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THE COLUMBIA IIKltALD: FUI DAY, MA 27. l-S8
Not War Talk,
And In a Few Words.
'Tis said that men never read
ads. We think they do, and are
going to prove it.
The REST SHOES for men
on the American Conti
nent are made by Edwin
Clapp. None hutthe best
are turned out of his
shopB. The retail prices
for the highest grades are,
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00 per pair.
(None less than $5 00.) We are
Bole agents for Columbia. No other
firm here has them or can get them
next, and during the next
week, we place 12 dozen,
or in round numbers, 150
pairs of these on our liar
gain Counter at
Remember these shoes are worth
$G 00 a pair on an average. Why
pay any body else $3.00 a pair for a
shoe worth only $3 00 when you can
get a $(i 00 pair at same price.
"Would you mind Riving 50c
for a Silver Dollar?" '
1200 yards Wash Dress Fabrics,
Muslins, Dimities, Linons,
Figuered Nainsook, Gui
pure Muslins, this season's
best ; ought to have 15c for
many of these, hut our
price will be
5c a yard.
1000 yards Tissue Itrode
and Hummer Grenadine,
dark ground, rich figures,
together with light grounds
and with stripes, (these
ought to bring us 25c) but
Monday's price will be
This Counter at 5c and 10c is
a trade winner.
MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY.
News was received here this week
of the death of Mr. James Burnett,
at San Antonio, Texas, which oc
curred last Sunday, the cause of his
death beingappendicitis. Deceased
formerly lived here, and has a large
number of friends who will re"gret to
hear of his death. He leaves surviv
ing him a wife and children and the
followingsisters and brothers : Mrs
J. M. Grimes, of this place. Mrs
Bureh, of Nashville, Mr. W. 15.
nett, of Atlanta, and Richard
nett, of Birmingham.
Mm. Victoria Massey.
Mrs. Victoria Massey died last
Sunday morning at 7:20 o'clock at
her home near Lipscomb. Deceased
was the wife of Mr. G. N. Massey,
and was 2( years of age. She leaves
surviving hera husband and children
and a large circle of friends, who
deeply sympathize with the be
reaved family. She was a true
Christian woman, and was held in
the highest esteem by everyone
The funeral services were conducted
in the Baptist Church near Lips
comb Monday at 11 a. m., by Kev
John E. Hite, and the burial took
place near there.
Potato raisers, remember we are
fullv nreDared to furnish barrels for
the coming crop. Low prices and
best iroods guaranteed. All stock
dry and well seasoned. A long ex
nerlence in this line enables us to
iriv the best notato barrel on the
rket. Citizens' phone CO and
Bell phone 60.
tf . W. F. Wilson & Co.
UAMKLE UKOCEKY CO.
Mranra. V. K. McKennon Rntl G. ff
M. In. Ik Itny theKt-tull Department
Messrs. W. E. McKennon and
George W. Nichols have bought out
the retail department of the E.
Gamble Grocery Company, and will
conduct their business under the
firm name of McKennon & Nichols.
Messrs. Gamble & Co., will continue
to run the wholesale department in
the store-house adioining the retail
This change was made last
wppk. and the new firm Is now in
trnl of their nart of the business,
Mr. Gamble has been in the retail
grocery husiness in i omnium iu
many years, and built up a large and
lucrative trade. His successors,
Messrs. McKennon and Nichols,
assume control of the business with
the best wishes of a large number of
friends. The Hekald wishes both
the old and new firms much success.
Mr. Magginly from Canton.
Many unjust things have been said
of President MeKinley, but it re
mained for the El Diario ot Madrid,
with unconscious humor, to perpe
trate the following: "It will no
doubt surprise our readers to learn
that the Yankee President Magginly
. . . . , v. : . t . -
is a naturalized
been born in
Miss Elise Elam is visiting in
Mr. Allen Harlan has returned
from St. Louis.
Miss Mamie Hodge returned last
week from Napier.
Mr. J. P. Walker, of Alabama.
was here this week.
Mr. Hardy Owen, of Franklin, is
visiting in Columbia.
Mrs. W. C. Bradshaw 1b visiting
relatives in Louisville.
Mr. W. S. Fleming made a trip to
Lawrenceburg last week.
Mr. John Trotwood Moore has
been in Chicago this week.
Mr. Joseph IT. James returned
this week from Norfolk, Va.
Miss Mary Greer returned this
week from a visit to Philadelphia.
Rev. Joe Vesey, of Louisville, is
visiting relatives and friends here,
Mrs. Henry Gross has returned af
ter a visit of eeveral weeks in New
Mrs. E. A. Fusch and little daugh
ters, of Nashville, are at the Athe
nu'uin. Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Atlanta, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. F.
Mr. J. II. Barr, after a visit to his
parents here, has returned to Birm
Elder E. J. Meacham, wife and
little son James were here the first
of the week.
Mr. Elbert Crouch, of Pembrooke.
Ky., is visiting his sister, Mrs.
iiis Virginia wenster, alter a
visit to relatives in Sehna, Ala., has
Miss Maggie Ingram, of Mt.
Pleasant, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Robt. Watkins.
Mr. J. Polk Cherry, of Nashville,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Cherry, this week.
Mrs. S. E. Callenrtar has returned
from Hendersonville, where she
went to visit her parents.
Will Howard and Jack and Harry
Granbery returned last week from
school at Ashevillo, N. C.
Miss Maggie Dale McLean, of
Nashville, is visiting the family of
her uncle, M. W. J. Dale.
Will Everett, of St. Louis, is
spending a few days with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. r . Everett.
Little Miss Eleanor Helm, of
Nashville, is visiting her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Helm.
Mr. E. A. Fush. of Nashville,
visited his wife and little daughters
at the Athenaeum Saturday and Sun
day. Lieut. E. S. Fowler, of Company
B., came out last Saturday to see his
friends and vote in the primary elec
Misses Sadie Williams, of Water
Valley, and Fannie Banks.of Thomp
son Station, are guests of Miss Mary
Mrs. Anni Tomlinson, Mrs. M. B.
Smiser and Miss Charlotte Smfser
came over from Culleoka on a visit
Mr. W. B. Burnett and family re
turned this week from Atlanta, Ga.,
to make their future home at Santa
Fe in this county.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lander and
son Frank returned last Saturday
from Nashville. Mr. Lander is very
much improved in health.
Dr. W. A. Smith attended the
meeting of the Grand Commandery
of Knights Templar in Frankliu
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. W. A. Hammonds, traveling
agent for Harris & Cole Bros., left
Monday for a two months trip in
Illinois, after several days stay at
Mrs. A. J. Nichols and little son
are visiting Mrs. Geo. Sarven in Pu
laski, and will go from there to An-
niston, Ala., to attend the foster
Rev. T. J. Duncan will spend to
day in Columbia on hi return home
from Conference in Baltimore to his
home in Taylor, Texas. His numer
ous triends will be glad to see him.
Misses Nell and Lindsey Tomlin-
Bon, who have oeen witn their uncie,
Mr. Jesse Toml'nson, and attending
the McDowell School for the past
nine months, have returned to their
home in Culieoka.
Rev. Baker P. Lee, who was re
cently called to the rectorship of
St. Peter's Church, arrived here
Wednesday with his family from
Farmville, Va., and will reside for
the present at the Institute.
An entirely new line of
just arrived. Ctn show you
the nobbiest Sailor out at .Vic.
Have also cut our prices in
two on Hollers. Just come,
look, and be convinced.
Miss Beatrice Kerwicfc,
at the Maury Iry Woods Co.
N. H. Mrs. Fakiss is still with
Volunteers Puss Through Columbia.
Last Saturday three regiments of
volunteers from Wisconsin passed
through Columbia en route to Tam
pa, Fla., and Sunday night the Iowa
troops passed through, lhe boys
were in a jovial mood, and were pa
triotic in their demonstrations.
Rnggies and Surrles.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medium grade
, buggies, surries, and phirtons in
the city. Call and see
tf Sattekkield x Dodson.
TO THE WISE !
We want to have a little talk
with you in regard to Wall Pa
per or more particularly in
regard to wall paper peddlers,
who carry around sample
books of old patterns which up-to-date
dealers will not buy. Sever
al parties have told us they regretted
buying from these sample books af
ter seeing our beautiful new style
patterns and prices. They find our
prices are aboutone-half the marked
prices on these samples, as the ped
dlers get 50 per cent discount and
pocket just half the price you pay.
we are quite sure you will find it
to your interest to buy your paper at
home after a comparison of our
styles and prices. We' have the
goods in stock, you do not wait for
it to be ordered : you return to us
any paper not used and get more if
needed to finish out. Our stock is
the largest ever shown in this city
and ranges in price from 3js0 to $2 50
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
Vehicles at pricey to suit every
one. bee Sattekkield & Dodson.
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Mr. Harry Hanner, an attorney
at this place, who volunteered his
services to the state militia, wa ex
amined at Columbia Tuesday and
accepted. He left Wednesday
morning for Nashville, where he
will be assigned his place in one of
the companies. Mrs. J. W. Wilson
went to Columbia Monday to visit
her hoinefolks. Lynnville Letter to
Giles County Record.
Miss Elizabeth McLemore, of Co
lumbia, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
W. B. Smithson. Miss McLemore
is a modest and cultured young lady,
having just completed a two years'
coarse at Baldwin Seminary of
Staunton, va. Giles liecord.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones left yester
day for Columbia and will soon visit
Texas. She will not return to Fay
ette ville. Fayette ville Observer.
Misses Provine, Akin and Moore
of Columbia, are visiting Mrs. W.
R. Hutton, this city, and are the
recipients of much attention. They
are charming ladies. Shelbyvill'e
Miss Mai Watkins, of Columbia,
is visiting relatives in East Nash
ville. Nashville American.
Mr. U. H. Foster has returned to
his home in Columbia, Tenn., after
a visit of several days here, the
guest of Mr. George E. Cater. Miss
Annie B. Cooper, one of the popular
Seminary teachers, left last night
tor her home at Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.
Anniston, Ala., Hot Blast.
I NEW STOCK of
comprising the lateRt styles,
which will be sold at astonish
ingly low prices. A beautiful
LINE OF SAILORS
at prices that should make
them change owueis quick.
Don't forget to call at tny "Mil
linery Headquarters" when
y.u wish anything in my
Mrs. M. E. WILLIAMSON.
FIGl" EUS' SHOE STOKE.
But little of interest has been
transacted In Circuit Court this
week. Judge .Williams arrived
Monday and relieved special Judge
The cae of Spragin & Patton vs
the L. & N. It. It., for damages, was
compromised, the defendants agree
Ine to pay o()0 ana cosh.
In the case of W. E. Cox vs. J. T.
and C. F. Fugh, for damages in a
horse swap, complainant was given
Trie misdemeanor aocRet was
taken up yesterday, and the follow
ing cases were disposed of:
Ed Cates, colored, selling liquor
without license, in three cases, sub
mitted and fined $20 and costs in
each case. Bettie aud Anderson
Morgan and Dick Thomas, colored,
fined 12 50 each for gaming.
Wiley Brown, colored, carrying
razor, nolle prossed on payment of
If vou want them we have them ; the
very best new recleaned Feed, guaran
teed to come up when sown :
Per bushel 90
(Special price on large lots.)
Pine- pple evrup, per gallon 2."
New Orleans Molasses, per gallon..
Iiest open kettle X. O. Molasses, per
tlbs Arbuckle. 4-a, or levering
lOlhs best Seed-tick coffee 1.00
Flour, bacon and lard cheaper than
any house In town. Hay, ear corn, bran
and shelled oats at bottom prices.
Bell Thone 24. No. 23 North Mala St.
will take care of itself. Buy a nice
buggy and be happy. See
tf Sattekheid & Dodson
Wash Taylor is clerking at the
Mrs. H. F. Faris has been on the
sick list this week.
Dr. J. T. Meadows was on the sick
list several days this week. '
Cabinet Photos $1.00 per dozen at
Fielden Bros', gallery. tf.
Mr. J. W. Frierson, Jr., we are
glad to report, is able to walk about
some on crutches.
Wilkes & Derryberry, undertakers
boutn Main etreet, Brown Block,
Mrs. Emma Ketchum has accept
ed a position at Mrs. M. E. William
son's millinery establishment.
Messrs. Henry Alexander and
Wiley Warfleld are boarding at
Mrs. Leneave's, on Garden street.
Mr. Mora B. Fariss has been quite
sick for the past week, threatened
with fever. His friends wish him a
Dr. J. G. Williamson is having his
already pretty residence corner
Sixth and High streets repainted
ana otnerwise ueautined.
Day boarders wanted. Call on
Mrs. It.. P. Dilworth, in the Robin
son building, corner West Seventh
and school streets. may27-4t
Mrs. J. B. Wilkins and family
have moved into the house on Sixth
8tret formerly occupied by Mr. T.
u. Meadows, who will move to
Cincinnati to live in the future.
A large force of workmen are en
camped on the Nashville pike a
short distance from Columbia, put
ting up a long distance line for the
American Telephone Company.
The ladies of St. Mary's Guild of
St. Peter's Episcopal church served
lunch in 'he vacant store-house next
tr Chiltlln Itrim. lsiMt Kiiturrluv Tho I
ladies were well patronized.
The Trade Palace has bought a
whole page of the Herald this
week to tell their patrons of the
bargains they have in store for
them. Read the third page.
While out wheeling last Thursday
evening, policeman Lancaster collid
ed with an old negro woman in front
of Mr. J. P. Street's residence, and
upset her. No one was hurt.
Mr. A. B. McBride is quite ill at
the residence of Mrs. Taylor, on
North High street. He is' affected
with something like meningitis,
but his physicians do not think his
condition dangerous at present.
The ice cream supper at the Cot
tage Hotel last Tuesday night was a
pronounced success. The supper
was given by the young ladies of the
Baptist church for the benefit of the
organ runa, ana a neat sum was
I he Masons or Maury County are
preparing to file a claim for dam
ages against the United States Gov
ernment for the burning of Jackson
College by the Federal troops dur
ing the Civil war. This college,
which was owned by the Masons,
was situated In Columbia south of
the railroad, and was a very valua
The Herald is in receiptof a copy
of the Prospect News, published at
Doniphan, Ripley County, Mo.,
which contains a lengthy sketch of
John Hamilton Nunnelee, who is a
caudidate for re-election to the of
fice of Collector of that county. Mr.
Nunnelee was born in Columbia in
1858 and in young manhood moved
to Hickman county. In 1881 he
went to Missouri, where he has
The battleship Oregon, after its
long and perilous journey, has
arrived in Columbia and dropped
anchor in Dobbins & Ewing's show
window on West Seventh street.
Bob Harlan, clerk for this firm,
ingeniously arranged the formi
dable looking craft from various
pieces of hardware in the store, and
hristened it in honor of the United
htates man-oi-war. it will no
)iibt strike terror to the hearts of
the Dons, and win fame for the
stara and bars.
Garwood's Sarsnparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. ti. rains
A Double Wedllnf.
Cards have been issued announc
ing the marriage of Miss Nellie
Y llliams to Mr. Ulna Hunter Foster.
which will take place In the First
Presbyterian' Church at Anniston.
Ala., on June 7, at 8:;W o'clock. At
the same time and place the mar
riage of Miss Sadie Williams to Mr.
George Erwin Cater will take place.
The brides-elect are daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. William Howard
Williams, formerly of this place,
and have many friends here. Mr.
Foster is a popular member of the
firm of McKennon, Anderson &
Foster of this city. His best man
will be Mr. J. Chealrs Mayes, and
Messrs. Will Chaffln and Joe Lee.
of this city, will be two of the at
In society circles Interest is large
ly centered in the approaching mar
riage of Miss K&therine Aileen
Wilkes of this city, to Dr. Charles
Henry Moak, of New York. The
marriage ceremony will be said in
St. Peter's church Tuesday after
noon, June 7, at three and a half
o'clock. No cards.
To the bridal party and a few in
timate friends a reception will fol
low, at the residence of the bride's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkes.
The marriage of Miss Nettie Mai
Cecil, of this county, to Mr. Henry
Knox Bryson, of Fayetteville, has
been announced. The wedding will
take place on Wednesday, June 8,
at 9 o'clock p. m., at Lake View, the
pretty home of the bride. Miss
Cecil is the daughter of Mr. Loyd
Cecil, one of Maury County's most
prominent citizens, and is an ac
complished and attractive young
lady. Mr. Bryson is president of
the First National Bank of Fayette
ville, and is highly connected.
After the ceremony a 'eception will
be given at the residence of the
bride's parents, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bryson will leave on the morning
train on their bridal tcur.
HANG ON TO
Until you see the Dollar's
worth we give you for it. Ev
ery cent saved makes life
easier. You can save many
of them at this store without
sacrificing quality In the least.
Bargains . .
for this week. One table of
Summer Dress Goods, 12
15c and 20c grades at X'a'c.
Special prices this week
We have made several bie
Carpet and Matting
for this week only. Our stock
is larger than usual and must
be reduced at once.
We otfermany inducements to
buy in our
which is always a little ahead
of the procession.
Are the thine !
for hot weather. We have a
large assortment at lowest pri
ces. Vf EST COLUMBIA.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burns enter
tained a few of the McDowell pupils
last Saturday. All report an enjoy
Miss HaUie Cayce was the guest
of friends in our community the
first of the week.
Mr. H. H. Catlna was able to re
turn to his work in Mt. Pleasant
Tuesday, after several weeks con
finement, caused by injuries receiv
ed in a runaway.
Miss Mary Witherspoon visited in
our minst last week.
Mrs. Ellis Wood was on the sick
list last week.
A number of friends and school
mates gathered at the pleasant
home of Misses Brownie and Floy
Campbell last Saturday evening, to
bid farewell to their school-mates,
Misses Stockard and Napier, until
school will open again. Those, in
attendance were: Misses Claude
Stockard, Mary Leigh Napier, May
Tucker, Addie ood, Brownie and
Floy Campbell ; Messrs. Eddie Er
win, Lush Irvine, Robert Craig,
Fuller Rrittain and Frank Vaughn.
A few hours were very pleasantly
spent in social chat.
With kind regards to all,
Sell Your Surplus Produce
and buy a buggy of
Sattkkkield & Dodson.
Every woman should have one,
for they are neat, attractive
substantial and cheap. A full
line of all tho pretty things in
Millinery is here.
MISS NKI.I.IK (Wit HO 1. 1,,
Annex MeKi nnon, Anderson A Foster.
. A. VOSS.
Winner in. Elect Ion Tor Countable Lust
An election for constable was held
in this, the ninth district last Tues
day, to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of J. C. McGaw. The
only candidates were W. A. Voss
and Jonas jrwln, and the vote
stood as follows:
Court-house 24l K)
Stock-yard 77 5
Totals 3fi K"
Mr. Voss served for several years
on the police force in Columbia, and
will make an emcient constable.
makes cheap feed. Buy new
of Sattekkield & Dodson.
Tom Cook returned last Thursday
irom lampa, t la.
MissTennie McKennon, after i
pleasant visit to friends and rela
lives at nawuusi vaney, has re
Miss Minnie Bishop, after a visit
to relatives in Kentucky, has re
Mrs. Wallace Ussery Is visiting
her parents at White Bluff, Tenn.
Having secured the agency for oue
of the largest wool factories in the
world, we aie in the market fora.l
the wool products In Maury County
and can pay highest market prices
for same. Call and see us btfore sell
ing. We are also headquarters for
Field Seeds, Land Plaster, Lime,
etc., and don't forget to see us before
you buy your Stock Peas, Whip
poorwills, Clays and mixed at bot
tom prices. Give us a trial and we
will do the rest.
. Frierson k Emhry,
Cor. S. Mailt and KtU Slrrrii,
Thone 107. Uaket ISulldlnj.
are words that we often har after
people have tried
at our fouutain. Lemon l'hosnliato is
so common that it takes something ex
tra to cull forth such remarks. Tho se
cret of ours is that we are careful to
have fresh syrups made from the best
material we' can li"d. Fresh syrup
means syrup made not longer than the
day before you taste it.
Ji your (, ('( ((t our j'uunlaiii
and ) ( the bfMt !
YOLDRIDQE & IRVINE,
The faculty and boarding pupils of
the Athenaeum were entertained
last Friday evenii.g by Mr. and Mrs.
Frank H. Smith, in honor of their
daughter, Mi-s Carrie, it being the
anniversary of her birth The occa
sion was made one of much enjoy
ment by choice selections of music
and interesting games. Delightful
refreshments were served.
On Saturday evening, May 28th,
at 8 o'clock, a musical recital will be
givtn in the study hall of the Insti
tute by Miss Hallie bry, assisted by
Misses Elsie Greer, Mary Dale Fig
uers and Annie Carroll.
A delightful German was danced
in the Century Club parlors last
Friday night. Those in attendance '
were: Miss Daisy Towler, W. W.
Moore; Miss Cornelia Jones, E. It.
l'arrell; Miss Ethel Hendley, Frank
liorum; Miss Minnie Towler, II. G.
Evans, Jr.: Miss McOavock, Wil
liam Evans: Miss Wageuschuetz.
Fred Evans; Miss Louise Dobbins,
C.J. Akin; Miss Mina McLemore,
Prof. A. H. Merrill gave n recital
at Howard Institute, Mt. Pleasant,
last Friday evening. A good-sized
audience was in attendance, and the
evening was very much enjoyed.
Alleen, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. It. Craig, entertained a
number of her friends last Saturday
with a biithday party.
Yesterday's Ameiican says:
"Mrs. A. S. Warren was the hostess
of a beautiful luncheon yesterday,
given to Miss Virginia Carpenter,
of Columbia. The tloral decoration
of the table was sweet peas and pink
wa used in the pretty arrangement.
The lace centre-piece was over pink
silk, and the dainty dower was
banked around a mirror on which
rested a tall vase filled with the same
blossoms. Smaller vases were at
the ends. A delicious menu of
many courses was served."
UNCALLED Hi It LETTERS.
The following is the list of letter
for the week ending May 2(1, IH'IS.
Kelker, V. L.
MoCunless, Miss 'A.
M oore, .1.
Sonders, Mrs. W.
Sin ill) son, Miss 1.
Hierly, II. A.
llahtist, Mrs. N. N
nrewer, J. is.
Cuntrell, I). U.
Crosby, X. C.
l'itzpatriok, Q. M.
for the above letter!
please say advertised.
ti. v .
Fariss, P. M.
Arriving nt the Co
The force at the Arsenal has been
kept quite busy the past week un
loading ana storing away the muni
tions of war, w hicli are arriving rap
til l v. ho lar, twenty breech-load
ing 32 inch field cannon, with their
carriages, and twenty four car loads
of rifles and cartridges have been
received, and more will shortly fol
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Alexander & Vaughn made the
following shipments Saturday: 1
load of lambs from Spring Hill to
LouiviHe; 1 load of hogs and cattle
from Columbia to Louisville.
La Anderson shipped 3 loads of
lambs from Mt. Pleasant to Louis
Joe Hagey shipped a load of hogs
Monday to Montgomery.
Hal Tarker, 2:11'4'
will make the season of 1 s'JS at
South Side Park, Columbia, at $15
by the insurance. Only four of his
get w ere trained last year. Three of
them paced miles better than 2:25,
and two better ftean 2:20. Addie
Parker, a thre year ld, paced a 3d
mile in 2:13, aud was sold for $300.
Alice Hal, 2-year-old race record
2:2J14 paced a lutle in 2:19'4', and
)i in 30 seconds, and was Bold for
750. C, R.Alexander,