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THE COLUMBIA flEKAI.O! FK!1AV, OCTOBER 14, 1898.
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TO HAVE THE
Cami'bklih Statiox, Oct. 10 The
series of meet'nes which were heinn
held at Evergreen c. p. Church, con
ducted by Rev. W. A. Ashum, of Oami
hellsvlUe, have closed. Although there
were no converts, the church was
The meetini at the Christian church
held by A V. Kloyd, of Kaett-villp.
was quite a success, there belrit; 10 or 12
con veri"ns and baptisms
Miss Gertie rr. of Monresvllle, spent
the eek durinir the Christian Church
meeting with her friend, Miss Ore
Pruf. (Jus White hag left for his school
work in Texas, after a pleasant vaca
tion with his mother, Mrs. O. A. Whit.
Miss Lacy Itraden has als left for
her school duties in the Lone Star State,
after a very pleasant visit to her mother
Mr. and Mrs. John Wells, of Nash
ville, are on a visit to Mrs. Wells par-
Mr l.nt.hpp McDonald has entered
school in the medical department of
Hov. Sowell oreached at the Christian
Church last Sundav.
1'rof. J.O. Mahoney has accepted a
position in a leading' school in Texas,
and left for that place.
Prof, and Mrs. Weeden have returned
from a lengthy visit to friends at Con
cord. Mr. W. II. ''offey and daughter, Miss
Willie, visited relatives at Waco last
Mrs W. II. Cochran has returned
from a visit to relatives at Hurricane.
Mr. Hugh P. Hobbs spent a few days
last week at Mt. Pleasant prospecting.
Miss Mamie Sue Kincaid, who is
attending school at Spring Hill, Is at
home on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mcuonaia leu
for thuir winter home In Florida last
week, after spending the summer on
their farm here.
The officer of Evergreen Church,
peeing the need of repairs on their
VMiiMimr havn contracted for same and
the work will begin soon.
Many friends were grieved to hear of
the death of Mr. Dick Campbell, of Cul
leoka, which occurred at his home last
Saturday. The bereaved relatives have
our deepest sympathy.
Mr. Willison Caskey, an aged and
creatlv respected citizen, has returned
iinrinii Hill, where he has been
under treatment of Dr. Martin for
paralysis. His condition is more hope-
flMrs. Geo. Wesson and three daugh
ters are on a protracted visit to rela
tives In West Tennessee.
Mrs. Tommie McvNilHams, of Mk
mont. Ala., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Mahoney. Her friends
sympathize with her in her recent
Regards to all. Your truly,
Daisy Sh am.
place In our community.
Mrs. Patty Russell spent last week
with relatives in the Concord neighbor
hood. She is now at the home of Mr.
John Hoffman, and will visit Mrs.
Susan Sealy this week.
With a hearty hand shake and
"howdy-do" to all the correspondents',
we juit until something more happens.
CUBhn OIL cures
Cuts, Bums, I'ruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Trice, 25 cents.
Sold by A. A. HAINH. Columbia, Tenn.
Kroahvikw, Oct. 10. Miss Alice
Itoehart and Miss liirJle Rinus, from
Mississippi, have been visiting at the
the home of Mr. D. F. Stockard.
M r. John Dnirirer is verv sick with
inflammatory rheumatism. We hope
for him a speertv recovery.
Miss Vivian Harris and Miss Kthel
Smith visited friends and relatives at
hnterprie since our last.
Miss Lizzie Murphv is visting Mr. W.
R M. McKissick in his school at this
Mr. John Gilbreath has purchased the
farm of Mr. Hud F ster near Porter's.
Mr. Marshal McKissick visited his
sister, Mrs. Hunt Dugger, of Stivers
ville, who is quite sick, last week.
Mr. Felix Lovat, w ho has been , sick
with Uphold fever, is better at this
Mr. Tobe Braden, of Giles county,
visited at Mr Jasper Home's receinly.
Rev. W. F. Powers preached his fare
well sermon at this place last Sunday.
He will leave this week for Conference.
(Juite a large crowd was out.
Farmers are busy gathering corn and
preparing the ground for a large wheat
Because it makes selling easy,
saves time and pleases the cus
tomer. A person that's suited
wiirtalk. No better advertise-
ment for our shoes than a satis
Men's Shoes for Hough Wear.
We have a line of high-cut,
Calf -lined 8hoes, built for
winter wear. We give you any
kind of guarantee you want on
Men's Fall Dress Shoes.
In Tan, Box Oalf, Enamel, and
Patent Leather. The VERY
BEHT Productions of the best
, factories in the country. New,
Bull Dog, Astoria, and Broad
Immense line of Fall Goods.
Latent, Swelled and Bent. Fine
Kid, Vesting Top, Lace, $1.60
to $3 00.
Fine Kid, Button and Lace,
$1.50 to $3 00.
Tan Vesting 1p, $1.50 to $2 50.
Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Biggest and best line In Columbia.
T. 1 FIGUIS.
THE DEVIL'S BUSINESS.
Invite the boys to take a drink,
Mix poison'with their brains,
Ensnare their princely power to
in rum s GeuaucnuiK unaius.
What thongh a mother'e heart shall
A nrl ooflh ha fi 1 'prl wif H fflnnm.
Since these are things that help to make
Tl. mrll'a hiulnuad hnnitl t
Oh, who shall heed a sisters tears
rtr hoar the m rm n of wife
Or count the bleared and blasted
What though a childish heart
And shame a soul consume,
Since these are things which help
Thertoi s business hooml
Yes, ask the boys to drink, for when
'I'liuv luul'll til'ill'Hill the CUD.
Though trjey attain tin strength of men,
They snail not give n up.
And drug ihfin so they may not wake
To tlee their linal doom,
For hell itself was pianned to make
The devil's business boom.
Nixon Waterman ill L. A. W. Rut-ton.
An Old Idea.
Every dny strengthens tl.e belief of emi
nent physicians that impure blood is the
cause of the majority of our diseases.
Twenty-five years duo this theory was used
as a basis fo'r the formula of Jirowns' Iron
Hitters. The many remarkaWocuri's el eeted
l.v this fitnous old household remedy are
siUV.cient to prove that the T
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Loose clothes and downy cushions
bring only a negative sort of comfort to
the woman who is suffering with some
disease or derangement of the organs
distinctly feminine. Some clothes and
some positions make the pam ana me
discomfort seem less. Perhaps the
nerves are most affected and this in
turn disturbs the digestion. Nothing
will ever completely relieve but a radi-
nJ nnrn Tho start nf BD-Cal led. "f 6nl at 6
complaints" mav be a very slight thing
indebd. It may be that in the begin
ning some small hygienic measures
would stop the trouble. Certainly at
this time, a little bit of the right medi
ulna Wkti i.i ot.wi it Whpii the trouble
becomes worse, it is harder to cure, but
still it can be cured. Dr. Pierce's X a
vorite Prescription will positively cure
any trouble of this character. It may
be absolutely relied upon It affords
lasting relief to a woman w hose natural
mooestv has kept her from consulting a
i u...wi ! nunt4 in one-cent
..tamos to World's Dispensary Medical
Association. Hnffalo, N. Y., and reeeie
Dr Pierce's itiOH page "Common Seni-e
Met Ileal Adviser," profusely illustrated.
FROM "THE BUILDING OF THE SHU'.'
Thou, too, sail on, O Ship of State!
sail on, () Union, strong and great!
Humanity, with all Us fears,
With all its hopes of future years,
Is hanging breathless on thy fate!
We know wnat master laiu iny aeei,
What workman wrought thy ribs
... .... i
Who made each mast and sail and rope.
What anvils rang, what hammers beat,
In u lioi u fnrun and what a heat
Were shaped the anchors of thy hope!
i.'r rw.t aaMi sudden sound and shock
Tis of the wave and not the rock ;
lis but the flapping of the sail,
And not a rent made by the gale!
Iu spite of rock and tempest's roar,
In spite of false lights on the shore,
Sail on, nor fer to breast the sea!
Cost of Making Peace.
We are told that Peace Commis
sioners Day and Heid get a fee of
$25,000 each at the start. Commis
sioner Moore's fee Is put down at
$20,000. The other commissioners
get $150 a aav, ana tins, wim wun
is paid interpreters, translators,
stenographers and other attaches,
foots up tne neat nine sum 01 i,uj
a day. But although the French
government will do the bulk of en
tertaining in pans, unci nam iiu
poses to go "well fixed" on his own
account. Out of politeness he will
pav the expenses or the women wno
are Invited members of the party,
and there are said to be upward of
twenty. Allowance is also made for
a anna time in Paris, which is not
liable to co&t less thaa $20,000. In
short, there is a bill easily in signt
of not less than a quarter of a mil
Ton dollars for the coining ninety
days, and who knows how long the
rttrtuorhiuMv alow business of mak
ing a treaty may last? Boston
" Jo Dick's "
Feed Cutters have
long since been
accepted by all
the best, strongest
and most durable
Cutter made, and
as MH:. -: -,!. "t- 'v
l ii'. ! ! i ,'! ' '.'-:
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
MT. PLEASANT, TENN
For Both Sexes. Here is (he old reliable "Superior,"
Dopson Acamkmy, Oct. lO.-A yon
have not beard from this place in sev
eral weeks, I will try to give in what
little news we have gathered.
.. .. ... .'.,.. fui nil to till his
regular appointment here last Sunday,
and Rev. D E. Dortch preached for
'''a prayer-meeting has been organized
since our last at this place.
'e are sorrv to report that little
-v-.iiio.mrt Ress'ie Fitzgerald are very
sick at this writing .
Little Lillian Skelley soent part of
last week with her grandparents Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Dodson. of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodson will leave
this place next Thursday for Texas,
Vheie they will make their future
''TaVmers are quite busy getting drills
in order for sowing wheat.
i i 4a nun.Daniir nlceiv un-
1er the management of Miss Lena
Tparkman. We wish her much sue-
BMr. Allen Fitzgerald, of McKenle.
spent last week with friends at this
D Mr.'john Godwin was In our midst
l"weVareksorry to report the sad death
,f Mrs. Marv Caughron, who died in
NHHhvll le tlie 2nd of October, and was
Ta d to rest in the Knob Creek grave
vard She leaves a husband and two
little children to mourn her loss.
11 For fear of tiring the editor and read
ers. I will close, hoping to do better
lam as ever, Clarriss.
Bioryvii.lk, Oct. ll.-Prof. Allen,
principal of the Tennessee Vemale Col-l-ge,
of Franklin, was in the neighbor
hood vicinity, soliciting pupils for his
CMrs1'.Tohn M. Hums, of Columbia, has
hppn with her sisters. Misses Willie and
Louella Alexander, the past week.
Mrs. Lucv Jones, of Springfield,
stopped by a'few days last wek with
the family of her brother, Dr. U. C.
Thomoson, while en route nome irom
... i..ni, amitS nf rroliimhia. ana
Miss Lizzie Henderman, of Portprs,
have been, for the past week, with Mrs.
John A. Thomas, who has been quite
Miss Bessie Perry and F. II. Neely
have also been on the sick list the past
WThe manv friends of Terry Maxville
will be glad to hear that he is improv
ing from his attack of typhoid fever.
Dr. Thompson and Joe A. Perry spent
last week fishing on Buffalo.
Messrs. J. W. Perry, J. W and Wave
Fariss went to Nashville on Dasiness
thw week. ...
Guy Zuccarlllo, of Pulaski, is at Mr.
J. L. "Maxwell's.
Mrs Mary Cayce has heen with rrienos
in the Zioii neighborhood the past two
nnr hnarts. our hones are all with thee;
Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers, our
Our fatti!."' triumphant o'er our fears,
Are all wi'h thee are all wiin 'nee:
'Henry Wadswoith Longfellow.
P4aaNUBIAN TEA cures DyRpep
rlUHIvl v bla, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
Hold by A. B. KAlXi. Columbia, Tenn.
T0TGHEST I'l'lHUMi 0 It ECO 111).
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A.B. Kains
THE SI HE I.a tillll'l'K CVKK.
no use siinering nun.
.i..o,lfnl nialadv. if Vou will only
t ! e r liht renuHlV. Vou are having pan.
linh&h youir body, your liver, -out
of order, have no T . ,vp
ambition, have a bad cold, " 1 J
completely used 1,,-h.lJf,r give y"
is the only remedy that W ,' K1!
,,ro,npt and sure -re e f. 1 hey act d.
1ZIZ ' he 'whole sysWin and
aki you feel like a new -being. rhe
are guaranteed to cure or price rerun
led. For sale at Woldridge A Irvine s
(1 rug store, only Sim per bottle,
lunell l.v. HI
EIM AM) S VHIH ST VALLEY.
M r KlioOct.ia-Kev.V.H. lieasley
, , cache d I is l-t sermon for this eon
yieacheu m Sunday morning,
,,.,.., e ea a is 1 .. n 0 Kesirrec-
n'wl.u.h unwell handled and in a
r.VVeVrct to give him up should it ue
"M Lo'uKinzerisabletobenp after
r,feerd,!:,w,8auyd will soon be able to re-
a teenie fif "-;,
after spending several .'-""
X tnr Mm. Dr. lupe. at Lasea
MV.or ..... v.uird and sister.
... Mt Vernon, mm"'-.
HoW, o . U:n IV-V of last week
frnvea nerr ,OPkard re-
t visit rei Hu,
(M-ai.itv Ckkek, Oct I0.-Here we
come again with what few items we
have gathered for the dear old Hkkalb.
Mrs Cora Swan is on the sick list.
We wish for her. a speedy recovery.
Mrs Virge Norman and little son
Vair, of Lawrence county, are visiting
her mother, Mrs. Kliza McKUfrtok, at
thMlMrRle McMurry and Miss
Florence Heckum visit.'d friends in Mt.
Pleasant since our last.
Kcltner and family nave
moved to Lv'nnville.
Mr. Alex Curvel and family are at
Mr Aboer Keltner s at mis wriun.
Mr. Frank K'ng is still working
Mt. Pleasant. .,, ,
Bro. Sam Sowell will preach
SoiMicers Hill the fourth Sunday
thMiss Florence Heckum, of F.tUton,
Mrs Jenny Walker spent last week
wit'i'lv rtn 'iher in Liwrenee ciunty.
Mr Hugh P. Hobbs, of Mooresville,
Marshall county, spent a few days here
la-t. week on business.
There will lie preaching at Lbenezer
the fourth Sunday.
Miss Georgia Me.Miirrv speiu
,)'vsof last, week with her cousins,
Mfsses Anna and Ida Wells, of Broad-
'Pshelhv Coffev. of the Columbia
bai. spent a few iUy here last week,
shaking h in Nwuh his mviv fnen H.
Mr. John H-ward has a little vvitor
At his hoii1
Mr Tom Wells, of N vdiville, spent a
'... uui week wilh his uncle, Mr.
I!ruun Id , Illl IllllLU Mei.
uth-iHiT corn and sowl-g wheat are
Hie nniH .'';--j- ... ,,.,i
M..1C1SS CK nros . ro truniK oi....
. .. ill. th r new sort nu in inni
L. i , .b nipr liMHI itallons of
l ne v !- - , : " ...
H1IMH9C3 mm -
. jaiii- Unit last week.
' il'k',.nt Morrow Is preparing to
..!ii.V Kim a new house. Look out
Ull 1 iv. -
plMr. Jii Uoward, of Liwrenee, visi
.Ji Kij brother John since our last.
.... tt.h ii.n hs a bone felon on
u a tl ii ner. We can sympathize with
Miss Ila Henderman. of Mt Pleasant,
soent several axys Wlin nersisici, ua
John now aru, msi nc-i. - - i
i.vhA and Peart
Literally A Hartl As a Hock llecatixe of
a Slight MIxtaKn.
(Weekly Telegraph. .
Some time ago. writes a volunteer,
I spent a week with garrison bat
tery in a south coast fort On the
last day the Sergeants sat down to
an exceptionally fine dinner, the
crowning glory of which was a large
nlum nil ddinir. I had made the
pudding two days before, had it
boiled, and now, reheated, it made
its appearance amid the welcome
shouts of my brother warriors; and
I naturally lelt a bit proud of it, for
I had n t been a snip s cooa ioi num-ing-
"Seems mighty hard," remarked
the Sergeant Major, as ne vainiy
tried to stick his fork into it. "Have
von boiled us a cannon ball, Brown
iua?" Or the regimental football?" ask
.. IU L..n .llrl itnil fTMt. MIA fl 11 11 T
-limo iiiv ,i" pi
.,..-VI nnactionoH SPrift. hllllth.
"Where from?" I resorted. "lrom
Store No. 6, of course."
"The deuce you did I" roared the
Quartermaster Sergeant. "Then,
hang you, you've made the pudding
with Portland cement!"
And so it proved. That pudding
ia nrpserved in the battery mu
Sail Tern Bep Aipst 30.
Knclish. Classical. Scientinc
and Business Courses, with
... . . . A n 1 Q
IOr VOIIUK men nun
Preparatory Department for
r t Tl..lnn
Special courses in musi", r.ionuwii,
imLinai r.iitiirfl. Law. Short-hand and
Kxpensrs fr Board anil Tuition, 135
to 175 per year.
Write for catalogue.
Major 0. C. HULYEY, President,
FOUNDED IN 1830.
Mrs. F. A. SIIOUP, Lady Printipa!.
which has proven itself worthy the name
-Opens September 11, 1898.
Th Institute is the oldest school
best facilities for the thorough edu
an inefficient feed is
by hand" way. The
A grain drill with
wnrfifi than the old
t School I r -w-r nnnTATl 1 il, .,K, fnnA 1 in f will
forgirlsinthe South, and has the ttUrriUlUIV IiaiS llltJ UUIJ icuu mcu
SSrpM.sneThe rf3.t.; piant the diversity of crops planted to-day
carefully selected, and includes r t " . j
graduates from Bryn Mawr, (Jornell, wjfU p-rojn drills: nOtlCCaOlV, DeaS ailQ OatS.
Vanderbilt and tne i'oernu wu - o 1
SffirjSJKiaSC la addition to this, it is a stronger, and
i. .. . ..i. i.a.i,.-.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiih attention . i. 1 . .limnUln
Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
never be healthy and vigorous. This
taint in the blood naturally drifts into.
Consumption. Being such n deep-seated
blood disease, Swift's Specific is the
only known cure for Scrofula, because
it is the only remedy which can reach
Scrofula apWHrod on. the head of my mie
irnndcJiild when only IB inontlw old. shortly
i(,er l.rca-klng out jt spivud rapiuly. ft I over
iff oh iliejlnihfvst toucli.ana the ocHr that
roul'i arise mane uie i- 7l't'Vr
nosnliere 4 tlie V,ra
Che (llseiise v-l atUiTiiert
he evei. iTMd we lenrec. sue
....,,1.1 her fciirllt. 1,'IH-
..... .- r ... .
KVnr made, consequently more durable
fiir.n iiirues anu uiivumio . .
Write for catalogues and circulars
Mrs. F. A. SHOUP,
SEND BOYS AND GIRLS
Bostick & Dinning.
"One of our very best schools," as Chan
cellor Klrklaiul, iA the Vanderbllt Linver
flty puts it.
PuHlx Kntw Vamlorbllt on Certlflcale.
The Eotary. Dutchman
and Hancock Disc Plows
ifirrounriintj eonn try, were
BiisulU'il, tuft ' could no
iiitkmit to rellevp;ine ut-
Hl UTIIOeefll. IITIU Hw iv
,s their oninium that the
u...-.ia l..muieS4Rn(l 1111-
illJe to sitve-the.enim .-
ih.fii thii we dt-Hned to Ky
i. .. . ....linll.u i. t . ill HA miUl
llllll bi.;ih.i. ......... . . . .
ilete eure. Me is now yoinm mvij
Healtlifulness unsurpassed. Tuplla
board in private families.
yeuiKht. It u;n9
' speedy aiAl cum-
Next Session Opens August 50.
Board and Tuilio
one year, $ -A.
Mt. Pleasant, Maury County, Tenn.
Send for Catakogo. septlt
HlHl' I'llir, cur .- rw j
levcr had a sign of Uie di- to-yturn.
ScTofula is an obstinate blood disease,
, i,.rnwl ihB reacTi rrf the averaze
i- (Hiiml to such deep-
is uic . , J - r
.a rirBohcoa"! tsoes dow to tne
very foiindatidn and forces out everj
taint. ia-ia iurtly'-vegttabtt, 4
iiin'tonlvblood remedrifUArftnHl to
ct)ntaJirBOroercur, potash or other
miaerai lumwui v . ...
Columfeia :-: AtheuaBum
COI.t'M HI A'. TBNtf ESSEE.
Beauling and lay Srhool fr Birk.
a" ":' . v i.
lnrftmetlon 1h Prinmrsl H ih KcIkhiI and
full folU'iiH work, speijml advantage
lnMusiC-art. Kloi-uwon, luort,-nan
T v n - ' V l T IT tl .
r-u nrr SeptwiDer l im
Fcr catnlfjguei r fwrthar InforaiaWoli
address, . ,-ru
11 1 1 1 it & a. - N
are alvys found in the front furrow on all
We are todav oiTerinjr better busies
d'ior the mqney than were ever sold before
o" t i - L
in mis marKeu
Street fir Co
turned to uay " ionler
-,iPk will spend several das longer
-withlrids. le unxY have
v'rf I- A& bk to their
Subscribe or the Herald.
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