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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY. JULY 30. I '7.
Is Inventory Day!
This is the time universally recog
ni.ed by all sharp buyers as the best
senson to correctly and cheaply do
their shopping odd lots, odd styles
at odd prices. Nowhere else at no
other time are such figures put on
the most seasonable goods as
throughout our store for the next 10
The climax comes
For Saturdau ag pioitdaij,
when we olTer the following'
TURKEY RED nnd Dress Styles
Calicoes, worth 5c. Saturday
and Monday to go at 2'oC, while
GLOVES Broken sizes and lots, in
colors and black, soma are slight
ly damaged, some are perfect;
prices were $1.00 and $l,.r0. Sat
urday and Monday 7oc. Come
early for these.
DOMESTIC KKKlyards soft finished
Bleached Domestic, fine and
yard wide, at 4c the yard.
SHIRT WAISTS Only one dozen,
they are old style, but good ana
serviceable and sold at 60c, 7"c
and $1.00; to go at 21c each.
SHOE SACRIFICE Counter full of
Ladies', Misses nnd Children's
Oxfords, tan and black; some of
these sold at $:1.00 per pair. Sat
urday and Monday at 7(Jc pair.
SHOE TALK to the Men Stop in
and look over our bargain lot.
Rockland and Edwin Clapp's
make, (we are sole agents for
Clapp's Shoes), at $2.98 a pair.
You'll save several dollars on the
pair by buying now. They sell
the world over at $5.00 and $G.O0.
Clifford Hendley is in Nashville.
Capt. R.D.Smith is in Mississippi.
Allison Webster has returned to
Mr. R. E. Ewing has returned from
J. H. Jameson, of Nashville, was
here this week.
Hugh Fariss, of Guthrie, Ky., Is
here this week.
Miss Lucy Haley has gone to
Miss Maggie Green is with rela
tives in Nashville.
Mrs. S. P. Payne and Miss Sim
mie are at Primm's.
Miss Mary Black has returned
from a visit to Lebanon.
Mr. W. J. Moore and family leave
Tuesday for Reaver Dam.
Mr. W.M. Cathey, of Mt. Peak,
Texas, was here this week.
Mr. S. H. Voss and family left)
Wednesday for Summertown. i
Miss Florence Haley is with rela
tives and friends in Nashville.
Miss Etta. Stockard of Lynnville,
is visiting Miss Mamie Hodge.
Miss Georgia Taylor left yesterday
for Shelbwille to visit relatives.
Miss Vivian Scribner. of Texas, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. waiter nam.
Geo. W. Hayes, Esq., lias returned
from a business trip to North Carolina.
Dr. J. T. Meadors was in Shelby
ville several days during the past
Mr. W. F. Tucker and family
spent several days in Nashville last
Mr. S. H. Voss and family have
gone to Summertown to spend a few
W. C. Salmon, Esq., spent several
days with Hickman county friends
Mr. S. H. Watson, of Nashville,
visited relatives here several days
Seymour Samuels has returned
from a month's visit to relatives in
Misses Calista Hendley and Genie
Mitchell are visiting friends at Car
Miss Bessie Barbour, of Concord,
Va., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E.
Miss Josie Lewis, of Pulaski, has
returned home from a visit to Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard and
Extends over our whole store,
of course, but our extra pleas
ant department is the part de
The next time you call on us
ask about our new Violet Kx
trtAA Ttthlt t Sarhrtx, all the
adjectives superfine, fragrant,
delicate, permanent, etc., ap
ply to these specialties, but
words in an advertisement
can't describe them ; let us put
a drop or two on your hand
kerchief. SODA WATER unhralthi! not at
alt! The big medical books,
the U. S. and National Dispen
satories say that it is a grate
ful drink to feverish patients,
lessening nausea or distress of
the stomach allays thirst far
better than water alone, and
the quantity taken need only
be regulated by the reasonable
wishes of the patient. That
outlit Id sittlr it. If a sick
person can be allowed to drink
it as desired, a well person cer
tainly has the privilege.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
Vote for n Constitutional Court -tion.
Home-grown watermelons are on
Mr. J. Sykes Orman is clerki ng at
the Bethell House.
Mr. Geo, L. Thomas has been on
the sick list this week.
Misses Louise and Ida Manney
and Gertrude Wallis, of Nashville,
and Messrs, Phillips Connell of
Nashville, Rruce Overton of Louis
ville, and Clement Dunbar of Guth
rie. Ga.. who were the guests of Mr.
and Mra. T. H. Meadows, have re
turned to their homes.
The following were among the
number from Columbia who
attended the Exposition Saturday
Mrs. Mattie Cooke and Mrs. O. W.
David, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. White,
Misses Annie White, Sadie Scott
and Nina Sowell. Mr. and Mrs. E
Yoest. Miss Amv Gartner and
WE HAVE more of the Monarch
and Eagle Shirts at reduced pri
ces, and they will please you in
fit and wear too.
REMEMBER we will discount any
nnd all coods for the next ten
davs. Come and see us; we will
make it pay you.
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
A BAD STORM.
Two Mule Killed and H Houxe Itartly
The northern part of this county
was visited bv a terrific raiu and
electrical storm last Sunday after
imrrn. fn some sections the rain
fell in torrents for about an hour,
and the creeks rose to such an ex
tent that considerable damage was
done to flood gates and fences along
their courses. Two negroes, who
were riding mules belonging to Mr.
R. W. McLemore. took refuge from
the storm in a cabin on Knon creek,
and while there a bolt of lightning
also struck the house and damaged
it considerably, but the occupants
Though it is not so verv strange why
people like to trade at our little store in
the forksof the road; because wenlways
do what we prombe. We are offering
tli is week:
(iood sonar house molasses, pc
2: lbs good preserving sugar . .
22 lbs good sugar
21 lbs Y. ('. sugar.
'3' lb West Tennessee tobacco
Vruit jars, 1 quart, per dozen....
l.'ruif I ura " litlHl't. Del' (loZCll . . .
I tnv'.. lust received a tine lot choice
country hams, small and medium size
Prices mimed are net cash..
W. E. McKENMLN.
His Leg Cut Oil'.
A negro man, giving his name as
win (.loiii.in. of Pulaski, had his
loir .lit n(f A few inches above the
ankle at the railroad crossing near
Rose Hill Cemetery last Wednesday
morning. Coleman was stealing a
ride on a north-bound freight train,
and was riding on the rods beneath
a car. While the train was going at
a rapid rate, he attempted to jump
from his perilous position and in so
doing fell, with results as above
stated. He was carried to a negro
house near the depot, where his leg
was amputated Wednesday after
You Can't 'Mi a Xut
Till '"" You tel1
"Buk Skal" when you srr it,
'cause its the whitest Hour made. It
Master Gerald have returned from
Misses Willie and Meta Baltzell,
nf Mnnto-omerv. Ala., are with Miss
Misses Margaret and Lucia Mc-
Ewen are visiting their aunt, Mrs
E. H. Hatcher.
Mrs. John West and Mi3S Alice
and Master Robert have returned
Mrs. E. J. Wilson, of Pensacola,
Fla., was the guest of Mr. John
Bose last week.
Misses Fannie Hough and Tennie
Goad spent several days in Nash
ville this week.
Mrs. Hattie Jones and Miss Mary
Belle Meadow are spending several
day9 in Nashville.
Mrs. Trene Ingram has returned to
"Vnshville. after a visit to her moth
er at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fulton and lit
tie daughter are with relatives in
the Zion neighborhood.
Mrs. George Higley and daughter
Miss Lizzie leave Tuesday lor a
visit to relatives in Michigan.
Mrs. G. W. Gilford, of Nashville,
is 1 he guest of her parents, judge
and Mrs. A. M. Hughes.
Miss Linda Frierson, after a visit
to relatives in the Zion neighuor-
hood, has returned home.
Misses Lena B. and Lillian Smith
will leave for Sewanee next weeK,
where they will spend some time.
Mr. Anderson Craig and family
left Wednesday for Beaver Dam, to
spend the remainder of the summer.
Miss Birdie Hirseh has returned
from a visit to Nashville, accom
panied by her cousin. Miss Florence
Mrs. W. O. Walker of Nashville,
and Mrs M. L. McClure and family,
of Memphis, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. Mary Carthel, of Frierson,
who has been visiting her son in An
uiston, Ala., several weeks, returned
home this week.
Rev. F. B. Webb and family and
the Misses Sheegog, left this week
for Beaver Dam, where they will
spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gartner, Mr.
n nil M rs. J. L. Daimwood, and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Latta went to me
Misses Mary Sue and Sadie Ayde-
lott will leave to-morrow for asn-
villo, to spend a weeK witn relatives
and attend the Centennial.
Mr. James N. Jones, of Tipton-
ville, who lias been with relatives
here, has gone to Midway, ivy., to
visit his neice, Mrs. Henry ,iartin.
Miss Martha Bond of Calendon,
Ark Mrs. Grav ot sumner, m.,
ind Miss Jennie KoiH'its or rratik-
lin, were guests of Mr. J no. A. W al ti
er and family last weeK
Another shipment of stock peas
received this morning. Place your
order before it is too late, as this
will be the last shipment this season
Fruit Jars and Rubbers
At rock-bottom prices.
Call and be convinced.
FRIERSON & EMBRY,
Grocers and .Bondmen,
Phone 107. South Main Street.
Miss Reulah Ussery entertained
last Monday evening compli
mentarv to her iruest, Miss Susie
Ammennan. of Montgomery, Ala
The invited guests spent several
hours in a most enjoyable manner
and at a late hour enticing refresh
ments were se-ved.
Mrs. Allen Guest and little dausrh
ter. of Nashville, are visiting Mr
and Mrs. Eugene Guest.
Wilkes Jones, the little son of Mr
and Mrs. Lafayette Jones, who had
one of his lungs seriously injured
several weeks ago by falling from
fence, was onerated upon for the
second time last Saturday. He
slowly improving, and it is hoped
that he will soon entirely recover.
Will Moonev lias returned from
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Tucker
children have returned from a
to the Centennial.
Stock Pkas! Only a few left. .
It Frikrson & Emhky.
Miss Emma I). Gngsby has been
on the sick list this week.
Mr. Joe Anderson has recovered
from a slight attack of fever.
Mr. Robt. Craig has been confined
to his bed with sickness this week.
Miss Mari Warren, who has been
ill with fever for some -time, is im
proving. A number of colored convicts re
ceived the rites of baptism in Duck
river Sunday afternoon.
Only eighteen couples in Maury
county fell victims to ('lipid's dart
during the month of July.
Mr. E. T. Joyce returned from
Florida this week and has been on
the pick list fi r several days.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
Miss Bessie Daimwood has receiv
ed from a spell of fever, and is
now visiting relatives at Center
The saloon of Mr. C. Erwin Mc-
Eweii, on west side of public square.
as dosed up last week bv a writ of
attachment from the People's Bank
Rev. J. F. Tyler and family have
moved here from Alabama, to make
this place their future home. They
are residing near Columbia on the
Sowell Mill pike.
Frank Borum is responsible for
the statement that nothing but the
high-headed giraffe can live in
Alaska, on the Klondike. Hogs and
other groveling beasts, he says, are
choked with gold dust.
A negro excursion from Nashville
Monday, composed of eight coaches,
flooded the streets of Columbia with
the descendants of Ham and con
siderably increased the number of
boarders at the city calaboose.
Mr. Ab Adkisson is again in the
coal and wood business at his old
stand near the depot. He will han
dle such well-known brands as "Old
Cumberland," "Jelico," "Provi
dence," etc., and solicits the pat
ronage of his friends.
W. T. Wilkes and A. S. Derry-
berry, under the firm name of
Wilkes & Derryberry, will be fully
equipped and ready for business as
undertakers within a few clays. Lo
cation in the Bethell Block on Gar
den street. tf
The government surveying party,
composed of Surveyor Hawkins of
Washington, Messrs. wu Jiutora,
Tate Buford and Ed Vaughn, re
turned Saturday, after surveying a
linp from Columbia to Napier's fur
nace on the N. & F. railroad, and
from there through the country to
the Tennessee River.
The Hkraed is in receipt of a
copy of the Fort Collins Courier,
published at Fort Collins, Col.,
which contains an article telling of
the success of Mr. Edgar R. Bark
ley, a former Maury Countian. Mr.
Barklev left this county about
fifteen years ago and went to the
above named place, where he has
since been in the hardware business
and has built up a large trade.
We will continue our
SUMMER ClXUt AXCE
for another week
in a few day
1)1 tH til.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
and this, our last elfoit to reduce
stock, will be our best.
PRICES HAVE BEEN
CUT IN TWO
on every article, regardless of cost,
our only object being to make room
for new goods soon to arrive.
Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords
at half price to close.
$S.00, W.00 and $10.00 Suits
at $5 00. Can't be duplicated.
l'lirifv 111" Wood. I lie Mil tun ii " ''
CK! V Y' I willuoit!
Omtnitis wiirxiiiMirilin. S'IImi"(ii. Hur
ilock 1'oUc Knot . Ti'ifoliuni iiml Iodide or
I'ntilsh. Mil of which lire know n its possess
lilt; IIP' lies! curative ir.m,rl'c Tor diseiisen
liri-dnii Iron) immire Mood. It n.so stimu
lates tile l.lYr.K. the Hewer .vsll". nnd
throuu'li this oi-uiin helps n.iliiiv throw otT
Impure secretions, Inienrtlni: new life nnd
ciieruv Kor u irenenii -trenul henlnu tonic
nmlsvstein l.uilder this medicine cannot
i M...I vv., use ei rn cure in select imr
the drucsi lull cnier into t lie composit ion of
(i UK K.N WAYS SAKSAI'AKII.I.A.
the best Unit money enn nuv. u is ..
In our house liy llie nesi inciii-u mic..
Modern rhnrnuicv. ami we i miiniii.- .u
for nil discuses of lie.' tu.i AM 1.IVHI.
WOMMtlMlK k 1KV1NK,
Our fall stock of CARPETS and
MATTINGS has just arrived,
and we want it understood that
these iroods were bouy-ht before
the new tarill went into effect:
we are therefore, in a position to
make LOW PRICES, though
there has bena big advance un
der the new bill. We assure you
we are still prepared to do the
carpet business of the town as
A most enjoyable gentian was
given at the I ustitnt" on Thursday
night f l ist week. The following
couples were in attendance: Miss
Louise Dobbins. Ernest Farrell;
Miss Annie Evan, limes. Dobbins;
Miss.Ieane Dobbins. Roy Alexan
der; Miss Minnie Towler, Allison
Webster: Miss Daisy Towler, Wilt
Jones; Miss Virginia Carpenter, Ed.
Mathis; Miss Mnta Mciicmore, iu
Towler; Miss Virginia eoster,
Ed. Henderson; Miss l,va james.
Cheairs Mayes; Miss Leijili im-
thorne, Frank uorum; .miss ruv,r
niaClopton, W. 15. Wooron; mi.
Meadow, Hugh isrown; jiih v e
nelia Jones, Will Webster; Miss
Maggie Hughes, Briggs 3lclomore;
Miss Ethel Hendley, Sam Harlan;
MU Kanip Sheeiroir. Henry hvuns.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Arnold, Mr.
Mrs. II. G. Snarrow ; Mr.
L. B. Hughes, Mr.
Mrs. E. S.
Facts Worth Knowing.
M i;al. Masons fruit jars, per doz. .
quart Masons truii jars, per uoz
On September 8, 1S97, Miss Mary
Baii d will open a preparatory school
for girls and hoys from seven to four
teen years of age. Instruction will
be thorough. She will appreciate
the patronage of her friends and the
public. For further particulars ap
ply to, or address
Miss Maky Baikd,
july2 eowfit Columbia, Tenn.
it lbs nood preserving sugar
li lbs best leaf lard . . . .
0 lbs best seed-tick creen coffee
7 lbs Ai'buekle's, 4-X. or Leverlntr
IS lbs cratttilated suar $1.(HI
1 quart can Silver Nectar syrup 10
:l lb can Dineannle. crated Ill
I' res i hiurar-noose tnoiasses, one
Ilest and freshest turnip seed, per
(i oz. bottle uood snull in
Try our Hed ( iravv Hams. We keep
the tiest stock of vegetables in the town ;
for chickens, etrzs and butter, we are
it hi i r. .v ii ii.tinunii.
llell Telephone Si. North Main Street
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
The Kebekah Lodge of Odd Fel
lows installed the following newly
elected officers lust Friday night:
mi T.ii. Lamar. Noble Grand;
'mi'., t ,w.r Tniincr. Vice Grand: Ben
i n,ni. Secretary: Mrs. Laura
riio lilmiibia Lodge I. O. 1
.,i....b.i iin.l intalled the following
.,(vir,r0 l ist week : Theo. Dowell, N
"I'".' " " , , , ,
ii si Alcorn. . v.; u.
' ' ' .1.
lien lia.arus, in.iv
Vaughn & Alexander have made
the following shipments since our
last issue: Saturday, 1 load of cat
tle from Pleasant Grove to Louis
ville; Wednesday, 1 load of hogs
from Godwin to Birmingham; yes
terday, 1 load of cattle and hogs
from Columbia to Birmingham.
Messrs. Allen and Cook shipped a
mixed car of cattle and sheep from
Godwin last Saturday.
Mr. Hudson, representing the
fnrni of Martin Thompson & Co., of
Xew Orleans. La., was here last
week and purchased 200 sugar mules
1S5 from W. P. Halliday and Will
Ridley, and the remainder from J.
W. Howard & Co. Mr. Hudson will
be here again Monday to purctia
more large-sized mules.
best Hour made-
A suitable reward will be paid for
the return of a mule, hranueii m
on the left jaw. to the Stock ards.
Said mule having strayed from the
pasture oi juuo n. -
UnVcrs McLemore will leave in a
few days for West Virginia, where
he will' spend sometime visiting, and
from there he will go to Charlottes
ville, to enter the University of ir
ginia. Mr. T. N. Figures, Jr., who have
been at Primms for the past week,
will return home to-morrow and will
leave Monday for Canipneiis tainui
to take charge of the public school
at that place.
Miss Carrie Barker, who has been
quite sick, has gone to Primms to
spend several days. During her ab
sence the Citizens" Telephone ex
,.. mi!'., will be in charge of Misses
Blue Seal is
Because it is the lie
kneads and rises best.
J. W. HoWAKlt & Co.
ua Voss and Rebecca Irvine.
Mrs. O. W. David, after a visit to
Mrs. Mattie Cooke, left Wednesday
night for Birmingham, where she
will spend the remainder of the sum
mer. She will return iu the fall to
ber home in Waco. Texas, accom
panied by Mrs.' Cooke.
Last Sunday afternoon about 3
o'clock, a bolt of lightning, which
came from an almost cloudless sky,
got into Maurice's tailor-shop on
West Seventh street in some
mysterious manner, and, after tear
ing a hole in the celling as large as
a man's hat, took its departure as un
ceremoniously as it had come. Mr.
Maurice was in his shop at the time,
but was unhurt; it is needless to say.
however, that the terrific crash and
the Hying plaster made him wish
Mint he was somewhere else.
Strange to say, the house did not I
catch fire, and no other damage was
done except the hole made in the ;
500.000 Bushels of Wheat j
Wanted 'by the City Grain Feed
Co., delivered at McLemore's Corn
Mills, or on cars at any railroad sta
tion. City Grain & FekhCo. . tf
Mr. Mary Jusepliliifi 'Towley.
Mrs. Mary Josephine Cowley, wife
of Mr J. L. Cowley, departed tins
life at her home on Ninth street last
Monday morning at 9::H) o'clock,
after a long and painful illness, the
cause of death being organic heart
disease. The funeral services were
conducted in the First Methodist
Church Tuesday at 4 p. m. by Rev
F. B. Webb, the pastor, Dr. Kelley,
beittir absent, and the remains were
laid to rest in Rose Hill Cemetery
Mrs. Cowley was the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. 15. Woodside, and leaves
five brothers and sisters Messrs
Harrv. William and Edward Wood
side. Miss Louise Woodside, and
Mrs. Wiley Hokeof Nashville and
two children, Ben and Fanny. She
was for a number of years a mem
ber of the First Methodist Church
in this city, and, although the hand
of affliction for a long time rested
heavily noon her, she submitted
patiently under the chastening rod
and bore her affliction with a Chris
tian's fortitude. The bereaved fain
ily have the sincerest sympathy of a
large number of friends.
Mr. G. M. Henton is conducting
the men's noon-day prayer-meetings
The union services will be held at
the first Presbyterian Church next
The session of the First Presbyte
rian Church will arrange to have
the pulpit supplied each Sabbath
at. 11 o'clock a. m. during Rev. F. B.
Mr. J. P. Street has conducted the
prayer-meetings at the Second Pres
byterian cnurcn nuring me inonin
of July. The meetings are beid
each Tuesday night, beginning
promptly at 8 o'clock.
Elder E.J. Meacham, of Colum
bia, has been here the past week.
He will begin his worK as eiuer oi
the Christian Church at this place
the first of October. Marsh ill
A protracted meeting will com
mence in the South Columbia M. E.
Church next Sunday morning, con
ducted by Rev. Mr. Blanton, of
Nashville. Services will he held both
morning and evening, and every
body is invited to attend and take
In the absence of Dr. Kelley. his
pulpit at the First Methodist Church
' ' .....1.1 Jill.. I 1.. L.'.,..
WHS very aceepiii'iiy mien nini nun-
dav morning by Mr. Lem Long, Jr.,
of Mt. Pleasant. The public mani
fested their interest in tins young
divine by giving him a fine audience
and marked attention, and lie re
warded them with a practical, sen
sible, Godly discourse. well
delivered. Mr. Long is just 21 years
old now, and contemplates several
more years at college, where his
past record gives his friends an
earnest hope of a bright future for
Following is the fourth round for
Quarterly conferences in the Colum
Chestnut (irove, July, 'M, and Aug.
Taylor's (.'Impel, August
1-orest drove, Septem iter .. .
South Columhin, September
Kichlmul circuit, October ...
Fall Hiver circuit, October...
Prospect circuit, October . .
The following party of young peo
ple, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. A.,
P. Morgan, will leave Tuesday for a
week's stay at Beaver Dam Springs;
Misses Linda Frierson, Louise IXib
hins, Marv Black, Mina McLemore,
Virginia Webster, Virginia Carpen
ter, Ethel Hendley, Daisy Towler,
Minnie Towler, Bessie Hendley;
Dr. J. T. Meadows, Messrs. Ulna
Foster, Bruce Cochran, truest
Farrel, Sam Williams, Frank
Borum, Sam Harlan, Will Towler
and Will Webster.
Franklin Review-Appeal: Miss.
Bessie Walker entertained very
handsomely last Thursday evening
in honor of her visiting friends,
Misses Olivia Barrow and Emma D.
Grigsby, of Columbia. There was
quite a' large number of her friends
from hev and elsewhere present.
Miss Bessie and her charming young
friends, already having nn enviable
position in our local society circle,
gained a still more desirable place
by their reception that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Adkisson
entertained the following party
from Bigbwille several days this
week: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
ender, Mrs. Mary Pender. Nick
ender, and Misses Laura. Holder,
Birdie and Emma Pender.
l'he Sans Souci Society was de
lightfully entertained by Miss Cor
nelia Jones last Hnd.iy night. Re
freshments were served during the
Mrs. Hattie Join's entertained
few friends on Monday evening la
miplluientary to Miss Meadow,
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J. H. Stkwaht, P. !:
Bushels of wheat wanted. Sieo us
quick. Sattkh ki ki.d & Dodko.n
C. W. KLEIN
,li:VH KK anil
Hy nn entirely tn
process I am ennlih
to innk mi accurate lit. In mosi ens,
w ithout the use of Atropine or nny ntln
druir w hntever. IVrniinieiil ly located nt
Novell v Mllllnerv More, i omnium, i.-in.
Lawrence Molloy, the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Molloy, died
at the home of his parents near
Soring Hill on Tuesday, July 2d, at
Hp. in. The funeral services were
conducted by Rev. T. Jell Dixon,
and the remains were
Spring Hill Cemetery.
Cheapest Line ofc-
ScIiikiI Hunks. Scliiinl Supplies,
llnskels, Niilflitls. ell'., lie.
Wall 1'iinrr. ".'(', n',r, "''', rtr.
Jlililcx .'lie; 'I'isIii iiifitt.i it."r.
Itifl ml ttrt imi in 1 1" ii umiks.
Jlniir-st J iilil: I in J mill n.,i
inavH A. I. l'KIKKSO.N.
Succial Prices in Millinery.
For the next lid days wo will sell
. - . .
our stocK oi mid-sumer .mnuieiy
at half prce. Special bargains in
trimmed hats and sailors. Do Miss
CakhoI.I, the honor to call.
Entrance through store of McKentton,
Anderson iV ! osier.
IlellicU IIuisi( Hai-bcr Miop, (Jimlen St.
Give me a call. W.M. Ti t k, Prop, tl
lined Mil.. 1.
James Wilson, alias Ting. Porter,
(colored ). who shot Horace Stock
ard (colored) while playing with a
pistol near the depot last I hursday,
was arrested on a cnarge oi recMes
shooting and lined sflo by Judge
Irwin, stockard was not seriously
Honors World's Fair.
The remains of Mr. George W.
Guinn, who died at Brentwood Sun
day, were brought to Columbia Mon
day and interred in Rose Hill Ceme
tery, the funeral services being con
ducted at the grave by Rev W. D.
Wendel. Deceased was a brother
to Mrs. Taylor Peters, of this city.
Dee Jones, Black Shot and Be
Fry, all colored, gave Squire Sanders
the slip at Rock Springs last
Sunday afternoon, and skipped to
parts unknown. At last accounts
they were still enjoying their liberty
The first two named were serving
out a sentence for breaking into Tom
Shaw's saloon, sometime during the
P. S. Since the above was put in
type we learn that two of the fugi
tives returned to camp, saying that
they had simply gone home to see
their relatives. '
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Crenm of Tsrt.ir PowJer. Fne
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 Years the Standard.