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THE COLUMBIA JIEKALD: Fill i) AY, MAY i8, 18J7.
RflONEY SAVING SALE
That Gladdens the Consumer's Heart, but
to our Competitors it lias a Different Effect.
Beginning Saturday and Continues
Yard wide Bea Island Domestic at
French Ginghams, former price 10c and
Linen Suitings, 12,'c and
Lace Stripe Linen, former price 15c and
Boys' Knee Pants
Best Sailor ever sold for
Two Spools of Thread, as good as Coats'
Lace Curtains (Special), per pair
Lace Curtains (Special), per pair
Big lot of Shirt Waists, former price 50c
"White Bell Crown Sailors
Just received new lot of
Best of ALL. Bargains on our Center
Counter. See them; extra good things.
NEW GOODS DECEIVED DAILY IX OUU EXTEN
SIVE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
New Ribbons and Veilings, New Flowers, New Belts, Etc.
See tie Latest
Wotit Clwlft ninnlrc W Honoiirol Bnve your tickets and
11CW IJIJlG UUOl HCOCiVCU. get one.
Warranted to keep time.
New Taffeta Silks for Shirt Waists, all colors.
(Continued from Third Pago.)
t'n.i.KOKA, May 24. Our people at
tended the District Conference at
Mooresville and enjoyed it. The dis
cussion of the various topics were (uite
interesting and instructive. The pleas
antries and witticisms, while refreshing,
did not fail to lie in keeping with the
subjects, llishop Wilson presided as
only a ISisliop can, with Uiet, easy
dignity, and a thorough acquaintance
with the duties devolving upon him.
His sermons on Fridav and .Saturday
we heard, and tiner, more logical and
deeply pious discourses we never lis
tened to. He preached again on Sun
day. 'l'he Conference sent out the following
ministers to preach at the neighboring
churches: Kev. A. C. Coney at the
Presbyterian church atCulleoka; Kev.
W. J." Stewart at Friendship Baptist
church; Kev. Hanson at Hear Creek
Cumberland Presbyterian church.
We were glad to see among the vis
itors our former pastor anil presiding
elder, Kev. W. C. Collier and Kev. J. F.
The dinner, served by those hos
pitable people of the Mooresville com
munity, beneath the shade of the trees
at Mr.'Fitz pal rick's magnificent spring,
were such as we never saw before.
Kubstantiala, abundant and well cooked,
sweet things of every delicious kind,
pickles, milk, coffee oh everything
good to eat! The dinner was surpassed
by only one tiling, and that was the
cordial, broad hospitality of the people
of Mooresville and its vicinity. The next
Conference will be held at l.ynnville.
Instead of the usual Children's Day
service, the Knndii v. school of the Meth
odist church will liave a song service
Sunday night week.
tiuite a number of our citizens have
had telephones put in their residences.
At night they sometimes connect the
w ires and the young people have very
en lovable musical concerts.
Mr. Jesse Tomlinson has accepted the
principalship of the McDowell school.
He will move his family to Columbia
before the opening of 'the fall term.
Tho' living several miles in the conn
try, theyareonsidered Culleokans, and
we regret to have such substantial peo
ple leave our town.
There was a show in town Saturday.
Hotli afternoon and evening perfor
mances were well attended. They say
the acting was very tine and that every
thing' was decent and in order.
Miss Sue Wilkes accompanied Mrs.
Kirbv llowlett on her trip to New York.
Thev will be irons about two weeks.
Mrs. Henderson and Miss Katie
visited relatives here last week and at
Messrs. Liles and Will Abernathy. of
(iiles Co., were here Sunday. Dr. Kus
sell Perry, of P.igbvville, came over
thatdav. We presume tho three came
on about tlie same kind of business, as
thev have been before and are coming
again to see certain young ladies.
The little baby at the parsonage has
gotten over his severe Illness, and is
growing bright and cheerful again.
Several of Mrs. Johnson's relatives
came down while the little one was ill.
Misses P.rownie Tomlinson and
Neely Abemathv returned Tuesday
from a gay visit to Misses Pearl and
Kuhv Campbell at Lvnnville.
Mr. Calvin Drown and Miss Brown
are visiting at C. S. Williamson's.
Mr. F. M. Stephens has been quite ill
and sent for his son, W. K.Stephens.
Mr. Stephens lived here a long time and
$1.00 Kid Glove is Warranted.
has many warm friends who hope that
ho will soon be well again.
Mr. Irvine Peebles, of Pulaski, has
been visiting friends and relatives here
Ho will go to San Antonio, June 10, to
try to regain his health.
Mr. Comer Wall came out from
Franklin last week on a hurried busi
ness trip. Says be will come on t
social visit soon. His friends are al
ways glad to see him.
Mrs. Mary Burke is reeoveiing from
a troublesome relapse of la grippe.
Hank of Columbia.
A ') per cent pro rata will be paid
to the creditors of the Hank of (Jo
lunibia on the 1st of June, 1H!)7.
may 7-28. A. Akin, Trustae
Biutton, May 2T. As "(iypsy Blair"
has left us a few items worthv of note
we again enter into your circle, timid
ly asking'for only a small space in you
There was a sacramental meeting at
Port Koyal last Saturday and Sunday
A large assemblage was present to par
take of the Lord s Supper.
Misses Jamison, Rodgers and Harri
are progressing nicely with their co
lection and hope to bo able to have the
organ by Children's Day.
Mesdames Josie Loehridge and Mattie
Holland visited the family of Mr. Sam
(ilenll last week.
MissOllie Dodson has returned home
after a several weeks stay with Kev
Hardin and wife, of Spring Hill.
There was no debate at (ireenwood
Saturday evening last, much to the di.
appointment of many.
Mr. Push Overton is with homefolks
again, after a stay of some time in (iiles
Mr. Selk, our now neighbor, will soon
have his dwelling completed and ready
for occupancy. We always welcome
him and his family in our midst.
The farmers in this vicinity are great
ly behind with their crops, owing to the
ate spring, hut the nrospects ror
wheat crop are better than they hav
been for many years. So cheer up, my
brothers, cheer up, and, though pros
peels for corn are poor, still ir we can
raise corn to feed, we can thrive awhile
on Hour. Ai.ma,
Garwood's Sarsapnrillii for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. n. uains
F.nox Ckkkk, May 2-"). Another week
has passed and I ani found at my post
of duty again, w riting up the happen
inirs of this vicinity for the IIkrai.d,
On last Saturday afternoon there was
preparatory service at Port Koyal con
Hncted hv the pastor and members at
that place, and on Sunday evening fol
lowinir the Lord's Supper was admin
The school at (ireenwood, conducted
by Miss Sue Kee Overton, will close
next Friday, the 2sth. Miss Overton
has given general satisfaction, both to
her patrons and pupils.
Mrs. Lou Spratt has been suffering
intensely for several weeks past with
rheumatism, but is better at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sharp are de
lighted over the arrival of a wee little
miss at their house.
Miss Kva E. Loiran. of Harneth. spent
from Wednesday until Saturday of last
week with Enoii Creek relatives.
Miss Mall Harris, of this place, was
the guest of her cousin, Miss Lucy Mi
Mahon. at Spring Hill, last week.
(iVPSY IS i. a I it.
u Mospto Ears.
Union, May 24. As I have seen noth
ing from this place in some time, I will
send in what few items I have withered.
Mr. Henry Young is quite sick witli
Mrs. Ktnma (iodwin, wo a'e
state, is no better.
Our two days' meeting closed yester
A Sunday-school will he ortrani.ed
hero next Sunday evening. Hope it
will he a success, for we need one at
this place very badly.
There were quite a number who at
tended the meeting vesterdav from
Santa Fe. Kev. H. J. VVhittaker,
Messrs. Jones Woody and Johnson
were among the number.
Mrs. Will Hlaser, from Southall, and
Mr. Jeff Climer and twodaughters were
the guests of Mr. Jim Nichols during
.miss iNiaua imiontson, n-om near
Water Valley, is visiting her sister Mrs.
l'he farmers are comnla'ninir of hard
ground. We had a light rain last night,
and I hope we will have more, as it is
needed on the farms.
The Death Vngel visited the home of
Mr. .an Skelley Satuiday night, and
claimed for its victim their little babe.
Weep not, dear friends, for the Lord
has said, "Suffer little children to come
unto me and forbid tliern not. for of
such is the kingdom of Heaven."
A gun accidental v went off in the
hands of Mr. John (iorlwin and the load
narrowly missed striking his head.
Farmers! Farmers! Farmers!
Bear in mind that we have had
made especially to order 30,000
wheat bags which we will furnish
you on most satisfactory terms. Do
not fail to see us before selling vottr
wheat. City Grain & Feed Co.
McCain's, May 2."). Writing is the
isible track of thoiight whereby it can
be identified and traced in all its swift
excursions of the past by recalling and
re-arimating past friendsand pleasures;
hence we nave retreated to our room.
and in the quietness of the still night
hours, with pen in hand, we are lotting
down our few culled items.
A halo of loneliness seems to surround
our little "villa" since the closing of the
school at this place. The exercises
were held Monday night and the
school closed a happy and well-spent
term. As Prof. Scott, in his impressive
and closing remarks said, the last days
of school were always sad. For days
and months the pupils and teachers are
constantly associated together, study
ing the character and disposition of one
another until the ties are those of one
big family : and when the last day of
school comes it is sad indeed to loin in
the sweet strains of "(iod Be When You
Till We Meet Again."
Mr. Jasper Home and family moved
hack to their lovely home at Broad
view Tuesday ; also Prof. Scott and sis
ters to their respective home. We re
gret losing them from our midst, but
hope, ere the summer roses have faded,
we shall have them back again in our
We are sorry to report Mr. Otis Trous
dale no better, but hope for him a
Messrs. win need and liircn, or
Pulaski, visited friends in our midst
last week and attended the entertain
ment Fridav night.
Miss Bessie Fly, of Concord, is visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Sam Yancey, at this
Kev. w. J. Willis left Tuesday for
Wayland Springs to visit his mother.
Mr. Robert Ncott has been sick for the
past week, but is improving at present.
Miss Daisy Kerr, one or lampneii
Station s accomplished young ladies
visited Miss Anna Kenned v last week
The Ladies' Missionary Society held
their usual monthly social meeting at
the parsonage Tuesday. A number of
ladies were prosent, and the day was
pleasantly and profitably spent.
School will open at this place again
the first Tuesday in August. Omkua
Wagon For Sale.
One horse wagon, in good condi
tion. Will sell for 10.
Coi.,. Mill & Elevator Co.
Telephone (50. It
Poland China Hogs Sale.
Mrs. W. (). Colfee will sell, either
on the public square or at Harlan's
stable, on Monday, June , about
thirty head of choice bred Poland
China hogs, all registered or
eligible to registration. These
hogs are the best strain of Poland
China to be had; being a part of the
family of Klever s Model, which
sold for $1,700. Anderson Model,
sold for $1,575. and Queen Klever
.'5rd, No. (SiiO'.H), tho dam of one of
these sows, sold for $1,2(10. The
others are of the family of Guy
Wilkes K., No. 3'J001 ; Tecumseh I).,
2(()5:i; Queen Tecumseh, 701)70; All
Seen. 1!773; World Beauty, (iOH'.rJ,
the famous show hog. Breeding
given of each hog. If yon want
some choice hogs, go to this sale.
Will sell six boars ; one a year old
that is very fine. Come and see this
stock and see what good ones This
stock was purchased of A. J. P.oston,
Orleans, III., and lie bought of Fid
Klever, Hadley & Hendrix, lllonm
ingburg, Ohio. may21-3t.
The executive committee of the
People's Party is hereby called to
meet in Columbia on the" first Mon
day in June to transact important
business. Let every true Populist
be sure to attend.
H. A. Brown, Chin.
I want to buy and am prepared
pay the highest market price.
may7 ot R. Holdi.nu,
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Daniel Holmes to K. P. Bumham, 4"
acres in lsth district, $ li".
J. B. Steele to Annie B. Bennett, et al.
lot in Columbia, $1 l"o.
John Podd to C. M. Murphy, acres
In 11th district. M.
J. T. Powell to T. J. Rea, lot in Colum
The Greenville Democrat, speak
ing of itself, says: "The old maids
cry for it, the lawyers lie for it, and
all honorable men pay for it. Why
not subscribe for it?"
A ;K NT" OCT KIT KUK.K. No onpltal
needed. One agent one day sold fifty Hicv
cles. Weekly suit' pay bin protlts. We
Tiik higti gnule Hii-vob'Hs low n '.-i.
Write quick exclusive territory. Ai.pink
t'vcLK l'o., Cincinnati, Ohio. may" is
Whvi na think
of tome ttlmple
tnta to patent 1
Protect yoor 1W: trier my bring you wrlih.
Write JOHN WtUPEhBl'RN ft CO.. Patent Attor-
I). Cfir their !.( prua offer
ot two iuDdrU Invention warned.
ATHENE I'M NOTES.
The commencement exercises will
take place next week, as follows:
To each and all of tlieui the public is
most cordially invited, thwonly price
of ad mission being good order and
On Tuesday evening, June 1st, the
annual concert will be given in the
Study Hall, beginning at 8:30 p. m.
In the Rectory parlors, from 10 a.
m. until 4 p. m , on Tuesday, June
1st. the art display will be open.
The graduating exercises will be
held in the Htudy Hall, on Wednes
day evening, Jiine 2nd. The pro
gram will commence promptly at
The Atheuroum club held its last
meeting with Miss Helen Smith,
on last Friday evening. Instead of
the usual order, a whist party was
called and the last moments of the
club flew all too fast for the happy
members. After refreshments, many
expressions of good-will were inter
changed, and it was agreed that the
parting should be "Au Revoir, but
not good bye."
During the commencement season,
quite a number of visitors will be
entertained at the . AthentiMim.
Among the patrons from a distance
will be Mr. T. L. Hollingsworth and
Mr. Heni. Worley. both of Texas.
Mrs. Rufus Hurkhardt, of Cincin
nati, is the guest of the Atnenii'uin.
"Miss Carrie" is one of the most
welcome visitors who comes, not
only to her numerous friends in the
school, but to those in the city who
remember her so pleasantly.
Miss Jennie McKenzie, of Leba
non, and Miss Sulser of Maysville,
Ky., will arrive on Tuesday to at
Miss Ressie Hurkhardt of Cincin
nati, is visiting Misses Fannie
Louise and Helen Smith.
Mrs. J. N. Chandler will arrive
Monday to be with he" daughter,
Mrs. L. T. Smith of Newport.
Tenn., will be with her daughters,
Misses Rowena and Eula Jones,
PROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE
I Supplies. Columbia Arsenal.
Columbia, Tenn.. May 14, 1K97.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received until 2 o'clock, p. m., June
14, 18117, for furnishing Cord, Lime,
Cement, Glass, Forage. Hardware,
Ruilding Materials, Fuel, Paints,
Oils, Tools, etc, during fiscal year
ending June 30, 1808. Information
furnished on application to Maj.
John E. Greer, Ord. Dept. mail
AXfJRY Kl'SH OF WATERS.
I. wees on the Kin Grande lireak anil
Caime Much Damage.
El Paso, Tex., May 25. At 1
o'clock this morning the Are alarm
sounded to arouse the people in the
lower part of the city and notify
them that the levee had broken, and
that the flood waters of the Rio
Grande were rushing like mad
spirits through the city. The river
had reached its highest point since
181)1. In a few minutes a large force
of men wero at work, trying to
check the angry rush of waters with
sacks filled with sand, but a second
break above backed up the water
on the workmen, and they had to
rsot less than 120 homes were
swept away and to-night several
hundred men are at worK on a new
Santa Fe, N. M., May 25. Rio
Grande flood waters have inundated
a part of the town of Socorro, in
cluding the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railroad yards, and scores
of farms and orchards are under
from two to three feet of water
l'he damage will be many thousands
of dollars to the fruit trees and crops.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Hurricane Iron and Mining Com
pany, held in Columbia, Tenn., on tho
'Id day of May, 1N!7, the following reso
lution whs unanimously adopted, to-wit
lit' it llesolvftl by the Board of Direc
tors of the Hurricane Iron and Mining
Company that a general meeting of the
stockholders of said company be called
to meet at llio'eloek. .v.. on Wednesday
.lime 150, 1 St 17, at tlieolliec of K. II. Hatch
er, in Columbia, Tennessee, for the pur
pose of liquidating and winding up the
affairs of the corporation, selling its
property, paying the debts of tho cor
poration and distributing the balance,
if any, of the assets of the company
ratably among the stockholders. And
also for the. purpose of supplying any
missing minutes of the meetings of the
stockholders and directors; and also for
the purpose of taking all such steps that
may he necessary to wind up and lioui
date the affairs of the company, sell its
property, pay the debts and distribute
the balance, if any, of the assets, and
deemed necessary or proper, to reach
these results, to employ counsel to take
such legal steps by proceedings in court
to accomplish the foregoing purposes
1 he Secretary or the company is di
reetedtogive notice to all the stock
holders that can be ascertained of the
time, place and purpose of said meet
ing and to make publication thereof for
thirty days in the Colu nbia Herald, a
newspaper published in Columbia
Tennessee. Let a copy of this resolu
tion accompany each notice given to
stockholders as well as accompany
such publication. aid resolution was
seconded by H. M. Polk and was unani
mously adopted. May 21st, 18i7.
A true copy.
inay21 4t A. X. AKIX, Secretary
kCl.KUK AND MA ST Kit's OPKIt'K,
;May lis, ib7.
Ella "Webster," Complainant, vs. Mat
in "T Welister, Potendmit. jj
It appearing from allidavit tiled in
this cause, that the defendant. Matt
Webster, is a non-resident of the State
It is therefore ordered that ho enter
his appearance herein, before or within
the lirst three days of the next term of
the Chancery Court, to be held at Co
lumbia, on the first Monday in October
next, 1!7, and plead, answer or demur
to Complainant's bill, or the same will
be taken for confessed as to him and
set for hearing ex parte; and that a
copy of this order be published for four
consecutive weeks in tho Columbia
A Copy Attest :
A. X. AKIX, Clerk .V" Master.
J. A. Siniser, Sol'r for Compl't.
Is Wise JUlone!
No Man Should Be So
Confident in His Own
Opinion As to Re
ject All Advice.
We intend those remarks to apply to the person who thinks
he can't get a stylish, up-to-date Suit unless he goes to the mer
chant tailor. In connection with the above, we want to 6ay
right here that a goodly number of the
clothes you see on the streets and admire so much are Suits
bought from us. Therefore be advised, and instead of going to
the merchant tailor and investing $:J0.00 for a Suit, come here
and get equally as good for about half the price.
Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters,
No. 307 N. College Street,
Between Union Street and Public Square,
HERE IS A
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.
'e buy and sell field seeds and grain. Its a pleasure to
show goods. Come and see us!
SATTERFIELD & D0D80N.