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Can You Find Such a Line
Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics,
Silks, Laces and Trim
The Maury Dry Goods
and Shoe Company
ow display, Nowhere else can you
make vour purchases to better ad
vantage than right here. We are in
for the business and make our low
prices do their own talking.
Kainy Weather Bargains.
Ladies' and Misses' Mackintosh
Coats from $1.00 to $3.00, or just about
half price to close.
Umbrellas from 50c up.
Rubber shoes, all kinds and prices.
T.arUea' .Terser Vests. 5. 10. 15.2oC
Ladles' Muslin Underwear, shirts,
drawers, gowns, corBet covers, well
made, nic.elv trimmed, at even less
than the cost of material.
New stvle Shirt Waists, detached
enllara. rne. 7nc. 1.00.
Ladies' Collars, Cuffs, Belts, Ruch
TWO (2) FIFTY CENT LEADERS
Kid Gloves, all sizes 50c.
Bummer Corsets 50c.
' Ladies' Misses, and Children's
Oxford Ties, 75c, l-00, $1-25 and'up
wards ; all sizes, kinds, colors, quali
ties and prices.
wtrincr tlBB .Ttnws. Windsors
and Scarfs 25c.
Saturday and Monday.
1000 yards Pique, Ducks, Chevi
ots, white, figured, striped,
checks, mottled just right for
Truster suits. 0-00(1 120 value.
This sale only 8j'c.
Tina irar-arldo Penancs ll4c
Wide Ducks and Cheviots 7c.
Indigo Prints ; c.
Pure Irish Linen 25c, 2(Jc, 83c.
(jusl nan vBiue.i
Toi.in T.lnon. half bleached and
JL I A V v j -
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
Rev. R. C. Caswell, of Nashville,
is in Columbia.
Mrs. T. B. Rains is visiting her
son lorn in St. Louis.
Mrs. A. Samuels has returned
from a visit to Nashville.
Miss Ida Hicks, of Murfreesboro,
is the guest of Miss Lima Frierson.
Miss Laura Taylor is visiting rela
tives and friends in Chattanooga.
Miss Fannie Kinelair is home from
Florida, where she has been teach
Mr. and Mrs. Octio Cherry, of
Nashville, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. Ida Scott and little Miss Hal-
lie Fry were visiting in Lynnville
Miss Virginia Cnmenter is visit
ing Misses Maude and Annie Long,
at Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. A. .T. Nichols and little son
left yesterday for an extended visit
to Anniston, Ala.
Miss Elizabeth Walker, of Frank
lin, after a visit to friends here, re
tuned home Monday.
Miss Narelssa. Williams, of Lake
Providence, La., is visiting her sis
ter Mrs. W. S. Fleming.
F.nn-pnft Tlao-sdalp. who lias hpen
attending a medical college in New
r i . j l . i
ioik, returned noma last ween.
Mrs. W. A. Milhoue, of Pulaski,
after a visit to her daughter. Mrs
A. L. Davis, returned home Mon
Miss Mamie McOaw has returned
from an extended visit to relatives
in Bowling Green. K.v.. and Nash
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Floyd, who
were visiting relatives here the first
of the week, have returned to Chat
Dr. W. A. Smith left yesterday
evening for Shiloh. where he will
attend the reunion of Confederate
and Federal veterans.
Mrs. Geo. T. Haley ( nee Miss Alice
Wilson) has returned, with her two
daughters, from Arkansas, to make
this place her future home.
Miss Charlotte Henderson was
called to Nashville Wednesday to
attend the funeral of her friend
Mrs. J. T. Harahan, who died in
Dr. Hazel Padtrett was in Nash
ville this week, whore he delivered
the charge to ttie medical class at
the commencement exercises of the
University of Tennessee.
Mr. F. R. Gamble is now a knight
... w . 1 1
or tne grip, ne nas accepted a posi
tion with tne wnoiesaie grocery
firm nf Orr. .lark son &. Co.. of Nash
ville, and is now in that city making
arrangements for his work. His
many friends hre wish him success.
Mrs. T. C. Petri and daughter.
Belding, of Columbia, are visiting
Mrs. K. J. Homan on Hernando
street. Miss Mamie Homan, of Co
lumbia, fnrmerlv or MemDhls. is
visiting her mother on Hernando
street. Memphis Commercial-Ap
usually looks like a good one
when you buy it. That is a
failing in the tooth brush busi
ness, and its the reason why
so many people pay a
price for a poor brush.
The real test comes after you
have had one for some time.
Then comes either satisfaction
or disappointment Dristies
pull out or break off, and tooth
cleaning become? nn aggravation.
We have some (and they
medium priced) which
give satisfaction when the test
comes. They are made for
particular, economical people
those who want a good lasting
article. They will therefore
between a nicely papered room
and one which is shabby with
old nap9r, or with discolored
or disflguered walls, is just as
: The Difference
between the low prices of our
elegant patterns of Wall Paper
for this season, and the high
prices which used to be charged
for ordinary paper. Our stock
includes all the latest designs
and colorings for 1897, from the
pheanest to the finest. We
can't tell vou about the hand
some designs, you will have to
baa thom. You are especiallu
invited to see them. Xo trouble
to us to show goods.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
Garden seeds our specialty.
Yesterday was All Fool's Day.
Miss Lily Wurfleld is on the sick
Little Nina Sowell is sick at her
home in the country.
Mrs. John H. Gartner has been
sick for the past week.
Mrs. D. H. Dorris has been quite
sick for the past two weeks.
Wra Tnlin r.tirlhottor is nnito ill
Her father and mother, of Hummer-
town, are with her.
The Citizens' Telephone Comnanv
will soon run a line from Columbia
to Theta by Jameson.
The Columbia lodge of Masons had
a called meeting last Saturday night
for work in the entered apprentice
Messrs. C. A. Bennett. A. B.
Cathey and John Burns, the com
mittee, are auditing the books ot the
Trustee and County Court Clerk.
Mrs. Joe Cowley is seriously ill.
Her son Ben. and brother Harry
and sister Louise have been sum
moned to her bedside, from Spring-
Tlr A Mirlnev Parrn. n Manrv
County boy, graduated with highest
class nonors irom tne uentai depart
ment of the University of Tennessee
at Nashville last Monday.
Woldridge & Irvine, the druggists.
are back at their old stand on the
corner of North Main street and the
square, which has been renovated
and made very much more attrac
tive. The Columbia Light Infantry, at
a meeting at the armory Tuesday
night, elected Hon. W. J. Whit
thorne. Captain, and Robert Rags-
dale 2nd Lieutenant, vice Capt.
Fred Gamble and 2nd Lieut. Moore,
I have a number of fine monu
ments, tablet and headstones in
stock. These are modern and well
nroDortioned designs. Stock and
finish a number one. Call or write
for "cut throat ' prices.
tf S. P. Payne.
Messrs. Mel Butts and S. L. Hinton
have opened un a plumbing estab
lishmeut in Wade & Jackson's
stand, on North Main street. Mr
Butts is one of the best known citi
zens of Columbia and Mr. Hinton is
a practical plumber of fifteen years
exnerience. The Herald wishes
far them much success.
Prof. O. H. P. Bennett gives the
following rule to find a person's age,
which he says is the shortest ever
made; ask the person to put down
tne nuniDer oi tne montn in wnicn
he was born; multiply that by 100,
and add his age. The last two figures
in the answer will be his age, and
the first figure or figures will be the
the number of the month in which
he was born.
Hon. J. H. FuBseU's address, at
the Christian Church last Monday
nltHit. was listened to bv a large and
appreciative audience. In response
to the request ior all wno iavorea
prohibition of the liquor traffic to
rise, almost the entire audience rose
to their feet. W. L. Hooten will
probably go to Columbia in a few
days to accept a position in the shops
or uraig k risuer ai uitu piaue.
Marshall County Sentinel.
to Epal This???
NOW S TH a. TIME!
,1-, ..r l.nv
ill !o it!
'inm :itul Iodide
, ;( known as
Sixty-two pieces of Dress
Goods in Challies, Lawns,
Crepons, and Light Woolen
Dress Goods brought over
from last season; they then
sold at 10c, 20c, 25c, 35c, and
50c. We now offer you the en
tire lot at
5c, 7 l-2c and 10c.
No such values have ever
been offered before. Be in a
hurry if you want a chance at
as there will be no more at
these prices when this lot is
And while you are here we will
remind you to look at our new
a revelation in new ideas
and low prices.
I'lii-lty ln- IHimil. " "
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Cnnruins Siir-iit'i " '
(Inck, Poke U""t.. 'I'
of Potash. nM "r 1 '
possessing n .... . ,
for diseases arisnm i nn i-y - ; ..
system, am iM" "-'' t'lis
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liauil l ii 1 " ' .roil.
i.urtiiiL-now M'.. in '' ' ""'.v. V " f" ,
builder, ',is in.ili..iu cui'ii.t ti ex
celled.- !'i'i-xtrn nri "i m-i-. ...p
Hie drug Unit enter nim u.e ''""'I
( i K UN W A Y'S S A H SA l'A 1! 1 1
the best that inonoy -nn biiv. It '"""""J
in our hon-ie l.v th Lest inetlioil know n
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nielli! t for all iliie:ir.eH of tin
and 1 iv Kit.
f MAMMA I
MAKKrt l;8 VBK
, TOOTH WASH.
ImDorted Hats. French Patterns and
pretty tntngs ior ine easier iraue,
WE WILL HAVE LIGHT.
JfcfX?Z2Swy& Thursday. Friday and Saturday,
li.L. A U . n I ...
Wiui vue inn I O unit 0
HrniL i, l aim o.
The ladies are cordially invited to call.
Miss Nellie Carroll.
Sidnev Cameron, who has been
visitlmrhis parents here, returned
i ui,afflai.i Aln . lYfondav.
Frank Wilbur returned to Nash
ville Tuesday, after a visit of several
ranntha tnrelntlTpn here.
T.nnrettn. Burch returned, to
Vnahville this week.
ni.o Ktr.nnav nf Nashville., was
j una. A, vjv ty , - - -
variii Hfivs this week working
in operator Milam's place, who was
Charley Kidd, who has been a
....nKn,an ttr aavorrtl montllS. left
f.r. Mnalwille this week to take
a position on the maih line.
'Tho hnnn ntt.nnhed to Mr. K. D
ptr' delivery wacon became
frightened last Tuesday, and ran
from Uth street to 12th, where he
came up airainst a telephone pole
and badly broke the wagon.
FOR SALE PF
Entrance through store of McKennon,
Anaeraon x t osier.
Snnnz Millinery Opening
Thfl rmpn Jnrr nf Rnrintr millinery
A H V vi''-.--- - r " .
heo-ftn in Columbia yesterday, and
...ill I ii at tnrnntrn rn-inv anu tu-
morrow. The Trade Talace and the
establishments of Mrs. H. F. Fariss
and Miss Nell e Carroll are re
splendent with the latest creations
Mlinrv. and are nerfect scenes
of loveliness. Each of these estab-
liainnontu pvtends ft cordial invita-
finnto the ladies to attend tneir
r.nanniT ami the HKKALit assures
tiiom thev will be fullv repaid for
Don't Forget This!
We are in receipt of a fresh ship
ment of those New Orleans mojasses
at 20c gal. Also fresh stock New
York seed potatoes at 00c bush. Also
a fresh stock garden seed. We have
the following seeds in bulk: Cucum-
ior nkra. rabhaire. rauaisn, ihub-
ir.A n.niDrmoinn. ciinrninne. luuuce.
l,niu,"tv...v...,- i .
hnnh henns. nole beans, all kinds
of Deas, sugar corn, early corn, etc.,
. in in ..u a he I. inn At
ntn V V LA W. I Ml'.. t 1.11 II 1UO - '
buckle, 4-X or Levering coffee for
1 .ix). Everything cneap at
WII1TK & DAIMWOOD'S.
Telephone U. North Main Htreet
Snlcidetl at Seventy.
Mr. W. 8. Cotton, 70 years
11-to-do and highly
titi.cii v -Kmit f.mrteen miles
at iuck iV'cV " , V: "Tt Sunday
one or ine u 'Vd for several
lion oi "i ,ar,af nracher. No
?e." nUV veri for the deed.
Killed nt Mt. Pleasant.
Andrew Shelton, (colored) an em-
i..QO of the Worth nirton phos
phate Mines, near Mt. Fleasant, was
LniaH tt hiln At work at the mines
MilW, ....w ---- .. ,,
last Monday morning, wnue aig-o-inir
nhosnhnte rock a larcre bank of
riirf. foil nn him. breakinir his neck
and killing him instantly.
rviinmenpincr Friday afternoon
April 2nd, I will sell at auction the
II. U. Cook's stock of
ICUII!"1 m - ...
stationary, wall paper, mourning,
.1- iimi nniit. a nnn i :,ni it. in.
ciu. - - : ... i niinu
April 2nd, and :3U a. m. ana a p. m. tn
April 3rd. Bale will be held in the 'W
store house between 8ol Uross and , -. '
D. Bogatzsky's. stores.
L. P. Paikiktt, Trustee.
Nxt Monday, being the first Mon
day in April, will be stock day in
Columbia, and, if the weather god
smiles upon us, there will be a large
number of fine animals here and a
bin crowd of people to see them.
Stock day never fails to excite a
trreat deal of interest among the
fanners and stock men of Maury
and surrounding counties.
A Yeietl Oueittlun Finally Settled SatU-
fartorlly to all Partle.
ffnr several months the lisrhtdues
tion has been disturbing our City
Fathers, the Columbia iilght uom-
and the neonle urenerally
Tho nnnnln were disturbed because
thev were in the dark. The iilght
rnmnanv was disturbed because
thev had lost their biirarest, it not
thoir host piistomer. and were seri
ously threatened with a very for-
midable competitor; anu tne
Fathers were UisturbeU because tne
T.iirht neonle wanted to raise on
-"r - i 1
As too often happens, the Light
Pummttten and the Liarht Company
m.t at lotrtrer heads early in the
O " w CO ' ,
action, and were not on very goou
triwiinir tHrms thereiirter.
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Tn im hank ft little in tne nisioi.y
of the case, may enable our readers
to more fully understand the whys
hernfurert of t he disagreement
T.aat venr the Liirht Company fur
nished the Corporation street lights
at $S5 per light, on a one-year con
tract: but when tnai time expuou
last December, the Company de
manded a five-year contract and a
hundred dollars per light, saying
thev had lost money for the last
twelve months. The Aldermen re
fused to see their raise, and then
the lights went out and the trouble
Bids were advertised ior, out none
of a satisfactory kind could be ob-
ta ned. The iilght uommitcee oi
the Hoard had a notion that they
could save money by issuing bonds
and building a light piant ior me
nitv tn own and onerate. . But many
nf the lartre tax pavers and best
business men thought they were
away off on their calculations, and
a hlir bifk airainst the oonns.
the Hekald as usual leading the
fight for the people against the bond
Finallv. through the mediations
f mutual friends, the OPOOSintr
tnmaa a'prp rpennp.ilod last r rlday
and a contract was agreed upon ; the
Light Company not oniy ananuou.
ing their raise, out iaiung nve ui
lar nor licrht from the old Contract
The present contract is to run one
voar. and ca is ror a iroou aim
efficient service, for w lignts at ?nu
per light, and a duplicate plant, to
nrnvirln acainst accidents. If any
nf the liu-hta are out during the
tiio-hr fnr lnnirer than two hours
aha l he considered as out an
nnd the comnanv shall be
docked for the night's pay. In short
. a I .11 lnt n.-.M
fnr iif.fr nr BPrvinR. nr iiieiiiuieiib en
vice, the Company will be docked
twice as much as they would receive
f.ir tha dnrnn number of hours.
The contract is very much better
fnr th oUv than to have issued
iifi.nm in bonds, and the Light Com
while thev sav thev will not
make any money, prefer this to
continual fight with the city.
To Our Friends:
Mr. M. J. Hickman, of Lvnnville.
and Miss Mattie Brents, of Elora,
Lincoln county, were united in mar
riage at the Guest House at an early
hour last Monday morning bv Rev.
James L. Voorhie8. The wedding
Is the romantic consummation of a
brief courtship, the contracting par
ties having known each other only
ahont ten davs before the marriage.
Miss Brents is the daughter of Dr.
Thns. Brents, of Elora. and a niece
to Rev. Jas. Brents, a prominent
minister of the Christian Church at
Lewisburg. Mr. Hickman is the
iunior member of the firm of J. C.
Hickman & Son, of Lynnville.
Cause of Defective
nor, tut a in mil- liiilirenient. do not
recommend or preprile hp often Hsthey
should, the tine of miitablp prepara
tions for the pure of children's teeth. If
a proper and agreeable preparation be
Kept constantly in uiu nurnciy, nm m
tle people would soon take a pleasure In
its use, merely ii u pimmum u
ppfppta. Thiw tlirmiL'h the apparent play
with thedeterKent, they are paving the
way to sound teein anu nemniy (tuning
besides keeping the secretions of the
oval cavity free from unhealthy con
tamination before entering the Ptom-
ach. We have been maKing ror severat
PEKRLKSS TOOTH WAJSII,
whitening to the teeth, healing to the
gums. Tooth HriiHhes in great profu
WOLDRIDOE & IRVINE,
We have this day formed a
partnership for the purpose of
doing a general grocery business.
In addition will carry a full line
of Field Seeds. We solicit a por
tion of your trade. Call and see
us in our newTjuarters. Respect
f nil v. Oeorire P. Frierson and
Wiley B. Embry, composing the
Frierson & Embry.
T.oeiit,ion. Oakes' Huildinc. corner Sth
and Mouth Main Streets.
Telephone No. 107.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Hold-ups are getting to be quite
frnnnt in Columbia. There was
one perpetrated lasirriuay cvnin6
oi,! na Hatnrrbiv evening. b'H the
ii. a m lr.. .l Ulil I nrlloa tt',.m ull nnLToeS and 110 OIK
1111. f! . I . 1,1 III LUII nilll 11L1HB X'l-H.l- IVC.UICT " v. v. - "O
or Tlinmat wore morrlnil near Tlnek was illilll'ed.
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C1 1 ..nnl-Xwrl.,. nflA.nAnn I In I 1 dV ailirilL 1II1U illlllbili'L '
VCOICIUUJ Cll fcCl IIUUI1, Will -
r " t J, ...i .ui...i.. i , i. .,...,, in.w.i will- has not vet been
account oi paientai oujHcinMi iv wub miuw.i ;,,,".. K.t-
a runaway match; the young couple apprehended, held up liourn Ami
taking advantage of the day of on the bridge ht ? rlday evening
Wyandotte eggs for sale; 15 for $1
J. A. Ml lAl ,
mar26 2t Carter's Creek, Tenn
100,000 Worth of Mule Soli! In This
County Kyery Tear.
Maurv is a great county, and in no
small measure is her greatness
attributable to that indispensable
domestic animal, the mule. It can
truthfully be said that mule-raising
nnr o-reatest industry. A very
year there are more than fJOO.OOO
worth of mules fed and sold in this
county, and this year the figures
will pass the $W0,000 mark. More
than 3,000 feeders have passed
through the stock-yards at Colum
bia this year, and, Deiore tne season
ends, there will be 4,01)0 feeders in
this county to be fed. Muie inter-
eats are looking up. and the mule
men are connaeni tnai una yvtxi
will be an unusually prosperous one.
rvd T V. S. Ridlev and son have
between 400 and 500 feeders on hand
Thn Maxwell. Crouch Mule Co-
sold a load of feeders to Mr. Loftin
Saturday, and a load to lien My
Tnim Harrow received a load of
feeders from Indiana Saturday, and
a load of mule colts from Indiana
Col. Ridley received a load of
feeders from St. Louis Wednesday.
Mr Handpox. of Louisville,
bought several cows here this week
and shipped them soum.
Shelton & Dalo's great annual com
bination sale will be held at South
Side Park next Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, April 6, B and i.
Any one who wants an extra nice
horse should attend this sale, as
there will be a large number of good
and fancy animals onereu.
r A V Rrnicn chinned A VOUIlg
1,11. . . .. . r
cow to Middlesboro, ky., Monday,
. . .ill''
that has recently maae a less oi
pound of butter in 7 days.
Tn Rhpltnn A, Dale's new catalogue
fnr their combination sale of horses
at Columbia in April, the entries
made by Lvnnville stock men com
pare creditably in number and
quality of horse flesh with any oth
ers. In the sale will be offered
thirty-five of the best horses to be
found. These are the property or
O. S. and W. C. Smith, McCloud &
Walker. J. P. Wagstaff, Root. Witt
and R. E. Blackburn. Giles County
"general surprises" with the hopes
nf earlv reconciliation. Mr. Mor
ton is an industrious young farmer
and trader of the 3rd district of this
ponntv and Miss Th weat one of Mouth
Columbia's best known and best
liked young ladies.
Yesterday morning at 7:30 o'clock,
In tlin Woo- ater'u omen. ip.V. W . It.
AfW Qiinr.il oalrl tht pnrtmnnv whleli
a 1 V lv. ...ivy.. LjivA . . . v, . - . , . . ......
united in marriage Mr. W. J. Brown
and Miss E. H. Erwin. The con
trading parties are both prominent
vnnncr nennlfl nf the Santa Fe neigh
borhood, and have many friends who
wish them iov and happiness on
their tour through life.
Still in the Fight,
and as an old friend of mine says,
we are "Johnnie on the spot." We
make the following prices for this
A strictly good package coffee at . 15c,
per package, roasted, and on up
tn ikp. aip. '2'ip. Son and 35c. per lb.
VtrannrutnH nnripflta OltC.
Evaporated peaches HViC.
iteisins, l.onaon jiayers '
isi ins conn iara i.mi,
1(5 lbs country lard l.Mt
All other groceries at proportion
ately low prices.
See us on millet seed. "See !"
W. E. McKEXXON
nf3.3(). Amis re-
auu i u' ' v ' . .
ported the robbery to the police au
thorities, and oilicers NichoN and
Voss went in search of Vnught and
arrested him. He was tried before
Judge Erwin Monday morning anu
bound over to the Circuit Court.
Vaugltt bears a bad reputation, aim
has served one term in ttie peniten
tiary for highway robbery.
The othet rormery was nut mi ine
Bigbyville pike near the r-wing
place, Saturday evening shortly af
ter dark, and Ebeii Kittrell and Cal
Partee. both employees of lir. Hor
ace Rainey, were the parties. Both
neKroes were given their wages oy
Mr. Rainev about I o ciocj, ivimni
receiving 1.7"). Kittrell says he
passed through tnvn, nnd started
home on the Blgby vine pikc. v neu
he reached the Evdng pluce Partee,
who had followed bun from .ir.
Itainev's, rushed up from heninu
him, and. at the point of a knife and
pistol, made the ota man give mm
his money. The authorities wero
informed of the robbery Monday,
and Partee was found and arrested..
The case was tried before Judge
Coleburn Tuesday, and Partee was
bound over to the Circuit Court.
( lover Hay Wanted.
We want ooo.ooo pounds of ct.oice-
Clover Hay. IiKonhaki) & ohs.
University of Virginia Graduates.
Oradnates of the University of
Virginia, in and near Columbia,
will mept In thn Bethell Hotel Par
lor at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning
April 13, to celebrate the ir4tl
anniversary of the birth of Thomas
Jpfferson. founder of the university.
Among the exercises will be the
readina-of naners that any of the
graduates may have prepared for
thp nppaainn. ahont Mr. Jefferson or
the University; short speeches,
reminiscences, resolutions on the
rtoath nf Oharles O. Nicholson. Esq..
etc. At the close of the business
meetlna-the graduates will dine to
gether at the Bethell. Among them
are Col. H. A. Brown, Dr. W. A
Smith. Cant. O. P. Straley. Messrs
Watkins L. Fleming. William S
Fleming, Lucius P. Brown, George
C. Brown, Percy Brown and Jesse
Tomlinson. If there are others they
will please make it known at once
to Dr. W. A. Smith, Columbia, Ten
nessee. The proceedings of this re
union will doubtless be printed in
the Columbia newspapers and in
the University of Virginia Bulletin
Similar celebrations will be held in
various Darts of the country, from
Maine to California.
Garwood's Sarsaparuia tor the blood
guaranteed to cure. a. a. kai.s.
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The daughters of the Confederacy
will meet to-mormw afternoon at :i
o'clock with the President, Mrs. n.
O. Dunnington. Business of im
portance will be transacted, and a
full attendance is rpquesieu.
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