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THE COLUMBIA IIE11ALD: FIUDAY, APRIL 23, 1897.
TRADE V PALACE.
We Receive New Goods Every Day.
Our Millinery Department
Is Replenished Daily "With New Kibbons, Flowers and Shapes.
New Veils! New Veils!
week with the family of Eld. V. X.
Murphv. near 1'lelhel.
Mr. VVilson, of Columbia, who has
been running a blacksmith shop at this
place, has moved to Sunny Side.
The little child of Mr. Bob Wilier
ford has been very low with pneumonia,
but, we are glad to say, is much better
at this time.
Mr. Tom Hill and family have re
turned to Stiversville. Mr. Hill has
been teaching school at Maple Grove.
Mr. Hose Moore Dad the misfortune to
pet his house and most of the contents
burned Monday nitrht. I hey saved one
bed hikI a trunk. We sympathize with
them in their loss.
Mr. Hruce, the distiller at the Kelley
distillery, got his house burned Sun
day. They saved a few things.
New Oxblood, Chocolate and
Black Oxfords, Coin and all new
toes just received for this sale.
Ladies' Skirts and Shirt "Waists.
Our . $1.50 Skirt is a beauty
Our $2.60 Skirt is worth, actual value, $:i.50.
We have them at P-W, ana fo.uu
To annreciate them vou must examine quality and make.
Bee our 40c, 60c, 65c. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.60 Shirt Waists,
Newest out. liig values.
A NEW DEPARTURE!
5c and 10c Tables.
ro not fail to examine
bargains on our
Values too numerous to mention.
New Silks for Sliirt Waists.
New Silks for Skirts.
Special sale of Table Linens and Towels.
Special sale of Lace Curtains.
Special sale of Window Shades
Don't forget to save your Tickets and get a
T. 0. PETRI, Proprietor.
fiRovKLAxn, April 19. Uev. Camp
bell, of Clifton, Tenn., occupied the
pulpit at Pleasant Mt. on Easter Sun
day, preaching a verv able sermon upon
the "Resurrection f Christ." At the
close of the sermon, Hev. Alexander, of
Olive Hill, Hardin county. administered
the Sacrament of the Lord s Supper.
Richland Presbytery convened at
Pleasant Mt., Wednesday, April 14, and
closed Saturday. J. H. Missell, of Co
lumbia, was made Moderator. Wed
nesday was given to Sunday-school
work. The introductory sermon was
preached by Hev. M. K. (iahard. Thurs
day was devoted to the Preshyterial
bus ness. Thursday -nitrht Kev. J. h.
Miller, representative of the Synod of
lennessee. cave a very interesting
lecture. Friday the ordination and
settinir anait for the holy ministry of
Kev. Porter. Kev. J. . Miner preaeneu
the ordination sermon and Dr. . V.
Mitchell delivered the charge. Friday
afternoon was for Christian Endeavor
work. Christian hndeavor, W. 1.
Dale: Prayer-meeting, Miss Beulah Mc
Cain; Lookout Committee, Miss May
Kelle Howell ; sunuay-senooi, w. n.
Romine; Information Committee, Prof.
Kobt. L. Harris: (iood LAterauire, Li. r.
Padirctt: Social Committee. Miss Jennie
Home. Friday nitrht the liscensing of
two voiina ministers, Kevs. Howard
and (jairtran. and the work of the
Ladies Auxiliary: Mrs. Provine pre
sided and Mrs. (iabard was secretary.
Two young ladies read papers on the
suhlect: little Miss r Iv recited a nice
Major a . M. uauoway is quite sick ai
Mrs. Mary Dillehay, who has been
mite sick with measles, is still very
Mr. Nat Tanner, who has !een very
sick, is some better at tins writing.
Wishing the iikhai.1) ami an a origin
future, 1 am the same, noisi.s
Misprints in the Bible.
In printing ditlerent editions of
the Bible many mistakes have been
made, some of them very ludicrous.
1 hese mistakes have given to the
books of that edition a distinctive
name, as for instance:
The Breeches Bible is so named
because it contains the phrase:
They sewed figge tree leaves to
gether, and made themselves
breeches.' Genesis ill ;T. Printed
The Bug Bible: "So that thou
shalt not nede to be afraid for any
Bugges by night, nor for the arrow
that flyeth by day." Psalms xcl;5.
Printed in lf(U.
The Treacle Bible: "Is there not
treacle in Gilead?" Jeremiah vlii ;22.
Printed in 1668.
The Rosin Bible, printed in 1009,
translates the same verse; "Is
there no rosin in Gilead?"
The Placemaker's Bible: "Blessed
are tne piacemaKers. iuattnew
v;9. lofil-2. ... :
The Vinegar JJible: "Tne para
ble of the Vinegar" appears instead
of "The Parable of the Vineyard,"
as a chapter heading to Luke xx in
an Oxford edition, published in 1717.
lire Ear-to-Ear Bible: "Who
hath ears to ear, let him hear."
Matthew xiii;43. 1810.
The Standing Fishes Bible: "And
it shall come to pass that the fishes
will stand upon it." Ezekiel r-H
The Discharge Bible:
chaige thee before God."
the Wife-Hater Bible:
man come to me and hate
father yea, and his
also," etc. Lukexiv;2
(Continued from Third Page.)
Citli.kok a, April 21. Uev. V. H .
Johnston, Mr. J. P. (Jraham, Misses
Jiena Covey, Brownie Tomlinson, Neely ;
Abernathy,' Lillian Love and Clabie ,
Taylor attended the Kpworth League
Conference at Pulaski. The four last
named young ladies remained in Pu-;
laski a few days with" Mrs. V. K.
Peebles. Culleoka was exceedingly for
tunate in procuring the Conference for I
herself hext year, and a warm welcome i
turned from Florida, where they
tli 6 winter
Mrs. Murriell and daughter
Janie, from Cornersville, are with
Murrieirs sister, Mrs. r. m. nan.
Master Herbert Swann has entered
school at Broadview.
Miss Annie McClinchey, after spend
ing a week with her aunt, Mrs. M. W.
Uratton, has returned to her home at
Col. J. W. S. Btdley's.
We are glad to note that Master
Luther Stockard has recovered auili
ciently from a serious illness to resume
his duties at Hay Long Seminary.
Several of our farmers have been
very unfortunate in losing their hogs
from cholera and eating sprouted burrs.
AILLA AMI EIjL,
will she five it
(Juite a number of our people attend
ed the Cumberland Presbytery at Pleas
ant Mount last Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, and report the services as ex
ceedingly pleasant and interesting,
Rev. W. H. Johnston pleached his
Easter sermon Sunday night, and by
those who heard him it is regarded as
a most excellent and powerful dis
course. Several young people heard the play
given at Campbell Station Friday night.
Spring cleaning doesn't apply simply
to the woman's department this week.
Kev. M. Ii. Kone and Mr. Joe L. Moore
are having their residences painted.
Mr. Kone has recently added rooms to
his house, and the new painting gives
that part of the town a greatly improved
Mr. W. H. Turner will close the term
of the public school Friday. He will
return again in the fa'l. He and his
assistant, Miss Higtit;wer, are mine ,
Donular as teachers and members of our i
little social world, and wo will miss
little social world, and wo will
them greatly during the vacation.
Miss Lout'ie Tomlinson is with Mrs.
W. B. Lunton at Franklin. I .., .1:'i,1 ,n n wi,n heard
Miss Jean Holman.ot Fayettevil'.e, is . ' "
with her aunt, Mrs. K. A. Wilkes. i s Whitaker tilled Bro.
Santa Fe. Mr. Kditor, we want to
Indorse vour editorial of last week in
which you give your objections to
issuing bonds to fund Maury County's
liirtnhtedness. There has gone up a
hue and cry all over the land against
issiiinir bonds in time of peace. Let us
mofit. our own obligations and not im
pose the present debt on the generation
vet to come. We hope when the ques
tion comes u n before our County Court
again that it will be given such an
overwhelming defeat that it will not bo
rPHiim'cteri iii vears to come. We do
not. think the magistrates of the lth
rlitftript, will favor issiiinir bonds at all.
On Siindav. the 11th inst.. Bro. Dale
filled his reirular appointment at the
C. P. Church. Atniirhtthe Kev. T. L
lfnn.lv. Pi-fisidimr F.lder of the Dickson
District, tilled Bro. Dale's pulpit, to the
edification of all. His subject was,
"The Sulliciency of the Gospel Net."
Pro. Owing preached a very able ser
mon last Sunday at the Methodist
Church on the "Resurrection of Christ,
Water Vai.i.ky, April IS. The
Alexander Kpworth League held an
interesting E'ister service at the church
to-day. We give the program, which is
Opening song "To the Work."
Scripture reading, b Jim Oakley.
Prayer, bv Shorter Johnson.
Honir "Tiiev Rolled Away the Stone"
Misses Kthel and N'obia Evans.
Recitation "Faster Bells" Koxie
Scripture reading John Blackburn.
Solo Mrs. J. P. Johnson.
Recitation "(iod's Angels" . . Lizzie
Song "Tidings of Joy."
Kssay Miss N'obia Evans.
Song "The Day Star Has Risen."
Recitation "The Master calls for lou"
Miss ! lorence Sowell.
Song "Spread the Tidings."
Recitation A Single iiean or vvneai"
Miss Novelean Houser.
Essay, bv Mr. A. H. Wall.
Duet Misses Novelean Houser and
Recitation "Easter in the White Hills"
Miss Ethel Evans.
Duet. Misses Florence Sowell and
Closing song "In the Resurrection
The exercises proved to be an entire
There was an interesting prayer ser
vice at the Methodist church this after
noon, conducted by Mr. John Kiniser.
There will be preaching at Alexander
on next Sunday at .'1 o'clock. Sunday-
school at 2 o'clock. Let all come out
and be on time.
The Sunday-school at the Methodist
Church will observe Children s Day
some time during May.
Two hne boys came to tne nome oi
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Alexander last
week, to gladden their home for an
indefinite length of time.
Mr. Oscar Nesbitt, of Mt. Pleasant,
was visiting in our village last week.
Miss Beulah Brattou visited relatives
at Williamsport last week.
Mr. James Evans continues to be in
very bad health. We trust he may
soon be well again.
As ever the same, Orkstra.
Rebekah's Camels Bible: "And
Rebekah arose and her camels."
Genesis xxiv.Ol. 182:$.
To Remain Bible: "Persecuted
him that was born after the spirit to
remain, even so it is now." Gala-
tians v;29. When this Bible was in
the press at Cambridge, the proof
reader, in doubt whether he should
remove a comma, applied to his
superior, who pencilled on the mar
gin the words, "To remain." This
reply was thus transferred to the
bodv of the text.
The Wicked Bible, printed in
London in 10,U, was so called be
cause the negation was omitted in
the seventh commandment, thus
placing an awful injunction on the
The Printers' Jiible makes David
pathetically complain that printers
(instead of princes) have persecuted
without a cause.
The He and She Bibles: From
the respective readings of Ruth iii :15,
one reading that "she went into the
citv," the other has it "he went."
The Thumb Bible, being one inch
square and half an inch thick, was
published in Aberdeen, 1870.
The Murderers' Bible, so called
from an error in Jude, verse
10, the word "murderers" being used
for "tnurniurers," 1801.
Wierix's Bible: The edition of
this Bible contains a plate by John
Wierix. renresenting the feast of
Dives, with Lazarus at his door. In
the rich man's banqueting room
there is a dwarf playing with a
monkey, to contribute to the merri
ment of the company, according to
the custom among people of rank in
the 16th century.
IS NOW READY. Each Department is equipped with the largest
and finest assortment of Spring Novelties that it ever was our
privilege to display. The latest and choicest of this season's pro
SUITS, HATS, CAPS, SlUKTS,
MECKWEAK, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, Ete.
Drop in sometime and look at our stock of Spring Clothing. You
will see at once what a big assortment of styles and patterns we
MEN'S SUITS range in price
BOYS' LONG PANT SUITS
$5.00 to $25.00 1
$5.00 to $I5.00
$1.25 to $ 7.00
All goods cheerfully shown whether you are ready to purchase
now or not.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains
UNCALLED FOR LETTEItS.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the post-omce, ior me ween
ending April 23, 1'J7.
Thompson, B J
Vanderbilt, O C M
Wee ins, M A & Co
Dodson, Mrs Jeff
Hancock, P S
parties callintr for the above
will ploase say advertised.
W. A. Howard. P.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mrs. Dan Garrett and little Browie
were at Mrs. Evans' last week.
Joe Rallanfant, Jr., is at home on a
Mrs. Early Moore, of Williamsport,
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II.
Wality Creek, April 21. Rev. W.
F. Powers rilled his regular appoint
ment at Porter's Sunday afternoon. He
will change his hour of worship from 3
p. m., toll a. ni., the tirst and third
Sundays in each mouth.
There will be Sacramental services at
Ebenezer the fourth Sunday. The pas
tor will be assisted by Rev. A. N. Stock
ard. Miss Mason, from West Tennessee,
ml Mm M V. Cahurrl nf McCains, met
with the ladies of the Ebenezer church !
this afternoon. Miss Mason delivered
a lecture. They then organized a mis
sionary society of eight members, with
Mrs. '1. M. Hall, President, Mrs. J. K.
Hall, Vice-President, Mis Bettie Fos
ter, Secretary, and Mrs. W. H. Swann,
Treasurer. The society will meet the
last Wednesday in each month at 3
o'clock p. m.
Severai from this neighborhood at
tended Presbytery at Pleasant Mount
Mrs. Jane Spencer, a very aged lady,
Is finite feeble at this writing.
Mra t W II..Mnn a itl H 1 nH IdnOSpd.
Ml Aria I'nlllani'a nmliv friends are !
glad to know she is very much im
proved, after a long illness.
Rev. tj. P. Howard and family, of
Numniertown, were with relatives here
the past week.
Mr. A. A. Morrow and daughter Miss
Rerta, and Mr. Robt. Morrow have re-
II ro. R. S.
i Owings' pulpit Sunday night. Subject,
"Soul, Take Thine Ease."
I Mrs. R. 1). Adkisson visited her
1 brother, A. C. Allen, and her daughter,
I Mary, at Hurricane last week.
Miss Minnie Stallings is visiting
. friends in and around Santa Fe.
Children's Day will be observed the
3rd Sunday in May at the Methodist
' thurcn. , , .
There was a committee appointed on
Sunday, April 11th, to confer with the
' people as to the advisability of having
an entertainment on the 2nd Saturday
in May, to be given by the Christian
Endeavor Society. The committee
, recommended that it lie deferred indefinitely.
Farmers are very busy preparing
their land to plant corn. Crops are
later than thev have been for years,
owing to the protracted rains. heat is
looking very well.
Mrs. S. W. Oalloway and Mrs. Una
Pig, we are sorry to report, are no bet
Mrs. C. A. W alters is improving siow-
Maim.k Mot'XT, April 20. A sick
mother has demanded our attention for
some length of time, and for this reason
Maple Mount lias not been represented
in the columns of the dear old Herald
for several weeks. Now, while oppor
tunity presents itself, we will make
amends for the past with a few brief
gleanings from this neighborhood.
Farmers are making hasto while the
A. J. Timmons intends putting up a
grist mill at Oodwin soon. So you see,
tiodwin continues on the route to pros
perity. "Honniedaro" is on a protracted visit
at Thompsons's Station, and is the
guest of Mrs. Dave Crofford.
Mr. R. B. Dougherty has gone North,
to be absent some time, on business.
Mrs. Dougherty and little Robert, Jr.,
are visitinir at T. (i. Huuhes'.
Ernest Timmons, from Nashville, is
at home, preparatory to entering up
on a medical courso.
Mrs. J. A. Timmons returned home
vpsterdav. accompanied bv Mrs. A. J.
Fly, of Nebo, who has been seriously
sick, but we are pleased to report is
convalescing, and nope she will soon be
entirely recovered. She will spend
some time with her daughters,
Mesdames A. J. and J. A. Timmons.
Mr. Zuecarella and family are making
preparations to leave our midst this
week, and will visit in Nashville for
some time. We regret to give them up
and hope they will return soon.
Sowell heirs to D. A. Akin, 234 acres
in 21st district, If 3,414.20.
ntpv Walker. Extr.. to Mrs. Sallie
Walker et al., 1050,' acres in 17tl
P. E. Cosby to C. L. lucent, 5
in '"iwl .liati'ict.. l.'Ui.
V. M. Uicketts to R. D. Ricketts, Int
erest in two lots in Mt. Pleasant, $1,000,
Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters,
No. 307 N. College Street,
HERE IS A
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ly but surely. , ,
Mrs. P. II. Ragsdale and daughter,
Mrs. Cook, of your city, were viitinp:
friends here, and Mr. E. N. V ol ard s
family on Leiper's Creek, last week.
The friends of Mrs. Dr. Hulme are
glad to hear that she is again able to
attend Sunday-school. She has always
been a verv euthui'hstic worker in the
Sunday-school and church whenever
able to attend. Truly, Veritas.
Stiversvillk. April 19. Farm work
is progressing nicely this pretty
Mrs. Marv West is spending this
'How many apples did
Adam eat on a certain
"One of course."
First Lawyer. "Eve 8 . (ate) and
Adam 2." total 10.
Second Lawyer. "Eve 8 and Adam
8." Total 16.
Third Lawyer. "Eve 8 and Adam
82." Total 0.
Fourth Lawyer. "Eve 81 and
Adam 812." Total 803.
Fifth Lawyer. "Eve 814 herself
and Adam 8124 himself." Total
Sixth Lawyer. "Eve 8142 know
how it tasted, and Adam 28.142 know
what it was like." Total 36,284.
Tennessee School Journal.
vals with pains
in the head,
hips and limbs.
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
mate9 menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
costs $ i.oo at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
For advice, in cases requiring
special direction, address, giv
ing symptom, "The Ladies
Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Mrt. ROZENA LEWIS. , .
of Otntiill. Ttxt, ttrt
Ml w troubled it monthly Intorvik
with Urrlblo oiln In my "ti bick,
but bit onUrolf rollovot bj Wlno
NEWEST STYLE SURREY.
For' spring of 1897 we offer you the finest line of vehicles
we have ever brought to Columbia. For fine and medium
work we know we can please you. We have in the
such up-to-date goods as the Evans Two Horse Corn Planter,
Monitor Cultivator, Imperial Disc and Smoothing Harrows,
Imperial Plows and Land Rollers.
We buy and sell field seeds and grain. Its a pleasure to
shoiv goods. Come and see us!
ISATTERFIELD & D0DS0N-