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THE COLUMBIA ilKUAljU: FItlDAV, AUGUST It!.
cheaper tlinn ever
before in your life?
"The Shoe Store"
hhw Clearance Sale
Is now in full Matt. Come
and you w ill be convinced t hut
we are offering the highest
grades, latfst styles, best flt
tinp: and best wearing Men's.
Boy's, Ladios' and Misses'
Shoes for less money than you
have ever seen before.
I t M E M B EH
we have no shelf worn odds
and ends or out-of-date styles
to bait you on. But every
thing on our shelves is up-to-date.
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, we have
nenrly enough to start into a
- ' new season now :
Cloth and Kid top 3 00 and
:f 50 grade, now $1 98
lakes' Black Oxfords, best $2 00
grade at $1 25
Hisses' Slippers, 72 p:iir, 8' to
11,'"; 75 pair, llJa to 2 85c
Men's Black Shoos a few pairs
of those $4.00 Shoes left for . . $2 00
Man's Tan Shoes, 24 pair, form-
ej price $2 00, now $1 50
Segligee Shirts 50c
Straw Hats..'. half price.
1. 1 mm.
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORN E Y AT LAW
SOLICITOR I.N CHANCERY.
FVnrwjft Attention give) to nllcollec
Sops. tr-OtlUie with .1. H. Fusell
fVnittliorue Block, Columbia, Tenn.
F M Utn
W. 1. Tl'KMRK
. SALMON & TURNER,
jCtbirnryx at Low and
Solicitor in f'hinireri,
WM practice In State mill 1'Vdentl Court's.
peciiil attention given to the collect ion of
tltflnis nun him i ii'ini'tii oi estates.
. -: tHHte: Oi k-i, H'hittli irn.: Block.
We curry the following well-known brands
nuil ,)r I.I.I' .
Mfvce: Rattle'. Old Stum!
July 2! GViViV Telephone Xo. .0.
W. H. 1IAV14 Jt CO
Jmes A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR ix CHANCERY.
. Jffl.i;e:- Front rooms In Masonic Temple,
over Figucrs & McLemore's store.
K. B. I have moved from the Whitthorne
lock J remember to call at my new quar
Hew Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successors to Eugene Pillow.)
Ir-dresenllnu the following companies:
jCtn.it. tJermanla. Trader Northwestern
Mutual. Commercial I'nioii, of
London. Williamsburg t lty.
Mee them before ins.iriiici your property
ITuvfng this day qualified as Executor of
H.C. Foster, deceased, notice Is hereby giv
' tn to all parties having claims against said
state to present them in due time accord
ing to law or they will be barred; and par.
tleslmlebted to the estate are requested to
some forward and settle.
- This August 1, WW.
H. H. Fostk.b. Executor,
august5 4t W'illiamsport, Tenn.
SELLING OCT TO QCII' B11INKSS.
toil u get.
Aug. 2, IMS. i
Fkank H. smith.
Citizens' Telephone So.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
StUr Pointer hqiiuls Hi Hecird.
Columbus, O., Aug. 6 Fully 5,000
people were in attendance at Colum
bus Park this Afternoon, attracted
by the announcement that Star
Pointer would attempt to lower the
track record o.2:it2i', made last year
by Joe Pateheu In his race with
Painter. The track was not as fast
sisit ordinarily is under favorable
s conditions, and team were working
it between hears all day. It was
hardily expected that Poiuter would
lower the track record, but from the
time begot away it was eviden he
would make a very fast mile, and
whew it was announced he had
, equaled his record of l:59'.j' made
last reason at Glenn Falls, the crowd
went wild with enthusiasm.
J.W. Bassham.of theTheta neigh
borhood, sold otH.) head of sheep to
Mr. Waldron, of Williamson county,
last Saturday. (. II. Fitzgerald, of
the same phe?, also sold forty head
of hogs to M. K. Alien.
J.. M. (lrin.es shipped a load of
heer to Louisvill this week.
J. W. Howard & Co., shipped a
' kad of sugar mul 8 to New Orleans.
Poland China Pigs.
Thoroughbrtd ; prices low.
B. A. S.TTRRKIE'.1.
The Lust Sntiiro'iiy in September is the
A Kinging Itesolutlon to Prevent the Cue
of Money, Whiskey, or Other
Corrupting lull tiences.
The Congressional Democratic
Executive Committee for this the
7th Congressional district, met at
the Bethell House in Columbia last
Wednesday, and was called to order
by the temporary chairman, Mr. T.
H. Meredith of Lawrence county,
who stated the object of the meet
ing to be for the purpose of etlecting
a permanent organization, and to
decide the mode and manner of
nominating a Democratic candidate
The roll was called and the coun
ties were represented as follows:
Giles county, F. O. Buford; Lewis
county, G. T. Hughes, proxy; Hick
man county, S. G. Caruthers; Wayne
county, T. J. Whitby; Lawrence
county, T. H. Meredith, Williamson
county, J udge J. C. Kggleston ; Dick
son county, W. B. Leech; Maury
county, Maj. J. T. Williamson.
On motion and without opposition,
Mr. "Meredith of Lawrence county,
was elected permanent chairman,
ana Mr. Leech of Dickson county,
Mr. Bufoid of Giles moved that a
delegated convention be held, for
the purp ise of nominating a candi
date for Congress, and t lie motion
was seconded by Maj. Williamson
of Maury ; but upon being put to the
onnmttee the motion was lost oy a
vote of 4 to 3, Maury, Giles and
Lewis voting in the negative, and
Lawrence not voting.
It was then moved by Mr. Leech of
Dickson and seconded by Judge
Eggleston of Williamson, that a
direct primary be held, and this mo
tion prevaiieu wLnout division.
The following resolutions and rules
governing the holding of the pri
mary, were then read and adopted,
section by section; the resolution
relating to bribery and corruption
being ottered by Mr. Leech and sec
onded by Judge Eggleston, and re
cieving the unanimous vote of the
Whkreas, It is the wish and desire
of the Congressional Committee of this
the 7th congressional district, to nave
the free and untrammeled expression
of the Democracy in the selection of the
nominee to represent them In the Con
gress of the United States, and to this
end and that every Democrat in the
district may participate in the selection
ana nave ins preference consiaerea,
therefore, he it
Bexolved, t. That a direct primary
election be heidi&'escji civ'l district tn
the column oonipi;utf in nu U"u
gressional d'strict, voting directly for
2nd. That the election lie held by the
district Committeeman with the as
sistance of two good Dt'inix'rats to be
named by himself, on 1 1 - nt Saturday
in September 1S!W. lit een the hours of
10 a m and 5 p in Thxt a regular poll
list and tally sheet be kept and the
names of each and every voter be placed
thereon, and a copy of the same be sent
to the Congressional committeeman of
their respective counties, and said com
mitteeman of the several counties, with
this correct list of each civil district.
shall meet on Tuesday the Hh day of
October 1898, at Columbia, count the
vote and declare the candidate receiv
ing the highest number of votes the
nominee of the party.
Jienolved further, That in holding
said election, the various district com
mitteemen if practicable, shall hold the
election, but if not he shall designate
some good responsible Democrat to act
for him, and the party holding the elec
tion shall call to his assistance two
good Democrats to act as clerks and
judges; and in case of his failure to so
designate, the democrats present at the
polls shall select from their number
three suitable Democrats to hold said
Iienolved further, That the qualifica
tions for voting iti said primary election
shall be that the person offering to vote
will be qualified to vote in the Novem
ber election; that he is a Democrat, that
he will support the nominee of this
Erimary election, and that he cast his
allot for Bryan or Palmer for Presi
dent in November 18ii, or would have
voted for one of them had he voted. All
persons who will become 21 years of age
ov the November election shall be
qualified to vote in said primary if
Be it further provided, That in this
election no registration certificate or
poll tax receipt shall be required to
qualify a voter. The election shall be by
ballot; the vote of no person to be
counted unless he is present at the polls
and voting in person. The ballots
shall be immediately counted when the
polls are closed, and the result certified
by persons holding the election, as in
Under these regulations the parties
holding the election shall be the Judges
of the eligibility ot persons ottering
Iienolved further. That if any candi
date uses or by friend causes whiskey
or other corrupting influences to be
used for the purpose of influencing
votes, or by the use of money procures
votes, the Committee when their at
tention is called to the fact shall haye
the power to investigate the charges by
bringing witnesses before them; and
upon investigation if the charges are
proven, the committee shall declare the
candidate using such means, not the
nominee: and shall give the nomina
tion to the candidate receiving the next
highest vote, who is tree from sucn
charges. T. II. Mkredith,
W. H. Lkkch, Chairman
To My Patrons.
On and after (September first, mv
motto will be "Collect on Delivery.'
The driver will be Instructed to ad
Explanation: My bills are all
small, and the trouble and expense
of collecting seriously interferes
with my profits. In all kindness I
ask you to have the amount ready
when the work is delivered. I hope
my methods will meet with your
approval. 3ly driver will call for
and deliver work to any part of the
city. Thanking my friends for pist
ravors, 1 solicit lurtner patronage
Mrs H. L. Whkeler,
Columbia Steam Laundry.
Hoosler Wheat Drills.
New Press Drill with Disc openers
Meei irame uisc iriu mounted on
high wheels. Steel frame Drill
mounted on high wheola with runner
openers. Drills to suit your farm
Single Disc will not choke up, and
are lighter draft than doable. . Sea
tf S.TTERFIELi & DODSON.
Diet, etc., are all very well in
their way, but most people
SYRUP OF RED CLOYER
to purify their blood and get
the system in a thorough run
ning order. No one need have
a bad complexion, dull eyes
and yellow teeth. Our
Syrup of Red Clover
cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Scrofula and all blood troubles.
$i.oo per bottle; 6 for $5.00.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
ME KIT RECOGNIZED.
Tribute to Judge Molding From the
The Chattanooga News has the
following to say of the Judicial elec
tion in this circuit:
"The election r.f Hon. Sam Hold
ing as judge of the Ninth judicial
district of Tennessee is a gratifying
recognition of pure merit. Mr.
Holding has barelv passed 30 years,
the age ot eligibility, and had no
adventitious aids to his candidacy.
"He had no political pulls and no
barrel to assist him. in securing
the nomination he was compelled to
fight all the boodlers and gangsters
of his district. The lawless ele
ments knew they would receive no
concessions at his hands when he
should ascend the bench. The same
Heliums, without p-urd m Unit
preteiiuea patty atillutiuus, fought
him bitterly at the election last
"o candidate ever had to fight a
more motley crew. The opposing
candidate ran as an independent.
Though a professed prohibitionist,
he was supported by the worst class
of saloon men and their henchmen
almost to a man. To these were
joined the republicans, the populists
and all those who had reason to fear
such a man as Mr. Holding on the
"In spite of all this, Mr. Holding
was elected by a small majority and
he has cause to be especially proud
of the result He will now have an
opportunity to show his real worth,
and we predicc for him a most bril
liant puoiic career. A man of spot
less integrity, of the most unflinch
ing courage a lawyer or Hue learn
ing and of judicial temperament,
and a gentleman in the truest sense
of the word, bis judicial district,
and, indeed, the whole state, have
cause of congratulation upon his
Great Promise for the Future.
Judge Sam Holding, the Demo
cratic nominee for Circuit Judge in
the Ninth Circuit, had a hard tussle
for his place, but won by a safe ma-
ority. He was opposed by an "in
dependent," who was supported by
the combined opposition to the
Democracy, and who, according to
the Chattanooga News, though a
professed Prohibitionist, had the
support of the whisky men. That
Judge Holding was elected against
such a combination as this seems to
indicate that he is a politician of
parts. The Judge is only 30 years
old, and gives great promise for the
future. Nashville American.
Sam B. Nichols,
of Carter's Creek, has telephone 0 m-
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
The following gentlemen were
here Wednesday in attendance up
on the meeting of the Congressional
Executive Committee: Judge W
L Grigsby, Dickson; Judge J. C.
Eggleston and Congressman N. N.
Cox, Franklin; Messrs. Z. W Effing,
J. F.lontague, W. B. Smithson, N
H. White and Maj. Stacey, of Pu
laski; D. R. Wade. Wales; J. W.
Pedetr, Campbellsville; D. L
Bridges, Pulaski; W. B. Leech,
Charlotte; T. H. Meredith, Law-
rence.burg; T. J. Whitley, Waynes
boro; F. G. Buford, Buford; C. M
will sow to perfection, wheat, corn,
oats, beans and any thing else that
any other drill win sow. if vou
want an up-to-date Drill buy
tf Satterkield & Dodson.
Republican Mass Meeting.
Mr. H. F. Fariss, Chairman of the
Republican county organization, has
called a mass-meeting of Republi
can in the county to meet at the
court-house to-morrow at 12 o'clock,
for the purpose of selecting dele
gates to the gubernatorial conven
tion, which meets in Nashville
Aug. 17, and the congressional con
vention, which meets in this city
If you want a large yield buy the
Hoosler Press Drill with Disc
openers. Newest thing out; come and
see it. Satterkield A Dodson.
OVER THE COUNTY
Mr. Austin Harlan Is in Kentucky
Mr. and Mrs. Charles and chil
dren are visiting in the county.
Remember that W.J. E.mbrv &
Co. always have money to loan on
real estate mortgages. aug5 2t
Mr. Barnes, of Nashville, is visit
ing friends in the Williamsport and
Mt. Pleasant neighborhoods.
Wanted, 1000 bushels of peach
seed, for which we will pay the high
est market price. Grant Bros.
Mr. A B. McWilliams, of Fayette
ville, has been elected principal of
the Culleoka public school.
Parties who either want to buy or
sell farms, woul i do well to call and
see W. J. E.MHRY & Co. aug5 2t
Walter Brooks, of Mt. Pleasant,
who was painfully hurt by being
kicked by a horse several weeks ao,
is now able to walk about witli the
aid of a cane.
Total expenses for one year in the
Dickson Normal Collegeonly $100.00.
We guarantee this price. 2t
Wade & Logoins,
The rain "let up" long enough
during the past week for a few be
lated farmers to thresh their wheat.
Grain yet in the shock is almost
The Dickson Normal College for
both sexes Is the largest and cheap
est private school in the South. For
Wade & Loggins,
2t Dickson, Tenn.
The many friends of Mi9 Nannie
Hickey, of Cross Bridges, will be
glad to hear that she has sufficient
ly recovered from her illness to
walk around a little.
Good board at the Dickson Normal
College at same table with the prin
cipals and other teachers, only 7 00
per month. Tuition at like rates.
Go to Dickson fur the be6t and cheap
est educational advantages. 2t
Mr. J. A. Bratcher this week sold
to Mr. M. E. Wheeler, of Vermont,
three tracts of phosphate land and
part interest in another tract in the
Mt. Pleasant neighborhoodf ' for
Are you going to school? If so, be
fore you decide where you will go,
send for handsome 48 page catalogue
of the Dickson Normal College.
Address, Wade & Loggins,
2t Dickson, Tenn.
Some one attempted to raid O-car
Johnson's melon patch, near God
win, lust Monday night, and splotch
es of blood found on the fence and
ground tlm next iniruin lur pvi
ueuce tnat Johnson took feood aim
in scaring them away.
If you have been unable to secure
a good position, attend the Dickson
Normal a few terms and take advan
tage of the superb training given in
that school. It will be an easy mat
ter to secure a position then, and one
that will pay, too. Write for hand
some catalogue to
Wade & Loggins,
2t Dickson, Tenn.
Mr. Walter Scott, of the Bigby
viMe neighborhood, who fell from a
tree last week and broke his spinal
column, is still in a serious condi
tion, and little hope is entertained
for his recovery.
PROGRESSIYE INSURANCE CO.
It is a matter of public interest,
that insurance companies are be
coming more and more progressive.
We have just seen one of the new
contracts issued by the Fidelity &
Casuallty Company or iNew lork,
represented In this city by Mr. O. P.
Kutledge, which for liberality and
cheapness, surpasses anything our
attention has yet been called to.
It is an Accident Policy, insuring
the holder against injury to his per
son, by ordinary accidents, and in
case an accident Is received by the
holder of one of these policies while
a passenger in or on a public convey
ance, propelled by steam, electricity
or cable, the benefits are double
those of the ordinary type of acci
dents. The limit of indemnity in
such cases is 100 weeks, and the
amount of indemnity paid is $5.00 a
wees tor each 81000 of Insurance, for
ordinary accidents, and $10,00 a
week, for each $1000 of Insurance, if
the polloy holder is hurt while a
passenger on the public convey
ances above indicated. A person
holding a $10,000, policy fn this com
pany, will receive forordinary acci
dents, $25,00 a week, and for travel
accidents, $50.00 a week, during the
nrlod of their disability, limited to
100 weeks duration. Think of it;
$50,00 a week for nearly two years,
for an accident I
But this is not all of the good
things offered by this policy. There
is Health Insurance, provided in
the policy. That is, if the policy
holder falls ill of typhus, typhoid or
scarlet fever, smallpox, varioloid,
diphtheria, measles, asiatic cholera,
erysipelas, appendicitis, diabetes,
peritonitis, bronchitis, pleurisy, or
pneumonia, the company will pay
him $25,00 a week during the period
of disability, limited to 2d weeks.
In addition to accidents, and loss
of time by reason of sickness, from
any of the above mentioned diseas
es, the company will pay for the ir
recoverable loss of sight of both eyes
by disease, $2,500, and for the per
manent paralysis of the body,or of
both hatnla, both feet, or of one hand
and one foot, the company will pay
U2.500. The annual . cost pf these
policies Is an important feature. The
premiums are exceedingly small,
being. Tor risks classed as "A spe
cial, $35,00 a year, and for risks class
ed as preferred, $40,00 a year. This
is tor a $10,000 policy. For $5,000, the
annual premium will be just half
the above figures. The Company is
the strongest and most liberal in
the United States, having assets to
the amount of $3,135,100,72, with a
net surplus of $588,843,07.
We are informed by Mr. Rutledge
that the company has paid out dur
ing the past four years, several thou
sand dollars through his agency, and
not a single case has been contested.
Such a record for fair dealing, when
backed up by indisputable financial
strength, should commend their
contracts to the .public onfldeuce.
Children's Fancv Parasols, 50c, 75c
lo $1 00.
Ladis1 White Silk Parasols, 9l)c to
Ladies' Fancy Silk Parasols, sfl 25 to
Lndies' Changable Silk Sun U.-nbrel-
las. $1 !H) to $2 50.
Indies' Plain Silk Sun Umbrellas,
all col'-rs, $1 25 to $1 75.
Ladies' Fast Black Sun Umbrellas,
40c, 45c and 50c.
Ladies' Fust Black Sun Umbrellas,
Steel Rods, 50c to 75c.
Ladies' Fast BlMfc Sun Umbrellas,
Butter GradM, Mteel Rods, 95c to
flTWe show the besi bargains in
Mosquito Netting, 35c bolt, 8 yards.
Mosqnito Bars, square shape, 99c,
11.15, $1 25 audi tl.4Dc.
Woven Hammocks, 99c to $2. 25 each.
Hammock spreaders, 5c each.
Hammock Hooks, 5c each.
Ladies' Leather Belts. 10c, 15c, 20c
Boys' and Men'i Crash Hats, 20c,
25c, 35c and 45c.
Full Line School Books.
All kinds of school supplies.
White school crayons, Sc box.
7-ft. Plain Window Shades, linen, 25c
Mt. Fringed Window Shades, lin
Laundry soap, 2j cake.
Globe Matches, Sc dozen.
Oil Stoves 44c, 75c, 95c to $1.50 each.
Ice Cream Freezers, 2 qt. $1.25; 3 qt.
$! 48; 4 qt. $1 75.
Jellie Glasses, 2:ic dozen.
Jar Rubbers, 4c dozen, 3 dozen for 10r
Cedar water cans and buckets, cheap.
Chair Bottoms, 5c.
Fiv Prnp-i, Kc an 4 10i e-ich.
Tanglefoot Sticky Fly Paper, 3 sheets
Four-ball Croquet Sets, (!!)c.
Tennessee Gold Seekers Perlxli In a
Disnatches from Seattle, Wash.,
state that on July 28 the river steam
er Jessie floundered in the Kusho
tawin River, Alaska, during a severe
storm, and that all on board per
ished. 0.i board the boat were the
following Tennesseans: Robt. P.
Frierson, of Chattanooga; C. H.
Mitchell and H. Clifford Hare, of
Gallatin. Mr. Frierson was the son
of Mr. R. P. Frierson, of Shelbyvllle,
but for the past three years has re
sided in Chattanooga, and was one
of the most prominent lawyers of
the State." He was connected with
the Frierson family of this county.
Friends of the unfortunate pros
pectors still hope that they escaped.
A FIENDISH DEED.
Ghoulish Kansas Soldiers Vlg a Con
federate Officer's Body.
Last Saturday several members of
the 22nd Kansas Volunteers, which
is stationed at Manassas, came
across the grave of M tj. J. T. Duke,
of Alabama, C. S. A., who fell at the
battle of Bull Run, and, according
to the story published in the papers,
dug his body up und began to pull
out the gold filled teeth of the
corpse, to break the skull into pieces
for relics and to tear off the should
er straps. Much indignation is felt
over the affair, and the soldiers who
committed the outrage will be ar
rested and .. court-martialed. -The
remains of the Confederate soldier
were reinterred by order of Gen.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas, issued to me from the Honorable
Circuit Court of Maury County, Tenn.,
on the Mth day of August, ISilS, in the
case of Wooten Moore, vs. Porter
Mayes, I will, on
Saturday, September 3, lHftS,
at the court-house door, in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, subject to the equity of redemp
tion, the following described . real es
tate; to-wlt: The one-third undivided
interest of defendant in the following
described property: One house and lot
in the town of Columbia, Tenn., in the
Second Ward, bounded on the south by
Smith Bros , on the west by alley, north
by Voorhies, east by Sims, containing
70 feet front aud 240 feet deep. Said
property was levied on and will be sold
as the property of the defendant. Porter
Mayes, to satisfy the n fa and cost.
This August 11, lssrs.
augl2 4t LOVE WEBB, Sheriff.
The Branham & Hughes School,
A High Grade Training 8chool For Roys.
Full courses In Classic. Modern Languages, Mathematics and English.
Thorough preparation for best colleges,
Health conditions unexcelled. NO SALOONS. Home Influences.
FaM Term Begin
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
Office: Room 17, Masonic Building.
Specialties: Tire, Tornado, Plato
Olass, Employers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. 1 mi 1 5
By virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas, issued to me from tha Ilonoralilo
Circuit Court of Maury Conntv, Tenn.,
on the 11th day of August. IS! is, in the
case of Chica'uo Building and Manu
facturing Company, vs. W . W. Kannon,
I will, on
Saturday, September it, 1S9H,
at the court-house door, in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the hinhest and best bidder, for
cash, subject to the equity of redemp
tion, the 'following described tract of
land situated in tiie Fifth District of
Maury County, Tennessee, and bounded
hh follows: Beginning at the N. W.
iorner of the dower, running thenre
51 degrees V. 4.1 poles and 5 links;
thence N. 8ii degrees E. 40 poles anils
links; thence S. 5 degrees east 31 poles
and 2:1 links: thence N. 87 degrees E.
85 poles and 11 links; thence N. o de
crees W. 77 poles and 7 links; thence X.
io degrees east 2(i poles; thence X. So'
W. 4u poles and 15 liuks; thence N. s;
degrees E. 131 poles and 22 links to the
beginning, c.ntaining 50 acres, more or
less Said property was levied on and
will be sold as the property of the de
fendant, W, W. Kannon, to satisfy the
li fa and cost. This An mist 11, IS! IS.
aug!2 4t LOVE WEBB, Sheriff.
MT. PLEASANT, TENN
For Both Sexes.
Fall Term Begins Aiipst 30.
English, Classical, Scientific
and Business Courses, with
for young men and boys.
Preparatory Department for
Special courses in Musi'1, Elocution,
Physical Culture, Law, Short-hand and
Kxpeiinfs tor Itoaid and Tuition, Wl.'tS
to 173 er year.
Write for catalogue.
Major 0. C. HULVEY, President.
Columbia :-: Athenseum,
Boarding and Duy School for Girls,
Instruction in Primary, HIrd School and
full College work, with special advantages
In Music, Art, Elocution, ethort-hand and
FB,, rS?tfc. September 5, 1898.
For catalogues or further Information
ROBERT D. SMITH,
FOUNDED IN 1830.
Mrs. F. A. SIMP, Lady Principal.
-Opens September 14, 1898.
The Institute is the oldest school
for girls in tb Bouth, and has the
best facilities for the thorough edu
cation of its pupils. The faculty is
carefully selected, and includes
raduates from Bryn Mawr, Cornell,
Vanderbilt and the Oberlin Conser
vatory of Music. The attempt is
made to give a practical education,
but at the same time much attention
is given to the arts and sciences.
Write for catalogues and circulars
Mrs. F. A. SHOUP,
June24 4m COLUMBIA, TENN.
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Bostick & Dinning.
"One of our very best schools. " as Chan
cellor Klrkland, of the Vanderbilt Univer
sity puts It.
Pupil Knter Vmiilerbllt on Certificate.
Ilealthfulness unsurpassed. Pupils
board in private families.
Next Session Opens August 30.
Board and Tuition
one year, J) I ZA.
ML Pleasant, Maury County, Tenn.
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entrance into v anderbill University on cer-
An?nt 24th, 1809.
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