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THE COLUJM1S1A IIKWA1J): Fill HAY. Al'(il'ST 13, l-i7.
Hi; Dau 01 Wonaers
THE STORY IS SHOUT.
No superfluity f words, just plain
facts. We overshot the mark
bought too many Oxford and San
dal Slippers, etc. Here's the way
we Ret rid of the surplus.
On Saturday and pioimay,
TWENTY-FOUR Pairs Infants' and
Children's Tan and Chocolate San
dal Strap Slippers, (worth $1.00 if
they're worth lc) sizes 5 to 8, at (We.
TWENTY - FOUR Pairs Childs'
Chocolate, Tan and Black Oxfords
and One Strap Sandal Slippers,
sizes 9 to 12 00c
TEN Pairs Chocolate Sandal
pers, swell heels, finest Vici
custom-made, sizes 2!- and 3 only.
($1.75 goods) at only. Wvt
TWENTY-FOUR Pairs only, black
Vici Kid Strap Sandals, sizes 3,
3, 4. -i1, 5, fi, (dirt cheap at $1.50)
Coin Toes and regular heels, at
TWENTY-NINE Pairs only. Dark
Chocolate and Russett Oxfords
Ties, Coin and New Toes, sizes 3
to 6, (good $1.60 value) at only 8!)c.
THIRTY-THREE Pairs Chocolate
and Russett Oxfords (the regular
$2.00 kind) sizes 3 to 5, at only $1.25.
TWENTY-SIX Pairs only, Black
and Chocolate Oxfords and San
dals, sizes 2 to B, at 9'Jc.
FORTY - SIX Pairs Oxfords and
Shoes, Odds and Ends, broken
sizes, but numerous styles of our
$3.00 and $2.60 shoes. You can
have them at $1.60.
Clapp and Rockland's finest made
custom 6tock not all sizes, but most
of the popular ones. Not all styles,
but some of the best; if your size is
here, the price will catch you; $2.89
for $5.00 and $6.00 shoes.
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
A. M. Pulley.
Mr. Al. M. Bailey died at his resi
dence one mile south of Spring Hill,
last Wednesday at 8:60 p. m., in the
65th vear of his ae:6. Deceased had
been ill with pneumonia for several
weeks, and his death, although not
unexpected, was a sad shock to his
lnirion of friends. The funeral ser
vices were conducted at the resi
dence yesterday morning, and his
remains were brought to Columbia
in the afternoon and interred in
Rose Hill Cemetery with Masonic
honors. Mr. Bailey for a number of
years occupied a position as con
ductor on the Louisville & Nash
ville railroad, and was widely
known, and always regarded with
the highest esteem by everyone
He was a man of unswerving in
togrity, possessing in a degree
worthy of emulation those principles
most to be admired in a true man.
He leaves a wife and two sons
Messrs. Martin and Walter Bailey
who have the deepest sympathy of
their friends in their bereavement.
John Carroll, a former resident of
this place, died at Webb, Miss., on
the 30th day of July last. Deceased
was well known in Columbia, hav
ing followed the plasterer's trade
here for several years.
The many friends of Mr. Joe
Ketchum sympathize with him in
the death of lite mother, Mrs. T. J.
Ketchum. who departed this life at
Cornersville on August 4.
For the Host Wheat.
We pay over the market price for
line wiieat. ashius jku. h
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE!
If not disposed of privately before
that time, I will, on
Tuesday, October 5, 1897,
on the premises, located three miles
east of Spring Hill, in the Eleventh
Civil District of Williamson County,
Tennessee, at 11 a. m., olfer at public
sale to the highest and best bidder,
the farm of the late Mrs. E. L. Wade,
Containing W0 Acres,
more or less. This farm is well im
proved, has 3(50 acres tillable land,
with more than 200 acres of the re
mainder in blue-grass. Running
stock water is accessible from any
part of the farm, with numerous,
never failing springs. This land will
first be ottered in lots and then as a
whole, whichever way brings the
best price, shall be accounted the
Terms of Sale:
One-third cash and the balance in
one and two years with interest from
January 1, 1S'.S, at which time pos
session will be given. The right
to sow wheat will be granted the pur
chaser, barring damage to growing
crops. J0HN r. WADE,
Aaron White has returned to
Wash Blackburn is here fr
Clyde Latta and Monte Farlss
Ed Baird is with relatives
W. S. Fleming. Esq., is
Mr. W. M. Shields has returned
from Lynn ville.
Mr. W. A. Howard is in Guthrie,
Ky., on business.
Mrs. Ilattie Jones is
Mrs. W. A. Henderson has return
ed from Lewisburg.
Miss Willie Figures returned this
week from Toronto.
Mrs. H. (5. Evans and family have
gone to Summerlown.
Mr. W. P. Woldridge will return
to-day from Primms.
Miss Nellie Carroll left this week
for Monte Sano, Ala.
Miss Bessie Dale has returned
from Toronto, Canada.
Miss Mamie Hodge is visiting
friends in Murfreesboro.
Miss Jessie White, of Nashville, is
with Mrs. E. (J. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P.arr left Wed
nesday for Estill Springs.
Hon. A. M. Hughes, Jr., returned
to Washington Wednesday.
Lee Vaughan and Jake Harlan
spent last week at Beaver Dam.
Miss Inna Everett, of Union City,
is visiting Mrs. B. A. Satterfleld.
Frank Nicholson was in Nashville
several days thi" week on business.
Miss Bianca Czapski of Louisville,
is visiting friends at the Athena-uin
Misses Allen and Smith, of Clarks
ville, are visiting friends in the city
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Maxwell re
turned this week from Summertown
Miss Bessie Alcorn, of Illinois, is
on a visit to Mr. O. 8. Alcorn and
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Figuers and
Miss Mary Dale have gone to
Willison Frierson and Jim Oart
ner are snendinir two weeks at
Mr. O. P. Rutledge is spending
several days in Lawrence county on
Mr. Joe Tucker and family re
turned Sunday from a week s visit
Mr. Jno. Scrufnrs, of Nashville, has
been the truest of Mr. W. J. Moore
and family this week.
Miss Genie Mitchell .has returned
from a visit to Misses Joe and Olivia
Foster at Cater's Creek.
Mr. D. W. Petri will move his
family to Columbia from Nashville
on the 1st of September.
Mr. Allen Landies. of W. D. Orr'
dry goods store, spent several days
in Lewisburg tins weeK.
Mr. John Burnett of Hopkinsville
Kv.. is visltincr friends at summer
town and Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. W. B. Greenlaw and Masters
William and Provine, have returned
from a visit to Spring Hill
Misses Ella Cox and Irene Kippax
returned Monday from a visit
Miss Willie Cox, of Pulaski.
Mr. Otis G. Rayn, of the Giles
County Record, favored the Herald
with a call last Wednesday.
Mrs. John Witherspoon and chil
dren of Nashville, are guests of Dr.
and Mrs. Dixon at Ashwood.
Mrs. W. P. Woldridge and Miss
Louise spent several days this week
with relatives at Dark's Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Boardman, of
Owensboro Ky., were visiting Dr.
Biddle and family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Eiclien, of
Olney, 111., are spending a week
with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 8. Alcorn.
D D. C. Kellev returned this
wee c irom an exienueu u u ii
lormto, Canada, and otlier places.
Me?srs. Wriley Warfleld, John
Scruggs, 11. b. ana Clarence
Alexander left Tuesday for Beaver
Mr. I. 8. Chauncey, after a pro
tracted visit to his sister, Mrs. Geo.
S. Alcorn, left this week tor JNew
Cheairs Mayes, Innis Dobbins,
and W. B. Wooten went to Beaver
Dam last Saturday and returned
William Evans leaves to-day for
St. Louis, Mo., where He win spenu
ten days with Mr. and Mrs. wm
Misses Eoline and Nanie Waters
and little brother William, of Nash
ville, are visiting at Mrs. M. M.
Miss Annie Czapski, the society
editor of the Louisville Post, was
th truest of Mrs. R. G. Sparrow last
Misses Katie and Mary Wilkes,
Aftor nn extended visit to Mrs. O. A
Harriett, of Milwaukee, Wis., have
Miss Jean Dobbins will leave to
dnv for Summertown, where for a
week or two she will be the guest
of Mrs. H. G. Evans.
Mrs. R. C. Gant, of Columbia,
nrrivpri to-dav. She is accompanied
l.w iipr handsome daughter, Miss
Marv. Chattanooga News.
Mr. J. P. Street left yesterday for
Nashville, where he will spend a rew
davs, and from there win go
Monteagle to take a vacation.
Mr Vrmikie Collier and Miss
Alexander, who have been
visiting relatives and friends
Nashville, have returned home.
Mr mwl In. John Bums have as
tipirViiPst Mrs. W. P. Burns and
nhilHn.n of Kbit Woods. Teun., and
Mrs. Tennle Alexander of Texas
City Marshall Latta went up to
Nashville Saturday and returned
Tuesday with Mrs. Latta, who had
bi-i'ii visiting there for several days.
Missis Christine Watkins. nnie
Evans, Mary Rains and Cornelia
Jones, left last Tuesday for a visit, to
Mrs. Henry Martin, at Midway, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ruttle and
little daughter, who have been on an
;: f PATRONAGE
Is as sensitive as the compass.
It turns to the best equipped
Drug Store and the most compe
tent Prescriptionists as natural-
,ly and truly as the needlepoints
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
extended trip to Toronto, Canada,
and Boston, are expected home this
Mrs. J. C. Wooten, Miss Emma
and Master Elmer have returned
from several weeks visit to Sum
mertown and relatives in North Ala
Mr. J. J. Stephenson has returned
from Midway, Ky. Mrs. Stephen
son has trone to Atlantic City, where
she will join Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
Mr. Hugh L. McClung and Miss
Webb of Knoxville. daughter of the
srroom, attended the Webb Yeat
man marriaire at Asnwood Wed
Mrs. A. N. Akin and Mrs. Annie
White have been in attendance at
the Middle Tennessee Sunday-
School Association in Lewisburg
Rev. A. L. Davis and nephew,
Master Oscar Davis, left Monday
for Wooly Springs, Ala., where they
will join Mrs. Davis and spend sev
eral weeks visiting.
Mr. R. W. Watkins has returned
from Primms. Mrs. Watkins, Miss
Maggie Ingram and Mr. John Bur-
lett or Hopkinsville, will return
from Summertown to-day.
Judge E. D. Looney and County
Court Clerk J. F. Wiley, accompa
nied by his sister Mrs. Addie Moore.
andMiss Addie Sims Bennett, at
tended the Centennial on Magis
Mrs. W. E. Brown, of Salem, Va.,
and Mrs. Annie Myers, of Memphis,
are spending several weeks with
their mother, Mrs. Win. Pillow. Mr.
Walter Pillow, of Greenwood, Miss.,
was also here several days during
the past week, but has returned to
his home in Mississippi.
Mr. F. Neil Hughes reached here
this week from Baltimore, Md., and
will be Assistant Postmaster under
Mr. Fariss. Mr. Hughes1 friends are
ulad to have him return to Colum-
bia.and his appointment as Assistant
Postmaster will be generally accep
table. Mrs. Hughes and their little
child will arrive next month.
Mr. F. Sasscer. the talented editor
of the Prince George's Enquirer
Cnper Marlboro, Md., with his wife
and two sons, were registered at the
Bethell House last Saturday, on
their way to visit the family of Mr.
T.J. Dor'sett at Williamsport, where
Mrs. Sasscer and the children will
remain for several weeks. Mr.
Sasscer returned home last Monday.
And keep posted by reading
our "ad" each week. We can
fatten you and your pocket
book at the same time, for our
large stock of groceries is fresh,
pure and wholesome and our
prices are reasonable. Head
quarters for salt and for bar
ley, rye and all field seeds. We
wan't your trade and want to
Frierson k Embry,
'Phone 107. South Main Street.
Hack from Heaver Dam.
A happier, more buoyant coterie
of young people never breathed the
nure air nor drann ot tne neaitn-
giving waters of Reaver Dam, than
the party oi uoiumoians wno re
turned from that place yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Morgan were the
chaperones, the party being com
posed of the following couples: Miss
Linda Frierson, Ulna Foster; Miss
Louise Dobbins. Bruce Cochran;
Miss Mary Black, Ernest Farrell;
Miss Mina McLemor, Sam Will
iams; Miss Virginia Webster, Dr. J.
T. Meadors; Miss Virginia Carpen
ter, Frank Borum ; Miss Ethel Hend
ley, Sam Harlan; Miss Minnie Tow
ler, Will Webster; Miss Bessie
Don't Quarrel With the Coot!
And kick down the stove, but
buy"BLCE Seal11 only and your
troubles will cease. tt
The Citizens1 Telephone line keeps
spreadin?. They have just finished
the removal of the Frierson switch
board, which means that all 'phones
formerly on that exchange includ
ing the Isoin Store and Hampshire
lines are now connected directly
with the exchange at Columbia. To
make this change necessitated the
use nf nearly KX) miles of new wire,
but the subscribers will be fully re
paid by better service. The good
people "of the Williamsport neigh
borhood are at work on their line.
Snowy white is "Ashton's Best."
These nights are delightful for
Mr. Henry Harlan hasbeu on the
sick list this week.
Miss Annie Lou Houser, who has
been quite sick, is improving.
The encampment of Odd Fellows
worked in the degrees last Friday
The Nashville American of last
Tuesday reports Mrs. Irene Ingram
as being quite ill. '
It is the duty of every good citizen
to register. 'I he books are now open
and will be until Aug. P.).
Mrs. Horace Rainey is sick with
the fever. Her little daughter Mary
continues to improve slowly.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the hest of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
Polk Roan. an employe at the Pump
Factory, fell and broke two of his
ribs while at work last Friday.
The article in another column,
headed "Thinking and Character,"
is well worth anybody s reading.
The Cotton Mill is closed down
tli is week and next, for repairs on
the engine and other machinery.
At its regular monthly meeting
last Tuesday night, the Maury
County Building & Loan Association
loaned out $2,5lR).
Harry Austin of Richmond, Ind.,
is expected here soon, to take a part
nership witn w in. ruck in the bar
Henry Evans, who has been with
the Pluenix Bank, has accepted a
position with the Columbia Water
and Light Co.
Mr. George Bailey brought to the
H'Kkald olllce this week a peach
twig twelve inches long, on which
there were fourteen well-developed
Judging from the methods of the
Cumberland Telephone and Tele
gragph Company, the Dingley bill
must have declared a tariff on hellos.
Mrs. Carrie Mitchell has been
quite sick at her home on High
street, but is about well now. and
has gone to Napier's to spend a few
Nat Wilkes, who has been with
the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank,
has quit that position toenter school
at Bull Buckle. Arthur Porter is
filling his place.
M'ss Mary Gant, of Maury county,
is the reigning beauty of Lookout
Inn at present. Mies Gant is one of
the most queenly women in the
State, and is exceedingly lovely.
You had better come in and get
one of Bob Taylor's books free, be
fore they are all gone. Every mem
ber of the family, from the oldest to
the youngest, will enjoy reading it.
if or particulars and conditions, see
our premium offer.
Miss Genie Mitchell will leave the
first of September for Kansas City,
where she will enter the Hcarrett
Bible School. This school qualifies
for missionary work, and it pupils
are appointed by the Methodist Con
Mr. N. H. Cheairs, who was ap
pointed Coal Oil Inspector by Gov
Taylor several months ago, vice N
E. Due. gave bond in the county
court this week in the sum ot $5,000.
Messrs. E. H. Hatcher and T. N.
Figuers are his bondsmen.
Mr. and Mrs. A, N. Akin have
rented the John Trotwood Moore
place on the Mt. Pleasant pike -and
Mr. Moore and Mrs. Allen are
boarding with thein. Mr. and Mrs
Akin are rebuilding, and will re.
turn to their own home about the
first of 1898.
County Court Clerk Wiley has
notified merchants handling cigars
and fruits that he has obtained from
Comptroller Harris an agreement
not to enforce the collection of the
special privilege tax until the
Supreme Court has passed on the
constitutionality of the act, which
was passed by the last Legislature.
The many friends of Mrs. H. I.
Arnold sympathize with herover the
death of her bright pet cat last Mon
day. The cause of this tragic event
was a fall from the window of its
owner's room in the Bethell House
to the pavement below three sto
ries. It was so seriously hurt that,
notwithstanding every effort of love
and surgical skill, it had to be killed
to be put out of its suffering.
We are authorized by Prof. H. E
Woodside, of Columbia, to state that
he will take the school at Waynes
boro, and will be here soon to ar
range preliminaries. Mr. Woodside,
we are informed, is a graduate ot tne
Webb school, which fact recom
mends him as a young man who has
been subjected to: a trying and tlior
ough course of mental training. He
is also a graduate of the University
of Tennessee. He is well prepared
and proposes to maintain a high
grade institution in our midst
We will continue our
for another week. We will leave
in a few days to purchase
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
and this, our last effort 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' ami Misses' Oxfords
at half price to close.
$S.00, . and $10.00 Suits
at $5.00. Can't be duplicated.
Our fall stock of CARPETS and
MATTINGS has just arrived,
and we want it understood that
these goods were bought before
the new tariff went into effect;
we are therefore, in a position to
make LOW PRICES, though
there has been a big advance un
der the new bill. We assure you
we are still prepared to do the
carpet business of the town as
U the Time!
lllllOll. till' f,Ul lit Hi II "f lif"-
GKKF.N WAV'S will 1 It !
Contains snrsiipiiriUn. Si llllniriii. Hnr
nck Poke Knot . Trifolhini iiml lorhde of
Polnsli. III! ol i -1 1 mi' Known us pnssf-s.
inn tin' lii'sl ell rill ive iro.. i! i"s lor disi'iiscs
iirisiiin Iron) iiiiihiiv ninu'i. 11 m i miiiiu-
IiiK 'stlii' I.lYl li. I"'' si'W'i svsiriii. iiini
hronuli this ormin helps nitiure iiii-nw on
impure seerelions. inlimri nitf new in.' iiiui
energy. Kor n ueiienil si ivnni hen inn tonie
n nil system luiililer tins meilieino ennnol
lie exeelU'il. We use exlni enre in seieeuu
I lit' limits thai enter in In Hi'' eom posit ion of
(i liK T.N WAV'S SA lis A l'Alt 1 U.A,
the best Hint money eiin liuv. It is milile
in our house In 1 he lies! nn'1 Invl known ti
Moilem Phiirinney. nnil we iveoinnientl it.
for nil diseases of I he lu.oon and i.i vkk.
wOLDHIlHiK IK VINE,
Wednesday of this week, at the
noon-day hour.at "Hamilton Place,"
Col. H. C. Yeatman's residence near
Ashwood. Rev. A. C. Kilheffer, of
St. Peter s Church, Columbia, said
the beautiful Episcopal marriage
ceremony, uniting the lives and des
times of Miss Mamie PolK leatman
and Mai. Thomas Shapard Webb
It was one of those quiet, elegant,
home weddings, with only a few
relatives and most intimate friends
E resent, followed by a wedding
reakfast, after which Maj. and
Mrs. Webb left for an extended
Eastern tour, before returnini? to
Knoxville. where they will make
The South is the nursery for the
most cultured women of this earth,
and Maury County is the central
spot of that glorious civilization.
And among all those who make good
our claim to this proud title, not one
in all the county's history may take
a higher rank than Miss Mamie Polk
Aristocratic by birth, patrician in
features, cultured by associations,
by travel and by study, she blended
with those outward graces the sweet
womanly traits of bing a most duti
ful daughter and devoted sister to
the younger members of her family.
So beautiful has been her home life,
so nicely lias she blended her public
and private, her social and home
duties; so quietly, modestly ana yet
perfectly lias developed her charac
ter, that unconsciously but admit-
edly she stood one among a host
wherever she went as the perfect
embodiment of that highest typo of
the human kind, a typical .Southern
The groom is a lawyer by profes
sion, and a stock raiser near Knox
ville, where lie owns a handsome
estate. He occupies a proud posi
tion in the ranks of his profession,
and in social ciriles is an ack nowl-
The marriage of Miss Eulalia
Walker to Mr. Will Ross Walker
has been announced. The ceremony
wil 1 take place at the residence of
the bride's father, Mr. J. E. Walker,
near McCains' on next W ednesday,
August 18, at 3 p. m.
A verv delightful affair was the
hayride iriven last Thursday night,
complimentary t0 iss Jennie
Rossettof Memphis, the charming
guest of tlie Misses Laz.uiH. Those
that participated were Mr. and Mrs.
A. Simuels, Misses Henrietta and
Annie La.'irus, lUTtlia .and Keheeca
Rosenthal. Annie Maxvil and
Rachel llarker; Messrs. N. and A.
Hirsch, Sam Green, M. Rothschild,
A. Bauman, I), llogatzky, ana it.
Mayer. After thoroughly enjoying
the moonlight and the smoothness
of the Nashville pike, the merry
party alighted at the Sulphur spring
where dancing was engaged in until
"the witching hour of midnight."
Mrs. A. Samuels entertained at
whist lat Saturday evening, com
plimentary to Miss Rossettof Mem
phis. Miss Henrietta Lazarus at
tained the highest score, Miss
Hertha Rosenthal the booby.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis gave an
entertainment at their residence on
North Garden street last luesday
night, complimentary to Miss Bessie
Alcorn, of Illinois, and Miss Jessie
White of Nashville. Refreshments
Little Miss Jauie Henderson en
tertained a number of her friends
last Wednesday afternoon at the
home of her parents on the Lewis
burg pike. Interesting games were
indulged in and nice refreshments
Special Prices in Millinery.
For the next GO days wo will sell
our stock of mid-sumer Millinery
at half pr'ce. Special bargains in
trimmed hats and sailors. Do Miss
Carboll the honor to call.
Entrance through store of McKennon
Anderson A: Foster.
The Fanners' mut Men-hunts' Hank.
We call attention to the statement
elsewhere in this issue of the Farm
ers' and Merchant' Rank. Com
pared with its statement of lnt
April a vear ago. it shows a remark
able growth. Their statement in
April WW, shows total resources
$108,000; their resources now are
$lK),80o. Their deposits last April
were $K2.0n0. Now they are $1.77,
!)82. These flirures tell tins story of
th irrowth. the popularity and th
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Facts Worth Knowing.
K (jal. Masons fruit Jars, per doz ... .60
1 quart .Masons trim jars, per aoz . . ..-
l lbs irood preserving sugar $1.00
17 lbs best leaf lard $1.00
!i lbs best seed-tick green coffee $1.00
7 lbs Arbuckle s, or levering
18 lbs eranulatt-d sugar $l.oo
1 quart can Silver Nectar syrup 10
:i lb can pineapple, grated .10
r resli sugar-iiouse nioiasses, iioc
quality, at M
Hest and freshest turnip seed, per
ti oz. bottle good snuff 10
Just received, a big lot country ba
con, which we will sell CHKAP.
Bell Telephone . North Main Street.
prosperity of the
Farmers' and Mer-
C. W. KLEIN.
Hy an entirely new
procexs I Hill enabled
to make an accurate tit, lu most cnsen
without the use of Atropine or any oilier
druif whatever. Permanently UK-men at
Novelty Millinery More, Columbia, Tenn
As the Time Is Now On
for making pickle, r have for
you all the spices, both mixed
and straight. Also good coun
try apple vinegar.
Try a sack of our "White Loaf
or "Farmers' Choice" Flour.
It's awful the way we do sell
Sugar and Molasses. If you
have not tried us, give us tt
trial and bo happy. Oot any
thing to ell? "See?"
tf W. K. McKEXNON,
Slu-ppard's old stand.
An Aiitlinicticnl l'mlilem.
If the Cumberland Telephone
Company increases its rental $(1 a
year to each subscriber when the
Hell Company reduced the price on
each instrument $12 a year, how
much would the public have to pay
if the Hell Company were to furnish
instruments free to the Cumberland
Telephone corporation? Nash ville
Ml ( cnls I'er Hiisiii-I.
Wheat sold on this nnrket yester
day at HO cents per bushel. The
tendency is still upward, and the
farmers who are holding their grain
think they sec the $1 mark in the
not very cistant future.
Up to yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock there had been l',V votes
registered in this district. Of this
number 4W1 were white and 256
colm ed ; 542 inside the corporation
and l!M outside. Registration will
close next Thursday, the 19th, but
the books will be kept open on the
20th to correct any errors, should any
and hope to make connection within I occur. Messrs. T. I.. Licscomb and
Ail Unfortunate Accident.
While Mr. E. C. Perry and Miss
Louise Craik were returning from
an entertainment at the Arsenal last
Friday night, about 12 o'clock, a
wagon driven by a negro named
Chas. Embry, collided with their
buggy, smashing the vehicle and
throwing both occupants to the
ground. MissCraik's shoulder was
dislocated, and Mr. Perry received
several very paiufull injuries. Miss
Craik was driven to the residence of
Dr. Ilobt. Pillow, where her shoulder
was reset, and, we are glad to report
that she has been improving steadily
since. Mr. Perry is still confined to
his room, his bruises being very
painful but not dangerous. We
wish both parties a speedy recovery.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
the next 20 days. The line to Spring
Hill is also 'i course of construction.
John Jackson are Commissioners
Jame J. Griffin to Miss Finelia
Thomas Shapard Webb to Miss
Mary Polk Yeatman.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pureCtape Crenm of Tartar Towder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or try other adulterant
40 Years tlie Standard.