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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 27. 1891.
S15.00 for SLOP.
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Plain solid facts like these prices speak
for themselves. Everything marked in
plain figuers and at bottom prices. Give
us a chance to save you something when
you need anything in our line.
Ma Furniture Company,
South-east Corner Square, next to Embry
& Anderson's, Columbia, Tenn.
1891. LOW PRICES. 1891-
The Oliver Leads the Procession!
I' UlUlClS jnwniuvu -"-'
ilow on earth, Prices reduced ad follows:
A to 13 to
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in ... 7 00 LM tO
,u l" in' to " m
nmimva A. VAVIKU. Sole Agents.
,. un n,,t Hm
liew arc 01 nuu;uiuun.
The Improved Malta Walking aud
Riding Cultivators for Eighteen hun
dred and ninety one have more points
Than all Others.
The Adjustable Steel Arch, Parallel
Steel Beams, Staggered Steel
Wheels with removable box,
The new appliance Coil
Spring, etc., etc.
CALL AND SEE THEM BEFORE
The Witlty Tritklt a
3 t- ;&v4U
This mower is made in two lengths of cut, 4 1-2 and six feet. It has many
excellent and valuable improvement, and will cut the finest grass or hicko-
les wifh all ease. The Whiteley solid Steel Binder with open end ele
vator can not be beat.
' " .... Fully Warranted:
We carry a full slock of trace chains, back-bandd, hamcs, collars, etc. A
Iare line of Aver S te 4 Plo wa aud repairs. PIIM,
Telephone 73. DODI3INS & EWINC.
tlio Olivar Chilled Plows is the best
iiiimi' 'Oliver" is on all extras ana
Tta Wktd Hint.
I V Jil
A Model Husband.
Fourth Installment of Letters on this Interesting Question by
Ladies Competing for the $10 in Gold Trize Offered
by The Columbia lleraM-
I Thauk God for all Things, but Mostly
Kditor f the Columbia Hekald.
Oho with a heart, ever sincere ami true.
Trusting in lliui, who will make all
thing new. , ....
Sharing with ine, every care of my lue.
Regarding me lovingly, as a true wile.
Forgiving uiy faults, and those of his
When of errors convinced, will with joy
As chaste as a woman, as pure as a
That ripples its waters, at tlio base of a
Who can look up to Heaven, and with
voicn kind and true,
Say, 1 thank .! for all things, but
mostly for you.
Ought to Win a Model Wire.
Editor Columbia Heuald:
"The husband is the head of the
wire, even as Christ is the head of the
church." Eph. v:23. A Christian
gentleman that is patient, charitable,
just, holy and temperate, and one
that will "love, nourish and cherrish
his wife as his own body, even as
Christ also loved the church, and
gave himself for it; rendering unto
iter due benevolence, and dwelling
with her according to knowledge, and
giving honour unto her as uuto the
weaker vessel," could not fail to make
a Model Musoaua, auu ougiu, w
win "a Mouei wiie.
'And the Twain Shall he One Flesh!"
Kditor of the Coli'mbia Heiiald.
In the first place he should be God
fearing, eharitable, and temperate Mi
all things; have an amiable and
cheerful disposition, practicing each
day the lesson or Hear ami joroear,
remembering his wife has feeling, and
appreciate her labors of love accord
ingly, lie fcliouiu also iuiiy realize
the obligations he placed himself un
der when he prounsrd to love and
cherish her alone uutil death should
part them; also bearing in mind tuat
iod has said: ".ror mis cause uau a
... .1 . i
man leave iatner auu inoiuer nu
leave to his wife, and the twain
hhall be one llesh." Incognita.
He in the Bread Winner.
Kditor of the Columbia Herald:
If home is the hallowed aud happy
place that (iod designed, there must
bo at its head a christian geutleman,
a man whom men respect and women
To insure him the title ol a ".Moaei
Husbaud" he must ti .d his highest
happiness In the domestic circle aud
in the society oi me wue wuuiu ue
recognizes as qut-en 01 te "tioaumui
realm called Home, auu 10 wuom ue
still pa-s tlie deference and attention
which won her to him. lie is never
tyrauuical.exactiug nor fault-ftudiug.
lie is noble. He willingly sacrifices
sejf for those who love him. He has
an inborn love of purity aud truth
aud goodness, a knightly sense cf
honor, manliueHB to defend the weak,
geuerosity to forgive the eiring and a
loyal aevotlou to uis own.
He is the bread winner, and is
neither olothful nor slaok in fulfilling
lie answers the description or me
proverb which says: ".Seest thou a
man diligent in his business? he shall
stand before king; he shall not stand
before mean men." Vikuinia.
Must Have Firmness or rurpose,
IJased I'pon Sound Judginent.
Editor of the Columhia Hekai.p;
All men who avoid female society
have dull perceptions, aud are stu-
oid. have gross tastes, auu revolt
against the pure, the good, the beau
leti-v is uninspiring to a luumo-
skull ; beauty lias no charms for a blind
man, ana tne sweetest strains 01
musi'i fall uhcIoss aud empty on the
ear of the deaf. But when we hnd a
mind in strict similarity to the great
Master-builder, we see one who is
capable of enjoying all that is bright
aud beautuui, one who appreciates,
aud rightly uses, the blessings con
ferred by an Allwiso being. Such
minds rise above the petty foibles
that mar the pathway of human na
ture, aud will strive to hide the rough
places by a cheerful smile or a gentle
word; one that will make the mile
stones on life's journey signs of honor
and happiness, rather than mere up
rights, that point only to a dreary
waste, a lonely road before us, otter
ing naught but blind submission to
unavoidable fate. "lu the begining
Clod created mau in his own image,"
aud among the first gifts coufeired
upon him was a wife, making him
not onlv Lord or ruler of all crea
ted thiues. but giving him the hon
orable title of husband : being then
the first companion, the guide aud
protector for the fair being, given to
share all his enjoyment of the then
blissful Kdeu, aud so loug as he acted
in the canaoitv of head or ruler of
this domestic kingdom, peace, liar
mouy aud all that was pleasant
reigned supreme. But the new made
wheel of time rolled on. and a change
oaine o'er the spirit of this bright
dream of wedded bliss, borrow,
care, aud death e .terod the threshold
of this quiet home, and all through
the a?es past, down to the present, a
discordant note has been sounding
its unharuiouious tones to vex the
ear of humanity, and to arouse the
curiosity of all to search for a "model
Now I am called upon to give
views on this "model husbaud,"
judging from the busy peus of
present day, that are discussing
various tunnies, such as these,
marriage a failure?" "Woman's
fights." -aud "Woman's wrongs re
dressed." I must coufess that mine
may be considered a difficult task; as
the commodity kuowu as "Model
husbands" seem to be scarce on the
I do not claim to be one of the num
who search lonir and deeply for this
The vamc of our first domestic
trouble was not mau's unkinduess to
fnir womau. nor his uo williuguess to
share with her his wealth and power,
hut from weakness in yielding to her
oersuasive arguments, some have
said it was "due to his gallantry."
lie that as it may the result has- been
the same, and many very grievous
rrrors since that time owe their
origin to the same fruitful cause
The svreu voico of woman has been
trior etreoti"t. in the formation of
man's chaiacter. than many suppo-e,
leading him to the pinnacle of fame,
or down the rugged path of rum. lu
asserting this 1 must.-uot be misun
derstood, nor would I lessen the
d'guity, or dim the sphere of true
The "model husband" is not the
one who is most yielding in his dis
H)sitiou ; he must have firmness of
purpove based upon sound judgment.
lie is atfectiouate, kind ami for
bearing. He loves truly the wife who
helps to bear the burdeus of life.
He is courteous and polite, carry
lug the mauy little attentions of
courtship into his married life, and
never forgets that his wife needs as
sistance, iu climbing a stairway when
she is fifty years old as much as
when she v as a jolly girl of ixpen.
He Is industrious and economical,
not drawing the purse strings bo close
they cannot be unloosed,' uor doea
lie recklessly hand all of his posses
sions over to his wite, but avoids the
extremes by a liberal division.
He does not speua nis leisure mo
ments reducing the size ol goous
boxes on the street corners, or putt
ing the public ear with long-spun
yarns and idle tales, but is found at
home eutertaining, ana oeiug enter
tained, by acougeuialty that nowhere
exists a it does between the "model
husband" aud his family.
The "model husband" is a chris
tian, "living da.ly as Decometu a
God-fearing man'.' He squares.his
life by the "golden rule," and practi
ces at all times the commands of
Diviue inspiration, which enable
hiiu to be a good citizen, a kiud
neighbor, a loving father, training his
"children in the tear and admonition
of the Lord " He is a j ust master to
those in h' employ, aud his name iu
any community is a synonym of vir
tue, and all other christian graces
which crown mm as a mouei
husband." . EiNirEV.
With These "Elements Mixed in
Him" Behold a Man!"
Editor of the Columbia Hkbald:
I am aware that in taking ip the
stupendous subject I shall receive
severe criticism, as I belong to that
class called "old maids," and my
ignorance of what is required ol a
Model rlusDhDQ" is a loreguuu con
clusion. And though in attempting
to give my views I am reminded that
l'ope nas wisely saiu -ruuia mm iu
where angels fear to tread," I trust
this fact may not preclude the pos
sibility of trying to picture through
this medium, my ideal "Model
When I noticed your aavertise-
meut, I felt that it was tne oppor-
unity of my me, consequently ui
more tuau ever tuuviuucu mm
'Kvery dog has its day" is gooa
Thnrn is ft tide in the affairs
Which, taken at its Jioou,"
you know the balance, so I take the
liood, seize my pen, aud with "calm
and placid mien" set forth the re
quisite qualification, the general
make-up, Ol tuat rr hvih.
Iu the first place, it is supposable
that he marries one whom he loves,
without anv consideration whatever
as to the state of her father's pocket
book ; marries a woman not an an
gel he does not expect that, for the
i . , . 1. "Kaf trtun arp
Uvst women a -" ",
moulded out of faults." Bhe may
not be beautiful in person, though
lovely iu heart and mind, and may
have a wart ou her nose, yet he must
love and cherish her through and un
der all circumstances wart aud all.
"There is something consoling and
encouraging in ugliues-" some writer
has said, tuougii wuat n is x uve
been unable to see, unless itbepeaee-
able 088e8ion, lor not even your
neighbor will want to borrow it; I
speak from experience.
AS 1 Have Saiu, tills mouei uiamca
woman for her true worth. He
must never be asiiamea 01 uer in so
ciety, as she may be wo pressed with
houseuoia cares iwiiiuu ia too uncu
the case with married women) that
K-oinir out is a thing desired, hut sel
dom attained ; so wlieu she does go,
he should be very considerate auu
If she appears a little rusty in so
cial mauuers, he shouia niaKe aue
allowance, re nembering tuat n is ins
to mingle with the masses where he
every day meets new faces and fresh
scenes that keep up his interest in the
social world, while she may scarcely
have time to scan tne -weeKiy - uor
of course he takes the Hekald,) to
learn what is going on even in ner
own county. Then, Mr. n.auor, ne
should never araw a comparison oe
tween his wife, the mother of his
children, aud another woman.
Comparisons are oaious, you kuow,
ami no womau with any renuemeut
of feeliug can take that quite calmly.
He should show a preierence tor uer
society, bestowing tuose attentions
aud courtesies that seem so small to
him, but mean, ohj so mucn to ner:
In other words, do a little courting
Before that, he had used every art
known to him to appear well in her
eves: how airrerent meu musk no
seem to ner aiter ait ui iui jn
aside. Another thing he must have
respect for her opinions, as she cer
tainly has as much right to hers as
he, though they may differ. If pos
sible, Mr. Editor, he should not bring
home upon his brow busiue cares;
but if it cannot be avoided.' be will
secure sympathy and encouragement
by confiding in his wife. And right
here I will say that the wife has
much to do with making this
"model" husbaud. She must not be
too exacting, nor expect too
miinh. Thinifs cau not always
move smoothly. Lovers have their
troubles, even when it is decidedly
ortlitic for them to "put the best foot
foremost" as the Buying goes. Then
"Snrinsr would be but cloomy
weather, if we had nothing else but
This "model" should never leave
his companiou feeling unpleasant be
cause of some hastv word, or thought
net. for business will banish it
from his memory while it will rankle
in her heart all the aay long.
He should be considerate in its
every sense, for thoughtlessness,
nunsAA many heart-aches.
Must show an interest in the things
that interest her.
Xow Mr. Editor this "model"
should never brow-beat, nor snub his
wife. You must know all women ad
mire brave men. It is nothing but
ricrhtifshe shares his troubles, he
should not forget hers.
Kor instauoe if baby is Bick and
fretful, is it riaht for her to have all
the worry through the night as well
na (lav ?
If the fire has to be made cold
mornings, he should not lie and done
and dream while wife crawls out in
cn room aud perhaps goes to the
wood-shed for something dry to coax
the obstinate wood or coal into burn
ino'.": meanwhile tipping about as
quietly as possible, fearing to disturb
i-: -, v. : i r a n (ha iirtrtr Hoar'
II 1.1 iiiuiumi: u ' - v, fvw .
If nook fails to come some morning,
a thiuir that will happen in the best
regulated families) and wife has
breakfast to Piepare. this 'model'
will not funs is the steak is overdone,
or the colfee if muddy.' for he will
consider that she likes a juicy tender
.stoak. and needs "the cups that
cheer" as well m her liege lord.
He must put up the stove pipe
without losing his temper, and if a
button flies oil the wrong time, or he
has to "heel and toe" for want of
darns, he should not contemplate di
vorce. I am fully alive to the tender
ness of this poiut, Mr. Editor, aud
will only add, that he must be as pa
tient and still, as possible, uudersuch
Oue thing and not by any means
the least, he should praise bis wifti
nothing sweeter to ears except to tell
her he love her.
This,; unfortunately, is too often
taken for granted. All women are
alike on this score. "Oue touch of
Nature makes all the world kin,"
holds good In this; for, Mr. Editor,
you know aa well aa I do, that all
men love to be made much of; you
can't deny it.
So this "model" will surely tell ner
often that he loves her. That is
cream of "the milk of humau kind
ness" she thinks.
But to sum the whole in a nut shell
a model husband will try to do unto
his wife just as he would have her
do unto him. Take it in its broadest
sense: let him be as vure and as faith
ful to her as he expects her to be to
The model husband should be
honorable and upright in all his deal
ings with men, courteous to both rich
aud poor, kind, affectionate and ten
der ; not cold and indifferent to the
happiness of bis family. Sober, in'
dustnous, and above all religious.
He should not forget how much wife
has given up for him. Then he must
cherish her through sickness and
old age, thus fulfilling the vows
made at the altar.
With these "elements so mixed in
him," behold a man!
Culled by OurCorrespondents
The ladies are writing up the Model
Husband in good style and furnishing
good reaaing matter for the dear old
It khali). Thev are certainly picturing
out to the mind the prerequisites of the
Aiouei a UBoanJ, nut we iear mere is
but few that will come up to the stand
ard as represented by then). '
it is strange mat teaeners auu tuose
who should be interested in the educa
tion of the youth of our country should
let the Educational column, so kindly
furnished by the Herald, pass into
oblivion on account of a failure on tli
part of teachers and others who should
be interested in this important matter
availing themselves of the privilege ol
writing;lour teachers responded for a
time and said some very good things on
the subject, but in a short time, they
lost an interest and to-day the space
allotted them is filled with something
else. This is a shame and tends rather
to debase those who are entrusted with
the educational facilities of our country.
The subject is an important oue, aud
should be deeply impressed ou the
minds of the thinking public.
We had quite favorable weather for
farming during this week aud farmers
uiaue gooa use 01 meir lime in pre
paring ,the soil for the present crop. If
the past is a good criterion by which to
judge the future, we would conclude
that tne present year wouiu no a very
poor crop year; having had such a large
amount of rain during the early part of
the season, it is reasonable to conclude
that the rain will not oontinue through
out the season, aud perhaps the dry
weather will oommeuee at tne very
time to prove disastrous to the growing
crops. JJut we ao not proiess to oea
loreteuer 01 iuture events auu wi'
therefore patiently await future devel
mere is some sicxness biiii in our
vicinity. Mrs. Eliza Tindal is still on
the sick list, but we learn is conva
lescing. Mrs. Sue Johnson is slowly
Mrs. Sallio Hardison has had a very
severe attack.of inflammatory rheuma
tism, which caused her severe pain for
a few days, but we are glad to state she
has greatly improved and hope she will
soon bo restored to perftot health.
We hone our Kditor will give the
gentlemen a ohanoe at what it takes to
constitute a model wife, in order that
both sides ot this interesting subject
mav be heard, as we think it Is a sub
ject of vital importance.
Deafness Can't be Cured
local applications, as they cannot
.-h tlio diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is bv constitutional remodies.
Deaf ness is caused by an Inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imnerfitct hearinr. and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the iutlammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will bo destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caus
ed bv catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition ot the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (eassed by
catarrh) that we cannot cure by taking
Mall s uatarru uure. oeuu lor circu
lars, freo. F. J. Cheney A Co., To
ledo, O. Sold by druggists, 10 cents.
mar 17-i m.
Editor Herald: As you have many
interested readers in this part ot the
county and thinking that it would be
nothing out oi piace 10 -write up mo
improvements and items of interest in
this community: I oiler myself as a
candidate for membership in your in
telligent lamiiy. l may iau in every
article to be eloquent and under some
circumstances may wander from tne
truth liKe all newspaper men-Dni n
shall be a Model" In one thing arty
how J shall be brief and to the point.
If I were a woman 1 wouia want to ie
a married woman of course, and ir l
did'nt have the best husband in the
State, I would want the leading county
paper The Herald to glve at least
three columns to the ladies in which to
express their ideas and unburden their
minds as to the way men should con
duct themselves. There is already a
noticeable change in the deportment 01
several husbands in this community
caused by the Model Husband contest
in the Herald, or course tne wives
play an important part in developing
this much needed reform. They point
unblushingly to the good pieces written
fair sisters, and will persist in
reading aloud to their waywool
The death of Mrs. D. K. Hays casts a
gloom over many hearts. She leaves
an aged husband, several children and
grandubiiaren to mourn their great loss,
bhe was a good christian woman and
was respected and lovod by all who
knew her well. ,
F. W. Mcllride, of Selma, Ala., is
buying all the good cedar he can find
for sale. He has the cedar "squared
up" in the woods with a broad axe,
then it is called "pencil stuff." I under
utarwl holaanrin it to Kncrland.
Alex Itarker was out last week esti
Ulna Foster and John Lookridste were
out last Sunday. Both handsome young
men, I promised to he brief. I will keep
Tn I'hnatbam'u Tasteless Chill Tonic
will be found a sweet without its bitter.
Pleasant to the taste, witnoui a paral
lel as a remedy for chills and fever. It
is th nroduction of the well known A.
B. Richards Med. Co.. of Sherman,
Tnxfts. and guaranteed to cure, tor
sale by alldruggists. marO-lm.
The heavy clouds have been driven
awav bv the powerful sunbeams, and
.rur titd whole earth is wrapped in a
..ni.ian ehaAii. The arass. clover. How
ad vnirntables are reach in ir forth
thoir dnlieate irreen leaves to welcome
the warm rays. We, too, feel like leav
ing the house, climbing the hill to in
hale the pure fresh air, and after this
letter is finished we shall put on a bon
net and become a rambler for a few
There will be an Easter service at the
Methodist church next Sunday. A pro
gram prepared by the Woman's Board
of Missions will be carried out in the
morning. In the evening at 7 o'clock,
tho Juvenile Missionary Society will
give an entertainment, a part of which
has also beeu suggested by the Woman's
Forsometime the farmers have felt
blue, and have clasped tightly the dol
lars already in their pockets, for it
seemed that they should not be able to
make anything this year. But they are
once more jolly, for the weather is tine,
the wheat is growing, the oats are
sprouting, potatoes are in the ground,
and much of the corn land is ready for
the seeds. The fruit trees are bursting
into bloom, and wiseacres" claim that
tliis wl he a good fruit year.
MUa Hallie Sinister has returned to
Culleoka after a lengthy visit to friends
aud relatives in Kentucky.
Dr. Frank White, Miss Stephenson and
Mr. fJarrett attended services here on
last Sunday. Miss Lela Abernathy
cuit -vrw, . .
T.mi.n fca ibanV a H dTi!
last week at Hillsdale, with her friend
Miss Clabie Taylor.
Mrs. Joe Tomlinson is having some
plastering and repairing done. She
will have the walls papered, the new
carpet down and the curtains hung be
fore spring fairly opens.
Mrs. M. B. Smizer has a nice new
buggy. She has set the wheels rolling,
and many others have decided to keep
That lady wishing to end her life of
"single wretchedness" and enter that
of wedded bliss, should go to Bro. Patty
for aid. He says his Sunday-school
class is made up of young men, any one
of whom would make a model husbaud.
As he has such perfect control of theui
he may be able to cheer the loiie lorn
Dr. W. E. Scott has had a nice cover
ing put over his welt. This looks sus
picious, and has put his friends to think
ing and whispering. They expect soon
to hear a new version of "Rebecca at
Mr. W. D. Love has joined the choir,
but finds it pot an easy task to sing. It
seems that when he opens his mouth
for a round and full tone he loses con
trol of his lips, and they go so far apart
that he is frequently accused of gaping
at church. Practice makes perltcl, he
lives in hopo.
If alllictodgo to J. I.. M.f for ho has a
medicine he claims to bo a "panacea for
all the ills of life." Its taste is pleasant,
its color not ugly, and its odor is last
ing and sweet. Unlike other medicines
it must be taken before shaking.
Misses Macon and Myers will give an
Easter egg hunt to the children iu Mrs.
Campbell's yard next Saturday after
noon. It is true that we are well ad
vanced in our teens, but we liave not
forgotton how we once onjoyed finding
the gayly colored eggs, and how we
clapped our hands' when we succeeded
in "cracking" tho egg belonging to
some one else,
A sunbejvm has strayed into our room
and seems to be reminding us that it is
time for us to hush, aud take our stroll,
4Hdw to Cure
All Skin Diseases."
No internal medicine required. Cures
tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on
the face, hands, nose, Ac, leaving the
skin clear, white and healthy. Its
great healing and curative powers are
possessed by no other remedy. Ask
your druggist for Swayne's Ointment.
Rev. J. H. Morton filled tho pulpit
Anteoch last Sunday, and preached
The wedding bells have been ringing.
On last Tuesday, Mr. John Bryant lead
to the hyinenial altar Miss Virgy Mc
Lean. May their pathway be strewn
with flowers, and may they havo a hap
py journey through life together.
Miss Mary Sowell is on the sick list
now ; we hope for her a speedy recovery.
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles!!
Symptom: Moisture; intense itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tu
mors form, which often bleed and ulcer
ate, becoming very sore. Swayne's
Ointment stops the itching and bleed
ing, heals ulceration, and in mout cases
removes the tumors. At druggists, or
by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne Ac.
Son, Philadelphia. aprl-Sl.
Miss Oota Beckett has returned from
au extended visit to hor sister, Mrs.
Joe Howard, of Springfield, Mo.
Mrs. U. ). Mathews is in Columbiaon
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. K. B. Ad
kissou. Miss Maud Wright celebrated her
birthday last Wednesday night with a
quilting through the day, and candy
lulling in the evening. All the lads
and lassies of the community partici
pated. Mr. and Mrs. James Howard returned
from a weeks visit to relatives iu Spring
field, Mo., last Tuesday.
Mrs. Ava Maxwell, ol Hopowell, spent
a few days of last week with E. ti.
Miss Lela , Mack paid Culleoka a Hy
ing visit last week.
Mrs. Mary Penner spent last week in
Columbia with her daughter Mrs. lleece
The farmers made good use of the
beautiful weather we have had recently.
Miss Carena Terry, of Sandy Hook, is
visiting Miss Maud Wright.
Mr. Eugene Pender, of Columbia,
was out last Sabbath circulating among
On returning from church last Sab
bath Mr. J. S. Wright's horse lay down
with him in the creek and he came out
How shocked were the friends of Mrs.
W. W. Dillon, win njlhey recieved the sad
intelligence of her untimely death; how
deeply grieved to realize with all its
crushing force that our much loved
friend was no more. Little did we
think in parting, when not quite two
years ago she visited friends in this
community, the very picture of health,
that thoso hands which had been ex
tended to us often in friendship had
been extended their last time; that
bright face and those lovoly eyes had
passed from our view forever. H seems
Lard that one so young should bo taken
when ner prospects were so origin; '
God's ways are not our ways. May
find Hiistaiir and comfort the bereaved
companion's and relatives iu this their
great sorrow auu aiumuuu.
Samnles of Dr. Miles' Res torative
VMt-triim at drntr stores, l ures llead-
ache, Nervousness, sieeplassnoss, Neu
ralgia, Fits, etc.
Mrs. Dan Binsooo. of Nashville, came
last week and is the guest of her sister
Mrs. John W. Cheairs.
Miss Ninah Chisholm was in Nash
ville one day of last week.
Miss Mollie Caperton visted relatives
at Neapolis last week.
Mrs. Dr. Martin spent several days
of this week ill Nashville.
Miss liana Fitzhuirh left Saturday to
Mr. FiUhugh's residence and barn,
throo miles from Franklin, were burn
ed one night last week; nearly every
thing iu the house was destroyed.
There was no insurance. .
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, ot V lr-
irinia urn nximcted this week to visit
their son Rev. C. E. Sullivan of this
Mara. C K. Wad a and Charlie Bu-
ford, of Nashville, spent Suuday iu this
MUa VontAn Wade left Tuesday for
Pulaski to attend the wedding of M
v.rt iin fnrH and Miss Marv Brown, on
loot ll'ml n ABfl jttr.
1r- and M r. AllOrt Li. MollOV, of
Mississippi, are now with the family
of Capt. Molloy.
Mrs. Matilda Dudley, who lived near
Port Royal, died ou Sunday last. Bu
rial services were couduted by Kjv.
I! V. Sin Hi van.
rid on Smidav liioriiinir. Miss Bet-
iio Viair ghnnt. three miles from here
Rev. Robert J. Craig held the funeral
Unrring at t.h Methodist church ou
MnnHir nt 1 y. M.
I0ator uerviees will be held in the
Preshvterian and Methodist churches
on next Sunday morning, by tho Ucv
John Sullivan, of Va., and Rev.. 11. '
Th Lords Sunoer will be ad-
mi lutnrai l at Mm I're'ulivterian Church.
Miss Pearl Neely will leave Thursday
for Columbia to spend the master non-
Miss Annie L.ou McKay, who has
been quite ill for some weeks, we are
glad to see is rapidly improving.
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of all la leftreninr wcuki.u
Latest u. H.
1 VI cts.- Seven and one half
A " Bargain " means something for less than its real value,
and we alfknow that the Wrrn is often misapplied, but when
WE offer a
The public know what it means. It has long been our custom
to give our customers the benefit of all the real
That we can secure in the market, and when we saw a chance
to buy this lot of domestic for below its real value, we imme
diately " took it in" and decided to give the public the benefit
of the BARGAIN. We only have
Thro (3000) Thousand Tarda,
So call early if you want to get the benefit of this price.
Walte & Thwsm
cents. -1 14 ets.