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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FKlDAy, SEPTEMBER 30. 188. 3
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MT. XEBO AM) MACEOOM.V.
Mt. Joy, September 2.-. Sickness for
awhile and vlnitintf for the last four
weeks have prevented us from writlrig
to the H kiiali). We opent two week
with the Hkkald' ' Tramp" and family-
The RnptUt meetinu at Macedonia,
conducted by Bro. Hiht, of Lipacomb,
and J. P. Brownlow. elogpd Tuesday
night with several conversions, and it
can truly be said that more iuteiest whs
manifested at this meeting by the
young people, especially the boys, than
in any for years '
The Missionary Baptists did not nr
jjanze a church, as was intended, hut it
is the desire of many thai they will in
the near future.
I5ro. Howard will fill the pulpit at this
place every first and third Sundays.
The Sunday-school at this place and
at Macedonia are getting along nicely.
It is noticed thHt the old people are tak
ing more niureai man ever in the sun-day-school.
And why not? Kveryb'dy
come and help us in our work.
We ate sony to report uncle fins Sims
still in feebl- health, lie has been mi
able to lie down for several months on
account of thwt dreaded disease, dronsy.
He has biena yroat church-wo ke'r,
and is missed so mneh at our Sunday
school. O that his Kealth'coukl be gV
en back to him, that he could he with
ms at our meetings, lie bears his suf
ferings with patience.
We are sorry to say that Mr. Jo'in
McConnic is very sick with slow fever,
alia many friends earnestly wish for
Hiirn a speedy recovery.
Mr. Tommie Grimes is on the sick
W are glad to report Mrs. Bruce
'ooper a prent deal better than she has
been for some time. She is a great suf
ferer from rheumatism, and her many
friends would be pleased to see her able
to be going about once more.
MisH Maggy Murphy, of Louisville,
Ky, is visiting her grandfather, Mr.
Judge Whitwell, and contemplates re
maining until after Christmas.
Mr. Ollie (avis. of Culleoka, returned
home Saturday after spending a week
with the famiiv f Mr. A. B. Led better.
Mr. Willie lohston, of Mt. Pleasant,
has moved his saw-mil! on the crepk,
and will put it in operation next week.
We were indeed sorry on our return
home to Hud u' neigtibor, Mr. John
ialbreath and wife "moved away to
Mr. Eddie Sims left Thursday for
Texas. We wish for him health and
prosperity in the Lone Star State.
On the Kith instant I)-th 'jutered the
home of uncle.) ini U odloe, colored, and
claimed for its own his son, Henry. He
was in his thirty-third year, ami was
greatly respected by both white and
colored. His death was due to pneumo
nia. Ha wa willing aud ready to die,
find his lao words were. "Meet me in
heaven." As ever, Simtlk Maiiy.
When any part of the h-vlv isn't do
ing the work that nature intended it to
tto, it puts the wnole system oui oi tune
out of harmonv. Sickness in one part
of the body is likely to run into all
parts of the body. When children stand
a row of bricks on end, they knock the
whole row down by upsetting one brick
That is exactly what happens to t lie
health when tlie howels fail to perform
their proper function. Constipation
makes trouble all al 'iig the line nuts
the liver out of order, is bail for the kid
neys bad for the stomach. It holds m
the body poisonous matter, and because
it cannot go anv place else, it gets into
the blood. The blood carries it all over
the system. That makes sluggishness,
lassitude, bad breath and foul taste in
the mouth, tills the stomach with gas
and causes windy belching, Htops di
gestion in the stomach, causes sour
stomacn, nesriourn auu neaaacnu. 1 "u
an avoid all Mich trouble, for ur,
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constlpa
tinn and its attendant evils. Send 21
oents in one-cent stamps to Dr U. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for his "Medical
Adviser." It is a book of 1008 pages,
koi k sum.
virSinc Sprit. 25 This heautlfiil
evening tinds me writing for the dear
Bro. Eubank filled the regular appoint
ment at Mt Olivet to day.
Mr. Wes Loft in, we are sorry to say,
is very low again.
Mr. J no. L. Jones will move a saw-mill
into this community soon.
wum VdtMl and wife and littleson
Iiunard, of SaDia Fe, spent Saturday
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I , . . n r. funlitlr
There was" an interesting base-ball
game in Mr. W. I Owens ironi ini sat'
nrrlav af t al-fl 111 ,11 between the Shadv
iirove bovs and the Smyrna boys The
Svmrna boys beat the Shady tirove
boys i!4 tallies.
Breaking wheat ground and sowing
wheat are all t lie "go' nere now.
ii, i.'imor l.'urij Id mnkintr molasses
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Owen attended
Presbytery at Carter's Creek last sat
if xt'aituivi Rumor is correct. I think
we will have a wedding to report soon,
rim i,u,ltli .if inir fommunitv is bet
ter at this writing than it has been in
Mr. Earnest and Miss Anna Myrtle
Sowell, of Santa Ee, visited relatives
hero since our last.
Miss Sula I .d in wood has gone to
your city, where she has accepieu a po
tiitinti u'ith Mitf Korwick.
ill close, with
best wishes for the deir old Hkrai.d
and it- m iny readers.
oiiasta A- Onit M
RKL1I.F IN SIX 1IOI US.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
ireat South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of us
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Believes retention of water
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
by A. B. Kaius, druggist, Columbia
WAT KK Al.l.fcY.
VTKH VaM.EY. Sept 3S A good
wativ Water Valiians attended services
-t iioshen on Yesterday morning. Uev.
Mr.Owiug began a series of meetings
.At that place vest, rday morning at II
o'clock. He will be assisted bv Kev.
Mr Ba'lev. of Williamsport, and Kev.
Isom. of Carter's Crtek. We trust that
many souls may be brought to I hnst
during the meeting.
Miss Bessie 'ra.g. of W illiamsport.
was the guest of Miss Lettie Williams
In? t t k
Mrs. Will Ladd.of Mt. Pleasant, was
the guest of Mr. A. H. Koach Saturday,
she is now visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 'ohn Koach, of Iioshen.
Mrs T. C. Harris visited relatives
near Williamsport the latter part of
Mr. Ad Forgey had him a well bored
in his vard Ust "wenk.
!is"Beulah Bratton visited relatives
on Leatherwood, the latter part of last
Miss Lettie Williams was the guest of
relatives near Williamsport for a few
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. (Seorge Harlan, of Co
I urn Ida, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ad torgey, of our village, the latter
part of last week.
Mr1,;!-,.Tj- Williams visited friends
near illiamsport recently.
Misses Emma and Annie Kinzer
were the guests of friends near Santa
re for a few days recently.
Mrs. Wes Roberts, of Roberts' Bund,
visited relatives here since our last.
Mr. Charlie Cook has rented land
near Fraimlin, and will move his fami
ly there soon. We regret to lose such a
od citizen from our community.
Mr. A. It. Rraeh, who has been quite
sick, is some better at this writing.
Mr. W.T. Harris.of Williamsport, who
has been quite ill with fever at .dr.
Boh li irir'rf i ulan i m r.t..l .1 nn.lnH
skillful treatment or Or. Leon Sneddon.
Mr. Jim Pigg has bought him a nice
little farm on Snow creek. Hi? will
ove his family there soon.
Mr John (iriilin Im-l anlil hij f irm r
M 1. John Skiliiikrtoti. of TurkHv cn,. 1
As ever the sain.', Okkmtua.
Harwood'g Sar-ia-uirilla for the blood
uaranteed to core. A. B. Rains
BlHUPVIEW. !ept. 21. Vs "Rrnnette"
left to-day to attend the Nashville
rsibie school, we come askinir admit
tance as her substitute for the Hkku.d
Prof. Allen, of Franklin, was here last
week in the interest of the Tennessee
Mr. Wilson Dobbins and dauszhtor.
Miss Jean, of Columbia, were at Mr.
a. i. aimin g recently.
Mrs. Hunt Dutrirer and children, of
Stiversville, visited her mother, Mrs.
r . v. .viuivissick, last weeK.
Drs. Kohert Pillow and C. A. Forirev
came out last Wednesday and per
formed an operation on Mr. William
Thurman. lie is getting along nicely
at this writing.
Miss Florence and Hattie l))uulas
visited Miss Ethe1 Smith last week.
Mr. Bruce Matthews and John Harris
came baok tq sohool to-day.
Air. narry smith spent last week
with his sister, Miss Mary Smith, of
Miss Mary L-ni Home entered school
at McCain's to dav.
Miss Kate Farley is in Nashville.
Captain H. I). Smith, of the Athe
nieum, came out and lectured to the
Broadview school last Friday evening.
We appreciated his le.-ture very highly,
and hope he will come again soon.
There are several cases of typhoid
fever in this community, hut we are
filad to report Minn improving.
PJaiifm c u B A N 1 L cnrcs
I IWHSVlCuts, Uurns, Druises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by A. A. HA INS. Columhla, Tenn.
Axpkkws, Sept. 'Jll. Out protracted
meeting Is now a pleasant memory, and
we doubt there being a person who
heard Bio. Kid ley but was benefitted
more or less, and we can but hope that
the good seed sown may germinate and
yield much fruit.
Dr. Charleton, from Davidson county,
spent several days here last week, pros
pecting for a location. We hope he was
favorably impressed, as a good physi
cian is needed here, and he has the rep
utation of being not only that but a
highly cultured christian gentleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, from Park's Sta
tion, visited their sick relative, Mr. U
W. Little, who has been in feeble health
for some time, and attended the meet
ing. Sir. O. L. Hamon, from Marshall
county, was here a few days. Also M .
and Mrs. William Adkeisson and theii
daughter Mrs. Mollie Craig, from Bear
Creek, and quite a number or otner vis
itors. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Evans returned to
their home at Bethesda, Williamson
Mr. J. H. Houser, from Shady Orove,
was here the first of the week.
L'ttle Bennie Nicholson, the bright,
intellectual little son of our i-parkling
"Kippllng Waves," was here one day
to see his relatives, previous io ms re
turn to the school for the blind at Nash
ville. Miss Lutle Chisholm spent last week
Miss Hay Davis was here a day or
Some of our people are going in to
hear Bro. Mirfees tins weea. Diners
are in attendance on the Lasea meeting,
conducted by Eld. E. (J. Sewell, of Nash
ville. , ,
Mr. W. I. A. Wilcox passed through
one day last week, carrying his drum
in tr brother in-law, Humphrey Haral
son, to Columbia, and on his return
home, when he reached Leftwich's
bridge, it was dsrk and rainy and he
had what came near teing a serious ac
cident, bv his buggy being upset on the
river blu'lT, badly frightening his horse,
hut fortunately", and almost miracu
lously it seemed, he escaped.
HOW TO LOOK (iOUl).
(food looks are really more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition f all the vital organs. If the
liver is inactive, yon have a bilious
look; if your stomach it disordered,
von have a dispeptic look; if your Kid
neys ;re affected, you have a pinched
loiik. Secure good health and you will
' surely ha ve good looks. "Electric Bit-
icrs" is a irooU alterative ami toon
Acts directly on the stomach, liver and
kidneys. Purities the blood, cures pim
ples, blotches and boils, and gives good
c.molexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at Woldrige A- Irvine's drug store.
."( cents per bottle. () june:i ly
nT. SEHOASU SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mr. TS'uno, Sept.-St. Rev. . Whit
Russell was born October K I sat; was
happily married to Miss Patty Martin,
), . 4. 1S7I. anil departed this I i Te Sepi.
a. 'sis. For six months past he had
been in feeble health having been a
victim of that most stubborn disease,
jaundice. Dear "I'ncle Whit." as he
was affectionately called, has quit the
walks of men, hut his good cliristian
influences will live after him. We can
never foruet his earnest zeal for the
welfare of our church and Sunday
school. He served in the capacity of
Sunday-school superintendent for a
number of years. We cn never forget
his sound and timely talks, and how
often has he repeat-d the invitation,
"IJoys. come to Sunday-school." Sev
eral times during his illness he whs
heard to sav, "Were it my choice I
should prefer to remain with mv
friends vet a little while longer, hut if
it be O hI's will t sk me. then I am
perfectly ready and willing to go." But
In our store. Last week
we advertised 30 pairs of
woman's needle toe shoes
at 98c. Now that they
are all gone, we are at a
loss to find something to
sacrifice. However, look
ing around we find a case
that are not as ?ood as we
demand, but instead of
sending them back to the
factory, will sell them at
less thtn COST. They
were bought, to sell at
$1 50. They will go as
long as they last at
Therp are twelve pairs
swell heel Kid Lace and
twelve pairs Heel Lace
Tan. Come before your
size is gone.
oh, what a vacancy in that home! His
dear companion is left alone with her
sorrow. Uod alone can comfort her
broken and hleeding heart, as she looks
forward toahappy reunion afterawhile.
The Church, the Sunday-school and the
community at larue have sustained
a great loss in the death of dear
"I'ncle" Whit, hut may his christian
character be influential" in raising up
some one to fill his place. The funeral
services were conducted by Keys.
Beaslev. Linn and Hull. How beauti
ful and appropriate were the words of
that song, "The Way-worn Traveler,"
whensungon that occasion! Ihe re
mains were laid to rest beneath the sod
ofoldMt. Nebo, and friends covered
the mound with beautiful floral
tributes. Besides the sorrowing wife,
he leave a brother and two sisters
Mrs Bell Hoffman, of Memnhis, Mrs.
A. C. Scaly and Mr. J. Matt Russell.
Mrs. Hester Ets has been quite sick
since my last, but is now somewhat im
proved. M'ss Eva Johnson has returned from
a pleasant visit to Miss Eva iray, at
Mrs. Tennie Lusk.of Bigbvville, paid
a visit to her mother, M rs. Docia May
Mr. Wintield Dame and family are on
a visit to relatives near Lawrericehui-g.
Mrs. Sallie Sargent has been quite
sick for some days, but is reported bet
ter. Mr. Jim Sargent, has also been on the
s'ck list, hut is bptter now.
Mrs. Fannie McKennon and daughter
Wilburn, of South Columbia, are here
on a visit to the family of Mr. E. T.
Mrs. Julia Brinn and family have
moved from Ash wood back to their old
home in our community.
Friends and relatives from Columhia,
Mt. Pleasant, Ashwood, Concord, Par
son's Bend, Williamsport and Water
Valley attended the funeral of Rev. O
Rev. R. 4. Linn made a business trip
to Nashville since our last.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Howell, Jr., paid
a visit to Mr. and Mr. Marshall Kinzer
since our last. Vashti
A KVTKItPKISINO DRVOfJIST.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than Woldridge it
Irvine, who spare no pains to secure
the best of everything iu their line for
their many customers. Thev now have
the valuable agency for Dr. king's New
Discovery for consumption, coughs and
colds. This is the wonderful remedy
that Is producing such a furore all over
the country by its many startling cures.
It absolutely cures asthma, bronchitis,
hoarseness and all affections of the
throat, chest and lungs. Call at above
drug store and get a trial bottle free or
a regular size for 50o and f I 00. Guar
anteed to cure or price refunded
juneM ly (5)
Quality Crkkk. Sept. 25. As the
evening shades begin to gather, we will
try to Jot down what news we have
gathered 'or thedear old Hkralp.
Miss Km ma Nelson is teaching school
at Springdale, and Mr. John Nelson at
Bro. Sewell failed to fill his appoint
ment at Spencer's (Jrove Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. McKissick and son Robert
visited h"r parents near Suinmertowu
1 A t V ti t? It
Mrs. Susan Ricketts and her aunt,
Miss Millie Wright,' have moved back
to M t. Pleasant.
Mr. Jim Norman and family have
moved to Mr. Jim Howard s place, iu
At rs. Sarah Swan, of Ettaton, visited
relatives near Spencer's tirove last
Miss Ida Wells, of Broadview, was
visiting her cousin, Miss Georgia Me
M nrrv. last week.
A tiny little bov has arrived to glad
den the home of M r. and Mrs. Albert
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Babe Sutton has beep quite sick, bin is
Sorghum-making and wheat sowing
are the order of the day.
Mr. Andrew Holland is boring a well
for Mr. Jim Morrow.
Sliss Berta Morrow was visiting rela
tives in Giles county last week
Mrs. Malissa Green has been quite
sick for the last week or so.
We are glad to report that Mr. Bob
Benderman is improving rapidly.
Mr. George swan and family are
visiting Mrs. Bratton, of Howard.
Mrs. Frouie Lancaster, of Enterprise,
visited her parents last week.
Sundav-school at Ebene.er has been
changed from 10 o'clock in the morning
until .1 o'clock iu the afternoon.
Mrs. Jane Compton has been quite
sick with rheumatism.
As news is scarce, we will bring our
letter to a close, hoping to do better In
the future. Li la and Pkakl.
'Continued to Seventh Page.
P Molay Commatidry No. 3. of
Knights Templar, will have a stited
meeting nxt Tuesday night, Octo
ber 4. at "::w o'closk, in the Masonic
Temple of Columbia..
A single good government becomes a
blessing to the whole earth.
I am free for commerce with all na
tions; poli leal connections with iioup,
and little or no diplomatic establish
The exercise law is an infernal one.
The first error was to admit it by the
Constitution, the second to act on that
Private charities as well as contribu
tions to public purposes, in proportion
to every one's circumstances, are cer
tainly among the debts we owe to soci
ety. The European nations constitute a
separate division of the globe; they
have a set of interests of their own in
which it is our ousiness never to engage
Our greediness for wealth and fantas
tical expenses have degraded, and will
degraae. the minds of our maritime cit
izens. These are the peculiar vices of
It is not enough that honest men are
appointed Judges. All know the Influ
ence of interest on the mind of man and
how unconsciously his judgment is
warped by that influence.
That we should wish to see the peo
ple of other countries free is as natural
and at least as justifiable as that one
King should wish to see Kings of other
couutries maintained in their despot
ism. If ever this vast country is brought
under a single government it will be
one of the most extensive corruption,
lnditierent and incapable or a whole
some care over so wide a spread of sur
face. It should be remembered as an axiom
of eternal truth iu politics that what
ever power in any government is lnde-
neudeut is absolute also; in theory only
at nrsi, while tne spirit of the people is
up, but in practice as fast as that re
The example of four Presidents vol
untarily retiiing at the end of their
eighth year, and the progress of public
opinion that the principle is salutary,
have given it iu practice the force of
precedent and usage; Insomuch, that,
should a President consont to be a can
didate for a third election, I trust he
would b rejected on this demonstra
tiou of ambitious views.
Eli Perkins on DriiiKing mid Swear
A gallon of pure whiskey costs,
wholesale, $1 o).
A barkeeper sells out of this gal
lon of whiskey 6') 15 cent drinks for
"My poor, drunken friend, if you
must drink, hand the gallon of
whiskey t' your poor wife, and let
her make $8 25 out of it for your
poor, shivering children!"
"Are you paid anything for swear
ing?" I asked a commercial trave
ler. No, I do itfortiottiing."
"Well," I said, "you work cheap.
You lay aside your character of a
gentleman, indict paia on your
iriends, break a commandment and
lose your own soul and for noth
ing! You do certainly work cheap
Starving in Cuba.
According to Gen. Gomez, terrible
conditions are said to exist in banta
Clara province, in Cuba. Men, wo
men and children, he says, are
starving, with no relief in sight.
Store is vacant,
'sign "To Let."
Had to get.
He In sorrow,
Sits and sighs,
'Cause he didn't
But it can rot be cured by sprays,
washes and inhaling mixtures which
reach only the surtace. The disease is
in the bloxi, and can only be reached
through the blvxal. S. S. S. is the only
remedy which can hnve any effect upon
Catarrh; it cures tho disense permn
nently and forever rrds the system of
every truce of the vile complaint.
Miss Josle Owen, pf Montpolicr, Ohio,
writes: "I was af
flicted from infancy
with Catarrh, and no
' i ii r
suffering it produces
Jj better tlinn I. The
T sprnys and washes
iV'V 5 prescriled hy the doe
1 ?!7i'' tors relieved me only
' Jjt-ii it-if te in po ra r 1 1 y , and
ft? . though I used them
eonstnntly tr ten yeaj-s, the disease had a
firmer hold than ever. I tried a number of
Mood remedies, but their mineral ingredients
settled In my bones and (five me rheumatism.
1 was in a lamentable e.mditfon. and after ex
hausting all treatment, was declared incurable,
(eeii!!; S. fe. S. advertised as a cure for blood
diseases. I decided to try it. As soon as my
system was under tlie effect of tlie medicine.
I bemu t improve, and after taking it for
two month I was cured completely, tlie
dreadful diee wa e'adieated from my sys
tem, anil I have had no return of It."
Mnny have been taking local treat
MH;:it for years, nnd find themselves
wor.;e now than ercr. A trial of
will prove it to be the right remedy
for Catarrh. It will cure the most ob
' "oks mailed free to any addreu by
swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Subscribe or the Herald.
"Jo Dick's" m
Feed Cutters have '
long since been
accepted by all
mule feeders, as
the best, strongest
and most durable
Cutter made, and
they are now seek
ing: the indorse-
ment of cattle
which fills a silo easier and cheaper than
was ever done before. We have these in
stock and will be pleased to have you in
Here is the old reliable "Superior,"
e H G&T ft
fim- dir. J
which has, proven itself worthy the name
A grain drill with an inefficient feed is
worse than the -old uby hand" way. The
SUPERIOR has the only feed that will
plant the diversity of crops planted to-day
with grain drills; noticeably, peas and oats.
In addition to this, it is a stronger, and
better made, consequently more durable
The Hotary Dutchman
and Hancock Disc Plows
are alwavs found in the front furrow on all
;Ve are to-day offering better buggies
for the money than were ever tsold before
in this market.
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