
in the Zion neighborhood.
Mai. Will Polk, of Robinsonville.
Miss., is with friends here.
Miss Elma Carter, of Fayetteville,
is visiting Mrs. E. I. Joyce.
Mr. Jas. F. Lewis has returned
from a visit to Florence, Ala.
Mr. Frank G. Smith has returned
from several weeks' stay in Califor
nia. Mrs. II. B. Adams has returned
from a visit to her sister In Nash
ville. Miss Lowe, who has been visiting
Mrs. Frank Everett, has returned to
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Erwin, of
Nashville, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Dedman.
Miss Mary Ridley; Mr. Will Rid
ley and Mr. W. A. Dale left Sunday
for a visit to New York. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. N. Jones and
Mrs. Uattie Jones visited friends
in Nashville this week.
Mr. E. B. Coe, of Baltimore.
arrived this week to join his wife at
Key. w. H. McK.ennon'8.
Mr. J. D. Peeler and family, of
Huntsville. Ala., are visiting the
family of Mr. Geo. Harlan.
Mr. W. B. Turner, of the Mc
Dowell school faculty, spent several
days in JNashville this week.
Prof. W. E. Bostick attended the
meeting of the State Teachers' Asso
elation in Nashville this week.
Mrs. W. K. Boardman, of Owens-
boro, Ky., is the guest of her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Wui, Biddle.
Miss Mary Walker visited her
brother, Mr. C. B.Walker, at Lewis
burg, last Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Maggie Johnson And Mr. T.
S. Johnson, who have been visiting
their sister, Mrs. H. L. Hendley, re
turned to Lexington, Ky.,this week.
Will Hodge, who has been con
nected with Demoville's drug-store,
Nashville, was here this week en
route to Knoxville, where he has
accepted a position.
Miss Nellie Williams, of Annis
ton, Ala., who has been the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Nichols, left
this week for Pulaski to visit Mrs.
Geo. Sarven, before returning home
Messrs. U. H. Foster, J. C. Voor
hies. J. L. Button, W. W. Evans
and Walter Adkisson attended the
Simmons-Wisener wedding at
Dark's Mill Wednesday evening
Cure Your Cold.
Woldridge & Irvine's Grip and
Cold Tablets will do it. It
Pergonals Culled From Exchanges.
L. P. Padgett, of the Columbia bar
has been here on legal business this
week. Lawrence Democrat.
Miss Sue Wilkes of Culleoka has
been spending a week with Mrs. W.
R. Peebles. Giles County Record.
Mr. sam ureen, oi Columbia, was
on a visit to his brother, Aaron
Green, in this city during the past
ween. oneiDyvuie uazette. ,,. i
Nashville American: Hon.' and
Mrs. Thomas Nelson Jones, of -Columbia,
are at the Maxwell House.
Mrs. Jones was Miss Mollle Gardner,
of West Tennessee, and was a great
Dene in ner day. since her mari
riage she and her- husband have
spent much of their time abroad. ! ,
J. I rank v uey, the popular Coun
ty Court Clork of Maury County,
was mixing with his friends In Nash
ville yesterday. Mr. Wiley has oo
cupled his present official position
ror a number or years ana is a can
didate for re-election. He has made
a splendid officer and his friends in
Maury are confident of his re-eleo-
tion. His genial and generous dla
position makes friends of all who
come in contact with Mr. Wiley,
and every man of them is pulling
for his success in the coming elec
tion. Nashville American. '
Nil HI MM H
But we are still in the race
when it comes to Groceries,
We solicit your trade and
guarantee satisfaction. Don't
forget us when you need any
thing in the Field Seed line,
for we make a specialty of
seeds of all kinds, onion sets,
Frierson & Embry,
Cor. Eighth and South Main Sts., I
Uakes Building. )
Robbery and Arson.
Duke Brother's store, on the Mt.
Pleasant pike, about six miles from
Columbia, was discovered to be on
fire early last Monday morning.
Frnm all annearances. the store was
first burglarized and then set on fire,
as the back door was round unras-
tened with a piece cut out of it. The
house and stocK were Doth destroy
ed. The building was owned oy
Duke Bros., and was insured with
O. P. Rutledge, Agent, for $200; val
ued at $300. The stock, which was
owned by D. Lazarus, was also in
sured with O. f. itutieoge ior i,iw.
HANG ON TO
until you see the dollar's worth
we eive you for it. These are
times, when every cent 6aved
makes life easier. You can save
many of them at our store with
ont sacrificing quality, in the
least. ;Don't fail to como and ex
amine our line of roasted and
qrecn coffees the best for the
money 8 lbs for $1.00.
W. W. DENNIS,
South Main Street, near Square.
W. T. Wilkes and 1. S. Derryberry,
under the firm name of Wilkes &
Derryberry, are now fully equipped
and ready for business as under
takers. Location in the Brown
Block on 8. Main street. tf
Wohiridtfe & Irvine's
Cold Tablets will cure.
don t till this prescription;
We simply furnish the
1 . . 1 ' l .
Dome, us a sure cure
lor one of the worst af
flictions on earth.
Every faimly can afford
one. Don't suffer with
1 i r . i
coia ieer, wnen we are
Water Bottles, 1-qt.
Water Bottles. 2-ut.
Water Bottles, 3-qt.
Mater uotties, 4-qt.
DAIHIO Tiif nniiAAiA
riHlllO. THE DRUuGISTi
The very latest is Ouinoned Tab
lets for colds, guaranteed to cure In
24 hours or money refunded.
Sunday-School and Laymen' Meeting
A raeet'ng of the Sunday-school
workers of the different churches
was held in the First Cumberland
Presbyterian Cburch last Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mai. J. T.
Williamson was called to the chair
and O. P. Rutledge was made secre
tary. The matter of taking a religi
ous census of the city and suburbs
was discussed at length, and re
suited in the appointment of a com
mittee, consisting or the superin
tendents of Sunday-schools, who
were authorized to mature and exe
cute a plan whereby the religious
statistics or the city could be gotten
at. Alter the disposal or this busi
ness, the laymen of the various
churches considered the meeting as
an adjourned sesssou of the meeting
held at the session room of the First
Presbyterian Church a, week before,
and proceeded to consider the un
finished business of the former
meeting. On motion of Rev. Mr
Thompson of the Baptist Church,
the whole audience by a rising vote
agreed to enter into a personal co
operation with Dr. Kelley in a meet
tng to be held at the First M. E.
Church, beginning Thursday night,
Jan. 20. The special purpose of
these series of services will be the
arousement and reconsecration of
christians to lines of christian labor.
Rev. Dr. Morris, of. McKeudree
Church, Nashville, will be present
and do the preaching during the
; Church Kxtemlon llally.
Services will be held in the First
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
of this city by the workers of that
denomination in the county to
night and to-morrow night, for
the purpose of having a "church
extension ' rally." A number of
prominent ministers will be present,
and an Interesting program' has
been prepared. It is hoped that
every Cumberland Presbyterian
church in the county will be repre
sented by some of its officers, Bun
day-school workers and members of
Ladies' Missionary Societies.
Rev. D. T. Waynick preached at
Lewisburg last Sunday. The morn
ing se'vice at the Main Street C. P.
Church was conducted by J. H. Fus
sell, and at night the Christian En
deavor Society held a meeting.
Rev. W. D. Wendel preached in
the school-house at Dark's Mill last
Sunday afternoon. The Meth
odists in that vicinity are contem
plating erecting a church in the
near luture. ,
At the close of the regular service
next Sunday morning, the members
of the First Presbyterian church
will elect four ruling elders.
The Men's Noonday Prayer-meet
ing is being led this week by Mr. J.
T. L. Cochran, and both the attend
ance and interest have been good.
Rev. Joe Ramsey, the blind
preacher, will lecture in the South
Columbia Methodist Church on
Sunday night, Jan. 30.
Tennessee Conference, Columbia District,
Second Round of Quarterly Meeting
Pleasant Hill Jan. 22, 23.
Kikton Jan. zs, 'JA,
Taylor's Chapel Jan. 20, 30,
Hebron Feb. 5, 6,
Bee Spring Feb. 12. 13,
Chestnut Grove Feb. 19, 20.
miasm t en. a, zi
Kedron Feb. 2(i, 27.
Berea Mar. 5, 6.
South Columbia Mar. 12.13,
Columbia Mar. 13, 14.
Mt Pleasant Mar. 19,20.
v oner s ii ar. M,
Olivet . Mar. 26, 27.
Booth's Mar. 30.
Aspen Hill April 2, a
Hurricane April 9, 10.
Mooresvlilo Circuit April 10, 11,
J. R. Stuart, P. E.
For Kent 1898.
Store-house on West Seventh
street, known as the Harrison stand.
It Mrs. Gertrude Harrison.
UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letter re
maining in the post-omce, for the week
ending Jan. is, tsys,
Anderson, W J
Hinson, Mrs F C
Booker, J F
Burke, X F
Chandler, Ada M
Chandler, W II
Holland, A J
Irwin, hire John
Morgan, Mrs A M
Tarties calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
II. F. Fariss, P,
guaranteed to care.
-ror the blood
Mr. Joe. M. Tucker is still dan
Mr. Joe Parks has recovered from
a spell of sickness.
Cabinet Photos $1.00 per dozen at
Fielden Bros', gallery. . tf
Duck-River was on a considerable
boom the first of the week.
W. J. Embry & Co. have money to
loan on real estate mortgages.
Miss Louise Woldridge has been
on the sick list for several days.
For Rent. Cottage on North
Ga-den street. W. S. Fleming
vvasn uiacKDurn nas neen ap-
pointed manager of the Vendome
Theatre, in Nashville.
Wash Blackburn has been
Ask your grocer for Smithwick's
Milk Bread. Coffee cakes every
Saturday. 1 21 4
Attend the mass meeting of stock
holders of the Citizens' Telephone
Company at the Opera House to
day. Mr. Ephraim Derryberry and
family have moved to the Stuart
house, corner or 4th and Garden
The Bethell House barber shop
and bath-rooms. Tuck & Murray.
Seven cars were derailed on the
N., F.&S. road nea Loretta last
Mary, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. E. McKennon, we re
gret to say has been quite ill for
several days past.
Fancy baking for entertainments
a specialty at
1 21 4 SMITHWICK'S. 'Phone 228-3.
Miss Lizzie Brown Houser is stay
ing at Smithwick's confectionery in
the Bethell block. Emmett Dug
ger runs the bread wagon.
It cures others and will stop your
cold if you use Woldridge & Irvine's
Grip and Cold Tablets. It
Dr. J. E. Dedman arrived this
week from Indianapolis, Ind., to
make Columbia his future home.
He has established his office in the
For Sale, Poland China hogs and
pure Bronze turkeys.
janM-ot j. r. warfield.
The rair business has been so un
profitable for the past several years,
that the fair grounds, situated
south of Columbia, will be sold at
auction Feb. 14, to pay the mortgage
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. Sea
him before buying. tf
Judge Thos. J. Coleburn was
taken seriously ill last Saturday,
and hag since then been confined to
his bed. He rested fairly well Wed
nesday night, but yesterday his
symptoms were not so encouraging.
His friends hope to see him entirely
For the best bronze turkeys or
Poland China hogs to be round,
write to S. W. Warfield ; he guaran
tees satisfaction. dec31-8t
Mr. Dave Bogatzky, of this place,
and Mr. H. I. Veinbaumr of Nash-
ville, have made arrangements to
open up a stock of men's furnishing
goods in Springfield, orr March 1.
The business will be In charge of
Mr. Weinbaum, and Mr. Bogatzky
will continue to conduct his Star
Clothing House in Columbia.
You can get anything you want in
the line of furniture. Garnets and
wall paper at R. L. Weakley's, 225
Noith- Summer street, ' Nashville,
A small blaze in a rubbish box in
the servant's room back of Mr. John
Dobbins' residence, corner Sixth
and High streets, last Saturday
night, afforded the fire company a
chance to race up West Seventh
street and down Sixth to the Are, by
wnicn time tne blaze was extin
guished and the crowd had dls
Shoulder to Shoulder!
We will change this sarinir lust a lit
tle and eay a man to one of our nice
brown country shoulders at 6c lb will
be well satisfied.
12 lbs soedtick coffee ....$1.00
9 lbs A r buckle, 4-x or Lieverlnars
2 lba Arbuckle, 4-X or Levering!
14 lba best California raisins 1.00
20 lbs clarified sugar 1.00
3-lb cans California aprioota .13
3-lbcans California peaches....... .15
iMew crop js. o. molasses, per gal... .20
we will sell you Hour less than whole'
sale mill prices.
Mernwether's snuff, 3c, 5c and 10c per
WHITE ft DAIMWOOD'8,
Bell Telephone 24. North Main Street,
Grocery Store Burned.
The store of Butler & Morgan, on
South High street, caught fire in
some unknown manner last Monday
night about 11 o'clock. The house
which belonged to Mr. M. L. Eddy
was damaged to the extent of about
$100, and the Btock of groceries was
almost totally destroyed. The house
was insured for $200 and the stock
for $500 In companies represented
by O. r. Hutledge.
$10 Reward (or Boggy.
Some one carried away from ray
stable on Friday, Dec. 24th, either
by mistake or knowingly, one White
Elephant buggy. To any one return
ing same to me,ot her than the person
who carried it away, or who will
furnish information leading to re
covery of same, I will give a reward
Of $10. W. A. RUTTLE. It
The case against James H. Voss
who was arrested last week for cut
ting Joe Reed, was dismissed by
Jtrdire Erwin Saturday upon the
recommendation of the City Coun
sellor, who had investigated the
case and found nothing to Justify a
trial. Reed is improving from his
MARKED DOWN PRICES.
The next ten days our entire
stock of Millinery at half price,
Special One lot of Sailor3 and
Walking Hats below cost.
Mips Nellie Carroll.
of anything in our winter stock
mid we will make you a price
that win tempt the most eco
Between Season's Prices
insure a saving of THIRTY to
FORTY PER CENT, and we
have many ODDS and ENDS
Shoes and Clothing,
on which we have made a re
duction of one-half. New goods
are arriving and we must have
more room at any cost. This
sweeping reduction means our
loss but your gain.
We have just received a hand
some line of
and White Goods,
latest designs at lowest prices.
See our beautiful new line of
W0RSTEADS in Plaids
for waists and skirts; they ap
peal to swell dressers,
AgtH 07 Years. .
John H. Gilliam died last Friday,
Jan. 14, at his home near Leftwich
in the 3rd district of this county.
Deceased had lived to the ripe old
age of 97 years, having first seen the
iirht oi day in wytne county, Vir
ginia, on the 24th day of November,
1800, a little over a year alter tne
death of Georee Washington. When
8 years of age. he, with his father
and mother ana tnree otner enn
dren, moved to Tennessee and set
tled near Rock Spring in this coun
ty, at which time this section of the
country was very sparsedly settled.
8hortlv after the closing of the
civil war he moved t tne 6ta ais-
trict. where he has since lived. He
leaves one sister. Mrs. Nancy Har
dison who will soon bj 83 years old,
and one son and daughter, who
have both passed the marksof "three
score years and ten.'' nis seconu
wife, who is 73 years oia, aiso sur
vlves him. The funeral services
were conducted at the residence last
Saturday, and the burial took place
in the Hardison graveyard near
Alexander T. Spain died last Sat
urdav morninsr at !m home near
Enterprise, in the 71 year of his
aire, having been born in Virginia
June 7, 1824. He came to this county
In 1848 and lived here continuously
until his death. The remains were
interred in the Hunter grave-yard at
Mt. Pleasant. ' 1
like to have you come to our store
and get prices on Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Just see what $1.00 will
9 lbs good roasted coffee.
, 8 lbs A. B., or 4-X coffee.
20 lbs whit clarified sugar.
6 3-lb cans California apricots.
6 3-lb cans California peaches.
12 lbs best stick candy.
. 12 lbs best fancy candy.
13 lbs good raisins.
You have doubtless learned what
a long-tongued fellow "Cash" is.
Telephone 131. W. , McKENNON.
A High Authority on Trotwood's Book
Trotwood's dook has met with a
flatterinir reception from the press
of the country. Even the large
dailies have devoted more than
their usual space to reviewing it,
and with one accord they pro
claim its merit and assert that
it will be a permanent addition to
the literature of the age. We clip
below a criticism from a very hiirh
authority. The Quarterly Book Re
view a magazine devoted entirely
to the work or reviewing the literary
efforts of others. It says:
" 'Songs and Stones From Ten
nessee.' Very modest in its preten
sions, yet bright and sparkling in
its accomplishments, is the collec
tion of verse and sketch that comes
from the South. Of distinctly local
flavor in topic and treatment, that
fact will commend it to a large cir
cle of readers. While varying in
merit, they are along lines in which
the writer has Intimate knowledge
The author cultivates a little field,
but he does it well, and here is the
fruitage, fresh as the newly blown
flower, invigorating as the summer
breeze. In the love of home, its sur
roundings, customs and tradition, is
the interest and strength. The
verse is graceful and fresh, the dia
lect indicates skill, the gentiment is
pure. The book contains mnch
more merit than many of the books
sent out with flare of trumpets."
An elef ant suburban home,
ply to Jo. L. Hutton.
Two Cold Feet
Arejuommon afflictions. So com
mon in fact that we have laid in
an extra supply of
Hot Water Bottles.
This is something you need and
we cordially invite you to eee
Woldriiloe & Irvine.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Houston Thomas shipped I load of
hogs to Louisville.
La Anderson shipped 1 load of
stock to Louisville this week.
J. B. Wilson shipped a load of
mules to Montgomery this week.
Jack Noland, of Alexander City,
bought a load of mules and horses
on the streets Monday.
Joe Hagey brought in two hogs
from the country last week which
tipped the scales at G20 and 510
Alexander & Vaughn shipped 2
loads of hogs and cattle to Louis
ville Saturday, and 1 load to the
same place yesterday.
Farmer Jno. Gant bought a mag
nificent pair of mules from the City
Grain & Feed Co. These mules are
handsome enough for John to drive
to his trap.
John Barrow sold a load of mules
to John Chastaine, of Montgomery,
Ala., last Friday. He also sold part
of a load to H. Abraham, of Mont
gomery. F. P. Rainer, of Montgomery,
Ala., S. J. Nolan, of Alexander
City, Ala., and A. P. Hode, of
Opelika, Ala., were here this week
Mr. J. A. Jones, of Little) Lot, sold
to parties in Maury County last
Saturday 50 head or mules. He re
ceived for the lot $2,750, or $55 a
piece. Hickman County News.
F. R. Estes bought 44 head of
mules from Allen Harlan Tuesday
and shipped, with 11 head bought
on the streets, to Atlanta, Ga. He
also shipped 2 loads for Loyd Cecil
Monday, and another luesday.
Since April 1, 1897, J. A. Yokely
has shipped from Carter's Creek, for
Smith, Morrow & Co., 37 cars of cat
tle, hogs and sheep, valued at about
$9,000. They also have 142 head of
cattle additional to ship.
The federal ' quarantine against
cattle from Mexico and the far
rtouth, infected with splenetic or
Texas fever, went into eltect on
Saturday, and will continue in force
until November 15, 18'J8. uurmg
this period no cattle are to be trans
ported from the arpa south of the
line, which begins at the northwest
corner of California and traverses
the continent to the Atlantic Ocean,
on the southern boundary of Mary
land. Luckily, Maury County is
just above the line, her neighbor
Giles, being below it.
Clover Seed for Sale.
Furmers, don't forget that wo can
furnish you the very best recleaued
Northern lied Clover seed at tne
lowest possible price. Come to see
us. City Graik & Feed Co. tf
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
O. II. Podson to Allen Nolan, 8 acres
in 20th dist., $212.10.
W. H.Long to Mrs. Jvate K. liaiian,
kt In Mt. Pleasant, $7tt'k
K. F. Stoii9 to C. M. t razier, 2 acres
in 20th dist., $300.
J. F. WUev. et al.. to t. w. iueuana-
lasa, 100 acres in nth dist., $3,000.
Mrs. s. v. MoeKura ei ai. to nom. r.
Moore nnd wife, 75 acres in 11th dist,
J. 1. AKin el Ml. 10 s. fit r ox, acrei
in 5th dist., $1,700.
W. K. (ireshain to v. m. f iizpairicic.
80 acres in 4th dist., $1,000.
Webb Kidley et al. to K. K Arm
strong, l'.H) acres in 10th dist., $10,000.
John Uower west to r . . l.amroii, a
tracts in 13th dist., $5,ooo.
w. II. Watson to Tom l'eeier, lot in
0th dist., $250.
ii. K. Houser to J. v. Kinzer, iw
acres in 17th dist., $1,400.
Martha A. Uoodloe to jtobu L uooa-
loe, lot in Mt. Pleasant, $2-13.40.
J. T. liauguss etau to w.j.anu it. v.
Webster, 110 acres in 21st dist., $3,5uo.
To My Ftlendt and Cimtomer.
Having gone back into business
again, I will hereafter be found at
my old stand on Houth Main street.
I will conduct a first-class carriage
business in all its branches wood
working, painting and trimming
and will do the flnearrlage smith
ing myself, and weld all kinds of
springs and guarantee them; will
also have a good horse-shoer and da
all kinds of work on plows ana larni
implements, welding of well drills,
and work on all kinds of large ma
chinery, shafting, dressing and
tempting mill picks and other tools.
Thanking my friends for pa-t
favors. I solicit their patronage in
the future. Respectfully,
anl44t William Buchnau.
Tease! Tease! Tease!
Farmers, come to see us before
buying your stock pease and c'.over
seed ; will certainly save you morey-
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(larwoocPs Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. i. uaij