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THE COLUMBIA HEliALl): FKIDAY. JUNE 11. 1!T
4 TIME 1 TIDE WAIT FOR NO MAN, OR WOMAN EITHER, as to that. Don't Delay if You Want to Make One Dollar Do the Work of Two. Our great cut price sale of stock bought from the Underwriters fire auction sale of the Ely Walker Com pany, at St. Louis, is still on, and will be for the balance of this Week and Monday. Black Silk Sublime, 58 cents, it eteid of 11.25. Black 10 inch Sicilian 37)2 cents, in stead Of (DC. Black all wool Serge, 29 cents, in stead of 4"c. Taffeta Silks, checks and stripes, 39c instead ot oc. Wool Dress Goods, checks and mix ed, 29 cents, instead of 50o. 30-inch English Penangs, ! cents instead of 12b.c. Zephyr Dress Ginghams, 5 cent?, in stead ot luc. 30 inch Brown Linen, pure, 17Jac, in stead of 30c. Donegal Linen Suiting, loc, instead of 30 cents. Best make Gray Prints, 4,' Jc, instead of G'.ie. Turkey Red and Dress Prints, 3'aC and 4c. All Linen Crash, plain and plaid, fie. All Linen Large Towels, 10 cents and 12 cents. 10-4 Bleached Sheets, hemmed and ready, 4Sc. Jersey ribbed .Vesta, oc and 10c. Men's Light Balbriggan Under wear, 2"c. Handkerchiefs, lc, fie, 10c. India and China Dress Silks, 19c. Colored Taffeta Silks, slighly dam aged, 2fc. AND IF ITS SHOES, V e are yours, and you are ours you'll only come and price, to say. vou can save 25c to That is f0c on every pair. This great sale is attracting the crowd. Sooner you come and longer you stay, the better off you'll be. MAURY DRY GOODS & SHOE COMPANY. PYTHIAN KNIGHTS Decorate the Grave of Tlwlr Dead Brothers In Kotie Hill. Last Sunday afternoon a large number of the members of Colum bia Lodge of Knights of Pythias met at their hall and marched out to Hose Hill Cemetery, for the purpose of decorating the graves of departed knichts. The services which were simple but Quite impressive, were opened with a prayer by Rev. W. A. Pro vine. Hon. James A. Smiser made an interesting address on the princi pies and purposes of the Pythian order, which was enjoyed by all; after which the tlowers, which were hemitiful and in the greatest pro fusion, were strewn on the graves of tho sleenimr knights. Following is a list of the Pythian dead who are buried in Rose HUI Rev. Mr. Maxey, Joh G. Bailey, Col. X. R. Wilkes. William Biek- nell. William Meek, Rev. W. A Havnes. Clvde Adkisson, William Hine, Fletcher McKennon, G. W Jackson. R. H. Oirilvie and H. A. McLemore. LOOK OUT NOW I HOW CASH DO TALK ! 1.(0 will buv 20 lbs best granulated sin:. !i packages coffee $1.,MI s packages belter coffee $1.00 7 packages A. 11., and 4-X eolTee . . . $1.00 ! lbs good in ecu coffee $1.00 Good salmon libit) '' Fanev Maine corn 10 Good'corn 07 is o.. (Jueen olives 10 o. yueen olives :i-lb California peaches :t-lb California apricots a-lb ltaltimorc peaches 2-lb pickled onions 2-lb nickle. mixed .i .10 .10 .1 Jelly powder, mixed Matches, three dozen boxes ijuart jar jelly Iiiioortcil sardines .10 .25 .1 .10 These prices mean for CASH only. See us before you sell your produce W. E. McKENNON. If Manry Comity Wheat. Savs our Bear Creek correspon dent: "Mr. W. H. Mitchell has the finest field of wheat in this vicinity It is five feet liigh on an average and is so thick that it will bold up a man's hat when thrown out on it. Can anyone beat it? Farmer! Farmer! Farmer! McLemore lias always paid th luVhest market in ice tor corn am wheat, and will continue to do so, the McLemore Corn Mill or at any railroad station, tf Ci iy Grain & Fkkd Co. Help Feed the Old Soldiers. All nelsons who will contribute rations to lie in feed the old Con federates who up not able to f. th.-inselves at the Nashville Re onion, will report to their commit tow-Hum iii each district. Ninth .ii.triet contributions will be re ceived at the stores of Gamble Gro nre!n. Ami J. T. I j. (oehran on Friday and Saturday, June IStb am lsith. not later than o'clock Satur PERSONALS. Edgar James, of Florence, Ala is here. Miss Henrietta Lazarus is in Nashvillo. Mr. T. C. Petri is in Birmingham. Ala., on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Vossare vis iting in Nashville. John L. Miller has returned to Corsicanna, Texas Miss Ethel Bettison is the guest of relatives in Nashville. Mrs. A. J. Maneram is visiting relatives in Nashville. F. S. Woldridge, of New York, is here for a week's visit. Miss Rena Swansburir is visiting friends in Mt. Pleasant. Rush Ores ham, of Culleoka, was here several days this week. Dr. J. A. Edwards spent a few days in Nashville this week. Miss Helen Higdon is visiting the family of Mr. Albert Shields. Miss Dot Ewing has returned from a visit to Lowisburg relatives. Mrs. Tennie Woldridg, of Frank lin, is visiting her son, f alter. Mrs. Parrot, of Georgia, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robt. Pillow. Mrs. A. Samuels is spending a week with relative in Nashville. Aaron Green, of Murfreesboro, was in the city several days last week. Mr. Sol Gross was in Nashville several days this week on business. Miss Sadie Williams, of Anniston, Ala., is visiting Mrs. A. J. Nichols. Miss Fannie Taylor returned Saturday from a visit to Nashville. Miss Kittio Brownlow has been visiting friends in Nashville this week. Miss Rebekah Ward, of Nashville, visited Miss Florence l-arrell last week. Charlie Frierson, of Nashville, is the guest of Ins aunt, Mrs. E. II. Hatcher. Mrs. Barksdale, of Kentucky, visiting the family of Mai. J. is T. Williamson. Miss Lula Fry, of Marshall, Texas, will arrive to-morrow to visit Miss Mamie Hodge. Miss Alia Clary, of Bell Buckle, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Kelley this week. Miss Louise Frierson, after a visit to Nashville and Franklin friends, lias returned home. J. I). Searcey, of Cullman, Ala., formerly an attache of the Herald, was here this week. Mrs. James Avent (nee Miss Lena Frierson), of Murfreesboro, is visi ting her mother here. Madame Esteve left last week for Washington, I). C, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Starke. Mrs. Geo. Blackburn, Miss Mary, and little John Parham, have gone up to see the Centennial. Mrs. G. W. Nichols and George, Jr., of Livingston, Ala., are visiting Rev. Mr. Ussery and family. Miss Fannie Louise Smith has as guests Misses Ethel Hulver and Mary McJvenzie, or .Lebanon. Miss Henrietta Frierson, of Co lumbia, is the guest of relatives on Russell street. Nashville Sun. Mrs. Eugene Barrow, of Forest City, Ark., is the guest of her par ents, Mr. ana Mrs. R. C. enure n. Miss Mable French, of Kentucky, who was tho guest of Miss Janie Elam, returned home last week. Dr. C. H. Moak, of New York, spent several days with Dr. J. 11. Wilkes and family tne past weeK. Mr. Henry Wood and family left Saturday for Lawrenceburg, where they will make their tuture Home. Miss Louise Frierson, of Columbia, has been visiting Miss Sadie Mc Fadden. Williamson County News. Mrs. Alex Harvey and children, of Baltimore, are expected to-morrow, to visit her brother, Mr. W.C. Whit tliorne. Mrs. William H. Pillow and Miss Mollio Mack, are visiting Nashville friends and seeing the Centennial together. Mrs. T. F. Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Burns and little Child, ot Fvansville. Ind.. are visiting rela fives here. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith have returned to their home, Peoria, III., after a few days visit to Mrs. J. C. Carroll and family. Mrs. E. I. Joyce returned last . - 1 . II II - T I .. week irom riaiuiieni, j., wneie she had been for several months, much improved in health. Messrs. E. E., C. N. and Briggs McLemore and Andrew Dale visited the Nashville Exposition on last Wednesday, Millers' Day. Misses Kate and Mary Wilkes left this week for Milwaukee, Wis., where they will pay an extended visit to Mrs. O. Z. Bartlett. Miss Eva James is in Birmingham, Ala., this week, where she acted as one of the attendants at the Morrow Smith marriage yesterday evening. Capt. John Campbell, of St. Louis, was here this week, to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. William Mctlaw, who died in Bowling Green, Ky. Mrs. Henry Martin, who lias been on a protracted visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J" J. Stephenson, at Ashwood, has returned to Midway, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dale, of Mom phis, are visiting relatives here. Mr. Dale was quite sick before his arrival, but, we are glad to state, is improving now. Hew I). T. Waynick spent several days in Gurley, Ala., this week, wliere he made an addivs before the literary society of the Robert Dou nell High School. M isses Lura and Oeta Hale re returned to their home in Murfrees boro yesterday, after a visit t Misses Florence Farrell and Minni- and Daisy Towler. Miss Maude Williamson left Wed nesday for Berkley, Vh., where she will officiate as brides-maid at the marriage of her friend, Miss Lula Butt, to Dr. Bradford. Mrs. CI irencs B. Hayes and Miss Cameo Henton will arrive from St. TIib Historu of Tea repeats itself. In olden times the apothecary used to sell tea used to sell the best and only tea. The modern up-to-date apothecary also sells the best tea. Our 5 o'clock brand, "Rains' Blend," has been specially selected for particular people'. We are as careful about it as we are about our drugs, and the microscopic and other tests tell us it is all tea. You will agree with us when you taste it. It Is iut up In 1 ll DackafR at . .H." l-'i lb n'liui;' at 4." 1-4 ll imcUmjes at 4.tc. RAINS, THE DRUGGIST. If you are a judge of tea we would bo glad to have you try it; if not, buy from. your grocer. Paul, Minn., about the 20th of this month, to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Henton. Hon. N. N. Cox was in Columbia last Friday, lie did not formally announce himself, but left the im pression behind him that he would be a candidate for Congress again next year. Prof. Peyton Moore, who has been teaching ut the Athenti'iitn, left for his Alabama home last Wednesday, and, we are sorry to say, not to re turn, having accepted a position elsewhere. George Will'amson left Monday to accent the position offered him in the Comptroller's office. He is well qualified, quick and accurate, and Comptroller Harris will find a val liable help in his man from Maury. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hatcher and Miss Ethel, returned yesterday morning from Fayetteville, where they attended the marriage of their niece. Miss Johnnie Hatcher, to Mr Turner, of Nashville. Miss Ethel was one of the bridesmaid. Now Is the Time To get your Sorghum Seed, Millet Seed, Hungarian Seed, Stock Peas, and Wabash Corn. We are also head quarters for Lime. Pari9 Green, Land Plaster, ana everytning in tne field seed line. Also sugar-nouse molasses of all grades, together witli a full stock of fresh groceries. Cor fee of all grades. We are making a special run on good green coffee lust tninK. 8 lbs lor one aoiiar. uive us a call and we will treat you right Respectfully, Frierson & Embry. Ideation, flakes' Building, corner 8th and .South Main streets. Telephone No. 107. PUBLIC SCHOOL FACULTY. Hoiti'd Meet anil Klect Teachers For N'ext Year. The Board of Education met in the City Hall last Tuesday night, and elected the following faculty for the public schools in Columbia for the next scholastic year: Whitk School. W. E. Bostick, Principal; Miss Mary Carpenter, teacher or tne two highest grades; Miss Lucy Floyd, Mrs. C W.Mitch ell, Miss Ellen Friel and Miss Blanche Scott, hall teachers; Mrs. L. P. McLemore, Miss Annie Voor liies and Miss Maude Williamson, assistants; Miss Ella Cox, teacher of penmanship and music; Misses Mary Ann Taylor, Rebecca Fariss and Annie Fleming, substitutes. Colokkd School. John H. Kelly, Principal; Phoebe Armstrong. R. G. Johnson, Amanda Dew, Minnie White and Lena Andrews, teachers; Annie 1 Kelly, Lula Williams and W. P. Irvine, substitutes. The salary of the Principal of the white school was tixed at $H() per mouth ; the high school teachers at if 15, the assistants at $:10, and the penmanship and music teacher at ;). The salary of the Principal of the colored school was fixed at $50, the first teacher at $30, and the remain ing four at $25. The Janitor's salary of the white school was fixed at $15 per month and the colored school at $10, and tho principals of each school will be allowed to appoint them. C. W. KLEIN, ii Mr : t a 2jKVKI.i:U ami liniilnntr 0ilii'iiin. Hv nn entirely new process I mil enaliled to lniike mi accurate til. In most cikcs without the use of Atropine or any oilier ilruir whatever, rernuinent I v locateil at Novrllv Millinery More, 1 oluuihin, Tenn. WKST 101.0 HI A. Alter an absence of a few weeks, we again resume our place in the newsy columns of tho Hkk.i,i. Mr. Henry Hardin, of Savannah, Tenn., visited relatives in this vi cinity this week. Miss Mutid Tucker visited her sis ter. Mrs. T. I). Campbell, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin, wlio have been in our midst for some time, left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Nannie Tucker and two chil dren are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lentz. Miss Brownie Campbell is visiting relatives and friends near Hurri cane. Last Monday evening the sad news of Mrs. Mairtrie McGaw's death reached this place. Her remains1 were brought from Bowling Green.1 Ky.. Tuesday morning and interred j at Rose Hill Cemetery. Lokkxa. ABOUND TOWN. Nolan Gartner is clerklug at Dob bins & Ewiug's. The song of the mosquito is now heard in the laud. As the summer season the sick list increases. progresses House for rent on (itli St. Apply to It O. P. Rl'TLEDGK. Dr. H. B. Titcomb is having his house on Sixth street painted and otherwise improved. Messrs. Hinton & Butts have pur-' chased the plumbing establishment of Mr. E. L. Eckley. Rains, the druggist, has one of the prettiest nnd most unique displays ever seen in Columbia. See our premium purchase tickets. It W. J. Oakes. Officer W. A. Voss, who has been on the sick list for several days past. we are glad to learn is convalescing. Alcorn's Drug Store has been im proved in looks by a fresh coat of paint and large new window glass. Mr. Geo. P. Frierson. who has been quite-sick for several days with nux, we are glad to report improv ing. Mr. John A. Walker was ouite sick several days during the past ween, Din is much improved at present. Nice, fresh watermelons and the first cantaloupes of the season sweet and nice at Buck's Fruit Stand. it From June 11 to June 2:5 the Maurv County Teachers' Institute will be held at the Public School building in uoiuniDia. mt. jiawson, or ill., is the new artist at Shuneinan & Tuck's tonsorial parlors, and lie is a good one. oive him a trial. Mr. T. C. Meadows, of Mt. Pleas ant, has moved his family to Coluin bia, and will occupy the McEwen cottage, on West Sixth street A fine life size crayon nnd ink portrait given with every $10 worth of goods. W. J.Cmkks. It The colored teachers of Maurv County will hold a six days institute at the colored school building in Columbia, beginning next Monday June 14. Mr. Canny and family, from Cam den, Ohio, have moved to Columbia and are living in the house on South High street formerly occupied bv P. II. Ragsdale. Last Monday was ouite a busy day in Columbia, with Circuit Court in session, the people holding a Citizens' Telephone rally, and the ex-Confederates In camp. Messrs. Tlios. J. Tucker and Earl Voss have opened up a grocery store in the Rankin building, on South Main street. Their numerous friends wish them success. Mr. Connor J. Akin has) accepted a position as Assistant Topographer in the United States Geological Survey, and will leave Sunday for Nashville, where he will report for duty. Connor's many friends wish him unlimited success. Congressman Carmack has been on the sick list this week, one of his eyes being greatly inflamed and very painful. He is improving, and will leave for Washington as soon as able. Mrs. Carmack will accom pany him to the Capitol City. All of the Tennessee State Nor mal and Indusfial School exercises will be held at Gholston's Hall, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 10, 17 and 1H. The exercises will conclude Friday night with the famous "Pickett Cake Walk." Will Towler returned from Cum berland University at Lebanon last week, with a diploma in his pocket. He was sworn in before Judge Pat terson Monday and given license to practice law in any court in the state. The many friends of this young barrister wish hi in much suc cess in his chosen profession. If you wimt jinr cut Granite monu ments, can on h. r. rayne. ir you want "cheap john work," buy from the other fellow. 1 refer you to tho Granite jobs I have erected in Rose Hill and many other cemeteries for the proof. Yours to serve, S. P. Payne, tf Columbia, Tenn Luke Bonner (colored), the "ho key-pokey man," was arrested on a state's warrant last Saturday on the charge of assault and battery upon his step-son. He plead guilty before Judge Coleburn and was fined $2.50 and costs. A peace warrant was also sworn out against him by his wife, but the chargas could not be sustained. Read and Profit. A new fresh lot X. O. molasses, per gallon 20 line sugar-house molasses, per gal. . ..to Best sorghum on the mark t per gal. ..to 21 lbs best patent Hour 'ill Z Ins clarilied suijar ifl.iMi !) lbs best seed-tick coffee $1.00 Seven lbs Arbuckle or 4-X coffee .$1.00 17 lbs best kettle rend leaf lard .... $1.00 Best salmon on the market, tier can. .10 Turnip seed, any kind you can call for, cheaper than any house in town, all fresh seed. Don't forget us on fruit, for we are headouarters. Please see that you lind our place. There are other houses lure selling goods upon our rep utation. WHITK & IHIMWOOH, Hell Telephone Si. North Main Street. (ooil-Mornbig, Tlieta! The Citizens' Telephone line to Theta was completed last Saturday and the good people in that vicinity are now in communication with the balance of the county. True, they can't converse with their rich rela tives in New York, nor send mes sages of congratulating totjuoen Vic toria, in l.nglaiul, over tlieir line as vet, but it won't be long, perhap before we can talk to Nashville, and to talk father than that comes rather high, and is an expensive privelego not often indulged in. To The Farmers. We have formed the best connec tions both at home and abroad to handle your wheat, and will be pre pared to give you the highest mar ket price. City Giiaix & Fkkd Co. may2S tf This Week Begins Our Annual Clearing Sale of Summer Goods This is the harvest wise and eco nomical buyers reap. During the continuance of this sale profits are not axled or r.r jtrcti'd. Our only object is to re duce stock. How Is This For a Starter I Our entire line of7 Shirt W'aixts it ii). Other grades in propor tion, less than the goods would cost you. There has been a great over hauling of prices in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. A great change has been wrought, and all to.your advant age. Here you will find suits for four, xi.c and viijht dollar, thai cannot lie duplicated for double the money. In fact, we cannot offer any more at these prices when this lot is disposed of, al though we are in a position to buy cheaper than anyone in this market. We have just ananged a CLOTHING BARGAIN OOUX TK.K, upon which will be placed each day Men's and Boys' Clothing that we especially de sire to close out. It will pay you to watch this feature, as the GHFATKST BARGAINS we can offer will he found here. J. Rosenthal. LIVE STOCK X0TES. Vaughn & Alexander made the following shipments last Friday and Saturday: 1 load of cattle from Lynnville, 1 load of sheep from Co lumbia, 2 mixed loads of sheep and cattle from Godwin, all to Louis ville, and 1 load of cattle to I). P. Bader, of Illinois. Botts and Mathis shipped lload of cattle and sheep to Liouisville hatur day, ana anotner load to the same place Tuesday. G. Cogglns & Co. snipped 2 loads of sheep and lambs from Godwin Saturday. Vaughan Alexander shinped 1 load of cattle and sheep to Louis ville, Wednesday. Mr. D. I). Baber. of Dudly, III., was here this week trying to buy 4iH) export cattle. He didn't quite suc ceed in getting the 400, but he got a good part of that number, and and shipped one car load of them away Wednesday. La Anderson shipped a load of cat tle and sheep to Louisville, Tuesday. Jet Anderson shipped a load of hogs to the same market. A. F. Brown sold five head of Jersey cattle to Mr. Hilgert, of St. Joseph, Mo., last week, for the nice little sum of $I.(HK). Where is Fiiersons? Xrxt door ( J'onl-ojjicr with n complete, line of New Spring Wall Paper, Hammocks, ('rotnet J!oo:n tiuil Slafioni r. Prices right. A. 1. Fill KUS( )..' may 11 REAL ESTATE TKANSFKHS. A. V. Akin et al. to Jno. W. Fry, lot in Hth district, $"(hi. .1. H. Fleming to Kliza Holt, lot in !tth district, $:iini.S.". II. O. Fulton, Trustee, to If. B. Tit comb, land in 2'!rd district, $2."7.0I. G. W. Hayes to Sol Joyce, lot in Co lumbia, $ii.-. J. I). Wrie-bt and wife to Mrs. Iiora Pavne, lot in Columbia, fl,2-'!0. Mum ford Smith to .1. T. Carter, lot in Mt. Pleasant. J. A. Cochran to W. W. Cochran, ."(! acres in (ith district, irift. Sallio 10. Gillespie et al., to J. M. Thomason, "(1 acres in district, $1H A pretty line of mid summer Millinery just received. The prettiest hats for the least money. MISS NELLIE CARROLL Entrance through store of McKennon, Anderson tv roster. S01TII EAST SIDE. The protracted meeting at the Main Street C. P. Church, conduc ted by Rev. F. J. Tyler, of Birming ham. Ala., is being attended nitrhtly by very large congregations. There is a great deal of interest being felt, and there have been about :io con versions so far. May the good work, thus started, keep on until the power of religion is felt in every home in our midst. Bible readings are held every morning for one hour, commencing at 10 o'clock. Every christian who possibly can, omrbt to attend these services. The Baptist brethren have their house of worship nearly completed, and we understand that they will commence a protracted meeting about the u ith of this month. Miss F.dna Voss is visiting friends in the country this week. Mr. W. A. Voss, and also th little child of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Jones, who have been very ill, we are glad to say are improving, although quite slowly. JThami. Millinery On r Trues' Fill 11 o Kill Completely. Medicines to serve their purpose must contain the riijlit drills and nothinir tint the rinht dniur-i, and drugs can't lie riuht at all unless they are pure, fresh, and exactly what they're represented to be. Unless a physician can rely upon the remedy employed, he cannot prescribe properly for a patient. The presence of an im pure drug in a medicine may upset ail his calculations, Hiid the patient is the sufferer. Purity is the sum total of drug excellence, and purity is our motto. Your friends, WOLDHIIXJE V IRVINE, DltPG GISTS 31 KIM'ING OF lUVOl'AC. Steps Taken Tnw ir.l Di-er: ln; M iiiiiiiueiit Ovr (en. Strulil'tf (.rave. Leonidas Polk Bivouac and Will iam Henry Trousdale Camp held an interesting meeting in the Court house last Monday, there being a large number of ex-Confederates present l'i oni over the county. The matter of attending the an nual reunion of ex-Confederates at Nashville June 22 21, was discussed, ami it was decided that they should go down and intend the meeting in a body. A committee composed of Messrs. J. L. Jones. J. T. William son and Loyd Cecil was appointed to secure headquarters and make other necessary arrangements for the Maury County delegation. A committee composed of the fol lowing gentlemen was appointed to take steps toward erecting a monu ment over the grave of General Strahl, in St. John's Cemetery, at Ashwood: If. G. Kvan. Chairman ; W.J. Whitthorne. J. T. Williamson, R. I). Smith, W. B. Dobbins and J. G. Williamson. General Strahl was killed at the battle of Franklin, and lie, with Generals Cleburne, Granbery, Adams and Gist, who were also killed at the same place, was buried at Ashwood. Later on the bodies of all, except (Jen. Strahl, were re moved to other places and monu ments were erected to tluir mem ory. The grave of Gen. Strahl, however, has remained in compara tive obscurity, and his C'ise appeals forcibly to his ex-Confederate com rades. ' Born and raised in a North ern home, lie came South when the war broke out, enlisted himself in the Confederate army, and fought, bled and died in defense of a cause he thought to be right. Surely his comrades owe it to themselves and to their native Southland to erect a suitable monument over the earthly resting place of one so true and brave. J. J. Wilson, of Culleoka, was ap pointed a committee of one to secure a fife and drum and make other arrangements for music at tho re union. The Bivouac requests that all members of the committee on pro visions send in their reports to-day or to-morrow. The Columbia Mill & Elevator Co,. Witnt iour ii ln at a-id will furnish you strong sacks to handle it, and pay the best price on the market. en us when von want to sell. Col.l MKIA Mll.I,& Fl.KVATOK Co. tf Strayed or Stolen. From my place near Napier's Fur nace, about a month ago, one black horse mule, K hands high, has fistula. Any information leading to his recovery will bo liberally re warded. ' M.C. Watkins, It Napier, Tenn. Itivdiiuc Meet in? Called. Tho. W. 11. Jackson Bivouac No. 14, will meet in tho public school building in Culleoka, Thursday night, June IT. All members are earnestly requested to be present, as business of importance is to be transacted. J. W. Thomas, Pres., J. S. Covkv, Sec. I'l iiiini Springs Now Open. The I'stes House is now open for the public. Hacks leave Woldridge it Irvine's drug store on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For furl her information address I-lstes it Cecil, or F. R. Kstes, Columbia, Tenn. Junell-lt. h. of I'. Election. At a meeting of Pbintia's Lodge, Knights of Pythias, last Thursday night, the following ollb'ers were elected and installed for the ensuing term: W. K. Voss, C. C; J. 1). Wright. V.C.; Fred La'.ta. Prelate; D. 1). Knirle. M. A. ; W. B. Green law, M. W.; A. O. Kennedy, Trus tee. Avarded Highest Honors World's Fair. 'DEI' CREAM mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Crer.m of Tnd.ir TowJor. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulters. 40 Years the Standard. day, ll'th.