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FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1900. James Williams INSURANCE AGENGY, Established 1888 C. W. WILLIAMS, MANAGER, Savannah, Tenn. Marriage licenrs have been iesaed to the following parties nco our li8t report: Jas. O. olan to Mrs. Elizabeth Baugus, W. II. Burkcn to Ada Kinks, mett Pratt to liver Watsou, Wm. Sharp to Flora Robins, J. Johuson to Bertha Laue, I M. ubbard to Hat lie Williams. Telephone 45-2 I ..LOCAL ITEMS., i Telephone 43 for groceries. R. A. Kimblo of Linden cauie up Monday on a visit to his son. It is well to know that Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop the pain at once. It will care eczema and iin diseases and ugly wounds and sores. Counterfeits may be offered yon. See that you cot the origlual DeWitt'a Witch azel Salvo. J. K. Barlow. We are revising our subscrip tion list and are dropping the names of a few whose time is out, so if you fail to get the pa per in the future you may know j. t. Thomnson. J. E. the reason. Relibablo Gold Rings at liar-low's. L. II. Dickson here this week. of Sardis was Prescriptions filled with tho best and purest drugs at Barlow's. Torturing skin eruptions, burns and 6ores are soothed at once aud promptly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve" the best nowu cure for piles. Beware ofwortnless counterfeits. J. K. Barlow. Tho newest and nobiest line of hats just in at Ross Bros. & Co. The best method of cleansing the liver in the use of the famous ttle pills known as DeWitt's lit- e Early RiserB. Easy to take. ever gripe. J. K. Barlow. Mr. and Mr. Wiley Russell of Columbia, are here visiting rela tives. Pure drugs, Patent Medi cines, Stationery, &c, at Barlow's. A. now remedy for biliiousncss is now on sale at J. E. Barlow's drug store. It is called Chamber- This is the season when moth- Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. ers are alarmed on account of It crivca muck relief and will pro- vent the attact if given as soon as tho indication of the disease croup. It is quickly cured by Due Minute Cough Cure, which child ren love to take. J. K. Barlow. Tho Florence fair is ou week. Edgar and Cronon ter attended from here. this Car- Yes! We write all kinds of insurance. Over 20,000.000 as sests represented in of ineureance, seo or write Jas. Williams Ius., Agenoy. Misses Willie and Cordia Whito of Bath Springs, came up on the Tennesso Monday and are spend ing the week here. Just recievel at Ross Bros. & Co., an elegant line of ladies and Misses capes and jackets. Don't fail to see them. Oscar Duncan, who is teaching ai uiias Mius. was in to see us Saturday. He will cIobo out ear in November and then attend school himself at some place to be selected. Summer Dress Goods, Ladies and Misses Slippers and Mens Summer Clothing at cost. D. A. & T.J. WELCH. 1 1 M n . Aionzo runups or uatu was in jionuay ana brought us some ignite coal found in his neigh borhood. This i s another find of importance for our county. Oapt. R. D. DeFord has dis tributed uosters publishing a list of appointments to speak ou the State issues. If you want a heating stove donH forget the tin shop where ys-n can get them for from $1.75 up, Q, H. Russell, the tinner, has them in stock all tnc time. Now is the time to insure your dwelling and barn. Don't wait, but write James Williams Insur ance Agency, Savannah, Tenn. A. A. Watson has recently adorned his office with some beautiful specimens of the art nreservati.ve. They are in the nature of portraits. Charlie Ross Is no longer on tho road. He is nosv at Ross Bros. & Co., attending to business and showing his politeness to ine customers. Insureauce that i n insures Millions to na.v losses. Rates that nrn ennitable. See or write Jas. Williams Ins. Agency, Sa vannah, Tenn. We have iust received fresh lots of Rolled Oats. Shred Cpco nnt. Rest iar Jellies Macaroni, Pittftd flherrics and all kinds of can goods, Pickles, Syrups, Can dies etc. Hardin & Hamilton Phone 43. Mth. J. P. Atkins and two sons Mnnta And Robert Earl, of Sol merare visiting Mrs. Hamilton Mr Atkins has sold his mercan tile interest at Selmer and w hope it will be convenient for him to locate iu our town. Don't think over it any longer, It ih to your interest to carry in Biirpftuoe. Fires are treacher ons. You can get this protection . . . .. . t.. w:i on.1 inrtAmnitV lurOQUil Jiie. " liams Ins. Agency. An effort is being made t secure sufficient subscription to a tftlenhone line between this Dlace and Olive Hill. kintiinutl All hfitweou t n e two muuivwuw- - places is now had by way Clifton. of Do not get scared if your heart trouble you. Most likely you suffer from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat aud gives lb worn out stom ach perfect rest. It is the only preparation known that complete ly digests all clauses of food; that is why tt cures tho worst cases of iudigestion aud stomach troubles after every thing else has failed. It may be taken in all conditions and cannot help but do yon good. J. K. Barlow. Farmers are busy gathering their cottou. Oollon is turning out very well. Mrs. William Shelton is very low and is not expected to re cover. Bill Maddox started for Texas lust Mouday to look for a home. Toxon. Rcalo stato lias been changing hands lively for tlio past few days S. M. Watson and wife to I. O, Walker, Abo Young to llobcrt Ilinklo, J. A. Boweu to J. B Wolf, S. II. Gilliam to W. A.. Montgomery, G. M. Tlunk and wife to G. W. Johnson, G. W. Johuson to O. M. Plunk, Wm. Thompson and wife to W, A. and Moore and Right. Mr. James Moffat and family were tho guests of Dr. Harbert aud family Sunday. n. G. Abernathy and W. L. Evans were the guests of Mr. A. K. Abernathv Saturday. Daisy Herbert and Mrs. Olie Tarbcrt are on tho siok list. Red Bird. wife to J, 0. Harrison, W. Fowler and wile to J. B. Wolf. A. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watson and their daughter Elizabeth, left Mouday morning for Mouticillo, ; , where they go, to tlio re gret of their many friends here, to make thoir.future home. They will take care of Mr. Watson's grandmother who resides at that place. appears, rnce, cents per dox Sample free. When you have no appetite, do all branches not relish your food and feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Sample free at J. K. Barlow's drug store. J. K. Rarlow, accompained bo his wife and baby and Miss Irene and Miss Fannie Broyles, ary makiug tue trip to St. Louis on the City of Memphis. Mrs. J. M. Meredith is improv g some but is still confined to her bed. Dr. W. II. Lewis, Lawrence- ville, Va., writes: "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my miotic and find it an admirable remedy." Many huudredi of hysieians depend upon tlio use Kodol Dyspepsia uuro in Stomach troubles. It digests what you eat and nllows you to cat all the good food you need provided you do not over load your stomach. Gives iustant re- icf aud a permanent cure. J. li. Barlow. Circuit Court Judge Holding did not arrive till late in the afternoon Monday. he bar had organized by electing D. W. Broyles as Judge who made up tho grand jury but did no other business. Attorney General Boyd did not come on .. tt tr account or Eickuess ana n. u Iardin was appointed to fill his place. Tho civil docket was before the tho court till Thursday, when the criminal docket was called. The mnortant cases set for trial are -"I as follows: Three cases agaiust Dan Mills and others for larceny set for Saturday. Jas. Wicker, murder, Saturday; Frank Lutts and others, rape, Prof. Crouiu Carter closed out very successful free school at Lowryville a week ago. He claims to bo well pleased with toaching. Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure Constipation ndigestion, Sick headache and Stomach trouble for sale J. K. Barlow. Try neinz's keg pickles and kraut to be found only at Mere dith's. Take your produce to Mere dith's. They want all you have. Rev. McCluney here Thursday. of Clifton was For sprains, swellings and ameness tbere is nothing so good as 'Chamberlain's Pam Balm. or sale by J. K. Barlow. II. L. Orr of Sibley was Tuesday at court. hero Notice. The City of Clifton early Sunday morning Louis. She expects that port again Saturday. Any one wno is in need or a was Iicro &uuu l'ult ul uiouiiuu auv wuiua from St. to leave will do well to seo Carter Bros. Rev. M. It. Cooper will be here Saturday and Sunday and will hold services at the Christian church. Both last Saturday and Sunday were wet days. Enough rain fell on those days to measure three nebes. If you want the best possible value foryour money buy ''Star Millinery. Miss Jessie Arcncr regrets that owing to sickness she could I not oe in savannah Uct. 1st as advertised, but will have her new Fall and Winter Millinery on ex hibitiou ou Saturday Oct. 13 . It happened in a Drug Store. 'One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked No other pills can equal 1)6' Witt's Little Early Risers for promptness and efficiency. J, K, Barlow. Brand Shoes" of Ross Bros. &X for a '.brand of cough medicine Co. inai i uiu not nave in stocK'says Mr. U. It. Grandin of Ontario, N, x. "sue was disappointed and wanlcd to know what caugh preparation i could recommend I said to her that I could freely recomend Chamberlain's Cougl Remedy and that sho could take a bottle of the remedy aud after giving it a fair trial if she did not find ll worth the money to bring oacic tnc Dome and 1 would re mnu ido price paid, in a day or two the lady came back in comp anyith a friend in need of cough medicine and advised her to buy Chamberlin's Cough itomeay. l consider tuat a very good recommendation for it. ue romeay owes its great popu larity and extensive Bale to tho personal recommendations o f people who have been cured b its use. It is for sale bv J. K, Barlow. Tho Standard Scwintr Ma chine is the best and lightest running. At Barlow's. Hon. T. W. Sims and Hon. T. C. Byo will speak iu Savannah ou Thursday October 18. Miss Flora Tarbett is visiting her sisters, and Mrs. Mitchell. of Saltillo Mrs. Smith J. II. Laden of Cupples here on business last week. was If you Want tho on wheel, buy the best wagon etudebaker Job Couldn't Have Stood It If he'd had Itching Piles. They are terribly annoying; bnt Buck len's Arnica Salve will euro tho worst case of piles on earth. It's cured thousands. For injuries, pains or 'lodily eruptions, it's tho best sah o iu tho world. Plica 25 cents n box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by druggist. For sale by J. K- Barlow A. S. GllIGG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Savannah, Tenn. Will Truclice in the Courts of this and ad joining Counties; also in the Supreme Court. I'romnt attention will be riven all business en trusted to me, Stork Office Over Uoss Bros., TAKE YOUR WORK TO THE SAVANNAH LAUNDRY, L. L. MARKS, Prop. m'--i i Coats and Pants Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed. All work guaranteed. fcirSouth Side Public Square. Clifton High School ...WILL OPEN... SEPTEMBER 3, 1900, and, continue NINE MONTHS. Intrusions Thorough in all Departments. TUITION:-lst, 2nd, and 3rd Header grades per month $ l.A). 4th and 5th Reader grades... $ 1.50, Teachors' Course for Prima ry Schools, per month $ 2.00. Teachers' Course forSecondary Schools per month $2.25 to $2.50, Higher branches not exceeding $ 2.73 For other information call on or ad dress H. J. COX, Principal. Clifton. Tennessee. Lend Sale. W. A. Hardin, ctais ys Martha Jane Ctit tendon. In Chancery Court Jof I Iardin county Tennessse. liy virtue oi . decree ot tue i-ouniy , . I- Ik. nl.ntr. rlal.wl ... e- T II' i 11 nt Tuesday; Jim Gill, rape, Monday; lne court house door in Savannah, Tenn., Larimoro Odencal charged with IDUrder, Wednesday; ThOUiaS outcry for 1-3 cash and balance on a credit oKKnnlt with ran pt twelve months a tract ot land beioenine assauii. wuu ,iiu, , . . , i,,rr,nn ., . old 7th district of tiardm county Tenn, A. A. Watson Clerk. VJDanuier, -uui., .ouik n 1 l,u ( u 1 1 tc the estate ol Jamas A. Harrison Monday; Toney and llobt. Jones ing about 155 acres, ;iying in the and Will Irons, assault with in tent to commit murder, Monday. Tbo grand jnrora nro S. P. Barlow, foreman, lloso btansei, Dave Higging, Ben Austin, J. II. Sweeny, Dal Moore, L. W. Blank enship, J. W. Rowsey, Dan Willis O.O. Strawn, II. O. McOanless, W. R. Spender, O. M. Hughes. Nonresident Notice. A. N. Blount vs. Lone Knight Lu.nber Co. In this cause it appearing from affidavit that defendent, Lone Knight Lumber Com pany, is a Non Resident of the State of Ten nessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be be served on him .and that the property of said defendent has been attached it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Savannah. Courier, a news pa V Tho trial jurors are W. P. Story per published in Savannah, Tenn, for four JaS. Griffin, G. A. McOasland, T. Lone Knight Lumber Company to appear W A Mndtlnr jnoK at the court house in .Savannah on the 31 J. Moore, Tacker, J. B. Harrison, Dickson, "Tom Foust, Lynum . J. Z. George day of October iqoo and make defense to said cause or the same will be prnccded with cxpartc. This September 24 1900. .JOHN 1. UARUIN . T. Land Sale. Tho Treatment of Cage Birds. Wo all love birds, but few know how to care for them prop erly. Every one owning a bird will therefore be interested in a book containing over 150 eugrav intra aud a lithographic plate showing all the different kinds of wunty Tennossoe fancy canaries in their natural colors, it gives full information in regard to song and fancy cana riea and how to breed them for nrofit. Hints ou the breeding of all k'nd3 of etige Itirds, withe do Bcription of thei diseases and the remedies needed to cure them All about parrots and how to teach them to talk. Instruction for building and stocking an aviary. The most complete book of the kind ever published, irre spective of price Mailed to any address ou receipt of 15c. by the Jane W. A. Hardin etalsvs Martha Crittenden etals. . Bv virtue of an ordor of tlio County Court in the above stated case I will on Saturday October Gtli 1900 proceod to sell at the court house door in Sa vannah Tennessee at public outcry for 1-3 cash balance on a credit of twelve months, a largo tract of land belong ing to the estate of James A. Harris on, containing about ioa at ren lying m the olu 7tn civil district or liaruin A more particu lar description can be seen at this office. Purchasers noto with sccurl ty required for defercd payment and a lien will bo retained until tho purchase money is paid. This Sept. 10, 1900. A. A. WATSON Clerk. Nonresident Notice. Eli CuddIcs vs. J. B. Dodds. In Chancery Court at Savauuali Tennessee. Iu this cause tho death of J. Li Dodds was suggested and proven at the November term 1899 and on the 1st of September 1900 an affidavit was made by the complainantaud filled in the court setting forth the name and residence of his widow, JUlon JJoaus, a resident of Madison oounty iennes seo and the names of his two children Charley Dodds and Richard Dodds Jackets I Capes & SB m It llavo just come. Come lirst ;uul et ilrst choice. Yes! we have Jnkctsfor the little folks We received 25 Wilson air tight hea- tors, known as the best Stove made, jp No tronblo to keep lire for hours, and H consumes less fuel than any other y Stove made m m Lots of New Furniture Seven dozen new Brooms Come and jct one for 15cts. The people) have found where to get 8 N cheap and good Shoes and how the'y m m are carrying them out is no joke noes DCBnnn mis Mark are Dest 10 wear. I Big stock of Now Goods m m Uespctfully, D. J. HUGHES GROCERIES "Associated fanciers, "4UU r. ot., B Dodds iett other heir whoso Philadelphia, l'a. D. O. Turrentino again last week. was with us Feelings of safety prevado the i,i,rtiH timt. nses One Minute UVUDCUViu v . , nnrrh fliirfi. the only haruilcs remedy that produces immediate ,.., t. It is infallible for coughs y.lnn nPAII IV ail d all throat and Innir troubles. It will preven consumption. J. K. Barlow. Oapt. and Mrs. J. W. Irwin left here Monday for a months visit to M cMinn ville. Tho Captain will attend the - meeting of the grand lodge ofA.U.VV . at Nash ville. a reunion of Confederate Veterans and the annual confer. encoofthoM.E. Church, South, Ot McMiunvillo while out. Clerk Freeman has laid a board floor in his office at the court house. If you want a good, reliable Watch, guaranteed, go to Bar low's for it. II. A. Foster of Covin gtou, Mo. is here tnis week visiting his old home. Mrs. Edgar Cherry went to Nashville Monday. The severul boilers. Cummins remained here hours Monday cleaning Mastie Mixed Paint the vei y best at Harlow's- W. II. Fisher of Saltillo ouo of our eallers Mouday. was CORRESPONDSNCK Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker visit ed their daughter, Mrs. Ed De- Ford at Olive Ilill last week. Iiluford, ;iitlle son of G. M. Bivuis fell out of a wagon while going to the field and broke his right arm just above the wrist. Baiuie Tacker is very low with slow Jftjver. Esq. M. P. Fraley was able to be out last Friday. Charles- Conch left for Texas last week, Frof. Gammill has gone to Sulphur Springs Texas. He will make that place his future home. Mrs. V. D. llagy is at home after a mouth's visit in McNairy cauuty. names aud residence complainant does not know and cannot ascertain al though he has made diligent enquiry. Baid. atuuavit also states tuat com- nlaiuant does not know the residence of Charley Dodds and Richard Dodds and has not been able to ascertain al to is all about first-claSS grocer- though ho has made diligent enquiry Big Tall There is big talk in town and a Lrl Wo make a specialty of groceries and handle tho following articles which nro of superior quality. Try them. Crown Roast Coffee Buffalo 3-lb package Rico Palmetto canned Peaches and Pears Ilinzes Key Stone Preserves Hinzes pure Apple Cider Vinegar Walter Baker's Chocolate aud Coco Royal Seal canned Rolled Oats Ross Bros, "Favorito" Flour Tho above articles never fail to please. We will in a few days receive our canned goods for tho fall and winter trade, which will bo the most complete lino ever brought to Sa vannah. Thankiug the public for past favors aud soliciting future business, we are, Very Truly ROSS BROS. & CO. UNDERTAKING 13. I?. ODENEAL, who hasastock of undertakers goods iu the Williams Block, is prepared to fill orders for both Caskets and Coffins, of all grades, on short notice. His prices aro low, as you will find on examination. B. P. ODENEAL R. B. GUINN jp" ar3 0 ill If" THE UP-TO-DATE ..LIVERYMAN... Savannah, Tennessee Is prepared to serve the public willi nice Higs, good Tennis and exper i e n c e d rivers TURNOUTS TO MEET ALL BOATS, DAY OH NIGHT I also have a nice lino of Buggies of different makes and prices, Iresh from tho market, for sale. Public patronage solicited. pianos Ps Di CARR & CO CX.'.'HW'' , ORGANS Said suit was brought to recover from J. B. Dodds certain lands lying in the old 12th civil district of Hardin county Tennessee, being the lands conveyed by J. li. Dodds wife to G. W. Har rison on tlio 2iith day of December 18U3. Upon motion of complainant for a scirefacias and for publication. It is ordered that publication of those facta be made, a that they may be known to tho heirs of J. B. Dodd. whose residences are not known and those whose names and residences aro . i i Ti ...!..... i i ... ,. inn 3 i not Kliuwli. ll lo iuriut;i UlUUIt'U unit, All Kllias Oi Vdimy canuy auu sai(1 ueirg ftppoar before tho Chancel- Clgai'S. lor of the Uliancery court at tne next Don't fail to tret a rackatre Ot term tho 4tU Monday trum and hear a good tune on ies just received At Shull's 5 gal keg 90c, all fresh. Sorghum 40c a gal. A few barrels ot unio river salt for $1.90 Ot bottles pickles 10c. First trrada coffee 8 lbs $1.00 ' Best fire proof oil 15c gallon. tho graphaphone, all for 5c. L. E. Shull's is tho place. 4t McGee's Female Tonic and Combined Treatment Something new. For weak, delicate women. A tablet for local use la con noction with Toalo. Price $1,00. For sale by J. K. Barlow m November next at the court house at Havannali Tonnesseo and show cause if any they have, v hy this suit should not be re vived against thein as heirs of J. B. Dodds deceased. It is further ordered that this notice bo published for four successive weeks in tho Savannah Courier. This 1st Monday in Sep tember 1900. D. A. WELCH C. & M. . No more t0ub!2 wKh t'103 bills. Drown's Blue Rlbboa School Shoe Royal Krell Werber Stuynesant and Others PIANOS Finest Line in the South PIANOS. are exclusive representatives for the largest three factories in America, and are selling PIANOS and ORGANS at very low prices, for cash, or on easy payments. Special inducements to Churches and Schools on the Word-famed ESTEY ORGANS. Write us,' and we will save you money. Full Description, Catalogue, Prices, and Terms cheerfully sent on application. Miss Sarah Rowsey, of Hurley, Tenn., is our authorized representative. Estcy Farrand and Yctey ORGANS Best made on earth PJ.fi ARR 4 GOE0 No. 2IO N. Summer St. Nashville, Tenn.