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TUB COLUMBIA HEliALD: FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 18l!.
Always Up With
Our businesss policy has been to
ride with the band wagon,' and
the spring of 1898 is not the ex
ception. Our buyer for the past
three weeks, has been in the
Eastern markets, and with the
ready cash in hand, to pick up
the bargains, and this time he
has far outdone himself.
The New Stuffs
Are Rolling In.
In the face of high tarilis even
we own at old prices a rich gath
ering of early spring dress goods.
A Large Collection of
Inexpensive Dress Goods.
New American Beauties at 12c,
20c, 29c, 35c to 50o a yard. Con
sisting of hethen effects, plaids,
broken plaids and solids, etc., etc.
New Dressy Dress
Goods and Suitings.
Whipcords, coverts, illuminated,
diagonals and other good styles.
Trices, 48c, 75c to 98c a yard.
No two alike. Everyone a thing
of beauty and a work of art. rri
ces range from $4.00 to $8.00 per
New Spring Percales,
New Madras Cloths.
For shirts and waists. The prop
er thing for right now
No Use Talking ,
or arguing the matter of Shoes.
For style, quality, fit, durability
and low prices, we lead. Our
new spring Oxfords are ooming
in. Ask to see them.
Special Offer for Next
Saturday and Monday,
A eood bleached sheeting for
BOO vards 30-inch bleached do
A limited lot of fine white sheer
India linon, the 10c kind, at Go.
MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SOHE COMPANY.
Mrs. I. M. Powell, who has been
quite sick for the past week, we are
glad to report mucn improved, ner
dauzhteis. Mrs. Nettie Wilbur and
Mrs. Frunk McIIann, of Nashville,
am hnre attending her bedside. Mrs
Geo. Sedberrv and Mr. Ous Powell
also came out from Nashville Mon
rtav. hut returned Wednesday. The
numerous friends of Mrs. Powell
vrlah for her a sneedv recovery.
Sidney Cameron returned Friday
to Hheffleld. Ala.
Mr. 1$. T. Tiller has begun the
erection of a dwelling on his lot re
cently purchased of J. D. Wright on
South Garden street.
Mr. Baxter Williams and family
have moved to one of the Shaw
Hwllinir9 on South Hiffh street.
Mr. W. It. Craig and family have
moved to the Galloway place on
Month Main street.
Fred Owen entertained a number
of hi fronds in a pleasant manner
last Wednesday evening. Refresh
ments were served.
Miss Annie Helm is visiting
frlenas in Nashville.
Miss Lena Eddy is visiting friends
n Howling Green, Ky.
Miss Annie White returned Tues
day from a visit to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Hughes are
back from a trip to Florida.
Mrs. Tennie Porter is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. T. Chaffln.
Dave Bogatzky has returned from
a trip to the Eastern markets.
Miss Etta Adkisson has returned
from a visit to relatives at Culleoka.
Miss Nell Yoest visited Mrs. E. J.
Meacham of Lewisburg, last week.
Mrs. Hicks Davis, of Rutherford
county, is the guest of Mrs. E. F.
Miss Jennie Claybrook, of Frank
lin, is the guest of Mrs. Frank
Miss Lizzie Davis, of Fountain
Creek, is visiting the family of Mr.
M. M. Butts.
Miss Henrietta Lazarus, after an
extended stay in New York, has re
Miss Bessie Moore, after a visit to
relatives at Birmingham, has re
Mrs. Henry Gross returned this
week from a visit to her daughter at
Messrs. James Roberts and M. M.
Butts have returned from a business
trip to Nashville.
Mr. N. Hirsch and Mi38 Blanche
Stewart are in Nashville on busi
ness for the Trade Palace.
Mr. Tate Jones, of Pulaski, re
turned home Wednesday after a
visit to Mr. Frank Everett.
Miss Lelia Holman, who has been
visiting in Lewisburg , for several
weeks, has returned home.
Miss Lizzie Brown Houser visited
Miss Olivia Foster, of Carter's
Creek, the first Qt the week.
Mrs. M. McClellan has returned
from a visit to her daughter Mrs.
Robt. Jones, of Huntsville, Ala. ).
Messrs. Arch Moore and Ad For-
gey, with their families, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Harlan this week.
Mrs. Ida Scott, who has been
visiting her cousin Mrs. Jno. Fry,
has returned to her home in Lynn-
Mr. J. H. Thomas, Mrs. Geo. L.
Thomas, Mr. Ronald Thomas and
Miss Ida left last week for New
Mr. J. Rosenthal returned this
week from his trip East, where he
purchased a full stock of spring
Mrs. W. R. Hutton, of Shelby-
ville, returned home yesterday,
after a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W.J. Dale.
Mrs. E. H. Hatcher and son Char
lie, who have been visiting in
Louisiana for the past month, re
turned home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Roberts left
Tuesday for Chattanooga, after a
visit to Mrs. Roberts' parents, air.
and Mrs. E. M. Sheegog.
Mrs. Geo. Nichols, who has been
with the family of her father, Rev.
Mr. Ussery, for some time, nas re
turned to her home in Alabama.
Mrs. Mary Cade and Mr. Frank L.
Cade, who were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. F. D. Lander, lert this week for
their home in Paducah, Kentucky.
Miss House, who has been teach
ing at Andrews, has closed her
school. She leaves for Franklin to
day, after spending several days
very pleasantly with Miss Hay
Mr. Geo. E. McKennon, buyer for
McKennon, Anderson & Foster, re
turned yesterday from New York
and other places East. He says
"war talk" is about all that can be
heard up there just now.
between a nicely papered room
and one which is shabby with old
paper or with discolored anddis
figuered walls is just as great as
between the iow prices of our
elegant patterns of Wall Paper
and the high prices which used
to be charged for very ordinary
paper. Our stock for 181)8 is now
complete ai.d includes papers
rrom3"octo J5 00 per roll, vve
can't tell you about the hand
some designs and colorings, you
nave to see them.
If Your House
our strictly pure horBe-shoe
brand Mixed Paint will cost you
less money and last longer than
any paint you can use. Come in
and get a color card and let us
post you as to quality and values.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
COLUMBIA ARSENAL CALLED ON.
Major Greer Receive a Significant In
quiry From the War Department.
MhiorJohnE. Greer, Command
ant in charge of the Columbia Arse
nal, received a telegram yesterday
from the War Department at wasn
ineton. askiwr if he was prepared to
manufacture for the government on
short notice, infantry equipments,
cavalry equipments, horse equip
ments and artillery harness. The
Major replied that this Arsenal was
not equipped for that work right now,
but that upon short notice and with a
comparatively small outlay of money
he could have himself in readi
ness for the work. It would be quite
a boom to Columbia if this Arsenal
should have added to it a manufac
turinz supply department, and Major
Greer will give his Influence in that
direction. The inquiry is very slg
niflcant, implying, as it unmistaka
bly does, that this government is not
only preparing for war, but prepar
ing in a hurry, by using tne wire in
stead of the mail.
and hay tools, steel tanks, etc., at
tf Satterfield & Dodson's.
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Maurice employes skilled labor. It I
Bethell House barber-shop; shave
10c. tf '
Miss Lillian Brooks is able to be
out after a spell of sickness.
Twelve pounds strictly irood irreen
coffee for $1.00 at Tuckeb Bros, li
Mr. W. J. Dale has been on the
sick list this week, but is now improved.
The friends of Rev. W. A. Provlne
will be glad to hear that he is im-t
Cabinet Photos $1.00 per dozen at
Fielden Bros', gallery. tf
Mrs. V. E. Bostick, who has been
sick for several days, we are glad to i
Wilkes & Derry berry, undertakers
South Main 6treet, Brown Block.
Mr. Eugene Anderson, who has
been sick for several days, is improving.
Frequent and constant advertising
brought me all I own. A. T.
Mr. Wiley B. Embry, who has
been on the sick list this week, is
Dr. M. P. Merrill had his foot
scalded several days ago, and has
been forced to walk on crutchers
Miss Lucy Floyd Is rebuilding her
house on South Main street, wnicn
was recently destroyed by fire.
The question Is no longer: "To
advertise or not to advertise," but
"where?" And invariably the
question should be answered with
"Wanted, salesmen to handle our
lubricating oils on commission in
Columbia and vicinity. Liberal
trms. The Euclid Oil Company
Cleveland, Ohio. It
Miss Lizzie Shackelton, of Cin
cinnati, has accepted a position in
the millinery department or tne
Trade Palace, and is now East with
Mr. T C. Petri, selecting spring pat
"Aunt" Dicy Martin, a respected
colored woman, died Tuesday night
at her home on High street. The
funeral services were conducted
yesterday in St. Paul's A. M. E
The wills of the late T. J. Cole
burn and S. 8. Matthews were
probated in the county court this
week. Both wills bequeath all the
nrooertv of the deceased to Mr.
tatthews' wife, who was u sister of
Mr. John M. Burns has been con
fined to his bed for several days
with grip, but we are glad to report
him improving. Hla little daugh
ter Alma has alto been seriously ill
with pneumonia, but yesterday her
condition was thought to be
Over our fresh
and Mrs. Will
Wft hnv wheat every day in the
year; always in the market with top
prices and win Duy any quanmy,
large or small. Don't sell until you
get our oilers; we may put money in
your pockets. Citizens' 'phone 60,
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Phirnlx Bank Statement.
Elsewhere in this issue of the
Herald will be fou id a statement
of the condition of the Phoenix
Bank. The statement is an excel
lent one and speaks well for the
management of that institution. It
shows that it now has on deposit
$10,000 more money than was shown
in the statement made about this
HniQ loaf vonr - it also shows the
IX II I U 1MHII J v. v a. f -
i',tt.i,.faa Bum in overdrafts or
only $543. Another commeudable
fond.ro r,f th Phnenix is that of the
loans, amouuting to $90,000, the
directors have carefully inspected
timm nil oiH found noue that could
Free Silver !
' Xo, but a free hitch yard is what we
offer all our customers and groceries
and seeds at rock bottom prices
12 lbs best sed-tlek coffee
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.. "la ""L -;.v r T .overtoil
VIM lit'Sl AruutMo, i no
8 llis h.st noiia "5k il
Don't fall to see us before you buy
your field and garden seeds. We
have a full line of
Northern white and black oats, onion
sets, etc., and everything usually
kept in the field seed line.
rierson a; n-mury.
Horace Ridley and Clarence Blair,
two negro boys, got into a fight at
the depot last Tuesday, and began
throwing stones at each other. One
or the stones flew into the negro
waiting-room and struck a negro
baby on the head, inflicting a dan
gerous wound and causing uncon
sciousness. Shortly afterwards the
mother and her baby boarded the
south-bound train, and the trainmen
report that the child died before
reaching Lynnville. The negro boys
were arrested on a charge of va
grancy and arraigned before Judge
Erwiu Monday morning, who sent
them to the work-house for three
Mr. Mack Blfle,
was visiting Mr.
Watson last week.
Mr. J. M. Hunt is In Perry county
this week on business.
Mr. Felix Walker, of Swan Creek,
was visiting friends in South East
Mrs. Will Pllkilton is visiting her
father, Rev. R. Hull, at Williams
port, this week.
Mrs. J. C. Hicks, of Ben, ia visit
ins: the old folks at home thia week.
Messrs. Pleasant Massey and
Thomas Voorhies were visiting in
the Bear Creek neighborhood re
Mr. Jeff Haley and Miss Burton
Pu?h attended the McCaiti-Dugger
wedding Thursday night of last
week, at McCain's Church.
Mr. Wash Taylor is building a
neat house, and will shortly move
and go to house-keeping.
Mr. Bailey Peyton is Improving
his place, and making it quite
Mrs. J. W. Pugh, Mrs. Scotten and
Mrs. W. S. Tucker are all on the
sick list this week. We wish for
them a speedy recovery.
Surprised first, at the
Surprised second, at the
Surprised third, at the
Surprised fourth, at the
We solicit a comparison of goods
and prices, knowing you will
find an unsurpassed line of new,
choice and seasonable goods in
Beautiful Line of Dress Goois,
including many new weaves and
novel effects just out.
New Silks, Laces, and Embroi
deries, Prints, Ginghams, . . ,
Percales, Organdies, etc. . . .
We will take pleasure in showing
you the largest line ol
Carpets, Mattings and Rugs
ever brought to Columbia. We
closed out a lot of beautiful mat
tings at old prices, and we offer
them to you at last fall's prices,
although mattings have ad
vanced 20 to 40 per cent. The 110
rolls will go in a hurry at pres
ent prices, so come now if you
want a chance at these bargains.
Everybody knows what to ex
pect when it comes to
We always lead. This season we
will surpass all previous efforts.
Cnme and See what we have to
offer. It will not be necessary
to buy to be welcome.
Two Cold Feet
Are common aftlietions. So Com
mon Jn fact that we have laid in
an extra supply of
Hot Water Bottles.
This is something you need and
we cordially invite you to see
Mrifige k Irvine,
business of importance. All the
members are urged to be present,
and each one is asked to bring a
new member if possible.
Tennemiee Conference, Columbia DUtrlot,
Seooml Uountl of yuarterly Meeting
South Columbia Mar. 12, 13.
olumbla. . Mar. 1M, 14.
Mt. Pleasant .. ... Mar. 1),2(.
orter's Mar. 20, 21.
Olivet. Mar. 21,27.
Booth' Mar. 30.
Aspen Hill April 2, 8.
lurricane April v, in.
Mooresville Circuit April 10, 11.
VV. It. Peebles, v.
Combined Horses for Sale.
Car load of combined h6rses for
sale. Preston & Pedigo,
mar4-2t Glasgow, Ky.
J!tst laundry soap, per pozen - ,n
r iiw wmntrv dried peaches J
i-w York Karly Komj Irish potatoes
l'i'.'ij'.'.'',4. 1 - Hullr. I'll
All kinds pnriten ana nem -u. ,n
VhltoHsti shingles, per l.Hfl .. ....... , fi
(ii liav, corn and l.n.n, we beat hem on. ,M
Sew Orleans molasses, per gallon -v
APRIL 1 and 2.
1 1898. 1
Spring Millinery unenini
TRADE .. PALACE. (
"As We Sow
So Shall We Reap."
If we sow bad seed, we cannot ex-
Eect to reap a good harvest. We
ave GARDEN SEED of all kinds
but none except the best and freshest.
Northern Seed Potatoes
of the improved varieties.
Our Groceries Hease.
We are selling 9 pou.T" of Arbuck
le's, 4-X or Leverine's coffee for $1.
If you know a good thing, you will
not be slow to accept this.
W. W. DENNIS,
South Main Street, near Square.
Personals Called From Exchanges.
Mra.John B. Gray returned last
Saturday from a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jas. Bostick, of Mt. Pleas
ant. Miss Louise Frierson, whose
charming manner has won for her
many friends here, returned Mon
dav to her home in Columbia after
a visit to Miss Saidee McFadden.
Miss Minnie Leneave, of Colum
bia, Tenn., is the guest of Miss May
Pensfleld. Chattanooga rsews.
Imperial Plows, just received none
so good ; no repairs to Duy. Bee
tf BATTER FIELD & UODSOX.
Maury County Teachers' Association.
The Maury County Teachers
Association held its regular month
ly meeting: at the Andrews School
Building, Saturday, March 5, 1898 at
10 a. m. Mr. A. U. Allen presiding
The meeting was opened with pray
er by Mr. W. B. Turner, after which
the house proceeded to Dusiness.
Only two numbers of the program
previously arranged wore rendered.
Miss Friel read a paper on "Ger
man Education." Mr. D. T. Harris
gave an able discourse on "How
Can a Teacher Make His Profession
Respected." Mr. Harris had given
this subject deep thought, and his
Ideas will no doubt prove benenctal
to those who were so fortunate as to
The president, Mr. Allen, ap
pointed the following teachers as
members of tne new executive com
mittee: Mr. W. B. Turner, Chair
man: Mr. Jas. A. Bostick, Mr.W. D.
Scott, Mrs. C. W. Mitchell, Miss
Mary E. Blackburn.
The next meeting or tne associa
tlon will be held at Andrews School
Saturday, April 2, 1898, at which
time plans for the summer Institute
will be discussed.
The proeram arranged for next
meeting is as follows:
Early History of Education In Ten
nesse" ...Mr. W. B. Turner.
"What Should a Teacher Teach Outside
of Text Books" .Mrs. C. W. Mitchell,
A Teacher's Responsibility For the
UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letter re-maininginthepost-otUce,
for the week
ending March V, 189
Ecll Telephone 2. North Miu Street.
Mr. John W. Cecil has purchased
the hotel at Mann's hprings, and
will make some extensive improve
ments on the building. The springs
this year will be in charge of Messrs.
Cecil & Este.
We have secured for this season,
Miss LIZZIE SHACKELTON,
who has had several years expe
rience in Sew York and abroad.
She is now East selecting our
and will be here In a few days.
We cordially invite every lady to
call and examine our stock. Don t
forget opening days,
ATK1L 1 dil 2.
Trade Palace. T. c. FETRI.
Larimore, C W
Lehman, F C
McKennon, II D
Perry, C K
Perry, J K
Rose, Ann M
l yier aran
Caruthers, Josh 4
Hart, W F
Head, J F
Parties callinc for the above letters
please sav advertised.
Bishop Gailor never falls to secure
a lame ana appreciative audience
when he comes to Columbia. His
sermon at St. Peter's Epicopal
church last Monday night was lis
tened to by a large congregation
and was very much enjoyed by all
His text was take a from Hebrews
2:1 "Therefore we ought to give the
more earnest heed to the things
which we have heard, lest at any
time we should let them slip." His
discnurse contained some excellent
thoughts and was presented in
clear and forcible manner. After
the sermon he administered con'
urination to a class of one. lie re
mained in Columbia until Wednes
day. when he lett for Spring Hill
where he will preach to day. wnue
here he was a truest at the institute
The Waynesboro Tribune says
"Raw-TV T. VVuvniofc. of nnliimhla
preached three interesting sermons
in our town last week. He is repre
senting the Richland Presbytery in
raisinu: funds to establish an orphan
age in Columbia. When completed
according to the proposed plau, tin
establishment will be a first class
Industrial school permanently en
dowed and open to the poor an
helpless children within the bound
of the said nresbyterv, regardless of
ci-eed oi parents, and it win oe a
credit to the people of the district
and an honor to those who push the
philanthropic movement to success.
Rev. D. T. Waynick secured about
$200 in Waynesboro to put into the
"Dr. Kelley speaks very highly,
but not extravagantly, of Dr. J. C.
Morris, pastor of McKendree," says
Zion'a Outlook. "He compares him
to Bishop Marvin. We are sorry
Dr. Morris is not a member of our
next General Conference, a position
Stona Canea Nolle l'roiljeir Terrell
Sentenced for SO Year.
The famous Stone cases were
brought to an abrupt terminus in the
Circuit Court last Friday, when
Judge Williams entered a nolle
prosequi. Those cases hav attrac
ted a great deal of attentiorJ for more
thsn two years past. Mrs. tstone,
alias McConathy, etc., and her sous,
were cha'ged with the larceny of
numerous articles or more or less
value from the citizens of the Dark's
Jeff Terrell, who killed Demps
Rountree (both colored) near Car
ter's Creek about three months ago,
was sentenced to the penitentiary
for twenty years. An appeal was
taken to the Supreme court.
Andrew Taves, a colored roost
raider, was given four months in, the
Rush Mitchell, colored, was tinea
$50 for carrying a pistol.
Bill Moore, colored, was sent to
the work-house for 30 days for assault.
The case of 8tate vs. Thos. H.
Brown, charged with obstructing
the publlo road, resulted in a mistrial.
Court adjourned Monday after
noon. Grand Jury's KMort.
We, the grand Jury, beg Unvt;tonuke
the following report, viz.: We recom
mend that the timber la ml ln-lonIng
to the poor-house he sold and a new ,
front yard fence he hniit in front of
said poor-house; also a partition fence
through the yard to keep the sexes
separate. We re'urn our thanks to
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harris for their
many courtesies shown us. We alo
return our thanks to the court, the
Attorney-General, Sheriff, and especial
ly to Mr. W. 8. Crawford, for lliuir
kindnesses. On anconntof the adjourn
ment of court, we have been compelled
to postpone the further consideration of
many cases of importance, particularly
of EuRene Moseley et al., chaigod with
robbery and felonious assault and bat
tery. Respectfully submitted,
Samuel 11. Uenham, Jvoreman; it. (.
Harris, A. A. Hodge, W. A. Voas, T. W.
ainar, f. 1'. Rlurphy, J. V. iiouos, j. .
Hardison. J. E. Haywood, J. S Sea-
graves, J. A. Lynn, W. J. Parsons,. W.
Future of His Pnniia" we did all one ballot could do to
Mr. Jas. A. Bostick, place him in. The church would be
Impressions of 'Quo Vadis'" ... siirnallv fortunate if Dr. Morris met
.Miss Mary E. Blackburn.
Ellen F. Friel, Sec'y.
Fatronize home industry by buy
ing "Blue Seal" and "Everbright"
nour. Home labor. Home capital.
COLUMBIA MILL S ELEVATOR CO.
Giles Connty Politics.
The Democratic primary election
for county offices held Saturday,
Feb. 2G, in Giles county, resulted in
the nomination of D. L. Eslick, for
County Court Clerk; J. P. Rivers,
for Sheriff; Thos. P. Holt, for Cir
cuit Court Clerk; R. H. Ragsdale,
for Tiustee, and N. R. Brown for
Register. Fancy prices were paid
for votes, it is said, $7, $3 and $10 be
ing the common price. One enter
prising youth speculated in votes,
buyinir them in bunches and then
selling them again for higher prices.
A Chinese Wall
is what our competitors would like
to build around this town to keep
out competition, yet we think we can
scale it and still be ahead. We are
still making.the very lowest possi
ble cash prices for everything in the
grocery line. Can bell you anything
in the seed line you want. If you are
not aireaay our customer give us a
trial. Buy Postum'a Cereal. We
have it. "See?"
Telephone 131. V. E. MCKENNON.
The Herald can print your stock
bills; first-class work and lowest
the same fate Bishop Marvin did in
being made Bishop while not a
member of the General Conference."
At the meeting of the Church
Workers of the South Columbia
Methodist Church list Monday
night, at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Wilson, the officers
made their semi-annual report
which showed that during the two
years of the society's existence it
had paid about $210 on the par
eonage and had $103 left iti the
treasury to be used for the same
purpose. At this rate the parsonage
debt will soon be cleared.
Richland Presbytery will meet at
Mt. Moriah, Giles county, on Fri
day, April 22, at 10:30. It is four
miles West of Wales and six miles
West of Pulaski. Pustors and ses
sions don't forget the presbyterial
duesl Come in private conveyance
li convenient, it will add to your
J. M. Ash kord, Pa3tor and Treas.
Presiding Elder "W. R. Peeples
will preach In the South Columbia
Methodist Church to-night, after
wnicn he win hold the second quar
terly conierence or that charge. He
will occupy the pulpit of the First
Methodist Church Sunday morning
and will preach again in the South
Columbia Church Sunday night.
There will be xervices at the
Catholic Church next Suuday morn
ingatlO o clock by Rev. John A
L. U. P. M. will meet with Mrs
Annie White Friday at 3 o'clock
Sjbject, Mark 3rd chapter. Leader
Mrs. Carick Paris.
The Ladiea Aid Society of the
First Methodist Church will meet
next Wednesday afternoon at
o'clock at the church, to consider
Hook and Ladder Truck.
At a called meeting of the Board
of Mayor and Aldermen last Friday
night, the Frank Cox uarriage uo.
was awarded the contract for con
structing a hook and ladder truck
for the fire department of the city,
the amount appropriated being $.510.
After fifteen years experience In the
working for others on a salary, I have
concluded to go Into business for myself.
I am East now. and after thoroughly
studying? the styles will select my stock,
ana snail return annut marcn ai, wiin
one of the most complete and
Attractive Lines of Millinery
ever broueht to Columbia. I will pay
cash for my goods, and will content
which will enable me to make satisfac
tory prices. My rooms will be In tho
Mr. T. N. FIGUERS' Shoe Store.
I have already received many kind
words of encouragement from some of
my friends, for which I feel eratcful;
and I shall hope to receive from the
public at large, a share of its
I will emply the most skillful assist
ants, and put forth every effort In my
power to give perfect sstisfactio n.
Mrs, M. E. WILLIAMSON,
Formerly With The Trade Balace.