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M. KTTKH. .
l'msT The resToVfltlon ( gold and Mltcf
the buUol thpcuirtnoj;; jhqwunitlon
" ol tjiccio payments as pooh a pomiuk-
..m .lltmirr l.i tl.o Liuinrit of 1Uj country.
i?i.iV.llri.lncM in the
toooey oljlio clvjllied, )vorlil.
SECoXt l'reo coiumercc; notarlflforauy
otbr purpose but yyVcoutj.,
to sumptuary laws.
KouiiTil Thu right and duty of tin-
SUt to protett'lU cltiaenK' from extortion
and imut dlicrlmlnitlnn iTy chartrrud
FiriH'aHlKld rtrUtlou.ot the govern
mi'Ut, both titato ami National, to the legit
imate domain of political power by c.xdud
lng therefrom all ekeoutlvoiand-lcgtihiUvu
iuterjicdnUog wllli-.tlio 'aflaTri of Society.
wherobr munopollfS arofosteri'il, jirlvil
edged ilae ogerindled, and Itiillvldim
lrtPdom unnetcvtarlly and iimll(fly
rtttralntd . ? , )' y
WORSE THAN KENTUCKY.
BLOODY . WORK OF THE
PIS1JOL !SI TENNESSEE-3'
m rrrr-i T J
Dr. ItedlleldV letter, In tho.Ciuvlminii Uoin
mcrc'lal. NisimLLFf 'Ang.j'.Jl,;'187,lli 110
eccti6n'f tbV ci'vilizdd'Worlil, mipial
population, is,jn,urdcr so frequent ntt in
Tennessee, In China aml.lajinn, wliuro
we.ard Svotii(o ijndJrilti'(Jiiisne(4, the
laws are enforced better than in 'J'qnn
essco, and murdor is far less frequent.,
It is doubtful if Jloxiod itieff,- sup
posed to hu the most lawlciisof all coun
tries, can comparo with Tonncsseo iu
tbo, number, ot murders counnittod dur
ing tho past eight nioutliH. In the past
eight 'montUsi, m tho ootlntits ot itutn
eribrd, umuor and Gib.jon, there havi
been tbirty-iiinu murdc. What n re
cord is this 'or cfch't iiiontli.s in threo
counties tho nggremta pwHilatioa of
irWch''n" coinhinou, is le 'tliun ono-
oventh that of liniailtou county. Ohio
U murder sbould bo p'roportiondtoiy aa
ircijucub wiiii jpn, yuu wuuiu unvu imu;
in your county, sinco January, two
I can not (.'0 into the long, long
sickening list, but there was onu qom
initted iu IVousdalc cdunty,' n lew daya
ago, which is of suob particular iltro
city that I givo p, few ddails. Auy
man "who hair a wifo br sister, or uny
j man boni of woiiiau.iuigbt.say, who
can know the facts oi thol'iniirder with
out a chill of horror, docs' iiol desurve
tho name ofiuian. t
Julia Ilaydon was n bright, intelli
gent nnd rather handsome girl, from
noar Bpring HUljtturjunty, t Sliu
bad negro Tdood in her vcins'but not
moro than'Vric-fotirth. il that. i.Slio
wan a alavo.beforo tho wajrjilicr hui,
uy is as well, .ucuaved ana respectable
as any colored family in the .-tatc.
Julia early manifested a1 strong disp5t
bition to educatoi hoivclf, nnd for the
P" I M9 years has attended Jue A'dtral
oolored, school, iu this city,' under J'ro
ftissor Bradeu. '
'Tbej PSot'esso.'HpejUpjher in tJio
highest terms. She was ono of thu best
or lis fcliojars, and a devout t'lirjsian.
education, Bhe desired a positioij as
teacher of a colored .school. 1'roldssor
Uraden gotjwr a school , in Trousdale
county, attbecouuty.sc.it, Ilartsyillo,.
as be suppdsed, but it-tlirned out (tliat
the jichooi-.houso was located two ljiilcs
from lrartsvillu. Sho lu(t hero a)tout
thu lniddloloUthciiivonthi far' tho tiuld
of her labor.' She onened hur
immodialeiy, haying prgcured boanKktU
mo, uouo ot Henry l.pwo. u worthy
colored rrian, living upon" '(lie fario. ol
h, V, Lowe. '
TrenriiiRfa lightnatut ot'.clothes, rode
up to tno itowo oi lleiubry JiOwoj and
liauged lbiidly.ngaidht therdoot-; calling
3br "that teacher." llcmbry went to
... 1 .t..l i. ,1 ' " O
uuUi,hu.,litu wimi, uioy wahtcdi
i'liey replied : "We do not want to
Jiurtspu, ygolaJIpnyj want that
ieacher.'f The poor girl wob in- an
other room; and oPcoun-o badly frit-lit-ned.
8I10. pit ptp the room, and,
omanliter gof into bed' with I cm?
vould not let ,0 scoundrels in, and
V ' "ei; URK away against tho
w, juu mrea cuing to break it down
nno mioot. Tho testimony
i'- !", Wll WW for Mr.
Xowo, crying out "Jlissa Phik I
?'.T r1"1'' , T,,is lUnoU on" 0
Wo 1 a"d rf? Mjmiiltho other
W o had better get away from bore,"
mid ut the same ii, clr; i.
sir.,,,,,!,.,. V,'."" ,cu U'OOU
I1IUIJIULIIS. Ill .. ..1 I'l ,
.Ub wuv uL.r iM hucctS ,j,jjo
lllO dflfir fir l..r
scoundrel kncwiyUt ttojW done,
tor it piercing uuMvu-sune. iiuiuuuiw
fbllotml tna report pi tiiojj gun. w
jmre, Tihito'aouiwnte.M tiiemnuw
went to Ita maker, anil TIembry
Lowe ond 'bis. wif'Jrero. left lono with
the dead. . ,
Is tbcro a God of Justice in ltcavcnf
Is tbcro a bell deep onoueli and black
.ri.ough.for the murderera of this poor
uirl; one was as innocent or cvu as au
nniTid. mi tbu oulv solution we bave to
tbc crime is tlfoC tbrZats bad been made
that no "nicccr-soboor should ue
opened tbero. Tbeso tbreals bavc
ifcl.n t-.inti-1r..1.... uf llm fitlltO
auporiuleiidcntol liistriiolion, and is tno
only clue to tno luuruorcrs auu mai
t n vurtffninttnna. The L'OVOmor has
oflorcd toward of five thouaaud dollars
f,.r tho iiiurdeforH. Ifwould bo better
for Tennessee to spend nbundrcd tliou-
cind dollars' tban not to havo tneso
tlscounurois cnugm iwu , ! 6 1 "J
I . . .1 ...11 .nnh Hilt
tllCrO lB TCrVLillllU Jiruuuwimjr
ill be done;' Tbero aro hlty murders
thU stale (o wucro there is ond mur-
A L. 1
Tho MeniocracVOl llUuois
iiiicl tJio Eounda-;
dilbii for it in
VN. V. World, Alig. 2S.
Tho act of tho Illinois democrats in
sttlMug hands, with theNew Vork demo
crat on tho Altlca uuiturm ol lrne iraao,
hatd-uSaWiy.rifid' homa'tulu, Which over
lucntlMt tall Un determined, tho cryttall
iztlocrt)f n'attfui. u brbhably thy mot Im-
porlatit ovent In our pontics unco me
murder of l'roildent lilncoln cave over
tho aouthorn statotto a coilller revolution
than the war of tecenion, took the control
of tho retiubllcan uarty from its atatcimen
and fouuduri, and staked Its future hopes
upon a coilltlon of northern radicals and
. . . : ... .i .. L .
I'ori nncl ttiiuvei.
i-or, this unlon,oi me democracy oi inn
empire slates oi ine east sou west upon a
common platform, which, while it hold!
tho' allegiance, maintains tue principles
and inspires tho enthusiasm or every un-
nuautiod,atmocrat. alio latiiues tnoie,
who Uurfni: tho war period loft our ranks,
thKt thn rcinlu of the war uro no lontfer
oUaetged) MiillWewliosumw.p6ll men
of integrity, lulllgou'cd'Wnd.property to
the retcuo of tho eovernroent from tbo
hands of tho ipollors, and to that wiitr
political audjlioal; policy which our gi
Kantlo doLt"nccuisltat6i and our lulferini
'Induitrlss doinoud, Is no common ovent,
It it big with the future destinies of the
It settles UntUy and irrevocably what'
tho timidity of Governor Uendrlcki and
the Indiana democrats, the temporizing of
Honator Tburman nnd tbo Ohio democrats
had seomcd to put in doubt, to-wit. the
demoeraoy'qf democrats.. Jbike tno Utica
platform of tbo Now York democrats, the
tipringlleld plttform of the Illinois domo-erats'-pronounoes
a debiooraoy bold, and
Incisive. 'puro 'anU .simplo. Like that, it
eitaUtiUs tbo. organisation of the dotno
cratlo party not" by scattering and dis
banding its elements, but br excluding
foreign nemlcii (attracting homogenlous
onoa' and cryitallwlng them in1
to a purer
form with a cuttlm: udeo. Like that, it
doclarea tho wholo democrat'c doctrine of
frea trade, hard liionoy, homo rule. Like
that) "wltli uncornpr.imlilnc ilncerllr It
tula forth thu vital aUirmatlve nrinclolos
with ivhich It will moot tho llvinr issues
ofstntoand fedornt politics, and asks no'
favors and no votes of thoso who do not
KivK to these principles .their llrm nnd
"Wo deuiaiui hnocio "Kltt. 'J'heri'Mor-
isNiiienU; lur In tho atloudf iroldaudsil-
luiiKiugu of tbo su- ver un tho basis oftho
nreme court, before its eurroury: resimui-
bench was jiaukod to t ton ol specie pay-
royepo, ii rl'tituotn incati as soon as
(loclMon, 'nit'actuiak-pos-iblo with out
lng ;tr(imlsia to pay dlsaiiter to thu bus
pupcr dollars u legal incis uf thu country,
tender in lmyiurat of by Nte&Ully oppos
dubn iirt'Viously con- jug inllutlon, and by
traotcil, ii prohibited thu payment of tha
ly.AUv coustltutloti.' Diitioniii induhtod-
J ho coiuaL'o ' powor ness In tho money jit
oiifurrcil ution con- the civilized world."
Kress U au e.Mlklt dc-
umi ot uiu power to
curso the people with
lblo with coin. "
"The .houeit, pay-, t
uieiit of our ilolili ami"
sacred iirekocvutlou.or i
1. Uard wouey. jl he republican psrty
has recudeJ step by top from specie psy
mentr stesdily.Uuring .the,' adminutratlon
of l'reildont Or'ant.-Aa'o.$a5C,000,000 of
broken promises to pay, it has added
ft I.UuO.OOU since 18C0, president and con
gress tsking hurid(ifi hand that downward
path In the nlosing' hoars of-tho last ios
slou. Tho democracy of New York and
Illinois unite fur specie payments,
'1. Freo Trade. Tho republican party
has converted the cuiroinhouio machin
ery taxation juUi an autl-revonue ma
oLln'e for-' pre vftji ting thu txchsiige ot Am
erican lor foreign products and for plun
dering forty, tulllioiis.tif consumers for tbo
benefit of a few hundred favored produc
ers. Tho demooracy of New York and
llliuoiiitinlte for frcn'trado.
NKW VOHK. ILLINOIS.
"We ileiiiund roor . Jiecond. " K r o n
nuo ictrirni, 'to-wlt'conimoree : iioluiitl'
ilit our iJiKtoiu-houiio tor suy purpose but
reVuuues kllttll be pit rrventte. '
llu iuv Kim .tlterur
duties on .'1.000 article.
thatulie iisedlc-ii btir- j
an of a high protac-
tlve tarlll ,IiUiii .
lonxer bb' added tdtW! J
ueeetnary burdun ol
liuj puullg jdel't ; nui ,
Mnce tbe,poYyr,Kniit. ,
ud to uonroM In the
for general uen
only,11 we demuud!ii'
reeatio( Urill twblcb
shall tOi , enrlcjilnx
one section nt tho ex
pense of other section
-a fcwnniiool!ti ut
the oxpensy 01 1 llt'ti
people" ' ' - '
a, Homo Itula. .Tho republican party
his steadily enlarged tbo area and multU
Pllua.tba omex'ts ot nol tkal contml In tl
dupa'nirierits 6f g"tVorhmo'rlt, foderal, state
ui municipal. seup uy thu bayonet
... ..ui.iu. K"vurnor not cuoien by tho
v"' I', UrI,lln: .w 'k' tbo auton
omy of this metropolis; it- meJdlos'ln 111-
iiiuis witu tno :ooa or prlvalu c tlzsn
ihe.oomocraey fepfew york and Illinois
unite, br jndivl.Jual lilorty and bcuiu
NW TOHK'i f
Slll'l' III 1., ,1.1.
41 i.it. it
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tiintfint- upon Individ. iiwit ""'"I'lnsry
ual rliihu, uro Inimical
t public welUre,
,! We point tho couii. "'itiKid rtiirh.iin..
try to t he tr ed un.l nf ,i LhVi.. 'lflc,l9u
hl.torieul principle, of both f.t" u, ,
theolddeuioeracv. at,, t oual. i.. n... i'. '.V
(Kcahle throughout mate domain nt po,,
our national, state ana imcai poircr, oj r.i
UKmlclp&l life, which eluding thtreftom U
limit and localize most executive nnd UkIs
ealously .tho powrri lattve lntcrmeuuitDK
n trusted to rmblle ser
with the affairs
. , .monopolies are loi
ouil Individual tree
and opprcfslvcly le
strained.' Upon Ihli battU ground the conteit of
187G will assuredly be fought. Ohio and
Indiana thl fall m a little out of line,
fighting tho devil with fire, using Morton
ism to scotch republicanism In the Ohio
valley. Hut the untonor Illinois and New
Vork for freo trado, hard money and home
rule reeolvoi lbs pressnt political chaol at
tbo well into order, and flxoi IrrevocaMy
tho dividing line between the two great
political partial n doep dividing line ol
der than the republic, yet now at the nec
essities ot tho present tiour.
A STRANGE, COMVEIISATION
Whilo sittlnn tu tbopfiicoof the Na
tioual Temperance Publication House
tbo other attornoon, waiting for a friend
who wbb purchasing books in the store,
I irrnntlv nstnnisheu UV tllO 101IOW-
tnir pnnvpfHntlnn hctwecn the neent and
hia nMintant. The lormer uau a larpu
pllo of lotters, just received from all
parts of tho country, and tbo lady was
A mnt. Hid vou end tho Rev. T,
.Tnno hir National Curse?"
' Assistant. No; be writes that it is
.. ..,lK;nlv nlrninr. Ho wishes a
thousand "Cholera Conduclore" to die.'
tribufo anion; his conKregatiori. 11 o
nUa witita "Oin Toddv' for his Pah-
bath School, and Bays be does not think
much of 'Temperance in Sunday
Schools," but liken "Drunkenness and
Christian Love belter.
Agent. Well, let him have what hJ
ints. but Roml u " Word in Seasen" at
wants, but aonil u " Vord in
the same time.
Assist. I find we are out of "Sym
pathy for tho Drunkard," and have
more "Liquor hins" tnan we ougut to
Agent. i'es, and we must get rid
of them aa soon as possible, nnd also
the "Eflccla of Alcohol upon the Hu
uian svstcm. Here is a letter lrom
airs, smith, in which sue complains
that you have tent her the "Deacon and
his Dok" instead of "Our Young Min
later, ' and says also that sua does not
like "Uur Stumbling urotticr.
Assist. She is certainly very par
ticular; she wrote for "Somebody's
Bon," and I must bavo been careless in
Agent. Tbo llov. 11. Thompson
writes. "I have read tho 'Wile s Secret,
and. in conseuuenco. bavo civen one of
my deacons the 'Fatal Draught,' and
wish I had fifty moro 'Heady to ror
lsli. " Ho also says that "His 1'er
sonal Honor" was damaged iu transit,
and inski lor sonic more.
Ao0;.t Well, we have noueto Bparo
in the office ; I think the "Philosophy
of Drinking" would suit l.: i-iinr.
Acent. Dr. Lurowell says that he
believes tho "Wino Cup and thu Gal
lows' will convert more sinners in a
mouth than ho can with a year's preach
ine-: and as each of his congregation
has "Natural and Vested Hights."
be hopes they will each get "Ulod's
tin j), which he thinks would do them
Assist I think U he would recom
mend "Teuiporance and the JJible" to
uis church, it would be in a better
Auont I bavc. written him aud re-
commondod a "Ruin Fiend" for each
pew, they would just suit his cougre
Assist Miss bweot says she wants
the "Best Fellow in tho World," and
that she will let her sister bavc tbo
"Temperance Doctor." I wrote hor
that she should have moro "Self-Denial'
but she says she likes "Liberty and
Love bottor, and will take "Nobody a
Auent Tne lion. It. Harris says
thai un "HonostDootor" has uever been
seen in that part of tho country, and
does not know anything about "Who
Killed tbu "Man." Ho also sUtes that
tbo expressman lost "Little Liizie" on
the road, and wants "William and
Assist Tho llov. 1'. Jekius says he
found a "Mocking Geuius" in bis pul
pit and a "Blasted Tree" in each pew,
r.i' .v. . i ji- in.. i . i i . ..
anuj,tiiat uis peupiu uau mem uotter
tnan tho " Ux Sermon which lie gave
tnem the Sunday beloru.
Atient The Rev. Fiddle, D.D
sends 1,000 '"Freodmen or Slaves" to
put ono in each cell of tho penitentiary;
nu says, lurtuer, "l navo on nauu a
few 'Boseued Brands,' which 1 intend
hanging up iu the horse-cars to let
people know that my church is not
A88i8t.-JUid you Bend "iiinotny n
Teetotaler." to tho poor house?
Agent Yes: and now we will send
a "Shot at the Decautur" aud oloso for
Now, I knew my friend tho agent to
uo one ot the best tcmpereuco men in
the world, and also oue of thu most
energetio nnd successful of Sunday
school workers. I also know tho lady
assistant to be a thorough-going
tyiinstam and truo temperance girl, so
yon oan imagine my rolief whon I
touuu mat tney nau not gone raving
mau, out wero, simply uiimg orders tor
tracts, and that tho quoted words were
the names of thoso ordered, and that
instuad ot wishing and sending all
sorts of evil, thoy wero helping to
spread light and knowledge on the
great question of temperance.
Mr. Uyrus yf. yiold is at preitat in
Hun Krsnciico, and has been interviewed
with reference to his DroDosed trlrdla
aoouiine eartn, 'tne Keneral direction of
the line Is from nan Francisco to Yoke-
liama bv the southern rout, whanna twn
iiuii extena, wetiwara to Kurona an
throucb Siberia a'od the other around bv
tee way of the. East ladles, while a line
f.nn. A... ...II. f. ... .-. '. .
iiuiu nu.iraiii vu ime iue tatter at
HingSpore.jtThe distances by the south
ern are as follows : Krom Hsn Francisco
to Ilondulu, 3,aQQ miles; thence to Ocean
Island. 1.200 miles : from than am jt VriVn.
bama, 0.800 miles. Soma of tha aouml.
Ings bave alreadv bean taken, and as soon
as tbey are finished a company will be
formed, and the necessary enalllnv; legis
lation will be sought.'
GOLD AND SILVER.
SIXTEEN UUHDKED Miumurta
DUO OUT ON THE PACiriu
Krom the San Ktuiulsco Chronicle.
Notwllbitandinu tho expanded ideas if
California wealth that oiM aoroau apa
home, it will ihrprlie not a iow to ioru
that one.thlrd of all tne v,M ana stiver
colnod and uncoined iu ciiculatlou In the
world, and a half or that uisu in America,
Europe, and Australia, lias been the pro-
duotof tbo Pacific ooasl iroin icja to
1H7i Tin, nrw. nui metal prouuet oi tue
cosst, has nuarly equal.d a value ot l,-
ClW.0UU.000. the extaci unurm ujiiiB
si.ARa.uai.ui4. of which l.847,60y,oO
was guiu, auu yim, ioj,ii ii. uuk
for tho iminouio product poured into the
1 l. . ' .... inl .11..,. II. .
coffers of commerev,. It Is diltlcult to,lm-
agino how tho Could navo Deen carriou
ou, onoriocus as lis irieruu uoa ucuu
without a eorrejpoiiJiiig depreciation in
tiricm. or a vest oxnitniion of thoststuluol
credits and paper money. To thu Uhltod
HtalOl.in parilClllir, It nsn buiijjiiiw ueariy
9,000,000 01 all tue preciuua metais uiou
in coinage and the arts since tbo founds
uf tho governtnsnv The total amount
coined up to the end of 1873 was nearly
5860,000000, of which ; uu,uuu,uuu was
from California gold snu stiver, what
would have bSiU done without this, and
how commerce coull havo been oarriod
on with foreign nations, aro nuaslipni that
are tmnlini!. It seems, Indeed, that thu
general progress of not only tha l'aclfle
coast, but or the whole nation, would havo
been vnrjr aanslbly twtardud. Jiueland,
slnco84, su loaned alfrot inouianu uill
ion dollars o otuor uaiiaas, anil tins sno
las boon eneoieu 10 uo uy means of tbo
old and silver product ut America and
Australia maluiy tho former. At least
uvo inouianu minions oi tnu sum, bring
ing n yearly iDioreii oi two nunurtu nu
titty millions, has been derived from tho
l'aclDo coast. Nearly all that we have
sent eist, and $110,000,000 more,- has been
loaned some nan a uoaeu times. .Eng
land lends tcold obtained from the United
tilatw, In exchango lor goods to France.
Franco pays it imcK again rcr morchau.
dlse. Thuu it is borrowed by Uermany
ana by that nation paid back ror matiu
factum, when it is aaain loaned to Kui
sla, and so on, ily this system one dollar
In coin is sometimes made to psrtorio. the
work oi a uozen, ana hence it u that the
capitalists of England grow rich on the
handling ot the product or our lodes and
ui ino wuoie yieia uaniornia has pro
duced three-fourths, or Sfl.OOl.OlU.o'.IS
neatly all gold, with a small sprinkling of
silver, It is thought that theru exists
mammoth silver lodes iu various parti of
the stato, hut tbey all pale their Ineffect
ual tires before the wondrous ores of Ne
vada; Tbis state comes next, having pro
duced since 1860 upward of $221,404,112
in gold and silver, three-fourths having
oome out of the wonderful mines of the
Comitock. Tho ereater portion of this
has been silver, although in many mines
the cold forms at least ono-third of the
precious motels yield 1 iu tho asay,
Utah, though long known as a country
rich in the precious metals, has soly
lately been a producer of them. The
Territory has produced, $18,627,527, prin
cipally sliver, and is Incrouintr in produc
tlon at a great rate. In fact, Its reiourcei
in thil wav are simnlv Inexhaustible.
Montana first became known Iu 1872, and
for two or three years its placers gave
"",?' hut they have latoly ceased to
yield rnucu, -.i quaru raining is not
being pusnod with sufficient vigor to mako
amends ror the failure of tbo
platers. It has produced altogether
up to the present timo, 1119,00,147. Tho
same may be satd ot Idaho, which has
produced S57.249.107. Colorado, as
mining field, Is just about being developed
ana win mate tor men. nv ana bv. as
groat a name at Nevada or California. It
has produoed about $30,OUO,0u0. Oregon
ana wasningion navo a history very
similar to that of Idaho. Thoy have pro
duced $35,501,90. lintlih llolumbla has
added about 10,000,000 to the riches of the
eoast, ana Arizona a small sum; but that
territory is capable or being made to sup
port a larire minlnit population. Its Liuni?
named at preiont as a mining territory is
a sooraing misnomer, as U yield Is very
small, but it hu great and undeveloped
For tbe last seven years tho vield of the
precious metais on ton coast has been
increasing stoadlly, last year having In
croased about 14 per cent, being $80,287,-
iao against iu,.ju,u id ib72. This was
principally due to Nevada, tbe ncroaio
of which last yoar was uncrecedentadlv
great. Hut tbe yield of Idaho and Mon
tana has boeg for somo years 'decreasing,
uu acouuui oi meir niucers Doinir workd
um auu meir quartz louoi nol being suf
ran U. tU, who was lieutenant-governor
or a western state lad vear. was a mau of
eonsidorable eccontiicity of character, a
whole-souled, irood-hearted individual, but
decidedly odd in many asipeots. Noth
ing so much disturbed his euuanimitv aa
iur persons 10 eiuiun a curious ullposl.
lion, and attempt to know moro of his af.
.r . .
fairs than he chose to tell. Many years
ago JJr. 1'ell was about to erect a large
uuvai arouuu uou 01 01S lots In tna oltv.
and in order to save himself from tbo in
terrogatories which be knew would be
made by bis neighbors and naaaara.hv. ,
had a sign painted on wbitb he displayed
all the information in regard to tho fenco
which he fancied could doiiILIv ha ilitr,.,i
or demanded. Uu narrated nrecisolv tho
luiiumujc laoia I
ll : .
Who was the ownor of the land: wbv
u mutiu it ,u, nuw iiiucn luumer the
lance was to contain; where be bought It;
bow much a foot he uaid for It! thn mum.
tuy or naili he used; tho name of tho
ouiiuer, ana the exact amout of lanj to
be enclosed, tielf-satisfiod that h,l liail
answered all the questions that could be
askia, iir. fell was quite happy at tbo
idea that he bad freed himsslt entirely
from Impertinent Inquiries, fiutone nlirht,
or rather very early un a disagreeable
morning, Mr. l'oll was awakened from a
deep sleep by a loud knocking at the front
door. Tho call appeared to be so urgent
that Mr. l'ull thrust hit hsad out of the
window and demanded In no gentle
'what in is the rnator?'
Standini;. shiverlnc in bis only ir&r-
msnt, Mr. l'sll held tbe following collo
quy with the Intruder
noes Mr. l'eil Uvo barer
'Yes. "What do you want?'
'Mr. Duncan 0. roll?' i
Yes, Duncan 0. 1'sll?'
Ii it Mr. Pell who Is huildini; tho
leave uo xuar sireeu
r ,. . f"
Yes, yM. certainly. "What of 117'
'Woll. Mr. Duncan 0. fell, do you In-
tend to paint tbatfanoe.or will you white
The answer and tha window went down
together, and Mr. Fell went to bed, satis
fied that there was no eioapo from kcuu-
ine Yankee Inqutsltijf ntss.
KKMAltKAUbK rjtpSKNOK OF
Ilurrowi was an inveterate1 tobacco
chewer; but as bis wife detested tbe prac
tice, and made home empsstnous and
stormy for him when he indulged In the
practice there, he always chewed when
away durimr the day. and declared to his
wife that he had stopped permanently, I
bu ono evoaiDg, upon entering the '
stfd'dtsiwlntr out his astaWfchUf. ho
cldently pulled out paps; ortpbaog
and withiut.'notlolne it lettM.t Minfot
the floor. Whon.Butrows satdowuf
tea his wife walked In with the tob'accq ln
'.'Can you toll who. thatelopgi toff'1'
"With great presence of mind, ilurrowi
turned seowliuu to life oldest boy, and
said Vllh'a cntfdr Vuifco '. '
"immoral young min i is u iusiiuiu
that tbii Is yours, young rohrobato i
VVl.a.'.l ut lli.t nutv ntllll' ' .What
..J . . . ? I - : I . i. .....H.I..
d'you a)'ean'by:sucli conduct ConfossVo
mv'or "l!ll tear the JactfelprT of ydu.y
' An I at liAisnokis tha stern fatherimsdo
'a graspattfio bny and dragged blm font.
into llio entry, wuero uu cuuuiteu nun
with a csno. Then llutrows throw the
tobaeco.pvqr tho fonije, whereho wont ami
got It, n ine morning, anojinjoy en n-iiur-lni'thednv.
Merciful Moiesl" he exclaimed, ft he
toldusnbuilt It. "What-.liuuld-.lriihvii
uuiiu ii tit j viniwivii --- rt-- -
It inaLfii an old futhor's hciirt I'lnd wlion
bo tool that ho Uu boys bo can depend
upon In such euitrgoncied.
SUIT AGAINST AN K1HTOK.
A funay suit) hgalhst' all edlto hmlen
itlded iri tlufcifiAiit conrtiil Wuifko-
shaw. Iowa. Air. Fay. uroiniutor ol ll
La Hollo lloutr, at uconumuvyuc, nfougiii
an aeViOti, befoto;u Juittco to retuvr 5f.-
04. for meals nnd i.k'ars utnliuod A. u
Hareer. editor or the ucotiuitiowoc nines
llarcer lt up a counter cluiih of tltlO
for pufilOK' tho I.a Hull llousu. Judg
mont was rendered for thu pUlntill', and
liarger appealed tu a jury. Tho cam ox
altv'l much Inturest. liarger being well
likwl and bavin); a soliimn murmur ul
maklne very witty remark. Hu tettilled
that Kay .would sav.to hlmt '
liarger, 1'vo got n nico dinner to-dsy,
'Mo, thank von, I'm qoihi home
Kay would prevail on him tu ttay, and
alter dinner tho following colloquy would
, tUVhrvtlilW nil rU)tt'lh
flirt ii ?
N I It II R .
'Uolori alltrlglil'"J it
r.xcellflii.' i tl
'Ico eriiMtu all right'1
Delicious, Mr. l ay.'
Very well, reiiioint.ur this in your pa
per next week.'
In return lor dinner auu cigars, liar
ear savs hu tuld a itrent many lies, I fill
tonally.), worth more .than athManiVM4'iijt,-d or.Itiailed wlth rtellahlh'Drtils it lie
".would nuyJr Uv.i prisentiJ J;
bill fur Una had Fav not fal un out with
him and wanted pay for tho dinners.
lUrear pleaded his own cam, aod the
jury found a vordict tor him, whlcli
throw the costs upon the hotel-keeper
TllK.beautlful uccurs mot.eJ.Umimly
u vision :'but it i)c6ursalo in linfiuir,
through combination in word at .weiLiu
all muiicjfor songs and ryhthuia aru beau
tif ul. I.ikowlie, as wo proceed upward
in the scale of faculties frnm seoration.
W'e' find that habits ere" beautiful; ni well1
as actions aud acquired lacullioi and the
various forms of -knowledge, not to men
tion thu beauty of tho ylrluc. Itlliurit
I. .... I. Ui..L' ll... Si.nll
I, AUJIUIIl lUBIIIRIIUI UIIIJUI .Mill. .IIU.U,
it will, develop Itreir tin I the course of our
Investlgttion.Jt-Vldllnui'. 1 "
(Ion is spoken ot as a fsttlor. I hem H
only ono Idoa sweeter thatithnuuu derive.!
from this fatherly relation. ToU will !i(
tlce in tho Old Tostatneut that alniont
never is he one, word that Is sweeter limn
fl'thor broucht In' In this .ronnactlTo.
TbU fact murks tbo development of tb'e
raee, for had It not been much lower then,
tbey wonld havo thought of tho molher
and incorporated In their contention of
God somo idcaot motherbool. Tho want
of this olomont, ILellovo w tlrh cauio ot
tho creation of the Virgin -Mary
lleocher - - '
C. N. HUGHES,
l)Moi&&, over M$mlffihl'$
but, jlnt-chm Compnnitt
S nfforu ajJU orris & C mule
711 Ohio Levee, Oity National Hank
' BuiIdirip,'0Atii6, Ii.i.s
l'ie oldMt tfUhllthediAmncv in fiouthe
llllnol-i, representing' over
I'o the Kditorol Tint IIui.lktih:
r.HTKKMKI) Kill KNn: Villi w III nlii..u
form your readers that I have a positive
CUKE FOR CONSUMTTIOX
and all disorders ol the Throat uud I.iiiil'.
and that, hy it use In my liractlce. I lme
cUred hundreds of cases, ami will i-ie
or a can will not heuellt. Indueil. 1.0
triiim in.my luithj 1 will bond a, Ha.mi'i.i;.
fliKic, id any Hiilfiin-r addreslinj: ine.
v:it auun ,1111 IClli'r IU Uliy I
iiiuwwho Ii mtreilnt' IVoui the
ind oIiIIko, Kalihiiiiiy Vouri
1'ieato snow tint letter to any oue you limy
DR. T. F. BURT,
6U MUllHiu SI, Mnn Vm
FASHIONABLE - BARBER
ti .V r. ok
ilbth ijtreet, lietuwn Vlijni;ton
M. R. KUEHNE,
Tuuliig aud .repairing, id orgauA ijuntn
SildMelWlcDusiisiOJy ilouejjj j,
coun?Tii AWUWW J0Mm8
' " K 'fJAlRO,l
i. u. iiox t;cu.
WtlOl.ES A T.K
cWm'ioai.v i'atenl cclicniea,
V Toilett Articlos, 'DnurL'tsi's
Lead and Oilier tirades, Taints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower .Material, Tr be Color.'!, Dvu
j i . nt it, tii
HUius, jmc, J'.ie., r.K!.
V Hdllclt corrcfiiuudcncu anil nrders
n.uut of Uoods In our l.lne,a Stcauibont.
U .,.,,,,, vfciSfv c i p-ila iV- J?w U
umriiwiaiii. .-iiri aim
.1- 1 i:
-.1 j., .
A mnii Inti'hdlne; In iln liimlnesi inu.l
llit iircimro IniiiM-ir in ineei thn ro
(iilniuciits oriiN ciistiimor.s ; next he
inust let ci cry ioi,,l(! or iinilinhlc
cnstoiucrLiHnv that lie Ii; so pri'iurcd.
In a vi'iy small phm. Iumiiuj TKM.hII
llio licopli! lint he caiiilu. Iniiliirifi
lllhiKC it printed hnnilljlll, poster or
circular, properly di,l rlluilcil, ill lm
elllcaelous, hut WIIOKVKK IS IS A .
1'iiAci: uiuii: i:otHiii to sui.
I'OIM'A XIJWSI'AIM.n iVIM. riMi!
i n. i rr its tii i: ni i:a i'i:st m mi imi
TIIKOUOII VIII(!ITo AlHlltlXSTIII'
,iAK. WtfA s it. i
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Ilecliller and Wholesalu Oeuler in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
0'B-rOHIV IiKf KK
AND BETA IL
HUT M 1
IVi'fuiiM'i'y, Soups, Bninlies,
Fam-v (.oods, Collii-r Wlntu
lioui Jlnurilnti.. l'hilelaiia and General tloret
I'kinUtiiin, and Kainlly Medicine caes turn.
RETAIL & rUKSORIl'TlON,
Wushlngtim Ate. ror. nignth Si.
XE O .
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
"Wholes a lk (.rooeh,
And Dealer In
7ii Ohio I.itc', (.'.VlltO, ll.l.S
inenla jii J lining orders.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
into, no ouio Ijoitoo
- CAIRO ILLS.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
MUSE, LOOMIS &. CO
Tuli n gniit pleaMir ill aiiuoiiuvlui; t
they un-now piepareil to uj.ly eierlm iy
with lake Ice or tho very hct nualitv, cither
lit their hoii'ts or nt tho Morn Onler
jhruilil I. it-It in thu otllrr. No 00 vJhio
'ife. !, r,.Mi,,
v - '
' " '
AT U'll.fJO.Vrt lll.o(.'U
I OH rl.CO
EoW. Wood & Oo
llllil ItllKJH A ION UK
V I r L A DEL AH I A , JPENN.,
iiunTaliic, V.im's, AnlnmlH. Iron .Stalin,
r-iiiiinp'nrfih, Minnie nutng,
Wirv Wo 1 lift.
JABT. WR(ll!(iUT.'& WIltK RAILINGS
Concert iiuil Lecture llslla.
Ami, ', General Aitsortmnut of Orim
1 ' muiitul Iron Work,
tllmates and UchIxdh sentouip lid
I ii,' thu clsfs o work de biro v
ST. LOIJJS UNIVERSITY.
TUK I'OUTV-FIFTH A NUIJAL
HKUHlON of .Studies In tbu
AVIll bcln on
MOMMY, SmUMllKIt 7lli, 1H7I.
For I'rospeotus, ijl'vlni; tonus, Instruc
tions U paronts, &u &e,, apply to or
'. ,' ltkV..Jt)3. O. ZEALAND, S. J ,
' , l'rosldent.
St. I.ouU U'nlvorslty, Hi. Louis, Mo.
til. 7 27.d&w-lm