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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, JAKUAltY 21, 1898.
Leftwich, Jan. 17. Old "uncle" John
II. Gilliam, who lived near here, died
last Friday, January 14th, being 1)7
years, 1 month and l5 days old at the
time of his death, lie was a Virginian
by birth, and his parents came to Ten.
nessee while he was a boy eijrht years
old, and settled at Rock Spring, ii'i the
24th district of Maury County. He was
a man of robust constitution, ami, al
though he was not a member of any
church, he had some traits of character
worthy or imitation, iin was imnet m
his dealing with his fellowman, and
mingled with persons of. good moral
characters. There remains now only
one member of this large family, Mr.
Nancy J. Hardison, who will soon bo
83 years old
Eld. S. T. Se well preached an interest
ing sermon at Autioch Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Leftwich, of Columbia,
spent last week with her sister, Mis
Mollie Leftwich. ,
Eld. J. II. Morton and wife have re
turned to Kast Tennessee.
The affable Joe Foster was circulating
in our midst last week, visiting the
correspondents and soli"iling sub
scribers. We are very sorry indeed
that we were-absent from home,, but
hope he will come again soon
Your humble scribe spent several
days last week with relatives near ("all.
Mrs. Sam Morton gave a nice enter
tainment last Thursday night. It was
greatly enjoyed by all present.
Mavd and Blanche.
terEthridge spent Boveral days of last
week, with Mr. Gamble's parents near
Bro. N. C. Derryberry, of Lasca, will
occupy the pulpit at Philadelphia the
third Sunday in next month.
Little Miss Media Allen is visiting
her aunt, Miss Fanny Tate, near Bigby
Some of onr people who killed hogs
the recent cold spell have lost their
Mrs. Smithson, a very uged lady of
this place, is suffering from a badly
Prof. J. I). Derrvberrv. of Lasea. sung
at Philadelphia last Sunday morning.
On account of the inclemency of the
weather, there was not a very large
Miss I'attie Denton, or Uroveland, Is
isitiug Miss Huby Wilkes at this writ-
CATARIt II CANNOT UK Cl ItED
with local Applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is
a blood or a constitutional disease, and in
order to cure It you- must take Internal
remedies. Hall's catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally and acts directly on tho blood und
mucous surfaces. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is
not a quack medicine It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians In the country
for years, and 1h a regular prescription. It
is composed of the liest tonics known, com
Mned with the lst blood jiurillers, acting
l tree tl.tr on Urn mucous Mirjuce. ' 1 tie nor
feet combination of tin- two ingredients Is
what produces such wonderful remits in
curing catarrh." send for testimonials. free
K.J. CH KKSKV & Co. Props. Toledo, t .
Bold by druggists, price "".
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
Campiiih.l's Station, Jan. 17. Mr
John Martin, of Nashville, a popular
employee of the L. v N. Ii'iilroad, is on
a visit to his father's family, Mr. V. (
Miss Georgia McMurry. of Ettaton
spent last week with your scribe and
Mr. Bill Coker and daughter returned
to their homo in Texas, Wednesday,
after a visit to relatives here.
Kev. K. McLiiniine tilled his ap
iiointmetlt at tcf fUiTlst.u ehuroli ilwt
Sundav. I lliH'seiriiJe-t Uiavel been! ell
gaged fof they euli U Vi it U fiiit
Kev. R. S. (iiav. of Andrews, tilled
tho nulnit of Kverireeti C. P. Church
on last Sunday- JhvUlipi"! for us
during the year.
The directors met at the Academy oi
last Thursday to determine some mat
ters In regard to the school. It is to be
hoped that the former teacher, 'Pr
Figures, will snciy-ed himself. :, - :
Mesdames W. H. Coffey and J. C
Ilobbs paid relatives; at .BigbyyjUt.
visit last week.
Mr, J. Bv Kerr was ; at Spring Hii
several days last week with the view
of nnrehasintr a farm
Mr. Clarence Gracy is in Mt. Pleasaii
for some time on business. . .t
Mr. Jordan Ilobbs has returned from
Godwin, where he has been for somo
ROCK SLDLv w4 C C
Rock Sipb, Jan. !(. As we have no
seen any items from this place in some
time, we will Jot down what little news
we have gathered.
Bro. McKennon failed to fill his ap
pointment at Mt. Olivet yesterday.
We regret to bear , that Ollie Cran
ford is very low with pneumonia. W
hotin ha will soon recover.
Mr. Emmet Butler happened to a bad
Accident the other day while haulinc
boards. In lifting the fore wheel of th
wagon, he sDraiucd live of his ribs, and
the iuiurv is paining liim very much
Mrs. Etta Younger and four swee
little children, of Nashville, arc th
micsts of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W
Mrs. Minnie Marshall, we are glad to
State, is improving after a severe ill
ness. Mrs. McCaw, we are sorry to say, is
no better at present. Miss Anna
Myrtle Sowell, of Santa Fe, has re
turned home after a pleasant visit to
her cousin, Miss Lucy Owon. t
Miss Carrie Marshall of this place,
has gone to Petersburg to slay awhile
with her grandmother.
The little child of Mrs. Hlnkla is
Miss Mattle Owen is some better at
this writing, we are glad to state.
Obahta and Opium.
T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I bnughtone
bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism
and two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
by A B. Rains, druggist, Columbia 8m
W EST TOIST.
West Point. Jan. 17. Rev. D. T.
Waynick, of your city, will preach here
next sabbath afternoon at a o ciock.
Wheat is looking well in this part of
he moral vineyard.
U. II. Fitzgerald is having a well
bored in his yard. His son Eugene and
Albert tioaa are doing the work.
(lad to see lines from our friend and
school-mate, "Myrt." again. Olsd to
read items from Shadv Grove last week.
Hope "Roinola" will not forget the
resolution to write often. Although we
haven't faintest idea who you are, we
are glad to hear from that place. Wish
that Isom's Store would be represented
in the IIkkalp'b newsy columns often.
Kev. J. W. Vestal, or near Nashville
Is visiting relatives here at this writ
Ina.-- ' v " " ) ' ' '
Edd Fitzgerald is on a visit to friends
at Brentwood. . ! '
Mr. J. W. Bassham has bought a nice
t of shecu.
Mr. S. P.. Armstrong, of Godwin, is on
an extended visit to friends here now.
With best wishes, I remain,
lightful manner. Innocent games
were the principle feature, and at a
suitable hour refreshments of the mo6t
enticing nature were nerved. Those
who were so fortunate to enjoy the
evening were: Misses Pauline borsett,
Annie Kinzer, Nannie Roll Kast, Mary
Choate, Lizzie Hill, Maggie Hull,
Laura, Jteulah and Katherine Porter:
Messrs. Lee Harris. . W. Stoekard,
Will Heece, W. A., H. V. and Joe Frank
orter, Kuhn and Marvin Johnson.
Stoekard Choate, Paul Sheddan, O. W.
Mailings, Everette Garner and Kev. .
Last Saturday evening the Misses
Hull entertained in honor of their
cousin, Mr. Walter Harnett, of Carter's
reek. A number of their friends were
delightfully entertained. Misses East
and Sheddan and Mr. Burnett honored
the occasion with beautiful music on
the guitar and mandolin. Refresh
ments were served and at a lata hour
good-byes were said reluctantly.
iuiss lizzie inn has returned to ner
home at Hen, after a few week's visit to
her aunt, Mrs. Robt. Moore, Jr.
Mis? Nannie Belle East has returned
to her home In. Savannah, after an ap
preciated visit to her cousins, the
Misses Porter. She was accomoanied
home by Mrs. L. S. Porter and Lou
Willie, who will spend a few days
there with relatives.
The many friends of Mr. Jasper Car-
r'gan are glad to know he is resting
nicely after undergoing a painful
operation performed by Drs, Pillow,
Forgey and Collins. Mr.. Carrigan is
an upright christian man, and has a
non oi menus wno wisn mm a speeay
we are sorry to team oi tne seriou
condition of Mr. J. Spencer Kittrell,
who was kicked by a horse recently.
We hope the unfortunate young man
win soon recover.
Miss Gertrude Maxwell is the guest
of Miss Pauline Iiorsett. '
Mrs. Katherine Hvrd, of ' Washington
City, whose childhood's home was
Wuliamsport, visited old friends here
recently. She was accompanied by
Miettie Mai Cecil, or Lipscomo.
Misses I era Taylor and Elma roiuns
have returned from a . pleasant visit to
relatives at Winchester. ' '
Mrs. Helen Wade has returned to her
home in West Tennessee, after a pleas-
ant visit to Mr. J. P. Choate and family.
We are sorry to report Mesdames
Minnie Harris, R. Hull and Miss Annie
Kinzer, Mr. J. P. Choate and Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Russell on the sick list.
The many friends pf ;Mr. Horace
Grimes are glad to know he. is much
better after several days illness.
Miss Ethel Williams, of Shady Grove,
was the guest of AlrS. George May
berry last Week.
Mr. Tom Avers, of Cedar Hill, visited
old friends here since our last.
Miss Al he Hughes. Novfolk. va . was
frightfully burned on the face and
neck. Pain was instantly relieved by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, whic
healed tho injury without leaving
scar. It is tho famous pile remedy. A
B. Ralus. ly
.IyoM.Jan.. 17. After an absence of
everal wok. we again come with the
iipws of our village, mid hope 'that the
kind editor will paraon us, as we maae
it one of our new year resolutions to be
mure pnnctualtn the future. . ,
"Miss fanny wnuesine, wno nas oeen
visiting friends and relatives on -Swan
Creek, has returned homo. .,-
..Miss Mary Jones has been visiting
relatives in Hampshire.
Miss Earlv Bakerj who has been visl
tine the family of Mr. John C. Cum
mins. has returned home. M
Mr. Carl Baker, of Indian Territory
has been visiting friends In this vi
cinity." He will enter school in Shady
tirove in a few davs.
Prof. Fielder is on the sick list, and
we ore sorry to say lie . is not improv
iiitr as rarjirllv as was hoped for.
Mr. J. C. Savage has been indisposed
4 Mrs. j. ji. Kennedy, wh(T has been
very Bickfor some tlmo has about re
covered.'" " ' ' " "
Mr. Spencer Kittrell has removed
home and is improving. He was thrown
from his -horse and severely injured
near Carter's Creek.
There will he no school at this place
this winter, on account of tlio ill health
of Prof. Fielder. , Kate.
Contagious B'ood Poison has been ap
propriately called the curse of mankind.
It is the one disease that physicians can
not cure; their mercurial aud potash
remedies only bottle up the poison in
the system, to surely break forth in a
more virulent form, resulting in a total
wreck of the system.
Mr. Frank B. Martin, a prominent
Jeweler at 920 reusyivama Ave., Wash
time uuder treat
fneut of two of
the best physi
cians of this city,
lor a severe case
of blood poison,
but my condition
grew worse all
the while, not
if"? charged me three
I f hundred dollars,
iy My mouth was
filled with eating Pores; my tongue was
almost eaten away, so that for three
months I was unable to-taste any solid
If you want the best thing ever offered
in the way of a FARM WAGON, buy a
running, best ironed
It is the lightest
and painted wagon that has ever been of
fered for sale on, this market. It also has
15 new and important improvements not to
di wSfeai e na( on any wagon. Don't buy until
coS have examined it.. We have a tew
rant two-horse farm wagons that
uniunru citfuievu uuuici. . n
we will sell out cheap, as we must have
sound and well, my skin was without a
.J T liatro YiaA no return of
lifco-S room for new spring stock.
ison? -ToSS pi. ,cthedisea lor 3-inch running gear.
ana its treat
free by Swift
Atlanta, Ga. ,
An Vnocrtala DUcaM.
There is no disease more uncertain in its
ntiture than dyspepsia. Physicians say that
tlie symptoms of no two cases agree. It is
thercf re most dillicult to make a correct
(tinsnosis. No matter how severe, or under
u- hut disguiaeilyspt-psia attacks you. Browns'
Iron Bitt-rs will cure it. Invaluable in all
'1 incases of tlie stomach, Mood and nerves,
lirowns' Iron Bitters is Bold by all dealers.
tertained a number of their friends very
pleasantly last week.
. Miss Lola Buchanan has - returned
home after spending a few da'B with
Mrs. v ill Matin ews.
Miss Delia Lockhart, of - Porter's
Chapel, visited friends here last week.
Mr. Wilson, the blacksmith, has re
turned to Columbia. Messrs. Brumbach
and Wilsford have charge of the shop
at present, and will be ready for work
when a smith can be secured. ' '. '
Messrs. Silas Abbert and Charlie Ad-
kisson visited friends at ' Andrews last
Messrs. ; Robert Maxwell ana Alt
Flbminc. of Culleoka. were the suests
of Mr. J. W. Matthews' family since
Mrs. Yancv. of McCains, visited Mrs.
Pearl Thomas, of this place last week.
Mr. Alex Krwm is wan wr- inomas
at Bicbvville this week. - . ! i ,
Mrs. SallieFlv. of McCains. -was the
guest of Miss Annie Freeman recently.
Save Your Life
By using "The New (ireat South
American Kidney Cure." This new
remedy is a great surprise on account
of its exceeding promptness in reliev
ing pain in the Kidney, Bladder and
Back in male or female. It relieves re
tention of water, aud pain in passing it
almost immediately. Save yourself bv
using this marvelous curer Its use will
prevent fatal consequences in almost all
cases by its great alterative and healing
powers. Sold by A. B. Rains, Druggist,
-Columbia, Tenn. (febl'-i ly.
Park'8 Station, Jan. hi. After an
itliwura of several weeks, which was
caused by scarcity of news, we will
again send in what few items we have
We have hail plenty of rata for the
We are sorry to state that Mrs. S. S.
Craig, who has been very sick for sev
eral weeks, is no better. Mrs. Betsy
Cheek is also iu very feeble health.
Were the wishes of their many menus
granted, they would soon lie restored to
Messrs. Nim Cheek and Jeff Brauch,
who were oil the sick list last week, are
well again. .
Bro. Spivey will pivtfh at Muyrnu
the second Sunday in February, lie
will preach at that place regularly once
a month 011 the second Sunday.
Mis. tieorge Benton and little son
Richard are on a visit to Mrs. Benton's
mother, Mrs. Carter, in Nashville.
Mr. The. Huckabv, of West Colum
bia, visited relatives iu this commuuity
Mr. Revis, of North Carolina, is visit
ing Mr. Andrew Bryant, at Bryants
Rev. James II. Morton and wife, of
Berlin, were visiting Mesdames Nim
Cheek and Bud Purdom last week.
Mr. John Uayes, vf Rock spnai:,
visited his sister, Mrs. Piukston, recent
ly "Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gamble and Mas-
KHEt'MATISM Ct'ItED IN A DAY.,
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically oures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterious. It removes at once
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene
lits; 75 cents. Sold by A. B. Rains, drug
gist, Columbia, Tenn. octlS 8m
Wilmammi'oht, Jan. IS. Services
have been changed at the Methodist
church from morning to the afternoon
at 2:."!0, ou the first and third Sundays.
, Rev. S. L. McCarty tilled his regular
appointment at Recce's last Sunday,
and .spent a few days iu tho neighbor
hood visiting his mambers.
The Cumberland Telephone Company
is running a line through here, putting
up the wires to Little Lot.
On last Tuesday evening Dr. Leon
and Miss Lula Sheddan entertained a
number of their friends In a most do-t
Jameson, January 17. As my last
notes escaped the waste-basket, t will
monopolize a small portion of yonr.
time again, although 1 will confess my
Inability to give you very many items
this time, as a "quietus" seems to nave
fallen over our neighborhood since the
Mr. C. W. McMeen, one of onr most
hltrhlv esteemed young men, left Satur
day for Mississippi, to be gone several
months. We reuret seeing him leave
very much. Mr. Clifton Jameson
comoanied him as far as Nashville.
Miss Maggie Mai Terrell spent a few
davs with home-people recently.
Pr. G. W. Bass is on a visit to his
father, who is dangerously ill, at Lebanon.
Miss Nora Hull, of Williamsport,
spent two weeks with the Misses Fos
Master Porter Gary is now attending
the Branham and Hughes school at
Elder Lipscomb preached at Beech
Grove last Sunday.
Mr. T. S. McMeen will leave this
week for Murfreesboro on business.
Misses Cammie Alexander, Ktlie and
Ora Anderson attended the ZeUner-
English marriage at Thompson's Sta
Mrs. S. B. Nichols and Mrs. Joe Fos
ter visiteu in our neighborhood last
Joe Ramsey lectured at Pope's Chapel
ast Sunday evening, and reorganized
the lipworth League. Au revolr.
. fflEE' TILLS. ",
Send your address to II. E. Bucklen &
ft f1Vi(orn on1 orfifr a frpA aamrtla ho
of l)r. Kind's New Life Fills. A trial
will convince you of their merits. These
oills are easy in action and are particu
larly effective in the cure of congtipa-l
tion ana sick neaaacne. or maiariai
and liver troubles they have , been
proved invaluable. They are guaran
teed to be perfectly free from every
deleterious substance and to be purely
vegetable.' They do 'not' weaken by
tneir action, out oy giving wuo to
stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate
the system. Regular size i cents per
box. Sold by WoldridgeV Irvine, Drug
gists. June ly ij
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We oiler everything in
our house at, exactly
for the next 'thirty days.
We aie determined not
to carry over any winter
goods. Don't spend your
money until you see
We also have a large Jline of Buggies,
?ZtTJ&t KSK Surreys, Buck Wagons, etc.', : and will give
isi- you the best goods tor the money to be had.
THE SI KHIISE OF ALL.
Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones it Son, Cowden, 111., in speaking
of Pr. Kinc's New Discovery, says that
ast winter his wife was attacked with
a grippe, and her case grew so seri
hat vhvsicians at Cowden and P
could do nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into hasty consumption. Hav
ing nr. King's Aew Discovery in store,
and selling lots of it. he took a bottle
home, and to tbesurprtso of all stie oe-
aan to tret better from first dose, and
half dozen dollar bottles cured ner
sound and well. Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds is guaranteed to do this good
work. Try it! Free trial bottles at W old-
riage x. irvine s Drug store.
junei ly. 4
Neak Smyrna, Jan. 18.-Mr. Ollie
Cranford is seriously ill with pneu
monia. We wish for him a speedy re
Alias Haute Aiuuins is visiting reia
tlves at Columbia at this writing.
Mrs. J. J. Minor, who has been on the
sick list, we are glad to report some bet
ter at this writine.
Miss Dellie Andrews spent several
days with vour scribe last week.
Miss Mary Hardison, of Lasea, went
to Columbia last week to stay awhile,
to have her eyes treated.
e are ulad to report Mrs. Pawl some
better at this writine.
With best wishes to the Hehai.p and
its many readers, I am, Dew Diior
Mrs. R. P.steirall
Miss Maxwell, of Blgbyville,
tine Misses Podson and Polk.
Miss Aora null nas returnea to ner
home at Williamsport. after a visit to
Mr. Mort McMeen left Saturday lor
Benick. Miss., to be gone about two
Mr. Clifton Jameson was in JNasn-
Tille the first of the weeL.
Mr. G. W. Nichols, of Ltvingston,
Ala., was here last week on business.
MiRses Craiir and Knleht. of itroad
view, were the zuests of Miss Ola Dug-
car Inst -week.
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Miss jeanette cnurcn win go 10 uuu
win the last, of the week to spend sev
Miss Allie Dale has gone to Mollno to
anpnd the winter with her uncle.
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Mr. UOltie Jeai enveriaineu iw ui
his friends Priday night. Refresh
mnnts were served dnrinir the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. tstegalleutertaineu
the voune people Monday nignt in
honor of Miss Marv Mitchell.
The Blank: duo win meet wun
Misses Kflle and Ora Anderson the 27th
The Christian Endeavor Hooiety is
thinking of having a "tacky party"
soon. i '
The followine resolutions were pass
ed by a committee from the Christian
Kndeavor Society of this place:
"Beinit desirous to give expression of
regret at the loss of the members of
Bro. Dale's family from our Christian
Kndeavor Society, who have endeared
themselves to us bv their faithful dis
charge of every duty, we write this
memento as a testimony of our regard.
During their stay of one short , year
tnev maue many menus iu our miusu
We part with them with regret and af
fectionately recommend them to the
community to which they have gone
Mrs. C. S. Nichoi-s.
Mrs. H. P. Steuall.
Mrs. J. N. Foster.
Christian Endeavor Comt.
PRICE OF BUCK WAGON $27.00.
Our stock of Disc 'Plows'is complete, as
we have two of the best makes; have been
used for the past year and have given uni
versal satisfaction.1 '
Give us a trial when you want farming
hardware and we will treat you right.
It Is easy to catch a cold and just as
easy to get rid of it if you commence
early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It
cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneu-
. . -. . i
monia aud all throat aud lung trouuies.
It is Pleasant to take, safe to use and
Mrs. Mary Bird, of Ilarrisburg, Pa.,
says, "My child is worth millions to
me, vet I would have lost her by croup
had 1 not invested twenty-live cents in
a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure." It
cures coughs, colds and all throat and
lung troubles. A. B. llalns. ly
Sux:ysipk, Jan. 17. Another two
weeks have passed, and it is lime to
send in the few items I have gathered.
Mr. Sam Scott has returned from a
business trip to Kentucky.
ScIhm.1 hegins at this place this morn
ing with Miss A n lite Freemau as
Mrs. Eliza Dixon has returned from a
two week's visit to her son in Alabama.
Mrs. Ida MeCandless is somewhat
improved at this writing.
Misses Mary Iee Napier and Claud
Stoekard are boarding at Mr. J. II.
Thomas' and going to the McDowell
Misses Minnie and Lizzie Scott en
sure to cure. A. B. Rains.
Mali.arp. Jan. l Apam I come
with a few items for tlie dear old Hkh-
Mrs. Clara Rush, who has been quite
sick, is about well again.
Mr. J. D. Derryberry was on the sick
list last week.
Mr. Steavu Bnsh, we are sorry to
port, is no better.
We have had plenty of rain for the
last week, and old Rutherford is on an
other big boom.
Fount Chappel, while crossing Ruth
erford crerk Saturday afternoon, cot a
good "ducking." His horse fell in the
swift part, aud both horse and rider
went under, but fortunately they made
it out safely after ail.
Misses Prust and Fitzgerald cuter-
tained a few of their fricnu une night
Miss Annie r itzgcraSJ is visiting, m
MissUeorgie Delea bas returned to
Just received a car of WASHBURN &
ever offered. Also Cincinnati
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