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THE COLUMBIA HEItALD: FlUDAY. JUNE 4. 1SJ7.
Its Better Late
THERE'S LUCK IN LEISURE.
Those St. Louis Are goods are hero.
As soon tis we can get them checked,
marked of! and arranged, you may
iook out ior the crowd, hiring your
cash along nothing else but cash
will do for these
you 11 have to come in person to see
them. We can't describe it on pa
per. A few hints will do.
500 yards Donegal Linen Suiting,
genuine imported goods: Ely
Walker's city prices, 3"e ; our price,
(100 yards :(-! tich Penangs, very best
patterns, regular ivory finish; Ely
Walker's city prices l'i'.ic. Our
price. 7 'at'.
'JoO yards Taffeta Silks, broken plaid
and figured effects; just right for
suits, waists or skirts, very little
damage, Ely Walker's price HOc.
Our price 2."c.
250 yards super extra figured Taffeta
and Foulard Silks, worth "sic. Our
A couple of thousand yards very best
prints, made in oil reds, Indigo
and fancies, the tie kind. Our
(500 yards very best American grays,
every pattern a model. Our lire
200 yards black (iloria sublime dress
fabrics, silk and wool, Ely Walk
er's city price, if 1.25 per yard. Our
Best grade wide Brown Linen, cheap
atiiOc, but our price IT'ae.
Ten pices all wool dress goods,
broken plaids, checks and chevi
ot etlects, the i0c kind. Our price
Black Sicilians, extra wide, 37lic,
(about half price
1000 yards figured Scotch Lawns, 4c.
1000 yards Zephyr Ginghams, the 10c
This greatest of Greater Colum
bia's greatest sales commences
Monday, June 7.
Be on hand.
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
Miss Maude Williamson will leave
for Berkley, Va., next Wednesday
evening, where she will be brides
maid at the marriage of her friend,
Miss Lula Butt, Principal of the
Ryland Institute, to Dr. Bradford
On Tuesday. June lo, the evening
before the wedding, a party, of
which Miss Williamson will be
member, will leave the Kyland on a
private yacht for Old Point Comfort,
Va., where they will be entertained
at the Hvgei Hotel with a (( o'clock
dinner. The party will return
Berkley at a late hour that night.
and the nuptials wid take place at
the Institute on the following eve
Mr. Johnson Davis and Miss Cora
Hood, both of thi.i city, were united
in marriage at the residence of Ilev
W. T. Ussery, in South Columbia
last Sunday evening.
in midsummer Mil
linery. New sailors, flowers, rib
bons'and untriinmed shapes just re
MISS NELLIE CARROLL.
Entrance through store of McKonnon
Anderson ty Foster.
Lafavelte Chapter, No. 4, will
hold a called meeting next Monday
night at8 o'clock, for work hi the
Iloval Arch decree.
De Molav Commandery No. has
a called conclave next Tuesday
niirht. for practice in the Order of
Next Thursday night is the statei
meetinirof Columbia Lodge. No. M
when arrangements will be made
for the public celebration of Saint
John the Baptist's day, June 24.
HOW CASH 1)0 TALK !!
$1.00 will buy 20 lbs best granulated sag.
i packages coffee .
S packages bettor coffee.
7 packages A. ., and 4-X coffee
St lbs good gieen coffee
(Jood salmon (lint)
Fancy Maine corn
IS oz. ('ueen olives
10 oz. tin eon olives
li-ll) California pooches
:Mb California apricots
Ii-ll r.altimoro peaches
i!-lo pickled onion
2-11) pickle, mixed
Jelly powder, mixed
Matches, three dozen boxes
mart Jar jelly
Those prices mean for CASH only.
See us before you sell your produce.
W. K. .McKENNOX.
Prof. Vioohvine's School.
Prof. Wool wine, who has been
teaching a school for boys in Spring
Hill, will remove to Hopkinsville,
Ky., where he will conduct aschool.
Prof. Woolwine is an able instructor,
and Maury County regrets that be
has seen fit to move his school.
Frank Dale is here this week.
Owen Friel of Dyersburg, is here.
Mrs. Annie White spent last week
Miss Brownie Boyd is visiting
Mrs. John Fry.
Claiborne McLemore, of Texas, is
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Alice Butler, of Spring Hill,
is in the city this week.
Frank Swansburg saw the sights
at the Exposition this week.
Miss Bynum, of Courtland, Ala.,
is visiting the Misses Sheegog.
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Coffee return
ed last Thursday to Nashville.
Miss Emma Hicks, of Nashville,
is the guest of Mrs. Hattie Jones.
Misses Flora and Lee Harlan have
been visiting hero for some time.
Miss Lottie Wilkins has returned
from a visit to relatives in Humbolt.
Miss Mattie Clemens, of Anniston,
Ala., is visiting Miss Pattie Vaughn.
Hamp Harris, of Arkansas, is visi
ting relatives in the city this week.
H. F. Alexander left for Kentucky
the first of the week on a business
Mrs. F. D. Lander and Frank re
turned last Satu-day from Nash
ville. Mr. Joe Chapman, of Nashville,
spent last week with Columbia rela
Mrs. E. D. Wilson and children
returned Saturday from Oglesby,
!)'. S. T. Payne of Paduoih. Kw.
is the guest of h'.s nephew, Mr. S. "P.
Miss Lucille Ennis, of Livingston,
Ala., is the guest of Miss Ethel
Miss Lillian McG avock, of Frank
lin, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John
Mrs. Wooten Moore and son, Will,
have returned from visiting the
Mrs. J. W. Howard and Master
Gerald have returned to their home
in St. Louis.
Miss Mamie Gamble, of Somers
ville, Oil., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. W. 15. Kerr.
Miss Emma D. Smith has returned
from Los Angeles, Cal., where she
spent the winter.
Misses Cowan and Woolard, of
Campbpllsville, are visiting Miss
Miss Louise Hickey, of the Lip
scomb neighborhood, is visiting
Miss wane Kiddie.
Mrs. John Bose and children have
returned from a stay of several
weeks in Memphis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Barker (nee
Miss May Homan), of Nashville,
were here this week.
Miss Cornelia Jones is visiting her
cousin. Mrs. Hunter McDonald, In
West End, Nashville.
Harry Jones has returned from
Prof. Woolwlne's school at Spring
Mill, to spend vacation.
Miss Porter, after a visit to her
sister Mrs. E E. Snyder, returned to
her home In Paris last week.
Hon. L. P. Padgett has returned
from the General Assembly of the
C. P. Church at Chicago.
Miss Eugenia Clopton left Mon
day for Nashville, where she ex
pects to remain about six weeks.
Miss Mary Frierson has returned
home from Ward's Seminary, Nash
ville, to spend the vacation months.
Briggs McLemore, who has been
attending school at Charlottesville,
Va., has returned home for vaca
tion. Mrs. Mattie Cook, who has been
visiting relatives in Waco, Texas,
for several months, has returned
Mrs. R. C. Smith, of East Tennes
see, was here tin's week to attend
the closiug exercises at the Athe
naeum. Miss Linnie Hawkins, of Green
ville, Texas, formerly a pupil at the
Athenieuin, is visiting Miss Annie
Miss Lizzie McLemore returned
yesterday from Charloottesville,
Va., where she had been attending
Miss Nicholson of Grenada, Miss.,
and Miss Fannie Shelby, of Clarks
ville, are visiting Miss Annie Leal
Miss Mabel French, of Hickman,
Ky., formerly a pupil of the Insti
tute, is the guest of Miss Janie
llam this week.
Capt. J. H. Fussell has returned
from the General Assembly of the
0. P. Church, which convened in
Chicago last week.
Mrs. H. G. Evans, of Bonham,
Texas., is visiting in Columbia this
week, and attended the closing
exercises of the Athenivum.
S. D. Campbell, Esq., a prominent
young attorney of Newport, Arkan
sas, was with his friends, Shelby
Coffey and E. B. Rayburn.this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandon,
after a visit to relatives in Columbia
and Culleoka, returned to their
home in Columbus, Texas, last week.
Miss Bonnie Turner, who lias been
visiting relatives in and near the
city for some time past, left for her
distant home in San Francisco this
John Trotwood Moore leaves for
Chicago this morning to put the
finishing touches to his forthcoming
hook of "Tennessee Stories and
Now Is the Time
To get your Sorghum Seed, Millet
Seed. Hungarian Seed, Stock Peas,
and Wabash Corn. We are also head
quarters for Lime, Paris Green,
L:ind Plaster, and everything in the
field seed line. Also sugar-house
molasses of all grades, together with
a full stock of fioh groceries. Cof
fee of all grades. We are making n
special run on good green eotToe;
just think. S lbs for one dollar. Give
us a call :iiui we will treat you right.
Frierson & Embry.
T.oeation, lakes' ItuiMmg, corner Mh
mm. I South Main streets.
Telephone No. 17.
Is unequalled for
jf all kinds. This
especially for us
J'liuJers, I hreshers, and all class
es of machinery used in the hot
sun. or where a heavy bodied
oil is required. Price only !55c
per gallon. We have cheaper
oils. In fact we are headquart
ers for oils of all kinds, but we
especially recommend our "Bin
der Oil" for harvesting machinery-
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
We have just received another
large shipment of Wall Paper, em
bracing all the newest tints and
styles in ingrains.
A SLRIF.SOF ACCIDENTS.
Horapn Oct Willi Again and Cuiixt) Much
There seems to be an organized ef
fort among the horse tribe in Colum
bia to smash up all the vehicles and
bruise up as many persons as they
possibly can. During the past three
or four weeks there have been no
less than a dozen runaways on our
streets, and all have been accompa
nied with more or less serious re
Tuesday afternoon, while Tom
Friel and Mullen Wilson were driv
iniron the Bigbyville pike near the
corporation line, their buck-board
collided with a vehicle driven by a
negro, and they were thrown out
and F'riel had his right knee sprain
ed and his body otherwise bruised
up. The buck-board was also badly
broken. Tom Friel was brought to
town and carried to the ofllce of
Drs. Wilkes & Forgey to have his
injuries attended to. Dr. Wilkes
sent his office-boy in his buggy to
Friel's residence to bring his father,
policeman James Friel, to the ofllce,
and while the boy was on his way
his horse became frightened and
ran away. Mr. W. F. Hayes' ice
wagon was struck by this runaway
horse, at the corner of South Main
and Ninth streets, and the driver,
Tom Frierson (colored) was thrown
out and considerably bruised up,
and both vehicles were badly dam
aged. About 6 o'clock the same evening
Mr. J. D. Wright was hauling a
thresher engine from the depot to
town, with a feur-horse team, when
the two front horses got scared, de
tached themselves from the engine
and ran down Garden street at a
mile-a-minute gait, clearing the
road of vehicles as they went, and
strewing their harness all along the
way. One of thein came up against
some harvesting machinery in front
of Satterfleld & Dodson's and knock
ed himself out, while the other one
was stopped by some men. Both
animals were badly hurt.
wriere is Friersons ?
Xrrt tlonr to Pust-nffirr
with a complete, line f
New Soring Wall Paper, Hammocks,
Cro'urt, Jlookxitnrf Stationery.
Pricos;iight. A. I). FKIKBSOX!
An Old Debt.
Bank checks are very common
things, but Maddin Voss,' the depot
lunch man, "cashed" one several
days ago which carried with it an
interesting story. The check wa
given to a prominent Maury County
horseman and farmer bv a gentle
man in Williamson county, in
payment, for stud fees in the
year 18(15. The Maury County man
had forgotten all about the debt, and
when his debtor met him in Frank
lin the other day and offered to give
him $10, the amount of the debt, he
was much surprised. Had Mr.
Creditor been disposed to charge
interest, at the rate of 6 per cent, the
amount would have been about $:!0.
but, being an honest man, he took
only $8 and called the debt square.
Mules Strayed $3.00 lleward Offered.
Strayed from the farm of J. W.
Jones at Carter's Creek, two mules.
One, brown grey, square built, mare
mule, about 3 years old, branded
"H"on the left jaw; the other, black
horse mule, same age, and branded
same; both mules were sheared
about fli) days ago. Above reward
will be given for their return to said
farm, or to the stock yard at Colum
bia, or .'J for each. W. J. MooitK.
Shotgun Loaded Willi ('ravel.
Will Davis, of the Hurricane
neighborhood, came to town Wed
nesday night and swore out a peace
warrant against his father-in-law,
Wesley Hill Johnson, and also a
warrant charging him with assault.
Johnson wa9 arrested and brought
to town, and was tried before Judge
Coleburn yesterday morning. He
was bound over on the peace war
rant, but the charge of assault could
not be sustaiued. The evidence
showed that Davis bad run away
with Johnson's daughter several
months ago, and that ever since an
ill-feeling had existed between
them. Johnson going armed with a
shot-gun nearly all the time. Mem
bers of Johnson's family testified
that he was out of shot and had his
gun loaded with gravel.
I want to buy and am prepared
ay tl.e highest market price,
mav ot B. Hoi.dinu,
See our premium purchase tickets.
may28 2t W. J. Oakes.
Mrs. F. H. Smith was on the sick
list several days last week.
Ed Vaughan had homo-raised
beans on the market last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLemore
are boarding with Mrs. W. B. Dob
bins. Last Monday being Decoration
Day and a legal holiday, the banks
were all closed.
The "War Against Monopolies" is
spreading. Bead an article, with
tliat head, in another column.
Frank Porter, of Nashville, is
quite sick with pneumonia at the
home of his parents near Columbia.
Mr. Tuck, an up-to-date tonsorial
artist, has bought B. T. Tiller's
barber interest, and will conduct
business at the same stand.
De Molav Commandery of Knights
Templar, during the summer
months, will have their meetings in
the afternoons instead of at night.
Read J. P. Street & Co's. special
ads for binder twine, machine oil,
lace leather, gum packing, endless
thresher belts, etc. It
The children of the Industrial
School had their annual picnic in
Mr. N. B. Sheppard's grove on the
Hampshire pike last Saturday.
Leonidas Polk Bivouac will meet
in the Court-house next Monday,
and every ex-Confederate soldier in
Maury County is urged to be pres
ent. It. If. Blackwell was this week ap
pointed guardian of Willie L. and
John W. Wisener, under bond of
ifl.fiOO, in place of W. T. Irvine, de
ceased. Fourteen Odd Fellows from the
Columbia Lodge went to Mt. Pleas
ant last Friday night and organized
a lodge there with 27 members.
Mr. Killcbrew was made Noble
New industries continue to spring
up in Columbia, and the latest is
that of buying and shipping bull
frogs. C. H. Sharp shipped 05 live
ones to a restaurant in Nashville
Officer R. H. Guest, who has been
disabled for several months on ac
count of an accident received by his
pistol falling from his pocket and
shooting him in the leg, assumed
his mace again Tuesday.
A fine life size crayon and ink
portrait given with every $10 worth
of goods. W. J.Oakksj. may28 2t
C. W. Klein, graduate optician,
with headquarters at the Novelty
store, has a new process for testing
the eyes and fitting glasses, which is
highly spoken of by those who have
tried it. See his ad on the fifth
Monday was Bank Clerk's Day at
the Imposition, and Columbia's
three banks were represented by
Messrs. W. B. Wooten, Bruce Coch
ran, John Rea, Henry Evans, Will
Chaffin and Edgar Latta.
There's a wail to be heard among
the grocery merchants and fruit
dealers now, on account of the go
ing into eifect of the law passed by
the late Legislature, which places
an extra tax of $8.50 per annum on
cigars and $4.75 on fruits.
If you want. fine cut Granite monu
ments, call on S. P. Payne. If you
want "cheap john work," buy from
the other fellow. I refer you to the
Granite jobs I have erected in Rose
Hill and many other cemeteries for
the proof. Yours to serve,
S. P. Payne,
tf Columbia, Tenn
Fruit Jars! Fruit Jars!!
We are just in receipt of a half car
loud and will make you lower prices
than any house in the city. Don't for
get us on millet seed. We will sell you
17 lbs leaf lard $I.(K
Seyen lbs Arbuckle or 4-X coffee l.oo
Eight pounds good seed-tick coffee, 1.00
New fresh can tomatoes, per can .
Now fresh oat tlakes, 3 packages .
New fresh sorghum, per gallon ..
doc sugar-house molasses, per gal . .
Caromel Syrup, per gallon
Ralph's, or Railroad snuff, per can.
Three cans 4-ounee toot n snuu ... ..
WIIITK & n WMWOOO,
Boll Telephone 21. North Main Street.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Vaughan & Alexander shipped 2
car loads of sheep to Louisville Sat
Botts & Mathis shipped 2 carloads
of sheep to the same place Monday
Jet Anderson shipped a car load
of hogs to Louisville Tuesday.
Maxwell te Urouch received a car
load of extra fine mules from St
Louis this week.
Mr. Cook, of Santa Fe, shipped a
car load of cattle, hogs and sheep
from Godwin Saturday.
Botts & .Mathis this week pur
chased from Allen Harlan 118 lambs
that weighed on an average of 821
'jounds each. These, with 10 other
lambs, were the offsprings from 100
To The Farmers.
We have formed the best connec
tions both at home and abroad to
handle your wheat, and will be pre
pared to give you the highest mar
City Grain & Feko Co.
m ay 28 tf
Miss Labella Fuller, of Santa
is visiting the family of Mr. C
Mr. I. M. Powell returned
Friday, from a visit to Nashvillle
Fuller Brittain, who has been
quite sick, is able to he up again.
Miss Loaf Hean, who has been
spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. W. D. Wendel, will return to
her home in Decherd to-morrow.
Mr. J. H. I". Dowell Ikis moved his
meat shop to the old Phillips' stand
on corner of High and Eleventh
Miss F.tta Branch, we are glad to
report, has recovered after sever.il
Sir. J. H. Thotn i- returned Mon
day from an extended visit to Fay-etteville.
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 is 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,
Our Carpet Department,
Our Clothing Department,
Our Hat ami furnishing De
partment, .'AU are teeming with bright,
fresh ideas, inviting in price
and quality. Wo appreciate
Continue to Have it I
Children's Day Kxeri-Ui".
Children's Day was beautifully ob
served in the South Columbia Meth
odist church last Sunday night.
The church was artistically decora
ted in flowers, and the programme,
consisting of songs, recitations, etc.,
was well rendered. The exercises
were under the supervision of Mrs.
Wendel, and to her and each or the
participants much credit is due
During the services a collection was
taken up for the henent or fcunaay-
schools in needy circumstances,
and a neat little sum was realized.
Zion Church will have interesting
services next Sunday at 11 o'clock,
when Mr. Henry S. Mayes will be
ordained and Installed as Elder,
and Messrs. W. T. Frierson and
Wallace Brown as Deacons. At the
Missionary Society meeting in the
afternoon nt :?::'() o'clock, the pro
gramme will include a lecture on
Medical Missions," oy i;r. i. Jiied-
At the F'irst Methodist church
next Sunday, the ordinance of in
fant baptism will be administered
at the beginning of the morning ser
vice, to be followed by n discussion
of "The proper subjects for Bap
tism." The subject of the evening
sermon will be 'The proper mode of
At the Main Street Cumberland
Presbyterian church next Sunday
night," Rev. F. J. Tyler will preach a
special sermon to men ami ooys.
"What Unmans a .Man," will be tiio
subect. Services at 10 a. m. and
8 p. m. each day will be continued
until further notice.
Dr. Kelley was in Nashville last
Sunday, called there to preach the
funeral sermon of Mr. Geo. W.
Smith, one of the oldest Methodists
in the State. In consequence of his
absence there was no preaching at
the First Methodist church.
Rev. W. C. Foster of Cornersville,
occupied the pulpit at the First
Presbyterian church last Sunday
evening. In the forenoon lie preach
ed at Zion.
A series of revival services began
in the Main Street C. P. Church last
Sunday morning. Rev. F. J. Tyler,
of Alabama, is doing the preaching,
ancUill are invited to attend.
Mr. II. I). Hendley is conducting
the Men's Noonday P-ayer-meeting
this week. 1 he longer these meet
ings are continued, the more those
who go learn to enjoy them.
Rev. W. R. McKennon will preach
at Godwin Chapel next Sunday
afternoon at il o clock.
Next Sunday is Whit Sunday.
A Curd to Hie Public.
Having purchased Mr. Tiller's in
terest in the tonsorial parlors for
merly owned by Shuneman & Tiller,
next to Phoenix Bank, we are pre
pared to do first-class work. Give
us a call. Yours Respectfully,
It William Tick.
The corporation hands at work on
the sewer on South High street, be
tween 0th and loth, are waging war
on the residences in that vacinity.
One day the first of this week, while
blasting, a large piece of rock was
blown through Mr. B. F. Tiller's
front gate, and into the fmit end of
his house; and Wednesday a broad
side of rocks was discharged into
Mr. A. Maxvill's residence, one of
them crashing through the upper
story and demolishing a chair that
happened to be in the way, and
others breaking the glass in the
front door and window. The same
blast also broke t!ie water main on
t'urwood's Sarsapariila for the blood
guaranteed tocure. A. B. Rains
Our llu ss; Kill tie Till
Completely. Medicines I) serve
their purpose must vuttnin the right
drugs mul nothiuir but t lie right drugs,
and drills can't lie right at all unless
they are pure, fresh, an l exactly want
they're represented to bo. Unless a
physician can rely upon the remedy
employed, ho cannot proscribe properly
for a patient. The presence of an Im
pure druir in a medicine hniv upset nil
his calculations, and the patient is the
sufferer. Purity is the sum total of ''nig
excellence, and purity is our motto.
.1 nit Ire Met.-il Out l u Niim'x'r of Law
Thursday, Friday and Siturday of
last week were misdemeanor days
in the Circuit Court, and about llfty
cases, all of minor importance, were
lCmineisoti Bunch (colored) was
given 2 years in the penitentiary for
assault with intent to commit mur
der 111 the second degree.
William Abbott (white; was given
two years tor house breaking and
larceny. Abbott is the man who
stole To pounds of hams from Mr.
Petwav Howell, 'ast week', and
brought them to Columbia and sold
them to W. E. McKennon, the West
Bessie Thomas (colored ) was given
one year each in two cases, ior lar
ceny. Bess is the noted "back-door
prowler, who for a long time both
ered the people in South Columbia
by prowling around their back
doors in broad daylight and appro
priating to her use any portable ob
ject that chanced to be ill sight.
Doke Diyer, Eugene Collins, Dee
Jones anil Black Shot, all colored,
were sent to the county work-house
for 30 days for breaking into Tom
Shaw's saloon several months ago.
Bob Jones (white) was sent to
'Squire Sanders' reformatory for five
months, on the chaice of larceny.
Ben Fry (colored) was given 2
months in the work-house for fraud
ulent breach of trust.
Alex Vaught (colored), who held
up a negro i n the 1 ridge at Columbia
some time in February, was given
six years in the penitentiary. Alex
will not be unfamiliar with life in
the pen, as a good portion of his life
has been spent within its walls.
The cases against Mrs. Stone and
her son Walter, which were set for
this week, were continued until
The case against James A. Turner,
charged with killing a man some
time ago in the Cross Bridges neigh
borhood, will be tried Wednesday.
The case of State vs. Jeff Hood,
for larceny, is set for to-morrow.
Circuit Court Clerk Embry is able
to bo at his post of duty this week,
after his spell of sickness.
Free For All.
I have 1,000 chrysanthemums
which I will give away free of
charge. Come and get them if you
want them. I). E. Doinvii. It
200,000 Hush- Is Wheal Wanted!
The Columbia Mill & Elevator
Co. want the above amount of new
wheat for delivery on board cars or
at their Elevntor, for which they
will pay the highest market price.
Telephone Line lo Williiinisorl.
Arrangements have been made
by the Citizens' Telephone Company
to extend a line from Columbia to
Williamsport, where a good-sized
exchange list will be placed. Work
will be commenced in a few days,
and Columbia and Williamsport
will soon be on speaking terms.
siring to attend the Photograph
ers Association of America, which
meets at Celeron. N. V., in July,
and to take a two months vacation
thereafter, we have decided to close
our gallery from July lt to Sept.
1st. All those who have contract
tickets, and others who want to
have work done, will please come in
at once. Respectfully,
junc-l-Ut. Fikldkn Bros.
New Dentil I Parlors.
Dr. M. P. Merrill, lately of West
Liberty, Ohio, but now permanently
located in Columbia, lias opened up
bis dental parlors over Dr. J. G.
Williamson's olllco on Garden,
street, and is now ready to do the
best work in his line. Dr. Merrill is
a graduate of the Ohio State Dental
College at Cincinnati, and is in
every way qualilied in his profes
sion. See his card elsewhere.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Creim of Tart.ir TowJcr. Fne
ftom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 Years the Standard