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TIIE lOLl'MHlA HFAIAL.D: FlflOAl', FEBUUAltV 4, 18US.
Leftwich, Jan. 31. Since our last
-we received the sad intelligence that
the infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miller, cf Texas, had been snatched
away from earth to bloom in heaven.
The'little one had been suffering for
sometime with meningitis, when the
all-wise Father saw fit to take him
away. We greatly sympathize with
the bereaved ones, But will say to
them, "Look upward, for tho spirit of
the dear departed will always be with
you, though his body sleeps in the
tomb." . Mrs. Miller and little chil
dren spent the summer with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Craig, at this
place, who became very much attached
to the little one.
The young people enjoysd them
selves very, much at the nice enter
tainment given by Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Hardison last Thursday night.
Mrs. Fannie Jackson, who has been
sick for some time, we are sorry to say
is no better.
Mrs. Edman Baxter, of Silver Creek,
snont several dava last week with her
sister, Mrs. Andy llardiBon.
Miss Bessie Kux, of Hurricane, spent
several days last week with relatives in
our midst. 8he was accompanied
home by Miss Alice Jackson, who in
tends spending a week with her.
Miss Laura Renolds, of Verona, is
spending several weeks with relatives
here.' Maude and Blanchk.
Union, Jan. 30. As I have not seen
anything from this part of the moral
vineyard, I will endeavor to jot down
what few items I have gathered.
Mr. Archie Walters had the misfor
tuue to get his leg broken by his team
miming away and throwing him oil
the wagon.' Dr. M. F. Walker set the
Mr. W. F. Godwin and Miss Lillie
Smithson were qubtly married at the
home of the "bride's parents one day
last week. Only a few were present.
Mr. Fd. Petty and Mr. Joe Turpin
and families have moved into our
Grandma K Inzer is now living with
her daughter, Mrs. M. T. White.
Mr. J. C. Godwin is here from Nash
villa u Vioio ha hna henn livlntir. for the
last two months. He Intends returning
next week. IjKO,
T. F, Anthony, ex -postmaster, of
Promise Citv, Iowa, says: "I.boughtone
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. Kains, druggist, Columbia. 8m
LOCO AM) JAMESON.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
any case of Catarrh that cun not be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
K.J.CHENEY A CO., Props., Toledo. O.
We the underslKned, have known K. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him nerfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations matte by their firm.
WestATruax, Wholesale Druggist, To
Waldlng, Klnnan 4 Marvin. Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood anil mucous
surfaces of t he system. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimo
nials free. Hall's Family Pillsare the best
Pock Sipk, Jan. '50. This being the
fifth Sunday, we did not have any ser
vice at Mt.' Olivet. We have a large
Mr. Oritllth is the guest of Mr. Kirk
A meat manv people of this
wenttoHock Springs yesterday
fifth Sunday meeting.
Mr. Rube llolman moved to the
Voorhies placo last week.
Mr. llardison, of Leftwich, has rented
the Cyrus place, and will move this
week. We welcome him in our midst.
, OHASTA AND ODIl'M.
There are three little things which do
more work thau any other three lit
tle things created they are tho ant, the
bee and De Witt's Little Karly Risers,
the last being the famous little pills
for stomach and liver troubles. A. B.
Wains. ' ly
Loco, Jan. 31.-The dear old Herald
every Friday 's as refreshing to me as
the glittering sunbeam to a poor,
fragile Uower, deprived of the balmy
kisses of the breeze and pining in
nrison for the freedom of its native
Messrs. Lee Rountree and H. Houn-
tree have gone to Hartsell, Ala., with
several mules to sell.
M.a M Uniintren and Miss Sallie
Tri in hia vUitPfl Mrs. W. SDarkman. of
1 Spring Hill, last week. Mr. Sparkman
in hnnn nnit sick, hut is much better.
Hii.ni" Puiiv Unniitiee is irettiinr
wall nftcr Hunt Re r severe attack of the
Miss' Baker, of Cathey's Creek, has
been visitinir Misses Nettie and Jennie
i. u..i.,oir if Tiarlr'a Mill, ureached
to a large crowd at Fair view last Lord's
vVe me sorry to hear of Mr. T. Hunt
having pneumonia. Hops he will soon
in Suilio Turnin g mother. Mrs
Butler, who has been staying with her,
i.n i.ntm Ia Xf uuh v i I In on a visit.
Mish lvte Snarkman visited Mrs.
Mi.a.lra t, vim "Zulu." for VOlir K llltl
rememberame of me. I often think of
I r.. .1 Anna ufr I'' 1
OUT I1HPM Y '"" W.T o ... . .
It Madam Humor be true.ere long the
marriage bells will ring in tins neign
Mr. nrl Mrs. F.uirone McKee are all
omilnc rirtr n Hnn hflv".
DIIIl.nUIM M - "J"
. . ... r m .... I till knMnw
IMi-U I u 110 Il ( fVl Hit II IH HLU I HU IICIIUI.
What hna heonme of "Chloe?" We
lllj-rt .-v 111111 hor inhrlit. irfttGCfl. With
heat wishes to the dear old Herald
ani tta m an v rpudprfl. we remain.
please overlook all weakness dis
cernable in my efforts and be kind
enough to lend me a helping hand.
Therefore, as I am one of the younest
of the family, I shall expect my older
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oruuitjiH aim miuis neip roca. nie iu
the cradle of literary infancy.
J. F. Brvant. who has been merchan
dizing at Bryant Station for about
fifteen years, lias sold his store-house
nd dwelling to Dr. W. R. Orr, who has
rented the property or Messrs. Patter.
son ana iiaraison. Mr. iiryam is now
giving his attention to his mill at this
place, and is Just closing out the cut
ling of a bill of fifty thousand feet of
oak Mmber for the railroad. He is also
cutting egg cases and shingles.
Mr. Sum Heaves, of IN or 111 Carolina.
has moved here to live, and we under
stand he has purchased the spleudi''
farm of his father-in-law, Mr. A D.
The vouncr neoole had a verv enlov-
able s iclHl gathering a few nights ago
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Miss Maltssa Welch is visiting her
aunt near Lewisburg.
Miss Bell Vincent is visiting at Cen
terville. Miss Ida Garrett, of Marsha 11 County,
was visiting relatives in this vicinity
Robert Holly, who has lately been
with Patterson A llardison, is now
with his uncle, Mr. Daimwood,on Bear
Mr. W. W. Pinkston has moved to
the farm of Miss Jane Watson.
J. T. Moore has moved to the farm ot
Mrs Martha Hollv.
Mr ami Mrs. .1. If. Pinkston. who
married about ten years ago and went
to Lufra, Ark., where they have since
rodilorl. have moved from there to
Crocket County, Tenn., and are living
on a farm in one nine 01 aihiuo. mt.
Pinkston is Interested- in a Concrete
Tombstone Company. Mrs. Pinkston
uas formerly Miss anuie Henton. or
Marshall liouy has movea irom tnis
vlcinitv to Marshall county, near Sil
Miss Lelia Foster and her
The use 6f the Burgeon's knife Is be
coming so general, resulting fatally
in such a large number of cases, as to
occasion general alarm.
Mr. Wiiham waipoie.ot vvauntown,
South Dakota,' writes; "About
three years ago, there catae under
my1 left eye a little bltch about the
size 01 a smaii pea.
It grew rapidly , and
shooting pains ran
in every direction.
I became alarmed
and consulted a
good doctor, who
nrnnfifiril1 it mn-
f . . - . ...
ty-i .sxcer, and said that it
If you want the best thing ever offered
in the way of a FARM WAGON, buy a
Wwtand Weslev. returned Sunday, to
their home in lewisburg, after visiting
Mrs. W. H. H. Benton is spending a
tew wepks with her daughter. Mrs. U
Y. Beatv. of Marshall county.
Mr. W. M. Garrett is building a new
residence on his farm near the station,
t,i wtiicii Im exneuts to move shortly
i i.n.t.a niimnpr or inpn weiiL rrom
(hi vle'mii.v last Saturday to the public
ainn I 10 Dersonai iiroiieriy oi wr,
John Harris, near Silver Creek. Mi
Harris is going to Lynnville to engage
11 business. Mr. Pink Gresham has
rented Mr. Harris' farm.
Mr. I. K. P. Parrish has about com
nlotnit hi nnw residence.
Chanel has all interestlnir
Sunday-school, and Brother Massey is
i'Arv mnph likea as a pastor dv nie
r. I. l anrl nnpnlii.
it. . : i . ..
1 In BWKB I Illi&Ul
It is the lightest running, best ironed
and nainted wagon that has ever been of-
VKVM,; consent to, having .1 . 1 j Tx l U
. faiAh in the fored for sale on this market. It also has
Indiscriminate use of tliektute. Keaa- t
BiLSMSSW?h2idwS 15 new and important improvements not to
iifiHv" ho hnd on anv wajron. DonH buv until
Uaj 3, HIG fcw.... . v - - J 1, - -
beiran to discharge. This after awhile - . , . . ttt "1 l
ceased, leaving a smaii scab, which you nave examincu it. t e . nave a lew
finally dropped off, and only a healthy J . . 1j , .
lime scar remameu to mar. wic jnatc StllUtlV liUUU IWU-llUlftC 1 ill 111 VVatlUUO tUOiU
where the destroyer had held, full sway. JO 1
A Real Blood Remedy. wc sel1 out cheap as we must W
Cancer Is in the blood and it is 10117 1 uu ill iui uuu opiiu avjji Aiivv,
IncTnwt an nneratiotl tOCUreit. S.S.S. n . .
guaranteed purely vegetable 9.xQX d-inCU TUnning gCar.
disease of the blood.
Books mailed free;
address bwnt bpe
cific Co., Atlanta,
Wa ara n II vlnlll in rlo a little food 111
this world and can think of no pleasant
v.m hniiiiii r a r Ti 1111 1 r. 1 UHii iv 1 fir
CI Ul "vni " , ' '
ommending One Minute Cough Cure as
.1 lonuuiit. vn nf nnenmonia. consuiiiu-
tinn and other serious lung troubles
that follow neirlected colds, A. IS.
spent Saturday and Sunday with home
Pe..l,le- ...... .
Master 1 oner uray was iusbiu irum
onl.nnl l iat. wpnk on account of illness
Mrs. r.. McKee is on the sicK list inis
Mnssra. T. S. McMeen ana waiter
Fitzsrnrald returned home Saturday!
nftui. a uroplf 'a nhafnCA.
Mrs. Ross Alexander and daughter
visited our neighborhood the past weeK.
. r 1 1 nl ...... i V. i I rl a ti
WrS. iTl. IMIUUail UU 1U uiuaivu
spent a few days with friends at Car-
t..i"a malt rpnnni v.
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Miss uiceiy Kiiiren is now Bpeuuiun
a few days in Nashville.
w itn best wisnes, i-aiki.
Don't annoy others by your coughing
and risk your life by neglecting a cold.
One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs,
..niriu prnnn. pi-inne and all throat and
I luuir troubles. A. B. Kains. ly
Grovklanu, .Ian. at). After some
weeks' absence from the columns of the
welcome Herald, I will endeaver to
send what few items I have been able
to gather this week.
Kev. T. E. Hudson conducted sacra
mental services at Pleasant Mount, at
his last appointment, xsexi aunaay ne
will preacb the anniversary sermon of
the C. P. Church. Mr. Hudson also an
rounced that the congregation at
Pleasant Mouut would elect two ruling
elders. At the last services at Pleasant
Mmmt. one member was added to the
church. , .
The board of directors of Pleasant
Mount Academy had a meeting not
long since, and decided to commence
school the first of March.
Mr. Wallace Hardlson, of Leftwich, is
teaching school at J. T. Dlllehay's.
There has been but little farming
a.w u. i,ia vlcinitv vet: tho wheat is
looking very well at this time. The
price of mules and hogs is a little more
encouraging to the farmers Corn is
selling for $l.(t) per barrel delivered.
II. A. White shipped one load ot hogs
from Hurricane last Saturday.
Mr. J. M. Foster, the Herald's lively
agent.was through this section of coun
try last weeK, and added some new
names to the list of subscribers at
llntvol U 111! .
Miss Dora Craig spent part of last
week with her auntatColumbia.
At the residence of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Kaskey, last Wednesday, Jan. 2(1,
Mr. Hill Hone and Miss Pearl Kaskey
were united In marriage by Kev. M. L.
Galloway. After the ceremony the
bridal party returned to the homo of
Mr. .laines Hiifht. The groom Is an up
right young man, and is highly in
spected by all, and the bride Is a mod
est, affable young lady. Mr. Kone and
bride will reside iu the future at the
deep ford of Fountain Creek.
This community was greatly shocked
by the unexpected death of Mr. Sam
Davis, which occurred at his home last
W.lnesdav. Jan. 2i. Mr. Davis was n
honest, upright man and a good citizen.
Mrs. S. S. Craig is still in feeble
We hope Kippling Waves will send
some of her newsy letters to the Hkk
alp from her new home. Kobin.
Save Yonr Lire
By using "The New Great Souih
AmiriPAti Kirtnev Cure." This ntw
remedy ia a iireut surprise on accoui t
of its exceeding promptness in relies -ing
pain In the Kidney, Bladder ana
Back in male or female. It relieves re
tention of water, and pain in passing it
almost immediately. Save yourself by
using this marvelous cure, ltsuse will
prevent fatal consequences in almost all
cases by its great alterative and healing
powers. Sold by A. B. Kains, Druggist,
Columbia, Tenn. (febliJ ly.
1.1 A ( U llll)L T U II 5!l lino month of
iho Move Vpnr has iiassed. and the first
f9 Wa riiMi a fir tinrla na trvlni? to lrathe- a
" . V JX 1. j ...... .- ' Tl ,
Jew items ior me nnnAiu, o i-miuut
nrnmUe vou much news, though, as
thra is hut little new to write about.
Brother Stellar preached at cross
Bridges Sunday morning,
'i-i.o if omnuiilrn Knworth League had
an interesting meeting Sunday night.
It will have its monthly business meet-
navl ATntirlnv tllirht.
. 1 .. A I . I -. ... U . n a KAVl Mil ill.
lienuersou w hub
ick with the fever, we are glad to re
... 1 1 1 t. I . 1 . Mnl..Mn1 hnma
MISS lieillBIl liruuno icmiucu """
Friday evening after a visit to relatives
fiasa .innnle Leftwich and Kittle
Thompson are visiting relatives in Co
it v-v llu
1 14 iii uim , t
Mr. and Mrs. Bod A Kin are viduins at
. r t 1 I l I, n r t 1 lint f 4
Mrs. H iMt'A lUIllillttU lit-l
little bovs. of Lewisburg, are visiting
relatives at Hampshire.
. . i.l'.- ... ..11 1 Mst.vtntn
with nner. winnHS lii u.11. 1 1 riiiauii
Ab ever, jlaimu
irh a tha iiKist distress
1 .. 1 ...1 . . In.f ira rillrotlntl II llrtPllt
iiiHinuy i juii 10 -
short by the use of One Minnte Couk"
...Mn ' It I.I .1 ,a U I Jll I r 1 ! I KNI. K 1 1 1 1 W II
1 Ul I. , lllllll o c.av. ...w , - .
rprriPilv for croun and an luug anu
y. .. 1 1 . . 1. . 1 i.
bronchial irouoies. a. jj. iwiu.
It It Y AN T STATION.
West Point. Jan. ,11. Another day of
find a hlessed sunshine has faded Into
twiiiirht and we are trying again to
scribble a few lines to tne oruy county
Sovpml of our voune people attended
tha musical at the residence of Mr.
Knohanan lastThursdav night, and re
nnil a cmoii time.
Kuv.. wavniCK will nreai'ii. at. 1111.1
niunH Avcrv first and third Sunday
.rturnnnn of each month.
Miss Hula Walters entertained a lew
fVionrla at her home last Tuesday night.
...v. - - - .
Mia Armsrroni?. 01 ixiuwiii. auu
Misses Pearl and Bessie Allen, Kmma
iiVuapr and Prof. Ksh man or Timmons,
were visitors at ".uia-s" noma last
Mrs. MatHight of Santa re, spent
Sunday night in our midst.
U. H. Fitzgerald has purchased w
tarmprsare nusv preparing gruuuu
for com planting.
The i;ndeavor nocieiy win mccv at
this place next Saturday night.
Miss Mamie eeiai, ni nean.asiivuie,
is spending a few days in our midst at
this writing, much to the delight of her
(ll..,l li coo linns from Kettle MUIS.
"Hope," we would be glad to know you,
and wish you would do as you re
quested us, "write often."
"sylvia, ' our hkhalu infinitums ucu
Indisposed for the past week.
J. IV r itzgeraid nas gone ui uiwii
wood on a business trip.
Eugene Fitzgerald is taking a course
With uest wisnes 1 remain,
Girffood'8 Sarsuparilla for th e blood
1 . 4 I Oitvd
jfuaratiteeu 10 cure. a. a,
MT. ZION ASI THETA.
"Let parents not live for their chil
dren, but with them." The mother
Diw.11 ri allow nn it ne mnnestv to siaim
in the way of her daughter's knowledge
nf iinrciiif nf iinr tioasiiu hties. 01 iter
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riorlis. For over thirty years i;r.
P erce has used nis "J! avorite rruscrip-
tlon" as a strengthener, a purifier, a
rpirnlator. It works directly upon me
rlltii.ntlir fpmlnirip oriraUS. in
UCHUOID, WlD.lllnvij ......... o. ' . I
. ..,. tkin.r tit a v Tt sparches
aiiauuini, nv.vy iniiif, j - -
out the weak spots and builds them up.
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A woman wno wouiu uiiuoinauu
Kpf should send 21 cents to the World's
rvl..aur H11 tTa In I . Y .. IOT UV
Pierce's Medical Adviser, a book of 1,008
Si'rino Hill, Jan.31.-John Odil has
bought the vacant lot joinlug the
Methodist parsonage for $400. This a
beautiful lot, and will be much im
proved by the handsome residence
' . . . . r I 1 ..... 1 . . . . .... .1 . .1 . . .1 11
f't-.V pi': UK 4.'mKi' ..I
m,sm : 4 :
which Mr Odil intends to erect noun. ... n .
Kd We also haveja JlargeJ line of Buggies,
galleries. . D .. 1- WT nn :,r
Surr-ys, Buck Wagons, etc., and will give
you tne oesi gooas ioqiue money 10 ue iiau.
IIkyant Station, Jan. 1. According
uirruaiiiulil T urill pnitpAVOT to fUT-
nlsh you the news ot this vicinity; and,
as It is something of a "family affair"
to be a correspondent for the Herald,
I must ask the older "subscribers" to
Sunxysipk, Jan. 31 Miss Lla liuch
anan, of your citv, spent a few days
recently 'with relatives here.
Mr. A. L. F.merson has been on the
sick list for several days, but H t etler
at this writing.
Miss Calista Hen.llev, of your city. Is
spending this week with relatives here.
Miss Minnie Scott will visit Lewis
burg friends this week.
Misses Calista Hendley, Alice Alex
ander, Minnie and Llrzie Scott, Messis.
Chas. Adklsson. Frank Matthews, Sam
Scott, 10wii:g Patterson. Luther Plunder
man and Maury Fleming spent Friday
evening very pleasautly with Misses
Agciand Willie Emerson.
Miss F.stelle Sott has returned from
Uirmiiigham, where she has Ikoii on a
visit for some time. Slie brunght the
sad new s of the ileth of Mrs. Holler
Scott. The bereaved relatives have the
svmpathv of all who kno- lhem.
Wc olTcr everything in
our house at exactly
lor the next thirty days.
We aie determined not
to carry over any winter
.roods. Don't spend your
money until you see
Mt. ion, Jan. :t0. After an absence
of several weeks I will endeavor to
write a few lines for tho dear out hkh
alp, which comes every week brimful
of news from all over the countv.
We regret to give up our old neigh
bors, Messrs. John Thomas and George
Hudson, but at the same time we give a
hearty welcome to our uew ones,
Messrs. Arcu uoason, aiamu nu
Choat. We wish them success in their
new homes. '
(in 1 nt. Wednesday, the 2(5 Inst . at f!
o'clock in the afternoon, Mr. Frank
(Hodwin and Miss Lillie Smithson were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
at the home of the bride's father, in the
presence of a few relatives aud friends.
Kev. Mr. Jarrette performed the cere
mony, and the bridal pair left imme
diately for the home of the groom's
mother, Mrs. Mary itouwm, wneic
nice reception was given them. After
the guests had arrived they were ush
re.A into the ilininur room, where a
Bumptuoua wedding feaet aw-uted them.
Tne groom is highly spoken of, and is a
man of true christian character. The
bride is one of our nicest and most
worthy young ladies. We extend congratulations.
Mr. aim iirs. 1 ewene are u vph i-.
relatives at Godwin Station and Ml.
YlfANTKD TRUSTWORTHY AN P ACTIVE
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponsible, established houso in Teniw-s-s..i.
Monthly Jfli OOand expenses. Posi
tion stead v. Reference. F.nelose s"lf-
sddresseil stamped envelope. The
lioininion Company, Dept. K. Chicago,
Jamksos, Jan. 31. This is indeed
dreary oav, and while sitting alone
IU nouniu. ... ... ,
M'ss Ethel Rostick, Mrs. necawiurs
guest, has gone to Franklin to see her
sister, Mrs. A. W. Peck with.
One to be missed from our midst for
several months is Miss Carrie White,
who has gone to Richmond, a.
Dr. and Mrs. j. m. wik i
Quite an enjoyable evening was spent
at the hall Friday. The' young people
participated in an old time "candy
pulling," which afforded much tun.
Mr. C. Y. Marshall held a most inter
esting meeting of the league Sunday
I C.nt.inucd to Seventh Paee.
Are You Weakt
Weakness manifests itself in the loss of
amhitinn and achincr bones. The blood is
watery; the tissues are wasting the door is
being opened tor disease. A noiue 01 tsrowns'
Iron Hitters taken in time will restore your
trontrth mmtlio vmir nerves, make vour
blood rich and fed. Po you more good
than an expensive special course ol nieaieine.
Browns' Iron Sitters is sold by all dealers.
PRICE OF liUCK WAGON $27.00.
lie Is Hung In KftlKJ at the
Our stock of Disc Plows is complete, as
T.tvnrcv. .Tan. 31. Last Saturday rrv hnrn tron nt tho hfQt. m fl kfifi' hfl Vfi hnftTl
nightactutled fl?ure wasihunsron a " v v , i .
d?onreX"h used for the past year and have given uni-
So versal satisfaction.
Senator bv tiiose placing the einy
tmlt rerpiaT emg? Give us a trial when you want tanning
wa hiini' and the placards placed . , 'lij. i.
hvomo who are disiatisfied with ha,rdware and we will treat vou ricrnt.
Senator Dabb' votes in the Benato- "
Oarwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A.B.Rains.
will try to jot down a few items from
tii is plaen.
t he cluh met with the Misses Ander
son last Thursday niuhu All seemed
to spend a most enjoyable evening.
Miss Julia wary is speuuiu mis wee
with Mr. Uoss Alexander, of Thomp-
Mr. Walter Purnett has Just returned
home after being absent several days
on a business trip.
Mi Miller Jameson, of Nashville,
Cl.KRK AND MASTKR'M Ol'KK'B,
Columbia, Tenn., Feb. 4, inns.
J. P. Howard et al complainant, vs. Jno.
K. Holcombet al defendant.
It appearing from aflldavit filed in
this cause, that the defendants W. II.
rutin nn. l wife (ierlrude Little anil
.lames Holcomb are non-residents of
tha Ktutn nf Tennessee.
It is therefore ordered that they enter
their nnnearanee herein, before or with
in tha iiril Miren rlavs of tlm next term
of the Chancery Court, to be held at Co
lnmliin. on the " 1st Monday in March
nnvi isiw ami Ulead, answer or demur
to Complainant's bill, or the same will be
iuL-utl Inr fnll ImwKmiI HH 10 ineiii ana set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consecu
tive weeks in the Columbia Herald,
A Copy Attkst:
A. X. AKIN, Clerk A- Master.
James A. Siniser, Sol'rs for Compl't.
Just received a car of WASHBURN &
Subset lur oi the Herald.
the best ever offered. Also Cincinnati
Street Si Co.
citizens- Trizpnor x0. .