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THKTCOLUMHLA IIKItALO: Kl IDA, NOVEMBER 11. ll8.
Ain't So Plentiful That
People Can Afford to
We'll Help You to Save it. That's
Our llusinet-s to Look After
and Help the Customers
as well as Ourselves.
It' well-known that we study
values first, arid our prices are al
ways the lowest.
This time we are not going to wait
for a late Clearing Out Sale, but
commence it now, right now, and the
axe falls first on the Cloak, Cape
and Wrap stock.
About 20 Jackets, were $10.00 lo
$17 .00; cut prices in two and take
Cloth and Plush Capes, $1.50 for a
good one. Plush Capes, $2 50 up.
We'll give you a hig cut on any of
them. Broken sizes in Children's
Jackets at nearly half price.
Next Lick at the Silk
and Woolen Dress tloods.
Four pieces Rich Camels Hair
Plaids, very wide, $1.00 and $125,
right prices. Next Monday we say
Six pieces 54 -inch Bousettes,
great for children's wraps and capes,
rough effects, plain and changeable
color. Next Monday, 72c will do
Standard Prints, 3c.
Plaid and Striped Ginghams and
yard-wide Penangs, 5c.
Genuine Fruit-of-the-Lnom Do
mestic at 6oC, lengths 2 to 10 yards.
Closing out all of our Ladies' and
Rain Coats at actual bona fide first
cost, and even less. We must part
company with them. Home few silk
lined goods In thee sold at $15 00
We close them at $7.50.
Opening Plaid and striped Near
eilks, yard wide, 12Jc to 25c. Quite
the thing for petticoats, linings and
New Braids, Gimps. Passamen'
tries. Velvets, Bilks, New Under
wear, Fleeced and Wool Hosiery.
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY
E. R. Zuccarello to David Steven-
son. 325 acres in 20th dist., $5,500.
A. M. Pennington and wife to G
W. Killibrew, 1 acres in 13th dist.,
J. W. and R. A. Crutch to B. F
and Virginia Harrison. 8'o acres in
22nd dist.. 1.250.
H. A. Gant and wife to Mrs. Hor
ace Rainey. interest in homestead
in fit h dist.. $800.
W. H. L,onur and wife to J. E.
Brownlow, lot in Mt. Pleasant, $250
J no. K. Brownlow. and wife, to
John A Goodman, lot in Mt. Pleas
W. 8. Fergueson to G. W. Ferirue
son. interest in 2 tracts in 16th dist.,
N. 8. Fergueson to G. W. Fergue
son, interest in 2 tracts in 16th dist
G. W. and Lavonla Ferguson, to
V. E. KirkDatrick. int. in land in
.1. VV. Armistead and wife to
Rnhonl directors 22nd dist., lot in
22nd dist.. $100.
T. J. Hnwlett and wife to Benson
W. H. Evina. store house and Jot
in ("nllpokH. t)00.
W. J. Neeley to Horace Rainey,
Wa in llth dist.. $3. 4 13.97.
D. K. Haves et al. to P. A. Hucka
hv. llli acres in 23rd dist., $1,400.
J. N.'Swan to G. M. Swan, interest
in lunrl ill 11th dist.. $500.
tunnh iturkpr to M. Fleisman, 7
trunta nf lunii. tfi.740.
v u Smith to Dee Green and
wife, lot in Columbia, $100.
News Worth Knowing.
We are Just in receipt of New Califor
nia (Prunes, Apricots, Raisins, Fids,
Peaches, etc. Also Citron, Dates, Chrys-
talizpd Cherries, etc.
IS lbs Granulated Sugar $10?
q Ik. lual Pninpa )
or KnuarhniifipMolasses. per
kj-p,-- - - r
ii Iks KmtAniintrv lard i-uu
. k i nf cntmnrrl and Catawba
A lirnu i.r.'- - 0,
drapes, per basket....
12 ins Vest seed-tick coffee i.
11 lbstlolden Hio Coffee l-W
J O. PAIMWOon,
No. ft, North Main Street,
Bell Telephone No. 113-2 King.
Have a fresh car-load, just arrived
stvle and finish can't be equaled
Come quick and see.
tf satterfield Dodson
Mr. Matt M. Armstrong and Miss
Willie Walker, of the Zion neigh
borhood, were united in marriage at
Thursday evening of last week.
h hnmo nr t ie orum o
Have large orders. Get my prices.
WILL BARKER, at White , Bros.'
Bell 'phone, 24 ; Citizens , 147. It
Monthly and Bearing-Down Pains,
attendant upon Irregular aud Hup.
oressed Menstruation, are relieved
bTs mmons Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablet-. Sold by A. B. Rains.
Alf ThomDSon is here on a viwit to
Mrs. Octie Cherry is visiting rela
tives in Franklin.
Miss Amanda Harlan ia on a visit
to Nashville friends.
Mr. E. A. Fusch was here from
Nashville this week.
Mrs. Frank Everett is back from
a visit to relatives in Pulaski.
Mr. T. N. Figuers, Jr., was in
Nashville last week on business.
Misses Jipssie and Eunice Lee have
retu'iied to their home at Duplex.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Dale have re
turned from their bridal trip north.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Joyce have re
turned from a trip to Cincinnati.
Mr. John Trotwood Moore spent
several (fays in Atlanta the past
Mr. B. F. Davis was called to West
Tennessee Saturday by the illness of
Mrs. A. C. Flovd ha returned to
Chattanooga after a visit to rela
Miss Daisy Fowler has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Mary Paul Mu
guire in Nashville.
Miss Virginia Webster and Miss
Sue Polk Temple left the first of the
weeK ror JNew York.
Messrs. Marvin Crosthwait and
Harrison Builaid visited friends ia
Nashville last week. I
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Adams came
in Friday from Birmingham and
left Monday for Kentucky.
Mrs. E. C. Lutta and Miss Lucv
Haley are attending the Sundav-
fechool Convention in Gallatin.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. William
son, of Nashville, spent several days
the past week with relatives here.
Messrs. Fred Reynild and Hal
Holcomb, of Nashville.' visited their
aunt, Mrs. James Roberts, this week.
Mr. F. D. Lander will leave to
morrow for a visit to relatives in
Paducah, Ky. He will be gone ten
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Gant. of Water
Valley, Miss., have been visiting
relatives in Maury County this
Miss Mollie Leftwich, of Leftwich
Bridge, spent several days the past
week with her sister, Mrs. Bruce
Chancellor Abernathy left Wed
nesday evening for Nashville, where
he will spend a few davs and then
go to Perry county to hold court.
Miss Eva James has returned
from Nashville, accompanied by her
cousin, Miss Marion Cooper, who
will be her guest for several days.
Mr. George E. MoKennon left the
first of the week for New York, to
buy goods for McKennon, Anderson
& Foster. This is the second trip he
has made this season, and his pa
trons may expect something when
We have the latest
shapes in Millinery
Fine Pattern Hats anl '
All Kinds of Crush Hats.
A new style of Sailor just re
ceived. We have the prettiest
line of hats for children ia
Miss Beatrice Kerwict,
Entrance through Maury Dry Goods
and Shoe Co.'s btore.
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Mrs. Fr tnk Everett and little son,
of Columbia, have been visiting the
family of her father, Maj. Z. W.
Ewing. for the oast week. Giles
Miss Carrie Norris has returned
from an extended visit to Columbia.
We are glad to welcome her again.
Mr. Love Webb of Columbia whs in
town this week Centreville News.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, of
Columbia, are here on a visit. Miss
Loulie McOavock has returned from
a visit to uoiumoia. w uiiamson
Mrs. M. E. Trigg and neice Miss
Alexine Wells spent several days in
Maury county last week. r ranklin
Bushels new corn in the ear wanted
by the City Grain & Feed Co. See
or telephone them. tf
M. E. Allen siphped a load of hogs
from Godwin last Saturday.
Hood & Co., shipped two loads of
hots to Louisville this week.
Houston Thomas shipped 2 loads
of cattle from Culleoka last week.
Vaughn & Alexander shipped 2
loads of hogs to Louisville batur
day. J. W. Howard & Co., bought sev
eral head of mules on the square
Have large orders. Get my prices.
Will Barkkr, at White Bros'.
Beil 'phone, 24; Citizens', 147. It
MA II IMAGES.
M.M.Armstrong to Miss Willie
La Fayette Hayes to Miss Mary
8hand Roberts to Miss rrankle
Charley C. Cook to Miss Maggie
as handsomo a stock as you can find
in our city, is at James Bros. See
us sure before you buy. It
By order of the State Superinten
dent., Hon. Price Thomas, and in ac
cordance with an act of the Legisla
ture, to day (Friday) has been set
apart as Arbor Day, to be observed
by the various public schools of the
county by planting trees on the
school grouuds and with such other
observance as may be appropriate.
EveryDofly Is Win
To fluena dm
Thursday and Friday Nights,
November 10 and II.
Do not forget ihe dates. Music by
the Mandolin Club.
Our display of rich Cut Glass, Ster
ling Siver, Fancy Lamp, Onyx Ta
bles, Fine Leather Goods, Wave
Crest Ware, Bisque Goods, Atom
izers, Cut Glass Perfumers, etc., Fine
Pipes and smokers' articles and oth
er novelties too numerous to men
tion, would do credit to any city.
You are cordially invited to visit
our store and inspect this collection
of Wedding and Holiday gifts and
enjoy th music by the Mandolin
Club. We will try and make it
pleasant for you. Remember the
dates, November 10 and 11, of next
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
The Franklin Chrysanthemum
Club will make Its aunual display of
chrysanthemums, in the court house
at Franklin, on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of next week. These
displays have gained more than a
local reputation lor their magniti-
cence and beauty, and this, we are
informed, will be the finest they
have ever Bhown. The proceeds will
go to the Confederate Monument
Fund, and the Herald is author
ized to extend to Columbia society
a cordial invitation to visit this dis
play. Mm. 1'arker'n Reception.
Misses Mary Gant and Linda
Frierson were the honorees of a
most delightful reception given by
Mrs. Charles A. Parker at her
pretty home on Ninth street last
Friday afternoon. The interior of
the house presented a charming ap
pearance in its decorations of red,
white and blue, and these colors
were carried out in the elegant re
freshments, which were served by
Sidebottom of Nashville. The host
ess, who was prettily gowned in a
dress of white organdy, was assisted
in receiving by Misses Gant, Frier
son, James, Hendley, Carpenter,
Coleman, Whitthoi-ne, Williamson,
Provine, McLemore. Moore, and
Mendames Bailie Dobbins and Robt.
Ewing. About sixty ladies enjoyed
the hospitality of Mrs. Parker, and
the occasion will long be remem
bered by those who had the good
fortune to be in attendance.
Othurt Have the Stock,
we will surprise you both in
goods and prices
Don't buy before
seeing our display
James Bros. It
UNCALLED roil LETTKKS.
The following is the list of letters for
the week ending November 11, 18H8.
Adkisson. Lee Kittrell, Eaton
Brown, Mattie Meraon.Pearlee Mrs
Hallanfaiit, M F McUuire, Claude
Davis, Taby McCurie, Venie
Davis, Ernest Overton, W L
Daniel. Marv ratton. Carrie
Dooley, Bessie Pillow, Calissie Mrs
Dooley, Bessie pkg Parker, II W
I'irimotison, Meivie rressgrove, w i'
h'itzpatrick, Koy Peters, Weo C 2
Fitzpatriek. F Quick. Will C
Foster. Pal"kv Mrs Robinson, Andrew
Ualaway, Henry Robinson, Mary
(ilin,yenie Ross, Geo P
Havy, A R Sturdivant, L 1 2
Hill, J N Smith, W E
Hill, Lillie Smith, Olian
Henderson, Mra F C Sherrill, J II 2
Jeffords, (iale Mrs Watson, Lucindia
Kittrell, Tom loung, iterate
Parties calling for the above letters
will please say advertised.
II. F. Fariss, P. M
We sell Myers' pumps, hay
and water tanks. Bee
tf Satterfield A Dodson.
The Chrysanthemum Club will
hold a meeting this (Friday) even
ing at 3 o'clock in the Bethell House
parlor. As this will be the last
meeting, all members are requested
to be present, as the time for bold
ing thtt show will be determined on
Jno. W. Frierson, Jr., Secy.
Dispersal Sale of Jersey Cattle and
will take place Nov. 23rd at Ewell
Station. No postponement on ac
count of weather. ll-2t
Columbia Lodge Number 31, F
and A. M., celebrated the seventy
ninth anniversary of Its organiza
tion last evening in the Masonic
Temple. A programme appropriate
to the occasion was carried out, after j
which a nice repast was served.
Choice Seed Wheat.
We have a quantity of exceeding
ly choice cleaned seed wheat, test
ing 62 pounds per bushel, which we
offer at 75 cents per bushel.
Columbia Mill& Elevator Co.
Baggies and Surries.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medium grade
buggies, surries, and phretous in
the city. Call and see
tf Satterkield & Dodson.
To Regulate the Menses, Stop
Flooding and too frequent appear
ance of Menses, take Simmons
Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets. Sold
bv A. B. Rains.
weiluing & HQimay ware
All the banks were closed on
Miss Mamie Akin has recovered
from a spell of fever.
Allison Webster is out again after
several days illness.
Mr. Csrriek Fariss is now clerking
for Mr. J. Rosenthal.
The trees ate almost stripped of
their summer foliage.
Mrs. M. H Lazarus has recovered
after two weeks' illness.
Miss Beatrice Kerwick is board
ing with Mrs. W. K. Stephens.
Theodore Stephenson spent last
Saturday and Sunday in Nashville1
Buttered pop-corn and fresh roas
ted peanuts at Buck's Ocean Candy
Charlie Fariss is now working for
the Cumberland Telephone Com
pany in Nashville.
The books of the Columbia Library
Association have been sold to Mrs.
John H. Carpenter.
Asa month for pretty weather,
November is decidedly an improve
ment over October.
The Cumberland Telephone Com
pany are running a long distance
line to Lawrenceburg.
A full line of infants' caps and
wraps at Mrs. M. E. Williamson's
Millinery Emporium. tf
Jim Daimwood, the North Main
street grocer, is delivering goods in
a pretty new grocery wagon.
The officials of the Maurv Nation
al Bank are contemplating putting
in a new vault of the latest design.
Have you purchased your new fall
hat yet? If not, see those pretty
styles at Mrs. M. E. Williamson's.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
served dinner in the vacant store
house in the south-east corner of the
square last Monday. A neat sum
Bessie, the little daughter of Mr.
ana Mrs. John Ashton, who was
critically ill with dyphtheria, is now
out or danger and improving rapid-
I he little child of Mr. and Mr
John Bose Is also improving.
Don't fail to ses our stock before
you buy; we will please you If you
will call on us. James Bros. It
A horse belonging to Watson &
Co., and attached to one of their
buggies, ran away last Sunday
moruinir, demolishing the vehicle
and giving the driver a pretty hard
shake up. The horse was unhurt.
Judge Holding will convenne
Circuit Court here next Monday.
There are about 75 cases on the
State docket and 100 on the Civil
docket. This session will be one of
much interest, as the Simmons
Irvine case will come before the
Hope Rebekah Lodge entertained
Mrs. Kirkpatrick and Miss Kramer,
of the Woodbine Rebekah Lode,
last Monday evening in the lodge
room. A nice repast was served
These ladies came out to instruct
the degree team of Hope Rebekah
Lodge, lhey were guests of Mrs
Prank Cox while here.
Watches, Diamonds, Silver and
Plated Ware, Jewelry, Clocks, Fancy
Uhlna, out Glass, Lamps, Onyx Ta
bles, Imported Novelties, Special
ties, etc., at James Bros. It
At the meeting of Leonidas Polk
Bivouac last Monday, a committee
was appointed to draft resolutions to
be presented the next session of the
General Assembly, requesting that
a sum of $100. OIK) be setaside annual
ly by the State of Tennessee, to be
used for pensioning Confederate
Dr. A. O. Kennedy, who has been
absent a great dal for the last sev
eral months, on account of sickness
in his family, will be regularly at
his business from now on. and tele
phone or verbal messages left with
Barr & Oakes or Geo. 8. Alcorn,
will be received and promptly at
tended to. tf
County. Court Cierk A. L. Thomas
aua Deputy li. w. Thomas came
near meeting with what might have
been a serious accident last Satur
day evening after the storm, while
driving down Garden street, at the
corner of Eighth street. The wind
had blown down a live electric wire,
which had fallen across the street
The light from the wire attracted
their attention, and they stopped
their horse just In time to avert an
accident. The current was turned
off, and linemen were called to re
adjust the wire.
We Were Elected
by a good, safe majority, and you will
be, too, if you spend your money with
us. Read our prices for this week :
18 lbs Claritied Sugar $1.00
12 lbs best urade Seed Tick Coffee. .$1.00
18 lbs best Granulated Sugar 100
14 IDs good Leaf Lard 1.00
10 packages XXXX Coffee 1.00
New Country Sorghum, per gallon,
3 lb can Boston Haked Beans 10
3 cans good Salmon "
1 quart good Table Syrup 10
9 lbs good Kea Soda lit
WHITK BROTH KKH,
North Main Street,
lute tv Daimwood s old stand.
Hell Telephone 24. Citizen, 147
Choice Seed Wheat.
We have a quantity of exceeding
ly chedee cleaned seed wheat, test
Ing ua pounds per bushel, which we
offer at 75 cents per bushel.
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Allyne Ariron(f .
Allyne, the four-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mr, h.. Ij. Armstrong,
died Wednesday evening at the
home of her parents in the Zion
neighborhood. The funeral services
were conducted yesterday afternoon
at 2:.'W o'clock by Rev. S. P. Hawes,
and the burial was in the church
Largest and best assorted stock in
the city. See
tf Satterkield A Dodson.
If you want the news,
The month just closed was one
of the most successful in the his
tory f our business. Why?
Because our stock is complete
in every department; it meets
the wants of careful buyers, and
our price h cannot lie tnet.
Our popular price
Capes, Jactets anl Collarettes
have caught the public eye. No
such values can be had else
where for so little money.
We have just received some very
pretty effects in
Dress Ms, Sis
As we go to press there is being
unloaded at our door a beautiful
line of RUGS, together with
some striking designs in new
CARPETS. We arH better pre
pared to serve you than ever be
fore. A fw special i lferings in
MATTINGS tha' are money
savers. See oo" ie of
Also a new line of neckwear just
has been phenomenal. We have
had to order new goods every
We are showing some beautiful
suits in Blue Sergps, also Black,
Brown and Blue effects in many
late weaves. Swellest line of
you ever laid your eyes
all lengths and shades.
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Mr. W. R. Massey and son, Har-
vev. ot Mt. rieasant, are tne guests
of Mr. and .Mrs. Pleasant Massey.
Miss Burton Pugh is visiting hr
sister, Mrs. Eddie Jaynes. thi week.
Miss Kate Mosley is with her
aunt at Groveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, of Mt.
Pleasant, were visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Davis, the
first of this week.
Miss Mary Cathay, after a most
delightful visit in our midst, has re
turned to her home at Lewishurg.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hammond left
Mondav for Evansville, Ind., to
make their future home.
Mr. James Griffin and familv will
leave here Saturday for Florence,
Ala. Mr Griffin jo8 to fire the
engine tor the Florence riourinir
Mill. We are sorry to have them
leave us, but we wish them an
abundance of success in their new
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Taylor will
give a birthdav dinner to day, in
honor of Mrs. N. J. Weatherly, or
Lawrenceburg. sifter of Mr. Taylor.
Quite a number of their friends have
been invited to spend the day with
The members of the Main Street
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
are now worshiping at the Andrews
Public School every hundav. cot
tuire prayer-mretings are held every
Wednesday night. AJ1 are welcome
to these services. Tramp.
Don't make a summer, nor a few
pieces of cut glass and bric-a-bac a
china store. We can save you
money on anvthing in the china or
glass line. Our price will convince
you. come and see. telephone a.
novi ilt DOBBINS S bWlNUi
CAR ON FIRE.
Train Hun Into Lrwliburi With
of Cellar Ablar.e.
As Capt. Knignt s train was com
ing In from Columbia last Wednes
day it was discovered, when near
South Berlin, that a car load of ce
dar timber was on fire. It could not
be reached with the engine hose and
it became apparent that the entire
train would be burned unless some
thing was done quickly. The coach
es were therefore cut loose and i
hasty run made to this place, where
the car, by this time burning rapid'
ly and half consumed, was side
tracked. The chemical engine and
small extinguishers were telephon
ed for, and with these and the en
gine hose the fire was soon extin
guished. Marshall Gazette
We can show the finest Phaetons
thp finest Surries, and the finest
Buggies, in the city:'with rubber
tires if you say so. Come and see our
display of fine work.
tf Satterkield s Dodson.
Irvine Boys Brought In.
Sheriff Hight and Deputy Church
went out to Carter's Creek Monday
and brought in the two Irvine broth
ers, Warren and Drew, who had suf
ficiently recovered from their
wounds to permit of the move. They
are now in jail, awaiting trial by
Circuit Court, which convenes next
Monday. No preliminary hearing
will be had.
Harwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains
Sale of Stock, Tools, kc.
On Wednesday, Nov. 30, I will
offer for sale at mv farm near Mc
Cains, my farming tools, some arti
cles of household and kitchen furni
ture, and a quantity of valuable
stock. Jas. H. Peoples. It
Xf We are receiving every day.
Itf te our Line of
Cut Glass and
jy Always glad to see you in our
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
We carry everything our line of
business calls for, whether it be the
most expensive or more modest ia
Our stock is bought to accommo
date those in distress, and our prices
are neither for the rich nor the poor,
but to suit the occasion for those
favored of fortune, or for the humble
home where cruel Death has made
his always unwelcome visit.
Our business motto is to "Do as we
would be done by," and to consci
entiously discharge all. sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, telphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
Office, CitJzn' Telephone No. 130.
A. KAMI, Heol.lenre.
Hell Telephone 3.').1.
JOHN A OAKKS, ltel1enre,
I'll ieim' telephone No. 53.
Tom lintve, HI Mt. Flenniiiit, Shot by
A most unfortunate accident oc
curred at Mt. Pleasant last Sunday
evening between 6 and 7 o'clock,
which resulted in tne death of Tom
Graves, a 15-year-old boy.
Willie Gray, aged 18, and a com
panion werf in tbe store of Gray &
Hill at the tune, the senior member
of the firm, Mr. A. T. Gray, being
the father of Willie Gray. Gray
was fooling with a pistol, which had
ifotten out of work, and just as
young Graves entered the door he
snapped the trigger accidentally,
firing the pistol and snodim a bul
let through uravps Drain, ihe
ball entered the forehead, and death
Afterwards, Gray became so griev
ed and mortified over the killing
that he attempted to take his own
life, but was prevented from doing
so by his friends. The shooting was
purely accidental, and the alfair Is
very much deplored. B th boys are
members of highly respected fami
lies. Farmers, Farmers!
The City Grain & Feed Co., guar
antee you the highest market price
for your crop of new corn, hee them
M A U It Y CO I N T Y M E i I C A L SIT I ET Y
I'lihlio Il-uiiloim on Hewltli and
llyiiiene lo Ite Held.
For the next few months the
Maury County Medical Societv will
have a series of papers and discus
sions on subjects pert'iiiiiug to pub
lic health and hygiene, to which the
the public is cordially invited. The
first meeting will be held next Tues
day morning, Nov. 15, in the hall
over the Maury National Bank, at
10 o'clock instead of 11, which has
been the usual time of meeting for
the society. These discussions, if
attended upon by the public, will
result in mnch good, and everyone
should be glad to avail themselves
of the opportunity.
We bought over 2 car loads of
stoves before the advance in prices,
and can save you money. Cooking
stoves complete from $G to $:5.
Come and see
nov4 3t Do mt in & Ewinu.
liOKED BY A COW.
Mr. Tom Itvia, of I'.ettr Creek. Meetf
With a Painful Acoldent.
Mrs. Tom Davis, of the Bear Creek
neighborhood, met with a painful
accident lit Monday afternoon by
being gored by a cow. She had gone
out into the lot to milk, when the
cow, which had a young calf, be
came angered by her presence
and made a lunge towards her,
striking her in the breast with her
horns, breaking several ribs and In
juring her internally. The injuries
are quite serious and painful, but it
is hoped that he will entirely re
cover from them.
Mitchell Wagons, none so good, buy
Satteri- i eld & Dodson.
COAL AND COKE.
We ore sole agents for the follow
ing well-known and popular coals:
St. lirmard, Empire,
The Xorth Jdtien, &tna,
A nl St. Jkrnard lump and crvxftcd
(Joke. Please send us your orders.
ep9 Cm John A. Walker A; Co.