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THE COLUMBIA ITKllALD: FRIDAY. MAY 28. 107.
THE GOOD TIME'S
Just Wait a Little Longer -Our
Recent Purchase at St. Louis
from the Fire Appraisers has
Keen Shinned, Is Now En
Koute and Will Ke Placed on
Sale on Arrival Some Money
Savin? for You Riffht Here
Watch and Wait !!
And don't forget we have every
day in t li week bargains, in order
to make room for our fire goods pur
chases. Saturday & Monday Next,
Ten (10) pieces all wool, double
width Dress Goods, plaids,
broken plaids and cheviot ef
fects, quite the th'ng for cen
tennial suits and skirts; late
purchase, considered good
value at 50c, but fortius sale,
Two hundred yards standard
Zephyr Uiiighams, dress
styles, the regular 10c kind,
hut for this sale
Two (2) Nos. Turkey Red Table
Linen, pure analino dye, fast
colors at 25 C
Fast Black Hosiery, Topsy
brand, regular make, seam
less, three pairs for
Many other good tilings from our
St. Louis purchase. And this is Viei
Kid, Coin Toes, C. K. Toes, warrant
ed to look 1. 25.
The Rhoe, hand-turned, razor toes,
ail widths, warranted to wear, $l.z.
We are the people on shoes. Shoes
are our forte. Don't forget us on
footwear, if its money value you're
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
CIKtl'IT COURT PROCEEDING!.
Juilire Patterson Call .Jury No. '4 Hark
The past week has been rather a
(iiiiet one in the Circuit Court, there
having beer, only three or four
cases disposed of. Attorney-Gen
eral Bovd is still sick at his home in
Waynesboro, and is yet unable to be
in attendance. Circuit Court Clerk
Embrv has also been quite ill this
week, and Deputy Wiley Embry has
been in charge of that -part of the
business during his absence.
Jury No. 2, which was discharged
bv Judge Patterson until Monday
on account of a lack of business and
for the sake of economy, was brought
back into service this week.
An adjournment was Laken Wed
nesday, and Judge Patterson attend
ed the Ewell Farm sale at Spriug
In the case of Ham Holding, ad
ministrator Priscilla Galloway (col
ored), vs. the L. & N. Railroad, a
judgment for $2r0 was rendered in
favor of nlaintilf. Priscilla (iallo-
wav was killed bv a train on the L
& N. road, and Mr. Holding brought
suit as administrator to recover
W. J. Johnson was given a hid
metit against T. C. Meadors & Co
andtlieL. & N. Railroad for $lb"
Plaintiff had a horse and wagon run
over bv the cars at Mt. Pleasant
The Vases of Mrs. M. M. Lansdown
vs. L. & N. R. R., and F. W. Evans
vs. N. C. & St. L. R. R. were contin
ued until t ho next term of court.
The cases against the Stone family,
Jlli.lS MeConathv. are set for next
The misdemeanor docket
taken up yesterday.
Wticre is Frieisoris ?
Xr.rl door to Post-njVcr
with a vnmplctc line o
New Spring Wall Paper, Hammocks,
Crooio t, JiooLxmid Station' ry.
Priees.iight. A. 1. l'KIKKSON.
The McDowell School.
We understand that Messrs. Latta,
P.urns and Figuers, School Commis
sioners for the itth Civil District of
this countv, have just closeii a con
fr,. with Mr. Jesse Tomlinson to
take charge of that school for th
nvt tun nmnllis. According to tl)
the contract Mr. Tomlin
son is to supply his own assistants,
nt,l lm resnon sible for the entir.
management of the school. The
iv,i;wi,,ii..rs have left the school
f, nml competent hand?
Mr. Tomlinson is a graduate of that
-..rti i t-ftuwid old institution, The
University of Virginia, and has had
.i-,.i,ive'nerienee as teacher and
iideiit of the public
schools for Maury county. w '
be his purpose we know to make tins
one of the vtry best schools ever 11.
the countv, and the Commission
ers have every confidence in m
abililv to do so. We have no doubt
that the arrangement will give gen
W. H. Williams, of Lexington,
Ky., is here.
Miss Mary Black is visiting friends
Register V. R. McKennon was in
Nashville this week.
Mrs. Miles Cook is visiting her
parents in Nashville.
Mrs. Josh (. Railey of Memphis,
is visiting friends here.
Miss Porter Akin has returned
from a visit to Nashville.
Miss Relle Webb has gone to Tus-
cumbia, Ala., to visit friends.
Mrs. Emma James, of Louisville,
is visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. W.J. Dale was the guest of
relatives in Nashville this week.
If. Gross has returned from a visit
to his daughter in Huntsville, Ala.
Mr. W. P. Woldridge was visiting
his mother in Franklin this week.
Miss Ettie Jackson, of Cincinnati,
()., is visiting the Misses Lazarus.
Mrs. C. A. Parker has returned
from a visit to Nashville relatives.
Eugene Foster left Monday for a
two week's business trip to Flor
Mrs. T. C. Petri and little daugh
ter nm in ."Nashya e, attending me
Col. Will Polk of Columbia, Tenn
is in the city. .Mem puis omiuei-
Mrs. O. J. Bartlett, of Milwaukee
Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. n
L. Granlx ry.
Miss Elizabeth Rurkhardt, of Cin
rinnaii. is the guest of Miss rannie
Misses Virginia and Florence
Zuccarello, of Pulaski, are visiting
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Rrownlow am
children have gone to Springfield
Mo., to visit relatives.
Mm. Geo. Sarven and cliil
,irn nf Pulaski, are visiting Mr
and Mrs. A. J. Nichols.
Mr. Dr. H. A. Gant. of Water
Vi.ilpv. Miss., is the guest of her
brother Mr. Horace Rainey.
Mrs. J. L. Ruflin, of Columbia, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Pettus Obion Democrat.
Mr. C. I. Hood & Co., of Lowell,
Mass., the well-known Sarsaparuia
man, attended the Ewell tarm sale.
Miss Johnnie Hatcher, of tayette-
ville. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs
E. H. Hatcher, has returned home.
Mrs C. H. Rharn and two chil-
rptnrnpd from Nashville last
Saturday after a three weeks' visit.
Mis Emma Davis Smith, who
has been in Los Angeles, for several
months. Is exnected home in a few
Mra "V. O. Pearsall and little son
roMirnert to New Orleans friaay,
oftpr a visit to the family or uapi. J
Mrs. G. ft. M"uriel and little
daughter, of Jacksonville, ia., are
visiting Mrs. Murieis mower, olio.
8. A. Leonhard.
Mra. v.. D. Wilson and children,
who have been visiting at Mrs. Wil
son's old home at Oglesby. Tenn.,
are expected home to-morrow.
Mrs. H. I. Arnold left the nrst oi
this week for Memphis, where sue
will visit friends; rrom there sne win
go to Iowa before returning home.
Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Bertram re
turned yesterday to their home in
ii.wt-.nn. Mass.. after an extended
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ruttle.
m- t r. Pfitrl has gone North on
n lmaiiipss trio. His brother, Mr. v
r iotrl fif Nnshvil e. is staying hi
the Trade Palace during his absence
Misses Octa and Lura Hale, of
Murfreesboro, Mary Jlack oi
ivr iaciacitmi nnd Rebecca Ward ot
Vnahville. are guests of Miss rior-
Will and Miss Lizzie Shields and
their mother Mrs. E. J. Shields, of
Columbia, have been visiting rela
tives here. Lynnville Correspond
ent to Giles County Kecoru.
Will Howard and Jack Granbery
returned from Bingham's School, at
Ashville, N. C , last weeK, wan
lieutenant's straps on their
shoulders. Maury County boys are
always in the lead.
Miss Eugenia Clopton will leave
next Monday for Nashville, tor a si
,..o..i.-'a otuv. She wi 1 ooani who
Arra t?..pq on North Summer street
H..1. iiinnv I'n nm iia menus win
wait with impatience her return
M,.a v l Woldridge returned
liville Monday, where she
had gone Saturday to attend
Kings Daughters Convocation,
st.'ivpil over Sunday to hear
P.ottome lecture at
Mrs. Rufus Rurkhardt, of Cincin
nati, is a guest at the Athena-urn.
Commencement season at the Athe
nicum would always be a welcome
t me. f lor no ounr reason iiui ii iikh,
it always brings a visit nom
Now Is the Time
T.i .rt vonr Sore-hum rseeu, .umri
Seed, Hungarian Seed, Stock Peas,
ind W abash Corn. e are aiso neuu-
ouarters for liime. raris mt-t-u,
J 1 (l.iiw. t in
Land Plaster, auu cvn j unu m
field seed line. Also sugar-nouse
molasses of all grades, together wmi
i full stock ot iiesn groc-i i-. i-
fce of all grades. e are oiaivui
pecial run on good green coik h,
USt tllinK, 1 OS loi mm m. in.! .
J .. i ... ...ill ........ rurhr
us a call ami we v m nr.n ,... . .-
Respectfully, B .
Frierson & Embry.
T...1-!lion,0;,kes' lluiUling, corner Mh
nnd Smith Main Streets.
Telephone No. in".
Earlf Closing Hours.
We, the und. r-igned, agree to close
our business houses at i:l" V-
iSaturdaj's accepted), beginning
June let until September 1st. is.'. .
Maury lry Goods Co., McKennon,
Anderson & Foster, Trade Palace,
T. C. Petri; A. J. Mchois, J. nneu
thai, T. O. P.etts & Co.
and those expressive gestures
of approval which we notice
at our soda fountain, convince
us that our
S JUST RIGHT.-
It can hardly be otherwise
when our elforts to dispense the
finest beverages in town are
considered. Its a simple matter
too just plenty of ice for cool
ness and the finest fruit juices
for taste. Whole fruits for ices;
sliced peaches and pure Jersey
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
Georgia watermelons are on the
"Blackberry winter" paid us
another visit this week.
See our premium purchase tickets.
may28 2t W. J. Oakks.
Mrs. J. T. Williamson, we are
sorry to report, is seriously ill.
Circuit Court Clerk Embry has
been on the sick list tin week.
Nat Wilkes now has a position in
the Farmers' A; Meichants' Rank.
Henry Davis, from Carter's Creek,
is now behind the counter at Rains'
Fine fruits and lunch at Ruck s
fruit and lunch stand, South Main
Hope Rebeckah Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
has changed its time of meeting to
the second and fourth Friday nights
of each month.
Mr. John Rea and family have
moved from South Main street to
the residence on Sixth street for
merly occupied by C. E. McEwen.
Mr. S. P. Payne has had his mar
ble establishment newly painted and
it would repay anyone to take a look
at the statuary work in 'us yard
Read J. P. Street & Co's. special
ads for binder twine, machine oil,
1. ovine HiiikU Str-v Flow-urn l'lin th
That the South still loves to honor
her heroes that she yet feels a
tin-ill of nride to recall their deeds
of bravery was strikingly evinced
inat Kiitin'dav afternoon bv the large
number who went to Rose Hill
Cemoterv. and. with hands of rever
ent love," tenderly placed upon the
graves of the Confederate dead, gar-
huuls of choicest flowers.
a r :i n'plock in the afternoon the
veterans, together with a numoei m
ladies and a great many children
formed in line at the Hendley cor
ner on uaruen ana v esi oeienui
streets, and proceeded to the Ceme
tery, in buggies aim carriages.
When the procession arriveu ni tun
graveyard the veterans formed and
marched to the Confederate monu
ment, where they were received
with a solo bv Miss Lillian Rrooks,
"The Ronnie Rlue Flag," after
which Rev. W. A. Provine led in
prayer. Mr. Provine was followed
by Mr. M. R. Tomlinson, the Master
of Ceremonies, who made a 6hort
but interesting address. While the
children strewed the flowers on the
graves, "Auld Lang Syne" was
beautifully sung by Mrs. . a.
Fortrev. and Dr. Joe T. Jiernuou
.. . i r i i
anmr "Tentine- on ine oiu jttiui-
around " Miss Ressie Dale fob
lowed with the sweet, soul-stirring
atrnina of "Maryland. My Mary
land." The benediction was tnen
nronounced and the audience uis
perseel while a chorus of voices sang
"God Re With You Till We Meet
Mrs. Sue uray Dunningiou, x i em-
dent of the Daughters of the Con
federacy, had charge of tho pio
gram, and to her and her assistants
much credit is due for the success of
the occasion. The floral offerings
were beautiful and in the greatest
Fruit Jars! Fruit .lars!!
We are just in receipt of a half ear
load and will make you lower prices
llian nil v house in the citv. Don't for
get us on millet seed. We will sell you
17 lbs leaf lai d l.'
Seven lhs Arbuekle or 4-X coffee
Kigtit pounds good seed-tick coltee,
New fresh can tomatoes, per can .
New fresh oat Hakes, a packages..
New fresh sorghum, per gallon ..
(0c sugar-House molasses, per ai.
Caromel Syrup, per gauon
Ralph s, or ltaiiroad siuiu, per ran.
Three cans 4-ounee toot a snuii ... .
Bell Telephone 21. North Main Street
I pse! in Hie River.
John Adkisson, the plumber, start
ed to Spring Hill Wednesday in a
wagon, but the vehicle broke down
near Ashtou's mill, and he started
ImipIt to town in Ashton's delivery
wagon, which was heavily loaded
with meal. The driver attempted
to ford the river, and in so doing the
wagon was upset and Mr. Adkisson
and the driver were tnrown inw uie
water nnd the meal deposited on top
of them. The water was quite deep
Ht this nlnpe. hut the men after a
great deal of scrambling, managed
to get themselves and the mules and
wagon on terra nrina again;
meal was all lost.
Nobbv Hats for the Centennial
Short Rack Sailors, Trimmed Sailors
nnd the, new Rolero Turbans are the
n.imilnr hats. A complete line of
ribbons, flowers, etc.
M , Ni.i.i.ir, i liiiwi.i
Entrance through store of McKennon
Anderson v r osier.
lace leather, gum packing, endless
thresher belts, etc. It
Olllcer Voss will begin inspecting
the Fourth Ward Monday. 1-ourtii
Ward folks had better clean up be
fore he gets there.
Mr. T. J. Tucker has rented the
Rankin building on South Main
street near the square, and will open
m a grocery store about the nun oi
A carriage belonging to Mr. James
I. West, which was in good condi
tion and formerly cost if 1.500, sold at
auction on the square Monday for
$40. Newt Due was the purchaser.
If vou want to select from the
finest assortment of tobacco in town,
goto Ruck's fruit stand, S. Main
The King's Daughters will give
their annual picnic to the children
of the Industrial school to-morrow
in Mrs. N. R. Sheppard's grove, on
the Hampshire pike.
J.W7. Johimon, wh" has been
teaching at Roger Williams Uni
versity, Nashville, has returned
home for the summer vacation.
The "county pump" in the court
house hall has been finished, and
the thirsty countryman, when he
comes to town, can now drink pure
cistern water at his own sweet will.
The roof on Mr. Oeo. A. Dooley's
kitchen, on the Bigbyville pike,
caught fire last Saturday morning
and was damaged to the extent oi
about $25, which is covered by insurance.
A fine life size crayon and ink
portrait given with every $10 worth
bf goods. W.J.04KES. may28 2t
Albert Wingfleld, colored, while
at work on the sewer on South High
street Wednesday, was thrown into
the ditch by one of the large rocks
slipping, and had one of his arms
William Miller, a fourteen-year-old
negro boy preacher, of Memphis,
delivered a sermon on the square
Saturday, preaching from the text,
'Marvel not, ye must be -Dornea
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLemore
will break up housekeeping the first
of June, and will board with Mrs.
W. R. Dobbins. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Everett will move to the
house now occupied by Mr. Mc
Lemore. If you want something rich and
delicious and right up-to-date, go
down to Buck's and try one of his
cream phosphates out of that new
West fe Nichols, the undertakers.
have just purchased and received
an eleirant new rubber-tired hearse
and a fine pall-bearers wagon of the
latest and finest make. They are
now qualified and prepared to give
the very best service their business
Hie newlv appointed election com
missioners met and took the oath of
office last Monday, and organized
by electing Maj. Jno. T. William
son as chairman. The other two
commissioners are Marcus rankle
of Mt. Pleasant, and L. W. Black of
Shamberger & Co., have bought
nut, the Perfection Stave & Barrel
Co., near tho depot, and will manu
facture barrels and do a general pro
duce business. The firm will have
an office in Frierson & Embry s
store, and Mr. L. E. Callender,
formerly of Gallatin, will he manager.
Mr. E. R. Znccarello,who lives out
on the Santa Fe pike, brought the
first load of home-raised cabbage to
town last Friday. There were 115
heads in the load, and some of them
weighed as much as five and six
pounds. White & Daimwood pur
chased the entire lot and speedily
disposed of them to their customers.
EVERY PART m
was grandly active all last
week. Why not? No store
ever had greater induce
ments to activity. The care'
and judgement exercised in
selecting our stock i hearing
fruit. The varieties are such
as you would want, the pri
ces are less than you suspect,
unless you have kept track
of our recent doings.
Dry Goods Department,
Hat and Furnishing Department,
All are teeming with bright
fresh ideas, inviting in price
and quality. We appreciate
A ,i..V ''' J
Medicines to serve
their purpose must ontnin the right
drugs and nothing hut the right drugs,
and drugs can t he right at all unless
they are pure, frc'i, ami exact ly what
they're represented to he. Unless a
ilivsician can rely upon the remedy
employed, he cannot prescribe properly
lor 11 palient. rue presence u an nn-
uire drug in a medicine may nr in
lis calculations, and the patient is the
sufferer. Puritv Utlie sum total of drug
excellence, and purity is our motto.
WOLDHIIKJK IK VINE,
Continue to Have it
SOI Til COM MIU.V.
That mirth and youth are synony
mous terms was strikingly exem
plified at the resilience of M and
Mrs. R. Clu istly, on Twelfth street,
last Tuesday evening, when quite a
number of young people were most
enjoyably 'entertained for several
hours. Various parlor games and
social conversation were engaged In,
and at a late hour delightful refresh
ments were served.
Mr. I. M. Powell is in Nashville
visiting the Centennial.
Mrs. 'Moses MeClellan is quite sick
at her home on South High street.
Mr. John H. Thomas will leave for
Fayetteviile in a few days, where he
has accepted a position.
Bob Richardson, who has been
quite sick for several days, lias gone
to his home in La wreneebir g to re
cuperate. .Mrs. Martha Kstes and Misses
Tennie and Florence McKennon, af
ter a pleasant visit to their many
friends and rehtives in the Broad
view neighborhood since our last,
have returned homo.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. N.A.White died at the resi
dence of its parents in this city Fri
day, May 21, and was buried in Rose
Hill Cemetery Saturday. The young
parents have the deepest sympathy
of their friends.
Mrs. Mary E. Parrish died from
apoplexy at her home near Colum
bia last Saturday afternoon, May 22,
at the age of 00 years. The funeral
services were conducted at the resi
dence Sunday at 3 p. m. by Rev. A.
L. Davis, and the remains were in
terred in Rose Hill Cemetery. De
ceased was a member of the Baptist
church, and lived a consistent chris
tian life. She leaves surviving her
a husband, who has our deepest
After a long period of suffering,
Mrs. Mary Reeves departed this life
at her home on Tenth street, Thurs
day, May 20, in the (Wth year of her
age. The remains were interred at
Tiinmons Friday afternoon, tho fun
eral service being conducted at the
grave by Rev. . T. U-sery. Mrs.
Reeves leaves one daughter and a
large number of friends to mourn
From past experience we have
failed to realize any benefits from
the old custom of receiving grain on
deposit at our mills to be paid for in
the future at a given amount of its
products per bushel.
Therefore we are compelled to
iiKundiin tho old practice. We oiler
in tho future to receive wheat and
corn from our friends who wish to
deposit with us. Their grain at the
market price when received and pay
for the same in flour, bran and meal
at the wholesale price when taken
The above in no way will effect
the general rules of exchange. Will
be glad to serve you in mis way,
giving flour and meal in exchange
for grain immediately on delivery.
Columbia M Ei kvatouCo.
Ashton Rhus. may 21 4t
200,000 Husliels Wheat Wanted!
The Columbia Mill & Elevator
Co. want the above amount of new
wheat for delivery on board cars or
at their Elevator, for which they
will pay the highest market price.
Rill Abbott, colored, stole 57
pounds of hams from Mr. Petway
Howell, in tho Howell Bend neigh
borhood, last Saturday night, and
came to town Monday and sold the
stolen property to W. E. McKennon,
the West End groceryman. After
the negro had sold the meat and left
the store, Mr. McKennon suspicion
ed something was wrong, and
notified the police. Officer Voss
took the matter in hand and quickly
located and arrested the offender,
and upon investigation it was found
that the meat belonged to Mr.
Howell, who came to town and
swore out a warrant against Abbott.
When arraigned for trial before
Judge Erwin Tuesday morning,
Abbott plead guilty and was bound
over to the Circuit Court.
What a Postal Curd Will Do.
Tt will bring the lowest prices.
It will show the finest designs.
Tt will show where to buy.
It will save you money.
It will make. you proudof the work
you yet, if directed to
3 S. P. Pa ynk,
IJox 121. Columbia, Tenn.
MVK STOCK X0TKS.
De Molav Commandery
No. 3, of
will hold a stated
1 1neetit1g-.it K o'clock Tuesday night,
'June 1, in the Masonic Temple.
The Flectric Lights.
The Light Company have fitted
mi f.r teinniirai'v use a dynamo in
i if the Citv Grain & Feed t orn
panv's mills, near the depot, and ar
generating electricity for the arc
lights from that place. The plant at
the water works, which was badly
damaged by the blow-out last week,
will he fixed up in a few days, and
the incandescents will be turned on.
To The Farmers.
We have formed the Ivst connec
tions both at homo and abroad to
handle your wheat, and will be pro
pared to give you the highest mar
City Chain & I- eko Co.
II. Matthews Gordon to Miss Lena
J. t). Dockery to Miss L. E. Hood.
Oscar D. Freeman to Miss Nellie
when you want bacon,
lard.fi'our or anything
in the grocery line.
Are selling balance of
prunes we have on hand at 5c per lb.
A good soap made by Proctor & (Sam
ble, at 10 bars for 25c. If you are in
need of millet seed, stock peas or
sorghum it will pay you to see us.
tf W. E. MeKENNOX,
at J. M. Sheppard's old stand.
Lafayette Chapter Number 4 of
Royal Arch Masons will hold called
meetings Saturday afternoon next
nt 2 o'clock for work in the Past
Master's degree, and Monday night
at 8 o'clock for work in the Most
V.veellent Master's degree. The
place of meeting is in the Masonic
The Columbia Mill & Elevator
Co., are prepared to handle all the
wheat offered at harvest-time, for
which they expect to pay the high
est market price. Be certain to see
or telephone them. may2S 2t.
The Sans Souci Society will meet
to-night with Miss Willie Riddle.
Dr. Coffee's Residence Bnrncil.
The handsome brick residence be
longing to Dr. W. O. Coffee, situated
on the Nashville pike about two
miles from Columbia, caught fire
last Saturday afternoon about 2
o'clock and was totally destroyed.
The llames started in the upper
storv, but the manner in which they
originated is a mystery. Dr. Coffee
nnd his family wtro in Nashville at
the time, and no one but the ser
vants were at the house. All the
furniture in the lower story was
saved. Th house was insured for
3,00oand the furniture for l,t0.
The Embroidery Circle had a
delightful meeting this week with
Miss Fannie Louise Smith.
Miss Florence Farreli give a lawn
fete in honor ot her guests. .Misses
Lura and Octa Halo of Murfrees
boro, and Miss Mary Black of
Mississippi, at her home on the Mt.
Pleasant pike last Wednesday night.
The bouse and lawn were brilliantly
illuminated with various kinds of
lights, and the time was delight
fully whiled away in social conver
sation. At an appropriate hour re
freshments of a most enticing and
substantial nature were served.
About forty couples were in attend
ance, and all enjoyed themselves
abundantly and regretted whin the
hour of departure arrived.
Mr. L. B. Hughes lost a fine buggy
Vaughn it Alexander have made
the following shipments during the
nastweek: .tioaiis or lamns to Cin
cinnati, 2 loads of hous to.
ville, and 1 load of cattle to'
Messrs. ('lardy and inn,
Favette. Kv.. are here this
A Rngg Wrecked.
Ry letting your tiro get loose,
many good Wheels are ruined; ami
having them improperly set ruins
as many more, i.ring your wnms
to Craig .t Fisher, South Main
street, Col 11 111 hi 1 . and have them set
right. No old bolts used there.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. R. Rains.
Attciilion! Ex-ConlViienue Soldiers.
All Confederate sohlnrs are re
quested to meet with the Bivouac
on the first Monday in June at the
Court House in' Columbia, and
registertlieirnames.il' thv expect
to go to the reunion ut Nashville,
June -J2-2I. This will enable you to
get badges and have other atten
tions paid you while there.
.). L. Joxr.s, Chm.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
U v 1
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Crenm (' Tartar Towder. Free
fiom Ammonia, Alum cr .iy oihsraJulterant.
40 Years the Standard.