COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1893.
PbWUW lv the Herald Publishing To.
One year, in advance 1.00
Una year, out if the county l.'J5
Advertising rutes made
known oa appli-
Entered hi (lie post-office at Columbia,
Tenu., as second class mail matter.
A cream of tartar baking powder,
Highest of ail in leavening streuinh,
Latest United States Government Food
Royal Baking Powpkr Co.
oct7 ly Wall St., N. Y.
Heal Estate ani Insurance Aients.
Property bought and sold, farms rented,
City bonnes rented and rents collected.
Insurance placed In the best coinpanteg at
the lowest possible rate.
We solicit your farm and city property to
HERE WE AUE AT THE "OL RELIA
BLE," On he corner of South Main Street and Pub
lic Square, with an entirely new and fresh
Drags, Clicniirals, Druggists Sundries, Etc,
And will do our bent t wait on all our cus
torn era promptly and faithfully.
Prescriptions tilled with care at all hours,
day or night.
J. A. TITCOMB.
H. B. Titcomb will bo found here here
after by all his old friend and former custo
merit feblf) ly
CarpsiN, fail Paper and Curtains.
Lamest, best and cheapest stock in the
'South. The only house In tini city that
deals exclusively in the above goods. Or
ders promptly attended to. Samples of
Wall paper scut by mall.
itEXSON & CO.,
2H9-211 N. bummer St., Nashville, Tenn
Jan 13 3tu
I'nis anil Vases.- .
421 Uuion Street, Nashville, Tenn.
Manufacturers ot and Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY.
And all kinds ot feed for the cow and
fOSpecial prices to merchants.
Oflice and warerooiuo South, at cor
ner square. Telephone' No. J. Bep.iU ly.
heagaint & oo.,
(An old reliable firm lu a new)
house and with a fresto and,
'Lqw stock of '
GR O CERIES.
I Prices as low the lowest of )
jour competitors. Uive us a call,
'at No. M ' '
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Al! orders In the city delivered promptly.
Jan20 4 m
W. M. BIDULE,
Office, Garden Htreet, between RlxUi a-id
Seventh. Oltlce hours: 8 to HI 8 to 4.
WATCHMAKER ni MELIR
And Dealer la
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
Fine watch and Jewelry repairing a special-
Bet hull Block. Columbia, Tenn.
ESTABLISH ED 1!1.
fCMiBS AM, COlXTltV
Write us at once.
COHNELLj GREEN & CO,,
207, m and 'Jll Hummer Street,
Tl3 Lsaiini Dry Groofls Houss
IN THE STATE.
l)re ioods, Silks, KoKiery, Notioul,
When yon (onie
Naaln ille drop In and
On lt Sunday moruimz and Sun-
day evening Nastiville experienced
two of i lie largest and most disu-trotis
fues ever kuowii iu its historv.
Tlie lirst lire begsu about 12:30 Sun
day looming m the store of Sul
l lauklaud ic Co., on College street.
from which it extended to the houses
occupied by J J. Full & Co., and
11 r.-chberg Bros.. aud still others
adjacent The greatest loss wa sus-
luniKl liyj. li. Fall & Co.. about
sflH-i.lXH). Thia with the loss sus
tained by the oilier firms and tlie
io?s on ihe buikliues in the two
fires made a total ol : iUS4.500 The
second' lire broke out in the Banner
printing otlice on Church street,
at o'clock Sunday evening and was
supposed to be tlie work of au luceu
diaiy. The principal damage was
done to tne Bauur oltice uud the
building occupied by It, though the
Athletic Club Bustalned a Jose ol
probably 15,000, aud the occupants
of the upper stories of Baxter Court
a'ao sullered some damage, as w ell as
tii e building.
A half-witted convict in the Peni
tentiary at Nashville; named Jim
Brittou from Beutou County, in au
etfort to escape from the prison se
verely cut two of the ' guards named
Aruold aud Williams, last Sunday.
Brlttou is In for life, for wife mur
der.. The Warden concluded that he
had become insane.. , ' ,
A strong sentiment is feeing tie
veiopeu n lUunreesDoro to build a
cotton mill there. The purpose is to
work up the cotton raised in Iluther
ford County, which it is said, is
enough to run a $100,000 mill.
The Milan Exchange says: "Our
Oiermau friends near town are mak
lug some of the prettiest and sweet
est bacon we have teen iu. a loug
time. It retails readily at 11 cents
per pound. lustead ot selling their
uogs they are buying aud packing
uere, tuua making aud keeping thei
uiouey at home. Others uifgbt profit
by this example." Why not Maury
Uouuty too ;
The Tennessee Legislature has
taken a recess tor thirty days.
Inst week a negro named 1'teld as
sulted a white lady, M8. Whie
liviug near Collierville.' iu Shelly
County. He was soon caught aud on
oeiug ldeutined by JMre. White was
Like the mists of a new day,5 the
forebodings which have hovered
over Fact Tennessee, are giving
away to tlie bright light of properit
aud possibilities ot the new year,
Take your place iu the vanguard of
the hosts that are preparing to move,
Ivockwood '1 Imes.
Sam Joues is preaching in Mem
phis aud seems to iut iu his whoie
time abusing tlie town aud the peo
pie. lie cails them all "low down,
lrotu the Judge and Grand Jury
down. Jiut. wholesale abuse seems
nave a desirable ell'ect, as he ha
started a vigoious revival.
A Clarksville correspondent of the
Memphis rscimetar tells a htt'.iiif;i
story of a double burial at the litue
towu of Kock 1 lnd, Tenu. A lady
whose only sou went into die army
when quite a boy and was killed,
had pie-erved his body in au an
tittit c iliu er siuce Uie war, iu
order that s.ie niiiLit be buried iu the
aiue t;rtv wi'h him. iHtiiiif ail
thc-e years slw kept the coiliu in tiie
Douse until i he l'iiy dried u; into a
mummy, t-ne went Into tu- J'o nn
every dy and took a look ihrough
(he glass doiH of t tie oolMu. When
s!ie linuliy died, they were baried
Itch, mang) and scratches of every
kind, ou 'human or aniuujils, cured in
30 miuuiee by Woollord's Sanitary
Loljou. ThiB never fails. Sold by A.
H. Kama, druggist. . may6 ly.
Husband: Hut I don't want to
quit chewing tobacco. Wifer lgave
up my weeda lor you, ana l imuK
you may do the same
for me. Kato
Dr. Hale's Household Ointment
Is the finest remedy iu the world. It
absolutely cures catarrh. It cures
neuralgia aud rhuuiatisiu. Cures piles
tike magic. Cures salt rheum in the
most soothing manner. Curee in
flamed aud granulated eyelids. Cures
coughs and colds. Can be taken in
ternally. A positive specific for pneu
monia, cuts, bruises, burnH,chilblains,
Bores of loug staudiug, corns and bun
ions are cured quicKly ; diWerent from
all else; superior to all else; it has no
equal; 25 and 60c. boxps. Large size
cheapest. Bold by A. B. Raius, drug
Tke "Dixie Flyer" through Bleep
ing or line from Nashville to Jack
souvile, Fla., via Chatlauooga, Look
out' Mountain, 'Battle Above the
Clouds' Keutifcgaw Mountain, Atlan
ta, ttacou, and Lake City witliotii
change, tkB up immediate counc
tlou in UuYtu llepot, Nashville,
every moruiiic'of trtiius leaving 8t.
Louis, Kvansvlie, ChuQiunati, Louis
ville, Uulon City, Martin, and Mem
phis at night. Quick-Step" through
sleepiug car leaves 8t. Louis in the
moruiug, fcasbville ftiOo p m., con
nects at Atlan with sleeping ear for
Jacksonville ind Tampa, via Macon,
Lakt City, ni Florid Central aud
Peninsular lU.lroad This Hue given
daylight rtdetiuough the' picturesque
mountains al historic battlefields of
Teuuessee aid Gorgia. Bleeping car
berths can m engaged through in
advaoce. . Kcutsiou tickets are now
on sale by tli route to all principal
South Georgia And Florid winter
resorts. Father information on
application j coupon ticket offices,
or to V. K Jacley, General Tasenger
nd Ticket Agent, NaBuville, Tenn,
dec 16 tl i tf)
31 A UK Y COUNTY NEWS,
Gathered by Our Faithful torus
Caktkr's ( hkek, Feb. 1-. Ieath is
alwas had, and doubly when it
steals into a home and robs it ol'itsorily
pet, us nrsl tioru. hucli was the case
on last Tuesday morn, when the pure,
sweet spirit ot little l.lara JStegall
wiuneil us lliglit iroiii earth to heaven.
We Know her parents hearts are al
most ei ushed under the weight of sor
row, but Ue.iven seems so much nearer
iii-e luile Clara has trone there. It
will not be lung, a few more lloet.ing
,'ea.i's ana you will cross the "silent
river' there to meet your darling babe.
What a blessed thought; there a no
more parting there, no sicknesi nor dy
ing. It is hard lor you to uive up your
little treasure; she was such a comlort
to you. Hut remember the precious
words of our dear Savior, "Of such is
the kingdom of Heaven." That is a
link to bind you to the upper world, and
may you so live that when your time
comes you can meet sweet Clara over
mere, lue many menus ot the be
reaved oues extend them their deepest
ympatuy lu this hour ot sore distress.
Brother Will Auderson will preach
at Iieech Grove every third Sunday,
Misses uiive foster and Mnanna
Locbridtre attended church at Dark's
Aire, j oo f oster ana son, .mck, are
on the sick list, also Mr. Jeo. Mahon.
The tanners are making preparations
to plant Irish potatoes as soon as the
ground Rets dry enough. There will be
a great many planted in this neighbor
hood 1 1 almost every farmer expects to
pi tnt a few acres. 1
Air. John li amnion, tne champion
watermelon raiser, has rented six
acres of new ground from Mr. Ned
Davis Which he intends putting in
Knox Polk, of Nashville, is spending
a few weeks with the "dear ones" at
Leslie Davis came borne with Minnie
Loo and Henry Davis, Saturday aud
remained until Monday.
Thank you, "Rippling Waves' lor
yoffr hearty welcome aud will be glad
to give the news iroin this place as
often as convenient. Anoie.
How to Cure All Skin Diseases.
Simply apply '"Swayne's Ointment."
No internal medicine required.' Cures
tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptlousou the
face, hands, nose, etc., leaving the skin
clesr, white and healthy. Its great cu
rative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist lor'Swayne's
Ointment. oct7 cm
Fkikrso.v, Jan. 11. This week pre.
scuts no social topic for me to dwell up
on, so I will bave to write upou a legal
one. The lawsuit between Davidson,
Napier and Duke, was tried before
K-q. Geo. N. McKeunou, Saturday, at
V. M. Grey's store. This suit was quite
a complicated one. Duke first sueu Dr.
Davidson tor damage done his aud
Napier's crop by stock, on account of
bad fencing, which according to his
testimony the doctor proposed to mku
good. Davidson then sued Napier for
balance due on reuu Southall and
I'adgHt were tho attorney's, the former
fur Duke aud the latter for Davidson.
It apiwarcd to be a jollification rather
than a lawsuit, for the house was
crowded witli jollv spectators and the
contestant themselves were in high
spirits. About a dozen witnesses
were sworn and right amusing was it
when the lawyers cross questioned
some of them. ""The J t'n. Fat" asked
a witness which he thought best f ir
poMtoes; for cattle to tiaino them or to
plow theai, aud whether the tii.s fitt
ing tho tops uA stopped the potatoes
frnni growing; another ne asked how
many potatoes he made on the pli.ee
una Uie negro replied "1 (lou t know
Sii'i eating I aidt never dug eiu." I
c jiisiutieoT all the time from 11 until
t o'clock hearing the testimony. .o
decision was rendered that afteruomi.
Mrs. N'Htie lluiuer left for Lawreiiee
luir.g Wednesday, where she goes to
take charge of" a music class. Law
reneeourg is to be congratulated upon
securing the services of so gifted and
Little Miss Mary Hall Phillips at
tended the Missionary meeting at,
.ion Sunday aud entertained the
audience with a recitation. .
Mii-g Lou Watkius is indisposed.
Farming is moving along slowly
around here on account of the bad
T.ie oagregt4ota of ..ion still
gather although we bave no preachiug,
Kev. Sterling Foster will .preach at
ion next (Sunday at three o'clock;
Suuday-sehool at two. S.
Beware of Oiutwcnt Ar Catarrh that
Ae mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except ou
prescriptions from reputable physi
cisa, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good yon can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh 'u,re,
iitanufsi Lured bv F. J. Cheney d' Co.,
Toled , O., contain no mercury, and is
taken iuternally, actiug directly upou
tlie blood and mucous urfces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure vou get tho genuine. It is takeu
internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney t- Co. Testimonials
Tree. Sold by dVuggists, price 75 per
bottle. O) ocfilluiSy.
Litti.k BitiitY, Feb. 11 On last Tues
day at twelve o'clock In the L E.
Church of Bigbyville the rites of mat
rimony were solemnized between Miss
MaxiePerrv and Dr. K. S. HowletL
lVrhsns there never met at the altar of
Hymen a couple who gave more lul
Hohie promise of enjoying a happy ca
reer of wedded life than these. Tho
bride is a young lady of rare personal
rharin, and tlie groom, one of the lead
ing physicians of the county, is a young
man of tine qualities, ami enjoys the
friendsihp of all associated with him.
Tl. nnliers. S. T. Maxwell. T. W. Mis
Candlcss. N. W. Wilburn, J. T. Amis,
I' II. Neellev. Jolm Wilson, lir. Bob
Pi low and' Dr. Smteer entered the
ehU'Cll to the pieas.-Uii simms ui .wen
delssohn, rendered bv Miss Minnie
llowlettt, a sister tf the groom. They
were followed bv -the bride, w ho was
tastefully attired in a suit of pearl gray
cloth, leaning on the arm of her uncle
Mr. Jim Uoodruiu. They were met at
the altar by tin groom suit best man.
James Smi.cr, where Rev. C. Foster
Williams performed the ceremony
which joined the two. After the cro-
niony the party were driven to Cul
lcokit to the homo ot the groom's par
ents, w hero reception was extended
the ushers.' relatives and a few inti
mate Incnds ot the contracting par
ties. 1 he parlor and dining room weie
tastily dccoiated with evergreens and
(lowers. Tlie table was u thing of
beaut v and iiojn it was seived everv
thini; n o ising to tlie appetite that was
in keeping with the elegance of the oc
casion. Dr. and Mrs. Jlow lctt were the
recipients of several nico and useful
Miss Sallio if anna has returned from
n six weeks visit to Nashville .to her
brother W. J. ilanna.
Mrs. S. S. 'Matthews, Miss Lena Neel
ley and the little son of Mr. and .Mrs.
T.'ll. Neclley are all on the sick list
Mr. Hemard Luck returned to Nash
ville last Tuesday, after a few Weeks
visit to relatives and fritnds here.
A. W. Wilburn, in company with Al
bert llovd, returned to New Orleaus
lat wee"k. .
T. W. McOandlass returned to Char
leston, S U , his place of business, last
Tlie following ladies of this commu
nity attended the reception last Tues
day: Misses Lena Ncelley, Kit Flom
ling, Gurtrude Maxwell, Media Wil-
Imrn, Ktlilcen Davis and Mrs. T. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Tinnon and Willie Max
well of Columbia, and Miss Bettie
Akin of Mt. Pleasant, attended the
Hewlett l'erry marriage last Tuesday
They also attended the reception.
Miss Mattio Williams of AsuwOod,
was also at the marriage.
Mrs. Lizzie J. Hart was very sudden1-
ly called last Tuesday to Forrest Oitv
to the bedside of her brother, Dr. .
J. Matthews, who is critically ill With
pneumonia. Late news from there
states he is some better but not out 'of
The Modern Invalid
has tastes medically, in keeping with
other luxuries. A remedy must 'be
pleasantly acceptable lu form, pii rely
wholesome in composition, truly bene
ficial in effect and entiiely free from
every objectionable quality. If really
ill he consults a physician; if consti
pated he uses the gentle family laxative,
Syrup of Figs.
Spuing Hill. Feb. 13. Rev. Mr.
Ransom, pastor in charge of the Meth
odist Church, held services in the morn
ing and evening and delivered logical
aud most interesting discourses to his
Services were held Sunday morning
in the i'resbyterian Uuurch by the Kev
C E. Sullivan. A most excelleut ser
mou lrom Nell. 4 0, was presented to
his people. In the afiernoou be
preached at Port Royal.
No services at the C. P. Church or
Miss Irene Crowe, a most intelligent
young lady of our community, is still
visiting in Nashville.
Mr. ami Mrs. Sam J. Caperton and
two children visited relatives in this
place laHi week.
Kev. C. E. Sulllvau was in Nashville
the first of this week.
Mrs. Macon Johnson is now with the
family of Mr. John Bostick, near here.
Mr. J. A. Grigsby is buck from a busi
ness trip'to Paducah, Ky.
M rs. Jenuie Pointer returned recent
ly from Mu Pleasant, where she visi'.ed
her sister, Mrs. Granberry.
The firm of Thompson fc Hill have
sol i to Mr. J;bii Parks and Dr. Martiu
and a line supply of groceries have
Mr. W. J. Murphv, who is traveling
ior the house of Professor Loud of
Nashville, has sold to Mr. Janies
Hamilton a very handsome piano. He
is going to have some very handsome
ones ki ihn Caperton House: for trial.
1 here is a great deal of sickness in
and around our vicinitr. Several nave
been attack with the much dreaded
llacklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world tor Cuts,
Bruises, bores, U.'cers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Totter Chapped iiands.
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures flies, or no
pay required. It is guararteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Price 2S cents per box. For sale by
Woidndge, Irvine & Towlet. dec2 ly
Dark's Mill, Feb. 13. Here we are
again, trying to furnish a few more
items for the dear old HiALD this
Mr. J. N. Meroney, who has been
quite sick lor some time, is able to be
Mrs. Annie Murphey was on the sick
list several days of last week.
Misses Nannie and Bertha Chandler,
of Knob Crefck, spont last week at this
Miss Delia Nichols spent last Satur
day night with Miss Willie Brawn, of
Mr. John Bashatu and wife, of Knob
Creek, spent last Monday night in our
Mr. John Green, of Mallard, was eeeu
in our midst last Saturday night.
Messrs. John and Waller Frazier. two
of Godwin's gallaut beaux, passed
through Dark's Mill one day last week.
Mr. Davy Dirtch, of Columbia, is
teaching school al this place; he hasj
a very large school aud we wish him
M r. J. T. Hammonds was seen in our
midst last week, and Miss Florence
whs all smiles.
Fred, the little son ot R. II. Mckee,
was ou the sick list several days of last
Mr. John Hammonds, of Dark's Mill,
attended preaching at New Hope last
Mr. George Mahon Is laying very ill
at his home near West Point.
Mr. Lize Fitzgerald, of Theta, passed
through our burg last Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Hcks,ot Bellast, Mr. Lou
Joues, of Red Virginia, Mr. Gee Gordon
and daughter, Miss Mollie, or West
Tennessee and Mrs. Lula Jones, of
Friersou, were the guests' of Mr. W. O.
Gordou and family last week.
Several of out Dark's Mill boys got
very badly fooled one night not long
since. Perhaps f-harlie Blackman,
Henry Evans, Will, Louis aud Lee
Chandler can tell you who the' were;
but they say they 'will uever try storm
M r. Charlie Blackman, of Bear Creek,
passed through Dark's Mill one day
last week. Miss Aenia Chandler spent
last week on Knob Creek.
Rev. Mr. Green tilled his regular
appointment at this plaee last Sunday.
Ask Henry Evans how about last
Mr. It. M. Green and wife, of Mallard,
attended preaching at this place last
Mi'-s-'S Olivia Foster and Man!.t
Lo -krtdge, two of Carter's Creek's iittle
beauties were in our midst last Sunday,
and you b"t John was looking happy.
Miss Annie Merouey was on the sick
list last week.
Mr. Cam Green, of Mallard, was at
Daik's Mill last Suudav.
. .Fies! I'illes Itching Piles.
Symptoms Moibtute; intense itch
ing; most ail night; worse by scratch
ing. If allowed to continue tumors
form, which often bleed arid ulcerate,
becoming wry nore. Swyne's Oint
ment stops the itching anil bleeding,
heals ulceration, and in most cases re
moves the tumors. At druggists, or by
mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayhe it Son,
Editor Heuald: When a boy I
often wondered why it was so neces
sary for all men to go to town on tirst
Monday. Audi frequently woudeied
why ihisday was more important lhn
second or third Monday. Tills thought
agaiu suggested itself last Monday
wnile watching the busy throng upou
our streets. A few moments study will
solve the question and give us all an
additional interest iu the day. It is
not one of those days made sacred by
some great deed or mighty change or
revolution, but a dav mutually agreed
upon by sober-minded citizens to meet
lor tue i urpose ol trading and pulling
shape to business. Tins custom ol
meeting ou nrst Monday Is not con
tiued to Maury and her sister counties,
for south ot the line that once divided
the North from the South the ice lrom
the sunshine the custom is practiced
ny an. (joiumoia ueiug larger than any
of the county seats near us and enjoy
ing the reputation ot being the best
mule market in the world, lends ad
ditional attraction to men of means
seeking profitable investments. Last
Monday we had an annual gathering of
farmers, merchants, mechanics, traders
and in tact every avucatiou aud pro
fession was well represented. I will
not attempt to estimate all the good
done or detail the drawbacks of the
day. But just here I wish to uotice one
sale that was ot considerable btnelii, al
though only one mule was sold at a very
reasonable prb-e. The mule changed
hands about 1 o'clock, and by 4 o'clock
1 learned that the money for'that tuulo
had paid six debts; and "I am satisfied
it diu uot stop there. If this is au aver
age case and 1 believe it is there
were enough mules and hors-s kfrn
Monday to pay off all our debts aud
place u on a secure, financial basis.
fiesides being a day important to the
dealers of the long eared kind and
fancy saddle horses, the owner of lii'..
couimou piug was here trying to drive
a saie auu ioeiing that tue day noiougs
to mm as much a the other tellov
The jockey on his three-legged, mu -eyed,
spavined "tang," the ever wel
come (?) book agent, the patentee of
some iiuieiemMe machine, the olliei r
with property under levy for sale, tlu.
managers of a church fuud w ith a din
ner for the beuelit of the cause, tlie
auctioneer w ith his stock, th appli-c-tu's
for the p 'St-olhce, the eaily can
didates aud l ist and least the beautiful
peanut venders, all hre, making the
d.iy one of unusual Importance. 1
should uot, iu this list of professionals,
leave out, the ever-present and always
to oe despised, dead beit. On such oc
casii:s he realizes he has a fresh field
and gets in some of his best work. And
as long as we are cursed with loafers we
will hear the old monotonous cry ot
Tho numerous sains made last Mon
day give considerable encouragement
to all conservative moil aud nuts lo si
lence the oroakings of those who have
'nothing to loan or to give but their
doubts and evil predictions and enables
us to oredici that butler times are close
This first Monday meeting serves to
give more strengtu to all kinds of bit mi
uoss connected with tho tar in and in a
great measure keeps all posted as to
ihe prices of the stock or stud they
wish to dispose ot.
Quite a long article could be written
on the happenings of the dav, also a
long list oi names of visitors from out
side the county and the State could be
gathered together that would probably
bn ot Interest to our readers, but
enough this time. Kicii.uui.
Coutinued to Beventh Page.
ingiisti ispavm Dinlment removes
all hard, soft or calloused Lumps and
BlemisheH from horses, Blood Spavin
Curbs, Bplinta, Ring Bone, Sweeney
Hlilles, Sprains, Sore and Swollen
liiroat, uougns, etc. oave 5U by use
of one bottle. Every bottle warranted
oy A 15. it vns, druggist, oiayo-ly.
List of letters remaining iu the otlice
tue weekending f eb. 17, .1KJ.
Green, Ella F
Hayes, R J
Harris, .1 11
Miller, V A
Watkins, J II
Boyd, Wat 2
Ojoper, H A
Deation, O B
Davib, F It
Friersoti Sarah J
Green, Bobison .
Parties calling for the above ielnnB
will please say advertised.
G. W. Blackburx, P.M.
.The Homeliest Man-ln Columbia
As well as the handsomest, and others
are invited to call on anv druggist - and
getrce atrial bottle of Kemp's Balsam
lor the Throat and Lungs, a remedy
i tat is selling entirely up n its merits
and is guaranteed to relieve and cure
ail Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma,
Droncouia ana vODSUmpuon.
THE MOULD'S FA IB.
Hon- TenneM'nti Mlmlit Have. Tlielr Own
l'l-operty lteprescnt el.
Editor IIkhalp: The legislature
lias refused to lonke any appro-nation
for an exhibit tf Tennessee products at
the World' Fair. Knowing linn there
Ht'P til an n t'net n rum . invf.nt.tra l.i. i.tiifd
stock man, miners, poultry,' b e and"
iruit growers, etc., that aro desii.,ns of
inhkiiigan exhibit ol their pmaucts
without incurring uiy expense iti the
State, 1 would suggest that the spouse
of one man be pai l to the WorM's Fair
t make proper arrangements lor secur
ing space and taking care of ll a-iicles '
sent, aud to remain iu charge of any
and all exhibits from Tennessee that
may be Introduced to him. 'I he cost
and tax to each exhibitor would be far
less thau for the exhibitor to pnv for
his own space and time and bear till his
own expenses tfnd to make bis c"i ex
hibit. I am eudeavoring to fon.nilate
such a plan and to save expense 10 the
exhibitor and to have Tennessee repre
sented at the World's Fair. Mv ad
dress is Columbia, Tenn., aud I would
bo pleased to open correspondency with
any one desiring to make exhibit".
Kespeettully, Saw K. Watmss.
State papers please copy.
Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it cets be-
yound the reach of medicine. Thcv of
ten say, "Oil, it will wear away," biit in
most cases it wears mem away. Could
they be induced to trv the successful
medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which
is sold on a positive guarantee to cure,
they would immediately kco the excel
lent effect after taking the first dose.
Price 60 cents and 1. 2Vi'I size free.
At all druggists. febi'G-eow -ly.
Royal Arcanum 40. Regular meet
ings on 2nd aud -ith Monday mghts,
J. T. L. Cocbrau, Regent, A. 8.
Knights o' Honor 2.1 3. Regular
meetings on 2nd and 4th Thursday
nights, W. A. Ruttle, Dictator, A. S.
National Union 590. Regular meet
ings on 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights,
F.B Webb, President, A. ri. .1 nines,
Tlie Way That Pays Hest.
The statement attributed to John
Wttuamaker that he considered a
one-inch advertisement in ti small
country newspaper more elective
than one hundred thousand cin ulars,
received a remarkable ilhistuition
recently wheu Secretary McDonald,
of the Portland, Me., Young Men's
Christian Ass"ciation ptood up at a
meeting of Ihe organization and
stated tli at he was cur'ons to know
wiiat method of adveriis ng r1 ached
the most people. He hd irculated
several thousand litt' riodg-rs giving
notice of the meiing, and ne re
quested those who had s-en them and
been moved lo come by that nieanf,
to rise The hall was puffed with
people, and of the entire numb r on
ly fifteen arose. Ihetiidr Mel uald
ked those to rise wlw ha ' y-n in-
llueuced to come by reaoing the.
uotices hi the newpp-rs, and the
vast infljorfty of the nudiet'e.' tood
upon its feet. Tlie N.it'ona Adver
Easy to Take
And prompt to cure, Ayer s IMis act
on the intestines, not by stimula
ting, but by streiitlioning lliem.
They promote the naUinil pcril;iltio
motion of I ho bowels, without which
there can be no regular, healthy
operations. For tlie cure of consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, ver
tigo, sick headache, indigestion, sour
stomach, and drowsiness,
are unsurpassed. They are equally
beneficial in rheumatism, neuralgia,
colds, chills, .and fevers, .lieing
purely vegetable, delicately sugar
coated, and quickly dissolved, .they
are admirably adapted for household
use, as well as for travelers by la:d
or sea. Aycr's Pills are in greater
demand, the world over, than any
other pill, aiid are recommended by
the most eminent physicians.
Every Dose Effective
Prepared ty Dr. J. C. A ye-& Co., I .on -qjl, Ums.
Bold by Drugyinln Every wkvru.
aug!2 ly '
W. P. Wl'LDRIDOE. K. 0.1KVKK,JR,
nD If! OTnOC Pure and Fre
1'iilnts, 1 luted
UilUU O I UlILl Combs
limi, Soaps, ele.
Oils of every kiud.
WOIMIDGE, IliVIXE & TAHIEK.
feb 1 ly
LOW .'. PRICES
We will sell you galvanized h-trbeU
wire at Scents, .SPOT CASH.
We have a I arte stork of
II AMES, Etc.
All at Hottora Prices.
Wright's one-horse Corn Plf ters,
Malta Cultivator. Double Shot cm, etc.
GIVE US A CALL.
xml | txt