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FRIDAY, OCT. 2C, 1900. James Williams INSURANCE AGENGY, A new remedy for biliousness in now on enle at J. K. Barlow's drug store. It is called Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. It Rives quick relief nud will pre vent tbe attact if given as soon ns tho indication of the disease appears. Price, 25 cents per hot Sample free. Established 1888 C. W. WILLIAMS, MANAGER, Telephone 43-2 75 150! Tho jury in the' case of the State against Lniiiuore Odeneal found him guilty of murder in the Savannah, Tenn. 80cond degree and placed his puuiomiieuu hi uutuu juiub in mu penitentiary. On an application tor ft new trial the court held that the verdict was not in ac cordance with the law and evi dence and gave the defeudent a new trial, fixing his bond at one thousand dollars, which was made. Real Estate ACRES of good river bottom land tor rent lor next year. Call on W. E. McDougal. kACRE tract on tho Savannh and 1 lorcnee road. Two dwellings, two wells, store and warehouse, nhvsician's ofllce. barn and stables. two orchards, 75 acres in cultivation and enough timber to keep up tho fen ces. A splendid location for either a physician or merchant. Price $1,500 and worth twico tho amount. Telephone 43 for groceries. Torturing skin eruptions, burns and sores are soothed at once and promptly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the best known cure for piles. Beware of worthless counterfeits. J. K. Barlow. Charlie Doran has a Child. New Dress Goods just receiv cd at lloss Bros. & Co. Relibable Gold Rings at Bar low's. Next Sunday evening at 6:15 there will be a meeting ut the very sick Methodist church in the interest of Sunday-school work. Short papers will be read followed by discussions. The program will bo interspersed with music. All wishlug the work well will come out. L. F. DeFord his handsome has moved into new residence. Prescriptions filled with the best and purest drags at Barlow's. When yon have no appetite, do not relish your food and feel dull after eating you may know thitt you need a dose of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Sample free at J. K. Barlow's drug store. The best 5c cigar in town, two for a nlcklc at Meredith's. Carter Bros, had a horse utolen from tho Parsonage stable Sat urday night. A. J. McClaron ot Lowryville was here Saturday looking after some business. The best brands of flour, guar anteed to give satisfaction to he found at Meredith's. Dr. J. II. Tadfield and family moved Thursday Into the L. F. DeFord late residence on East Main. Highest prices for produce, paid in trade at lowest prices. This is done at Meredith's. Arthur Buchanan one of the clerks ou the Cummins is here settling np the Edgar Cherry's old bnsiness. Attorney 1). A. McDongal and E. W. Ross accompauied Judge Holding to Ilohenwald where court wus held this week. E. C. Stablinan,nevs gather for the Jsashville Banuer and one of its principal owners, was here Saturday in the interest of the paper. Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure Constipation Indigestion, Sick headache and Stomach tronble for sale J. K. Barlow. Lee Smith has just had a roof put on his West End dnnce. Pure drugs, Patent Medi cines, Stationery, &c, at Barlow's. Ed DeFord of Olive Hill was in new i town Monuay ana liad tne nrst resi- joint of his third finger on the right hand amputated, 'lne anger was badly mashed a few days ago and would not heal. Drs. Hardin and Walker perform ed the operation. lion. Johu E. McOall is adver tised for a speech here ou Nov. 2. Shoes. Bhoeo. Try Star Brand at Kobs Bros. & Co. Edgar Cherry went to Franklin to enter school. We have just received fresh lots of Boiled Oats, Shred Coco nut, Best jar Jellies Macaroui, Pitted Cherries and all kinds of can goods, Pickles, Syrups, Can dies etc. Hardin & Hamilton. Thouo 43. O. 8. Dickey and wife am! ba- bv of Ssltillo were in Sava nnah Tuesday, ' Federal Court met at Jackson Monday. Amoug those who at tended from here J. M. Barnhill Lon Story aud O. O. Broyles. Mastie Mixed Paint best at Barlow's- Rev. J. J. Stowe for McMinnville to ference. This is the season when moth the very ers ore alarmed on account of croup. It is quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure, which child ren lovo to take. J. K. Barlow. left Monday attend Con Messrs. Worlcy and McDuffy who have the contract for the brick work on tbe school building will complete it this week. They are doing splendid work. If vou want the best possible value foryour money buy "Star Brand Shoes" of Boss Bros. & Co. DruKCist Morgan of Crawfords Ta KfnnWl Raw nc Ma- nil e. Ind.. says: Dr. (Jaklwoirs A m V Ili.Mi1vm' r-w" M ' - chine is the best and lightest Syrup Pepsin is a medicine I can runninsr. At Barlow's. Mrs. John A. Pitts arrived here Wednesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Williams. recommend as it does just what vou claim. It is the best laxative I ever saw Sold byJ.it. liar low. Tbe Ptenmer Cliarlston under tho management of J. A. Couch will enter the Paducah and Ham burg trade, leaving Paducah on next Tuesday the 30th, making weekly trips. Dr. L. E. Covey will preach at the Methodist church at 11 a. m. next Sunday. The Doctor is well known hero as a good Bpeaker and a nno reasoner. lie will have a full house The best method of cleansing tho liver is the use of tho famous little nilla known as DeWitt's lit tle Earlv Risers. Easv to take. Never gripe. J. K. Barlow. Feelings of safety prevado the household that uses One Minute Cough cure, the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It is infallible for coughs colus, croup, aud all throat aud lung troubles. It will prevent consumption. J. K. Barlow. A. circular from S. B. Williams & Co., Nashville, Tenn,, announc es the fact that the price of "Echoes" containing Gov. Robert L. Taylor's lectures, speeches, stories and songs has been reduc cd from $1.00 for the cloth edition to 50 cents aud the paper from 50 cents to 25 cents. This book should be in the home or every Tennessean. Walker High School. The next term of Walker's High School will begiu Oct. 29, 1000. Board and tuition lower than any other boardiug school in Ilai'dui or adjoining, counties. II. P. Walkeb, a, M.f Principal. You know what you are' taking When you take Grove's Taste less Chill Tonic because the form ula is plaiuly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure uo pay. Fall Millinery. Miss Jessie Archer has arrived and is opening up a large stock of Millinery Goods. Sho will have her trimmed hats on exhibition tho last of this week. Stops the Cough and works oiF tho Cold Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tab lets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Jas. Quails sends the Courier to his father. Owen Quails at Mc Loud, Okla. Tho best prescription lor malaria Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form, No cure uo pay. Price 50c. O. W. Williams was in Clifton a part of this week. Summer Dress Goods, Ladies and Misses Slippers and Mens Summer Clothing at cost. D. A.& T. J. WELCH. J. 1). Martin who was slightly hurt from a fall last week is bet ter. A. Famous Painting- May be . worth millions or a big pumpkin may tako the first premium, but Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin brings more joy every day as it becomes better known and more generally used for coustipatiou, indigestion sick headache aud stomach tronble. Get it at J. K. Barlows. "Barney Tackcr and Leander Proctor who have beeu down with slow fever for several weeks are improving. Rev. Larlard is the new preach er for We6ley Chapel for this year. i. -v. Faulkner was sent to Sardi . John Fraley is tho last happv man becuuso it is a girl. Mrs. Katie Vandivcr, daughter of Rev. J. M. Milam, died on the 12th of Blow fever and her uitlns were laid to reRt in Bethel grave yfcrd, Dr. L Covey officiating. Col. Gairard has been on sick lis for some time. On last Sunday a young man paid his best girl a visit, chug full of redeye, while- sitting in her nicely arranged parlor his dram turned on him and he filled the room with the perfume of a drunkards vomit. Whou he could travel the young lady told him to bid her good bye forever as sho did not want to see him re-the the any more. Toxson. CORRESPONDENCE II. C. Thompson, our predeces sor, will In a few weeks Btart a paper at Centreville, home, his old For sprains, swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Uhamueriaiu's ram mum. For sale by J. K. Barlow. i. Gus Whitlow has sold his two farms on Indian creek; one to Jim Ronthers. the other to Eli Cupples. Mrs. Johnson, wife of John Jnhnunn of Hollands creek died suddenly last Saturday of conjee- tiou of the stomach. Carroll Tackor and wife were baptized at Rock IIouso Sunday by Rev. Cayce, of the l'ree win Baptist church. Johu Smith was found dead in an out bouse , near his residence one mile from Ccrro Gordo last Saturday morning. Dr. Walker who examined tbe case says death was caused from an overdose of whisky. Mr, Smith was left in tho house drunk bv one of his neighbors the night before. Mrs. Smith who knew of his where abouts said he had been drunk before and could tako care of himself. . Wilmer Kennedy, who has a nosition on the Eagle at Oxford, MisR.. was here Saturday and Similar vlslmnc his friend J. R Carringtou. Tf von waut a heating stove dnn'tforirct the tin shop where vou can eet them for from $1.75 up, G. H. Russell, the tinner, them in stock all tne time. Mrs. J. S. Irwin arrived home Wednesday after an absence of a week visiting her son J. O. Irwin at Halls. SamWeller of Cerro Gordo is the proud father of a fine girl. Mrs. Weller is mute sick witn pneumonia. B. P. Odneal is nutting up new Dorches and doing some other repairs on tho Street residence. has No other pills can equal De Witt's Little Early Risers for promptness and efficiency. J. K, Barlow. It is well to know that De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will hnal a burn and stop the paiu at once. It will cure eczema and kln diseases and ugly wounds and sores. Counterfeits may be offered von. See that you get i thA nrifTiunl DeWitt's Witcb. Hazel Salve. J. K. Barlow. nnntt left six men in jail when u ftrtimirned Saturday. Fred and .Hm Fnater on a charge of mur der, Charlie Sea for larceny, A. O. South for giving mortgage on property that did not belong to him. Jim McOlain and Johu Baily both colored, for Ipistol" carrying. Ben Garrard and Billie Wilson sold ten mules to Dir. Davis ot Pulaski for $1,000. Sibley. After a prolonged silence your correspondent again grasps the 6omewhat neglected pen from which flows greetings to our new editors, humblo indeed, but nev er the lc68 cordially sincere, aud wish for them a pleasant and suc cessful refuge from the storms of life within their sanctum. Prayer meetings are lu'ld at Antioch Wednesday nights and at Prospect Sunday nights. E. J. Carter is back from Jack son on a short stay. J. E. Spencer spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spencer. " Mrs. John Joyce has typhoid fever. Bible dav at Prospect 3rd Sun day in November. All invited to attend. T. G. Jjaxwell killed an eagle recently, measuring G feet from tip to tip of wings. Prof. Holland will teach the winter school at Witts Chapel. B. Garey will move near Sardis and K. K. JUarsuail will occupy his residence. M. M. Always Make Lovo To your wife. Remember she is just as sweet and dainty now an when you used to hold her hand in yours and look into her eyes and tell sho was your only love, your hearts delight. Half the distress that makes so irrit able comes from indigestion. Yon can cure it by taking Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is guaranteed by J. K. Barlow. Dr. Mitchell of Selmer is visit ing our townsman John' W. Turner. If vou want a irood, reliable Watch, guaranteed, go to Bar low's tor it. A. A. Watson wont to Ilohen wald Sunday on business. Ladies and Misses Capes Jackets at Ross Bros. & Co. and If vou want tho on wheel, buy tho best wagon Studcbakcr- Do not get scared if your heart , . . . Alnct I iter run l"" trouoies yuu. ''va" ' J,rJ, . mft'orifrnm indigestion, ltodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you .eat and gives the worn out stom ach perfect rest. It ia tho only preparation known that complete ly digests all classes of food; that ii h if Mima the worst cases t inculpation and stomach tronbles after every thing else has r.nA i intiv be taken in all i.;a ami cannot help but Escar G. Thompson is on working on a paper Dix- that Edgar Carter came home - from Florence, Ala., Wednesday. Ralston's Breakfast , Food, Hardin fi Hamilton. W. A. Cnpples of Ilr.rdin was , .f i . in bavauuan jiionuuy. It happened in a Drug Store. "One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that 1 did not have in 8tock,"sa.v8 Mr. C. R. Grandin of Ontario, N. Y. "She was disappointed aud wanled to know what caugh preparation I could recommend. I said to her that I could freely recomend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and that sho could take a bottle of tho remedy aud after giving it a tair trial it she did not tiud it worth the money to bring hack tbe bottle aud I would re iunu tuo price paid, in a day or two the lady came back in coinp any with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy Chamberlin's Cough Remedy. I consider that a very good recommendation for it." The remedy owes its great popti Unity and extensive Bale to the personal recommendations o f people who have . been cured by its nse. It ia for Bale by J. K. Barlow. Cerro Gordo. Health is much better. J. N. White is getting well. Mrs. J, T. White in still quite unwell. Miss Sue Gamer is back from her visit to her brother, James Garner, and sister, Mrs. Merry man. She is much pleased with Texas and Oklahoma, and thiuks the Territory is the finest country iu the world. She would like to make it her fatnre home if her brother John Garner would sell out and move his family. I think some bachelor or nice widower with a small family who wauted to move out there might do well to call at Cerro Gordo if he wanted a good woman to ltako with him. Mrs. Hcttio white is back at her home in Sardis. She and her children spent tho summer with her brother, Harvy Dickey iu Western Missouri. Miss Sinio White is visiting in Clifton. J. M. White is rounding up his cattle. Frank McMaban and sister Miss Ada, seem quite well pleas ed with Texas. Mr. Perry McConnell and Miss Josio Shelby were married Oct. 10th, by Rev. J. T. White. fennessoe Synod meets at Jackson, Tenn. Oct. 31st. Sever al parties are expected to attend, among them Rev. . J. White and daughter, Miss Sinie, Rev. J. It. Alexander and Eld. Riley Patter sou of Olive Hill, Rev. Craig aud U. W. Rose, Geo. Farris and Joe Goodwin, Free entertainment will be given and railroads give reduced rates. Quite a number of Notables will be there, amonng then II. M. Stoadley Illinois and Western Rates Reduced. Greatly reduced one-way aud round trip second class rates will be in effect from Chicago via Wisconsin Central Railway, to points in Minnesota, North De kota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and British Colum bia each Tuesday during October and November. For detailed information in quire of nearest ticket agent, or aAIresn, Jan. C. Pond, Geu'l P;h. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. .1. ' iV ..- I told you that I had tho ntffii cy for tiio lhowu lioo Co. lino of Shoos and that 1 expected a bi,? Shoe trade this full and here ia how they are moving out: We sold in twelve days over 400 pairs and over iffiOO in val ue and still the rush comes. , , r i-vinr.' TX'C'l & ' iocs are and trade winners. New Clothing the move. The of Clothing in town. and Overcoats are on Best and Pretties line A big line of Hats and Caps A large room crowded with FURNITURE Capes and Jackets I More new Dress Goods m m w m m Yours to serve, D. J. HUGHES GROCERIES Miss Frances Magee, Field agent of Woman? Roaad of Missions and some of the returned Chinese Missionaries who are waiting for ouietiu Cliinn to return to their work. Observer. Call 'Phone lyour wants. They 6npply No nic trouble with r.Iice UiU Brown's Blue Ribbon School Shoe, Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeFord vihit ed Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raker for a few days. Lum Gamniill and tamily start ed for Arkansas last Sunday. A. S. Milfcrd and family and Dick Uflsley started for Texas last Wednesday. 13. A. Roberts and family and Etlle Austin will ba off fcr Oklahoma in about two weeks. Mrs. J. A. O. (iummiil is very eictc. Wo make a specialty of groceries aud handle the following articles which aro of " superior quality. Try them. Crown Iloast Coffee Buffalo 3-1 b package Kice Palmetto canned Peaches and Pears Ilinzes Key Stone Preserves llinzes puro Apple Cider Vinegar Walter Baker's Chocolate and Coco Poyal Seal canned Rolled Oats Eoss Bros, "Favorite" Flour Tho above articles never fail to please. Wo will iu a few days receive our canned goods for the fall aud winter trade, which will be the most complete line ever brought to Sa vannah- Thanking the public for past favors and soliciting futuro business, we are, Very Truly ROSS BROS. & CO. Another Expansion. It will be of interest to the readers of the Courier who use McElree's Wine of Cardni in their homes to know that the sale of this remedy has bo in creased duriug tho past year, that the manufacturers have again had to increase their capac ity by the addition of another large building. It has often been said that an article that finds favor with the ladies is sure to achieve great success. Xo more striking example of thts could be found than in the historv of Wine of Cardni. From thousands of ladies' letters received by the manufacturers, tne following are selected: From Mrs. Mary Pankowski, 33 Rose Street, Chicago, 111. I have taken a bottle of Wine of Cardni and feel much better than when I wrote you. I did not have any pains at my last monthly period. From Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Kalamazoo, Mich. I suffered from what was sup posed to be tntiior of tho womb but I have taken live bottles ot Wine of Cardui and am almost cured. From Mrs. J. L. Todd, Stalvey S. C. I do not think 1 would havo been alivo if I had not taken Wine of Cardui. Wo desired a child very much, and I now have a baby seven months old. From Mrs. W. S. Harris, 715 Walker Street, Kansas City, Kans.' I have tryed Wine of Cardui and fouud it to be the gieatest medicine on earth for female troubles. UNDERTAKING B. r. ODENLJAL, who haaastoclt of undertakers goods in the Williams Block, is prepared to till orders for both Caskets aud Coffins, of all grades, on short j notice. His prices are lor, as you will find on examination. B. P. ODENEAL Courier PIANOS GARB & GO. ORGANS are exclusive representatives for the largest three factories in America, and are selling PIANOS and ORGANS at very low prices, for cash, Stuynesant or on easy payments. Special inducements to Churches and Schools on the Word-famed ESTEY ORGANS. Write us, and we will save you money. Eull Description, Catalogue. Finest Prices, and Terms cheerfully sent on application. Miss Sarah Rowsey, of Hurley, Tenn., is our authorized representative. Royal Krcll Werber and Others PIANOS Line in the South Estey Farrand and Yotey ORGANS Best made on earth P 0. P.ARR & M PIANOS, ORGANS No. 2I0iN.$Summer StNashvilleTenn.'! i- v 7p iBoiiite mm Mm. I rr ' t-W . C A . 1 VVcw.oJL XcJjdfcLc J Southern Normal School '-. from. S2PA2ATE SCHOOLS UNDEE OXS KOAOEMENT.. Ono Thousand Students Will bs in Daily Attendance During tho Coming Year. I'M CNDREDS of tho lwidlnrrRonMSTiWAT. ana jsnnmssn wbh m ine country tru graduate or these Institution. Th foiiowin.'r conwn, re taught: lTlmnry, Bnnllfih, TVaehPrs', lrpnnratnr, Scicntillc, Clnssln, Klooiitlon lind Oratory, Vocal Muln, Instrumnntal Music, vlll have the nrlvllf K& of entering theHoDTHHBS Koumal School and purmilnRany Utnrarr timnch or lirnrwhen taught without extra charges. We lve two month.' tuition free wuh, every nvo mnninr grhoianmip Ix.iaoU ly tue Bowling Green EuslneM College, IT. IT. CTTKHRY, Onemt Kanwrfr. , , Brwujm tinrKv.Kt1. The magnificent new building will he ready for occupancy by the lint t Septemher, 1000. rO-UoBufonnil mention cvrJ wantefl when you vrlto. lainlicuercc. A'idreH do you good. J. K. Barlow.