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THE COLUMBIA 11KKALL); PHI DAY. FEBRUAlU 4
Dave Bogatzky was in
is visiting friends in
To find lots and scores of
odds and ends, remnants,
short lengths, broken si
zes, etc. And to make a
long story short, they
have to part company
with us. Prices talk
ON SATURDAY AND MONDAY,
Ourjentlre lot of silks on center coun
1st. Figured and striped India and
China silks, 18c.
2d. Taffetas, Foulard, etc., 35c.
Sri. Taffetas. Broche. etc., 48c.
4th. Some extra cholco tnings.oac.
5th. 27-in. Plaids and Taffetas, 69c.
6th. Finest Taffetas, Cloth of
Gold, etc, 98c.
Above lines represent values from
50c to $1.75 per yard. These two
riavs will surely clean th'em all up.
One (1) lot 86 inch Penangs, worth
One (1) line double width all pure
wool Drpss Goods, of the 60c and C5o
kind. Our price, "8330. "
On our center counter you'll find
best makes Men's Shoes, Patent
Leather, Cordovan and Calf, the
$5.00 and $6.00 kinds at $3 00.
The $3.50 and $4.00 kinds at $2.25.
The $2 50 and $3.00 kind at $1.75.
Ladies' $3,00, $3.50 and $4.00 finest
custom-made at $1 98.
You caa get a fit without nan try
ing and the price about half of real
Good wool Lap Robes, to close,
Wool Underwear at half price.
Ladies' Cloih Capes, braid and fur
About one dozen Cloth and Astra
chan Jackets at less than half price.
Tmnprfn 1 Paner Patterns, sell eve-
rvwhnra nt 25c and 35c. 45c. Our
price, 60 and 10c.
Dry Goods and
Miss Laura Taylor returned Tues
day to Franklin.
Miss Dot Ewing has returned from
a visit to Franklin.
Mies Lena Eddy is visiting at
Bowling Green, Ky.
Miss Leigh Whitthorne is on a
visit to Helena, Ark.
Mr. F. P. Brumbach is on a busi
ness trip to St. Louis. ,
Hon. C. V. Cyrus, of Texas, is
here on a visit to friends and rela
Miss Sadie McFadden of Frank
lin, is the guest of Miss Louise Frl-erson.
Miss Jones. State Librarian, of
Nashville, is visiting Miss Mamie
Miss Emma McEwen,of Franklin,
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs Octie
Miss Eva James has as her guests
Misses Marion and Sallie Cooper, of
Mrs. E. H. Hatcher and son Char
lie are visiting relatives in New
Mr. H. Alexander returned this
week from a business trip of several
weeks in Texas. 1
Miss Annie White left yesterday
for Jacksonville, Fla., where she
will visit Mrs. Muriel.
Judee A. J. Abernathy, ot Pulas
ki, was here this week holding a
special term of Chancery.
Mr. F. W. Smallman, who has
been in Columbia for several weeks,
has returned to Knoxville.
Mrs. J. L. Voorhies has returned
from Pulaski, where she was called
by the illness of her father.
Miss Mary Ridley and Messrs.
Will Ridley and W. A. Dale re
turned this week from New lork.
Mrs. Sue Preston left this week
for New Orleans, to spend ths re
mainder of the winter with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, who have
been visiting their son, Mr. J. W.
Bishop, returned this week to Cedar
Mrs. John A. Witherspoon and
daughters, of Nashville, are visiting
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E.
Dixon, at Ashwood.
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Allen and
daughter Miss Lillian, left Wednes
day for Myers, Fla., to spend the re
mainder of the winter.
J. W. Edmondson and wife, with
their cousin Miss James ot Ala.,
spent several days with relatives in
Marshall county recently.
Mr. A. S. James leaves to-day for
Memphis, to be present at the cele
bration of the 21st anniversary of
the birthday of his son, Colin,
which occurs Sunday.
Miss Lulie Figures, who has been
visiting relatives, Mrs.. Unas. w.
Smith and Mrs. vv. v. duiudbuu,
returned to her home at Columbia
Price, consistent with the
highes erade drugs, is al-
ways at Rains' Drug
Store. We do not handle
inferior goods of any kind.
Inferior drugs . are expen
sive as a gift. We, buy
the best only.
Fountain Syringe ?
Hot Water Bottle? ,
Cold Water Bottle?
Medicinal Atomizer ?
Or any sickroom requisite?
These goods we offer in guaran
teed qualities. If there's a
crack or break in four months,
the cost is ours. Come and re
place the broken with a new
article. Prices never so low before.
Circuit Court meets the second
Mr. H. L. White is clerking for
Watson & Bain.
Cabinet Pho'toB $1.00 per dozen at
Fielden Bros', gallery. tf
Sheriff Love Webb, who has been
ill with the fever, is improving.
The friends of Judge T. J. Cole-
burn will be glad to hear that he
continues to Improve, although
Rent. Cottage on North
Garden street. W. 8. Fleming
The condition of Mr. Joe M.
Tucker, who has been dangerously
sick for some weeks, was somewhat
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
The stores of Messrs. Sol, Henry
and C. C. Gross will be closed until
to-morrow evening, on account of
the death of their sister, Mrs. King,
In San Antonio, Texas. ,
Ask vour grocer for Smithwick's
Milk Bread. Coffee cakes every
On Monday night, Feb. 14, the
Council or uoyai ano
Do You Know
TtiesB Files mean
Rfileot Masters will hold an assembly
2-Iuart Fountain Syrlnee, 49C. in the Masonic Temple. All coun
en aiasons Hie r4ueBieu do yioo
All other sizes in proportion.
gjCf Your prescriptions are invited.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
MhJ. Jee s. Harris.
News was received here Wednes
day evening of the death of Maj.
Jesse S. Harris, which occurred
Wednesday in Washington, D. C.
Ma. Harris formerly resided here,
but has lived in Washington for
many years, serving in various de
partments "of the government, and
at the. time of his death was mes
senger to the Secretary of the Navy.
He was 77 years of age, and leaves
surviving him six children, viz.:
Mrs. Jennie Southall, of Huntsville,
wife of the late P. H. Southall, of
this place; Miss Jessie Harris, of
Huntsville: Miss Willie Harris, of
Na8hvlle; Messrs. Walter and Web
ster Harris, of Water Valley, Miss.,
and Sherwood Harris, of Texas. His
wife, who died a number of years
ago, was a daughter of the late
James Webster, of this county. Maj.
Harris was well-known here and
had many friends who will regret to
hearof his death. The remains will
reach here to-morrow morning on
the 10 o'clock train, and the inter
ment will take place at Rose Hill
Cemetery, services being held at the
grave by Rev. F. B. Webb.
Mrs. A. M. Looney. Jr.
' Died, near Lawrenceburg, Tenn.,
on Thursday, Jan. 27, 1898, Fannie
Stribling, wife of A. M. Looney, Jr.
Absolute ralthiuiness to ner iamuy,
her duty, and those who were so
fortunate as to be numbered imong
The Bethell House barber shop
and bath-rooms. Tuck & Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rea are now
boarding with Mr. Rea's parents, on
Houth H irh street. Mr. W. JV
Htunhens and family have moved to
the house on Sixth street formerly
occupied by Mr. Rea.
For mire, fresh milk, at any and
all times, give orders to the driver
of my milk wagon, or ring telephone
No. 82, three times.
feb4 4t E. D. LooHTBYi
Tom Offutt, colored, died Monday
nt. thin home of Mr. J. M. Harris, on
Ninth street, aged nearly 90 years
"Uncle" Tom was regarded as one
nf the best neeroes of the town, and
was universally respected by both
white and colored.
We have money to loan o n farm
mortgages in sums to suit from $300
jan28 2t i W. J. Embry Co.
Deputy Sheriffs Frazier and For
gey arrested six negroes in this
county this week, who were wanted
for offenses committed in Hickman.
The prisoners were carried to Nash
ville, where tney were giveu over m
the Sheriff of Hickman county.
Wanted. Position by young lady
as stenographer and type writer;
thoroughly competent. Apply to
this office. H
J.Shelby Coffey, Esq., stood an
examination before Chancellor
Abernathy this week, and has beeu
admitted to the Columbia bar. He
has established Mb office in the
Whitthorne block on West Seventh
Two Lots of All Wool Salts, $5.00,
were $8.00 and 19.00.
A Few $10, $12, and $18.00 Suits,
odd sizes, to close at $8 your choice.
Anything in our CLOTHING
department at prices that do
not bear profit. These figures
simply mean that we must
have room at any cost, for our
spring stock' which is soon to
New goods are now arriving.
lust received this week, and
they do say they are the pret
tiest designs ever shown here,
while our prices are the lowest,
We have the pleasure to offer
you the prettiest line of
ever shown in Columbia. They
were bought two weeks ago
and are the newest designs out
Having bought them direct
we are prepared to make very
low prices. We have had
many ladies to tell us we have
the handsomest line of
LACES and EMBROIDERIES
in town, so it is natural that
we should think so. Won't
you let us show them to you?
Two Cold Feet
Are common afflictions. So com
mon in fact that we have laid in
an extra supply of
Hot Water Bottles.
This is somethiug you need and
we cordially invite you to see
Woldriage & Irvine.
AN ORPHAN'S HO.nE.
nt a Very
Fancy baking for entertainments
yesterday afternoon. Pulaski Citi- ner frends, characterized her whole a specialty at ?
zen. . ' ' life. While of such an one no eu- 1214 ; Smithwick
Will Fltsire'ill Given Preliminary
Will Fitzgerald was tried before
Judge Looney last Saturday on the
charge of assault with attempt to
commit muraer upon um -inlaw.
Jeff Lannum. He waived ex
amination and was bound over to
the next term of the Circuit Court,
and was replaced in jail in de
fault of $2,000 bond. '
When brought into court titz
gerald showed much weakness, and
wept and pleud with his father-in-law,
Deggii.g him not to prosecute
him. Lannum, however, was un
mnvorl. nd declared his intentions
Mrs. Frankie Collier and Miss
Fannie Alexander left yesterday
for Memphis, where they will spend
several weeks visiting relatives and
friends, and on their return home
they will spend several aays in
. Frank Borum left Wednesday for
Nashville, where he has accepted a
nnsitlnn with the Deering Machine
Company. Frank is an upright
young man, and his friends here
wish film unoounaeu success m mo
The following were among those
from a distance who attended the
Hutton-Dale wedding yesterday:
Mr. Granville McLean, Mr. and
Lawson Wilhoite, Dr. Guy Frlerson,
of Shelbyville; Miss Myrtle Skein
and Mr. and Mrs. 11. N. Hutton, of
Bell Buckle; Miss Mackle Hardison
and Mr. Humphrey Hardison, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClure, of
I have two hundred bushels of
second crop Memphis Triumphs for
sale. D- Fulton,
8 Frlerson. Tenn.
Telephone No. 153. febi 3t
Circuit Cou't will meet next Mon
day week. There are 100 cases on
the State docket and 85 on the civil
docket. The case of State vs. J. A.
Turner, for murder, is set for March
12; the Stone cases for March 4; the
case of Sprnglns and Patton vs. the
L. & N. Railroad for damages, eb.
14, and the case of Mrs. Lizzie Holhs
vs. the L. & N. Railroad for dam
ages, Feb. 15.
Don't fail to see us before you buy
your field and garden seeus. we
have a full line of
Bui t Oats,
Northern white and black oats, onion
sots, etc., and everything usually
kept in the field seed line.
Frlerson & Embry.
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Berkshire boar for Sale.
I have a registered Berkshire boar
about 3 years old for sale cheap.
Apply or address, E.D. Looney.
Bather Cool Weather.
v..0tliiii mnrnlni was the cold-
oat wpnthfir vet felt this winter. At
7 'ninnk ti.n fhprmoraeter register- r. n w. Jackson and Mrs
ed 10 above zero at Woldridge & Ir- w pjgh', were visiting relatives
vine's drug store, put as io ""Ja the country last ween
hour another thermometer ut,
Nichols' store registered only
above. Tuesday morning at 7
o'clock, the mercury in Woldridge
& Irvine's thermometer stood at 12
above, and Wednesday morning
at 15. .
. Pare Leaf Lard.
All parties wanting their
filled with lard, should carry
to W.J. tJuest & Co's., and
them filled for 7c per pound.
Mary, the little 3-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Tiller, was
painfully burned last ; Monday. Mrs
Tiller was in the kitchen at the
in fininn unknown man-
T I 1 1 1 H . niivm ill tw. -
ner the little girl's dress
...l.i hpinrfi her
could reach her one side of her body
and face had been badly burned. It
is not thought wai ine ,,.ju. - y -prove
serious, and it is sincerely
hoped that she will soon recover.
Now is the time to get your sup
ply Selection cards, "ave them
printed at the Herald's Jon Department.
Mr nnrt Mrs. Wash Taylor ana
Miss Nora Jackson, were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John McGee at Rid
ley Station last week.
Mr. C. F. Perry was visiting rela
tives in our midst recently.
Mr. T. J. Mayes was here this
week, from Water Valley, visiting
We are sorry to say that Mr.
Cheek Watson is very low at this
writing. Mr. A. F. Brown is also
quite sick. The Dr. says that ho is
threatened with malarial fever. We
wish for them both a speedy re
Sweet Country Bacon.
For nice country bacon, shoulders,
sides and hams, cheap for cash, go to
jan28 2t Tucker Bros.
Her Arm Broken.
Last Saturday morning Annie
Leal, the little 3-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Guest, re
Poivod a fall while playing about
the house with the children, and
had her right arm broken between
the wrisl and elbow. The little suf
ferer is getting along as nicely as
possible and it is to b6 hoped that
she will soon be well.
lou-v mav be written, yet deep in the
hearts of all who were blessed by
contact with her quiet life there is a
fpellng, that of such it is said
"Blessed are the pure in heart; for
they shall see God." ' '
Deceased leaves a husband and
several children, to whom their
friends in Maury extend deep sym
pathy. , ,
Amos 8eeley died of heart trouble
last Sunday morning at his home on
thn Williamsport pike about tour
miles from town, in the 64th year of
his uge. Mr. Seeley had been
out in the yard attending to some
worK, and while returning to the
house was taken with a sudden at
tack of the disease, and was dead
before assistance could reach him.
The funeral services were conducted
Mondav at Nebo by Rev. W. R.
McKennon, assisted by the pastor,
Rev.W. H. Beasley, and the re
mains were interred in Nebo Ceme
tery. Deceased leaves a wife and
two children Mrs. . Geo. Howell,
Jr., and Mr. W. H. Seeley.
"TCmma Harrison, the three-year-
nlrt rtmiu'hter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Rhfilton. died on Thursday of last
week at their home at Covington,
and the remains were interred there
thn dAv fol owinc. Mr. ana Mrs
Shelton are here visiting Mrs. bhel-
ton's narents. Mr. and Mrs. James
M. Sheppard. .
Messrs. Sol. Henry and C. C.
Gross received the sad news Wed
nesday of the death of their sister,
Mrs. Kins-, which occurred at San
Antonio, Texas, Wednesday morn
ing at 8 o'clock.
We Are Ready,
roitli a full stnrk nf new and fresh Gar-
rlon Spot!, onion sets and buttons. Seed
oats, all kinds; cabbage seed, all kinds,
In hulk fnrenrlv Hew inc.
12 lbs ot that same cotiee i.w
alhs Arhuckle. 4-X or Leverinzs
2 lbs Arbuckle, 4-X or Leverings
cnff ea 25
15 lbs best leaf lard 1.00
20 lbs clarified sugar 1.001
N O. moliissoH. ner ual 20
Fifteen cans assorted can goods 1.00
Hest 3-1 b cans California apricots.. .15
8 lbs Nudavcne flakes 25
Fresh hominy, cracked wheat, grits
hominy flakes, oat meal Just in.
Bell Telephone 21. North Main Street.
:'s. 'Phone 228-3.
Mr. R. Q. Irvine has been on the
sick list for the past week, and is
now staying at the home of Mr. W.
P. Woldridge in West End. He is
improving, we are glad to say, and
his friends hope to see him entirely
recovered in a few days.
R. L. Weakley, successor to Weak
ley Bros., Nashville, has moved
from 225 North Summer to 207 North
College street. Remember the
change when you go shopping, tf
All grocers keep "Blue Seal"
"TCvprhria-ht" flour. Insist
the ,lBlue Seal" brand guaranteed
Columbia Mill & elevator uo.
Mcdowell school notes.
The first month of the new year
closed last Friday with the most
satisfactory results. Many uew
nnnila hftvn been enrolled, the at
tendance has been good, and all
havA loined heartily in the work.
ThJa snrini? term oroinises to be the
moat nntlsfiictorv of any in the his
torv nf the institution.
The McDowell Debating Society
now hjlds its regular weekly meet
Ings every Saturday afternoon.
Though recently organized, it al
ready has a large number of mem
bers who taite great lnieresi, in mo
nrnpflPrllnp-s. and it will soon become
an important part of the school.
The officers are: Fuller Britton,
President: Robert Craig, Second
VlcB-President: Loyd Burns, Secre
Mrs. Tomlinson visited at Cul-
leoka Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. W. C. Salmon delived a most
interesting lecture to the school last
Fridav. Mr. Salmon, though a law
vr. Is verv familiar with all depart
ments of school work and thorough
ly understands our needs.
Mr. and Mrs Hempstead, who re
cently moved to this county from
Michigan, visited the school last
week and entered their son, Rudolph.
MISS JMellie lOinUIlnOll Will Byo:m
a few days at Culleoka this week.
We are soon to have a new wire
fence for the school-yard.
The case Of State vs. the Colum
bia, Godwin & Santa Fe Turnpike
Company was aismissea in jnan-
cery this weeK. inis case wan a
suit against the turnpike company
to forfeit Its charter, on tne grouna
that the pike was not kept up to
charter requirements, and was in
stituted some time ago. An agree
ment was entered into last summer
as a decree of Chancery that waj. J .
T. Williamson, W. A. Henderson
and John M. Burns be appointea a
committee to inspect the road, and
if it was found that it was not up to
requirements the gates should be
thrown open until it was put in prop-
pr condition. Hie comnmi.ee ie-
ported that they had inspected the
entire roaa anu iuuuu ii iu visi
ter requirements In every particu
lar, and, therefore, according to
agreement, the suit was dismissed.
like to have you come to our store
and get prices on Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Just see what $1.00 will
9 lbs good roasted coffee.
8 lbs A. B., or 4-X coffee.
20 lbs white clarified sugar.
6 3-lb cans California apricots,
fl 3-lb cans California poaches.
12 lbs best stick candy.
12 lbs best fancy candy.
13 lbs good raisins.
You have doubtless learned what
a long-tongued fellow "Cash" is.
Telephone 131. W. E, McKEMON,
Farmersl Farmers! Farmers!
We can supply you with Clay,
Whippoorwill and mixed varieties
of pease cheaper than any one. Cit
izens 'pnone in an" eu .
tf UITY UKA1N r JSEU VU.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
(S. V. Haves to Charles Morrow, lot
In Ulh diHtriot. fliOO.
Marv A. llancom to Jas. A. Sowell, in-
tp.-Ht in land in 21.st district, $30U
G. W. Kinzer to U. w. Kinzer, i.jujs
anrM In 14th district. 12.530.
T. C. Coptjins et al, to H. V. Coggins,
2 tracts in (ilh district. $l 0.
1L t Church to C. J. Kebar, lot In Co
.1. T. Haucuss to C. J. Kebar, lot in
Columbia. $'.HH). '
W. I j. Sowell to P. D. raty, 2j acres
In iKlh district. S430.
.1 C. Daniel to A. R. Lindsey. 34'
acres In 11th district, $1'A70.
A new and handsome supply just
received. Cut flowers ourspeciaity,
jan28 2t James liROS,
The Proverbial Ground-IIog.
T.nst Wednesday. Feb. 2, was
"ground-hog day," and at noon, it is
said, his hogship came out of his
hole to inspect tne conuiuon ui me
nruathpr. Some sav he saw his
shadow, and some say he man t;
there were a few scattering ciouus,
but the sun was shining brightly in
some places. If he did see it, so the
old saying goes, he returned to his
hole to stay 6ix weens lomcer, uu
we are to have wintry weather for
that length of time; if the weather
was cloudy, however, and he did
not see his shadow, ne win remain
out and the DacK-oone oi wuuei
will be broken. Take it as you
please, but it is advisable not to lay
aside winter clothes yet.
County Horticultural Society.
The Maury County Horticultural
Hnnlfitr met Tuesday In J. L. Jones
nfflcA In the Masonic Temple, and
d the fruit outlook. The
mnrnhfirs reported that a large
amount of strawberry plants had
been killed by the drought last fall,
nnrf thn outlook for the crop this
. i . t mi I
year was quite aiscouraging. me
soeletv will meet again the first
Tupsdav in March to elect new offi
Can Hum One
To Editor Herald: As is
known to many of your reders the
committee of the General Assembly
of the Cumberland Presbyterian
church has decided tnat tne or
phans' Home and Industrial School
of that church shall be located In
Columbia; with th single proviso
that Columbia and Kicniana rres
bytery subscribes in money and
land f lU.ouu. . . . . . ,
This Home and industrial ocnooi
will be the only institution oi us
kind in the whole denomination;
and while it will be under tne nomi
nal control ot the General Assem
bly of the Cumberland church, so
far as Columbia and Maury County
is concerned it proposes to accept
all worthy applicants, regardless of
church relations or affiliations; that
Is, while having the General Assem
bly to manage its affairs and the
whole church to contribute to its
support, it will offer the widow and
orphan and homeless children of
our community a pince umj
call "Home," and where they will
receive a moral ana cnrisiian inuu-nP-
... . ......
The committee on Denau u wio
General Assembly Is composed oi
some of the best legal, business and
mlnuterlal talent m tne cnurou.
mpn ho are devoting tneir time
and talents freelv to this work ; and
they assure us that wherever tney
send their financial agent ne is
meeting with marked success; tnai
although only small portions oi
Tennefsee and Alabama have been
canvassed, they already nave m
sight $10,000 to begin the worn, anu
that they have every reason to be
lieve that in a snort wnue aijr who
work is bgun on the Home they
will have for endowment and . im
provement purposes, $100,000.
Now the question comes, can we
afford to let this opportunity pass?
Every nickle of subscription rais
ed in Columbia will be speut right
here, and we have a guarantee that
$10,000 additional will be placed
here by the committee, as soon as
our $10,000 is raised; this in itself,
as a nusinees p'opoaiwun, u"
appeal to every citizen or our com
So I repeat, can we nuora to
lose the Home? Other places are
asking the committee to re-open tne
o.ue8tion oflocation, and are offer!
ing much more man w,"w iui
location. ' '
The Odd Fellows in Kentucky are
looking for a location for tneir
Home for that State, anu nowiing
Green wants the Home, ana tneir
town paper of recpnt date containea
cards from the President or their
Commercial Club, from the Mayor
of the city, and from the rresiaeni
of their Board of Trade, warmly en
dorsing the project and congratu
lating and encouraging me peuuio
that the public interest manifested
is "beyond all previous conception."
Can we not emulate tne example
of Bowling Green?
We will give more aetaueu ugurea
in your next issue.
We earnestly asa tnat every uinu
and woman of our community give
this nupstion some thought; lor De-
eiripa . hmlnpsa nronosition. it will
be an institution for humanity
Christianity in our midst.
lUSN'T A B0LLAK,
Another car load of rough granite
from the celebrated quarries of Bar
re, Vt. With a new steam plant and
practical workmen, you can get the
best stocK anu noisn as iubvuiuui
bia Marble and Granite Works,"
corner Sixtli and Embargo Streets.
Telephone No. 51. tf.
To My Friend anil Cutoiner.
Having gone back into business
again, I will hereafter be found at
my old stand on South Main street.
Twill conduct a first-class carriage
hnslness in all its branches wood
working, painting and trimming
onri will do the fine carriage smith
in mvself. and weld all kinds of
oni-incs and guarantee them; will
also have a good horse-shoer and do
all kinds of work on plows and farm
implements, welding of well drills,
nnA wnrk on all kinds of large ma
fhinppr. shaftinir. dressing and
tempting mill picks and other tools
Thanking my friends for past
favnra. T Bulicit their patronage in
the future. Respectfully,
ianl44t William BrcuvAr.
Patronize home industry by buy
ing "Blue Seal" and "Everbrlght"
flour. Home labor. Home capital.
Columbia Mux & Elevator Co.
12 bars good soap.
10 boxes good washing powder.
7 bars Lenox Soap.
New garden seeds just received.
W. W. DENNIS,
South Main Street, near Square.
Jan7 - ;
The Hkrald is in receipt of the
holiday number of the "Freeman,"
a national illustrated colored news
paper published at Indianapolis,
Ind. The typographic work of the
paper is neat and artistic, ana it
contains a large number of illustra
tions. The journal is puunsneu ior
the advancement and upbuilding of
the negro race, and every coioreu
person should be a subscriber to it.
I have opened up a confectionery
and fruit business, corner ynit
thone Block, where I will carry in
otock a full line of fine candies,
fruits, cigars, tobaccos, etc., ana in
vite a share of your patronage.
It W. A. WILLIS.