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MAURY DRY GOODS CO.
BY FAST FREIGHT AND EXPRESS The new things are beginning to pour into oui Iiouse. Our buyer has now been in New York about ten il.iys, and he writes that the variety is greater, and the styles prettier, than ever before, and that he is getting the choicest things to be had FOR CASH. New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Wash Goods Louisine, The new Silk, prettier and soft-r th;in t)i(3 TalMa, and sold with our guarantee not to split; in all the new pastel shades, and sold at same price; of Taffeta. Embroidered Silk Dot Albatross for Waists, 40 inches wide, in variety of now spring shades. Our price fl.(X) per yard. New Madras Gingham for dresses, waists and shirts; 31 inches wide. Our price 10c yard. New French Ginghams with Satin stiipe; washes well and wears well. 2'ie a yard. Choice lino of Domestic Ginghams; the hest quality ever made to sell for 103 a yard. You are always welcome at our store.. MAURY DRY GOODS CO. J. C. WOOTEN. J. T. WOOTEN. OHN A. OAK KH. IIOHT. K. MCHOLS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AM) EMRALMERS. Wo are prepared to furnish anj thing called for in our lino, and our prices are reasonable. Prompt attention paid to all calls, day or night. PHONES fflce, Bell : Office, Citizens 59 120 53 279 Ittsidence, Jim A. Oakee, Citz. 1 1 Oct 2(5-ly 11. E. Nichols, Bell - T. A. WALLACE -:- WHOLESALE PHD RETJ11L DERLER 1)1 Lumber of all kinds, Logs, Posts, Poles and Shingles. Apr 20-1 yr Dr. Jos. T. Rleadors, Second Floor Woldridge Building. Columbia, : Term, Citizens' Telephone No. 20ft mchfO Dr: W. M. BIDDLE, Columbia, Tins. Office: Corner High and F,ighth Street OiHce hours: 8 to 103 to 4. novis ly ROBT. IiltlKO. Watchmaker and Jeweler, And dealer in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Fine watch aud Jewelry repairing a speolalty. Bcthell Klock, : COLUMBIA, TEN) mar 4 DR. A. SIDNEY PAGE, Dentist. Office and Residence: Corner West Sixth and Garden Streets Columbia, Tenn. Citizens' 'Phone, No. 72. Jnly-1 Where the Guilt Lay. "You say the play was entirely without a villaii V "Y'F that is, if you choose to omit the author." Indianapolis Press. Coat of Mrrct-Wltlonlnc. The widening of l.inlgate hill, Lon don, fifteen feet resulted In an expendi ture at the rate of 2,000.010 per mile; the Fleet street widening, ten feet, 3.000.000 per mile, and the Strand widening, JC 6.000,000 per mile. N.F.YAUGHAN (Huocfuwir to Joik'n ,v Yaiighan.) DKAI.Ra IX All kit). N of I.umlx r. Sanri, mMr, nlind IjithiMiiiiitleM and INwin. alw inh to lu v all k ratf r Rntich l.miiUr. Cilurna' 'phone I Kt th Mree I KB t 111 llll! Jisw EntfiGlderles and Laces. Raid to bo tlio prettiest nnd most complete linn of Laces ever shown in city and at our usual short prof its. We invite your" opinion. The advance line of QUEEN (JUALI ? V OXFORD'S for spring are just in, find they are. beauties, too. A few more odds and ends in heavy u right goods to go nt a sacrifice, just because we need the room: l..0 Capes now 75c. ' 1 50 Capo now 81.75. i 00 Jackets now $1 50. $"..00 Jackets now $2 50. 810.00 Jackets now 85.00. $2.50 lllankets (and best mality( now f 1.75. $1.50 and 85.00 all-wool 10 1 Dlank- eta now 11.00. 1,000 yards of yard-wide Bleached Do mestic 5c a yard. Good quality of heavy yard-wide Brown Domestic at 5c per yard. W. B. WOOTEN OVER THE COUNTY. Mrs. Mary ClilTe was called to Dark Mill last week on account of the illness of her father, James H. Parrish. Miss Susie Hell Moore, of Spring Hill, who has been the guest of Mrs. A. V. Beek with, has returned home. Franklin Review-Appeal. Penny pictures at Young's, tf Capt. A. A. Lipscomb has been 'n the sick list since his return from tho Legislature, but is now able to be out again. He was in town part of this week, for the purpose of conferring with his constituents and getting th"iropinions upon rendingquestioi.H in the legislature. Capt. Lipscomb is a conscientious public servant and an old time Democrat, and he lieves that the will of the people should be obeyed. Stray kd: Two-year-old dark bay horse mule, with long, bushy mane and tail. I will pay reward for his recovery, or any information leading to his re eovery. Address J. E. Cheek, Left wich, Tenn., or leave word at Watson 'n stable in Columbia. it Mr. S. L. AlcGee, writing from Craw ford, Miss., to renew his subscription to the Herald, wishes to be remembered to John Barrow and other friends in Maury, and concludes his note as fol lows: "1 have tried them all, and re gard the Herald as the best county paper published." Mr. C. A. Wright, of Bigbyville, is spending this month in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. C. Q. Simmons, son of Mr. T. D. Simmons of the Jameson neighborhood, has located in Coleman, Texas, and we are glad to learn is doing well. For Salk: One dozen ten prong phosphate forks, shovels and picks. In quire at Herald office. tf At the meeting of Leoaidas Polk Biv ouac and William Henry Trousdale Camp next Monday, a sponsor for this camp and delegates to the Memphis re union will be selected. It is said that John W. Forbes, the white man who married Tennessee Holt, a negress, at Leavenworth, Kan., was a former resident of the Kedron neighbor hood, this county. The negress also is sa d to have come from this place. The Herald, however, is not proud to claim them as former citizens. Will have a car of Virginia Land Plastei about Feb J.lth. If you want any, send in orders ahead. tf J. P. Street & Co. Right now turn to the margin and ex amine your date, and if you are behind, call next Monday, or send by some friend, and settle up. If you are a candidate for our npom - mm pha'ton you had better be in Co lumbia next Mondiy, mixing with the c.owd aud hustling for votes. You can kill two birds with one stone next Monday. Pay what you owe for the Herald, and vote for some friend w no is a candidate in tho premium phaeton contest. Some people could vote two or three times if they would pay all they ovve; and if you are one of these yon are one of the ones we are talking to. Mr. Sam Nichols will sell all his house hold, parlor and kitchen furniture next Saturday week, at public auction. The sale will take place at his residence at Carter's Creek, and will afford an op portunity for bargains as his house has but recently l-en built and the furni ture is all new. Stock Sale. The annual horse sale of the AleGaw Thomas Sale Agency will be held in Co lumbia, April 17. ISand 19. 1501. Entry blanks ready now at McGaw's stable comer North .Main and Sixth streets. To secure a good place in the catalogue enter at once. g." 9t Garwood's 8aJsapaiHlla-for the blcod aMarantee i to curs. A. K. Kaiss. 1 Tllh COLUMMA III:KALI); MuDAV, MAIM Il I, l!HM. DR. JOYCE'S Majority of His Estate Bequeathed to His Wife. Other Beneficiaries Named in the Will Estate Will Amount to About $30,000 or $35,000. Tho will of the htoDr. W. W. Joyce was admitted to probate Wednesday mine county court. It is estimated that the estate of the deceased will amount to about f.'),(KKI or 'f.000, and his wife, Mrs. Emma E. Joyce, is the largest beneficiary. Ho bequeathes to her all of the land lying on the east side of "John's Road" in the loth district (the homo place, with the residence, household furnit.ire, etc. In addition she is also given l,"i,(HK) in money, or its equivalent in good notes and bonds At her death the will specifies that 10.000 of this bequest is to revert to his living nephews and neices. To Otey Davis Gray lie bequeathes 81,000, to be put in trust until he shall have attained the age of 21 years, and to the following he bequeathes 100 each; Mrs. Anna Hughes, Mrs. Bertha Wilkes, Misste Annie Joyce, Eva John son and Mamie Hill; Messrs. W. E. Me Kennon, Hazel Padgett, A. 8. Page, M. W. Kinzer, W. R. King, Jamei Fly. Clarence Joyce and E. T Estrs, and Revs. H. S. McBrideand E. L. Gregory. To E. E. Estes and wife he bequeathes one dwelling house and lot, and one store house and lot in Sawdust Valley, and the remainder of the estate is to be equally divided among his nephews and nieces, of whom there are about eleven, those living in Alaury county being Messrs. W. C. Joyce and John Bragg, and Mrs. J. T. Batts. The wife of the deceased, Mrs. Emma E. Joyce, and Air. Alex E, Hill, are ap pointed executrix and executor with out bond. The will was made December 17, liK), and was witnessed by Alessrs. B. D. Joyce and II. N. Alayberry. TOTALLY DESTROYED. Beech Grove School House, Near Jameson's Store, Burns. . The Beech Grove school house, which is situated on the Carter's Creek pike about half a mile from Jameson's store, was totally destroyed by fire Tuesday morning. A fire had just been started in the stove, when the roof ignited from the flue, and in the absence of any pro tection, those who had congregated could only stand by and watch the de struction of the buildiug. A portion of Jurniture and books were saved. j.nere was no insurance. Field Seeds. We sell the best -,nd purest field seeds we can buy clover, red top, orchard and blue grass. tf Satterfikld A; Dodsox. BARBAROUS DEED. Indiana Mob Hangs a Negro, Then Burns His Lifeless Corpse. Tekkk Haute, Ind., Feb. 20. Justice, swift and terrible, wa rneted out to-day to George Ward, the negro who murdered Miss Ida Finkelstein, the school teacher, by shooting her with a shotgun and cut ting her throat yesterday. In a few hours after his arrest an angry mob battered down the doors of the in. draped the miserable prisoner to the Wabash bridge, several square away, and hanged him to the bridge draw. Not content with the hang ing, the crowd cut the corpse down, and, laying it on a sand bar under the bridge, kindled a fire and cre mated the rt mains. The souvenir fiend was on hand in force and fragments of the wretched murderer are now scattered broHd cast. One man, while the feet still protuded from the flames, offered $1 for a toe from "the nigger's foot." A venturesome youth, drawing a knife from his pocket, made a dash for the prize He quickly amputated a toe, delivered the goods and got his money. As the bones began to crumble and fall apart the fragments were drawn from the fire aud carried away. At 3 o'clock there was nothing left of the body excer t a small section of ihe trunk and the back of the head. Hub.v hands kept the burning faggots piled upon the roasiing segment. Women came to the scene by scores and elbowed their way into the inner circle of spectators, unmoved by the horror of the spectacle. As public entiment upholds the lynching, no prosecutions are ex pected. . .Garden Seed. . 9 f IR Direct From Landreth. W. P. WOLDRIDGE, Druggist. Cll for Catalogue. o WHY NOT COLUMBIA? iieinz, the Pickel Man, and a Farni- ' ture Concern Seeking Locations. Air. John W. Fry is in receipt of two letters from Air. G. A. Park, division Freight and Passenger Agent of tho L. it N , at Owensboro, Ky., which should be of interest to Columbia and Alaury county. One of the letters states that II. J. Heinz & Co., the famous pickle and food product men, are looking for a loca tion in the South, where they can estab lish a plant and distributing point. Such a plaint, it is claimed, would benefit the farmers a great deal and give employment to a number of people. The Other letter (states that Hie l:,n . Chester Furniture Co.. of Manchester. O., is also looking for a site to locate a manufacturing plant. Mr. Park suggests that Columbia make an etFjrt to secure these enter prises. The suggestion is certainly a good one, and it remains for souio one to take hold of the m.ittur and push it along. RELIGIOUS NEWS. Air. AIcFerrin had a surprise in store for the prayer meeting audience at the First Methodist church Wednesday night, and a delightful one it was. lb-. Martin, representing tho AlcCluro Publishing (Jo., was present, and boing called upon delighted the audience with as enter taining and instructive' a half hour's talk as one could wish io hear. The Doctor has traveled everywhere and ob served much; and from what he has seen and heard in his wanderings around the world, ho believes there is a better day coming by-and bye, the dawn of which may already be seen from tl e hilltops, ltf three cities of Indi., nine years ago, more than five thousand women mounted the funeral pyre, and with the heads of their dead husbands in tneir laps, were burned to death, in conrormity with a custom of the country. The snread of tho mund ,.t ucBua vwirisr,, uy consecrated m aries, nad wrought that change. Ten years ago there were something over i i ' . . seven thousand saloons i nicago ; now there are only about half uiau numner, and their number is fin creasing there and elsewhere and everv- aim meir uaya are numbered. Not only in religious circles Knt in auu uusmess circles as well, a strong undercurrent of thought ucnwjB a puoiic sentiment that in uie near ruture, and nearer per naps ttian some of us think, would drive the saloons out of our towns and cities and the rum trallie out of busi ness it had already driven self-re- oH.-uuK men, and tt ose who respect .mi iajhiwoh or tneir famines, out ff iiik l...n: r w ' . uuiucas. L,iiristianity was working that change. Dr. Alartin's ousiuess win detain him here several days longer, an i he has consented to lecture at the First Methodist church next Sunday evening at 7-:tn nV.ir.ob-. and'we think it would be safe to say that every single individual, young and w.va, nuu jle;tru mm last evening, will be mure man pleased to hear him aain His subject Sunday night will be" the oioepes or L,ife, and How to Climb iii em. it is a lecture of especial in terest to the young. At a meeting held Wednesday night at the First Presbyterian church, a "Young iueu s ueague was lormed, the pur pose of which is to furnish entertain ment at the Sunday evening ai.rpir.oa and thereby increase the attendance and merest. Ihe following were elected officers of the League: Dr. J. T, Aieadors, President ; U. H. Fostfr, vice-President ; Jas. L. ATcGaw, Secre tary. Tho following committees were appointed : Programme committee Vm. Dale, Jr., Connor Akin, Wm. ii.vans; invitation committee Jake Marian, A. U. Kennedy, Wm. Howard. U. H. Foster, Joe B. Borum, Briggs Mc Lemore; Alusic committee Connor a am, ur.j.T. Meadows, A. B. Rains, Joe Towler, U. H. Foster; Ushers William Evans, Bruce Cochran, ,Wm. Wilson, Wm. Howard. The next meet ing of the League will he held next Wednesday night, after prayer meeting, when arrangements for their work will be completed. The meeting at the South Columbia Methodist church, conducted by Joe M. Ramsey, was brought to a close Sunday night. There were several additions to me cnurch, and the membeis greatly revived. were Lynnville Rev B. D. Kennedy, pastor of the Brick church and Coin ersville Presbyterian churches, has re ceived and accepted a call to the Pres byterian church at Troy, Alo. Rev W. B. Capers, the new Rector of St. Peter's church, will arrive about March 6. Lenten services are being held at this church every Alonday and Friday afternoon. Elder Logue, of Lynnville, and Elder J. Paul Slayden, exchanged pulpits Sunday, Elder Logue preaching two interesting sermons in the Christian church of this city. St. Peter's Parish Society will meet in the Sundav-school room of the church next Alonday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. A. J. Hole of Nashville, will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday, morning and evening. Who is William Stevenson. Postmaster Fariss ri; n sneei-il ,1a livery letter from Cincinnati, addressed to William Stevenson at this place. The letter was opened through mistake by the wrong person, and the one for whom it is intended cannot be found. It con tains some very important information. Western Kates Reduced. Greatly reduced one-way rates w ill be in etrect from Chicago via the Wisconsin Central Railway to oints in Alinnesota, North Dakota, .Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Briti h Columbia each Tuesday, com re n.ing February 12th and continuing until April .Tilth. For detailed information inquire of nearest ticket agent, or address T. D Campbell, I). P. A., W. C. Ry., 42 Carew Building. Cincinnati, O., or Jas. C. Pond, Gen'l Passenger Agent, Alil waukee, Wis. apl30-wad tu th. Gave Bond. George Young, colored, who shot Jim Davis, another negro, in West End last week, gave bond TuwIht !.f, Tucker and was released. I hi ine J t ftuilo7.cn Men's L'tieii Collars,' staining and lav down, all si.es Hiid HhHpCH, loc quality, ftc Hoys' Standing and Foul Col lars, linen rK. Men's White Linen C. u li s, straight and links, per pair Hie Men's Fancy ('nils, p,.f i,!tir. . . Tie likiic' lanen Collars, stand ing Ladies' Hibhed Vests . ...... Ladies Vests and l'imts. u liit'i.' ftc l.M! cream and gray, special va1- ue lor. ' , o-M, Ladies' Cnion Suits, good qniil- " it .v.. e-K. Boys' heavy fleece-lined ShirJs and Drawers, a garment ii Men's fancy striped Cnder shirts and Drawers, reduced from .fi.no u suit 7,-. Men's elastic seam Canton Drawer.-, bleached, reduced ft!'c Men h heavy gray Shirts ami Drawers, a Miit. . . . ,-,,),. Ibavy Double I'lii.sh I.h'i, t Holies Men's Spring and ifi-i t Army J.eg- gins Boy s' A nil v Atic up v Leggins. Lunch Iioxes Lunch Baskets . School Hags . , , Feather Dusters Wool Dusters Hat Hacks '. Boiling Pins Butter Moulds .. 10 to 15c ID to HI to Z'ii; .15, 'S to atic Jin to 4!c 10 to 15c 5 to lOe lite ( orn Poppers. .... i i ' to lOe , bi to 50c Oill Mods e()(, Fire Shovels 4 to 1ft" oh i i on .'s Hearth 15c loc 2 and 3c Brooms ' Stove Polish Stove Paste, lanre box' irate Varnish, per can, 10 and 20c 4 Lanterns ... ... ar... oc New Lino Window 4 Shades ... 12,30to4!c t limited Cuspidors ftandio-? 2 Nickle.1 o and 5c 4 ( ohblers'Sets.lOinbox, line Shoe Nails, per box. ... :(; 4 Shoe lfamu.ers o(. 4 Shoe Knives p)c Half Soles, per pair.. 10, 15 and lc I Iron Stands and 3 Lasts, 30c Brass Lamps p),. Crokinole Hoards .Si. il 25 t i r m F. SWAMSBURG, Propr. LIVE STOCK NOTES. Ilien LifOS. shinned a n:il nf hnrrj in uouisville. Houston Th load of hogs, cattle and sheen frnm the stock yards. He also bought a fine load of sheeD from Messrs Hpnmhunh and Brown, of Spring Hill, aud shipped Mule Sale. Messrs. Y. W. Halev Pin iuau or extra hne mare mum for anl ii me btoeU larrls Satnnlav T)mni.. nia not bring as good prices as expected, However, auu tne sale was stopped after even neaa naa been sold. The prices rangea from $1.'0 to $110. Marriage Licenses. K. A. Marrow to Miss Maggie Pattop. r . A. Connellv to Mi berry. A. JSJ. Mann to Miss A. Pugh. Dogs Did It. Mr. Lovick Loftin of the neighborhood, is verv much in fnvnr nt a uog law. one night this week dogs ... . t ; . u; a i . i ...... o k"1 "'H hock or sneep, and killed all except two lambs. Fourteen head, v dued at about $70, were destroyed. Improving Ice Factory. The Columbia Ice Compsnv are mnk- ing preparations for the comintr wurm season. They are overhauling thi- plant, putting in new machin.. niakiug extensive improvements. ' Trial Grows Interesting. Nashville. Frb 27. Th ho.rin,, of the Under . vood Cunningham libel suit nn continued before Judte Clark in the Federal Court yesterday morning. Tne morning neasion was oreezy and full of snap and the feat ure wa the contents of a letter writ- 'euoyiMr :uiiningham to Charles Mroadway Rouss. in which n.r..i.ul attack was made on Gen Underwood io- ins alleged inlscond.ict during the Tennessee Oi.tennial. Boarders Wanted. Elegant place in private family for two young gentlemen, or man and wife. Inquire at 1 U:n a li office. wdit Latest Cloakroom Wit. This is th latest couuudruin Id the henate cloakroom: "Why does Ooni Paul wear rubbers?;- "To keep lie wt from de feat." Washington Post. One of the Tornado Victims. Lula Lostick, the little white child who was so severely hurt in the tornado in Novemler, has just bwn dismissed by her physician, Ir. Timmons, as be ing well. A Curious Animal. Why hould anorel writer be an xtraordiD.y looking .nlm,? IlocaiKA of hit tale coming out of hti head. Philadelphia Ldgr. THE J Jt R. R 9 W r J IS m M m B Hi ft JOO WEST, LSuceesRor to West &. Nichols.) THE PROFESSIONAL UNDERTAKER ANI EM8ALMER, Keeps constantly on hand all kind of Jlefalie, Cloth and Wooskets and Cases, liurial IJobpsKtc. Bodies scientifically embalmed and carofu ly prepared for shipment when di sired Sacred trusts com inlt ted to our care will ho faithfully as well as 'Von. scientiously" discharged, whether with regard to the performance of duty, or the charges" to he mado therefor or whether those in distress be rich or poor. You can call us by telephone at anv hour, night or day, and be assured of prompt attention. Citizens' Telepone, oltice,45. , V, ..V. ' ,o1"1 " ert's residence, 171. Hell I elephone; residence, ;i7ft. Hell Telephohe, olliee, !;. Corner Xorlh Main and Sixth ijtieett, mavw Columbia, Tenn. J. If. DINNING, AV. 4. DINXixa. DINNING & DINNING. AT rORNEYS - AT LAW. Will practice in all the Courts. Brown Block. Upstairs, South Side S(iiare, Columbia, Tenn. Citizens' 'Phone i!Hl. ''K-lv :p:r,. e. g-. G-ttjm-T. DKNTaL SI HtJKOX. Has moved his ftc to his new buildintr north corner H. theil House, in stniis, nHr-' dun si rent, Oillce hours: S:80 a. in. to 4 p m . 1-ls-iy ' EARNEST A. TIMMONS, M. D. Author of "LOVE, colrtship and marriage." Physician and Surgeon. Office No 17, South Garden street. Olliee hours f to 11 a. m., i to 2 p. m. anu at night. Cit. phone 123. j 11-jy iiissoi.rriox no tick. The firm of Frierson A Tucker was dissolved on February 1st, 11X11, by mu tual consent, Mr. W. F. Tucker retiring from the business. Mr. David F. Fleming having suc ceeded Mr. Tucker, the business will be carried on hereafter under the lirm name of Frierson Jt Fleming. All par ties indebted to the lii in of Frierson it Tucker are requested t . settle with the new firm. Respectfully, - J no. W. Fhiehsov, Jr. 8 -It W. F U'CKKit LYNCHING FHOBABLE. Posse After Negro Who Committed a Criminal Assault. Liberty, I kxn . Feb. 27. A posse otuiigry men is scour i ng the country around Liberty in search of John Todd, a negro accused of criminally assaulting Ada Hays, a fifteen-year-old girl, the daughter of a respect able farmer, whose home is one mile wfst of Libi-riy. The girl gave birth to a mulatto child to-day and alleged that Todd had assaulted her last summer at the point of a pistol. The girl said she creamed at once and her assailant threatened her with instant death if she continued her outcry, and after committing the deed he said if she ever told of the crime it would cost her her life. There is much excitement. Hoosier Corn Planters are second to none, but head the planter family. With and with but check rower. Bee tf Satterfield & Dodson. Caused Much Excitement. Nashville. Tenn., Feb. 27 Fire in a closet in the Tulane Hotel at an early hour this morning, caused a t'anic in that hostelry. Gov. Mc Millin, who is ill in the hotel, and a number of other guests were hustled out of the house, while women and children ran screaming in every di rection. The Are was extinguished with a damage of about $1 000. COLUMBIA MARKET REPORT. I Corrected by Frierson & Embry. Cotton ". 8itSl Produce. Butter nan 11 x I gtrs w thickens J0((J,12 Hens fj leese Turkevs ' Ducks Si r earners, uoose 32 Wool, unwashed lit Wool, tubwaMied .. . -, IV. ...1 1 uu.rjr HtiHU ivtrnwnx oriihum , Honey H11 M 35 7 (( 10 Field Seed. Red Clover. Northern Crimson Clover $7.00 Oats 5.00 .. .H? rimothy 2m Blue (trass Red Top, prime Red Top. fanev. ner lh 7.VU..r0 2.")(" ')0 11 1 .M) Orchard (iraH Millet II unii srian 1 ,w, Stock peas, from wajon ... l.no .e. ii Parley 73 Flour and Grain. Floir: Kira family straight I'ateDl DroceNS 3.75 4 n) 2.75 m Meal from store Corn, per bbl , neat Pork. Hams, from wagon... Siilea Shoulder. w 7v: -Tennessee CultiTatora are Improred fn this pea on. Come and aoe the best cultirator ever offered on this market, tf Sattckmelu 1 Dodso.