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Friday, Februarj 13, 1891.
E. A7 TUSCII, Business Manager.
nhcr.rintinn Rat pis in Advance
Subscribers in County. 81.00
Subscribers out of county. $1.26
0TS PSR Ll .Cj1 IKSar.TlOt.
Corner Public Square find West Seventh St.
Columbia. Tennessee
Ian 8 ly. .
Late of Pulaski
Dealers in
sepia 8m
Corner Church and Spruce Streets,
Choicest cat flowers always on hand. Flo
ral bankets and designs on short notice.
noVM 6m
Toleplion. 56.
-:-LIttle Bigby Mills.-:-
Graham Flour, Bubr Meal, Cow-feed.
duels Um
And Dealer In
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
Fine watch and Jewelry repairing a special
ty. Bethell Block:. Colombia, Tenn.
may 17 ly
Jos. TowtiR.
Corner Public Square and South Main Stree
Jaully . - ...
Cohm.iaBasking Company
CAPITAL, $100,000.
Does a general Banking, Exchange and
Commercial business.
' J. M. M AYES, President.
J, C. WOOTEN, Vice-President
Jan2I ly LUCIUS FRIERSON, Cashier.
IRA. C. WITT, Proprietor,
dec5 6in Nashville, Tenn.
J. o. vooiurKa. , . - " k. a. rowLEKr
vooauijEs a FowLi:n,
Attorn eys-al-Law. '
Will practice In the courts of Maury and
Dei;litMirlugouBitls;alae In the VeUaraland
Huprenieeourts. Offloeln Whitthoma Block,
West Ke venth Street. - Janl ly
Purc and Fresh. Drugs'.
Combs, r rushes, rerfunes, Soaps,
Window-glass, Paints, Oils of Every kind.
Agents for
Lucas Tinted .V (5'css Paints.
febny "'. P. tYOLDPtlDGE & CO-
Mrs. Aline Butler's Art Hind lo, above Rains
A ISou's Htore. Wet Keventli Htreet. !luiy
hours .'rom lo until o'clock. Orders receiv
ed for portraits in La Paxtel. fell lm
The Napier Iron Works will pay 40 cents
wr cord for coal wood, cut at tieaiitnated
places on the projwrty of the company. One
dollar pur cord for wood delivered any
where on line oi' the Napier Branch Railroad,
dec 12 3m E. C. Lkwis. Oeneral Monaster.
IsaMlivllle, leuu.
Fresh supply of clover seed and seed oats
it bottom cu8ii oriees.
Jan: It ' Embrt A Andkbson.
Fresh supply ol clover seed and seed oats
jaii;Wlt K if buy A Andkkson
A piano ami ouo set of parlor chairs. Ap
ply tOC. L. rKIWITT. feD is tr.
Twoilgh grade Jeroeys; (Venn In ml Ik".
lebdiit. - . HOMACK RA1NKY,,
. Browa Block Lots For Sale.
I will sell to the highest bidder at Hie Court
House door in Columbia, Tnu, on TliurMdav,
March W lsm.tha vacant lot on the ttouth
id.oituj fublic squiira wncre, tut) Brown
bkick was recently Durneu.
, , II. A. Browk,
febfl It ' ' For self aud others.
A BrU ImpUment.
biS it bat sarttti k Cacactt.
t t1
Potato Planters.
Leave orders with us early to avoid dels y. Stkket, Embrt & Co.
S:OJ .4.
Inill vldnall v nnd in rwdisrree one of the best
sonsettt horses In tlie State, and is by Nutwood 2:lr'i,sireof Hlty-one 2::i0 horses, and stands
atl,OU0, and his dam is Dy Harold, sire of Maud S., 2:(; secod dam; the dam of Enter
prise, trial 'ivzi, fitnei, trtui z:zo, oy i-ecK s iuoi
Stands at .u.uu to insure.
Ttanriunmn lmv hnw. witli best of leers and
Kir-i .ln.ni. the tiain ofTFloreiice Elmore 2:20-"Vi.
Putheu 2:24' i, and Oeorge M. Kysdyk 2:25, by
N Ul'lilLL STAKE. We offer a guaranteed
to be trotted in 14. f or conditions ana stua
2:10 feb!4
The best general purpose plow In th world Just recpived our 'ouHh car load. Hundreds
of them are used ly our most practical farmers. Sattkkfil A Church,
feblStf Columbia. Tenn.
Snrgieal Instruments,
Trusses, Supporters,
Shoulder Braces,
Fine Toilet Goods,
Wedding and birth -day piesents,
Fishing Tackle,
-i-Oarden Heeds,
PamU. Oils. Varnishes,
Window Oiass.
Jan24 ly
Begin the new year to
save money by In-
vesting in the
State Building and Siviqs Assocution.
Perfectly Safe.
Better than
a Savings
Interest on all dues paid in, and no forfeiture.
Dr. J. T. Akin, President; J. F. Wiley, E. I)
WilHon, Oeorge W
Hnyex. A. N. Akin.
C. Dbxtbk, Sec'y and Treas.
Asls Your I -of a lit-r iVr the
S4 simi:
$3 SHOE.
According to Your Seeua.
Vi. lUrtit and BUliah. It n,a 1 ii a n
(stockinc:, and EEOU1KES
1 ing perfuctly easy tlie first time It
worn, u win Bitiisiy uio muse
.fastidious. JAM EH MANH
3 SHOE u aUoiutely Uia
ly tiioe of iu price which
has ever been placed cx
tuuivelyon the market
inwoicn anratNUty
Is considered before
mere out
.nit nwc um v"
J. MEANS fc CO.. Jlastoa.
Pull Ilnca of the above shoes for solo by
Dealers iu first-class Foot Wear.
aug2H Bm
Onabnnchof keys. Return to Ihls office
and receive reward.
New opening of the Fire Store. Dry Ooods,
Clothing aud Shoos received from nres.
Thtwu roods are only tiiiiciitl y damaged by
wuter. Hint are sola ul irreativ reuueeu oriceN,
on South-east side Public Square, next door
to Joseuh Towler's drug store, call anu ex
amine stock and prices. No trouMe to show
gtxxls at the new opening oi the Fire stora
leoi.i ii
The consent of 10.000 Smokers. to send
each, a sample lot of 150 "nicklk" Cigars
and a 20 year gold filled Watch, by Express
V. O. D. aud allow examination.
HAVANA Ciuak Co., W ashington, N. C.
feb 13, t.
. Church Serrlces.
Services at St. Peter'a church at 11
o'clock a. f. ant 7 o'clock p. M every
Kiiuday.. Kvery naiut's uay at 11
o'cLock A. M. ilolv ooiiMiiuaion every
Sunday " uiorniuu at 7 o'clock. First
Sunday in each uioutli oommuuion at
li o'clock, inornniir oraver at 7 o'clock
Evening prayer every Frutay ingtit at l
o'clock. Itov. K. ij. Metcaiie, pastor.
Sunday school at V..SU A. m.
Services at tue uautist cnurca every
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock
p.m. tsunaay-scuooi at vum o ciock
Praver meetine at 7 o'clock eVry Wed
neaday night. Itev. It. It. Mahouey,
Services ana unuay-scuooi at au-
vent Chapel, South Coluiiihia, every
Sunday al'teriuMu at 3 o'clock. Rev. It.
K. Metcalfe, vunlor,
Services at me j rst rresoytorian
church every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m
and 7 o'clock v. m. Simdav-school at
9:30 a.m. Praver-uieetiu Wednesday
aiirhts at 7 o clock. Kev. r. ff. Webb,
- i n. -. i. . . : . - I. . . 1 .
rervi4?es in . unviau vnun.ii
erory lrd s day, Sunday-school at
HiJO A. H. Communion services at 11 a.
m. Praver-inoetiUK I hursday inxlit at
7o'clk. HoadiiiK of the scriptures
each Lord s day by one ot the elders
Services at South Columbia. AI. r.
Church everv SuiuUv ul II a. and 7
r. M. Suuday-schiHl at o'clock a. K
and nraver-m-etiiii; every Friday nil'
at ;i o'clock. Itev. W. A. leatli, pastor.
Services at the C. I, chun-h every Sun
day at 11 o'clock. A. m. and 7 o clock, l'
M. Mtindav-school at !:."I0 o'clock, A. M.
and praycr-iiioctintr Wednesday night
at 7 o'cbx'k.
Me, hod tut Church: Preaohmp every
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 ' m. Prayer-
meeting Wednesday 7 J', M. Snnday
acnool aJOA. m. .'I. McFerrin Pastor.
Kegular services at the Shcoiiu Pres
byterian church in South Columbia, on
the first and third Sundays of oiu-li
month, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by the
pastor In charge, ltev. I. A, Hardin.
Prayer-meetintrs: First and Third
Tuesdays at 7 p. M. Sunday-school
every Sunday at a. m.
Helms Minstrels
will plve a performance one iMght at
the Opera House Febuary 20. Ad
mission 25 ceuts and 15 cents. J. V.
II elm, Manager. feb6-2t.
Applicant I want a salary of three
thousand dollars a year.
Proprietor (sarcastically i ouiau t
you like a partnersliipT
Applicant No; I wish
money. ot Afunscy'M H'
, . La Grippe Again.
'During the epidemic of la grippe
last season Dr. Kiug's New Di-covery
for consumption, coughs aud colds
proved to be the best remedy. Reports
trout tli many who ued it confirm
this statement. They were not ouly
quickly relieved, but the disease left
no ban arter results, we asu you to
give this remedy a trial and we guar
antee that you will be satisfied with
results, or the purchase prici will be
refunded. It has no equal in la grippe
1 nr anvthront. chest, or lunar trouble.
Free trial Domes at vv . tr. wnariage
ft Co.'s drug store ; large bottles 60o.
and 1, (3 male ly
CO., Agents for
1-a at a years.
horses to be found,;ss he is one of the hand-
feet. Bv Stralhniore 408. sire of 37 2:30 horses,
bv Idol 177. Second dam. the dam of Barbara
Oeoi ge M. Patchen 2:23. Stands at $ O.OO.to
stakVof $300 for foals of 1892, the get of Nuthlll,
Dins, nu'ir. ss.
BROWN. Ashwood. Maury County. Tenn
5t 1-4
Miss Annie Ridley is at home.
J. W. Howard is back from St.
Lou in.
- bishop C. T. Quintan! is a guest at
the Institute.
Circuit Clerk Howard was in Cen
tervilie on busiueea.
Walter Jones, of Birmingham, was
here a few days this week.
Mrs. W. D. Bethell, of Memphis, is
visiting relatives in tniscouty.
Mrs. Clark Tindall is visiting Mrs.
Henry Martin, in New Orleans.
Rev. R. M. Kennedy and wife, ot
Zion, heard Dr. Hedley's lecture.
Mr. Chas. Brown, of Giles, attend
ed the Club german M nday night.
Col. F. H. Watkins and fllr. Bob
Frierson have returned from Florida.
Mrs. Joe Vesey is sending the
week with her parents at Santa Fe.
Mr. aud Mrs. Edgar Anderson, of
Pulaski, are visiting ltev. R. O. Ir
vine. Mrs. T. T. Wright, of Nashville,
was visiting friends in the city this
Bishop Pierce, of Arkansas, was a
guest at the Institute the first part of
the week.
Miss Georgie Grider, of Bowling
Green, is thi guet of Miss Minnie
Miss Lelia Barr returned this week
from a visit to Miss Carrie Robinson,
in Pulaski.
J. C. Woolen left for St. Petersburg,
Fla , last Saturday to join the lisliiug
party from here.
W. P. Woldridge has returned irom
Lexitig'oti, Ky., where he atteuded
the Brasiield sale.
Miss Collett, of Texas, who has
been visitiug relatives here, is now
visiting in Alabama.
Mrs. J. J. Neuson has retured to
Nashville after several days visit to
daughter Mrs. W. C. Grant.
Mrs. John J. Stephenson, of Ash-
woo.!, is visiting her anugiiier airs.
Henry Martin, in New Orleans.
Rev. A. P. McFerrin was iu Nadi-
ville this week, called there bv the
serious illness oi Air. Porter we-tK-
Miss Janie Porter, of the City
Publiu Schools, has been confined at
home for two weei: threatened with
pneum nia.
Mrs. R. W. Watkins has been iu
Mt. Pieusant for the last week, with :
her mother, Mrs. Ingram, who has
been quite unwell.
Misses Chase aud Hamilton of the
Institute, aud Miss Mary Blackburn
left last Saturday for New Orleans to
attend Mardi Gras.
Miss Dora McBride, one of Sawdust
Valley's most bewitching youug la
dies, after a pleasant visit in our city
as the guest of the Misses McKennon,
has relumed home.
Messrs. J. C. Voorhies, w. J. Web
ster. L P, Padgott, W. C. Taylor and
W. 8. Fleming, Jr., are Jn Nashvilje
attending Supreme Court,
Misses Ella Adkisson and Birdie
Pender, of the Bigbyvllle ueifjubor
hood, are visiting Mr. R P. Adkisson
and family, on Garden Street.
Maj. James H. Akin was here this
week, advising and consulting with
his constituents. He is giving a heap
of thought to the people's busiuesg.
Miss Mattie Suodgrass, of Glade
Springs, Va.. Miss Cora It umbo, of
Va., and Miss Gertrude Grant, of
Pulaski, were the guests of their cou
sin Miss Rebecca Erwin, last week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. N. Walker, of
Oolurnbus, Ky.. are visiting City
Marshal Liipseomb and family. Mr.
Walker is the editor of the Columbus
Forum, and another paper at Fulton,
Kv., and a successful newspaper man.
Mr. Sam Holding lert yesterday for
Louisville, where he expects to reside
in the future. We wish him the
greatest success in the world, that
eucceas his ' intelligence and honest
merit richly entlttle him to.
Mr. Gardner Grant, or Abingdon,
Va., spent the week in this city. He
was accompanied by his grand daugh
ters Miss Mattie Snodirra-jsi of -Glade
Springs, Va., Miss Cora Bumbo, of
Oceola, Va , aud Miss Gertrude
Grant, of Pulaski, Teuu. They were
the guests of Mr. Grant's" nephews,
Dr. E. G. and W. C. Grant, and his
nieces Mrs W. T. Erwin aud Mrs.
Nettie M. Brown. Mr. Grant is a
venerable old gentleman, 78 years of
aire, but he is still quite active aud
A Cant.
This is to state that having made a
contract with the Columbia Herald
Co. to accept coupons-issued by them
in part payraeut of goods purchased
for cash, we fully iutended to take in
same ou plows aud potato planters,
but the State Agents having been
notified by our competitors that we
"were cutting and slashing prices"
on these articles, they notified us
that we must not accept coupons on
these goods. Will say however that
since the first of January the prices
on our celebrated Olive Chill Plows
have been reduced from 10 to 20 per
cent. As these articles form a very
pinali part of our business, we have
made them exceptions. All parties
having these bonds are sure to get.
what they nay on the fac, and will
save ten cents on the dollar by buy
ing their goods from us; and but for
the Interference of our competitors
we would have saved the farmers of
Maurv county this ten par cent on
their plows and potato planters.
Dobbins ft Ewiso.
Tele graphy and Short-Hand.
- We wish to give instruction to all
those who desire same, in telegraphy,
type-writing and short-hand. We
will be ready to take charge of pupils
about Monday Feourary 2nd, 1H0I
Hours of instruction will be from 7 p,
M , to 10 P. M., at A. H. Shield's resi
dence. South Main street. Terms
roaannibl. AndrM or IDlllV to A
' II, Shle'ds, Of John Boae. Jao.23 St
If it la agr e tble to the clerk of
the weather a little less rain and a
little more sunshine would be accep
table to tbe inhabitants of these parts.
Dobbins & Jawing, Kains ft bon.
McKennon Bros, ft Anderson, James
Bros, and Oakes ft Westr are the
firms that will accept The Herald's
bonds and coupons in trade fust tbe
same as cash. When you have any
thing to buy from any of these houses,
remember you can save money by
first subscribing for The Her
ald, tf,
Mr. W. R. Gresham, of Park's
Statlou, has rented- Mrs. Annie
Phillips' house on 8th street, and will
move nis family to town.
The Young People's Endeavor
Society will give a Valentine party at
the Guest House to night.
When anybody wishes to botrow
your paper, show them this and let
them learn that tbe coupons we give
iree witn the herald win save
them more than the paper costs
them.' If they do not understand our
bond and coupon feature, explain it
to them for us, or tell them to come
or write to this orlice and we will
explain. tf.
A.handsome new eight day clock
has been put up in the post office. It
has the advertisements or several of
our enterprising merchants on it.
John P. McGaw, Jr. is In St
Louis this week, buying some new
The City Marshall and the police
made Mayor Hendley ana nis brine a
wedding present of an elegant rit
stand, purchased at the house of
Jaii.es Bros.
The Herald telephone- is No
10. Our friends can assist us greatly
if they will telephone us anything of
interest they may run across. Ar
rival and departure of visitors, small
entertainments we might overlook,
any little thing you would be enter
tained by reading or you thiuk would
interest somebody else. These little
i.hings make up a newspaper, like lit
tie deeds make up a life. Telephone
us, and you will earn our everlasting
(banks. This will apply to town or
tountry, wherever there is a tele
phone, and we hope our frienda will
remember it. - tf. -
Northern seed Irish potatoes for
-ale. Cook ft Moore,
reb!3 tr.
Our people cannot complain for
the lack of entertainments this week ;
a german Monday night, card party
Tuesday night, lectures Wednesday
aud Thursday nights.
Wall paper 80 cents per roll good.
new and pretty. Vesey ft Edsall
f eb 13, 2L
-The Bethell House was forced to
rely upon tbe old fashioned primitive
caudle for light for several nights this
week. The gas refused to burn, ana
it took the company some time to lo
cate the trouble and the cause.
-In another column will be found a
B itirical poem, read by Will Everett
in the Public Schools last week,
which will be found interesting.
Bishop Niles Pierce, ot Arkansas.
preached at St. Peter's church last
During Lient there will oe servi
ces at St. Peter's church as follows:
Every day at 4 p. m. except Fridays
Services as usual Fridays at 7 P. M
Weduesday aud Friday mornings at
11 a. m. the litany will be read.
Bishop Quintard will hold con
firmation ' tervices at St. Peter's
church next Suuday night at 7 p. M
Services at first Presbyterian
Church next Sunday, at 11 A. M, and
p. m. Subject in moruing: ."Jacob
atPeuiel" At night it w ill be "Pil
grim at the hill of Sinai."
Services in tne Jiapiist cnurcn
next Sunday as usual, morning and
night. Morning subject: "The
Right Kind of Conversion" or the
mportance of becoming couverted to
Const rath, r than, to human instru
mentality's in the church. There
will be a song service at nignc, aud
the congregation will be delighted lo
iisteu again to the singing of one that
has added so much to the choir, Mrs.
W. Sher.on, nee Miss Mattie bhep-
pard. Services commence at t :lo, in
he evening.
Second Quarterly Conference for
Carter's Creek circuit, at White
Chapel, Msi roll 7th and 8th. Busi
ness of importance to be transacted.
ihe protracted meeting at the
Christian Church, which begau on
list Sunday, coutinues with hue in
terest. It is conducted by Elder
Harding, of Kentucky, who held a
s iCcessTul revival meeting for the
church here several years ago. Mr.
Harding speaks to-night on "Paul
Defence Before Agrippa;" 'Saturday
night on, "The Unpardonable Sin;"
Sunday morning on, "The Christian's
Vrmors" Suuday night on.
f'Heaven." There is a service each
morning at 10:30 o'clock. The meet
ings will be continued as long as the
interest shall demand it.
Services in the Cumberland Pres
byterian church next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning subject "''.hal good
part." Evening "Paul's Ideal."
Suuday-scuool at D:30 A. M. Young
people's meeting noxt Tuesday night
at 7 o'clock. Topic "Helping our
brethren." Prayer-meeting next
Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. Topic
"David's peuitauce.'?
L. U. P. M. will be held at the
residence of Mrs. W. C. Aydelotte
Friday afternoon at 2J4 o'clock. Sub
ject "Wisdom Given by God."
Mrs. E. E. Erwin, Leader.
Mr. Ed. Wilson read a masterly
essay on the power of tbe Bible at the
vouutr peoples society iu the C P
church last Tuesday night. This
society voted at its last meeting to
accept membership in the Tennessee
Union. .This act connects it with the
societies of all denominations in the
state. The local society organized iu
the C. P. church is growing rapidly
in efficiency aud members.
Dr. Hobs' Sermom. Rev. Dr.
Hoss. Editor the Nashville Christian
Advocate, filled tbe pulpit at tbe
Methodist church here last Sunday,
and preached a sermon which for
power of thought and beauty of lan
guage can rarely be equalled. The
beautiful spring-like weather, the
large and appreciative audience and
all the surroundings combined pro
pitiously for ihe speaker, and there
was that perrect accord between pul
pit aud pew which alone make pos
sible tbe highest effects or eloquence.
It was however the eloqeuce of deep.
earnest thought and simple though
elegant Huglisb, and nolo! oratorical
pomp aud nourish, t rom beginning
to end the voice of the preacher was
hardly raised above the level of a
strong conversational tone, and at no
time was there auy very animated
gesticulation ; aud yet the attention
oi the audience never lor a moment
Utrgged. It was the triumph of a real
power, aud shows that, after all, the
average congregation appreciate ideas
aud earnest simplicity more than
mere words, however ornate, or atti
tude however dramatic. Love for
God was the theme, and tbe sermon
impressed its desirability and necessi
ty with a logic and pursuasiveness
none could escape, and noue, for tbe
time beiug at lea-tt, would willingly
have escaped. Dr. moss preached
another tine sermon ou the evening of
the same day, but, owing to the in
cessaut dowu pour of rain, the con
gregation was uulortuuately not so
large as in the morniug. It is hoped
by all that he can be persuaded to re
peat his visits olteu hereafter.
The Cumberland Presbyter
ians Celeuuatb. As is perhaps
well known by many or our readers.
the rourth day of February is the
regular anniversary of the founding
of the Cumberland Presbyteriau
denominatiou. it was organized on
the fourth of February 1810, aud is
consequently uow eiglity-oi.e years
of age. It is also a Tennessee plant,
for it was organized In Dickson
county, this state, at tne nome or a
regular minister iu the Presbyterian
church, the Rev. Samuel MoAdow.
It is one of the few denominations
therefore, that are native born. Tbe
services on Suuday were of an inter
esting character. Behind the pulpit
was a large picture of the old house In
which the denomination was begun
in the form or its first presbytery,
Essavs. speeches, and songs of the
oldest description, were the order of
the riav. both mornin? and nla-hL
All the enterprises of the denomlna
lion H U ft healtav Ute.
Every Season
has its advantages and disadvantages,
and there is something for you to do at
all times and seasons. It is true that it
is too early for you to be considering
your next Spring dress,
for you to be making up your Spring
and Summer underwear, and we wish
lo remind you oi the fact that we are
We sell Fruit of the Loom, Lonsdale
ft Mason ville domestic at SlA cts. Tor
chon laces at all prices froa5ct to 85ct
per yard. We also have a large stock of
Warner's Health corsets at 95cts. We
cordially Invite you to call and examine
these goods.
Mayes, fatter & Friersoi
Cason.-vs. Ntelj, Heard.
Tbe lottery ticket suit of Cason vs,
Neely was heard in the' Supreme
Court last Weduesday, but no opln
ton has been rendered yet
Read City Items of E. W. Gam
ble Grocery Co. -
Street, ttmoryft uo. specials.
Bay Pilot, service fee $25. .
Locals, City Items and specials
of Fire Store.
Cards and specials of Satterneid
ft Churcn. -
Yearling mules for sale. .
Keys lost.
Locals of Cook A Moore.- ,
"Obituary notice. ' .
Locals of Vesey ft Edsall. yj
Woolford's Sanitary Lotion.
Ashwood Stud. "
Read Mayesv Walker 4 Frierson'a
display card In this, tsoue. . : '
Chancery sale. -Wanted.
' :
Merchant and Maiket Gar to
ners, j . .
City Items of Bains ft Son. ,
A Suggests n . for Tableaux.
A very successful lableau-mter-
talnraei t was recently given in New
York, the subjects being taKen irom
illustrations in the. current maera
zines. The idea is ft simple one, and
if the subjects are well chosen it can
be made very Interesting. . The Cen
tury Company has prepared -list of
suitable pictures with suggestions for
any one who wishes to get up the en
tertainment. They will send It free
on request. 1
Would you like to see something
beautiful? Come and look through the
handsomest line of Hamburg Embroid-
s, Torchon and Val Laces, White
Ooods, etc., that ever came to the city of
No use talking, facts are facts. We
have got the goods. We want to
Push this department of our business,
and we have made prices right doi on
bsdrock. U
We will not be . undersold by any
house iu this Town, County or State.
We sell the best l shoe for ladies on
earth. Come and see(
Yours, anxious to please,
McKennoii Bros. & Anlerson,
A New Magazine.
The DolVa Dressmaker, a maga
zine for girls, is the latest periodical
to come to oar notice. It is brimful of
entertaining and instructive reading
and illustrations for our little women,
and will be welcomed in every house
hold which possesses a little gin.
We feel sure tbe little rv Jtazine will
be popular with mothewaod prove a
monthly delight to their young
daughters. The price Is only 60
cents per year. We reoommena par
ents to send aud subscribe. It is pub"
lished at 35 East Seventy-Seventh
Street, New York City. Send for ft
sample copy anyhow. - '
N. P. HARDEMAN. " i..
Mr. N. P.' Hardeman died ftt the
residence of his nephew, W. H. Far
mer, near Franklin last Saturday.
He was for many years prior to and
just after the war citizen and mer
chant, of Columbia, baring been be
fore tbe war a partner in tne urm oi
Kelly ft Hardeman. - He leit nere in
1869, but has mauy fri uds and some
relatives in this county, who will be
grieved to know of bis death. 1
rev. T. J. stone. f
Died at his residence in Johnson
county, Texas, Jan. 2oth, 1891, Kev.
y. a rati .1
r. J. istoue, agea or years. . xao ue
ceased was born in Maury county in
. . 1 a fool If.. n ...1 . ,riVwnn
in the fall of 1877. and settled In
Johnson county, and was pastor of
the Presbyteriau church at Cleburne,
rexas. until stricken witn paralysis.
from which he never entirely recov
ered. He died as he had lived Iu tbe
full exercise of tbe failh of adevc
tea curistiau minister. k
On Thursday Feb. 6th, Mrs. J. Tim
Moore died at her residence near
Sawdust Valley: The remains were
buried last Friday at Mt. Nebo Ceme
tery. Funeral by Rev. R. G. Linn.
Deceased leaves a nusoana auu sev-
1, 1 1 . . . V.
erai small vuuureu iu uiuuru un
At Vlcksburg, Miss., on February
1st, Mr. Albert Got! died of coujes
tion. Deceased was raised in this
county and was a brother of Mrs. G.
A. Kinzer, or Sawdust V alley.
Judge Caleb E. Irvine, brother or
Rev. R. G. Irvine, or this city, died
Feb. 6th in Anaconda, Mont. Judge
Irvine was at the time ot his death
serving his second term as Probate
W. 8. HART.
Last monday noon W. 8. Hart, of
South Columbia; died at his home, of
typhoid pneumonia, after a week's
illntss aged 45 years. Deceased was
a carpenter by trade and employed
bv Frank It. Smith, lie leaves a
wire and several children to mourn
Funeral services took niace
Tuesday afternoon at 24 o'clock, con
ducted by Rev. A. P. McFerrin.
Interment at Rose Hill cemetery,
where the Masons and Royal Ar
canum conducted their services; of
which order deceased waft ft mem
bet la goal taaam.N
aarjfciiywsMWaMawii tmrnmrj jwnnstn mi m in '
Stock breeders will find it to their
interests to examine our live stock
department for the next three months.
They will learn there tbe where
abouts and service fees of all the best
studs and jacks in the bounty.
Miss Annie Voorhies, will , begin
her school at Elm wood, three mllei
north of Columbia, Monday, March
Mr. Sam Watkins has returned
from an extensive trip through the
wild West. He made the trip in
private convevance.
Look out for cheap insn potatoes
this season. Great uuautities are be-
imr planted.
Mrs. R. W. McLemore. Jr., has
returned to Sprimr Hill, after
lengthy stay at Nebletts Landing,
-Any lady or gentleman who wants
The Herald Free, can have it by
bringing us lour new suoscrio
ers. tf.
-The entertainment to have taken
placwsoou at Spring Hill, for the
benefit or the Episcopal church organ
fund, has been postponed uuiii arte
Elder J. M. Morton delivered his
farewell sermon at Shady Grove last
Sunday. He leaves with his family
in a few days lor Texas.
The public scnool at nmnions
opened last Monday under the charge
of Profs: A. C. Alleu and T. B. vu
liams. with 3d pupils in attendance
Ihev have enrolled thus lar over ou
pupils. We wish tbe school the
greatest success.
-Reports from over tne county
show that "la grippe" is still very
Prot. McConico was compelled to
close his school at Cathey's Creek on
account or la grippe.
Miss Carrie Beard, or CatheyV
Creek, lert this week to visit irleuds
iu Texas. -
George Delk was In the Sawdust
Valley neighborhood last Monday,
bu ving cattle and hoars.
We are head quarters for New
York fancy seed Irish potatoes.
febl3 tf - Cook ft Moore.
W. K. Johnson, of Sawdust Val
ley, has returned from a trip South,
where he vus selling mules.
This is the time of the year when
people living on dirt roads In tbe
countrv are Quarantined by mud
holes ana such like, ana epenu tue
time in abusing the road overseert-
and the laws, and wishing they lived
somewhere else. If tbey would spend
that time in writing to their repre
sentatives to let everything else
alone and make a good road law, th
time Would be well spent. "We have
too much politics and too little busi
ness these times.
Largest and best assorted sfok ot
Wail paper in the city.
feb 13, 2t Vesey ft Eds All.
Mrs. Alice Younger, oi Hanta v e
left -Tuesday or this week for Okla
homa. The recent heavy rain have
sunk the bottom of the couutry Iirt
roads to the bottom of the bottomless
Pit. . ...
2,000 hens and turkeys waniea
Cook i Moobe.
Last Friday night Mr. Chas. Brown
gave a card party and german com
plimentary to Misses Carrie aud Min
nie Robinson at the Liudeu House,
Pulaski, Te in. Over a hundred lith
ographed invitations were sent out
several being received here. Pro
gressive euchre was indulged in until
12 o'clock, in the parlors of the hotel,
general dauciug taking place in
the meauwbile in the dining-room.
The excellent Italian baud of Chas.
Pelleteri, of Nashville, was engaged
for the occasion. The german began
at 12 o'clock, over Bixteeu couples
pa ticipaliug. The prizes for the card
party and the favors for the german
were costly, unique auu preiry; tne
whole entertainment beiug of a most
enjoyable character. Tne following
attended rroin uoiamoia: iurs. iv
Holding, Mrs. A S James, Misses 31 B
McKlnuey, Minnie Holding, i Bessie
Newman,- oi ijouisvuie, ivy., inar-
lotte Witthorne, Kate Mcivinney,
Lelia Barr, Messrs. A. N. Dale, E. C.
Perry, E. A. Fuseh. F. li. Gamble, J
H. Alexander, r- rea .cvans anu i. n.
The card party giveu by Miss Min
nie Holding to her guest Miss Bessie
Newman ou Thursday night ol lait
week was one or the' prettiest aud
most enjoyable gatherings ot the sea
son. It was a lull dress arfair. Pro
gressive euchre was indulged iu, 16
couples taking part. Misses Maud
Mitchell and Mary Evans tied tor the
ladies head prize, Ayhich was .final
ly won by Miss Mitchell. The gen
tlemen's head prize was won by R. G.
Sparrow. Tbe foot honors went to
Miss Charlotte Whitthorue aud R. L.
McKlnuey. Light refreshments were
served after the game. The following
were present: Misses Bessie New
man, Charlotte Whltthorne, ! Mary
Evans, Bessie- Heudley, Mamie
Black, Maud Mitchell, Katie Joues,
Ida B AlcCord, Edwina James, Katie
Wilkes, Janie Trimble, Margaret B.
McKinney, Kate McKlnney, Minnie
Holding, Mrs. Robt; Pillow aud Mrs.
F.D.Lauder. Messrs. J. H. 'Alex
ander, Goe. W. Klllebrew, R. G. Spar
row. H. J. Fuscb. W. A. Dale, Jr.,
John Wooteu. E. A. ; Fuscb. iF.' R.
G amble, R. L. McCinney, f Fred
Evans, Sam Holding, E C. Pefry, A.
N. Dale, Meade Frierson, T. ,H.
Everett, j; P. McGaw, Jr., F, D. Lau
der and Judge P, M. Baboook. i
Dr. and Mrs. Robt. Pillow 'enter
tained the Married Ladies Social Club
last Tuesday night, at Progressive
Euchre. This had been announced
the last meeting of the seasod, and
was perhaps the largest that has ben
held and certainly one of the, most
enjoyable of the many pleasant
evenings the ladies have given. The
rises were won by Miss Maggie B.
IcKinney and Mr. A. N. Dale. -
The young ladies at the Athenaeum
will civtf a vocal and instrumental
concert in the study Hall of the
Aihonifiim to-night. The public is
invited. . (
Mr. Leon Vincent will give a course
of lectures in the Study Hall of the
Institute beginuing on February 12,
and continuing to and including the
17th. embracing the following sub-
lects: George Elliott. Hawthorne,
Shellev. Bvron and Irviug. Course
tickets 1, single tickets 25 cents.
Dr. Hedley's lecture at the Opera
Hon e last Weduesday night ou 111
"Suunv Side or Life"was repiete with
beautiful sentences, eloquent preacn-
insr. amusing illustrations, witn no a
aud then a little bit of sarcasm aud
ridicule thrown in. It was a lecture
one could take home, aud the more it
is thought over the more good it will
do. It was interesting throughout,
and no one imagined, until a glance
at the watch, that the Doctor had con
sumed an hour and a half. There
was a large audience preseut, and the
ladies of the Presbyterian church,
under whose auspices the lecture was
giveu, will realize some profit from
the evening. . :
The voung men of the Century
Club gave a german at tbe Club
rooms last Monday . night. The fol
lowing were pr-sent:
Misa Julia Fleming, E. A. Fnnch.
Miss Minnie Ho.uin r. J. H. AluxanUer.
Miss liesHie Newu.ua, J. M. Kriersou.
Misa Mary Evans, K. L. McKlnney.
Miss Kate Jones, O. W. Klllebrew.
Miss Kate McKlnney, K. K. Uamble.
MIhsC. Wuitihorne, T. H. Everett.
Miss Ida B. McCord, C. M. Gamble.
Miss M. B. McKrnney, Charles Brown.
Unwn: F W. Evaui and E. N. Oriffln
I'harwmn-n: Mrs. R. Holdlnit. Mrs. A. H,
I..- Mm. X. R. Wilkes. Mrs. W.'M
Maves. Miss Bessie Hendlcy and Meade
Oar Coupons Are Still Selling.
The Hkrald cannot devote too much
space to advertising itself, but we wish
toaay that our coupons are selling pa
nera for us every -day. Our old sub-
Lrihni ars renewing more promptly
than they ever did, aud we are adding
new names to our list raster tnan ever.
On. nrrnr of Tm UmiLO and (15 for $1
Is still open, , Tell thta to your neighbor
and laauoe aim to uDorD,
Continued from fourtTy page.
eluding St. Blaise, The Itl-Used, Fid-
ue-sticKs anu lorty-nve or the best
brood mares in America. It is under
stood that the syndicate has made
very large cash offer for the entire
stud, and it is now being considered
by the Belmont heirs. St. Blaise aud
The 111-Used are two Qf the most fa
mous sires in America, the star or the
iormer being espeaiaUy brilliant just
, estniug muies ior saie. zo
i. i ; , . -
mares. - .Price S7.50. H C. Jones
- Ibl3 tr
. Bay Pilot will make the present
season at oouin ida Park ; service tee
$25 by the Insurance. Bay Pilot has
a zkya uiarg ou a nan mile track, the
best record ever made in this State
on a half mile track. For further
particulars apply to Ed M. Sueegog.
J. W. Shelton sold a car-load of
mules v. last j Tuesday which, were
shippe! to Alabama. j
Mr. Hawea , ct East Tennessee is
here buying a car load or mules and
horses: j
R. P. Dodson bought last; Wednes
day or Pits Perry, or Bigbyvllle, a
fine Red Pilot stallion. j
Mr. Wm. Veuable. of; Western
Kentucky, is here to buv a combine
stallion. ,
In theadvertisingcolumns appear
tne card or Asnwojd stud, with Nut-
nill No. 4074, Detroit 8991. etc. Ash
wood Farm is new conducted by Mai
Will Polk and Mr. Lucius Ir wn.son
oiivia campbeii urowm
Polk & Brown, owners or Nuthill
otter a guaranteed purse or $300, for
roais or JNutuiII, foaled In 1892.' The
pu. se to be trotted for in-1894.
Ihirty Head of Yearlino
Mules: 14 mares. 14 to i!5 hands
high, good bone, head and ears-
game, suappy in hue Qx and re
markably smooth. Come and you
jau23-4t. Shelbyville, Ky.
W. T. Deau shipied a load of
mules to Alabama on) February 10th ;
tney were bought irom J . W.HUelton
Ben Cloud shipped two loads of
cattle to Winchester, Ky., bought
arouua tne country; botnioads were
toppy good stock; "
l nomas Bros, shipped a load of
stock to Louisville.
-J. H. Estes shipped a load of stock
aud p iultry to Montgomery. i
Floyd ft Delk shipped two; loads
of stock Co . northern aud soutberrfT
markets. , . I
Big prl e for a Wilkes o4t: The
nine mouths old colt, by Red Wilkes,
jam uousiarice, by Jilerslle Wilkes,
eeonJ dam, Kincora, by Manibrino
Patchen, was toll . last Monday by
W . C. r i ance ft Sou. of Lexington.
Ky.,to Boweu ft fctack, Vdrian, Mich.,
oi-tne long price oi fid.ooo. '
in the month or Janury, Col. E
. Collins sold six torses from Clover
Deli Stud farm, aggreitatiug a , price
j! $10,000.
Rotert Bonnet says Maud S
will be bred te coming reason for the
drst time, .oe will never be driven
against her record again. Sunol will
be given three trials next summer to
break the world's record of 2:084i. It
claimed by Marviu, herdriver, that
he cau trot a mile in 2:04, and a quar
ter of a mile in 29 seconds, a 1:56 gait.
Mr. Lucius Brown, soj or Mai.
Campbell Brown, of Spring Hilj has
formed a partnership with Maj.. Will
Polk, aud hereafter they wil run the
shwood Stock Farm. It is 'a.- good
rm aud a magnificent farm, Jaud wt
ish the combination a great buccees.
Mr. E. D. Looney, or this city, will
be united in marriage to Miss Lizzie
Aveut, iu Miuter City, Mississippi,
ext Weduesday, the 18th, 1 at
clock in the evening, iu the Meth
odist church. Cards or iuvilation are
out, announcing this important and
interesting event. Tlie bnaar coupie
will come at once to Columbia,, their
f.iture home. The grqom is a young
attorney at the Columbia bar, and
the youngest son of Col. A. M.
Mr. H. L Heudley, Mayor of our
ty, was married to Mrs. Lula Buch-
anau, m tne juetnoo si cnurcn ui
Ijawrenceuurg last weuuesaay aiier-
uoou at 3 o'clock, Rev. J. G. Boltou,
presiding elder, oflieiatiug. The bride
having been quite uuwell for some
time previous, the w e Idiug wis very
quiet and there were no aitenuanis,
though the church was tilled t i over
flowing with the frieuds of the con
tracting parties. The Mayor was ac
companied to Lwrciiceuurg by the
following relatives aua irienas:
Messrs. Ed, Cilllord and Claude ana
Misses Colista and Annie Hendley,
aud Messrs. A. N. Akiu, N. R. Wilkes,
W. H. Wilson aud Recorder .Erwin
aud wife, of Columbia; also by J..W.
S. Frierson aud Judge Leon Frierson,
f Mt. Pleasant. Shortly after the
ceremony tne marnea coupie wiwi
their friends boarded the train and
returned to Columbia to Mr. llend-
lev's home. The character of the
groom and the estimation in i which
he is held is evidenced more -power-rully
by the honorable office which l;e
holds than by any words of commen
dation which we could utter did we
give expression to our sentiments for
bim as a gentleman auu cmzeu. x u
bride is the daughter or Mrs. Bentiey,
who has long lived in our midst, She
is in every way a Jovely woman, and
our Mayor has secured great honor
for himself and ' his city in winning
Hare You Time to Make Fifteen Dol
lars. t .
TTere is the whole thing in a nut
shell: the truth, the whole trutu ana
nothing else but the truth.
To - everv new suoscnoer, anu 10
Averv old one who will pay up arrears
and rennw their subscription. Ana
Couimria Herald .will elve five
bonds, with coupons attached, wnicu
mn ha used in trade with the follow-
merchants! McKennon Bros ft
Auderson, Dobbins ft Ewing, Rains ft
Son, James Bros , and Oakes ft West.
Kacri ! these bouas is ior o, uu
hji 30 ten cent coupons attacnea:
each nnuDon is for teu cents, and for
rorv j. dollars worth of goods PUT
chaserl at either of the above named
houses, one of these coupons win oe
taken as ten cents in cash. If you
buy $5 worth or goods rrom either ot
thnuA houses, thev will accept 11 ve
coupons as 50 cents. If you buy. $10
worth, thev will lane teu cuuiwus
.Ltid !1 as full payment. If you pur
chase as much as $20 worth of goods
and pay the merchant $M, he will
cut oil twenty or tne nine wujpuub
strut rece.nt vour bill iu lull.
V.m ca.ii use these coupons one at a
time, or thirty at a time; if you buy
.mA Hollars worth of goods you use
ue coupon and save one dime; 11 you
mi v thirtv dollars worth of goods you
use thirty coupons and save three
You have rrom now until, January
1st 1892 in which to make, your pur
chase, and during the year 1891 you
can save $15 in this way, simply by
subscribing for The Columbia Her
a t.ii. which only costs you one dol
lar a year. The bouds cost you
vv have a copy-right ou this
scheme, and no other . paper. In th
coimfv has ever or can ever offer such
liberal inducements tor subscribers.
Don't shut vour ears to reason aud
stubbornly say "it cannot bo done,"
"there Is some catch iu it," etc The
nlaiu. stubborn Tact is just as we have
stated it. ir vou do not see how it
can be done, or how we can afford it
cull at The Herald olnce aud we
will make more explicit explanation,
and prove to you that we can do it.
I twill cost you nothing to come
aud investigate it, and you will make
lo for 1 if vou will try It.
Come at once before tbe offer Is
Iu addition to the above facts, we
will furnish you with the best county
newspaper in the folate,. All borne,
print, giving newaof.all kiuds social
religious and politieal Irom All over
the county, all ov r tbe . State, and
general news from everywhere, NOW
is the time to subscribe; the sooner
you subscribe the longer you will
have In which to use your bonds.
Yours truly, . -
CotXtfaU BebaU Co.
- - if.U i aW4
en im a.m urt ! rm ii
Ihe Dayliqht is the paper pub-
iisnea at rue nubile school in this
city. At the exercises last Friday
the following paper was read by WiJl
As all successful editors
Are foreordained to lie,
We deem that it is only just .
To send in our sunoi v:
And, like our brethren of the press,
Our nannr '11 be lh iliAtna
On which we'll sturl the credulous
vy ltlj airy-fairy dream. ,
lis of "Tne Daylight" here we'll tell
a uur irsuirut w m wit "
A true companion, that the Musoa
Will evermore find tit.
New subscribers aro increasing
'Ph ..... I l : i
-lii,? actual iist. no iOUK,
We liud it just impossible
To suDnlv the eairer throne.
Now Daylight" bouds bring 2 and 64
But larger aaoets with watered stocks
vnu w ii v i we 'Honor. r.oi.
At par tliey citnnot sell,
n sympathy to those we'd say:
Don't wield Klleii oiinirenr. miill
Tis cheery words of those you write
Tli.it briinr the d..l;ir-i,ilU.
Guard well the portals of thy press,
liei uo ruue "I'ranier" aare
ro enter iu with unkind note
Oil Illieil or fashion of our fair.
To plcasa the ladies we should strive,
Try make their lives a bliss,
And let thoin costume up themselves
as suns eacn prelty Alls ;
And let their silvery laugher ring,
Though "Prattler", tain would die.
And loving wjrds sound loud and long
- -is -i ran." asceuus on nign.
And to the Dads of ancient date:
Don't lay such rigid rules;
Just let 'em cuss t ho old are wise,
While all the young are fools.
And lastly, venture uot a word
Against that court-house old,
For if.y ju do the hayseed crowd
1 Will all begin to acold. ' '
They'll toll you It Is plenty good
For all the modern usjs,
And if you dare to contradict
They'll load you with abusoa.
So just own up, it is a uiasa
Of architectural beauty,
Which to replace by statelier hall
You ne'er should deem a duty.
And hint yon not to Soions wiae,
. Less pay for ofllce-holderr,
For they are legion here, you know,
And they'd cover you oe'r with bowl
'Twere best to tax the toiling few
To pay this favored lot:
As-now they are in they're hard, to oust,
r or Birougijr ooira ineir pot, '
I'll write you more some leisure time.
I now must take my flitrht
To. register lames jof a,thou&nd and
Actual new subscribers to "The Day-
', ugut. - F-
. , Harris Amputated Hands.- '
In the Herald of Feb. 6th. the Edi
tor, unintentionally no doubt, made er
rors as pertains to the facta of the phen
omenon connected with Mr. Harris and
his detached members, lie says "Mr.
Harris complained of his hands being
buried in a cramped oondition. and
that if they were taken up aud adjust) d
to normal position very likely it woulu
afford relief."
I was the person, and not Mr. Harris.
who made the above suggestion, and
my recollection is that 1 did so after he
had minutely described the aenxation
of his amputated hands. After all the
facts of the above phenomenon had
been related to aud by Mr. Harris, he
saia: "i aou't believe in any bucn."
Thus vou seo. Mr. Kditor. you will
have to tax to a greater degree the
over you exercise in framing opinions
before you can entirely solve the he
notnenon on the grounds of accident
and imagination. It seems from the
verbage of your piece that you place the
sensational feeling of amputated limbs
ujo.l tue ground oi imagination.
1 presume mere is not an auheu lien-
ted work on Physiology nor a practic
ing M. D. who lor a moment douots the
sensational feelings of detached . iiium-
ers or the physical body. Aim they ko
urther, assigning a physical causi
(though I tliinic a vague o. ej for said
sensations. The reading ot your piece
lso madthe imprei.siou oii'my ininu
that 'you .always (.f the surrounding 1
uircumstauces would -admit) sol.e -al.
wun your novor, railing anu ever ready
cause "accident and iinauuiittioiiM.
I amot the opinion that vou have fro
queutly noticed a dog howiing while a
hell was ringing, I have. Why dossil
do soT ' What makes' the wiuuow-paiie
rattle whon it thunders?
In accoustics we aro taught that a vi
brating tuning-fork, will start ar.o.hr
ot tho saiuo number or piioh souihu.ik.
Why so? I am inclined lo think thai
your Kitolligenoe would debar you
irom giving "accident" or "iiuHHiiia
tiou" either as thu im mediate cause for
the solution of tho foregoing phenom
ena, if you "had nothing to predicate
another on." '
I think tho dog and boll have unison
rords tuned to the Kami tentioii.
Hence when the boll begin to ring thu
same loiilioiiou cord in toe ui g cutiscs
him to howl; likewise with ihe other
phenomena. '
As I am so intimately connected witli
the detailed facts as delineated by Mr.
Harris, 1 beiug the one who drew from
his lips the cramped condition of those
detached members, suggested the pos
sibility of their beiug buried in a
cramped condition, and If thoy were
placed in a normal condition he might
experience roliof; those who aro so iu
credulous as not to believe that the
cramped condition of those severed
mom Dors bad something to do with the
sousational feelings ot Harris, places
rue in a very superstitious light .before
thinking and intelligent people.
Now friends, if' believing in the ro-
storal of cramped, amputated niomtHirs
to a normal condition la superstition,
then 1 am frank to confess to you that 1
am greatly tinctured with superstition.
Iu as much as I hold that there can
be no faith unless predicated upon tes
timony, it would be well for me to pro
duce the witness upon whom I rely for
the faith I have in the matter under con
sideration. But before examining tlie
witness 1 wish to remark that men are
diuerently constituted aa regards de
grees of testimony (as well as a great
manyotner tumgsj (to carry . convic
tions to their minds. One example will
suffice. 'Ten apostles could believe - by
seeing Christ that he had arisen irom
the dead, out there was-one aouuting
Thomas who had to have the testimony
of feeling by thrusting his . fingers Into
the. wounded hands , and aide of the
t maculate Jesus.
Mr witness and grounds for belief is
some of the contents of a scientific li
brary, the wrltinga, A.' Wilford Ball,
P. H. i. L. L; and hia coadjutors.
Two examples out of the many will
suffice, lit. Air. Htark, Sherilt of Pike
county. Mo., had a broken arm ampu
tated py ur. riariieit, ana tne uetacneu
member ntirieu, as is nsuai in uon
cases. Mr. mark poinpiatnea or great
pain In small linger or burled ' member.
Dr. Bartlett was vailed in and believing
that such suffering might be caused by
improper burial or the amputated mem
ber, took it up, straightened the finger
adjusted the member in a natural osi
tion andreburied it, when .Mr. Htarks
trouble was removed;
2nd. J. O. Kidridge, of Hm Francis jo,
California, says. "Fifteen yearn ago I
lost a log aud it was closely packed, iu
casket, causing constantly, terrible
pain. A goou wire umtnown to me sent
a faithf ul servant to arrange the ampu
tated limb comfortably in anew and
larger cannot, i ne moment tne ieg was
bandied 1 knew it, and the comfort be
gan then and has never eoased."
Therefore I think I had ample evi
deuce to produce faitli in me that par
ties baviug amputated limbs were in
some way mysteriously connected with
their detached parts, llence I sugges
ted to Mr. Harris the possibility oi nis
being relieved if his amputated hand
should be plaaed iu uatural aud com
fortable condition. 1 believe the lacts
in Mr. H. condition verities the posl
tlon that "there is a sympathetic feel
ing between amputated ninus anu me
person from whom they were taken
that has a velocity equal to or greater
than 6le:trioitv." Therefore 1 think
your theory "imagination and accideut"i
IS n IlllSIIOIJItT. 1V flbUI IA1 inn a7.. u-
there Is nothing In the world but mat
ter and motion. Dr. Ball tolls us there
is nothimr in the world bntlmbstance
and substance is divided into tnnOrlal
and immaterial ail balances.. ' Plalinnm,
iron, air, etc.? up to ordor are material,
ana magnetism, uraYimuuui auuuu,
heat, etc., np to life force, are immate
rial subctances. - All Immaterial sub
stances aro objective entities, and jusf
as indcstructablo as material substan
cos. Hence we lav down as our bnsis
Immaterial substances to- solve all
phenomena. J. K. P. Timmons,
Fife Store.
New opening of the Fire Store.
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe re
ceived from fires. These goods are
ouly slightly damaged by water, and
are sold at greatly reduced prices, ou
South-east bide of Public Square,
next door to lowier ft co's drug store,
Call and examine stock ami r.ces
No trouble to feiiow goods at the new,
opening of the ire btore. feH3l,
.; - . ' .
. , John Luttat . -v.
General Insurance Agent, "repretents
the following unexcelled companies
lO.wit: Cah..Cpl!.
N. Y. Underwriters Agency, $1,300,000
Orient . 1,000,000
American central ;..
Offlee with Will Buttle. West ger
enthBtmt. ... ; Julyuaiy.
Fishing Tackle.
Largest ptock fishing tackle ever
bionght to Columbia at -
feb 13 2t Jno W. Frierhon's.
' -Merchant aud Market (iarducrs.
. Please remember we are headquar
ters for Latidreth and Ferrv's seeds.
Stock now complete.
ot kains & Son.
Garden Seed."
Landreths ne.v garden ' seeds 1ut
received. Jno. W. Frikrkon.
feb 13, 21.
Belle .Mobile.
The best cigar in the market for the
price. The smoker's favorite.
E. W. Gamble Grocery Co.
Fire Store.
New ot'ening of the fire Store.
DryGuods, Clothing and Shoes re
ceived from lires. These goods are
inly slightly damaged by water, and
are sold at greatly reduced prices,
on South-east side of Public Square,
next door to Towler fc Co's drug
store. Cat! and exumiue Block and
prices. No trouble to show goods at
the new opeuiug of the Fire Store.
leblo tr
Florida Oranges.
Choice Florida "ranges, rpe sweet
and juicy ft win e sale and retail.
Field Seeds.
Timothy, clover, blue-grass, orch
ard grass, and red-top seeds for sale.
E. W. Gam n lk g hoc er y Co.
Buisl's Seeds.
Buist's premium garden seed lust
received. a
E. W. Gamhlk Grocery Co.
Fresh Ooods.
New buckwheat flour, xiaple syrup,
crauberries, macaroni, celery, rolled
avena. Hake hominy, and, ICoquefort
and New York cream cheese at
. f E. W. Gamhle Grocery Co.
Free Imce vs. BlTouac.
In edition or Columbia Hekau,
dated February Gth, under the caj
isi UVu. 1 .. rw. , 1H imu.rt M Iu a
communication that has brought sor
row and regret to the hearts oi several
or the denizens or this community. I
venture the assertion, without the
tear or sucef fful contradiction, that
it is the universal verdict of the best
iKjonle who will patronize the school
at this place, that said communica
tion sboald have. been relegated to
the waste basket. It seems to me
that tbe Editor's better judgement
bould have thus consigned it.
If Free Lance mutt have a personal
newspaer thrust at Bivouac, (which
we thi'ik is bad policy to sav the least
of it) let him tlo it to his heart's con
tent; but why. In the name of com
mon sense, good morals, education
aud religion, must there be lopped
into that thrust the name of a good
ittzen, nnd any thing that is calcu
lated to depreciate the interest in our
antic p tted schools?
T. h. Wiliiaius is personated in caul
piece as applying for position as as-
istant teacher lu said school, trea
ianco - also charges by saying:
From objections that came to me
ueru day rrom all futrtcrn, I soou
learned it would be a step In the
wroug direction aud uu injustice to
he community to employ mm" (i.
Williams.) italics mine, lift mo
implify the two charges.
First: Williams applied ior place
f assistant teacher.
Second: Williams accepted the
position against tne win ana cnoico
f the patrons of the s.-hool.
We, in behalf or T.-'H. Williams do
most positively deny tho foregoiDg
allegations and demand of Free Lance
tue proof to verify his charges. row
reader, the issue is clearly made out
wid we are ready aud willing at any
tlmu to hear the proof in the case.
That part of the communication oi
Free Lance's which refers to Prof.
Williams, reminds us forcibly of first
ei son hugging second one witn tne
eft arm around tlie neck, showering
superficial compliments and deceit
ful kisses Into tne lace or second
person, whiic tho right arm of first is
shooting the second under the fifth rib
with injections of Brown sequard s
hlcxir of Lite.
Prof. Williams lias frequently said
to me and others in my presence that
lie would not tinder any circumstances
accept a position us teacher in tlie
school if a majority of the patrona
did not want him ; and he has further
said if he was not given a position as
tea'dier in the school lie would work
for the upbuilding nnd success of it.
To-day I made the loiipwlng propo
sition to Free Lance, one of the
school-director's of the li0t.lt district.
namely; for him to select one man
and 1 would appoint another one; for
the two meu selected by us In con
junction to take tlie census of the
patrons oi. the school I' lalive to our
differences, and If those two men in
thoir report would ay that a majority
of f aid patrons was opposed to Wil
liam as teacher in nail school, he,
Williams, would step down from and
out of the Professor's Chair lu said
school. But F. L. decline 1; saying,
I'll have nothing more to do with
For the last few weens the prospec
tive Interest of our anticipated school,
which Is to begin its tirat term Mon
day the Wth day of February next, bas
been working in quiet anu riarmony;
but no doubt the communication
herein referred to will, for a short
time, create a few trifling riilles upon
its former quiet surface.
This is written without III win to
any one, and in order mat justice anu
truth may b meted out to all parties
herein concerned.
' . J. K. v. Timmons.
. Happy lInirH.
Wm. 'Timmons, Postmaster of Ihii
ville, Ind., writes j "Electric Bitters
has done more for me than all other
medicines combined, for that bil feel-.
Ing ariHlng from kidney and liver trou-
hie." John Liesiie, iarmer ami hiocki
man, of sauio place says: "Find Elcc
trie Bitters to be the best kidney and
liver medicine, made me feel like a
rew man." J. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town says: "Electric
Bitters isjust tneiningror a man wrio
is all ruh dowu and don't care wlieth
er he lives or dies; he found new
strength, good appetite and felt just
ike he had a new iphso on ine. oniy
0c. a bottle at W
P. Woldridge ft Co. 'a
rug store
mal't ly
Always Have a "Leader.'
The merchant who would secuie
and hold a large rutom should make
it a point to always have somo "Jead
er something he can recommend as
unusually good value for the money,
or. uuuKualiy desirable few some
reason. Customers may come to buy
the "leader," ou which the margin
profit is apt to be quite narrow, but a
good salesman cau usually succeed
iu 'broadening tbe horizon" of the
average purchaser, if he once gets
him iu liarid, and bus houeft goods
aud plenty of them In tunlcieut
variety. Leave some advertising to
be done after the customer enters the
, Itch, Mange and Scratches of every
kind, on human or animals, cured lu
.'50 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary
Lotion. This never fails. Sold by
1 tains and Sou. -febl3 3m
.-Mr. Eugene Everett who return
ed last week from a trip to Cuba and
Florida, brougiit borne some very
pretty scenes of these tropical places,
which he takes pleasure iu showing
to ids friends.
' t Something for Nothing.
For $1, paid in advauce, we will
-end Thk iltRALD to auy addresn in
Ibis county for one year, and GIVE
THE MONEY BACKat the expira
tion of tlie year, if ihe subscriber has
uot already saved MOItH than that
amouut b using tome of thecouons
tltat sctonipany. every receipt
and which cost nothing. In other
word if you pay' for The I Ik kali
you get the coupons free, and we are
so certain that you will uue enough of
monky rack, that if you do net, and
will prove it to us by bringing all
your coupons back at the end of the
year, we 111 refuud you your money
aud Tub Herald will have cost you

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