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THE COLUMBIA IIEIiALD: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 18!7.
Is Co in ins, and We are Already
Here, With Something for
You, Your Family and
You will find everything in
our Mammoth Stock at prices
that will speak words of friend
ship to your PURSE.
Commeiicintt Saturday Mornina,
and all next -week, you will
find our prices the loweBt on
all lines of merchandise sold
bv us. We have about three
that we will sell at about half
A Good line of all wool Rlan
kets, with colored borders, at
prices that will be eye-openers
for you. Do not miss them.
Don't forcret our placo when
vou want to buy a
for our prices are simply the
Mr. J. D. Cason, of Najhville,
in the city. .
Mr. E. A. Fuseh, of Nashville,
was' here this week.' ".' i
W-. J. Towler attended court in
Nashville this week.
Mr. T. N. Jones has returned from
a visit to West Tonnessee. '
W. C. Whitthorne, Esq., is attend
ing court in Lawreaceburg.
Mrs. W. 8. Fleming has returned
from a visit to Hot Springs, Ark.
Clark Jones is here from Howard
Institute to spend the holidays.
Mr. W. M. White, of Nashville,
was visiting friends here this week.
Miss Laura Galloway has returned
from a visit to Nashville relatives.
Miss Bertha Rosenthal was the
guest of Nashville friends this week.
Miss Mattie Campbell, of Spring
Hill, is the guest of Mis Eva James.
Miss Virginia Webster has re
turned from a visit to Huntsville,
Miss Ella Gray, of Selma, Cal
visited relatives in Columbia this
E. S. Fowler, Esq., spent several
days in Lewisburg last week attend
Miss Maggie Green spent several
days this week with relatives at
Rev. W. A. Provine officiated at
the Mackey Parker marriage at
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Towler and lit
tle daughter will spend the holidays
with relatives in Clarksville.
Alf Thompson is here from New
York to spend the holidays with his
mother, Mrs. S. E. Thompson.
Messrs. Gray Hopkins and Joe
McAdams. of Pulaski, were here
Beveral days this week buying mules
Mrs. Crowe and daughters, of Pu
laski, came up to attend the cen
tennial celebration at the Athe
hffium Tuesday night.
TO HAVE A
HOLIDAY PURCHASES HERE!
Miss Olive Rodgers, after a visit
of two weeks to Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence McLemore, has returned to her
home in Florence, Ala.
Miss Gertrude Howard arrived
this week from Richmond, Va., and iRfn urioh ffl rnminrl tflO 1 OfTlDC
will be Maid of Honor at the Shoup- VI U mOll IU lUlllluU UIU LUU1UU
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We have some beautiful fur
trimmed shoes, in all colors,
for the little folks, and a
line of fur-trimmed
in black and red for the ladies,
and a nice soft house slipper
for the gentlemen when they
snend an ovenine at home.
Come and be convinced rjiat
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
We are going to sell holi-
dny goods by the power1
of irresistible prices. Our
choice selection for the
Christmas trade is . now
ready for the inspection
and approval of all. Come
in and be pleasantly sur
prised. Surprised at the
We have new novelties in nice,
but inexpensive goods. We have
choicer and more costly gifts,
ranging in price as high as you
care to iro. No one is so old, no
one Is so young, but what fitting
and appropriate gifts in abuud-
nnno r-!in a found In OUT Snleil-
did display of popular and pleas
ing Christmas presents. The
virtue in values, the beauty in
well-chosen goods and the pow
er of low prices make our store
the best place to do your Christ
Do not fail to see our . window
display of Fancy Wax Candles,
all shapes and sizes, and make
a guess as to how long the
giant candle, weighing seventy
pounds, will burn.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Cook have
moved to Nashville, where Mr,
Cook has accepted a position with
Tenison Sons & Rose, hardware
Mrs. Fannie P. Hosea and Mrs.
Rufus Rurckhardt, of Cincinnati,
arrived the first of the week to at
tend the centennial celebration at
the Athenreum, and are now the
guests of relatives here.
Master Crawford Duncau Everett
is the name of the young gentleman
who. on December 2nd, 197, came
to gladden the home or Mr. and
Mrs. William Murray Everett, at
4,501 West Pine Boulevard, St. Louis,
Mo. The Herald extends Its con
gratulations, and hopes that many
happy birthdays may come into the
baby boy's lire.
If Yon Have a Horse or Cow,
A SjWOO.OO Linen Handkerchief.
McKennon. Anderson & Foster
disnlav in their handker
ohlflf ilpnartment. a ladies hand
emhroidared. thread cambrio hand
lcprrhifif. the wholesala price
which is $300.00. This handkerchief
was made in Europe, by a woman,
and it required three years of her
life to complete it, at the end of
which time she had almost lost her
ht. It is certainly a rare
work of art, and is worth a visit
their store to see.
We have the stuff to food them on.
We have recently received several
par loads of sweet baled Timothy
fwn mean the economical and
discriminating house-wife) that
we are headquarters for
Fine Flavoring Extracts,
Fruit Coloring, etc., .
for those Christmas cakes. Our
VANILLA EXTRACT is our
specialty; made in our own lab
oratory from the finest quality
Vanilla Reans and aged for two
years before offered tor sale.
Full pints fl-50.
Regular size 25.
No trouble to show goods.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST
For a 6hort while only one small
cake Colgate's new Vi-Orrls soap
with every bottle Rains' Fragrant
Cream, only 2oc.
ShcM Oats and Cora
The firoccnes at this store are or
the best grades and fresh. Our
prices are right.
Give us a call,
Frierson & Einliry,
like to have you come to our store
and get prices on Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Just see what $1.00 will
9 lbs good roasted coffee.
8 lbs A. $., or 4-X coffee.
'JO lbs white elariVied supar.
f3-ll cans California apricots.
ti :i-lb cans California peaches.
12 His best stick candy.
12 lhs best fancy candy.
13 lba good raisins.
You have doubtless learned what
a long-tongued fellow "Cash" is.
Koyal Arcanum Officers.
The Royal Arcanum lodge elected
the following officers last Monday:
H. O.Fulton, Regent; J. 8. Orman,
vin Recent: W. H. Lipscomb,
Orator ; W. R. Dobbins, Secty. ; T. E.
Gordon, Collector; John A. Danes,
Treasurer: J. P. McGaw, Sr., Chap-
plain; A. Samuels, Guide; Eugene
Lochridge, Warden; John Loch
ridge, Sentinel; A. 8. James, J. P,
Street and J. R. Lamb, Trustees; A,
S. James, Representative; J. T. L
Tliieven r.realc Into l-'rlergoii Kiiiltry'n
rtnd Steal 10 in Cali.
When Messrs. Frierson & Enibry,
tho South Main street grocers, open
ed up their" store last Friday morn
ing to begin the day's transactions,
they fouud that some one had visi
ted their place of business during
the night, and, effecting au entrance
at oneof the front doors, opened the
safe oy worming uie cuiiiuiuuu
and made away with the cash
drawer und its contents. The drawer
contained about $40 in cash and sev
eral checks. There were also ?i,uiw
in bonds in the safe, but these were
No clew could be found to tne
guilty party or parties, but, whoever
they were, tney musi nave ueeu
adepts in the business, as the job
was done witn tne nicety oi pioies-sionals.
H.J.Bragg died Monday after
noon at the residence of his son-in-law,
Mr. Thos. Ratts, on North Gar
den street, after a long and painful
illness. The funeral services were
conducted at Concord church Tues
day morning at 11 o'clock by Rev.
W. R. McKennon, and the inter
ment took place in Concord ceme
tery. Deceased was in the 72nd
year of his age, and had been for
many veurs a resident oi this piace,
whcre'he followed the tailor's trade.
Two children survive him, his wife
having preceded him to the grave
some years ago.
The remains of Mrs. William F
Moore, Jr., who died Saturday even
ing at 3 o'clock in rsashville, were
brought here Monday morning and
interred in Rose Hill Cemetery,
prayer being said at the grave by
Rev. D. O. Kelley, the funeral ser
vices having been held in Nashville
at the residence Sunday afternoon.
Deceased wa9 a daughter of Mr.
Robt. Young, and was first married
to Mr. John D. Lee. She leaves a
husband and several children, who
have the sympathy of many friends.
Photos 50c per dozen at Young's.
Mr. Jas. Lewis has been on the
sick list for several days.
Cabinet Photos $1.00 per dozeu at
Fielden Bros', gallery. tf
Mr. J. S. Rushtonls now clerking
at Figures & McLemore's.
Clarence Williams is now with
the Southern Express Company.
For rent, a dwelling on West
Sixth street. W.S.Fleming.
The Trade Palaco is giving free
concerts now with their gramo
phone. Good saddle and harness horse for
sale cheap. Apply to C. Fieldkn,
the Photographer. It
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lander have
moved to the McCord residence, on
West Sixth street.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. "
Mr. J. D. Wright had his left hand
badly mashed while working at the
depot one day last week.
Sol Gross, the "Bee Hive" man,
has a list of good Christmas bar
gains in this week's Hkhald.
Parents desiring their children in
structed in Latin, should apply to
dec3 3t Rev. W. D. Wendel.
Woldridge & Irvine have pur
chased a larce new irraphaphone,
which can be heard free for the
That little subscription account
von owe the Herald, if paid, would
enable us to enjoy Christmas all the
A full line of all kinds of fresh
canned goods, cheese, crackers, etc
at Hunk's Fruit Stand. It
Mr. Inne8 Dobbins has accepted a
position with the Simmons Hard
wnrn do., of St. Louis, and will be
iHn tho New Year in his new Held
. . . 11T. L U .111 An1 fl,A
nt a mp. w B uuu lit) will imiu hid
work in h s new territory Dotn
niananntnnri profitable, for certain
v no vonnir man in Columbia is
" J 7 " CI .
more richly deserving oi success.
You can get anything you want in
tho linn of furniture, carpets ana
wn II nnner at R. L. Weakley's, 2:
North Summer street, Nashville
A wise man considers stock, finis
and price. A foolish man considers
price. 1 have tne tnree rigm on
cemetery work. Call and be con
vinced. . 1. I'AYNK,
Telephone 57. Columbia, Tenn.
The Columbia Herald, the
Memphis Commercial Appeal, and
"Bob Taylor's Tales." all for $1.25.
How would that do ior a nnstnias
present? Or for that matter, three
Christmas presents, giving the first
to your mother, the second to your
father, the third to vour Bister or
somebody else's sister. All for $1.25
Ole Misti3 brought a sob from the
heart of the world," says the cele
brated authoress. Octave Thanet
"All his stories are beautiful aud
the atmosphere is delightful" she
nriHs. "Soncs and Stories From
Tennessee." by John Trotwood
Moore. A beautiful Christmas
present to send a friend.
declO 4t Woldbidoe & Ibvixe
Vrank Borum will leave the first
of the year to make his future home
in Nashville when he is not on the
road having accepted a place with
the Deering Machine Co. Columbia
is the loser when such young men
a Frank Borum leave for other
lipids of labor: and this is but
nn.ither illustration of the lament
able truth that the cities continually
drain the towns of their best busi
ness young men.
Cream cakes, marshmallow cakes
imnpv cakes, teacakes. vanilla wa
fer cakes in fact all kinds of cakes
come and buv cheap for Christinas
iIitk. the fruit and candy kitche
man, corner S. Main and 8th st. It
nt Trotwood's book the Kansas
City Monthly says: "There is so
much of tenderness, of pathos, of
humor in the stories, that the read
er swings between a smile and a
tear while he reads ther.i. Here
after there must be a new division
of literary laurels in the South.'
A great holiday present. iiuy one
of Woldbidob & Irvine.
The Right Place!
Rftei Wing mm Town
hits discovered the right place, and
knows where he can procure his
For those who are cxpeetint: some
thing extra this year. Vou will
agree with him when you have
looked over our stock of
The season for giving is upon us.
Act wisely and give useful pres
ents; they are doubly appreci
ated. How would a handsome
Carpet or Tretty Hug do
Nothing could be more appro
priate. We have a large stock
of these goods, together with the
prettiest line of Mattings ever
shown here. A handsome
Trunk, fine Pair of Blankets,
Stylish Cape or Jacket
would make an excellent pres
ent. We can please you in any
of these lines, while our prices
are Irresistible. With increased
force we are unable to wait upon
Our Clothing Customers
with that promptness we desire.
But it cannot be helped, the peo
ple will have our CLOTHING.
Nearly 30 years experience has
tauzht many to have no other.
We have style in both
Overcoats and Suits
that cannot bo had elsewhere.
With our large stock, it matters
not whether you are short or
' tall, fator lean, we can fit you,
regardless of size or shape.
And lots of little novelties like Calen
dars, Ink Stands, Papery Knives, and
we uhts. etc. too many coous nun
mmiv Tiriees to mention here. Yon will
have to visit us
You are cord Inly in-
Midge & Irvine,
tea table was presided over by Mrs.
William Morgan, while the hostess
made the Welch rarebit, and the
few hours were spent in a most de
lightful manner. Those present
were: Mesdames J. T. Wooten,
Thos. Worthington.J.F,. Greer, A. S.
James, K. S. Fowler and Miss Rosa
Led urn ut Sirlnit Hill.
Dr. J. It. Winchester, Hector of
Christ Church, Nashville, will do
liver a lecture before the students of
Branhum & Hughes' School this
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. Win
chester has made himself very help
ful to young men, by Ids inspiring
and sympathetic talks before the Y.
M. C. A., and elsewhere. All
friends of education are cordially
invited to hear him.
The Ladles Church Aid Soci ety of
the Episcopal Church will serve din
ner in a room on the public square
I on Jan. 1st, 1811S, the proceeds to go
to the benefit of the Kectory i unu.
i The Herald can promise the good
people of Columbia and vicinity a
most appetizing menu.
Miss Mary Gant entertained the
I Embroidery Circle at her home on
West Seventh street last rnuay
FAU.tt FOR SALE.
Dwelling for Kent for 1898.
Hmisp on nth street, with cood cis
tern and garden. Apply to W. M
rhnffln at Maury National Bank
The following officers were elected
and installed for the ensuing year at
the stated convocation of Lafayette
Chapter No. 4 of Masons, last Mon
day niitht: W. A. Smith, H. P.;
F. M. Vautrhan, K.; William Shock
ley, 8.; D. W. Peters, C H.; E. G.
Johnson, P. 8.; John Lawrle, R. A.
C; W. T. Ussery, M. 3rd V.; D. T.
Waynick, M. 2nd V.; Joe Ritt, M.
1st V.; Frank Swansburg, Treas
urer; J. II. Dugger, Secretary; J.
M. Cabler, Sentinel.
All kinds of candles, nuts.oranges,
apples, raisins, citron, prunes,
rnnn? America and cream cheese,
canned goods and everything nice
nn.i frh for Christmas, cheap, as
any house in the city.
It Tucker Bros.
Crashed to Death.
German Pennington, of Lawrence
omintv. van killed last Saturday by.
a horse which he was riding falling
Tie Holidays aie Coming!
And of course you'll want good
things to eat. We are in the Busi
ness to furnish the best, and here's a
trail oerries. uriige.
DENNIS , , r,i,i ij
19 MIO 11 UlUt) aim liuu n jia
stand, South Main street, the place.
Send us an order or come yourself
Citizens' Phone 146. nov26 6t
IVrsonals tolled From Exchanges.
Horace Cecil, of Maury County,!
ia visiting th family oi u. r.
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Fowlkes. Frankllu Keview-Appeai.
M inn Snaie Cheairs, of Spring Hill,
ftttended the House-Colley wedding
last evenlug. Williamson County
Hon. Lem Padgett, of Columbia,
was in tne Durg inis wee.
Padgett Is being urged by a great
hia friend to make the
race for Congress. Lawrenceburg
Hundred and Fifty Acr Near
What is known as Mrs. Jane
Gary's home place, on Carter's
Creek. loO acres, well watered, wen
improved: all in cultivation and
grass. Good land and desirable
neighborhood, f or particulars ap
ply to B. S. or S. Q. Gary,
decu-4t spring inn, lenn.
W. T. Richardson to Mis?
Samuel l'orter Mcuiain
Tennie Bufora to Miss
12 Pounds Seed. Tick Coffee, $1.
We are just in receipt of the largest
and finest lot of Christmas candies ever
brought to this market, from the finest
oiUrt,ui Minenlittps tocommon stick and
far. cinrtv. We have them all and
will soli them from 8e per pound up
Call and save big money on your can
iha Arhucklo'g 4-X or Levei-iDir
4 11, a heat. Mne.h:L and Java roast
an nti na other llOllHOS Sell at 3.(0, lb.
607.. bottle snuff for ."0
Vrpsh ekes. crackers, nuts and rais-
ia inat.ln. Sfleded raisins, citron, crys
talizeil nine annles. cherries, etc, for
fruit cakes at bottom prices.
Bell Telephone 21. North Main Street
Maury County Teachers' Association.
The weather being so very un
favorahle. there were very few pres
ent, at the last meetine or the Maury
County Teachers' Association, hence
the meeting auiourneu to meet jau
uary 1, 18'JH, at which time the pro
irmmme arranged for the last meet
ino-will be presented. This being
thntime for the election of officers
for the ensuing six months, all mem
bers are especially urgeu to oe pres
Tt- . ...... fc" . t t Uann
The one-hundredth anniversary
of the birth of Rev. Franklin Gil
lette Smith, founder of the Colum
bia Athenuium, was celebrated with
appropriate exercises in the btuuy
Hall or the Ainenceuni iasi iuhhuu.v
evening. The memory of Rector
Kmitb a sketch of whose life will
be found elsewhere in this paper is
cherished by a large number of
persons here and elsewhere who
wpre associated wiui mm uuuuk
his life and learned to love him ior
his superior traits of character.
Following is a programme of the
"Coronation March," from the Folkun
ger Kretsehmer. Pianos, Profs. Von
Adelung, Mrs. K. A. McKinney,
ViraesS. aud V. Childress; Violins,
Messrs. Guest and Johanet; Clarinets,
Dr. W. A. Smith, Mr. V. U. Smith;
Flute, Mr. Isaac Hall; Cornet. Miss
Shenpard; Trombone, Mr. Krnest
Sheppard-.Tuha, Mr. W. M. Tiller;
Contro Has co, Mr. W. O. Hinds.
Address of Welcome Prof. Isaac Hall,
of the Athenseum faculty.
Vocal Solo "A Woodland Serenade".
Miss Kunuv Williams.
Address "My School Days With Vector
Smith" Mrs. Annie Aiderson White,
plimu 1 KT, I .
Violin Solo "Ave Maria"' Mr. Joha
net, accompanied on organ by 1 ior.
Von Adeluntrandhai pby Mrs. Hosea.
Address "The lulluenee of the, School
for (iirls, Kstahlished by Kev. 1'. i.
Smith" l'rof. P. W. Dodson, County
Supt. of Education.
Duet "Hondo," opus K!; violin, l'rot. J.
II. Guest: piano. Prof. on Adelung.
Piano Solo Improvisation
.Prof. Von Adelunii-
Oration "The Life and Character of
Kev. Franklin G. Smith" Uev. u. C.
Kellev. D. D.
rmpromtu remarks from citizens who
knew flir. ftmnn.
Jubilee Overture Organ, pianos, or
chestra and chorus.
The overture closed with the English
National Anthem, "God Save tho
King," to which the words ot "Amer
ica" were writteu by the Kev. S. F.
Harrison Telephones For Sale.
I have about one hundred Harri
son telephones I am anxious to sell.
They were used only a few months
by the late Clarksville Telephone
Co. They are better than Hie lot
sold soon alter the exchange closed,
for I have put somi improvements
on them. They will do fairly well
for private lines. Will soil cheap in
lots to suit purchasers.
James D. Randall,
Manufacturer's Agent M Monroe
St., Memphis, Tenn. declO-lt
Evan llonn Striuk by Train ami
Wednesday evening about 7
o'clock, as Evan Roan was passing
the South Main street railroad cross
ing, he was 6truck by a train, and
painfully hurt, his head being badly
cut in several places and his foot
mashed. The engine attached to
the N. & C. passenr train and an
engine on the L. & N. road happen
ed to strike the crossing at the stimo
time, going in opposite directuns,
and, as the tracks are close together,
neither Roan nor tho crews on tho
train know which engine struck him.
MARKED DOWN PRICES.
The next ten days our entire
stock of Millinery at half price,
Special One lot of Sailors and
Walking Hats below cost.
Mis Nellie Cauuoll.
Tucker & Toss
Will sell 8Hb. Arbuckle's Coffee for
$1.00 and 108.8. good green Coffee
for $1.00. Don't forget the . place,
next door to the Guest Houso.
GarwoodNsSarsaparma ior the blocd
guaranteed to cure. a.u.iai.
A LETTER FROM
Messrs. Woldridge 4 Irvine:
I have been stopping at
the day to rest for several
had the pleasure of seeing
boys and girls there. You
look for me next Tuesday.
The Quartette Club crave a delight
ful concert at Mni6. Lenni Esteve's
studio, on West Seventh street last
Friday evening, the anair being
under the direction of Mine. Esteve,
assisted by Miss Ressie Dale, Prof.
J. Hough Guest and Dr. J. P. Hern-
don. The following programme was
Overture "William Tell," by Ilos-
Vocal Solo Dr. Herndon.
Selection by Quartette.
"Iiegende," by Wieniawski
J, llOUIl UUCBU
Selection by Quartette.
"Because 1 Love You" violin ob-
Ucato Miss Date.
Selection by Quartette.
Violin Solo J. nougn vjucbi.
The members of the Quartette
Club, which was organized quite re
cently, are: Madame Leonie
Esteve, Mrs. li. U. UUiton, musses
Lela Coleman and Camille L. Hern
don, with Miss Johanet as substi
a great many
may tell them to
h SANTA CLAUS.
The children of the "Garland of
Girls" circle have decided to have
their entertainment on Saturday
the 18th. beginning at one o'clock,
in the vacant house on isortn Main
street, next to Satterfleld & Dod
eon's carriage house. The little
play, "A Ticket to The Circus," win
bec-in at two o'clock. In the fair
there will be two attractive tables,
one for embroidery, etc., and one for
candy. Besides, there Is to be a
! frroh.hnrr Aa tha entertainment la
1 i ttle 1 for charity to little children, we
nope it win De given gooa patron-
Mrs. Robert Pillow entertained at
luncheon on Thursday afternoon of
' last week, complimentary to the
Misses Purvis, of Chattanooga. The
FULL FROM TIIK UIMIWE.
Joe KeynoliU l'rolmlily Fntally Injured
The Hkkald's correspondent,
"Fitz," from Godwin, reports a de
plorable accident which occurred at
the new railroad bridge over Duck
River at that place, Wednesday
afternoon, as a result of which Joe
Reynolds received injuries which
may terminate fatally.
At the time of tho accident the
young man was at work on the
bridge, jacking up a girder, when
the jack slipped and knocked him
off. The distance to the ground
was about 20 feet, and in falling his
head struck a brace, splitting his
skull. He was otherwise badly
hurt and has been unconscious
since, and his recovery is doubtful.
Ha was taken to the home of Mr.
J. O. Dawson, where he received
The young man is 18 or 20 years
old, and his home is at Estill
Is our specialty, but we also
handle block Jellico, Provi
dence and other brands, and also
wood. Prompt delivery, and special
Inducements to purchasers in large
quantities. Yard near depot.
W. H. DAVIS & CO.,
10 22 ly Huceensorg to A. Ada Jason.
Columbia's show windows
sent a beautiful appearance
now with their displays of holiday
goods. From the preparations that
are being made, this will bo one ol
the most enjoyable Christmasea in
Are now receiving candies, nuts,
raisins and all kinds of Christmas
goods, and will make special prices.
lie sure to see thein before buying
next door to the Guest House.