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THE COLUMBIA lit MA LI : KlilliAY, XOVJttUSElt 15) iM7.
Mt Hurry Tiroiil Life,
but come in and examine
OUR STOCK and get OUR
. PRICKS before making
Don't buy in a horry or
you'l miss some of the good
thing that will be shown
at our store every day in
LOOK TO YOUIt
own interest and trade
with us. We can save you
money on three-fourths of
the necessities you are buy
ing almost every day. We
mean what we say.
On next SATUltDAY
we will offer some
One line of Ladies' Fine Shoes with
pointed toes, 2's to 5'; worth $3.00
to $3.60, and they are in good shape
too, except the toes; you can
have them at
A few more pairs of that Elegant
line of Men's $5.00 and $6.00 shoe,
with plainand pointed toes; you
can take them at
Another lot of that good 10c Canton
..-71-2C. - - -
A good Bleached Domestic at ,
A good C Island Domestic at
U We close for Thanksgiving.
You will And a new stock of Mil
linery at popular prices In our build
ing. Give the ladies a call.
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
A Pleasant Affair.
The celebration of the 78th anni
versary of its establishment by the
Masonic Lodire of Columbia last
Thursday night, proved to be a most
eniovable affair to the members or
the lodge and the invited guests
who were nearly 200 strong. The
followiug program was rendered:
Scripture Readina and Prayer. .. .Rev
W. T. Usserv.
Opening Ode.. ..Members of the Lodge.
Speech W. H. Greenlaw
Violin Solo .1. Houjrh Guest
Vocal Solo Master Walter Roberts
Short addresses by II. P. Fiiruers and
'other members of the Lodire.
Comic Recitation M rs. W. O. Hinds
song by Columbia Male Quartette, com-
' ,1 M , 1.' , XT.naa A 1 1
Ivillheffer. W.T. Wilkes and W. A
StereopticRH' views of modern travel,
by K. G. Johnson.
Then came one of the most de
liirhtful features of the evening the
erorireous spread of eatables. For
the success of this feature much
credit is due Mesdames E. E. Erwln,
W. O. Hinds. Jno. D. Moore, and J.
T. L. Cochran.
The Herald force returns thanks
to the Lodge for the invitation ex
tended them and the pleasant man
ner in whicli they were entertained.
The Masons are very desirable
Do we hear von sav von are look
ing for a strictly good Coffee?
Then try Our Blend at six pounds
for tl.no. We have a better coffee
than Arbuckles or 4-X at eight
pounds to 11.00, and up to 3Tc per
pound for the finest Mocha ana
Java. Trv a can of Peas at 5c, 8Sc
and 15o per can. We have Ju9tre
poived r barrel of new crop suear-
house molasses which is strictly
good at 50c per gallon. New Kraut,
'Hominy Grits, Oat Meal, Prunes,
Peaches, Raisins, Cheese and Maca
roni. If vou are not already our
customer give us a trial order.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
The following8hipments have been
made from Godwin the past week:
M. v.. Allen. 1 load each of hoes and
mttla. nd W. H. Cook, 1 load of
AlAv-under & Vauirhn this week
ahlnned 8 loads of hours and 1 load of
cattle from Godwin, and 1 load of
mivnii stock from Columbia to
Ed Mathls shipped 1 load of hogs
la our BDeclaltr. but -we also
handle block Jellico, Provi-
Hpiipb and other brands, and also
wood. Prompt delivery, and special
inducements to purchasers In large
quantities. Yard near depot.
W. H. DAVIS &. CO.,
10 ti ly Successor to A. Adklsson.
Mrs. Sam Warren, of Nashville, is
visiting friends here.
Miss Henrietta Lazarus leaves to
day on a ftp to Chicago.
Mr. G. M. Marks and family have
returned to Montgomery, Ala.
Miss Elsie Arrastead, of Chatta
nooga, is with Miss Janie Elam.
Mrs. C. M. Stephens, of Los Ange
les, Texas, is visiting relatives here.
Mi3s Liura Taylor has returned
from a visit to relatives at Frank
lin. Elder E. J. Meacham, of Lewis
burg, was here several days the past
Mrs. R. C. Church, who was visit
ing relatives in TexiS, has returned
Miss Pearl Provine leaves to-day
for a visit of several weeks to friends
Miss Bennett, of Nashville. Tenn.,
is the guest of Mai. Gray, at the
Mrs. F. B. Webb and Miss Vir
ginia are on a visit to relatives in
Judge John T. Allen, of Pulaski,
has been in Columbia this week
Prof. J. W. Marshall, principal of
Shady Grove Institute, was in Co
lumbia last week. M ,
Mr. Webb Ridley has returned
from Red Boiling Springs, much
improved in health.
Miss Mamie Akin, after several
weeks visit to friends at Dresden
has returned home.'
Mr. Talbot Martin and family
nave returned to mempnis alter
visit to menas here.
Miss Josephine Wise has re
turned to Owensboro, Ky., from a
visit to Miss Lazarus.
George Williamson came out from
Nashville Sunday and spent until
Wednesday with his father.
Miss Sarah Hunter, who has been
visiting Miss Kate Fleming, re
turned to Mt. Pleasant, Monday.
Mrs. Ben Richmond, of Memphis,
is visiting Mrs. A. W. Southworth
at her country home near Mt. Pleas
ant. Mrs. F. D. Lander and Frank, are
guests of Prof, and Mrs. A. H.
Men ill, at the Vanderbilt, in Nash
ville. -Mrs. Lelia Walker and Miss Alice.
Jones, of Little Lot, Hickman coun
ty, were visiting friends here last
Mr. and Mrs. O. Z. Bartlett, who
were visiting relatives and friends
here, left last week for their home
in Milwaukee, Wis.
Mrs. Jennie Pyls, of Clinton,
Ala., and Mrs. D. N. Thompson and
Mrs. J. B. Davis and son of Mobile,
Ala., are guests of Mr. Jno. A.
Walker and family.
Mrs. W. A. Cade, of Paducah, Ky.,
who has been the guest of her aunt
Mrs. Ellen Dunnington for several
weeks, will leave to-morrow, to visit
friends at Hopkinsville, Ky.
Mr. Geo. W. Hayes, of this place.
and Mr. Will Hayes, of Knob Creek,
received the sad intelligence last
Friday that their mother, who lived
In North Carolina, was dead. They
left on the evening train "to attend
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roberts, Misses
Elsie Armstead and Katherine
King, of Chattanooga, Miss Jessie
Gilchrist, of Alabama, Messrs. W. R.
Hodge and E. Roberts, of Nashville,
Messrs. L. B. Houck, of Missouri,
and Sterling R. Miller, W. P. Pat
ten and W. 14. Crabtree, or Chatta
nooga, attended the Sheegog-Rob
on Groceries and Field Seeds by
coming and getting our prices before
buying elsewhere. We also handle
the best on the market. Now is the
time to cet your Barley and Rye. We
have a full stock of both, together with
all kinds 01 , , ..
generally carried in a strictly Field
Seed establishment Don't forget our
place of business on corner South Main
and Eightn streets. All orders dv lew
phone will receive prompt attention.
Frierson & Embry,
The Industrial School.
Fiftv-two children and nine teach
ers were present last Saturday after
noon. A large number of garments
were clven out to the classes to be
made, nearly exhausting the supply
of material on nana, m nere is a de
mand for warm winter clothing, and
any cast on garments wnicn are
sent to the scnooi win oe most grate
fully received. Warm clothing is
carefully patched and mended and
triven to the child who does the
work and who is In need of the gar
ment Visitors' are cordially wel
corned to the school any Saturday
W. T. WUke and A. S. Derryberry,
under the firm name of Wilkes A
Derryberry, are now fully equipped
and ready for business as under
takers. Location in the Brown
Block on S. Main street. tf
Election at Mt. Pleasant.
The election in the 13th district
Tuesday, to elect a magistrate to fill
the vacancy causea ny tne resigns
tion of W. L. Harris, resulted as fol
lows: J. C. Bostick 94, W. B. Long
Gl. Mr. Bostick, the successful con
tpntnnt. In the father or Prof, j. a
Bostick, principal of Howard's In
'i'onntj Court. lt.- ..
J, F.'Brownlow gave bond for $5,-
000 as trustee under a trust deed
executed by Geo. C. Collins.
J. W. Reeves and E. J. Sowell
were appointed by the court as ad
ministrators of the estate of W.,B.
Jones, and gave bond for $1,600.
Tiano For Sale.
An elegant upright, rosewood pi
ano, Ellington make, in excellent
condition, for sale at moderate price.
For terms apply at this office. The
piano can be'seen at the residence
of Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, on South
Main street. ... .. .. . .:."tf. r...
We are daily
the largest and
somest line of
we have ever shown,
and prices are lower
than we have ever
made. You are cor
dially invited to inspect
therp. It's a pleasure
to us to show goods.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST,
Rev. 8. L. McCarty will preach at
Reece's church next Sunday morn-
ng and evening.
Dr. Kelley left for Nashville
Tuesday to assist Dr. Morris in a
revival meeting at McKendree
Rev. w. T. Ussery will preach at
the 8outh Columbia Methodist
church next Sunday morning and
Rev. J. H. Thompson will occupy
his pulpit at the Baptist church
next Sunday morning, and at night
he will preach In the First Metho
A protracted meeting will com
mence in the First Baptist Church
nexf Monday", conducted by the pas
tor, Rev. J. H. Thompson. Every
body Is invited to attend and take
part ana neip maKe tne meeting a
Thanksgiving services will be
held in the First Presbyterian
church next Thursday, beginning at
11 o'clock, m. A collection will
be taken up for the Monroe Hard
ing Orphanage. The Charity com
mittee or the Church Workers will
be In the session room from 10 a. m.
to 12 m., for the purpose of receiving
any contributions of clothing and
provisions for the poor of the con'
The First Baptist. First Cumber
land Presbyterian, First Methodist
and Main Street C. P. Churches will
hold a union Thanksgiving service
next Thursday at 11 a. m. in the
Firt Methodist Church. The ser
mon wlTl be preached by Rev. J. H.
Thompson, pastor of the First Bap
tist Church. An otterlnz for the poor
or tne city win be taken at tins
service, which will be turned over to
the King's Daughters.
Tenneoxee Conference, Colnmbla DUtrli t,
Flrat Kouml of Quarterly Meettlng
Elkton Nov. 13,11
Smvrna Nov. 14, 15,
Taylor's Chapel Mission at
Pleasant Hill Nov. 1ft
Pleasant Valley. Nov. 20, 21
Delirose ov. 24
Cedar Grove Nov. 27,28.
Pulaski Nov. 28,2ft
Diana Dec. 4, 5
South Columbia Dec. 10, 12,
Southport Dec. 11
Columbia Dec. 12, 13.
Mt. Pleasant Dec. 18,1ft
Hehoboth ..Dec. 25, 2rt,
Booth is..-. Dec. 2ft
Lynnville .Ian. 1, 2,
CiiUeoka .. Jan. 8, ft
Moore8ville Jan. 9, 10
District stewards meet In church a
Pulaski, Friday, November 5, at 10:30 a
m. . J. R. Stvart, P. E
The Huntsman Who Kills
Is the one who buys his Loaded Shells
Shot, rowder and caps rrom us, as we
sell the best makes at the lowest prices
ew Haisins, rrunes, Apricots,
Evaporated Peaches, Coconuts,
Cracked Wheat, Oat Flakes, Oat
Meal, Rice, Grits, and Hominy
For Country Hams, we are head
quarters; also for new Sugar-cured
New can Peas, per can, 10c, 3 for . .2oC
New can Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches,
Pears, Apricots, Raspberries,
Blackberries, Cherries, Beans, etc.,
The best Salmon, per can.. :....10c
Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran and Cotton
Seed for sale.
WHITK & BAIMWOOD,
Bell Telephone il. North Main 8 1 reel
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
S. E. Gillespie et al to Geo.T. Hughes
lot in Columbia. S2o0.
E. Kuhn etal. to Mary A. Titcomb,
interest in lot in Columbia, ."00.
W. M. Chaffin et al., to K. H. Gues
and wife, lot in Columbia, $75.
W. M. Chamn et al., to Payne, Smlser
and Watson, lot in Columbia. fo.
A. M. Denton et al., to C. K. Denton et
al.. tiO acres in 4th district. 275.
C. R. Denton et al to A. M. Denton
et al., 123 4-5 acres in 4th dist., exchange
Allen II. Guest to Eugene U. Guest
interest in lot in Columbia, 1150. -
M. G. r rierson to Ell Dawson, lot i:un
no A. West et al . to Mrs. V.; CGor-
don, 60 acres In 20th dist., IhW.
V. A.'Southall to O. J. Porter, lot in
14th district, $100.
M. E. Spain et al., to W. F. Bender
man, 2 tracts land in 8th and 11th dlst.,
Albeit Sidnev Johnson et al., to L.
Collins, lot in ftth disk, .').
I have a stray black boar hog,
weight about 150 pounds, that came
to my place several days ago.
Owner can ; have same by calling
on me. . W. F. Wilson,
It ' - South Columbia.
Mr. W. F. (Bill) Hayes, Is clerk
ing at Henry (irons'.
' Harry Eddy is clerking for Mc
Kennon, Andersuu & Foster
Capt. Kidd and his crew laid over
on Columbia Monday to attend
Kin Cherry, wh has been
seriously ill with pneumonia, is able
to be out. again.
Mrs. W. P. Woldridire has been
numbered among the sick for sev
eral days this week.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell yon
the best of organs and pianos. Bhc
him before buying. tf
The King's Daughters held their
reunion yesterday at the home of
Mrs. N. B. Sheppard in West End.
Dr. A. ().' Kennedy has mdVed
from Mrs. Annie White's place on
Garden street to a place on Ninth.
Mrs. Matthews Gordon was quite
sick several days this week, but we
are glad to report her much Im
Robert, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Nichols, who has been
quite sick for several days, is im
W. J. Guet & Co. purchased last
week a hog from Mr. J. B. Branch,
of Grovelaud, hat welirhed 600
The Columbia Water and Light
Company are now making electricity
at their old place. They have or
dered a new engine, which they ex
pect to receive in about a month.
Octie Cherry Is now express mes
senger on the N., F. & ;S. He and
Mrs. Cherry arrived last night from
Nashville, and are boarding with
Mr. and Mrs. W. W.Cherry.
A wise man considers stock, finish
and price. A foolish man considers
price. I have the three right on
cemetery work. Call and be con
vinced, s. P. Payne.
Telephone 57. Columbia, Tenn.
The horses attached to the Mt.
Pleasant hack became frightened
on West Seventh street last Friday,
and ran into a buggy occupied by
the Misses Miller, of 8hady Grove,
Hickman county, throwing them
out and slightly bruising them, and
damaging the vehicle.
An operation was performed upon
Miss Mattle Elam last Saturday
night lor appendicitis. Her case
was quite dangerous and painful,
but, since' the- operation, she has
been resting well and improving,
and her friends hope soon to see her
If you like good reading, here is
an offer you will accept. For $1.25
we will send you the Herald and
the Memphis Weekly Commercial
Appeal, and give you, in addition,
without charge, the book entitled
Bob Taylor's Tales." This offer Is
to new subscribers, or present ones
who will first pay all arrears. tf
George Brown, a negro hailing
from Nashville, was fouud in an al
most unconscious condition near the
Main street railroad crossing last
Sunday night. He was carried to
the City Hall by the police, where
he received medical attention. He
was suffering from a severe case of
cramp colic, and, after vigorous
treatment by the physician, was
brought around .all rlght.vHe left
the next morning.
Public Sale, Cattle, Horses
I will on Saturday, November 20,
1897, at my farm, situated one mile
from Columbia, Tenn., on theBigby
vllle pike, sell at auction all of my
cattle, horses, hogs and farming
implements. The cows are all high
grade or pure Jerseys, selected for
their superior milking and butter
making qualities; 40 good Ptock
hogs, a new mower, a new all-pur
pose harrow, disc harrow, hay rake,
two-horse wagon, plows, wagon and
plow harness, a lot of good hay.
All articles or uoaer 5, cash; over
that amount, 6 months credit with
good note and security. I will also
rent my 75 acre farm at same time
and place if not-rented privately be
fore then. Jno. W. Sheiton.
Thanksgiving and the Poor.
The Kinufs Daughters will be
glad to receive contributions of
money, food, clothing, etc., for the
nnnr n' Pnlnnihin n.nd viclnitr on
Wednesday before Thanksgiving
at the store house of Mrs. Emma
Grtirsby, on the square. A com
mittee of King's Daughters will be
there from 10 o'clock In the morn
ing until evening to receive and
distribute all donations that
generous people will lend.
"He giveth best
All things both great and small,
And the great God who made us,
He loveth one and All.
The Kino's Daughters
Wreck on the If., F. & S.
In switching about at Ridley Sta
tion. on the Nashville, Florence &
Sheffield railroad, las. Saturday,
a freight engine and one car ran
through an open switch. Engineer
Ben Thompson, of this place, was
thrown from his cab and had his
ankle badly sprained, and Will
Richardson, a brakeman, also of
this place, had his toes on his right
foot badly mashed, although am
putatlon was not necessary.
Miss Nellie Caroll "
Announces the completeness of her
Fall stock, which has been select
ed with great care from among the
leading Importing houses in the
country. The latest creations and
the choicest novelties shown.
Ewtbancb through store of McKennon,
Anderson a rosier. -
Miss Annie Shannon is visitinar
the Misses McClellan.
Miss Willie Belle Grimes, we are
sorry to report, has been on the sick
list this week. ,
Herbert Guest has bought out
Tom Gilliam's interest in the barber
shop near tha depot, and be and Mr.
Story will conduct the business in
Mr. C. V. Richards has recovered
from a spelt of sickness. -
Good judgement in buying and
fair prices in selling enables us
be.nf profitable service to you.
We are having a lively trade in
and it is not to be wondered at
when you consider the values we
are offering for so little money.
We have a line of medium grade,
not too fine, not too cheap.
Capes and Jackets,
Bought for cash at a large dis
count and we know what we are
talking about when we tell you
no one can duplicate our prices.
at $1.75 would be cheap nt $2.50.
our f.MX) cape would cost you
$4.00 elsewhere. A "Little Beau
ty" is our
at $4.00, worth $6.00. Our $5.00
$750 and $10.00 garments are ele
gant in material and design, and
would cost you from two to three
dollars more than we ask were
they in any other house. It
makes no difference whether it be
Shoes or Clothing,
we are leaders In low prices In
Entertainment at Mr. J. T. Haugut'.
On last Friday evening, quite an
eniovable entertainment was given
at the beautiful country home of
Mr. J. T. Baugujs, near Dark s
Mill. At an early hour a large num
ber of friends and acquaintances
assembled in the spacious dining
room, which had been changed into
a temporary concert hall, a stage
extended across one end of the
room, on which were arranged a
piano, etc. The purpose of this
pleasant affair was to donate the
proceeds for the benefit of the par
sonage of the M. E. Church at
JNeapoiis, as it is very mucn in neea
of repairs, rne following interest
ing program was renaerea in a very
Instrumental Solo MUs Maggie
'.'Choosing a Wife" Dr. T. Manimim,
Mr. Oolman. Mrs. Sanders, Misses
Eu banks, Hunch and Sanders.
Vocal Solo Miss Lillian Brooks.
Recitation Miss KUen Friel.
"Off for the Klondike" Dr. Mancrum
and Mr. Storiard.
Instrumental Solo Miss Maggie
Vocal Solo Mrs. Euhnnks.
"The Orean Grinder."
Music Miss Kubanks.
A Stump Speech "Junius Brutus
Vcal Solo Miss Lillian Brook.
Recitation Miss Ellen Friel.
Mrs. Jarley's wax works.
A delightful German was given In
the Century Club parlors on Thurs
day evening of last week. The
dance was led in a graceful manner
by Miss Virginia Webster. Those
In attendance were: Miss Webster,
Fred Evans; Miss Minnie Towler, J.
Hough Guest: Miss Daisy Towler,
Frank Borum; Miss Louise Dobbins,
Ernest Farrell; Miss hthel Hend
ley, W. B. Wooten; Miss Mina Mc
Lemore, Sam Harlan; Miss Vir
ginia Carpenter, E. H. Mathls;
Miss Katherine Hatch, Charlie Mo
Enery ; Miss Tommie Graham, Con
nor Akin; Mlssliuth Martin, Frank
Smith; Miss Laura Martin, Isaac
Ball; Mr. A. B. Rains, Mrs. A. S
Bishop Gailor finds it will be im
possible to deliver his promised
lecture as early in the season as he
first thought, ' lie has had extra
duties to perform during the preva
lence of yellow fever in Memphis
which have prevented him from
preparing his lecture. His ability
is so well known that it is useless to
say that the intelligent and enlight
ened public will enjoy his christian
eloouence when he can come
Notice will be given in due time.
A German will be given in the
Bethell House parlors to-night,
complimentary to the young men
who came to attend the Sheegog
The birthday party given at the
Advent Chapel last Saturday night
proved quite a success. A neat sum
was realized which will be used to
wards building a cupola on the
Miss Mary Gant entertained the
Topic Club Wednesday afternoon
Papers were read by Misses Fannie
Louise Smith, Mamie Hodge and
Mrs. James P. Street
Henry O. Fulton will give
home ' next Tuesday, from 3
m., complimentary to Mrs.
M. Towler and Miss Dale.
to 5 p
guaranteed to care.
-ror th blood
1 packageof 1
if Diamond Dves only IOC.
j and with very little labor the ordinal X
2 freshness of the gown will be restored y
P : .1.... I. ...ill I... nrarllfnllv .Tl
For Ten Cents $
1 The Direction Book nnd 40 samples of
colored clotli that are sent free will $
1 explain how easy and economical it is jt
1 t-v iica
1 Diamond Dyes 1
There are special kinds lor cotton Roods, far
superior to any clitap loieign dyestutts that
are sometimes sold. A ten cent package colors
from one to five pounds ol goods.
For sale by your friends,
A MOST SACKED PK0UISE
Matle liv HnliacrtltHr tli 4HH twm'
We, the undersigned subscriber to
the Citizens' Telephone line, believ
ing that the rates heretofore charged
by the Cumberland Telephone Co.
were exhorbitant, extortionate., and
unjust; and recognizing .the fact
that the Citizens' line alone com
pelled the reduction of such rates;
and. believing, as we most heartily
do, that, if this foreign monopoly
can succeed in its tyrannical pur
pose of crushing Out the competition
of the Citizens' Co., it will restore
Its former unconscionable rates:
and, sincerely believing it to be our
duty to the public, who use tele
phones, to resist, by all legitimate
and honorable means, the avowed
purpose of the Cumberland Co.. to
defeat the efforts of, the good people
of Maury County for ..reasonable
telephone ' rates: Now, therefore,
we do hereby mutually pledge our
selves, by a most saercd promise to
each other, that, we will not permit
the use of any Instrument of the
Cumberland Telephone Co. in our,
residences, omces or places 01 dusi
ness, for a period of elirtit years
from this date, unless by mutual
concurrence and consent, in writing,
of a majority of those signing this
pledge, or or a committee auiv
authorized thereunto by such
majority, given in writing by such
committee. And we further pledge
ourselves to use every effort and
proper influence In our power to
promote the Interest of the Citizens'
Co. and that we will not permit any
instrument of the Citizens' Co. un
der our control, to be habitually
used by subscribers to or patrons of
the Cumberland Co. For the per
formance of all of which, we hereby
pledge to each other our sacred
words. Witness this, our mutual
agreement, entered into on this, the
18th day of May. 1897. To-wit: J.
P. Street & Co.. J. P. Street, E. H.
Hatcher, Woldridge & Irvine, W. P.
Woldridge, Harlan Bros. & Parks,
C. Dexter, W. J. Oakes, L. P.
Padgett, VV. F. Embry. Love Webb,
b . Wiley, Robt. Pillow, b . V.
Lander, Phoenix Bank. Farmers' &
Merchants' Bank, McKennon, An
derson & Foster, Maury National
Bank, C. A. Parker, Century Club,
Barr & Oakes, Jno. A. Oakes. A.
Barr, J. T. L. Cochran, Hazlo Pad
gett, Jas. A. Smiser, Ham Holdinir,
Huirhes & Son, Geo. T. Hughe3, L.
B. Hughes, C. H. Sharp, Dobbins &
Ewinur, W. A. Ruttle, Vy. J. Guest.A
Co., Voorhles & Fowler, E. S. Fow
ler, Chamn Bros., Cook & Sons, E.
W. Gamble Grocery Co., E. W.
Gamble, Sat'.erfleld & Dodson, J. W.
Wortham. J. C. V oorhies, -W, v.
Embry, E. C. Wade & Co.. J. E. ,-
Jackson, A. F. Brown, D. F. Wat-
kins. Anderson & Co., Tucker Bros.,
M. D. King. R. C. Gant & Bro.,
Grant Bros., J. M. Harris, Columbia
Steam Laundry, W. A. Provine,.
Jno. West, H. L. Vandervort & Co.,
Gartner Bros., G. K. Houser, V. C.
Sheppard, W. B. Greenlaw, Rose
Hill Cemetery, J. H. Wilkes, Wilkes
& Forgey, Simon Hardison, G. L.
Coleman. O. P. Rutledge, W. E.
Jones, Ed. Hill.T. C. Petri, A. G..
Johnson. Jno. M. Burns, N. M.
Jones, Geo. S. Alcorn, E. C. Perry,
Lynch Perry, Jo. T. Edwards, W. D.
Cameron, J. T. McClellan, Fleming
& Rea, Jno. A. Walker, Frank II.
Smith, W. A. Henderson, W. W.
Dennis, J. A. Titcoinb. E. C. Latta,
Frierson & Embry, W. H. Edsall,
S. P. Payne, Jno. Trotwood Moore,
Columbia Athenaeum, Columbia
Institute, Otv J. Porter, Jno. W.4
Cecil, Loyd Cecil. G. P. Webster,
Jno. C. Sowell, F. W. Frierson, Jas.
J. Flemintr, H. P. Webster, H. 8.
Frierson, Jno. F. Stephenson, Wal
ter C, Tyndall, D. F. Fulton, R. G.
Walker, E. J. Pullin and W. T.
We, the undersigned, also sub
scribe to the foregoing and heartily
endorse the same and pledge our
selves to faithfully keep the mutual
promises above set forth. This May
25th, 1897: J. P. Brownlow fe 8ons,
Emmett Hodgp, Chas. S. Jackson,
N. B. Stewart, R. F Taggart, Geo.
C. Collins. J. E. Anderson, 8. H.
Goodloe, T. R. Nowlin. W. H. Long,
J. A. Bostick, E. T. Oliver; R. B.
Another Lie Nailed.
The "Nashville American," of
November 14, contained an article
which insinuated that "The Guar
dian Insurance Company" was go
ing to re-insure in the Scottish Un
ion. This report the Manager of the
Guardian denounces as a base false
hood, and our competitors who are
always ready to circulate such re
ports as these are warned to desist.
Nicholson 4 Co.,
Agents Guardian Insurance Co.
Charley Morgan to
RobtL. McKinney to
J. H. Renfrow to Mrs.