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THE COLUMBIA HEKALI): FKIIM Y. SEPTEMliElt 30, 18i8
Head Carefully, this is Im
portant and Concerns You.
It Was not Luck but Good
Judgement that Enabled
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY
To get In their Woolen and Silk
Dress Goods Stock before the ruin
ous tariff advance on these had
taken ei!et. We own the cream of
the new styles and at old prices. We
are giving our customers me oenent.
REAP! All wool double width
Serga, Henriettas. Covert and Fan
cy Cheviots, at 25c, '29c, 35c to 50c.
Fifly-two inch Ladies' Cloth, very
flnn wool. Win.
Fifty-twa inch French Broadcloth,
shrunk and sponged. In all new
shades, $1X0 up.
Novelty Paris Suitings, from $2.98
to 5 00.
Tatfeta Bilks, changeable ellects.
rich plaids, ombre stripes, etc., 75c
Velvet in all colors, worth $1 00,
but our price is 75e.
Cords, Braids, Tinsels, Buckles,
Frogs, Passamentries, etc.
In short and for short, come and
gee our Dress Goods. Tell us plain
ly what you want, and how much
price you want it at and we'll just
about save you 25 per cent on the
ONYX BRAND The one and
only kind and we are Bole Agents;
20c and 25c, as leading prices to in
troduce them. We stake our repu
tation on the results. Once tried
you'll have no other look and wear
as well as 35c and 50c goods usually
NEXT MONDAY'S SPECIALS.
yShort and sweet but powerful
tempting. 1.000 yards of Dress
Tienu-ths and Dress Styles, yard wide
Penangs, made to retail at 10c. By
a lucky flank movement on the
manufacturer, 5o a yard for you.
One (1) case yard wide Bleached
Domestic and one (1) case yard wide
Sea Island Domestic, 4c yard.
Maury Dry Goods ani Shoe Co.
ARMY COMFORT CIRCLE.
An Important MeeUnR Will Be Hold Thl
The members of the Army Com
fort Circle are called to meet this
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the parlors
of the Bethell Hotel. It is urgently
requested that every member of the
Circle be in attendance, as business
of the utmost importance will come
before the meeting. If anything is
done for the relief of Company B.,
it must be done immediately, before
our soldier boys are transferred to
nninii HiatAnt. land.
Following are the members of the
Circle: Mesdames E. H. Hatcher,
V. P. Morgan, U. G. Sparrow, Win,
Diddle, Itobt. Pillow, Webb Ridley,
V. P. Woldridge, J. M. Deadman,
Thomas Worthington, Charles Par
ker, Henry Fulton, John Dobbins;
Misses Sadie Bhegog, Ethel Hendley,
Kebeeca Williamson.Cornelia Jones,
Mamie Hodge, Leigh Whitthorne,
Mary Oant. Camlle Herndon. Pau
line' O'Neal, Eva James, Florence
Farrell, Annie Evans, Annie Flem
ing, Mary Blackburn.
Farmers and Mule Men.
I will be at the stock yards in Co
lumbia. Tenn., October 8-flrat Mon-day-to
buy big mules. I will have
some extra frood young mare mules
to sell or swap you for your aged
mules. Get your mules in shape
and have them at the yards on that
date. J- W. Howard.
Col. N. N. Cox was here this week.
Mr. H. B. Adams was hern the
Congressman E. W. Carmack was
here this week.
Oenrire 'F.tfprptr of TCnahvlllo wna
here this week.
Hon. Jas. A. flmlser is in Law-
renceburg this week.
Miss Hav Davis visited relatives
at Audrews last week.
Miss Lavalla Fuller is visiting
friends in the country.
Mr. Lynch Perry has returned
from a trip in the West.
Mr. Frank L. Cade, of Paducah,
Ky., was here last Monday.
Algie Hodge of the Fourth Ten
nessee, is here on a furlough.
Mr. J. E. R. Carpenter, of Nor
folk, Va., was here last week.
Miss Mamie Barker returned this
week from a visit to Alabama.
Mrs. Norman Kirktnan and chil
dren have returned to Nashville.
Mrs. W. P. Parish, of New York,
is the guest of Majoi and Mrs.
Joe W. Dillon, representing the
Nashville Banner, has been here for
Mrs. James Avent, of Murfrees
horo, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Mr. It. G. Irvine has returned
from a visit to his sister, Mrs. A. C.
Floyd, at Chattanooga.
Mr. and Mrs. George Harlan visi
ted relatives in the Water Valley
neighborhood last week.
Mrs. Tyree and daughter, Miss
Julia, of 'Gallatin, were guests of
Mrs. E. Yoest this week.
Mrs. W. A. Proviue and little son
reached home Tuesday from a visit
to relatives in Princeton, Ind.
Mr. W. E. McKennon returned
last week fromTamna. Fla. Hedid
not go to uuoa, as ne nrsi lutenueu
Miss Rosa Flournoy Drane, of
Clarksville. will arrive to day to be
the guest of Mrs. W. P. Woldridge
Mrs. T. N. Jones will leave to-day
for West Tennessee, to attend the
marriage of her niece, Mis Gartner
Mrs. E. A. Fusch and children,
who have been spending the sum
mer here, will return to Nashville
Mrs. W. B. Rounds returned this
week to her home in Louisiana,
alter a visit tr. her sister. Mrs. A. D
Tiov and lVfra. lViker P. Lee and
little child, after a visit of three
wBPka to Bummertown. have re
i Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dale, of Mem-
nhi,i wlm were quests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Fiiruers. left this week
Col. J. W. F. Hughes and little
son have returned to Topeka, Kan.,
after a visit to the family of Judge
A. M. Hughes.
Mr. Frank Bwansburg has return
ed from the Eastern markets, where
he bought a full line of new goods
for the Racket.
Mrs. C. N. McLemore and Marie
have returned from a visit of sev
eral weeks to Mrs. McLemore s par
ents in Chicago.
Mrs. H. I. Arnold, of Cleveland,
Ohio, and Mrs. J. W. Fulmer, nee
Miss Corine Mansfield, of Memphis,
are guests at the Bethel House.
Mrs. Morris Rosenthal and chil
dren, who were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Lazarus, returned this
tuouir t. thair home in Albany, Ga.
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Mrs. Octa Cherry is spending a
few days with relatives in Franklin.
From there she will go to isasnvuie,
where she and Mr. Cherry will make
Maurice Rothschild, the tailor,
left the first of the week far Chicago,
where he went to visit his parents,
who moved there recently from
Heidelberg, Germany, to live.
Sam McGaw, who has been one of
the Herald's carrier boys for sev-
i ...... ioff vnctoril iv for Bowl-
ing Green, Ky., where he will make
his home with his sister, Mrs. John
Mr. FARMER, rid your Seed
Wheat of smut before sowing,
and buy your Blue Soue here
to get the right price. We
have purchased an extra large
supply in anticipation of this
demand. Merchants will find
our prices the lowest.
We have in stock all the best
brands of Hog Cholera Reme
dies, but confidently recom
mend our U. 8. SPECIFIC,
made after the formula of the
U. 8. Agricultural Chemists,
as the best preventive and
cure we have ever sold. Our
best farmers who have used
this, pronounce it the best
Put up in tin buckts, price $1.00, or
six buckets for $5.00.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
JL'IKJE EltWIX WAS BUSY.
He Slioweil Flfven Khmer tli Krror of
Their Vny Monday Morning.
When Judge Erwin convened the
city court Monday morning, His
Honor was conirontea wim an in
teresting arrav of transgressors of
the law. Seventeen cases were dls-
mwod rf aiv of which were ACOUit
tals. and tne remaining eleven were
iiuxeased with fines amounting to
' . ,
The most important case was tnat
of Juke Owen, of Mt. Pleasant, who
was tried on the charges of being
drunk and disorderly and resisting
an officer, and fined $21.55. The
other cases were for being drunk
and disorderly, using profane and
abusive language, giving away
liquor on Sunday, etc.
City Marshal Jackson, Officers
Craft and Goad, Deputy Sheriffs
Church and Ed Hiirht went out on a
raid last Tuesday night and brought
in ten offenders. Two of the num
ber were negroes who were wanted
for rohberv. and the others were
tramps, who were "taRen in ior
rrpasnneainu'. The neirroes charged
with theft had stolen a hat and coat
from Mr. John Martin, and when
found hv the officers they were
the u-oods. The hat and
coat were taken from Mr. Martin's
nnrr-h last. Saturday nieht. The
neo-roes nre also charged with hav
ing entered Mr. Pleasant Masey'8
honae Monday afternoon and steal
ir of nunt.. r watch and
anvprnl other articles. Judee Erwin
bound them over to the Circuit
Court, a niatnl was found in the
pocket of one of the tramps, and
Judire Erwin also bound him over.
The others were sent to the county
work-house for 20 days.
Satterfleld Dodson when you want
a bugiw or surrey. They keep right
up with the latest and best siyies.
Maury .National Rank.
A statement showing the con
.ii.i,.,inMi,Mnrv Hatioiwl BaDk
m ho fniinH elsewhere In tne
Will - -
columns of the Herald.
f Ka atn rpmitnt this
oVri V Uinri .
makes, this one is better than the
former, and shows the steady
rnih and improvement it is mak
ing The individual deposits as
shown by the statement now
aggregate the modest sum of $;W0.-SKW)49-the
largest yet published.
The statement is indeed gratifying,
not only to the bank officials, but to
every citizen of Maury County.
. -!no,i drv poods and
clothing salesman. No other need
apply. Hknry Gross. epi-tf
Maury County Teachers' Association.
" The regular monthly meeting of
the Maury County Teachers Associ
at Km wU be held in Columbia, next
Siturdav. Oct. 1, at the Andrews
Sho'ol building. The following s
the programme preomcu
dllJ.tulvof Vnited States History
reHod of nrovery and Exploration,"
ilrs V. V. Mitchell.
"ne and Writing. ofN.l'.WllH.,"
Mr. .V P- Oraliatn.
ill Ittfort of the Library itemmittec,
V .i ...! " Mr.
ior i iim-ii H r.-.,
Ssllie M. l i iei.
The attention of the readers of the
iTrnu.n is called to the statement
of the Phoenix Bank in this week s
paper. Among other things no
ticeable in the statement, it is shown
that with more than $80 000 deposits
there is less tha $700 overdrafts,
which shows the care with which
tha Phoenix officials guard the
t i . nf f holr Honaaitnra. This ill-
tne uuu9 j mo.
Like stitution is pushing forward rapidly
bank in public favor ana patronage.
'i niio hnahels u-ood seed wheat,
i nod hiishels of pool variety, and 500
bushels Fullcaster. The pool yields
mom npr rre than any Wlieat 1
E. G. Grant
sen :?0-2t Columbia, Tenn
a linn Guest returned to Nashville
Wunirdav after a visit to rela
An enjoyable ice-cream sup-per
was iriven last Wednesday evening
n f i, a n.aidonce of Mrs. Barrett on
Tkirioanth street. The gunner was
iriven hv Mrs. ttarreit s ouuuajr
ui,i nUai and a neat little sum
rvuo T.nniavllle &. Nashville Rail
nla.od automatic scales
in their vards. Each car on a train
at tho rate of six miles an
hour can be weighed.
in McKennon aud
daughter, Miss Wilburn, are visiting
In the tsawauss vunoy ui'S"""1
nr. w a Onarterman and daugh
Hit. Hill, - " .
riad Kn rettirned latt week
from a visit to rCKtives In Indiana
Mrs. Riggs Hayes, of Lewlsburg, 1b
viaUlnir re atlves in BOUUl Colum
Geo. Martin, Jr., we presume, will
be his name.
Miss Mamie Akin is recovering
from her spell of sickness.
Mr. John B. Ashton is repainting
ins residence on boutn Main street.
Cabinet photos, $1.00 perdoz., war
ranted not to fade. Young & Evans,
Oatman Fleming, who has been
ill for several weeks, is able to be
Mr. W. J. Guest is remodeling the
l . . i.:..i. i.. ....
iiuubh uu ivi((ih nufci, which no i c
Dr. R. Holding has rented one of
the Dunnington hits. corner West
Seventh and Dunnington streets.
We have the cash to pay for a few
thousnd dollars of good land notes.
septKS Zt W.J. 1,M BRY K O.
MiaaMnln D i in woo d . of the H;ir
Creek neighborhood, has accepted a
position at Miss Kerwick's millinery
It didn't take Tom Friel lonir after
the Arsenal shut down to find him
another job; he is now clerking for
Dobbins & Ewing.
Hon. R.N. Richardson, the Peo
ple's Party candidate for Governor,
has an appointment to speak at Co
lumbia on Friday, Oct. 7.
A teleirram to Mrs. Meade trier-
son yesterday announced the glad
newstnata daugnter was ooru to
Mrs. B. M. Ileuick, at her home in
The mornings and eveninys nre
pleasant enough, but the mid-days
of the last week in September have
run the mercury up about as high as
it has been this summer.
Wantkd to sell an elegant little
farm of Mi acres, in the suburbs of
Columbia. Good house, all sorts of
fruit and splendid market garden.
Call on O. W. Hayks,
sep23-2t Columbia, Tenn.
Tho iTnitod TVmtrhterj of i he Con
federacy will meet with M rs. H. G.
Evans, Sat irday, Oct. 1, at 4 o'clock.
A full attendance is uesireu, ai
business of imnortance will come be
fore the society.
The ladies of St. Mary's Guild
will anrve I'.inc.h and BUnDer lleXt
Mondav in the vacant store next to
Titbonib'a drug store. menus
from the country are invited to
leave their lunches at home and
patronize a good cause.
Mr. Jas. L. Daimwood has opened
nn a freah stock of groceries in the
Titpoinh house. No. 6 North Main
street, where h invites ins menus
n enll and sen hilll. He Will keen
hia natrons Dosted as to nr cos from
week to week through the columns
of the Herald. See his card else
Cnrnoral Charlev Lipscomb, of the
First : Tovaa Reu-iinent U. 8. V.. is
hpro nn fifteen davs furlouirh. V 181
Inir his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
r r . m . . m I. 1 i.
Llpscomo. Tne company oi which
he ia a member belongs to Fitzhugh
Lee's armv corns, which will in
all nrohabi'litv be sent to Cuba for
.:. . . .L i
diirv. i nar ev is or tne lourwi kvu
eration of Lioscombs that liave of
fered their services to their country
in time of war.
Mrs. Ed Williams and Mr. Meade
Frierson have exchanged property
this week, Mrs. Williams swapping
her residence property on l'iigotn
street for Mr. Frierson's cottage on
Month OiinifMi atrnt. now occupied
by W. J. Guest and family, iur.
Frierson paving a cash dirterence or
$1,500. Between now and the first
of the yea' Mr. Guest will move,
and Mrs. Williams ana lainny win
move to that cottage, and Mr. Frier-
. iirm: . .
son and ramliy to fie vv imams
J. ROSENTHAL. HOG
In r.tf m..At...jU K
is going with a rush, consider
ing the warm weather. From
the comments we hear we have
doubtless made a hit with our
new stock, while our sales indi
cate that our prices are right.
Fall Dress Goods.
As lonir as wits are sham and
wants vary, we will have new
things. Never were fabrics so
beautiful as these newest autum
imla. Xpver wern the stvles SO
unlike all previous ones. Never
did spinner, and weaver, and
dyer, and artlst-of-design. bring
their gifts to such perfection
Silks and llibbons.
Look at them, feel of them they
sing their own praises. We could
weave "a fairy tale" about these,
but we are In no mood for story
telling; prices talk just now.
Carpets, Mattings, Hugs.
Many weeks ago we said "yes"
to carnet manufacturers. To-day
there's a hint of what that word
Hid for onr f-iirnpt. denjirtment.
Carefully studied designs, largest
assortment we nave ever nau
right prices tell the tale.
For the prevention of Hog
Cholera and S'wine Plague.
This medicine is sold as a preven
tive, which we claim it will do, if
used in time and ,tock is properly
fed and quartered. Taking the ex
perience of hundreds of
Munry County Farmers,
li,t hiiim naiwl thij I'miiMilv. we pan
safely say it has saved ill) Vf'r cent
of the hogs mat were anecteu, anu
ctopped the progress i disease in
tlie herds. A number claim to have
miide cures after hogs were infected
We strongly urge farmers to use
this remedy ' reuularly throughout
the year as a tonic, ana to iortny
ugainst disease. Sold by
WOLDRIDGE & IHYINE,
woven in one piece, elaborate
border elfects, desirable for cen
tre pieces over other carpets or
mattings or oil finished floors.
Our line of
is larger, better and prettier than
ever before words fail to do it
justice. Come and see for yourself.
We carry everything our line of
business calls for, whither it be the
most expensive or more modest in
Our stock Is bought to ncconmo-
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 lor tho 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 oonsvi-entioi'si-y
discharge Ala, sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or clay, telphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
Office, t'lll.enH' Tflt'phtine No. liO.
A. 11 A It it, lftilncf.
itrii 'Frit-plume :i:t:i.
JOHN A. OAKKS, lii-nlilenee,
Clll.li' lelr,lMine No. 63.
tf 'satterfield & Dodson.
EVERY DAY'S AN
. ftr ...tnhlishment. and you'll find a hearty welcome
here, ami we will take delight in showing you the many
pretty styles and patterns we have in stock.
Our opening last Monday, Tuesday anJ Wednesday
was everything we could wish it to be it was a
The Coniincj Circus
can not attract much more attention
than has the opening of a large and
. - lim llui .
iresn biock t iinii:crir.i ur umi im,,.,
wood for the past week. A few prices
...:tl ..(....ir .rrvu tirlittt'j t 1 1 tl ruifrt.
Will Bitun JOU viavo k.iw
14 lhs best leaf lard l-"
12 lbs that same seed tic k conue ... . i.n
9 lbs Arhucle cotTee i
10 1bs4-XcolTee 1 0
21b can finest Moclio and Java
8 hox Lenox soan '
12 bars Ark soap '
Hest cucumber pickles, per gallon. .:
(iuartcan best taole syrup.., 10
,1. o. i)ittooi),
No. 6, North Main Street,
Nnxt door to DemocratDtlice.
Kelt Telephone No. 2'4S.
Have a fresh car-load, iust arrived.
Style and flnish can't be equaled.
Come quick and see.
tf dATTKRHELD S 1JO !)()
MUa Om Onad and Mr. Robert
Huiton worn united in marriage last
Sunday morning near Theta, while
on their way to 'church, Itev. li. F.
Isom ofllciating. The bride has for
several years been a correspondent
for the Herald, writing from Mt.
Zlon and Theta, and is a young lady
ot many admiraoie trans oi cnarac
ter. The Herald wishes far her
land tho in nn n f her choice a bright
and prosperous futuie and all the
joy and happiness wedded life can
Tho mtv rain fe Feed Co.. iruar-
tho hitrhpKt nmrkefe price
I( tl J J Kf A v nip" !
for your crop of new corn. See them
Mvaipin of Fines
jis. A. Itostiek.
,;ar, cod's sarsaparilla-for the blood
Lgukranteed to cure. A. B. Uains
and our many admiring friends and patrons went away
delio-htcd with our goods and prices. Those who could
not attend will yet have the opportunity of doing so,
uul we extend a cordial invitation to everyone to come
and see our dUnlay. Do not fail to attend !
Very respectfully, MISS BEATRICE KERWICK,
At the Maury Dry Hoods Company's Store.
A tit uof ! n rr r f tim Tonic Club is
XI IlilA line, - I
lld for Wednesday,
Oct. 5, at 5 o'clock, with Mrs. H. L.
McKinney. All memoers are urgeu
to he nresent. as business oi iinyui
taiice will be transacted.
Pearl i kov ink,
will find we can save them money on
Ha. So:ms. tttbuc-
cos, snuff, matches and oilier goods
sold at Nashville prices. No freight
no drayage. Call and get uu
It K."V.(5amislk Grocery Co.
Lndiflg Feast Their Eye on
Tf there is one thing in Columbia
that can boast of all the patronage
desired, it is a millinery opening.
With four excellent openings, tnere
fore. the ladies have had a feast in
deed this week.
As soon as possible Monday morn
ing Miss Carroll's establishment
was filled with an admiring group
of ladies, and the general verdict
was that Miss Carmll had surpassed
former etf irt and really
eclipsed herself this season. Some
of her patterns were gorgeous. One
II dusiu-n of Heitv Hoyer
nrna In o-reeii and national blue: the
hrim was of urreen. with a shirred
o row II of national blue and a stylish
side arrangement of silk. Prince of
Waia n nmes ana a naiiosouie
ornament completed this stylish lit
inn of Virol's was a Nanolean in
n,,vt unrl national blue. It had
bands of iet aud an encircled ostrich
feather in grey, with pearl orin-
,ona and nil WHS most U C t i S t i (', Ul I V
u rrn nir( 1. This as well as several
others elicited much admiration.
Miss Carroll's graceful and cordial
nlnnma to nil lldds lllUCll to the
nomilnxitv of her establishment, and
ritv irt nttested bv the fact
ii.ui two va nu pm nats were mini
hun hu r or t. no nrst uav ovn
At Ml Kerwlcka.
Miaa Kwrwick's Darlors were gor
geously bedecked with ribbons of
o hunt, hiinri iiiui noueu oiKiiin,
while sweet music accompanied the
ceaseless hum of feminiue voices.
The hats and bonnets were creations
i...,,.i;Qoj oinH ATlaa Kerwick hut
Ul lUTClliicoa, t..x. - -
added to the reputation she achieved
m . 1 a. . a ,1 ti t t 1 rt
last season ior tne iaie nu oijio
her nnrtprns. for her cordial and
nhliirini' manner, and the evident
fact that she is thoroughly at home
in i,or nhoaen line of work. We find
hr something to suit the taste of
ocarvonA. And something to suit
ornrvone'a nurse but no matter
hr,ttr nhonn it. may be. there is that
touch of style in arrangement which
r. haruntorizea a I i e nais nun uuu
nets of this estaousnmeni.
Mr. WlllUmaon's Openln.
Mrs. M. E. Williamson evidently
enured ne ther t me. pains noi
- - ..,
money to maae a gioriuun Buccms ui
her oDeuing on Thursday morning.
ti, ,ionrtlniu wfirn of irreeii and
X IIU ucuviwuw"" - - n
rert intersDersed with palms ana cut
flowers; but these only served to
maba n b read v neautirui scene
hpuntifiil. The real attrac
Dblll iiioiu w-w-
tlon wa the hats the neautnui,
,aufni atvlUh hats and bonnets
Hta el rect irom raris ooxes
iioaa contents had not been
viewed by otner tnau rarisinn fjwi,
One of these beauties was a g iines-
borough in black velvet, llie brim
.sua ontirul v of let over velvet, and
t h HriiiLr side was encircled by the
new Koacli duck piume; Mpngni,
loona o f let and velvet on the side.
" ". . ., . i .i.
wit i hlack satiu riuoou unuei iium
tlie brim behind, completed this
thinir of beauty. Tin-was only one
of tunny : each and all appealed to
the artistic taste of an admiring
rmi.iif. nd Mrs. William-iou re
ceived her visitors with that elegant
ease and grace oi manner so natural
to her and so ciiarming in anyone
Trle l'lfe To-liny.
fnrds have been issued to the
Trade Palace opening to-day and to
morrow. Another feast is open to
the ladies, for tho Palace opmings
are always ivautniu
AFTEKMATII OF THE FIKE.
The city authorities believe some
one cut a section of hose on the
night of the Watson fire, and a re
ward of $"0 has been offered for the
arrest and conviction or informa
tion leading to the arrest and con
viction of the guilty party.
W. H. Watson & Co., have moved
their horses and what vehicles they
have left to their property across
Mu utroul from Hip site of the fire.
which place will be used until they
can rebuild their stable.
The house owned by Win. Puli-
ni.n uiwl of.rollllHl I hv A. M. Morton
and Dr. Miller, which was damaged
hv falling walls, is being repiaceu
by a brick structure, u required by
the city in the law pertaining to vn
building of houses in tlie (Ire district.
Watson & liain. tlie grocers, will
rebuild as early as possible.
The horse belonging W,H Ml
man. which was burned at the Hold
ing lire, will doubt leas have to be
killed, as his injuries are more seri
ous than they were first thought to
he. Mr. Holman, who himself was
aeverely burned, is slo-vly recover
ing from his injuries.
Ahh.ittAr Uiif-hnati will build a
one story brick on the corner of the
To Wheat drawers.
I am in the market to pay tne
hiuiipat eah nrico for your crop,
large or small, at any railroad sta
tion in Maury County, nave oom
the Citizens' ana lieu leiepnuae.
Call me over either.
S. H. Nichols,
tf Carter's Creek, Tenn.
Thrown From the Train.
Alhert Porter, colored, an em
ploye of the Pump Factory, yjas
painiuiiy hurt last oaruruay muiu
ing. Potter liven some distance
from the factory on the N., C. & St.
L. railroad, and lul been accus
tomed to riding in to his work on
the Lewisburg train, neretoiore
the train had "slowed up" at the
fun.t.nrv. hut on this occasion it was
behind time and going rather fast
when it passed fli.it point, i orver
intoned from the curs and alighted
on the ground head fore mo.-c, inllkt-
ing an ugly gasrf across ins ioreueuu
and rendering him unconscious for
some time. Tlie injury is not dangerous.
Bushels new corn in the ear wanted
by theJpity Urain fc Feud Cj.
or teFphone them. tf
AMcrinaii HoiL'e Will Hesign.
Alderman A. A. Hodge, of the
Fourth Tenne-se lt"gimnnt, IJ. H.
V., who is here on a furlough, will
meet wh the Board or M lyor and
A ldurin:iti in their leLMilar monthly
session to night, after which lie will
tender his rerdgtiatimi, and a siUJes
or to fill his place will be. elecWll.
Mr. Hodge s regiment, it is inouui.
will be one of the number that will
be sent to Cuba.
very proud m the
CirxAniftS.iraiuiiiriiia ior tlie blood
guaranteed to cure. A. li. Kaiks
We have "old more than fifty
HooMer Drills this season. -The
h. st will seli. Oive your order quick
if vou want one. See
if SATrEKKIEI.il & DoP-ON.
We are very proud en tlie Drill
trade we are having, and are moro
fully convinced than ever that the
Housier is the best. ! armors Know
a good thing when they see it. Bee
tf S.VTTKKHI'I.li & DousoN.
We want to buy your wheat at op
prices and furnish sacks,
it ASHTON EROS