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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY MAY 27, 1808.
Machinery repairing of all kinds done promptly aad good, at reasonable pri
ces, hngine. Thresher and Saw Mill work a specialty. Also dealers iu Iron
I ipii.g, steam and Gas Fittings, Inspirators, Injectors and Brass Goods of all
kinds. I lckering or Sensitive governors furnished on short notice.
We are Agents for the Champion Wagon.
Thiswaon is a curiosity iu the way of improvement on a farm wagon. It
will pay all parties wanting the bet wagon on the market to examine the Cham
pion before purchasing. We would be glad to see parties wanting anything in
our line at our machine shop in front of Fassenger Depot, Columbia. Teiin.
(Continued to Sixth rage.)
r AitK's sr atiox.
Park's Station, May 24. Mr. S. S.
Craig's foot, which he had the misfor
tune of getting cut several weeks ago,
has within the last few days become
very badly irritated, causing him to
suffer intense pain. His recovery ia
thought to be doubtful.
Master h'thridge Gamble has returned
home after a lengthy stay with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gamble,
near Chapel Hill.
Crops are looking well in this section
now, considering the cold aud rainy
weather that the farmers had to con
tend with a few weeks ago.
Mr. and Mr. John Howard were
visiting Mr. and Mr?. James Grlffln in
South Columbia last week.
Kev. M. L. Rono and Mr. Maxwell, of
Culleoka, were In this community last
week selling Bibles. Rev. M. L. one
has an appointment to preach at Zion
Church the 4th Sunday in June.
Mrs. Branch and daughter, Miss
Emma, returned home last Saturday,
tter spending a week as the guests of
relatives and friends in Columbia.
Smiling candidates, numerous and
polite, are circulating among our citi
zens. Little Miss Media Allen is at home
again after a protracted visit at her
grandfather's near Bigbyville.
Bro. Win. Spivey will preach at Phil
adelphia the second Sunday in June at
3 p. in.
Mrs. Vireie Watson and children
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gilliam, of
tiroveland, last week.
Mr. George steel, of Rutherford coun
ty, was circulating among friends here
"DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve is
more piles here to-day than all other
remedies combined. It cures eczema
and all other skin diseases." A. B.
Lodebar, May 23 I am sorry to
that Mrs. norauoens is no better.
We will have a big day at Beach Val
ley next Sunday. Dinner will bespread
on the ground. "
Our Sunday-school at Oakley's
school-house is moving along finely.
, We have had such a good rain here,
and everything looks green and bright.
Crops have been very baekward, but I
think they will be ail right.
The stave mills are doing good busi
ness here. One of them will soon move
to Lawrence county.
Mr. Bill Cook, of Santa Fe, purchased
42 head of hogs from W. C. Rail and
Mrs. Bettio Potts is preparing to
teach a summer and fall school near
Mrs. George Gillespie, of near Thomp
son Station, will vis't her husband at
Fleming's Mill this week. Bonn a
T. F. Anthony, ex postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "Thought one
bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism
ttnd two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
bv A. B. Rains, druggist, Columbia. 8m
MT. JOY AM) MACEDONIA.
Mt. Joy, May 21. Tt Is again our sad
duty to write' of another death. Mr.
John Fuller died in the 19th inst.,of
droDsv. He has been contined to his
bed for several weeks, and his death
was daily expected. He leaves a wife,
two sons and two daughters to mourn
his loss. He was an honest, hardwork
ing irentieman. and was irreatlv re
jected bv all who knew him. He was
in his 74th year. He has ended his pil
primage on earth and gone to the
reward that remaineth for the people
of God. His f.i mily has the sympathy
of the entire community.
We are irlad to report Mrs. Robert
Irvine able to be up after much suffer-
inz from a severe rising in her head
Sorrv to renort Mr. Jessie Irvine on
he sick list. His many friend3 hope
for him a soeedv recovery.
Glad to report uncle Gus Sims, as lu
Is familiarlv known, a great deal bet
ter after beinir sick for sometime.
Miss Alice Ledbetter is having chills;
Scrofula, a Vile
Scrofula i the most obstinate of blood
troubles, and is often the result of an
inherited taint in the blood. S. S. S
is the only remedy which g(xs dwj
enough to reach Scrofula ; it forces out
every trace of the disease, and cures
the worst cases.
Mjr son, Charlie was afflicted from infancy
With Scrofula, and he suffered so that tt was
Impossible to dress him
fur three years. His
head and body were a
mass of sores, and hti
eyesight also became
affected. No treatment
-was spare i that we
thought would relieve
him, but lie grew worse
until his condition ;t 15 .
indeed pitlalilo. I hud ;,3'..
Almost desi:ii'e,l 01 his i '
ver Im'Iiik cur.nj, when
Ly the mlviceof a friend
we gave him S. S. S.
1 Swift's SneeithM. A de
rided improvement w:is the resu't. and after
lie had taken a dozen bot'iles. no one who knew
of his formt r dreadful condition would have
TrooBiiined hlni. All the sores on his body
have healed, his skin Is perfectly clear and
fimooth, and he has been restore"! to oerfect
health. Mrs. s. s. Mabry.
800 Kim St.. Macon, (ia.
For real blood troubles it is a waste
of time to expect a cure from the doc
tors. Blood diseases are beyond their
skill. Swift s Speoilie,
reaches all deep-seated cases which
hthor remedies have r." effect upon. It
is tho onlv blood remedy euartinteed
purely vegetable, and contains no pot
ash, mercury, or other mineral.
Rooks mailed free to any address by
Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, im.
also Mr. Ivo Regenald and Mrs. Nute
Mr. James M. Darnell, of Lewisbure,
is visiting bis ucle, Messrs. M. and A.
R. Led better.
Miss Dora Bailey and Miss Florence
Reck um visited on Swan last week.
xvir. uaioreain nas sold out his saw
mill, and speaks of leaving this place.
We are sorry to lose such a good neigh
bor. Everything looks so fresh and green
this morning after so much rain. The
corn and wheat look line, and the gar
dens are looking well. There if a great
deal more fruit than was expected.
Bro. Morgan hilled his regular ap
pointment yesterday. The rain pre
vented a great many from attending
preaching and Sunday-school.
' Simple Mary.
The human machine starts but once
and stops but once. You can keep it
going longest and mot regularly by
using Hewitt's Little Early Risers; the
famous little pills for constipation and
all stomach and liver troubles. A. B.
Rock Sidk, May 22. We come again
with our little budget of news for the
dear old Herald. It comes every
week brimming full of news.
Bro. Eubanks tilled his regular ap
pointment at Mt. Olivet to-day.
The health of our community Is good
at this writing; better than it has been
in some time.
It is too bad that some of the farmers
had to plow their wheat up ou account
of the Hessian tlies.
Mr. W. T. Owen has a hive of hees.
and it has swarmod four times. I think
that is doing right well, don't you?
Mr. Sandy Reid, of Nashville, was the
pue.-it of Miss Mattie Owen since our
Mr. Ed Marshall, of Santa Fe, form-
Ladies' ana misses' Oxforas &
Just from the Factory, a big "filling
in bill chock full of style, beauty
and wear. Prices are right, too.
Fine quality ttlack Kid, laced style,
flexible soles, cloth top, kid tips. . . .$2.00.
Fan Oxfords, Dainty, fancy cloth
made on the new, round toe
Stylish and Durable Oxfords
black and chocolate
A Few Lots of Oxfords, bunched to
gether from broken lines in our stock,
soft and comfortable, and Special
Value, choose from them at One
half Former Price
erlyof tlii place, has moved to his
brother V. M r. J. K. .Marshall's, where
he expects to make hi future home.
Mr. Hesio Hollio has been visiting
at Hrvant's Station since our last.
Mr and Mrs. K. B. Hutler, Miss Mat-
tie Owen and Mr. Lee Atkeison attend
ed the Fatten school closing at Santa
r e last Thursday night.
crowd of our vounir people had a
fishing party yesterday. All seemed to
have a nice tiirie.
Mrs. iUackman's school will close
loxt Friday evening with a program
of recitations, dialogues and songs,
which will be followed by a picnic at
9iilphur spring Saturday.
The recent rains are appreciated oy
the farmers, as they were needing
With best wishes to the Hbrai.t and
its many readers, we remain as ever,
UIIASTA AND ODIUM.
ni4AA CUBAN RELIEF cures
r lulllCrS Collc Neuralgia and Toothache
I ,,'infivem!nu(w gourStomach
and Summer Complaints. I'rice, 25 Cents.
Hold by A. B. HAIN8. Columbia, Tenn.
Vnin ti v ti v i far 9.1 T niruln
come with my little budget of news
that I have gainerea ior me uear oia
II krai. r.
Bro. II. A. Gray filled his appoint
ment at New Smyrna Sunday evening.
He will preach there auain on the
second Sunday in June atMo'clock, p. m.
Mrs. J.J. Minor ano granuuaugnier,
Miss Alice, are visiting relatives ou
Knob Creek at this writing.
Miss Sallie Mullins has returned
hnmi after a week's stay with relatives
Dr. 1 V. siitiieue is on me sick nsi
We wish for him a speedy recovery.
Miss May Etta Donley, of near Union
drove, vUited Misses Ella and Saliie
Smith since our last.
Mis9 Eva Love Haves has returned to
her home in Columbia, after spending a
few davs with her aunt, Mrs. J. M.
Hunter, near this place.
Misstiertie Craig entertained a few
of her friends with a singing Saturday
night. All enjoved themselves until a
late hour. Dkw Drop.
T.ask.v, May '2-. We cannot think of
anything rnore appropriate for us to do
than to give in what few items we have
gathered for theever welcome Hkkai.d.
Mrs. E. J. Hardison, we are glad to
note, is convalescent.
Mrs-J. M- Derryherrv is quite sick,
and little lioula Derryberry is having
chills, but is on the mend.
Itro. E. ti. Sewell will begin a series
of meet in us here the third Sunday in
S?itIec. Derrvberrv will preach for
us the third Sunday iu June, and also
the third Sunday In July.
Mr. Dan l'rnitt, of averly, was in
our midst a few davs fince
Mi-s Maiv K. Hardison, oft ail, gave
the voung people of this place a very
enjovahlesinnitin one night recently.
Misstiertie Craig also gave a singing
last Saturday night.
Bro. James Harris preached at
Sharp's Corner yesterday morning, and
Hro. (ray at Smyrna in the afternoon.
Uncle Tom A iiiis, a highly respected
colored man, died a few days ago, and
was buried near his home. He was a
man of middle age, and was respected
by both white and black. The funeral
services were conducted by Hro. Newt j
Derryberry. Hosb and Nkll,
THK Sl'ltK La (SKII'I'K (IKK.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady, if you will only get
the right remedy. You are having pain
all through your body, your liver is out
of order, have no appetite, no life or
ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are
completely used up. Electric Bitters
is the only remedy that will give you
prompt and sure "relief. They act di
rectly on your liver, stomach, and kid
neys, tone up the whole system and
make you feel like a new being. They
are guaranteed to cure or price refun
ded. For sale at Woldridge iV. Irvine's
drug store, only 50c oer bottle.
1une4 ly. ' 11
Enon Crkek, May 24 Children's
Day was observed at Glenn's Chapel, a
few miles east of hero, last Sunday. A
large number of the young people from
here attended. The program was
splendid, and the children acted their
Messrs. Walter Parham and Fount
Wade, of Company B., were out at home
from Nashville last Saturday and .Sun
day, to see homefolks and friends.
They expect to leave Nashville the last
of the week for some other point.
Misses Bessie and Pearl Buford, of
this place, are visiting relatives in Co
lumbia and at Lipscomb at this writing.
Mr. Alonzo Witt and two little chil
dren, of Crawfordsvitle, Indiana, are
with relatives on Enon Creek, for an
indefinite time. Mr. Witt is prospect
ing with a view of locating in the
Mr. B. C. Wells is still very feeble.
PmamaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
I IUIIIVI v t"ia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
Hold by A. B. KA1NS, Columbia, Tenn.
Ben, May 2.1. As "Psyche" is off on
a protracted visit, I will give what
little news our little community af
fords to the ever welcome Hekalp.
Prof. Redman's school closed last
Friday, May 2(1, and he has returned to
his home at Thompson Station. Hope I
men's Hue siioes..
No matter for what use a shoe is in
tended, it will be found here. A
few specials Men's Chocolate Vici
Cloth or Kid Tops $3.00.
Men's Black and Chocolate Vici Kid . . $2.50.
Men's Russia Calf and Vici Kid $2.00.
SUMMER NECKWEAR. j
A great big lot of Stylish Madras Cloi
Wash Ties, also a full line in late style
Silk Goods at right prices
we may be successful in getting him
hack in the fall, as he gives perfect sat
isfaction. (iuite a number from this neighbor
hood visited KattleHnaKO Falls last Sat
urday, and report a Jolly time. Those
who 'went were, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Letsingcr, Mr. Albert Collier an 1 Miss
Maggie Howell, Henry McKennon and
Miss Liz.ie Hill, Marshal Collier and
Miss Etta Lou Parson, Victor Li nek
and Miss Hattie Hill.
Mrs. W. C. Joyce still remains quite
feeble. We hope (iod may see fit to re
store her tojier wonted health, for she
has been a long and patient suffeier.
Miss Ida Brown is visiting friends
and relatives in the Bigbyville neigh
borhood this week.
Mrs. J. W. Huckaby and children, of
Neapolis, visited her mother, Mrs. W.
II. Oakley, recently.
Quite a number from this place at
tended the closing exercises of the Mc
Dowell School last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Howell visited
Mr. G. W. Kussel, last week.
Sl IlSTlTt TR.
P1tf At CUBAN OIL cures
r mlllvl Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Trice, 25 cents.
Sold by A. A. HAINS, Columbia. Tenn.
Hl rricank, May 24. Quite a num
ber of our young people attended the
closing exercises of the McCain's
school Monday night. r
Ou last Thursday morning at 8
o'clock, at the home of his father, ('apt.
J. K. Voss, James A. Voss committed
suicide by shooting himself through
theluart. He was a young man of 21
years, and had been married only a
short time. He had been in ill health
for several weeks, and this, it is sup
posed, was the cause of his rasli act.
The bereaved relatives have the sym
pathy of the entire community.
Arc You Wrak?
Weakness mmiuests itelf in thf loss of
ambition and aching bones. The blood is
watery; the tissues are waitine the Hoor is
being opened tor disease. A bottleot lirowns
Iron Bitters tnken in time will restore your
utrength, s.iothe your nerves, nmke your
b!iod rich and red. Do yon more good
than an expensive specinl course of medicine.
Browns' Iron bitfrs is sold by all dealers.
Iron Bridok, May SI. What a nice,
large familv vou have, Mr. Editor; but
then all of them are peaceable and nev
er use words extravagantly, so I will
try to "scrouge" in two or three this
Everything seems to be animated
since the refreshing rain.
Quite a large crowd atten led services
at Mt. Olivet last Sabbath. Children s
Day will be observed the second Sab
bath in June.
The sick, Mrs. Alfred Loft in, and Mr.
West Loftin at his brothei'j, continue
no better. ,
Mr. W. U. Williams has returned
from Giles county..
Miss Annie White, of the citv
visiting relatives lu the country.
Mrs. Itlack man's school at Rock Side
will close Friday, , and the pupils will
have a picnic Saturday .
miss "liartiara," the readers would
for your eloquent pen to
regularly every week, as all the
(?) cities ouuht to bd represented.
War, war but, (), the ravages of war,
where the vigorous and the strong per
ish instantaneously, when usually the
form which death assumes the victims
are the feeble and the aged.
Hoping our eoitor is entirely well
ere this, we close.
ST. GERMAIN FEMALE PILLS.
The only original hint genuine Freneh
Fa-malt Keifi'lutoi , of Mine. Ht. Germain,
Paris. UnsurpHssed hB being safe, sure and
reliable in every custL bold under positive
guarantee or money, refunded, tint the
genuine. Price ll.nn tier box by niaii. Hole
agents for the United Btates aad t'umida.
K I N (1 H A It V K l t o.,
maris ly 157 Washlgnton St., Chicago
Mat 23. All is quiet
around our little
village at present, ana
news is very scarce! however, we will
send in the few item we have gathered
Misses Mary I.e .Napier and Claud
Stockard, who hire been boarding
with Mr. J. H. Thojnas and attending
school at McDowelLreturned to their
home at Napier Monday, to the regret
of their many friend here.
Mr. A. L. Emerson spent Saturday
and Suuday with Franklin friends.
Mr. J. B. Galloway.of Hopewell, spent
last week in the neighborhood, and is
attending court. -
Miss Kinma Wilsfdrd, of Giles county,
is visiting her brother Frank at this
Mr. 10. H. Vaden, of Franklin, was
here last week.
Messrs. Hay wood ii and Thomas, of
H in r lean e, were in oilr midst recently.
Miss Maude Matthews is with rela
tives at McCain's aud atteuding the
commencement this week.
h Si nc lake.
II AMI'S ill UK.
Hampshire, May 2.1. After a hard
rain yesterday evening, we are now
having some beautiful jweather. The
rain made the crops lock very fresh and
helped them a great deal.
Quite a number from here attended
Children's Day services at Cross Bridges
Children's Day will be at Hampshire
T. N. FIGUEHS.
on the first Sunday in June.
Mrs. Ufftnan, of Erin, has returned
home after a pleasant visit to Rev. and
Mrs. E. A. Stella.
Mrs. V. II. Beasley spent several days
very pleasantly with friends here last
week, while Bro. Beasley was oft on a
Mrs. Birdman Fariss, of Company B.,
made a Hying visit home Saturday, and
returned Sunday evening.
Joe l'atton, Clarence Aklri, Joe Isom
and Marvin Brooks, attended the clos
ing exorcises of the school at Williams
port Friday night.
Mrs. Bailey has returned home after a
pleasant visit to her son, Mr. C. L.
A crowd from Hampshire went to
Swan on a picnic last Tnursday. They
spread dinner near Swan's chapel, and
all had a jolly good time. ,
Although it rained very hard Sunday
evening, the League had it' weekly de
votional meeting Sunday night
Kev. W. H . Beasley will preach at
Pisgah next Sunday, May 20. We hope
a large crowd will be out to hear him.
With best wishes for all, we remain,
E LA INK,
will buy the newest styles of bug
gies, surries and phictons. Bee
tf Hattkbkield & DoDaoN.
Enterprisk, May SI. The health of
our community is very good at present,
except Charlie Murphy. We hope he
will soon recover.
Mr. (ieorge McKennon's mother and
sweet little daughter, of Beu, visited
Mrs. Nelson not long aso.
Miss Emma Clara Moore, of your city,
visited Misses Naomi and Bettio Nelson
Mrs. John Bailey, from Ettatou, visi
ted Mrs. Spain at this place receutly.
f r umi Mrs. Walter Nance, from
Terrv, are with her father, Mr. l'ugli,
at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duke, of Dry
Creek, are with her mother, Mrs. Spain.
Mr. Muliin and sister, from Moores
ville, visited thir brother-in-law, Kev.
Mr. Walter Lancaster and wife have
moved to Mt. l'leasant. .....
Miss Hattie Strayhorn visited Mrs.
. It. Gilcsuie, in Columbia, not long
aMrs Held has been on the sick list
for several days. Tip Top.
you want anytnln? on
wheels see S;itternU k l ison.
Kktti.k. Mills, Mv 21. Mr. John
Wilev and wife, of Farmer's alley,
have been visiting the family other
father. J. t. Delk. the past week.
Mr. K. A. Kennedy, who has been in
disposed for a few days, Is better to-
vVe had a nice rain yesterday, and all
nature to-day wears a smiling face.
is (f"" ...LiiiihiiiimiMMiit
ACME EASY CHAIR.
a stock of the cheapest, best and largest as-
to be found in Columbia or anywhere else.
The entire stock marked down cheaper than
Call and see
And dealers in all kinds of Metalic,
Cloth and Wood Caskets and Cases.
Burial Robes, etc. Bodies embalmed
and prepared for shipment. Orders in
town or country promptly attended to
at all hours, day or night.
Elegant New Hearse
Office and Sales Room corner Sixth and
We are agents for the celebrated Mon
arch Brand Shirts and Collars. No bet
ter made than these.
Haifa Hundred Dozen of our Famous 50c
Negligee Shirts, is the High Water Mark
so far this season;. an ideal Hot Weath
er .Shirt at a small price.
Some Specially Low Prices on im
ported Lisle and Balbriggan Goods.
Our line of .Straw Hats is unsurpassed
in Variety, Quality and Price.
Hurreys and Phrotous, also medium and cheaper irrBdes. Latest
styles and prices right. Large stock of Harness at prices to
suit customers. Hee
Satterfield & Dodson
Wheat looks well here, and oats and
clover are good. So, on the whole, our
outlook for a bountiful crop is promis
ing at this time.
The boys are getting up a debating
society in the Kettle. Their subject
for next Saturday night will be,
"Which has been worse treated by the
whites the negro or Indian?"
The Misses Lovell are expected down
to see their brother James this week.
Little Ronald Lovell has been sick,
but is better. Hope.
Should know that the
"Old lime" Remedy,
Is the best for Feattt Trwbfe. Corrects all
irregularities in Female Organs. Should be
taken fortunes t Lift ana oerore mu-Birts.
Plistcn "014 Tiac" Reacdks have stood the
test for twenty years.
Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat
4 o ni a. o. i..vi. -, vuiumuia, leiin.
If you want the news,
Rubacribe for the
If you will call at
our store, you will
agree with us, that
we now have on hand
North Main Street, Columbia, Tenn.
and careful drivers. Orders
respectfully solicited. Chargea
Main Streets. Citizens' Telephone 45.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LoulivilU and Nanhvllla Division.
No. 2 leaves , 6:8ft p. m.
No. 4 leaves 6:fli , ia.
No. 8 (Accommodation) leaves... 6:45 p. m.
No. " leaves... fl:D0 a. m.
No. 8 (fast line) lenvet 10:2) a. m
No. 1 (fast line) leaves SI: 66 a. m.
No. 7 (Tuscunitila and Nashville
Accommodation) arrives 9:80 a. ra
No. 6 (Pulaski Acoo'n) leaves.... 7:00 p..m
Naahvllle ami Florii;e Division.
No. 7 Accommodation, leaves.... 10:28 a. m,
No 8 Florence Accommodation,
between Tuscumbia and
Nashville, arrives 6:80 p. m
Nashville, Chattanooga & 8t. Louis Boll,
road- Duck Kivr Valley Dlvlnlon.
No. 1 leaves 8:o a. m,
No. 3 leavei 7:00 p. m,
No. 1 arrive ajoo p. m.
No. 2 arrives ;;jo a. m.
Close connection is made with through
trains on the Louisville and Nashville and
Great Southern Kail road
One minute In not Ioiik, yet relief U
obtained in half that time by the ue of
One Minute Cough Cure. It prevents
roiiBumption and quickly cures colds,
croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe
and all throat and lung troubles. A. 15.
COLUMBIA MARKET REPORT.
Corrected weekly by McKennon it
Nichols and R. Holding.
Sorghum, from wagon 1K 'M
Butter 1 15
Wool 6 25
OinBeng 2 00(g2 26
Chickens IB 20
Clear aides X
Crimson Clover 60
Blue Grass !
Orchard Grass t
Red Top "5
drain and Uajr.
Wheat 1.00 1.10
Oats ' 4S
Way Clover, from wagon.... rVH i0
Timothy ,lrom wagon 60 65
Lard, from wagon 6
Flour, per bbl 4 7.(35 50
Meal, from mill
Valuable to Women.
EpertallT valuable to women is Browns'
Iron Bitter. Backache vanishes, headache
' m1. i,.L... il.p i.larp of
weakness, and the glvr of health readily
com to the pallid check when thH won
derful remedy is taken. For sickly children
nr overworked men it has no equal . fn home
should be without this famous remedy.
Browus' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.