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P VOLUME VI OlYHrflSVILLK, KlsiNTUOKlJ'THUItSDAY, SEP. JlTl88i, HO It
. Owiugsvillc Outlook.
J PtMIMSHKH r.VKKV THUltSUAY.
"J- V T. .7. YOUNG, Kihtok.
P I Olllco : 2d Floor Ewiug's Building
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One copy, ono year, in nilrnncc ?1 0
Sin month .")
Three month. 10
- 1 W 1 W ' III ' "I
fi inelin SII SO $'", ot) $12 2"i Sltf To
12 inch. o 0(1 8 00 18 oil W 00
12 inch. 10 00 I8(KI -1:2 00 02 00
1 COUNTY OFF1CEUS.
IK U II IT COUltT.
Jc-dmi: Kitbt. Kiddel.
O'mMON'W'IJVTU AttY C. 15. Hrooko.
Oiutit Ci.r.iiK V. T. miner.
M xsrutt Uommissiosku J. .1.
.TtilHJK ('. W. Onodpastcr.
Count v .Vrronxr.v Alex. Conner.
SiiKRirK T. V.
.l.ii.oit J a-. K.Maury.
School Comm. W. 11. D.uigherty.
HfHVKYOtt J. H. Spr.itt.
NHtrpburjL. H. McCliirc, It. U Colgrovc
H'yonffiv 1. H. ollivcr, Isaac B.WilHaim
OninytcilkW. H. Williams, (J. I.. Coyle.
A. Will-, Harrison Flood.
H7.i Sulphur J. H. Colliver, J.n.McClaiii
l Jlrthtl Itaiid.Jnc. A. D.itighcity.
I Vii'i Vi J lIUtmiii Holts, 1). V Swam
i Oivrnuvllle I'olicu Court.
; Janc.i:y 10th, 1882.
Ordcied, Tli.it this court will hereafter
hol.l terms for the trial of common law
mul wiiiitv c;no on thv fourth Mon lay
the months of M.ircli.Jtuie.Septenihcrnn.l
in and continue si j
judicial days if the should require
H. D. LACY,
P ji of O. Police (Aiurt.
Oflicc nt .John J. ."-Vietnam's, nar
oltUvillc, Ituth Prompt nttmiioi
1 jjivwi to all eafi.
G. M. "CJRRVr
Physician and 'Surgeon,
CiinY.i,., " .s.tiuiKii:M
C'aufy and hutmintr nud In
Xutitry i'abllc. taiance Ayml.
Attorneys At Lv,
I Olhta On .Vain street, over (jiodia.terV
"i B ink, j. Mm 4
I PHYSICIAN and -SURGEON
j WliiKHlllt', Ky.
J Ornci:: 1'irit Hour in J. M. Ne.hiltN
K luw fllic.
) DR.F. P."GUDGELL "
OfTom hiii jirofeJdonal ervie to the jiv
'i ami rioinity, and caw he found at
I L olfieu iivirr d lodji.i.ii'rH hank ivhrn
i " A. IV. VALDEX,
Physician & Surgeon
OUrn hix inifeinii:il to the
of ;i ti'l mirroijiiditik'
couutry. Olhee near tlie residence of
It. M. ('0.i:K' OmIiiksiMi', Ky.
3CRa OwliiKHlUr, K3
O.UtfC over. I M SVLitt'n law .
VAN. B. YOUNG,
ofr'Fici: .v vi.ii'j.vi's'i'icr.s'.T
BOOTS e SHOES
MXIjK TO ()H!)i;iJ
Out of 15(1 Mulorial!
Vork done iroiuiNNl mtil
to givv mtifiM il'.n in 111, durability
an I jiiur.
,r Hrittiiai h hh4ii. 'U umI pin m
t 0fk lltjutt ItHttMiJ four nidi it tttrvhnr,
J J. .. ItVKO.V.
Pl'lK.llf Sllitt, UlilHIfllHU, l
fty C Cn v,''' 'ill""" ' i iifj
i X CD CDfirr. Pay iduolniclv m I r
No rlk. 'iinttl not rvnirwl. kmo it
v if von nant luuintiM ill hfun. li
lilhcr ei, .MMiiitfiH aid, I'mi mtkn jjrvl
my nit I In- lime lhty work, with
iwfmtiiiv, wrli fr to II. till.
5i it ,V' , I'-ill'...!, Mil..'-.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success
T1IK O'LY CAKlt ,li:VK!,HY HOUSl'i JN TOWN.
3X. V. Towels, Jeweler,
Mt. Sterling, Ky.,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AD DIAMONDS,
Latest Novelties in Ladios' and Gents' Jewelry, Solid Silver
and Plated Waro, Good Line of
Spectacles and Eye' ti lasses.
J'miiipt nud ctircltil nitcntioii to tinier. iMili'tislcil Id' liif. Fine usiloli
iioiitly tlont. prlco puiil lor old oltl iind silver. J jicul;
fur tvsliitrc of tnttlc. Won't you call.
M. W. VOWELS.
WPWW1 nrwwipw tun ' . nnrjvjrvjnm JO"
A NEW FIEM
IVew Goodfj; I
Salt Licit, Ktj.
MAZE & SHOUSE
Have formtd a partnership for the pnrpoe
nf cairyiii; on :i inciehandii.in
lmiii nt the ahove named place, and
-!;- their IrieniN and the gen
eral pnhiic to e.xlend t them a lihernl
.hate of patronage, 'i'hey will keep ;i full
and Irehh line of
Dry Goods, Notions.
HEADY MADE OLOT1UXG,
Boots and Shoes. Wood and Willow Ware,
Hani iir.ie, (JiteeiiMvare, and
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Tin-link will tic found law and mm-dele
in every in priro they
lefy tr Make tlieni 11 oil at
ihe Muro and !,' eouvincid. All kind of
cor: vt::y i'iiodvu'i:
'Sought at the market price. .1-22
W. T. I)AU(31!K11TY
Vew mid inanv iiiivllnnroiii
mi hand. School IhioIch,
rayon-, peiw, p:neil, Aie., a
ieialty. If yon unlit tin-
!$("( Ciiooils at I.mrot Prier.
ive me a call. Yal-
and ehri'liiia e.lrd always on hand
II "their eaon in t variety. '.VM 1
1:1:11 i:mi5i;k that
Money Saved is Money Made!
'ave iiioney, kreti your feet dry and
yoiir'lualth hy nciny
ReisslDger's.Pnro Gil Blacking.
It will Miften and heaiilify tin- leather and
it water proof :ii well ax mal:e it
.vear one-third If yon have eorn
III yonr it will jrreatly relieie if it
lo(i not cure 'them. Xetliin in it to
leatlier. Mr. the
in ;in old. expeiieni'ed .-mil practical
thoe mailer and iinderct.itidii the
leather For further
information, address or eall on (IKOIUIK
ItKISSI.NOr.K.Mt Sterllim, Kv. Price,
'en .1 ho. Tliix hlnckiiuj
fur I it. ()inville.
ik h. iy i. Slew.tr,
'6 WINGS H0USE7
Main Street, Ottlnnsville, Ky.
now for the accommodation id
'he nihlie. The li..n- ! Httiateil in the
portion of the li.uil and had the
lineil fniiiiiji rooiii' for commercial
of any hotel in ivttatern Iventucky
ISoanl $2 00 iter driv.
Ik now oieu fur the ri'ivption of Client
Coiiniiinltoiir han.jili 1 1" mi- lor commercial
turn h r. n.'li rale, and the Inhlu
utiidit d uith the Ul tin nitiikcl alliM'dc,
II. W. .MiDJIlt.MOIT.
11 j on Wiiuf ;i. k) '.Vest
Bin Four and Vandalia Line,
On 11 on 3fi e !
Il yoti are in nud of
ICHllii ir C.'tiMt'rliii;.
I liw ml it 'I'll) .Mmp
on Jiiln ti I iiiOiii(riUt and urn
in do every 1 h" of ork in my uiw
on .holt li'ithe iiimI hi n
I mUu puint tin fi tlt.iti
(Una 'W& H 'Prhrf Job'
.1. . VI'.HH:il
C. W. TETEIIS,
Poh Diss il nun,
Toilet iiinl articles,
A Fine IJnc of Siationery.
the liest liianils of Ci::iiH suni Toliacfn
in town. l'lniciitiih'
pa'ptired at all liotitrf, day ot
1 Fire ! Fire ! Fire !
1 Vfill Save yon Big Money !
1 Kuril Ki.-e,' I.ightni'ig and Toiii.ido Poliei
I One and One Quarter cents.
in Miiind companies, nddrec.s
i. i). o'nniK.v,
r,v48m2 10S S. Mill St., Le.inlon, Ky.
J. II. OOOUI'AsTIill. Jt. S. COOlll'ATi:!!
Transacts a hankinir hitrinrn'
"ipht drafts r,ood in any pint of
tliv I'nited St.tte.s. Si ei'ial
to driiiihitor.. oen nade
nl this liank dUcniintul on favorahh
'A"SK it ItATTKIlMAN, TropVi,
122, 12-1 and I2G West f'rant Street,
anil 01, 03 anil 05, Cotnmorct' Street,
Daily Auction and JYivnto .Stilts.
Advances intnlo on Consignments.
TH'KIXS AT HALF FAItK AT AM
rOIXTSTO TIIK .MAMMOTH
Tliis wondoifiil cavo, . Imving been
it oiiarter of a euntuiy, 1111!!
lieoii o.Nploretf by lliotisaiids of visitor.-and
found to contain
duMJiiptiou. Cooking nnd Heating
Stoves, Furniture- ai.d bottekeop
ing ,'ools, and induud, of
uoftil :ti tick in the
United Staled. Iiushniidn nnd
tbo( inlnulimj niutriuioiiy, are
daily visiliiiji thifc great pluee ot Mnrl
and earryiu lioine at piiees that
defy competition in any Uiape. r
pi'iciM Mini fiitllier pitrtieiilui.eull no
or apply to
T. .1. KKICUT,
If von want necuminodaliomi at
model all- priiix. 'flu i tiow
lejuilr, and Mill nun he nond to
none In I lie loinilrv, t .1.1c idw.iy.
'Iiojilixl itll itm ll. li 11. ..I the I-' II.
.I..MI. ( l'ronhior.
I hmu 4 farm fr ..tie cciiluiiiiiig l-
.11 rr., which luy. mi StoiyV hiMiieh in
I liiiiin uoiiuly. kiio 11 . .,- ICiiJ.th I Ik;
iloil fvriii, 011 lil. h tlo 11 I- u gtjl
und out (lu.nid
(arm ll . i plcnlv .f water,
nil alio 1 dmiic of llinl'tr und hhh lidimtsi
land Tin-land w III !. .old in p.irvL or
uiLutlivr. l.r i.urtii'il ir ui'id) to
A J. MVAK.
Nf liith i..iiniy, Kyi
Jui.ii.irjr M, MM.
A. STOItY, Prop'r.
111. r(.iiiiiH. Hi.
Farm Vqv Hale
I have for rale a verjjloirahlu
011 the'Slmriwhit' nnd Uwiuvilli
turnpike, !1 J iiiIIch fioil the former, near I
llald KaKle. Two I ,rf Tobau'co .
IliiriiM lecently htiilt on the preiuiKen. !
Large tniiMorv ihvelllt houe, good '
aid, plenty of llmher md never failltiL' 1
water. Kli.t.el.iHH I0I1.1 -o land. Kor
parlictil.tiK eall on r nddrec
. - U. S'I'ONICj 1
"u ' Ky.
Announcement U ma. of the rapid com-pillion
of 11 Pictorial wik eomprnin;,' the
.ivuKof the the
Demoeratie ticket, wrlte'itliv the veteran
iiiuthoi.Col. Kiaiik 'l'iiil.(ij and
hy A. ). Thompson A. O.t St Mo., I
and New York. ni i m.M through
h '? dehigned, mil,
?,, ; '1' PCrVC, "" T't'l'larjaHto and wan
'"Oh I "'d
tilt if private I.iveH
to have a more euiltirjlig.lntcitvt than
the ordiniry (.'ainpai;n liik. To this end
the have the work
a corps of xkillcd ttiid cugravum
to elegantly and profifeIy7 illutrated the
.eeiicrt tin incidenth in 1I1& liven of thene
eminent men, now co r'oinineutly liefore
the peoide. 1'cr oii:il miccdotea ninl
will coiirtitiile a leadinj; and
coriniiily 11 iiidm entertaining und
leatiue of ihi.i tnmly, woik.
Col. Triplctt has inarkedlbahility, and
eiiinyn distinction aft a
writi r. While exhaustive j,, (jK, KL.Jt.,
of f.ictH.his pmur of analyslrt, nnd his keen
niKisht intone philosophy ot eveutK and
give him prominence
lonoiig AmeiieaiiMtitcrsfof perMinai
It i not too unv tliat lie
is heller piepared for the work in hand
than any other Amciieairitnihor.
Tiie hoiA. from his pen, of which fieveral
have hoen pnhlMied, the miiilar
ta.ste and hcen more thaiiffiidiniirily Kiiceewi
lid. They have giunhini liigh rank
among American iitilhtir;, find the pithlic
men of tlie day. Thin? has given him
iiusnrpii'sed facilities for procuring all the
material for the work ii'iw in hand. As a
hook of inrmvt, lieattty and
ot and of
of fact, it will commend
itrelt to evirv voter.
To the hook agents thjj rarccomhinatinn
of aiithentie piotorinl illustration
and brilliant niitlioridii(vill at once Mig
,'et tlie iiiiiver:il demanll it will create,
and also the intoreHt it ha.i
oier iheoidinaiy t'.iiupaign hook, and the
I opoi Utility it" o!'.r for protitahle
igenev. We advertised it in another
Will he pcmiitled io serve marcs the
prihcnt hcaMiti of l.S.SlJat my ftnhlei, one
mile couth of Path eoniitv,
Ky., on the M.illcjmid Mt. Sterluij;
turnpike, at 3r "
. v- .
$15 To Insure a Living Colt.
Money line when the colt comes or when
the inure is oartid with A lien will lm
retained on the foal till the money
is paid. Due care will he taken to prevent
leeidentx, hut I will not he nsjiunsihle
.lionld anv i.eenr. Me is sixteen and a
half hands high, with line form, goinl action,
and Tyti.ns ohl this Hpring trots
veiy fast, and cure furnished for
mines from a ditanee at rates,
liright L'hkf is hy John Ji'rislit, hv Volunteer,
Volunteer hy Itv.dyk'n
1st dam, C'has. fon't mare, Yonny
Patriot; 2d dam the ifnUe mare.
Itysdik's Hamhletoiiian hy Ahdallahj 1st
dam hy I 'has. Kent mare" hv Imperial
IMlfo'inder, 2d dam One Kve.'hy Hi.liop'x
llamhletoniau; ltd dam Sifvcitail, hv Imported
Min of Imp. Mes.en,,vi; dun Amazonia,
hy hiii of Imp. Mesiiir. doling P.itiiot
on of lllueher, dam hy MesMiiger Duroe;
lllueher hy Dnioe, son of Imported
1st dam, Y.iiiiig Milhrs ).iiiim1, hy
IUliop'i llamhleloni.in; 2d dun Millers
D.iiiimI, hy Imp. Messi.nr
Dune hy Sir A rcliy Duroe, dam hy
.on of Imp. Meenger. Couklin's
Itellfnundcr hy Imp. Hellfoiiiider, dam hv
Peak's hy ( ..nkliu's (irey
ti. W. MY KltS.
SAFE A11D RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
J. P. MoINTYRE'S""
AXI :IM.(' ItOO.1I.
Main Owingsville, Ivy,, in roonik
lori.urlv oiiiipied us u tin .hop.
Warm Meals at nil Hours.
ICE Clt RAM IX SEASOX.
c: 1 v vz m vz a c;vi .i j
Owiisfi Marl worte !
.1. It. IIAWICINK,
Marblo of All Kinds,
OKANITi; nillliSTo.M", Ac
SHtii.faetioit guaranteed in both lulvi
and imrk. Order duitnl. ,'ittll.
I would rc'ccifully iiiutoiiiuv lii the
1iti4.11. of Oiviiij ill. ami Ihilli louutv,
Hi it t I have In. I iipvn.d on Main alterl, In
the room fnrmurly mvupltnl hy J. W.
Iliilchtsnti, 11 fit.h .tod cuinjdite lino of
duple mid HIU4 rim of every dimtrip
ll.'ii. 1 iiImi hop a lull line of llimim;
l. .Hit oHpy. le, llulillg aecvplixl the
fur lljdtHii k llio.. wall pur, I
-mi siipjrty this uite h in an i;( ami 1
ihu kttviMl jiriu.. A (nil I in. of .Mwpleit
ou bund liutii whii h to kUt I. IVum M
mi- lov IU.mrllHll,
..'lot ,1. . imuunirv, Aui. .
The True Mcnnitiir of 0. l). I.
A man who had not been lony in
tlitn country win uiuployed a.t a domes
t in a faniily, and upon 0110 occasion
lie was cent to the ex preen oflieu to
a pnokiinrj. He was about to '
leave with it when tho cleik called liif
ntleiition to three hitters C. O. I).
l'at Inn! no idea wlutt tho letters I
meant, but ho cleverly gucMctl at
"ll'iiallriglil'ln'Hniils "tho owld
inaii'itooil for the money."
"Hul you know what iIiomj leltoM
Iiiiliulu I do. Call On Dad. ItV
jumhiiu.iiH.pn? itopq on your faco.''
There ia almost n pathetic truth" in
the understanding conveyed in this
old story. Many n man is hounded to
death by the unreasonable culls made
upon him by ihc members of his family
who are educated up to thi. vciy
end by bitn.s'df, at fnt in that fond,
slavish spirit of indulgence which the
Ameiieau father displayd tmvtuda bin
oHsjniny, as if it was Home kind of
mechanical pet, anil afterwards
on the unfailing ptinciple that
they who sow the wind will map the
Call on dad.
lJusiness U dull, notes must bo met,
but appearances must be kept up.
Mrs. Shoddy is goin;j to the seashore.
"Our "iris" must go, the money is to
come out ol "Dad."
At Iind he infused firmly, but nsone
teas u after another is brought to beat-on
lii 111 like a battering-ram of persuasion,
he gives way. Now bonnets and
diesses are bought, 11 railroad journeys
expenses dcfnnud, and that is only the
beginning. Incidental expenses aie
always the straw that break tho patient
camel's back. They accumulate
in heaps, stacks, and at last rise to the
dignity of a monument, under which
lies a pale, peaceful man, no longer
pursued by the legei.d: "Call, on
Dnd." Detroit Fr. e 1'ress.
An Aiiihiubus Term.
A-red man !nl a long nine
cigar (-topped in front of a store window
in Ihe Eolith Knd in which hung
11 "Umbiellus IleeoVered." His
unkempt hair, gawky appearance, and
homespun suit that fitted him as
Iy a.- does tho itriped suit of the clown
in the circus, all bespoke the citizen
"I gueis I'll look over ycr
sunny," said hayseed,
a dapper little fellow behind the counter.
"Yes sir; right thn way."
A largo pile of goods wiH displayed
for the nualiit's inspection. After
looking them over for some time he
rdoivly moved his head iu he dtibioiibly
"No, I don't see it anywhere."
"See what?" iketl tho astonished
"Why, our uinbereler. My darter
Sal lost hern when shn was down here
threu weeks ago nud when
I saw yer sign I thought perhaps" yer
might have picked it up. I'll come
down agin in a few' weeks and I will
drop in and eee if you have heard any
thing of it. Sal thought o' that umbel
ulerniul I'd lie mighty glad to gil
it back agin. You'll try now, sonny,
Io recover it for me, won't yet?
till I ace yer agin." 15.aton
Thorn U probably nothing more annoying
or mote dilliettlt to overcome
than a habit a great many hens have
of eating eggs. While thoro U 110 way
of cuiing hens from eating eggs, to
pit-vent them by mechanical menu i.
very easy. A uot with u double lut
tout, the upper 0110 incliiiod so as to
allow the egg to roll to the lower 0110,
answers very well; but tho habit ia
one that is aeipiiivd mul therefore u
lasting one. Ileiia learn it by being
in the of broken eggs, but
they ruroly luuak egu themselves until
taught. If ful regularly with meat
fot a while they will forget tho liilblt,
but the safest plan U to cut oil' the
hwtuls o! ituh foil la beforu tho htibil
hccoiucu general u it li tho
lumi nt aw.
Tlie lu is llll wiiiio iW.uaa bulwenl)
the inNl aruiiil Aictie vxploixr and
thu North pole,
ThiMiilgiual l!o ie wtt
Uniiitri'i trttaty rith
IliMiry Wnrd Uuuehur ha unliallwl
Itiiiiki'lf thitl (ha hjwuuIU upon tho piia
vtito chHmvlttr of ti rover CltYlntnt
m(v lmultniin, mul will tnl.b iko
:MHnp for tU UiuKrvd muu.
inr.v xa.mi: ir si. .iohx.
i ltawlliifr Ilnlii' on n Sti'eet'Car ('re-ales
a DNliirhattce and Pindsa Natilr.'
A crowded Third avenue streetcar l
was goitiL' up to town yeilerday (
noon, when a hidy and a gi'litfeidaii '
with n baby in his Hfiti got aboard at '
L'ttnnl stieel. The uoiitleiimu was '
riven 11 seat, and almost itistantly the
infant gave vent Io scicniiixsuggcslivi '
of colic or n ciuel iu. 'I'he father
tried in vain In ipiiet I life child, and
finally handed it over to its '
"Ttiin to ils iunddy!"saiil she, taking
the child. ole juipa ti '
lease baby, Sail inainma whip pap?
Ks, see sail." '
The child was not to be quieted b
thin baby tafln however, and yelled, il
possible, more loud than before.
"It's a pin," said an old lady oppo '
site. A careful search failed to locate
such a cause, ant! the L'tltfy continued
"The child is hungry," siid a gentleman
seated next to the mother;
"tin) body can sci that."
An old lady then came forward
from the other end of the car and said
to tho poor, excited mother: "M;
dear child, I am not a mother, but at
old maid; still I think tho baby want-a
drink of water, nothing more."
The car had just reached Coopei
Institute, und hearing the old maid'?
remarks, the father jumped off the ear
and siiatch.d up a tin clipper of oatmeal
water there on hand for tho u?e
of the drivers nnd conductors, gave tin
baby a drink. Instantly its cries
ceased and it began to laugh nnd
"Didn't I tell you!" said the oh1
maid; "Cold water will do for children
sometimes what all ele fail ti
"Oh! I am so glad' said" the mother,
"for we are taking baby to hi
"Yes," spoke up tho Isapjiy ftdiiCr
"and ie ui c'at loss for 11 miniu fot
him, I suggest that WC call him St.
John, because of Iib fondness for cold
water." New York MuiljExp ess.
""- l ' "
- - -L. f sgrr -
1'or Itevenito Only.
There is nothing philanthropic aliout
Benjamin F. lJutler. Ho uns for rev
etiue only when ho left tho secessionists,
for whom he had done eomar
service in the Democratic National
convention in 1SG0, und joined thoKo
publ'cans. lie was for only
when he bulldozed the 'people of New
Orleans, purchased conttabatid cotton
and set up a bankrupt California gam
bier as his dummy in his store. He-was
for revenue only when ho was the
hireling of corporations in Congress,
letting all the hud grabs and subsidies
pass without opposition, nnd working
nnd voting against the Thuriuun bill
tit th'jir biihling. Hu was for rove
line only when he originated and got
through Congress the infamous salary
grab aftd back par steal. Jlc was fot
revenue only when he made :i deina
agog tie'.- pretense of intense
for the working men of the country,
and like the miserly and gnu-ping olu
niic.il in the play, goes about telling
everybody "thuJ is the act of an hou
et man." New York World.
He Had Proiocntioit.
'I am 11 bac hall player," said tin
pn'soner to tho judgo "I'll toll you
how it happened."
"Cio on, sir."
"I was at tho bat. Thoro were
three men on I nuked tor a
low ball and leiu hid hack to stiiko,
but it was not where 1 wantoil It. Then
"Hold on, nir; Who do yoti allude
to as this man?"
"Tho eorpi), of course. TVn this
man shouted, 'foul Knd out!' Thou 1
"Who did you jay ho wuf"
"llo was tho umpire."
"I big your p.irdou. Yon a id dis
uharged, Thu eleik will outor the
coats ugaiut the latu umplro's dstato.'
Nuw York (irapbii'.
Won the Kangaroo Acted.
"So yoti went to thu MnryT
"Oh, ye, and ei.Juvcil luvfeif vciv
"Diilyuiikuv tho kiumnnw in the
"I did, and full sorry fur It. IW
thing, it M (I) ing, isn't it?"
"Whvuo. Wlutt mt that notion
In your liwulf"
"Thu way it aetwl. Whutl 1 miw
it iUamtil to Iw uti ito hut log,
Ttw nnwt unhealthy ualo U lltv
On Picket Duty. I
"'(, Uob, how lieedle. yoti flic!
ritd Funny. "1 told you losliul (ho
lour when you wuit out; You didn't '
Io It, mill iow' Ihe biscuits nru so cold f
hey won't bo light in time lot f
en.". , I
I forgot till about it.1'
"1 suppose yoli ilhl; bill it would
ie it comfort ifyott Cotild frjinjinbor
At llieslijipcr (able Mrs. Jlertrani '
"Itotl, did you do ybur . orrnnd at 4
Cileiison's?" t f
"O, . ma in my, I'm nwful sorry Thri
hoys wanted me to play ball; 'and J ' " '
thought we would go there when' tve f
I'limo home, ami then I forgot it." - I
"Did you go to tho said I
the father. .
Bob's face showed plainly .that (i I
had forgot tun that, too. ' t
"I should think a boy ot sixtccit 1
was old enough to remember a few (
things," remarked Mr. Bretman; but f
Kob's untrustwoithy mcmor7 h.'fd he- ;
come such an old story that little corns
meiit wits ri'tido. f
"I wish I'd lived in the waf times,"'
exclaimed our hero a few days later,- f
as he laid dtftfn an exciting book he
oad just finished. "The battles
have been grand, but I should have
liked picket duty, too.
"What an inspiration it would be
Io a man, as he walked back and forth
in the dark, to remember that perhaps
the safety of the whole arfiy lay
in hii keeipng'!" v
His mother shook her head: "I
don't think you would have made d
"Now, mother, why not ?"' riSkeil
Hob, quite indignant that his patriotism
should be thus assailed. t
"I doubt whether yoti would' iTve
believed in a danger mt
ee, and so you would have laid down
your gun and been at tho minoy uf
"Why, mother, h iblluW bo
a fool to do that." ' " -v
Mrs. aniilod; " ,.-. ----,, r
"Did ott ever sco mo do anything Sarrai
Bob looked his incredulity.
"Tho comfort of the family if noi
tho safety of an army, often lies in
your keeping, and you prove a negligent
picket. You Surrender-to tho
first temptation that presents itself,
with no better excuse than 'I forgot.'
It was ho who was 'faithful in tho
little thiugs' who was madu 'ruler over
A Sad, Sad Case.
Bill Simpson and Jim DoiUuu are
two Austin society young niun, who
havo heretofore lived by thcr wits.
They havo ilo money of their uwu but
manage to live by luiroMiug and gambling.
Not long since Bill Ttmjteon'rf
rich uncle died nud left him it fortune:
Shortly after he met his ohl chum
Do Ismi, who asked:
"What has come ovar you, Bill?
Before you c.nuo into puascMion of all
that money you weru tho jullicst
in Austin, always in a good l( :
nior ami full of fun, but now that uu
are lieh you s!t around :u' if you iir.d
the toothauhe. What
barf conic u er
"Oil .Mm, you ,iui,t know ou
can't xteibly rvuliao how it lttirla a
to havo to spdtnl hia own
nhj He as l'lal. C
"1 don't bel.'evo I'll iluo tu,M wi.l "
a Hlie judgo to a young until wlf
hail been arraigned Ufure him ftr
"Thank you .judge"; for thfe !. thu J
first time I was over utruotud .'or biii
" Wlwll ilo jmlgc lyccialmoii, "tlt 1
tiral time? Then I sliall tine uu, fur I
.i niun wlw was never diunk hoforu
ahoitld hiivu utoro stia than to got I
drunk tho firt limu." Arkittwaw I
CWvcluud Yoiv: Thu HVat W
iHoiit for clear wi.tir.g l thiuJ:ii, lm
Quo oo.lrl,li will eat sovoii hvrrwi '
in oiiu week. That I-, tho rwiauu it m.
coiltislt dut a man hi thitaly. W-
"You my let ih .n wlyv," 1.4 li a m
dull ,m jroun rtil to tho ttU. m
hu Udl U piril out, Tlirtt bfeov Jk
Uiiuio ikon tri; ii UtiISJi &!$
;UolAli to pity a ui. f