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THE OOLIIMISIA UKltALO: FltlOAY. APIUL till l!8
The Maury Dry Goods
and Shoe Company's
On Monday Next.
Payne. Mr. Payne was born and
raised In thin State, but had not
been back to his old home since he
moved to Seattle more than twenty
vears aeo. He accomnanied the re
mains of one of the unfortunate
men who were killed recently in the
avalanche in the Klondike, to the
home of the deceased man's family
in Indiana, and extended his trip
to Tennessee to see his relatives.
OF NEW SAILORS
Call and see them
inspection. We are
Fifteen Pieces Figured Silks,
Foulards, India, Taffeta, and
Brode, some short lengths,
some long lengths. Spring
Colorings. Nice styles for
Shirt Waists. Regular prices
are G5c to 8oc.
Special Monday Sale, 80c.
Another lot of Silks in odds
n ml purls.
15c to close them.
We call your special attention
We are sole agentg for the fa
mnus brand of Eairle Shirts
These ure justly famous as the
best fitting, best wearing, best
looking Shirts in the United
States. New patterns, soft or
stiff bosoms, with collars and
piitf. or minus, collars and
Trices, $1.00 to $1.50 each.
Our oOc Neirliiree Shirt is
good one. You might pay 75c
even for a worse one.
We are Sole Agents for
Claim's Fine Shoes.
line iust in. No well
dressed young man can atlord
to wear other makes when he
can get these.
See our new stylo Collars and
Don't pass our 25c line of New
Men's Balbriggan Underwear, Shirts
and Drawers, 25c.
What About a Straw Hat I
The boy must throw aside his
winter headgear, lie sure and
price our line. We'll suit you.
MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY,
Special Prices ihJX on Pattern Hats.
Our line of Millinery comprises the
latest styles in women's headgear,
and our prices are reasonable.
We are endeavoring to please the
ladies of Maury County, and we be
lieve we have succeeded.
MISS BEATRICE KERW1CK,
At the Maury Dry Good s Co.',
B. Mrs. Fakish is still with me.
Ponder for the Spaulards.
Pursuant. to orders received from
the War Department. Major John K.
Greer this week shipped 92,000
nnnnHa of a m m ii n i t Ion from the Co-
hi Arsenal to Tamna. Fla. Four
cars were necessary to hold the com
bustibles, and the hauling rrom tue
mae-azine to the railroad was done
by Mr. J. D. Wright.
We have just received a big lot
of our own importation, manu
factured especially for us. Eve
ry Razor is "full hollow ground"
and fully guaranteed. Each Ra
zor is branded
In buying these Razors you
get the finest Razor imported,
hacked bv a Guarantee from a
- f o
responsible dealer at home.
We havo them In 4-8, , and 6 8
blades, white and black handles.
Razor Straps, Water Hones, Mugs,
Lather Brushes, Shaving Soaps
in variety. Call and see our
complete outfit, iucluding Razor,
Mug, Brush and Soapor $2.2d.
11A1XS, The Druggist.
The"Jollv Club" met last Thurs
day night with Miss Willie Dowell,
and several hours were spent in en
joyable ijames, after which refresh
ments were served, inose present
were: Misses Josie and Jessie
Tegarden, Nola Jones, Jessie Mc
Cain, Lena Kohnhoust and Willie
Dowell. Messrs. Pleas England,
Ben McClellan, Aaron Hirsch, Orie
Teirarden. Oscar and Edtrar Eng
land, Meade Vaughan and Olie
Mr. Chas. Rohlender, of Burling
ton, Iowa, who for sometime has
been in our midst, joined the mili
tary company of Columbia, and left
the next morning wuesaay; uu
.Inst as a numl 1a flickers and sud
denly fades out, so faded the life of
little ltowena Cherry, Friday morn
ing, April 22, 181)8. The Death
AiiitpI fume at t he time when least
expected, and barely had the fam
ily gathered around the little suf
ferer's bed, when her spirit fled and
wended its way back to the Giver
Rowena was a particularly bright
child, and her death is deeply re-e-retted
bv a host of friends. The
family has the warmest sympathy
in this hour of affliction, of a large
circle of friends, who pray that
God's blessings may rest upon them.
"I've Been ill Over
Town Mil !"
And here T am again. We
hear something like that from
our customers every day. It is
only a natural occurrence, ne
cause the latest ideas, selected
for critical buyers, can be found
in every department. Ill addi
tion, our well-known policy of
Paying Cah for all purchases
enables us to undersell all com
petitors. If you are posted, vi
ce will not stand in the wav of
sales at this store. We have
this week added to our beautiful
DRESS GOO US
some of the latest offerings oi
Eastern markets. We are also
showing some HANDSOME
SILKS that are new and strik
ing. Our line of
HUMS, Y' ' I
i m.m ii
are words that we often hear after
people have tried
at our fountain. I.etnou Phosphate i
so common that it takes something ex
tra to rail fort I) such remarks. The se
cret of ours is that we ate careful to
have fresh syrups made from tue best
material we can li-ul. Fresh syrup
means syrup made not longer than tli
day before you taste it.
ho your drink ing at our fountain
ami g t the t si
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
Farmers buy the "Monitor,"
cause its the best cultivator on
tf SATTEKFIELD & DODSOX
W. E. Sinithwlok Assigns.
W. E. Smithwick, the baker, last
Wednesday filed a deed of trust in
the Register's office, naming W. 15.
Salmon as trustee. The assets con
sist of a horse and bread wagon and
a lot of bakery and candy tools, etc.
The deed is made for the purpose of
securing to T. N. Smithwick the
payment of a note to the Peoples'
Hank or Jjeoanon, on wuicu n is
security. The amount of the assets
and liabilities is not given.
1. 0. 0. F. Celebration.
The 79th anniversary of American
Odd Fellowship was celebrated in
Mt. Pleasant Tuesday. Members
from five different lodges viz., the
Columbia. Santa Fe. Culleoka, Mt.
Pleasant and Summertown lodges
, were in attendance and took part in
the exercises. The ceremonies were
conducted by G. W. Killebrew, G. S.
Alcorn, H. L. White and Rev. Mr.
Lyle, and speeches were made Dy
Past Grand Masters Dr. J. B. Cowan,
of Tullahoma, J. P. Abernathy, of
Pulaski, and Dr. V. A. Smith, of
Columbia. A bountiful dinner was
served in Mr. Collins' store-house,
and music was furnished by the
string band from Summertown.
During the afternoon Miss Henrietta
Lazarus gave a recitation, which
was much enjoyed. A large crowd
was in attendance, and the occasiou
proved one of much pleasure
Styles the latest.
Stock the most complete.
Prices the lowest,
At MISS CAKKOIX'S,
Annex McKennon, Anderson 4 Foster.
Numbering (lie Houses.
The work of numbering the houses
in the city, preparatory to the free
mail delivery, has commenced. Mr.
Eugene Ritter has secured the con
tract for painting the numbers at 10
cent each. The occupant of each
limine u pxnected to Dav the cost of
numbering. It is estimated that
thorn re between l.(XX) and 1,200
houses within the corporate limits
Engines and Threshers.
If you want the best, we know it
will piy you to see us. We will
have sample engine and thresher in
mir ware-rooms. So vou can see
what you buy. We sell three dif
forant .imIips. Cotllft to Se6 tlletll
Craig- Cakkiage & Machine Co.
and SLIPPERS is second to
none. We can please the most
fastidious, while the most eco
nomical can not object to our
OUR MEN'S SHOES
are noted for their wear resist
ing qualities. There has been
much activity in our
CAKPET AM) MATTING
department the present season.
We have a large stock, with pri
ces just right for sales.
Clothing for Men and lioys.
DON'T COME TO US if you
want shoddy or trash clothing.
We don't keep it. But we have
the largest and best stock of
stylish, reliable, wear-resisting
clothing to be found in the
p.ountrv. Here vou are sure of
your money's worth every time.
Are You Interested In Millinery ?
Another car load of rough granite
from the celebrated quarries of Bar
re, Vt. With a new steam plant and
practical workmen, you can get the
best stock and fluish at "The Colum
bia Marble and Granite Works,"
corner Sixth and Embargo Streets.
Telephone No. 61. tf.
Judge D. W. Broyles wus here
Mr. L. E. Polk returned this week
Mrs. H. B. Adams is visiting her
sUtnr in Nashville.
Mr. Sam Naif is visiting his broth
er. Mr. W.T. Naif.
Mrs. W.T. Naif returned this week
from a visit to Birmingham.
Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Grant visited
Mooresville relatives this weuK.
Maj. Nat Cheairs and Dr. II. B.
Titcoinb have returneu uoin r wnua
it m.honcn F.rwin visited Mrs
Anion - - -
Johu Wilson, of Lynnville, this
n r. Pohlman. of Chicago, is
visiting the family of Mr. t. 11.
Miss Sarah Sheegog leaves Mon
day for a visit to relatives at Chat
tanooga. Miss Emma Davis Smith has re
turned from an extended visit to
James A. Smiser, Esq., left the
first of the week on a busiue93 trip to
Mrs. A. C. Trowbridge, of Orange,
N. J is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
A. J. Nichols.
Miss Bessie Hendley, who has
been visiting in Alabama, returned
home last week.
Mm i i Nhwsiiii and little Lucie
Davis, of Nashville, are the guests of
Mrs. W. C. Urant.
tijj linn. Swansbunr has return
ed home after a visit to relatives
and friends in Kentucky.
Yf. S. Roberts, of
Chattanooga, have returned home
after a visit to relatives nere.
Mu-Mnrv Sanders of Nashville,
is the guest of the Mi-ses Porter, iu
thH Lebanon Heights vicinity.
Mrs. Geo. Sarveu, after a visit of
,l.l,.,vi,iMr.iillJ .irs. A. J
Xi.-hols. has returned to 1 ulaski.
MissessErwin and Houser were
the guests of Miss -eeiey
If so I can entertain you. Not now ; not here, but at T II CipilCDQ' QUflQ QiflTP
v "MILLINERY HEADQUARThnS at l Hi I iuuuhw vuuu viuiu.
Please donH forget the place. That is the point I wish to impress upon you; so that you will not forget it;
so that you may even remember to tell some other friend about it. I am in business for myself in the rcai
tcut of Mr T N. Figuers Shoe Store. Don't forget the place. I am greatly encouraged that so many have
found me; but lam also greatly disappointed sometimes to learn that some friend has neither read nor hcanl of
my change and has unintentionally passed me by. Please don't you make that mistake And would take
Has a treat personal favor if you will tell others oj my move. My friends have been just as kind and liberal
in their patronage as I could ask; and I have sold more MILLINERY than Idard hope. Still I want every
body to know where I am, and a visit from them all.
tv iv tvttt.t.tNF.RY w7 sp.11 itself it vou will call and see it. I have Hats and Bonnets, Ribbons
and Sashes, at just any price. My stock was bought to suit the purse and please the taste of all the trade.
Remember the place: MfS. M. E. WILLIAMSON, At T. X. Fig
;irucrs' Shoe Store.
nathy during Conference at Cul
mm V H. Wilkes, of Liberty
m ill rutnrn home tO-lllorTOW
from a visit to Dr. A. O. Kennedy
mi,! f miilv.
Htrman Justi, Chairman of the
Executive Committee of the len
nessee Industrial Convention, was
thp oast week.
Mis Eva James came out this
vhvillp. where she is
taking a course in music, to spend
several days wun uer iunru..
p.ivnp. of Seattle
WRxh., t"Pent several days the past
week wit'i his brother, -Mr. t. i.
Bethell House barber-shop; shave
Chancery Court has adjourned
until May 80.
Alex Barker went to Nashville
Wednesday to join the volunteers.
Wilkes & Derryberry, undertakers
South Main street, Brown Block.
Mrs. W. J. Guest, we are sorry to
reDort. has been quite sick ior mo
Cabinet Photos ll.OU per aozen ai
Kieldeu Bros', gallery. tf.
The citv health authorities nave
mued orders for the annual spring
clean-up, and are distributing lime
For sale, a small boy's saddle and
pony bridle. Apply at th's office, tf
In this dav doing business wim
out advertising is like climbing three
Mights of stairs when tue eievaior is
just going up.
W. J. Embry & Co., have plenty
of money to loan on real estate
Gov. Taylor has appointed Mr.
John Trotwood Moore as one of the
Commissioners to the Omaha Ex
a n oiontimi will he held in the 9th
district May 21, to elect a constable
to fill out the vacancy causea Dy ine
death of J. C. McOaw.
Marker & Martin have
onr ned un a produce house next door
v ..1 . HI. 1 T .-
t,. t ho mmncrat omce. iiie.v
also ad led wool to their line.
W.J. Embry & Co., advertise in
this issue that they want a lew
thousand dollars worth of good land
Mr. Geo. W. Nichols and family.
formerly of Livingston, Ala., have
located in Columbia and moved in
to the renideuce bacR or tne episco
The house occupied by Jir. J. i.
Ross, on Thirteenth street, caugiu
HrQ l iat fond.iv and the roof was
slightly damaged. The loss is small
and covered oy insurance.
Tuck, the barber, has employed
Mr. Story to asut him. He is now
able to give his patrons the best
work in the city at popular prices.
Give him a call. 11
n old negro woman was going
about the streets last Saturday, try
ing to get the business men to cash
a bauk check which she had for
$16,000. The check was signed with
a fictitious name, and the old wo
man became very indignant when
no one would cash it for her.
Have you ever tried Bailey water,
carbonated at Rains' fount? Sole
The Culleoka base-ball team did
up the McDowell school boys in
great shape last Saturday afternoon
at South Side park. The score was
28 to 3, in favor of the "Cullies."
The business houses of the town
were bedecked in flags and bunting
Monday, and "the stars and bar"
and the colors of the Southern Con
federacy waved merrily in the
1 nail ll a Onpst,. of the Herald
force, has been sick for several days,
threatened with an attack of fever.
His friends are glad to see him out
au-ain. although he is unable to re
turn to work.
Cant. James Friel received a tele
gram this week from his son, Owen,
at Dyersburg, Btating that he had
answered Uncle Sam's call and had
gone to the front as Lieutenant in a
a company of State militia.
iOn Monday next, May 2, a dinner
will be given at liiacn s giore, on mo i
square, from 11 in the morning
until 10 o'clock in the evening, for
the benefl of St. Peter's Rectory
fund, by the Ladies Aid Society.
Luke Bonner, colored, the "hokey
pokey ice-cream man," ha9 been
endeavoring to raise a company of
negro volunteers. He attracted a
considerable crowd around him on
the square Mouday by his war
oratory, and succeeded in getting a
number of names.
Mr. F. D. Lander has been con
fined to his room this week from the
effects of a severe cold, which
attacked the nerves of his face and
one eye, rendering it impossible for
him r puail nr write, and hi nhvsi-
cian has advised him to abstain from
all mental work for the next week
or ten days. His illness, though in
tensely painiui at tunes, is uoi seri
ous or permanent.
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Mrs. Thresia Regenshurg returned
to her home in Columbia Monday,
after spending ten days most enjoy
ablv among relatives and friends.
Mla Elizabeth J. Shields, of Co
lumbia. Is expected to arrive to day
on a visit to friends in this place.
Mrs. W. J. Smith left Tuesday tor
Columbia, where she attended the
marriage Wednesday auernoou oi
her niece, Miss Maraii iuoore, 10 iir.
Oeorire B. Williamson. Misses
...... i r . .1 ml,!-.
Willie Biddie, Kate ana riisir
Shields, of Columbia, are visiting
Mrs. Lee Wagstall at Waco. Miss
Martha Witt and Mrs. R. H. Witt
visited Columbia friends last week.
Lynnville letter to Pulaski Citi
Mrs. Robt. McLemore, Jr., of
Spring Hill, spent a few days of last
week with her sister, Mrs. Henry
Pointer. Franklin Review-Appeal.
Mr. W. H. Trail came over from
Columbia to attend the funeral ser
vice of his little niece, Emma Trail,
last Tuesday. Shelbyville Gazette.
Miss Saidee McFadden returned
TiiHMdav from Columbia. Mr. John
Beckwith. of Spring Hill, returned
Miss Susie Bell
Moore of Spring Hill, was the guest
of Miss Ethel Bostick last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mitchell and lit
tle daughter, of Columbia, are visi
ting Mrs. Frank McGavock. Will
iamson County jNews.
SOITH COLL1 .Mill A.
Sidney Cameron, of Sheffield, Ala.,
visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. V.
n Pumnrnn. thia week. He left
Monday for Chicago to spend sev
Margaret, the liltte daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilliam, was
quite sick the past week, but is now
Mrs. Jetf Gilliam, who has been
quite sick with fever for the past
week, is improving.
June Martin was here this week
Rev. Joe Ramsey, the blind "boy
preacher," delivered two excellent
sermons at -the South Columbia
Methodist Church last Sunday '
morning and at the First Methodist
Church Sunday night. He also ad
dressed the Epworth Leagues of the
city at 3 o'clock in the afternoon at
The Maury County Sunday-school
Convention will be held at Santa
Fe on Thursday, May 12. Every
Sunday-school in tho county ii
urged to elect delegates to the con
vention next Sunday.
Columbia District Conference at
Lynnville adjourned last Saturday.
Good crowds wtre in attendance
during the conference, and the meet
ing was very much enjoyed. Bishop
Fitzgerald presided in a very able
Richland Presbytery of the Cuia
beiland Presbyterian Church con
vened last Friday at Mt. Moriah
Church, Giles county. Revs. I). T.
Wavnick and J. K. Alexanuer, anu
Ruling Elders J. H. Fussell and w.
H. Romine were elected delegates
to the General Assembly, wnicn
convenes at Marshall. Mo., in May.
The next place ol meeMng will ne
at Lasting Hope church, carter s
Dr. F. B. Webb, of Columbia,
preached a splendid sermon at the
Methodist Uhurcn tiunuay morning.
Giles County Record.
Third round of niiarterly meetings of
the Columbia district, Tennessee C on
ferenru, for Wis. , , . , .,
Cisali Circuit, at ! rien-isnip, Aoru j
Hunker Hill, at Betliesda May ft.
F.lkton iy f.
Pleasant Hill and Smyrna, at Smyr
na, 1 May 8, 9.
Taylor's Chapel, at Mareella Falls,
' M h v 14. lii.
Pleasant Valley and Saiem, Rt Sa-
It' HI . . . . ill U.V !,
Trinity Circuit, at V nion .. May 21, it!.
Pulaski May 22, 'a
Hoe Sprinjf, at Shiloh May 2H, 2.
I'rof pert 1 ireuii, ai .mi. arinei, j uuti,
Piana Circuit, at Simpson's Chapel,
.In ne 11. 12.
Olivet and Lynuville, at Lynuville,
J U I , i .
V'iiViiiiil.in June 18,
Columbia June W, 20.
Mount Pleasant june.), -u.
HiL'byvillo Circuit, at Knterpriso,
Fall River Circuit, at Fall Kiver.J uly 2,:l.
Kichland Circuit, fll liineriy, .imy j"
Mooresville Circuit, at , July 11. 17-
CuHeokaaml Hurricane, at I uiiuokb,
.i uiy ii, !-.
iM.nrnli iwL'ister and reeortlxof church
conferences will he railed for thi time.
W. It. I'KKIM.KS, I". J.
P. O. address, Fountain Creek, Tenn.
Potato miners, remember we are
fully prepared to furnish barrels for
the coming crop. Low prices and
best goods guaranteeu. ah biovk
dry and well seasoned. A long ex
perience in this line enables us to
give the best potato barrel on the
market. Citizens' phone CO and
Bell phone 60.
tf W. F. Wi i.sox & Co.
Having secured the agency for one
of the largest wool factories in the
world, we aie in the market for a. I
the wool products in Maury County
and can pay highest market price
for same. Call and see us before sell
ing. We are also headquarters tor
Field Seeds, Land Plaster, Lime,
etc., and don t forget to see us netora
you buy your Stock Peas, N hip
poorwills, Clays and mixed at bot
tom prices. Give us a trial and we
will do the rest.
Frierson & Embry,
Cor. S. Main ami Xlli Strenln,
'l'huiiel07. 0kfN ItullclliiB.
Drink Bailey Springs Water
for the kidneys. In bottles aud car
bonated at fouut.
It A. B. Rains, Sole Agent.
Zack Roquemore to
W. Austin Owen to
Barker & Martin, next door to
Democrat office, pay highest prices.
Call phones, Bell 22S-2; Citizens' 105.
Big Wheat Denis.
Messrs. McKinney & Dale, man
Imnhia Milt & Ele-
I Kl 1 O V w
vator Company, auring mo iusv
week purchased nearly 40,000 bush
els of wheat from different parties,
the amount paid aggregating nearly
.... . . t .1-.:
10,U00. me greater uaiv ui ims
wheat had been stored in their
mammoth elevator. This company
also sold for shipment yesterday
ten thousand bushels and have sold
this week on the strong advance
three thousand barrels of flour, their
transactions for the week amount
ing to fully fifty thousand dollars.
I want to buy. R.Holmng.
De Molay commandery, No. 3, of
Knights Templar, will hold its next
stated - conclave Tuesday, May H;
and Columbia Lodge No. 31, of Free
and Accepted Masons, its next
ufutad meeting Thursday. May 5, in
the Masonic Temple, beginning at 8
The United States Captures
Spanish merchant ships, but wecapture
the trade of Columbia in the grocery
line on our fair dealing and low pricjs.
lnoiins assorted cnu Roods .
is lbs white clarified suar 1
M ll.a Arbuele, 4-X. or Levering coffee., .im
10 11)4 best seed tick Cotlee 1'"
... i.. i. iw.t f..tw.v n.nr fill
2, III ni ft in ". .,..,,.. - -
Blue Seal, or Asliton s liesi nour, per oi o..n
v iiw.luaPU nir ltll 'ill
,ir I'limii. ,' o -
15 lbs best leaf laid J.
11 lbs best country lard !.('
New recleuiu'd millet seed, per bushel. . .W
ltest bran, 173 II) suck !-'
Ht-st timothy hay. per bale
u..i,...u hiik,.(l iveHiisnnd tomato sauce.
,,er can vriki'fK &' iVV iMwoon'.10
Bell Telephone 21. North Main IStrvet.
If vou don't think we are selling
all the cultivators, just watch the
"Monitors" leave our warehouse.
We have broke the record; another
car will arrive this week. (Jive us
time and we will supply you; the
Monitor is a winner. See
tf Satikkkield & Dousox.
When the volunteers go into the
army the interest in the conflict
with Spain will bo intensified
throughout the whole country. The
country Is, oi course, prouu oi uib
regular army and deeply concerned
in the welfare of all the officers and
men In the army, but in a specially
tender way will the course and fate
of the volunteers appeul to the
popular heart. We have been ac
customed to regard the regular sol-
diers as traineci anu weuueu w meir
profession, looking forward to and
prepared ior an me exigeiuns ui
conflict, but the volunteers are
the men, mostly the young men,
who leave their homes at the sud
den call of their country and who tear
themselves away from the homo as
sociates to risk their lives in tbe
hardships and dangers of ruthless
war. With these brave boys will g'
the yearnings of hearts filled with
an unexpected sorrow and in every
nurt if f hn fonntjv news of the bat
tles will be awaited with anxiety
made the more painiui oy me suu
den bereavement of their absence
and the hazards to which they are
exposed. But their going is the
irrand tribute which they pay to pa
triotism, and the country and their
homes are proud of them. Nash
Wins the Fight.
In the battle of trade the "Moni
tor" wins in a walk ; 100 new enlist
ments already this spring, and axr
load expected daily. The Monite
carries the flag. See
tf Satiekhkld 4 Dodsox.