Newspaper Page Text
Friday Fc1nary6, 1891.
F. 1 LASDEB. Editor.
a m A
stranded. The expression 01 nis
seems to say, "it is noi, my ""t
but like tue boy when the mule
kicked him, he ays nn a woru.
Uo to this time cruel Fate has had
I its way and has buffeted ou
HE WENT TO
- T ,7 ta fill
The Manufacturers- iie-"
rnr the statement that Nortn-
.1 . i- I,.H 1 Hiu o- . , 4-v.
:tiiata htvA recently iubi i . . " That ne sioou &i
erurai';"" - .... "".'".""" ...tV" tha rack
. 1 1 tiii a iihluv - iii' . ii ri 1 1 1 1 u i ir-i u u u i
Away WltK l,fi40,400 of Securities.
Nkw Yoek, Feb. 3. TheDafly Conti
nent publishes the following:
The Pinkerton Detective agency in
this city had been informed by its agent
i n, Mrvr that the Dohce had
. i.,. arn.thv nf Virothernood takeaa . ' xr Hmrr.who is wanted
hand. It is Discovered that the young i cj on the charge of robbing the
man yearned for glory not wi8f'y Bank of Montreal of cash and securities
IT IS DESTINY
Tbe Union of Canada With the
All Negroes Driven from the
Place by a White Mob.
lv in and
. .wreeate amount being
reported at $1.000,000 to $1.500,000
TBVnrcB bill lacked the force
r.ecepsary to make headway! against
ti.a trrmzer force of an intel
ligent public opinion which had long
ago condemned tne measure,
went to the wall, as such
things always should.
Tina Kansas Alliance leaden,
araA nvr their success in electing
Peffer United States Senator,
and it I
fell upon him, and the Sympathy of
Krnt KorhniHl rCttC-Iltm uunu c"v - 1
a hi.n ni and iHacea Banumo ui
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ui anH atntr in 1118 DUU, bu-j.
ii in biju u m. . - i
ut. ..r. hia wit a wiser, uei-
. h mi, Aalculatine man shorn
f hia fiffervesceuce and with expe
rience set .on nis neau.
All ia well that ends well.
talk of putting him
Titr troois that were sent by
Governor of Alabama to Carbon
mines, the scene of the alleged
m.,Maa have returned to Birming
ham. The reported disturbance
greatly exaggerated, and "race"
nothing to do with It.
Another mine horror. At Hazle
tou. Pa., eixhteeu men working in a
coal mine were drowned by tapping
au adjoiuiug and flooded mine, which
let the water in upon them, bix men
.. ,.wwi tr- tn th ntorv. In a siral-
lar accident at Wickesbarre,
three men lost tbelr lives.
a private letter from Great Brit-
. n tha Manufacturer1 Record
reports the full organization of a com
- AAA aV,
iuiit with a cauitol or T-',uuu,uw
purchase and develop large mineral
..noriuii In Kast Tennessee, which
Ha Ton Time to Make
Here is the whole thing in a
shell : the trutft, tne wnoie wum
. . I - A. A. a a iailth
nothing else dui, iub uuiu.
Tn, Avnrv new subscriber,
Xn whn will rav up arrears
and renew meir uu- rw-i ----.
TTi. h at ii will elve five
tT.... f-iTh attached, which
U"UB! .7" . TVwith the follow
C1U W) Ucu " T-a At
limttu' aiPKPItUUU Uiwo
lute " UIOIUUBUbo .
Anderson, Dobbins & Ewing Rains &
8on, James Uros , r
u . . w i noua ikiiiiiin n 101
t on nn nail r OU)UU3 Il.Lv- v. .
each coupon is for ten cents, and for
. dollars worth of goods pur
chased at either of the above ua
hmiwa nn( or inese uouuuuD
u w w v. i ' . - . i. t m ......
taken as ten cents in casii. J
K., R worth OI ITOOUS iruiu
these houses, they will accept Ove
coupons as 50 cents. If you buy $10
worth, they, will take ten coupons
7 I VjjJ 11 n..mpnL If vou pur-
th merchant $1, he
o.uv i j . .. i;.lui onron
,.nt ntt IWnlV Ul IUO
and rf ce.Dt vour bill in full.
Henry's big naui-was mauo
13 last. He was an excnange dtokbi-
Chatham, Ont., and usually carnea a
laree amount oi tne oanK s swuriura.
On the above date he disappeared, and
an investigation showed that the theft
one of tne largest ma a
curred in Canada. ie was jmowu uj
have crossed the American ooruer, uu.
bv the time the Pinkerton men were
notineu ne was prouamjr
rit01--. . . t nr.
In tne early pan oi dauuai; uc
-. ('. ilui nh.
lean auinoniiea were uuluiou v. --"y y
berv and were given a full description
tha wtriTpT Rftenrities. All the banKS
in that republic were also notified. In a
short time a stranger hadparnved in the
City of Mexico and attempted to nego
tiate certain securities with the agency
of a London bank. They knew that the
securities were part of those stolen irom
the Bank of Montreal, and the latter in
stitution was advised of Henry's where
abouts. Detectives were sent after him
and his arrest followed. Tne prisoner
will start for Canada this week.
Goldwtfn Smith's Speech to'the
Four Killed and Eight Wounded
: in the Conflict
uid Colorado Am
Appeal for Aid.
Chicago. Feb. 3. Postmaster Sexton
continues to receive letters detailing the
destitute condition of the farmers in
both Colorado and Kansas. Monday he
received from T. J, James, postmaster
at Tewnsena, txi., circular leiuug w
bad crops for three successive years, and
Raying the citizens of Denver, which is
in the same county, are supplying the
sufferers with flour and meat, but that
there is need of clothing and and money,
Ttt, Ridicules the Cry of Dlaloyaltr at
Every Mot of the Dominion Toward
That Which la Sure t Transpire Sooner
or Later Canadians Far More Anxious
fer It Than Americans.
Toronto, Feb. 8. In an address to1
the Liberals Monday night, Goldwin
Smith said the manifest political destiny
of Canada was union with the United
States, and he ridiculed the attempt to
make a barrier of loyalty against the
current of Canada's destiny. He said
the cry of disloyalty had had a serious
effect in preventing a fair consideration
of questions of vital importance to
Canadians. Among other things he
"We are disloyal, it is said, and pro
rose to enter into a tariff arrangement
with the United States, and by entering
into such an agreement it is said we
would compromise the fiscal independ
ence of Canada. Of course you cannot
make a treaty without surrendering to
that extent. But if a treaty is fair,
where is the dishonor ? Great Britain
will see at last that she has no real in
terest here but amity and trade. The
unity of the race and the immense ad
vantage of a settlement which would
shut out war from this continent and
rnake it one economical whole, will pre
vail. 1 feel convinced, in tne ena.
"There might be danger and there
micht be dislovalty in touching this
Question, if there were on the part of
the Americans anv disposition to ag
rrrpssinn. But there is none. The de
sire of Americans to bring Canada into
Some of the Whites Arreated and Taken
to Birmingham The Leader of the
Mob and Several of Hia Companions
Escape to the Mountains and Defy A r-
rest Everything Quiet New.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb, 3. The
troops have returned from Carbon HilL
The white mob was successful in what
it set out to do. It killed four negroes,
wounded eight, and drove every nf gro
except the dead and wounded out of the
Ihe soldiers arrested and brougnt
back wiih them some of the white men
engaged in these murders, but Will
Murray the leader of the mob, they left
undisturbed in the mountains, where
he with some boon companions, defies
All is peaceful and quiet now and the
trouble is over, unlets Murray and Lis
friends should return and drive away
Mayor Anderson, of whom tuey com
plain that he called for troops, and by
so doing caused them some inconven
NEWS IN ERIEF.
Youcarutrthe counsoneata fi The nioJ aV all has always appead to
me, or thirty at a time; if you buy g'nSteTon has sent the me to be very weak. It wouW be d m-
dollars worth of goods you use tha Chicago posts of the loyalty to even think of anything less
ww dHara worth of goods you use , - f tha Chicaero nosts
. . j; : onii , . . i -a. vi
one coupon ana save out uim, .. ' . O. A. and is urging oner cnariwiwjr
. " a Si S-.T faSY"lJl SV1111I-.. a J. 3 1 a, 4.1.
buy thirty uoiiara wont ui disposed persons w uo w vycy aut.
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UBO fcJfcJ " 1
von have from now uuua
i ieo. n shiAh to make your pur-
were investigated last fall by English cham,T and during the year 1891 you
nan save io in " ""J ' 1 v,
The legislature has taken a recess.
ill meet again on ihe
1 1 th. If thev will spend this interim
. : i r ti.o ivnt.tomlesa roads of
VABIUI l '
Tennessee aud studying out a practl
.i vaiT t, out a bottom to them, the
ww mj wv
time will be well spent.
The silver Republicans of the West
have inaugurated a movement t
unite iu a demand for the appoint
ment of a Western man as Secretary
f ih TVnaanrv. to succeed the late
Secretary Windom. whose views ar
j ainnianpA with the people of the
West on the financial question.
The funeral of the late Secretary
of the Treasury took place last Mon
day at Washington. The services at
the house, church and cemetery were
ithout the least osten
tation. Remarkably good taste this.
Ostentatious funerals are fast goiug
out, and we hope the "complimentary
garb of morning" will fade at soon
The daily papers have it that the
Mayor of Palest iuc, Texa, attempted
to cane Sam Jones aud that Jones
wrenched the cane out or his hand
aud returned the complimeut with a
double dose. This will give the Rev
ered geutlemau somethiug to preaci.
about aud make the people laugh. It
will be nearly as good advertisement
for him as t'ae Candler affair was for
10 in ma Ablot.
The Iguominious failure of the
Harrison wing of the republican
party to push the Force bill through
Congress aud thus make the cam
miigu of next year on the old, old
"bloody shirt" Hues, brings up the
question of what will form the issues
upon which that party will make
what will probably be its last ua
tinnai onmnniim. Itdaresnot make
the tariff the issue, because republi
cans are becoming more hopelessly
d-.uidad mori that everv day: on
U W iuvt ar
finance there is even a worse di
vision, so that at this time it is hard
rn ciQ T u'hflt. t lift Ci. O. P. will do for
subscribing iorTHEoMBiA Her-
rA' r vear. Tho bouda cost you
We have a copy-right on
-i ,i r. Ailmr natver In
county has ever or can ever offer such
.,,,iita for subscribers.
Don't shut you-r ears to reason and
.i..v.t...,i.,av'iit nanuot be done.
.. i, unTu natrrh iii it." eto. ine
plain, stubborn fact is Just as we have Btaryatjon
Stated it. If you do not see l.ow
can be done, or now we ou
.. rr.,! uun ortice and we
will make more explicit explanation,
and prove to you that we can do it.
It will Mt you nothing to come
and investigate it, and you will make
lo for $1 if you will try it,
Come at once before tb offer ia
In addition to the above facts, we
will furnish you with the best county
newspaper in the Statf . All home
print; giving news of all kinds-social,
religious aud pojitical-from a U over
the county, all o t rne "
general news from everywhere, iOv
is tne time to uuti iuc ,
. 1 ,r a 1 1 will
you subscribe vuo iuufci j
have in which to use your bonds.
Columbia Herald to.
Topeka, Kan., Feb. a Hon. F. W.
McElroy. of Oberlin, Decatur county,
the Democratic nominee for congie.a in
the Sixth district in 1882, arrived in the
city Monday morting. He says that
the reports regarding destitution among
the farmers have not been exaggerated.
There is a crying need for relief.
X severe snow storm raged in that
section for fortyeight hours, and
eighteen inches of now covers the
ground. Ihe poor people are in more
pressing need of assistance than ever in
consequence of the change in the
weather, which has aaoeu w ine uanger
Wiat ul iroeiu($ tv uwm.
MAY RESULT IN A PUEI-,
The Democratic Sens. ors are cer
tainly deserving of the thanks of the
couutry for the ablemanuer in which
they foiled every attempt ot tne nar
republicans to ;pass the Force
bill and i -s revolutionary fore-runner,
the Aldrich gag-rule. Ouly those
u ikiii the ground kuoW of the many
personal sacrifices made by the deni
. ..- In nriUr tl be COUStautlV OU
hand, nreoared to take advantage of
every favorable circumstance that
miflrht arrse: but these -acri floes are
fully appreciated, not only by the
grateful constituents of the Demo
cratic Senators, but by the country at
large, which rejoices to know that
hth gag rule and Force bill are
shelved, it Is hoped never again to be
Among the literature ia embryo Is
a little pamphlet soon to be issued
ia m Herald office, entitled
.,i,a Follv." bv a Columbia pen
I have been favored with an advance
f tha work. aud find
.lonSl.wllv iMtnrestiug. It is enter-
ainimr hm-auae it is true to life. It
is the true history of the brief career
. a'.,,.a.n Ifnnaa TVf a ll a (WP.
p A ypilUK vjtri a.wo
'n.ora ia not onlv unite a good deal
i,nin n.it ii r ii the piece, but It
is the rushing, stirring, get-out-of-the-wav
human nature of this age,
hich carries the .young man, over
smooth and rough places alike, at a
1 rate and lands him sud-
on the Snore of Debt, in the
Slough of Despond.
The young man was called "Euthu
oiaitio " ami we infer from his name
that he was of a very sunny and ef
krawwiit ilUnosition. originally, bo
Hut Fate takes him and
i.i attkirs lu hand and Fate is dead
m ivu t nut', htm. When he concives bit
. ,v, titJ noon the theatrical world
Li fontiilence in himself and hie
faith in others is sublimely beautiful.
Tl. roseate hues of his disposition
lights all around him while he signs
his contracts, and promises pour iu
nrnfiinHlr unoii him: but when late
i.aa rinlueed him with a Johnstown
h ia as badly etrauded and a
much "Bot back" as a high water fish
the waters have receded and
ift him uoou a bleak and barren
and sun kissed isle. The accompany
Mit. that deoict the youug mana
rMr'i.o.nuutenauce at the several staget-
or transition from boyish hope to
blank despair, aie graphically execu
ted master pieces art.
One Man's Way.
If one were to stand in any fair
sized audience iu this country auu
exclaim, "No Btranger anouiu
the city without a uox oi M
his hearers to finish the sentence, it
is a hundred to one that the audieuce
.hunt. 's canuy: kiviuk
WW ja----a-e - , .
th name of a well known uicago
f,.ti,inpr. This gentleman sianeu
K..ai,aaa a fnw vearfl ago W1LU
leading laeas uii.iuj.ijr .
...obo utiintlv firat class goods, to tell
i,o ,n. Mo ttiat he had them and
urap ...... p V ,. .I
. imm H hia not usea large auvci
tisements in his line and for his pur
pose that would not nave oeeu iu
...t hut. tin has persistently aud
JJ O M T JOJ avaaw a . ,
.mntinnmiiilv hammered out tne
v.wu...... J . , , 1 1
.t.iiinnonf thai no sirauicer buuuiu
i.a itv without a box of bis
ICU A -J . -
n..,wi,. until hi name and personality
.,Qauiatd with the candy busi-
i. il, at fitv as no outers are
Tha I I iihI ration suggests lurcc
points: Advertising matter uou u
i. niain in nomiHisition. it should
ih inrlividualitv of the ad-
UKKvOV ,aw bm-w- - er .
...MaHnirlv in uae. Of course the
in the foregoing is
oetter adapted to paid matter in the
form ot "readers" than to display
i A ATtiw-i I ai n cr
tile advertising where
i;..,iau la H41 it ia well to make one
""i ""-' r. :
advertisement nave remu"u w "l.""
... U..i.H ia to follow. Having se
mirri the attention of a reader for his
onndnnnxnmnt the advertiser cu
catch him for the next by a line in
eii..7 Martinnlar uotloe to tne procia-
nmtinii whIC h will appear ia the
the next day or the next
... t r
.....sir uu t no fftsn iiihv ut?.
The study of methods is one which
every advertiser can make very profit
able. Newspaper advertising is a
uecesity for the good business man,
and pays him well ; but he can multi-
ply its returns oy usiug mo or
with energy ' and judgment. Ex
Something for Nothing.
For i. naid in advance, we will
send The Herald to any address In
i his county for oue year, aud Glviii
THE MONEY BACK at the expira-
iou of the year, if the subscriber uas
uot already saved MORE than that
amount by using some of the coupons
that accompany every receipt
and which cost nothing, in oiner
words it you pay for The Herald
you get the coupons free, and we are
so certain tuai you win ue """ft"
them to more than get vour
monevback, that If you ao not, auu
will prove it to us by bringing an
vour coupons uacn at tue euu i
year, we win reiuuu you juui """"v
and The Herald will have cost you
GROWTH OF THE SOUTH.
Talk af moo4 Paina; Shed by Two Promi-
Ant M f (Savannah, Georria,
Savannah. Ga., Feb, 3. William
Clifton, member of the state legislature
from this city, and John It. UUlon, tax
receiver of the county, are likely to fight
. . . .
The trouble grow qui pi soma rtuitvrs
bv Dillon on Clifton management of )
certain bill which be had in charge m
the legiidature. Clifton wrote to Dillon
demanding a retraction, which the latter
did not notice.
Clifton then wrote to Dillon denounc
ing him as a coward, and rising the lan-
1 1 , ' n : . TV;!!..
lie USU&I l paying nu cucm 3
read the jetta? ana retafii iv vo vuiju,
advising him to Tead it pver when he
got tool, i nis has enragea tmton anu
be eweari he will have Dillon's sealp.
ihe people nva tKf n sioes m me pom-
troversy, and crowds meet eacn ptner as
though the figbfrof each principal was
their own. tsotn mer are orave, wu i
is more than lively that a personal en
counter will take place on the streets if
fiwy should meet.
MASSACRED BY INDIANS.
Redskins Harder an Indians Tpaherand
His 80a lu Washington.
Brazil. Iud., Feb. 3. Private dis-
Gtches announce the recent massacre by
djaus pf Henry W. and John Mo
Namer, fther and eon, near Spokane
Falls, Wash, In ft fight the latter killed
a sajnaw, thus enratng the Indians.
Their bodies were horribly pautijated.
They were old citizens of Clay county,
and left hero a year ago. The father
taught school here for twenty years
DOWN AN EMBANKMENT.
Fifteen Passengers Severely Injured by an
Acaldent on the Southern Railway.
Atlanta, Feb. 8, The passenger
train which left Griffin Monday night,
on the Savannah, Griffin and North Ala
bama road, was thrown from the track,
unA th whole train rolled down a
twenty-foot embankment. About fifteen
passengers were severely wounded, but
FOR TWENTY-ONE YEARS.
Woods does to the Penitentiary for Mur
dering a Lunut'.o.
Richmond, Ind., Feb. 3. James A..
Woods, convicted of killing Thomas J.
Blount in the insane hospital here, last
September, was sentenced to twenty-one
years in the state prison. A motion for
a new trial was overruled by Judge Com-
TUESDAY IN CONGRESS.
The Tradesman, Chaitmooga Tenn.,
in its weekly report ot tne inuusi.rii
i.un...iii aF i iia xnntn lur us ww
.CI . t.iv....v.-. v. , . v.
ending January 31st, 1891, reports
new industries, z now i-ub.o, -
raiirnada 1 .in m m v line and 1 electric
railway. , . . ,
A ......... !,. lna.lintr nAW industries
organized during the week as reported
to rne 1 roticsman aro mo
iiAilur wnrka at Knrrvvilie. v a.i
r...inrv with jr-i'i.mxi capital t
mKD .... ..'.i. ...... . .
liainesville. Ua.: cotton lactones at
sliil.Knrv. X. IV. anil AllAlia, Aia.i a
' r..naa will Iia nrnntad at Johnson
i'iir Tnn an icH fac-torv at Mempnis,
tA.. . Havninnninnt companies at
1 C II " . . . t . ..
Birmingbam, Ala., ana jiiim,m"w,
a i oU,.h with a oanital of S100.UUU. A
. L.nnmrunr iriLh Sfl.OOO.(XX) Capital,
t..,. ArimntTAil H.t Darteii. ua.: also
IMS -x?vj a v. -,--- . - .
..n at St. Marys. W. Va. Aiacniuesnopa
...:n k. sru'iDii nt Ancuota. ui. : a uuui
Liany at ttoanoae, a., i-
.nartile ouarries, and oil companies
,.., hiuiti nriraiiiznd at farKersDurK
"""" . i.i U...
vv Va.. and Atuens. Aia. t u '"
.ru. riA iiavA ii Ann orirsiiiiDu
1 II II .IV. ..I.'.. . . . A, 1 . . .
Via . and Tallahassee, r ia
the former with a capital of $o0,000 and
tvin mm. A shoe factory will
IlllO ' - - A -A AA AA W AT
AMinlAH at UAlnAHVIIlB. . t Ha . IHIIUCII
U-l f3I A-AA - - - , , . , "
it (Jraliam. Va.; water worm ai, j ivaY,
Texas and Fort Vallev, a., and woou
working plants at Kensington, Ua.
Tituvillfl. Fla.; Astor, r ia.; anu sauu
'""vl."'":. .. ,.l,l Hi
Ilia first experience was a musicaj o ,.a " arl(i Auausta. Ua.
success but fiuanclally a little dig- .Hdings at Monroe, G, and
iring. and the cut represents him as a I xuscurabia, Ala.; court house at Daiton,
.Li.Af hi. friends for the "rare bunks have been organized at Vaynes-
' ' . . ... ..ui. - ...,a.l pTnrauiiinn I hnm. Oa.. and Big Stone Hap, V a.
good treat w.m. - lr'"". "charters lor railroads have been ap-
upon nis lace n 7 I plied lor from Savannah to Atlanta, ua.
..:wlrstaod where the congratula-1 Pa iron Harrisonburg,
" -" . w 1 1 : A . 1 .m k-v si I i ' Ftia a v .v,w . .
Va.:from Ureenville to Huntingaon,
Miss.; from Uatlney City to Shelby,
C: and for a road from N ashville, Tenn.,
to Cumberland Qap, Va. A dummy
Una uri 1 1 hn hnilt at Oadsden. Ala.; and
an electrio line at Columbia, S. C.
.:..onaniin. In the rec.tti oi tne
the first and the next
nnaMmAnt. ever and anon the faint
old smile OI uappier uajro
In the next perlormance however
.. .n. the elements Knoca mm
Liiir nut and land him ker-
Sk ln ihe Blough of Despond. In
nf manv waters bli pocket
hi how shattered, hi
: submerged, ad he i. ulUrlyl
Make It Business Like.
An Ino-enious advertisement is not
necessarily a good advertisement. A
iaar. main newspaper announce
ment I worth many intricate though
Washington, Feb, 3. In the senate
a bill reported from the finance commit-
te amending the revised statutes so as
to allow the president to fall vacancies,
caused by the death, resignation or
otherwise, of heads of departments for
more than ten days, was rejected, ana tne
bill adopted by tne nouse atonuay,
limiting the time to thirty days, was
Approval of the journal the house
proceeded to dispose of private business
on the speakers table referring the
measures to appropriate committees or
sending them to conference.
Faather-Weliruts to Fight.
New Orleans, Feb. 3. John Griffin
and Tom warren, ieaiur-wKiiio,
yesterday signed articles for a glove
pontest, which is to take place Deiore
the Audubon club on r eo. v. iae men
jtr to light with five-ounce gloves, and
they are to weigh jn at 120 pounds each.
Fitzsimmons and Carroll will likely
train and second Griffiji.
SCHOOL TEACHER MURDERED,
Brutal Assault by the Parants or Oaa of
Winnebago City, Minn., Feb. 3.
Miss Lent, the young school teacher
who was so brutally assaulted by the
Cruzen family a few days ago, has died
from her injuries. Miss Lent, who was
teaching in a country school near this
place, had occasion to punish a girl
named Crnaen. The girl s sister ran
home and told her parents. They be
came so enraged that they went to the
house and assaulted the teacher.
Mr. Cruzen struck Miss .Lent witn a
school-book and knocked her down.
The enraged mother then grabbed Miss
Lent by the hair, which was hanging
loose over her shoulder, and dragged her
around the room until the cap of the
skull was partially torn from its place.
With the aid of her husband, the wife
picked up tiie prostrate form of the
teacher and threw it out of an open win
dow, the head striking a stone.
A panic ensued, and the pupils scat
tered to their homes, where they report
ed the assault. Miss Lent was compelled
t take to her bed, with the result above
stated. The greatest indignation pre
vails. The Cruzens father, mother and
daughter were arretted and have been
placed in jaiL
OUR NEW NAVY.
Another Man-of-War Accepted by the
Philadelphia, Feb. 3. The new steel
cruiser Newark formally went into com
mission Monday at Cramp's ship-yard
as a man-of-war of the United States
government. The Newark will be fitted
The acceptance of the cruiser Newark
completes Cramp's first contracts for the
new navy, the others being the York
town, Vesuvius, Baltimore and Phila
delphia. On each of these vessels the
builders received a premium, either for
yxress of speed or horse-power. Two
other cruisers are now Building at
Cramp's, and two more will Boon be
started, the total amount of work under
contract there for the United State
than equal and honored union, such as
that between England and Scotland.
But who does think of anything else?"
A NEW PARLIAMENT
Wanted br the OoMrsor General to
Toronto, Ont., Feb. 3. The Empire,
the chief organ of the Dominion govern
ment, announces that acting on the ad
vice of his ministers, his excellency, the
governor general, has pleaded to dit solve
the kouse of commons and issue writs
for a mw narliament.
The nominations will take place on
Thursday, Feb. 26, and the polling on
Thursday, March 5. As the reasons
which have induced the government to
anneal to the country at this time The
F.rnnire eives the following
"It is understood that the Dominion
government ba, through her majesty's
government, made eertain proposals to
the United States for fRSgotiations looft
ing to the extension of our commerce
uith that country. These proposals
have been submitted to the president
for his consideration and the Canadian
government ia of the opinion that if
these negotiations are to result in a
treaty, which must be ratified by parlia
ment, it is evident that the government
should be able to deal with a parlia
ment fresh from the people, rather than
with a moriLnnd horse.
"It ia understood that Canada will
send a delegation to Washington after
Maroh 4. the date on which the hf e of
thfl resent congress expires, for the pur
pose of discussing informally the ques
tions of tle extension apd development
of trade between the United States and
Canada and the settlement of all ques
tions of difference between the two
countries,. This delegation will visit the
United States capital, it is said, as the
result of friendly suggestions from
CANADIANS AT LOUISVILLE.
What Thev Sav About the Dissolution
ef Their Parliament.
Louisville, Feb. 3. Mr. Eratus Wi-
man. Hon, J, W. Longley, attorney geu-
aral of Nova Scotia, and Mr. ijKstein
Norton arrived here Monday night for
ihe purpose of attending the banquet of
the Commercial club, which took place
Tuesday evening. Just after the arrival
nt thft nartv Mr. Wimah received a dis
patch stating that the Canadian parlia-
rr.n h A an (Iii Ti ip t)fn dissolved.
AAA.A. AA AA-AA i ? J - . " 1. - i . ,
Mr, Longley was consiuerauty u.;ih
by the news and wanted to start tome
immediately, but was fir.aly induce 1 to
stav for the banquet. "The sentinjenl
in fvnr of Tftt-inrocitv is growing rapiu-
ly in Canada," he said, "and Sir John
Macdonald feels that it will soon sweep
everything before it. His object in dis
solving parliament now is to spring u
election before the feelipsr has gathered
full force in ordr to savji the present
Hay Boom Annexation.
Washington, Feb. 3, Representative
Baker, of New York, who had toe cor.
respondence with Secretary Blaine on
Canadian reciprocity, has loaned the
original letters to The Toronto Globe,
for the purpose of publishing fac sun-
Representative Baker says he knew
the denial of Secretary Blaine would
rn a stir in Canada, and he wrote lit
letter for the purpose of sending a bomb
ir.tr. th Canadian came, which he has
rat-ril with niuch interest.
He believes a correct knowledge of
snch matters will assist very materially
the growing - sentiment in Canada in
fayor of annexation, and open the eyes
of the Canadians to the taisity oi tne
assurances of the people in power there.
A Faster Making- Up 'or Lot Time.
St. Lou ib. Feb. 3. George Harris, of
Newbern, 111., has broken his fast with
a vengeance. He had developed a
ravenous appetite and eats everything
with whigh his attendants see fit to
cnnnlv him. The chances are in fvat
of hia recovery, and some even profc
tr. hoiiAva that when he regains rm
strength that the power to walk, lost
eight years ago, will return to him.
Blc Coke Strike Likely.
PiTTSBUBG. Feb. 3. The strike of the
coke workers, set to begin next week.
seems certain" to occur. The operators
and representatives of the workmen met
Monday, and instead of proposing a
mmnmmm. an was exueciea. iu opera
tors insisted that the worxmen buouiu
awont a 10 tier cent reduction au
around. The workmen demand a 121
per cent, advance.
In the senate Mr, Turpi introduced a
lolnfc tvtiolutioB providing for an amend
ment to the constitution for the election of
senators bv direct vote of the people in ne
several states. Mr. Sherman atked for
Immediate action on the bill to correct the
tariff as to Hawaii, but it was postponed
on account of the absence of Mr. Carlisle.
Th dehnta on the fortification bill was
then continued until adjournment.
Jn the house a bill was passed extend
ing for thirty days the time allewed the
president to fill vacancies caused by eVeath.
A bi 1 was pawed providing for an fO,OC0
public buildjLrsjt St, Paul.
Boston, Feb. 8. The United Labor
Alliance is composed of leading mem
bers of trades unions, Knights of Labor
Nationalists and Socialists, and at a
meeting Monday denounced the pro
posed movement for biennial state
elections, and adopted a resolution set
ting forth that "the sentiment of the
people of Boston on free silver coinage
till has Veen misrepresented by bankers
and money lenders at a meeting recent
ly held in feneuil hall," The meeting
voted to caHa public meeting in Faneuil
hjtll next week ,4to voice the opinion of
citizens to free coinage of fiee silver."
Washington, Feb. . 3. The firt
cabinet meeting held since Mr. Win
dom's d(tL met Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock,
all the members being present. The
question of filling the vacancy in the
treasury department was dicusesed.
Balfour's light railways in Ireland have
given work to 7,413 unskilled workmen.
Mr. O'Brien has written a long lettfer to
The Times refuting Mr. Balfour's speech
as to: he origin and working of the plan
The Lcn Ion Standard says that the
judgment , in the case , of the sealer Say
ward is assurance that the Soaring sea
dispute will be settled oa its merits and
from the standpoint of strict legality.
Condensation of Interesting
Blizzard in the northwest.
Diphtheria is pronounced epidemic
Rev. Edward Hays ' Plun-e-'e, dean
Wells, U dead.
A tornado in Clay county. Miss., did
much damage to property.
Canada has decided to establish dairy
schools throughout the Dominion.
The Commercial Exchange of I h'.ladel-
phia protests against free silver coiuage.
The new Koch institute la Isework
was opened to patients Monday at No. 10
Twg Boston reporters have bten ncea
for contempt in writing up a court cae
la a genial vein.
A train crusted into a street c.r
Whitman, Mass., seriously injuring Mrs.
Dawson and Miss Williams.
George M. Bradley,' a consumptive, of
New Haven. Conn., died Monday, fie
had been using Koch's lymph.
The mills of the gods are guarding the
Anderson, Ind., White Caps, but as usual,
they grrlad in a leisurely manner.
At Ottawa it is believed the Dominion
parliament will be dissolved this week,
and that elections will be had March 13.
CoL H. W. Hovey, of Zanes.'illr, is re-
nortad missing together with $1,2 0 be
longing to a widow to, whom ho was be-trothed,
A combine of 3) 1 ound of gunpowder,
ten barrels of coal oil and a spark made a
loud and disastrous conflagration at Ne
Lena Marks, while alone in her father's
bakery at Marcy, N. V was criminally
assaulted by a stranger aud e.abbed. the
Jim Cowley, the Texas g'ant, ar.d John
MoMahon will wrestle, collar-and-elbow,
tor SotO ai-d the championship, in Mon
treal, Anarch 1.
The common police court at Columbus,
O., has decided that the Cerneaus canr.ot
use the symbols and signs of the all-round-square
Minnie Markle, who went into a trance
at Springfield, O over a week ago, died
uneonscjoua Monday niyht. She had been
txcuea oi luceiiuiurisui.
In Montreal conviction is growing th;vt
the Grand Trunk aud Canatifcui Pacinc
will consolidate. Joint passenger and
freight rate circulars are now is sied,
The entire business portion ot w m-
chester, O., was destroyed by fire Tuesday
morning. Loss about lu,C00; insurance
half. Supposed to have been mcenuiary.
The Socialists of Chx igo hive adopted a
rc solution demanding !at the managers
of the world s fair must employ uuioa
labor upon all the work in connection
Toledo replies tq the claim oi sne al
leged Jones heirs to ICQ acres in her very
heart, that nobody by that queer and un
usual name ever owned land in that
The dtad bed of aa unknown, wit h a
bullet in his head, iouiu$ near ilcCilIa,
Ala., is thought to be that of J. F. Fal-
conette. who recently disappeared rrow
ShilbyviHe. Ind., court h. s no sym
pathy for a poor widow. Mrs. Aloihe
Cutic, married eight times, is ordered to
leave the town, an she is too gay even lor
an octagonal relict.
William Mitchell, of Indianapolis, fatally
shot himself under h a sweetheart's win-
dew at 4 a. m. Monday. Despondency,
caused by want of employment, is sup
posed to "be the cause.
At Bethlehem. lJa.. l.QQQ employes at
the steel mill pf Ihe Bethlehem Iron com-
nanv suffeied a reduction In wagos aver-
iuima 10 per cut. Depression in the trade
S attributed as the cause.
At Mount Vernon, O., George Dowell
fiiids tbtt his wife of 18 years is lawfully
married to a previous husband, aud cheer
fully makes room for the patient H.nocn
Arden by a suit ftr divorce.
The Bank of Commerce of est bupe-
rior. Wia.. whica made an assignment
several mouths ago, r..ojened its doors for
business under the same name and with
the capital Increased to $'5J,t0J.
A colony of Hebrews fromlius: 1 1, .o n-
prising MO families, will arrive in St. Paul
and Minneapolis this week. They were
sent to the Luited States Ly Buiou Hirsh,
wLo donated a large sum of money fur the
Morton Adcock, who beat Jt W. Tap.
tcottat Padu:aii, Ky., reeujting inthj
latter' death, was given a preliminary
hearing, t e grade of' the crime being
fixed at m i daughter. Adcock was re
leased on bail.
A reduction of about 10 per cent, has
been made i" the wagi a of the workmen
at the Enimi blat furnace, the property
ef the Union Boiling Mill com;a-iy, of
Clevelai d. The cause is tVie competition
of southern furni.ee.
At Lafayette, Ind., the grand jury has
returned twj separate indictments against
George Bennett, charging him with mur
der in the first degree for the killing of
William Scott and Jchn Werkhoft. The
shooting occurred in November last.
Lieut. Schwatka is still improving, and
his physiciuns state that his recovery is
only a matter of time. His injury is such
that he will be confined to his bed at Ma
son City, Iowa, at leat two weeks, lie is
. atii.flr heartilv. resting easily and hia
pains in the back are not so frequent.
' An Akron. O.. special says that the em-
Dloves of the Bucxeye mower and reaier.
works have been notified of a readjusts
ment of their hours and wages, which will
amount to a cut of from 80 to to per pent,
The manager cf the works says the inen
will get just ta much as before, but will
have to work longer hours.
At Alpine. Tex., H. H. Howe and Fine
Gillilaud 1-st Wednesday quarreled over a
to calf and Gilhland shot and killed
Howe. Sunday , when Deputy Sheriff
Cook and James Putnam attempted to
arrest the murderer a regular fusillade
occurred in which Gilliland and his
horse were killed. Cook shot in the leg
and bis horse killed. 1'utuam W03 not
The judgment of. the full court of Man
itoba has just been given on the appeal of
the Roman Catholiis from Judge Killam's
decision, which upheld the validity of
provincial legislation abolishing separate
schools. Tl.e judgment of the full court
sustains Judge Killam in every point.
Judge Dubuc, who is a Frenchman, dis
sented from the judgment.
Culled by OurCorrespondents
On last Tuesday night the beauty and
chivalry of Bear OreeK were again in
vited to HBHeinble at the resilience of
Mr. W. H. Mitt-hell tor a few houis ot
pleasure and enjoyment, At early twi
light the happy 'crowd begau to gather,
nnii oarcelv did I ever see a more joy
ous throng than this one. The enter
tainment was giveu in uonor oi one oi
tveiuucKv s most cnarming young
ladies,- Misa Molly Adams. Notwith
standing the inclement weather the
occasion proved a grand success. At
10 o clock the supjier oeii discourses
wt in ii. sic in the ears of the merry
crowd, and at its lirst sounding each
ijenileuian armed a young lauy ana re
paired at once into the spacious dining
room, in which was a large table and
upon it was spread iu bouuntul profu
sion food tit lor the gods. The crowd
returns their mauy thanks to Mr. and
.Mrs. Mitchell for their many courtesies
shown them while there, and also to
Miss Bettie, who f pared no pains in
making each one present euioy them
selves. At half past twelve o'clock the
merry crowd dusperswd, perfectly de-liu-hld
over the pleasure which the
Miss Mullv Adams, of Llkton, Ky.. i
ihe guest of Miss Betue Mitchell at
present. Miss A. is a young lady pos
sessed with rare beauty and a mind
idorned with the richness ot a splenaia
intellect and scholarly attainments.
.Miss Musie Iilanton, irom near rian
on's Chanel, spent this week as a guest
id" Miss Minnie Coldwell.
Mrs. S. T. Cook and daughter were
visiting relatives on the creek last
Ask John Lockridge how he likes
Miss Betiie Mitchell returned home
last Saturday from a very pleasant
visit to friends in Klkton, Ky.
There was a very enjoyable play par
ly given last Thursday nigbt by Mr.
Hiid Mrs. Bill Coldwell at their resi
dence. eoniDliiiientarv to Miss Mury
Blanton. Supper was served during
thfi evening and a pleasant time was
had hv tlmsft nresent. The party con
siBted of Miss Musy Blantoii, Minnie
Caldwell, Krankie Miller and Lula
Daiinwood. Messrs Henry Daitnwood,
liminet Butler, Walter Caldwell and
Albert Carr. Mrs. Caldwell is au ex-ct-llent
hostess and her effort Thursday
night was an honor to her.
Mr. F.ni nut: On Wednesday of last
wek, at J::50 a. M., Miss Klla Byrne
was united iu marriage to Mr. V. F.
sii.ru. r l.vtmviile. The bride is a
.lamliter of Rev. Ci. D.Byrne, pastor of
the M. K. Church at this place. Our
acquaintance with the contracting
hat limited: but they
havowon the friendship and highest
esteem of all, who have been so for
tnnutn as to meet them. The church
vm tot'-full v decorated with ever
crroonannil artificial flowers. The at-
.eiiuauis were: Miss N'ola Byrne and
Mr .1, a St.irv. Messrs. A. C Moore and
Juiiim iIussHllvere the ushers. After
rcu.oiv-iinr I'lmirrntii litl ions. M T. and Mrs
Ktnrov. nwomnaiiied l)V Miss Nola
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tvrne auu iir. JJ oioiv, '
viniville. their future home, carrying
with them the best wishes oi uianv
a .iMli.rl.ifiil diiimsr was given at i"
r.Mtti Lit l.lo home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
KiikmcII. .r:iiiuarv US lusr. in honor oi
their son Mr. James Kussell. e nose
who iiMrtii-hiated were Misses hittie
Fleming. Media v jlluirn, faille Mooie,
Ifall it. Mill 1 Marv llorsolt and laura
Porter; Messrs J. V. Delk, A. C. and A,
Moore. Marvin ana ;reiier iijuie.
Dr.C. A. Forgey, Mr. and Mrs. . it.
ttobtusoii, ami Mrs. B ibert -l.r, ar.
r o ilnv will ho witn measure lonsi re-
nuini.,.1 p.i. ami mav never a trouble
r..ssj t.ha iihL iwav OI Hie atreti uosi auu
h stss, and their remaining days be as
bright as the sunsluue.
Miss Media v liimrn ana iivue r iem-
lug have returned to their homes near
Miss l-.ua AJav t'.iiuiisii is visvuiir
aunt Mrs. Lem Banks at Spring mil.
Mr. Ad Korurev and Miss L.izstie iiar-
an. f Water'Valley, attended services
here last Sunday.
Mrs. ljevi King is awe to ue out unci
i protracted spoil ot sickness. Miss
ieriruue iaiisuee, nnrj aim .-.t.n.nn...,
children of Mr J. F. Choat, and Utile
Vunie Kiastus, daughter ot Mrs. ir.
And e?,are reported Ul; nope tney win
soon be well again.
Mr. E. C. Mangrem will bring on a
stock of drv goods soon. Uo will oc
cupy the "Church" fatove house, which
tie nas repaireu auu maau 411110
Our town is improving rapidly, isui
we are still in need of a blacksmith.
Some man who follows this traue win
lo well to come here,
Anv voting mail wlah'iig to icarn a
suitable pieoe or pot try to repeat to "his
irl," would do well to rail on Dr. C. A.
rorgev, as lie lias oeen nearu m iri'ini
piece highly appreciated by all of the
irls, and especially one.
Miss ;oia iiyrni wn i"1"1 c"'"'ic.
ihe school at this place, lieginnini:
Monday February mst. .Miss oyrne
is a bright, deserving y Ming lady, and
we wish her much success. i-.e .mi r..
CLAIM ON THE CAPITOL.
Remarkable Suit Filed by Illinois people
la tha Land Oflla.
Alton, 111., Feb, 3. United States
Claim Agent William IL Platte, of this
city, has filed in the land officeat Wash
ington a peculiar claim. It is in favor
of Edward Hugo, Mrs. W. P. Paul and
Mrs. Price, of this citv. and O. S. Hugo,
of Peoria, who are the legal heirs of the
late Dr. Samuel Hugo, and in it these
t arties claim ownership to part of Capi
tol sauare at W ashingi.cn. The docu
ment is in the shape ot a land warrant
from the general assembly of Maryland
dated April 15. 178-i for lots 2.0J8, 2,01
2,703 and '2,704. This includes about
five acres of land and is described as
"lvincr to the west of Fort Cumberland,
Allegheny conntv. Maryland." The
claim has been filed and recorded at
Washington aud will, if it holds, in
volve the ownershin of I4irt of the
ground pa which the Xatiotal Capitol
Mk Editor: Have you been to
Nashville lately ? If you have, you
have uo doubt seen the Great New
Store. Truly the march of progress
"Who would have thought a few-
years ago that there would be estab
lished in the South such a commer
cial house as that of the Coxkell-
Hall-SIcLester Co., of Nashville?
To & lady going to Nashville, this
concern is a blessing indeed.
She can get oft" the cars at the Uniou
Depot, take a hack or streetcar and
go at once to the door 01 tuis great
store, where a cozy reception-room,
with dressing-room and toilet-room
are at her service. Her baggage aud
bundles may be checked, aud she can
then go wherever Hie may choose
about the house or the city, without
being encumbered with luggage. If
the weather is bad. aud a lady goes
to the city only to shop, she need not
leave the great store at all.
livery sort 01 goods iu the greatest
variety is kept iu the house, aud at
oue price, everything being marked
iu plan figures; and mere sue cau
rind anything that may not be had
of our local merchants iu the way
of Dry Goods, Boys Clothing, Cloaks,
Oress-making. Millinery, aud every
thing else. Hveu a luuch-rooni is
kept by this enterprising company,
where such a lunch is set as will sur
prise some of our good housewives of
Maury County, aud at prices that Are
astonishingly cheap. A lady need
uot put her foot out of the door to do
h whole day's shopping, at this great
store, and the house asks that their
reception-room be made the place of
all visitors to the city. Ihey will
takeoartyf all bundles sCut them, aud
ship all together, relieving ladies of
untold annoyance in caring for their
purchases. When visitiug Nashville
no lady hhotild fail to see this great
establishment. A F'SiExn. ,
P. S. I forgot one thing that will
greatly pleate the youug people, that
is, that they have a caudy depart
ment, where fresh candies are made
everyday; and even sell hot soda
water, thatexhiliratlng French drii k
for ladies, hot huillon. grape milk, etc
Reduced -:- Prices
outh Bend Chilled Plow
CITY HALL litfK-EW34iS
At. a rpimlar meeting of the Board ol
, hleriiitin held last Friday night Janu
. Iii 5
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. 4!l 15
. 50 Oil
. .r)0 00
. 50 00
. Ml 00
. ao 00
: 3 'f.
. 2iW 13
. 50 IHI
. 50 00
. 1H7 00
. Ml 'JO
. W! 45
ury 3Utu; ine
Columbia Improvement Co...
H. L. H end ley
W. V. Taylor
K. K. Krwin
r. K. 1-iipscomb
T. M. Tucker
1. IJ. F. Howell
W. J Owen,
Lazarus ife Son
Lamb it Smith Z
street, Embrv & Co
it. II. iui-st, Chrni
i. T. Mosley
V. J. Andrews
'vV. A. Voss
The following reports of oilicers
read and approved and oruereu
ipon the minutes.
KECORDEK 8 REPORT KOS P EC KM I K ft .
Ciilunil-in Tpim .Tmniiirv 7'h IS'.il.
Report of E, 13' Erwin Recorder for
Received from finea and cost. . .
Received from license
Received from Merchant Tax..
Received from Miste laneous .
For which I hold the receipt
Nichols Treasurer. Hespectrul y
K. K. Krwin, Ilecnmer.
Kxainined and found correct.
K. Yoest Chairman.
recorder's report for novemher.
Columbia Tenn December 5th IfflH).
Tleoort of K. K. Krwin Recorder' for
Received from lines and cost ...?51 10
Received from license 2i5 50
Received ftom Merchant Tax 4:i0 Oil
Total . .' 74i fin
For which I hold the receipt of A. J.
E. E. Erwin, Recorder.
Examined and found correct.
E. Yxiest, Chairman.
Columbia Tenn., January 1st lS-il.
To the Honorable Hoard of Mayor ami
As vour Treasurer I beg leave to sub
mit the following report.
To Balance on hand at last set
tlement $ 131 70
Received from E. E. Erwin
Recorder (Balance for ISiHl)
Received from E. E. Erwin Re
corder Received from T. E. Lipscomb
Received from J. M. Morton
Total collections including bal
auce"ln bank 3109
To Salaries. . . .
To Work House
$ 747 32
A. J. Nichols, Treas
10. Yoest, Chairman
There being no further business the
Board adjourned until next regular
Attest. E. E. Krwin, Recorder.
II. L. Ilendley, Mayor.
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the i,:c:itiiiet!J; oi
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"crorula, :. I Ssrsn, IHaiples.
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Swollen Joiuta, Ach-
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Sore Eyes, Prayi-pcia, r-i: ordered
Stomi0', X5erar.-ed Sjstsm,
Cf' ?AiSdl Cc-uliity. 7"-:'a-ea3ei
Kiuneys acd T-ivcr.
It nti OTir t': ho-l: U.r.ir
.'llu-11 t-ii'.fl.kd au-!
l.i'I'd r.n nni
-.Itiv. :i co.isti
certain l&joi cleans jr an! hflaltl
Sale -:- of :- iani
V " Y virtue of a deed of (rust executed to me
I hv Ij. P. .Mcflilieht-v on the day of
Mv. INST. n-hi-ti ilei-il i of record In Itook U
Vol. 3, ii:iLre:iT and of the Register office
of Mnurv (Jimiitv. Tennessee, and to lilcn
di-il reference is here uinite: I will, on Mon
liiiv. the liith day of Ki-nriiHry, l.U, lit the
I :i 111 rt -in mse ilnor. Ill I iilllllliMM. i eimei.ui-
within lawful houi-ii. sell lo th highest bid
der fur cash, free from the right anil equity
nl redemption, the following iiewrineu trac
r lunil. sitm.le in the Hth Civil District o
Maurv Conntv. Tennessee and bounded fin
fiillnws- neiriniiinir ul net ro-lt. W. M. Ir
vinps S. V. eornrr. riimilii!: t hence North
M.'iS-'ilO i with his line to u set rm-k, theneo
V. 215 73-1110 pules to a stakeon the I'.ast bank
of t lie creeK a ctierry, asn unu eun iuum-i
iiienee S. :V K. H 7-1(1 no os toastHKo: Iliciice
Knst. in 5ii-lm i iiles to u stake: thence S. 17'..
W. 9 !-! poles; thenee Scuth 5 :t2-lnu pules;
t hence N.S'.'i K. IS 0-10 poles; tlieneeh. 4J
V. 20r52-HW poles; ;theiice N. t"'J K. 7 2-10
poles; thenee S. ls'a ;W. IK .Vi-liiO poles mi
centerof road; thence Fast with W. A. 1'ul-
liam 1.17 2-Hi rsiieB in a tock eiisi n spuus,
thence with V. A. Pulliiiin, H. 'Si K-10 jioles
to a ruck his corner; t.lience toe K. 104
,;s-imi"iMile. aj rock with dogwood and beech
puin ; tlienee N, lis 3ti-10( pules to a set
men in w.
No. 1, (same size as Oliver No. A.)
No. 1 B, (same size as Oliver A 2.)
No. 2, (same size as Oliver No. 10)
No. 3, (same size as Oliver No. 19)
No. 4, (same size as Oliver No. 20)
No. 15, fsamesize as Olive No. 40
Extra, Point With Each. Plow.
"Every Plow Fully Warranted."
TERMS: SPOT CASH.
The above prices are to any and every
body. We do not require them to be sub
scribers to the Columbia Herald or any
Street, Emlry & Co.
East Sid Public Square,
TELEPHONE No. 8.
M. Irvines; thence W- Ill:i3-lti0
poles with his line lo the beginning, coiiibiuj
inn- iwi '. iii-res and is lot No. 4 in the division
of the MeClincliey estnte, less "j0 acres and &7
poles sold to Hester Lawrence anl Umnded
hs follows: Keginniog at a stone, K.'M. Kin
dles rt. V. corner and niDiiiiiK s- 73 'A 1""
poles to a stake, . I. N. Turters corner; thence
with his line S-s' K. Ill M-iOO poles lo a stake;
tt encc N. ti :i-l'v ioles to a stake In Kin
dles line; thence with his line W 111 S5-1U0
no es to the beijinnlng; also less two acies
and 1-V1 poles sold to J. VV. S. Ridley, deed to
which in recorded In Hook K, page M, Vol. 3
of the Registers office.
Sa'dsalewiil be made for the purpose or
foreclosing said de.-d of trcst find enforcing
payment of the note therein secured t. (fetn
er with Interest thereon, costs .f sale aril
attorneys fees- for colleeting said nute and
enforcing f.-rccliisure of suid deed of trust
This January ,th,lsyi.joHNM Ai i Kv
FlGUKRS A Pdgktt, Attorneys. Janl4t
'SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES" AT OMCI.
tvttrWW CO., of the SnETTtrtc A jrrniCAic, con
tinue tu't ns (i'lliciti-ra for 1' itijnis, t'livtsil, Trade
i-.lBrki. ipyiiphis, for the rrutcJ Rintes, Cannilm
lin--lM!id. Krani-o, Get many. eto. H:nl BKikubout
l'.-enls t'r.t free. Tiiirt j"-tmi jvun' experience.
ruei!otUin"J tlinuch Mt'X.N CO. aremitio il
In the Sci KMi f ic A M kkica t lie laPKw-it . r-eM., an J
:..iwt wlUv'ir cinmhtusl s.-leiitiilo papr. yir.
oeklT. t:Keli:tltl ennravinf rl lntO"s:!n In
'..r::in'inn. b.Jtimen o ;iy nf tiio rleinSBc A men
frnn --tit tf-o. Actdr CO.. t- liMirip
AilCttiC.'..S oaica, 2ul Droadwny, J.0 urX.
Cavpnts. and Trr.rle-M.irltB obtained. ar.U an J ai
cut hnsine'9 fomiui-teii for Moriewe hoes.
Our Olfice is OooosHe U. S. Patent OHice
and we ran soenre i.at i.t tu less time tuan tuoea
reunite froir. WBsliiugnm. ,i...erii.
Send model. Urawlntr r phato., with decrip.
tion Wo i.iivife. if patent .ur. or not. free ol
ch "'"e O il fee not tne till patent is HC-tireQ
C "PampWet. "How to Obtain ( I'-tcnt..-
iiiinies- of actual ciientf iu your iiUtu. otiuty.w
towu sent free. Adore,
Opposite Patent Office, Wasiungtun. D. C.
Non-ltesidi iit Notice.
J. T. S. (ireenfield vs. Win. Hansel!.
WHKUHAStlie ph.liilitriii tliiKc-a-.ise. j.
T S. (ireentielU has sued out a writ ol
attacM.ient before ine. K. "J"
ti.reof thel'e.u-e for Maury oun y, 1 - m..
against thejpropei t.v ol the deHftiihi nt -seVon
theroitnd of the n -res. I; .ee of
ment writ iV. fi.re me H-ws that the same
has bevu levied upon I he property ol said ile
fendaut, and hi, order ol " publication i fnteied
upon said writ, as provided by Uw.
ttierorore il is i.r.leieil bv ine that public.."""
be mmle ln the Columbia Herald, l-ubl sbeil
in Columbia, 'enu.. fcr four oi. J-i u.le
weeks tUat the delendant. Win. Mu-sell
m ike h's a ....ra!.ce b, fore me at mv othce
in the 171. district of Maury County, 'lent,
on S .turdav t he 21st day oi Kcbru-.r v. vd
and defend s nd suit, or I he same will be p.o-
ceetle.i Willi pin n- """;
Jan23 4t 1
PUCKETT, J. P.
Clerk Axn M as fKK" '
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M.-es. ;.ii'dtmi, c-i.tnj-hvltiiuit.
fr..r li. Me.-M". di-fcuuain.
It ar-ponrlns fri'M, , am.luvit nie.l tr - t his
i.?.i,.r..r:,re ordered that he enter hlsap
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Court TJ be he,u at Colu-nbla. p.. the tirst
m "nday In April next. l:d. and plead ., -
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set for hearina ex pa. ls and th it a . opy !
thhiorder lie ptii.lis-'.e I lor four coiise. ti e
weeks la the Columbia He, uUl. & M
Fleming & sii. "olr for Cm pl'U leti 41
Having thl lldV i!?ICStt"J ' " ITIilrutJ
niwSwte o ! L.yil. H.HI.H-k. deceased. tl.U -i
i aa ,-u. iuh hn ing i latins against
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fore the tirst day of 'A ,u i'lst is ;l
febi; 4t KMMhl 1' H.0 1
We have a complete stock or print
er'f stationery, a new pre6, and tyi
of every deweriidioa Joo prlutlug
promptly exwuti-d M rta-ouat-e
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O One Pair Natrb Ilor-
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t-One llanlMine Well HrKl Vrlvfnir Mare.
t Oim 'aMii frcMul ta
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