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THE COLUMBIA IIEliALD: FU1DAY, Ari?IL 8, 18i)8.
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I dm immlij
Miller, who have been on the sick list,
Miss Henlah Bratton, of Water Val
ley, is with the family of her brother,
it ii aituu.
Isom, April 4.-I will again endeavor
to send in the hanoeninus of our vil
lage, hopin that they may be of in
terest to some.
There has been a great deal of sick
ness in the community lately, mostly
roseola. ... ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Jones, Misses Mary
Jones and Iilllian Kittrell were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Satterueld,
of Theta, last week.
Prof. J. O. Godfrey was in our midst
recently, lie was formerly a stuaeni
at Isotri, and we were very glad to see
ill in again.
Mioses Mannie and Hattie Shannon,
who have been visiting friends and
relatives in Columbia for some time,
have returned home.
Miss Maggie I'atton has been visiting
friends in Hampshire.
The school at South Point, under the
management of Miss l'arrle Heard, has
Bro. Morton filled hla regular ap
pointment at the Christian church at
this place on last Sunday.
Hro. Hobert Whiteside and family
will leave for Texas soon, where they
will make their home. It is with much
regret that we give them up, for they
will be greatly missed. We wish them
nuoh happiness in their new home.
Synnyside, April 3. Rev
will deliver a lecture at
7, on "A Trip
Thursday night, April
lnrougn i" gypi."
Kev. M. K. Gabard filled his regular
appointment here Sunday afternoon.
T. P. Brnmbach has been on the sick
list fur several days, but is much better
Misses Aggie and Willie Kmerson
visited J. A. Gilbreath and family, at
Broadview, last week.
Mr. Joe foster, our IIkiuld man,
was with friends here resentlv.
Mr. Austin Bunch, of Neapolis,
visited friends and relatives here since
Miss Irene McCandless has returned
to Mt. Pleasant, after spending a week
with relatives here.
Miss Mattie Trousdale came to see
"home-folks" last week.
Mrs. Genie Alexander and Miss Alice
spent a few days with Carter's Creek
friends since our last. Sinclake.
Dr. Ijeon Hhadden, of
attended the quarterly
Mrs. W. J. Andrews and
Mrs. Campbell, of your city,
ting the family oi air. jas.
near this place.
Miss Shelby, of West Tennessee,
with relatives in this community.
Mr. Lovell. of Giles county, the farm
ing implement man, is here now work
ing fortivans it Erwin.
Miss Hannah Kinzer, of Ashwood,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. Miller.
Miss Fannie Baker, of i.athey'a Creek,
witli relatives here.
Eugene Harrington is at Andrews
is with the family of F. C. Sowed.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bratton, Mr. and
Mrs. Kx Johnon, of Loatherwood,
were at church here Sunday.
Since my last communication, the
spirit of uncle Iianiel Smith has left its
tenement of clay and winged its night
to God, w ho gave it. He was perhaps
the oldest citizen in the community,
having passed his four score years and
ten. His purity of lite and integrity of
character were unquestionable. He was,
in his younger days, a teacher of vocal
music, and his greatest delight in riper
voars seemed to be in singing and list
ening to the songs of ion. Romoi.a.
like every other crop, needs
A fertilizer containing nitro
gen, phosphoric acid, and not
less than 3 of actual
will increase the crop and im
prove the land.
THE -:- MOLINE
Our books tell all about the subject.
are free to any farmer.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
01 Nassau St., New York,
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, )
T.im-hh I nuntv.
VmKU A. Chunky makes oath that he Is
ni.i'tii.T of the firm of K. J
V henry Co., doing business In the City of
Toledo, County and Btate aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
111iNi1itK.il DOLLARS for each and every
case ol Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Caturrn uure.
Khank J. CHUNKY,
awn t,r iMifore ma a nd subscribed in my
nnwiim. this the nth day of December, A.
8BAL. A. W. GLBABON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
nn.i Hira iiirHc.Mv on the blood and mucous
u rfan. of the system. Send for testiniO'
nlals,free. . , , .
F.J. C il km by, Co., Toledo, O,
Hold by Druggists. 75 cents.
Hall's family Tills are the best.
Janl7-8y-im. , .
Leitkiih' Ckkek, April 3. Brother
Owlngs tilled his regular appointment
t. Bethel this morn nt. He delivered an
excellent sermon. !! will hold his
oeond ouartorlv meeting at Goshen
the fourth Sunday In this month.
We are hoping now that frost won't
oome and nip our fruit, a prospects are
vorv favorable for a ttooil crop.
The health of this community ia very
crnii.l at nresent.
: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Flv. of Holt's Cor
ner, are visitiuir her mother. Mrs. E. N.
Misses Maggie and Fannie Elam visi
ltl Mrs. S. W Cook last weok.
Mrs. J. B. Fox, who has been confined
to her room for seven years, with rheu
matism, not being able to walk a step,
lnft horu last fall for Texas to visit her
iwn sons. She w rites back that she
will be home in the summer.
Asever. Humming Bird.
T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster, of
Piomise City, Iowa, says: "I boughtono
bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism
and two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
tv A B. Rains, druiraist. Columbia. 8m
Thirty-five years make a generation.
That is how long Adolph Fisher, of
anesyille, Ohio, suffered from piles.
He was cured by using three boxes oi
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A. B.
Bryant Station. April 4. Miss Mat-
tie Cockrill, of Evergreen, is spending a
few weeks with her grandmother, Mrs
Martha Cooner. of this Dlace.
Mrs. John Moore attended tne bick-
bed of her mother, Mrs. Fannie Hayes,
Mrs. Flora McKlbbon and children
spent a few days last week with her
.....1) If-. A V. lrn.i.
HlOUllT, CUTS. HU V CIUU.
Mrs. Kate Garrette Is on the sick list
Little Ewlng PInkst on, who has had
a painful sore face for some time, we
are glad to say la much better.
It is a great leap from theold-fashion-
ed doses of blue-mass and nauseous
nhvsies to the Dleasant little pills known
as 'DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They
core constipation, sick noaaacne ana
biliousness. A li. Rains. ly
McCain's, April 4. While listening to
the irentle natter of raindrops, with no
other sound to disturb the quietude that
seems to relirn supreme, it reminds us
of a little poem our Kifted "Verna VII
liers" once wrote, one verse of which we
''The voice of the rain seems a low re
And the wind doth sigh asitpasseth by,
And many a dream like a rain-now
Will never come back again."
Ah! In this last decade of the nine
teenth century muny changes will
come perhaps least expected by us, mb
now the crv of war is beinir heralded
across our fair land. Who knows the
future destiny of beautiful America,
and the lives or her rmuie sons mat may
be lost should this coullict arise be
tween the nation! But true to duty,
honor, and their country's cause, we
know they will proye themselves
Rev. M. E. Gabard filled his pulpit at
this place Sunday, presenting an able
discourse to a large audience, from the
text "Courage;" taken front 2 Chron
icles, 3U chap., 8 verse.
Among the visitors in our midst the
fast week were; Mrs. Sue Brandon of
Lewisburg, the guest of her sister Mrs.
Dave Trousdale. Mrs. Letslnger and
Misses Kidd of Columbia, at Mr. Dan
Wilsford's. Our Herald man, "llust-
ling Joe Foster," who spent one night
in our midst and engaged In a run over
our hills and valleys in the moon-light
chasing "Ruben."-Mlss Myrtle Chris
tian of Lewis county, as the guest of her
cousin Mr. Clayton at the parsonage.
Mr. Jett Hugger and wife are with
relatives at Belfast, Marshall county.
Mr. Bob Reed and wife,' Mr. Kid Doug
las and wifeof Vales Mills, Giles county,
t Mr. J. M. Walkor's.
We are glad to have Miss Mattie Reed
tiack In our midst at the home of her
sister Airs. Walker; she has been un
der treatment at the infirmary in Nash
viiin for some time, and is areat'.v lm
proved and hopes to be entirely restored
to health soon.
The question debated at our Literary
Clnfo Friday nteht was. "Resolved, that
more knowledge is gained from read
ing than from observation." Affirma
tive. Messrs. Floyd Gilbreath, Arnold
4ino1riiin and Will Kennedy: Neaative,
Messrs. Odie Thomas, O. M. Trousdale
and Arvls McDonald. The Judges de-
jtiiil in fnviir of the negative.
Miss Kidd, of Honryville, Lewis
county, entered school at this place
Monday, and is boarding at rairviow.
Miss Tennie Lovell is back In school
flirain after several week's absence on
Mr. Will Kennedy and sister Cora,
visited relatives at Campbell Station
last week. ...
l'rof. Scott will go to Mt. Pleasant the
latter part of this week to assist in
selecting the speaker for the medal at
Misses MaKgie and Ella Walker
visited their uncle Mr. Jim Hannah, in
the Bigbvville neighborhood, last week.
Mr. Felix Nelson is slowly improving
from his hurt received some time past.
Mrs. Mangrem, of Holt's Corner, is
visitina- her daughter. Mrs. W. J ancy.
Water Valley, April 4. Rev. Splvy
preached at the U mon church on yes
terdav morning, and at Jones' school
house yesterday anernoon. ue win
continue to preach here every first
There will be services at the Metho
dist church on next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, by the pastor, liro. Owiugs.
Sunday-school at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. j. ij. Williams was tne guest or
relatives near Williamsport last week.
Miss Ora Gardner visited Misa htina
Elam of Fly, recently.
Miss litttie Williams has returned
home, after a pleasant visit with
friends in Columbia.
Miss Ueulah Bratton Is visiting rela
tives on Leatherwood and at Shady
Grove, at this writintr.
M s. Cora Hooker haa returned home
after spending several days with her
mother, Mrs. maekbnrn or wosnen.
Mrs. Minnie Teter of Dark's Station,
was the (ruest of Mr. and Mrs. lorn
Maves of our village last week. She is
one of the Heralu familv. Write sooji
cousin, your pieces are read with inter
est by Ohestra.
Thousands of sufferers from grippe
have been restored to health by One
Minute CouKh Cure. It quickly cures
couirhs. colds, bronchitis, pneumonia
grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung
diseases. A. B. Rains. ly
Gkovelasd, April 5. Sacramental
services were conducted at rieasani
Mt., last Sunday by the pastor, Rav. 1.
E. Hudson. A large audience was present.
The Sunday-Bchool at rleasaut Mt.,
was re-organized last sunaay. uiyue
Galloway was elected superintendent,
nd Mr. V. K. Denton, J. 11. ivanuon, w.
C. Smith, E. J. Bark, I). T. Harris, W. T.
Galloway and Mrs. C. R. Denton were
appointed teachers or tne various
classes. The Sunday-school is in a
nourishing condition, and Mr. Hudon
hopes to have a list of 'iw scholars this
J .... j m
i ne seconu quarterly tuiucreuto ii
Culleoka and Hurricane charge will
convene at Hurricane next Saturday
and Sunday. They hope to hold the
meeting in the new church.
We have a new thresher company at
Groveland. L. F. Dixon and Soaton
Mosei signed a contract with Dobbins
it Ewiug last Monday and ordered a
Garr-Scott & Company thresher and
Since my last, G. W. Grain, L. F.
Dixon and J. P. Dillehay have all lost a
Our farmers are getting along a little
slowly with their farm work now, on
account of the wet weather. Some have
a good stand of corn up, but it is look
ing very yellow on account of the re
cent cool weather. Wheat and oats are
Miss Jennie Crews is in very feeble
health at this writing. Robin.
MANO SHALL NOT IME TO-NIGHT.
A CUBAN ROMANCE.
Written for the ITkrald.
Cuba's sun was setting slowly,
'Xeath the rich plains in the west;
And it seemed as if the llowers,
Birds and bees had cone to rest.
In the doorway of a cottage, .
Sat a maiden, young and fair,
With a sweet face, sad and thoughtful,
And a wealth of midnight hair.
IS KING OF COM ' PLANTERS.
It' has proven its superiority as it puts
the amount of corn, millet, sorghum or
nnnn i Villi r r I rill no irrkii wnnt if I r-
As the shades of darkness gathered, UUilO 111 tuu Lilll Ul uim cio jvu nauu u, vv
Mane's brow grew stern ana white, . . , i i , f 1U'
kly breathed the whisper, HQ CT aWaY Willi IUU IlUUUSiSUY Ul tUlllUlUil Ul
not die to night." . " . . J
replanting as is usually the case with some
other machines; it is simple, compact, light
and the farmers' delight. All we ask is an
examination of our planters, and we are
positive you will be. convinced of the su
periority of the MOLINE. .
Weht Point, April 5. Rev. S. II
Eshuian.of Tlmmons, preached an ex
cellent sermon to . an appreciative
audience here Sunday afternoon.
The members of the Sibbtth.school
at this place will endeavor to entertain
those who wish to attend with an
Easter exercisa n ixt Suudty afternoon
at 2 o'clock. ThU will be followed by a
lecture from Rev. F. J. Tyler, of your
city. Subject, "The Pyramid of Egypt; '
or, "Go:' u Hii-lorv."
Still it rains and the farmers are be
ing hindered from planting. Wheat
is looking most too well for this time
of the season. The light frost failed to
damage our fruit aud gardens last
Glad to see "Raven Locks" in again.
The Herald's "Sylvia" entertained
some friends at her home aturoay
night. , ,
Mrs. Manaon vestal, oi near wasn
ville. soent last week here, and was ao
companied home by Mrs. G. H. Fitz
Mr. A. J. Marshall, of Godwin, spent
Simdav with friends here.
Mr. Norman Armstrong Is spending
this week with Ed Fitzgerald.
We reitret to chronicle the death oi
our old friend and neighbor, Mr. P. H.
Southall. Deceased was a good man,
who will be sadly missed, not only in
his immediate neighborhood, but
throughout the county. "Yea, though
walk through 'he valley or tne
shadow of death. I will foar no evil, for
Thou art with me." Bro. Southall' ex
emplary christian life showed that the
vaiiev Had no snaaowa ior mm. now
wonderfully sweet and comforting
the thouirht of joining loved ones on
the other side, after the storms of life
are over! We extend our heartfelt
sympathy to the bereaved ones, pray
ing God's blessings on all.
(J irwood'sSarsayaruia lorttie blood
guaranteed to cure. A. u. WAINS.
While It is true the wise counsel of
the age has caused many a young man
to "take heed to his ways," vet hun
dreds of years need not be spent to ao-
compnsn aujiiiing. n- .ywmm iur...
can now enter upon nis mumiuu m mo
Vigor of manhood, it is tne youug
man that la moving tne puipn, muting
the nress. movintr the world. Joseph
was a comparatively young man wnen
he stood before the King of Egypt.
David was but a shepherd boy when
called to the throne. Jesus, at the aire
of thirty years, entered upon nis min
istry and accompusnea morn iui ma
world in tnree ana a nan mu
had been accomplished before in four
Who are the most eminent physicians
and lav vers of our day? Young men.
Only a few years ago it seemed no one
could be a representative in the legis
lative halls, nor occupy any executive
mansion, unless h's hair was gray.
Now young men occupy many of these
important positions. And the railroad
business of the United States is carried
on largely by young men Whom do
you tind at the store, the bank, the
workshop, satisfactorily discharging
their duty, but the young men? Though
they should never lose siaht of char
acter and run after reputation. Charac
ter is what you ure. Kepiuanon is wnai
people think of you. Aud perseverance
In whatever vocation they may choose.
Like Mr. Webster said, "There is plenty
of room at the top of the ladder.
And she auic
"Mano shall not die to-nigl
She had heard a conversation
Between two treacherous Spaniards.
Had formed a plot to murder Mano,
At the close of that sad day.
But the loyal little maiden,
With her soul so full of love,
Resolved to save the Cuban captain.
And the starlit skies above
Seemed to watch her every movement,
As on she rode with heart so light.
Her pale lips always murmuring softly,
"Mano shall not die to-night."
Mano's little ship lay anchored
Near Havana, miles away;
But the maiden whipped her pony,
Eager to reach the place where lay
The "Cuban Crest." Marie's heart with
Her sweet pale face was glad and
The w'rds were always murmured
"Mano shall net die to night."
On she went ; far on, 11 avana
Passed her like one long dark tower.
And as she left the large sad city,
Distant hells oealed out the hour.
She reached the coast; there lay the
With crew astir, and every light,
Seemed to echo back the whisper
"Mano shall not die to-night."
j kit a.
RHEl'.MATISM CURED IN A WAY
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
tieuralgiH radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
it HPiinn nnon the system is remarka
ble and mysterious. "It removes at once
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The tlrst dose greatly hene
lits; 7.i cents. Sold by A
gist, Columbia, Tenn.
B. Rains, drug-
M. L. Yocuui, Cameron, Pa., says, "I
was a sufferer for ten years, trying most
all kinds of pile remedies, but witnout
success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
was recommended tome. I used one
box. It has effected a permanent cure
As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve has no equal, a. n
Shady Grove, April 4. The day that
has lust closed has been one of those
April days when
"All lav lond. the low-hung clouds hath
Their garnered fullness down."
Everything and everybody seem to be
moving on full or lue and energy
Some farmers are plowing oyer corn,
mill irardeu truck is almost ready for
Our quarterly meeting was held here
on last Thursday. Bro. Thos. L. Mo dy
preached some good sermons to an ap
Elder F. C. So well, of Andrews, filled
his usual monthly appointment at Duu
lan last Sunday, and at Bethel in the
A. A. Erwin sold a lot of nice beef
cattle last week to Mr. Ben Harrington
nf XhsIiv e.
J. D. Evans sold a pair ot work mules
few davs since to W. A. Stannll, of
T .it tip Ixit.
Mrs. W. J. McEwen and Mrs. W. D,
JOHNNIE 11 KB TO SAMMIE YANK.
By Fac Hlmlle.
"I'm a Rebel frum fightin' old Tennes
Gimme back my gun that you tuck
Fer Cuba must, an' she shall be free
An' Its lef for you an' let' fer me,
'Cause them pollitishuns can't agree
f An' we'll go an' line mars Fitzhu' Lee,
So fHv back ter me mv old war irnn.
i . x ' i. !
aaiiiiuie i in n,
An Hidn hv side we'll make 'em run.
Shoulder ter Bhoulder an' thum' ter
Under 'Old Glory' we'll make 'em hum
We'll drive all invaders tnai may cum,
While the band plays 'Dixie-Doodle
dum, , .
Them dirtv Snanvards makes me bile,
A 8tarvln' old man, an' woman 'an
starvin' nimme mv gun I've got red
Swipe 'em off the earth with shell an'
Let the buzzards eat 'em before they
Tne enfernal aneakin' an' whole blame
When from her pony she dismounted,
Krave Marie ran like a dart.
Reached the ship's side almost breath
With a wildly throbbing heart.
For a moment paused the maiden,
Then with brow aud lips so white,
She stepped into the water murmuring
"Mano shall not die to-night."
She took a lonir rone from her pocket
Attached it to the ship's strong side;
Then she bravely climbed her ladder,
Never stooping 'till inside.
She reached the deck, at most exhausted,
But with face and heart ao light;
Her pale lips kept repeating softly,
"Mano shall not die to-night."
Marie ran into the cabin.
She saw a man. His nob'e brow,
Caused her to forget her trembling,
For all fear had left her now.
And the brave, but awe-struck Captain,
Gazed into her eyes so nright,
While the maiden smiled and whis
"Mauo shall not die to-night."
At his feet, she told her story;
Showed her hands all bruised and
And the captain tearful listened,
To the sufferings sue nau oorue.
Marie grasped his hand in silence,
And her face lit un so bright.
That the Captain murmured with her
"Mauo shall not die to-night."
Soon the maiden's daring bravery,
Became known to all the crew.
And Spain's soldiers, they were cap
By the sailors, though but few.
As the prisoners, sailors, captain,
Watched the maiden's face so bright,
All joined in the low, sweet whisper,
"Mano shall not die to-night."
Willie Whitson Dowell.
Every expectant mother hftl
A trying ordeal to face. If she does not
The Maine outch, my Jlnts needs a
They blowed her up oh, my blood's a
Oh, gimme my gun I can't 6tan' the
When they talk ter me erbout the
So cum' together, we'll wipe out Spain
Old Glory' shall
We have in the past few years sold a few
of the above cultivators, and we want to
impress on you the fact that it is the only
successful cultivator ever offered .in Maury
County. This implement is comparatively
a new thing with us, but has been sold with
increasing demand every year for the past
5 or G years, It will cultivate more corn
. 1 1 j a 3 1. 0
or potatoes, ao oetier anu more Kiims ui
work at one going over than any two shov
el cultivators; mark: it is light draft, easily
handled and will do away with the neces-
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sity ot having points sharpened, snanKS
breaking, etc. We guarantee them abso
lutely the best.
If you want the best Disc Harrow ever
rolled over a field, buy a Dutch Girl, and
you will be pleased; it is strong and'simple.
Moline and John Dere lever harrows, all
steel, and will last longer and do better
work than any drag harrow made. We
Have Buggies, Surreys, Buck Wagons
and Harness. Any quantity, quality, style and finish, and
prices so low you can't afford to haul your family any longer
in the old farm wagon. Call and inspect our line. We can
save you money.
never have no such
are one to-day at our country s
rail, , ,
Sammie Y ank,
When it cums ter war all else mus' fall,
Sammie i snk I
In the garb of friendship the insult
More horrible than any tongue can tell,
An still their crimes will swell an'
Till we send 'em ter the bottom of hell,
sammie i anu i
The fight will be fit all will be well.
In the future we, as Brothers, ever win
Hark lookout that's a Y'ankee-Rebel
get ready for it
there is no telling
what may happen.
Child-birth is full
of uncertainties il
Nature is not given proper assistance.
Is the beet help you can use at this time.
It Is a liniment, and when regularly ap-
plied several months before baby comes,
It makes the advent easy and nearly pain
less. It relieves and prevents " morning
sickness," relaxes the overstrained mus
cles, relieves the distended feeling, short
ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer
tain without any dangerous after-effects.
Mother's Friend is good for only one
Durpose, vix.: to relieve motherhood of
danger and pain.
One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or
km tiv .miviLt on rweiDt of price.
Fhii Booa, containing valuable informa
tion for women, will be fenv to any
Upon application to
THE BRADFIELO R20ULAT0R CO.,
We have the best, the CAPITAL. No one questions
that. Also a few more of the cheaper ones at $30 00. Also
wagon harness, plow gear, in fact any farming hardware
When in town, don't forget to examine our
you may want.
as we are the pioneers in tne lmsc now Dusiness in len
nessee. They will work where all other plows fail; will do
better and more work than any hand plow. Harrow,
and subsoil plow; ask your neighbor about the John Deere
or Hancock, and he will say he does not see how he can
faim without it. They are winners.
Barbed Wire, Cement, Land Plaster, Fire Brick, Sewer Vipes,
Oils, Tamps, ..Steel Stock Tanks, etc.
Street Si -Co.
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