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THE COLUMliLA IIEHALi): PKIhAY, MARCH IS.
We are Ready !
We are Vaiting !
Firmly entrenched behind the
greatest line of new Spring
Goods ever brought to this
It takes Nerve, and we had it. It
takes Cash, and we had it, to pet to
gether this greatest of all Great
Spring Btocks. We can't begin to
tell of the numberless bargains in
store for our customers.
The VirsX Counters,
Right and center, loaded with
spring fancies in Dress Goods
Double width fabrics, '2io to 2'Jc
All of the new Riyadere effects and
changeable tints in Whipcords, Mo
hairs, Coverts, French Cloths and
Henriettas, from 35c up. Grenadines,
Etamines, Dainty French Challies
and Paris Novelties. ,
Second Counter, Center,
The grandest line of Bpring
Silks in the county, Small
Checks, Medium Stripes, Shaded
Effects, Bayadere Stripes, Changea
bles, Plain Taffetas in New Shadings,
Cerisse, Burnt Orange, Robbin's
Egg, Blue, etc., and the prices range
from 40c to $1.50 per yard.
French Organdies of the dreamy,
gauzy kind, variegated hues, 253 up.
Wash fabrics. Piques, Ducks, Pe
nangs, Ginghams, Zephyrs, Muslins,
This is distinctly a lace season and
we are in great shape on laces. No
matter what you want. Call for it,
you 11 get it.
Don't Forget Us On Shoes.
We are strictly in it. Only re
liable makes and prices always
the lowest. Our new line of Oxfords
For Next Saturday ana Moniaj
As an introduction to what you
may expect later:
At 3c, 1,000 yards standard Prints,
lengths 10 to 20 yards ; styles, Calcut
ta, Blue, shirtings and Dress.
At 3'.c, Ginghams In email and
At 5c, Sheer White India Linons,
and 20 styles in Dress Ginghams, of
the standard 10c quality.
At 7,some beauties in Duck Suit
ing; both white and colored, grand
Shirting and Dress Styles. Most
merchants have to pay 8gC whole
' sale or by the case, for these. How
can we aiford it? Never mind about
that, come and buy them.
MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY,
THREE DISTKIt'T ELECTIONS.
Joe A. Mattliewi anil Cant. Holt Electe4
Maitlxtrate and C. M.
Three district elections two for
magistrate and one for constable-
were held in Maury County last
In the election for magistrate in
the 8th district, to fill out the unex
pired term of W. A. Alexander, de
ceased. Joe A. Matthews was elected
over his opponents by the following
vote: J.A.Matthews, 55: Joe A.
Grav.52: W. F. Goodrum, 27.
The election for constable in the
24th district, to fill out the unex
nired term of J. M. Hunter, resign
ed, resulted in a vlctoy for C. M
Jones over M. B. Derrvberry by a
of 20 to 17.
Allen (Can) Holt was elected mag
istrate in the 4th district over E. J.
Ashton by a vote of 07 to 57. The
election was to fill out the unex
pired term of Jas. L. White, re
signed. Free Silver !
No, but a free hitch yard is what wo
offer all our customers and groceries
and seeds at rock bottom prices:
12 lbs best geod-tlck coffee tlM
15 lbs best lent lara ........
Bibs nest AroucKio, --v. or immms
2 lbs Arburkle, 4-X or Levering coffee.
8 lbs bent Hodti
Jiest laundry soap, per dozen
lbs country dried apples
k u.s oniinlrv dried Benches
New York Knrly Hose Irish potatoes,
per bushel ................. l.ia
All kinds garden and field seeds In bulk.
WblteasU shingles, per 1000........ l.
,,..... ..- o.wi i.ii.M wp licHt them all.
New Orleans molasses, per gallon 20
WHITK A DAIJUVtlou
Bell Telephone 24. North Main Street
REAL ESTATE TKANSEERS.
The Transfer for the Week Aggregate
the Consideration of Sll.440.
a n Tirtrant s.nd wifo to Samuel J.
Heaves and wife, 208 acres in district,
Ed Mathis, of Atlanta, is here.
E. A. Fusch, of Nashville, was
here this week.
Mr. E. I. Joyce is here from a trip
Miss Rachel Hirsch returned this
week from Nashville.
Miss Emma Harlan is the guest
of friends at Santa 1 e.
Miss Annie Helm spent last week
with friends in Nashville.
Mrs. H. F. Fariss has gone East to
purchase spring millinery.
Miss Susie Baker, of Bear Creek,
is the guest of Miss Hay Davis
Mr. Albert Goad, of Pruitton, Ala.,
visited relatives here this week.
Elder J. P. Slayden left Tuesday
for Kentucky, to be absent a week.
Miss Rena Swansburg left Tues
day for a visit to Hopkinsville, Ky.
Miss Rebecca Mayes is visiting If Yftlir
Mies Hattie Thompson at Spring J lUlll
Miss Lila Coleman has returned
from a visit to Shellield and Flor
ence. Mr. Frank Swansburg has gone to
New York to buy goods for the
Mr. J. T. Stovall, of Mineral.
Texas, Is visiting Mr. W. T. Naff
Miss Minnie LeNeave ha9 return
ed home after a visit to friends in
Miss Mary Gant. who was visiting
Miss Rodgers, of Florence, Ala , has
Mr. T. M. Kaufman, of Atlanta,
Ga., spent several days with friends
here this week.
Mr. N. H. Harris, of the Arm of
Harris & Cole Bros., has returned to
Cedar Falls, la.
Mr. John E. Walker, buyer for the
Maurv Dry Goods Co., has returned
from New York.
Mr. W. C. Harrison, of Flomaton,
Ala., returned home this week after
a visit to his mother.
Miss Lazinka Brown, of Spring
Hill, is the guest of Miss Jennie
Yeatman at Ashwood.
Messrs. L. Minor and L. H. Black,
route agents for the Southern Ex
press Co., were here last weeK.
Mrs. M. E. Williamson has
turned from the East, where
purchased her spring millinery.
Mrs. Frankle Collier, who
been visiting relatives in Memphis
for several weeks, has returned
Dr. S. T. Payne, of Paducah, Ky.,
la visiting his brother at Mt. Pleas
ant, and his nephew, Mr.
Payne, of this city.
Messrs. J. P. Street and
James attended the meeting
Grand Council of the
Arcanum in Nashville this week
Miss Loulie McGavock returned
Friday from a three months' visit to
her bister, Mrs. Maggie Mitchell, of
Columbia. Williamson County
Messrs. H. P. Figuers, E. H.
Hatcher and Sam Holding were in
Pulaski this week in the interest of
Mr. Holding's candidacy for Circuit
Mrs. Lillian Douglas and little
daughter Gertrude, and Miss Susie
Lillard, who nave oeen visiting
Judge and Mrs. E. E. Erwin, re
turned to their Home in Munrees
boro this week.
Mr. T. C. Petri, of the Trade Pal-
, i t . i.
ace, returned nuturuay itom iuo
East; Miss Lfr.zie Shackelton, ins
new milliner, is now buying goods
for the spring trade, and will arrive
In Columbia Monday.
Messrs. Rube Swansburg and
Henrv Wilkins leave this morning
for Fayetteville to start a Racket
store. If the wishes of their numer
ous friends be fulfilled, they will
meet with unbounded success.
between a nicely papered room
and one which isshabby with old
paper or with discolored anddis
figuered walls is just as great as
between the ow prices of our
elegant patterns of Wall Paper
and the high prices which used
to be charged for very ordinary
paper. Our stock for 18!)8 is now
complete and includes papers
from3'icto $5.00 per roll, we
can't tell you about the hand
some designs and colorings, you
have to see them.
our strictly pure horse -shoe
brand Mixed Paint will cost you
less money and last loDger than
any paint you can use. come n
and get a color card and let u
post you as to quality and values
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST
BIU TIMBER LAND DEAL.
Kleven Thousand Acres Sold for a Cash
Consideration of 35,000.
Last Tuesday's American contain
ed the following:
"One of the biggest timber land
deals that has been consummated in
Nashville In a long time was made
In the office of the Southern Lum
berman last Saturday. It involved
11,000 acres of land, for which $25,000
in ca'sh was paid. The firm of Har
ris & Cole Bros., of Cedar Falls,
Iowa, has been operating a manu
facturing branch at Columbia,
Tenn., since X881. Their investment
at that place reaches something like
"But the timber in that section
being nearly all cut out, they had to
hunt a new site for their sawmill.
T. P. Avres and J. H. Balrd, of
Nashville, sold them three tracts of
timbered land, aggregating 11,000
acres. In Wayne and Perry Coun
ties, on the Tennessee River, for
cash consideration of $23,000. They
will immediately move their saw
mill there, and will probably in the
near future remove their entire
"N. H. Harris, senior member o
the firm, was in Nashville several
days last week with his attorney
L. P. Padgett, of Columbia."
. The Hklald has been reliably in
formed that Messrs. Harris & Cole
Bros., will not move their plant
from this place. They will estab
liah a branch mill in one of the
lower counties, but the business
here will not be affected. The cltl
zens of thia county will be glad to
hear this, as the Pump Factory is an
establ shment of which tney are
Silver watch, ladies size, broken
crystal, black guard 8. H. C.Swiss
No. 243.760. Return to Titcomb'
drug store and receive reward. It
Don't fail to see us before you buy
. . . . i i iir
your Held ana garuen seeus. ve
have a full line of
Northern white and black oats, onion
sets. etc.. and everything usually
kept In the Held seeu line.
t rierson v -mory.
Sir. It. II. Williams to John C. Rea,
Btore house and lot in Columbia, ex-
chTir.?'n nd wife to Fannie Will-
ir,tu in Columbia, exchange.
W. W. JjOitin ana who "
30 acres in 2Ut district, m . .
W. B. Johnson et al, to J. P. Choate,
acres in 14th district, M or
if 1). Simmons to W. J. Jacobs, 25
acres in lmh district, $2,000.
T I White and wife to "T0"
Matthews, 52 acres in 4th district $1,000.
1). Lazarus to Lcthia AN ilson, lot lu
CG S'Sy and wife to Mr-. Dora
int.P?i.t in land in 9th ds-
KlyParker and wife to W S. Mc
Cain, land in Maury County, ftA
John J. Hendricks and wife to A. II.
llendrick, lot in Columbia, $- .
Daniel Wilsford and wife to Mrs.
Martha S. Lee, i3 28-100 acres in 0th dis-
lrnryant and wife to W. B.
Harrison, lot in Wh district, f WO.
C. K. Penton, Kxtr., to 1. I- merry,
lots in Columbia, $-')00.
Imperial Hows, justreceived-none
U good ; no repairs to boy. bee
tf SATTKKKIELD & DODfeON.
Bitten by a Mad Dog.
Mad dogs are getting numerous in
some portions of the county, and
the people in some neighborhoods
are very much scared. The little
son of Mr. Black, in the Cranford
Hollow vicinity, was bitten by one
of the rabid animals one day
week, and a number of cows
other animals have Deen Ditten
Talk to the hundred farmers that
bought Monitor cultivators lastyear ;
it's A winner. See
Sattekfield & Dopsox.
Mrs. Gus Powell, of Nashville,
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. I. M. Powell, who has been
ill with pneumonia, we are glad to
report is recovering.
Misses Maggie and Mary Lou
Puckett, of Obion county, are the
guests of Mrs. John Trantham.
Mrs. Moses McClellan has re
turned from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Robt. Jones, at Huntsville.
Rev. W. T. tlssery is rebuilding
the house on Eleventh street which
was destroyed by Are several months
W. A. Hammond, traveling repre
sentative for Harris & Cole Bros.,
has returned from a business trip
Mrs. Prank McIIann, who had
hpn visiting her mother, Mrs. I. M.
Powell, returned to Nashville last
Mrs. Bean, who ha9 been visiting
hop finno-hrer. Mrs. W. D. Wendel,
rotnrnori lnat. Krtiiav to ner nouie 1U
We. hnv wheat every day In the
year; always in the market with top
prices and will buy auy quantity,
large or small. Don't sell until you
o-Pt-. nnr offers: we may put money in
your pockets. Citizens' 'phone 60,
Columbia Mill& elevator to.
Yesterday was St. Patrick's Day.
Bethcll House barber-shop; shave
Cabinet Photos $1.00 per dozen at
Fieldeu Bros', gallery. tf
Mr. Joel Goad is dangerously ill
at the home of his son, W. J. Goad,
on High street.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Long, are
now boarding with Mrs. Grigsby on
West Seventh street.
Life insurance policies bought. '
Apply to O. P. Rutledge. It
Mr. Henry Harlan has been down
for tho past week with the grip, but
yesterday was somewhat Unproved.
Cornelia, the little daughter of
Mr. Jas. L. Dalmwood, has been
quite sick this week with typhoid
pneumonia, out is now improving.
Wilkes & Derrvberry, undertakers
South Main 6treet, Brown Block.
Messrs. C. C. Denton and J. H.
Kannon, of Hurricane, sold 11a
bales of cotton to the Columbia Cot
ton Mills last week.
Rev. W. A. Provine, who has been
suffering from an attack of fever, is
not yet able to be out. His friends
hope soon to see him entirely well.
Call and see us in our new quar
ters, south side public square.
The friends of Mr. John M Burns
are glad to see him out again, after
a spell of sickness. His little daugh
ter Elma, we are glad to report, is
Mr. Joe Tucker, after a long ill
ness. is able to be out again. He is
now visiting his parents in Spring
Hill, accompanied by Mrs. Tom
Tucker and little son.
Maj. J. T. Williamson, receiver of
the Second National Bank, an
nounces In this issue another pro
rata of 10 per cent. This makes 55
per cent, paid thus far.
Dr. Pleas Russell passed through
olnmbia this week on his way to
his home in Centreville from Seat
tie. Wash. He started to the Klon
dvke. but. after reaching Seattle
concluded to return nome.
We call attention to the card
Messrs. W. F. TucKer and J. W
Fricrson. Jr., who have entered into
the insurance business under the
firm name of Tucker & Frierson.
They want your business.
Deputy Sheriff Frazier and police
man Lancaster raided a crap game
on the banks of the river, outside
the corporate limits, last Tuesday.
Four negroes were "pulled, but
when arraigned before Judge Erwin,
two were dismissed; one of them,
Bill Davis, was fined $9.00 upon a
plea of guilty, and the other one,
Bill Polk, plead not guilty and was
Dr. Perry Snell, while mixing
chemicals at Woldrldge & Irvine's
drug store Wednesday evening, had
an explosion oi his mixture, dui lor
tunately was not hurt, save for a few
slight burns on the hands and face.
The report ana smoae arew quite a
crowd into the store. A board of
inquiry was appointed to search into
the cause oi tne explosion, out a re
nort has not yet been made. It is
stated upon reliable authority, how
ever, that they have proor at nana
which shows conclusively tnat it
was caused by external forces prob
ably a Spanish torpedo.
Master Ed. Gamble Cherry, the
little son of Mr. Nelson Cherry,
wrote to Secretary of the Navy Long
last week, tendering him the ser
vices of his battle-ship in the event
of war with Spain. The little fellow
had received a toy ship for a Christ
mas present, and since so much war
talk has been current he has rigged
nn his shiD into a modern man-of
war, and wished to have it take the
nlace of the Maine. Secretary Long
r ., ... ... .n i. i
nnswereu tno lime lenuw a lonei,
commending his patriotism and
stating that he wouia be giaa to re
ceive the 6hip into Uncle Sam's
Navy if the Dons should decide to
take a bout with us.
Over our fresh
Surprised first, at the
Surprised second, at the
Surprised third, at the
1.UJ1LSL l All! hi 1 .
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 Goods,
including many new weaves and
novel effects just out.
New Silks, Laces, and Embroi
deries, Trints, Ginghams, . . .
l'ercales, Organdies, etc. . . .
We will take pleasure In showing
you the largest line or
Carpels, 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 eiforts.
Come and see what we have to
offer. It will not be necessary
to buy to be welcome.
" SfytV fcr -.r
WHILE YOU ARE WAITING
for your prescription don't full to
examine our very complete line of
Terfumes and Toilet Waters.
It's a big list, hut its hII here. Just
the same in every grmlo of quality
OCR ASSORTS! KXr
of mineral waters are complete at
reasonable prices. To many persons
drinking some mineral water is a
necessity to health without their be
ing aware of it. Whuteve- the re
quirements wo can supply it.
V0LDR10GE & IRVINE,
Uone Chicken Feed.
Call on W. J. Guest & Co., for
ground bone chicken feed. Only 5c
per pouna. "
MAURY COUNTY CLAIMANTS
Master Gerard Rrowulow, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. lirownlow celebra
ted his seventh biithday yesterday
afternoon In aulte a delightful man
ner. About forty of ills little irienus
were invited to share his pleasures,
and rarely in life will they be so
hanov as the eliorts oi JHrs. lirown
low made them on that occasion
The house was illumined, and deco
rated with jonquils, yellow being
the prevailing color of the decora
tions and refreshments. Two yellow
cakes with seven candles on each
were. cut: one containing a dime
was cut by the boys, ana one con.
taininir a thimble by the girls
frappe was served in the hall, after
which the little ones repaired to tne
dining room, whero they partook of
delicious refreshments. Those pres
ent were: Misses Amelia and Lilla
Worthington, Marie McLemore, El
len Irvine, Mary Pillow, Cora Lee
Jacobs, Mary Dale Figures, Olivo
Dobbins, Eleanor Frierson, Mattie
Williamson, Hullie and Minnie
Fry, Roxio 0!Neal, Florence Shel
ton, Nell Vaughn, Mamie Norman,
Hattie Figures, Catherine Towler,
Ruth Shields ami Mine lirownlow;
Masters Tom Worth ington, Frank
Lander. William Greenlaw, John
Frierson. Georjre Williamson, Cecil
and Howard Ewing, Warren Tit
comb, William, Clarence and Carl
ton Fry. Robert Tillow, George
Hughes, Rayburn Vaughn, John
Parham. Ernest Petree, Harnett
Hine, J. Webb Ridley, Jr., Norman
Dale. Onnan O'Neil, Will and
John Fleming, and Gerard Drown
Rev. A. C. Caswell conducted ser
vices at St. Peter's Church last Sun
day morning, and administered the
Rev. J. H. Thompson preached a
sermon to girls last Sunday night,
and gave them some souud scriptur
al advice, which they would do well
The South Columbia Epworth
League have elected Miss Nona
Fariss and Rruce Tucker delegates
to the District Epworth League in
ference at Culleoka, April PJ-20.
Rev. Mr. Carley, of the Detroit
(Mich.,) Conference, preached at
the First Methodist church last
Sunday light, and also conducted
prayer-meeting Wednesday night.
The first services in the i.ew
Methodist Church at Hurricane
will probably be held on Sunday,
March 27. A bell lias been pre
sented to the church by Messrs. W.
U. Manier. of Nashville, and Card
Denton and Jack McCall, of this
Rev. W. R. Peebles preached at
the South Columbia M. E. Church
last Friday and Sunday nights, and
held quarterly conference minay
night. He also preached in the
First M. E. Church hunaay morn
ing and held quarterly conference
L. U. P. M. will meet at 3 o'clock
Friday with Mrs. N. Holmau. Sub
ject Mark, 4th chap.; Leader Mrs.
R. P. Adkisson. In connection with
this meeting, memorial services
will be held In memory of Miss
Frances Willard. They earnestly
desire a large attendance, especially
those who were members of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union.
The second quarterly conference
of the First Methodist Church was
held at the oilice of Mr. H. P. Figu
ers last Monday evening, Presiding
Elder W. R. Peebles presiding. The
following delegates were elected to
attend district conference at Lynn-
ville, April 21-21: F. D Lander, 11.
Figuers, John u. Asiiton, jonn
Latta, M. Ruttle; altei uh , R. C.
Church, S. W. WavfleV
ToimcKoee Conference, IVluirM: IHntrlrt,
Secnixl lioiind of Oimrt. . MetliK8
Mt Pleasant Mar. 10,20.
Porter's Mar. 20,21.
Olivet. Mar. 20, 27.
Uooth's Mar. !.
Aspen Hill April 2, 3.
Hurricane April , 10.
Mooresville Circuit April 10,11.
V. It. Pkkhi.ks, P. K.
APRIL 1 and 2.
Sprin Millinery Openim
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.
Ve cordially invite every lady to
call and examine our stock. Don't
forget opening days,
APRIL 1 and 2.
Onerated on For Appendicitis.
Mr. W. J. Thomas, the popular
tnnrnhant at liiirbvville. was ope
rated on yesterday for appendicitis,
the operation being performed Dy
Dr. f mow, assisteu uy ura. fuiji
v.rrr. Hnwlett and Thompson. The
operation was a very complicated
and difllcult one,but the patient ral
lied well from the effects and yes-
forHar pvenlnc his symptoms were
as favorable as could be expected,
"As We Sow
So Shall We Reap."
Tf wa row bad seed, we cannot ex-
upc.t to reap a eood harvest. We
have GARDEN SEED of all kinds
but none except the best inajresnetit.
Northern Seed Potatoes
of the Improved varieties.
Our Groceries Flease.
We are selling 9 pounds of Arbuck
le's, 4-X or Levering's coffee for$l.
If von know irood thine, you will
not be slow to accept this.
W. W. DEXXIS,
South Main Street, near Square.
In the Oiniiibu Claims Now Tending in
The following claimants residing
in Maury County are benefited by
the omnibus claims bill now pend-
Inp in Congress, and which will
Brown, deceased, $5,192.
Thomas M. Leneave, adminis
trator of Irby T.Leneave, deceased,
James T. ureenueid, ifouo.
Meade Frierson administrator of
W. J. Anderson, deceased, late or
Marshall county, $800.
R. H. Ogilvie, $2,160.
Lucius Hough, $180.
Andrew B. Phillips, $585.
William F. Moore, $1,347.
A Chinese Wall
is what our competitors would like
to build around this town to keep
out competition, yet we think we can
Bcale it and still be ahead. We are
still making'.the very lowest possi
ble cash prices for everything in the
grocery line. Can tell you anything
in the seed line you want. If you are
not already our customer give us a
trial. Buy Postum's Cereal. We
have It. "See?"
. E. McKEMON,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Sharp
cave an "observation party" at
their home on South Main street
last Friday evening, complimentary
to their neice, Miss Mary Walker.
The prizes were captured by Miss
Birdie Hirsch, Fred Owen and Ben
McClellan. During the evening de
lightful refreshments were served.
Her Arm Broken.
While on her way home from
Groveland last Wednesday, Miss
Vire-ie Craiir. of Park'? Station, was
thrown from her horse and had her
arm broken between the wrist and
All erocers keep "Blue Seal" and
"Everbrlght" flour. Insist upon
the "Blue beat" urana guaranteed
tf Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Amanda J. Sutton gave bond In
the sum of $10.(K0 as miurdian of the
minor heirs of Wm. T. Sutton, de
censed. R. L. Hayes gave bond for $1,300
as guardian of the minor heirs of
Burton Coleman, deceased.
Albert H. Holt was appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Jerry F.
Holt, deceased, and gave bond for
Jsmes A. Smiser was appointed
administrator of the estate of Tho?.
J. Coleburn, deceased, and g:ivo
bond in the sum of $2,500.
The upper story of my storo-housej
It W. Jli. CSMIT1IW1UK.
Columbia, Tenu., is in condition
to stand a siege. Lucky town
Mr. Charley Harris, of the'Robert's !
Bend neighborhood, went up to
Nashville last week to hear Sam
Jones, and while there was imbued
with the feelinir that "it is not well
tor man to live alone." lie and
Miss Snow Watson, formerly of
Snow Creek, this county, were
united in the holy bonds of wedlock,
and the harny pair returned this
week to Maury to reside in the fu
ture. They have the best wishes of
Willie Blankenshin and Miss Eva
Lannam, of the Rally Hill neigh
borhood, came to town W ednesday,
procured a marrlatre license and re
paired to the olllce of Judge E. D.
Looney, where they were quietly 1
united in marriage by the genial
ludee, who said the ceremony In a
most graceful manner. The wed
ding was a gretna-green affair.
SALE OF INSOLVENT CLAIMS.
In obedience to an order of the
County Court of Maury County, I
will, on Saturday, March HHh, la'JS,
sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
I at the court-house door, in the town
of Columbia, Tennessee, a lot of in
solvent and disputed claims, in my
hands as Trustee of McEwen &
Dale. The list may be Been at the
office of the County Court Clerk, on
pages 40 to 50 of my original report
It 11. i . a iuukks, irusiee
LATEST STYLES !!
HOTHIE BUT NEW GOODS!
Something to Please Every
Woman in the Land.
I have just returned from the East
ern markets, where I secured a select
assortment of the very latest things
New goods are coming in by every
train. Look out for my
Grail Millinery Opening
Commencing Karen 31, and continuing
The ladies are given a cordial in
vitation to be present every day, and
a visit carries with it no obligation
RememDer tne place, r. in.I'iu
UERS' Shoe Store.
Mrs. M. E. WILLIAMSON,
Formerly With TheTrmle Talace.