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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1897.
NEWS AND COMMENT.
Tl'Khdav was Memphis Day at
Hon. O. N. Tillman suys lie will
again be a candidate for governor
of Tennessee in 1800.
Alabama is claiming that Chat
tanooga rightfully belongs on her
side of the State line.
Hon. Fee Bill Jakvis narrowly
scaped being crushed to death by
an elevator in Chattanooga Sunday.
It. A. Wilkes has been appointed
postmaster at Culleoka vice W. K.
Stephens. Wilkes was a McKinley
Democrat. Nashville Day nt the Centen
nial last Saturday was the grandest
and one of the largest attended days
of the show.
Last week's attendance at the
Tennessee Centenniil was nearly
100,000, of which 42,000 attended on
A convention of deaf unites was
held in Nashville Tuesday. They
visited the Exposition in a body and
were loud in their praises for the
A disastrous tornado visited a
portion of Texas last Sunday even
ing, laying waste Port Royal and
Sabine, killing a number of people
and wounding many, and scattering
buildings and fences like chaff.
A frightful wreck occurred on
the Iron Mountain railroad at a
station twenty miles west of Van
Buren last Sunday morning, in
which seven boys who were stealing
rides were killed outright and others
The Trades and Labor Council of
Nashville last Saturday denounced
the editorial policy of the Nashville
American as antagonistic to the true
interests of labor; an editorial in
that paper concerning the Hazelton
massacre prompting them to that
T 1 1 v. firm of Woodward & Sed
berry, of Nashville, composed of W.
H. Woodward and George T. Sed
berry, the latter formerly a resident
of Columbia, made an assignment
Friday. Dull business and inability
to make collections are the causes
given for the assignment.
Judge Dubose and Hon. Brooks
Nortleet mixed in the court-room
at Memphis Monday, just as the
court was about to pass the death
sentence on murderer Parora, but,
further than the passing of a few
opprobious epithets and objurga
tions, no other damage was done.
The good elfects of Tennessee's
Railroad Commission are beginning
to be seen. Last week citizens of
Harriman filed a complaint 'against
the Southern Railway, asking for a
;t-cent passenger rate to Knoxville,
which is the regular rate on other
parts of the road. The citizens won.
Dheaky winter is beginning to
besiege thp Yukon country, and
suirering lias begun. At Dawson,
the chief city of the gold district,
stores have closed up because they
have nothing to sell, and those
who have been seeking gold must
now seek food. "All that glitters,"
J. R. Willard & Co., bankers and
brokers of New York, with branch
offices in several other cities, made
an assignment last week. The
liabilities of the firm will reach
$1,000,000. Messrs. Willard & Co.,
are among those unfortunates who
failed to make a mash upon Miss
Prosperity that day she sold her
Judue Cooi'ER, in Memphis Mon
day, ruled that the order of Gov.
Taylor commuting the death sen
tence of Frank Parora to imprison
ment for life was a nullity and of no
effect, and sentence of death was
again passed upon him, to take ef
fect on October 15. Gov. Taylor says
he has done his duty before God and
man, and he will use all his power
in saving the neck of Parora.
Rev. G. F. B. Howard, who
figured so extensively in several sen
sational trials at Jackson, iu this
state, a few years ago, and was sen
tenced for nine years and fined
$1,200, has escaped from the Ohio
penitentiary at Columbus. The
reverend gentleman was a "trusty"
in the front office of the peniten
tiary, and, while no one was look-iug.-took
French leave of his too
confiding captors. '
Uullets Poured Into a Uody of
By a Baud of Deputies, Killing a
Score or More and Wounding:
I'lie Officers Were Armed to the Teelli
Willi Winchester and Mngiidiie
ICf ties. While the Miners Were
Hazelton, Pa., Sept. 11. Twenty-one
corpses lie to-night in frame
shanties scattered about this hill-top
town. Forty maimed and wounded
and broken figures toss on the nar
row cots of the Hazelton hospital.
Of these, it is almost a certainty
that five will be added to the death
list before another day dawns.
Such was the exocution done yes
terday afternoon by 102 deputy
sheriils, armed to the teeth with
Winchester and Magazine rifles,
upon about 150 ignorant foreigners,
whose total armament consisted of
two little pn knives. These facts
One version of the affair is as fol
The strikers left Hazelton at 3:30
o clock yesterday afternoon, an
nouncing their intention to go to
Latimer. As soon as this became
known a band of deputies was
loaded on a trolly car and went
whirling across the mountain to the
scene where the bloody conflict fol
lowed. On reaching Latimer they
drew up in line at the edge of the
village just as the strikers approach
ed. Sheriff Martin went out to
The men drew up sullenly and
listened in silence until he had once
more read the riot act. This
finished, a low muttering arose
among the strikers and there was a
slight movement forward. Perceiv
ing this, the Sheriff stepped toward
them and in a determined tone for
bade advance. Some one struck the
Sheriff, and the next moment there
was a command to the deputies to
fire. The guns of the deputies in
stantly belched forth a terrible vol
ley. The report seemed to shake
the very mountains, and a cry of
dismay went up from the people.
The strikers were taken entirely
by surprise, and as the men toppled
and fell over each other, those who
remained unhurt stampeded. The
men went down before the storm of
bullets like tenpins and the groans
of the dying and wounded filled the
The excitement that followed was
simply indescribable. The deputies
seemed to be terror-stricken at the
deadly execution of their guns, and,
seeing the living strikers fleeing
like wild and others dropping to the
earth, they went to the aid of the
unfortunates whom they bad
1 he shenli claims that he was
brutally assaulted bv the miners
and ordered his deputies to fire in
order to protect themselves, but lie
cannot show a mark of violence on
The ."Nashville bun correspondent
interviewed four reputable men of
Hazleton who saw the assault of the
deputies on the marching Hun
garians yesterday, and they all
agree in their statements and their
declaration that Sheriff Martin was
alone to blame for the terrible scene
Johnathan Lieberger, a contractor,
"I saw the whole occurrence. The
men were marching toward the
Lattimer mine, when they were met
by Sheriff Martin, who was a little
in advance of his men. The Sheriff
ordered the miners to disperse and
at the same time drew li is revolver.
A Hungarian grabbed the officer's
arm and the revolver was discharg
ed. Then Martin gave orders to
fire. The first volley was over the
miners' heads. The next was fired
nt short range and witli deadly aim
as the men turned to flee. The facts
that the surgeons found that most
of the dead and wounded were shot
in tlie back corroborated this story.
The deputies displayed a degree of
inhuman feeling that was surprising.
"They paid no attention to the
dead or wounded. One man was
lying in the brush seriously hurt. A
man named (Jostello, who was pass
ing by, said: 'Why don't you take
care 'of that man?' deputy re
plied: 'If you don't shut up I will
give you the same,' and he pointed
his gun at the man."
The miners tell interesting stories
of their side in the shooting. An
drew Noovootny, the man who was
seized by Sheriff Martin just before
the shooting began, does not fix the
word of command to shoot as com
ing from the Sheriff. In broken
English Noovootny gave his version
of his encounter to-day.
A crowd of his countrymen who
had been among the marchers stood
about gesticulating and giving
noisy confirmation to what he said.
He declared that sheriff Martin
caught hold of his coat and pointed
a pistol at his head, commanding
him to stop. Then he said: "You
shoot if you want."
At that, the Sheriff turned up the
muzzle of his pistol and fired into
the air. Almost immediately the
deputies, not more than thirty feet
away from the foremost sfikere,
blaz-il away. Noovootny escaped
unharmed, ltd the Sheriff "stood be
tween him and the deputies, form
ing a shield.
Whci the Iriuties Were.
The deputy sheriffs were not
irresponsible men, such as are often
picked up by sheriffs in case of
trouble. One of them was C.tlvil
Pardee, Jr.. sou of a mine owner,
who used to he President of the
Lehigh Coal & Navigation Com
pany. Mr. Pardee is now Superin
tendent of the Colly wood Colliery.
He i3 a graduate of' Princeton Co'l
leue. Harry Douglass and Chas.
Warriner, two of the other deputies,
are Lehigh University men. R. Bar
tholomew, another, is a graduate of
Lafayette. Willard Young, another,
is a Lehigh man and is the Ward
McAllister of Hazelton society. A.
B. Ehy, another deputy, is ex-Presi
dent of the Hazelton National!
Bank; A. E. Hess is the civil
engineer of tlie Lehigh Trolley
Road. Robert Tuner, another depu
ty, is Superintendent of the Tele
phone Exchange. Thos. Hall,
another, is a prominent business
man here. John Embanks, another,
is the assistant manager of tlie
Atlantic Oil Refining Company, and
Robert McShea is a school teacher.
BLIND MAX KIBES A BICYCLE.
I'rof. Frank H. lleese iulcl; Illiinoir
And Trayl" by Sound.
Prof. Frank H. Reese, of Mish
awaka, Ind., has been totally blind
since childhood, but he has become
so proficient in the bicycling art
that he is fully competent to ride
about on the less busy thoroughfares
of Mishawaka. Impossible as it ap
pears, the Diina cyclist glides alonj
on tlie silent steed, turns corners
and avoids accidents witli phe
nomenal judgment and precision.
In walking about Mr. Reese relies
wholly upon sound and the number
of footsteps required to reacli a cer
tain point, and thence homeward.
So also in cycling he depends upon
his counting the number of revolu
tions by the pedals to reach a corner,
making the turn, etc. He mounts
his wheel and dismounts without
assistance, and strangers in the city
seldom can be convinced of the use
lessness of his eyes.
Prof. Reese is also an accom
plished musician, and has composed
several musical pieces. He was
graduated this year from the institu
tion for the blind at Indianapolis, is
a ready player of piano and organ
and a finished accompanist.
WEST COLUMBIA. "
Owing to the scarcity of news last
week, we failed to send in any items.
McDowell School opened Monday,
Sept. 6, with good attendance, there
being about 130 pupils enrolled. The
school is under the charge of Mr.
Tomlinson, Priu., Mr. Turner, Miss
Roberts, and Mrs. Tomlinson, assist
ant teachers. We wish for them
much success during the term.
Mr. and .Mrs. Mora Raines visited
the family of Mr. J. C. McGaw last
Mrs. George Taylor and children
have returned to their home in Ken
tucky, after a pleasant visit to rela
tives in this neighborhood.
Mrs Ed Lenta and two little
daughters have returned home after
a visit to Water Valley.
Mrs. Addi Sellers is visiting in
our midst at present.
Miss Sallie Burkett was visiting
West End friends this week.
Mr. Joe Taylor is seriously ill at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. H.
H. Catiua. Mr. Taylor is a well
known contractor for the railroad,
and for some time has been engaged
in work at Iron City, and was here
spending a few days with Mrs.
Catiua when taken sick. Mrs. Tay
lor reached this place last week, to
remain witli him until improved.
We sincerely hope he will hastily
We wish now to thank our kind
hearted editor for tlie nice trip
which lie gave us on tlie 4th. It will
be long remembered by all who at
tended. We wish also to thank him
for the compliment he paid the
correspondents for their good be
havior, etc. With best wishes to
all, we are as ever, Lokena.
The Great Wallace Shows.
The Washington Post, one of the
most conservative newspapers in
tlie United States, did a most un
usual thing in devoting an editorial
to the Wallace circus, which came
to Washington unknown and went
away with an established reputa
tion. In part the Post said :
"The Great Wallace Show repre
sents all that there is of legitimate
worth in the circus business. It is
in charge of men who aspire to ele
vate the tone and purify tlie atmos
phere of the calling, and we believe
the thousands who have attended
the performance during the past
two days will certify they have suc
ceeded. Not only was the perform
ance up to the highest professional
and artistic standard, the menagerie
large and varied, and the trained
animals of the best, but there was
not in connection with the Wallace
Show a single one of those discredit
able ' and demoralizing features
which have done so much to give
the circus a bad name and to dis
courage the true friends of that oth
erwise wholasoine form of amuse
ment. The managers of the Wal
lace Show keep all their promises,
advertise nothing they do not ex
pect to give, and carefully divest
their performances of auything and
everything calculated to offend the
nicest tante. We are sure that the
rerdlct of Washington will be most
favorable and that the show can re
turn to us sure of finding genuine
admirers and friends." This big
circus institution will exhibit In Co
umbia Wednesday, September 23.
Mai'I.k Mount, Sept. l.'l Many hearts
were made sail on last Friday "by the
intelligence of the accidental death of
Mr. Jerry Hughes, formerly of this
vicinity, lint at tlie time of his death a
citizen of Arkansas, where lie had lived
for eighteen years, lie met his death
while repairing a gin-press, by the acci
dental falling of a large piece of timber
on his body, breaking his back, arm and
leg, from which injuries life soon be
came extinct. Jerry "remembered his
Creator in the days of his youth" and
united himself with the Church of
Christ, and kept the faith until the end,
and at the close of his life he whispered
the happy assurance, "All is well."
"Blessed are the dead which die in the
Lord." He leaves several children and
a wife to mourn his loss; also a mother,
Mrs. Rebecca Hughes, one sister, Miss
Lillie, three brothers, John of Arkansas,
and Messrs. T. i. and Jessie Hughes of
The meeting at Phillippi closed last
Saturday night. Bro. Meachem had to
leave to' rill an appointment elsewhere.
Bro Ridley's indisposition was so that
he could uot be present at all, and the
meeting was brought to a close. We
sincerely hope he will soon regain his
Four ears of stock were shipped from
Godwin Saturday. M. K. Allen shipped
two ears of sheep and cattle, and Mr
Will Cook two cars of line beef cattle.
Mr. Vikw, Sept. 13. The Herald's
reunion last Saturday is one never to be
forgotten by us, and 'we desire to thank
our generous editor most sincerely for
giving us the trip, which we certainly
enjoyed. We note with pleasure his
comments in regard to our behavior on
that day, and, for our part, promise him
the spine in the future. "Rumple
Rtiltchen," who is among our best cor
respondents, according to pre-arranged
plans, did not return with us from the
Centennial. From the direction he was
going I think he must be "Klondikized."
Columbia Presbytery convened at
Spring Hill Septembers. While not all
the churches were represented, there
was a goodly number of delegates pres
ent, and an interesting meeting was
held, the chief feature of which was a
sermon by Rev. M. S. Kennedv,on "The
Second Coming of Our Lord.' Pulaski
was appointed as next place of meeting.
Rain is very much needed here as in
Wishing the Hkhald its usual suc
cess, I am as ever, Verkxa.
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Misses Kate Dagger and Bcrniee
Smith, accompanied bv Mr. Robert
Tliurmaii, wentdown to Water Valley
last week to see Miss Minnie Hogan.
Mr. Will Dugger, of Texas, spent
several days last week with his cousin,
C. .1. Dogger.
Miss Sallie Karris is very sick at this
writing. Hope she will soon recover.
.Mr. and -Mrs. Hillary Cnallin, of
Soutliport, are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Dock Hickman.
Master Rea (iilbreath, who had his
arm badly sprained, Is able to return to
Rev. Fitzgerald, of Santa Fe, con
ducted a meeting on Klkridge las',
week. There were eighteen additions
to the church.
The music class is progressing nicely
under tlie skillful direction of Miss
Kate Farley. She has ten pupils.
Though rather late, we wish to thank
our kind editor for the day spent at the
If Madame Rumor is correct, we will
have a wedding to report next week.
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Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of theirmerits. These
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their action, but by giving tone to
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WAT EH VALLEY.
Water Vallkv, Sept. ti Bro.
Owinga began a series of meetings at
the Methodist Church in our village
this morning at 11 o'clock. The morn
ing sermon was preached by Bro.
Matheny, from the text, "Therefore,
being Justified by faith, we have peace
with our Lord Jesus Christ." Bro.
Matheny will leave for his home in
West Tennessee to-morrow. Rev. W.
F. Powers, of Bigbyville, will assist
Bro. Owens in the meeting. We trust
that God will be with his people this
week, and that many sinners may be
brought to Christ.
Mr. James Evans, we are sorry to
state, is no better, but we trust that he
may soon be restored to health and be
able to mingle with his friends again.
Miss Nora Puckett, of West Tennes
see, is visiting in our midst.
If Madame Rumor be correct, we will
goon have a wedding to report.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson spent
last week with friends and relatives
near Goshen, and attended the pro
tracted meeting at that place, conduct
ed by Rev. Matheny, of West Ten
nessee. Miss Mary Etta Harris, of William
sport, was in our midst last week.
Mr. Fly, of Lick Creek, is visiting
in Our midst. - Obfstra.
Ill K Hit A IE.
1 1 cituii'A s k, Sept. l'l. This vicinity is
suffering greatly for the want of stock
water, as the' springs and smaller
streams are dry. Fountain Creek, over
a mile from here, is the nearest source
for stock water. Crops are being dam
aged by the dry weather.
On last Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Clark gave'the young people of
the neighborhood a social. Refresh
ments were served at an appointed
hour. All present report a nice time.
Mrs. Root. Caskey has returned home
Miss Virgie Hargrove has returned
home from a visit to relatives in Mar
Kd Douglass, of Nashville, is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Nell Hancock.
There was an ice cream supper at the
home of Mrs. DeWitt Smith last Wed
I he meeting which has been in pro
gress at the Christian church closed last
night, with three additions to the
The revival at the Methodist church
will begin the 2."th of this month.
Running sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may be cured bv using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. A. D. Rains. ly
Lasea, Sept. ):. Once more we grasp
our pen to jot down the happenings of
this neighborhood for the "only" Co
It is very hot and dry in this commu
nity. Millet is about all threshed in
this locality; the yield was not as good
as was expected.
Mr. Wm. Fuller and daughter Miss
Laura, of North Carolina, are visiting
Mr. F. M. Fuller and family, of this
Mr. R. L Hayes was in Marshall
county last week, buying mules.
Miss Virgie Derryberry leaves to
morrow for Columbia", where she will
go to school. We regret to give Miss
Virgie up, but then it will only be for a
year or two.
We were sorry to hear of the death of
Mr. Jack Jones) of Andrews. Tho be
reaved ones have our heartfelt sympa
thy in this dark hour. We point" them
to Uod, tor He is able to heal the broken
Bro. A. Williams preached at this
place yesterday. There was only a
small crowd in attendance, owing to
the protracted meeting beginning at
Sharp's Corner at that time.
As our budget of news is about ex
hausted, we will close. With kind re
gards to all, l.OLIE.
THE TlilE It KM K1V.
W. M. Repine, editor, Tiskilwa, 111.,
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without Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds. Ex
perimented with many others, but
never got the true remedy until we
used Dr. King's New Discovery. No
other remedy can take its place in our
home, as in it we have a certain and
sure cure for coughs, colds, whooping
cough, etc." It is idle to experiment
with other remedies, even if they are
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King's New Discovery. They are not
as good, because tins remedy has a
record of cures, and besides is'guaran
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Si'rino Hill, Sept. 1-1. Last Wed
nesday night Columbia Presbytery met
iu this place at the Presbyterian
church. About twenty-live delegates
Rev. Joseph Hardin, of Marshall
county, delivered the opening sermon.
Many interesting questions came be
fore the presbytery and were ably dis
cussed. Pulaski 'was selected as the
next place of meeting.
Services were held Sunday in all the
Mrs. Branham's mother, Mrs. William
Hume, of Nashville, was hei e last week.
Miss Susie Belle Moore, after a pleas
ant stay in Brentwood, is at home.
Miss 'Julia Orman, after an absence of
three months with Alabama relatives,
has returned home.
Rev. and Mrs. Craig were in Nash
ville attending the Centennial, recently.
Misses Ethel Hendley and Virginia
Carpenter, of Columbia, visited Mrs.
Sam Caperton this week.
Mrs. Hardin is with her son, Rev. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Donal Molloy are now
residing at theCaperton house.
Miss Janie McLemore has returned to
her home in Dallas. Texas, after visi
ting relatives here and iu Columbia.
Certainly you don't want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick head
ache, sallow skin and loss of appetite.
You have never trie! DeWitt's Little
Early Risers for these complaints or
you would have been cured. They are
small pills but great regulators. A. !5.
Dark's Mill, Sept. 12. The protrac
ted meeting closed at this place Sunday
week, with good attendance and five ad
ditions. Little Oscar Spivy is very sick at this
writing, but we hope that he will soon
We are glad to report that Mrs. Rody
is able to be up again.
Miss Marshall Renfrow is on the sick
Mr. Bob McKee's little babv is very
sick at this writing.
There will be a meeting at this place
every Sunday afternoon. We would be
glad to have everybody attend that can.
Mr. Anthon Derryberry will preach
t this place the 4th Sunday iu this
Mr. Newton Derryberry will preach
the first Sunday in next month.
There was a watermelon eating at Mr.
Sid Green's last Friday night. Every
body reported a nice time.
Miss Ada Nesbit spent last week with
Misses Nettie and Bettie Green.
Miss Genie Mahon tpnt last week in
Nashville with her aunt, Mrs. Walters.
"lArrilla" spent last week -with
Celebrated for its great
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forms of iiiliiltcrat'on com
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HO V A I. It MUNii I'lin ilKR
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"Raven Locks'' at Mallard.
Miss Maggie Green, of Columbia, is
the guest of the Misses Meroney and
Miss Dora Wilson, f your citv, is
visiting Miss Delhi Nichols, and is quite
sick at this writing.
Mrs. Roddy, of Mallard, is visiting her
son, Mr. .lanies Roddy, of this place.
Miss Tennie Goad, after siiending
some time in our neighborhood, re
turned to her home in Columbia last
There will he an ice cream supper at
Bauguss' school-house Friday night,
the proceeds to go towards having a
well drilled. , wiku.la.
Garwood's Snrsuparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. 15. Rain
Mallard, Sept. 1:1. The protracted
meeting conducted by Bro. Will Ander
son, closed at this place last Friday
night, with four additions to the church.
Bro. Anderson went from hereto Camp
bell's Station to hold a meeting.
We are sorry to report little Ray and
Huburt Green on the sick list.
"Zarrilla," of Dark's Mill, spent last
week with your scribe and attended the
Miss Maggie Doyal has returned to
her home in Kentucky, after several
months' stay in our neighborhood.
We were very sorry that iwe could
not attend our reunion iu Nashville
last Saturday week. Our better naif
went, how yer, and reported a delight
Mr. James Price has three sick
The school nt this place is progress
ing nicely with Mr. Oscar Williams as
There was a musical entertainment
at Mr. John Fitzgerald's since our last,
tiuite a large crowd was present.
It has heed held t hat coiisiiin pi ton Is
hereditary. Ml I I lie fact I lm t hh person of
a family had died with consumption was
considered a sure sign that oilier- of that
family could not escape II. This is part I v
true unci pari !y untrue Ainaiiwilli weak
lungs Is likely lo ninsuill I Inil Weakness in
Ills children. Hill I here is no reason in the
win Id why the Weakness should lie allowed
todeveinp. Keep I he limns full of rich, fed,
wholesome Mood, ami I lie weakness w ill
disappear. I i. eay inn t issues wil I le t li rown
oiT, and new material w ill In- added until
the luiiU" lire well and perfectly strong
again Tlii Is I lie t hinn Dr. Pierce's Hidd
en Medical D:eoverv tines. this s w hal
makes it cure t's per rent uf all l i.M's uf con
sumption where il Is taken acenrd i in; to
directions. It searches mil disease ierins
wherever they may he pi lae l,ody and
forces t hell! out id I he system. Il supplies
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It makes the appel lie guud. digest inn pel
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pane minion Sense .Medical Adviser."
Godwin, Sepi. I:!. Saturday was n
busy day at Fast Godwin. M.'F.. Allen
shipped t liee ear loads of rattle and
sheep, and W. II . Cook shipped two car
loads of catt le.
Messrs. Dougherty A Co., have been
Uite busy receiving wheat for tlie last
S. R. Armstrong of this town, has been
acting turnkey at the jail during Mr.
Webb's absence from your city.
K. H. Haven, our enterprising mer
chant, is on the sick list.;
We are glad to report M r. O.lie Daw
son us able to ! mil aTler a tussle with
We ai e also glad to report Miss Ora
Cowsert much better.
Miss Minnie Cowsert is slightly indis
posed at this writing.
The farmers are needing rain badly.
Many of them are preparing to sow
wheat, and the ground turns badly from
lack of rain.
The turnpike bridge across Duck
river at Fast i, od win has been treated
to a ne. v coat of paint, ipiite recently.
Miss Billa Hughes has returned home
after a very pleasant visit to Nash
ville relatives. Fit..
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