THE BUTLER HERALD.
W. N. BENNSi
■ A WSEfeLY DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER,DEVOTED TO INDUSTRY AND CIVILIZATION.
BUTLER, GEORGIA. TUESDAY, FEBRL'AUY* 25. 1870.
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A Story For Whom It May
“Stater/’ Haiti little Maggie El-
loti, one Sabbath evening, “what
did Our minister mean to-day by
naying that Christuin* Wee often
stumbling blocks in the way o!
sinners? Won't you eJqdaiu it
“He meant, I blip pose, that
Christians do so many inconsi—
i tent ati'l improper things, aud that
Two or thn
od in his
liieatt. Twice h-tV
And U'»se Jti i d to still lu r own
misgivings though she would not
acknowledge the error eveu to h- r-
The next, morning R »se was en
tertaining a couple of girl friends,
tied Harry had just joinel the. . ■
trio When one of the visitors s tid: j 81uU * waH
I whs a surgeon
army during the war, ami niim
1 «-«'vabur K I bad | inmvlwqdt(
twenty-seven or twenty-eight sol
diers in my hospital, who had been
woui.ded in the battle an 1 reqtiir-
“Olt, Rosa, have you heard that j
Nelly Carroll’S engagement is i
broken off? What ca:i the matter
he, I wood' r?”
“Mat'er enough/’ said H s-
“She has been fliriing oU'rageoUs
Sequent iuseriion 50 cents.
On* colnmn.oue your
Due column, six months....
Due column, three moitlis.
Half oolunn, one year
tlulf column, six months...
Hftlt'column, three months.
Quarter column, one year. .
Quarter colinuu.-dx months
Quarter column, three months
.. .,35 00
. . .20 00
art cles written tn u Ivor-of <>»■ ddeim
claims of aspirant* f.»r oilleu, 15 cm
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THE BUTLER HERALD.
W. N. BENNS.
TlIBnDW FJS1JKUARY 2ftU 11*79
B, DUB. Proprietor*
MACON, — — - GA.
TlilS HOUSE i< nbw provided with i v. r\
n-nc-Hsury convenience for tlieneooiwnoil I if ••
ut.d comfort of its p orous. Tin. ‘mention if
desirable aud conveait ul to the IntBiifess por-
tiou of the city.
Have the bust the market .’fl'iR Orni’i-
bas to aud'mm deuet free of chaise, bi--
gs-e hamlled tree or char ;»•.
Tl.e Bar is supplied with the best wit.e
EMFQED HOUSE I
Lately Thoroughly llcuovtited
NEW AND WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS
ADDF.D to tlm Hotel aud ready tor visifoi
Table ns good us any in the city Chaitg.
very moderate. Per sons visiting the cii
are solicited to give u.s a will.
E. (*. HAIFOKD, Ptfp’rv
ly all HUintU'r, and I don’t wonder tM * amputation some their leg-,,
and Some then arms.
idea of religion from seeing their Uy^y ,
incoimisten. ies,” said Rosa K ton, 1
even cor responded with
one man while she was engaged
thiielU.it uisti-r, looking ii|. lr„m lh H oth-r, a„<l«.|,.wed him u,
h> r honk
‘ Oh, yes; I see And so lie
allot tln-m “s’uinhlii g blocks’ he*
c.use th*y keep others out of tin*
right way. didn't In stalei?’ 1 asked
Maggie, alt* r thitikirig a moment.
Hose did not answer. A tionb-
h d look catiid over h r fade and
she was evidentiy deep in thought
1’resently, Magg e s| oke again:
“I hope 1 shall never he a
“stumbling block' to any one. It
would make mo feel ko badly,
wondn’t. it lio-e? I mean to be
real careful nntv, and just think
what. 1 say and do.’*
‘ But you are not a Clirtatain,
ate you Maggie? asked her cousin
H t ry. coming in Irorn the next
'• •oil! where he had heard the Con
VC # itinil
The little girl looke 1 at him.
halt a-touished, hall reproachful
Why! cntiMn Harry, of course
I'm a (/hristiau; isn’t, every utp
u Christ an who loves Jesus? Ma-
rutiiH m\ s so."
. “But you are not a church mem
ber, iMttggn replied the young
man* Maggie shank her head.
“N’oj not yet, cousin Harry! but
1 hope to he when 1 am a little
older* and nieauwhJ- 1 am tryi g
to follow Jestis w
Harry’s laughing glance grew
*« rious as he lo ked at her, “Nev
or tear little Ma-g e, you wiil nev
er he a “stumbling block,*’ as you
call it, iu any • tie's way to heuv
en," he said graV- ly.
“Oh, 1 hope pot, it would he so
dr awful/' said the child earnestly
Harry turned to Rose,
“Are you g- ing to church this
ev. ning, Hose? ’ he said; “for tl
you are 1 wm ucdonari any you."
“No; I think 1 tfoft t' go »o night,’
answered Hose. “The fact is, I'm
afraid it wilt rain, and I don’t
want to sp< i- my new i.ut.’’
f *vVeli tiioti,' wear your Other
one, that is just as preity as the
new one, I think, ami go,’’ urge i
Hairy. But Hose shook het head.
“Why, Harry, how absurd!"
j she exclaimed; “that is my old
NATIONAL HOTEL |summer hat, and every one in our
E. G. C RBSTT. Pro.
Ne.iblt Opposite Passenobh Dlpo
JfcCON , CI.OUG \ .
t@T Board per Day $2* OO
Single Meals 75 cents.
The undersigned announces to the
public that he is prepared to accom
modate them in the Lest of style at all
times. The table will be supplied
with tho best the country affords.
Booms, neat, airy and comfortable.
.Board $2.00 per day.
P. A. 8. MORRIS,
rehdtf* • Proprietor.
I her elegant presents ’’
Did she? well, 1 wouldn' 1
have believed that of Ne ly/' t»x-
u!a mod her gue-t m one b.ciitli,
hut at. that moment. Hurry inmr-
• opted the couvessation.
“Beggi-.g your pardon, Rose,
you aie altogether tirsiepn-s ting
the facts tn this Case," lie said
gravely. “1 happen to know, am!
1 told you recently, th it the young
man with whom Nelly Carroll ’cor
responded’ was her iiivadd colt-
to whom she wro e with rue k-ml | r ° htlmu,nto ll m while undmg di.g
intention of cheering his Ion* liuessl 1 ^ * <> 1 J “ r -• *ian.
at the wateiicure. As for the el
egarit presents, they were pressed !
lioweis foi a botanical cabinet she
i- making. N w ot^e filing more
Mr. Graves lias been obliged t-
AuiiniLtinn; Or.WordH of n Dy.jin riiv bthaif Inive follnWfil me
" B j • Hr ugli «!| thn danger, of battle;
A Tnb’E incident. | >'n.l nmv, id injr tlyirifr moments,
. ... 11 Bsk God to bie«H bint. Tiiat ie
‘H times m my life , , , ,
■ ]»ll. And now. doctor. I am ready,
mercy touched mv 1 .. 3
, 1 promise you I will not even groan
, , cniwr Tf you will not put mo under the
under dee,, convict,,,,. | i.fliten*. ofchb.rotorm
M| * promised; but, my friends, I
iiad not the courage to taken knife
ut off that hoy’s
It'g. I was obliged to g,j into the
ijf*xt room and take a stimulant
to nerve myself to do my duty.
Whi e I was cutting through
/he flesh Charley never groaned.
“.r’"!’ 8 .®:! 1,1,1 *>«n 1 took the saw to sepa-
rate the bon , he took the corner
»f the pillow in his mouth, and al!
1 could hear him utter was, “O,
Jesus!" “Blessed JenuM'’ “Lov-
ii g Je>us!' but lie never groaned.
I bati le l the leg to the stewart,
and tol l him to puic* two ward-
masters beside the bod, anything
Charb y wantod to g.v L * it to him;
>tnd if he ca led for me, no matter
what time of night,to let me know.
I passed through the hospital at
two o’clock that, night. Ci.arley
’.vas sleep!i g sweetly.
1’ive day- after he rent for me.
1 saw that h«- was gouig fast. Doc
ile said, “I am goiny
Among th«M» wa
" bo refoM d to have ?lie chloroform j
administer'd. When the stewart
loid him it was thed 'Ctor’sorders,
lie said: “Send tl.n do t- r to m
When I came up to his b dsi It*
lie took ray hum! in Ins, and look
ing ’tie in the f.tco, lie slid: “D-.-c
tor. I have a .Savioiti whom 1 11 ust
He l my stieubuit, aud he will
support me white you are taking
off my leg. ’
1 then asked h’rn if lie would
permit me to give h tn some bran
dy, as he had lost a large quanti
ty ot h ood,and required s« ioetiiiug
Again he looked me in tlv
i a druiiUar ij and
years old my mother k- elt by my
side ev .uy m ruing, with her arm
a . .1 .1 ) * n ,,lu n to in?
. , . 1‘^iMour, hot before I go I want to
. j thunk you for your kiudnesa to mo.
" ,eU ' V ^ ,rt ' IVoti have been vcrvktnd nnrl
West for six moutl.s, which' tfru,,ui * ,U J ‘Cln.rh-y
has de’layed his marriage some
what but In- ha* not t!»«- least idea
of breaking his engagement, and
I am quite sure Nelly is • qu »l'.y
ievofi d to him/’
Do<-e had flushed and paled by
ni ns as her cousin spoke, but she
c iUM-aled her annojauve and mor-
• ilicatioii sutli n ntly to make some
gay reply, and so bade farewell to
But when they were gone she
lam now praying to Je.*us
keep you from the ta te of s'roi g
drink.’ 1 am now more lhau
ni noted ti years old ami I do no
know the taste of wine or spirit
utius liquois. And now. a- 1 ;*.m
about to go home ta Jesus, would
you have uie go with brandy tfti
my htntnach, docto ?’’
The look that, buy g ve mt* 1
shall never forget. At that hour
1 hated Jc
not have taken up my jesting re
mark- in sncli a set toils manner,
m o' "
He looked steadily at. her “Jest
ing did you say, Hose? Is that
your idea of jest? I'm afraid Nel
ly Curt oil would scarcely agfee
“1 can tell you that Nelly would
say a great deal more about me it
sheC'uld. I ve hoard her talk
about the girls sin- knows, yes
and pretends to like best,’’ said
Harry smiled sadly. “That may
be, hut I may ns well c >uf» ss to
y«*u my cousin that I had judged
y u by a differ* nt standard, even
mi have been very kind, and now
l want you to stay and see me die.
\ ou are a J»-w, utid do not love
Jesit-; hut while you were cut
ting oil my leg 1 prayed to the
Lord to couvert your soul,"
0 how these Won Is went to my
i h-art: “Wlido you weie cutting
I »ff my leg I prayed to the Lord to
convert, your soul!’’ But l could
I not stay to see him die. I had
not. the c'itt uge to stand and see
a (/nristian buy die, rejoicing in
the love ot Je^us, whom I had been
. . , , , flight to hate. I ’eft him, and
l„,t 1 rH.pcct .l tti„| U | lni , ey (Utll .
! nv ii t'nyot s. ! about my Chrislian •
sohiic; hut lust y« nr, wnilo at a prayer.
in.»«tin ( ;, an old !»idy arose to testify
l'»r Jehu*; »it tin* close of her testimo
ny slit! Maid: “O 1 lm\e a soldiar in,
he,, vuti! lie was wounded at the battle
of (JeMvaburg, and a Jewish doctor
wanted to give him chlorof, rm while
he took off iiis leg. And uiy deur Char-
. . rp . « . • i . ley was a soldi;*r for Christ, lie beg-
. ho „.y cbiipluuiB I'll” * I too .loetor t 0 Iat Uiu. go to Chvist
all th- (.hmtiua boy.,. j wuhoa, ...y st i,.,ulaut». And thoohtp.
Taking the sohli- i's hand, tlie j lain wrote ino that my hoy piuvud to
chaplain asked: “Well, Charley, [God to eon vert the Jewish doctor,
how is it? ’ “1 atu all right, sir.
The doctor wanted to give me
chloroform. I deglm d that. Then
he wanted t<> give me brandy. I
declined; aud now I can go to Je
ms with my full senses."
“You may not die, Charby,’’
said the chaplain; “hut if you do,
j is there anything that lean do
turned «o Ha ry with ieul vexation ^°. v > aD< ^ ' v ^ en I wiw !iun 1
•ind sail; “Why, did you make j ar,< l trusting li a Saviour n» flu
me appear i*o utterly untruthful theic was something touch* ii
md unkmU? 8u ey, y<>u u e.d
tuy heart, and 1 iid what i had
never before done for any soldier,
I said: “Charley, do you want to
sec your cluiplaitj?'’ “0 ye-, n»r!’
he answered 1 .sent for clia; la u
li., and when he catno he fciri*
s I thought you judged yourse f. j ^ or !’ <,,r H * l, r y° u ,,ro S l,,,e
When I heard that 1 could not sit
•still. 1 took the lady's h ind in miuo,
soil said : “God bless you, my dear,
sister, your hoy’s prayer has been au*
swered. 1 am that Jewish doctor, and
the Lord 1ms converted me.”
The Aleitican hollar.
Wlmt is the difference between the
Mexican dollar and Tablet 's BucKeye
I'i.e Oialiiicnt? One does what it
promises ai d the other does'llt. The
ul.nroli knows it too. No, I would j "i'*** I camel Imv- been | Tak ng a a
nmcii rather stay at home.”
Uariy torn d a way, hut puus
ing at the door of the r>oiu, he
“Ate you not a church member,
•‘You know Tam,’’ wot the re
ply. Harry wh stled sigi.ili* antly,
and went out. Mrs, Kltdti,- com
ing in teu minutes later,= said in
a troubled tone:
“I do wish you could induce
Harry to go to church occasional
ly, Hose. I dare say he has gone
down to Ed. Mayhie’s now, and
the Maybieg are unprofitablecom-
c . , Mexican dollar savs,
„h11 ll.be frig umW ,| ml
wut- hi it ,r to see what difference 1 bin pillow, aud handing it to tin j invest it yo.i ti nd it is on'y eight -five,
religion lirnl .....If in ft*-, jbhaplain, Cm ley mml: “Hen 1 PHee"ml
and now at thd ri k df wounding! this Bible t<» in)’ mother, aud te l ; trip! it isf'uud to do so in every case,
yonr leelingn, 1' m mt ray [ have b-r 1 have never ml«a brayi.m | !. l i ^y t :» a b lrL 1 ’^Umn7hau t r.
u hitteily disappointed. As j for her every day, and asking God j IViec oU cents a bottle. For .-ale by
1 have never missed prayitc-
As ' for her every day, and asking God j i’ri<v ol)cents a bottle, i
n ng, ‘it i9' a Sail tiling to be aj the march, wherever I may be, li f’oclcct-lio'olc Lost.
Biumliling blnck'.’ but you have j have always remembered to i>ray W1H i„ the town of B„ ami Mr
been one to nie eVerv day.'’ for my mother.' 1 S.liudju.t ooneludetl soma purchason,
. .. , , „ I ,.i , .i • » I when lie made tiie startliiur discov-pr
Tears checked th- words R-.se j “Is there any thing e se nay j ||iaL , |jR p0 c;k« t -l ) ook was Tost, while
tried to utter, but fVre next day! boy?" j searchiiighis pockets ho found a buck-
whet) she hade Hurry “good bye" j “Yes. Write a letter to the |C '°* a,,< Ml 1 *’ l0,,tlmen ** mvimnt-
hhe whinper d humbly: “I thank ' superintend' ut of the fiands-street
you for your reproof, lihrry, and j Sunday »*ctn»ol, and tell linn that,
by God’s grace I will no longer [ the kind words and good advice
be a'stumbling block."—ChVistiau j he gave me I have never forgotten.
■ TV* iffW}’* prayer* ht has offered
ci-i<uok is lost, but thcio has been
somcihing discoved by Dr. Tablet-of
Nashville, of fur greater value. It is
the Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
will cure Piles in al! cases, whoi. used ,
according to directions. Trv it, PHcr ,
f»0 cents a bottle. For sale by Watker
«i‘ P’Hun, Be tier, (Ja,