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4 TOWN AND COUNTY- Friday, December 30 1892. Subscriolion Rates in Advance Subscribers in County. 91.00 Subscribers out of county. $1.25 . rEOPLE'SOOLOllS. KXtlt YOUR WANTS KNOWlf IN THIS COV BN. IT WIM. BUBBLY PAT YOU. FIVK 0 BITTS PCR List Ai CA IN8XT.T10-. J. C. VOOKHIKS. B. 8. roWLER. VOORHIES $ FOWLER, Attornejs-at-Law, COLUMBIA"- - . - TENNESSEE. Will practice In the coitrta of Maury and belithuorltiB: coontleH; also In the Federal fctnirts. Ofrteeon North Main Street, la Bec tnd alory of the Nelson Hou-e banding; the rooms formerly uned by the Y. M. C A. Jan a ly. "W. P. WOLDRIDOE. B. a. IKVINE, JR. JOSEPH TOWLER. -DRUG .JTORE,- Piire and Fresh Drugs. Combs. Brushes. Perfumes. Soaps, etc. WintIow-lass, Paints. Oils or Every kind. Agents for Lucas :. Tiitd :. Gloss :. Paints TELEPHONE 13. WiLDillDGE, 1RYHE & TOWLER. feb 1 ly TITOOMB'S STORE HERE WE AUK AT THE "OLD RELIA BLE," On he corner of South Main Street and Pub lic ri.uare,,wilti an entirely new and frvoh stock of Dm?, liieriiirals. Druggists Sundries, Ett, A nd will do our best t wait on all our oua tonitra promptly and faithfully. PrewrlritionH tilled with cure at all hours, day or night. J. A. TITCOMB. H. K. Titcomb will be found here here after by all his old friends and former custo mers. leblS ly THE mm mi in TEIST COMPfe. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. CAPITAL, ------- Sl0b,000. J. P. hTRKKT. w. 70"yeii ' K. W. OAM BLR. W. JO-iCK. S'nJkhwS: JOHN B. A8HTON. are soucttea. wjes Account, or farmer jvi..w.n. - - -iwvrw J.V S. RIDLEY. J- W. HOWARD -. A. PARKER, fovl ly President. Vice-President . J. W. HOWARD. W. M. CHEAIRS. LOYD CECIL. E. Ij. A KMaTRONU. A. If. UAKLiAi. Y part) ivt stop up a new ues, it is hard some mistakes. list oi not to If you Hi m Hi pans -mad- ST . J) r 411 ate -Aiiif&u 0 ler-2 ly J JOHN J. HENDRICKS, TIIK DRUrST, P. H. Kouthall, Jr. J. A. Bmlser. SOUTH ILL & SMISEU, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, OLU'-dBIA - TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all btiBlnesB. AtUrney lor the ciuuty. OUlce No. 30 West th street, W ulttuorue Block. aprl ly TelcjplioncNo. 5G PROPRIETOR OF -:-L!ttle Bigby Mills.-:- Gmham Flour, BuhrMeal, Cow-feed. Julys Bin - Witherspoon AND Rutledge. Real Estate anft Insnrance Apts. Property bonht and sold, farms rentett, cltv lioiiMea rented and renW collected. . iDHuraore placed in the beat cotupaniet tke loweHt possible rate. W solicit your farm and city property to Sewing Machines I Almost G iven Away. SI NO ICR MAOHIX3S-fpom$H to ROYAL ST. JOJI-. oooimieii Antl ;vtmI otlrtf-mtike of in:.'litiies t Also the WM KKtJClt it VI LSOIs, WIIfTK on as small :iawtits km .'.tKl per inontli. $22 50 22 50 22 oO t.v-five dollars. iuiMKSTIC sewinjr liiacUines ' S. B. STKl'HKXS, lsetKell Block iud 38' iuchem wide Hf 1 r- i .F ailii 1 1 nnlfirS. fl fflet loll (T ' oompJete on np'rinp rollors. for 2T-eiits ea. h, while bey l, ast. I he r.f hi table oil c-lotta made, U colors, only J'Jcenta pr yard. lo slf:ts writiiifr paper is ceiiitf. fiO wb'to niveloiiw, 5 pent". . , I'en 4 -iitH pr dozon. Ien-horrl.rt 4 cents per doaon. Lea. J pnncils 7, fi. t. 20 cenls per do.en. UoHt Mm k itiK., :; t ents pr botllf. Nishool tablftf. I, 2, :5, 4. uul very largo onoa for 5 cents. Fine tablets, t, 1A, to 1 cents each. Hf-hciol Craynps only cents per lx. S;hool slates, comirrmi, :i, 4, ami 5n tn eacli Kc.bool iatf3S, co vrel, 7, l, to laro double ones for 19 cents eacD. Atlamantiiio pin st 1 ten t per paper. ' Best brass -pim ':; cents per paper. Noedlew, 1 cent per paper. Rons NiHto thri-ad.200 yards, a cents per spooi. -nnt each. 200 ladie straw l.iits, all shapes and colors, at the very low price of 5 cents eacn. r.-tnif. and take advautage of our low prices marked in pi-din fissures and ono p. iee to all. MasouJc Blcck, in the old Second Natioual Bank atand THE EACK.ET STORE. vtaot gtttins your llEKALU, pjeas? let us know see that you do. If Hag two IIEIIALDS, unintentional on our .xs know it, and we will one. us or wrilt Nf them. Telephone it-- you think o Rolla Scott i 1 Vns a postal now,whije u XU. dec30-2t. tbe day tele i ngain y . i tun 1 Jtf i u ui u.m graph operator tijjj by a wide C11S return la we circle oi menus. oii We have rentted-., and are now prepre11XKrHphic line, all kinds in tbephotX,,OI1 Would he Dteased to u.n audtee our work. We aJj t lt'ic pared to finish life size lVlor8 and 1893. 1S93. OUR NEW YEAR GREETING. bot ly of Xfcent. I0 YOU WANT A bridal present? A beautiful pnMQt-a X mas present, or u present ot any sort, let as show you what we have, decliif'.t- IHjbuin EwiNO. COLUMBIA BRICK WORKS. Kilns on North Uarden Street. Ottlce, Ninth and Onrden, at the Furniture Factory. Tele fhonetvi. F. II. SMITH, Proprietor. tfeeH Kill DINNER AND TEA SETS Our $10 dinner, and $1 tea feels k nock out all competition. We also carry a lull fctock of Freueh China dinner ami lea sets. 1 hi-lit tit DiiimiKu A KwiNd. LAM I'S. Uo you want a lump of any sort 1 We ca ry six times an inaiiy liitnps In stock um Hit competitors ano Hre selling lamps ut truJo It) to Xi rer cent cheaper than anvlo,ly. ueciODL 1,1, nninn i cwiiim. ASHT0N BROS., Manufacturers ol and Dealers in FLOUR, GRAIN, HAT, An.l all kinds of feed for the cow and liorse. VfSpecial prices to uierchants. Oitice and wareroouis Sonllieust or ner Hipiare. Telephone No, 72. !.'!. ly. J u n . Remember every tniDg is nut f ht-ly A. RAIKS, Succi-HH it o T. H. Rains A Son, Kiirs?ical rnstrnine.tts, Trusses, Su ji)crl-r, riliouUli.r Braces. Kino Toilet Oi.oils. NV'eiblinc nd Bli th-iUy ishitiir Tiickle, Presents, I'airts, oils. Varnishes, Window tiiass, ' Telephone No- "'!. Jan2lly. Jittl KKWAIIO. Pltravext or stilen from ihe Hi imh Carrie H. Clooton. on I lie Dike, two miles !otttlt ol coli-.mi . ' ... bitten irray mare, premises 'If Mooresvtll p:i. one llenw- llt .ip W v.f. r k 1 . i . MllOU'L It1., hitnils hixh. pony-built, with heavj' inane and tHil. BrHii'te.l on left. Ii4p, U. . A. i5 in inoiiojrrmn ; hish il mi n-n m.hiui . ... pay the above reward for the return of mare ... ..... A.Mra.u Mkd TlUl'IK tt.t'l.l'TON. ! :to Columbia, Tenn.. Jleudliglit Flour ?ring- ciiulentmeut to the household. Our special brand. E. V. (Jam ble Hkoceky whole Co. rs-w FAUMEUS, ATTENTION' ! J)r: W. M. BID BLE, Columbia, Tknn. Office, Oar.len Street, Heveulh. Ottlce hours: dec'J ly. between :Ixth 8 to 10 3 to 4. and WATCHMAKER acl JEWKLEil And Dealer In Watches. Clocks and Jewelry. Fine watch and Jewelry repairing a special ty. Hot hell Block. Columbia, Tenn. rns v'i lv TITTPPVTV PfiTTDTPD TnTTDT i T UriliJVUI UU U liljiU'iJ U U fill ALt i HENRY WATrSTDITOR. . Rest Domocratic Taper Publish e d, ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. HAS THE Best condensed news. Best stories, Best Miscellany. Be.t woman's pa'e, Best children's '.teparfMi'-nt, Best Huswers To com-npi.uo ents depart men V, Best editorials. It (iv. ny a Mtlnnhlo prriulunt very il:iy fi.r Oie lfevrCMt clnl recolrct. Sample copies of the Wetkly iVk Tier Journal will bo Kent free to any address, W i ite to COl'KlER-JOUItNAL O. 0.eeSl4t LAtulHVllltt. Ky. INSOLVENT NOTICE. II uvIiir this d:iy BUKgestuJ the Insolvency rr the estate of J'arker t'liairs, (col.) dee'd, this Is to notliy 11 persns. havinsr claims HKs.lnst mild estate to )o them with the t'oimly Conrt Clerk, dnlv authenticated, by or Iwfore July l.lsHi. W. O. UnRIH)N, tlcc.'U) 4t Administrator. This way for your exchange of WHEAT AND CORN For FLOUll AND MEAL. We are also in the market for the pur--chase of wheat and corn. Best rates ntluruil nilH (PfMlfl I'OOtls trivt'Il. Wm. K. BAIRI & C.. Uec'itr Oierating Buck's Milling Co. Strlijed or Stolen. Oue Black Jersey Cow hi good con dition. Wjv misKing last Saturday. If return-- to Dr. Riddle, tinder will berewa.ded decl6-tf. Trustee's Notice. All persons indebted to tbe firm of Hays fc Daimwood will find their account in my hands. Come for ward at once and settle your ac counts, .tnd mve cost thereby, as I a). lilt m .i.lntielle.l to close them ou' at our. J as. A. Pmiskk, Trustee dee2-tf To Mert'lianls. V.r load of ehoic Florid oranges, apples, raieins, 4-atidies, lir-work, el K. W. (Jam bi.k ii hock ky Lk tf Seasonable Hoods. New Crop New Orleans Molasses-, Buekwheat Flour, Cranberries, Cheese and Macaroni, Maple Syrup, Cream Cheese. K. W. (IAMKLK UWK'KKT CA. tf " t FOB KK PACTION OPERA HOUSE T. . SETTLE,. .MaiidgKT. One Xist, 3Ioiidaj, January 2". The Oreatest and Best Musical Organimk- tlou ou the road. 1 i'i.lnitihia Arsen- oi rnnm,nvi .. abColunibia.Tenuessee, December 1, lhii Sealed proposals in triplicate, will be received until "SWirVl.U on Tlmrsday, January yj, 1H)3, for the erection of three thousand leet of fence (more or less) aud three flood pates, at this arsenal, r11111"1; forms and specifKatns, with full Instructions. tiu!atloii, to., can be )ad ou app;rtoii to Major Isaac Arnold, Jhv, Orduance Departnient, U. H. A., Co.-a.maudltiK. , declt 4t. l' ercliaiits Ol.l Yimniii chcrootn, Duke's cigarettes a. d red seal cigars, sold to t is irmtu aj irT uricrti i l'EUSONAL. MTiss M"ar Carpeuter is visiting in Len'isburg. Tvi it a TUwp.r is at home dur- '-J . ... ... a : ,. 1,kl 1 ,1 m v4. 1 1 U4JH . i w . . t c ('nnmrnii. of Sheffield, Ala. wah bere this week. T7 a Viiscli anent Xiuas with frieiiurf in Columbia. M itss Km ma Pickins has been visit .in rr tfM.Hl.ivi lie friends. Will Kirbv. of Nashville, spent rrt. nf h ruilidavs here. si a van nf ihe N. F. & S. Rail- wAv. in lviu offhere this week it : Urmilinrrv leaves to- v for a visit ti Nashville friends. ftf-nrer Wilkes have leeu visitiut: Mrs. Fanuie Armstrong Ti.fiaa -VeliiB Colouitt is visiting rtrioiids uud relatives in jsoouviue, Mr. .iml Mrs. K. W.'Carroak spent ' B holidays with Mrs. F. C. Dun- l r .. tini'loo. He ate his 'l,.wti.il.a dinner witti the old foks ui;L Ihome. TCisa Anuie White left yesterday niiirninii for Hetet'aburir to BP3Ud the hoUdays. r. J. W. Howa-d and little boq h&T bepu visitiuir Mrs. Branch at Ka-b ville. I Jadee K. K. Erwin and wife spent 'VM.ua witi. Mm. Erwiu's mother, in Hwrfreesboro. Mr. John Birr, or BLrmingham. ai la on a. visit to ltia father and milv this week. Allen H. Guent, of Nashville, is .r.oii liia irraml itarents. Mr. and Um. Isaac Powell. ria initio Williams, of Water Talley, is spsudintj the holidays with itrieuds iu Columbia. ii o.nd wife, of Tuscum- bia, Ala., are spending tnis week with Mr. Lowell s pamuiH. vf i ir..iu,i K ,iwllfv and Airs. J it iiini.r t Now York, are visit- ino- n.e Afisses Liazarus. " r- fr (y W. Hmith and Mrs. Wm. It. Smith, of Pulaski, are visiting Mrs. lleurv McU'more. Fred F.vaus, now in business at l'ninn into li aa been euioviuir the society of his friends this week. Miss Lena Cabler came back frcin -T....,..1. , uiliara elli. is nOW llvine. and iia been spen.liug the holidays with her parents. ci.ori;,. T.lnstiomb returned last ......i. r,..ri ArtiMs. where he has . . .. , k.. tn, amiiA t:iii. He has been finite ill siuca his return. Muramlsr in hank iu his old n.onAii Tndin inks, water C pastel, copying a epecmnjf. ULdnaltl III 1 IV. H'nri.nnw TtRflS. A. DANIEL dec2 4rn ghelbyville & Columbi A.J. Nichols, (Gov.) will resign his position at Walker & Friersou's ; after the first of January, ii ne hustles for Circuit Court tjierK ime b has for his bouse during the de cade he has. spent there the other candidates naa as wen qui. mo Winn lellv. nreserves. citron, raisins, nuts, celery, oysters, etc., fresh ana nice at iu tf E. W. Gamble Grocery Co. Hamil'ou Brown, Willie Polk and n,.M. nlebv of this place leave Monday touler "VaII and Mooney's school at rrauKiiu. We are aeents for FleUcbraann's compressed yeast and grandpas wonder soap. tf E. W. Gamble Grocery Co. R bt. MeKinney has accepted the position of asfistant cashier at the Second National Bank and will en ter upon the discharge of his duties next week. Mr. Easley remains with the bank but in another position of his own choosing. Tbe Picket place on Eighth street for sale or rent. . Witherspoon & Rdtledoe. dec2 4t Rev. Mr. Brett was the recipient of a liandsome Christmas pr sent fmm I. is concrreeration. in the foim ot an eregant p.nld watch. He was re th numerous other ..ifti Kesidea. atin mud for coon hidej. A. Samuels. declj 3t W O. Witherspoon made no objec tion'to be'urg taken to the asylum mi... jAmra tiiorA think that there i- irood hope of his recovery. He is not violent in any way but js Buttering from deep melancholia. Lowney's, and Blank Bros, fine catiiis snowtlak aud Saratoga wa fers, Jersey champaigue bumcuel, . .. I. n . . . 1 i,l.A neon tf ' JR. VV. UAMPLE UKOL'hBl M H. Alleu made giu tne urw of Messrs. A. H. Shields, Matt rier- poii. John Floy a uuu iir. r, .. road men t the depot, by givingeach of them a Dig ii n""1" " " Christmas dinuer. rrt, t?kt. had to lock Its uoors Xmas Eve to prevent destruction in o.a stamoeda of customers that crowded the store to suffocation. A man was stationed at me orders to lock it when the store . be came full and not open it until enough went out to back door to a.r lOW room lor otuern w -- front. Such a sight has perhaps never been witiiWNwd in Columbia before. aaneral nartie h&v started out, to earn a ticket to tbe World's Fair by irettinir thirty new cash subscribers tO the rlKKAWl. Xii'-J " . , c with fcuccess aua wm gei, num ber, if they persevenj. a y J " the Herald Co.. win give iwui . .. ..o.it vnr. tlipv do cet. You cents ior cvc jr - j can do this work just as well as they, . .. . l.rt Titan Wllfvllt V why don't you try n i easy way to work your way to the World's Fair. dec3l-i'. a j. Nichols will go luto tn clothing butineas about the first or f om Which Mr. Hirsh ii now mov- iu". Mr. Nichols will leave in a iew days to buy his scock oi gw Prof. Courtney, of rsaviue, been engage! to give jmui i gymnastics for the nt year t w members of the Columbia Athletic C4ub. The Christmas entertainment at theFir.t C. P. ChurehwM . quite anique aal succesiut ui m: i.: ami fhi iirin. ana oiti JLluta. Alio tt, - v , North Jroie wuo uio'u nrHscnts. were tne most cuusp1"""" characters. The hearts of the c'nldre i of tne Presbyterian Church were midd glad by the distribution of preieuts from a handsome Xmas tree last Monday night. . :.. f V a noni al Collimtl a T0- ward oflerred bv Miss Carrie Cloptou for the return of a, strayed or stolen mare. Twenty pounds of choice new rice at A. O. McKeuuon's lor si. dec30 It ivf Will Ri-knell has been on tbe sick list for several dayB. To All of Our Legion or Friends, We wish a happy and propperous new year, and beg to teuder our sin cere tbauts for their kind and liberal patronage in the past, and solicit a continuance of yourcustora and trade for the uew year just coming in. We have determined to make it to your i: terest to deal with us And to anneal to your hearts through your pocket books. On Monday, January 2, we inaugu rate (as advertised for weeks past) a new and radical departure from the old fogy, long credit system, and on ejh and every item or bill purchased ill deduct 10 per cent from tbe face. "" Now just figure at this per cent and you will see readily that it amounts to over 25 per cent in actual money that you save annually by dealing with us and paying cash. Walker & Frierson. Sliot Off His Hand. jjuon .runups, a young man wuo has he, AM emp'oyeu iu uio g.ouc.jr -r-orVl- Wootea Moore, had the SSafo?taAr to accidentally shoot ofl his thumbs v".'.' - day ntorui.V Thfi wai, pare KihJXVo'tgan. He was a double barr f -"J "" wt loidine it whiVA. Z" oft, with such re hlLrd thmt ?"?.w.". rVad was thrown UlirBli IU UIO uau.ic twenty feet away. 4 jifiWIKT IITTI? flNIAAJl ... ..-l-a which vou For your mna pairoU dllrln-"tbe nympatbj DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS. Mrs. Lonise Clark vs. Clark. E. Warren Cruel and Inhuman Treatment and Fail ure to Support, tlie Causes Alleged. In the Chancery Court last Wed nesday a bill was filed by Mrn. .Louii-e Clarke against her husband, the Rev. E. Warreu Clarke, askiog that the bonds of matriiuony between them 1 ilmt she be allowed I alimony id aUoruey fees out of uio -f -i ..,.! tliat Dm cllslodv of tje chOn be given to the complainant. The bill charges cruel aud inhu mau treatment, desertion aud failure to support. It charges that for six years the defendant Clarke has utter ly failed to provide the necessities ot life for his family, aud that but for an allowance of $l,b00 a year from the complainant's father, the wife aud children would have su fie red. Il alleges that for tix years the defend ant has spent comparatively little of his time at home; that he would have his home aud his family without making the least preparation or ar rangement for their support, and re maiu away for mouths at a time. That when he would return and upend a few weeks with his family and contribute anything towards de fraying household expenses, he al ways cruelly emphasized the fact that be was only paying his board. Ih bill charges that his treatment of his wite has been wiirul, malicious and studied; the very "refiuemeut ol cruelty." It states that on the hearing of the cause letters from Clarke to his wife will be read, clearly proving his cold, cruel, studied, Inhuman treat uaeut. An extract lrom one of- these letters is iu suo-Uuce a follows. Shortly after the death of their liMljt girl, Ruth, some six months, -trhioe, tue complainant had wriji1i to ber iiiisl.Miid. askimr Akrure-euee aud uer distress; in repty n year lust drawing to a cKff new year be a happy, gl3&r to you all. We hope to Wit, not only a continuance, but a bigSfiucrease in your patronage. Aud righJ her we wih to say a word In regall to our methods for another year.-X years ago when we first started n business, we adopted the cash sys tem. As "our bu-iuess iucreased in volume we gradually yielded to influ ences that have prevailed here for years, and we have found our cash system yielding hi part to a credit system. . Tiiis we cannot continue and do justice to our customer aud to ourcelves heuce we must revert back to our old system or easu on the spot or settlement the first day ol tach mouth. The progress of tbe ape demands this change. Justice to ourselves and to our cftU-paying cus tomers demands it. We promise you that we will not be undersold on firVt class goods. We promise you fair aud square treatment. We promit-e to give you 100 cents worth fir every dollar tfou give us. Our greatly in creased trade during the past year Iibb been brought about by treating ou customers as we would have others treat us. Try us during 1S93. ' We open up the new year wiui oig bargain counters full of dress goods, shoes, odds and euds, etc., at prices less than half of value. If you see it in our ad. it's so. Yours, anxious to please, IcKeiiM Bros. & Aiiteoi Xmas Festivity u Columbia. Xmas eve was a gay one even for Columbia, which has always been noted for the abandonment with which her peop'e throw themselves into the festivity or the holif.ayf. All day long la-t Saturday our utreet were crowded t.y a lo-dive throug pre paring for the gi vat eveut of the year It was a gay, good humored crowd, and strong men, gentle ladies, stuidy boys, sweet little girls, with an inter mixture of the joyous African, jostled and crowded each other in their rush ..Auntora where were for sale .iQ r,fiita tnat were to make glad- t-ome hearts on the dawning of next d"rhere was a notable lack of noise, however, The small uoy had no tin horn aud no fire crackers. Perhaps it was because he had exhausted his energy in this direction celebrating your Uncle Grover's victory. There were a good many drunkards, though not as many as usual, aud all ot them seem to have been good hu mored iags. Old Santa C!aus came more heavily loaded with g u-d d.-.. fveir h-fore and his little friends are more thao ever grateful to him for his kindness Of to ta himaelf Over the death ia child hecaube it s-vrra oue of tbe liuks that biads himto uer, uis wife. . , .... . Auother allegation of the bill Is that the deieudaut has insisted upon giving away oue of his children. Some rich acquaintance had olt'ared o take the child aud provide for it, provided Clarke aud his wife woul i !gn an . agreement quit-C aiming dl their rigut, tine uuu iuiiph m rue complainant, prompted by a other's love, reiuseu to ruinum such proposition, wlnle tue tie aut insisted uptdi accepting the if. rnd became iuiiotis mat mo'hcY wouid not agree. Tue hi,11 contains other chargf s aud extraclsrom letters, which cauuo. now be giv,u to tue public because th- altotneVs in the cae have posfes sion of tliebVll and refuse to give it to the p:t!-s. . ' Mr Clatke i Episcopal min-i-ter, though IolM years he has had uo char-c vfchen he first can.e here s me five or k' years ago h. fr.qiiutly oc.upi-dh pulpit at St. Peter's Fpistoi-al Church. Bin for the latt year or two he seems to have Kst the fun(ideuce ot l.i church aud iuviuiouix to preach have beeu withhet . from .him. Hie ueglvct of his ratuily has been more ..!. ..ii,.i uV.r.ii- t-ioiiu-h ins cruel OI 1CU1 IP11 , m - 4 nt.n.ii.ii tr.iiitiiHiit was not generally known; for some reason oi . v... i. ...I u)uii lout r.lin coiitl'.letice oilier no nun r , of th couiinuiiity and was uoi u iu that high eteem by the general public that his sacrod calling entitled him to. The comp!ainan, Mrs Clarke, is loved aud highly esteemed by those who know her. She is a devout 1 tie voted m lh- Ulin'inu .... ...... er. She has five or six small chil-.i-.. lnv.iif.i her life to their care and protection. She is a mod est, shrinking, timid worn iu, and l much mortilie.l at the publicity that must come from such proceedings. Nothing but the profouudest sympa thy, however, is expressed for her by the enti.e com.miuity. ?xmrCs Dnu Gritltnj. H'e dcxlre to extend our hearty thank and grateful acknowledye meat to our friend and customers for the liberal patronage accorded us in i he n.isf. with the earnest assurance that we shall endeavor to merit a continuance of the same in the future. Our business was es tnhl.iahd in 1S.-j3, just 4 years ago during this period we could not possibly have pleased e verybody yet think um have credit jor noncsi tentions and purposes. We strive to lead in our line of business, ana oe Vie we do. We endeavor tq sell only the best and purest drugs, at ,..,. ttrlc.PH. We strive to be C(iOUtUiiw I-' 1 v.,i i nroaressive, yet not u.7i'-:c. The young pe pie uavo u x - , , ,,;-..,. , . . k.i..MAiii. r,r viirinii. i eeritfLriiie net 1 1 1 rju eraoie euiiwuuiuno .... . , . , kinds during the week aud at I have i;oeral yet not careless -to be fair and. revebd in a least oi tne B". just to all, and do things right, r.x that life can give, The only regret J niimcnis of the sea 0VEB THE COUNTY. In making up a new list 2,000 names, it is hard not make jonie mistakes. If you are not getting your IIEUALD, therefor, please let us know and we will see that you do. If you are getting two HEUALD'S, that is also unintentional on our part; let us know it, and we will stop one of them. Telephone u or write us a postal now, while you think of it de 30-2t. John Frierson and Rufus Jackson, of Mt. Pleasant, attended a german at the Frauklin Hotel iu Fraukliu last Tuesday nigbt. "Our B ib," Robt., L. Taylor, will lecture to-night at Howard Institute in Mt. Pleasant. It would pay all who have not heard him in his lecture "The FidJle and the Bow" to go uown to-uigni. Lowneys, and Black Bro's. fine cau- tliau ui.nw.fltklr. a and Kumtoim waferfl jersey champagne biscuit fresh and nice. tf- E W. Gamble Grocery Co. We are glad to see tbe rapid im provement Mt. Pleasant is making. From the evidence shown in its deve'opment, it feems that soot we will have a nice Utile settlement on the north side of town. Mr. Frier son has divided his field iu iront of the school building into ots, aud theyaie now redy for sale. Any ue contemplating moving t our i'.ih for tl,H hnfrir. of Bfihool. wi!l do will to consider this otter. These lots are on a be-sutiful site, conveni ent to the school, and in a growing part of tb? towu. Howard Institute Record.' - 'Twenty potiuds of choice new rice it A. O. McKeuuou's for $1. det 30 U Jas. G. Jxckson of the VanrWbilt, snd Rufus Jackson of Wall aud MooueyV, ient the Xmas holidays with their inotlier In Mt. Pleasatrf. Burt Taylor and Thomas Stephens, students of Wall and Moouey's Aca demy, are spending vacatiou at home in Culleoka. JUl yu want to go to the World's Fair, bring us thirty new subscribers and we will give you a round trip railroad ticket. If you try to jr-i thirty new cah subscriber- and fail, we will nav you 'Si cents for every one you do get. - dec30-"2t. $1 00 paid for pole cat hides: declo-31. A. Samuels. oooooooo THAXKIXU My friends and customers for their liberal patronage during tbe year that is drawing to happy and prosperous new year, and hoping to enjoy a continuance or their favors, J am still tbe people's friend. Yours truly, J. ROSENTHAL. maris 42t OOOOOOOO CASH IS KINU! ut a i!Lrir Mori?iiri'8. No UUP) lion n . u.,if.Br from Maurv ever received & l.mre roval welcome back. Roy Alexander, who ?s now traeel ip. for the firm of J. W. Burke A Co., Af s.oii. Ga.. is speuaiug ius no.iuajr s with Columbia friends. ivr-o t a Minith. Mr. Chan. Smith i it. V.o,v UuiwIm of Milwaukee, arr.i mi. ... -. , Mr Milo A. Smith, of South i ind tm visitiuir at the Athe .l"DUV-f - "Mr. J. M. Maves hf 8 returned from Florida where he has been for sev .rul weeks lookiusr after his orange ..ni. fr.iit nnw rine fur the 4Slv"w " - .market. . tf E. FAKMS1US. ATTEX J IvN I This v rny for your exebaoge of W lir-AT AND CO UN For 1 FJ jOirK AND MEAL. We are al o n tbe market for the pur cJhaee of wheat and com. Beat rates ottered a ud gwsl goods g'yen Wm. K. KAIR1 Ar CO., . dec'itf Operiitlnu Buck's Mlllini; Co. A Child Enjoys. The i.lsfml flavor, gentle action and x.M.thing eiieetol Syrnp of Figs, when in need of Si laxative, and if tlie lather or mother bo costive or bilious, the most irratifvi-ng results follow its use; so that it is the lH?st family remedy kuown and every Is inily should Jiave a bottlo. HEYWOOD'S .'. CELEBRITIES. The Bright Lithtu In Opera, Couiedof Concert. A Bril iant and Ectertaiainjr. l'ari'E ai Juiiined iTograrautft. IS KHJAKKTB t tv. recitw; lirsicui. v 1 I l! be V (had 4Uat al V Baby Uutli. Our ba Iy Jinth is now so happy, And Brever will be sullen, So lor (f sb and her dear pp y I'.e Kves" White Pine and Mullein. Eves' "White Pin aud Mullein is a most . "excellent remedy for ceughs, colds a Dl roebial atrctious. 1 For 1 'by al! druggists, octi'i ;-m J-4tt Ii -of 31 rs. Sa ffara n s. Afrs I sane Sallaraus died nt 1 home in lloiumbia on la-t Fridi nflA. . la ,.rr r-t ii r Itlnnsu nf flrtVur mont h-a. Shs was the wife of CapV.S Isaac iSafTiirati-fi. M'ho she leaves to". mod .ThrJess. Jlefore her marriage ras Miss Jepnie Pickett, bhe. vry advantage in her girlow education, travel aud high, so vwasitlou ould bestow and wit Blv onltj vateI Jrlw. . Her Id and children have . the KELllilOCS NEWS. Three young meu joined as active members at the Voung Peoples meet iuc in tbe First C. P. Church last Hunxiar. A grand meeting was en joyed by a large attendance. Miss v. ... ,iti loud the meeting tiaawro xe " - . iwfxt Sunday and an interesting time hjpeeted. The Society is young lu health nd vtgor an tne tune. Tlrere will ha new year services in the First CP. Church next Sutniay moniing&nd eveniug. Subject in the luornang: "A few mott.ies ior the new year." At night, "Making room kfr iesus'' There will be revival services every Sunday night begin- . umii. A I so every Wednesday night. Singiug iu cliarge of Young People's Society. Ail are ......li.Mv weicoiiie. viuii-.j . . tho : l.-st. scholars oi itheC. V. Sunday-scJiool will.be re warded next Sunday. 2 -o g tf . j Ps a; js W a. r. rl - 3 mj u, t1 2 a - H g g (9 ill sli W C 3 9. it 2 j o i S l 2 S3 I u 2 -s - 3 4 as Q oq a a "T" o- e a x - m' 2 Ph, ? - A a . once a year. It is hhgu a long iim -1 I, ...... .1 until auo ner win run luuni. Put Money In thy Purse." How? Save doctor's bills. Always ,."rl hVH. Lottie of that finest of remedies, Dr. Hale's Household CouKh Cure to allay the hrst irritation caused by a cold. Don't think you can V. i,at u frond, when for 2T. eents or 50 cents you can have the re- suit ol yeira ui (jrouvu . expendeu in b ehur V V u absolutely the best. For sale f.y U. Itains. ij AMUSEMENTS. Ole Olson at the Opera House Mon day night attracted a fairly good au dieuce who were delightfully enter- . -. j r, ll.nr. Iiimaelf was CS- laiiien. wio.... pecially good. Ihe only draw bck to the enjoyment was Ihe distress :..i.. i..w imnerature ot the house The managemtnt promine more warmth in the future. noi ana wisnino juit i and pmsperous new year, we remain ' -m r V I i" .71.. i ours raaiijuuy, A. h. It A INS. nonce uau toruiuueu uii.""v-, I.nt their warning was The i l Amr Persou ' L.i troubled with conatlpatlon .ran I s a 'lJVi rrrAe-ad permanent relief or bus- i rVTiDn HalS's llotimtaold Tea. OB Hfnplr, . h -Al k)d,- (intai. bo an u w C0XFEDEUATE VETERAN. A. Monthly in the Inlnri.t of th IayU Monument, ami teran la leueral. 8. A. Cuuninghaui, General Agent rr th Davis Monument, will begin the publication oi a imr y- w p-k- monthly, witn jauuary ow. . eents a year. The periodical win oe in large type, ou ruw ri"-' . WU1 contain the names .f contribu tors to the monument. It win give the history or other uomeuerw monuments and an amount oi luior mation about Confederates and their work for their disaoiea comrauee. The publication will seek to make friends every wnero ir i""'" survivora aud tne memory oi iue.i . Mr.Cuiiuinirhann'a sentiment has beeu so widely published with out giving onense tnai, wo ki tully 'co-operate in advancing this periodical. " Hnpclal w Tears Offer. Unniimr lnnrv 2. I will .on fnrKl imntt tier tra Ion the best kii rtidkana molaiaea. utually sold tor 7S ctjU per tjUon, . ; . - -:, deCSOlt . Ai Oi ltcttt0Sl New Year attraction at tlie Grand Opera House, Monday night. Jan 2, will ue neywoou b icui ties, one of the finest traveling musi cal organizations iu America. Ihe company includes Miss Elizabeth Gleafon, the famous dramatic reciter- Herr J. Niedzlolski, the cele brated Polieh violinist; Julian Jor don, the teuor singer and author of many popular songs, luc.uuing - ie Song That Heached My Heart." E C Coutourier, me comeum , jii Zimmerman, the accompanisS Sig Eduardo Visini, the baritoue former ly with Patti ; and Miss Mary Hose Hughes, Miss Belle Daily, voctlists; Miss Adelina Baldanza, Mrs. T. Hey wood, Win. Hey wood, and W. H. S enger. To lovers of vocal aud in strumental music of a high order this .ni rw. th treat of the season. Tick ets are now on sale at Woldridge, Ir vine fc Towler's. Special New Year's Offer. r.. aw. ninniiar. January 2. I will sell for 49 cents per gallon the best n.luani mnlnnnes. usually fcOld e v w iv" 1 - for 75 cenj-s per gallon. dec30 It A. O. McKesko.n , Hymen's Toteries. ryl. llnurlnfT ROUnleS liaVO had marriaee license Issued to thm since our last Issue: W. E. Hickman, :t vr fitivor v. i viarreii. t:aa innia Ktititmons: J. II. Holcers. MisaS. B. Goad; Chas. C. Richards, Misa Italy Hodge; Win. Thomas, Miss Molhe Frost; James K. Mast-ey, cilia T.illle: W. C. James. II A ro raaaaav v Mias Jessie .Logan; - J. M. Heiner, i:.. a m MofMnre: Wm. S. Marks. Miss Mary E Johnson ; Samuel R'ng, f ian T.lzzia Harris: Aiatt A Murderous Assault. Wm Porter, colored, shot Nat Robinson, colored, in three places iuhr. RobiUf-o'i i still alive but may die from the ellcct nf hia WOUIUlS x-f ihit.iiiann was irivine a pay his ho-.iue near the tail. 1 lie not heeded w. n.xrtur la a vout'or tieirro from Williamsport. Nat Robinson is a i,.,..,lr V.iiT neirro. TheV trot i. ditHciiltv about the pay and i.iripr shot Robinson ttiree times, once in the arm, once in the breast i i. ti,u Aiifiomen. llie last UllU oil. k: ii ' v - ,i ,i,id wound is that from which moat danger is apprehended. Alter I .... iv.r!r niHfle ifOOd Ills ine ifiuuiiuf, -. a etcape, and has not been captured yet. Tin re U a coincidence iu t he fact that just a year ago auother NY H iiauinport negro killod '.lis man iu Columbia. Ml. Mii Mist. Miss Miss NVe desire to call the attention of the public to a few very perlineut fitcts viz.: Since the organization of our firm, we have always enjoyed the large-t patronage of any firm in our city, for which we ne proloundlv grateful, yet at the saiue ini.e wo or , sud will always bp, aijx.'Qiis to in crease our sa'fs ami popularity with ihe people. Iu order to do this, we realize lhat we have to conduct our hii.ir.oisi iii such a wav that r.o firm li ii. wliuu (inali'v is takeu Into consideration. Wo have never yet beeu undersold and never iuiend to be; but our object is to un- .ruoll avun'mifl else. We think We l.n.'u fur uiiiih1m1 111 fl 0 1 fl t! this. but in order to make "assurance doub ly mire," we have determined to make a ra-Ucal change lu our business on aud after JauusryJ, 1SUX . - . 11 .n'.vt. l tiavn neon HellhlZ g'oous to some of our customers (who have had an established credit with .j) ou the following terms: Accouuts flue January J, ana juiy i. io on January 1, 1893, we will change our lurm to 30 das. or all accounts due .... ;r.it daw of each mi-nth. This, of .J 1 J lliow v v cou se, applies to parties who have an ...... 1.1 ijl.x.H trail if vril h IIS. In makinir thie change we nope to to save you money, and at the same ,.1 uL- more for ouselveu. This you can readily unuersiauu auri listening to our reasous vi . n m i- nnhled to sell at a lower pur cent profit I'mu formerly (wh ch will be cousideraniy lower man aoj oiu. house iu town). NVhy? Because we will always have the ready cash t buy what we want, tneieuy bcuui h.ii every thirg at tbe very lowest price, again, we will save a large nuwum iuurest which we have neretoiore heeu Having on the amounts cariied by us for our customers. This, or course, win oe a largo i.... ,iioi, i.rmmxA to firiveour cus tomers the benefit of, and thereby in crease our business. NVould it not be more promame ior us to sell $200,000 00 at 5 ier cent prof- it than to seir lou.uuu.uo u ii ..r.,n. 9 Mtf vfiur own calculations. 1 . ... , -II. .IVa n.n,.f JNOW tnis is our oojei, o "mi to sell th tru-ate.-t amount of goods ... i. .I.ii.t ne. cent nrotit l"Slb!e oviiii...... 1 1 " . Hll i on this pioi or.itlou we earnesily -t.li.-it, vour natrouaszo and goou n .... , , . ...in , . I ... i.i rillTlfl insi. WH Will Oil Jjef. iu .. - . i. ,,nfiurkold on anv article, nut ...Ill a. o!l 11. HPS. 1 r V LU uuuuini" Will, U v ' - . . I . WM OO ILI1L lldIO AVJ1 Ihe l'O.Ml Will OI OUT CUUll'Olll.no, iiim oora of t i.em. but we are anxious for the goodwill of the public. Yours, respeciiuny, W ALKKK Oi. A munaviui WEDDING BELLS. Mr. R. P Turner and Mis NVillle May Lipscomb will be married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. aud Mr. Mrs. NV. H. Liipscomb, ou Garden street, next I ues lay iwirniiiir Jan. 3. at S:la. They Wit. take the south bouud train at 9:15 for a visit to the groom's parents at All.uxn A l.i Tliuru will II I lilt flttPtl duuts and ouly a few friends and rela lives will be present. There wilt be no cards ihe herald extends its heartiest congratulation-! lu advance. Morgan lleudlcy. A mot important social event wa the marriage of Mr. A. Park Morgan to Miss Louise Hendley. on Wednes day evening lasL The ceremony was said iu the rr. sDyterian onurvn, oy Rev. F. B. Wtbb. llie imniens- crowd, which had gathered before seven o'clock, witms-euoue oi tne mont beatuiful marriaites lu tho liis- tory or Columbia. The rollowiug young ladies aud geutleiuen attt nded the bridal cou nle. fo-iuing a semi circle aroui.d the altar: Miss Sullie Morgsn, R G. Sparr-.w; Mss Minnie lloUl iifir. J. il. AieXHiia-r: nibs xtrt K. II (lJible: Mirs I'Jninia l. muitn, joh. iowiei, Helen Smith, NVUI NVU'.iams; Emma Hughes, Albert J?ite; Kalcone:te. Mrgau rrierson; ltfaro Vu.no J. T. NVooten : Elizabeth Jon s, it. u. nieini"-j' . Miss Mary Wilfcee, J. L Epperson The bridal couple men eniemu, on .in... a.a the bride with lie sister. Mis Bessie Hendley, aud the groom with Mr. Will Ridley. Miss Louis? iieumey mvi ir..n childhood beeu o io of the noted benuties of Tennessee, uui sue ippcared more l .vely thiiu ever ne tore. as she stoti l in the midst of this r.-U of eldboiaie illuuiiiiain ns, fragrant .lowers and beautiful g lis to take the sac e l vows of luatrimouy. She wore an elegant white siik, trimmed in pearl paS'-'iuei-ieiie buo i..,.. .. ...i .... rri.. . I .illies ot tne vauev 1 , tnv. v.. . . - Iu her baud Miss Ressie llendity, ih Maid of honor, was ar sseu in c.anarv colored ail, while tbe other ..iini-Mnta worn naIiUh ITOWUH. Ultll a abtCIIUUU tw - c m . the hair. Miss i'U.,.iiio tteriifhiii nlaved softly ou i... nran H 11 r I ii the ceremony The bridal paity and nearest relatives then retired to tne nimeui mo wnuy, where all that was ta-teful and ele gant contributed to a most enjoyable reception. Tbe rooms W re elabor ately decorated, and a large numbei of handsome p esonts w ere displayed. The p-rsonal beauty of the br.de is a complements her lovely disposi tion, both of which hve rau-ed her to be one of Columbia's belles for tin past two s. asons. The groom if ...n..,iuinr nf Mortrati's shoe store and is a promising young man. ihe young couple 1-ft ou the same eve-.-ing tor New Orlean-, where they will spend the next iu :. aa. i tUlLANCEu. Hum llemiie.l Itelaeea Trxn at. (I Here. A sad case of menial derangement is that of Mrs. Kiuyoti who has Lit in in tbe charge of Sheriff Rags.la!e hi tli jail this week. It has been ditficult to get at the true (date of the r.tcis, but from what can be gathered front the unfortuuate woman and other sources, we JMtM) that she is a native of this county, having beeu born .... 1 1 7 1 1 i : .. . . . ii. : i j ------ -B j ucai iii muiem i, ner iiiiinieu close, wishing them a bright, I name Is Dodsoii. f'ye first married a I ... -. . ......... .1 ' . : . . 1' . i l l 1 1 man uaineu vj rimes, 411111 uieu. duh theu married a Mr7lvliiyon. and moved to Terrell, Texas. He is still living aud thev have three itrowu children there, and oue daughter living iu Lewis County near Suui uiertowu; ihe wife of a man nmed liUlli S Dears. She has a number 'of other relatives In this county, also. Ssliu Ba va thut Imp IiiiuKuiiI utul ft-ktklli1. v -iy iavi uor jm -M -m w im v v reu tc Terrill brought her to the deot station to the home of her daughter, H f . .. U . .. ... 1. ..1... 1 . nx.a. t3ic:ai r, w 110111 buo was k1 1UK visit. it is sunnosed that her 111 lid was sound when she left home but became unbalanced ou the road. She speaks of having been put 1 It at Dickson and one or two other places. She was put ot! at Nashville aud locked up two days by the police authorities. Iu tho mean time f-he had lost the return purl of her ticket, as she thought. The IMaslivtlle MUthoritiea bought her a ticket to Columbia and put tier on the accoiuiuodat i'.n tralu Saturday after noon, without any one to look after her or take caie of her. She was wild at the time and mm only pre vented troni lumping oil' the traiu by the frieudly passengers iulo whoso earn she had beeu turust. t u Kidd, the conductor, telegraphed the police to meet the train on its arrival heio. They did so and took the lu eane woman to the county jail and delivered her to'Sherill Ragsdale. He and his family took the kinriMent cure of her and have, lu the residence nart of the tail, watched her with great gentleiie s. Their klnducss is u striking contrast to tne innu ' - v 1 .III . man action i.I tne ihsiiviiio authorities. Tne dersiiged woman's relative iu Texas have b'.eu tlo graphed and are expected to 0 nne afte. her, but it they do not Hie win tirnlmhlv be sent back home iu care of the shtritt or oue of his deputlu-t. Since ihe abive a put into fype it has been decided to send Mrs, Ki-uyot, back to Texas. Deputy , Sherills J. A. Grtgnby aud J H. Ir vine will start back with her to-day, SheriiMUgrdale" proposed to hcikJ her back with uo cost to the couuty ex cept the railroad fare of his deputies. Tuis liberal proposition was accepted oy Judge nelson. Death f Dr. Waller Parker!1 Tlie Meunlug of ChrUtmas, S0flETV, rtoa Vlnriinn MurohV 1 O. L. MC r.ii MUa Laura Johnson: JefT Davis Drryberry, Miss M. E Green ; M J. LtaVlS, XLIB MJtmi , Park Morgan, Mlos Lou lee Hendley ur T Alrfarann. Miss G. H. Turpiu: J. IL Addieman, xuisi o. tu. 111 bankit J. L. Adklislon, MUs Jennie The 'Wusliiugtoii Limited" Is tbe name of the magnificent new train which leaves Nas.iville every morning for the-East vi N. C. & St Lu lty 1 Chattanooga, Kuoxvnle, Bristol, Roanoke, and through the famous Shenandoah N alley, n.ak ug the trip five hours aud a half quicke la bv anv other Hue tuau evci iiitiviv j - j This train has in addition to baggge car and eleeant Palace Dy Coayhes, Pullman Vestibu'e Kleeping Cars, i-a Haina. which run Ihrough : . J . . 1 nltiintrA I mill .ISPliyil.C d' WIlTiouv 1 .... ..r,.- ------ - , Wnshimrton. and also hss asujerb Diuing Car between Chattanooga and NVashington. giving unexcelled service. Leaving Nashville at f.W one morolng.passengers by this tram reach NVashineion at w:.w ueit mo. u- luir and New York that anetuoon ai 3 o'clock. This ts'truly a grtat con venience to the ieople of Tennessee, it ia not onlv the fastest and mom magnificent train, but it is the only through car iron. iasuvme East. decl6-tf. 12 Lifted Two Overceat. A mlnter ariving his name as David Stanton aud claim ug to have been imported into Tennese from Texas -w w tr.lt. It . n b f W V John It- ilCUJWeil l win li the P.ipUllSIS, was arresie.. .iiut afternoou by polioiinen voss anu Tuek-rona charge 01 larceny, ne purloined two overcoats btl.nging respectively to Dave Engle and NVUI Co'quitt, am tooa inem 10 iiiro. . t .l,n.. 1. a .it a Kna irl ilitf xvingi 1 oUlllvan b, woo. " 3 Holt, They were Identified bv young . John . I . . .., 1. . . . Infn.i.i.llAn ti t ti rirAA limt Sill nd av uioru. 4.VOV mm. j ' - . , iug, iu his sermon on the origiu ana meaning of our Christmas festival, said the birth of Christ was more ....... . l.ir.i, nt a .tiild It was the birth of a new era, of manhood, .... ....... 1. n.i iKiidiinnd. reason. liber ty, broid-mindedness, philauthrophy, human-brothorhood, God's Father hood, hop. joy, laughter, singing, peace,' joy and good will among men hull is cladlv an iioiini'lnur the death of war, hatred, i.inl fMilds. l.iiotrV. ilftlO- u.i.rutttion.tvraniiv. nride and mu. ci "i. t ' , -rf - ' . enmity between men. '1 he true spirit .MM.r.aimiii unifl the stieaker. is the spitit of forgiveness aud good will. If there exists any oue toward whom you have auy bitter feelings, theu .1 ia r'liriutnmii for vou. "Glorv llie.o .n uv, . ' - . .. to God In the highest, peace on earth and good will oeiweeu men. Of Special Imuortp.uce to Advertisers. If you will allow ui to borrow au expreai-iou: "When you see 11 """ ad it s SO." We Uavo never u.iui Two Thousand hubdiiribers until now. The reason we claim more now tnnu ever before, is because we have more now than ever before. If you will inquire of us you will find that our rates are the same as heretofore. Tlie rates remaining the same and the subier ptiou list being Urier. it needs no argument to cou- . . 1 nnfl 1TA11 thui irit. nn.ul vou even a V1UUC jvu l . -- 1 little bit to advertise in the Herald last year or this year, it will pay you a big bit next year. n. .. . l.;.. .T, wiinl In do IS to de- i ud iiiii. j- " ------- cide how much you want to spet.d A then he sure VOU tur nuynii-iuj, " " j 1 . ..'i Mi.t it t.iiA rnriiL uiaoo nuu " the right way; tor buying advertising space Is like buying goo ls-the A ,ni ta n.it Hm best. A real eood 1 will nvir rt almost 1UI.1UCBS itii. ..... r- auythiug sooner thau his advertising department. , - The vouug men of the Maury. Club Rooms of Ml. t-iensani, aao 1. .11 l.iat Vii.luv eveuinu al . I'h.i, i.nniolii.ientrv to he 111CI1 vviii", ".--i - vn.iiitr ludies Of Mt. t'ltasaut. in i.,n. nf ti.- vntiii' ladies wc e veiy art! tic aud beautiiul aud those of ihe young meu were wen afa..Se.. ...,i u,,itltn di. The striog band isheil the mufio for Ol lUIUIllui" " " ' . . ,. ... ., 11,. i.lnn mid a most ueligniuii evening was i-peut by all 'present. I IIC 1WI'UIM6 " , Marv Ixna. Annie Long, iiaggie Williams. Jenule nr",t,..u Kii-i- r.iiisc.omb. hiorente Mv YVutkins and Messo-. 1 " Krietson. Sam'l Pointe- f k'.-iotl 11. Cluis. jacKHou, it nr.y I .. 11 ir Jus. Ward. Willis jaca"-.., John L"Uitr. Irvli g of I-Ioiei-cf, A I ..1... I.x.r.in luilll. liiMlty. J i.i.u 1 e ... . , , " . . . ii.. itr Sut.-i ivitiren. -eui vu.iwi.re, . . . ,...:n Martin, YV. C. t nerry, 01 -ia . aud Eugene Harrow. iJr. iienry r .....I wif- Mrs. warii. ami 11I1LI11 O. IJ rw..-', , Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Frieisou, acted as chairouec The young people of Ml. Pleasant ....... .11 i.ri.t 11. 1 1 v HtiLrrimurii i. we.o IA . .. t. 1., L..i,i.,. uii.a hv Miss juua nmii.li r 1 iu. . .v. ..... j ----- - 1 v.-- 1. r.o 1. ir 1'ecil at tbeir father's Bill! U 1 ' .... it.. Mt. Pl-mant nike. Ihe uva..inir was delightfully passed by . 1 . 1 .....l A..i.t,Ar a II r-, ent. Jjanciuir, ami 1 ' nut ion cau- ed the hours to fly very :.!.. ....,,1 alin.lt. I'Z n'fl IM K WIIMI1 n i .iUJi.nt. renast was sol'ved TL.v.o nr-i-ent were Misses Ghrwthu '... 1 ,11 Vli. ..,(.. Waibin. tianii iiniaunrii -i'iri'i... Ida Hildreth, Julia Smith, Grace Roth, Katie Bicketls, Kstie Ellette, Li ly Williams and Hattie Giddens. II Smith. Joe and r..i... n.rnor F.i nest Es'e. YVm .....i,.u A.ivtin Harlau. NY at . 1 n 1 1 "1 ........ t . i,'n..r i...wr(.ricH Harris. Hunter Harr.s aud R. C. Jsckron. M r Plkasant. Deo. nf yurniul Ilif-rCrtd UlO . . - .. , - , people upou neariug jr oil ute. lie iii iini. r. -T ...1. if fir Wnller I'm tenrTiad ,1,1,11. , . ... . , , - - :.,mi.r.l ii to "ths unknown" beyond- Ouly Saturday list, he was out ou llie streets, greeting eyery 0110 wnu pleasant smile ahd cherry voice, as was his usual wont, and discut-sing with gival euthuslasni, the coiniug lecture ot Ex-Gox. Boot. L. Tsylpr. saying thai "it was like the story ol love old, yet forever new, and al though hp had heard him twice al I aiirelv eo to bear iiznui, w .- . -. . r ,T 1 him Hiaiu Friday night;" Mt anv for the uncertainly oflife btTnew not that dii-ease-w'4' therr' eapi.ing th vrv foundation, of his cportif: lion, and that so eoon death would biiap ths brittle C Jrd iiiit uiuun mo soul to f arth. . Huutb.g was his favqr.te sport aul . . tie iiad Just recently spent a wi ck lu the barrens with a party of bunttra where be caught a very deep-seaiel cold. Ou Sunday aft. f toon he was feeling quif,e unwell, wlnn he went to Dr. Seth Kittrell'e loom at the Rcaett's Hot 1. Hp g'sw rapidly worse and Monday, was taken too ill to be rennved to hit home at .Mrs. J. G. Ingtaiu's. All the medical ntd or Mt. Pleu-ant was simiuoned aud ri, .I'.tb... if. t'l.liinit'U. was (!! .... ..1, ...1 ,..r 1. nt I... found l' Uo 111 1.111.11 !, ..... ... - beyond the power of human skill aud ia-d night (aiouuay ingni; un,i.. while the towu was wrupped lu si lent lumbers the "dreaded mosseii irer" came with noiseless fi gut to 1 lini victim. liw his kind words, courteous mau- and oolite attention, Dr, Parker won friends wherever he r-nnt. ol)o was m.rre gallant and ch .alrou, to I tiles and social and jovial to hi Mlow-men. He hid a spatkling inliid. brlmmlug over witn wit u.. humor, and was a brilliant couver sitt.nalisl and a most talented writwr. For several yesrs his letiera m mo Maurv DemH;rat, over the iinmua- plumeof "NY'at," hav been egeriy perused ami greaiiy in in i.e.., luat paper and it v leaders are yei, iu ..ili.u ( Itu IiImM III V sustain in the a.iiiitron whfi irve the tnioruiatioa which led to the arrest of the thief. Tn mukintr vour ctiloulationa for aaa HfiV0tf iairtry r tn tr npr ft va If r d .tnhaiP (l:rt Bill uriKAr. 1 1 1 U V V UV a.a. mM m vw mr . vv. . . . , .... - . a . . a . 1 - 1. I ai-K tt"b 11 11 hutnni ie win nav von iieimr now than ever, bacaoad we have snore tUDsCriDCrs ever uciore. Santa Claus Descends the Chimney. Instead of hanging the presents ou a tree the Baptist Church concealed them in au ornamental chimney ...i.ink wo nnened Christmas eve. Aaron NVhite did the Santa Claus ., .1 .orria down tlie chimnev to i.irlKnta ItiA POod thill .Tel. WheU din the descent the mirih and iov of the children knew )., ind. The whole affair was highly enjoyable and suceesful. t 1- - gant.1 Clans Appear- as Miller. The South Columbia Methodic Cnurch decided to have a mill i stead of Christmas trte. Ihe y was very artistically . arranrr- ir was very mucu enjtyeu est, especially the Jlttle t were nilea wun ine gieatt, when Frank DowllDg, wh. Ihe miller (Santa CI? aud tet tbe mill tn in (rfound out preietit" tox tVay-ScUouk claas tud'i ' A very pleasant germaii was giveu 1.. i. u 'ontiiYv Club narlors last Thursday iilKht.- The following ..m.,1 irirn nrHrent: Edward tusch of Nashville, leadei. Ms la'ker, i..u,lu Mr llAli.ier. 01 il 11- ui vu ..... waukee; Miss Fttleonet, of Nashville, Morgan rilerson; fliisiiarjr m i, if. i ti-r. Minn IUIh NVilkFs. M1I0 u,..'ii. of Milwaukee: Miss Minnie ... - . . I,..., 1I.1I 111, I H . A IPXHIltiri . xil.DO MJitM iii'. u.iih Jos Towler: Miss inf. . . . . .... , - u.Ui. Km t 1. V IS. vviiiiamB: oiiea f-.i,..Pintta NVhitthorue. Alf inoini sou; Mbs Lizzie Jones, R. L. Mc- iuimu-MiunKii ia M or trail, it. i. tm! .... r mis MiwHKalliA Morvau. J. 'I ... ' . . . . - .. ......a... l. wn nn ' Alias lei Lie ran" ei i v , t i...i.i- Mi.a K.mina I inches. A. I - - ; . N. Fite; Chaperones, wr. auu Mrs. u.,b f,.rian. Mm. H. If. Morirau, 1 . x.in . , ... ' ' Mrs. NV. P. Morgan, Mrs. YVilllams, Mrs. Smith. Tim fnllntvii'V members of the C. n m t'lnli were entertained last Frl- Ho v nisrlit bv Mr. NV B. NVooten at im r.;leni-e of hi? father. Mr. J. C. ... . n . ... . 1 ............. VVOOletl, 1 lie HllilKlUK Bl 1 ruviru . ...a, m ...... Misspells WelU, W. I. nritoieii, Miss Minnie Towler, Frierson Jtc r Tiaa K Ja'ries. lleutv AjCUJW,lv, "- - , - ifia. fliiu I fT .niore. Kriif-e I , " ' ... ... ? , . Cochran; Miss ljouite r nersou, jonu Gaut; JUISS r.lliei jimniiBjr, iu. Towlei-. Rovers:Colln James, Flem Thomas and Marslv-ueairs. TbeMuniora were delightfully en tertained lart Tuesday nijfht by Mr NVlllieon aad Miss Mary Frierson at Ihe borne ot their fathtr, Mr. A. D. Friersou. ; Mrs. Rebecca MfiLemore gave an entertainment at her residence lart Stturday night complimentary to her niece, Mios Mlna icieiuore. - . 1 d.ath of it's g;Ited correHpon. oi-i. WIimi ' 11' on h Jin lug exp d tion, of which h wa t hief leader, he was the life of the camp, ami, inongn no spun iiitny jokes and related mauy narratives he nevnr fo'got to clothe his thouirhts iu tbe most pousneu and refined lagusge. Hii Miim will o lai.l to rest iu the ti'i "iouy Cemetery to-morrow at 1 o'clock. '1 'V his widowed slters, mr. ji. - Walker and Mrs. J. U ingran w ii. were with him when the fin? ! hmir came, ami to ins ran assia iai, -s Aim whom he spent so many , we oiler our sincere nympainy. ,uy the sod rest lightly o'er his rave. --A JXarrow- hirinve rru.n l ire The house 011 Bear "Cnek ub-.nt llvemi'e from Columbia knii.va .h the Eph Davis place, was l unie ! I l Saturday night about fight oVlo. : . The place belongs lu( Mr. Wm. 11. MitcheP, but was oi fupied hy bis father and mother, Mi' and Mrs, Joe Mitchell, who aie very .iu pfopie. Tiiev had gone to bed.ana .. Pre, which broke out In the top of to houie, had made nuth progress be fore they fjovered It, that, they were batelyNtole to esmpe with their IV. S, not evell SSVlllg lIKIir ciomen. Theie was a small amount ol limi- rau;o, but nothing spproaeuii-g tue extent of theloss. To lilve Way. Thk I Ik ha i.D Iihs an accumiilatlon of several thousand old papers. We sell them usually at half a cent eiicii. I hey are bought by the poor mainly, tosip4p broken window paiit-s, mid to paste over crii-yts iu tneir io.ni.. This extremely t'ol.l weather has moved us to cant this mite 10 mt poor. NVe will gl.e these old papers awav until our stock U exhausted; . " . ft. ni rtflir l)Ul W Will UUl Kivo 111." i'"." ,,J lo auy one person it you reany teed them come at once; thy wio. be gone in a few days. Y bite or black, if you need them, come and, get them. The Late Mrs. Emily Polk III!hi.h, The futwal of Mrs E oily 1 NV.Hi lams, w.fe ot Mr. J. Miunick Will lams, will be held to-day at Kt. Anne's Church, Eat Naihville, at 11 o'clock. The -inieruieui win oc m Mt. Olivet. . . - " The Nashville American or oiou- day last had th above notice or J . . - . . . , . . limn a the dealn oi iir. auuuica . v uuu.. She formerly lived In title county and has many friends aud relative? nere. i- 1 ? 1 1 ou to ColuinUi.i. arris and bis bride, NVilmer, of Niw port. rp last night from -Tdke their home P. H. Southall, on 'r Harris is a well 'al Iravtlei' Ilud Ih 1 rt-U'.lves hers. HI TTo.iinr htdy and ' t.rp'-l 1.1 i ' A Hepu'ilicuu Seiiiitor. Tbe RepuhlK .ius have wo election coutHt la M" State Huin-eiiit) Cou's"r a writ coiupolli 'ig ( votes Hi a iii'l. houteau county. L Hcpul.I'cans uotl, I he ctintrol of the 1 will lect a United . WIm u IUit.y wan id YTieo nh u a C When b'f sii i WieUfcl.e 11 Will it. Mrnr fifth oifi5Uklnltv - m V Mfl I.I. f 1 .