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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FB1DAY, SEPTEMBER - 188.
The public to know that we abso
lutely do nothing but
High Grade Tailoring.
Our prices will compete with any
agents or agency tailonr.it houses, not
considering the difference in the fit
and workmanship I carry only the
best foreign and doractic woolen
and you need not take any chances
when j ou select from my line, an eve
ry piece of good I marked strictly
all wool w iih a guaranty.. I kindly
aek you before placing your fall order
to look over my line ai;d convince
vourseif. i:e.p.-;ifuy vours.
MiURICE, The Tailor, cou'mbJknn.
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
Office: Room 17. Masonic BuildiDg.
Speciai.tihs: Fire, Tornado, Plat
Glass, Employers Liability and Steam
Boiler I usurance. an!5
Thweatt & Morton,
At Rnttle's old ptmid. West Seventh
Street. A full line of
Candies, Fruits, Cigarsjobacco.
Hot coffee and luncli eerved at all
time Everything new and fresh.
W. C. SALMON.
V. II. TtK.NfcK
SALMON & TURNER,
Attorney at Law nvri
Soliritorx in f'hunrery.
Will practice In State and Kec.-rl ouri.
Hpecial attention ijiven to the collection of
claims and settlement of estate.
Ojfire over Farmer iiM Men-hunt Itank.
Get our Summer pflAI I
Prices on uUHL!
We carry the following well-known brands;
MONARCH. COIR Kit LAND
Office: Iluttle: oh' sttind
july Z) Citizt i ' TeWph'me Xo. 91.
V. H. it A VI Ii CO
New Fire Insurance Firm.
FRIERSON & TUCKER,
(Successor to Eugene Pii.ow.)
Representing the following companies:
Atns. t.eriomila. Trmlrr N-otli -tern
Mutual. Commercial Colon, of
Loudon. V llllin.liirc lly.
Hee them before in rinri iour property.
After today we wi.l shoe
hor-es with best shoes and
nai;H for t)UC
all round i in
Huggy Tire reset at
The above prices are for spor CASH.
If you have it churned the price will be
OUT OK SIOHT!
&AU oilier irdrk in proportion.
W. W. CHERRY.
Ml ItlSl H
Haiii( "Odd inr Kilciory, I Mill Offering
M iiMii i;k ,i
ttl II.IMNt; MATERIAL
at very low price to cIoe out the remain
ing tock at once:
Bed that were 1.2" are now i.7.j.
Theti.iM Beds reduced ioJIA'i.
Jluresus wi'lh r'nietJIass. .).
rsdid ch-rry Extension Tuoi.- at hoc a ft.
Wire I'uplsnird Su'ch. JF1.0 .
New (Style Wire Suf"n. I2.no.
Hoi id Walnut hairs, lit).
('our ilantlsoure ''ik Kuits. with large
French Mirror, at V. 0.
Kitchen Tulilct at 1 .7-1.
These can be necii at ' he store of
O. V oWKN.
West Side of the iiit'e, alsoat the factory.
Lawn fettees, $'2..'i(i.
Ijiths. 2. 0.
4'edar I'ost. 10 cents.
Fence Paillnw. Scents.
Ked Moulding. 1.'.'.'
ase Moulding. fl.T.i.
(Quarter Uouiul, ;ti (r"nt.
door ll.iai up.
Ht,u, 7oc up.
BlindH. Il.ui up.
Open Hash and Transoms very low.
w Indow (jlBHs, Colo'ed (la mid Mirror
at old prices hefore tli" advance.
Taint and 'olors. low tiureH.
(iialeHand Kenders. am.
dntes. l.7o an J :i.ii.
A few li.iluHiers, , oi jinns antl Krnckets,
Alto Church Ventilators, Iron Safes. Ta
llile Legs, Hush Wemhu. Burl Veneers, Tele
iilnues. Water Hfirrels. Work Horse.
T'arrml Hlsal. Htiarp Hand, Furniture Car,
Itrop Hiding. tialkH 'tzed Vallev, Carpet
i strip, Taldo Hlidm. Vindw Heats. Koad
Wagons. Bank Ctu'n--rs, 'w H. 1. Boiler,
Kye Brick, and till kinds of Lcmiikk cheap
for CASH. Kit A N K H. rtMITII.
Ninth and (intilen Htreets,
Citizens' Telephone .
Having this day qiui'flert ns the Admin
istrator of the et of Colunihus T. Mer
i itl, deceased, tu s is t t notify all parties ii
-delued to said estate .0 come forward and
make settlement of same, anil all persons
ImldinK claims innn.; sdid estate will pre
. scut t hem properly ai'thentlcaied 011 or be
fore the iHiu day of K.-liruury, Ihhh, or the
smile will he forever imrreo.
This the 2lith dtiv of uiust, lssis,
sepiit II V. MKUiurT.Ad'tn'r.
We are authorized to announce Col N.N.
Cox. of Willi tmson otiily. a-, a candidate
for re-election to C(nres- utjccl to the
action of the IH'iiiocim! it- puity. attheni
sliiii Oeimarracic p'.iiiury election, on
We are aut horlned to announce Hon. 7,.
W. K wish, of lilies ("o ;nty, as a candidate
for 1 oniireas, suuleci : ttie In-1 1011 of the
Memocrailc party, at i;ie usuiiik Novem
School Directors Meeting
Will be held ot t court-house in
Columbia next Monday, Septemher
5. Important btu'n'ss. Don't fail
to attend. P. W.Dison -.
On T'i"dny eyenin last, at the
beautiful home of Mrs. George S.
Alcorn, a most enjoyable lawn fete
was given In honor of the mission
ary society connected with the
Sunday-school classes of Mm. W. A.
Ruttle and Mrs. John Gartner. The
night was an ideal one, and added
greatly to the pleasure of the occa
sion. Delightful music was render
ed on the piano and violin by Misses
Willie, Mary and Rachel Ashton.
and a solo by Miss Carrie Porter
was also greatly f n joyed. Delicious
refreshments were served at a late
hour, and. after a most pleasant
evening spent by all. the happy
guests took leave of their hostess
and returned to their respective
Miss Addie Wood received a few
of her 'riends at the- house of her
sister, Mrs. J. D Sowell, on West
Ninth Street last Saturday evening,
complimentary to her guest. Miss
llattie Alcklen, or rsHShvil'e. ror
several hours t h party engaged in
olaviiiir narlor iranies. social conver
sation, etc.. and the occasion proved
one or much enjoj ment.
Miss Mary Wall is entertaining in
her usual handsome style this week
atalious nartv in honor of her
truest. Misses Lila Coleman, one of
Columbia's most charming young
ladies, Florence Harrison and
Blanche Webb Messrs. Frank
Scales, Tom Wall, Juo. Manner,
Eugene Jordan ami Mr. Smith, of
Nashville. Franklin Review-Appeal,
Mi-s Birdie Hirsch gave a de
lightful watermelon party at her
home on East Ninth street last
evening. The lawn which was the
scene of the festivities was illumi
nated with Japanese lanterns, and
decorated with bunting of the
Miss Matilda Magruder gave an
enjoyable lawn party last Wednes
day evening, complimentary to her
guests. Misses Bessie and Lula Firs
kin, of Memphis.
Master Robert and Miss Mary Pil
low will have about seventy -Ave of
their little friends to enjoy a lawn
fete with them this afternoon, from
4 to 7.
Little Miss Sara Hamuels will
entertain a score of her small friends
to-morrow afternoon in celebration
of her sixth birthday.
MiD 'Well tei hol opi-i Sept. 5.
IH98. with full faculty. Instruction
in all branches free to pupils resid
ing in 9th district, exclusive of city
corporation. To oh-r-. tuition ia
secondary and hlh -c I....1 depart
ments will he $ 01 ,i,-r month; pii
Jks-k Tomlinson, Prin.
Mi . nni Brown.
Miss Tetwiie Brown enterpd into
rest last Wednesday. Aug. 31, at hr
home near Bigbyville, in the 54th
year of aire. The funeral services
were conducted yesterday morning
at 10 o'clock by Rev. M. E Oabard,
and th remains we'e interred at
VicCains. Deceased had been ill for
several weeks with typhoid fever,
but until a few hours before her
death she appeared to be out of dan
ger. be leaves a large circle or
friends who will regret to hear of
Mrs. Win. C Kennedy.
Mrs. Win. C. Kennedy passed
away last Saturday at her home
near Kettle Mills, after a long and
useful life. The interment took
place Sunday morning in the Wells
hurying-ground. services being con
ducted at the grave by Rev. Mr.
Evins. Deceased wss highly re
spected and greatly beloved, and
her death was a sad shock to her
numerous friends. She was the
mother of Mrs. W. A. Howard and
Esq. U. A. Kennedy.
Mr. It. B. Allen
Mr. Robt. B. Allen. who has been in
critical health for several months,
passed away at his home near Co
lumbia yesterday afternoon, at an
hour two late for an extended notice
In this Issue, the hour for the funeral
arrangements not havlnt? been fixed,
though we were told 1t would be
some time to day. The decexsed
was annul of means, well knon
and highly respected, amiable, un
oiTending, gentle and just.
Mrs. Lewis (irlrtlii.
Mrs. Lewis Griffin died Tuesday
eveninif at the home of her daugh
ter. near the Cotton Factory, in 'the
0r)th year of her age. Deceased had
been ill for some time, and death
came as a sweet release to her suf
ferings. The funeral services were
conducted Wednesday at 10 o'clock
by Revs. D. C Kelley and Baker P
Lee. and the interment took place
in Rose Hill Cemetery.
James W. Strange.
Mr. James W. Strange died Tues
day at his home in the Cotton Fac
tory neighborhood, at the air of 75
years. The burial took place at
Nebo Wednesday morninn, the fun
eral services b Jmt held at the irrave.
Deceased bad Iven in ill health for
some time. He leaves surviving
him four daughter, who have the
sympathy of many friends.
Itultert Mi liiil1.
Robert McI)obld died Snnda.v at
his home in this city, and was buried
Monday afternoon' In Greenwood
Cemetery, services being held at the
irrave bv Rev. Btker P. Lee. De
ceased was a well known character
about town, and was said to be a
man of more than ordinary intelli
Sam It. Nichols,
of Carter's Creek, has telephone c -n
nection with all parts of the county
using both the Hell and Citizens'
and wants to buy wheat, delivered
at any railroad- station in Maury
Nearly all -f the hacks come
to the post-otflce before leaving
Columbia, an I we being next
door to th post office, are in po
sition to fi'lall orders on short
notice and deliver to the hacks.
We pay special attention to
and orders telephoned to us to
be sent out on the hacks. Tele
phone us your orde-s and we will
certainly get them off if the
hacks have not left town before
we get your message. Our pri
ces are right and our smre is
always in charge of a competent
GEORGE S, ALCORN.
WED DISK HELLS.
The following special from Camp
Bob Taylor. Kuoxville, appeared in
last Monday's American:
"Lieut. Lucius Polk, of Columbia,
will bo married Tuesday afternoon
to Miss Blanche Clements, of Knox
ville. The marriage will take place
at the home of the younif 1 idy. Rev.
Dr. Kinifgold, of Ktioxville, offlcia
ting. The mother of the bride elect
being ill. the marriage will be a
quiet one. Lieut-Col. Harvey Han
uah and Maj. W. O. Vertreea being
the only guests invited from the
Fourth Reulment. The hour set f ir
the marriage is 5 o'clock in the af
ternoon, and at 8 o'clock Lieut, and
Mrs. Polk will leave for a trip to the
grov's home in Col'itnb' i. They
wnl (j-!iu a few d tys in Nashville
en route. At present Lieut. Polk is
in the hospital, a victim to a slight
attack of malaria. Miss Clements
is a daughter of W. h. II. Clements,
and ne of the young women of
Ktioxville who has made herself
very popular with the Fou'th Ten
nessee. Lieur. Polk is a son of Gen.
Lucius E. Polk. He is First Lieu
tenant of Company E Capt. Rigs
dale, recruited in and about oprlng
field. Lieut. Polk is a civil en
ifineei by profession, and is a val
ued officer in his regiment"
lor Sale ( heap.
One Hoosier Disc Drill, used only
Two good second-hand phfetons.
One second hand spring waifoti.
It J. P. Stbbet & Co.
REAL ESTAYt: TRANSFERS.
C. ('. Williams to M. D. Miller, 5 acres
in 23th district.0.
J. H. Fussell to Southern Hutldinz .v.
Loan Association, lot ia 3rd ward. $I,!5.
Mcllwaine A Ashmore to J. C. Parks,
Jr , lot in North Columbia, $MO0
,1. W. McHrlde to W. M. and J. K.
King, 58-100 acres in 14th district, $100
I n ion Kank A' 1 rust Co., to Mrs. Caro
line Shires, land in 2th district, $o0.
Union Kank tv I rust Co., to .1. i,ee
Brown and wife, 40 acres in 2oth dis
ii, V. Hayes and wife to Southern
Building k Iian Association, lot in iHh
W. B. Gray ' to J. r . Kenneriv, vi
acres in tith district, $1,K3 44.
We sell Myers' pumps, hay tools.
and water tanks. See
tf SATTKKFIKM) & Donsov.
Prompt and Fair.
Fire insurance Is a good thing. If
we hadn't had any Insurance, we
could not go back Into business.
But we fortunately had l (KH) in a
solvent company with a reliable
agent; consequently our loss was
paid promptly and in full. Thf
i'oin my was the Hanover of New
York ; the agent was T. E. Gordon,
and we heartily commend them
both. Our fire was Monday night,
and they settled with us ia full the
following Thusday, and the money
Is on its way f.T tiw goods., oo
when yon want insurance, remember
this and patronize Mr. Gor
don and the Hanover; and when
you want groceries call to see your
friends, White & Datmwood.
For Sale Cheap.
Second-hand surrey and buggy,
tf Sattbrfield & Dodson.
Mr. W. D. Cameron spent several
days In Sheffield, Ala., the past
week, visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mtrtin left
Tuesday for Nashville to visit Mr.
Martin s parents.
M iss Lura Krunk, of Lewisburg,
who has been visiting Miss Odessa
Branch, has returned home..
, Mrs. Thos. O'Neil am ohlidren
have returned 'rom Nashville..
Miss Laurel Burch, who was the
guest of the Misses Grimes, h.ts re
turned to Nashville.
Joe Rrittian has recovered from a
spell of fever, and Arthur Brittiau is
We have the Hoosier family.
Press Drill with Disc. High wheel
DiscHiifh wheel shoe Drill. Hoosier
Drills do the work perfectly satis
factory. Ask your neighbor: he has
;ne. See SATTBRFIELD 4 DODSUtN.
OVER THE COUNTY
Hammocks and croquet at cost.
It A. D. Fkiersonv
The clover crop has been badly
damaged throughout the county.
W. J. Embry & Co. advertise for
sale quite a cumber of sin ill farms,
J. C. Cyrus, a former Maury
countian, is on a visit here from
Walter Orr. one o' the Mt. Pleas
ant hack drivers, is visiting rela
tives near Pulaski.
Remember that W.J. Embry &
Co. always have money to loau on
real estate mortgages. It
WillCheairs, Jr.of Spring Hill,
has f one to Asheville, N. C, to en
ter Bingham's school.
A good down-pour of rain would
be very beneficial to the crops in
some sections of the county.
Mrs. John Armstrong, of the God
win neighborhood, has gone to
Omaha, to see the Exposition.
Mr. Charlie McKnitthr, of the
Isom neighborhood, had his hand
badly cut one day this week by a
Wanted: A toll gate keeper
must be courteous, polite and well
recommended for honesty.
tf Horace Rainey.
Messrs. Robert Foster, of Cross
Bridges, and J. J. Nelson, of Enter
prise, have accepted positions with
Brownlow & Sous at Mt. Pleasant.
Amos Dawson, of the Ben neigh
borhood, had his foot and ankle pain
fully Injured one day fast week by a
horse falling on him.
Sheriff Hight has appointed Mr.
C. D. Harder, of Mt Pleasant, as one
of his deputies. His full cabinet
has not yet been uamed.
Mrs. G. D. Matthews and son, Mr.
J. Frank Matthews, of Bigbyville,
left this week for Memphis, where
'hey will reside in the future.
Miss Brownie Howlett, who has
been ill with typhoid fever at the
home of her brother, Dr K. S. How
lett, at Bigbyville, is rapidly recov
ering. Prof. Gus C. White, who has been
visiting relatives and f lends in the
county for several weeks, leaves to
day to resume his school duties at
Howard Institute at Mt. Pleasant,
opened last Tuesday with 130 pupils
great many of whom are board
ers in attendance. M ssrs. BosticK
A, Dinning are highly pleased with
the beginning the school has made.
To Wheat Growers.
I am in the market to pay the
highest cisn priest- for ..our ero,,
large or small, at any raiiro.rJ sta
tion in Maury County. Have both
the Citizens' and Bell Telephone.
Call me over either.
S. B. Nichols,
tf Carter's Creek, Tenti.
Rev. W. J. Frierson occupied the
pulpi' at the First Presbyterian
Church last Sunday morning, and
alsoat the Union services at the First
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
The protracted meeting began at
the South Columbia Methodist
Church last Sunday morning. Rv.
Mr. Sessions, of Nashville, arrived
Monday, and is doing the preach. u.
services being held in the morning
at 9:30 and in the eveningat 7:4
The Ladies Union Meeting will
meet to day at 3 o'clock with Mrs
Milton Voorhies. Subject, ni. Jonn.
capterdh. Leader, Mrs. R P. Ad-
Miss Carrie Porter, of Winchester.
who is visiting relatives in Colum
bia, rendered a beautiful solo in the
First M. E. Churcb ast Sondav
morninur. and alo sang at the Union
services at the First C. P. Church
Rev. F. B. Webb has returned
from beaver Dam and will oocupy
his pulpit as usual next Sunday.
A series of reyiyal services., will
heirin in the Christian Church of
this city on the third Sunday in this
month, conducted by filler Kurrees,
Ladles' Missionary Society.
There will be an all day meeting
of the women of the Columbia Dis
trict who are interested in mission
work, on Tuesday, September 13th,
1WS, in the Methodist Church at Pu-1-iski.
Those who may reach Pulas
ki on Monday the 12th, will bo met
at the depot and entertained by our
friends. Let those who intend go
in send their names to Mis. Mertitt
Eslick, Pulaski, Tenu. Let each
auxiliary send as many representa
tives us may seem best. In congre
gations where there are no mission
ary societies. a:e there not earnest
women sufficiently Interested Id
this grout cause to attend this meet-,
ing? ' I earnestly request the co
operation of each pastor in securing
the attendance of as large a number
as possible of our women. Mrs. Myra
McFerrin Sowell, our Confereuce
Corresponding Secretary, will be
present at this meeting.
Mrs. W. R. Peebles.
Columbia District Secretary.
Fourth round of quarterly meetings of
the Columbia District, Tennessee Con
ference, for lfftK
Prospect, at Prospect Sept. 3,4.
Olivet and Lynuville, at Olivet,
Dians. at Mt. Pleasant Sept. II, 'i
south Columbia Sept. 17, IS.
Columbia Sept. 18. 19.
Culleokaaud Hurricane, at Hurricane,
Sept. 24, '.
Bi'ghyville.atBigpyvllle. . Sept. 'A 2H.
Monut Pleasant.. Oct. 1,2.
Kali River, at Mt. Zion ()ci.,7.
Richland, at Rehoboth Oct. 8, .
.ioorsvilU, at Forest Grove .Ocu la, Id.
Not k. The Suuday appointment for
Bunker Hill. Klkton. Taylor's Chapel.
Pulaski, Diana, South Columbia and
llmby ville is at night.
. R, Pkkbles, P. E.
P. O. address, Fountain Creek, Tenn.
We can show the flnst Phaetons,
the finest Surrles, and the finest
Ruggies, in the city; with rubber
tires if you ay so. Come and see our
diSDlaV Of flUV.WO'k :
"'" eATTEKlTHLD &DyDdON.
will open in a
We are agents for the American
Book Company and can furnish all
books at 15 and 20 per cent less than
any house in the county.
We also handle all school supplies
cheaper than ever.
Lead Pencils. 3c dozen.
Rubber Tip Pencils, 2 for In.
Rubber Tip Pencils, lc. 2c, 3c.
Flaz Slate Pencils, 2j dozeu
Pen Holders, 4c dozen.
Pen Holders, lc. 2c. each.
Best School Pmis, 4c dozen
Plain School Slates, 3c, 4c. oc each .
Covered School Slates, single, 5j,
Covered School Slates, double, lOo.
' 15c each.
Large assortment School Bigs at
5c. 10c. 14n, 19c. 24c
B iok Straps, oo, So, 10j, lio.
TA 11 LETS!
L irger and better for the money
than ever before shown.
Lnrire pencil tahlets, lc 2 ' 3 !, 4c,
nod the ! tr st on record 5a each.
Ink tablets. 3c 4c ooeach
Composition Bioks, 3 s 4c and oc
Blank Drawing Rooks, 5c and 8c
Drawinir Cards, all numbers, 10c.
Good Black Ink. So bottle.
Best School Cayons, 8c box.
School Rulers, lc. 2c 3'! each.
Lunch B iskets and Boxes at 10c,
14c. 19c and up.
Our stock is full and complete in
these lines and we will not be tin
..ereoli. LIVE STOCK N0IE-.
Howard & Moore of Columbia
houi;ht23 mules in this section last
Thursday and Friday. Fourteen of
them were bought of J. W. Harlan.
J. D. Flo-ers say that 23 flnei
mules never went from Hickman
county. Hickman County News.
Hoosier Wheat Drills.
New Press Drill with Disc openers.
Steel frame Disc Drill mounted on
high wheels. Steel frame Drill
mounted on high wheels with runner
openers. Drills to suit your farm.
Single Disc will not choke up, and
are lighter draft than double. See
tr batterfielo & dodson.
At the Columbia Athentram.
The following clipping is taken
from the Aberdeen (Miss.,) Weekly
"Airs. Mary Headden, accomoa
nied by her nieces, Ida Lee and Ge
nevieve Trotter, leaves Monday for
Columbia, Tenu., where she has ac
cepted a position in that flue olo
school, the Athenaeum. There is n"
more noble, high-toned, honorable
woman In our city, or the South, toi
that matter, than she. The editot
has known her for many years; both
having grown up In the same town,
riirotih all her life she has sus
tained the same hih, wom.tnlj
character, and her friends are bound
to her by the strongest ties of frier d
ship. Scorning hypocrisy, subter
fuge and deceit of any kind, she has
always spoken out plainly in her
condemnation of such traits ot
Character; a course deemed i-npo
litlc by many people. God grant
that all our women, measured) siic.l.
things in this same halUnce.'. Tlo
Atlienceum is fortunate in securing
her services. May prosperity and
happiness be hers all through life.''
Buy a Hoosier Disc Drill ana
double the yield; no drill sold here
tha does such perfect work. Every
body knows that the Hoosier is tlx
leader. Come and see the new itn
provements. Hold by
tl fATTEKF!ELD & D()DSUN.
Sank in the .Night.
Tllo hounirul xlW.k
..v. ..in. s , ruip w I I . r 1 1 P HtUK
near the onxriantiiia urn u.
andina, Fla.. through some myste-
noun ngeocy, ial weonesdav night.
Aboard of her was a hospital corps
of thirty-flve and a crew of forty tive
persons, all or whom escaped "with
out injury. Te roustabout) sleep
ing in the lower hold had a narrow
escape, blng driven from their
hunks like so many rats.
The Branham & Hughes School, spr,t
A High Grade Training 8chool For Boys.
?h.VrC.?h n",l.?irlr,,,riC,iMY1ern l"uBe, Mathemat les and English,
tiflcate! g PP""0" ' U colleges. Entrance Into Vanderbilt Universltylon cer-
Health conditions unexcelled. NO 8ALOON8. Home Influences.
- -FrtlTefni ; llfg tfngSt 24th, 1898.' " Ju,r l
Lucky Bargee. A XoVlM.
IVjIIakrv Ladder. 12mo. Cloth $1..;-,,
"Some very remarkable and striking
sketches of the life lived by those who
earn their living on the lower reaches
of the Thames distinguish Mr. Lsnder's
new novel. His spirited description of
'The Pool' are full of life and movement ;
his pictures of river-side life in the Kant
Knd arc notable for their lifelikeness.
The plot, too, Is good, and the pretty ro
mance of the hero's love story relieves
the general Krayness and squalor of its
atmosphere. The character of Bulldog
Kill, the hard-righting, hard s searing
navy, with his love for The Duchess'
and his loyalty to his pals, is a very
clever bit of portraiture. Every one
who begins to read the fortunes of 'The
I ucky Bargee' will follow them through
their many curious and ever-shifting
phases w ith unflagging interest." Pall
This book is for sale by all booksell
ers; or it will be sent by mail, postnaid,
on receipt of price, by the publishers.
I. AI'HI-ErOX AND COMPANY,
72 Fifth Avenue, New York.
J. SHELBY COFFEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IX CITANCERY.
Prompt attention given to all t-ollec-dons.
Ar-OUice with J. II. Fusseli'
tVhitthorue Block, Columbia, Teun.
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
)fflce: Front rooms In Masonic Temple,
over Flitui rs A McI-more's s'ore.
N. B. I have moved from the S bit t home
:!ock ; remember to call at my new char
ters. MT. PLEASANT, TKNN
For Both Sexes.
Fall Tern Begins Aipst 30.
English, Classical, Scientific
SDd Business Courses, with
for young men and hoys.
Preparatory Department for
Special courses in Musi", Elocution,
"hysiesi Culture, Ltw, Short-.liinl and
h: peine for Hoard and Tuition. 9133
to SI75 per yrar.
Write for catalogue.
Major 0. C, HULYEY, Presiient.
July 1 4m
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Instruction In Primary. High School and
full College wors. witn special advantages
In Music, Art. Elocution, Hhort-haud and
F"" 'ffffi September 5, 1898.
or further lnfi rotation
FOl'NDKIt IN 1838.
In. F. A. SIIOI'P, Lady Prinripal.
-pens September 14, 1898.
The Institute is the oldest school
for girls in the South, and has the
best facilities for the thorough edu
cation of its pupils The faculty is
carefully selected, and includes
graduates 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,
JuneJMm . COLCMHI s. TKNN.
SEND BOl'S AND UIULS
Bostick & Dinning.
'One of our verv best schools " a rhn-
cellor Kl"tland,of the Vanderbilt Univer
sity puts it.
Pupil. Knter Vamlrbilt on Certificate.
Healthfolness unsurpassed. Pupils);
board in private families. .
Sext Session Opens Angast 30.
Board and Tuition c
one year, $154
Mt Pleasant Maury County, Tenn.
Send for Catalogue. septl
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