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' H. L. BSHEETZ,
' ' 3' USI05 STEEET, 33
.n;t: axi welt, stock of every-
' " WINtt IX THE Ul .-ICAL LINE.
Xlegaiit Pianos, Beantifal Organs,
xTlte Banjos, Gttitafs, Violins,
; Strings, etc., etc. '
Orlera re-:iri prompt attention. Sati
HARRY t. C.PHEET2,
e The T-k Hty" will ,UrUy don her
tflioliday nir ai..l one of tne ItaJin f..a
Rtnreevflhe dil will t an (irai'tii
ji-lfkk erf urw and tktaiit
t.-u'irsriac the rory lutert and most t:liM
,"VlBoys aud.iClnldrcn's Hats.
II Jtinc unite Ntirts,
t. i .-'imp. L nuerrmrta. Kriwera. J anry l
I CM. ' . - T . . a
. " V : t,'iwum, fin aud J.inen liana-
ri'liu-U, Glove, tie.
JESSE ELY, '
So,S Cherry it., opposite Maxwell IIou,tl
01 tt lam U et . "TV n ... n,rftv9
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SOFtrRHLEB EXCU5E FOR
with Unm who prefer it kcin the furmr eolur
do not cum ih hair: w ill not Main thekin;
diien.e! wish lW nnrcmit of Im i ptuii i;
for kptyiint Ibe !mr mil eoal nice and clian,
which will ve yu innr nioiiev than tbo
ryaratirvvnn vow. it an ciquiMto d.esjiii.
I imy perfumed: Speedily rstorei rrar hitir tn
ila f irmer rulur: rleannJ tbe had oCuildan
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irB. itehior. hmaor, ete pruuiulut c "lh,J4,ai(l jnu or tr
i iut uair. I'rer'-uii hp in ijuif.' a;.iittq venuvra ,
it olt. clofy. and l.eaul.ul, ..Still at vOrj.
i n-a"unutlc priev tif ,; Jt.,
50 Cents ajBottle.
ThebUle huld aa mni h at the dollar buttlrs
ut mLer kinrt. and tli qunlity ruarantved
iual. Give it a trial. Hud if it fnii to fatinly
you, be pure tj return it mid fv your money.
Kld in J'jWop br 1)L' 0 I. AS i CO..
and bv L. W. WlirLtkcV, IV..
In Milan. Tenn.. by W. II. Cle.r.
W. E.i:DANLE Y;
Xo. 34 Union Street,
flHE rhoiee't oi l Wine and L'qnr and
.. JL. th iuut vwFta'braudff 1sar and
Ui'cu ala in jto-k-
An inritatior i extended to all we5t Ten-,
r.wKw rll tli'i viiKicttuei'ii)', . ,
GDLcSMiTH, KLAW & CO.,
oys' Wear a Specialty.
. 90 Wt Third lrt,
STIX, KROUSE &..CI
SM ni;'.-.Manr.urer,.f fH W l
' Aud Wholesale liealrrs in
Cloths, Csssinirrrs and Tailors
i Ilaee etrert. I.efwcen Third and Fourth.
' ' MAXUFACrrilER OF
r Awnings, Tents, Tarpaulins. !
Waiqn ("overs fc.Jrlatlrises,
231 Second Street, MEMPHIS,
WOOD .CQFFINS and CASLETS,
And dealerr iu Undertaken' Timiuinec,
S'JJS K.arlli M, l.Ol ISVILL I K V.
UXiJuf CliAi 6si liLiiiill'.j
Matuifaeturen and Wh inl. Sealer, im I
MISSOI KI CIDER VINEGAR,
AUo r. itllerj of
issourir Champairne ---Cfder.!
De?ot 2000 & 2002 Pine St:.
- ST. LOUIS.-
Willard Hotel Lottery;
Thnrnlav. the lih of ulr rest.
Mace a full urawmt. it it beitevvd tnat thi
ebort delay will inevt the appmt al t,f all ticket f
rcuiaiadcref the tu Ve:.,
B'la-rii, and erentoete
tV-Willard Hotel with. tllit I S-";A OOA '
liiturw and Furtiilure. ( j
fue Keideire ifreeu frif t ?1S.( j P
hi KeTidewou tireen ftr e li.laai
Two Cavti friiea.carh S'l.uai lo.uel
Tr Ca-"h Priiee. eaeh 2.i"l 4 .( j
iv frim tea h t .t-..:...-.:..:..rr'S.Tiil !
t i-e i xth Pus., earn n
Fifty Cah Prixeaeai-h Sli)
t iRy 1 ah l'nreea. h ... ft.1"! : -fV W ; t ""k-T"-m T
"Df rmHi""iir ".uri i. i i ..... ..
4'i BoxtaOid Buarbon W biekey. SVi..
Pi lialieta t harnparne ?
Hi e llun.trrrt ( nsh rn,e eb e!i 5,if auu ivi.n;j jv nuiiimmj iu.l 1 rIM.Vlj, crJ,ur-i f.JLiL nem ill ft nvuitr i uua njuiw n'"B wiuiiuc iuc puuw mm
l'l S f'XrtnToauTrwhW I "EK, WINDOW FRAME f M AKTELS.' LVND 'Tbeli yoa Le the mVce from New you-that is, if you will - promise to
r,i.d .'r7ilvirw IIN York," said the stranger. "They stay here and help-me through the
AKOl'STISG TO :6950.00. C. !. i I,"" I 11 fT U ,r n ,wfite to faii but I suppose, the Iett- winter. The Thompsons are going to
. tb.i Tleketo. ss; tiuMa. M: nr. .' 4 M , j 1 M I V i ' I K t rbjed tan'., .It xt:$r a' para-1 stay, and old-Mrs. HaEowell, and
irr x tt.MI I rTT J L lL . 1 l 'fti.l. 1 $ l lJf.Mictrtlihe:oii!tlive aSi'-lioiirs.! "I-I am afraid I couldn't stay ."
,nr, was bur" ! said Essie Coring. . ;
YOLIBIE 8. : '
i jlitoajBaronne St., New Orleans.
THE LAItGEST AND MOST TOtTLAi: MUSIC HOUSE IX J HE
SOUTH. GENERAL AGEf OY. FOR THE CELEBRATED , .
- STEIN WAY, KNABE, .,VEBEKFISCHK1 l'LEYEL24i
(I'ARIS) PIANOS, AND THE" UNSURPASSED; C' -ORGANS
OF,, CIAH'OH At -WAR-KEN :
' AND PELOUBETf mT; 'u A'4"
DTTltrT Tioortstinn ofAll kind f Mtm'raL
iiaodii and Aiiintturi t very lowest uri-..
Off AK"GE BITTEBTs.
Y 5 jBE&RYr DEM6vILLE ' &, CO., , .
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1 illif , l.i ioar. liuBstiil Hoot. Licimefct. eto-
rr t (ri 1
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SfrTT . lll 'IlAwirtlnMoi're.t'ahdfelaM
L7riJlr i child in years.
-::"f ?f Jos. 21 23., South Market, icing. eail -with t!
fullv ask 'siiOPirivileKvt Biaking
v. '.. 'V.i'iir.iv;ui.:a
.Udajl iindsof WALTHAM and ..thir relcT.teo'l 'UtttttCAJt WATCHES. AU Hood.
Kirf t-ilap d Wji mHteii; J Represented. Prieea Cheaper than the Cheapest. ew and
Frefh tioIa ikug'u f Cn. ' Beaureiiad call at the right place. mar".3-ly
ft tXlixTKEETjlfE4U MABLEtJ 5A8IIfin.E, TE.W.
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tiif- M n adtMti m ' nf .-.ui tnir v n huianl In 1
X. J.1. ,1 ilVJJjj ilvU VJVJlv L , 1( j.'lfeirret to faf,'" spoke upMrs.
HAS rreiisrHtipn iiftd eitaraallv. which heeisYSit!!) eirri
Tetteide'fkiaftiv'i.lJecKii'pat EUife lJUHiips is aecreas-
SAL LT RHKCM'.ln fart, all Skin Pieaser.iaeo liul flom bt cauae r W lonVeteaeM l4.M4Um1.4j-4lUUan' L Una
uJ fB tlnMinBtft raiiif. I rap nroduee hundredK and hundreds oteertificate of curt, from
taQ't vI ray., ter n-apatn aner every oiner
it. for if't lails to euro you.lwiil refund you
L.J. . . - L
MIL Lilii UU.,
iiil i' lutililMvLE DEALERS IN
Fruits; ' Produce,
j - CONFECTIONERIES.
Shipperr Inl Dealers ia all kinds of Jorfflf Osa'Dffinti'cjFruits, Ber
ries and Vegetables.
81 tad 33 South JIarket St., NASHVILLE, TENN.
B.-'ouijnroent of Went Tennessee Fruit
- 5oI! if- tylWP.?.?- Maxwell House,
Ihoaeo-wbjaidsiiWj.iteatfreelf and areell fiw hNjYork HerJl Jj
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p" nO)r45trsoliteftfn Wr Ici.'on. and
vri that thi ' .
EVsothiag, Whips, Collars, Linen Lap Dusters, : ;:"
KEEPS FCUXK?Spf v ()!. , (1 'III
No. 7, South Market St.", Nash vilie, Tenn,.
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estimates and pluDsrce t Uu eentemplatinf
to the AFFLICTED
m kiimll nrl f rw 1 1 n W mil OOT 111 n ff. IT run Dtt
reineay naa lauea. 11 cou you noinivK 10 irj
ovary cent tou pay me- B. 11. l'A'JK.
Druririst. liiON. CoUeSt.. Nanhrille.
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NASZyiLLE TES1T,! ' ; : K-
tin iMrkt fiirure i?niratw to th MTPr. .
L !lVlM UJI .B. .
Engincs.Shaftincr. Pul-Lfitui shadow of
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-V SimA' TpXX., SATURDAY,- KAY 14, 1881.
' IX 31.4.1 BE 101R TIRX SEXT.
t ' ' i ... ' ' ' ' - - ,
0eonra palled an fcrnel man t
IIet i flow tht itw.y-i
Itiu !e out UrD neJt.J j-,
Faintin upjn thi great highway
- '' A f uffcri.ij aul dotk lrcr . ;
,,'flii Ha arch kii wonndaqitaschbis thirst,
Kor pasi U't idly by. .Vf' 4
God wrll hoi IjrooV th awiflexcnie.
"The thuaehtle Tain pretrxt;
A fellow mortal hlteti th dtift j
ft may tt your tora next. ;
Ta heard, ee dy. a tng!e word
.Craiiift'a peron'j nauiijj
- Oh, t"ear it not frm dor door
J E'To fnrtW hnrt i ame. AS S
1 Ttf yn"teiniiMl ) elaita U ii,
Mb'tieiiWr thed, tbl Wtf.-, "1
T k vjtii r turn nnrt
The world it bad enough. w own, J
And it may need muro lislit; ' .
Tet with true lere to all. may be,
1 'fieliiulieian!of Richt. I
Xfft hp tie rinful and the weak,
(. The soul by care perplexed,
' ' Well knowing that to drink the sail,
inib.jOttr turn next. . ,
t ; l , 1'TV h 1
"It's the same old pain in my sWe
SfTPi 1 f J-ss Mppper, saily.
yhe was sitting at the window .
where she" always sat and 'sewej-
ftirtfe-rotrped-Trp epotrwith a view of
tin rroof factoy , chimneys,, and
the neighbors' back yards. Just
aboye a tack.t)f brick flues one could
catch a solitary .glimpse of silver
doucia 'floating' icross j1 the 'I Itheal
blue and this waa Essie's sole dream
yed girl, witly J-ed-ed
'into a bet, and
' color iipou her cheek,
irfcely more than a
Life, however, be-
le, poorj-aod; lassie
earning her wn
lMng ever ' since she was twelve
"cuMve'be'iSf silting tcdBtc'auily,
cld," said ;tUc- Denll, her iicih-tieiT'P'ffere-
jump up, and run
jlr&und jt? thejtrimming store fur a
half dozen cards of buttons to match
this sample. Mrs. Peck told me to
get "flierobit you. ueed fine exercise
more than 1 do."
Before E i coUld get on her hat,
howevtiV Uie"doot opened, and 3rn.
Peck herself came in with a troubled
and preoccupied look. '
"Young women," she said, in Tier
hard, business like way of speaking,
"I --desire your attention for a few
L p.5b coraiug to cut ( down our
f wises tert 1 per5 1 Cent; 1 whispered,
"She's going to clap on an extra
hour to the day's work," murmereti
Jane Simpson, apprehensively, ,
necessary to dispense with one of my
hands. Miss Hooper, as the young
est, is the one whose dismissal I have
decided." . , i
Eealeliad (uraodUe'ry f&J
"Must I go," she faltered.
"I am sorry for it, my dear." said
LMrs. Peck, who was, upon the wholij,
'uotu bad-hearted woman; but I can
not afford to keep on so many girls,
and its always the custom to send
away the one who has been with you
the shortest period of time." j
She counted out the slender sum of
money which was due,to the girl, and
stood calmly by, while psslo ficl oa
her hat, took dowa her shawl, ani
mechanically bade the other girls,
adiefl. 1 1 t ) ?
It was an every-day affair with her
to dismiss a superfluous hand, and
ehe never stopped to think what
might possibly become of the poor fori
lorn young creature who was thus set
adrift on the world. ;
She had never troubled herself to
alffacy questions of her yp'tTugest
tiiatJEssie 'ijooper .iWa
and friendless in the WOfld, (
and friendless in the world, except for
go to Aunt J ocas
ts," said Essie to herself. "I have
tust monev enoucrh to tase me to
1J . ... - a . . ... . -mmM
Butternut Vale and Auut-Jocasta can
I the can do noth
But when she reached the old red
farra-li!u.e oir the edge , of the pine
thickets, she found it had Wen., rood
errized by the addition of a fine new
i veranda and rustic fences of twisted
cedar woriV and instead of Aunto
caster andr her knilting-w'rk at the
window, she saw the dimple . faces of
little ViiTdren," standing on tiptoe to
peep over the f sill.
'"W'here'is old Miss Hooper?" she
emarjtil. ip imarr. J3'l?n
who was training sweet peas upon a
,, HpopeIJfchoeds woman,
'Vith Vstart.WelI, only think of
that Don't yoO fknqw? She's 'been
'dead for three' mUrtikf H I U I i
poor Essie, feeling as if all the world
lcu nic jJruca iniiu, tii'jrc a
j j .v t i .l
rmtliine -Jell. . ilr husband moved
atilhis aouse 'hist month we -have
a three years' lease ' from &e land
lord," rather defiuitelr 'added the
young woman, as if she wished old
Jocnsta Hooper's niece to understand
that 8he,- -MnrMorn-Wirr was
co usurper, there. )
' "Yes: I onfJerstand L. tjriwW,"gaid
Essie feebly; ttbvA. 4. hav0 .come all
thtf -way frbmCrT .ycrk.-iand I am
Very Aired. ? iTighl. I stay ' here to-
"1AjiJ welcomesald!.1' Mills,
kindly. ..''We'wCs ! -hojuise-full of
-j boarders ; c f)rutnf'j;t morrotiv Mr.
Mills , is..T'umi!i5ated.".Tvith tl" 'doctor
ia Boston whcvTWcommenoTs nil his
ailing :patieiit3;IieTe; for the. pine
grove ind --iBouitfaia air, ' you
knowand there ifrtwo jemsg theo?
I bgians'fronv theminary.who have
migtfged Kpf- Kru, ana an eld
genuainai who is i iltl" about "trout.
So-we're 'likey t1)e full ', enough
bye-and-bye. " But , just' louight
we've i plenty of rown-;"1 r",";.
. Uut while. fj-s. Mills .was chatting
ftnd the chHdrei were making- merry
tuiauit ver thfetr toy,-nd the birds
werasingiug ?in . fthp r oqdg, Essie's
mind was busy with the ever-recurring
uefij'Kh1;111-1 10 do? liat
is goiug 'tq become of me ?" Aunt
Jocasta had not been much help to
her, but she was something to cling
to and now she was gone. i
"I might sell stencil-plates," she
thought, , dreamily,- to herself, "or
turn bookJ agent, or look: out for a
place in the woolen factories. , But I
am not very strong, and I am afraid
I have not courage and enterprise
enough to make mj living as a gen-
ttjel : peddleri . Oh,-dear oh, dear!
I don't See what I was put into this
world for," ti i ' ' I
; And a - quiet tear or two trickled
down her cheek and dropped noise
lessly into the bowl of hot water
wherewith she was assisting Mrs.
Mills to. ash the dishes."'
At strnsct.the young' farmer him
self came home a stalwart, hearty,
black-bearded specimen of humanity.
'"Yell, Polly," he said, as he ac- j
kno.wledged the introduction to Essie j
Hooper with a kindly nod, 1 "I've
engaged a first class cook for you a
woman that has 5 had lots of experi
ence in . Newport hotels, ar.d wants
to come up among the mountains for
change of air; but as for waitresses
aud chambermaids, there wasn't one
would consent to leave the city limits,
. .... . - . .
though I offered them as high as. two
dollars tier weefc.H,, : ' "
Mrs. Mill' blooming; . couotaauce
fell visibly..; aii I :
"Oh, Morris, what am I to do?1 she
cried, ii The chamber work. I might
manaeS myself; but Uhe : waitiugl
And with twelve ' people coming- to
night!" n ' t
At this Essie Hooper poke up:
1 -OjuWr do itr shcsaicLVutfullv.
"I am in 4necd of employment of
some kind. vv? 1 ' -.-!;
". "Your Cried Mrsf Mills! "But
you area. lady.".j ?,. " fviV '
"But 'why can't' I be a waitress,
too?" said. Essie.;,- j'l mustj do some
thing to earn my liting." C'i ! ,
; "You are t a df rling," ; taid Mrs.
Morris Mills, with a kiss. "Aud I
do believe Provideuce - has sent 'tou
here to help me out of my diletama.
Put' en that big apretC and i I'll show
you about the china-closets at once."
i 'I,i's!h,TJrd work, iut after all, ; as
Essie Confessed lei". herViol "' unpleas-
anf,'M Mis,EArre,' thfi Eostoii beauty
turnetf iip ,"her precTan,ri?oie atheri
and oU Mrs. Hallo' well 'was perpetu
ally .''finding, 'fault i, because : Essie
didn't .come quickly"eno6gh'at her
call4 TfhibvMr, Migg.?, fhe'yegetarian,
harangfled' he .oiij, the pfoper prepa
ratioe 6j salads, and" Mr$. Jefeam and
her anghtef'HreateJher'.as" if she
werejJiedost 'berteath ,thqir dainty,
rench-booted foe,t." The'first-class
cook whe- had '.'boTjn imported '. was
foimd tsenseleffl beneath the wash-tub,
with a black bottle clasped -tenderly
in hef af m3j 'fldf r31ifls tas com
pelled t pertorce jto tak her place,
while 'Es.ie, ' : rlsscfmeA ' tli'e duties of
chambermail-waitress." '! '
4VVUai a-rf aiarktttilo fpecim(;n of
the New England' "young person that
waitress-woman is!" si(i jMiss E;irle,
one day, with a giggle, to Mr. Gerald,
the ynang theologian, whom she had
incidental Iv discovered to b rich aud
. ,"Y'.es,7 said Mr. Gerald, ','1 think
she is" rather remarkable. 1
"Keads Hiawatha on the back
doorstep when the dishes are washed,?
said Miss Earle. i? "Has a collection
off rare dried ferns oh tKe . 'kitchen
dresser, ; and trimmed a. hat for Mrs.
Mills as if Madame Navarro h'trseif
had trimmed it. Are. all farmhouse,
waitresses, like this one?" . r,
"I dou't think they arc' said Mr;
Gerald. ; f , .-. .', ; 5 . !
Yhen the summer was over Mrs.
Mild' counidi up her 'gains 'gleefully.
"We've made a success of it, my
dear," said she to Etsie. 1 "And I'm
"You are notcij;!; back to dress
making?" said Mrs. MLlls. .
"No," 6aiJ E-;sieJa a h
H Ynil A
"Have you any other place in
: view?" urged the farmer's wife,
j "No that is, yes," confessed E
, sie. ,"To tell you the truth, I am
going to get married.
Well. I declare!" cried Mrs. Mills,
a sudden blaze of lift lit breaking in
upn her brain. "Not to old Mr.
"Of course not." ,
"Mr. Tepper, the lerk of the
"Do you think I would marry
him !" almost . indignantly retorted
Essie. . ... ,, , : ,
, "Then it js it mtie-t be 'Mr. Ger
ald?" ,, ;.. ... .. ,. '
Aad liiie could only hide her face
pu .her friend's ; shoulder, and shed, a
few; happy tears, ; . : . . '
."Bat, my dear, he's rich." said
Mrs. Mills- ' ,; . '! . -1
, ."Yes,. I know it," said Eseie.
i"And'he belongs toone.ef the
best families in the State.", t , t
, "Yes." '
"And Miss Earle,' has been laying
steady siege to his heart rver siuce
he came into the house," added Mrs.
"I'don'rknow any 'thing about
that," said Eie. ""I only know that
he loves me." . '
And so our courageous little hero
iue passed out of the world of trials
and troubles into woman's truest ele
mentthat of a beloved wife.
And Miss Earle thought it very
strange she believed that society
Was all upside down now-a-days. !
A man cannot give a better legacy
to the world than a well educated
Money is a bottomless sea in which
honor and conscience and truth may
be drowned. . . M
A suggestion to the pulpit: Les3
oratorical pyrotechnics and more head
and heart argument.
The moment a man begius to rise
above his fellows, he comes to be a
mark for their missiles.
If you can say nothing good ot any
one, say nothing at all; for in friend
ship, as in love, we are often happier
;n our lack of knowledge.
Don't let your heart bleed over the
poor heathen, while the poor Chris
tian at home is starving for kindness
or substantial aid.
A more glorious victory cannot be
gained over another man than this,
that when the injury began on .his
part, the kindness should begin on
Don't weary your eyes and excite
your own envy irrthurch by scanning
all your neighbors' dress, but give
your head and heart to the preaching
of God's gospel.
Good breeding is the result of much
good sense, some good nature, and a
litttle self denial for the sake of others,
with a view to obtain the some iudul
gence from others.
Don't expect to make up for a neg
lect and violation of the command
ments all the work by ostentatious
service! on Sunday. The Lord isn't
unsophisticated. He has had too
much experience with your ilk.
We desire to call attention to the
statement made by the Southern cor
respondent of the New York Tribune,
who is writing for that paper a t ketch
of (he. industries of the South. He
emphatically says : '
"The owners-and managers of
Southern mills and factories whom I
have met appear to me to be gentle-
men of high character; and they seem
to have an encouraging perception
of the truth that the prosperity and
moral Welfare of their laborers are
essential conditions of their own sue-,
cess as employers' iid atpitalisEs I
an inclined to think that they ' give
very close attentions truths; details of
business, and trust comparatively lit
tle to the judgment of . silbordinatss.
Of eour.se, if the tirue ever comes when
many foreigners are employed in
Southern mills, most of the condi
tions which. I have describud above
will be-chaugeJ. I Inpe it may.be
long before the present state of things
is greatly changed; Tor I think the
operatives in Southern mills are
among the ' happiest and most truly
prosperous laborers that I have any
where seen. The principal mills have
good school, connected with them
and nearly all children .of the opera
tives attend Sunday-schools. The
Methodist and Baptistchurchesappear
to be doing most the for the welfare
and guidance of the operatives, as
they are the principal churches fa
the South, but other religions bodies
are doing their part. The operative
do not appeal to be regarded as quite
so distinct or separate a class here it
in New England. They belong more
te the body f the people."
Tuesday evening two young men,
named Ilosser and Rollin, and hailing
froic Henderson county, came byAI.
Hilliard's and fired several shots at
his son, who wa at work in a field.
They, were followed, arrested and jail
i ed. and the next morning fiued fifty
i dollars each fur carrvins pistois. and
indicted by the grand-jury for an as-
sault. At this writing tney are in
tail, and we hear it is doubtful wheth-1
er tney win oe oaiiea out or nou xi
is a dear spree for the two youngsters.
Illinois hr-gs get trichinosis, Ohio
hogs get all the fat offices.
Motto of the conscientious man I
would rather be right than be left.
Restaurant keepers find that the
ice cream customer takes the cake.
Solomon was the first mau who
wanted to part the heir in the middle.
The difference between a duck and
a girl is thas one is dressed to kill and
the other is killed to dress.
Why does the new moon remind
one of a giddy girl? Because she is
too young to show much reflection.
Senator Conkling has foryears been
accustomed to speak of the late acting
president as Jiather-fraud B. Hayes, ,
"Hew shall we take the sense of
this meeting ?" asked the chairmau.
"Pass, around your hat if you want
our cent3," yelledjau unruly b-y.
"S-a a-y, father, I learned some
thing new- at school to-day." "What
was it?" "I learned to say 'yes sir,'
and 'no sir.' "Did you?" "y-a-a-s."
Josh Billings says that an enthusiast
is a roan who believes about four
times as much ns he cau prove, and
can prove about four times as much
as anybody believes. ' ;
"In what condition was the patri
ach Job at the end of his life?" asked
a Sun jay school teacher of a quiet
looking bojr at the foot of the class.
"Dead," calmly replied the boy.;
Florence "Oh, grandma, isli't it
terrible ? There is a Jive dandelion
in tbe back yard,",,.Oraudma "Ohj
gracious, how careless those circus
people are, What shall we do?" :
. The Boston Transcript's funny man
attended the Protestant, Episcopal
church once,4opeued the prayer book
and saw "collect" written so often
that he got up and left the church.
A Nevada girl's love letter. Dear
Jinim: It's all up. We ain't going
to get married. Ma says you're too
rough, and I gue-s she's right. . I'm
sorry but can't you go to Europe and
get filed down ?
A fashionable belle wants to know
what shade will be most preferred this
coming summer. Well, the shade of
a big elm will be very popular, but at
the seaside the shade of a big umbrel
la will be much sough', after.'
"It is a sad thing," said Mrs. Spil
kins to hnr husband, "for a man to
have his will coutested after he is
dead." "Contested after he is dead !"
cried Spilkins. "That is not half so
bad as to ha7e it contested after, he is
There is a place fir everything, fel
low citiaens, but there isn't a place
for every man. Remember that be
fore yeu start for Washington If
there is a place for every Ohio man,
it isjust about as much as there is.
What did Oliver Twist? What did
Charles 'Reade ? What was it Buhver
Lytton? What did Ivanhoe? What
was Wadorworth? What did Mrs.
Mulock? Where did Victor Hugo?
Vhere did Charles Lever ? What had
Mrs. Braddoii ?
A famous New York physician
observes : "You can double the
circulation by washing the fset in cold
water before going to bed at night
and after getting up in the morning."
This is a highly important discovery
for newspaper proprietors.
When you wanl the pure adultera
ted facts about America it is necessa
ry to read the papers published iu
the smaller cities of France. Here
is a literal translatiou of au editorial
in a Lyons paper: "The Congiess oj
the United States has been possession
of taken by .Monsieur Mahony, a gen
eral officer of belonging to Read-justing
in the State Virginia in the Old
Dominion. Ha the members hns
locked up dead (inorf). and will permit
the General Coirrpuerlin not to them
remove. ," The President has
for Monsieur Ruddlebegger
dispatched,' ' to , Monsieur Ma
luyny force away. Monsieur Ma
hony speaks he will to the termina
tion acrid out certain. Benhill is to the
capital. : "
Living Under lle Snow.
A young Bohemian couple Jiving
near GJencoe met with a peculia
experience during the last snow
storm. They were living in a little
shanty under the hill, which was cov
ered in a drift, nd the husband dug
his way out, and went over to ore
of the njighbora. , Another storm
coming up, he was unable to find his
way back, as nothing of the home
could be seen. It was three .days
before they could find the house, which
was finallv done by , sounding with
a pole. They dug through tbe- drift
and found the young wife as comfon
tabte f.s could be expected for a girl
just married and her husband gone,
A somewhat similar experience is
related of au adventure of Gus Dra
hose and Herman Kloko. of West
Point, during ths same storm. They
were driving anwind ia the drifts just
over the county line, and their hor
ses stepped plumb into, a chimney.
On proceeding to investigate they
found a hotfae under it and a faruiiy
living in it a.-5 snug as you please. They
j na(int sen daylight for a week, but
were makidgr the best of the situation.
Boston talks of undertaking a
world's fltir ia 1885"
, NUMBER. 10.
The coal of Diet TcnHes.ee is
worth metre than the cotton of Texas.
The Tennessee State Grange meets
at McMinnville on the 17th of Au
Humboldt has voted a school tax
again "by a large majority." The j
Argus says it is becomiug more pop-;
ular every year. ;
Gov. Hawkins appointed O. I .
Temple, of Knryc, Joseph R. Dillin,
6t Rutherford, and John Nail, of Hay
wood, Railroad Commi-wior.tr".
Miss Nanoy Line, who diet! rv, few
days ' ago . nt Green Iliil," W tlson
county, at the age of S3 years,' was
the , mother, grand -piother, , great-grand-mother,
.of 150 children. :
, The widow and daughter of Stone
wall Jackson have recently recovered j
jtidprufnt In a ' -Memphis court for)
$4,099 1?, this amount . btiug the!
interest-due etv4tie unpJi4"ffffrt of'
a legacy w hich wasbequeathed to j
them by the late W. H. Bolten.
A colored woman walking through f
an orchard in Giles county stumbled !
over an old fruit can. It was scaled, I
and she took it to Mr. William Bu
ford to have it opened, and the sum
of 52,000 in gold was found. The
money was. buried by Mr. Albeit
Buford during the war.
Bishop II; If. McTyeire and
daughter, Rev: Dr. J-,B. McEerriu
and daughter. Rev. Dr. A. W. Wil
son, Missionary Secretary,' and
daughter, Judge E. II. - East and j
wife, aud probably others, will sail
from New York July 6, on a Cunard
steamer, for Europe.- They will at
tend the Methodist Ecumenical Coun
cil, which meets in London Sept. 7.
The Fayetteville Express reports j
that the wheat has greatly improved j
in that county, and that, except in a i
very few localities, a fair crop may j
be expected. Corn is not all planted,
nor is cotton, but some ot both crops j
are up. Some ot the larmers are
plowing over their corn. Apples are
reported to be plentiful, and like
wise peaches, except in a few local'
The Nashville Banner reports that
Col. J. B. Killebrew has received a
handsome testimonial in the shape of
& package by express from England,
containing a full set of the works ot
Thomas Hughes, Eq., accompanied
by a note saying it was sent ns a slight
acknowledgement of his valuable ser
vices in aiding the colony of Rugby.
An autograph inscription was attach
ed to each volume with the compli
ments of the author. Rugby has
about 400 colouists, besides those set
tling near by. It is growing rapidly,
and has already become a fixed fact
with the most flattering prospects.
At the annual session of the Ten
nessee Historical Society at Nashville,
the American's report says quite an
interesting conversation took place in
relation to the public services of Wil
lie Blount, the war governor of Ten
nessee in 181215, .indjex-Gov.
Porter" was 'requestePprepare a
sketch of that . vigonw aMind intelli
gent gentleman, whose lyrvices pre
pared and insured the viry of Gen.
Jackson at the battle of New Orleans
on the 8th of January, 1815. The
sketch is to be filed in the achives of
the society for preservation. Any
information pertaining to ex-Gov.
Willie Blount will be thankfully re
ceived bv ex-Gov. Porter.
ExSenator Hamlin went to two
balls at Bun go week, lancing to
the end of the programme with great
nimbleness and enjoyment. , .
The Corinth (Miss.) Herald states
that Gen. Reuben Davis has rehabili
tated himself politically and taken
his place in the Democratic party.
Mr. James Gordon Bennett, it L
announced by the Whitehall Review,
is engaged to be married to the daugh
. e .1.. T:u J - !.-.. -.nl
ter of the Prine de Furatenhurg.
A Paris paper has published an obit-1
-ry of a fish which lately died in the
lake at Fontainbleau. It's name was
Fanny, and it is supposed to be nearly
400 hundred years old. It had been
fed by crumbs front the hands of a
number of kings.
Letter" paper ofa'Iflerent color for
everyday in the week is now in vogue
in the fashionable society of Paris.
For Monday pale green is the proper
thing, for Tuesday red, , Wednesday
demand.? dark gray, Thursday blue,
Friday white? Saturday"" straw color,
and Sunday a delicate mauve.
The detective camera is a new pho
togrsphic feat. It enables photographs
to betaken in the street, or anywhere
else, without the" person or persons
photographed being aware f tbe fact,
and is calculated to inspire a lively j
terror among that class of celebrities!
who object to having. their portraits, f
Externally it is made to look like a I
book or'small box. Several excellent
stiet scenes have been secured by
this device. . .
Five hundred er-tt land around
Yorktown have ,bcen purchased, by
the association committe-5 foimed to
celenrate the centennial anniversary
of Lord Cornwallis' surrender. Tbe
land will Ie beautifully laid off as a
parade and camp ground for the
French and American soldiers. The
new buildinjrs will be erected near the '
site of the x-illae. Virginia antic
ipating a lively celebration of the an-
niversary. , , , I
Dalls, .Texas, correspondence ff
the New' Orleans Democrat: The
State of Blaine's performing monkey.
Frye, Maine. ha3 nfne counties, While
Texas has 226 organized and 300 un
organized. It cannot be traveled over
by an eagle under a week, much less
by railroad builder. The task can
be appreciated bv the fact that either
of our counties of Tom Greene, Pecos
or El Paso contains more square miles
than the state represented bv Dawes,
the Eli Perkins of the senate.
The new English University, called
the Victoria University, with iu head
quarters at Manchester, has cided j
to create graduates "withott the I
smstliest tmcttire of Latin or Greek." j
In these words a member of the Uni-j
versity Court has- emphasized his de-i
sen prion of the innovation. t J he
graduates thus distinguished are .not,
however, ta be bachelors or masters
of art. They are to be bachelors,
1 umlers or ducto-ri ef science.
The droppings frc",
on a floor cm be r ;
coverinc the f not3 w
ash; leave this ea vX
iWoIved, which will l!
f.Kir to twctiiy -six hou:
the time the pairit hajil
give the floor a tholo'ug'
Fulaski, will, it is 2iJ,
stock company fr the
budding a' commodious h.
,w ' 1
ite Maxwell IIoum, I
For Men Boys' and Children. 1
Men's Furnishing Gooi
la Great t ariety.
milK udT!i-nd take pleaaur.'
JL in to the fublie tht he ha iS.
sale of the renowned and unequalled .-1.
PIANO, pronnunred b. th froatct artiu.i
be th. rere best initrom-nt rmnivm-tur.l, V
Ilia aeneral atok emrcine the e-ti-H-i.l !
KN4BK. KttAU.NtCH A ItAClI. W li K fc
OCR and J. A C. FIC1IER PIANOS, ia th.
larf-at in the aotithern eonatry. eoriijtij of I
Or.md. Square and t'priirht. in fWV. he
rlaimi the eadin maker Bl" Hi' KTTIi. i
NEW K.NtiLANOaad BAY STATU. Hvii
auperinr ed fan '.area and faeilitie enablaa bint
to offer indneementa. either fort'a.h InKnl-
mootj. whixh no eoniwtilnr In onr wet on en
aire. Sll KRT MUSIC and A LI. Mf SIC I
INSTRCMENTi in full atoek. twilXii I
alogue and Priee Liat. . ..
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nrH-lf Bole Proprietor.' j
Bingham Bros., s (
211, !t". 2lr Miiin Ft., eor. JeTeraon,
WM. COOPSIt. Portrait Tai-ter.
C- D. Hilliard. W. K. Freneh and I. W. rW
Jno. R.Wilbon and Z.T.Colyer. with
SIEDENBACH, & SCHWAB -0,
537 Breadwer, fitw Tarlc.
SCHWAB & CO.,
411 Jk 430 Jl. rifthSt. a.0nl.
COOK & RICE'S,, i
PILSENER EXPORT BEEB
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TO ALL POINTS
MORTH & EAST.
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R tI.TI.MORE & T5 ASIII(.TOX
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Tn ELVE HOURS QCIfKEtt TIME
, than any other route.
Areaent thronelt to all (.oinfa hy th
ninrlcer. ebeuper and with mure ewnalt tba
by any other.
'l atatii.na ean tm frtfl amJ
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loall iomt and will ro-ttra you rua ami
tnruah tiek-t. on m.lit-ulaav B-sr Iwrther
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Is the best equipped, snfut a.l rtt
plesasant hue, it Whig the great v
Central Short" Xin
He! ween the Nerthwe-t and ? o'nea.
oy inr ir. .aorreat amt m-t d put We."
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yini and hat Teanea-, . i wc ' "
made with all point. Pu'jw -.a. .-nr run
on au nint trama. Thr',ial ;r" lr""
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daily eonne -ti.m oa ail thraii irin. rf"
int.-s men and piruure Meter, ber .r '
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OTt better ammotion. an A
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