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TTTE COLUMBIA IIET?ALT: ntmiV. AUGLST 1!. 1!8-
A General Upsetting
Prices and Values
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
No idea of profits ever enter
our thoughts now, when it
comes to Clearing Out Bum
mer Goods. We are just get
ting rid of them anyhow
almost giving them away.
In a fw more days we'll be
talking Fall Goods; yet Sep
tember is a hot month and
tb.6 children must be shaped
up for school opening and
Ginghams, Muslins, etc., etc ,
are especially suitable.
are popular prices, (of course
the fabric must be worth
double the price asked.)
Then all of our Shirt Waists
are going for a song.
All of our Children's Oxfords
and Slippers in Vici Kid,
Patent Leather or Chocolate,
b to 8, reduced to (50 cents.
Same line, 8 to 11, reduced
to 75 cents.
Ladies1 Oxfords and Sandals,
mostly Chocolate and Brown,
but a good many black, re
duced to 89 cents.
Mrs. Thos. Friel is on a visit to
Miss Emma Jones leaves for Cul
Walter Adkisson has returned
Miss Frances Sinclair is with Miss
Miss Amma Harlan is back from
Miss Irene KiDDax is visiting
friends in Pulaski.
Miss Florence Halev has returned
Mrs. Johns Long returned Monday
i . ii ti i
irom nauey opnugs.
Briggs McLomore returned Friday
from Bailey Springs.
Miss Jean Dobbins is back from s
visit to Summertown.
Mrs. Hugh Granbery i3 visiting
relatives in Louisiana.
Mr. W. A. Dale was in Nashville
this week on business.
Mr. Julius Lowenstein. of Nash
ville, was here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews, Jr.,
are back from Primm's.
Mrs. Frank Everett and little son
are at Fernvale Springs.
Miss Bertha Hirsch has returned
from a visit to Nashville.
Mr. John W. Frierson, Jr., has re
turned from Summertown.
Mrs. Ida Scott, of Lynnville, is
visiting Mrs. J no. W. Fry.
Mrs. John A. Oakes and children
are on a visit to Monteagle.
Nat Wilkes left yesterday for
Bellbuckle to attend school.
Mr. J. Rosenthal is in Cincinnati
buying his stock of fall goods.
Miss Alice Orr. of Nashville, is
the guest of Miss Mary Black.
Mrs. Emma McKInney returned
last week from Bailey Springs.
Mrs. Octa Cherry Is visiting her
parents at Franklin this week.
Mrs. T. O. Petri and children are
on a visit to Nashville relatives.
Miss Emma Pickens has returned
from a visit to friends near Gallatin.
Mr. A. Merrifleld and children
are visiting relatives in California
Hrrr F.ddv is visiting his broth'
er. Mr. C. B. itiaay, in rioreuue,
U Wt ftundav
in. i if inn' c- -"-" " - - v
for a visit to his old home In Athens,
Miss Annie Belle Bradshaw, of
Union City, is visiting friends in the
Mrs. R. E. Nichols and children
have returned from a visit to Dark's
Misses Camille Herndon and Susie
Clopton have returned from Beaver
Miss Augusta Wert, of Chatta
nooga, is the guest of Mrs. W. J.
Harry Frierson has returned from
Primrn'tt Snriiio-s after a stay of two
Mr. James Andrews and Miss
Laura have returned from Primm's
tfiiouo Rnronnpv and Smith, of
Nashville, are guests of Miss Willie
Miss Carrie Peters has returned
frntYl A. V isit to friends at Cross
Miss Maggie Green is at home,
after several weeks spent in the
Messrs. Spencer McFall and 1 hen.
Stephenson have returned from
Mr. Roht. Ewing, of Birmingham.
Ala., is visiting the family of Mr. F .
TVTJaaoa Annie and Irene Walker
have returned from a visit to Sum
Mis Mary Brandon, of Lewisburg,
was the guest of Miss Lizzie Shields
nr. C. P. Snell has returned home
after a visit in East Tennessee and
Afro. T,. T. Woldrldge. of Franklin,
is the goes', of Mr. W. P. Woldridge
Miss Emmie Harlan and Peeler
Harlan have returned from a visit
Mrs. Mora B. Farlss and daugh
ters are visiting in the Hampshire
i Moore is in
Huntsville, in the interest of Clark s
Messrs. J. P. Street and W. S.
Fleming left yesterday for East
Mr. Sam Ashton has returned to
Primm's Springs, where he will re
main two weeks.
fr Tfnv T,flft.wir,h. of Port Vin
cent,' La., is visiting Mr. J. L. Dalm
wood and family.
Mwa Bessie Daimwood has return
ed from a two weeks visit to rela
tives in Nashville.
Misses Euna and Bessie Clopton,
Uncles and Surries. of Helena, Ant., are guests oi iu..
We nave the largest assortment on a ami
! . nrner.nT rh-toS. in day for Perd.do Bay, Fla., where he
" "rn ' - - ' .
Purple Top Globe.
At wholesale and retail. In
bulk or packages.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
to the ladies' is a Remnant
Sale, and next Monday will
be our last effort in this di
rection for awhile, and we
are going to give a feast of
good things at half price for
this winding up sale.
Main Bry Goods ail Shoe Co.
PRIVATE PERCY WHITTAKER.
Momlmr of Coiiumny It. re Away tit I
Private Percy Whittaker, of Com
pany B., First Tennessee Regiment,
died of meningitis at Camp Merritt,
San Francisco, Cal., last Friday.
The voung man was from this place,
and was a son oi juts. mos. vvnii
taker. who lives in South Columbia.
Mrs. Whittaker has been an invilid
for many years, and when the news
of her soldier boy's death reached
her she became almost prostrated
from grief. Private Whittaker was
only IS years of age, and was a young
man who neiu me respect m eve..y
one. The grief-stricken mother and
other relatives have the deepest
sympathy of everyone in their be
reavement. The remains were in
terred with military honors at San
DROWNED IX DUCK RIVER.
Claud Kilvarl. a Yoiiiik Man, Mml Hl
Ifh1Ii Whll Hatlilii.
Claud Kdwards, a boy about 1(5 years
of age, was drowned In Duck uiver near
Morgan's Mill last Saturday afternoon.
The young "'n. accompanied by a
friend by (he name of Beeves, had gone
to the river, which was somewhat swol
len at that time, to go In bathing. J'-n-iiiinimii
into the water tirst, and
a few seconds afterwards, his compan
ion, who had his back turned towards
him at tirst, noticed him struggling in
the water, trying to keep himself from
sinking, lie went unaer iui inn im
time, however, before aid could reach
him. It is supposed that he was seized
with cramps, rendering him powerless
... ...,ti...l I.iahnfltr h'rimirls and neigh-
LLI V I P 1 1 11 Ml !-' - i
bors began immediately to search lor
the bodv, but it was not uu'il Monday
morning that it was found bv Wm. O.
Cherry about a half-mile below the
point wnere ine arowniuK uiv
Edwards was an orphan boy, and
was highly respected by everyone. HU
most untimely death was a sad shock
to his relatives and friends.
Provine left yesterday for Winches
ter, Tenn., to take a vacation.
Mr. Wm. Bishop has returned
from a business trip in Illinois in the
nterest of the rump factory.
Miss Kate Shields is in Lynnville
Miss Elsie Shields is visiting Mrs.
A. O. McKennon at Howell's.
Mrs. H. G. Evans and children
and Miss Annie Fleming returned
last week from Summertown.
Mrs. W. J. Oakes and Mrs. Woot-
en Moore nave returneu nuiu
pleasant visit to Campbellsville.
Mr. and Mrs. John ti. uartner ana
Masters Nolan Gartner and Willie
Wood have returned Trotn Frnnm s.
Miss Bradshaw, of Rochester, N.
Y., has returned home after a visit
to her brother, Mr. C. W. Bradshaw.
Mrs. Fannie Abrams has returned
to Nashville after a visit of several
weeks to her sister, Mrs. C. Hirsch.
Mr. Frank Swansburg. Dr. W. C.
Sheppard and Le Vaughn are
spending a week at Primm's Spring.
Misses Katie Fulcher and Katie
.nH rtuiav Hfhnfer. of South Nash-
ville, are guests of Mrs. E. D. Wil
son. Miss Tessie Blum, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. Samuels.
returned to ner nome m iu"
Mrs. R. Holding and Mrs. Lizzie
Frierson have returned from At
lanta, where they had been for sev
Mrs. J as. H. White and little
son Harrison have returned from
Primm's Springs, where they spent
Ulcni.c Unrirarot TVinn. of LaW-
renceburg.and Mildred Patterson, of
Snvannah. are guests of Miss Cor
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard and
Master Gerald, who have been in
Cranberry, N. C, reached here
Mr. Leon Gross, or Ft. worth.
Texas, spent several davs last week
with his narents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. J. K. Farrell and Miss Evelyn
Farrell have returned from Duplex,
where they were guests of Mr. John
Lee and family.
Misses Carrie Barker. Minnie Lou
Davis and Annie May Cook return
ed this week from a pleasant trip to
Mrs. A. B. Rains and daughter,
Miss Mary, returned Saturday from
Waukesha, Wis., where they have
been for the past month.
Tom Kellv, Dake Biddle, Emmet
Dugger, Clark Jones and Willison
Frierson returned last Friday from a
camping trip to Primm's.
Mr. Eugene Cooper, who formeriv
lived at this place, but now resides
at Georgetown, Texas, is here on a
visit to relatives and friends.
t Vrnaat Fnrrpll has returned
AH 1 i 111 1 1 . i - u . ' . - -
from Bolton, Miss., accompanied by
his sister, Miss Florence, who had
been visiting friends there.
Mrs. W. H. Williams and daugh
ters, Misses Nobbie ana ltutn. oi
Anniston, Ala., ar guests of Mrs.
Williams' sister, Mrs. A. J. Nichols.
Mrs. M. E. Williamson loft Tues
day evening to spend a week with
relatives on Lake Erie, and from
there she will go East to buy her fall
stock of millinery.
Pall and see
SATTKBFIELD & Dopson.
will spend ten days
Miss Maggie Green haa returned
i, offor a aiv wfink"s visit to rela-
lll'um fin i .-v..-
Rack From Reaver Dam. tive8 jn the country.
people returned Monday niRht after of her COU9jni ms Hattie McLe
adeliirhtfultripoftendays to Bea- morPa atSnrinar Hill.
ver iJam npriugs. iuis uikiuh
Capenter, Connor Akin: Miss Min
nie Towler. Wallace Wilkes; Miss
Virginia Webster, Eugene Long;
Miss Leigh Whitthorne, Will Web
mijj M'iriih Dement. Allison
Webster; Miss Ethel hendley, Sam
Harlan; Mis Sadie Sheegog, Bruce
Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mor
gan acted as chaperones. The trip
was one of greatest enjoyment to
everyone, and nothing occurred to
mar in the slightest degree the hap
piness of the occasion.
Buy a Hoosier Disc Drill and
double the yield; no drill sold here
,i,o H.aaaiir-li m-rf ect work . Every-
hiio inniri that the Hoosier is the
)..wiar r,miA and see the new im-
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provements. Sold by
tf SATTKKK1EI.D & Doi'S".V
Mi. nnil Mra. Ed Turner have re
turned from a visit to Mr. Turner's
parents at Athens, Ala.
Oatman Fleming has returned
from a three weeKs' visit to rela
tives at Mackintosh, Ga.
i ran v Knnim snent last week at
Summertown and left Sunday for a
business trip to St. Louis.
Mrs. Chas. A. Parker and children
left Wednesday for a visit to rela
tives in Jiirmingnam, Aia.
fica Vattin Jenninirs. of Mt.
Pleasant, was the guest of Miss
Laura Fariss the past week.
Messrs. C B. Easley and Thos.
Cunningham have returned from a
visit to friends near Gallatin.
Mrs. W. A. Provine and litt,le son
have gone to Princeton, Ind to
viait M ra. Provme's relatives,and Mr.
A New Line. p Now SAILORS
All Tattern Hats at and below
Miss BEATRICE KERW1CK.
At the Maury Dry Goods Co.'s
Tom Willis, who Las been acting
as night engineer on the switch
fullv scalded! last
Tuesday uiif ht.by a lubricator on the
I . . -I . K ... I ii . hit
engine Dursung ituu imuwrng
oil on his face and breast. The
burns are quite painful but not seri
ous, anu nis irieuas nope ior mm
Summer is on the wane.
The ovster will soon have
A new water main is being laid on
High street south of 12th.
Tim M Usua 7nllnpr. of Thompson
Station, were here this week.
Cabinet photos. 1.00 nerdoz., war
ranted not to fade. Voung & Evans.
Miss Lettie Hiirley, who has been
quite ill with fever, is now conva
A new brick pavement Is being
biid in the north-western corner of
Store-house for rent. Desirable
locality. Apply to this office.
Officer Craft is around this week
looking after the sanitary condition
of ti e city.
Miss Eva James, we are glad to
report, is recovt ring rapidly from
MortTavlor. who was hurt recent
ly on the railroad, is able to be out
Mr. R. H. Guest and family have
moved to Mrs. Annie Phillips' resi
dence on bth street.
If you want a feed cutter or a pow
pp tn mn nun. nee Bob Craiir at the
CRAIO OA URIAH E AND MACHINE Co.
Messrs. T. E. Lipscomb and Frank
Btmtiutt are making out the state
and county tax books for 1898.
Dr. A. O. Kennedy has returned
from Giles County, where he went
to see his wife, who was taken sick
while on a visit there.
Frank G. Smith sprained his ankle
on day last week while at Beaver
Dam SDrinyrs. He is now able to
get around on crutches.
People who want to buy or sell
farms should see
aug 19-U VV. J. Embry & Co.
Miss Lelia Hughes, of Louisville,
Ky., who is the guest of her uncle,
Mr. Virgil Hughes, is ill with ty
Hon. Z. W. Ewing. of Pulaski, has
been in Maury County this week
looking after his interests in the
Miss Brownie Howlett, of Nash
ville, is quite ill with typhoid fever
at the home of her brother, Dr. K. S.
Howlett, at Bigbyville.
Doss killed twenty-five head of
sheep belonging to Messrs. Burnett
& Grimes, on the Ogilvie farm south
of town, one night this week.
Messrs. Salmon and Turner have
moved their law-office from the
Whitthorne block to rooms over the
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank.
We know what it takes to make a
good buggy, and we have got it for
you. Come and see it for yourself
Ckaig Carriage anu Machine Co
Mfissrs. Charlev Fariss and Bruce
Leneave have gone to Montgomery.
Ala., where they have accepted a
positiou with a telephone company.
Private Hazel Glenn, of Company
B., First Tennessee Regiment, ar
rived home last Saturday, having
been given a furlough on account of
Mr. Will Barker ha9 moved to the
house on corner of 4th and Garden
streets, formerly occupied by Mr.
Derrvberrv and family, who have
moved to Lewisburg.
Next Thursday night, at 7 :.'50
o'clock, August 25, Columbia Lodge,
No. 31, of Free and Accepted Ma
sons, will 'ave a stated meeting for
business and work.
Rev. W. J. Willis, of Nashville,
who has been holding a meeting at
West Point, stopped over to see
friends in Columbia Monday while
en route to Prospect, Giles county,
to hold a meeting.
Miss Baird's School will open Sept.
5, in the Whitthorne house, corner
of 7th and High streets. For further
particulars apply o or address,
aug5 5t Columbia, Tenn.
We are glad to rep rt that Mr. Sol
Maxwell, who has been ill for the
past week, is improving. His many
friends hope soon to see him back at
his post at the Maury Dry Goods
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Allen have
been dangerously ill for some days
past. Yesterday, however, Mrs.
Allen whs somewhat improved, but
no change was noted in the con
dition of Mr. Allen.
I The 161st Indiana Regiment passed
throutrh Columbia last Friday, en
route to Jacksonville. Fla., from
whnnrfl t.hev will iro to Cuba to re
lieve the troops there. They will go
with Gen. Fitzhugh Lee
Rev. W. A. Provine and family
hvA moved to the Lander residence
on East Sixth street. Mr. mm
Hno-hpa lift a ranted the bouse Vacat
ed by Mr. Provine, on Fighth street,
and will move there the last of the
The Herald has a large lot of old
newsriHnprs on band, which will be
sold cheap. These papers will be of
nine h value dur nc the winter, and
Is Now in
We suggest you tryt
KA1U.Y FIAT DI TCH,
ki:i or rriUT.K Tor,
1MXIK LAN I',
SKY KN TOP,
XV l K I or
You get frosli ce-d from us.
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
Xcw goods will soon be-
In the. mean time we will
continue the sale of our pres
ent stock with no thought of
BARR & 0AKES,-
We cany everything our line of
business calls for, whether it be the
most expensive or more modest iu
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 Death has made
his always unwelcome visit.
Our business motto is to "Do as we
would be done by," and to oonscm
ENTioi'SLY discharge aia. sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, tdphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
Oltioe, C'ltl.eni,' Teleiiluinw '
Rmiser is exceedingly graceful, and
as a smasher ot watermelon neari
h la nnite a success. The Hkram
force hopes to par iclpate in another
line occasion in laoa.
Cnnt. W. N Husrhes will arrive
liuro novt. week from Ruifalo. N, Y
Cant. Huirhes was stricken with yel
l-w fpvpr t Kantiuiro. but he has
about recovered and will come home
to recuperate. During the engage
ments at Santiago, uotn oi ms neu
tnnnnta ntirl nine men in his COlll-
nnnv were killed, anu iourteen
r . ,
Mr. R. O. Patterson, who has been
connected with the firm of Brown
law Ar. Killld At. Mt. Pleasant for sev
iu " ' " J-
ril rpttM. is now clerkinir lor Mc
A ndprsnn & Foster of this
oinr Mr. Patterson is nolite and
nffnirmioiiiiMnu-. ana will mane a
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im hmh u u(nillri1llon ti) tins wen
known house. He will be pleased
to have his friends call on him.
Messrs. L. P. Padgett, H. P. Fig-
nrna. A. Hair and Jas. A. Biniser
uiam mudo the recipients "f hand
s.,mn hiekorv walkinir-canes last
Tuesday, with the compliments of
Mr. Pitts Perry, of the Bigbyville
n!i.li...liM.l niul in mi in in pmorll I illll
iiyvuiniin ... vvii.,...v
of the election of Judge 8am Holding.
Mr. Perrv savs t ie canes are oi me
Thomas Je'iferson-Sam Holding
It AUK, lt-Hlclenr.
Hell Telephone Xl.'l.
.JOHN A. OAKKS, liPHliUnre,
Clllemt' I i'leliiniH No. 53.
l'OKKIMiVMH It A 1 1 K I).
City Marhtll I.wttn nnl the l'ollre Make
a oiil Haul.
Karlv last Sunday morning, before
the lusty chanticleer had heralded
the approach of day, City Marshall
John Latta. accompanied by olllcers
Holcomb, Craft, ijancaster, jacKsou
and Guest, made their way to room
No. 54 at U Bethell House, and
put an abrupt terminus to a poker
game which was in progress there.
The players were busily engaged
when the ntllcers, headed by City
Murhull T,it,tii. nut in their annear-
uiwo nnil the entnuice nf the Uliwel-
coined guests produced no little sur
prise and chagrin. ime men wern
gathered into the fold, seven of
whom submitted their cases before
Judge Erwln aud were fined $10 and
costs each, but tne ouitr two pieau
not iruiltv to the charges on tlie
ground that they were in thu room
asleep and not engaged in tno game
at all. Judge Erwin has not J et de
cided their cases.
AX EYE OPENER.
Thai's ninit Our Prices Are for This
1! .iiiiiii, 1j Imflt. T,ef TiRrd tl.00
Uoat Mnirar-nnred Hreakfast Bacon ,S'.
Country Hams, per pound 10
Mnrpny's "tea itravey iiams, pei
Cndahy's Hex Brand California
Hams, per pouna
Country Shoulders, perpnuud ...
Fat Sal't Bacon, per pound
Caromel Syrup, per gallon
Kpur. v nur . Z4- n rh k
10 nminrU Rest. Snpfltlfk ColTee . . . .$1 .(H)
11 mm nrts l.pvprlnir Itoawt ('offee jl 00
. .. . . r . - . . 1 1 nr m Jul
in iwn una v v x I (i ii
Best (Jranulated Sugar, IS lbs for $l.(H)
Best Salmon in town, 3 cans ior . .
Silver Nectar Syrup, per can 10
i : ui-rnti 'a .,!' SnntT. li-rloen case $5.(H)
Bruton'6 2-oz. SnuiT.li-do.en case. .$l.(Hi
And all other goods in range w,ith
WHITE & DAIMWOOD,
North Main Street.
B ui 1 sin en Superseded
Those who are required to give
bonds iu positions of trust, and who
desire to avoid asking mends to De
come their sureties, or who may
wish to relieve friends from further
obligation as bondsmen, should ap
ply iu person or by letter to
H l. V. Ill'TIjKlKiK.
THE COU'MBIA A Its EX. I!..
We want l.OOObushels of good oats,
it Ij. W. Gamble Grocery Co.
Mr. Thomas' Deputy.
County Court Clerk A. L. Thomas
has appointed Mr. Hardin W.
Thomas, of Hurricane Switch, to be
his deputy. Deputy Thomas is a
son of Mr. B. 8. Thomas, and is
well qualified for the position. With
these two gentlemen in charge, it
goes without question that the af
fairs of this oflice will be conducted
in a business-like manner and satis
factorily to everyone.
it would be well for you to lay in a
supply now. tr
Miss Maude Thompsou has been
nuite sick for the past week at the
home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
J. H. Thompson, on Wst Sixth
street. She has been threatened
with an attack of fever, but her
friends hope to see her out again
After all, Company B. will not be
permitted to erase the Philippines
from the map of the Eastern hemis
phere. But then, our boys have
done all their duty, and they have
won honor in the hearts of their
Mr. James Roberts has bought out
the hitch stable of Messrs. V. li.
Davis & Co., on West Seventh
street, and the latter will retain con
trol of the fruit stand and coal busi
ness. Mr. Roberts' friends wish him
well iu his new undertaking.
Hon. J. A. Smiser celebrated
Judge Holding's election last Mon
day by treating the Herald force
to one of Knob Creek's biggest,
juiciest specimens of melons, of the
Simon-pure Democratic stripe. As
a wielder ff the carving knife Mr.
Mt. Pleasant' "Blind Tigers."
1 t the, American from
Mt. Pleasant says: "Pope Komer
and W. D. Scott, two revenue men
from r,ftwreiic.fthiiri! have been here
during the last weeK making raids
mi tha whiskv men. Thev have
taken a number of the negro "tigers"
away, Din mere are suu euoun
here to keep tne town wen suppneu
Too Much Married.
Jim Kaunon. colored, of the 10th
district, was arrested by Deputy
HheritT Albert Whitlev last Satur
day on the cnarge oi Digamy, anu,
unon trial, was bound over to the
novt. tprm nf thp (liroiiit Court
Kannon's first wife is an employe of
Mr. Will Frierson. and wife No. 2
cooks for Mr. Walter Tyndall.
Largest and best assorted stock in
the city. See
2t Satterfikld ADopson.
riloi tu Will He Miiile t Seetir Ternm-
lient Work llei e.
TIip working hours of the Arsenal
hands have been reduced from 10 to
8 hours per day, the employes bo-
giniug at H a. m. and quiring atop.
in. Th is also entails a reduction in
wages accordingly. Now that the
war has heen brought to a close, a
great many fear that the work at
the Arsenal will lie stopped, but, as
a larger standing army wiU be main
tained now than heretotore, tnere is
a probability that the work may
continue for some time. Maj. Greer
will exert all his power to have this
made a permanent manufacturing
point, and it is sincerely hoped that
his efforts may be successful. The
people of Columbia already owe him
a debt or graiituue.
The. force began iiiunuracturing
haversacks this week. This is a new
line oi work for them, as their work
heretofore, has heen conniieu 10
blanket-bags and canteens.
We can show the Quest Phaetons,
the finest Surries, and the finest
Buggies, iu the city; with rubber
tires f vou say so. Lome and see our
display of fine work.
tf ISATTKKKI Klili DOnSO.N.
Farms for Sale.
Of all sizes at the following prices:
J7.-,0. IS.10, $!M)0, fKKHI, $12.V), $1500,
fltioO, $17.-), I2UXI, 25t)l), fHXH). f.i'AK),
HUOO. $1500, f.VXM). These farms are
locuted in all sections of the county,
and if you are in the market for pro
perty we can please you.
au' 1D-21 W.J. Embry & Co.
I'rnit Shooters Bugged.
I,at Saturday night Shei ill Webb
and Deputies A. W. Whitley, Sum-
f-V 4 . , J I
tier anu ionium .iiuihiuiisi uuu n.
W. Harris made a ram on a negro
crap game nt Mt. Pleasant, near tliH
Worthington mines, and succeeded
in bagging ninb. While there they
came across another son of Ham
who was amusing himself by shoot
ing off his pistol at the stars. The
negroes were brought to Columbia,
and. when arraigned before Judge
Looney for trial Moiid y morning,
all submitted their cases and were
lined llO.iX) apiece.
We want to buy your wheat at top
prices and furnish sacks.
tt ASHTON BROS