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THE COLUMBIA HEUALl): FltlPAY, AUUUST 13, 18!7.
Only a Few
families of .las. H. Loch rid kg and John
15. Wells, of this neighborhood, and
attended the ice-cream supper at Port
Misses Sallie Champ, Jennie Mor
rissey, and another voiin' lady whose
name we failed to learn, of South Nash
ville, are quests this week of Misses
Dora and Mall Harris, of this place.
The church at l'ort Koyal, which has
been in had need of a new roof, will be
covered this week. (ivrsY Bi.aiu.
Johnston of Bethesda, are visiting at
Mrs. Stephenson, of this place, was
visiting at West Harper a short time
a HO. Kl'M PK t.STI I.T.t'H KN.
WILL 1JEUIX TO
Our' Clearing Out Sale has been a great
success. We intend to make a
and to do this we will sell everything at a
greater sacrifice than we have heretofore.
We will not quote any prices this week,
but WARRANT THEM LOWER than ever,
and every lady that visits our store during
this sale will go home satisfied.
T. C. PETRI,
Do not forget to save
(Continued from Third Page.)
Biohyvii.i.k, Aug. li Bigbyville
Academy is progressing nicely under
the management of Prof. Calvert. The
trustees of the school have been very
fortunate in securing the services of
Miss Mary McCord of Nashville, as as
sistant teacher. Miss McCord will also
instruct a class in music.
Misses Rrownie llowlettand Jlmmie
Evans, of Nashville, are visiting at Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. (Juy Zuccarello left for
Primm's Springs the first of the week.
Mrs. Alex Hill, little babe, and daugh
ters Mamie and Eba, are visiting Mrs.
Hill's sisters, Mesdames Fannie Thomp
son and Bourbon Perry.
John W. Paris ana son Wave, are
looking after some business interest in
Lawrence county this week.
Chas. A. Wright has returned from
Mrs. M. C. Holden, of whose illness
mention was made in last week's Items,
is not considered out of danger, al
though her condition is more hopeful.
Horace Thomas is able to be up from
a recent attack of sickness.
See mention elsewhere of the Rigby
ville stock show, to be held in Walker's
grove on August 28. Rkportkk.
There May be Other
Pebbles, but the "biygetit Pebble, on
thin licach" bears the legend "Jilue
Enterprise, Aug. !). Mr. and Mrs.
(ieorge McKennon, of Frierson, are
visiting their mother, Mrs. Nelson.
Miss Due has returned to her
home at Sunnvsido.
Miss Maud Duke, of Dry Creek, spent
last week with her cousin, Miss Minnie
Cooper, and attended the meeting here.
Miss Millv Wright was with friends
in this neighborhood last week.
Mrs. McKissick and daughter, Lucy,
of Broadview, are w ith their daughter,
Mrs. (ieorge Douglas, at this writing.
Mrs. Jim Harnett and two little
daughters, of Lynnville, are visiting
relatives in this community.
Our protracted meeting passed off
nicely, with a largo attendance.
We are glad to hear that M rs. Nichols,
of Sandy Hook, who has been very low,
is somewhat better. Her daughter,
Mrs. Bumpas, who was with her for
several weeks, has returned home.
Mr. Walter Nance, of Rockdale, was
with his sister, Mrs. Lindsey, for the
Mr. John Nelson, of Sandy Hook, has
moved in our midst. We 'are always
glad to welcome new neighbors.
There w ill be prayer-meeting at this
place every Sunday" night.
Singing 'school commenced at Spencer
Hill last week, conducted by Rev. Mr.
There will be preaching at this place
next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Hro. Powers
has another appointment, and Hro.
Roberson will till his place.
Masters Tom and John English have
gone to McCain's to attend school.
The people commenced working the
road this morning. We hope we w ill
.have a good road, for we need it very
The little village was blessed with a
verv pleasant rain last Saturday, which
was greatly appreciated by every one.
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Andrews, Aug. 10. A protracted
meeting is being conducted at Corinth
this week, by Klder J. K. R. Ridley. He
has already done some splendid preach
ing, and we trust much good will be ac
complished by his Gospel sermons.
Rev. Mr. Gupton will begin a meeting
at Rock Spring next Lord's Day.
The election passed off quietly here
Thursday, and the vote was small, not
more than half the men attending. The
consequence of which was, the good
cause was defeated.
Mrs. Dr. Long, of Farmlngton, is con
ducting a singing school at Union
There was an ice cream festival at
Union Grove last Friday night. The
sum of $2H.iV was cleared, which will be
appropriated to the boring of a well
Mrs. Annie Sharber received a nugget
of gold recently from her brother, Mr.
Jim liuey, in Nevaua, which is valued
at 2.". It is Quite small, but heavv. and
was sent through in a small sized pill
Aunt Comfort Nicholson, a portly
and courageous colored woman near us,
killed a large rattlesnake last Saturday
near her house. Her only weapon was
Last Wednesday one of Mr. W. F,
Scott's horses ran awav with a harrow
and cut himself up badlv. The leader
in one leg was cut eDtirelv in two and
the other partly so. Dr. Rray, of Co
lumbia, was called in and bound up the
wounds, but there is little hope for his
recovery. His owner valued hiin very
Mrs. Birdie Carpenter let her baby
ran irom her lap wnue riding in a va
con last Thursday, and the wagon
wheel passed over it's little body. For
a little while they thought life was ex
tinct, hut the little fellow revived, and
Dr. Williamson was summoned, who
ministered to his sufferings. He is re
Mr. C M. Jones and three children
and Miss Johnnie Nicholson attended
the Centennial last Thursday.
Quite a large crowd from Lasea
worshiped at Corinth last Lord's Day.
Maj. J as. T. Moore, of Sharp's Corner,
and Mrs. Hamilton of Port Royal, are
stopping with Mrs. Lillie Smith;
Messrs. Jim Daniel and Geo. Harmon
with Mr. Wilburn Sowell; Miss Lelia
Holman with Miss Annie White, and
Miss I.utie Carl of Hillsboro, with Miss
Fannie Sowell, and attending the meet
ing at Corinth.
Mrs. Wallace I'gserv is visiting Mrs.
Mollie Darker. RiPPt.iso Waves.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed tocure. A. B. Rains
ENOX ( REEK.
F.non Creek, Aug. 10. The ice
cream supper at Port Royal last Friday
The ladies cleared
iiV.75, which will be used for church
Mr. Hen Stephenson and wife visited
at l'asquo, Davidson county, last week.
They were accompanied home by Mr.
and' Mrs. Jas. 11. Vaughan, who spent
from Fridav until Moudav with rela
tives in this vicinitv. Mrs. Vaughan
will be remembered as Miss Sophia
Stephenson, who has many friends on
Miss Mall Harris has returned to her
home after a two weeks visit with Nash
Mr. John Glenn and Mrs. Holland
and two little girls have returned from
Primms' Springs, much delighted with
Miooj Pnl Krms nil Kv Loflrsn. of
llarpetb, spent last week with the
"We Love Her llest Reeanse!
She is the best." So spake Gov.
"Hob" of Tennessee. This is the
reason also thut we love "Blue Seal"
best See? It
YVim.iamspokt, A up. Kl.- Rev. S. I..
Mct'arty occupied the Presbyterian
pulpit last Sunday.
Rev. Ernest Tiihmons, of the Chris
tian denomination, was expected to
preach here last Sunday afternoon, but
owing to some misunderstanding he
failed to come.
Rev. Mr. Redmond, of Mt. Pleasant,
will preach at the M. E. Church next
Sunday at 11 a. m
On last Friday evening, in honor of
their guests, Misses Kllen Collins and
Tera Tavlor, !)r. and Mrs. Collins en
tertained a number of friends in a most
delightful manner. At a suitable hour
delicious fruits, cakes and ices were
served. When the evening was far
spent the guests prepared to make their
departure, and, with good wishes for
the kind host and hostess and their
visitors, reluctantly returned to their
Miss Pearl Stalling, of Mt. Pleasant,
is visiting her friend, Miss Mary Choate.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Russell 'have re
turned from a two weeks stay at
Primms Springs. Thev had quite a
family reunion while there. Seventy
eight'of their relatives were camping in
tlie "hollow" during their stay. Mr. J.
W. Russell has moved Ins family down.
Most all of the neighborhood young
men are camping at Primms.
Miss Pattie Wade and Mr. Marvin
Hollowell have returned to their home
near Murfreesboro, after a few days
visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moore.
Miss Etta Stockard, of Napier, was
the recent guest of Miss Roxie King.
Mrs. W. R. King and son, Master ill,
of Lawreneeburg, spent last week with
Mrs. R. Hull.
Miss Pauline Dorsett lias returned
from a pleasant visit to friends at
Bigbyville and Cnlleoka.
Mr. (ieorge Mayberry has moved his
family to our town. We gladly bid
Miss Laura Porter spent a few days of
last week ill the country with the
Misses Johnson and Miss 'Annie K In
zer. We are glad to report Mrs. Frank
Hull much better.
Messrs. Will T. Reece and Robert
Miller are attending the Centennial
Wedding bells will begin to ring here
in September, and we are told the ring
ing will not cease before ''.is, and that all
of the "old cases" will be tied with the
"lovers chord." M km hi is
Sot'TitroiiT, Aug. 9. The protracted
meeting at this place is in progress this
week, conducted by Rev. W. F. Powers.
Misses Aora Challln and J- annie ial-
lowav have returned from Water Val-
lev, where they spent a week most
pleasantly with 'Miss Mamie Hogan.
f rot. t. ai. iiogan opened school here
last Monday with a good attendance,
and more to enter.
Mr. Hud Lovell, of this place, has
charge of the Gipsonville school in
Mr. Wm. Murphv and wife have re
turned from a visit to Mrs. Murphy's
mother, Mrs. Parsons, near Campbells-
Quite a number from here were par
ticipants in the "fish fry" on the banks
of Hig creek Saturday a week ago. An
abundance of nice tish were caught and
fried. In addition to the feast of fish,
the table was loaded with almost every
delieaev that the appetite could call for.
The afternoon was most pleasantly
wiii led away in conversation and cro
quet. The crowd was estimated to be
l." in number.
Mr. Scott anil daughter, of Cathev's
creek, are visiting the home of Mr.
Messrs. George Dugger and son John,
and Will Thurtnan have returned from
a week's stay at Primms' Springs.
Misses Berta Morrow, Lizzie, Sallie,
and Maud Murphy, Rennio Galloway
and Messrs. Robert, Miles, Hobhie,
and Mavnaid Murphv, and Joe Moir w
visited the Centennial last Thursday,
and were delighted with their trip.
Miss Gussie Hall, who has been the
guest of Miss Herta Morrow for several
weeks, has gone to Nashville to visit
sorrv to report Miss Annie Harris on
the sick list for the past week. Hope
she may soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Harris, of Law
rence county, visited his brothers,
Messrs. James and Hob Harris, last
Mr. Robert Harris is erecting two
additional rooms to his residence,
which will add greatly to its looks.
Mr. John Murphy is teaching the
school at Enterprise.
A rabid dog was chased this morning
from Mrs. (iiimores to Mr. u. tv
Phelps', where it was killed by Mr. Joe
Matthews. It attempted to bite one
man riding horseback, but fortunately
no harm was done.
Hro. Timtnons will preach at Hethel
next Sunday. annktib.
Glenn's store, Aug. in. Again we
come with our litil i batch of news for
our newsy old county paper. The Her
alp is alwavs received and read with
the greatest of pleasure, and we are
sorrv it can't come oftener than once a
The health of this place is good at
The recent rains which we have so
than K fully received, have made the
crops look tine and nourishing, and the
tanners all wear a bright smile.
The protracted meeting will begin at
(ilenn's Chapel the fourth Sunday in
Your correspondent had the pleasure
of attending the ice cream entertain
ment at l'ort Royal on the tith. They had
quite a nice time. I suppose "Gipsy
Hlair" or "Alma" will give a full report,
so we will not say any more.
There will be another ice cream sup
per at (ilenn's on the 1:1th. A nice time
is expected. The proceeds will go to
After a pleasant visit of two weeks to
relatives of this place, Mr. Stephens and
daughter returned to their borne in
Mississippi a few days ago.
Mrs. Hubbard has returned to her
home in Nashville after a visit to rela
tives at (.lenn's Store.
Mrs. Glenn, of Chapel Hill, and Mrs.
Fleming, of Holt's Corner, are visiting
at this place.
Mrs. Hampton and daughter Nora,
are circulating among relatives at An
drews. Miss Willie McCord, of Duplex,, was
the guest of Miss Hattie Warren last
Mr. Hob McCord has returned home
from Obion county.
Mrs. Christley, of Columbia, and Mrs.
Is now like the drifted snow for
purity. (Jet it of your grocer. tf
Sti vk.hsvim.k, A hit. 10. Newt Derry
berry preached two very interesting
sernions at this place last Sunday.
Miss Annie Tate, of Pulaski, (spend
ing a few weeks with relatives here.
Miss Jennie Me()uigg, of Waco, visi
ted Miss Virginia Hill last week.
Mr. Will Foster and wife have been
at Mr. E. A. Dogger's, near Jamison,
for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Creecv. of Waynes
boro, and Miss Jennie Adkisson, of
liobiiisnn's l-ork, were at Stiversville
on a visit last week. Bi.ondk.
Stock Farm For Sale.
Nice stock farm, containing 105
acres; about io acres in cultivation,
In la nee in woodland and blue grass;
5'a miles from Columbia, on good
pike, in good neighborhood. Price
$1,750; terms is cash, balance in one
and two years. Applv to
augl3-2t W. J. Em buy & Co.
(J EN ERA I, NEWS.
"Commonweal" Coxey was notni
nated Wednesday for Governor of
Ohio, by the Middle-of-the-road
Wagon for Sale.
Low wheel Tennessee Wagon, in
good condition, for sale, flo cash.
It W. A. Dale.
It wis in a negligence case re
cently, and a good humored Irish
man was a witness.
The judge, lawyers and everybody
else were trying their best to extract
from the Irishman something about
the speed of a tram.
"Was it going fast," asked the
"Aw, yis, it were," answered the
"Oh. purty fasht, Yer Honor."
"Well, how fast?"
"Aw, purty fasht."
"Was it as fast as a man can run?"
"Aw, yis," said the Irishman
glad that the basis for an analogy
was supplied. "As fasht as two
min kin run.'' Buffalo Enquirer.
It's the same story. The experience
of all sufferers with blood diseases is
identical. First the doctors are con
suited, and their prescription of potash
and mercury is taken faithfully, but
without result. Months pass, and the
mercurial dose is continued, until
finally, his condition being no better,
or often worse, the patient becomes
discouraged and decides to change
Patent medicines are then taken,
but until the right one is found the
results are the same. S. S. S. is the
only blood remedy on the market
which is guaranteed purely vegetable.
It is the only one that contains no
mercury, no potash, or other mineral,
and therefore is the only one that
promptly gets at the bottom of all
blood diseases ana cures permanently
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that it is difficult for the system to with
stand even the mildest illness.
Mr. Joseph C. Mygatt, of No. 400 Han
cock Ave., Athens, Ga., says: "Icon'
tracted blood poison from dye, which
developed such alarming- symptoms,
that my life was almost despaired of.
At one time there were fourteen car
buncles on my body, and my suffering
was such that for months I was unable
to do any work. The best physician
in our city treated me constantly, but
nis enorts were ot no avail, my condi
tion crowing- worse all the while.
"S. S. S. was recommended, and after
I had taken the first bottle, an im
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every day, and after taking six bottles
I was entirely cured. The carbuncles
all disappeared, leaving my skin per
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There is not a disease of the blood,
it matters not how severe, which S.
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and is a real blood remedy for real
blood troubles, promptly reaching the
seat of the disease, and forcing it out
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HERE IS A
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NEWEST STYLE SURREY.
For sprinp; of 1897 we offer you the finest line of vehicles
we have ever brought to Columbia. For fine and medium
work we know we can please you. We have in the
such up-to-date goods as the
Monitor Cultivator, Imperial
Imperial Plows and Land Rollers.
We buy and sell field seeds
shoiv goods. Come and see
SATTERFIELD & D0DS0N.
AN OLD-TIM K (JANDV l't'll..
When the wintry stars are winkin',
Winkin' at the brink o night.
An' the pale cold moon is sinkin',
smkin' slowly out o'sight,
Then a-blinkin through my glasses,
MT heart gets ewellln' full,
And I mind the lads an' lasses
At an old-time candy pull.
Thar was Mandy Jones, the parson's
Lan sakes, how my heart Jumps!
An' Tommy Brown, as stout a pal
As ever took life's thumps,
An' Betsy Smith an'Jimmony Hill,
An sam an' Mary Liowa,
Whose daddy owned the ole gristmill,
An' lots more of the crowd 1
I mind we met at ole Dowd's place
Jlis kitchen was the best
An' the music o' the old mill race
Kept time to nuip an' lest
Then when the 'lasses was b'iled down,
I tell vou it was fun
To pull it to a golden brown
,rl 1 1 It w a j TM-orior rls rt a f
Then how we danced the '(Jiny reel,
chock lull o' snap an' spunk
All hands around now toe an' heel !
Each lassie with a hunk
()' yellow 'lasses candy
lietwixt ner laugnin' lips
Eh? Bedtime! Dear me, Mandy!
Don't it beat all how time slips?
New York Sun.
A trood familv horse: will sell
cheap. Apply to W. 11. Edsam..
Small Farms for Sale.
Wo have quite a number of gmall,
choice farms for sale, containing
from 50 to lot) acres, desirably
located, and are prepared to offer
bargains. Please see us before buy
ing. W. J. I'.MHHY & (JO.
I'MALLEI) FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the post-oince, for the week
ending August I t, 18!7.
Bogaus, Mack Pig, W M
Bowens, Wm 1'iiiliam, Ed
Buton, J De Koach.Mrs Sam
Davis, E (' Kamsey, T V
Evans, J II Sheppard, Susan
Erankle, Geo M Sanders, A D
Harlan, Ned Sneed, John
Hunter, Eugene Streeter,IIenderson
liove, Mrs Ixira Stocker, Hosey
Ieteher, Benjamin Webster Hammond
Malone, Mrs W O Williams, Ben
McLean, Harvey Wright, John
(liver,Miss Amanda White, John
Parties calling for the above letters
will please say advertised.
W. A. Howard. P. M.
Operations of the Cumberland
Telephone & Telegraph Company,
for the month of June 80, 'H7.
Subscribers added 4;x lilrt
Subscribers discontinue? 19 I'M
Toll Stations added..
Net gain 2W
Total number or suoscriners
in entire territory 7.2TW
Net gain 2,15
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Evans Two Horse Corn Planter,
Disc and Smoothing Harrows,
and grain. lis a pleasure to
The coal fields of the United
States cover 194,000 square miles.
The Tartars take a man by the ear
to invite him to eat or drink with
The invention of the typewriter
has given employment to half a
Anthropologists have ascertained
that the Andaman Islanders, the
smallest race of people in the world,
average less than 4 feet In height,
while few of them, weigh more than
An Ohio man has sold his wife for
$100 and a man in Missouri has
traded his wife for a mule. This
may be looked upon by some as an
evidence that there is a revival of
Rich Little Farm For Sale.
One mile and a-half from Colum
bia on Hampshire pike; containing
about 40 acres of rich level land;
high and dry building site; two
small houses and two barns; plenty
of good water for man and beast.
Price $2,850; terms easy. Address
"H," care the Herald, or inquire
at the first toll gate on the Hump
shire pike. augl3 8t
-Rome for ten, some for twenty and
some for thirty years have suffered from
piles and then been quickly and perma
nently cured by using DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salye, the great remedy for piles
and all forms of skin diseases. A. B
"Shay, m' (hie) frien'!" said Lush
ington, after vainly fumbling with
his latch-key for 20 minutes.
"Well," returned the passer-by.
"Have you (hie) got euch a shing
as a spare key (hie) hole about
Two Cents Higher.
We want t lie best wheat, and will
pay over the market price,
tf Asjiton Bros.
W. B. Johnson, Newark, (')., says, "One
MinuteCough Cure saved my only child
from dying by croup." It has saved
thousands of others suffering with
croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other
serious throat and lung troubles. A. B.
Hains. y 1
Porter Ezell, col., vs. Lettte Ezell, col.
Petition for Divorce. Circuit Court,
Maury County, Tennessee.
In this cause it appearing to me that
the defendant is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary
Frocess of law cannot be served on her.
t Is therefore ordered that publication
be made In the Columbia Herald for
four consecutive weeks, requiring the
defendant to appear within the first
three days of the nert term of the Cir
cuit Court, to be holden for the County
of Maury at the court-house thereof, on
the second Monday In November, 1CC,
then and there to plead, answer or de
mur to complainants hill or the same
will be taken for confessed as to her
and set for hearlna ex parte.
W. F.Embrv, Clerk,
J. A. Smiser, Sol'r for Petitioner.