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THE COLUMMA IIEHALI): FIJI DAY, APRIL 22, 1898.
Special Bargains in
Our Millinery Department.
New Sailors, Burnt Orange, Roses, and
Bluies are the go. Come and see them.
Skirts and Shirt Waists.
We offer extra inducements in this line.
Great Reduction in Silks.
We have too
much in stock and wish to close
Misses Dora Cooper, Jessie Roth,
Alice Hond, Id;i Hildreth, Irene j
Irwin and Jesse Rostick, left Moo- j
day afternoon tor Culleoka to at
tend the Epworth League Conven-1
tion. Mr. Anderson, of Howard In- I
stitute, will go Wednesday after
noon as another representative from
Mrs. Joe Wlntrinch is recovering
from a severe attack of la grippe.
Mrs. John Hildreth left Tuesday
for an extended visit to her son,
Will, who resides in Fannersville,
lex. Khe will also visit her son,
Bid, in Marietta, Indian Territory,
befure returninir home.
Mrs. Ada Nesbitt, of Nashville, is
with her parents on Seminary
Mrs. Cahoun (nee) Miss Enma
Pray tor, of liirmingham, Ala., is
here on a visit to her parents.
Miss Linda Lusk, who lias been
spending some time with relatives
and friends here, returned to her
home in the country Monday.
Mrs. Judge Himinons, of Liw-
renceburg, visited relatives here
Mrs. W. 8. Jennings is on a pro
tracted visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Perry, in Jackson, Teun. H.
Brn. K, S. H. Waldron will peach for
the lU'i'fh Hill eongteita'inn the tlrst
Lord's lay in May. llro. Murphy will
also preach there the second Lord's
lay m May. The people will meet
there every Lord's Day this summer at
i o'clock a. m. and Mrs. S. D. Morton
will teach singing until 10 o'clock,
when Sunday-sclioul will he held.
Kverybody is" cordially invited to at
tend Mr. Mach is erecting a hew house on
With best wishes to the Hkr.w.d, 1
am as ever, IIkktha.
Don't wait till the rush is on, buy
now before harvest prices right.
See Sattkkfield & Dodson. tf
Shoe Department Bargain.
Just received another lot of those Tan and Black
Vested top Oxford Ties, $1.00 per pair; worth $1 50.
Ladies' Underwear Sale.
Muslin Underwear almost at your own price.
A nice Gauze Vest for 4c.
Silk Taped Vest, worth 25c, only 10c.
23 yards, yard-wide Sea Island domestic, Jor $i.
Belts ! Belts ! Belts !
This season's purchase, worth 40c, 50c and 75c;
choice for 25c.
ioo doz, large size Turkish Bath Tozvels, only gc.
Just Arrived !
ioo New Clocks,
ioo Nero Racks,
ioo Real Handsome
Don't Fail to get Your Tickets.
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Lektwich, April 17. On the evening
of April 10, after several days of pain and
guttering, Mrs. Martha Jane Jackson
closed her earthly pilgrimage of fifty
years, and her spirit went back to (loll
wno gave it. Anotner tencter, loving
mother has gone to her promised re
ward in heaven. A home is bereft of
its brightest light. Truly we can say,
a fond and loving mother, a good and
kind neighbor and an earnest and zeal
ous christian is go le. Sh9 will be mts:-
ed, not only by herchildren, but by the
wnoie community, i et sne is not aena,
but sleepeth, and on the morning of the
resurrection she will greet us all again.
To the sorrowing children that are left
so lonely, we would say, look upward,
for tne spirit or your dear motner win
always be with you, though her body
sleeps in the silent tomb.
Mr. ami ftirs. vv. r. uaraison, ot An
drews, with their little children, Lulu
and Lily, spent Saturday and bunuay
in our neighborhood.
Miss 1,11 en Jones, nf Lasea, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Davidson Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb visited Mrs.
Lamb's mother at Verona last week,
and was accompanied home by her sis
ter, Miss Laura iteynoids.
Aunt Nannie Gullet is dangerously
ill at this writing.
Miss Lizzie Jackson is also on tne
sick list. Maud and Blanch k.
If you wHittthe most stylish buggy,
we have it. rubln'r tire if you say so.
See Sattkkfield & Dodsos.
Laska, April 18. Prof. Lane, of Wil
liamspnrt, has closed his school here
and returned home.
Hydrophobia has about ceased in this
community, Prof. F. 11. Amick's dog
being the last to have the rabies.
Mr. R. G. Derry berry, of Saltlllo,
Tenn., is visiting friends and relatives
here, lie will return soon.
Rro. Nat Jones preached a very in
teresting discourse to a large and at
tentive audience here Sunday. Hro.
A. Y. Derryberry, of Columbia, will
preach for us tlie second Sunday iu
Little Miss Lula Derryberry, who
has been having chills, we are glad to
note is better.
Hro. Jim Harris will preach at
Sharp's Corner Sunday, theiMth.
Mrs. iaa isrown, or Old Heriin, was
visiting relatives here recently.
Miss Mary Price was visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. D. Derry herry, ecently.
With success to the Hkkald and its
family, we are, Hosb and Nell.
ACME EASY CHAIR.
If you will ca'l at
our store, you will
agree with us, that
we now have on hand
a stock of the cheapest, best and largest as-
to be found in Columbia or anywhere else.
The entire stock marked down cheaper than
ever. Call and see for yourself.
W. J. 0A)(ES,
North Main Street, Columbia, Tenn.
Harnood's Sarsanarilla for the blood
j-uaranieed t.ocure. A. o. kaijnb
Kkttlk Mills, Apr. 18 Ernest Love,
of the Nashville mole School, preached
at tins place on tne zaa Sunday in the
otev Delk, son ot W m. Delk, Sr., died
last Wednesday, after many month's
suffering with consumption, in the l!)th
year oi ins age. unerat services were
conducted by Kevs. Brooks and Hull,
and he was laid to rest by the side of his
mother and brother in the ranilly bury
Ernest Lovell has moved to Hurricane
Mills, Humphreys county. Wish him
sueci ss in his new home.
Several fishermen from the Ashwood
vicinity were camping and fishing at
the nam last week.
Mrs. A. 1$. Cathey, of Isom, visited
her daughter last week.
Mr. J. M. Delk, who has been on the
sick list for some time, is improving.
our neighbors in the Hickman hills,
back or here, have been righting tire for
the past few days. We don't hear of
anyone that is very anxious for sure-
enough fighting, however.
The frost king touched us lightly
when he passed over, and spared our
fruit and clover, but bit the early corn
ColnMa Planing Mill anil Furniture Factory. EstaMisM in 1861.
FRANK H. SMITH,
(Successor to Lamb Bmlth) Manufacturer of and Dealer In
FURNITURE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS.
Orders from dealers solicited and promptly attended to. Turninir and Scroll
Sawing of every variety. Stair Railing, Balusters, Newell Posts.
I have always on hand a large stock of Walnut and Dressed Lumber. Glaied
aasn, Doors, iinnas, iuc, which i will sell on the most advantageous terms.
A full supply of llrick always on hand.
VFR ANK H. SMITH. OOM7MR1A. TKN,
HARRIS & COLE BROTHERS,
Manufaotureri and Dealers la
a good deal.
MARTIN & WILKINS,
Machinery repairing of all kinds done promptly and goorf, at reasonable pr
oes Kngine. Thresher snd Saw Mill work a specialty. Also dealers in In
Pining Steam and Ga Fittings, Inspirators, Injectors and Brass Goods of t
kinds? Pickering or Sensitive governors furnished on short notice.
We ar Agents for the Champion Wagon.
rr.ui io. mirineiiv In the wav of i mprovemen t on a farm wagon.
M ill Pay all parties wanting'the host wagon on the market to examine the Cham-
,.,.-nt,uainir. W ft won d be mail to see parties
We would be glad to see
iur line at our machine shop In front of Passenger
parties wanting anything in
Depot, C olumbia, ienn.
(Continued from Third rage.)
An Interesting Hatch of New
Mt. Pleasant, Aol. 19. The gen
eral topic of conversation here is
warl war, although our enterprising
citizens continue to build, and our
iihosphate mines are actively work
ed ; heavy shipments of rock are
leaving here daily.
A large audience assembled in the
Methodist church Sunday morning
and listened to an able discourse by
the pastor, Hev. A. C. Couey. Ser
vices were not held in the Presby
terian church, owing to the Rbsence
of the pastor, Rev. J. N. Lyle at
Presbytery in Pulaski. Judge Leon
Frierson also attended as a repre
sentative from this church.
Messrs. Chas. and Rufus Jackson
have commenced work on the old
liotel lot here for the building of a
two-story brick. Tne lower noor
will be two business houses, while
the upper floor will be fitted out for
a newspaper office; and Rufus C
Jackson, our able and brilliant ex
niitor of the "Maury Courier," will
begin the publication of a weekly
newspaper as soon as his office can
Ozni Henderinan is building a
handsome two-story residence on
North Depot street.
Robert Goodloe's two pretty and
artistic dwellings on North Mnin
street are noarlng completion. .Mr.
tioodloe is building these houses for
f renting-. They are
both convenient and desirable
Prof. Jas. A. Rostick is having
several rooms, added to his dwell
ing. The progressive people of the
Methodist church are having an
Kpworth League hall added to the
rear of their church. It will also
be used for prayer-meetings, Sun-day-school,
James Donley's residence on
Frierson avenue is receiving its
finishing touches. This building
adds very much to the appearance
of this avenue.
H. Phrlps. late of Buffalo, . i .
is having several spacious and sub
stantial buildings erected near the
old depot; these buildings will be
used for the drying of phosphate.
Mr. Phelps has great faith in the
future of this town, and he is deal-
ingextensively in the phosphate iu
Stewart & Irwin, contractors and
builder, have recently bunt a
snacious warehouse near the new
denot: thev now carry a full stock
of sash, doors, blinds, mouldings,
Quite an excitement prevailed on
our street a few minutes Sunday
morni.g, caused by the running
awav of Mrs. John O. Hill's horsn
with her bmrir.v. and her little 9-
voar old granddaughter in the
buggy. Mrs. Hill had gotten
out to oneu a trite at Mrs. iiil
dreth's. her sister, when the horse
became suddenly frightened and
dashed across the square, turning
several corners and finally running
against a stump near the hotel,
turninir the buirirv over and throw
inu-the child out She was picked
ud at once by ir. Clark and carried
to hU ofllce. and on examination, it
WHS found she had received only a
few bruises. The horse ran on some
distance and became entangled in
tlm harness and was caught; the
bugirv was completely demolished
Cant. W. ri. Jennings and sister,
Mrs. Will Brooks, received a tele
gram Sunday announcing the death
of their brother. Mr. James Jen
nings, at his home i.i I) tllas county,
IV. Mr. Jennings fomnrly lived
iiMHr here and has in .my friends
thrniiLrhont the county win) will be
irrieved to hear of his death.
rtheritT Webb. a?coini):inied by
several of his deputies, was here
Satur lav night and captured twelve
sous of Hani while they were busily
engaged in a gnme of "crap')." They
were all carried to jail, leaving here
Hnnrlnv mornihir at 1 o'clock.
The 75th anniversary of the I. O.
C) V. will be celebrated here the 2(5
inst. Several distinguished speak
ers are expected to be here.
Rev. L A. Morgan, pastor of the
Cumberland organization, and R-v.
W. C. HadclitTe will attend the
meeting of Richland Presbytery at
Mt. Moriah, in Giles county, on the
22nd. Mrs. J. W. Jones anu imiss
Lanie Henderinan will also attend
as delegates from tne Missionary
Society of this organiz ition.
Mr. NickOrr and Mrs. Lula Mc
Cuddy were united in marriage Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of the
bride's brother, Mr. Oho. Killebrew.
Among those here from a distance
to attend the wedding were Mrs. J.
H. Killebrew and Mrs. Jones,
mother and sister of the bride.
West Point. April 19. Rev. W. T.
Wayniek of Columbia, preached for this
people last sannatn anernoou.
Rev. F. J. Tyler delivered an inter
esting lecture at this place sini'e our
last, to nuite a large audience, subject,
"(iod in History."
The heavy rain Monday night seems
to have hindered the farmer more and
(ilad to find that the fruit is not all
killed by the recent cold wave.
Little chickens, mule colts and war
talk, are the very latest subjects here
U. II. Fitzgerald sold to Mr. J. Thomas
45 tine hogs last week, to be delivered
next r nuav.
Messrs. Kinir and aughii, two of
Murfreeslioro's callant beaux, spent a
nart of last week in our midst.
Kdd Fitzirerald has none to Alabama
to stay indetlinitely, and we mss him
morning noon and evening, for a liaht
from out of home has gone. A chord is
missed in the music at the hearth stone
when his voice is awav.
Miss Marie (ioad, who has been quite
sick, we are glad to say is improving
Mr. .1. W. Hasshatn s building a new
van! fence, which will add considera
bly to the looks of his place when com
neeins lo nave oeeu pome nine
since we heard the iihkai.ivs "nooiu
With best wishes I remain .i'la.
rf ... ,ifZ.
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Also Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings,
WOOD delivered to all parts of the city.
p-Uoori poplar log and lumber wanted. Call and tee ai before bavins elnewhAm.
TKLKPHONK No. 16. fnbll l
MT. JOY AM) MVIEDOMA.
Mt. Joy, April 20. The white winged
Anttel of Death has again visited us,
and claimed for its victims the sweet
spirit of Kminett, the 4-month-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Stinson, Jr., and
its grandmother. Mrs. Martha J. Stin
son, wife or Mr. .lames .-.mison, or.
Little Kmmett breathed his last on the
llth. at 11 o'clock, and Mrs. Martha Stin
son passed ipiietly away Sunday morn
ing at 1 o (Mock, ner oeaiu uein ur iu
that dreaded disease, consumption. The
former whs laid to rest at the Bailey
burial-ground, and the remains ot tne
latter were Uid beneath the sod at the
Hunter grave yard at Mt. Pleasant. We
deeply sympathize with the bereaved
ramiiy. weep noi, ior your iovcu mc
are away from pain and death, and are
at home with their (iod and Saviour.
Miss Anna Lindsay is sick with chills.
We wish her a speedy recovery.
Our merchant, Mr. Newton McClain,
has sold his store and dwelling house
to Robert Uullock, but will continue to
live here until July.
our Sunday-school is progressing
nicely. We have preaching every tlrst
and third Sunday by Brother Morgan,
of Mt. Pleasant He is a young preach
er, but he handles the scripture with
the knowledge of one with full under-
ot a twl i f 1
Mr. Jolin Fuller is very low with
The fanners are planting over their
iimt wm killod hv the recent cold
spell. A great many of the early gard
ennra are wearing lonsl faces, as all
their parlv corn was laid low by jack
frost. Wheat and clover are looking
nue. Simi-i.k Maiiy
It is true wisdom lor every
body to take a thorough course of
Swift's Specific just at this season
of the year. The blood is sluggish
and impoverished, and the system
is full of impurities which should
be eliminated. In addition to
thoroughly cleansing the blood,
and toning up the system so as to
avokl loss of appetite and a gen
eral run-down feeling in the
spring, S. S. S. bo strengthens and
builds up as to fortify against the
many forms of dangerous illness
that abound during the hot sum
It is a very small
matter to take this precaution but
it insures health and strength all
i TU I 1IIGBIBI
is far ahead of all other remedies
for this purpose. It is a real
blood remedy which promptly
purifies the blood and thoroughly
renovates the entire system, tones
and strengthens the stomach, and
renews the appetite. It is the
only safe tonic, being purely vege
table, and the only blood remedy
guaranteed to contain no arsenic,
sulphur, mercury, potash or other
mineral substance, which is of so
much importance to all who know
the injurious effects of these drugs
Nature should be assisted by na
ture's remedy, S. S. S. Take
S. S. S. and be well all summer.
RKAL ESTATE TltANSEKKS,
M. R. Priest et al. to X. I). Hadley. 2
tracts of land in 10th dist., $1,"IK.
S. P. Harlan et al. to (1. N. McKennon,
m acres in loth dist., $'2,(i.')U.
will Phillips to Henry smax and
wife, lof in Mt. Pleasant. $21.50.
Maury Co. ll.it u Asso., lot in Colum
Simon Hardison to John A. Loften,
int. in land in dist., iiO'.UkS.
A. N. Akin, V. & M., to Alphonso
Cajot, 52 acres in 13th dist., $2,500.
Kiehard Stevenson to Harriet Hunter,
lot tit h dist., $125.
J. J. Cellars to J. T. Derryberry, 3
acres in 2,'Jrd dist,, exchange.
Binders and mowers are the best
Don't give your order until you see
the Champion. Wee
It Battkrfikld & Donsox.
Shot Through the llnnil.
While Bill McEwen, son of Mr.
Erwin McEwen, whs handling a
pistol last Wednesday night, getting
it in trim for the Spaniards, the
weapon wasaccidentally discharged,
the ball passing through the fleshy
part of his left hand and. causing a
UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letterb
for the week ending April 21, 1858.
Free Trial Treatment
Tft TTvflrVATlO w,1 suffers with any
U EiVCiyUUC chronic disease of
any part of the human Imdv, such as Kid
ney and Bladder, Heart. Mverand HUimiich
troubles. Knee and Hkin Eruptions, disor
ders ot the sexual Organs, Hkxual W'kak
NKssand Indifference, etc.
Provided application be made at once, In
order that Us Inventions, appliances and
never-falling remedies niav receive the
widest poHHlble publicity, Biid prove their
own merits by actual use and permanent
cures. No money whatever will lie received
by the Illinois State Sanitarium from any
one under Hp treatment until beneficial re
sults arc acknowledged, ltd remedies and ap
pliances have been communded bv the news
paper nf two continents and endorsed by
the greatest doctors In the world. Wherecle-
velopnient Is desired they accomplish Hand
never tan 10 invigorate, upliullil and rortl
fv. They Infuse new life and energy. They
permanently stop all losses w hich under
mine the constitution and produce despon
dency. They retime, refresh and restore to
manhood, regardless of age. Thev cure evil
habits and permanent ly remove their ef-
cts, as well as those of excesses and nver-
taxed bruin work. neurHstlienlu or nervous
exhaustion. No failure, noMiubllcit v, no
decepi Ion. nodiMiippointment. Write to-day.
nr.vrr. raKIIIUAL HA MTAltlUM,
niarlSIIm Kvanxton, 111.
Brit ton, Laura
(ireen, VV D
Ie V erne, Ijouise
Lyman, Mrs S
Pou nee y, S K 2
Nmallwood, W P
Parties calline for the above letters
please say advertised.
ii. r . r akips, r. m.
Now is the time to get your sup
plv of election cards. Have them
printed at tne heralds job
Pursuant to the terms of a morttraire.
or tru'tdeed executed to mebv.lohn A.
arris, on the fifth day of February.
1S07, and of record in the oillee of the
Register of Maury County, Tenn.. in
book Hb volume 4, page (115, 1 will, on
Saturday, April 30, 1898,
Proceed to sell for cash to the highest
and best bidder, on the farm of the late
Dr. W. H. Krown. in the 21st civil dis
trict of Maury County, Tenn., one saw
mill, steam enginelarge saw, edging
saw and table, cut-olT saw and table, ex
tra saws, etc., loir carriage, log trucks.
shafting, pulleys and other attach
ments and appliances belonging to taid
saw mill, engine, etc. Hale will be made
between the hourg or 10 o'clock, a. in..
and 4 o'clock, p. m. Immediate posses
sion will be given the purchaser.
l nis iwarcn ;w, mm.
J C.TAYLOR, Special Com'r.
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE.
Thirty-live years make a generation.
That is" how long Adolph Fisher, of
.atiesyille, Ohio, suffered from piles.
He was cured by iwing three boxes of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel iSaive. A. K
Camp Rranoh, April 20. After a few
weeks absence from the 11kuai.ii, we
will Jot d uvn what few items we have
The health of our community is very
good, with the exception of Miss Par
lie Nolcs, who, we are surry to say, is
Owinc to so much rain, tne larmers
of this place are not all through plant
ing corn vet.
Mr-i. Hettie Potts spent several days
with Miss Allatha Rail recently. Mr.
K. , I. Rail and family returned home
with her and spent several days with
relatives on Liepers and Lick Creeks.
Mrs. R. R. Kelsey, of Lynnville, is
visiting relatives at this pl.ieo.
Mr. R. .1. Ra'l had the misfortune to
lose a tine colt last week.
: Office: Corner High and Eighth Streeti
Office hours: 8 to 10 s to 4.
RAILROAD TIME TARLE.
, 4:fto p. m
. 8:8U a. m
Columbia :-: Athenseum,
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Instruction In Primary. High School and
full College wor. with special advantages
in Music. rt. Elocution, ruori nana ana
lrlnic ursslnn br .lanuary 17. 1S98.
Kur catalogues or further Information,
KOBEKT I. SMITH.
8:20 a. m
7:00 p. n
LnulsviU and Nashville Division
No. 8 leaves
No. 4 leaves
No. 8 (Accommodation) leaves
No. " " leaves
No. 8 (fast line) leaves
No. 1 (fast line) leaves
No. 7 (Uallatln and Decatur Ac
No. 6 (Pulaski Acco'm leaves...
IS'AMhvtlle and Florence IXvlalnn
No. 21 Accommodation, leaves... 10 :S0 a. id
ii Florence Accommodation,
hetw'n TuHcumhiaand Co
lumbia. arrives 5:35 p. m
Nashville. Chattonooira St. Louis Rail'
road- Duck Klver Valley Division,
No. 1 leaves :! a. ru
No. 1 leave 7:00 p. m
No. 1 arrives O'OO p. m
So. 1 arrives 8:W a. m
Close connection Is made with through
trains ou the Louisville and Nashville and
Great Southern Kali road
Clerk and Mastek'h Officio, )
Columbia, Tenn., April 1, 189H, (
John M. Allen, Complainant, vs. A. O.
P. Xicholson, et, al, Defendants.
It appearing from affidavit tiled in
this cause, that the defendant, La
tham, and Hugh T. Gordon and wife,
Anna Gordon, are non-residents of the
State of Tennessee,
It is therefore ordered that they enter
theirappearance herein, before or within
the first three days of the next term of
the Chancery Court, to be held at Colum
bia, on the first Monday in May next,
IrtitK, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consec
utive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attest :
A. X. AKIN, Clerk Master.
Figuers ,fc Padgett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
J. A. TITCOnp,
JCO LU M R I A , T EN N.
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