PR OM L O VlSfA X. I .
I'Jikon from tin Arkuiixii Mi-UiodlNt hy rincst;
Another victim has been- ntltlod
to the long list of -man's porfiuy
and woman's trusting simplioity.
Just a few days ago Miss Maggie
Miles, a beautiful and charming todav.
thief, .a robber,, and an adulterer ;
but ia respected as a- g'utloman.
May. God wata us -up to see this
matter as He sees it He saes the
man is more guilty taian the woman.
Tho peopl a see ifi iffe w?n tl y. Th ere
pre' thousands of bleeding Hearts
It is time we were speak-
1 wamtm mm antta
the: indiax territory
young lady, o. somo twenty sum- in,, 0t on tbi suiMcct. Souls are
mers, from the southern part ottlie being lost.. Tiey do not all oom
State, committed suicide because niit suioidLv Wut their happiness is
sho. had been betrayed by a man forever irone. Some become hard-
who claimed to be her lcmDaud Lnt!ll ancT make their homes in
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was ner betrothed. Houses, of. sriame. Some commit
Commenting on tha-mattery th'- suicide,', whilk others spend a lone
Ueaumont Enterprise says : Ty life, .lnomnmg and weeping over
INo friendly hand clasp.! hera ; thorniest purity and happiness."
no warm heart graeted her, .and no J;. Callaway, Eden, La
loving tongue whispered counsel m
uer ear as sue passed on ner jour-
uey. uiuy ounous antjt suspicions .oin..:,mre.H1H.fi.!omT.i
eyes glanced at liar, ra fleeing the In The Chronicle of the Ith
coldness and hardness of human iiwstant L notice that Dr. T. It.
nature to the poor, deceived, bleed- Luter is. going to Ttfxas to look for
ing heart of a ' batrayed woman, a location,
Will: it "be- thins with tliu vila,' de- If Drr. Luter io-a well educated
oeitful villain, who robbedher of medical man I can give him a good
happiness, her virtue, and her life? location here, perhaps better than
Will the same measure of contempt, he will find in Texas. I am an old
acorn, .and hatred! loo meted out to man (sixty-five years old) want to
him ? By all tRat is just, right, quit the 1 practice of medicine, and
fioraorablfe, womanly, and manly, would.- take a partner for one year
may it be-, increased' over four-fold, and then turn all business to him
When man, who should be tit pro- I would want him to locate in
itecbor of woman, becomes hecde- small village 2 J miles from me
atroyer, he should not be counte- . All physicians under go a strict
nanced by society anywhere on the examination before they are per-
faee of the earth. Let him retire mitted to practice medicine.
with the beasts and serpents, .being I know three good locations with
one of the vilest of the-vile.!'' in 20; miles of this place. In the
To tlie Enterprise's interrogation village,- Uexanaa, 2i miles from
the Mexia Democrat answers : here, is a good ' location for a mer
"No.. The infernal villian that chant with small capital $5,000,
ruined and blighted; the young life say only one merchant and he
is a murderer to all intents and has neither money nor brains and
purposes . But people will not con- could be bougjlt out on good terms,
iemn him and shunhis appearance We raise from 1,000 to 2,500
as they did the victim of his vil- pounds of cotton per are. Tlie
lainy- She was stoned, for her sin, corn- crop4his year vas a failure
while her murderer will go 'seott For any other information about
free.' Moreover., he wilLbe wel- this country see William Caraway
oomed in the-portals' of society, ad- or ifowt Lindsey, both of Benton
mitted to ball-rooms and will,, per- County, they have been hare
Saps, ere long, beaome at trusted pil- Send, us a merchant and two or
Iar in his community ; foivlie only three doctors, but don't suppose
nas to "reform,' or 'quit sowing his that any sort of a-doctor can prac
wild oats.' In dealing with such tice medicine here.
cases, society, tha pulpit,, and the The Cherokee Indians are better
press have been derelict in their- educated than tlie people- in the
duty.. They should' educata the bordering States of Texas,. Arkan
peoplevto put the ianrk o$ Caia sas, and Kansas,. I send you a few
npon every scoundrel that robs in- Territory- papersi
nocense of its virtue and destroys Say to my old tinia friend to held
the life and happiness of a woman, on until next spring I mean Col,
a A 1 ail Tit 1 1 Y
and forever d&bar nis entrance into W.l . iuoms would like?- to see
society. More, the Democrat be- him one time more before he takes
lieves that the betrayer ofiMaggie hi flight to another country.
Miles should: this blessed momeat I think the Cherokee Indians
be roasting1 in anxeternal hell, and will soon sell 6,000;000 acres of
therefore favors a law to hangmen land,. i they do each man,. woman,
af liis ilk ;: for-they are heartless, and child will have not less than
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West side Public Square, CAIV1DEN. TENN.
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WlU'ii ))ivMiik ticUi'ts ha sure to ask for and be
certain thut'they read via. Joulsville and Nash
C. V. Atmohk,
General rassencer Ajjent
3old-bVoodkImurdereri3'in a double
The-Catahorda News copied the
abova ' torn the Democrat, and 1
copy it from th News,, hoping the
Arkansas Methodist will publish it, J
and also-publish a few-remarks I
"Dear Brother Bennett : I know
$300. That- would eclie Wall
strest, New York.
Texanka, Ind. T.V November 15.
GLAD TO see: HIM.
General Hardee, tho famous tac-
of so many cases where-men havef tician and Confederate commander.
destroyed the hapniness. of w'omen was a strict disciplinarian. One
by lying to them. -They are black day while commanding in the south-
hearted liars, who succoed in mak west h' rode out on the picket line
ihg some poor simple girls believe and much to his surprise found t
their story of love, then go about sentry,, a raw recruit, sitting on r
smilling, looking as angelic as pos- rail fence muching a pieoo o ba-
sible. and will boast about how thev eon. The Geheral appeared not to
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have got Mias So and' So deceived, see him until he got abreast ofc'him
And some people will laugh with and theji drew his horse up expect
these -feHows when they are laugh- ing to find thfr sentry at a present.
ing about having certain girls fool- He was nothing of the kind, but
ed. Instead of treating the lying, sat muching away, as unconcerned
thieving scamp as a liar and thief ly as though he was in his native
should be treated, they will treat mountains. "Dd you know whoO
lim as a ?etleman.-invite him int am i demanded General Hardee
the parlor, and ere long he will m his severest tones. "Stranger, 1
- i mr. n T ,i...u i.t r i tt
marry some nice pure gin. xae low x uuu u - x weuerai xiar-
womaa thoagh, who has not dme deerand ." Without stopping
half sc bad, can not be invited into to hear the remainder of his sen-
the parlorr and can never marry, tence the raw recruit slowly climb
N1 never. But why?. bh has ed down irom tne tence, and sliam-
KinnpL So has he. He has oom- bled into the road, extended his
knitted the same sin with others be- hand, as he 6aid:"How airyerTGin
sides. He lied in order to steal eral ? I'm mighty glad to f?ec yer
aiv ufft -'tious. Sn ho is a ILtiv a looking .so pnrt.'"
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