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THE COLUMBIA HEUALD: FIUDAY. APRIL 23. 1S07.
M. D. g. Co.
For Your business in
New Wash Fairies.
Not an accumulation of yearn of
mistakes, such as aro often adver
tised in special sales, butcrisp, fresh,
bright new fabrics. Our second and
best lot now coining in; ri)l) yards
French Organdies, the roses on
which would almost put to the. blush
natures own ; you 11 guess these, at
Nlc, but we say k,5C
Five hundred yards LappiHt Muslins,
the very latest craze, exquisite
Taffeta Silks, changeable hues, rain
1 U ! ... 1 a:
uow nuimiiigs, as low us 7)C
Handsome Brocade Black Bilks and
Satins de Lyon.. ..g an(l )$c
SEE OUR SPECIALS .
The Shoe Offerings, First, Ladies'
Patent Leather and Vicl Kids, from
the best makers in America, all three
to four dollars a pair Krippendorf
makes them, Plant makes them,
Drew & Selby makes them, 5 dozen,
60 pairs, sizes 2 to G $1.08
Line Second Misses' and Child rens'
Vici Kids, best makes, all widths,
all sizes 9SC.
Get here early in the morning if
you would have first choice at La
dies' Novelty Suits, $5.00, $(5.00, $7.00
have been the price $2.50
will be the price for this sale.
Three lines of all Linen Towels at
about half price.
1000 yart,tf yard-wide Penang, you
have never seen them at less
than 10 cents, but b cents will do
us for this special sale; (the last
you'll see this season for less than
Many other good things on the
Bargain Tables. Come and seel
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
Two I.ixIkbk Elect New Oltlcern. A
1 tit liquet.
Last Friday night Washington
Encampment No. 2 of Odd Fellows,
elected and installed the following
officers for the ensuing term; V. A.
Smith, C. P.; H. L. White, 11. P.;
J. T. Dowell, S. W.; J. H. Dugger,
J. W.; Ben Lazarus, Scribe; Geo, H.
Alcorn, Treasurer; James Friel,
I)K MOLAY COMMANDKRY.
I)e Molay Commandery No. 3,
Knights Templar, ut their regular
meeting last week, elected and in
stalled the following officers; W. A
Smith, E. O.: II. G. Kvans, G- J
F. Wiley, J. G.; J. T. Williamson,
Prelate; A. O. McKennon, Record
er; H. P. Figuers, S. W.; John Law-
rie, J. W.; J. G. Williamson; Stand
ard Bearer; J. II. Wilkes, Sword
Bearer; Jfobt. Pillow, Treasurer;
II. B. Smith, Warder, and J. 11
Columbia Lodge No. 31, Free and
Accepted Masons, will have a called
meeting to-night for work in the
loitered Apprentice degree.
A Biu Banqukt.
Last night Lafayette Chapter No.
4, Koyal Arch Masons, had a called
meeting for work in the Royal Arcli
degree. A large number of visitors
were present from surrounding
towns, and an interesting meeting
was held : after which a long table
was spread with good things, and
the Masons whiled away some time
Pretty things for flASTElt.
Nobbv Hats in the latest styles re
ceived each day. Special attention
paid all orders in our work room
The swell things for the least money
at Ml NK1.1.1K CAliltOMS.
Entrance through store of McKennon,
Anderson x. roster.
Mr. Clark Tyntlall's Will.
The will of the late Clark Tyndall
was admitted to probate last Mon
dav. His wife, Mrs. Alice W. Tyn
dall, and son, Walter C. Tyndall,
were made executrix and executor
To his son Walter was bequeathed
two tracts of land situated east of
the road running from Hampshire
to Williamsport pike, known as tne
Martin tract and containing 145
acres: also another tract known as
the Dobbins place, containing 30
acres, and 80 acres of the home tract.
To his wife was bequeathed all
the household and kitchen furniture,
one-half of what remains, after his
debts have been paid, of all live
stock, rrons. provisions, monies and
notes (the balance to go to his son),
and 100 acres of land lying on the
western end or his rami; also.
during her life time, the balance of
the home tract, with all the duiiu
iugs and appurtenances thereon, at
her death to go to ntsson waiter.
Mr. R. K. Nichols of Lebanon
C. C. Gross has returned from
Dale Withersnoon. of Nashville, is
Mr. Perry Snell is in Florida this
week on business.
F. S. Woldridge, of New York,
was here this week.
Will Daniel, of Clarksville, is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. Jos. Towler.
Mrs. C. A. Faris returned Saturday
from a visit to Nashville.
Mrs. E. E. Erwlu left Tuesday for
a visit to her mother in Murfrees
boi'o. Mrs. O. S. Smith, of Lynnville,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 'Fry last
Andrew Dale attended the Gray
WiNon nuptials in Nashville, Wed
nesday. Major Jesse Harris of Washington
City, is visiting relatives in this
Miss Mamie Vantrot, of Wiscon
sin, is visiting the family of Mr. W.
M iss Lucy Kolb, of Princeton, Ind.,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A.
Mr.;W. C. Whittliorne has return
ed from a visit to his sister in Balti
Miss Eleanor Cox spent several
days with her parents at Pulaski
Mrs. H. B. Early and little son, of
Florida, are visiting her sister, Mrs.
II. L. Hendley.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilkinson of Binn
ing, Ala., are visiting their daugh
ter, Mrs. Worthington.
Mrs. Esther Shoup visited her
daughter, Mrs. Nichols, n Nash
ville, several days last week.
Mrs. Geo. Sedberry and daughter
Rebecca, of Nashville, spent several
days with relatives hore this week.
Misses Emma D. Grigsbv and Cor
nelia Jones leave to-day for a visit
to Miss Elizabeth Walker, at Frank
Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Smith and
Miss Francis Park, of Elkton, spent
the first of the week witli relatives
Miss Mary Saunders, of Nashville,
was tne guest ot Miss Cornelia
Jones several days during the past
Miss Shaub, stenographer at the
Athenaeum, was in Nashville this
week, standing a civil service ex
Miss Kittle Jones, of Mississippi,
formerly a pupil at the Columbia
Institute, is the guest or Miss Vir
Miss Alice Dixon is visiting her
sister Mrs. John Witherspoou in
JNashville, and will remain to see
the Centennial opening.
Miss Mary Hall Phillips, who is
making her homo with Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Warren in Nashville, was visi
ting friends here this week.
Miss Pearl Pettus has returned
from Columbia, Tenn., where she
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
L. Ruffln. Obion Democrat.
Mr. Will Ridley, went down
to Nashville Tuesday, where he
officiated as one of the groomsmen
at the Gray-Wilson wedding.
Mrs. W. K. Boardman and little
son returned toOwensboro, Ky., yes
terday, after a visit to Mrs. Jioaru
man's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. M.
Mrs. E. II. Hatcher, Mrs. Webb
Ridley, Jr., Mrs. W. P. Morgan and
Mrs. Robt. Pillow went to Nashville
Wednesday to attend the Gray-
Miss Virgie Boyd, of Columbia, is
a visitor to relatives in our town.
Mrs. J. W. Alexander is spending
the week with relatives at Colum
bia. Lynnville Reporter.
Misses Fentress, Alice Raughman.
Ora Nelson' and Lily Watkins, of
Ward's Seminary, Nashville, were
the guests of Misses Louise and
Eugene Dobbins for the Easter
holidays, from Saturday until Tues
day. Miss Mary Frierson, accompanied
by Misses Myrtle Skein, Clara
Beard and Annie Binkley, of Ward's
Seminary, Nashville, came out last
Friday and spent until Tuesday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. Ed. D. Wilson and two chil
dren, accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. M. A. Lovell, went to Kettle
Mills last Tuesday to visit Messrs.
Jim and Ernest Lovell and their
families. They will return to-morrow.
Oats, Black and White, etc.
Everything in the seed line, to
gether with a full stock of Staple and
Frierson & Embry.
Tiooation, Oakes' Huilding, corner Nth
and South Main Streets.
Telephone No. 107.
Hurt at Nashville.
Austin Voss, who went to work on
the bridge crew on the L. & N., rail
road last Monday, sustained a pain
ful although not dangerous injury
last Tuesday while at work on a
trestle north of Nashville. He,
with some other workmen, were en
gaged in moving some heavy timber,
when the log which they were
handling slipped in some manner
and a crow bar flew up and struck
him on the stomach. Officer W. A.
Voss, his father, went up Tuesday
night and brought him home Wed
Broke Her Arm.
Miss Hattie Jones, daughterof Mr.
and Mrs. Jno. L. Joqes, fell from a
horse lt Saturday, and broke her
n nn. is ie is ?etiiD? aionz very
' nicely at present, and her friends
nope to tee ner wen suuu.
Is Now in Full Mast,
fully equipped with the finest
beverages our money can buy.
Our menu this season is dis
tinctively fruity in Whole
Fruits, Crushed Fruits. Fruit
Juices, 'h'xhat(N, Ices, Coed
Cold and pure Jersey Jcr
Cream. Plenty of coolness in
every glass and then we have
no extras. Prompt, polite at
tention, and our endeavor is to
make you feel cool and com
fortable. RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
The Epworth League of the South
Columbia Methodist church will
have a sociable at the residence of
Mr. W. A. Quarterman next Tues
day night. An interesting program
has been prepared for the occasion,
and everybody is invited to attend.
Mr. Jno. H. Thomas has developed
into a full-fledged chicken sur
geon. For some time one of his
hens has been sick with a "torpid
craw" as he termed it everything
that went into that part of her phy
sique stopping and sticking there
until it seemed as large as a man's
fist. So last Saturday Mr. Thomas
caught the old hen, stretched her
out on his dissecting table, and soon
had her craw opened. He removed
the mass of accumulated food, clean
ed out her craw, and then sewed it
up with a ueedio and silk thread.
The old hen seemed to appreciate
the operation very much, and imme
diately went to eating corn. The
hen is still living and doing well,
and Mr. Thomas has hung out his
A "Diseased nature oftentimes breaks
If forth in strange eruptions."
1 William knew lots of things,
J and we venture to say it was
' in the gentle spring time that he
wrote the above expression,
knowing full 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
they have, to "overwork," when
in reality the cause is that their
system is not in good condition.
The brain and body can stand
an immense amount of work
without tiring if the physical
condition is all right, and it is
at tbis season especially, that
the physical condition needs the
assistance of those remedies that
restore natures equilibrium. Tne
best remedy for this condition is
Every bottle has a box of Gar
wood's Nerve and Liver Pills,
and is the only guaranteed reme
dy before the public to-day for
all blood diseases. Fae simile
signature, "Garwood Medicino
Co." on every bottle, ilavo no
KAIXS, The Druggist.
Dead Baby Found.
Last Tuesday evening a negro
man, while spading up the garden
of Mr. Dick Gant, on West Seventh,
unearthed a negro baby. City Mar
shall Latta was sent for, who put the
baby in a box and brought it to
town. Dr. Williams made an ex
amination, and pronounced that it
had been dead about a week. No
marks of violence were found on its
body, and from all indications the
death was caused by premature
birth. The authorities are at work
on the case, but a yet no clue has
been found as to the parentage of
Still in the Fight,
and as an old friend of mine says,
we are "Johnnie on the spot." We
make the tollowing prices for this
A strictly good package coffee at . 15c,
per package, roasted, and on up
to 18c, 3e, 25c, 30c and 35c, per lb.
Kvaporated apricots 0(tc.'
Evaporated peaches 8'-:,c.
Heisins, London Layers (Kic.
lit lbs good lard $1.00.
lti lbs country lard $1.00.
All other groceries at proportion
ately low prices.
Bee us on millet seed. "Seel"
tt W. E. McKENNON
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
The live stocK marnet nas Deen on
a stand-still this week, and very lit
tle trading has been transacted.
Botts & Matthis shipped two car
loads of hogs and cattle to the Lou
isville markets Saturday.
Alexander & Vaughan shipped a
load of hoes and cattle to Louisville.
Frank Dale purchased a flue pair
of geldings from the Watertown
stock sale, held at Watertown, Tenn.,
last week, for Messrs. Harlan Bros.
Mr. W. C. Aydelott has a sow that
has produced four litters ot pigs of
10, 12, 14 and 14 each, respectively,
making a total of 50.
Belle Boyd. the famous Rebel sov.
at the Opera House next Tuesday j
night. It '
iMr. w. l. Hayes has bought an
interest in the meat market of
Mrs. Mort Hodge, who has been
quite sick, threatened with pneu
monia, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Blair are the
happy parents of an eight-pound
daughter, who arrived last Tuesdav.
Miss Louell i Cook is seriously ill
with typhoid fever, at the residence
of her parents on South Main street.
We are glad to report that Jake
Harlan, who lias been dangerously
ill with the fever, is much improved.
Mrs. It. L. Porter, who has been
seriously ill for several weeks, has
recovered sufficienty to be able to
The famers have been taking ad
vantage of the pretty days to do
farm work, ami consequently the
streets of Columbia have been very
quiet this week.
Notice the change in the railroad
time-table this week. South-bound
accommodation No. 5, Capt. Kirid's
train, which has heretofore arrived
at 5:50 p. m., was changed last Mon
day so as to arrive at 0:50.
The store-house in the southeast
corner of the square, occupied by
Dr. R. Holding, was sold at auction
last Saturday by Sims Latta, admin
istrator, to Mrs. V. A. Hodge, wife
c.f Geo. D. Hodge, for $2,000.
Jeff Hood, who has been wanted
by the authorities here for several
months on the charge of gaming,
came back to Columbia several
days ago and gave himself up to
Sheriff Webb, and is now incar
cerated in jail, awaiting trial.
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. A. Sidney Page, who gradu
ated recently with first honors at
the University of Tennessee, has
located in Columbia and formed a
partnership with Dr. W. C. Shep
pard. As merit will always suc
ceed, this firm cannot fail of success.
H. Metz&Co., of Nashville, one
of the oldest and most reliable firms
in that city, have a card in this
issue, advertising their hats and
clothes. What you can't find in Co
lumbia and must go to Nashville for,
you will find in this line at Metz &
Co'?., and they will treat you right.
Tell thein where you are from, and
mention the Hebaid.
How Is This For Low Prices ?
Eight pounds good fjreen coffee.... $1.00.
Seven p'kgs Arbuckle or 4-X coffee 1.00.
(rood New Orleans molasses, per gal .20.
00c sugar-house molasses, per gal. .,'10.
17 lbs best leaf lard 1.00.
Fifteen cans of assorted can goods. 1.00.
Caromel Syrup, per gallon 25.
Seed 8weet Potatoes, per bushel.. .25.
N. Y. Irish potatoes, seed, per bush. .00.
We are just in receipt of a new lot of
garden seed in bulk .Okra, Watermelon,
Unions, Cucumber, Sanash, Parsnip,
Cantaloupe, Iieetj all of the above in
bulk and fresh.
White-ash shingles $1.85 per 1000.
Call and see if we don't please you in
prices and quality.
wm ru & D AiMwnon,
Telephone llfl. North Main Htreet.
Garwood's Sarsaparilia lor tne blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
Ladies Prayer-meeting this week
will be at Mrs. Adkisson'son Friday
afternoon at ii o'clock. Scripture
reference, Romans, 12th Chap. Mrs.
Lamar will lead.
An excursion train will leave here
Sunday morning at 0 o'clock, for
Franklin, to give all those who wish
to go, an opportunity to hear Sam
Jones. Returning the train will
leave Frankiu immediately after
the night service. Stops will be
made going and coming at all local
points between Columbia and
Franklin. Round trip tickets 75
Mr. J. P. Brownlow returned last
Wednesday from Shelby ville, where
he had been for two weeks assisting
Rev. G. W. Sherman in a revival
meeting being held at the Baptist
Church. Mr. Brownlow never tires
of good works, so W'ile in Shelby
ville he started a Men's noon-day
prayer service, like we are having
in Columbia, and which has already
borne such good fruits, in the way
of starting some in the way of a
new and better life, and strengthen
ing and reviving others who had
grown lukewarm in the cause.
Nothing, m the same length of time,
has done more to develop christian
character among men in this com
munity, than this noon-day service,
and we hope for like good results in
The whole numbe" of members of
the Christian Endeavor Societies is
2.8.'$0.74G. There are more than
An effort is being made among
the religious people of Columbia to
get Sam Jones here sometime soon.
Sam Jones besran his meeting in
Franklin last Sunday, and a number
of Columbia people have been near
To Franklin, Next Sunday, to Hear Sain
Will leave Columbia at 9 a. m.
Sunday, and will return Immediate
ly after the night service. Will stop
at all local points between Colum-
i Ultl AI1U riaUAilll. uni.n t xiin.
1 . ... . ,
class wnite excursion. io oojec
tiouable persons allowed. 75 cents
for round trip.
Owen & Thornton, Agents.
Fire on Cemetery Avenne.
The store-house belonging to Tay
lor Voss, on Cemetery Avenue, and
occupied by Wash Taylor as a gro
cery, caught fire last Tuesday night
about 10 o'clock and was burned to
the ground, with an adjoining cot
tage occupied by Mary Love (col
ored), and owned also by Mr. Voss.
Insurance to the amount of $:W0 was
carried on the grocery stock and
$350 on the buildings.
THERE IS NOTHING
Slow in the
We are talking about our goods
and juices, and the manner in
which wo have combined the
P.F.ST with the C1IKAPKST.
, . Our bid for business is a com
bination of bargains from one
end of the stock to th other;
the 11 Hill GRADK and LOW
PRICK go together. Our stock
CARPETS AN 9 MATTINGS
more complete than ever be
fore, ollYrs 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 4'
only, at '. $1.00
former price $1.75.
Three dozen large size corsets at 25c,
former price 50c and 75c.
All money savers. Investigate and
be convinced that we undersell
in every department.
Reception Musical, a very enjoya
ble entertainment, will be given by
the Chancil Circle of St. Peters
church next Tuesday evening, April
27th, at Madame Esteve 8 Studio,
corner of Seventh and DUnnlngton
streets. Hours from 3 to 6 in the
afternoon, and 7 to 10 in the evening
In addition to mut-ic, delicious re
freshments will be served. Admis
sion 25 cents.
Miss Linda Frierson entertained
the Embroidery Circle last Satur
day afternoon, complimentary to
her sister. Miss Mary Frierson, and
guests. Misses Skein, Beard and
Binkley, of Ward's Seminary,
Misses Louise and Sarah Sheegog
entertained list Monday evening at
their home on the Pulaski pike
Dancing was indulged in for a short
while and elegant refreshments w(re
Miss Virginia Carpenter enter
tained the Current Topic Club last
Monday. The Club will have their
next meeting with Misses Louise
and Gertrude Craik.
Last Tuesday evening, at the In
stitute, an Omar Khayyam Sym
posium was held under the able
management of Messrs. Ball and
Shoup. The object of the Sym
posium was to discuss the Persian
poem the "Rubalyot," especially in
regard to its effect on, and concor
dance with modern thought and
investigation. All of the speeches
were marked by great originalty,
and at the same time conservative
ness of opinion. The ceremonies
were conducted in true Grecian
style, and will long be remembered
on account of their beauty and in
structiveness. Those present were
Messrs. Ball, Shoup, Dexter, Moore,
Little, Smith and Akin.
Misses Louise and Gertr ude Craik
entertained the Embroidery Circle
in a most novel manner, Wednes
day afternoon of this weeR. All
about the parlor descriptive signs of
the names of books, were to be
found, and the guests were to de
cipher these. For illustration, a
quinine capsule by the side of a
lump of sugar, stood for "Bitter
Sweet;" and some writing, with two
flags above, meant "Under Two
Flags;" etc. It was quite an inter
esting study and was greatly en
joyed, after which refreshments
were served. Next Wednesday
afternoon Miss Greer will entertain
The post Lenten season was bril
liantly opened last evening by the
reception given by tha ladies of the
Aid Society of the Episcopal church
at the residence of Mrs. Thomas
Worthington, from five to eight in
the afternoon. The house, which is
specially well adapted to entertain
ments of this nature, was most ef
fectively decorated In green and
white. The delicate beauty of the
spring blossoms was accentuated by
the striking toiletes of the many
ladies present, who were most
graciously received by the hos
tess assisted by the members of
the Society. Delicious refresh
ments were served from the
dining-room, where the floral
arrangement was especially at
tractive. There were many guests
present, all of whom unite in
quite in keeping
which was perfect.
with the day,
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celled. Yi ii-ectrii eire in selectinn
the dnijy -that cuter into the composi
tion of " " "T3
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the best that money can
tin v. It is made
in our house bv the he.-t method Known
to modern pharmui'v . mnl we recom
mend it for "M li-"aes of the nl.oou
and i.lVKtt. Your Friends,
WOMMillMSK V IKVINK.
On SaMirdav evening last, at the
residence of the hrnles mother,
Mrs. F. .I. Ho'iian. on Hernando
street, Memphis, the prottv mar
riagp ceremony was said that linked
together the young lives of Miss
Mamie Homa'n and Mr. William
Barker, both of this city. The wed
ding was a very quiet affair, there
being only a few relatives and
friends in attendance. Immediate
ly after the ceremony the happy
pair left on a bridal tour to Birming
ham, Atlanta, New Orleans and
other Southern cities. Miss Homan
is a sister to Mrs. T. C. Petri, of this
city, and has made her homo with
her for the past year. She is pretty
and fascinating and deseivedly
popular. Mr. Barker is a so'i of Mr.
Isaac Barker, of this city, and an
affable, hustling young business
man. The Hkiuld wishes for them
a long life of health and prosperity.
William Barker, proprietor of the
Cinematoscope performance, which
is being given at the opera house
this week, is stopping at the Ross
rnore with his bride. He was mar
ried to Miss Homan, an exceedingly
pretty and vivacious young lady at
Memphis, Tenn.. last Saturday.
They will pass their honeymoon in
taking in the many historical and
other points of interest in and about
the city. Chattanooga News.
On Thursday of last week a num
ber of friends and relatives gathered
at the home of Miss Daisy Belle
Davis, near Neapolis, to witness her
marriage to Mr. Sam Nesbitt. Much
was their surprise, however, when
Rev. Mr. Nolan, who, as it was
thought, had been engaged to per
form the ceremony, announced that
the couple were already man and
wife, and simply wanted to surprise
their friends. The facts ii the case
are that Mr. Nesbitt and Miss Davis
were united in marriage on the 2nd
day of March, last, near the rairoad
crossing at Carter's Creek, by Rev.
W. T. Dale. The only witnesses to
the marriage were Messrs. John
Shannon and Mitch Butts and Miss
Annie Davis, who, at the desire of
the contracting parties, kept the
affair a profound secret. Both par
ties are well-known and respected.
The marriage of Miss lleba Wil
son anil Mr. John M. Gray. Jr., of
Nashville, was celebrated at Christ
Church in that city lat Wednesday
evening at 7 :'!) o'clock. Mr. Will
Ridley, of this county, was one of
the attendants, and Co! Ridley, to
gether with several other friends
from here, witnessed the ceremony.
Ladies' driving horse, very gentle.
It T. N. FlUFKKS.
WEST (OH .MIMA.
Mr. Ernest Wood was seriously
hurt at the pump factory ono day
last week. We hope the accident
will not prove to be so bad as re
ported, and that he will soon bo out
Miss Hattie Jones, daughter of
Mr. anil Mrs. John j. Jones, tell
from a horse Saturday and broke
Imr n rm V ileeolv rim-ret. the
accident and hope to see her out
Belle Boyd, the famous Confede
rate spy, will be at the Opera House
next Tuesday night, supported by a
specialty company. Her "story of
the glory of the men who wore the
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