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THE COLUMIUA HKltALD: FH1DAV, NOVEMBER 25, 18U8.
teorrauoiwai s. 1
Water Vai.t.k y. Nov. 20 There wag
preaehinK at the Baptist church this
mortiltiR by Hev. Will Fuckett.
There was an interesting prayer ser
vice Ht the Methodist church this after
nu.m, cindacted by Mr. Hen HarhUon.
iuite a larne crowd whs out.
Hro. HHtcher will preach at Alexan
der on next Sunday afternoon at :
o'clock. He failed to till his appoint
ment two weeks aim, on account of
sickness. Let everybody come out to
hear him next Sunday.
Miss lU'ssie Harris,' of Wil liamsport,
is visiting i" our midst.
Mrs. Jim Ilratton, of Willlainsport,
visited friends here the latter pu t of
Mrs. Joe Dodson is quite sick.
Miss Kmma Kihzer, who bus been
very sick, is convalescent. We trust
they mav soon he well.
Mrs. J. L Williams was the enest of
Mrs. Arch Moore, of Williamspoi-t, ror a
few days last week.
Mrs. w. i. Harris, m niiauixpori,
was visitintt her mother, Mrs. Robert
1'iliK, last week.
Misses Lettie nd Sadie Williams
spent a few davs in IVlunthia recent ly.
Mm W.I) Johnson, of Turkey t'teek,
was w'th friends here last week.
Mrs. J. T. Fleming, r ,of (ioshen.was
in our villaue last week.
Mr: Robert L-e Johnson, .of Snow
reek, was the ptiest of Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Johnson, of our villane, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson visited
friends on Snow Creek not Inn since.
As ever the same, . Okkstra.
T. F. Anthony, Kx-Postmaster of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I bought
one bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheuma
tism mwi two Hnses of it did me more
u-ooH than inv medicine I ever took."
Mold by A. B. Kaius, Druggist, Colum
Susnysipe. Nov. :il. Several weeks
have passed since smmyside was rep-
rAuonlsrl ill the I Ik. It A I. II. If votl Will
pardon our delay, we will write the
V. n r. Imta t.f ilia nufit. U PPlf .
1'tipro una no nrtHchinir at this Dlace
on last evening, as the pastor, Hev. M.
E. Uabard, went to ulleoka toorganize
a church society of some kind at that
We are very glad indeed to welcome
the families of Mr. Benjamin Hemstead,
Mr. Adel and Mr. Pitcher, of Michigan,
inin miHui rin v hum mirchased
Ik.lVJ I . .1. auo v. " ' I
land and aie erecting dwellings in this
vicinity. We are also glad to state that
thev haveeurol ed their names in our
.KimHmr school. Thev are heartily wel
omed by the good people of Sunny
Kev OtisTrousdaie, of McCains, spent
c .... i,, h t u it h Mr. .1. W. Mat
oaiuiuaT ii ii. v " . .. ... - -
thews. "They with a number of others,
-en loved a bird-hunt mat uini.
Miss I .el a Buchanan, of Columbia,
spent last week with Mrs. Will Mat
thews. Misses Alice IJovohart and Birdie
Reynic, two charming yntiin ladies of
Vicksburg, Miss, and Mr. and Mrs. Lu
ther Benderman. of Mt. Pleasant, vis
ited at Mr. A. U Emerson's last week.
Miss John!" Alexander has returned
from a pleasant viit to Mt. Pleasant
Mr. James Alexander has recovered
from an illness ot several day.
A number of the soldiers from Camp
rr i..wM wanHpritltr Out ill
KiaillllLOll i.r. .. ........... .-- -
this part of the country for several days
'"in'.. nln Tl.m.a and Tlaud Stock
ont .if MnPains. visited Mr. John II.
Thomas' family recently.
Miss Annie McClinchie, of Nashville,
was the guest of Mr. W lit i nomas im
11 ..a Annular
Mrs. F. P. Brumbach and Lady Oene,
who have been indisposed, nave re
Mrs. 0. E. Matthews spent last week
Villi 1'irn. riann no.".
sick with something like diphtheria
the past week. ,
Mr and Mrs. Allen Freeman visited
Columbia friends recently.
The school at this place will clos? soon.
The children are making preparations
for the closing exercises
Mr. Cowan, of Franklin, was with
frienrs here recently.
With many good wisnes ini mi m.j
en oy the Tnannsgiviug -
congregation his life's best studies. He
admonished us to be ready for death
and the Judgement Hev. Hudson an
nounced that he would leave Culleoka
Sunday niiiht. togo to Kusselville, Ky. to
conduct a ten dA.vs meeting, beginning
November ill. There will be sacrament
al services conducted at I'leasaut Mt.
the tirst Sunday in December. Kev. A.
B. Serface, a student and ordained min
ister of J.ehanon, will preach at Pleas.
ant Mt. next Sunday, Nov. 27, at 3 o -"lock
Pleasant Mr., congregation will
be without a pastor after Jan I. There
ar' finite a number of applications.
Mr. A. Dillehav, of this place, left
last Friday for New hecatur, prospecting.
Hill's station is to have a new depot
in the spring. This will be of much
convenience to the vicinity.
Since my last, Mr. J. W. Craig has
moved his family to Elora.Tenn., where
he has accepted the position or super
visor of the N. it C. K. K. We regret
very much to give up Mr. Craig, and
his 'most exceleut family.
The fanners are very late netting
their wheat sowed and com gathered.
Some of our fanners have killed their
hogs. Mr. A. M. Denton killed seven
I'wi't. luria nnps 1 Ast. Tnesd AV.
tn best wishes, iuiin.
A NAKKOW KSCAPK.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
10. Hart, of (iroton, S. D. "Was taken
With a bad wild w hie h settled on my
lungs;cough set in and hnaliy termin
ated in consumption. Four doctors gave
me up, saying I could live but a short
If nn tn inv Savior.
IIIIIU. A .l.jcv.. " f J
determined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet my ab
sent ones above. My husband was ad
vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for conan motion, couirha and colds. I
gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles.
It has cured me, and tnaiiK .oa i am
saved and now a well and healthy
woman." Trial bottles free at Woldridge
it Irvine's drugstore. Regular size 50c
and $1.00. uuaranteea or price reiunucu.
. 1 1
June ly v;
Ed Davis, of this place, one day re
cently. Kev. N. A. Jones, of this place,
preached at Cedar Dell, Marshall
We aie sorry to report Mrs. Wallace
Haidisonon the sick list this week.
We hope she may soon be out again.
Mr. Lee Neely and wife have sold
their farm to hsq. Joe Hardison. Mr.
Neely expects to give possession the
15th of December.
Well, a news is scarce, we will desist
for this time, hoping to do better in the
future. Asev?r, Nki.i.ik U bay.
'Continued to Seventh Paiie.
Nashville Wins On nt Maurj'n Fair
Tn the beautifully decorated parlor of
Mr. and Mrs. H." S. (iary, Thursday
evening, the hand of Miss Slary Lillian
Uarv was given in marriage to Mr.
Washington Miller Jameson, of Nash
ville. Kev. B. F. Isom performed 'the
ceremony which made them husband
aiwt wife ill n.n i in nrpssi vrt inaillier. ill
the presence of a few relatives and
This happy event was the consumma
tion of a three year's entrapment, they
having pliichte'd their troth when quite
young. The wedding was quiet ana
nrettv iii its i-imiilicitv. but uresented a
scene that will remain as a pleasing
recollection to those who witnessed it,
mill in litrMnirprnf life of marital
bliss. The bride's sister. Miss Julia
(iary, was maid of honor, and Mr. Clif
tun '.luinpsnii hist. man. The bride nev-
or InoltoH Invplipr than while standing
on a white rug beside the man of her
choice, attired in an elegant gown of
blue Ottoman, with trimmings ot white
taffeta, and carrying a shower bouquet
oi oruie s roses.
Miss Lillian is a young lady of rare
natural gifts, such as lit her f ir the
place of wife in all that word implies.
sf.e has a sweet and lovable disposition
ftnd is endowed with other womanly
graces, whbh have made her a utnver
sal favorite. Fortunate indeed is the
man who wins the heart of such a wo
man. The groom is a noine young man
AN EXCIT1NU EXPERIENCE
Iet rollcpinan AdkUoon y
Shot kfil by Kleetricity.
Depot policeman R. P. Adklsson
had quite an exciting experience at
the depot lastFriday evening. Home
times the electric light at this place
goes out, and a few pulls and jerks
at the chain by which the lamp is
suspended usually starts it to
burning again. Mr. Adkisson has
d ne this Irequently, but it is safe to
say that ne win not oe caugnt inonK
evinir with it Hiain anv time soon.
On this occasion the light had jronn
out. ami vir. AOKisson caugni oi i
if the chain with the intention of
giving It a f?w jniks. The chain had
become cnargen wun electricity,
and instead of Mr. Adkisson j-nking
it, the cli aitt cotinntuiced jrkiug
him. For awhile lie could not loose
his grip on the chain, and several
bystanders who attempted to pull
him away were nearly knouked
down themselves by the current.
Finally, however, Mr. Adkissoo
threw his whole weight on the chain
and succeeded in pulling himself
awav. He was in an almost ex
hausted condition and had to be car
ried to his home on ISoutii High 8t.,
where medical aid was summoned.
He was out again the next day, but
feeling somewhat the worse from
his "ras-le" with su2h a wily oppo
nent. The accident might have re
sulted seriously had the current
been stronger, and the electric light
comnanv should see to it that the
lines are in such a condition as not
to cause any more such accid nt.
THE 'SI' K1S l.ft GRIPPE CfRE.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady, If you will only get
the right remedy. ou are having pain
all through your body, your liver is out
of order, have no aooetite. no life or
ambition, have a bad cold, in tact are
comoletelv used up. Electric Bitters
n:M! " ! rri
I M-l.r I II
n ! I- i ! r
' til ': ' ,' ' : "!- ! I i
it,.. , I : ! n
Tement resp ."et ih.l V nS uV.led I- the onlf remedy that will give , you
.'c . . i . u i , .. ij.. nrrimnt. and sure relief. Thev act di-
Oaktek's Cufkk, Nov. 21. A recep
tion was given last Thursday evening
hv Mai. and Mrs. T. E. Jameson, In hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller Jame-on.
The rooms were bright and attractive in
autumn tints, and vases held numerous
feathery chrysanthemums. During the
evening delightful refreshments were
served at tables decorated In white and
green. Miss Tom Odel served frappe.
Mrs. Jameson Is always a gracious host
ess, but Thursday evening she added
even laurels to the ones she had already
M rs. P. O. Jameson, of Jameson, enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller Jameson
ami Misses Joe and Olivia Foster at din-
ner rnuj. . .
Mr. anil VI rs. J . j.iMennu umkuti,
mij.u rlnii-e and Tom. of Nashville,
attended the Gary-Jameson nuptials.
Mrs. James White and son Harrison,
of Columbia, spent last week with Mrs.
K. v. Megan . . ......
Misses Susie Jameson ana Annie ijou
McKay will spend Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Kinnard, near Franklin.
..- t Lv..i,...n.l lldn .losenhine
llllB, if. ill. I "Pici .... ........ . . , ,
and Master Howard Kooeris visueu ,i r.
S. M. Jones and family oi ine im.u
Bridge neighborhood, last ween.
Mrs. James Bunch left last r ndav for
West Tennessee, to see her sou h red,
who is quite ill. . .
l : Vnoal nd Mr. T. L. Cun-
iji.iir-vi . .. "
ningham of Columbia, were here Sunday.-
Mr. A. F. Dortch and lamuy were w nn
Knob Creek relatives the tirt of the
Miss Ora Anderson left for Nashville
last week to attend the Bible School.
Brother William Anderson and J. A.
Harding will begin a series of meetings
at Beech Grove, beginning on Saturday
evening, Nov. 'iti.
Miss Marv Francis Chappell died at
the home of her sister, Mrs Lou Mc-
i . o .. .. .l r avntiimr. NOV. 111.
(.Minnil'K, oailliiioj r.. 1 j f.
E der William Anderson conducted the
funeral services at Lasting Hope Sun
day afternoon, and her body was laid to
rest in the Lasting Hope Cemetery.
May God in his tenaerest iove u
the wounded hearts of the bereaved
for hi true moral character. He Is also
a business man of tine qualification,
nles a prominent place in the
business circles of Nashville.
The wedding gifts were numerous,
ami consisted of a beautiful array of
silver and cut glass, which carried with
them the assurance of true love and
friendship. ., .
vnw vv. ... .... , --
uromntand sure "relief. Thev act di-
rpotlv on voiir livpr. stomach, and kid-
nets, tone up the whole system and
make you feel like a new being. They
are guaranteed to cure or price refun
ded. For sale at Woldridge A Irvine's
drug store, onlv 50c per bottle.
1une3 ly. H
. m Mia hump of Mr.
i a t v. Jameson, narents of the
groom, where a number of their rela
tives had gathered to welcome thm.
On entering this brilliantly litihted and
attractive home a beautiful scene
irreeted the eves.- The handsome anart-
.iariunded with the love
liest of flowers that bloomed all the
fairer, to welcome the son and his
lovely bride ., .
The parlor was beaut fully decorated
i i r. ...ith 1'iiiHen chrvsanthe-
mums shining like stars among them.
In a cozv little nook in the hall frappe
was served hv Miss Mary Tom Odil. of
Nashville, niece of the groom. In a
graceful and charming manner, lhe
decorations there were a perfect hower
of trailing vines with beautiful tinted
autumn leaves. In the dining-room the
floral effect was particularly beautiful
in white and green, and showed the
artistic taste of the decorator, lhe
names "Miller and Lillian" were over
the mantel in white chrysanthemum;.,
with a back ground of green; indeed it
was a picture, a symphony or white and
ereen. The table was unique and beau
tiful, being in the form of the letter H.
,.; . ' jj:.... ..i, in thii center on
an oval mirror; heauti'ully embellished
In white and green. The elegant sup
per was served in courses, the prepration
of which Mrs. Jameson is e-peciaMy
characteristic She was ably assMte.1
by Mrs. J. T. Baffcusa, and on this
occasion out-shone her former enter
tainments. The ices were f urnished I by
Dorider A Sidebottom, of Nashville.
At a late hour the wedding cake-a
I U n .nnm'a ullllt. MrS. K. t'.
IIIIl 11 "ill win pki -,
7moa...i ent- M Us C are Odil cut
WOULD NOT SALUTE HIM.
"In TOnVfi" -Mi
Feed Cutters have
lonjr since been I
acceptsd by all
mule feeders, as
the best, strongest
and most durable
Cutter made, and
ing the indorse
m e n t of cattle
which fills a silo easier and cheaper than
was ever done before. We have these in
stock and will be pleased to have you in
N'eirrn Lieutenant Kicked anil Cuffed
White Soldiers At Chattanooga.
Chattanooga, Nov. 18 A ser
ious conflict between white and neg
ro soldiers was narrowly averted
here to night A negro Lieutenant
of the Kiifhth volunteer Infantry
named Proctor, from Chickamauga
Park, who had been sent to the city
to do nrnvoKt wniird dutv. met two
young white recruits for the regular
. . tr . ,1 . . l.i..
army going to nuntsvuie to join
tliBir command. The recruits failed
to salute the officer, when Proctor
heian mirsin&r and ahusini; them and
ordered them under arrest. Several!
young white citizens who saw the
outraureous treatment organized a
squad, of which Procter heard. The
brutal olflcer then kicked each of
the white men and discharged them,
threatening them with dire venge
ance if thev failed to salute him
next time. Betore the crowd of
u hitH iihii reiched the scene the
negro was gone or there would have
Here is the old reliable "Superior,"
(JUEES ItEftEMT MAY ABDICATE.
Keport That Shu Will Give Way tn linn
London. Nov. 19 A. curious re
port In regard to Spain's fuftre gov
urnmant in ciirmnt in dinlomatic
toTthe in. MH Jnl Voiry th .needle , circles, which from its source, ,s en
and MUs Nors Park" the button. Soon ! titled to weight.
a ter the guests took their departure,; It is that there will be change 0r
.iNhing that heaven's choicest bless-1 dynasty, but a peaceful change.
Incs would fall In showers around and ; 'n,e () ,e(,n Hegent Is said to be con-
" i LI, n..n1ir Kriilai . m . i I l
atmiit the uroom ana nm i"vcij vinceil or me nopeiessutisa oi utr sou
mmismm km U
rs- sf M 4 fii
aUM ms m 4m w & w
which has proven itself worthy the name
Mr.and Mrs. Jameson will be
day, we remain,
Garwood's Sai saparilla-for the blood
guaranteed to cure A. B. ivAiNr
ii LE JIN'S STOKE.
fiTonv Nov. 21. As a month
.u""':.rr' :...i I., anv news
lias Dansea hiih:c . j ..
from this place, we will try to gather
our thoughts together long enough to
j rVl .? itma to the dear old
On account of the inclemency of the
1 1.,., r.nr new oastor. did
vreainer, n. r-
n 1. 1 unoolntineut at Olenn s
not nil in" Hrt" -
WPe are sorry to say that M Hat..e
)y""" h " i- better at this
lor se vei i .i i
Vt'riting. . .v.iio liuiin.
day. last weeKwu . v -.
1""" l"'r;7ed friend. Mr.
i ..i Uiimr Hill.
U ,,k nee scnoo. i" " Democrat's
m isa maaitie vji i . ...
-week with her sister, Mrs. h. I.. i"
i Vu h visited our community and
bereaved ones tn in ssa. '- f the
we were very sorrv to near
death of Mrs. . w. lIit Wert-
nesday.Nov. " i 'il ooittt h m to
the bereaved husband I P ' j h,9
the one above, who alone can ne
confided heart. o La?y Sau
' r.IBi iu orl IFF ctjret
P1tltf O he Ne.iHiN Toothache
rlUlllVl in fiVe mlnut. Sour Stomach
.Qd summer Complainu. Price. 25 Cent.
LI by A. H.RAIN.ConlmuTenn
v-- Uev.T. E. Hud-
am?muS 'Appointment at
on rilled Ms regu " H ,Me(1 for
lMeasant Mt lastMtnaay. " .
j ie"" . phmiterand 14th er-e.
his text. Job !" f.nJ 'If;,, 8i;Hn?" Mr.
..jf a man die, wil l he I We i g ,r
Hudson saiainai - - he
pastor mac Wtl'en their pastor he
ih.rd ebrfa3ifbhfSS had flven the
CUBAN J i L cures
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. 1'rice, . o cents.
Sold by A. A. RAINS. Columbia, Tenn.
ij..u- sine. Nov. 20. We come again
with what few items we have K'hered
... .im .iiiiir iiid it kralo. for it is the
highest appreciated paper we hae in
our home. , , ,,..,. of
Hro. S aden ntien nis apuuijiiio-v
Herea t,-day, nd .also hro. Thompson
tilled his appointment ov
house to-day. .
Mr. BUI lioimau ii nuiu
.. mi.i,oii w are sorrv to
give them up. We hope for them much
success in their new home.
Mr. Kobert Allen, of Neapohs, is the
guest of his cousin, Mr. Hguers Allen,
at this writing. u.tn u
Mr. Ueorge Dalmwood.of Oodwln, is
the guest of his parents to-d. y.
Misses Ora and Anna Myrue well
of Santa Fe, spent last Saturday and
Sunday night with their cousin, Miss
Lucy owen.ot this place.
vVe will close, with best wishes to the
i vv.. minitiii as ever.
(Ml AST A .i vi.
atii'i Woodland street Nashville,
STAR POINTER SOU) All AIM.
The Faniou Maury Cimnty l'arer ltrlnRn
the Sum of 15.000.
New York, Nov. 21. 8tar Point
er, the famous pacer, with the
world's record of 1:69 tor a mile,
was sold to-night at Madison Square
Oardeh at publlc jauction to. W. J.
White, of Cleveland, ()., (or $15,000;
i'jul Icaj thun be was sold for in 1897
to James A. Murphy, of Chicago.
Ten thousand people were present.
ever reigning, and has, upon the ad
vii nt th Kmneror of Austria, de-
n.HBii that snoti after the neace treatv
is signed at Paris (and everyone now
I regaids this as only a question ot
days) she will quit Spain with lie.
f u m 1 1 ir
Don Carlos then win De proclaimed
w.oorirf hlnir la renorted to be ar
ranged, and the army and clergy are
niieu-eri to he oaver for the change.
According to the programme, Don
Carlos, so soon as things are running
win not hlv will abdicate lu favor of
his son. Don Jaime.
Get a Start
A grain drill with an inefficient feed is
worse than the old by hand" way. The
SUPERIOR has the only feed that will
plant the diversity of crops planted to-day
with grain drills; noticeably, peas and oats.
In addition to this, it is a stronger, and
better made, consequently more durable
And Save Endless Suf
terins which Winter
I v0y.2i After a long and si
lent absence, we are again knocking for
admitunce.aniare-u your service'
once more. w r
We are very sorry to note Mrs. V. I,.
Hardison is very sick at this writing.
Mr and Mrs. H. J. Hardison and two
children v. ited relatives in Centre-
1 r ,,.. K. r of her voting friends
lillrUht recently, fcverybody re
ported a nice t line.
1 Two weeks ao some of Prof. J. M.
rhaotnau's pupils went home with
him? TheyrV,.rt an enjoyable time.
. Hro. . S. Derry berry and family, of
i r; . . ..nt Mtiiidav niuht with
lu" Km. Anthon Preach
eT ve Luting discoiirse at .his
pli c ) to-aay, " """
Live of Uod." .IjIfra
W e notice amoins in" r:
day, Mr. Hob Marshall, of Double
rauches,whowas a member of the
rSf T.:n.MM Reniment, and was
p i r i v linn', - -
given an honorable discharge.
.n..am Ik eilllV IHWf IIIK v
ome 'tVi'ne in the near .uUue We re
uret to Kive up such ood neighbors.
R MU.fl rtie PDatsis visiting her. an ,
Mrs. faskey. of Glenn- Store, at thi.
Wwr.nLee Billlngton. of Rallj Hill.
pcnasdjujberulhogt fom Mr.
Thfi most offensive of all dis
eases becomes more intense as cold
u-onthpr nnnroaches. In fact,
many who have been under treat
ment for so long, and during the
summer feel little discomfort from
the disease, are almost persuaded
that they have noon cureu. mn
the first chilling blast of winter
proves that the disease is still with
them, and as the winter advances,
their Catarrh grows in severity.
Those who have felt only a slight
touch of Catarrh may be sure that
onlv cold weather is needed to de
velop the disease. What appears
to be only a baa com win prove
more difficult to cure than for
merly, and will return with more
frequency, until before long the
disease is" fully developed.
"For years I suffered from a severe
r.iarrh und took several kinds
ca;t3 vii , . - . .
of medicines and used various local ap
plications, but they had no effect what-
L T - a indnppd tn trv S. S. S.
(Swift's Specific) and after two months
I was perfectly well and have never
felt any effects of the disease since.
"B. P. McAllistkr,
It i9 easy to see the importance
.prompt treatment for Catarrh.
Those who get a start on the dis
ease before th6 cold ana disagree
able weather aggravates it, will
find a eumless dimtuit. uatarrn
increases in severity year by year,
and becomes one of the most ob
stinate and deep-seated troubles.
But it is equally important that
the right remedy be given. All
local applications of sprays,
washes, inhalations, etc., cau
npvor wire Catarrh, for thev do
The Mary Dutchman
and Hancock Disc Plows
not reach the dis
ease. Catarrh is
in the blood, and
only a blood
remedy can cure
it. Local appli
surface: the right
remedv must be
taken internally. - - - V
Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) is the
right" remedy for Catarrh. It
cures the most obstinate cases by
croiuz direct to the cause of the
trouble the blood and forcing
nut, th disease. Those who have
met with so much disappointment
from local treatment should throw
aside their sprays, washes and in
haling mixtures and take S. S. S.
A curs will result. Send for free
books.' Address Swift Specific
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
i toil as. m - m yui-'ii -"tli.--
are always found in the front furrow on all
We are to-day offering better buggies
for the money than were ever sold before
in this market.
J. F. Street & Co.
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