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Friday April 3, 1801.
l 1 tAXHEK. EclHor.
J. o. Milson, the well-known
111 fl Tl o (rpr Of the Vendonie at Nash
ville, ia dead.
Thrf.k ici a BuaDiciou that ex-
Speaker Keed haa gone to Euro; e for
tha purple of coaching the your.
Emperor of Gjrinxny in the
Judoing from hia letter In an3wer
to Mr. Blaine' telegram Governor
Nicholla, of Louisiana, ia a bette
diplomat than the Secretary ol
Tiik i?rip is epidemic iu New York.
Chicago, Pea Moines, Ia., aud Mil
waukee, Wis. In Chicago la t Mon
day there were lt1 deaths from it, and
o 1 Tuesday li from tb ""ie cause.
Gov. lUcKANAS has commenced
grinding out pardons. His last war
Kiven to a young man by the name ol
Davis, who had been convicted o
forgery. Davis' family was good aurt
his parents were rich.
Tub more that is learned of tl e
characters of the men recently killed
tit New Orl.ans. the feebler bcc mtB
the objection to their killing. There
i no room for professional murder
ers in this country, large as it is.
The lusurgeut war in Chill is at
trading attention for it9 bloody bar
barity. The insurgents bombarded
t ie citv of io.ulu.ue and leel d to the
ground every building and murdered
helpless women and children by he
Eve littlo Hawaii Is disixwed to
bluir Mr. Blaine into granting it ex
traordiuary trade favors by threaten
Ins to make a reciprocity treaty with
Citiala. Tnat shown how the "v
tf'M-ous foreign policy" impresses for
The sugar trust is doing a bit
juggling with the tarilflaw, which i
not cred:table to the law or the men
composing the trust, but it is no more
than what was predicted by long
headed democrats when the in
bounty was added to the tariff hil
Did ex Representative AIcKinl;
apeak sarcastically when he reoe itlj
told a New Uugland audience that
Mr. Harrison was as gjd a prenideiit
as we have had In years ? There is
suspicion that by mistake lie ueg
leeted to have the word "years" pre
ceded by "two."
Tjik negroei are m tmug thing
quite lively for Mr. Beiij-imiu H irri
'u; they want rop reseat at i ves iu th
luanagmeut of the World's Fair, an
thev want a m inhor of their race
mule judge of t'i IT.iited State
Circuit Court. Wni e they are about i
they should a's djiii;ind a place up
on the next repuhiii!:!!! national
ticket. They are jut as likely to get
one as the other.
Gov. Hohkj, of Texas, is o strict in
his Idea of the rights of the several
states composing the Union that he
has vetoed a bill passed by the legis
lature authori.iu ; the acceptance of
the bounty of 2 cents per piund pro
vided in the Mclvinley bill, for sugar
produced upon the farm owned by
the state au i operated with coavict
labor. G v. Hog? ia right, the
b u-ity system, whatever applied to,
is un-American and uu-dimocratic.
Sksatoii STKWAitr has bceu tell
ing tales out of school about how Mr.
Harrison compelled Senators to vote
tigaiust their couvletious by threaten
ing to veto measures iu which they
were parsonally interested. Wiiai
business has a Senator or Representa
tive to be personally iuterc-ited in any
bill that eomes before Cn;ress?
Judges are not allowed to sit in the
trial ot cases In which they a-e per
personally interested, and one o
hesedays tlie people will put a sto.
to the careers of Congressmen who d
euch things, and it cannot be too soon
for the future welfare of the country.
The Indian question will not down.
It is stated that the Sioux are again
guttering from short ratious and fears
of another outbreak are spreading.
Why the ludian bureau ot this goT
ernmeut cannot be rua on common
sense, business principles, Is one of
tl e cou'iudrums of the time. Why
m ike promises to tho delegations of
In lians th at from time to time g to
Washington", unless it is iuteuded to
keep them? T.ie Indians should be
properly taken care of or they should
03 left entirely alone. E io igh
iu ney Is appropriate I every year to
provide well for those Iudiaus u it in
...... i Il ,JU1,r.l hill
a pisitioa to vro iot iuo.ut-. . -gl)
many faucy salaries are paid from
that funi and so iuujh of it is stoleu
by dishoue .t ofli ilals and coutractors
that the red mau is auythiog else but
well taken care of. Until there is a
radical change lu our treatment) 61
the Indians occasional outbreaks, ac
companied by bloolshed, may be ex
pected, and as alo as tlu republi
can party la iu control of the uational
goverutneut theie will be no change.
The Nashville Herald of last
Tuesday coutaius a full reort of
.omethiug like an indignatiou meet
ioR held at the Maxwell House Mon
day, when the Scuatora who had
pushed the fight against the railroad
expressed themselves iu no uncertain
teruis "against one Mr. Stablniau and
a hideous lobby, said to have invaded
aud bribed aud disgraced the forty
eventh assembly. They called Mr.
Btahlmau and his "hirelings,"
"slimy" and "loathsome" and a great
many more pet names, and jumped on
the press and their brother Senators
who hail differed with them, aud the
balance of mankind who did not agree
with them. If half these Honorable
Senators said is true, then. Mr. S ahl
matt and his gang Ought to be
whipped and driveu from the State.
If half these gentlemen said It Is not
tru", then the3e same gentlemen
ought to be severely rebuked by the'r
constituencies for such wholesale
lander. What the facts are we are too
far from the field of battle t decide
I;would appear, however, that wlie.-e
there Is so much smoke there must
be some fire. On the other hand we
n tice that neither the American nor
the Banner takes the slightest notice
of the aforesaid raviugs. and we cau
ot believe and do not believe that
the American tnd the Banner Lave
been subsidized to euch base uses as to
eive their silence when such out
rageous work is going on. The Sena
tors who voted against the railroad
-..mission bin owe it to iuui
eelvesto reply to these
bribery od corruption,
being mad Mfalnfik thm,
Plea For Fair Play.
Richard" Bhall have his chance,
likewise all the other cunain-
lectured, henpecked husband of
Maury county. "Time about is lair
play," and "he laughs best who
la-Jghs last," aud if Richard will
possess his soul with patience" un
the first of June, then we will give
an opportunity to pour fourth
pent up wrath and ever, up wuu
dd lady. We will ifo that mu h
for lustice. We would do more, and
iop the "Model Husband" contest u
word is out and we
canuot. It haa six weeks more V
run and it Is terrible to think of th-straight-jackets
we must endure un
il then. If a man takes au inno jeu
,.f o crraiu if coffee he is cale
ieceitful and accused of bard U nut
ng, audaien iortrait of hnu at
tars on the lirbt puge or uie nexi
ssueof the H Kit ALU. Hie mildly
n.'.-Hts to his seven cherubs that he
s a. little weary from the work of the
iay aud wishes they would ride their
hobby horse instead of his foot, lit
a cruel aud stern aud must ne wrn
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. . . . i . i (1 U 1 1 I II 1 mr " -
U iVn I
not be followed.
to Hiibmit our
brothers to this crucible when we of
fered this filthy ten dollars of lucie
ileo in that lo turn
hack would be worse than goiu on
..r.U tn tl.t elfect. s) we muf-t
vrin and bear it until our time comes.
When it does and we get noia oi iue
hntr. don't vou forget we . will pud
. i ii .lit., :.
them. It will take much of their
time to get tbeni In curl again. . Ana
these "tie ba ks," oh! my! how
horrid! And decollete, how suock-
ine! And why do you Iook oacis
.. .... r.tlir?
every time you was ov...
Aint that ridiculous! Aud WUy u
you blockjap church aisle and not
let anybody out? "Becau-e," we
suppose. Yea "because," and that is
about the extent of yom logic H .it?
Just go on if rs. Bowser,' if you think
thare is no hereafter, "Richard"
will be himself again, by-and-by, and
he will teach you something. Tue
man is the natural ruler aijd will boss
the situation befo-e he is d mo with
Diplomacy, That is All.
Tii Italian o inistrv has created a
targe sued sensation by recalling Ba
ron Fava, the Italian miuister at
Washington, aud there is a deal
atnouutof talking ahoufc "griui vis
aged war" etc. We hop, however,
that the farmers of Maury county
will not begiu quite yet to sharpen
plow poiuta Into sioars, but w ill con
tinue the eve i tenor of their way,
plowing aud S3 in, fa 1'4 ur hum
ble opinion the bio dy carnage will
be ouly a massacre of wor Is, which
i a polite p-i!iti2tl circles is callc I
The Maaa have threatened the
King of Italy, and he, to prevent
their sticking a stiletto between his
short ribs must make a bluff. Secre
tary Blaiue, to preserve the dignity
of this goverameut, m ist be very
dignified himself and discuss the
... .... r v- t.f nations aud the rights of
the stated. Aud then the war will
If, peradveutnre, there shou'd be a
skirmish, it will be a naval affair,
aud the ports of eutry along the
;uighty Duck, will hardly, we takilt,
be reached. However, If the worst
eoir es to the worst, and Italy wauts a
real, sure 'nouh, genuine flgh we
have plenty of material iu this
country that c iu aud will accommo
date her. One thlu Is certaiu, Italy
canuot uuloal bar m irderera on
these shores and theq protect them
iu their dlabIlcal plots and damna
ble assassinations. As fast as the
Mafia tries that game in this;couutry,
that fast will a Mafia be huug or
shot either by order of the Court or
order of the people-aud if Italy dou't
like it Italy cau lump it.
We hear a good deal about what
the negro needs. Ha needs to have
the blatant demagogues of the John
M. Langstou stripe muzzled worse
than he does anything else.
TiiKiuterest of our "Model Hus
band" contest eoutiuues unabated.
In answer to several letters we have
received we wish to asbure all the
contestants that their letters will
pear iu due seasou.
From our Regular CorrcxponUent:
Washington," D. O. March 30, lttH).
Mr. Harrison has his dander up to as
great an extent as is possible with a
mau of his puelegiuatic temperament.
The cause was the publication in a
number or republican papers, including
the Jfew York Vreuu, of a Washington
special Z sayingithat ex-HepresenUtive
Mclvin y had determined toautagoniza
Harris n for the Presidential nomina
tion, and intimating that McKiuley
believe 1 himself and not llanisou en
titled to that empty honor. Mr. Uarri
s .n has for quite a while been a inono
insiiiac on this subject. He has brought
Himself to believe tuat it is a crime lor
any other memlier of his party to aspire
to what he thinks is his ovu personal
perquisite, and he has taken no trouble
to hide this opinion from republicans
that have called on him. Whatever the
statements made in this special are true
I cann-t H-y, as Mr. Mclvinley is not
h. re, but that he has presidential aspi
rations has long been kuown here, and
uhould ho, by any combination of cir
cumstances, and the liberal expendi
ture of boodle contributed by the pro
tected" manufacturers, succeed in being
elected ttovomorof Ohio tbis year, I
predict that he will be a candidate be
fore the uext republican national con
vention, no matter who he has to antag
onize, or course ir he is defeated iu his
light for the governorship, which demo
crats hoe and believe he will be, that
will remove him from the Presidential
Numerous reports having been
printed coupling the name of John M.
Langston, the negro ex-Oongressinan
with one of the new U. S. Circuit Court
judgeships, I have been making aquiet
investigation, with a view of ascertain
ing whether Mr. Harrison was really
seriously considering- such au insult to
the white citizens of this couutry.
from what I succeeded in learning it is
pretty safe to say that Mr. Harrison is
fully prepared, in certaiu contingencies,
to elevate a nero to the bench; but
whether Langston or one of the half a
dozen other negroes whose application
have been rilled is not apparent. One
of the contingencies referred to is pub
lic opinion, and there is good reason for
believing that some of these rumors
atKHit Langston's appointment eman
ated directly from the White House,
and were started expressly lor the
purpose of feeling the pulse ot the pub
lic on the subject, and that Mr. Harri
son Is very carefully st idynig what is
said about it in the newspupers.
The Treasury Ollicials are strutting
around like peacocks, because they have
discovered that it will not be necessary
.o default in the rayuieiit of the fifty
dd millions or4 percent bonds that
will uihturelu St ptem'jer next. Doesn't
tike much to puff these republican
oilice holders up with conceit.
Senator Faulkner, who was one of tho
committee, and whose word is beyond
reproach, savs tho sensational accounts
of the caroi'a l t the Congressional
Committee which accompanied the re
mains of the late Senator Hearst to San
Francisco on a special train, are entirely
without foundation. Other gentlemen
who were ou the train are equally as
emphatic in denying the charges of un
seemlv conduct on the part of the Sena
tors aiid Representatives who composed
The partnership entered into by ex
Senator Mahone J aud tha negro Lang
ston, for the purpose of trying to gal
vanise the corpse of republicanism in
Virginia Isn't Worrying the Virginia
democrats here not even a little bit.
Taev nay that Mahone and Langston
ffoulV) not got out the full republican
vote in that State to sa ve tneir lives,
because neither of thera )tses the xxm-
ridence of either tlie Diac . wuimj rc-
Pnblicans. .-, , ,
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ine inai oi iu"cn ; ,
newspaper corresponae if 1V'1f"r
murder of ex-Kepreseniiat-ft' Pauline
ol Kentucky entered up on its second
week to-day. -
The Closing Week.
Ti.n iTsiutiM wfipotn trr n. votw fit 4G to
1.3 the bill to allow atheists to tevtify in
4i-ourtor justice. Thjs four elections
i. : 1 1 mhinli warn dQTA'trl DDOD 111 tU6
caucus of the uight before, eam lip for
n;,iraMnn and were ias'3a l ne
.ill niMkintr it a lu'sninnennor ior
v. hir m a inrhmnf eleCtlOtiS to
accept a vote from a voter who not
iirovuled with a poll-tav rweipt, or
..n....,., Ha I'riiutdi) that th( tax
k.iuiim naiH.viu amended to allow
to aceeot an aflidavU to the name nffecl,
iid was furttier amertded to hx Uie
i o o n not lass than jt auu
",V. f :Ti les than thirty
-I tvn ninAiv davs. Three
bills, submittiHi by Mr. Smith, of Lin
coln, further define the process of etec-
I una' '1 lie Kiru'U Kr"""' - J
. i. .... ..f i-jMO t.n iHHinties iI" iO.OOO
ov-r is extended to Himtios of 50 (M) 'r
over. Tho registration law is uiade to
illIV to alltJUier oounm.
roiieal of the I.ea law, this process has
i,ri.i was thrown upon It in the briefly
Iral'ted hill. The third measure pro
vides tliat the (iovernor shall appoint.
tho commissioners oi regisiranon
:,r t.vn of the thre moires oi
l,ll .nnnintml l)V these COIiiuiis-
tioiiers wiui tno prvtaiuu -
"H K r nn
udge shall be a itepuouoao
Jetnocrat, the third to be elected by th
COUNTY CU LUNGS,
(Cont inued from first puge.)
We suppose that the weather has been
... ' i L.nno'hnnt the county and
iue ino u. o - . -.,.
that nothing tnat we iiiiKui. " ""Y"'
...!. i.a intarestiiiir: and that the
TT.o Niindav-selKM.U at Ia.-itiiig Hop
t u'niLit clinruhtts are well at
nuvi . . v7v
... r...A.p r.nri B I I yi V .
Mr. Kugeiie liunir uih auuu- "
out his stock of dry goods by selling al
public auction. We suppose he intend
ni'a"'iiiE iu the "meat'f business, as he
purth-4.ifd or Mr. Columbus Merritt,
last Tufesdav, thli t V hog",
Mastbr Heury fiayia I- one at u
happiest boys In th s pjinniMiiHy, be
cause of h h-indso.n Ull v c.lt presented
him bv his mother. Heiny calls her
"faster,:' because ol her antval upon
EWoiirJi this WWktbat Mr
Xichol reopived the snug lulls -nm o
one thousand dollars for his Jack, ol
which we made mention lt week.
Rabbits have been slyly looking out
for the lirst appearance oT 1"K?''
neas kC-l Arnistead and Whit lolk
P?A3' r.La i.J.u ,.tfor rabbits, when
v with their hands enisvea u tUluke
their father's farm one day last week
1 killed twenty-four, and Vt sevira.
hurL Missrs. Bob Lockridg.
aud 5q Foster also participated lu a
hunt fe,? rhliMi Mondaj j have no
learnerfthe result, hut, Vfwtyre o sa
they did not excel the llltle boys
Mrs. Warren Irwin, of Thompson
Station, is visiting her sister Mrs. Dr.
Hill, and with Miss Kva Foster was oil'
calliugVitead-ty d stjlleitHl? P"!""
iu Art. Jf she Bijooeeds m golung
Uss, will toioh iu the uiusji. room or
K. V. stegall's school-house.
N. A. Niiholapu aud his t-'o llltl
bovs Boss and Bennio, are having
chills. Nat says he is not ready to
stait, bark to Ark, a , ,. .
Last Saturday we saw lr hopelul
lads with tlioir iishing taekle start to
i i.a ..raftk : alout duk we saw four hope
less lads with their fishing tackle return
Mm creek, it any one uesirw
furtlisf liiformation, we reler mem k
Jim tibU, or Waltpr Adkison, oi
Henry Davis, or fen w.no(smi.
(iently down the stream of time,
Floats our barque towards tliesea,
Swetlv peals the pvenintr chimes,
II ar its echo wild and free.
WhAiwvnr I read these lines, I can
but remember that our lives are moving
(m, and on, and wo have no power to
o..'f th .-iin-mit of exiftenee that l
nressiug for ward some times with an
even measured llow, again in a widely
rushing torrent, to tue .ocean oi iiiimor
tality, tiiat lies beyond the sjpiritt (J
beautiful unknown. Neither have w.
the power to look behind us and tak
ii r flit itii4Minij' llukd of the nist, and
........ tiw.i.i ii.tn a beautiful chain ol
immortal glory and peace. lb-y ar
forever g"ue, and our life is what w
have made It. Mo many hours hav
been spent in comparative idleness.
Whv do n:e uegleet to gather the pjweN
ere tliny are g-n-, and treasure them
away to pladden future days.
Marnii tli iVitl. "Twai in the gloam-
iiiff" eveninifs twilight hour, a large
crowd assembled at the residence ot U.
M. Howels to be piesentat the mairiagt
i,f Uis daughter, honetta toO. U. Parson,
li-v. It. T. Whittaker wastheolhciatuiK
mlnistor. After the ljsuul congratula
tions they then prep ired tor tho sumpt
uons repast, which was undoubtedly
oninved bv all. Mrs. lioslen, of Co
lniiibia. mother of the groom, Ravt-
theiu a reception the day following.
ri. imnnv oair have our very best
..i.la Mv their briirht future not
.o nii.1. at i Iimiv iunr amroacli. nor tb(
iroldon viaiou desolvu, nor the glorious
i,a .i.uiinftil to disaiinointinent.
Mrs. lien i''iv had the pleasure ol
entertaining ipiite a number of young
f.llf.i tiv.. Sum lavs tiast. Miss (irtie
i:i.,trilltm of llamushire. who is teach
inK at Sawdust, was one of the party.
Dora Mcliride. Minnie UUKUea, Wte
u..,l llmirv Kinzer. Willie llouser, oi
Water Valley. Josie Kly and others,
which space will not admit.
tv.r tim trom:sed sermon
nrc.iarn anil l.lnvers. vou cemble here
.Ha dav to hah de Bible splained and
.'...nutriiinil tn von. and I tend fer to
.nkin itaacler as de biben day. Just
let us sing the tenth him, single
"Adam wus de fust man,
Kbe wus de tudder,
Cain wus a wicked man,
Kase he killed de budder."
"My tex bredern and sister, will be
fouu iu do fuss chapter of ticiiesis and
l iwHntiMiaveiilli verse." "And de
i,.r,i ...k A. lam." I tolo vou how he
...... it m i.i .... He make him of clay, and
!... liMHt dri. he breathe into him de
breft'of life. He put him in de garden
ob I'M en, and he sit him in de korner
..I. Hm l..t. Hint he tole him to eat all de
hiIh eeoliu deni In do middle of d
..rnhrd. dtm he want fur de winter
aples. Bime bv, Adam he be lonesome,
un ri r,ord make Kbe. I tolo you how
i.o .nukn imr. He irive Adam lauduum
till he got sound sleep, den he gouge rib
nut nh h nlda mid make Kbe, and he
told her to eat all de aples eeptin dem
in de middle ob de orchard; dem he
want fer de winter aples. Wun day de
i.m im irn viHtinir. de debble he come
i..,..r. i, Hruss himself in de skin of de
snake, and he line Kbe, aud he tole her,
Kbe. whv fur vou not to eat de apples
iu de middle oh de orchard T Kbe seys:
"iiiis do Kord's winter apples." but
de dehhle sevs: "I tole you fur to eat
dem, ijase deys de best aples in de or
chard." So fcbo eat de apples, and give
Adam' bite, and den do dobble he go
wav. bv. de LoFd he cum home,
hamill Ailuiii. Adam he lav low, so
de Lord call again, "you Adam;" Adam
aav iiTaa fjord.' and de Lord say. who
mt.ia rla winter aooles? Adam tole him
cinn't know. Kbe. he 'sped." So de Lord
.ail i.'.hn-" Kb lav low. le Lor 1 call
.(run. "von Kbe:" Kl say, "Hea
Lord.' De 1-iord say, "Who stole de
winter apples?" Kbe tole him, "I'on't
ii....ur Ail.-mi she 'soect." So de Lord
caU;h em both and throw dem ober de
fence, and tole em, "Go work fer your
KitiTon Coiat.mb'A IIrrald: To
make anieuds for our past negligance,
w minn with renewed energy this
week to do with all our might the work
entrusted us, We purpose to give news
n hrtatlv and Dointedlv. that we feel
the least fear of the oompositors ability
to set uo wrong type if he wanted too,
and don't intend to detain the "nroof
r" lone enomrh to become blear-
eyed; so "bomb shelling" will be unnec
essary this week from our Kditor. who
crrrtw a little exasperated, and hissed
"miHSAdness." and took advantage of
th occasion to make an ojen conces
sion to all of us, saying the fault all be
longs to the II kkal. ortice. Well "an
honest confession is good for the soul."
"A hint to the wise is sufficient." So
let us corresondents act wisely, take a
"hint" and eeil our mouths in reference
to tvpographical errors.
The space given to tho ladies to air
their views, in portraying the necessary
qualification it lakes to constitute "A
Model Husband" has captivated the
minds of many, and an unusual inter
est, and a longing for its weekly at! vent
to roll around is exhibited. Well,
"time about is fair play;" when the
"Model Husband" contest shall have
won ud to a close then let the gentle
man express their ideas in framing "A
Model Wife." Then we surmise some
of us will catch "scissors" too, aud no
doubt will try to bribe the Kditor too,
ere the appointed time arrives, like un
to tho poor hen-pecked husband whom
we read of iu last week's Hkkald.
'Tis useless to speak of tho wet weath
er in .his section, for we presume
enough has been said already, unless
we were able to change the unfavorably'
state of a a airs. .
The feats of crazy colored taan,.
)Xele Wiggins), of the village, created
some excitement tiero last
nn.innhiaiiiwllof deliruni, H
i th his
run to an fro on Santa Fe pi
ands elevated, waving '
air. talking and tremhun. nif
nitlahle alcnt to wiiu as.
ored people soon captured
li im and
carried him to his place of aooae .
A. J. Tiinmous haa ine raaui
have one of his young males woi-zhj iu
last Saturday badly crippled; a so Mr.
Amis Timmons had a vaiuaouj iu
get her leg b ok n las week.. .
Mr. Babe Lu , "ing mechanic of
this nei -horhwd, left hr last net
da v morniug a jsas'iville ski g
employment. AV hope I r i i u -
IlU. 11 1 1 1 inns obuiii'wv - -
return 'o ins first love, "motuei, .or he
is the bab;-. ,
Mrs. Jolwi Fly, Of Ben, was over iui
wek n business.-
Mr. Jas. Sedberryand lit te ueruaiu,
or Tho... .son's Station came uown
day to visit parents, Mr. and Mrs. W m.
Mr. W ills Harris, me amorwu
VOugk man of this community that nau
to nave uis nauus tiupum ov..... ......
past, has about recovered, and is Httena
mg school at Tim-nins Academy, the
school is in a nourishing condition.
ist Kridsv w-.i "ilm friu ay witn mo
icnooi childro.i. ..U ail iqaitted them
selves iu a pleasing manner. 1 he hear
ing was good, ana an seemeu i- r....i-rj
the occasion. - ivian.
Tho oniiAiinr.pmnnt that there Would
be Kaster services at tho M. K. church
last Sabbath, attracted an unusuall.
large congregation. The cuuureii
dressed iu white, tha flowers an I th.
excellent sermon by Rev. R. R.Jones,
were interesting features. oovom:
visitors were in attondance.
Ifu- '.. V.. n na-ham. Ot concoru, ueia
services at the Presbyterian church.
Misses Lelia and fcrnia Aiiman, i
Cornersville, are the guests ot M s
Jessie Roth. .
Messrs. Walter McCandlass, Side
Kates, Charlie Wright and Will Patter
son, of liigby ville, were Ufci" last Sau-
Miss FU.ren.oe Williams r-.a
Kva Hooker uame down fro .i the
Lute Saturdav. to visit Mr. K. U.
Mr. Win. Kohu, ot Florence. Ala
was here last week prisjiecling. W
1 1. in V hft has decided to locate at lh
"Sid Uoodloe" place, aud go into th.
morcantilo Uusmess here. - .
Misses Josephine t-uiow sun jrsfi.
Thompson, of tho lustitute, attended
services lu re Sunday.
Mensrs, joe vowier a.nu, dvuii oto u,
of yof f,itv, were uere ..u
ir,.iiin iwver. oi ji uuiBsmu,
-T." ' .V: In' .7 IT
visile a ivihi. Lui -fV" i"";
week. '. . , , . .
Ui Annui Tvler. or uouimuia, m
visiting her uncle, Mr. Reuben
in the country,
Mivu M.m.l Wriifht. or i
mi.,- ra.....ia. 'ivrrv. oi lerrv, auu
YtuuurH. siil nev Jiloming anu joucb
Hunch, of Zion, came up to hear Kev.
Dr. Kobt Tonp expects to reiuru iu
hla home iu itiaalssinpl tlila week.
EniTttt Ukrald:- Hev.
R. M. Ken
nedy pouduuted regular sorvioes atiou
Ohurcll last aabbalh:
Taiia m. slaves or juuhl
t a uortion of last week with
his mother Mrs. Ueo, . Mayes.
MissKitle Kennedy of rornersvjlU
has returned huu.e aivcv a pleasant visi
of some days to Hev. aud Mrs, . W.
The young people of this neighbor-
l.vrv.l Ii u n ririt!iizd a Society, lllf
first intention was to organize a l)ra
......i.. t.nt that idea was bp- edi'x
.,i,....i..to.l WliKtber the Llub is to be
of a literary or social nature, or bettei
still a combination of the two, is
matter ot small moment so long as ou
young people rind it a source of benen
and ideasure, which is the best success
we could wish for it.
iiiuu i!.tiPA Hn.wii entertained a lew
l-.iv (.veiiluu last. In honoi
II . ........ . r- . ' . - - ... .
k'umiAilv. of Cornersville, and
Mr. I.'.d Kussoll. of Minneapolis.
Thoi.,iiinrionchnrvb met Bonn
weeks ago and organized a Ladies Aio
WW- 1 . J... n r)i nurd UAf
,.i..,J.Mr .Inhn Stenheuson, Presi
.!..... Mr. Dr. Dixon. ice Fresideut;
Mrs. K. M. Kennedy, Secretary; Mis
a.4 liViii.ni) 'rrRMMurcr.
a ,u-u-t v has long been needed
in this church; may success crown th
etlorts of the ladies.
Mr. A. W. Mayes has recovered fron
a uliiirf illness.
f ru I'urthell is ouito sick, .at
xf a c j -
xtUx TVTVlpminff. who has beei
slihtlv indisposed, is recovering under
th skillful treatment of Dr. ltupe, oi
Several weeks since a new committei
for the improvement aud keeping ii
. 'in.. i'..i.in erv was tlecteu
.11 W I .JIM" ! . - ,
ni... i i ....... ..iiitM.4 havimi resigned
r. r. ....r of fithtul work.
church-yafd has been sadly neglected
s Tlio oldest monument
v.ar the tl-ite 18US. So ot courso mark
of ruin and dtc.iy were visible every-...i.-..
u.-i.o.. i lie committee abov
meutioned beguu wcrk.
A Waakfiiig-ton Vtorr That Oon wltl) th
Tale or William To'L.
I would not be understood as beliey
Ing the Natural Bridge not worth see
ing. It is a magnificent sight and more
than pays for the pains it costs to get
there to see It A natural blue lime-
stLiitQ arch in height fron? the bed of
Cedar Creek to the surface pf the trel
215X feet, with an average breadth at
the top of eighty feet, is a wonder wtaioh
la not seen lo any other part ot the
known world. It is worth the while to go
there and see this wonder and it is also
worth the while to go there and have the
mind disabused of some of the impres
sions which were made of this place when
the present mature generation was en
gaged in drinking wisdom from the old
Town's Fourth Reader. I remember
tba my own mind was once powerfully
iolj pressed Vth tho ingenious 'story tola
in tnat roaaac about a Doy, qr tamer q
youag man, being seized with an am:
bition to carve his own name above the
"Q. W.," which Colonel Parsons, the
owner of the bridge, tells everybody
stands far Oeonre Washington.
The story goes am to say that the
yoing man climbed up the giddy height
by cutting niches for hjs hands and feet,
and at last, with the same knife, oarved
his own name above the initials of the
name of the Father of Ills Country.
The name carved the aspirant to fame
looked about him, preparatory to de
BAOitding When ho discovered that the
rook to which be clung overhung the
water and rocks below, and that he
could not go down the. way he had
climbed. There was nothing left for
him to do bat to cut niches for his hands
and feet and olimb to the top as he had
climbed to his present dangerous placa
And the rock above him overhung as
did the rocks to which he clung. The
story then went on " to graphically por
tray the painful and laborious wqrk he
had in reaching the top, how, t last,
when within a few feet of the surface
pf the bridge, friends who had gathered
about with bated breath reached down
with ropes and In some way adjusting
them to him, succeeded in hauling him
to the top.
Of oourse, to give a rounding finish to
the story, the young man bad to fall
fainting into their arms as soon as he
had reached the ton. Now, anybody who
haa read this thrilling story, and there
a e few who have not, will go to the
bridge with the confident expectation
of seeing that young man's name and
seeing the niches so laboriously cut
in the rock. He will be disappointed.
There are po niches there. There nevei
was any young man to perform this
task, there never was a young, or old,
or middle-aged man who could do it, for
the blue limestone at the Natural Bridge
is almost as hard as granite. A knife
would make no more impression in that
rock than would a rat's teeth on a file.
The Initials '-G. W.," whose ever they
are, were chiseled in the rock with a
old chlsoL There arti few admirers oi
the great O. W. who believe that he
ever had the time or disposition to get
a ladder and climb up twenty or thirty
feet for the purpose of chiseling hit
name In those hard rocks. Q. W. al
ways had more important business In
band. The "O. W." are there fast
enough, and a rectangular frame haa
been phlseled around them, but there ii
a very prominent suspicion lurking lp
my mlna that U. VV. himself neve saw
them. Gr. Cincinnati Times-Star.
Friends lntrutea to order tuner al
notices, will ave money for the es
tate by calling at tbis office. Our
rates ar nearly or quite 100 per cent
lower than elsewhere In Columbia.
We charge only tS. Remember thlt
when the time Comes. it.
March 31, 18511.
The grand opeuiug of Cosxeij.-Haxir-McLESTEa
Co., Nashville, was
an Immense fcuccesa.
- Thousauds were delighted by the
dazzling and rich display of merchan
dise from nearly every clime, surpass
ing in point of elegance and variety
anythiug ever seeu in Nashville.
Ladies pronounced their MUlinerj
show a grand ex bition iu JI II ce y
In Dress Goods and Siiks Uiey
showed all that is ugm and desirable-,
embracing the highest novelties from
Europe aud America.
All their other departments, viz :
Gents Furnishing Goods, Uoys Clotli
ing, Carpets, Drapery, Shoes, 'Wiiite
GrJoJs, Wall Paper, etc , etc., slwwd
that much care had been taken in se
lecting goods for these department.
Their Lunch Iloni aud P.trlors
were crowded all dy, aud pk.kiiv
thanks were expressed for the lit
attention shiwn by tho management.
Samples sent to any address on re
ceipt of postage.
All orders receive prompt atten
tion. Addres's Order Department.
POST AG ECU RREN CY.
Tb Credit or Devlalng- It Belongs fHI 9tw
ral Fraud E. Spinner.
The suspension of specie payment bj
the banks in December, 1861, caused
disappearance of the gold and silver
coins from circulation with marvelous
celerity. They seemed to vanish ia a
day; probably into the private boards of
the people, since the specie of the banks
failed to show any considerable in
crease. VWar existed no one could pro
dipt the fyUure, the thrift and caution
pi ike people led them to lay something
aside which, could not lose lta purchas
ing power. They hastened to lay hold
of these eoins, and seorete.them where
they could be found when, otfeer means
pf aubsistenoe failed. v
The soared ty oi these coins produced
great tnoonvenienco in business. It be
cause almost impossible to make change
in the ordinary purchases from dealers
end. meroh&nts. Sulnplaters began to
majie talf appearance to, supply the dc-
(lclency. In the rebellious States these
were not only issued by individuals and
private corporations, but by Stajcs,
counties, pities, towns anr ail other
muniplpal corporations, A collection of
these "rebel ahinplasters upon all kinds
of paper, from white writing to brown
wrapping, wou.U now be an Interesting
memento of the war, but in a pecuniary
sense absolutely worthless.
TJie credit of devising a lawful and
adequate remedy for this inoonvenlonpa
belongs to Qeneral Francis E- fipifener,
Treasurer o.f the United States. He
f ;un4 it impossible to facilitate as be
desired to do the payment of the sol
diers and sailors and to conduct the bus
iness of the Treasury with the small
coins at his command. lie therefore ar
ranged with the Post-QtSce Department
tp r4eoin in unused stamps such post-.
a0:8tamps as mlght.be used fir cur
renoy. In a short time bis department
manufactured and introduced a new is
ue. AU the denominations were ot uni
form slxe. A piece of paper with one
stamp pasted on It was five cents; one
with two stamps, ten cents; five stamps,
twenty-five cents, and ten stamps, fifty
cents, In this way, at the cost of a lit
tlo labor, a considerable amount of
small chance was manufactured. This
currency became so popular that, in
stead pf using stamps, plates were en
graved for o&oh denomination, in
imitation ot the manufactured notes,
the Impressions from which had
the same letral Qualities and were
used for the same purposes. These im1
prcsslons were called the "postage cur
rency." They were afterward author
Used by the act of July 17, 1802, which
directed the Secretary to furnish to the
Assistant Treasurers 'the postage and
other stamps of the United States to be
exchanged by them on application for
United States notes. " These stamps
were receivable in payment of all dues
to the United States of loss than five
dollars, and could be exchanged fer
pnited States notes when presonted in
sums pi not less than nve aoiiars. iaa
same act put an end to the further issue
of 6hin plasters by making the issue or
circulation by private persons or corpo;
rations of notes or tokens for less than
one dollar punishable by fine an im:
The convenience of the postage cur
rency was great, and the amount called
for increased to an extent which became
troublesome to the Post-OflQce Depart
ment, and the Secretary decided to take
it into the Treasury, where Itlegiti
mately belonged. Accordingly, an act
was passed which suspended its further
issue, and substituted in its place cur-
rencT of Nanether description. L. Si
Chittenden, tn Harper's Magazine.
.cwi u ine eau,
It has been 8 aid that when the dan
ger, of collision arises, if a vessel is
slowed down she will have time to got
out pf the way,. This, as a matter of
fact, ..is a fallacy, saya the Pittsburgh
Dispatch. The faster a ship steams the
more fully she is under command of her
helm, and this ia especially trpe in the
prespn. aay o steam steering gear,
when the quartermaster has unlimited
power at his command to put the helm
over quickly. Ocean liners will never
go slow enough to allow them to stop
and go astern in the event of meeting in
a fog. . Captains will always depend pn
the maneuvering properties of their
snfps, and, as- already stated, the taster
they go the more qulokly will the rud
der act, so that speed which from one
point of vie w is an element of danger,
has its counterbalancing advantages.
The opinion of our best skippers inclines
toward the greater safely for their ships
being obtained at high speeds, in the
Batter of danger from collision in caue
of meeting other ataiera in a for.
Both the method and results 'when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
.ivcr and Bowels, cleansea the sys
tem effectually; dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the
only remedy of its. kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
heal'-hy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale In 60c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. An reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HG SYRUP CO.
m p p
.. .c-y -r .
KIV- TJW V
I MANUFACTURED BYr? E. JYLYERS Sc BRO.rR0PRin0H3ciq:i&
ASHLAND PUMP & HAYING
L PATENT C L ASSIssgreatestoveIi t
h VALVE SEAT MFPii
YERS HAYING TOOLS
PERFECT REVERSIBLE HAY
NISIIVILLll SHORTHAND IXSTITUTE,
Corner Church auJ Summer Streets, Ia-wIs lllix-tt. Kooms 9, it) and 11. Second Floor.
Maiu approach on Mi miner Su ed.
TUC I CtflEUf TilC ft! nrOT The Rest. The most pnirlietil and thoroughly
I llC LCKUlftUj I il tsLUwd I J sy-sU-muuc iruming hUikiI in I lie laud.
Day uiul i.ilit classes all the year.
Inuividuul instruction. MiuUenis enter at
when competent. Terms reaotinlie. f".ucl
executed. MulistacUon guaranteed.
m v'.l ly
And are careful with them, yet
is the time we wish
MM W EH 5
3 Cure your horse of his Lameness, Cuts, Bruises, Sweeny or Stiff
Joints with the LINIMEN 1 , and tlien Klni' mm in condition h
with the POWDERS. Write to us for Stock Journal.
WEBB MFG. CO., - NASHVILLE, TENN. g
HARRIS -:- & -:-
M:mu!ii tiir'r.s mm Joalers l:i
t i u I
.ottw aat a
OF svshy i333c:r.iptzo:lt.
AIsq -:- SASH, vD'Ml -:- BLIN33 AND :- MOLDINGS.
Wit il tli'livrri-tl t'i nil parti of Htt: rily.
ponlur loy :ii-i imu'"Jr w.iuK'il. l'n
rELKlMIilNK N'. !V
of the Age.
Purifies tlie blood, eliminates all poison
ous and dangerous matter, restores the
health, builds up nnd itrciigthena the
system, aids digestion, corrects au un
healthy and deranged stomach. A cer
tain cure for all blood and skiu diseases;
rheumatism, scrofula, old sores, jMinples,
blotches, eruptions, itching humors,
boils, swollen joints, aching bones, eore
eyes, tetter, eeaU head, dyspepsia, gen
eral debility, tired and sore feeling in the
body and limbs.
PRICE. $I.OO PER BOTTLE.
l-'or sale by Druggists.
SPDRLOCK, HEAL & CO.,
I'-nvp :.tF. r.r.':. TraiU'-VaiVa oWahied. ni-.d all J'al
iiu bas.i.f ' cir.ihirte(l far Wodtra.e i'etS.
Our Oifira is df0i: U. S. Patent 'ice.
ar.d crrj.H-r.iit patent In lee 3 time than llios
'emote fron. Wasii'ii'ton. "
t-enrt n.oc'.es. dravvin" or photo., with iirscrit
t;.n. Wc advise, if v-l'aile i;r not. free ol
c'n:ir"e. Oi.r fee not tine till patent is Fecur-rt.
A fsrr.Dhlcl. '-How 1- Ohtain l'atents." with
, inimes of armai ciiunU In your State, loimty, or
tuu scut free. Address,
Opposl'.c Pattrt Office. Washington, E. C.
SabwrljM Ion raU k, Iiaily aud Sunday, ff"0 a
vcur, laiiy without Sunday, S u year, tun
ly,?i a year, Weekly, 1 a year.
TUS WEEKLY CJlRIE't-J,:i:Kll
Jas theiargfH ir uat!nn Oi" any I'einocrat
ie Newtipai-er in the i'ulied tsinteaaiid pro
Kses todouijle or trehie it.s already a' ge cl
Ufllil 0 HV "ilVINO AWAY F..VCII
ifUyT ' A N K KVKHV I Y In Mime on.
a splendid 11 ih A nil Hewiutf iniiel.iii" on
H i ii. Nome i..d Wulii , A lisol.ll'i'KI.V
p'USK. Full pariiea'ais in Weekly l ouriei
Journal. Sample copv tree. S eil tor one.
AddrvKsW. N, 1 1 A I . I ' 1 '. M A N ,
I'aeaideiitL'ourier.Jouriiiil Coini any,
inelii:3fc Louisville, Ky.
R A.ILEO AD TIME TABLES
No. 2 leaven at W p. ni.
" 4 leve . 4:- a. in
8 ( Aecoiiiin.xlat ion) leaves (i:2ha. Hi.
So. 3 (fast line) leaven
' 1 do leaves
" 7 (Pulaski Aeeoniinodation
" 5 lX-eatur Accoinmodallou
:10 A. M.
... Hi Alii p. iu.
N. & K. DIVISION.
So 21 I'assenger leaven Colurnhla. . .9:25 A,
'- -2f, Mix. Ace. hot. I'oluinhia anti Iron (Mty
leaveb'duuibia 4:M Y. M.
TLe above trains :arrle pa-SKcncers.
So. 26 mix. ace. bet. Iron City and Colninl.ia.
leaver Iron t'ity 4:(m A. .
' an i ves at I'oluiiihia H:M
No. 22 pasHBiiifer 1 v Hlieltled 1 : j:'
arrives at Columbia "
N. C. Jt HT. LOUIS K. R.
DCCi KIVI.U VAL.I.KV DIVISION.
01 SO KAST.
Vo. 1 leaves Columbia :W
Vo 2 leaver Columbia 1:1 V-
Vo. 1 arrives at Columbia 4:50 p. m.
No. 2 arrives at Columbia.. . ...... .Ji: 1 . m.
rar-CIo? connection In made wltb through
trains on the loulk IU. Nahvliie A
"Jr.t.t Southern Ral)-roJ.
rr-, u .-..1 hnslnpMH men of Co
lumbia iutt vicinity, have no need to
tend tUetr jorrmtiug w wmuviue
or auywhereelse.aathe IIeralu Job
Room have two new presses and a!
thelwtyl Jobtype, and comp
tent prlttterftn do the work. Price
low a Nhyil2
tf l' t .wtT,
TOOL WORKS. ASHLAND. OHIO
l kll Willi. -ini
POWERFUL - EASrV, t '':r.J
AfTECTED Br FRO ST. y;
CARRIERS IN THE MARKET
SA':TEIIFIEL,J AClinXII, Oolui.il.in, Tcnn.
BOOK - KKEPING & PENMANSHIP.
liny time. Good positions secured for all.
for Catalogue. Type-writer work promptly
Proprietor aud I'riiu-Iiml.
love I HORSE
they will get sick, and THEN h
to help you with
COLE -:- BSOS,
flrossed " Lumber
Il nii.l see us lx-Tore luij in; .-Is. wliei cor
PROTECT YOUR GRAPES
WITH TUK OHIO liKAI'K rRorKCTOKS.
the grapes whU
k maturing end rt
blitibt and mildew.
ilrapea thus coo
tied ripen to per
fection. Made of specially
bunches can be covered in a fern minutes.
Somerset, Ky.. Sept. 20. lsoo.
Thoy worked to my entire eiiti.f:tction.
Easily put on, anil prevented mildew. I
will want more next year.
J. M. Riciiakpson.
OTTl'MWA, I A., t)ct. 22. ls!.
The Protector I reirurd a very valuable.
The jrrapes I covered are now in perfect
condition. Those not covered are nil gone.
1 shall want more next vear.
X. T. llACKWORTP.
PRICES: 500, SI .50; 1000. S2.bQ
Siiecial Discount for laitrcr quant itien.
Hample lint sent on receipt of Jr'iHy -t"'J
OHIO GRAPE PROTECTOR C0, Ireatgn, 0
Ort i K l.K '1 liCl IT Cot'llT Cl.KKK,
Murcll "J, lf.il!.
Allie riidesMMl, Coiiipluiniiiil, x. James
i:n:l. ruiiixt, lit icudi.nt.
!t i'pp Hriiiij fiiuii iillid.ivlt tiled in this
n use, t n:-.t t !iU li n.laiii, .1 allies lender wim d,
t.t.... ..r.i... ii,.uj,f.
S llirii-i , iii,,,, ... ....... ... .. . -
It is t liei eli.re ordered 1 liu ' -r I
... i ii,.. l . v i
.arat'.ee herein im Hie l,'.l M.-ndnv in Mny,
iM-in-' t lie u.-t if I ii of 1 Ii- 'ir.ui f. urt with
in 1'if iir-:i three .lays, and i.'eiid. answer or
ti eoiiiinaiimni H oi'i. "r ine si.iuv
nh.-ii lor oni. ss,. I n to him nnd si t
will I e tak- ii l
arinuex parti ; and ttnit a copy of this
i... .,,,l.l : . .... I l.ftr ...i.s...u t.i ve vveekH
in the L'oluinhia ll rn'd
W. A. H' 'V III . f!eik.
II. S. Tik-m rsoN Si.Tr loi t'. inpl't.
Cl.F.KK AN I M A ST KIl'S OKKK'F,
Murcll J. IS'll. -I.
I.. Derryherry ft al , Complainant, vs.
Till until !!uther,et hI., Hetendanla.
It appearins; iroin nttidav.t tiled in ll'i
cause, tlial the deli udaniii, Tillman Hurdler
and wif.! Suie IV.itetier, .1os jdi liar key.
Masrgie Hnrk. v. (h rtr.-de Il.dc.oinb, Jail er
iloleoinb and 1 urimret K. 11 vdcomu are lion
resi. tents ol I he State of Tt unowee. It Is
llierefoi-f on!i ii d that tliey enter hclrnp
p arrtii-e herein, on Mo iday, April 20, lN.tl
the same hein a rnie day ti.is eo'.'i t, and
iiad, answer or d hi:r lu e.iu)daioantV
hill, or tlie same will he tuaoii tor eonfesweil
is to tiiem mid set rr heariiifr i x parte; and
'hat a copy or lli' order be published for
lour ouseeulive wel s In the '..liimblt
1 i-i ii Id A. N. AKIN. C. ,t M.
I'lVd-rs A Padgett, S.d'i lor 1 ouipl'l.
ii ( h2 4w.
The Hamilton Adjustable Arch, Barshare Cultivators
Leads them All.
Tl.. we ic im -iv II unil:. m.' ..M last year than all other Cullivators combmea It m the oi.y Ouluvator that
l,,,'.. ,,.,,, i iithi ," S.p v.-Isnr liaishares, aa'well a the onlinxry ehorela an.l Bull lkSia in the lioaviwt
il viU .-Mt ;7.i'.irv v,v. ti.e dtltivator i.i whirh the Shovel Stamlards caa be vitwW et a,nrt or together to
t tl i- h 1 V 1 i'Vi-1" I II T.d "e rhitjie or Uarliare u.-cd. They areeantr handkd nud will do better work
tlian tin v Cn'ii-.:it.ur m:i
NewHami Iton Eicling
Tho Hamilton h proven it t lf to be Hie lea-linir Cultiva
tor now on the ntatk. t. Its Kilns the p-i-t year were largely in
f.v.... ,.f ,-..vi..iH veat- uiul weie in .re tlmti all our oonietit..r3
eoiulnncil. rm.vi mii-ni i-io ...
. ( 1 . . .I.w. t.. I .a
ir . . i .. l .:
varuiit' cop. corn.
pi.tat li t insr an i-djt
to any width rov.a.
table atvh s-
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Under all circumstances vou can depend on the Hamilton.
STREET, EMBRY & CO.
SjjgColumbus Buoy Company.
EJsSTroy Carriage Company.
gr-Henney Buggy Company.
grgKaufman Buggy Company.
We carry the largest stock of strictly -
-.-FIKT13 .". VEHICliES-:-
In the city. Our Surreys, Buggies and
Pha)tons surpass all others in quality, fin
ish and style.
FINE TRACK HARNESS in nickel upu
rubber mountings. Full line of medium
quality Buggies and Pluetons at moderate
Tlie "Farmers' Friend" Corn Planter, im
proved for 1891 is the very finest one ever
scon in tlie county. The Drill attachment
discounts anything ever before introduced-
Street, Emt'ry & Co.
East Sido Public Square, Columbia, Ton a
TELEPHONE No. 8. mci.is.,
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE I
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A. J. WARREN,
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WUolosaJe and retail dealer in
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Kplrul Wuveu Wire and Hteel . Ire
All kind of CIIAIKS, KOCKKKH, and eve-.
rythluK pertain I dk lo the Kurultur Trade..
All order will inn prompt attention.
octlOlr. A. J- WAR HE Jr.
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