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DON'T BUT XJNTXL TOTT SEE OUR LISTS. IT IS IMMENSE, COME SSAXT Jjtedics 66 O. M," $2' Md shoes. Sole ofilgemtfov HPJLTJJLtMJP 'S celebrated stijf lusts. . III 9 r I TOWN AND COUNTY. Friday, January 30, 1891. E. A. FUSCH, Business Manager. Subscription Rates in Advance Subscribers in County. Sl.uu Subscribers out of county. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. XAKB YOUR WANTS KNOWN IU THIS CO BN. IT WILL BUBBLY PAY YOU. FIVK UKNT4 PKK Lit. W S.S Cii mat .rm". J. V. FRIERSON, JR., DRUGGIST, Comer Fnbllc Square and West Seventh St Columbia. Tennessee 1an S ly. W. J. OAKES. JOHN WFHT, Ijite of Pularki CAKES & WEST, Dealers In FURNITURE. CHAIRS, MAT TRESSES, ETC. NORTH MAIN STREET. NELSON HOUSE BLOCK. Columbia, wepl2 6m Tennessee. tiii: into w wAuoar. The best on wheels. It haa spring tongue andHtay- chain to prevent Jerking of the tongue and to ease the draft ou the team's neck. Han extension shoe skein to support and HtreDgthen the axles, and many other Improvement not found on any otiier wagon. Clec5 2m BATTICUrilLD A ClIL'KCIi. C. V. YYITHERSPOON & CO., COLUMBIA, TENN., KKAL i:ST.4TE AC, i: ATS Have opened an ofllce for the sale and rent al of Maury County real estate. Parties de Hiring to tfell or rent will do well to pluce their biiNiiu'8-i in our hands. We proptme to Advertise all real eHtate, write nil nesussary deeds and lurnUh abstract of titles FREE OF CHARGE. We have given bond and procured license real Kstate dealers, and persons doing business with us will receive straight, lair and honest dealing, sepal tf G. W. CURREY & CO., 1 jErilXl!3tS,sV Corner Church and Spruce Streets, Tklkpiionk llu. NASHVILLE TENN. Choicest cut flowers always on hand. Flo ral baskets and designs on short notice. oov28 6m . MOTE FASHIONABLE, TONHORIAL, ARTISTS, WEST 7T II STREET, COLUMBIA, TENN. nov7-tf. Telephone 56. 21 ACE: cfis .BB.1TAIT, PROPRIETORS OF -:-Little Bigby,IV!Ills.-:- Graham Flour, Buhr Meal, Cow-feed. dec!9 tiin JUDD, PHOTOGRAPHER. COLUMBIA, TENN. feu71y WATCHMAKER ill JEWELER And Dealer In Watches. Clocks and Jewelry. Fine watch and Jewelry repairing a special ty. Bethel 1 Block. Columbia, Tenn. may 17 lr Joa. Tow Li a. O. P. ROTI CDQI JOS. TOWLER & C0. JDHTCGISTS Corner Puhllc Square and South Main Stree J'reianptiont Carefully Coaoponn ded. COLUMBIA VENNESSEE Janlly ColumiaBanking Company CAPITAL, - - 100,000. Does a general Banking, Exchange and Commercial business. J. M. M AYES, President. J, C. WOOTKN, Vice-President anHly LUCIUS FRIERSON, Cashier. CLIMAX RESTAURANT, IRA C. WITT, Proprietor, No. 210 NORTH CHERRY STREET, deco6in Nashville, Tenn. Tlio Groat Hlvoiit Opera House, Jan. 30. Tie Ovide MdsIii Grand Concert Co. Composed of the following eminent Solo Art I win: OVIDK MUSIN, The gieat Violin Virtuoso. ANNIE L4HJIMK TANNER, The American Nlghtinuale, possessing the lucsl phi -noinenul range of any soprano now be fore the American Public. INEZ PARMATER, An eminent Messo So prano. KARL STORR, The German Baritone. First time in this country. EDUARD SCII ARK, A superior solo pianist Don't forget the night, FRI DAY, .IAN t'ARV 3ath, 11. Riserved seats for sale at Wold ridge A C'o.'su Admission with reserved seats 41. Uallery Mv. E. A. FUHCH. jan -i 21 Manager Star Course. J.- C. VOORHIES. K. 8. roWLKS. TOOKIIllvH Se '4MVI.i:it, Altorneys-at-Law. COLUMBIA, - TENNESSEE. Will practloe In th. oourts of Maury and TielgUborin'f eouDtles; also in to. Federal and Hiiprtmu courts. OtHo.itt Whilthome Miook. WsstStivcatafetrttl. Jal6if STREET, EMBRY Y.sjiiiwiill Potato IljLiitor.-!. Leave orders with us early to avoid delny. Stkkkt, Embby A Co. DISPENSING CHEMISTS WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Surgical Instruments, Trusses, .SuiiH)rU-r, Shoulder Unities, Fine Toilet Goods, Wedding and birth-day piesents, Fishing Tackle, Garden Seeds, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. TELEPHONE NO, 61. Jan24 ly SWEAR OFF ! Boiii the new year to save money by in vesting in the Stile Building and Swings Addition, Perfectly Safe. Better than a Savings Back Interest on all dues paid iu, and no forfeiture. local hoard: Dr. J. T. Akin, President; J. F. Wiley, E. D. Wilson, George W. Hayes, A. N. Akin. nov2S6in. J. C. Itsxi KK, Wec'y and Treas. ONE HUNDRED WOOD CHOPPERS. The Napier Iron Works will pay W cents per cord for coal wood, cut at designated places ou the proerty of I be company. One dollar per cord for wood delivered any where on line of the Napier Branch Railroad. dec;2 3ia E. C. Lkwis. General Mungtr. Nashville, Tenn. ART STUDIO. T wo AUffannllup'u 1H Utmlln nltAVA Rain, Jk Sou's store. West Seventh Street. Study hours I'nxn 10 until 1 o'clock. Orders receiv ed for portraits in La Pastel. Janl lrn PAIMTING AND VARNISHING. Coaoh-palntlndone by B. F. Roberts low er than usual rutes. Furniture stained and varnished. Call on ine on Embargo, be tween 8th and 7th streets. Jhii'J tt. Hillsboro High School- This school lsIocated nt, lA'Iper's Fork, Will iamson County, and in every respect is a ilrst-class school for the Physieal, .Mcr.tl and Mental training of Young Ijadies and Gen tlemen. The next Ave months session com mences February 2. For pamphlets and further luformation, address W I i.i.i am Andicrson; or T. E. A Li. kn, Leiper's Fork, W illiiims -n Co., Tenn. Jan!) 1 in DISSOLUTION NOTICE. The Ann of Hirseli A Bogot.ky is this day dissolved by mutual couseirt, Nuthim Hirsch retains the Dry Goods Department and Louis Bogntxky, the Clothing Depart ment. We will in the future, as in the past. carry the best assprted stocks in our line at ine lowest possible priees. TuauKliig yon for past favors and kindly askini; you" for a continuance ol your patronage, 'we aTe Very Respect fully, N at H an 11 insnr. Louis r.ocAr.KV. Jan9-4t. SEED OATS. Fresh supply of clover seed and seed on is at ls)ltoiii ciisii prices. Jan fU It Em buy A n dkhsdn. C LOVER SEED. Fresh supply ol clover seed and seed oats at bottom cash prices. Jllll VMt tiMBKY A A NDE RSON. ESTRAY NOTICE. Taken up by Mai. Campbell Brown, near Spring Mill, In the 22ml district, about tirst of last.. 1 uly, one roan pony inure, valued at J). Ported DejemlKT 31, IhSiO. JanlHSI. John 1.1 uckrb, lianger. Aslc Tour ZCeta.iier lor wo JAMES MEANS S4L SHOE OU THE JAMES MEANS $3 SHOE. According to Your Jfce&3. .JAMES ME. VN 3 SfcTTOE toklnB-, and ItKOrTIKES 0 " IlltEAKlNG IN," be ing perlottlyeosy the drat time it is wurn. It will satisfy the most ,iuuiora. IIA9I1.SMKAW!! S3 SHOE is absolutely tha wiuy .noe oi us price which nan ever oecn piacea ex ttinslvelyon the market iu wnicQ aarsMUty mere oat-- I warj iUAUt 9U btwc fur Boys Slgg J. MEANS ds CO lioetsn. Pull llaea af the ubuve shoe, fur sale by McKENNON BROS. A CO., Dealers in nrst-class Foot Wear. aug2B0m FGR KENT. 11,6 houe and lot on Hampsliire pikf ,'ifter 12lh February , formerly occupied by A.M. Hughes, Jr. A. M. IIl'UHKS, Sk. jan 30 tf FOR SA LE. A piano and oue set of parlor chairs. Ap ply to C. L. Prkwett. Jan:l2t. ATTENTION. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. The memliers of Phlntlas Txxlge are hereby Informed :hal the Convention to n'ght will le called to orderat 0: 15 sharp. By order of the C. C. W.C.Whittiiobnk, Jr., K. R. S. It W. P. WOLDRIDGE. R. G. IRVINE, J K. -DRUG SSTORE,- Purc and Fresli Drus. Combs, Brushex, Pcrfames, Soaps, etc. Window-glass, faiats, Oils of Every kind. Aijeit9 for Lucas"-.". TiaM :. Gtes :. Paints. TELEPHONE IS. w. p. woidridsk & co- feb 1 ly Nashville . Banner, Nashvii.lk, Tknn. Thk Nashvii.lk Wkkki.v IIannku is oho of the boat newspaiiors) iTililislied. It gives the news with the utmost im partiality, and does not color it for par tisan eflect. Thk Hasxkh is a bold, frank, independont public journal, which endeavors always to ail vocato t he right and condemn the wrong. It is the, champion of reform and tho stout de fender of priucipal, yet according to others the liberty of views it claims for itsolf. Thk Wkkkly Raxnkii is an eight page, fit ty-six-colli m n paper, contain ing all the news of the week, with much editorial and miscellaneous reading. It is a scrupulously clean paper which can be admitted readily to the homo circle. TERMS. Daily Bakmkb I year, fci.Od; u months i.0;U months I,ao; l; month 50 cents. Wkkkly Bahk-I yr, i.0O; 0 tuontl , M joins ; S m ntks, 25 oents. Jan 30 41 1 V T-.li! - All - Jk. CO., Agents for It I'EKSOXAL INTELLIGENCE. I.Irs. Mora Faries is visiting rela tivps in Huntsviile, Ala. Miss Iiuih Rbea is visitiuy br coiiKiu miss xsaunie ithea. Miss C'ollett, of Texas, is visiting air. ana mrs. J. v. riyes. Miss Brips, of Frunklin. is the guest of Miss Ida lielle McCrd. Messrs. Merrill and Trousdale were out from Nashville last Sunday. Miss Meda Mason, of Prospect, is the guest of Mis Florence Irvine. Mb s Minuie Thompson, of Spring inn, is visum? Mn. J. r.i. Maves. Prof.. !! Warren Clark hss returned rrom a trip to the Western States. A. N. Dale left yesterday for Nash ville, Tenu , to be gone a few days. Mr. John P. Mc(i v. Sr.. ii out again after, a severtM attack of la grippe. MissKlIa English, of Kentucky, has teen visiting Miss- Lucy Floyd luii week. Miss Lizzie Wilkes, of Pulaski, is visiting the family of her uncle Dr. J. If. Wilkes. Misses Jb.mia Frierson, of Mt. Pleasant, was the guest of Miss Janie Trimble this we-k. Miss Minnie Holding has returned from a lengthy visit to Louisville and Bowling Green, Ky. Miss Willie Cu turning, of Frank ihi, Teuu., is visiting Mrs. Dr. W. B. Harrifou, of West End. Messrs. Lucius Frierson, II. P. Figures aad K. V. Gamble have re covered from la grippe. Mrs. It. M. Rawls, of Athens, Ala., is visiting her sibter, Mrs. Walter Steele, at the Bethell House. John Cox was indisposed this week and J. Sykes Orinati was doing bis work at the t'ecoud National. Major Isaac Arnold is iu Washing ton, urging au extra appropriation for the U. H. Arsenal at this place. Major J. T. Williamson is attend ing the meeting ot the Grand Lodge F. & A. M.t at Xashville th-a week. Mr. and Mrs. Johu Wa le, and Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Dixon, of Spring Hill, have returned from a trip to Florida Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Church have returned from their bridal tour, and will take rooms at Mr. Geo. N. Sar ven's. Mr. and Mih. J. J. Hendricks re turn to-day fto'ii their bridal trip and will be at the Bethel House for a few days. " Messrs. Hor ce Polk, Allen Campbell, Pink Caperti u, Misses Keep, E-tabioke, Purvis, Byin and Mrs. Esles, with fifteen pupils ol Iieechcroft school, were here . last Wednesday from Spring Hill to hear Iveene. 'J hey will return to-night to hear Musin lnlhe.SVt Marcos, T:xas Prrsx, pel sonal column, we notice the fol lowing: "M iss Camilie Hernthn, a charuiiug society belle, of Columbia, Tennessee, is visiting her uncle, Mr. Frank Hcrudou, at Mrs. Prescott's." And from another place iu the same paper we clip the following: "Aus tin was the great centre of attractiou Tor all the state of Texas last Tuesday night, and the Inaugural Bait was the magnet that drew the hundreds of visitors from all over the State. In the party that went up from San Marcos, was Miss Hernd -u, of Ten nessee, who wore a cream silk, decol lete aud en traiue with fringe around bodice, and d.amoud ornaments, aud who, by her graceful dancing, won the admiration of every one there." A Card From Key. A. 1. MtFerrin. Mk. Editor: I see in the Maury Democrat of to-day a notice to the ellect lhat Helm & Marti Vs iniu strels would soon give an entertaiu uietit for the benelit of the Methodist church. Please announce through 3'our paper that such au entertain ment will not be given for the Metho dist Church. We are uot so ''hard up'' for money. We are able, 'and more thau able to meet our every obligation. A. P. McFerkin, Jr. RELIGIOLS INTELLIGENCE. Next Sunday u.oruing prayer will be said at 9,'2 a. m. in ihe Sunday-school room at St. Peter's church. Holy Communion at 11 a., m. At 7 p. m. the rector Itev. Ii. M. Metcalfe will deliver a sermon to young men, taking for his subject: "A Search for a Man." AH cordially invited to be present. L. U. P. M , Jan. 30th, at 2 p. M. Session room. Subject Gal. 6-7. "Be not Deceived; God is uot blocked; for Whatsoever a Man Soweth, that shall be also Heap." Eccl. 11-6. "In the Morning Sow Thy Seed, iu tha Evening Withhold not Thy Hand; for Thou Know est not Whether shall Prosper, Either this or that, or Whether they Both shall be All the Good." Meetiug to be led by Mrs. James Akin. Song services. At the Metho dist and Presbyterian churches last Sunday night eougservh e were held. The attendance at both churches was la'ge'y increased, aud shows the pop ularity of these services. The con gregations sang lustily the old faruil iar jjy tn ns, and all present enjoyed the sweet old music. Several solos aud duetts were also sung and at the Methodist church little Pa Wine Kelly recited a beautiful te'ectiot) . Services in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church next Sunday as follows. Moruiug subject: "The Sun of Righteousness." Evening "What id your Life?" Sunday-school at 9:30 A. M. Young people's meetiug Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, and prayer meetiug ou Wednesday eve-i-ing at 7 o'clock. Christian Confer ence at close of Sunday evening services. Services as usual, next Sabbath, in First Presbyterian Church, at 11 A. m. and 7 p. M. Subject iu the morning will be "Temptatiou, at.d the Way of Escaje from it." At night the liev. Mr. Webb will begin a series of lectures on the "Pilgrim's Progress," as illustrating, explaining and enforcing the vital truths of the Bible It w ul I be most profitable for all who will hear these lectures from Sabbath to Sabbath, to again peruse very carefully Hiat beautiful and wonderful book of Juo. Bunyau. The subject of Mr. Webb's lecture uext Sabbath uight, will be: "The Pilgrim Aroused to a Sense of Sin. and his interview with his family and with Evangelist." The young per sons of M r. Webb's congregation are especially urged to hear these lec tures. johu Lrttta, General Insurance Agent, represents the following uuexcelled companies, lowlt: Cosh Capital. N. Y. Underwriters Agency, $1,300,000 Orient 1,000,000 American Central 600,000 Office with Will Hattle, Went 3ev en;h Street. JuIyjJS ly. AROUND TOWN. Johu Delk, we are sorry to report, is sick with fever, at the Nelson House. His father from Kettle Mills is with him. Huut Bellanfant had a present of three chickens from North Carolina this week. Common every day chickens, but the express charges were 4 tM. Messrs. J. C. Dexter and E. C, Latta were given license to practice law iu this county, last.Monday, and were admitted to the bar by Chan cellor Abernathy. It is approaching the time when our merchants will be making thei yearly contracts for advertising. We wish to deal peifectly fair and frank with them. We claim that we now have more subscribers iu this county tnan any paper that circulates in it We further claim that we are adding from five to fifteen new subscribers every day, and we throw open our books to our advertisers that they may examine and couut for them selves. The Herald is on a boom and advertisers should take advan tage of it. tf Don't be late and disturb tbe audience at Musiu to-night. The curtain will rise at 7:45 sharp. The negroes ought to subscribe for The Herald. They can save ten ceuts for every dollars worth of goods they purchase, and they need these dimes. tf There is great need o( simple books, instruct! ve or entertaining, for tbe b. s. Liibrary at the Advent unapei. will any one who Has a suitable book which he would like to place wbere it will do much good, leave the lame at W. P. Woldiidge suo.'8drug norer The Herald telephone Is JJo 10. Our friends can assist U9 greatly if they will telephone us anything of interest tuey may run across. Ar rival and departure of visitors, small entertainments we might overlook. any little thing you would be enter tained by reading or you think would interest somebody else. These little things make up a newspaper, like lit tie deeds make up a life. Telephone us, and you will earn our everlasting thanks. This will apply to Xowu or country, wherever there is a tele phone, and we hope our friends will remember it. tf. Parnassus Council, Royal Area num, held-a meeting last Monday nignt ana admitted one member, making a total of five thus' far this month. Mr. W. T. Branch, whose cow had been lost for a month, advertised it in the Herald one issue and the cow was brought him in three days irom tne time, one was nve miles from towu, aud being cared for until the owner called. The owner didu't know where to call, but the advertise- mentlouud her. It is always thus. St. Mary's Guild of St Peter's church cleared a nice sum from their Rainbow Tea, which was given at J. T Craik's residence last Thursday night. sjeats for the Ovide Musin concert to tane place to-night are selling fast. A large and fashionable audience will be present to witness this la-t great attraction. Paragraphs. Don't miss it. You will enjoy it. The musical event. Everybody will go. Why not you ? The only Ovide Musiu. Annie Ijouise Tanner. Inez Pariuater. Karl Storr. Edward Scharf. All are great musicians. At the Opera House, Friday night. To-night. A- mission $1. Gallery 50 ceuts. WEDDING KELLS. SPARKMAN LANE. Ou Thursday of last week, Mr. J. M. Sparkmau, of this city, and' Miss Mary Lou Lane, were married at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. W. I. Lane, near Spung mil, by the Rev. C. E. Sullivan. They came to Columbia that night, aud are house keeping iu West End. FRIERSON FLEM I NO. Mr. W. F. Frierson and Miss Mary Wilsou Flem'ug will be united iu marriage next Wednestlay evening. at the residence of Mrs. James Flem ing, in the Zion neighborhood. The Rev. R. M. Keunedy will perform the ceremony. APPROACHING NUPTIALS. Friends here have received cards requesting their presence at the mar riage of Liieut. W. . caperton to Miss Georgia W. Blacklock, Monday evening Jreo. ytti, in nt. jouu s Church, Washington, D. C. Telegraphy and Short-Hand. We wish to give instruction to all those who desire same, lu telegraphy, type-writing aud short-baud. We will be ready to take charge of pupils about Monday Feburary 2nd, 1891. Hours of instruction will be from 7 p. M., to 10 i'M , at A. II. Shield's resi dence, South Maiu stree. Terms reasonable. Address or af ly to A. H Shields, JohuBose, or R. G. Sparrow. jau23 3t DEATH'S HARVEST. THOMAS V. NANCE. Mr. Thos. V. Nauce, of Santa Fe neighborhood, died Thursday of lat week, from blood poison, caused by cutting the eud of one of his fingers with a boue while dressing a rabbit. William Kennedy McConnell, a prominent citizen of Talladega, Ala., died last week. From his orbituary iu the Talladega Mountain Home, we notice that he was married to Miss Ellen Smith, of Columbia, Teun., ou May 7tb, 1SCS, whom years before he had met aud loved, iu the days of our fierce civil strife, almost amid the conflict of arras. By this union he had fjur children, three sons and a daughter, who, with their widowed mother, survive him. N. S. niCKMAN. Mr. N. S. (Shake) Hickman, of the 6th district, who was serving as a juror at this Court, was taken siok Monday of last week and went home, and last Monday died, with pneumo nia, at his home in Sti versville. He leaves a wife and several children. His funeral took place Wednesday at New Raymer, aud was largely at tended. He was au upright, reliable man and good citizeu, and bis un timely death will be generally re gretted. A Card. This is to state that having made a contract with the Columbia Herald Co. to accept coupous issued by them in part payment of goods purchased for cash, weQfully intended to take In same ou plows aud potato planters, but the State Agents having been notified byjour competitors that we "were cutting aud slashing prices" ou these articles, they notified us that we must not accept coupons on these goods. Will say however that since the tirst of January the prices on our celebrated Olive Chill Plows have beeu reduced from 10 to 20 per cent. As these articles form a very small part of our business, we have made them exceptions. All parties having these bonds are suie to get wht they say on the face, and will rave teu ceuts on the dollar by buying their goods from us; and but for the inter ference of our competitors we would have saved the farmers of Maury county this ten per cent on their plows aud potato planters. . Respectfully, Jan23-tf. Dobbins A Ewino. JA.TXTJlTCT 1, 1891. SOW IS THE THE FOR GOOD RESOLUTION. And we intend to publish ours to the world, aud do most solemnly promise to do everyting in our power to " stick to them " during the whole year of EIGHTEEI IIODRED AID SIIETJOSE. With the same assistance from tbe good citizens of Columbia and Maury County this year that we were fortunate enough to receive last, we will have no trouble in keeping our resolutions, which a: e, . ' To keep nothing but Honest Goods and undersell all would-be Competitors." We hope to see you often and receive your encouragement, for we believe our good resolutions will benefit you as well as ourselves MAYES & WALKER. Seriously Shot. Last Tuesdayonorning Wils Harris, the grown son of David Harris, who resides near Godwin, was leauingou his shot gun with both hands over the muzzle, when his dog reared up on the gun, placing its paw ou the trigger and causing the gun to fire The load entered both hands. Dr-t. J A. Withersoou and Robert Pillow were called, and decided it necessary to amputate the left hand and three fingers of the right band. The young man stood the operation well aud will recover. He was an exemplary, industrious youth, and his sad misfor tune is greatly regretted. Entrancing Mnsle. Parties from Soring Hill. Pulaski. Franklin and Mt. Pleasant, Pupils from the Athenieum, Institute, Beechcroft and Pulaski, will attend the Ovide Musin Concert to-night at the Opera House. Special rates on the rail toads. Performance com mences at 7:4.3 p. M. sharp. Would you like to see something beautiful? Come and look through the handsomest line of Hamburg Km broid eries, Torchon and Val Laces, White Goods, etc., that ever came to the city of Columbia. No use talking, facts are facts. We have got the goods. We want to jrf .' v . Push this department of our business, and we have made prices right down ou bed rock. We will not be undersold by any house in this Town, County or State. We sell the best $2 shoe for ladies on earth. Come and see! Yours, anxious to please, McKuuM Bros. & Anderson, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Columbia Banking Co.. J. P. McUaw Jr's card. Rains & Sou's card. Card of Caperton A Dale. Read City Items of E. W. Gam ble Grocery Co. street, JLiuory & lo. specials. Painting aud varnishing. Radam's Microbe Killer. Notice to Tax payers. Brown Mark's book. Fine mules for sale. Local card of Dobbin9 A Ewing. Ovide Musin, Friday, January 30th. -Telegraphy, short-hand and type writing taught. Piano aud parlor chairs lor sale. Red Pilot. McEwen and Tennessee Wilkes. House for rent. Attention, Knights of Pythias. Young stallion wauted. Musiu to-night. Specials of Embry & Anderson. Card of W. P. Woldrige & Co. Enforce the More on Law. A ladv friend requests the Herald to again say something to the Mayor aud City Marshal and police about euforciug the" move on law. This lady informs us that last Tuesday she was on South Main Street, and the crowd of meu on the pavement in front of Lazarus was so thi k sho had to wait for a gentleman friend to come along aud make a way for her to pass through. The law is stringent against just such obstructions as ill's, aud there is uo excuse for it uot be ing enforced. The trouble is the po lice pay too much attention to the Public Sou are and too little to other parts of the town. There was no ex- ra crowd in towu on Tuesday, and the common excuse of being "run over by the crowd," cannot prevail. We refer the lady's complaint to Mayor Hendley. Circuit Court. W. T. Jone, three years each in three cases, for forgery. Oue forgery occurred iu this city in 1390. Lewis frierson fo j bigamy, two years. jen waiKer, anas suck, anas Greasy. Three years for larceny, committed at Fair Grounds last De cember. H.. E. Rucker, found guilty of voluntary manslaughter. Two years in tbe penitentiary. Rucker killed Joe Amis, at Williamspart in 18S9. Isaiah Perry, larceny of water melon from a patch, live days in the county jail. ' Will Pearson, larceny: found guilty and sentenced to ten days in jail. This was for baoon stolen from Tim mons, Eraser & Co., at Godwiu. John Carter, larceny; one yeir in the penitentiary. Harness stolen at Mt. Pleasant. Tom Fleming, co!., larceny of over coat from W. B. Dobbins ; two years la tbe penitentiary. Bob. Daniels, larceny of hogs at Godwin, on year la the penitentiary, la two vaies OVER THE C0CNTT. A. A. Barker is hustling over.the couuty assessing tax. Harlan Bioa. hae reuted the Smith, Wiley, aud McLean saw mill iu the country and will ruu it this year. Agents wanted in every district in the county to canvass for tbe Co lumbia Herald.- Young ladies who will work their districts ener getically and thoroughly preferred. Liberal commissions paid lor n-w subscribers, aud also for renewals For further particulars inquire at the Herald onice. The agents we al ready have are making from $1 to $3 per day. This is a splendid oppor tunity for any one a ho has the time to give to it. tf Prof. McCormick's school at Cathey's Creek is well patronized and succeeding well. Last week Beechcroft school at Spring Hill closed its first term. The second term begJtu this week. La Grippe is quite prevalent over the county at present. - Human nature is strange; every body wants money, everybody is try ing to get it, aud yet when The Her ald offers bonds and coupons, (which are uot Lung more than orders) ou five business bouses, whereby the pur chaser can save ten cents on the dol lar, a great many people will go to these same houses and pay that dis count rather than take the time to walk down to the Herald office aud subscribe. It seems they have for gotten that "money saved is money made." tf Mr. J. A. Bynum aud family, formerly of Spring Hill but lately of Columb a have moved to Santa Fe. Beechcroft School at Sp'ing Hill had a very delightful musical treat at that place last Friday. The school at Shady Grove began last Mondav, Prof. John O. Cummins is the teacher iu charge. Tuesday February 3rd, is the last day on which you cau 0 PJ Y TAXES, and save costs. Come aud settle at once. Resectfully, M. S, Kuiin, Trustee. jan23-2t. E. C. Maugrem will move to Williamsport where he will go into the mercantile busiuess. He has the best wishes of the Herald aud a host of friends. W. G. Mode, formerly of this county has moved to Buckholt, Texas. He has ordered the Herald sent to him there. Miss Maud Church, of Santa Fe, is attending Belmont College, Nash ville, Teun. Special rates on the railroad can be secured from ail immediate sta tions to attend the Musiu concert at Columbia to-uighr. It, Reports come from Spring Hil that last Monday uight at 8 o'clock a raiubow was seeu iu the west. It lasted only about five miuules. The beautiful colors seeu in the daytime were wanting, but iu other rcspeots it was perfect, uot a break in it. Application for Bail. The case of the State vs James IT. Andrews, charged with murder lor the killing of Lev Lansdowu, was called yesterday, aud continued upon applicatiou .by the defense. After the continuance was granted applica tion was made for bail. The Court heard a number of witnesses, and argument of counsel, and Judge Patterson will render his decision to-day. The Attorneys in the case are: For the btate: Atty-tieneral John L. Jones, Fusell to Wilkes, Webster & Taylor and Voorhies & Fowler. For the defense Figures & Padgett, Southall & Smiser aud - Goo. C. Taylor. Lottery Mail Matter Seized. Camden, N. J., Jan. 21. Post master Browning made his third seizure to-day of lottery mail matter addressed to residents of this city. rhematterconslsted of about seventy- five circulars of the Louisiana Lot tery Company, stating that a draw ing of the lottery would be held on the 17th day of February, and that all tickets drawing less than $1 ,000 would be cashed at an address in Boston, and those drawlug over that amount would be cashed at New Or leans. Iu accordance with the instruction he has received from Washington, Postmaster Browing forwarded the ntire lot to Postmaster General Wauamaker. Ar. 1'. Sun, Jan. 22d. Notice to the Public. Several mouths since The Herald gave permission to one J. C. Carswell to travel iu this couuty aud represent himself as correspondent of The Herald. For the last month we have tried by all the means known to us to induce the geutleman to call at this office and gi ve us a personal in terview, that we might revoke Uiat nerraissiou. But since we cau neith er see him nor learn his p.st olTiee address, we take this mean- of noti fying him and the public in general, that we will publish no more of his letters, and that he has uo longer any authority to represeut himself as a correspondent of The Herald. He has been sigaiug himself "Abbotts ford." Editor Herald. Resolutions of Respect by the Ladies Union Prayer Meeting. Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly Father to remove from our midst our beloved sister Mrs. Martha Stewart: llesolved, that we bow in humble submission to his divine will ; which were her parting words: "Give my love to Ladies Uuiou Prayer Meeting. Piav that 1 may be submissive to God's will." We the members of L. U. P. M., exte td to the family our heart-felt sympathy, com mending tbem to him who doeth all things well. Itesolved, that in the removal of our sister, we more fully . realize the cords that biud us together may at any time be broken, showing us the impoitauce of making preparation while here, for heaven, which is nev er made real to us "until some friend sits out of sight." "In His Name," If two or tlircc, Touching one thing shall imi cc, Then may they bis promise claim When they ask it, "In his name." Mrs. F. B. Webb, Mrs. V. P. Wol- ridge, Mrs. R. B, Mahony, Mrs. VI. K. Chapman, Mrs. A. P. McFerrin, Mrs. Junius Wilson and many others. Y. M. C. A. The Young Men's Christian Asso ciation held its annual meeting hist Monday uight in their rooms iu the Nelsou Block. Although the meet iug was not largely attended, a great deal of interet was manifested. The termsof three directors having ex pired,' elections took place to fill the vacancies. .Messrs u. l . Jtutieuge, kj. W. Withersioon and W. w. Fleming, Jr., were elected to serve three years. A committee of three, composed of Messrs H. J. Fusch, W. S. Fleming, Jr., aud J. O. Dexter was appointed to get up a sU. Able programme for the annual exercise to take place Sun day March loth 1891. After a few re marks by lion. Li. f. i-augett, caning ou the members of the association to support the manager of the Star Course, the meeting adjourned. The board of directors ueld tlieir meeting immediately following the regular meetiug. Mr. Joseph Towler resigned his position as director and E. E. EiWiu was eiecteu m uis stead. The board of directors is now com posed of Messrs. W. S. Fleming, Jr., Johu Latta, J.C Dexter, i) P. Rut- ledge, H. J. Fusch, Li. P. Iufcpttf E. E. Erwiu. W. E. Bostick aud C. W. "Witherspoon. The board elected the following omcers: W. t. Fleming, Jr., President; Jonn Liana, 1st vice President; J. C. Dexter 2ud, Vice President; O. P. Rutledge, Seo'y and Treasurer. ENTERTAINMENTS. SELECT READING. Prof. A. H. Merrill, of the Vander bilt University, gave one of his unex celled readings at the Institute last Friday uight. His programme was varied aud excellent; " his. . master piece being "Uncle Edinburgh's Drownin," which was admirably ren dered aud added fresh laurels to the fame of this artistic and talented m iii. It is a great pity lhat our people stand so much in theTo vn light and looe so much real enjoyment by ab senting themselves from s'ich refined and elevating enterta nincir.s as Pro",1 Alerrill gives. He is a perfect gen tleman, of easy and graceful man ners, aiai as entertaiuiug and fasci nating ofF the stage as on it. His work before au audience evinces painstaking care and study, and is finished and artistic The Study Hall of the Institute, where thwe entertainments are held, is always pleas-ant and cotufo.-table, and tbe readings are . always interspersed with vocal and Instrumental music. auu yet, wjiu an tuese attractions, a mere hanuful attends these enter tainments, wheu the hall should be full. The price of admission is nt small that it is within the reach of all, aud our people should certainly suow tlieir love of the refined and beautiful by atteudiog in greater numbers sucii ricli, intellectual feasts as is always given by Prof. Merrill ine louiu Lames hocial Ulub was entertained by Miss Mamie Black last Friday, in a delightful manner. Miss Kate McJtiuuey was awarded the first prize at cards. The club will meet at Miss Olive Rogers this afternoon. COMING EVENT. Lithographed invitations have been received by friends here to attend a German and Card party to be given at ine liimlen House, Pulaski, Teun., on Friday, February 0th, by Mr. Charles Brown, in honor of Misses Carrie aud Miunie Robinson. Sev eral from here will attend. COMING LECTURES. Rev. Godfrey SclacUter will deliver four lectures at the Opera House for the beuetit of the Catholic church at this place, on March blh, 7ih, Sili, and !Hli. CARD PARTY. One o the most delightful card parties of the seatou was the one given last Tuesday night. Mrs. W. P. Morgan eutertaiued the Married ljaaies Hocial Club at progress. ve euchre. Eleven tables were cccu iMea, twenty-two couples enjoying the game. Miss Kate McKInuey and Mrs. Ijticius b rierson tied for the la dies head prize, which was finally won by Miss McKinuey. Mr. R. G. Sparrow won tne gentlemen's head prize, leading from start to finish. RAINBOW TEA. The rainbbw tea given from 4 to 11 I. M. last Thursday at the residence or Air. and Mrs. J. T. Craik, by the Guild of St. Mary's was bountifully patronized, notwithstanding the rainj weather. The house was beautifully decorated in raiubow coli rs. Soft fabrics made of the seven c li.rs stretched from lloor to ceiling, the along the celing the extent of the double parlors, with the mythical goldeu bags at esch end, was beauti fill in tlu extreme. Seven tables rep resenting the seven colors of the raiubow, over which various colored lamps and candles, ohed soft light, were distributed around the rooms. Fair waitret-ses, clothed iu dresses of various colors, were ever ready to serve the tempting supper prepared O ie could eat at a violet table, waited on by a fair one dressed iu white, the viands served Jon blue dishes, over which a soft red light cast its shad ows, with t'ie oraiig-, indigo, yellow and green flitting by. The initial en tertainment given by the Guild was certainly a deserved success. The Margaietta Bowles Society of the Institute will give au entertain ment on Monday, February 9th, for the benefit of the Advent Chapel. Tickets will be ou sale at Woldridge's drug store. Y. M. C A. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A., gave another ot their pleasant entertainments Tuesday uight. The programme was excellent aud every number well received by the audience. Mr. Joseph Towler, Jr., iu "Old Madrid," made his debut before a Columbia audierce, and right wetl did he aequit himeolf. Dr. J. P. Herndou never sang to better advan tage, and ti.e universal wish was that we might hear him ofteuer. Miss Mai Saii'aranp, in a vocal tolo, aud Miss Molly Dorset, iuj recitation were both pleasing and attractive. The following programme was observed: Instrumental Duet Misses I?arr aud K, Jones. Uecitation, Miss Ada Mitchell. Vocal Solo, Mr. Joseph Towl r, Jr Instrumental Solo, Miss Anna Per rin.' 'Mc- Vocal Solo, Miss Saffarrans. Kccitation.l Miss Holly Dorset. Instrumental Solo, Sallie Childress. Vocal Solo, Dr. J. P. Herudon. tiios. w. keenk: Despite the inclement weather last Wednesday, the Opera House was crowded at night to hear the dis tinguished tragedian Thos. W. Keeue, iu his masterpiece Richard III. Every seat, with the exception of perhaps half a dozen, were occupied ou the lower floor, and the gallery was comfortably filled. The eveuing was one of enjoyment. Keene and his excellent support were at their best. (Jeorge Larock, as Earl ol Richard, Miss Henrietta Vaders, as Elizabeth, down to and includijg Master Arthur Boyian, as Richard, Duke of York, showed themselves actors worthy to support the greatest Richard 1 1 1, Thos. W. Keeue. No one can act the mean, uuscupulous character of Richard III, better than Keeue; no one has a better conception of the villianous king, nor carries it out better. The stage settings were excellent and the costuming grand. The tower scene was especially well presented, well acted aud realistic on the whole, pathetic in the extreme. The duel in the last act between Richard and Richmond was the best ever seen here. Fierce and stirring, into which each combatant threw iiis bodily powers. The jicople of Columbia will always welcome such actors aud show their appreciation by their presence. Ovide Musin and his company will be here to-night, and another large house will greet this excellent musi cal attraction. Tlirowa From a Male. Y. S. McKee was thrown from a mule near Santa Fe 'last Sunday night, and so b-idly htfrt th it at the time it was thought ha would die. Yesterday he was reacted better.- Keep Before the Public. To a certain extent general adver tising creates a want. It announces new things and familiarizes tho pub lie with olti ones. . General advertis ing is of as great value to the ad vertiser in keeping au established article before the public as introduc ing a new oue. The most successful busiuess men realize this, and they ueverletthe public forget their ex istence. The oft repeated assertion that advertisements are not read Is proved to be a lie of the most sense less kind by the advertiser's record of results. Journalist.. The Modern Penitent. Bobby Popper, what la this saok cloth that folks wear at their prayers? Popper Ask your mother. I think ihe prefers seal plu -h JVcA. HOUSES, MILES AM) CATTLE Continued from fourth paye. we will venture the assertion that there .are iu this country ten "rattle Headed" men horsemen, we mean for every oue "rattle-headed" horse J. A T. Seribner shipped to Mar tin & McAudrews, Montgomery, 2(1 mules. J. D. Barrow shipped two car toaus ot mules to Memphis John H. Estes shinned twoear load oi oeet cattle South. Whitaker Brothers shinned two car loans oi mu'es Mouth. J. B. Sulliva'i shipped a load mu'es to Tuscaloosa, Ala. i i . . . . i nomas Brothers shipped to PMioagrass & (.)., Louisville, five cat tie and ninety bogs. J. W. Sheltou shipped to Rice & :tpp. jornstowu, Teun., one horse ai.d twotity-three mules. Mxty Head ok Yearlinc .ut lks: ,u mares, 14 to 15 hands h'gh, fcood bone, head and ears- game, snappy in fine fix and re Miwmuij sniooin. come aud you in I'liJ, liKWia W. FREDERICK, jai.2.;--lt. Shelbyville. Kv. Secretary Williams, of Independ ence, uas received tne following from S iniuel Gamble, of the Hobart Stock xaim, c-a-i maieo, t ai: ."Cret your unua iu iirsi-ciass oraer ior uext sea son, for hen Stamboul starts over it m isai i tiunk you will see a very tunc milt?. Breeders Attention: Brown Mark's book is now open for 85 mares nMWiortiiewawn. Address B. S. uzias, Columbia, Tenn. janl6-tf. A torrespo'ideut of the Chita?') 7 tines taya: "The breeders of ine trotters are all striving toward a coal that is to send out a horse that will oe able to go a mile iu two minutes. reasoning, as they d, on the ulti mate snowing up of iv horse that can carry ins speed lor a mile at the rate one performer, at least, has gone a niiArtnr " run oalk. car load oi yearling conou njuie-i. Two-thirds mares Good growthy stock. Jas. H. Wil son, Eminence. Ivy. 1an23-4t. Giles Mont, by Almont Jr.. prop erty of J. M. Wilson, of Riverside Stock Farm, has beeu placed iu the hands of Johnnie Thomas, at the Jo lumbia Stock Farm, to be developed. He is a great big fine looking bay, and iouks uae tie mignt uo lots Wanted to buy a good sized young stainon, or win exchange a brood mare for same. Caperton & Dale, at Mays & Do.lsoa's old stajd. janSO tf Whittaker Bro., sold a car load of mules to Alexander Bros., last Wed nesday. For Sale: Six tv-head of No. 1. yearimg mutes, two-tnirds mares. Will sell thirty choice that will average over 15 haudrf, or the whole lot. 'mere is not an lob ectiouable muie in tne lot. Address R. L. O'HAIB. janlO tf Greeucastle, Ind. Last Monday manv mules changed hands on our streets. Messrs. .J. W. Howard fc Co.: Jan. Grauberry, John Barrow, aud Henry Aiagrnuer uougni several heads. Will Bailey sold a jack last We Inesday to Mr. Hammoudson of Lawrence Co., Ala. Mora Fariss fold his handsome stallion to Messrs. Mc.Vlister te Hous ton of Philadelphia, Pa. J. W. Sheltou bought a car load f mules on the street last. Monday and shipped same ou Tuesday to Morristown, Tenu. On our fourth page will bo seen an advertisement in which the -own ers of McKsven 2:lS'j guarantee a stake of $1000, for two-year old trot ters, and foals of Is 12, the get of this sUlliou, tobe trotted in the fall of iswi; also a guaranteed stake of ."00 for two year old trotters, foals of 3h!2. the get of Teunesst'O Wilkes, to be trotted in the fall of 1K!H. Also a stake of $2-j0, with like conditions, the get of Baimont Wilkes. J ts. Roberts sold two mares last Wednesday to the Hoflmau Lumber Co. Maury Couutiaus are to bo con gratulated on having the celebrated pacing sire Red Pilot, sire of Bav Pilot 2:21,'., Jellie Lee 2:., Mono gram, trial 2:22, aud many others, to make the season of 1H!)1 at Colum bia. Everybody knows Red Pilot to be. a sire of -game race-horsvs and first-class saddlers. Iu him you have ;t chance to breed at a very reasonable fee to a horse combining the best of pacing and thoroughbred blood. Our popular liveryman Juo. P. McGaw Jr., deserves great credit for his efforts in i-ecuring such a popular sire. Red Pilot will be trained and will certain ly go in the 2:.W list. We call atten tion to his advertisement in another oolumn. (iood News to Her. -Mi6S Decollete I learn from the papers, Mrs. Prim, that dress goods are going up. Mrs. Prim The good Lord be raised. I alius did approve the - ol'- fashioned style of bavin' 'em come right clean up to the neck. Iloxton Courier. IJood Nalnred Advertising. The merchant or business man in anv line who desires to reach the public, and profit iu doing so, should give his announcements and iuvita tions a genial, frank and good natured cast. The advertisement that bears on its surface the indications of a dis ordered liver does not attract. It re pels, aud instead of doing the writer good, it injures him and drives peo ple elsewhere. Ihe merchant who smiles through his announcements aud over his counter makes friends aud money. ""We go this wav but once," and people turn aside and pay good money to meet a warm hand clasp and a smile. . Savings Bank. The Nickel Savings Bank, Birming ham, Ala., pays eight per cent in terest ou time deposits, and each deposit is secured by first mortgage boads on Bfrmingham property. This bank refers our Maury county people to Dr. Joe P. Herndou. If I Were You, My Dear, I wouldn't turn my head to look after fine frocks, or impertinent men. 1 wouldn't forget to sew tho braid arouud the bottom of my skirt, or the button ou my shoe. 1 wouldn't conclude that every man who said something pleasant to me, had fallen iu love with me. 1 wouldn't feel that I was an ill- treated personage because, though I could play pleasantly, my friends didn't count me a modern Mozart. I would uot, because I was tired and nervous give snappy, ill-natured replies to questions asked me by those who really cared lor me. 1 would uot get in tne nabit oi speaking iu a familiar, way of the men 1 know; wheu you make them rum, 1-MCk.or liarry they are apt to consider you as Kate, Nell or Molly. .1 would not permit any girl friend to complain to ine of libr mother it is like listening to blasphemy. I would not wheu I brush the oust oil' my hat forget the cobwebs of dis trust aud suspicion lu my brlau. I would uot tell my private affairs to my most intimate girl friend, nor would I ask her irupertiuout ques tions. I would not write silly ltt'ers fo young men, or permit them to be ramiliar with me. I would not grow weary In well do lug Instead I would keep on encour aging myself by trying to live up t my ideal of a wouian, and the very fact of my trying so bard would make me achieve that which I wished. 2'he Ladiet' JJorn& Journal for Feb' rvary. CITY ITEMS. Florldii Orunges. Antther consignment of Florida oranges just received. Prices lower than usual. E. W. Gamble Grocery Co. Field Seeds. Timothy, clover, blue-grass, orch ard grass, and red-top seeds for sale. E. W. Gamble Grocery Co. lluist's Sredn. Buist's premium garden seed just received. E. W. Gamble Grocery Co. Ihidam'H Microbe Killer. The fire has left me disfigured, but still in the ring. Those wishing Radam's Microbe Killercan be waited. on by George or Mort Hodge. it. A 1.(1 1 E HODGE. Seasonable (Joods. New buckwheat flour 'naple syrup, cranberries, macaroni, celery, rolled aveua. flake hominy, andi Roquefort aud New York cream cheese at E. W. Gamble Grocery Co. Job Printing. The people and business men of Co lumbia and vicinity, have no need to send their Job Printing to Nsshville or anywhere else, as the Herald Job i;ooms have two new presses ana an the latest style Job type, and compe tent printers to do the work. Price at low as Nashville Patents Granted to inventors in the Southern States during the past week, reported by A. Snow Co., I Patent Attorneys aud Agents for Procuring Patents, )PP. L . S. Patent omce, Wash ington, D. C. W. Adams, jr., Mount Vernon, Ky., Apparatus for preserving fish alive, G. A. Boyden, Balto, Md. En gineer's brake-valve S. G. Broslus, Savannah, On., Rotary steam engine Ferst, ljouisviue, ivy., Haruers chair, T. A. Hand, Blto, Md. Can soldering machine,. E. B. Isbell, Paris, Tenn., Dough-board, M. H. Jones, Balto, Md. Auger, C. D. Ku- bech, Balto, Md. Construction ol rail way ties or sleepers. 11. P. Morgan, Glasgow, Ky., Horse-detacher, E. E. tties, Hallo, Md , Portable electric welding apparatus, R. Roy, Rich mond, Va., Rotary brush, W. G. Sears, Chattanooga, Tenn., Rail-tie, W. B. omith, Atlanta, (la., Car-axle bearing W. H. Waddall, Lexington, Va., Section ul lamp chimney, W. Watson, Strong's Station, Miss., 'low, T. Vj. heeb r, (iarrard coun ty, Ky., Truss, E. C. Wiley, Bristol, lenn., i;iectnc signal ror railways, A. (J. Withers, Victoria, Miss., Ap paratus lor strengthening antes. Notice to Correspondents. Any of our correspondents over the county who have any important news tosenu us arter they have writ ten their letters, will please commu nicate with us by goiug to their near est telephone. Our telephone li No 10. novl4-tf. Advertising Aphorisms. Too little advertising is like plant- ng too little seed. A can of printer's ink Is uot to be ooled with any more than a can of iynamitc. lioth are as effective and Heful if used carefully as they are angerous and destructive if used arelessl. l lie sujccHHiui advertiser not oniy gives particular attention to the wording of au advertisement, but Is, Iso just as particular about Us typo graphical const ruction and display, o that a casual glance tells the story. while the "make up" and general ar rangement is pleasing and catchy to the eye. ' I he great secret of success In ne.VB- taper advert ising Is the selection of the proper journals and a properly worded and correctly displayed ad vertisement No little Interest and attractiveness Is added by the judi- ious use of cuts. An attractive n- ust ration excites the curiosity of the cader, and he reads to satisfy his unosity. The progressive merchant of to-day wch his success to advertising; with tit it oue might as well take down lis sign aud invite the sheriff to walk in aud close up his business. he wisest business men and the most successful ones are those who eep their names prominent before - the public when trade Is good as well when it Is dull. Constant aud continuous advertising, got up lu au attractive style, is like the constant ripping of water upon the fiiuty rock ; s.'owiy nut sureiy an im inhes ion is niade. aim 'cfa (Ar. M.) Optic. Funeral Notices. Frienda Intrusted to order tuners! notices, will save money for the es tate by calling at this office. Our rates art nearly or quite 100 per cent lower than elsewhere in Columbia. Wechargoonly $2. Rememter this when the time comes. tf. REAL ESTATE Tlt.lNSFEUS. A. M. JIughcH, Sr. to Mattie B Hughes lot in Dili district $700. J. IS. Aslit m and wife to H. F. Afthton mill properly IWXK). M. S. Morrow to W. N. Wilooxnon 132 acres of IhikI in lltli district H.riO. W. A. Jtailey to Jacob Darker lot iu lith district f'l70i. F. H. Ramsey, to Susan Ramsey, in terest in 71". acres of land in 7th district. W. 1). Iteiidormnn and wife to V. T. Wiley, r,2 acres of Und in tbe 7th dis trict $.Hni. F. M. Watson ami wife to F. lu Cor coran lot in South Columbia $". John W. Harlan to O. If. Harlan 175 acres of laml in lltli district $ 17.ry). S. W. Jones and wifo to K. K. Jarrett acres of land in Ulst district lK). J. C. Alexander to H. W. Jonen 100. acres of land iu 1st district ftOO. J. C. Alexander to Thos. C. Jarratt 100 acres of laud in lstdisttict $(X). A. A. Morrow to It. A. Morrow 74 acres of land in IHh district Hsl. C. W. WitlmrspooTi to Kdgar -James lot iu Colu tu bin 4'Kil. John IS. Bond to Alfrod Wilkes lV,i acres of land in 5th district SU. Harriot N. FrlorsoU to Moses McClel lau lot iu Columbia JJ000. Church Services. Services at St. Peter's church o'clock a. m. and 7- o'clock P. m Sunday. Kvery saint's day o'clock a. M. Holy communion Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. at 11 even at every First Sunday In each month communion' at 11 o'clock, morning prayer at 7 o'clock. Kvening prayer every Priday night at 7 o'clock. Kev. It. 10. Metcalfe, pastor. Sunday school at ! :.'!) a. M. Services at the IJ iptlst church every Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. ami 7 o'clock p. M. Sun lM.v-sr;hool at Wl0 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7 o'clock every Wed nesday nigiit. Rev. K. IS. Mahoney, pastor. Services and Sntiday-Hliool at Ad vent Chapel, South Columbia, every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Itev. It. K. Metcalfe, pastor. arerviccN at wie rni i rpwurfcni church every Sunday at II o'clock A. nd 7 o'clock p. m. Kunday-achool Services at tne r rst i-resuytenan M. 1 at 'J:.M A. M. Prayer-mooting Wednesday nights hi 7 o'clock. Rov. P. B. Webb, pastor. Services at the Christian Church very fjord'n day. Sunday-school at 9:.'l) a. M. Communion service at 11 A. M. i'raver-ineetlng Thursday night at 7 o'clock. Heading of the scripture each lord's day by one of tho ddor. Soi vicois at South Columbia, M. K. Church every Sunday nt 11 a. m. and 7 p. M. Sunday-school at 0:.'M) o'clock a. m. iid praver-m oting overy Priday night at '. I o'clock. Hev. W. A. Loath, pastor. Services at the C. P. church every Sun day at 11 o'clock, a. m. and 7 o'clock, r. M. Sunday-school atf :'t0 o'clock, a.m. and pray ei -meeting Wednesday ni gill at 7 o'olootc. JleAodi Church: Preaohing every Rundayan 11 a. m. and 7 v. H. l'raver meeting Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday school 0 :'i I A. M. A. P. McFerrin I'm slur.