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(L ' 'T. J. YOUNG, Editok.
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H MabMoription .Cfcn.te
One one year, in advance $1 S
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6 incJir $3 60 $i 60 ?12 26 ?18 7J
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Comho.nwiutu's ArrvC. U. Hrooks.
(TincutT Ci.kuk NV. 1'. miner.
MjutmrCommimioxkk J. J. Nwsbitt.
Courr Attoiihey Alex. Conner.
CaKTr O. S. Itiggcn.
Suaiurr T. W. Crouch.
Jajumi Jan. K. Maury.
AiwiaaoR George J nekton.
KB George GoodpaHter.
fe'CHuoi. Coum. W. H. Daugherty.
tiuKVKVOu J. 15. Spratt.
- fiWpWy L. H. MuUluro, H. 11 C.lgrove
" H.oUiver, H. William
U. William-, U. L. Coyle.
JMrtf II. A. Will, HarrNon Flooil.
H7.iV .tfupAur J. H. Collivcr, JaOIcCItiin
Haird, J tie. A. Dnitgliurty.
ri IVrf .IrflVntin Holt, I). W. Swartr..
OwlngsUHc I'olhte Court.
January 10th, 1S82.
OJtia, That Uii court will hereafter
hold term, for tins trial of common lav
the fourth Monday hi
mad equity case- on
th. mouth of M.rch,.!une,Septembor aii.l
iJfombtrin :tch venr. awl continue hi x
judicial Jays if the buineM shoiiitl re-
B. I). LACY,
Jx iVf of (). I'ijliee (iiirt.
B i . - '
1R. O. S. KASJf,
Oflitw t Jolin J.Swctiiam', iwar
Uath county. I'mmpt ttnlti.lH
Kirou to nil CMt. .'vlMf
Physician anil Surgeon,
jI"iuk;kll, n . s. uuiKiiiM.
AUtrncf awi hramUer and In-
Xajf l'Mit. tumiiCA Agtnl.
Attorneys At Lw,
Ott Ou ifain trrrt, orer GoodpakterV
Uuk, Jtf,tttnn nrthouM
J."rrC AT IETT
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
0rio: Firl tluur in J. M.
OfUtt ! prufciounl iirrrUun to tli pun-H
kki! Tioiuity, and can alttar be found ut
UU ut&e Hivnr d (itinturBl lunk
I ttt profiIouallT enKcd.
A. W. WALDUX,
Physician & Surgeon
ftfM Uii profcuiuiial t.r.rvu'cii to the
oltuD uf Owiuaville nnd turroundiiiK
roatry. Office near tbe rcldeiicr of
B. M. CONireit' OnluriTlllc, Ky.
OCIm ow J M Vemtt I iw ollic .
VAN. B. YOUNG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ,
BOOTS 8c SHOES
MADK TO OltliUn
Out of Ikht .Miilci'ial!
Wrk Juno wlim proiinmd nml warrnnlwl '
W glv tktiifni lion to tit,
I JMfrM4 a Mi oi priV iij
' rl Vtrf (carrny jrow iUrt tbmkrr. .
J. N. UYHO.V.
, IWil iS'lrttt, OuntVMi', A j
rfr r" Krvk ill boinr JA nuifTt "
BDt3C5lno. 1'iy nb.oliit.lr urc "
S rlk, Capital not rnjuirnl, iWdrr. "
If vou want biuinaii at which prron of
itorr tx, y i hi nc or nldMn iiiakv grvat (
ay all lb tlm lbT work, with
tUf frir parlimhr to II Mti.
i Kir A Cw , l'"i il i ' V mi"
: I Nothing Succe
TI no ONLY CASH ,w
; WATCHES, GLOCI
Latest Novelties in Ladies' f
and Plated W
J Spectacles am
0 I'rompt tind careful intention to
pniiinj,' neatly ilonc. Jligliost prico
for ttaliitrc of trade. Won't yoi
J UlfWJIUMIIBfW BWWtfgUIJI ICmil !
- A NEW" FIRM
IYctv Goods 3
Salt .Licit',, Ky.
MAZE & SHOUSE
Hnve fornictl n partnercbip for the ptirpoc
of carrying on a prneral nirrchandiHiiuj
liuiiiiH'SK at the above tunned place, nnd re
ppcctfiillv ak their frieuiU and the pii
end piililic to extend t' tliem a liberal
hare of patronage. They will keep a full
and fresh line of
Dry Goods, Notions,
HEADY MADE CLOTHING.
Boots and Shoes, Wood and Willow Ware,
Hardware, Queenswnre, and
Staple and Fancy Groceries
The stock will be found large nnd complete
in eerv npeut, while in priecH they
defy competition Make them a call at
the 'tore and he convinced. All kind of
Itought at tbe highest market price. C-22
W. T. JAU(MLEIITY
Books, Stationery, Periodicals,
NewH)apci, and many mircellaneous
iiiiihlnutly on hand. Sclioil books,
iT.iyonn, inkn, pens pencilf, Au., a
If yon w.mt tlie
Ilcvl t.'codf ?it I.ouo.st I'ricrH,
i i a rail. K.iler,
y and tin iftm m cirds iil,uisn on band
in tb( ir ceaxin in v.irielv. IKJyl
Money Saved is Money Made!
are money, keep your feet dry and preserve
your luiillh by lining
Reissiicr's Piiro Oil Blacking,
It is ill Nifteii and benntify the leather and
make it water proof ae ucll nx make ii
wear one-third If you luneconiH
on your fwt it will gieatly relieve if it
does dot cine them. Netliiug in it to injure
leather. Mr. the
Hirer, in mi old. o.x pel it need anil
hIioc uiak) r and iiuderKtandH the nature
of leather thoroughly. For further
information, nddroM or call on (iKOItOK
KFIHSINtiKK, Mt Sieiling, Kv. l'riee,
Itn eenlK a Imiv. Thin celebrated bliickiug
ii for sale I iy L, It. SIimmt, Oningriville.
Main Street, Owlnoaville, Ky.
It now o-en for tbe ticeommoilntion ol
ihe pnblie. Tlif in hituattd in the
lunatics jMiition of the town and liait the
liiiet KHiiiple iooiiih fur ctiinmereial
of any hotel in I'antein Kentucky
I(oil 00 perdav.
O I. Y.MIMA, KY.
In now ohii for llio reeeption if guestH.
(Jonimodioiis sample roomx for eoiinnercliil
Charges moderate, and the lible
upplied ith tin Usl (lit market iiflordH,
II. W. M. DKUMOTT.
If j on Want to WomI
Biy Four and Vandalia Lino,
U'.XIXUTOS, h'V. !
If oii are in lutd of
ICiMil'iii); or ii((crIiiK
liuw opt lied out a Tin Mioji
in Jnni street in Oniimsvilw, ami am
lu do every rl of work in my Iiim
in liorl imil. c nnd in i Miiif4i lory mini-
ir. 1 al-Hj pjiui tin roofn uhyuK'r (ban
Vw mo a Trial Job'
,j w wi'iiiuit
uiPWLna -aw. d,jivvM fww awfl ui i ui. t B-1
eels Like Success
,'KI.UY IIOtTSI3 IN TOWN.
(S AND DIAMONDS,
ind Gents' Jewelry, Solid Silvei
ire, Good Line of
1 Eye Glasses.
irlt,r. entrusted to me. Imiio vntcli repaid
for old o-old mid silver. 1 Hpeah
M. W. VOWELS.
C. W. PETEBS,
Pore Drugs nil Miies,
Varniilic. DycstnflH ttc, Choice
Toilet and Fnney articles,
' A Tine Line of Stationery
the hrttnds of Cigars and Tobacco
I in town. carefully
prepared at all hour, day or
Fire ! Fire ! Fire !
Ill tow Big MOW!
l'or a Fi.-e, Lightning nnd Tornado Policy
One and Ono Quarter cents.
in sound companies, nddre'.t
U. I). O'HHIKN,
.r)v48m2 108 S. Mill St., LoxiiiRton, Ky.
J. B. OOOLirASTKn. II. H. GOODI'ASTKU.
Traimact" a Kenrral liaiikiiig bnaineiv
FurniflifH if;ht tlraftn ood in any part of
thu I'nited SiBtec. Sineial
to ?oes made payable
nt this bunk on favoraolt
WA YNK tt KATTEKMAN, 1'rop'rs,
122, 124 nnd 126 West Front Street,
and 01, 93 and 05, Commerce Street,
Daily Auction and Private Sales.
Advanccis made on
TICKI'.TS AT HALF I'AKr. AT AM
TOIXT.STO TIIK MAMMOTH
Thin wonderful cave, having been
ilitcoveicil a (punter of a century,
I itini i oxpl'iietl by thoiibaudH of viaitors
and found to contuiii hard ware of every
dt'scriptiiin. Conking and Heating
.Sloven. Fiiiuitiiro and hotiKekcep
iny ijitoth, and indeed, samples of every
UM'ful ailulu iiianufactuicil in the
United .Stuttw. and
those hiteuiMnij mtitriinony, are
daily visiting litis grvnt place of resort
and carrying homo relics at priecH that
defy coiimctitinn in any shape. IW
pricew and further particiilurtf,call no
or apply to
STOP AT TlTIT
If .oil want MiiiiiiiniMlalliiiiN at
moderate piieis. Tin Imiise i now
repair, nnd Will mihii In- Muiid to
iiiiiiw in the i iiiiry. 'ihe t.iblu nlviix
"HI plii d lib i d In in il lln ciniu.
LAND FOR SALE.
I hme a firm for sale l iiiluiiilii',' lltil I
kens, iiie l.' on HIiiu'k ill i
I'biuiiiK uiinty, known as die I'lijuh
dmifaim.oii fthlih tbeielau buimI dwell I
lliif hoiiMj und out buibliutls. On .Mid ,
farm there i- plenty of failing water,
II i f I I, I i i i I jfi Mil l li.n I I
Und. 'Ih l.iinlwill sold in puiselk or ,
Uielln r. T'ir parti ul to
Marslml, lliih i nniy, Ky,
Jallliaiy .td, Ihtil.
A. STORY, Prop'r. '
Mt. Mri'ling, I. V.
Letter of; Acceptance
A.n j.llo Document,
Forcible Statement of Soum
Civil Service Doctrine.
His Views on the Laboring Man's Rights
Komi lVc'il uiitl t'lircf'ullj'.
Ai.itANY, N.4V... Aug. 18, 188-1.
The following is Gov. Grover Clove
land'rf letter of acceptance in nnswoi
to the committee who notified him o
hh nomination nt Chicago:
Qj:ntm:mi:n 1 have received youi
I coiunitinication, dated July 28, 1881
I informing me of my nomination to tin
oliiee of President of the United State
hy the National Democratic Convcn
tion lately at Chicago.
I accept the nomination with ti
grateful appreciation of the supreme
lienor confened and a solelnn setwc ol
the icsponsihility which, in its accept
mice, I awuinc. I have carefully considered
the platform adopted hy the
convention nnd cordially npprovu the
same. So plain a statement of Democratic
faitli and the principles upon
which that paity appeals to the BUffra
ges of the people needs no supplement
or explanation. It should ho remembered
that the nflice of President hi
cnscntially executive in its nattiic.
The lawH enacted hy (lie Legislative
Branch of the Government the Chief
Executive is hound faithfully to
And when the wisdom of the
political party which selects one of its
members as a nominee for that oliico
has outlined its policy and declared its
principles, it seems to me that nothing
in the character of the office or the nc
ccssities of the case require more from
the candidate accepting such
lion than the suggestion of certain
well known tmthao absolutely vital
to the safelyjtnd fea.nc oCtbe nation
tlml they can not tie too often recalled
or too seriously en'o cod.
We proudly call oura a government,
hy the people. It is not such when n
class is tolerated which arrogates to itself
the management of public affairs,
seeking to control the people instead
of representing them. Parties arc the
necessary outgrowth of our institutions,
but a government not by the people
when one party fastens its control
the country, and perpetuates its
power hy cajoling and betraying the
people, instead of serving them. A
government is not hy tho people when
a result which should iepreent the
intelligent will of free nnd thinking
men is, or can be, detirmiued by tho
shaiuelesH corruption of their. suffrages.
When an election to office shall be the
selection by tho votcri of one of their
number to aestiiiie for a time it public
trust instead of liio dedication to the
profession of politic; when tho holders
of the ballot, quickened by a sense of
duty, shall avenge truth betrayed and
pledges broken, and when the suH'rago
shall bu altogether free and
the full realijition jf a gov
eniincut by tho jyojile will bo at
A ONi: Ti:it.M I'lllalJlKXCY I'tuifasi:!).
And of tho menus to this end, not
one would, in my judgiuont, bo more
Hi'cctivo than an amendment to the
Constitution disqualifying tho
from ro election. When wo consider
the patronago of this great office,
tho allurements of jiower, tho temptation
to retain public plncoonco gained,
and more t linn nil, tho availability a
party finds in nu incumbent whom a
hordo of oliico holdorn, with a zeal
born of lHiiefils,reoeived and fostered
by tho hope of favors yet to come,
stand ready to aid with money and
liained jwilitical service, wo tviiognuo
in tho eligibility ol the President for
a iutit serintis danger to
that calm, deliberate mil intelligent
political action which most character
ie a by the people.
A true American sentiment
tho dignity of labor and (Inflict
that honors lies in houibt toil.
L'imteuled labor iiiiu olemout of ua
lioual prosperity. Ability to wink
oiibtitnlcrt the capital and thu wage
if labor, the income of a viut number
if our iMipulatioii; and thin interest
ihoiild bo ji.tluiuly protected. Our
iMiikiugmou u ro put linking
indulgence, but as intelligent and
naiily citiiceiis thi'V seek tho saiilu
iiiiuideiation which thono demand who ,
invo other intercut at stake, They
ihould ruceivii their full almru of the
aic and utloiilinii of tliioo who fiinLc
and execute the laws to tho end tha
wants and needs of tho employer nm
(ho employed shall alike ant
the prosperity of the couiiUy, the com
moil heritage of both, bo advanced
As related to this subject, while wc
should not diseourago the imniigratioi
J of those who como to acknowledge
to our Government and add
to our citizen population, yet ns r
mentis of protection to our workingmet
n different rule should prevnil concern
iug those who, if they conic, or nrc
brought to our land, do not intend t
become Americans, but will injuriously
conijKite with those justly entitled
to our field of labor. Inn Jotter
the nomination to tho office ol
j Governor, ncnrly two years ago, J
made the following statement, to whieli
I have steadily adhered:
TUB HICIMTH AND IltfriBB Ol'
! The laboring class constitute the
main part of our population. They
should be protected in their cHurls
peaceably to assert their rights when
i endangered by aggiegatcd capital,
and nil statutes on this subject should
recognffl tho care of the Slato for lion-.
est toil, nnd ho framed with a view of
improving the condition of thu work-!
ingman. A proper regard for the welfare
of the workiiigtifa'f! leifg Ittycpcr
ably connected with tho integrity of
our institutions, none of our cititfehs
urn more interested than they in
guarding against any corrupting inflti
enccs which seek to pervert the
purposes of our Government,
and none should be more watchful of
the artful machinations of those who
allure them to self inflicted injury.
"In a freo country the ciiitai.'mcnt
of the absolute rights of tho individual
should only be such as is to
the peace and good order of the com
nuiuity. The limit between tho proper
subjects of governmental control
and those which can be more fittingly
left to the moral sense and self imposed
restraint of the citizen should be
carefully kept in view. Thus laws
unnecessarily interfering with the habits
and customs of any f our 'people
which arc not offensive to the moral
sentiments of the civilized world, and
which are consistent with good citizenship
and the public welfare are unwise
"The commerce of a nation to a
great extent determines iU supremacy.
Cheap and easy transportation
should therefore he liberally fostered.
Within the limits of the Constitution,
the General Government should so
improvo and protect its natural water
ways as will enable the producers of
the country to reach a profitable mar
ins civu. si:ititvi(T. vibws.
The jicoplo pay the wages of the
public employes, and they are entitled
to the fair and honest work which tho
money thus used should command. 1
believe that the temper of the people
is such that they are prepared to sup-ort
tho party which cives the liest l
promise of administering the govern
incut in the honest, simple and plain
manner, consistent with its character
and purpose. Tho statesmanship they
require is and frugality; a
prompt leu.ioiisd to tho needs
of tho people as they arise, and
a vigilant protection of nil their varied
interests. If I should ho called to the
Chief Magistracy ol tho nation by tho
iiillragea of my fellow-citizens, I will
assume the duties of that high otiicu
with a solemn dctorminttlloii to dedi
fate every ellbrt to the country's good,
and with an humble reliance upjii thu
favor and support of the Hiipfeiuu Doing,
who I Iwlievo will always blew
honest en leaver in the cuii'civutlous
disoharge of public dutri
To Col. Wm. I' Vitus, chnirman,
ami D. P. Hclson and others members
of the notification "eoiuiuitteo of the
Democratic National Cunvoittkii.
"Chicago i- a gnat city," remarked
one t raveling man to another as tliwy
got oil' the train in that town.
"Yes, its a big town. Did you ever
see I belli raising hoiic and building
tho first story last?"
"iN'o, do they do that?'
"Vo; why some time ngo 'hoy
inised the whole Troiiinut lltituo with
four thousand jiuiki.",
"Thunder, it didn't tako that many
did it? I aw a fellow down in Ciu
eiiiiiatl about a week no, pi into one
of thu bigml iwliiblihinuiiU then-,
and rnlso tho whole house with two
jacks. Prettiest gaum of hi nil' I ever
Tho utluir man gave Cincinnati tho
t A Ycnlniil l-Voni tho Mountains.
"Talking of greenhorns'" fluid at
old conductor to iiic rffreiitly, 'Mt'.t ii
the older Slates one see the greenes
of them. Fifteen years ago I was run
ning a pii'sengcr train down in Ivef
tucky. One morning when the trait
" drew up at a little station a chap ii
copperdyed bieeches, blue jeans coai
mid vest, and a wool list!
mo as I stepped to the
j "Is you the cleik of this kyar?"
"I'm the conductor what do vol
. want?" I answered him.
"I want to go to Louisville on thii
! "Well, got aboard," I told him. lit
climbed the steps nnd knocked on tin
door. When he rnnped the second
time somo wng insido called out:
'Come in!' There were nt least forty
passengers in the coach. lie began at
the front seat, shaking hands with
every one clear to tho back end, nnd
asking each: 'How do you do?' and
then 'How's your folks?' Of course it
was a legular circus for the other
He lived thirty miles back
1 in thu mountains and had never been
on a train buforc. When ho Mopped
off" the car at Louisville 1 felt sorry for
him." Chicago Inter Ocean.
A Kith Storr.
I rcMlembcr once, myself fishing i.i
the eddying waters of the
about four miles alxivo Burlinton,
striking n Catfish. I was using a
lance-wood rod and set reel, and the
fish ran out nhottl twenty-five yards of
lino, then turning suddenly made
straight for me as I stood in the water.
I struck at it with the rod, which
broke of in my hand. The infuriated
fish chased mo ashore, ran me through
a lumber yaid, pursued me ncross a
wide stubble field, and fomo distance
into the woods, when, being unarmed,
I climbed a htrgo cotto'iwood tree.
The relentless fish followed me up the
tree, where it was shot by somo bun
tors just ns it was "coming" out upon
jt big Jimb to got ut me. it toll to thu
ground dead, shot through tho heart.
It was nine inches long and weighed a
pound and a half with its clothes on.
Which by interprjtation is dressed.
The lllshop or Atlanta.
A good story is told of the Bishop
of Atlanta, Ga. He recently address
ed a large nsrcmbly of Sunday school
children, ami wound up by asking in
a very paternal and condescending
way: "And now is there any lit tit
boy or any little gitl who would like to
ask me a question?" After a pause la-repeated
tho question: "Is there any
little boy or any little girl who would
like to asic me a question?" A little
shrill voice called out: "Pleac sir,
why did the angeU walk up and down
Jacob's ladder when th'V had wings?"
"Oh, ah, I see," said the bishop, "and
now is there any little lmy or any lit
tie girl who would like to answer little
An old time magistrate iu Georgia
once delivered the following decision
inthccitsoof an industrious settle)
who wa sued for a small sum: "Tin
defendant in the case is a hard-work
iug man. Ho settled in thu woods
und cleared up a big new ground and
is now opening another big clearing. I
don't think that he is able to pay the
debt at this time, and tho other man
apxais to be in goml circumstances
and can afford to wait awhile hmgr.
I Can not, then-fore, give judgement
agaltmt the defendant."
Thfy wc.tii in tho moonlight, and
the solemn witchery of the hour had
touched him hut hadli't quite reached
"My dear Mm Annie,'' ho gtirgled,
do yott know that I love you butter
than anything el.-n on oaith?"
"Volt have told l.'ic so, Mr. Soft
head," she auaweuid iu a tone ofdoiiht.
"And do 3 nil believe iiieY
"Well, I upKK I'll hnfP to They
ty children ami fools tell (he tiutli,
ami von are no child, Mr. .Siftheml."
A cloud irtMcd thu Moult and
tho young man oonpetl iu the datk
It u aaiit that ten in In it U nflei
biting a diulo thu Uiuomt
raving enur. 'Wm Iraees. of iuiwiiity
ill thu dude's blood lx's at out' to its
heud. Philaihilpln.i Chnnucle.
The livclios' girl thin suiuuiuris
T1oU Oil City Duni.ik. But
the aharKit m hr wtr, Tno
nwnaVini ifiaip'iiri "j igui iiwiiivniu jjluJi H.
Wnslilnpftfti ttmiittml tlterlcs. K
, Tho Washington Koptiblicnn enya mt
'1 that sovcral cjiieor. incidents hSvcoc B
t cttrred on the tup of the Washington W
. rnofiinrfcfft. On one occasion a gaunt W
. and hfngry cat rfst'oftiifd the' wihdfiug K
, stairs (o the summit. It probably Ef
, took fitr iUtttttkti B
tho fcnchln'g tho top K
I she IiKiked wildly about for aSment K'
. and probably becoming friglftcTJld nt K'
the and tho noise they ritiuiti, 1
sho ran to the edge and sprang off; B
i During the descent the poor nhimal H
turned over ainf over like a whirligig, H
, but landed on tho ground ou nil follftj -s. MR;,
Kcinnfkablo n.s ft may stfcm tba eat j.
, was not killed by the fall, tut after" K
i collecting her sonses fora moment cb K
started to run away. A largo clog K
: spied her at this jtincturo and quickly V
killed the feline hcroino of tho grcaU B.
est aerial flight on record. Last 9'
son five rats climbed up the stairs to R:
tho top, at different times IfJ g"ct tho K
crumbs from the Iimchnen's fable. K
Tho workmen chased theni around in B
each instance until they eprMg off M
These little animals were" not so lucky B
as the cat. They were crushed i'ntd M
shapeless masses by the fall. During Wt
the summer thousands of vutays fly io m
the top and build their nests nm'ong W
the iron girders. A flock of pigeons' E
have also discovered that a point 434 i
feet above the habitation of tnnu h A f
safe place to roost at Might. They fly '
up to (ho top at twilight, after thrt
men have" stopped work and rsmair
there until daylight. One of the etond
masons told the reporter that the sum'; J !
mit of the monument is a terrible"
place to bo during A thunder storm f
Ho had seen tho lightning flashing ;
about, above and below hint, while i
the thunder peals almost knocked hint f -
from his feet. "I have seen,'' hcaai'd,
a great flash of lightning crackle and
blaze nii!om the Iron work alwve njy '
head, and thou mllow tho girders &.
through tho inside to the ground) m
brilliantly illuminating the interior W
for an instant, nrtd filling the air with "!?
ii strung di'piurKiOi Hnialh" K.,.
The neatest, best and most Steal
way of trahilng and supporting to
matoes is to a single' sidles fof each i
plant. The stakes should bd straight,
firm, alxiut eight feet long, well poin' '
ted aiid it is best to set them in first jf
and (hen set the plant to thenii Un-
less deeply in they frtay lenrt oer
when the soil is Wet rind s'oft, tho wind '-strong,
and tiieir loads htfrtfyi A
simple rule for training is thiv ''A 1
-non as the apjiears jiinch out w
every side shoot below il." Tie tothi --take
as required to keep the stont
erect, and so able to carry !fs load.
Tho fruit will be safer trom stray fowls f
finer iu color and flavor, more In
quantity on tho same rireiij tho ap
pcaranco trim itnd gardenesqite, rind rt
good lu plant raising will bate tf
been gained. Experience. i
i ii U"J!".!!!J ;-
While Gen. Sherman was lying iti
front of Atlanta, and while a military , ?
necessity suggested to every mau the
propriety of hugging tho IwtOm of the ,
ditch, a coiuinitteeof evangelists called s
on the General. 1
"My dear Getural'said the
man, "wo have como to se you mi ,
iui)ortnnt business. We would like
to get a special train to bring, in a load f
f and tracts.''
"Humph," grunted tho general, "t ft-
would a thundering sight rather givo K
a train to briit in a had of whiiky. "
You fellows iiro to swiro an R-
in my to death.'' W.
liast Decoration Day, it meritlKir of s,
a school coniniittee iu Auburn, Me., W
asked a class of girls add boys what a'
Decoration Day was for. "To C
ate the soldier1 gnfves," snid uoYefai m
in reply. " Why should llley ilct'orulo m.
the soldiem grnves any more tbait m.
yotlrs or ttiinef ' There wits rt long si B
lunfo. One little follow iu the further Bk
corner of the room tl'mlly put up hia mt
hand. Thu rlsltor a-ked hint to B
spak. Thp Imy nid: "If you ploi1io, BE;
air, 1 think it is Itvcaiuo they are dead BK
mid we ain't. " Golden Days. H
''l'or ten eur past, " snid (do ur'w' BE
"my liudiLs hnve U-on K
lar n clock work. I xwti ou B
of sis; liHlfait hour Inter t sat In iB
luekfat; at . vtii I wn at work; B
iliuml at twelve, ntti stlpper nt i., ami K
hhii in Ud at CHU; ale only hearty K
AkmI. and hadn't a sick (lay iu all thai Wmi
time." "Dear iho,'' suld the Dcqcvu. B
in ivNipAthotii' tones, "mid what wnv HK
. uu ill tut?" And hi thoflwful llenrfs.v Bf
that followed you imuld hi r lh hash B
gniti iu 111 lira's. H
lyii llile. B