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THE COLUMBIA II Eli ALU: FUIDAY. SEPTEMHEli 10 KSUT
To Show You the .Most Heauti
1'ul Line of Woolen and
Silk Dress (Joods in 11u
Our stock is lull of new things,
well selected and can be
readily adapted to
Our buyer is home a ga in, and
tells us that he made this t lie
effort of his life, and now we are
ready to show you tin; outcome
of his trip. Ho come at once and
let us give you a look at the
PKETTY NEW (MODS,
and get your pick of the season
before your neighbor buys that
Hero are some good things,
such as all mothers and house
keepers will need, and you can
buy them way clown cheap from
Saturday and iiimay Only.
Full standard Indigo Calico,
(i4x(i4 cloth, new goods and
new styles -l'c.
New Duck Suitings, all colors,
worth 12'jjC, our price
Pretty Sheer White Goods, 40
inches wide and worth 15c,
"Cachemire de Paris," the best
wash fabric of the season, 32
inches wide, beautiful pat
terns, and just the thing for
wrappers and drosses, worth
15c, our price H'.jc
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
The Wheat Market.
Wheat sold for 90 cents per bushel
on the Columbia market yesterday.
Whether it will go higher or not, is
a matter about which no one knows,
but it is generally thought that the
grain will "hold its own" for the
Shorthorn Heifers for Sale.
Several Shorthorn heifers for sale.
Call to see them out at my farm near
Dark s Mills, or for particulars, ad
dress, Maky W. Ikvixe, Executrix.
'J 3 2t.
Culled Meeting or the I niteil Daught
ers of the Confederacy.
A called meeting of the United
Daughters or the Confederacy is
made for the ISth of September at
Mrs. Ellen Dunnlngton s at 4 p. m.
A full attendance is requested as a
new Vice President, to supply the
place of Miss Yea t man, is to be
elected and other matters of im
portance to the Chapter will be dis
cussed. As we have an empty treas
ury the subject of giving a public
dinner to raise funds will be dis
cussed. Mrs. N. R. HiiRPi'Aitn,
As the Time Is Now On
for making pickle, wr. have for
vou all the sr-ices, both mixed
and straight. Also good coun
try apple vinegar.
Try a sack of our "White Loaf"
or "Fanners' Choice" Flour.
It's awful the way we do sell
Sugar and Molasses. If you
have not tried us, give
trial and be happy. Got
thing to sell? "See?"
Sheppard's old stand
Rev. and Mrs. W.D. Wendel spent
two or three days at the Centennial
this week, and went from there to
Tullahoma. where Mr. Wendel will
oftlciate at the Bean-Cook nuptials
next w ednesday.
Miss Ruth Haves, of Nashville, is
with relatives here.
Miss Willie Blair is visiting rela
tives at Thompson Station.
Mrs. J. M. Hunter, of Mt. Pleas
ant, was the iruest of Mrs. John
Hunter this week.
LAND TO RENT
On Brown Farm, to be sown
down in wheat.
For particulars apply at thi
v lo it
Frank Dale was here this week.
Mr. S. H. Voss is in Florence, Ala.
lion. A. M. Hughes, Jr., is in the
Mr. William Tuck is in Nashville
George Hough, of Chicago, was
hero this week.
Miss Maggie Green is with rela
tives in the country.
Miss Florida Franklin is the guest
of the Misses Sheegog.
Mr. S. P. Payne was in Franklin
this week on business.
Miss Clara Thompson lias returned
from a visit to Nashville.
Mr. Newt Vaughn was in Louis
ville last week on business.
Miss Maggie Rritton, of Lavergne,
is the guest of Mrs. Muriel.
Mr. A. 15. Rains spent Wednesday
and Thursday in Nashville.
Dr. J. A. Edwards is spending
several days in Nashville.
Miss Ressie Hendley has been
visiting in Nashville tins week.
Mr. W. S. Kepler, of Durand,
wis., is visiting Mr. W. W. Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Butts have re
turned from a visit to the country.
Walter Bam has returned from a
visit to his parents in Giles county.
Flav Carpenter has returned to
the Howard Institute, Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. W. N. Hughes and children
have returned from Bailey Springs,
Mr. and Mrs. Octie Cherry, of
Nashville, are visiting relatives
John "Trotwood" Moore is attend
ing the lug stock show in Kansas
Miss Flora Harlan has returned
from a visit to relatives in Nash
Miss Bessie Moore spent several
days with friends at Duplex last
Dr. J. D. Smith has returned from
a visit to relatives in Rutherford
Mrs. Annie Cunningham, of
Selma, Ala., is visiting Mrs. W. B.
Miss Kate Provine, of Mississippi,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Pearl
Miss Cornelia Warfield. of Layton
ville, Md., is visiting Mrs. C. A.
Colin James, of Memphis, is here
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A
Charley Hatcher leaves next
Wednesday for Wallace's School,
Miss Jones, of Pulaski, is theguest
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Everett, on
Mrs. James Friel and Miss Ellen
have returned from Wilhoite, Mar
Misses Virginia Carpenter and
Minn McLemore have returned from
Miss Belle McFall, of Austin,
Texas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs
W. H. McFall.
Master John Steele, of Monte
Sano, Ala., is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
It. 1'. Dodson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Master Aris have returned from
Mrs. Florence Patterson and two
children, of Nashville, are visitin
Mrs. E. oest.
Mrs. I Goldsmith and family have
returned to Memphis from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. James white are
spending several days with relatives
on Bear Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Ritter and lit
tle son spent several days in Nash
ville last week.
Miss Appleirate, of Louisville, Ky
has returned from a visit to Mrs. W.
Matt Thornton, manager of the
Stilwell House, Lewisburg, was
i . i- i i.
Mr. Ike Ottenheimer, of Baltimore,
his cousin, Mrs, C. C.
Gross, last week
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Woldridge
and Miss Louise visited the Cen
tennial this week.
Miss Rena Swansburg, who has
been with friends at Mt. Pleasant,
has returned home
Mr. Harry Mason, of Savannah,
Ga., formerly of Columbia, is visi
ting relatives here.
Misses Lena B. and Lillian Smith
returned this week from a visit to
friends at Sewanee.
Miss Janie McLemore, of Dallas,
Texas, was the guest of Miss Mina
McLemore this week.
Miss Francis Golliday, of Colum
bia, S. C, is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Henderson.
Mr. D. A. Powell, formerly of this
place but now of Orange, Texas, is
visiting relatives here.
Prof. Isaac Ball has returned from
Charleston, S. C, to resume Lis
duties at the Athenceum.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. Martin are
spending a week at the country
home ot Mr. Alien narian
Mr. J. P. Clopton, of Arkansas,
was here this week visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Johnston Long.
Mr. W. F. McMeen, of Brentwood,
Williamson county, paid the
Hkrald a pleasant call yesterday.
Messrs. Maddin and Sam Voss
spent last week on Buffalo, Law
rence county, hunting deer and
Mine. L. Esteve has returned to
her home in this city from a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Starke, in Wash
ington. Mrs. Jennie Southall left the first
of the week for Huntsville, Ala.,
where she will take charge of a
Mr. Frank Davis, of Cripple Creek,
Col., formerly a resident of this
county, was here this week visiting
Mrs. Geo. S. Alcorn and little
daughter, Margarette, left Tuesday
morning for Olney, 111., accom
panied by Miss Bessie Alcorn, of
that place, who has been visiting
that we are
Ltidwigs Buttermilk Soap,
. 10( per box.
Cuiieo, (large white
ing bath ) . . . .
."; per cake,
."illy per do..
.50c per doz.
Colgate's Turkish Iiiitli,
Cnlgate's Palm Soan.
Colgate's While I'leinates,
lOe per cake.
loe per cake.
Par una Violet Soap,
10c per oake.
Colgate's Cash mere I'oniu't.
small i.)o per cake.
Colgate's Cashmere Ihxiuct,
lic per cake.
l-'a'c per cake.
l'J'a'c per cake.
. . 10c per cake.
. . 10c per cake.
Toilet Carbolic Soap,
Cream Witeh Hazel,
eo and 10c per cake.
(ilobe Family Laundry,
a.'ic per cake.
White Rose and White Ivory,
i)C and 10c pereake.
Then why buy clap-trap trash at
about the same figures?
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
here for several weeks,
far as Cin-
accompanied them as
cinnati to buy goods.
Mrs. Dixon Cunningham and
daughter Miss Juliet have returned
to St. Louis after a stay of several
Prof. J. Hough Guest has returned
from Monte Sano, Ala., where his
services as a musician were engaged
during the summer months.
Mrs. E. K. CamolH-ll. of Rii-mint?-
nam, nas returned from a visit to
Mrs. Seth Warfield. Miss Bessie
Stewart, of Florence, is now with
Miss Rebecca Williamson left this
week to enter the Marv Baldwin
Seminary at Staunton, Va. Mrs.
Williamson accompanied her and
will spend a few days at Staunton.
Miss Harrison, of Little Rock.
atk ., who has been visitimr at Mr.
J. B. Wilkins'. is visitin? now in
r raiiKiin, ana irom mere she troes
a. nr. .
to Mempnis Deiore returning home
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 aim wnoiesome anil 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
Charged With Incendiarism.
nua wneauey (colored) was
arrested J uesday on the charge of
burning the Colored Baptist Church
at leech Grove, about four miles
from Columbia, on Tuesday night of
last week, lie was brought before
T...I 1 - - ... , .
j uuge v.oieourn Wednesday morn
ing lor trial, but made no defense
lor nimseit, and was bound over to
Circuit Court. Some ilnn.'iirlnir
testimony was made against Wheat
ley in the trial. His brother. Will
Wheatley, testified that he (Ellas)
nau threatened in his presence to
burn the . building down. Will's
daughter had been conducting
school in the church, and Ellas
wanted to get somebody else to
leacn ana aid tin he
(luce her pupils to stop.
Rich Little Farm For Sale.
One mile and a-half from Col
nia on Hampshire pike; containing
about 40 acres of rich level land
mini unu ury building a te: turn
small houses and two barns; plenty
of good water for man and beast.
Price $2,850; terms easy. Address
"II," care the Herald, or inquire
ui uie urst ton gate on the Hamp
shire pike. augl3 8t
Mr. ueo. McKennon returned
this week from a lengthy stay in the
eastern markets. What he did
while there our readers can find out
ana pront tnereby, by reading the
"ad" of McKennon, Anderson &
foster, in the Herald.
Mr. o. uross lert Tuesday for the
luist to buy goods for the Bee Hive
C. C. Gross is in Chicago on busi
iur. j. nosenthal returned this
week from the East, where he
bought a large stock of goods for the
Mr. Jno. E. Walker, buyer for the
Maury Dry Goods Co., returned this
week irom New ork, and a big
siui-K. oi goous is roiling in after him
.miss Nellie Carroll left the first of
the week tor Northern cities to pur
C. W. KLEIN
By an entirely new
process I am enabled
to make an accurate tit. In most cases
without the use of Atropine or any other
druit whatever. IVrmnnently located at
Novelty Millinery More, Columbia, Tenn.
Mr. Henry Pointer, of Spring Hill,
had two fine horses shot one night
last week by some drunken parties
who were riding along the pike,
promiscuously firing their pistols.
One of the horses was a full 'brother
to Hall Dillard. and the other was
a brother to Squeezer, and both
were valued highly by their owner.
DID YOU KNOW
Mr. W. B. Turner
sick this week.
has been quite
Jt is easier to
than board bills.
Mr. Joe Parks has
sick list this week.
been on the
Arra Holtz is now with the South
em Express Company.
Mr. James Dale is clerking
Mora rariss shoe store.
Don't let the milk of human kind-
I1H-.S in you turn to "clabber."
Street &Co's. hardware store is
receiving a fresh coat of paint.
The McDowell School opened
Monday theOth, with PiO pupils.
Prof. J. Hough Guest opened his
music class yesterday with fifteen
The Columbia Institute will begin
upon its (ilst year next Wednesday,
Essie, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tit) Ashton, is quite sick
Hinton & Co. are up-to-date in all
lines of plumbing. Satisfaction
October S) will be the With birthday
f the Odd Fellows Lodge in Co
T. O. Betts & Co. finished moving
their stock of goods to Lynnville
Mrs. A. 15. Rains, who has been
ick fer several weeks, has about re
Mrs. Ernest McLemora was quite
sick the first of this week, but has
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell vou
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
Mr. A. S. Derrvberrv was called to
Lebanon this week to attend the
ick bed of his child.
The Maury County Medical So
ciety will meet in Dr. Padgett's
otllce next Tuesday.
Trustee Granbery sold at auction
a number of pieces of real estate for
taxes last Monday.
Lafayette Chapter Royal Arch
Masons will have a stated meeting
next Monday night at 7 :.'tt) o'clock.
Is your bath-tub or sewer leaking?
It so, have Hinton & Co. make an
(ieo. W. Green, formerly of this
county but now of Obion Station,
Obion county, was here on a visit
Mrs. H. F. Fariss will move her
millinery department into the rear
part of the Maury Dry Goods Com
pany s store at an early date.
Mr. R. E. Nichols, of the firm of
West & Nichols, was in Springfield,
()., last week, and received his
diploma in the art of embalming.
During the month of August the
Columbia Creamery Co., paid to its
patrons for milk $.'$,500. See their
ad. ' elsewhere calling attention to
the advance in the price of butter
Judge Looney is quite as good a
farmer as he is a judge. He has
several samples of his corn crop in
his otllce, which he planted in April
and has just harvested, that would
do credit to any tiller of the soil.
Hands at work on the new suction
pipe for the Water Company un
earthed three Enrleld . rules about
six feet deep in the river bed one
(lav this week, these rines were
used by the Union army during the
The Columbia Water &' Light
Company are now giving good ser
vice to their patrons. ery few of
te street lights are now ever out.
The new suction pipe, which will
take water above Helm's branch,
will be finished this month
Miss Mollie Baird's school for boys
and gins trom to h years ot age
opened on Wednesday of this week
with a very satisfactory attendance.
The cozy little room is nicelv fur
nished for the purpose, with desks,
blackboards, library, and above all,
a competent, cultured lady at the
Miss Lillie Sowell, of this city,
and Miss Peoples, daughter of Rev.
W. It. Peoples, of the McCains
neighborhood, will leave on the 15th
of this month for Philadelphia, Pa.,
where they have accepted positions
in Dr. Price's Sanitarium and will
qualify themselves as professional
Vine Crescent Bicycle For Sale,
U7 model, good as now. Apply to
It at Woldridge & Irvine's.
The will of the late G. M. D
Hutcheson was admitted to probate
in the County Court yesterday. The
will specifies that all of his property,
including money, notes and real
estate, shall go to his wife, Sarah P
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE!
If not disposed of privately before
that time, l 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., oiler at public
sale to the highest and best bidder,
the farm of the late Mrs. E. L. Wade,
Containing 020 Acres,
more or less. This farm is well im
proved, has :) acres tillable land
with more than 200 acres of the re
mainder in blue-grass. Running
stocK water is accessible irom any
part of the farm, with numerous,
never failing springs. This land will
nrst be ottered in lots and then as
whole, whichever way brings the
best price, shall be accounted the
Terms of Sale:
One-third cash aud the balance in
one and two years with interest from
January 1. Im'IS, 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
On every train.
ouses of the
for every department. We
have just returned from mar
ket, where we purchased
with great care, an unsur
passed assortment of
These goods are being rapid
ly put in shape for your in
spection. With a clioicr, He
lvetian and low jiricru we ex
pect to appeal to every eco
A Hoinief For Maury.
In speaking of Star Pointer's sen
sational race against time, and the
birth-place of that noted horse, the
Chattanooga News says:
"Mo is the product of Maurv coun
ty, the banner agricultural district
of the state. From there have come
most of the fastest trotters and
pacers of recent years, and it is not
astonishing that it should be the
spot that should bring forth the
epoch-making piece of horse-flesh
that is the cynosure of all eyes to
day. Nowhere else in the world,
unless it be Middle Kentucky, is
there such splendid soil and climate.
such luxuriant bluegrass and such
clear running water for the upbuild
ing or the superb bones find sinew
which makes it possible for racers
to annihilate space at such unpre
Well, What are Vou Looking For?
The cheapest place to buy iroeeries!
Well, you had better see White Iuim
wood, North Main Street. They will
!l lbs best seed-tick ureen coffee $1.00
8 lbs best golden Kin tcreen coffee. . $1.ihi
Wins Arbuckle s, l-X or Leverini:
(I his is for next Saturday and
Monday onlv, and cash onlv.
Nothing less than jfi.on worth at
New Orleans Molasses, per gallon.. .15
l:t lbs best -country lard ifl.iKi
M lbs best leaf lard $1.(H)
t hickeiis, eggs and butter we beat
0 oz. bottle'siiuff HI
New country sorghum Just received.
Call and be convinced.
win tk innnvniiii,
Bell Telephone 21. North Main Street.
Special Prices in Millinery.
For the next GO days we will sell
our stock of mid-sumer Millinery
at half price. Special bargains in
trimmed hat9 and sailors. Do Miss
Cahkoll the honor to call.
Entrance through store of McKennon
Anderson ,V. Foster.
Tennessee Cattle Harre.1.
Pursuant to a request of the State
Board of Live Stock Commissioners,
the Governor of Illinois has issued a
proclamation prohibiting the impor
tation of any cattle from Tennessee
and Arkansas into that State. This
proclamation is an amendment to
the proclamation of the Governor
issued April 8, 181)7, andtimply en
large? the Texas fever district by in-
ciuuing tne states mentioned.
Choked to Death!
On soggy bread should have used
"jhiic ,cof." it Danes lignt as a
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
W. If. Patterson to D. A. Jones, half
Interest in 80 acres in ."Ird district, $7no
H. ii. Titeomb to K. J. Smith, land in
Z'trd district, JM'MI.
i. w. .MCKissieK to A. MeKissiek, in
terest in land in i'lrd district, JiiliH.
Uobt. Smith to J. K. Fleming, interest
in lot in Columbia, fl.t.
Sawnie Grimes to A. J. Dions, 52 acres
in list n district. ".
N. K. Wilkes to J. D. Wortham, land
in district, decree.
J. N. Hill to W. A. Harnett, lot in Mt,
A. J. Alexander to Peter Hanson
2dU7-l(iO acres in 1.11th district, 7,0.1 ,4.",
J. M. Agnew to llenj. K. Agnew,
acres in district, girt.
V. V. lUrdison et al, to J. S. Hard!
son, 110 acres in 2."ith district, $imi.
F. A. Oaklev toJ.lt. Shaw, 32 4f-l0(l
acres in "Jith district, 1,."00.
J. H. Shaw to F. A.Oakley, 49 aeres in
I'KIi district, IIski.
Nine to One.
P. T. Rarnum once said: "If you
have $10 to put to good use put one
for the article and the other nine for
advertising. I can out talk any man
bi t a printer. The man that can
stick type and next morning talk to
a tlx usand people while I'm talking
to one Is the man I am afraid of, and
I want him for my friend." Ex.
Xmv N llic Time!
rurlfy the Mood. I he foiiiitniii 'f life.
(iKKK.SW V4 I willdoli!
Contiiins Snrsnpnrllbi. siillinvin. Hur
doek I'oke Hoot. Trifolimu mid Iodide of
I'otnsli, Mil of which lire Unown :is pn-ii-ss-Inu
t lie best ell nil ive proper! h'S for di senses
iirisini! Iroin Ininure bliiod. Il nlsn Mliiiu
Int.'Sthe I.lYl'.i:. the sewer sys-.eni. ninl
throuuli this nrciiii helps nut lire throw ofr
Impure secret Ions. Imimiiini! new life nnd
eiiertfv. Kor il lienernl si reiis:! h"Ulni tonic
nnd system builder this medicine ennnot
lie excelled. We iim' el i ll enre ill select intf
the dmus thnl enter iuio ! I oinposlt em of
(iltKKXWAY'S sl; UWIMI t.A.
the best Hint money ciin bnv. 11 Is mnde
In our house by the best method known to
Modem I'hiirnuicv. nnd we recommend it
for nil discuses of I he 111.00:1 AM' I.IVKU.
WOLDKIIHiK " IKVINE,
soi i n i: vsr sun:.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Perry and
family, from Prick Church, Giles
county, Mr. and Mrs. James Adams,
from near Culb'oka, and Mrs. L. M.
S. Martin, of Nashville, wi re visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin last
week. Mrs. Martin wiH visit here
for sonn' time.
Miss Nettie Cliiunney entertained
quite a number of her little friends
on last Friday night, it being her
10th birthday anniversary. the
I'oung people joined in wish
ing her many happy returns for the
Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for the
enjoyable day we spent on last
Saturday, through ymir kindness
uid generosity, we remain as ever,
The llread Plots
i ; i ii in
can never occur here wnne jih
Sad" lasts. All grocers keep it. tt
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Alexander & Vaughan shipped 4
loads of cattle to Louisville and a
mixed load of stock to Isirmingham
this week. They also purchased I
oad of feeding hogs from various
Mr. it. Aorauain, oi louigmiMwy,
Ala., aud Mr. H. L. Martin, of Ken
tucky, were among the mule buyers
here irom a distance Monday.
Mr. J. W. Howard was bere tins
week buying mules.
West & Nichols, the undertakers,
purchased a large iron-gray horse
from Mr. Hickman, u stivcrsviue,
V. V. Taiikersly sold a combined
mare to Will j.icods .uoiniay, too
price paid being $10i.
Harlan isros. s rants son a lani-
ily mare to Jno. A. Jones, of Little
Lot, this week.
A large number of mules were
brouglu to town last Monday, and
for several hours tlie.v and the trad
ers had complete pi sseiou of the
public square and E ist Seventh
street. Trading was quite brisk and
fairly good prices were ollered.
.1. W. Howard & Co., bought about
50 mules Monday, and sold and
shipped seven car-loads to Martin,
Thompson t Co., of New Orleans.
Mr. II. P. Dodson has shipped his
mare Ijauretta l). to Detroit, .iicn.,
where she will race this faU,
Kat 'Mllue Seal"
if von want to he happy.
Personals ( nlletl I rom Exchanges.
Misses Lillian and Len t H. Smith,
of Columbia, are the guests of their
cousin, Mi.ss Klina Carter. I'ayetle-
Mrs. Kdward M. Lindsey, of 1712
West End avenue, is the guest of
Mrs. A. A. Hodge, of Columbia.
The Misses Towler will he the
guests of a number of their young
gentlemen friends a t a house-party
to be given at tne lj okout Mountain
house in a few days. Chattanooga
News. Mrs. T. C. Petri, of Columbia, left
for St. Louis yesterday after a pleas
ant visit to her mother in this city.
After a brief stay in St. Louis she
will join her husband in Cincinnati.
Hon. Lem Padgett, of Columbia,
was in our town last Wednesday on
legal business. He was accom
panied by his little daughter, and
gave this oiilce a pleasant call.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and little
Miss Annie Gray Maddin came
down from Red Poiling Springs yes
terday. They were joined here by
John'M. Gray, Jr., and left in the
afternoon for their country home,
"Sumnierside," in Maury County.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
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