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THE COLUMBIA III KALI): FIUDAY, MAY L'7, 18J)8
0. P. RUTLEDGE,
Oflico: Hoom 17, Masonic Building.
Spkcialties: JFire, Tornado, Plate
Glass, Employers Liability and Steam
Hoiler Insurance. janl5
This pretty littlu fi'llow, is a model of
ut l....l..iu limit Biilirl aorrul -fitlr1
saddler mill Hue driver. "HEX" will make
this season at our funn. For further par
ticulars call and see
Illity'JO 4t IiROSIIARO 4 Vosh.
New Fire Insurance Finn.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Eugene Pillow.)
Representing the following companies:
A'An. (ieriiirtiila. Traders Northwestern
Mutual. Commercial Colon, of
Loudon. Williamsburg ily.
IN (i rill America.
See them before innvring your property.
7AHTKn TRUSTWORTHY AM) ACTIVE
W gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponsible, established house in Tennes
ee. Monthly $05.00 and expenses. Posi
tion steady. Reference. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept. K. Chicago,
Dr. RI. P. m.errill,
Office over Dr. Williamson's ollice, Ga
HITROUSOXIDE GAS FOR PAINLESS EX
TRACTION OK TEETH.
Office Hodrs 8:00a. m. to 5:150 p. m.
j. a. titg0i1b,
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE,
Office: Corner High and Eighth Streetf
OiHee hours: 8 to 10-3 to 4.
81'F.CIAL 8ALK OF PLANTS.
Chrysanthemums and bedding plants, 15
rents to 25 cents per dozen; other plants in
It Cilumbia Orkkn Hotsks.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
Fine watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Bettaell Block, : COLUMBIA, TEN
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
Office: Front rooms in Masonic Temple,
over Figuwrs & McLeinore's ft'ore.
K. B. 1 have moved from the Wbltthorne
fcfnrk; remember to call at my new quar
ters. J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Prompt attention given to all collec
tions. fT-mco with J. II. Fussell1
Whitthorue Block, Columbia, Tenn.
G. T. H run eh,
C. A. Parker, Cashier.
-?The Maury National Bank,
AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE.
Stattment of Condition at Close of Kulnr, May nth, 1 808 Condensed
from Report as Made to the Comptroller of the Currency.
Loans and Discounts $204,5H).8fl
United States Bonds 15,000.00
Stocks, Securities, etc. . . 11,H!KU3
Ranking House 9,500.00
In vault $31,105.47
In other Banks ii2,(ir2.RS
With U. S.Tr.. 075.00 124,833.30
County of Maury. '' j I,C. A. Tarker, cashlorof the above-named bank,
do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief. A. 1'akkkb, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this May lath, lsw. ,.,
K. C. Latta, Notary Public, Maury County.
UollKRT C. Ciilbcu, )
(GKOKUB T. llUOIIES.
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Card to the Ptiblic:
We have closed out the Retail part of our business to Mc"
KennonA Nichols. These gentlemen are up-to-date, live
business men, and we believe will look well after the inter
est of our old customers and all their patrons.
We shall devote our time and attention to the Wholesale
business exclusively, at the old stand. 4 and 0 Gamble RIock,
whero wc will be pleased to see our merchant friends at all
times. Respectfully yours,
E. W. Gamble Grocery Company.
EWELL SI OCR SALE.
A Fine Conignment of Horses and Jer
(')' tiring Good I'rices.
The 25th annual sale at Ewell
Farm took place last Wednesday.
The consignment was from Ewell,
Cleburne and Woodlawn, and con
sisted of 44 head of horses, 23 head
of Jersey cattle and several hogs.
The aggregate sum brought by the
horses was $5,600, while the 23 head
of Jerseys b-ought $1,205. The fol
lowing horses brought over $100:
Admiral Bunce, b. c, 1, by Mc-
Ewen-Brown by Brown Hal;
Uline Bros, Milwaukee $ 2.10
Maiden Hair, b. f., 1, by McEwen-
Elnora by Tennessee Wilkes; A.
R. Philips, New Madrid, Mo 200
The Yixon, eh. f., 1, by McEwen-
Sally Dodd by Sip, Jr.; S. Cirant-
land, Orillin, Ga 145
Bell McEwen, b. f., 1, by McEwen-
Susie Bells by Bow Bells; George
N. Garth, Courtland, Ala 285
Minister Woodford, b. c, 1, by
Brown Hal-Autumn Leaves by
(ien. Hardee; J. G. Morris, Mari
etta, Ga 115
Phroso. r. f., 1, bv Tennessee
Wilkes-Saluda by Cooper's Jug ;
R. II. Plant, Macon, Ga 400
Sigsbee, br. c, 1, by Brown Hal
Temptation by Tom HaljLawson
Sykes, Courtland, Ala 160
Captain Sampson, r. c. 1, by Ten
nessee Wilkes-Katy by Ola Loco
motive; H. D. Hyinem, Court
land, Ala 150
Sicard, b. c, 1, by Baron Stamboul
Nefert by Lord Russell; S. Grant
land, Grifttn, Ga: 145
Trotwood, b. c, 1, by Mercury-Jennie
by Skeptic; J. G. Morris,
Marietta, Ga 125
Hal Tempest, b. c, I, by Tempest
Addie by Brown Hal; J. G. Mor
ris, Marietta, Ga 130
Maintonoinah, eh. f., 1, by Tennes
see Wilkes-Tallulah by Brown
Hal; A. R. Philips, New Madrid,
Montauk, b. g., 3, by Brown Hal
Watauga by Tennessee Wilkes;
George N.Garth, Courtland, Ala . 310
Moyna, b. m., 4, by McEwen Watau
ga bv Tennessee Wilkes; J. A.
Perdue, Pine Bluff, Ark UK)
Fernvale, blk. m, 7. by Egbert
Fornleat by Black Cloud; Wyner
McGavock, Franklin, Tenn 1:50
McClary, b. c, 1, by Mereury-Mari-tana
by Maskei ; J. G. Morris,
Marietta, Ga 155
Yesta, b. f., 4, by Mercury-Patona
by Brown Hal; Dr. Taylor, Grif
fin, Ga 100
Twinkle, b. f., 2, by Mercury-Stella
by Tom Hal; S. Grantland, Grif
fin. Ua 200
War, b. c, 1, by Fred 8. Wilkes
Merry War by Mambrino King,
Allen Bros., Brentwood 105
Bayonet, b. c, 1, by Fred S. Wilkes
Laura Chimes by Chimes; Allen
Bros., Brentwood 100
St. Chimes, b. e., 3, by Fred S.
Wilkes Laura Chimes by Chimes;
E. C. McOuue, Atlanta, Ga . ... 2)0
Perfection, b. g., 2 by Blue Hal-Nora
Elmore by Bay Tom; J. H. Car
penter, Mt. Pleasant 175
Mary Wilkes, b f., 1, by Fred S.
Wilkes-Mary Engleman by Lyle
Wilkes: Uhlein Bros., Mil waukee. 120
Blue Flower, r. f., 2, by Blue Hal
Wildllowerbv Duplex; Mai. Will
Polk, Robln'sonville 100
Miss Eunice, b. f., by Duplex-Ada
by Brown Trigban; R. P. Dodson,
Lecie S., br. f.,4, by Reflector-Ada by
Brown Trigham ; J.G. Thomason,
Thomason, Tenn 130
of buggies go south. We get our
share of them and offer them at re
markably low prices. See
tf Satterkikld & Dodson.
Reduction in Box Kent.
On and after July 1, 1898, quar
terly box rents will be as follows:
Call, 25c: lock, small, 50c; lock,
large, 75c; lock drawers, 75c.
H. F. Fabiss, P. M.
R. C. Chcrch,
Capital Stock paid in .. .$ 00,000.00
Surplus and profits, net. . 10,600.39
Currency outstanding.... 13,500.00
Individual Deposits 279,241.02
Just received at
60c psr pound.
Drink Fruit Lemon
ade, 5c a glass
HURRICANE JL E. CHURCH.
Impressive Dedication Service Held
Editor Herald: On Sunday morn
ing, May 22, at 11 o'clock, an immensu
crowd composed of those from the im
mediate neighborhood. Columbia, Cul
leoka and Pleasant Mount, gathered for
the first time at the new. Hurricane
Churc) , which had just been complet
ed, to worship God in this beautiful,
artistic structure, and to witness the
solemn, sacred dedicatory service.
After several songs by the choir, Bro.
W. H." Johnston, preacher in charge,
preached a most able and appropriate
sermon to the attentive congregation
His theme was "The Love of God and
Love to Our Fellowman." For refer
ences he preached from the three fol
lowing text: "As the Father loved
me so hath He loved you" John 17;
"As the Father hath loved ine so have
I loved you" John 15 92; "As I have
loved you, so love ye one another"
The last t?xt selected seemed most op
portune, for the pastor plead earnestly
with the congregation that thU be a
new era in their lives, made so by a
total abstinence from unkind, cruel,
and slanderous remarks of their fellow
creatures. The pure, spotless hearts,
fresh with the love of God, would be
much in keeping with the new, attrac
tive building erected for God's cause.
After the sermon Bro. Johnston
stated that a debt of $100 yet remained,
and before the church could be dedica
ted that amount must be raised. Many
responded liberally with $25, $15 and $5,
ana the church was thereby relieved of
The Trustees and Building Commit
tee gathered about the chancel, and Mr.
Luther Thomas in a few words tendei
ed the building for Divine worship, to
ever be a house devoted to sacred ser
vices. When the pastor offered the
beautiful prayer that many souls might
he lead to Christ at that altar, that
many souls might be saved from a sin
ner's death through the instrumentality
of its members, the entire congrega
tion felt the sacredness of the occasion,
for there v as a quietude over the house
that was solemn in its very stillness.
It was the unanimous decision of the
Trustees artd those most interested,
that the new church be called "Burke
Chapel," in honor of the memory of
F. A. Burke, deceased, whose influence
will ever remain in that community,
where his noble, pure, and consecrated
l'fe was spent, and where he always
stood as a monument to God's cause.
At noon a most elegant dinner was
spread on the old camp-ground near
by. A more abundant repast or more
elegantly prepared one has never been
A song service and short discourse by
the pastor followed in the afternoon at
A number of years ago, I am told,
when Bishop Marvin dedicated the lit
tle church which has 1ut been desert
ed, he prophesied that the building
would soon be replaced by one more in
keeping with the zeal and earnestness
of its members, which then numbered
very few. True to his prophesy, such
has been the case, as many wh" wit
nessed that dedicatory service wit
nessed this also.
The church and community owe
much to Bro. Johnston and his building
committee, composed of Messrs. B. 8.
Thomas, H. II. Mooney and Fred Han
sen, for their liberality and untiring
zeal. Their work has been laborious,
but they were always willing and en
thusiastic men in their efforts. Their
ambition to erect a beautiful structure,
well worthy God's abode, shows their
profound reverence for His name. Now
they behold the result of their labors in
a most beautiful structure of Gothic
style of architecture. Its dimensions
are 4Sx50 feet; ceiling 2-2 feet high;
two class rooms. 9x18 feet; vestibule
10x11 feet; a tower 20 feet high, and cost
fl,!S0O. The papering consists of ten
colors most harmoniously blended;
this, together with the new carpet, pul
nit furniture, and sweet toned organ,
which the ladies have provided, makes
the interior most attractive.
The church entire is beautiful in
symmetry, pleasing to the eye, attrac
tive in its painting, ornamental in its
situation, and suggestive in it aspect.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
S.H.Jones to Jesse J. Bingham, 2
tracts in 17th dist., $3,000.
Mrs. M. A. Oakes to Mrs. Annie W.
Dooley, lot in 9th dist., $1,000.
J. I. West and wife to Simpson it
Cardwell, lot in Columbia, $305.
G. A. HetoT. W. Patton, interest in
land in 10th district. $300.
E. T. Eastham to Jno. F. Spencer, 20
acres in 11th dist $130.
Mrs. M. S. Sewell of W. R. Roach, 104
acres in 1st dist., $400.
A. Y. and J. M. Bailey to Mrs. Marv
L. Cowsert, 10 acres in 22nd dist quit
W. H. Troxell et al., to W. L. Fleming,
lot in 9th dist., $100.
A. C. Flovd and wife to Perry P. Tay
lor, lnd in 'Jtth dist., quit claim.
J. K. Raesdale to Sam Polk, 2 acres in
Methodist General Conference.
The Conference adjourned at a
late hour Monday night, after a ses
sion of eighteen days.
Rev. H. M. Dubose, of Jackson,
Miss., was elected General Secretary
of the Epworth League and editor
of the Epworth Era. It took four
ballots to elect.
Rev. Dr. J. J. Tigert, of Nashville,
was reelected book editor and edi
tor of the Methodist Review by a
vote of 198 out of 207.
The salaries of the connectional
officers were raised from $2,500 to
$3,000 peryear. The following Nash
ville men are affected by the raise:
Drs. J. J. Tigert, E. E. Hoss, James
Akins, W. R. Lambuth, J. D. Barbee
and Mr. A. D. Smlt1'.
A resolution appropriating $50,000
or as much thereof as may be neces
sary for the establishment of a pub
lishing house iu Shanghai, China,
The Conference ordered that the
Christian Advocate be enlarged
from sixteen to twenty pages.
The Presbyterian Assembly con
vened last week at New Orleans, La.
Dr. Green was elected Moderator in
place of Dr.Goetchins. An interest
ing report was read on honrie mis
sions, showing a total amount in
hand during the year of $52.353 34
and a balance on hand March 31 of
$13,063. Dr. 8. H. Chester read the
report of the Committee on Foreign
Missions. The net receipts of th
year were $140,070.47, or $2,296 45
more than the largest received in
any previous year. The disburse
ments were $146,811.51, and the
foreign missions, therefore, closes
the year out of debt and with a small
balance on hand."
C. P. General Assembly.
The General Assembly of the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church, which
has been in session at Marshall, Mo.,
selected Denver, Col., as the next
place of meeting.
A report of the business of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Publish
ing House showed a net gain during
the year of $7,719.31, after deducting
all expenses, wear and tear and in
terest upon the house's indebtedness.
An increase has taken place in the
circulation of mot of the church's
periodicals, with a reduction in the
cost of their production.
The new Methodist Church at
Hurricane was dedicated last Sun
day, the sermon being- preached by
Rev. W. H. Johnston, the pastor.
Services were held both In the
morning and afternoon, and at noon
a bountiful dinner was spread on
the ground. The church was
named "Burke Chapel," in honor
of the late F. A. Burke, a prominent
citizen of this county. A large
crowd was in attendance, and the
ceremonies were very impressive.
The tent meeting on High street
south of the railroad, conducted by
Rev. A. 8. Derryberry, is still in
progress, good crowds being In at
tendance and much interest mani
fested. The convention of Christian En
deavor Societies under the care of
Richland Presbytery will be held
to-morrow aud Sunday at Clenwood
Church, near Broadview.
Services will be held in St. Peter's
church next Sunday by the new rec
tor, Rev. Baker P. Lee, who arrived
this week from Farmville, Va.
Rev. J. L. Alsworth, of Lewis
burg, preached in the First Presby
terian church last Sunday.
Third round of quarterly meetings of
the Columbia District, Tennessee Con
ference, for 1SHS.
Bee Spring, at Shiloh My2S, 29.
Prospect Circuit, at Mt. Carincl,.!ui)e4,5.
Diana Circuit, at Simpson's Chapel,
June 11, 12.
Olivet and Lynnville, at Lynnville,
June 12, 13.
South Columbia June IS, 19.
Columbia .. June 19, 20.
Mount Pleasant June 25, 20.
Bigbyville Circuit, at Enterprise,
FallRiverCircuit.at Fall River.July 2,3.
Richland Circuit, at Liberty, July 9, 10.
Mooresville Circuit, at , July 10, 17.
Culleoka and Hurricane, at Culleoka,
July 17, 18.
Church registers and recordsof church
conferences will be called for this time.
W. R. Peebles, P. E.
P. O. address, Fountain Creek, Tenn.
C. P. ORPHANS' HOME.
Grneriil Assembly Ratifies the Artion of
Yesterday, at Marshall, Mo., the
Cumberland Presbyterian General
Assembly ratified the action of its
committee, locating the Orphans'
Home at Columbia, and provided
for the incorporation of same. This
will be glad news to our citizens.
The Assembly adjourned yester
day. Uarwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
Ward Thomas, Colored, Dies From a
Cut ltecelve.1 on His Arm.
While Ward Thomas and Leon
hard Bangs, two negro boys, were
playing in front of the Phoenix
Bank last Friday afternoon, Bangs
accidentally cut Thomas with a
knife which he had open in his
hand, severing the artery in his left
arm. The wound bled profusely,
and the affrightened negro started
to running down the street, leaving
a thick trail of blood on the pave
ment from the bank to Barr &
Oake's undertaking shop, where ho
came to a stop.
He was attended by physicians,
but the ends of the severed veins
could not be found for some time,
and inflammation set in, necessita
ting the amputation of the arm Mon
day. The negro suffered intensely
from the effects of the .wound, and
immediately after the amputation
The unfortunate negro was a porter
at McKennon, Anderson & Foster's,
and was liked by both white and
colored. A subscription was raised
among the white people to give him
a decent burial. Bangs, the negro
who did the cutting, is a porter at
the Bethel House, and is very much
grieved over the accident.
We have received a new line
of Misses', Children's and In
fants' STRAP SANDALS & OXFORDS.
We bought them late and
they are extra good values:
Infant's Strap Sandals, 1 to 5, 50c,
black and tan.
Children's Strap Sandals, 6 to 8,
69c, black and tans.
Children's Strap Sandals, 8,'j' to
1H2 85c, black and tans.
Children's Strap Sandals, 12 to 2,
$1.00, black and tan.
Children's Black Oxfords, 8 to 12,
Children's Tan Oxfords, 6 to 8. 49c,
Misses' Black Oxfords, 13 to 2, 4!)e.
Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords,
13 to 2, 74c.
Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords, 13
to 2. $1.00.
We also show a full line of Ladies'
low cut shoes, lace and strap:
Ladies' Black Oxlords. 45c.
Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords,75c.
Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords,
Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords,
$1.00, $1.24, $1.49, to $1.89 pair.
Ladies' White Kid ritrap San
Ladies' White Kid Toe Slippers,
Children's White Kid Sandals, 60c
We can sell you good shoes for less
money than any house in town.
Ladies' Whito Summer Vests,
sleeveless, 5c, Ho, 10c, 15c to 24c.
Ladies' Long Sleeve Summer
Vests, 19c to 24c.
Men's Summer Underwear, Balb.,
15c. 20c, 24c, 40c and 49c each.
Men's Summer Underwear in col
ors, 24c to 49o each.
Men's fancy Summer Underwear
in suits, only 69c and 75c suit.
Lace Curtains, cream and white,
38c, 50J, 69c,'75c to $2.00 per pair.
Curtain goods, 4c, 6c, 7c, 10c yard
in white, cream and fancy.
Summer Buggy Robes, cotton and
lmen,20c, 25c, 35c, 49c, 69c to 90c
Summer Corsets, 25c, 44c, 49c to 69c.
Ladies' Collars, all styles, 10c.
Big line of small aud large fans,
2c, 3e, 4c, 5c, 8c, 10a to 25c each.
Palm Leaf Fans, lc.
Satin Palm Leaf Fans, 4c and 2c.
OVER THE COUNTY
Tin-types 5c, at Young & Evans, tf
The blackberry crop promises to
be abundant this year.
Mrs. John Carpenter, of Mt. Pleas
ant, left this week for Missouri, to
spend some time visiting her par
ents. Fob Sale A young grade Jersey
cow, givin? four gallons of milk a
day. Address, Mrs. R. E. Beden,
Dark's Mill, Tenn. It
Emerson Bunch, colored, who
was sent up from this county last
December for two years for felonious
assault, escaped from the pen
itentiary guar Is while working on
the streets in Nashville Tuesday.
Bargain seekers should read every
item of the Trade Palace's "ad" on
the third page. They are offering
some immense bargains which
should attract every woman to their
W. T. Wilkes and W. H. B. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
the sale of pianos and organs on
South Main street in the Brown
Block. Give us a call before buy
ing, and save from $50 to $100 in the
purchase of a piano and from $10 to
$25 in an organ. Tuning and re
pairing a specialty, tf
Key-ring The sound issuing from
Revenge A gun that kicks harder
than it shoots.
Kleptomiss A girl who steals
kisses from a man.
Jealousy The greatest vice of the
Heir One who has money left
him every time it is spent.
Matrimony About the worst joke
a woman can play on a man.
Politician A man who shakes
your hand one day andyou the next.
Sensible The man who is frank
enough to admit his lack of sense.
Childless The womati who thinks
her baby is not superior to all others.
Luck Something most men get in
large quantities of the wrong kind.
"Spare I)e Legs."
At a Georgia rural camp-meeting,
according to the Atlanta Constitu
tion, the preacher who was leading
the services touched on the war
with 8pnin, and, stopping suddenly
in his sermon, called to an old col
ored brother in the congregation:
"Br'er Williams, I'm gwine ter ax
you ter git right down on yo' knees
en pray fer de success er do Ameri
Br'er Williams "got down"
immediately, and in the course of
his petition he said :
"Oh, Liwd, he'p de American
arms; an', L.twd, whilst you lookin'
atter de arms, take keer er de legs,
tool Don't fergit de les, good
Lawd, kaze we gwiue need 'em ter
run wid! Take de arms, ef you
n.ust, but spare de legs. Lawd,
spare de legs!"
Columbia :-: AthenaBum,
Boarding and Day School for Girls,
Instruction In Primary, High School and
full College work, wit U spec in I advantages
In Music, Art, Elocution, Hhort hand and
Spring session began January 17, 1808.
For catalogues or further information,
. ItO HE It T D. SMITH,
H. ALISON WEBSTER,
ItKAI. KS l ATK OFFICK,
ltiimn No. 20, Masonic
I expect to try to build a good business
by conducting It In a way that will give
satisfaction to those dealing through inc. I
am a regularly licensed Heal Estate Agent,
and expect to conduct a legal business, and
to be puld for my work when I make a d.Hl,
or promote one. Call and see me. niayu) H
Or. Jos. T. Meadors,
harden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72, aprllg
For Circuit Judge.
We are authorized to announce D. W.
Broyles, of Hardin County, ns a candidate
for Judge of the Judicial Circuit composed
of Maury. Lawrence, titles, Lewis. W uyne
and Hardin counties, subject to the action
of the Democratic party. Election in Au-
?ust to (111 out the unexpired term of Judge
We are authorized to announce Hoht. R.
Williams as a candidate for Judge of the
Judicial Circuit composed of Maury,
Lawrence, Giles, Lewis, Wayne and Hardin
counties, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic party. Election in August to fill out
the unexpired term of Judge Patterson.
We are authorized to announce Mr. G. N.
McKennon. Hr., of the Tenth District, as a
candidate for Trustee of Maury County,
Bubject to the will of the people, at the en
suing August election.
We are authorized to announce J. B.
Granberyasa candidate for re-eletion to
the olflce of Trustee of Maury County. Sub
ject to the will of the people ut the August
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
son It. Dobbins, of (Vluuibia. as a candi
date for Trustee of Maury County, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce H. B.
Ladd of the Klin district, as a candidate for
HtiertfT at the ensuing August election, sub
ject to the will of the people.
We are authorized to announce Mr. J. A.
(Dock) Crowe, as a candidate for Sheriff of
Maury County, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized to announce Mr. Love
Webb, the present (sheriff of Maury County,
as a candidate for re-elect ion for t he second
term, at the ensuing August election.
For County Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mora B.
Farisg as a candidate for County Court
Clerk of Maury County ut the ensuing Au
We are authorized to announce Mr. Lu
ther Thomas, of the Fifth District, as a can
didate for t'ounty Court I'lerk of Maury
County, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce J. Frank
Wiley, of Columbia, as a candidate for re
election to the office of County Court Clerk,
at the ensuing August election.
For Circuit Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wll
lard P. Worley, of the Sixteenth District. as
a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Mau
ry County, subject to the will of the people
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wats
F. Embry, of Columbia, as a candidate for
Circuit Court Clerk of Maury County, at
theensulnir August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Rob
ert Foster, of the Fourteenth (district, as a
candidate for Register, subject to the will
of the people at the August election, lsiis.
We are authorized to announce Reglstsr
W. R. McKennon as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Register of Maury
County, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. P. L.
Derryberry, of the Twenty-third District,
as a candidate for Register, at the ensuing
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Proud swan of the waters, white eagleof
The blue billows ripple from under
And the kiss of th8oam and the tears
of the ppray
Are salt in the ifun on her girdle of
Those stars at her peak, that in tempest
Those stripes that were bought with
the blood of the brave,
She will gallantly guard till her skele
In a sea-weeded sepulcher, deep in the
The black cannon crouch on the snow
of her decks,
With the thunder asleep in their
throats, but beware,
'Tis the voice of the nation that speaks
to the world
When the hand of her gunner is lifted
And the language they utter is even
That Lexington heard on that morn
ing of yore
When the scarlet-clad soldiers lay dead
in the dust
And the power of a tyrannous king
was no more!
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