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Now in full blast at the
Maury Dry Goods
And Shoe Co.'s
Getting ready for
You can buy Bummer Goods
at unheard of Low Prices.
Must clean 'em out. Profits
discarded. Prices no object.
Come, bring your money and
get double value for it. Hun
dreds of pairs of
all sizes and kinds; blacks
and colored at prices to move
Stirt Waists, Stirts,
Lais' Muslin Underwear,
At and below cost.
All of our French Organdies,
Lappetts, Mulls, Tissue
Brode, Lawns, Muslins, etc.,
4c, "3'gC, 10c, 17c; about half
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY.
south east side.
Mrs. W. Y. C. Grant is visiting
relatives in Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Mebrin Patton and
Mrs. Amanda Shannon, of Isom,
were visiting Mr. F. M. Watson last
Mrs. A. R. Chumney and family.
after a pleasant visit with her moth
er, Mrs. Wilbanks at Bunny Bide,
has returned home.
Mr. A. R. Chumney is at Fleet
wood, Perry County, in the interest
of Harris & Cole Bros.
The following, after visiting away
from home, have returned : Mr. and
Mrs. F. D. Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. Polk
Roan and daughter Mary. Mrs. Har
ry Martin and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Hunt. Master Bismark Bates ac
companied them home, and will
spend several weeks in our midst
Mr. John Foster, of Lewisburg, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Mas
Miss Kate Patton, of Hampshire,
after a pleasant visit in our midst,
has returned home.
Mr. Leonbard Bird has moved in
to our midst: we eladly bid him
Mrs. W. S. Tucker and little Madge
Chumney are both sick: we wish
for them a speedy recovery.
In all shares, at and below cost.
Sashes and Ties at cost
MRS. M. E. WILLIAMSON,
At T. N FIGI EUS' SHOE STOKE.
Mrs. Maude Church Barrow,
July 7th, congestive chill, Ark.
Mrs. Lizzie Cole, died July
aire 68 years, country.
Miss Mary Morris Perry, died July
9th, aged 78 years, pneumonia,
W. R. McKennon, died July 10th,
aeed 68 years, town.
Welcomb Cooper, died July 6th,
aired 83 years, old aire, country.
James Aldridge, died July 7th,
Aired 30 vears, consumption, country
Lena B. Russel, died July 9th,
aeed 20 mouths, colera infantum,
Thousands of Soldiers
Are ginp to the war, but it does
seem to effect our trade, as we are
nig more Groceries than ever.
New fresh turnip seed, all kinds,
Fruit iars. we beat them ail
Fruit jar rubbers, per dor.
17 lbs nice white siiirar
lJlbs best country lard
tirated pineapple, per can 10c, 1."
tjuart cans, assorted table syrup,
lies? new feed oats, per bushel
Fat baeoti, per pound
Pineapple svrup, per gallon :
New Virginia sorghum, per callon, .:
Bell Phone U. No. i North Main St.
J-C. Dexter, Esq., is at Elkmont
Miss Cornelia Jones is summering
at Look Out.
Mr. R. O. Ewing and family have
gone to Beaver Dam.
air. and Mrs. A. J. Nichols and
rvorton, are at Primms.
Mr. B. A. Satterfleld was in Nash
Tille the first of the week.
Mr. Wooten Moore is on a visit to
his parents in Marion, Ala.
Mrs. D. C. Kelley is visiting her
mother, in Summer county.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hughes have
returned from Lawrenceburg.
Dave Bogatzky spent several
days in Nashville the past week.
Mlsskme Hall, of Memphis, is
tne guest of Miss Lottie Wilkins.
air. iNelll Hughes returned this
weeK rrom a visit to Washington.
Jirs. Jtuth Matthews, of Texas, is
visiting Mr. o. P. Payne and family.
Misses Myrtle Barker and Kate
Latta are visiting friends at Centre
ville. H. P. Fiirures. Esq.. was holdine-
Chancery Court in Pulaski this
Charlie Hatcher has returned
from a visit to Pinewood, Hickman
Mrs. Joseph Towler and Mr. W. J.
Towler have returned from Estill
C. B. Gracy will leave to-dav for
Giles couuty, for a two weeks busi
Judge Sam Holdine was inter-
viewing the voters of Giles county
Mrs. John W. Fry and children
are sojourning at Krap Springs near
Miss Louise Woodside is visiting
her sister Mrs. Wiley Hoke, in
Madame Carrick left this week to
spend the summer with Dr. Carrick,
Mrs. T. J. Rea has returned from a
visit to her bou, J. C. Rea. at Mint
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Stephenson.
are visiting Mrs. Henry Martin at
Mr. Godwin Lee, of New York,
spent Sunday with his brother, Rev
IS. P. Lee acd family.
Mr. Leon Gross, of Fort Worth,
Texas, is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Uross.
Mrs. Mora Fariss and daughters,
Mary, Ella and Elizabeth, are visit
ing relatives iu Alabama.
Mr. John Trot wood Moore returned
the first of the week from a visit to
his parents at Marion, Ala.
Judge Grigsby, of Dixon, who de
sires to represent this district in
Congress, was here Tuesday.
Miss Lottie Wilkins and Miss
Mattie Wilson have returned from
a visit to Thompson Station.
Miss Beulah Porter, of Williams-
port, has been with Misses Amanda
and Emma Harlan this week.
Mr. James Hughes, postmaster at
Birmingham, was visiting his uncle,
Judge A. M. Hughes, this week.
Mrs. B. A. Rodgers and Mrs. C. N.
McLemore and Marie, visited
friends at Spring Hill this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. White are
spending this week with Mr. and
Mrs. W. t . Scott, near Andrews.
Miss Bernice Frost, of Wingo,
Kv is visiting: the Misses Emerson
in the Sunny Side neighborhood.
Capl. R. D. Smith has returned
from the sea shore, where he went
for his health, very much improved.
Mr. Leroy McKennon, of Smyrna.
Tenn., came to attend the funeral
of his brother, Rev. W. R. McKen
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rains, Miss
Mary and Master Aris left Tuesdav
for Waukesha, to spend several
Miss Mamie Daniel, of Nashville,
will come Monday, to be the guest
of Mrs. F. D. Lander for several
Miss Maude Thomason, of Mem
phis, after a visit to Mrs. T. N.
Jones, left a few days since for
Mr. Charley McKennon. of Waco,
Texas, was called here this week by
the death of his father, Rev. W. 11.
Briggs McLemore came up from
Bailev Springs and spent Sunday
and Mouday here, aud thereby
hangs a story.
Mr. W. B. Turner, who has been
visiting at his old home in Waverly,
Tenn., for several weeks, has re
turned to Columbia.
Mrs. Rainey, of Memphis, and
Miss Outting, of Boston, are visiting
Mrs. Garnett Rainey at her home on
the Mt Pleasaut pike.
Mr. Bruce Tucker, of the Hkr
ald's repertorial force, is at the
Omaha Exposition, enjoying the
sights of the great West.
Miss Beatrice Kerwick left this
week for a visit to Northern cities,
where she will buy a line of fall mil
Inery before returning home.
Miss Ethell Bartlett, of EJwards-
port, Ind., a former pupil of the
Athenwuin, graduating in '92, is
visiting Miss Emma Pickens.
Mrs. T. N. Jones is visiting rela
tives in Louisville. She will be
joined by Mr. Jones later on and
they will go on to Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Jones, of Tip-
tonville, who have heen visiting
relatives in this county, left yester
dav for some Kentucky summer
Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Hendley and
little daughter Elizabeth Jones, of
Livingston, Ala., are visiting Mr.
Hendley s parents, Mr. and Mrs
Rev. Mr. Gold, a former pastor of
the First Cumberland Presbyterian
Church of this city, now of Covinir
ton, Ohio, is here shaking hand
with his former parishoners.
Mr. Kirk McCormick and family,
of Blooming Grove. Texas, and Miss
Lucile McCormick, of Carter's
Creek, are the guests of theircouins,
the Misses Wilson on boutn hm
We Do Not
why some people will be induced
to buy mixed paints that are only
claimed to be composed wholly
of lead and zinc and pure linseed
oil, when this claim is only sup
ported by the simple statement
of thesellerand not sustained by
any guarantee of purity nor
chemical analysis. Ask them if
they will do as Rains' does he
stands ready to deposit in bank a
sufficient sum of money to pay
the cost of analysis by any flrst-
class chemist whose analysis
fails to verify the absolute puri
ty of hia paint. Try them by
this test and see if they really
believe the paint they offer to
sell you is pure. The public has
been deceived too much and too
often on mixed paints. Our paint
costs you no more than other
dealers ask you for adulterated
and short measure gallons.
We have an immense stock, all
new spring designs and at prices
we are sellinsr it costs you very
little to paper a room. It costs
nothing to look at our new de-
RAIrJv TUC nDllftftlCT
aMIIlO, Int UMJUUlOli
Miss Henrietta Lazarus and Mr
Beu Lazarus, representing the Semi
Weekly News, and Dr. W.A. Smith,
representing the Dixie Oame Fowl,
are with the Tenneesee Press Associ
ation at the Omaha Exposition.
Rev. W. A. Provine, Mesdames
W. A. Ruttle. Annie White, N. Hoi
man, M. L. Eddy, H. L. Wheeler,
Misses Pearl Provine, Lucy Haley,
M'Lisse Scribner, Annie and Angie
Bennett, .Lena Lddy, Messrs. W. a.
Greenlaw, W. A. Ruttle, Raymond
Adkisson, Ernest Scribner and Har
ry Eddy were among those who at
tended the Christian Endeavor Con
vention at Nashville.
Is the most nleasant and effect.
ive remedy known to act gently,
yt promptly on the Liver, Kid
ney and Bowels. It entirely re
lieves and cures habitual consti
pation, kidney troubles, dispels
colds and headaches and the
many ills which result from a
weak or inactive condition of
the organs nu which it acts.
tne natural demand lor a
pleasant, yet prompt and effect
ive family remedy to regulate the
Liver and cleanse and invigorate
the Kidneys led to the produc.
tion by the Garwood Medicine
Company of this perfect Liver
and Kidney Cure.
The invalid, the old and the
young, aud the children all en
joy its pleasant flavor and mild
action. The ladies, whose deli
cate systems require a remedy
that will act gently and entirely
sate under all conditions are en
thusiastic in their praise of Gar
wood's Liver and Kidney Cure.
Remember the name. Dr. Gar
wood's Liver and Kidney Cure
and have no other offered you as
j list as good. None genuine
without siguature of Garwood
Medicine Co. on every bottle,
l'KICK, .'.Of BOTTI.K, O KOTTLKS i.75.
SOLPnXLYI R DITWO Thfl nunrtrfict
KY nftii'i iu6 11115511)1.
We have some bargains in second
hand Columbia. Crescent and Eagle
heels. Dobbins & Ewixo,
Personals Culle I From Exchan ires.
H. P. Figures, of Columbia, is
serving as Chancellor in some cases
in which Judtje Abernathy was in
competent. Pulaski Citizen.
Mrs. lennie Woldrida-e has re
turned from a visit to the family of
her son, Walter, at Columbia
Miss Dot Ewing, of Columbia, is
visiting friends in the city and coun
ty. Lewisburg Sentinel.
Miss Lucy Floyd, of Columbia,
Tenn., sister of Mr. A. C. Floyd,
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Washington, where she will
be present at the session of the .Na
tional Educational Association.
Saturday's Chattanooga Times.
Mrs. Ella M. LeNeave, delightful
ly entertained a few friends at her
hospitable country home near town
Wednesday evening of last week,
complimentary to her charming
guest, Miss Laura Taylor, of Colum
bia. Miss Fannie Sowell, of Maury
County, is visiting her aunt, Mr
Scobey, at Hillsboro. Mr. and Mrs
Mitchell, of Columbia, are visiting
the family or Mr. Frank McGavock,
north of town. Williamson County
We are the Folks
that sell preserving kettles, oil
stoves, fruit jars, tin cans, etc.
Do vou need them: Lome and see,
iune21-4t Dobbins dc Ewixo.
"Cold Day in July."
The thermometer took a tumble
the first of the week, aud, although
it did not snow, .Sunday and ilon
dav compared with what the
weather has been were really "cold
days in July." At night the air was
especially cool, and a little extra
covering'didn't feel a bit unpleasaut.
A cool wave visited this section of
the country about the same time
Buggies and Surries.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medinm grade
buggies, surries, and pha-tons in
the city. Call and see
tf ' Sattekfield 4 Dopson.
LIVER and KIDNEY CURE
This has been a bad week on straw
hats ad linen clothes.
Cabinet photos, $1.00 perdoz.. war
ranted not to fade. Young & Evans.
Mr. Geo. E. McKennon has nimli-
fled as administration of the late W.
Call the City Grain & Feed Co..
over Bell 66 or Citizens 117 before
selling your wheat; they are head
H. P. Fiiruera. Eaor.. acted as hop-
cial Chancellor in Pulaski last week
in cases in which Chancellor Aber-
nathy was incompetent.
Orders have been issued bv the
city officials compelling all dogs
running the streets to be properly
The stockholders of the Iron Citv
Company are called to meet at the
Jiethell House next Tuesday, for the
purpose of winding up the affairs of
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, and Misses
Sadie Sheeiroe. Annie Fleminc
Mina McLemore, Virginia Carpen
ter and Ethel Hendley, are at Stew
Col. H. G. Evans has an order from
the government for a million pounds
of straw at 35 cents per thousand.
That creates a demand for something
tnai nas Deen wasted heretofore.
The houseof Miles Church.colored.
in Macedonia, was destroyed by Are
last Tuesdav niirht. fnerother with
80Jle 01 it8 furniture and an adjoin.
inghouse. Insurance $500, in O. P
uutiedge s agency.
The colored volunteers from Co
lumbia left last Friday evening: for
rort '1 nomas, where they will be
disciplined berore going to the frout.
Jonn Jack-on has decided not to
accept the CuDtaincv of the coinoa
At the recent meetinir of the Ten
nessee Deutal Association at Look
out, both of Columbia's represeuta
lives won a place; Dr. Meadors was
made a member of the Executive
Committee, and Dr. Page was elect
The Columbia Mill & Elevator
Company want wheat. There is
nothing greedly about them; they
ouly want 500,000 bushels. They are
aio wen prepared to store you
wheat if you do not care to sell just
now. bee on another naire a lartre
"iiie-sized cut of their elevator.
COAL AND COKE.
it is reported that we are eoine
out 01 tne (joal business ; but it is
mistake. We are here to stov.
ami .ETNA COAL,
and we solicit your patronage.
7 15 4t John A. Waiker & Co
Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Wendel have
as their guests this week, Mrs. J. J
ean and little son, and Miss (jlara
Holt, of Lynchburg, Mrs. T. R
Bean and children and Miss Carrie
Neal Mitchell, of Tullahoma.
airs. ueo. Metz and children are
visiting relatives here.
Mr. and airs, fcd Clarx have re
turned to their home in Nashville
after a two weeks visit to relatives
and friends here.
Mrs. Jame Grimes has returne
home after a few days visit with rel
atives at rsashviiie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Christly has
moved to Florence, Ala., where Mr
Christly is employed in T. J. Reay'
Miss Mary Dowling has returned
home, after a two week's visit with
friends at Lawrenceburg.
Mlssrannia Burnett has returned
toherVmieat Mt. Pleasant, after
visiting her relatives here.
Sam B. Nichols
of Carter's Creek, has telephone con
nection with all parts of the county,
using both the Bell and Citizens',
and wants to buy wheat, delivered
at any railroad" station in Maury
Columliia Mill A" Elevator Co.,
In the market 365 days in the year
will buy your wheat, one bushel
or one million bushels; for delivery
at any railroad station or at eleva
tor, and always pay top of the mar
ket. Hotn citizens and neu pnones,
No. 60. See us before selling. tf
Will Electa Itrgister.
The County Court will convene
next Monday to elect a Register, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the
death of Rev. W. R. McKennon.
Messrs. Clifford Hendley, the pres
ent polite and efficient deputy, and
sir. jonn carr or tne xjst district,
are applicants for the plae,
FARMERS ASD MULE DEALERS.
We will be at the Stock Yards in
Columbia, Tenn., August 1st, 18US,
(first Monday) to buy big mules. Re
member the date and have your
mules at the Stock Yards.
J. W. Howard.
J. P. Hupsox.
Remember that we are on the mar
ket to buy and sell mules every busi
ness day in the year. If you are
ready to sell your mules bring them
in at once, bee us Deiore Duving or
selling your mules.
july 14 st J. w. Howard & Co.
By working at M. G. Riche'
Phosphate Mine, Ridley Sta
tion, near Mount Pleasant,
Tennessee, yon can make
ONE DOLLAR A DAY,
and get your mouey every
Saturday at 1 p. m. Regular
work and shacks for all.
ft DEEP CMfe
Is an invariable policy with us
every season, to clear the 6tore
and make room for new stock.
But we do not wait till the
time is past for you to make an
effective purchase. As the
time to ell is now, when the
needs are just in season and
the demand active, we offer
Our Entire Summer Stock
at such striking reductions
as to compel thejr immediate
sale, beveral lots of Clothins
this week at $4.50 a suit. . . .
Anywhere else you will
six to eight dollars for no
ter suits. Also several lots of
$2.00 Pants lor $1.50.
Other values In proportion.
We are offering some extraor
dinary inducements in our
Carpet and Matting Department.
, Some new and beautiful pat
terns just received. These
goods were bought at a great
reduction and we are giving
you the benefit of our good for
tune. As we UNDERBUY we UNDER
SELL in every department.
Mrs. Ella M. Leneave, delight
fully entertained a few friends at
her hospitable country home near
town Wednesday evening of last
week, complimentary to her charm'
ing guest, Miss Laura Taylor, of Co
lumbia. Williamson Couuty News
Miss Mary Rains entertained at
tea in a most delightful manner on
Thursday evening of last week, com
plimentary to her iruests. Miss Mary
and Henry Martin, of Midway, Ky.
The followine were in attendance:
Misses Mary Martin, Lily Watkins
Louise Woldrklge, Anne Evans and
Cornelia Jones; Messrs. Henry Mar
tin, Will Howard. John Evans.
Knox Fleminc:, Nat Wilkes and
The young ladies aud gentlemen
of the Bigbyville heighborhood as
sembled themselves together in Mr.
Giddens' lawn near Hopewell church
last Thursday night under the moon
light, for the enjoyment of a lawn
fete. Quite a goodly number were
in attendance, and a most pleasant
evening was spent.
Miss Elizabeth Shields entertain
ed last Tuesday evening complimen
tary to her guest Miss Killman of
Alabama. "Lncle bams bchool,
a hair hours study in geography
and history of the present war, was
the unique game for tho evening,
and alforded very great entertain
ment and amusement. The bead
prizes for proficiency were awarded
Miss Louise Smith and Mr. John
Kilpatrick ; the foot prizes to Miss
Kate Shields and Joe Borum. Those
present were: Misses Killman, of
Alabama, Woods, of Kentucky, Lin
da Frierson, Fannie Louise Smith,
Aileen Moore, Mary Craig and Kate
Shields; Mers. Connor Akin, John
Floyd, Joe Borum, John Uant and
John Kilpatrick of St. Louis.
"Dewy Evening" Lmvn Party.
On Friday after five o'clock in the
afternoon, the ladies will conduct
an entertainment consistingof many
things, principally cream and cake.
on the lawn of Maj. W. V. Thomp
son, at Ashwood, for the benefit of
the Zion Church orgau fund. All
their friends and well-wishers are
invited to attend ; admission 25 cents.
Quite a nice evening drive from Co
lumbia, Mt Pleasant and interven
Mrs. Jno. L. Jones entertained last
Tuesday evening complimutary to
her gruests Miss Pearl Vaughau of
Elkmont. and Miss Nellie Tomlin
son of Culleoka. Next to the dainty
refreshments served, a mo6t pleas
ant feature'of the evening was the
"experiences'' told by the Sunday
school pupils present, as to the
various ways in which they earned
their Sunday-school money. Those
present were the honorees ad
Misses Kate Aydelott, Mllie Asli
ton, Emma and Hattie Jones;
Messrs. Jesse and Lafayette Turn-
linson, Harry Thompson, Frank
Yaugh and Roy Stephens ; Mesdames
Gartner, Ruttle, Alcorn, Ashton and
Mrs. Jno. E. Greer, Mrs. A. S
James, Mrs. Robt Pillow, Mrs. E
H. Hatcher and Mrs. Webb Ridley
will entertain the Country Club at
the Arsenal next Friday evening.
blisses Linda ano .Mary rnerson
entertained last Friday evening
complimentary to tneir guest .mis
Woods of Kentucky. Those present
were Misses Pearl Provine, Mary
Gant, Mamie Hodge, Mary Greer,
Iouise Dobbins. Cornelia Jones and
Messrs. J. L. Hutton, Ed. Perry,
Will ChafTin. John Gant, Joa Ilorum,
Harry Frierson. Frank Horum and
We suggest you trytr-
KARLY FLAT Dl'TCH,
RITA RAO A.
You get fresh ged from us.
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
. . - . JWJ. -.
We carry everything our line of
business calls for, whether it be the
most expensive or more modest la
Our stock is bought to accommo
date those in distress, and our prices
are neither for the rich nor the poor,
but to suit the occasion for those
favored of fortune, or for the humble
home where cruel Dath has mada
his always unwelcome visit.
Our business motto is to "Do as w
would be done by," and to :oxsci
extiocsly discharge all sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, telphoua
calls will be promptly attended to.
Utfirr, Cltlxeng' Telephone No. 1JO.
V. HARK, Kenlilenre.
IJell Telephone ::;!.
JOHN A. OAKK", Keairienre,
Citizen' telephone No. 5.
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
Ollice: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Spkcialties: ;Fire, Tornado, Plate)
CilasR, Employers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. Janl5
A smill dwelling-house near the
Cotton Mill, owned by the Cotton
Mill Company and occupied by Mr.
Pusfh and family, ought fire from a
defective flue last Monday morning,
and was badly damaged. The fac
tory hose was brought into use by
the hands, who hld the blazs iu
check until the fire company ar
rived. Part of the contents of the
building were also destroyed. The
loss was covered by insurance.
Garwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
A New Line of .py SAILORS
.Ill Pattern Hats at and lielovr
Miss 11EAT1UCE K Kit WICK,
At the Maury Dry Goods Co.'s
This has been a very unuf ual spell
of weather for July, it being so damp
and cool at night that light wraps
and small fires were comfortable,
while straw hats and linen suits
were sent to the shelf. It is fine ou
com, but dangerous to unthreshed
wheitt, and more sunshine aud
warmer weather would be prefera
We want to buy your wheat at top
prices and furnish sacks.
tf ASHTON BROS
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains
To The Public.
E. W. Gamble Grocery Co., have
closed out their interest in the Co
lumbia Meat Market to D. S. Gordon
& Co., who will continue the busi
ness at the same place. Coupon
Tickets issued by us will be re
deemed by us.
It E. W.GambleGroceryCo.
Confederate Veterans Keunlon.
Mr. Jonh L. Jones has received &
letter from W. P. Atmore, Ge.ieral
Passenger Agent, stating that round
trip tickets from Columbia to Atlan
ta, for the United Confederate Vet
erans Reunion, will be sold at on
cent per mile each way (G.7'i) ou
July 17, IS and 1S, with final liiait,
Julv 31. The rate named will apply
via"Nahville and the N. C. & St. L.
Railroad. The fain conveying the
Confederate Veterans will lpave Co
lumbia at 6:30 a. in., July 19.
Calls for f-cren wire cloth, screen
wire donrs and windows. We sell
thfin. Poi'.KiNSifc Kwinu.
Knocked ilmvn and KuMteil.
Albert Fleming of the Howard
neighborhood, on his way horn
from Columbia one niht this week,
was attacked by highway robber,
badly beaten and robbed of flSf. Hi
was found on the road in an un
conscious condition by -his so
Maury, and his recovery is doubtful.