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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, J US 11 10. inms
f to Greatest Bapn
of the season. We have just re
ceived ii shipment of Willow
Calf Patent Leather and Cor
Tit Willow Calf
are made on 'he late style
English last. Golf pattern,
light tun, wild brass eye
letts. Our price on the first
lot of these shoes w is $4 (X),
but we have gotten these
so we can sell them at
The latest style toe and
last, of the finest raae,
We know we give the
greatest value ever offered
in Columbia. Genuine
Shell Cordovan, never
sold before for less than
$0.00. Our price $3 50
T. N. Figuers.
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
OHice: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Specialties: Fire, Tornado, Piatt
filasH, Kinployi'is'Liatiility and Steam
Boiler Insurance. janlo
I WAR I WM !
Has cost Spain millions, but it will
cost you nothing to get one of our
BEAUTIFUL BRONZE CLOCKS
and a very fine picture, nicely
framed, ABSOLUTELY FREE
of charge, as a premium with
goods purchased at our store.
With every $. and $10 worth of
goods you can get a fine picture:
and with very $20 worth you
can uet a handsome clock, a good
time keeper. Stop and see our
rreat bargains. We have a nice
Clothing, Shoes, Hats
and Dry Goods
Cheaper than ever, and we
entire satisfaction to all.
C0LIP3 BflPll STORE.
'.No. 11, Bouth Main Street, Columbia,
One second - hand (Jiirr. Hcott A Co..
Thresher, iCIx'i'.'. The machine is in good
condition find will (loan Kood work in a new
separator. I hoiiuht a new separator with
wind slacker, is tnv reason for selling. Price
on hundred dollars, payable September
1st, next. Can be Keen at my farm four
miles from Columbiana Mt. Pleasant pike.
june:);it John M. Gkav.
H. ALISON WEBSTER,
ltF.AL Esl ATK OFKICK,
'l'linne 3 .M, Kooiii No. 20, Masonic
I now have on hand rich farms desirably
located, with first-class improvements or
without Improvements, raiiKlnx 1"
from HKl to ;io0 acres. Prices reasonable.
Terms easv. mayso It
This pretty little fellow, is a model of
nerfection. inches hiuh. solid sorrel - fair
addler ami tine Unvr. "HEX" will maki
this season at our farm. For further par
ticulars call and see
may) U Laos ha an & Voss.
Xew Fire Insuninco Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Euuene Piliow.)
"Representing t he follow inn companies:
ji:tnn. (ieriiianlti. Trader Northwestern
Mutual. Commercial l iiion, of
liondon. Wllltainslxii'K Hy.
See them before insvrinq your property.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Bethell Block, : COIXMHIA, TKN
James A. Smiser,
ATToKNKY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR ix CHANCERY
Front rooms in Masonic Temple.
over t idlers ,v .vie i.cmore s s ore.
J!, I have moved from the Whitthorne
block ; remember to 'call at my new quar
ter. J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IX CHANCERY.
Prompt attortion given to all collec
tions. fff"1 t1io with J. H. Kussell'
Wliitlhorne l'lock, Columbia, Teuti.
Dave Hogntzky is in Springfield
Wash Rlackburn is here from
Mr. J. M. Dedman is at Bailey
Springs this week.
Rev. F. H. Webb returned this
week from New Orleans.
Mrs. H. 15. Adams has returned
from a visit to Nashville.
Hon. Horace Merritt, of Lewis
burg, was here this week.
Miss Pearl Phelan has been visit
ing friends in Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. W. A. Jones, of the hotel Max
well, was here last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Cook have re
turned to Columbia to reside.
Mrs. Alice McCord, of Columbus,
Texas, is visiting in Columbia.
Miss Vashti Hallanfant, of Cul
leoka, was in the city this week.
Messrs. Walter and Charlie Akin,
of Nashville, were here last week.
Miss Rebecca Williamson has re
turned troin school at Staunton, Va.
Mrs. J. F. Burns and little child
are guests of relatives in Columbia.
Mr. J. W. Hughes, Jr., of Birming
ham, Ala., is here on a visit to rela
tives. Miss Maude Thomason of Mem
phis, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
Miss Margaret Mayes, of Chatta
nooga, is the guest of Mit3 Minnie
Mrs. George Wilkes of Nashville,
wa the guest of Mrs. H. P. Figuers
Mr-. Will Hutton.of Shelbyville,
is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
VV. J. Dale.
Rev. W. J. Frierson has been visit
ing relatives in the city during the
Miss Louise Yoest has returned
from a visit to Mrs. E. J. Meacham
it Lew isburg.
Hugh Faris went to Nashville the
flint of the week to tell the soldier
Mr. Mack Roseborough, of Fay
etteville, came to attend the iiryson
Dr. D. C. Kelley has been with
his sick son at Leeville, near Nash
ville, this week.
Mr. Charles Hatcher is back from
Nashville, where he was attending
the Wallace school.
Misses Mamie Akin and Ressie
Moore are guests of Mrs. John Mc
Clure, in Nashville.
Mrs. W. R. Hanserd and little son,
of Klkmont, Ala., are visiting Mrs.
E. F. Shields, in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Johns Long, who
have been in Arkansas for some
time, have returned home.
Mrs. Ernest Boyd. .. Atlanta,
(la., and little M is i;n i v inn, are
guests of Or. aim di-. it. xlolding.
Miss Ethel Hocier lias returned
from Staunton, Va., where she at
tended the Mary Baldwin Semi
nary. Mr. Ed. Turner was called to
Athens, Ala., last week by the death
of his brother's wile, Mrs. V. H.
Dr. W. A. Smith has gone to Char
lottesville, Va., to attend the com
mencement ot the University of
Miss Janie Trimble, who has been
taking a course of study iu the
school of art in Cincinnati, has re
Mrs. J. L. Coleman has returned
from a visit to Athens, Ala., accom
panied by her daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Irvine, and two children.
Briggs McLemore, who has been
studying law at the University of
Virginia, in Charlottesville, va.,
has returned home for vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Estea were out
from Nashville the first of the week.
Mr. Esles delivered the memorial
address at the decoration of Pythian
Dr. and Mrs. Davis, of New York,
a-d Messrs. Ueorge Brown of Spring
Hill, and Walter Jones and S. 11.
Thompson, of Nashville, attended
the Moak-Wilkes marriage.
Miss Anna Laura Wert, of Deca
tur, Ala., arrived Wednesday to at
tend the Bryson-Cecil wedding, and
will spend a week visiting in the
county before returning home.
Mrs. E. D. Patterson, of Savannah,
and Mrs. Thomas Dunn and Mrs. W.
K. Finney, of Lawrenceburg, were
here this week to attend the com
mencement exercises of the Insti
Mr. J. Hough Guest left yesterday
evening for Chicago, wheie he will
remain until September, studying
composition with Gleason under the
celebrated musician, Prof. Max
The following party left yesterday
morning for Napier s, to spend
week camping: Rev. Baker P. Lee,
F. A. Shoup, W. W. Moore, Frank
G. Smith, Isaac Ball and Robert
Among the number from a dis
tance who attended the Moak
Wilkes wedding were: Judge and
Mrs. John S. Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs
W. B. Romine, and Mr. and Mrs. EJ
Martin, of Pulaski.
Capt. W. J. Whitthorne, of Com
nanv B., was here last Friday to bid
his friends and loved ones gooa-oye
before leaving on his long journey
for the Philippines, where his regi
ment has been ordered.
Mrs. T. H. Williams and Miss
Fannie Williams, and Messrs
Cheairs Mays, W. M. Chaffin and
Joe Lee have returned from Annis
ton, Ala., where they attended the
Ham ooil's Sarsaparilla-
guaranteed to cure.
-for the blood
A. R. Rains
Potato raisers, rememner we are
fullv prepared to furnish barrels for
the coming crop. Low prices an
best goods guaranteed. All stoc
dry ami well seasoned. A long ex
nerience in this line enables us
Kive the best potato barrel on the
market. Citizens' phone GO and
Bell phone 60.
tf W. F. Wilson & Co
DO YOUR FEET n
Have you ingrowing nails or
soft corns? Do your feet per
spire? Do your shoes pinch
or rub your feet? If so, buy a
It will give you more pleasure
than any other thing you can
buy. Makes a new shoe feel
like an old one on the foot.
Only costs 25 cents,
and if not satisfied we will re
turn your money.
GEORGE S, ALCORN,
weihhm; it k u,s.
Dr. Charles Henry Moak of New
York, and Miss Katherine Aileen
Wilkes, of this city, were united in
marriage last Tuesday afternoon at
three and a half o'clock in St.
Peter's Church. The church was
most elaborately and arti-Mcally
decorated by Ms. N. R. Wilkes,
Mrs. R. W. Watkins, and Mrs. Robt.
Ewing. The air was fragrant with
the odor of magnolia blossoms, these
being profusely used in the decora
tions, which were of green and
white. Tne organ responded sweet
ly to the magic toucli of Miss
Not only Columbia, but Maury
Countj , was largely represented in
the audience, so great was the in
terest centered iu the marriage of
this, one of the most beloved Co
lumbia girls who have ever left
home and childhood and girlhood
friends to make for herself and the
man of her choice another, and far
The groom and his best man, Dr.
Davis, of New York, came through
the vestry room, and the ushers
Messrs. A. B. Rains, R L. Mc
Kinney, J. P. McGaw. Granville
Coleman, J. W. Wilkes, R. L Gran
bery, Robt. Ewing and John Brown
of Spring Hill, joined them at the
altar. The matron of honor, Mrs.
R. L. McKinney, sister of the bride,
entered alone, and her beauty and
grace were admirab y displayed in
costume or white crepe over yel
low silk, and a picturesque hat
trimmed in yellow roses ana white
plumes The bride then entered
with her rather ur. j. h. wiiKes.
She was exquisitely gowned in
white bilk en train, and r.ever looked
more beautiful. Bishop Gailor per
formed the ceremony, assisted by
Rev. Baker P. Lee.
A most elegant reception followed,
at the residence of the bride's par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkes.
Mrs. Moak was assisted in receiving
by her sister, Mrs. R. L. McKinney
and by Mrs R. W. Watkins, Mrs.
Robt. Ewing, Mrs. F. D. Lander.
Mrs. R. L. Granbery, Mrs. Webb
Ridley, Misses Mary Long, Bessie
Hendley. Mary Greer, Minnie low-
ler and Emma Grigsby. The par
lors were elaborately bedecked with
poppies, the rich decorations form
ing a handsome oacKgrouna for tne
beautiful costumes of the guests.
Mrs. E. A. Fusch and Mrs. Joe
Brownlow extended a graceful wel
come in the sitting room, where they
gerved frappe, the daisy being the
chosen decorations here. From this
room the guests were ushered into
the dining-room, where a mass of
sweet peas in every available space
greeted the eye. Mrs. S. P. Harlan
and Mrs. YV. r. Woldridge presld
ing in ihis department. Tne re
freshinents were of the choicest
It was a time to be merry, and the
guests enjoyed the gracious hospi
tality of thH hour, but a sweet sad
ness pervaded the whole a silent
sorrow in every heart at giving up
this lovely woman from our midst
It is rarely that we Hud such beauty
of person, charm of manner and
sweetness of disposition as Miss
Katherine Wilkes represented, and
our best wishes are that life may be
stow upon her what she deserves
Dr. Moak is a splendid gentleman
and one of the rising physicians of
New York. Dr. and Mrs. Moak left
on the afternoon train for a bridal
trip east, after which they will re
side in New York.
Hollble Yf (blllli;.
The First Presbyterian Church of
Anniston, Ala., was the scene of a
brilliant social event last Tuesday
night at 8:30 o'clock, at which tune
and place the rites of matrimon
were conferred upon Miss Nellie
Williams of Anniston and Mr. Ulna
H. Foster of this city, and Miss
Sadie Williams and Mr. George E.
Long before the appointed hour an
impatient audience thronged the
spacious auditorium, which was
lavishly and beautifully decorated
for the occasion. The marriage al
tar erected for the solemnization of
these sacred rites, was hid behind a
bank of palms and ferns, roses, mag
nolias aud jessamines, while to the
fragrance of tho flowers was added
soft sweet strains of music to charm
the waiting audience. When the
bridal party arrived, the ushers,
Messrs. John Morrow, of Georgia,
F. L. Bbiehron, John H. Frye and
Armory Quinn, of Anniston entered
first, marching singly down the side
aisles, and crossing to the right and
left of the altar. Then came the
brides maids, Miss Fannie Williams,
of Columbia, and Miss Lelia Ghent,
of Anniston, followed by the atten
dants, Messrs. Claude Hutchinson,
of Atlanta; Rutherford Lapsley, of
Anniston; Dr. Deloach, of Atlanta;
William Chaffin and Joe Lee, of Co
lumbia ; A. J. Gnodwin,Lucien Keith
and H. S. Williams, of Anniston,
Misses Leila Seaman, Myrtia Wil
son and Carrie Smith, of Anniston ;
Lucy Whisenaut. Markham; Eliza
beth Nicholson, Grenada; and Miss
Carrie Williams, of Columbia. The
maidsof honor, Miss Irene Williams,
of Columbia, and Miss Lucy Leiper,
of Anniston, entered together down
the middle aisle, followed by the
brides, on either side of their father,
Mr. William H. Williams. At the
same time, Mr. Foster, with his best
man Mr. J. Cheairs Mayes of Colum
bia, entered from the left vestibule,
while Mr. Cater, accompanied by
Mr. H. L. Cater, of Anniston, occu
pied the right aisle. Skillful flng rs
touched the beys of the deep totud
organ, and the mellow notes of "Oh.
Promise Me," fell upon the hushed
audience, while Rev. Donald Mc
Queen in a reverential impressive
manner, said the ceremony uniting
the lives and hopes of the loving
hearts of those who stood before him
and plighted this troth, the one to
The brides were gowned alike.
In rich costumes of white satin, and
ea,ch carried bouquets of bride's
roses. The maids of honor wore
white organdie, and the brides
maids white organdie over pink
The brides are daughters of Mr.
and Mrs William Howard Williams,
who formerly lived in Columbia.
They are refined, cultured young
ladies, gentle in manners.J amiable
iu disposition, and, while visiting
hero have endeared themselves to a
large circle of friends. Mr. Foster
is one of the firm of McKennon, An
deron & Foster, of this city. He is
one of Columbia's foremost ant!
most popular young business men;
one in whom everybody places the
highest confidence and repect, and
to him ami his bride, as well as to
Mr. and Mrs. Cater, a large number
of friends here will extend their
After the ceremony a delightful
reception was tendered the bridal
party at the homo of the brides' par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Foster are off on
their bridal tour to Chattanooga and
Asheville, N. C, now; they will re
turn to Columbia about June 16 and
ho at home at the residence of Mrs.
W. B. Dobbins on Sixth Btreet.
Last Wednesday evening at 9
o'clock. Miss Nettie Maie Cecil w is
united in marriage to Mr. Henry
Knox Brysoti. The ceremony oc
curred at Like View, the home of
the bride's father, Mr. Loyd Cecil,
The lawn was beautifully deco
rated in Chinese lanterns, and the
drive-way was so daintily lighted
in fancy flames that it had the up
pearance of an approach to fairy
land As the gue8ts entered the
door they were met with gorgemis
decorations on every side). Toe
stairway was garlanded in aspara
gus vine and white lilies. The par
lors were elaborately decorate i in
irreen and white, and the bay w'n
dow was a massive arbor of ever
greens. In the centre of the en
trance to this arbor were two white
satin pillows, where tho bridal
couple knelt for the marriage bless
ing. The bridal party, composed of
Messrs. Maury Cecil and A. B. Har
lan, Miss Maud Cecil ami Miss Wert,
of Decatur, Messrs. F. M. Clawson
and George Milner, of Fayetteville,
and Misses Julia Soiith and Elise
Nunnelly, of Vernon, Tenn., formed
semi-circle around the lovely ar
bor, awaiting the coining tt the
high contracting parties. Before
their entrance, however, little Miss
Kate Cecil, the bride s neice came
bearing the ring upon a silver tray,
soon followed by the Maid of Honor,
Miss Bessie Cecil, the bride s sister,
lovely type of spiritueUe beauty
gowned in white organdy and lace
over pink taffeta silk. Then entered
the bride, leaning upon the arm of
her father; a handsome young wo
man, indeed, elegantly gowuea in
white silk gauze over white moire,
wearing a white tulle veil and carry
ing in her hand a large bunch of
bride roses. At the same time the
groom, with his best man, Mr. An
drew Wright, of Fayetteville, en
tered from another direction and
met the bride at the arbor, where
the ceremony, which made them
one, was impressively pronounced
by Rev. K A. Stella.
A.i elegant reception followed the
ceremony and congratulations. The
dining-room was decorated in pink
and white. The supper was elegant
and the menu elaborate, the colors
being carried out in the ices, which
were frozen in white Plies and pink
roses, all served in tlm best stvle of
Sidebottom, Nashville's lirstciterer.
The gifts were handsome and
numerous, attesting tho wide popu
tarity of the happy couple.
There were many visitors from
Nashville, Shelbyville and Fayette
ville, and a multitude of the bride'i
friends from this county. The bride
and groom left on the early morning
train Thursday for Shelbyville.
where they will be tendered a re
ception by the groom's sister.
The bride is the youmrest dau'h
ter of Ah. hoy u C.u:il. A hatic
some young woman, f many lovely
traits and of many admiring friend.-.
Mr. Bryson is president of one ot
t'e leading banks of Fayetteville,
and is one of her foremo-t citizens.
Last Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock, Miss Hisora McClellan was
united iu marriage to Mr. Cecil
Hunter, at the residence of the
bride's p trttits. Mr. and Mrs. Moses
McClellan, on S uth High street.
The parlor was prettily decorated
for the occasion, and the ceremony
was beautiful in its simplicity.
Elder J. P. Slayden officiated in an
impressive manner. Mrs. Robert
B. Jones, sister of the bride, pre
sided at the piano and furnished
sweet music. The bride, attired iu
We have received a new line
of Misses', Children's and In
fants' STRAP SANDALS & OXF03D Si
We bought them late and
they are extra good values:
Infaut's Strap Sandals, 1 to 5, 50c,
black and tan.
Children's. Strap Sandals, 6 to 8,
6!)o, black and ta'is.
Children's Strap Sandals, 8 1 2' to
llg. 85c, black and tans.
Children's Strap Sandals, 12 to 2.
$1.00, black and tan.
Children's Black Oxfords, 8 to 12,
Children's Tan Oxfords, 5 to 8. 4'.)c,
Misses' Black Oxfords, 13 to 2, 4!)c.
Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords,
13 to 2, 74c.
Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords, 13
to 2. $1.00.
We also show a full line of Ladies'
low cut shoes, lace and sfrap:
Ladies' Black Oxiords. 45c.
Ladie,.1 Black and Tan Oxfords,75c.
Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords,
Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords.
$1 00, $1.24, $1.49, to $1.89 pair.
Ladies' White Kid Strap San
Ladies' White Kid Toe Slippe's,
Children's White Kid Sandals, (i()c
We can sell you good shoes for less
money than any house iu town.
Ladies' White Summer Vests,
sleeveless, 5-, 8'.', 10c, 15c to 21c.
Ladies' Long Sleeve Summer
Vests, 19j to 24c.
Men's Summer Underwear, Balb.,
15c. 20c, 24c, 40c and 49c each.
Men's Summer Underwear in col
ors. 24c to 49c each.
Men's fancy Summer Underwear
in suits, only 9c and 75l- suit.
Lace Curtains, cream and white,
38c. Mc, ti!)c, 75c to $2.00 per nair.
Curtain goods, 4c, Fej, 7c, 10j yard
in white, cream and fancy.
Summer Buggy Robes, cotton and
l-'neti, 20j, 25c, 35c, 49c, 09c to 90c
SummerC'Tsets, 25c.4tc,49c to (19c.
Ladies' Collars, ail style, 10c.
Big line of small and large tans,
2c, 3c, 4 5c, 8c, 10c t 25c each.
Palm Leaf Fans, lc.
Satin Palm Leaf Fans 4o aiid2o.
a handsome gown of white organdie
and carrying a Inuquet of bride's
roses, never looked lvelipr as she
s'ood beside the man of her choice
aud plL'hted her vows to him. Miss
Annie Snanley, of St. Paul, Minn.,
and Mr. Towler McClellan, brothe"
of the bride, were attendants.
The brido is a popular and fasei
ting young lady, and tlm groom is
an industrious and highly respected
young man. They have the best
wishes and congratulations of a
large circle of acquaintances.
After the ceremony a reception
was tendered the bridal party at the
residence of the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunter, comer
of School and Twelfth streets.
Re1 Mobley, of Duck River, Hick
man county, and Miss Sackie Rarnes
were united in marriage at the
bride's home near Williamsport last
Friday afternoon at o:30 o clock.
The wedding was a very quiet aifair
and witnessed by only a few friends
and relatives. The happy pair have
the best wishes of many friends.
Munitions of War.
During the past week eighteen
car-loads of munitions have arrived
at the Columbia Arsenal, and large
npnlies have been shipped to
Tampa and Chickamauga. One day
last week 1,800,000 rounds of ammu
nition aud several thousand rifles,
haversacks, etc., were shipped to
E. W. Gamble
VCivJ L-Ar.-wwr.iiil wl iff Us- riZMimi.
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
COI.t'M HIA, TKN X E SS E E .
Iloiirtlin? nml Day School fur Girls.
Instruction in Primary. Ilih School and
full College work, wit h special advantatie
in Music. Art, Elocution, Hliort hand aud
rM S September 5, 1898.
For catalogues or further Information,
ItOltKltr I. SMITH.
J. A. TITG
ECOhUM HI A, TKN N
Or. Jos. T. Rleadors,
harden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Co In m I) iu, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72. aprllS
f)r: W. M. BIDDLE, ''
OiHce: Comer lliuh and Klghth Streets
( lllic.e hours : 8 to 103 to 4.
Dr. HI. P. Merrill,
)ilice over Dr. Williamson's oliiee, Ga
XITROirsOXlINK OAS FO It PAINLESS EX
Office IIol hs 8:011 a. in. to 5:30 p. rn.
Col. Anil M. Hushes M ill liaise a
Uiittalion in leniuSMC.
One Com puny Will lie Kecmlted Krim
Cnluioliia, vi.'li John .!. k
miii as Captain.
Col. Arch M. Hughes, Jr., arrived
here Tuesday from Washington
City. He liits been authorized by
Adjt. tien. Corbin to raise a bat
talion of colored immuues in this
state for Col. Muggins' regiment,
which will consist of colored im
munes recruited from Indiana, Ken
tucky and Tennessee.
Col. Htigg ins has already been ap
pointed in command of this regi
ment, hut the other oflicers have
not. Col. Hughes will probaldy be
appointed field nflk'er with the rank
ot Lieutenant Colonel. All the otll
cers from Captain up will be white
Oi the five companies to be raised
in Tennessee. Co Hughes will take
one from Columbia.
OHicer John Jacnson, of the Co
lumbia police force, has been up
pointed to raise the company, and
he will bo recommended for its
Captaincy. Luke Bonner, colored,
has also been supplied with enlist
ment blanks, and he is busily en
gaged iri taking names. The color
ed men are responding promptly,
and the company will be raised in
We sell best brands machinery
oil. Prices lower than lowest.
jun5 3t Dobbins & Kwino.
( I KIT IT t'UL KT.
A. Turner Sentenced to Two Yeitr
And Six Months For Murder.
Circuit Court Adjourned Wednes
day. The most important case tried
during tho term was the one against
James A. Turner, for voluntary
manslaughter. The case was on
trial Monday and Tuesday, and
Wednesday morning the jury re
turned a verdict of guilty and sen
tenced Turner to two years and six
months in the State prison. Turner
killed a man by the name of To in
Buckner, at Cross Bridges, iu De
cember, 1895. The case was con
tinued from court to court, and
never reached trial until this term.
Andrew Brown, colored, was fined
$50 aud costs for carrying a pistol.
1 he case against Will Matthews,
colored, for larceny, was nolle
prossed on payment of costs.
Jay Galloway, colored, was given
11 months iu the work house and
charged with the costs, on the
charge of stealing hogs.
Jim Ruford, colored, was sent to
the work-house for 00 days for the
larceny of a pistol.
The case against K. R. Ruford,
colored, for larceny, was nolle
prossed on payment of costs.
The case against Charley John
son, colored, for rape, was con
tinued until the next term of court,
as also was the case against Henry
Smith for horse-stealing.
Sandy Porter was fined $10 and
costs f.r selling whiskey without a
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