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THE COLUMBIA IIEKALD: JF1UDAY, JUNE 4, 181)7.
And You Can Do
liiisiness With Him.
We do this by Close
to Cost Margins..
With the advent of slimmer we
are ready to sell and lit you in
Strap (Slippers, Oxfords, and all
kinds of low cut shoes. Come
and see us and he convinced that
we are the rig lit place to buy
Strap Slippers, etc.
We cirry a great line of Men's
Rlaek. Chocolate, Oxblood and
Tan Shoes in all the new and
latest toes. Our $1.00 Oxford in
black and tan is open to compe
tition. Our line of Men's Straw Hats
are handsome, cheap and up-to-date
in every respect. See them
and you will buy.
Dr. M. P. Merrill,
Ofli'-e over Dr. Williamson's olliee, (iar
NITROUSOXIDK OAS Klllt l'AINT.KSS KX
TUAITION Oh' TKETII.
Office Horns S:0Oa. m. to :;.M p. m.
( All I.OAK.
W buy fruit. Jurs by tin' cur hul. our
prices me riwlit. Doiiiiins it Kwinu.
CabiiK't Organ for sale or trinle.
It Kiiank II. Smith.
A few khh bargains hi seeonil-hand road
winions; also one Hrxt-iiiiility. st'coiid-hnud
Huney, will be ready next week.
It ,1. 1. ttTKKKT & CO.
To be Kiven away tint Nicklo l'lnted Jr.
Hteel Hack's limine displayed in our win
dow. ( all at our store for particulars.
It lioiuitxs & KwiMi.
;uiul Flooring for cash.
FltANK II. SMll It.
G. W. KIEIH
liy an entirely new
process I a in enabled
to make an accurate tit. In most cases
without the use of Atrophia or any other
draw whatever. Permanently located at
Novelty Millinery More, Columbia, Teim.
I I KM) SKI'IIS.
German Millet. Hungarian. Sorghum
Seed, Field pens. ( 'til 1 on us for prices.
Jllllel 2o SATTKKKIEI.D it JlODSOX.
; and Flooring for cash.
FltANK 11. Smith.
Cabinet Hi'uan for sale or trade.
It l'KAK II. SMITH.
a;i:nts oi'tkit fkkk. KxcIusivp
territory. No capital needed. A new aitent
makes .n .i per day. City or country.
Proofs free. Ai. PINK Sakk Co. Cincinnati,
Ohio. may l.i-J une 4
Great Sale ai
The Bargain House.
We oiler for the next HO days
Men's all wool black worsted
suits, worth .i.'-O, for ..$").!)").
Finer ami heavier, worth sfll,
Men's all wool brown suits,
worth ifl'J.OO, for !f7.25.
Brown and gray mixed all
wool suits, worth $11, for.. . $8.2'.
Youths' and children's suits at
verv low prices
Men's slim s worth $2.Ht for $1.2.).
Men's good quality shoes, worth
.:i.oti, for ' if 1 ""
j.ndies' and children's shoes and
Oxfords at very low prices. Also a
new line of men's line dress shirts,
fancy and plain collars at very low
prices, ft will pay you to see our
Coliiuia Barpiii House,
junc4 3m South Main Street.
All peron indebted ml,, M. Alford. de
mised, are not I tied to settle with ine.and
those lui inn claim against his estiite nre
Giert bv uotitled to present them at mice to
J. K. Al.FORI).
Columbia and Maury County
Aglow With Them.
Exercises, Pretty (irls, Large
Crowds, and Everybody
Tlie l'iiiils of the Institute, Atlienii-iiiit,
I'ublic School and Other Mliool
Th rou Kb out the County are Now
Kiijoylng Happy Vaca
With commencement season there
always comes a mingled feeling of
regret and joy regret that the
pleasant associations of school-life
and the friendship existing between
teacher and pupil and among the
pupils themselves, should be brought
to an end, and joy for the happy an
ticipations of vacation days.
Columbia is aglow with such feel
ings just now, as all of her schools
have just gone thiough with their
closing exercises. The Athenieum,
Institute and Public schools all
closed this week, and the interest
which Columbians take in their in
stitutions of learning was shown by
the large crowds that attended all
The chapel of the Institute last
Monday evening was crowded with
an appreciative audience to hear
the closing recital of the session of
iiS'JY. ii)e tollowing program was
rendered, and the ability with
which the participants acquitted
themselves served to show the
thorough training which had been
given them during the year:
1. Meyer-llelmund Serenade, (Piano) .
. . .. .Misses lirainlette and Lockwood.
2. Loehr-r"Margarita,"(Soprano.) .Miss
i. Kubinstein-Kamennoi Ostrow, opto,
No. 22, (Piano.) ... . Miss Darroush.
4. (inmlicri "Kventide." (Mezzo.) Miss
Ehrman ; violiu ohligato, Miss K. Heed.
5. a. Rubinstein Komanza in K Hat,
(Piano.) b. tiodard 2nd Mazourka.
Miss M. Elliott.
6. a. Gaynor "And I," (Soprano.) b.
Meyer-llehnund Flirtation. Miss
1. Liszt I.iebestraum No. :i, (Piano.)
2. Thomas "K newest Thou The Land,"
Mignou Miss Patterson.
.'i. Chopin Polonaise, op. -in, (piano.)
. Miss Avdelott.
4. Lavello " Valse Rrilliant,"(2 Pianos.)
1st Piano, Miss Daniel; 2nd Piano,
5. Foot "The Professor's Dilema."
A Recital in Song and Verso by twelve
young ladies. The central musical
idea of the piece is Gounod's Sere
nade, "Sing, Smile and Slumber."
COM M E NC K M E NT EX E RCIS KS .
Wednesday morning, beginning
at 11 o'clock, the commencement
exercises were held in St. Peter's
Episcopal Church, and the program
was carried out in the following or
der: Processional hymn.
Address to graduates
by the Kev. P. A. Rodriguez.
Quintette, "Ulessed is ile Who Cometh
in the Name of the Lord."
Presentation of the Howies Medal
by the lit. Rev. II. N. Pierce.
Presentation of the Kwell Medal
by the Kev. U. II. Clare.
Presentation of the (Jailor Prize for
Essay by Mr. F. A. Shoup.
h,y the lit. Kev. II. N. Pierce.
The following young ladies com
posed the graduating class: Misses
P.ramlette, Staerker, Smith, Dar
rough, Williamson, Lockwood, Ehr
man, Aydelott, Lowe and Hooper.
The liaccaluureate sermon to the
graduating class was delivered by
Rev. George Hunter Clare, of Fay
etteville, at St, Peter's Episcopal
Church pumlay morning, ine dis
course was polished and forcible
and was attentively listened to by
a large audience. Bishop Tierce, of
The Most Important Item
of the first meal of the day is
cotlee. We have realized that suit
ing our customer s cotlee taste goes
far toward securing the bulk of their
grocery trade. We are more partic
ular about the quality and condi
tion of our coffee than we are about
the profit we make upon it.
This is the season for Ice Tea we
can please you in price and quality.
We have it from Hc to 1. 00 per n.
We are headquarters for fruit
jars; prices lower than ever.
Orders for Ice
left at the store or handed to the
drivers of our delivery wagons
will have prompt attention.
W. Gaile GroGBry Go
Don't Heilect tie BaMes!
As the weather becomes warm
your babies will begin to sulfer
more or less from bowel trou
bles. There is nothing else
you can give them (except the
attention of a physician) that
will relieve them and keep
their stomach and bowels in
pood condition as Alcorn's
Castrolina. It is pleasant to
take and absolutely harmless,
is very prevalent at this sea
son of the year, and the best
and quickest relief for it is to
take a bottleof Alcorn's Cele
ry and Kola Compound.
A HE YOU HAYING CHILLS I
Alcorn's Ciill Cure is guar
anteed to cure any case of chills
or money refunded.
Now is the time to treat rheu
matism, catarrh and all blood
troubles. Alcorn's Syrup of
lied Clover will put your blood
in good condition and relieve
If you are just getting up from
a spell of fever and need a good
tonic, you can get nothing that
will do you more good than
Alcorn's Elixir of Cod Liver
lions to us.
Don't forget that Hammar paint
only costs you $1.05 per gallon.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
Arkansas, afterward confirmed three
candidates and made a short ad
dress. The Atlienit-inn.
The annual concerts at the Athe
nicum are always highly entertain
ing and largely attended, and the
one this year was no exception to the
rule. At 8 o'clock Tuesday even
ing the Study Hall was filled to its
utmost capacity, and the following
program of vocal and instrumental
music was carried out:
1. Feramors A Rubenstein. a. Lich
ertanz der Kraeute von Kaschinir. h.
Kajaderentanz. Pianos Misses C,
(iant, C. Martin, A. Lockridge, M.
Rains, L. Anderson. (With orchestra.)
2. Vocal Trio, from "Mount of Olives."
Keethoven. (With harp obligator
Members of the vocal class.
3. Pilgrim's Chorus, from "Tannhauser."
Wagner. Violins Misses K. Will
iams, M. Webb, J. Sheego, V, Fehr,
M. Figuers. Mandolin Miss N.
Hollingsworth. Flute Miss W. Chil
dress. Piano Miss S. Childres. (As
sisted bv cornet, trombone, clarinet,
flute and contra basso.)
4. Chorus, from "Pre aux Clercs." Iler
old. 5. Piano Duet. Caprice Espagnole.
Moszkowski. Misses Kate Shields,
(!. Vocal Solo. "Mymphsand Fauns"
H.liem.berg. (With harp obligator
Miss Lillian Worley.
7. Overture. "Undine." Lortzinir.
(With orchestra.) Pianos Misses
Emma Wooten, Emma Jones, ..
Hollingsworth. S. Childress, W. Chil
8. Vocal Duet from "Don Pasquale."
Donizetti Miss M. Sheppard, Miss
9. School Chorus. "The Mountain
Sylph." Harnett. (Arranged by
Frank. II. Smith.
Wednesday evening, beginning at
half past 8 o'clock, the forty-fifth
annual commencement exercises of
the Athenajum were held in the
Study Hall, there being a large and
appreciative audience in attendance.
1 he musical part of the program
consisting of overtures, choruses und
vocal and instrumental selections
was well arranged and was pro
nounced excellent by everyone.
Miss Jean Dobbins, in a beautifully
impressive and most graceful man
ner, read the salutatory, and Miss
Sally Childress, in charming style
and clear sweet voice delivered the
valedictory, both papers rellecting
credit upon the young ladies and do
ing honor to their alma mater.
Something not on the program,
and which came as a pleasant sur
prise to some, was the awarding of
class prizes by Capt. Smith, which
were as follows:
Miss Olive Dobbins, for accom
plishing the work of two years in
Miss Virginia Thomas and Miss
Maggie May Terrill, for lady-like
deportment in the boarding family,
awarded by Miss Henderson.
Miss Aline Ledbetter, for prize in
class, awarded by Mrs. Smith.
Miss Olive Dobbins, for ladv-Iike
deportment in pestalozzian class,
awarded bv Mrs. Smith.
Master Walter Milam, for attend
ance, awarded by Mrs. Smith.
In giving little Miss Dobbins the
prize for accomplishing two year's
work in one, Capt. Smith told her
audience that then was the tune for
them to applaud, which everyone
Presentation of diplomas and cer
tificates of proficiency were made to
General Diplomas : Miss Sally
Childress, Miss Jean Adams Dob
bins, Miss Florence Rebecca Napier.
Special Diplomas in the School of
Mathematics: Miss Annie Alexan
der Fleming, Miss Mattie Frazer
I'EKTIKICATKS OK I'ROKK'I EXl'Y.
Miss Lena Oliver Anderson, har-i
Miss Sally Childress, Psychology,
History of Philosophy, English
Literature, Civil History, Grammar
Miss Jean Adams Dobbins. Gram
mar and Rhetoric, Civil History,
English Literature, Mathematics.
Miss Augusta Leslie Duncan.Gram
mar and Rhetoric, Civil History,
Miss Annie Frierson Evans, En
glish Literature, Civil History,
Miss Maggie Elise Ewing, Gram
mar and Rhetoric.
Miss Venetia Fehr, Phonography.
Miss Florence Amanda Lockridge,
Grammar and Rhetoric, Civil History.
Miss Florence Rebecca Napier,
Psychology, Civil History. Gram
mar and Rhetoric, Mathematics.
Miss Hallie Phillips, Civil His
tory. MUs Busan Childress Rncker,
Grammar and Rhetoric, Psychology,
Miss Margaret May Terrill, Mathe
matics. Robert William Smith, Grammar
Fourth Preparatory, Miss Clyde
McConnico Gant; Third Prepara
tory, MihS Annette Paxton Webb;
Hecond Preparatory, Master Nolan
Latta Gartner; First Preparatory,
Miss Ida Leonora Thomas; Fourth
Pestalozzian, Masters Horace
Milam and Conner James Tucker;
Third Pestalozzian, Miss Charlotte
Faris; Second Pestalozzian, Master
Raird McLemore; First Pesta
lozzian, Miss Tessie Rea Samuels;
The Kindergarten, Miss Martha
THE ART DISPLAY.
The Rectory parlor of the Athe
nieum last Tuesday, from 10 a. m.
until 4 p.m., presented a scene of
perfect loveliness, it being the time
and place for the annual art display.
The work of the pupils was seen and
admired by large numbers during
the day, and Miss Chandler, who
has this department in charge, was
given much credit for the excellent
training given her pupils, which
could be seen in every piece of work
displayed. Nearly all the pupils
had been under instruction for only
one year, out their productions in
many instances surpassed the work
of older hands.
The Public School.
Wednesday evening, long before
the time for commencing had
arrived, an immense throng gath
ered at the Opera House to witness
the closing exercises of the Public
School. "Prince Ferdinand and the
Enchanted Sword," an operetta in
four acts, was rendered, and was
thoroughly enjoyed by all. Follow
ing is the dramatis personae:
"Pkinok Fkrdinand" . Miss Addie
Princess lleleha ... . Miss Nell Yoest.
Cabalo, the Magician ... .Pake Riddle.
Hecate, the Witch ...Miss Mary Willie
Titania, Queen of Fairies . . . Miss Willie
Brownies, Wood Sprites, Flowers,
Fairies, Witches, Magicians, Shades
of the Past.
The Opera House has been the
scene of many Public School com
mencement exercises, but it can be
safely said that none have ever been
more enjoyed than the exercises
yesterday morning beginning at 10
o'clock. The following program
was carried out:
Prayer Kev. W. A. Provine.
Salutatory .. ..Miss Eugenia Mitchell.
Music on 'the Rappahannock
Miss Addie Sims Dennett.
The Borrowers . . .Seymour Samuels
The Story of the Bells .'. John Brown.
Essay, "The New Woman"
Miss Carrie Peters.
Mary, "Queen of Scots."
Miss Nell Yoest.
Award of Medals ...Dr. Hazel Padgett.
A Possum Story Oscar Church.
Address to Graduates Dr. 1). C. Kelley.
Award of IMplomas and Grammar
School Certilieates . By W. S. Fleming,
1'resirtent Board or Education.
Valedictory .. Miss Elizabeth Friel.
Song, "Our Toil is Done"
Benediction Key. F. B. Wobb.
The following pupils received the
highest averages in their respective
grades during the year: First
grade, Miss Nell Chatfln; second
grade, Miss Louise McClellan; third
grade, Miss Edna Brooks; fourth
grade, Miss Sarah Cochran; fifth
grade, Miss Myrtle Speed; sixth
grade, Miss Rachel Ashton; seventh
grade, Miss Mary Ashton; eighth
grade, Miss Mary W. Frierson;
junior class, Miss Ida Lipscomb;
middle class, Miss Addie Sims Ben
nett; senior class, Miss Elizabeth
The spring term of Bigbyville Aca
demy was closed last Friday, and
on the evening of the same day, be
ginning at So'clock, the Bigbyville
Dramatic Club presented their two
plays, "The Mouse Trap" and
Handy Andy. A number went
out from Columbia, and the large
audience was delighted with the en
Hay I.oii Seminary.
The commencement sermon will
be preached by Rev. R. S. Krown, of
Lvnnville, June (5. at 11 o clock.
Closing exercises Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, June 9 and 10, at
The Colored Srlio'il.
The second and third grade of
the Colored Public school held their
exercises in the colored school
building Wednesday morning, be
ginning at 10 o'clock, and yesterday
evening beginning at 8 o'clock, in
Oholston's hall, the first grade gave
their entertainment. The fourth,
fifth, sixth and seventh grades will
have their exercises at the same
place this morning at 10 o'clock, and
to-night at 8 o'clock the presenta
tion of certificates to the graduating
class will take place. The class this
year is composed of Luzinka Camp
bell, Ida Rell Sowell, Ressie Clag
gatte, Maggie Kelly und Henry
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
T)ROPOSAL8 FOR ORDNANCE
1 Supplies. Columbia Arsenal,
Columbia, Tenii., May 14, 1S07.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received until 2 o'clock, p. m., Jcxe
14, 1897, for furnishing Cord, Lime,
Cement, Glass, Forage. Hardware,
Ruilding Materials, Fuel, Paints,
Oils, Tools, etc, during fiscal year
ending June 30, 18!IS. Information
furnished on application to Maj.
John E. Gkeek, Ord. Dept. maji it
A ltuggy Wrecked.
Ry letting your tire get loose,
many good wheels are ruined; and
having them improperly set ruins
as many more. Rring your wheels
to Craig & Fisher, South Main
street, Columbia, and have them set
right. No old bolts used there.
This will interest you!1-
Lot No. 1.
We are closing out a line of La
dies' Sample Oxfords. Regular retail
price on these goods are from $l.f()
to $2.50 pair; they are in blacks and
tans, sizes in 2'.j, 3 and 3'j only, C
and D lasts. Our price while they
last $1.00 pair.
Lot No. 2.
Fifty pairs Ladies' Oxfords, in
black and tans, sizes 1xi and 3'sonly.
You can take your choice for 75c.
tip Oxfords, is
to 8i ....
Ladies' tan Oxfords, 3's to 8's. .
Ladies' patent tip strap sand
als, 2 to 7's
Ladies' patent tip dong. Ox
fords, 2 'a to 8's ..
Ask to see our Ladies' Oxford
we have the best one in Co
lumbia for the price.
Infant's dong. slippers 3's and
4's only 25c.
We have a nice line of infant's
strap sandals in black, tans
and oxblood, 2,' to C's 4(.)c.
Children's strap sandals, 5's
Children's strap sandals, bl'k
and tan, 8,4 to ll's
Infant's button shoes, 2's, 3's,
4's, per pair
We have a full line of boys'
shoes, all sizes and colors,
from T5c to $1.50 per pair.
Look through our stock before buy
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Bethell lilix'k, : IJOMJM HI A, TENN
k. of P. Decoration.
Sunday, June fith, has been select
ed by Phintias Lodge No. 37, K. of
P. for decorating the graves of dead
Knights. The members of the lodge
will meet in their Castle Hall at 4 p.
m., for the purpose of marching in
line to the cemetery. It is desired
that every member come provided
with flowers with which to decorate
the graves of the departed brothers.
After the customary ceremonies an
address will be delivered by Knight
Jas. A. Smiser, after which the
flowers will be scattered on the
i W. R. (5kkk.ni.aw,
Committee Kkkd Latta,
' O. P. Rutlkhmk.
W. L. Douirlas
Shoes because they
are the best.
For sale by
McKennon, Anderson & Foster.
And dp.ilrs in all kinds of Metalio,
Cloth and Wood Caskets and Cases,
Hurial Kobe, etc. Hodies embalmed
and prepared for shipment. Orders in
town or country promptly attended to
at all hours, day or night.
Elegant New Hearse
Office and Sample Room corner Sixth
C. H. A. GERDING&CO,
Union Street, - - NASHVILLE TEHN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
ICE CREAM, CAKES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Nashville call and get a good
lunch for l!0 cents.
Dr: IT. M. BIDDLK,
Olliee: Corner High and Eighth Streets.
Ollieo hours: 8 to lll-:i to 4.
est Seventh Street, Next to Methodist
Church, Cat iimhia, Tknn.
Ill work and perfect sutislaotion guaranteed
Clerk and Mastkk's Ofkick, )
May 28, 18i". j
Sallie Mayherry, Complainant, vs.
George Mayherry, Defendant.
It appearing from allidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendant, George
Mayherry, is a non-resident of the Stato
It is therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance herein, before or within
the first three days of the next term of
the Chancery Court, to be held at Colum
bia, on the first Monday in July next,
1KH7, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to him and set
for henring ex parte; and that a copy of
this order he published for four consec
utive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk ,v Master.
George W. Hayes, Sol'r for Conipl't.
Small Farm for Sale.
I have 290 acres of land in Law
rence County, which I will sell
cheap for cash. About 40 acres
of it is cleared, the balance is
well timbered. It is 4 miles
West of Wayne Station, good
spring and is situated on Crou
son Creek, Tenth District. For
further information call on or
Golumhia liarain House.
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The Style, Fit and Wear
could not be Improved for
Double the Price.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma
possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
make also $2.50 and $2.25 shoes for men, and
$Z.SU, and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L.
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-earners, policemen and others having
much walking to do.
We are constantly adding now ntylen to our
already lare variety, and there la no rea
son why you rannot lw suited, so iimiRt on
having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your
V,'e use only the hest Calf, Russia Calf
(all colors), French Patent Calf,
French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc.,
praded to correspond with prices
ui me Biioes.
If dealer cannot supply you,
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mast.
and careful driver. Orders
respectfully solicited. Charges
and Main Streets. Citizens' Telephone! J