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THE COLUMBIA IIEKAL1): JTltlDAY, AP1UL 22, 18!8.
To say wo have a regular Shoe
Store is all that is sufficient to those
who know its advantages. However,
we name a few special prices:
Childs black and tan slippers,
with pretty buckles, 8 to ll'j, 85c.
12 to 2 $1.00
Never such a bargain in child's
slipper- offered in Columbia.
The Ladies sty tbat that Oxford
in black and tan that we are selling
for $1.00 is the beat they ever saw.
Our $1.50 Oxfords can't be bat.
We have already gotten In a
of those beautiful Oxfords that we
have had such a run on at $2.00
with cloth or kid top, patent leather
or kid tip, in black or tan; in fact
they were good $2.50 Oxfords but we
at the very lowest pric.
Our MEN'S SHOES are prettier
this spring than ever.
Our $1.98 Tan Shoes
are the talk of the town.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCURS:
I this dny sot my son, Walter W. Mar
shall, free, to act as though he were 21
years of age. 1 will not claim any of the
proceeds of his labor, nor will I be respon
sible for his debts.
April22,lW, It HTKA11EMA L'NDEKWOOD.
FINK POULTRY KftGS
FROM 91.00 Per Setting1 up.
White and Barred Plytnoth
Hocks. White. Black and
Brown Leghorns. Buff Cochin,
l.iuht Brahma. Wyandotte.
l'ekin Ducks. Museova Ducks.
.TnFgC is" Toulouse Geese, Fancy Pig.
ons and Berkshire Pigs.
CHERRY ItltOS., Columbia. Tenn.
REPORT OFTHE CONDITION
AT COI.UMIUA, IX THK STATE OF
for the Quarter Kiuling March 31, 'S.
LfWUM and discounts $ 123,053.01
Real Kstate 500.00
Furniture and Fixtures 2,278.20
Cash on ha ml and in other
Banks 7(1,27 7. (J 1
Capital $ 30,000.00
Undivided profits, net 2,3H4.0!I
Individual deposits 1 70,314.7 1
Cashier's checks outstanding 15.00
Statk ok Tkxsksskh,)
County of Maury. f '
I, J. F. Hhownlow, cashier of the
above-named Hank, do solemnly swear
that tlie, above, statement is true, to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
I, F. Bhowni.ow, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 1st day of April, J8!W.
J. F. Wit.Kv, County Court Clerk.
T. .1. Kra,
J. '. Kkowni.ow. Directors.
John W. Fry.
Your account solicited.
3ew Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Kutfene Pillow.)
Representing the following companies:
jI.Iiih. ierinaiiia. Trailer Nni t li wet ern
Mutual. ' Coitimert'lal I nion, of
London. VVIIHitiii-hiirg llty.
Xee them before ins 'ring your jn-operty.
WANTKD TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
ponsible, established house in Tennes
see. Monthly $15.00and expenses. Posi
tion steady. Reference. Knelose sflf
addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept. H. Chicago,
in a v 20
Dr. M. P. Merrill,
Ollice over Dr. Williamson's ofllce, Ga
JITROrSOXUlK gas for paini.kss ex
Offick Hours 8 :00 a.m. to 5:30 p. m.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
W. A. Jackson slipped a load of
hogs this week to Louisville.
Harlan, Parks & Harlan bought a
mare from Charley Frazi-r, of Knob
Creek, this week.
Hal Purker, S:!!
will make the season of 1898 at
South Side Park, Columbia, at $15
bv the insurance. Only four of his
get were trained last year. Three of
them naced miles better than z:2.
and two better than 2:20. Addie
Parker, a three vcar old, paced a .'id
mile in 2:13l4'. and was sold for $SiX).
Al e Hal, 2-year-oia race record
2:29l4, paced a mile in 2:IJl4 , and a
4 in isl) seconds, and was sold ior
7o0. I . K. ALEXANDER,
upl22 6t Columbia, Tenn.
Cannon J ne.
Miss Cynthia Holland Cannon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Can
non, of Franklin, and Mr, William
Coleman Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Jones, of Williamson coun
ty, were united in marriage at the
Presbyterian church in Franklin on
Wednesday evening of lat week at
8 o'clock. The church was prettily
decorated with palms and potted
plants and lilies. The audience was
entertained before the arrival of the
bridal party by a musical pro
gramme, including Victor Herbert's
serenade and selections from Robin
Hood. The bridal party entered to
the sweet strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march, and the ceremony
wa said in an impressive manner
by Rev. J. 8. Foster. Immediately
after the marriage an elegant recep
tion was given at the home of the
bride's uncle, Mr. Newton Can
non, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Jones were driven to the groom's
home, eight miles west of Franklin,
where they will reside. The Frank
lin papers, and those who attended
the wedding from here, speak high
ly of the many accomplishments of
the bride and her beauty and graces.
Mr. Jones is one of the most prom
ising young men of Williamson
county and has relatives and a
large circle of fi lends in Maury who
extend their congratulations and
sincere good wishes.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Latta. corner Sixth and Garden
streets, presented a pretty scene last
Wednesday evening at eight o'clock
in its decorations of flowers, ivy and
smilax. The occasion was the cele
bration of the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Irene, to Mr. James
P. Gartner. The wedding wai a
quiet home affair, there being only
a few relatives and in:imate friends
of the contracting party in attend
ance. The bride wore a lovely
gown of wh;te organdie, and carried
a bunch of bride's roses in her hand.
Dr. D. C. Kelley officiated, pro
nouncing the ceremony in a deeply
impressive manner, and immediate
ly afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Gartner
repaired to the home of the groom,
where they received congratula
tions. They were the recipients of
a number of handsome presents.
The bride is a young lady of many
noble qualities, and by her gentle
manners and disposition, has won
a large number of friends. The
groom is an industrious young man,
well-known, and highly respected
by everyone. They have the best
wishes of a large circle of acquaint
ances for a life of unalloyed happi
ness and prosperity.
Wednesday afternoon at four
o'clock, at the l'ii.- Methodist
Church, the mar-in.'" of Miss Sarah
Eunice Moor i !. George J5
Williamson was I riugnt to a happy
consummation. Long before the
appointed hour the church was
thronged with friends of the two
popular young people, and the au
dience was entertained until tne
arrival of the bridal party by sev
eral musical selections by Mrs,
Kelly on the organ and Miss Roberta
Williams on the violin. The church
was exquisitely decorated in palms,
holly and lilies, the chancel being
literally lost to view ueneacn a Dank
of these, and over all a soft, mellow
light was shed by scores of waxen
When the bridal party arrived the
sweet tones of Mendelssohn s wed
ding march pealed forth, and the
ushers entered first in the following
order: Messrs. C J. Akin and W.
J. Towler, Dr. .1. T. Meadors and
Mr. James McGruder, down the
right aisle; Messrs. Lucius E. Polk,
of Arkansas, and Ed Carpenter, of
Nashville, Messrs. Will William
son, of Nashville, and V. P. Moore,
a brother of the bride, down the left.
Then came the maid of honor, Miss
Elizabeth Moore, sister of the bride,
attired in white French organdie
over green silk and white hat with
large white plumes falling grace
fully to the right, and carrying i
bunch of sweet peas in her hand.
Following came the bride on tne
left, leaning on the arm of her
brother, Mr. J. T. Moore, while the
groom, with his best man, Mr. Will
iam Evans, entered on the right
The bride wore a lovely gown of
white French organdie over white
silk, her veil being held in place oy
a bunch of orange blossoms. She
carried a bouquet of lilies-of-the
valley and maiden hair ferns.
At the altar the bridal pair were
met by Dr. Kelley beneath an arch
ofsnirea, and there she with con
tiding, loving iaitn, and ne witn
manly pride and devotiou they
pledged their troth each to the other
as man and wife. While the cere-
monv was being pronounced, the
wedding inarch changed in softer
toues to "Call Me Thine Own," and
as the party left the church the
music changed again to JYieiideis
Mr. and Mrs. Williamson left on
the evening train for Washington
and other cities, where they will
spend some time visiting.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Moore, and has many
admirers. Her superior accom
plishments, lovable character and
pure womanly qualities, have given
her a place in the hearts or ner ac
quaintances which will ever remain
The uroom Is the son of Mai. J. T
Williamson, and is a young man of
tine promise. At present he occu
pies a position in the oilice of State
Comptroller at rs ash vine.
Koth have a great many friends
who wiih that their journey through
life may be crowned with nothing
but happiness and prosperity.
I want to buy. R. Holmnu.
Maury County Odd Fellows will
celebrate the 7th anniversary of
American Odd Fellowship in Mt
Pleasant, next Tuesday, beginning
at II o clock in the morning. 1 here
will be a parade, anniversary cere
monies, dinner and speaking
hverybody is cordially invited.
Let the frog do the croaking. Pu
rify the system with any of the
valuable receipts that we will
put up for you on application,
and drive out the germs of dis
ease that are ready to prey on
enfeebled bodies. Our prepara
tions in this line have done won
ders in restoring health and vi
tality. Now is the time to use
ALCORN'S Syrup Red Cloyer.
ALCORN'S Celery and Kola Componnd
are just in season.
GEORGE S, ALCORN.
Or Maury County Culled to Meet Next
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee of Maury County, is hereby
called to meet in the Circuit Court
room at 11 o'clock, next Monday,
April 2o, 18UH, to determine the man
ner of selecting delegates to the
Judicial Convention to nominate a
candidate for Circuit Judge of the
9th Judicial District, to be held in
Pulaski, Tenn., June 1, 1898. Also
to determine tho time and manner
of selecting delegates to the Guber
natorial Convention to nominate a
candidate for Governor, and for the
consideration of any other business
that may come up.
d. IjOoney, Acting Chairman.
"As We Sow
So Shall We Reap."
If we sow bad seed, we cannot ex
pect to reap a good harvest. We
have GARDEN SEED of all kinds
but none except the bent and freshest.
Northern Seed Potatoes
of the improved varieties.
Our Groceries Please.
We are selling 9 pounds of Arbuek-le's,4-Xor
Levering's coffee for$l.
If you know a good thing, you will
not ne slow to accept this.
W. W. DENNIS,
South Main Street, near Square.
A Good Position.
The Knoxville Journal says:
'About two years ago Mr. W. It.
Hodge, a well known pharmacist of
this city, made application to the
navy department of the United
States for a position as dispenser on
board some war ship or cruiser.
Nothing was heard of the applica
tion or from it by the applicant for a
long time and naturally he com
menced to think that it had gotten
in the wrong channel or had come
to some other misfortune. Satur
day, however, the pharmacist was
treated to quite a surprise by the
navy department; he received no
tice that his application, which had
been sent two years ago, had been
received. Then the communica
cation asked Mr. Hodge to hold
himself in readiuess to report for
duty at any time. A dispenser in
he navy ranks as an officer and
barring dangers, which he braves in
an enagement, is well provided for
Dy Uncle oam. He is allowed, be
sides a good salary, an abundance
of money with which to purchase
clothing and pin money to the
amount of a good salary in itself.
His duties are light, and altogether
he is as well cared for as are any of
Mr. Hodge Is now at home In Co
lumbia awaiting his call.
We will sell for thir
ty days, .strictly good
worth $1.25 at 98 cents
Ralston's Health CI ant
Pettjjolm's Breatfast Foois
are all going up Our
BLEND is the best
value on the market
at 6 lbs for $1.00.
Car of Fresh Virginia
Land Piaster Just Received.
E. . Gaulle Grocery Co.
HBr rra at i1 Hi mt u m
OVER THE COUNTY
Photo buttons, 2 for 25c at Young's
One Domestic sewing machine, In
good conditiou, for $7 50.
apll5 2t S.B.Stephens.
Dr. J. W. Stockard, our floterial
representative in the Legislature, is
the Democratic nominee for Circuit
Court Clerk of Lewis county.
Mr. M. A. Mcliride, of the Lips
comb neighborhood, has gone to
High, Texas, where he will spend
four weeks visiting.
If you are a candidate for office,
the Herald can tell more voters of
it in a day than you can in a month.
and it will cost just the same now
as later on $5 in cash.
Writers, especially writers of
fiction and poetry, will find some
thing to interest them if they will
send for a copy of The Inland Maca-
zlne, Troy, Ohio. tf i
W. T.Wilkes and W II. B. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
the sale of pianos and -organs on
South Main street in the Brown
Block. Give ns a call before buy
ing, and save from $50 to $100 in the
purchase of a piano and from $10 to
$25 in an organ. Tuning and re
pairing a specialty, tf
Binders are built strong. Have
roller and bicycle ball beings.
Lightest draft binder on the market.
See Sattebkield & Dodson.
Rev. F. J. Tyler's lecture on
"Handsome Men and Beautiful Wo
men," at the Main Street C. P.
Church last Friday night, was fair
ly attended and greatly enjoyed.
The musical entertainment at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Rains last Friday evening was quite
a success and a source of very much
enjoyment to those who attended.
The entertainment was given by a
number of the young set for the bene
fit of the King's Daughters. The pro
gramme, consisting of instrumental
and vocal solos and duets, was ren
dered with much credit to the par
ticipants. The management of Howard In
stitute have a treat in store in the
Ucture by Dr. 8. A. Steele on next
Tuesday night. The subject of Dr.
Steele's lecture will be, "Home Life
in Dixie During the War."
Mr. Geo. L. Thomas gave an in
teresting lecture in the Athenseum
Study Hall last Saturday evening,
on his trip through Germany,
Sweden and Denmark. The lecture
was prettily illustrated by a number
of stereoptican views, under the di
rection of Mr. F. G. Smith.
German at the Institute.
A delightful German was given at
the Institute last Friday evening by
the Gamma Zeta fraternity. The
dance was led by Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Shoup, and the following partici
pated: Miss Mary Purvis, Chatta
nooga, Allison Webster; Miss Louise
Sutton, Hot Springs. Ark.. Prcy
Brown; Miss Pearl Snell, Bowling
Green, Ky., Will A. Long; Mis
Margaret Dunn. Lawrenceburg, ti.
G. Evans, Jr.; Miss Mildred Patter
son, Savannah, Tenn., F.J. Borum;
Miss Mary Underwood, Birming
ham. Ala.. Isaac Ball ; Miss Bertha
Garrard, Savannah, Tenn., W. W.
Moore; Miss Olivia Borrow, Colum
bia, W. W. Evans; Miss Myra Mc-
Crea, Marietta, Ga , C. J. Akin;
Miss Elizabeth Walker, franklin,
Tenn., J. H. Guest; Miss Julia Tift,
Albany, Ga., E. R. Farrell; Miss
Dora Colmore, Sevvanee, Tenn., H.
B. Cochran, Jr.; Mis Elizabeth
French, Hickman, Ky., George
Cooper, Nashville; Miss Nell
Sueed. Georgetown. ivy., Will
Polk; Miss Fannie Watson, New
port, Ark., Arch Patterson, N.ixh
ville; Miss Annie Willitnuon, Co
lumbia, J. W. G int. Miss Richael
Purvis, Miss Wage nscheutz, Miss
Elliot, Miss Bettison. Mrs. E. H.
Shoup, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Fowler,
Mrs. Neill Hughes, Mrs. Warren
and Mrs. Puckett were chaperones.
Frappe was served.
Entertainment at. Croat rlrldge.s.
The ladies of the M. E. Church at
Cross Bridges will give a supper to
night in the vacant house at Mr.
John W. Cecil's near the church.
The menu will be, hot fish, ham,
eggs, biscuit, muffins and "kaugh
phy." which will be served with a
complete line of sweetmeats. Price,
25 cents. The proceeds will be used
in repairing the church.
Miss Pearl Campbell, of Lynn
ville, was the honoree of a delight
ful entertainment given by Mrs. II.
P. Figuers to a few of her friends
last Thursday night. Refreshments
The Quartette Club will give a re
cital on Fridav night, May 12, at 8
o'clock at Phelan's music store.
Admission, 25 cents.
The llest Thresher Kelt.
The best to be had for the least
money. Give us your order now,
and be on time. Thresher teeth
find out what you need and we will
get them for you.
Craio Carriage & Machine Co.
If you don't think we are selling
all the cultivators, just watch the
"Monitors" leave our warehouse
We have broke the record; another
car will arrive this week. Give us
time and we will supply you; the
Monitor Is a winner. See
tf Satterfield & Dodsox.
Right Arm Broken.
Mr. W.J. Guest happened to a
painful accident last Wednesday
night, by falling down the steps at
the back of his meat shop and break
ing his arm just above the wrist.
He is gt-tting along as nicely as
could be expected, and his friends
wish for him a speedy recovery
If you want the news,
Subscribe for tbe
E have the larg
est and cheapest
New patterns con ing in eve
Wall paper S.c, 4c, ic and 5c bolt.
Wall paper, better grades, 6c, 7c,
8c. 10c, 12c to 14c bolf,.
Ingrain wall paper 9c bolt.
We have a line of samples of very
fine wall paper ranging from 20u to
$100 bolt. We can deliver them in
a few days after ordering.
Felt window shades, complete on
spring rollers, 10c.
Seven feet cloth window shades,
Seven feet cloth window shades,
plain, fringed and decorated, 40c, 44c
and 4!)c each, complete.
Extra sized shades, 9 feet long, 42
inches wide, 90c each.
Orders for special sized shades
filled on short notice.
Curtain poles, all colors, 20c com
plete. Household ammonia, 8o bottle.
Fiber water buckets, 25c.
Laundry soap, 12 bars for 25c.
Two large boxes blueing for 5c.
Globe matches 8c dozen boxes.
Clothes pins, 60 for 5o.
Wash boards, 10c, 14c and 19c each.
Cotton mops, 15c to 24c each.
Feather dusters, 5e, 10c, 15o to 24c
Large sized wool dusters, 20c each.
White-wash brushes, 5o, 10c, 15c,
24c to 49c each.
Full line paint and varnish brushes.
Horn brushes, 8c, 14c, 24c, 39c to
Steel enameled tea and coffee pots
24c, 35c to 49c.
Steel enameled wash pans.
Handled earthenware etew pans,
10c, 15c and 20c.
Earthenware baking pans, 8e, 10c,
and 14c each.
Ir. J. W. Sharlier.
Dr. J. W. Sharber died Tuesday,
April 12, at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Wm. Porter, in Cisco,
Texas, in the 80th year of his age.
The remains reached Spring Hill,
his old home, last Monday, and
were met at the station by a large
number of friends he had aminis-
tered to in palmy days of life. The
interment took place in the ceme
tery at that place, prayer being said
at the grave by Rev. Mr. Dixon.
Dr. Sharber lived in Spring Hill and
practiced his profession there for
many years, moving to Texas about
a year ago. He was an elder in the
Presbyterian church at Spring Hill,
and was highly honored and es
teemed. His wife, who preceded
him to the grave several years ago,
was a daughter of "Old Father"
Porter, who built the original Cum
berland Presbvterian Church in
Spring Hill. He leaves surviving
him one daughter, Mrs. Porter, of
Texas. His death will be sadly re
gretted by his old friends in this
Mil (ton So well.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sowell, of this
county, received the sad news this
week of tne death of their son, M i-
son Sowell, at Union City, on last
Friday, April 15. Mr. Sowell was in
the 29th year of his age, and former
ly lived in this county. He leaves
surviving him a wife and one child.
The funeral services and interment
took place at Union City.
Died In Texan.
The friends of Mr. James Jennings
were pained to hear of his death,
which occurred in Dallas, Texas,
las Saturday night. Mr. Jennings
was the oldest of nine children, three
of whom survive him ; Hon. W. S.
Jennings, Miss Mary Jennings and
Mrs. rattle Jennings Urooks. He
was born and reared near Mt. Pleas
ant, where he married Miss Sallie
Alderson In I860, and moved to
Texas about fourteen years airo.
He was generally beloved and re
spected for his many noble qualities.
The sorrow stricken family have the
universal sympathy of their Maurv
J. C. McGaw.
Mr. J. C. McOaw died Hiilrlfnk
yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
at his home in West End, in the
i0th year or his age. The funeral
soi vices will be held this nftrrwwm
at 3 o'clock in the First Presbyterian
Uhurcii oy itev. f. ii. Webb, and
the interment will take place in
Rose Hill Cemetery. Deceased bad
been in ill health for a long time,
although it was thought until the
day before his death that he was
on tne roau to recovery. Conse
quently the news of his death pro
duced quite a shock. He was an
Elder in the Presbyterian Church,
and was one of Columbia's best citi
zens, commanding the honor and es
teem of everyone. The following
children survive him: Mrs. Tom
Voorhies. Misses Alice. MhiMu far.
, rie and Lillie, and James McGaw.
0. P. RUTLEDGE,
Oilice: Boom 1", Masonic Ruilding.
.Specialties: JFire, Tornado, Tlato
Glass, Employers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. JanlS
Dr. Jos. T. Kleadors,
harden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72. aprilS
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Prompt attention given to all collec
tions. arMMHee with J. II. Fussell'
Whitthorue Hlock, Columbia, Tenn.
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IK CHANCERY.
Office: Front rooms In Masonic Temple,
over FiRunrs McLemnre'R 8'ore.
N. B. I have moved from the W'bitthorne
block; remember to call at my new Quar
ters. Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watoh and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Kotbetl Block, : COLIIMKIA, TENN
By virtue of a writ of venditioni expo
nas, issued to me from the Honorable '
Circuit Court, of Maury County, Tenn.,
on the 2ith dav of March, 18iW, In the
case of J. W. Wolfe vs. Green F. Ander
son, I will, on
Saturday, May 7, 180R,
at the court-house door in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the highest and best bidder, for
csh, the following described real es
tate, situated in the Ninth civil district
of Manry County, and bounded as fol
lows: North by vacant lot of J. J. Webb;
East by street; South by lot of Edraond
Johnson; west by vacant lot of said
Webb, containing about 14 of an acre,
more or less. Said property was levied
on and will be sold as the property of
the defendant, (Jveen F. Anderson, to
satisfy the li fa and cost.
This April 15, 1M!H
April 15-4 1 Sheriff.
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The Coin mbia Creamery Company, Com
plainant, vs. The Chicago Building
and Manufacturing Company, Defen
dant. It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendant, The
Chicago Building and Manufacturing
Company is a non-resident of the State
It is therefore ordered that it enter its
appearance herein, on or before the first
Monday in June, next, 18!W, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill,
tiled April 8th, lHitS, in the Chancery
Court at Columbia, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to it, and set for
hearing ex parte: and that a ennv nf
this order be published for four consecu
tive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk A Master .
L. II. Matcher, Sol'r for Complainant.
Okkipk of County Couht Clkrk, )
Columbia, Tenn., April 15, 18ns. J
In the County Court of Maury County.
at Columbia, Tennessee.
Nannie Moore, et. al., Complainant, vs.
Lizzie Trousdale, et, al., Defendant.
It appearing from aflHavit hied in
thisca-ise that Mary Lizzie Trousdale,
and William Trousdale are non-residents
of the StHo of Tennessee.
It is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance on or before th'e lirst
Monday in June next, 18.18, and plead,
answer or demur to Complainant s bill,
bled against them by Nannie Moore, et,
al , in the County Court of Maury Coun
ts, at Columbia, or the same will be ta
ken for confessed as to them and set for
hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consec
utive weeks in tho Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest:
J. F. WILEY, Clerk.
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Paris I, nsurpass.-d as lWn siifo. sure and
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