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THE COLUMBIA ITEHAID: FKIOAY. AVML lfi. ' !7.
EASTER OFFERINGS !
THE MAURY MI GOODS
ADD SHOE CO.
Jle cm hand to-day and Saturday
the finishing touch !
AST Kit ruchings and neckwear.
AS'l'KH kid gloves, white and
colors, "oc, 7"x', $1.
ASTKll white kid belts, 2.V.
ASTKIt shirt waists,. rne, 7f,e ,fc (iKc.
AfSTKK collars and cntTs, 1.1c, 9 ic
ASTKK tics, bows, scarfs and
'ASTER handkercheifs, embroid
ered daintily, 5c, 10c, 16c, 2c
ASTER oxfords, tans, browns and
chocolates, $1, $1.2.') and $l.iii.
ASTER straw hats for boys and
men ; the latest, of course.
ASTER empire fans, 3c to 1.
ASTER ribbons, every hue, shade
We are on deck with the largest as
sortment, latest styles, lowest prices.
Our eagle negligee $1 shirt is a hummer.
Our boys' and men's tan, russet and
chocolate footwear at prices to please.
On Saturday and Monday,
Our spread of good things on the centre
counter will catch the eye and un bur
den the pocket book for mighty little.
One case of nice shirting prints, 8)jc.
One case of spring dress prints, VAc.
one case of choice penangs, 3 inches
One bale of yard-wide penangs and
ducks (short lengths),5c.
One lot spring ginghams, the 10c and
10 pieces wash silks, 30 inche", spring
KhudinirH beauties thev are 2."e.
One lot silk and wool mixed challies,
30 inches dainties they are 2c.
The Maury Dry Goods
,nl Shoe Store.
C. C. Gross is in Chicago on busi
Mrs. A. C. Floyd returned to Chat
tanooga this week.
Miss Lottie Wilkins is visitinir
relatives in Franklin.
Mrs. A. P. Roberts is visiting rela
tives in Robert's Rend.
Mrs. C. A. Farriss is visiting Mrs.
W. (). Walker, in Nashville.
Miss Amy Wood has been visiting
friends in Nashville for several
Miss Dot Ewing, after a visit to
Nashville friends, ha returned
Capt. J. H. Fussell is in Lnw
reneeburg this week, attending
Dr. W. A. Smith returned Friday
from the old soldier's reunion at
Misses Pearl and Ruby Campbell,
of Lynnville, are visiting Columbia
Mrs. Mary Porter, of Nashville, is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. P. H. Ragsdale and Mrs. Fred
Cook spent last week with relatives
at Santa Fe.
Mrs. Harry Weil, of Huntsville,
Ala., is visiting her parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. H. Gross.
Mr. Charlie Porter and sister Miss
Ellen, of Nashville, are visiting
Miss Ainie Long, of Mt. Pleasant,
was the guest of Mrs. R. W.
Watkins this week.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Bertram, of
Boston, Mass., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Ruttle.
Miss Camille llerndon, after a
visit of several weeks in Washing
ton City, returned home last week.
Mrs. Hunter McDonald and baby,
of Nashville, were guests of Mrs.
Hattie Jones the first of the week.
Mr. Jos. P. Sykes, formerly of Co
lumbia but now of Memphis, was in
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uoiuniDia una weea visiting ins oiu
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Elam and
little daughter, of Springfield, Tenn
returned Tuesday after a visit to
Mrs. I. Cecil Andrews, after an
extended visit to Florida, has re
turned home, and is with relatives
in the Lipscomb neighborhood.
Clifford Hendley left Monday
mornimr for Chattanooga, where he
has accepted a position as business
manager of a vitascope company
Mrs. R. A. Shadden, in company
with her brother Mr. James lain
left this week for Sumpter, Oregon
to make that state her future home
Dr. W. A. Smith. Grand Visitor
for the Seventh Congressional Dis
trlct. was minirlinir with his friends
of Tannehill Chapter last Friday
night. Shelbyville Gazette.
Miss Susie Baker, of Columbia
came down last Friday to visit her
cousin Mrs. J. W. Alexander. Mrs
Sue Chaitln of Columbia has been
visitinir relatives in this city and
locality for two weeks or more
We Do Not
why some people will be induced
to buy mixed paints that are only
cUtimi'd to be composed wholly
of lead and zinc and pure linseed
oil. when this claim is only sup
ports! by the simple (.tatineiit
of the seiler and not sustained by
any fiiaridrc of purity nor
chemical aualvsis. Ask them if
they will do as Rains' do-s lie
stands ready to deposit in hank a
sullicieiit sum of money to pay
the cost of analysis by any first
class chemist 'whose analysis
fails to verify the absolute puri
ty of his piiint. Try them by
this test and see if they really
believe the paint they offer to
sell you is pure. The public has
been deceived too much and too
often on mixed paints. Our paint
costs you no more than other
dealer's ask you for adulterated
and short tnrasurr gallons.
Last Sunday was "Palm Sunday
Columbia District Conference
meets in Mooresville May 22 and 23.
Services at the Catholic Church
next Sunday morning at8:4.") o'clock,
by Rev. D. W. Ellord. All invited
The Columbia District Epworth
League Conference Is holding its
annual session at Pulaski to-day and
TJav. Mr. Truax preached at the
Christian church Sunday morning
and again in the evening in place of
Mr. Meacham, who was at Chapel
Ladies Union Prayer Meeting will
meet with Mrs. Voorhies this after
noon at 8 o'clock. Subject "Self
denial ;" Romans 12th chapter and
1st verse; Mrs. Martin, leader.
Theladieof the Woman's For
eign Missionary Society will hold
special services at the First Metho
dic Church Easter Sunday. The
sermon will bo at their request:
decorations and music as directed
Mr. Vrnnk Shoiin made an excel
lent, n ddress before the Westminis
ter League of the Second Preby-
terian Church last Sunday evening.
Thia T.enc-ne meets every Sunday
evening at 0 o'clock, and everybody
is cordially invited to attend.
The attendance upon the Men's
Vnntuinv Pmver-nieetinir. in the
room over the Maury National
Hank, continues to be (rood, and tin1
meetings are much enjoyed by those
cr.A Mpn rrom l ie country unu
other visitors to the town are cor
dially invited to attend these meet
St. IVter'n Alex. C. Killlieffer. Rector,
Services for next Sunday: "'Ihe
feast of the Resurrection" Easter
dav. The Holy Communion will be
rihr(itd at r o'clock ill the morn-
incr Mornimr nraver. Holy Com
Inn and sermon at 11 o'clock
Unth these services will be full
Sunday-school exercises for Easter
tide at 3 o'clock in tne aiternoon.
All are cordially invited to attend
Pretty things for KASTEH.
Vnhhtr Hats in the latest styles re
noivoH Pch dav. Special attention
11 orders in our work room
The swell things for the least money
at Ml NEI.L1K CARROLL'S.
v nt run cp throuch store of McKennon
Anderson it Foster.
Alderman Frierson Resigns.
Aldprinnn J. H. Frierson. of the
Fourth Ward, last Monday sent in a
letter of resignation to Mayor
Xiphnla No other cause was
assigned for his action than that he
thought it was justice to the city
anii Hntv towards himself, the
Hntlpa of the office conflicting with
liia hnsiness duties. An election to
Ail hia vacancv will be held at the
next meeting of the Board.
We have an immense stock, all
new spring designs and at prices
we are selling it costs you very
little to paper a room. It csts
nothing to look at our new designs.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
THE COTTON MILL COM PAN V.
Stoiklw.hlf in Meet. Klect OfflcerH Hliil
Pi'clure a Dividend.
The annual meetinir of the stock
holders of the Columbia Cotton Mill
Company was held in the office
of the Company last Wednesday.
The statement of the condition
of the Company shows a fairly good
business for the past twelve montns.
The Company declared a six per
cent, dividend on its capital stock,
and the stockholders elected the fol
lowing directors: J. P. Street,
Meade Frierson, K. u. tsparrow, a.
B. Rains. J. M. Mayes, J. w. frier-
son, Vj. W. Gamble.
The directors then proceeded to
the election of officers for the en
suing year, with the following re
sult: J. P. Street, President, A. B.
Rains, Vice-President, R. O. Spar-
ow. Secretary and Treasurer, Meade
Frierson, General Manager.
SEEDS I SEEDS!
Clover. Red Top.
Millet. Orchard Grass.
Hungarian. Blue Grass.
Timothy. Stock Peas.
Oats, Black and White, etc
Everything in the seed line, to
gether with a full stock of Staple and
Frierson & Embry.
Location, Oakes' Building, corner sth
and South Main Streets.
Telephone No. 107.
On Easter Monday evening at 8
clock the vounir ladies of the In
stitute will clve a little play enti
tled, "Place aux Dames." entrance
fee 15 cents.
Tbe "Current Tonic Club" was
ized in Columbia last Friday,
with Mrs. JO. o. f owler as presiuent
and Miss Pearl Provine, secretary
The club will meet every other
Mmidav. the next meeting to ne
held at the Home or miss rroviue.
The Ladies Church Aid Society of
St. l'eter's church will irive a recep
Hon to the members of the parrisn
next Thursday evening, between the
hours of 5 and O ClOCK. at Hie resi
lience of Mrs. Worthineton, on nth
The Remenyi engagement at the
Opera House last Friday night was
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an artistic success, aim uensmru
the lovers of artistic music, lo
many of the audience Miss Parsons
the pianist, was quite as entertain'
inir as tne violinist, aim insi, uui
not. least of the attractive features
was the beaut ful soprano voice ot
Miss Flora Adler.
The "Band of Faith" was very
nieasantiv entertained last Saturday
iirt.prnoon dv nuss Alice ycbi, m
her home on Nortli uaraen street
About twenty of the members were
nresent. and nice refreshments were
F . . .1 111 1.. .1.1 1., n
served. 1 lie uanu win uuiu no uci
mpptinir with Miss Mary Ridley at
the home of her father, Col. J. W.8
House fur Kent.
lWfllinc for rent. 6 rooms, cistern
wntpr nn d warden. North Garden
street. Voss Bkos.
"Di.seu.sed nature oftentimes breaks
forth in strange eruptions."
William knew lots of things,
and we venture to say it was
in the gentle spring time that he
wrote the above expression,
knowinarfull well that it is at
that season that "diseased na
ture" asserts itself if not atten'
ded to. It is at this season that
many a person feels that they
are mentally and physically
overworked, and blame the las
situde and lack of nervous force
thev have, to "overwork," when
in reality the cause is that their
svstem is not in (rood condition
The brain and body can stand
an immense amouut of work
without tiring if the physical
condition is all right, and it
at this season especially, that
the physical condition needs the
assistance of those remedies that
restore natures equilibrium. The
best remedy for this condition Is
Everv bottle has a box of Gar
wood's Nerve and Liver Pills
and is the only guaranteed reme
dv before the public to-day for
all blood diseases. Fao simile
signature, "Garwood Medicine
Co." on every bottle. Have no
KAIXS, The Drui
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the Editor of
the Hkkald for tender expressions
of condolence in our afflictions,
through his columns; Drs. William
son and Voorhies for their services
in alleviating our sufferings, and the
kind friends who so untiringly
attended us during our long illness
and that of our five children, also
for their sympathy so lavishly ex
pressed for us in our great, grief for
the removal or our precious little
Robert from earth to heaven.
May no such clouds of sorrow ever
hover so near them, but may the
sunshine of happiness ever be their
portion In this life, then a home De
yond the skies in the life Eternal, is
the wish of
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nicholson.
Andrews, April 15, 1897.
2000 Hens For Sale Cheap.
Four for 1 cent. The best eating
hens on the market.
Kitfht pounds good green coffee $1.00.
For next Saturday and Monday only,
Arbuckle's, 4-X, Lion and Levering
coffee. 15c Per paekaire.
New Orleans molasses, 20c gallon,
line sugar-house molasses, .Ktc gallon.
New York seed potatoes, (iOc per bush.
Garden seed in bulk or papers.
Millet seed at lowest prices.
Two-ounce box snuff, 5c.
Kour-onee box snuff, 10c.
White-ash shingles $1.H5 per 1000.
Call and see us and be convinced we
are the men to trade with.
WHITK & 1AIMW001),
To-day i G od Friday.
Next Sunday is Easter.
E. D. Hunter has sold out
restaurant to Ben Lipscomb.
Mr. C. F. Dodson has treated
residence to a new coat of paint.
Twenty-six negroes were baptised
in the river last Sunday afternoon.
The street sprinkler was badly
needed last Monday before it got to
Judge A. M. Hughes, who has
been seriously ill, is able to be out
This is good Friday, a legal holi
day, and the banks and post-otllce
will he closed.
Mr. I). J. Dugger, of the McCains
neighborhood, is clerking at the
Mr: W. W. Cherry has been con
fined to his bed for the past week
with the grip.
Mrs. Will Edsall, who lias been
sick for the last three weeks, is
Mr. Cal Fielden lias been sick
with the grip for the past week, but
is now able to be out again.
Ti'CKKR Bros., South Main street,
are headquarters for country bacon,
ham and shoulders, cheap for cash.
Sheriff Stevenson, of Hickman
county, came up to Columbia this
week and returned with two prison
ers. The Shadden place, situated on
Cemetery Avenue, was sold last
Mondav to R. H. and Bailey Peyton
Mr. John A. Walker, who has
been sick for some time, has about
recovered and is able to resume his
The Board of Education have de
cided to have the commencement
exercises of the Public School at the
Opera House this year.
There will be a candy-pulling at
the South Columbia Methodist
Church next Thursday night for the
benefit of the parsonage fund.
Lafayette Chapter No. 4, Royal
Arch Masons, will have a called
meeting next Thursday night. April
for work In the Royal Arcn de
Mrs. John Latta, who has been
ill with pneumonia for several
weeks, is improving rapidly and her
many friends hope soon to see her
Ab Adkisson and John W. Fariss
have opened up a grocery store and
lumber supply business on the
Nashville pike, about 3 miles north
South-bound accommodation No.
5, Capt. Kidd's train, which arrives
now at 5:60 p. m., will, alter next
Sunday, be changed so as to arrive
about an hour later.
Chancery Court met in adjourned
session Monday, but took another
adjournment Tuesday and will re
convene next Monday. Nothing of
general interest has been transacted.
The corner stone for the colored
Baptist Church, in West Columbia.
which church was recently de
stroyed by Are, was laid last Satur
day with Masonic ceremonies.
The Maury County Medical Asso
ciation met in Dr. Hazsl Padgett's
office Tuesday morning. The sub
ject for discussion was "Eczema,"
and was led by vr. tsnedaan, oi
The Light Company are progress
inur rapidly in their wnrk of repair
ing their plant and lines and from
the present outlook we will not be
forced to grope the streets of Colum
bia in darkness longer than the first
of next month.
The first of next month the Ex
press office will be moved from its
present quarters to the vacant store
house on the Bethell House corner,
and Mr. Fisher is buying new office
furniture and preparing to fix up in
Harrison Fleming, who works for
the Water & Light Co., fell from an
electric light pole, 33 feet high, on
the corner of the square, last Satur
day, but fortunately received no
other injuries than a few slight
Jake Harlan, who has been con
fined to his bed four weeks with the
fever, was somewhat improved yes
terday, and his frienda hope soon to
see him well on the road to recovery.
A whale 65 feet long and 400 years
old was on exhibition in a car at the
depot last Friday and Saturday.
Jonah was left behind somewhere
on the road, and consequently the
swallowing act had to be dispensed
with at this place.
I have a number of fine monu
ments, tablet and headstones In
stock. These are modern and well
proportioned designs. Stock and
finish a number one. Call or write
for "cut throat" prices,
tf 8. P. Payne
Dr. J. H. Wilkes' horse ran away
with his busirv downNorth Garden
street last Monday afternoon. After
disposing of the negro driver who
luckily struck on his head, thereby
escaping harm and detaching him
self from the buggy 8t Houser's
hitch-yard, he ran a block or two
with the shafts before he was
brought to a stop. The only dam
age done was to the buggy.
Two comets are billed by astron
oniers to appear to terrestial ob
servers during the present spring
months, and if the scientiflo calcula
tions are correct the first of these
will show itself this month. It may
not aopear until May, but the lead
inir astronomers of the world are
THERE IS NOTHING
Slow in the
We are talking about our goods
and prices, and the manner in
h ich we have combined the
BEST witli the CHEAPEST.
Our bid for business is a com
bination of bargains from one
end of the stock to th other;
the HIGH GRADE and LOW
PRICE go together. Our stock
CARPETS AND MATTINGS
more complete than ever be
fore, olfers you tempting bar
gains in new and striking de
signs. Carpets are going up
under the new tariff, but we
are still selling at old prices.
We have an immense trade in
The great variety, handsome
styles and general excellence
of our SPRING CLOTHING
has attracted the attention of
well-dressed people, while our
reputation for LOW PRICES
insures the support of the eco
nomically inclined. You can
find no better stock of
than we are now showing. .
This Week's Extras.
193 pairs Ladies Shoes, 2' to i
only, at 1.(K)
lormer price $l.7.
Threo dozen large size corsets at 25c,
former price oOc and ioc.
All money savers. Investigate and
be convinced that we undersell
In every department.
NOW IS THE TIME!
,ln f I. IIV.
will do it!
I'llfil'y p... ml, Mi.'
V t i v im 1 1
:.i J. v..i-!;.i.!ii i'lM. S'lilinciii. !'
dark. Poke n.t.T.ir..U.im n-i.l In.lule
of l'(.t:.-b,ll cf "hi.-h known as
nnsscssini: the U-t curative properties
Tor diseases .irMnn fmm impure blood.
ItHlsnsthnnlHt.'s 'c i.i v 1:1;. the scwei
system, and thr-.u-h this ortran helps
i ,. ..it iniiiiii'K secretions, lin-
parting new life and ener-y. nn
eral strentrtheiiini: tonic -"';
builder, this medicine cuiuim
celled. We use extra cave in selecting
the drugs that enter into w.e n.,i.r.,i
, 1 .,.
the best that money can liny. uii '
in our house 1V the Desl iiicumu
to modern pharmacy, mid
mend it for all diseases oi
and i.ivku. . ,
our i" rietiMs.
WOLDlMlKJi: IK VINE,
LIVE NTM'K NOTES.
aureed that the time for its arrival
is near at hand, and elaborate
preparations have been made in all
the great observatories ror studying
While Mrs. C. A. Warfleld and
little grandchild were waiting in
their buggy in front of Anderson s
store, on the Pulaski pike, last Tues
day, their vehicle was struck by
Mrs. Dyer's buggy, coming up from
behind, and in some manner was
overturned. The horse became
frightened, but fortunately a num
ber of men were near, and what
might have been a serious accident
was averted. As it was, Mrs. War
fleld and the little child received
only slight injuries, and both vehi
cles escape damage.
To our Friends and Patrons: .
By special arrangement and con
tract with D. D. Spellman, of Spring
field, Ohio, we are able through our
represenative only, to furnish hold
ers of our Special Contract the beau
tiful new "Crystaltypes and Planti
nograph" at a reduced price as men
tioned in contract.
Our represenative will call on yon
with samples of work. Do not fail
to inspect same, and secure contract
to get work done at a reduced price,
as we positively will he unable to
make the pictures for less than $7
per dozen to any except holders of
this Special contract.
Secure them at once as tne oppor
tunity to do so may pass. Do not
ask for the contract at the studio, as
they are in the hands of D. D. Spell
man's (Special Agent), and cannot
be furnished except by agents
through him. Ttespt.
Fielden Bros., Photographers,
It Columbia, Tenn.
TMmr have been exceedingly
quiet in live stock circles this week.
The mule season is aooui ovn , nvi
trading in other stock has been quito
W.G. Harlan sold a line mare io
James Elam, of Springfield, lenn.,
Alexander & Vauglian stuppeu a
load of hogs tnd sheep to Louisville.
La Anderson shipped a load of
hogs and a mixed load of lambs and
hogs to Louisville.
Jethro Anderson shipped a load ot
hou s to Louisville.
The following shipments or
animals bought at Shelton & Dale's
sale, were made from the stock
yards the latter part of last week:
i. B. Woriuack, of Montgomery,
Ala., 1 load of horses; Adair &
Cromer, Unionfown, Ala., 1 load of
horses; L. O. hightfoot, of North
Carolina, 1 load horses; J.N. Watts,
of North Carolina. 1 load of horses;
Floy Bros., of Eufalia, Ala., 1 load
nf hnrao: John Hall, of Mont
gomery, 1 load ot horses; joe
Peacher, ot t'oiumuus, im iss., i man
of horses. ...
Copeland & Mitchell shipped u
load of mules and horses to Montgomery.
(Jarwood'sSarsapaniia ior tne blood.
guaranteed to cure. A. is.i4ains. .
Mr. Dallas Hntcheson died at his
home near Water Valley on Wed
nesday, April 7, after several
months' illness, in the 63rd year of
his age. The funeral services were
conducted at Goshen by his pastor,
Rev. N. B. Owings, after which he
was laid to rest in the cemetery at
that place. Mr. Hutcheson was one
of the best citizens of the county,
and was an honest christian man.
A wife and nine children survive
North Main Htreet.
The 'County Pump."
The county officials have con
ferred a great favor upon a long
suffering public by providing cool
wholesome water lu the court-house
where it can be easily reached by
the great number of country people
who crowd our streets on Saturdays
and Mondays. A pipe has been run
from the corporation cistern on the
square into the court-house hall,
where a pump has been placed, and
thirsty crowds, during the heated
summer days, can drink pure cistern
water at their own sweet will.
City Marshall Latta and Officers
Friel and Roberts arrested Walter
Green, of the firm of Dooley, Green
& Co., last Sunday, for selling in
toxicating liquors to a negro on the
Sabbath. When arraigned for trial
before Judge Erwin, Monday, he
was found guilty and a fine of $25
and costs was imposed.
A. J. Scott to Mrs. Eugenia Hay
wood. T. Ed Fox to Miss Hattie Slater.
Mr. Roht. Yoest, who lived on the
Noleiisville pike near Nashville,
died on Wednesday, April 7, aged
72 vears. Deceased was tne father
of Mr. E. Yoest, of this city.
Mrs. Dora Perry Scott, wife or .Mr.
fi. W. Scott, after a few days niness
from pneumonia, departed this life
at her residence on Ninth street last
Tuesday, April V.i. at 10 o ciock p.
m., in the 4t'.n yearoi nei ."
funeral services were conducted at
the residence Wednesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock bv Hev. W. J. lrierson,
and the remains were interred at
Recce's graveyard, near Aicains.
Mrs. Scott was a member of the
Second Presbyterian church, aim
was a consecrated christian woman
and a devoted wife and mother. She
leaves a husband and seven children.
Still in the Fight,
and as an old friend of mine says
we are "Johnnie on the spot." W
make the following prices for this
A strictly good package coffee at. . 15c,
per package, roasted, and on up
to ISc, 20c, i"c, 3oc and 3oC, per lb.
Kvaporatcil apricots OOc.
Kvaporatetl peaches tSC.
Rel8in, London Layers Otic.
19 lbs good lard fl.W.
16 lbs country lard $1.00.
All other groceries at proportion
ately low prices.
See us on millet seed. "See !"
tf W. E. McKENXOX
Columbia's merchants are "spread
ing" themselves on window dis
plays iust now, and their Easter
windows present scenes of perfect
"Miss Easter," the latest model of
fashion and beauty, can be seen in
McKennon, Anderson & rosters
window. Mie is a modest young
lady, but can stand the stare of the
most curious, iwucn credit is due
this firm, and Miss Nellie Carroll,
for their nice display.
The old hen and her chickens,
with Innumerable brilliantly hued
eirirs. are on exhibition at Messrs
Woldridge Irvine s and it would
repay anyone to take a peep at their
The Trade Palace has an elegant
display of Easter millinery, dress
goods, slippers, etc., which are truly
representative of the goods inside
their store. Their milinery depart
inent. in the rear of the store, is one
of the prettiest places in town, and
they can please the most critical
when it comes to trading.
Tbe Maury Dry Goods Company
are showing in their windows one of
the nnest lot oi spring shoes and
dress goods in town, and while our
friends are looking around for
Easter goods, they would do well to
inspect the nice things to be found
on the inside.
Rosenthal, as usual, has on exhibi
tion the "up-to-date line or men s
clothing and shoes, fine dress goods,
These are the merchants who
have made the most extensive dis
plays for Easter, but the others will
doubtless be "on deck" to-day or to
Denth I'ntm Morphine.
The little child of George Smith
(colored), who lives near Whites
Spring, died Tuesday irom me
effects of morphine. The child's
mother was brushing oir the mantle
piece, and accidentally let fall a
bottle or morpniue. mw uuu
picked up the bottle, and, before the
mother could interfere, had swal
lowed all of its contents. Medical
aid was summoned, hut to no avail,
and the child expired a short time
Maury County Horticultural Society.
The Maury County Horticultural
Society will meet at tbe telegraph
oftlce ou Friday morning next, the
2.'lrd iust., at 10 o'clock. Business of
imnortance will be transacted, and a
full attendance is desired.
A. F. Aydelott, Prest.
Highest Honors World' Fair.
Mrs. Dora Perry Scott died April
13, age 47 years, pneumonia.
G. M. D. Hutcherson died
age 53 years.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 Years the Stndr4.