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THE COLUMBIA JIE11ALD: FK1DAY, JUNE 4, 18.)7.
GRAND CLEARING SALE
That Gladdens the Consumer's Heart, but
to our Competitors it has a Different Effect.
Beginning Saturday and Continues
A small lot of Lawns at 2'2'c.
French Ginghams, former price 10c and 15c 5c.
Linen Suitings, I2'2'cand 15c.
Lace Stripe Linen, former price 15c and 20c 10c.
JioyV Knee Pants 15c.
Best Sailor ever sold for 50c.
Two Spools of Thread, as good as Coats' for 5c.
Lace Curtains (Special), per pair 50c.
Lace Curtains (Special), per pair $1.00.
liig lot of Shirt Waists, former price 50e and 75c,
touched the golden shores of eternity,
no more to trod the thorny paths of
this life, no more to hear harsh words
that so often grate on our ears here;
no more lowering clouds to gather
about him, for the sunny clime that he
has reached' shall remain while the
years of eternity roll. (,od grant that
when our weary sandals all the dusty
way have trod, tliat we, too, shall step
out into the glorious light of the bright
Mrs. M. T. Walters is quite sick at
Little Mar' Lizzie Wilkes is also on
the sick list.
The fifth Sunday meeting at Knob
Creek was largely attended and very
much enjoyed hy'all. (iuite a number
of visitors present for whom we tried to
make it as pleasant as possible.
Mr. Mat i us nt and wife, of Santa re,
Sam Walters and charming sister, Dr.
Will Fitzgerald of Theta, and Rev. J.
W. Vestal of Nashville, were visitors at
our home last Sunday.
Rev. I. E. Dortch and wife and l'rof.
W. T. Wilkes furnished some very good
music at the church for us during our
two day's meeting.
Several of our young folks attended
l'rof. Eshman's "concert at Athendale
last Friday night, and report it quite an
As news is scarce, I close. With
many good wishes to all, I am ever the
Best of ALL. Bargains on our Center
Counter. See them; extra good things.
Farmers! Farmers! Farmers!
Hear in mind that we have had
made especially to order ilO.lXX)
wheat bags which we will furnish
you on most satisfactory trms. Do
not fail to see us before selling your
wheat. City Gkai.v&Fekd Co.
ROBE UTS' BEND AND KNOB CHEEK.
SEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY IX OUIt EXTEN
SIVE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Kezv Ribbons and Veilings, Xezv Flowers, jeu Belts, Etc.
See lie Latest
in Mospito Bars.
Save your tickets and
New Style Clocks Just Received.
Warranted to keep time.
TOWELS AT A JJAKUAIN.
Our $1.00 Kid Glove is AV nrrnnfpfl
We close at 6:30 p. in, every day except Saturday.
Knob Cheek, June 1. Prof. Webb, of
llellbuckle, delivered quite an excellent
lecture on education at Godwin Chapel,
last Saturday night. It was good seed
sown, and sure of a golden harvest.
l'rof. Eshman's school at Athendale
closed last Friday night with a grand
concert, of which the teacher and pa
trons are Justly proud. Prof. Kshman
and sister, Miss Ella, deserve (treat
credit for their untiring painstaking.
We hope that by Prof. Eshman's con
tinned effort we may soon boast or one
of the best schools in the country.
Many have promised themselves to
give him their loval support in the
future, and if they have profited by
Prof. Webb's wholesome advice, they
will do so with their whole hearts.
Kev. W. H. McKennon will preach at
Godwin Chapel next Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Miss Willie Wisener, of Dark's Mill,
visited Mrs. N. M. Pane part of last
Mr. Fate Lucas, of Texas, has come
home to the bedside of his mother, who
is not expected to live but a short while
Elder Sewell, of Nashville, visited his
uncle, Esq. rage, this week.
Miss Kebecea Adkisson, of Santa re,
is visiting at Mr. Tom Harbison's this
Mrs. Shorter Forgey is visiting her
mother at Mt. Pleasant this week.
II. A. HUNT1N0T0X ASSIGNS.
One of Nashville' Olrient Meiclixnta
Forvpil to h Wall.
H. A. Huntington, who for many
years has been engaged in the cloth
ing and furnishing business at 400
Church street, made a special assign
ment last Tuesday, naming Gen. O.
. lnurston as trustee.
The assets assigned include the
storehouse and lot at 401) Church
street, the entire stock of goods, ac
counts, notes and bills receivable;
exhibit in the Commerce Building
at the Centennial; debt of $3,087.47
due by S. N. Warren, of Williamson
County ; a note of 8. N. Warren, $ 11,
3(!) 52, and ten Jersey cows.
The creditors named in the assign
ment are: J. L. Foster, $.,(XH); Miss
M. J. Foster, $900; -Miss J. T. Foster,
$400: John H. Hines & 8on, of
ISewark, three notes for $.i,(5i,
,020 and $4,(525; John H. Hine &
Son, by open accout, $24,i)32.8i).
I lie assignee is instructed, alter
first paying the expenses of the trust,
to pay the accounts set out in the
Uen. Thurston, as trustee, is
directed to take charge of the busi
ness and assets at once and dispose
or them as he sees tit.
Is Uiise JJlane!
No Man Should Be So
Confident in His Own
Opinion As to Re
ject All Advice.
Last Saturday, while Will Totty,
of Totty s bend, was out fishing, he
placed his shot gun against a tree
to dig some bait and the pick he was
using accidentally struck the ham
mer and the gun was discharged.
The load took effect in his breast,
and death was almost instantaneous.
Wee's Sale of Eeal Estate.
(Continued from Third rage.)
Mavle Mount, May 31. Some un
known parties went to the Athendale
school-house, on Knob Creek, on
Thursday night of last week, where
arrangements had been made by Prof.
Kshman for the closing exercise's of his
school on Friday night, and took up a
part of the stage flooring and clipped
the wires. Hut, after all, the exercises
were very commendable, both to teacher
and pupils ; the behavior was good and
the attendance large, about ti(X) being
What a "falsehood" bro. "compositor"
did "sot" up against us again. Made
us say "K. P. Kobberts snld 4 lambs to
Contributor." Well he did'nt; we sold
them to Allen. .Set "em" up again bro.
Mr. Cook, of Santa Fe, came to the
front on last Saturday and made the
only shipment that was made from
Uodwin one car of cattle, hogs and
Crops are looking discouraging out in
our section. A short yield for tiiis year
is tho opinion of tunny.
We regret to report the serious illness
of Mrs. Martha Lucas. Mr. Phate
Lucas, her son, of Little lioek, was
summoned and reached here to-dav.
Mr. Hamp Harris, formerly of this
place but now of Chickala, is 'expected
to reach hereon tho 3rd, to visit rela
tives and look after some real estate
business in Columbia.
Piillie Harris is now humming "rocky-
by-lmhv." Little Island) W . occupies
Mr. Zuzecarella returned to Nash
ville last Friday, after a stay of a few
days at his farm near Godwin, dispos
ing of his cabbage.
Miss Minnie Cowsert, of Evergreen,
has returned from an extended visit to
Mrs. Ida Jackson came in from Nash
ville to visit her mother, Mrs. Cowsert,
last Saturday. Con ntim-i ou.
Garwood's Sarsaptirilln for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. 1. IvAiNS
Enterprise, Mav H0. The health of
our community is very good, with the
exception of Mr. Jim Pugh. Hope he
will soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. (. X. McKennon, of
vour citv, visited Mrs McKennon's
mother. Mrs. Nelson, of this place, re
Mrs. Rlakelv.of Mt. Pleasant, visited
friends and relatives at this place last
Children's Pay will be observed the
third Sunday in June. Everybody is
We are sorry to hear of the death of
old uncle .lim'Williains, who died last
Friday, the 2Sth, at his home near
Enterprise. He was one of the oldest
citizens in Maury County. At the time
of his death he was nearly !.' years of
As news is scarce, 1 will close, w)th
best wishes to all. Tif-Tof.
Miss Amanda Loch rid ire. snpnt
1 J . I . . . V -t--
ein uy 01 iasc ween at home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bureham and chil
dren and Mrs. J. P. McKee spent last
week in Nashville and attended the
Mrs. A. P. Dortch and two child ren.
Mary and Russell, and Mrs. J. M. Fos
ter were the guests of Mr. S. M. Jones
and family, of Andrews, last week.
Miss I'.mily McKay, of Martin, West
Tennessee, is w ith relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Nichols will leave
this week for Eaglesville. to see Mrs.
Miss(.enie Ilunterand brother Ifuirh
left for Huntingdon, West Tennessee,
last Thursday, after several weeks visit
to relatives here.
Mrs. Robert Hauguss is snendiner this
week with Mrs. Josephene Mamrrem.
Mrs. Mangjem is quite ill at this writ
Miss .Susie Jameon attended Prof.
W ebb s lecture at Mt. Olivet Sunday.
Miss Fannie Jacobs, of Columbia, is
visiting Misses Emma and Lucy Mr
Mai. 1. E. Jameson is on tho sick list
STANDS AT TI1K IIKAI).
Aug. J. ISogcl. the leading druggist of
Mirevesport, i.a.,says: "Dr. King s New
Discovery is tiie only thing that cures
my cough, and it s the best seller I
have." J. F. Campbell, merchant of
SatTord, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New
Discovery is all that is claimed for it ; it
never lans, and is a sure cure for con
sumption, coughs and colds. I cannot
say enough for its merits." Dr. King's
New Discover' for consumption, coughs
and colds is not an experiment. It has
been tried for a quarter of a century
and to-dav stands at the head. It never
disappoints. Free trial bottles at Wol
dridge A Irvine's drug store.
,junc4 1y (1)
Nkafoi, is. Juno 1. According to an
nouncement Prof. Webb lectured at tlu
church Sunday night. Subject, "How
to Make a Mai).'' A large crowd was
The farmers are about through plant
inireorn, and some or it is growing
nicely. Wheat is looking tolerably well.
Little Ruth Allen has been sick for
several days; also little Hattie Lee Pip
kin: hope they will both soon recover
Mr. Earnest Pipkin was the guest of
his brother, Mr. It. (). Pipkin last week.
Mr. E. ti. Allen of Nashville, is visi-
C ARTE ITS CREEK.
Caktkb's Ckkkk, June 1. Elder J. A.
Harding preached two excellent ser
mons at Deech tirove Sunday.
Miss Allie Dale will leave Monday for
Molino, to spend several weeks with
Miss Maugie Lou Jacobs, of Aetna
Furnace, is the guest of Miss Emma
f inir relatives here.
Miss Maud Coulwell was the guest of
Mrs. Noland recently.
Mr. Austin Hunch will leave for
Nashville soon, where he will remain
Several from here attended the cro
iiet party at Mr. Nesbifs, of Dark's
Mill's last Saturday afternoon. As ever
the same, IjOSKLY Fi.owkr.
Fleming Family Reunion.
At Zion church yard to-day there
will he a re-union of the Fleming
family, the descendents of 1 nomas
F. Fleming and James Sidney Flem
ing, two of the four brothers who
came from South Carolina in 1807 and
settled at the place now owned by
Watkins L. Fleming, in sight of
Zion church. The other two broth-
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er, William rstuart aim jonn u.
Fleming, left no descendants sur-
viving. home ot tne descendants oi
James Sidney Fleming are Win. M.
Fleming, now the oldest, and mason
S. Fleming. The children or
Thomas Fleming are Mrs. A. A.
McMillan, James, Joseph and Miss
Lou Fleming,who live near Zion ; the
family of Mrs. Mary Nelley, who
live in Louisiana, and Mrs. John F.
Stephenson of Zion, and Watkins
Fleming, pome oi tnose uesceuu-
ed from Thomas F. Meming are
Mrs. Ann Kittrell, of Mt. Pleasant,
Mrs. Marv W. Dobbins, Thomas F.
Fleming, W. S. Fleming, of Colum
bia, Mrs. Florence Rurch, Flav and
Del Cooper, of Nashville, Mrs. Dr.
(5. Williamson. John Wilson, oi
Culleoka, Mrs. Fain formerly Mat-
tie Wilson, of Texas. Mrs. J. II. Dew,
of Nashville, Mrs. W. A. Fleming,
of Georgia, Mrs. Horace Kainey,
and also the children of James A.
Fleming; to-wit. Knox, Julius,
James. Robert, Preston, David and
Mrs. W. T. Frierson of the Zion
There will be read a sketch of the
family and some music: a basket
dinner will be spread, and the old
Cave Spring which lias been
used bv the lainny since itu win
furnish the water. Tf the weather is
propitious almost the entire clan
will be present.
Poland China Hogs Sale.
Mrs. W. (). Coffee will sell, either
on tiie public square or at Harlan's
stable, on Monday, June i, 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 he had; being a part of the
family of Klever s Model, which
sold for $1.71)0. Anderson Model
sold for $1,575. and Queen Klever
3rd. No. ((i()!H. the dam of one of
these sows, sold for $1,200. The
others are of the family of Guy
Wilkes K., No. :52)01 ; Tecumseh I)
2(K)5:i: Queen Tecumseh, 70'JiO; All
Seen. 19773 : World Reauty, (!0il!)2
the famous show hog. Rreeding
given of each hog. If you want
some choice hogs, go to this sale.
Will sell six hoars; 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. Boston,
Orleans, 111., and he bought of Ed
Klever, Hadley & Hendrix, Bloom
ingburg, Ohio. may21-3!;.
liy virtue of two deeds of trust
executed by J. L. Cowley and wife, M.
J. Cowley, one to C. W. Witherspoon
and his successors, as Sec. and Tr. of the
Maury Co. I!. ,t L. Association, dated
April 27, 1SS1I, recorded in Hook II. vol.
.'t, p. 527; the other executed to If. ().
Fulton, Sec. and Tr., June 12, lWMi, re
corded in Rook K p. 244, I will sell to
the highest bidder for cash, free from
the equity of redemption, dower and
homestead, at the Court House door in
on Monday the 5th Day or July, 181)7,
between 10 o'clock a. m. and 12 o'clock
m, the following described house and
lot, lying in the Second Ward of Colum
bia, Tenn., bounded as follows: Degin
ning at a stake in the North margin of
East nth street, it being S. Stfde,. E. !i" ft.
from the S. W corner of the lot pur
chased at Chancery sale by Mrs. N. E.
Woodside (see min. 1S71, p. 4iil) and run
ning with the North margin of said
street East 8." feet to a stake; thence
North l'i degrees, East l'o ft. toastake;
thence Nort h 8M degrees, West H." feet to
a stake; thence South 1 VJ degrees, West
150 ft. to the beginning, containing
3-10 acres, more or less.
Said sale will be made at the request
of said Association to satisfy its debt
and expenses of sale.
II. O. FULTON, Sec and Tr.
June 4-4t Trustee.
We intend these 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 say
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 $30.00 for a Suit, come here
and get equally as good for about half the price.
Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters,
No. 307 N. College Street,
lletween Union Street and Public Square,
Whst 1'oist. June 1. This, the first
evening of the leafy month of June,
finds me trying to write a few more
lines for the Hkrai.p. How very
bright this June day has been for some
I know, vet there are bowed heads and
saddened hearts, even if the sun is
shining. To-day they have been placing
tomb rocks at our old grandfather
crave. He was generally known
throughout this county, s he lived to
he nuite old. And to day they have
paid the last tribute ot respect to his
dear memory. We know that during
those .so vears, many days found him
wearv. but he was faithful even down
to death, and then the weary feet
Non-Resident Notice, .j-aij.
Ci.kkk anp Mahtkh's Officio, )
Columbia, May 28, li'. (
. C. Riddle, et. al.. Complainant, vs.
Ethel Ritehey, et. al., Defendant.
It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause, that tho defendants. Ethel
Ritehey. Harry Kitehevand Lucy Ear-
lev are non-residents of the State of
It is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance herein, before the
first Monday in July next, ls!7, and
plead, answer or demur to complain
ant's bill, or tho same will he taken
for confessed as to them and set for hear
ing ex parte; and that a copy of this
order be published for four consecutive
weeks in the t oiumoia iieraiu.
A copy attest:
A. K. AKIX, Clerk and Master.
G. W. Haves, Sol'r for Compl't.
iiilllHIil jI! !!
Clf.kk asd Mastkk's Ofkioe, )
May as, 1W7. j
Ella Webster. Complainant, vs. Mat
It appearing from atlidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendant, Matt
Webster, is a non-resident of the State
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 Co
lumbia, on the first Monday in October
next, ls!7, and plead, answer or demur
to Complainant s tun, or tne same win
be taken for confessed as to him and
set for hearing ex parte; and that a
copv of this order bo published for four
consecutive weeks in the Columbia
A Copy Attest:
A. N. AKIX, Clerk A Master.
J. A. Smiser, Sol'r for Compl't.
HERE IS A
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REAL ESTATE TRAXSFKKS.
T. C. Meadors ,t Co., to .T. M. Long .t
Co., land and leases in Mt. Pleasant,
E. Hoge and wife to W. A. Rarnett,
lot in Mt. Pleasant, $nK.ti2.
Stewart v Irwin to W. A. Harnett, lot
in Mt. Pleasant, $'11.
J. T. Craik et al., to W. L. Harm, land
in dist., release.
J. T. Peters et al., to Eleanor Frierson
et al.,6'j acres in iuh dist., $1(.
Lon Scott to Miss Mary Jane
John Hutchison to Miss Jennie
Henry Lnckett toJWiss Lena flray.
Johnson Davis to Miss Cora Hood.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Hurricane Iron and Mining Com
pany, held in Columbia. Tenn., on the
:sd day of Mav. ls!i7, the following reso
lotion was unanimously adopted, to-wit:
Jlr it Jlcsoh ed by the jtoara or Direc
tors of the Hurricane Iron and Mining
Company that a general meeting of the
ctnnk linl'dera of said company be called
to meet at 12o'eloek, m., on Wednesday,
June 30. 1Si7, at theotlice of E. H. 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 the cor
poration and distributing the balance,
ifanv.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
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NEWEST STYLE SURREY.
For spring of 1897 we offer you the finest line of vehicles
hrnmrht to Columbia. For fine and medium
the purposeof takingall such steps that , , & , t U.. :
may he necessary to wind up and hqni- work we know we can please you. V e na e in tne
date the affairs of the company, sell its
property, nav the debts and distribute
the balanee.'if any, of the assets, and if
deemed necessary or proper, to reacn
these results, to employ counsel to take
such legal steps by proceedings in court
to accomplish tne roregoing purposes
The Secretary of the company is rti
reeled to give 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 Columbia Herald, a
news'pRiW'r published in Columbia,
Tennessee. Let a copy of this resolu
tion accompany each notice given to
stockholders as well as accompany shoV OOlls
such publication. Said resolution was
seconded bv II. M. Polk and was unani
mously adopted. May 21st, K'7.
A triie copy.
may21 4t A. X. AKIX, Secretary
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
sho-v goods. Come and see us!
SATTWIELD & D0DS0N.