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THE COLUMBIA HKKAl.u: FKIDAV, OCTOBER 14. lRS.
We carry the most oomplete stock
of imkxIh in Columbia. -We
conduct our orn bMienn! Will
take on orier for any rendy-mad
t'lil'iria'i iiuv (. I et.l.,ij ,liilUit
o.y. who keep up with
the Uteri style of work.
Salts to order ? 1 ..C0 nj.
Trtcsers to trder 4.00 np.
Remember the name,
MAURICE, The Tailor,
0. P. Rutledge&Co.,
Oie: I. - rr. 17, Masonic Buildinz.
SPEnt.ri: Fire. Tornado, Plau
Glass. Kniplityer 'Liability and Steam
Boiler In irrtDce. ' Janlo
Thweatt & Morton,
At Kutrir' old stand, West Seventh
street. A full line of
Candies, Fruits, Cigarsjobacco.
Hot coffee and lunch served at all
time. Kvervthing new and fresh.
W. C. SALMON. W. B.TI K.VER
Attorney? -it I.'itr and
Solicitor in Clt'tncrrij.
Will practice In state and Federal Courts.
Hp:inl at'nron given to the collection of
elaims and Ult-inent of estates.
t.W't oyer J-iimicr J: Merchant Hunk.
Get our Summer ORAI I
TV carry the following well-known brands:
and J K l.l.l CO.
O0ce: Untile i i hl S'nnd.
July 'J fii':ciV Telephone o. ''I
V. II. OAVIS A to
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY.
OflK-e: Frf-it rooms In Masonic Temple,
ovi-r Fiuu-r McIemore s s'ore.
N. B. I Irnv moved from th Wbitthorne
bl-. ; ic.i.i-ni.n r to call at my new quar
ters. APMIM-.TKATOH tl.K.
k.Hnttirdav i ictober 15. K. at in o'olock.
I vi -f! ; pt-r-ontil effects of .Istiins i'.
M'ljnw. ftl Ins lute reid-nc- near
l'ttim!jia. .1 I. Mi Gaw. .Win.
ljnMiik .'iiiil.-,i i the Administrator
tM f.,:n-. .,; ..'nm.- c. Mctiaw. d.-cea.-d. ail
IMWtiis bav x claims atalnst aid eHiie
hth ti fi.-i... i.oiUi-il to ftfr them, dulvau-tbHtiticat-i'.
wiri a. L. Thomas, t'ounty
four! fl'tk. on or l-fore I ecemaT 21. lv..
or they will he f.ot-vr bHrrd. And all par
ti imit-iti -) to -ai.l estate ore requested
tocoine forwnrd mid make settlement.
IaMF.H L. McItAW.
flavin (jli:i.'(i a Administrators of
thiVmu- .-. s. Porter, deceased, we here
by notify Hi.' parties having claims against
.said esut e :o flit: ttinn with A. I.. Thtniiii,
County Oouri l?.-rk. duly aulhentlcalt-d.
o or before th "tu day of April. l. or the
W wi'1 he 'orever tmrred. Anil all partu s
iiBTMttcd to said estate will please come
ferwHrd ar.d miOte settlement.
C. H.i J. H. PoKTEK, Administrators.
We nre r.-ithorired toannounc Col. N.N.
:r. of Willi un-oii Coanty. as a candidate
fir re-election to Congress at the ensuing
l't IJLIf SCHOOL SOTLS.
A liari(l-nme and substantial tone
fence i b ing erected in frott of our
ea-mpus on Kuibarvo street.
The pupils of Hall No. 4 and the
Hiuh rScliool htive organised into a
society for mutual improvement
uad pleasure. The name of the bo
eietv it "Kxcelnion." and Bieetings
are lel or alternrfte Friday after
nons. ieyiiioar fiamuels was elect
ed President, and Miss Mary Willie
Ffle rstMi, Secretary. As the mem
barshij' i Uri;e the members are di
vWml into two sections, styled
"odds" .nd "evens." each with its
own programme committee. Th
'3ds" nave chosen Iklit blue for
their Co'. and the "evens," dark
rt'd. The combination institutes
th- bociety colors. Dr. I C. Kelley
favoieu me socjvty wtlh a highly
itrteiestiuw lecture on China lat
Fwday alternoon. MiM Sheppard
atrnn a very sweet solo.
Miss Friel expresses herself as de
listed with the arrttniienietit ol the
firt am! second grades coming at
NOs 8cott's dejwrUnent, I fill No.
2. is the, fullest in s?lul. Kvery
seal is filled, and some i'f the boys
arseat d with Aliss Friel.
The third grades are delighted
wiLh thur lew arithtiietics ik1
41.9 WMlie Dowell entered Vie
HCki School Monday.
Willie Hatterield entered tlie 7th
M vrtle SpeAl, Nana Fari9. ilt
Bifiitt. Hiram Tit comb. I.awrenc
PrTver, I'aul Uant htr-p keen pro
inoted to thp Sttj i.Tad. having
shown superior aOility as studsnts.
aa'dHnusually tliarouvih preparation
itjfffe lywerUaamiikrhchool urodeg.
tTsjie Friel aad Blmer WilHs were
tendered a like promotion, but pr
fernd to remain in the Tth gradv
CITV SUED FOR J,000.
The State Want Tax on all Cmm
Tried is the Police Court.
On September 27, 1898, the State of
Tennessee, through its attorney, I.
W. Smith, filed a bill in Chancery
Court at this place, seeking to re
cover from the Board of Mayor and
Aldermen, under the revenue laws
of the State, taxes on all fires
assessed in the citv court between
May 21, 11. and July 25, 1j5, for
violation of the virious police ordi
nances. The State claims, from an
examination made of the city rec
ord. that these flnea an'rejrate
2.101.61. with interest from year to
year, nnd that this amount has been
appropriated to the city's use. The
bill states that complainant is en
titled to a tax on each and every
case tried in the citv court during
the period named. For some reason,
however, the State has never col
lected these taxes, and they have
been allowed to accue from yetr to
year. Similar bills have also been
tiled against nearly every other
municipality in the State. The
Hoard of Mayor and Aldermen,
throuzh its attorney, demurred to
the bill this week, on the grounds
that there is no equity in the bill,
and that theact of ltol. under which
complainant seeks to recover taxes,
&ud various other acts following,
which are similar in substance, are
not applicable to recorders' and
trwyors' courts, but only apply to
Justice of the Peace courts under
the "small otfense" lsw. and sub
missions, and that there has been
no conversion of the taxes of the
State by the city, and could not be,
for the reason that the same has
never been collected. The case was
set for hearing before Chancellor
Abernathy Monday, but. od account
of the absence of attorneys for com
plainant, it was continued until to
day. Chancellor Abernathy adjourned
court Tuesday evening until this
Baggie and Snrrles.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medium grade
buggies, surries, and pheetons in
the city. Call and see
tf Satterfield A Dodsox.
.Mrs. A. O. Kennedy.
After an illness of long duration.
Mrs. Bessie Topp Kennedy, wife of
Dr. A. O. Kennedy, entered peace
fully iuto rest on last Monday at the
home of her father in Giles county,
where she had been for several
months. The funeral services were
conducted at the family residence
Tuesday afternoon by Rev. Mr.
Kennedy, of Pulaski, and the inter
ment took place at Cornersvllle.
Deceased was a pure christian, of a
most lovable dispositi . and by her
noble traits o' q r.,,-ier had en
deared herself to a lute circle of
friends. To the reived husband
and one little child who are left
surviving her, the deepest sympathy
A. T. Campbell.
Mr. A. T. Campbell died on Thurs
day evening of last week at his
hsine in the Culleoka neighborhood,
in the 74th year of his age. The
burial took place Friday in the
Wilkes graveyard, funeral services
being conducted by Rev. W. H.
Johtitsan. Deceased was a highly
respected citizen, aud his death will
be deeply regretted. He was an ex
Confederate soldier, and fought
bravely for his native Southland
during those trying days in the six
ties. The bereaved family have the
sympathy of everyone.
F. M. Walton.
Mr. F. M. Watson died on Thurs
day of last week at his home in
Soath East Columbia, in the 72nd
year of his age Deceased had been
a sutlerer for some time from par
alysis. The funeral services were
conducted Friday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the residence by Rev. D.
T. Waynick, and the burial was in
Koe Hill Cemetery. Deceased was
welf knowu throughout this county,
and leaves many friends to deplore
Little Grace McPhee died Tues
day at the home of her parents in
"o'rth Columbia, aged 7 years. The
immediate cause of the death was
paralysis o' the throat, resulting
from "diphtheria. The funeral ser
vices were conducted at the resi
dence Wednesday atternoon at 3 o'
clock by Rev. F. B. Webb, and the
interment was at Rose Hill. The
bereaved parents have the sym
pathy of everyoue In their loss.
Mr. Hfllary Gresham, a young
man of the Park's Station neighbor
hood, died on Thursday of last wt ek,
in the 22nd year of -his age. The in
terment took pjace Friday in the
cemetery a Pleasant Muni, the
services being conducted at the
b'arwoed's Sarparilla or the blood
gaarajiteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
Fm saimH Called Prom E!ianees.
Jiiss Loalie Mc Jivock is visiting
he ister, Mrs. J. i. MicheM, .n Co-Lumb-u.
Williamson County News
Mr. Henry Wilsius returned fro
Columbia Saturday. Fay ttteville
Mrs. S. W.Tid well and family, of
Culleoka. are visiting relatives here.
As County Court Clerk Thomas
aud Prof. Allen were driving out on
fi Sowell's Milt pke on Thursday'
evening ist week, after danli,
khHir vebiele eolliJed wif h a bugi'v
cpied by Messrs. W. R. DoWitTs
jtrad Fred Fisher, who were drlvftig
hia ta'town. Fortunately, no one was
ser4oly has but Mr. Allen kad
one of his eyes slietiHy Injured and
Mr. Thomas received a few bruises.
Their buiy was also somewhat dis
figure. Messrs., Dobbins and Fisfier
fawd better, however, as ttiey e
aped wtUiuut Hijury either to them
selves or vehicle.
in your internal economy.
You probably do not realize
it, but it takes only a few
doses to gtop those awful
head aches. Don't allow
them to become chronfe.
We can reach all kinds, liver,
stomach, nerves, etc., with
our Celery and Kola Cora
pound. GEORGE S. ALCORN,
OLD "VETS" AT ITLaSKI.
Town Put od Gala Attire Senator Tur
ley Makes a Speech.
Pulaski was gaily bedecked in
flairs and buntin? Wednesday to re.
ceive the old '-Vets," the occasion
being the tenth annual meeting of
the Association of Confederate Sol
diers, Tennesse division. About 100
delegates were present, representinir
various bivouacs in the State, and
several hundred visitors.
One of the features of the reunion
was a speech bv Senator Thomas R.
Turley. who was introduced to the
audience bv Dr. D. C. Kelley, of this
city. In speaking of the manner in
which he joined the armt. Senator
Turley said that not only had he not
run. -i way from home "to join the
Confederate army, but that his
mother had armed and clothed him
fjr that purpose an J had taken him
uiiu uiiu UOUD mill 0UU?()CCU
in the cause of the South and Con
federacy. The Association adjourned yester
day. Tiie Latest styles
in millinery, and the best
CORSETS, SIDE COMBS
etc., can be found at
Mrs, M. E. WILLIAMSON'S
at T. N. Figuers' Shoe Store.
SHini EAST SIDE.
Mrs. J. R. Kniskew and b iby, of
Chicago. Ill , are here on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tucker.
Mrs. Sarah Ledbetter and brother.
Mr. Charlie Reed, of Mt. Joy, also
Mr John Perry, from Texas, are
visiting in our midst this week.
Dr. Joe Osment, of Chattanooga,
is visiting relatives in our midst this
Mr. Jesse Wilson is attending the
Reunion at Pulaski this week.
Miss Malalicie Howard, of Hurri
cane Switch, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. James Griffln.
Mrs. J. W. Jaynx was visiting the
old folks at hotnj lat wek.
Mr. A F Br jwn h isretutned from
Darlas, Text. While there he met
up with manv Columbia people.
Mr. F. M. Watson, one of our land
marks, departed this life on last
Thursday evenfcig at 5:3i) o'clock, at
the advanced age of 73 years, after a
on and lingering illness. He leaves
four soas. three ef whom are now
living in Texas; also three brothers
and one sister, who re a'l living in
thi,s couaty. The funeral was
preathed at the residence Fri'lar
afternoon at 3 :30 o'clock by the Rev.
D. T. Wtcyaick, after which the re
mains were teideriy Wd away by
loving hands in Rose Hill cemeterv
Kieaide the remains of his wife, who
iad only a short time airo nassed
over into th great beyond. We ex
tend to the bereaved ones our heart
felt sympathy, and mav an All-
Wre Providence watch over andfi
eep you, and may you each one be.
agaia muted m thit beautiful home
of djre bk-ssed. Tk.mp.
COAL ANI COKE.
Te are sole agents for the follow
ing well-know and popular coals:
St. Bernard, Empire,
Th Xtrth JfHiro, f!n0,
And Ik-rnnrd lump aart eruthrd
Coke Please send at yur orders.
John A. tYiHier & Co.
VaR't Aire ruse IT.
"I see hjr the papers that F.. ft- tra
gedian, travels urfder bit wife tnaaage-
"So do most men, onlv tbey don't ad
The "Harvest Supper" given in
the Pythian Hall last Fridav night
by Mrs. W. A. Ruttle'a Sundav
school class, assisted by the Ladies'
Aid Society of the First Methodist
Church, was in every way a success,
and the large crowd in attendance
found a rich feast both for the mind
and body, and the entertainment
something unique in the way of
church suppers. The proceeds,
which netted something more than
$50, will be given to a fund to build
arn annex to the First Methodist
Church, to be used for Sunday
In addition to the banquet, which
consisted of everything pleasing to
the palate, the mind was treated to
a delightful feast in th nature of a
program consisting of music, recita
tion, and an address bv Rev. Mr.
Lee. The violin solo wa by Miss
Mary Dale Figuers, the gifted little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fig
uers. accompanied by Mrs. Kelley
on the organ, aud was very much en
joyed by the audience, as was also
the humorous recitation by Mis
Lucy Haley, which was rendered in
her usual happy style. Rev. Baker
P. Lee, Rector of St. Peter's Episco
pal Church, delighted the audience
with a ten minutes talk, which was
not only pleasant to listen to. but in
structive as well, and full of that
broad Christ-like religion which
characterizes all of Mr. LeV- talks,
whether from the pulpit, at the
noonday prayer-meeting or a
church festival. Mr. John Trotwood
Moore was called for, but decliued,
with the remark that to attempt to
add to or take from what Mr. Lee
had said, would but mar an already
perfect evening. Mr. F. D. Lander
was Master of Ceremonies for the
occasion. Special credit is to be
given to Mrs. Ruttle for the care she
took in arranging for the evening
and the perfect manner in which
the program was carried out; but
she was ably assisted by her Sunday
school class, and Mrs. Geo. S. Al
corn, Mrs. W. J. Oakes, and others
of the Ladies' A'd Society.
The young men of the Century
Club gave a delightful German in
the club parlors on Thursday even
ing of last week. The dance was
led by Mr. Fred W. Evans and Miss
Alie Dixon, and the pleasure of the
evening was all the more increased
by several vocal renditions by Mrs.
C. A. Forgey.
All member of the Army Comfort
Circle are requested to meet at the
Rethell House next Tuesday after
noon at 4 o'clock. And all who have
any copies of the war editiou of the
Knoxville Tribune, are requested to
make their report, in order that the
money may be sent forward.
The Wednesday Afternoon Club
will have its meeting ou Wednes
day the PJth with the Misses Towler.
All young ladies not present at the
last meeting and desiring member
ship in the club, will please notify
the hostess before 10 o'clock Wed
nesday. Mrs. H.I. Arnold, of Cleveland, O ,
and Mrs. Fulmer, of New Orleans,
were the honorees of a most enjoy
able card party on Thursday even
ing of last week, given by ilr. and
Mrs. R. L. McKinney. Refresh
ments were served.
The ladiea of Zion Church will
conduct an entertainment on Friday
eveninir. October 21. at the residence
of Mr. W. W. Stephenson, on the
Hampshire pike, for augmenting the
organ fund. All are cordially in
vited. The Daughters of the Confederacy
will give a dinner in Columbia on
the first Monday in November.
Further notice will be given next
The Current Topic Club was de
lightfully entertained last Mondav
afternoon by Mr. R. L McKinney,
at her home on North High street.
MissMina McLemore entertainer!
at whist Tuesday morning at her
home on South fnin street. Dai tit v
refreshments were served.
Choice Need Wheat.
. We have a quantity of exceeding
ly choice cleaned seed wheat, test
ing 62 pounds per bushel, which we
offer at 75 cents per bushel.
Columbia Mill Elevator Co.
The drue-store of Miller (colored).
on South Mainstreet.which wasdam
aged during the Watson Are by fall-
ing walls, was discovered on Are last
Wednesday morning. The Are coaa
pany answered the alarm promptly,
but the house was badly damaged
before the blaze could be extin
guished. The house, which was
owned by Wm. Buchnau, was in
sured for $2H0 in the Guardian, and
the stock was insured for $S00 in the
Insurance Company of North Amer
ica, wUh Frierson '& Tucker. The
stock was damaged to the extent of
about f 400.
ftnm B. Sichols,
oft aMer's Creek, hastelephone con
nection witn an parts of the county,
using both the Bell and Citizens'.
and warKs to buy wheat, delivered
at aay railroad station in Maury
LIVB STOCK NOTES.
Star Pointer has paced nine miles,
in public, at the average rate of two
Y-auuhn Alexander chinnp.l torn
car-loads of cattle to Louisville Sat
Houston Thomas shipped a load of
h.g to Louisvrtle last Saturday
J. F. Odell to Miss Dora Wilsoa.
Berkshire Pigs fop Sale.
I have a number of fine registered
Berkshire pigs for sale cheap.
ju9 E. D. Loon by.
Supplies at the
We are agents for the American
Book Company and ca 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 lc.
Rubber Tip Pencils, lc. 2c, 3c.
Flag Slate Pencils, 2c dozen.
Pen Holders, 4c dozen.
Pen Holders, lc. 2c. each.
Best School Pens, 4c dozen.
Plain School Slates. 3c, 4c, 5c each.
Covered School Slates, single, 5c,
Covered School Slates, double, 10c,
Lirge assortment School Bags at
5c. 10c. 14c, 19c. 24c.
Book Straps, 6c, 8e, 10c, 14.
Larger and better for the money
than ever before shown.
Large pencil tablets, lc, 2c, 3c, 4c,
and the largest on record 5c each.
Ink tablets. 3c. 4c. 5c each.
Composition Books, 3c, 4c and 5c
Blank Drawing Books, 5c and 8c
Drawing Cards, all numbers, 10c.
Good Black Ink, 3c bottle.
Best School Crayons, 8c box.
School Rulers, lc, 2c, 3c each.
Lunch Baskets and Boxes at 10c,
14c. 19c aud up.
Our stock is full and complete in
these lines and we will not be un
dersold. OVER THE C0OTT
Farmers are hustling now gather
The gubernatorial candidates
should be given a good crowd to
day. Mr. Harrison Tankersley, of the
Iron Bridge nigbborhood, is visiting
his sister iu Pulaski.
Farmers in the Water Valley
neighborhood will sow a large acre
age of wheat this fall.
Miss Lucy Bradeu, of Campbell's
Station neighborhood, has gone to
Texas to teach school.
Dr. J. E. Dixon, of Ashwood, is
visiting his dauhter, Mrs. J. A.
Witherspoon, in Nashville
Let every Democrat attend 'the
McMillin-Fowler epeaking to dav
and bring his enthusiasm with him.
Luther McDonald, of Campbell's
Station, has entered the Medical
Department of Vanderoilt Univer
sity. Mr. 8. G. Oarv and familtr hvn
moved from the Spring Hill neigh-
oornooa 10 tne iicuaw place near
Miss Hortense Roberts has re
turned to Rock Hill, S. C, and re
sumed her duties as teacher in the
McKissick Br oh of nnoiitt.
Creek, have made over 1,000 gallons
oi sorgnum ana nave that much
more 10 mane.
Private NatC. Hiokey, of Com
pany B., First Tennessee, has been
given an honorable discharge by the
Mrs. C. Smith and daughter Miss
Kate, of M urfreeAhorn h rn
turned home after an ex'teuded visit
to relatives in Maury.
Biirbvville and Pohiskl will iin
hand" next week. The Herald's
marriage column will tail
' a 1
about it after it occurs.
Prof. J. O. Mahonev. nf h mi ntain
Creek, has accepted a position to
teach school in Texas, and left a few
days since to begin upon his duties.
After spending the summer an
their farm near Fountain Creek,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McDonald left
last week for their winter home In
Dr. Howlett and Dr. Sheddan
have been in attendance at the
meeting of the Mississippi Valley
Medical Association in Nashville
Wanteds One or two vearr old
stallion colt by Brown Hal. Ad
dress. R. E. Grant. Middlport,
Ohio, dealer Jn boilers, engines,
pumps aud machinery of every de
scription. oct7 2t
Capt. E. P. Winston, as agent, has
sold the old Thomas H. Bond place,
on the Columbia pike, of 205 ares,
to D. W. Irvine, af Maury Coifnty!
for $11,000. Mr. Irvine and hi
mother will move to their ne-w pur
chase and eaide there inH :ii
, t - -- -- -- 1 " " - will lc
welcomed by the commuakv.
Tfia cittr Drain jl vA ,, '
buy your coVnTn the'elr Tears at VlSlm W1?h8U0
any station. .. yLmtMZ he made a cIea"
The Tennessee Annual Conference
will be held in Clarksville. begin
ninr next Tnurdav, Oct. 20. This
session will doubtless be one of
Presiding Elder W. R. Peebles
preached in the South Columbia
Methodist church last Sunday night.
The Ladies Union Prayer-meeting
will meet to day at 3 o'clock, with
Mrs. Maria J. Wilson. Bible topic,
Psalms 34th chap., 19th verse.
Elder Lipscomb, of Nashville, is
holding a series of meetings at
The triennial council of the Epis
copal church has been in session in
Washington this week.
Dr. D. C. Kelley will occupy his
pulpit at the First MethodNt church
next Sunday for the last time dur
ing this conference year, and will
leave the first of next week toattend
Conference at Clarksville. His
many friends here hope that he
may be returned to this charge
Services are being held at the
Baptist Church every night this
week except Saturday. Rev. J. H.
Thompson, the pastor, is delivering
some tine sermons, and good-sized
,rowds have been in attendance.
Dr. Eiward Thompson. Secretary
of the Sunday League of America,
and a distinguished lecturer, w.ll be
in the oity next Sunday and deliver
three addresses. He will speak in
the First BapMst Church a 11 a. m.;
in the First Presbyterian church at
3 p. in., and in the First Methodist
Church at 7:30 p. in. Dr. Thompson
comes in defense of the Cbristiaa
Sabbath and seks to further the
movement for the Better keepiug of
the Lord's Day.
The Synod of Tennessee of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Cnurch
will meet in annual session at Mc
Minuville on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Owing to inclement weather there
was no meeting of the King
Daughters yesterday. Next meet
ing Thursday, Oct. 20, at 4 o'clock p.
m., with Mrs. W. B. Greenlaw.
Subject. Consecratiou." Refer
ence, Rom. 12, 1. All members re
quested to do voluntary work, I. H.
The Maury County Sunday-school
Association met yesterday in semi
annual session at Zion Church. A
full report will be given iu our next
Fifth Sunday Meeting.
Following is rhe program for the
5th Sunday meeting to be held with
Elk Ridge Baptist Church, Oct. 3
and 31 :
"The Obligations of each church mem
ber to contribute to the support of tha
uospel.'' T. Ieurnam, J. A. Scott.
"The duty that a church owes to the
neighborhood in which U is located."
Joe Vesey, W. T. I'ssery.
Why should the mission spirit he cul
tivated in every church meinbei
"Why should a Sunday-school be organ
ized and KUdtained in every churcuT'
T. T. Thompson, J. Highi.
Lebanon Heights Sunday-school
has been moved to Dr. J. T. Akin's
place aud will be ready for school
Rev. Granville Allison.of Pulaski,
preached iu St. Peter's Episcopal
Church last Sunday. Rev. Baker P.
Lee occupied Mr. Allison's pulpit ia
Fourth round of quarterly meetings of
the Columbia District, Tennessee Con
Moorsville, at Forest Grove . .Oct. 15, 16.
W. R. Peeblks, P. E.
P. O. address, Fountain Creek, Tenn.
Largest and best assorted stock ia
the city. 8ee
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
In a Are at Shanghi, China, last
week, a thousand lives were lost.
Dora RiVhurHinn PUn u ji
' - -w.w.-m.mvm v j , uiu Ul
VorPed child. wife nf Oi, P.3,:.
M. Clay, has married a "younger
love in the person of Riley Block,
who is a member of the Second
Kentucky, U. S. V.
Oil last Thnrsrljir nih- KVw,..
entered two sleeping coaches on the
trnK-i. : I j , .
au-u lanroau running oetweea
New York and
lleved the passengers of about $5 000
I at evt nnnn..l L 1
au tiiuuery ftliu VHIUttOies.
Mai. ftfii r.-ivfn f.tif. o -
j - ... . in ifii jr VTiJV
emor of th- Dp trtment of Santiago,
has been granted a three months'
leave of absence because nf ill
Hiram S Mtrlm - fk
. ----- . i wio imiiuirs
rapid-fire gun inventor, has beea
arrested in New York, charged with
Gen. John M. Palmer, who headed
the Palmer and Buckner ticket ia
the last Presidential campaign, has
announced his intention of return
ing io i.ie uemocratic rold.
William Tull, a carpenter, in Okla-
holBH.. fell .V, foof O.,..,
struck on his head, and, the earth be-
iik boh, ms nesa sunn into it. H
was dragged out uninjured, though
The subject nf Bin a I n(fM 1 ... . .
- - j ... our,,,,,, UCe II
churches is being discussed now bi
the pastors and ch
several ckies. and a rVmedy is asked
for. IKunlU a I'kl. T
. ,..tJ a vuit.iKu paper sent
a thousand potal cards to men
all stations in fiTe, arid a majority f
the reasons aent In was that there-is
a lack of enthusiasm on the part of
ehurch members, rtiat they seldom
talk religion and practice it in a
practical way. If all the churches
of the big city of Chicago were filled
every Sunday they could not at
comiaodate more than one sixth of
the population of the City, and onfc
bout half of those who are church
members attend services with a
degree et regularity .-Clarksville
..An blon couniy farmer nnmori
Hopper, raised ou three acres nf land