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ASI IE VILLEBD AIL Y CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1890.
Cancer of the Nose.
In 18T6 a sore appom cd on my lmno. mid
raw rapidly. An my father fuel .minor,
and my luiebnnd died of It, I tMicaimialiirin
eil. unil cnnsllll.!d my l.liyiiliiun. Ill limit
iiiont iliil no giiou, nnd till) ttorti (crew liu-got
.im i ivorw. hi every wayaintil I lint coni-lii.l-'.
lei' I with to dk' fi-oin ita eiTuutH. I wilt
i .t led to t:iko 8. h. S Hnd a leu Intuit
otuetl mo. Tine wuh After nil the diMloi-n ami
other nipdioinoti liad fuilod. I bavu liad uo
rnurn ul the ciiucer.
MKS. M.T. MABEV.
Woodbury, Hal! County, Tuxai.
TreiitlHe on Cimi-ar mailed freo,
MWlfT sriicmu CO., Atlanta, lift.
.mm 2lil- .vly
'ktU-'IXSIt J. V. I . C'.l KIM.
A. 8. Graham, I). U.S.
Olllit Over J. II. I.iiw'a Ktorc, Knulli Main
Niirini nxlilc or laiutlilini K'iniliiilultcri'il
lur tilt1 hiIiiU-hm extraction of u-.-tli,
llnhl ml. I iinnx-laln crowun iittiii-liiil to
llu- iiiiliiral nulla ur til th, Hi n nviililiiiti III.
uhl- of pltit.-a.
Ml . MHTiitl.mii iicrtiilnliii; tu ikull-lry akill
Hilly fH-rlormi-il. I'rici-H irna'iii.tMi-iitiiJ Nulla-
iiii-tluti KiiiiriinUTil. ft-li:
IH. II. I. A It K INliTU N.
OII.ee T'tuma oil I'nttoi) tlVflltli , over th
cliiiiiim Himv ni C. It. Wanton v l'i.
UVhi 'lie.' 1'ttriHT of Wlltilllill niitl Locust
r.lK'. I'. tAVIIi"l, TtHlH. A. lilMt
Knleh;h. J as. il. MltTJN, A-d i-v.lle.
JJJAVIMSiiN. MAIM' IN A: ON'l.ri.
Altnrueya nml CntPiM Horn ul I.uw,
Atlirv.llc. X. t
Will pr u ttee in tlie 1 1 th und I -'th Jti'lUiit-
incinc'ia, 'tiMi in tne fuipreme Court m Norn
l.'uruhnii, nut) in I'ii l-Yii'Tiil c miiim ul th'
WrHltTii liiktriel of" li ifti-'iliii'.i.
Keler to Hunk ot lu viMc. dlwl
Architect and Coxitrut'lor.
I'luna, ttHv.i-titiii'4 ami euhuau fur
tiitlu-il. AM work in mv Hue eontruvlttl lor.
mill no chiirttt'H lor d rutting on nmiriiru
awn men m-,.
fcYleremea when ilt ttvd.
Mlicc : V.. fj llni.lrt- lilt, k. .S'or.M Cmr
-iiinv. li' vir. ' :tlt 1 ! i y
I will prttilicc In t lie ci i mid uirrnuiidiuj.
Hli'v ul V. I'. IMunmu .V Co. atuhle. 7
Smith Milin lr..el. uprl
H. II. KI.KVKH, U. II. S. ' II. K. MI I II. II. i.r.
Ill'lt. HCCVOK vSE H:ilUil.
IMCSITAi. figg OFFICII
:h Citnniilly Hiiil'lin. ovt: Kv IwohiI's moc
I'-iltoil , Vl'ttltC.
Tt th t'xlrncttil m iihxtti p.i'ii, w it' tlii m .
U'l.t-Mlu tic. Jiitilail cii-in o tru ki Hur't r
nvtfl. I'M ?
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In lltirttiiril M'ltlliitrf- l.nt i tno !';iltoi
Avt-itiH' nml Main Sit tit
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ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Burnt In nv '.iimi without dingar ot
Explodlnq ur taklnq Or. 6sa that you
got th guiulne. For ! by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO..
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ari4 ilNwl v
F. W, VESEY & SON,
DmnhiiuiHa, - Nil 61 Clii-ainiiKlm-t.
Now rriiilv. rnli, liinltliv MiiIiIimk I'lr.nl.
tn varl.lv, ilillvi-rnl In liny ,'iirt ol lliri-lty,
nml planli'il out v- Ih ii r.-itir. tl. irt. 1 1. .Kim
HOCK QUA Hit Y
Apply lii H ilnriim tin' llirniiilnu wr. li tn
n-nl ihr HiK'k i."1"".' "" Pi"'lic lilr
of the rlvir, mar III. Im i l.rl.lm', and lite
NINU THSI'MUNT 1 1 1 ifMl'.t
nvnrhy A iii'inl rin h mini i nn t n Imr
NATT ATKINSON SnS.
TI.AMTIC CtlAHT I.INH
in nnd nftrr thla dntr thr l..ll" liiit wlii d
nli-a will Ihf run nvrr Itf "I'nliiinl'iii I iivll"ti
No. fl.'l Urt I'nliitnliln" " P- "'
Al-rlvra nl Chill li'lon P '" I' "I
Nil, fill l.riivi- Chnrlrati.il 7 in m
Arrtvi-i nl Colitittl.lii II f..1 ft III
Connii'tlnii with train, to nml IVkiii nil
point on tin- rniiiiiiu,-, Cnlnmi'ia M An
Kiialn nml Colnnihlo It llrrcnvlll. Mnllr.ia.lf
T. M. ItMKKHiiN, (tin I'naa, Aiit.
J, P. DBVINIt, Uaa. Ontit.
The Present nnd Kx-Cliuncellore
The Latter Apparently Has No
Use for the Formur,
And Kurk tu llcillttla anil Up.et Ilia Cal
oulatlnna -niaiunrok'a uttr of Tliankl
Cn.at.-i a Hi.nnatluu Yanltaa Pork May
Yot Uo AilmlttiMl Into Goriiiany Othar
Forvliiii Sum Notra.
I)N1on, A pril CO. The rooont promlae
mmle y J'rinre Dinmnrck tlint he would
from time to lime niaks puhlio liia opin
itina mi pollticitl lopica throiih the col
umn of the iriaa la mnntfuBtly boin
kopt in a nmiiiier entirely unexpected
by tlioan who have gut their faoea aRalnut
him. Tliu olivioua alup at the ex-chan-collnr
nia.le by Ocn. Von Caprivl in his
nniioiiiicunii'iit that the government
wouM fn 'in that time forth discounte
iiuiK'o what hud heen known an inxptrrd
journiiliatii nppnrcutly inspired liiatnarnk
to Ituil iiicana to belitt le and upai t the
calculation of iiih anocetigur.
His iirst oppni tiinitv wua nnt lone de
layed. Although the ex-chancellor had
had atnplc time in which to publicly
acknowledge n-ocipt of the Hood of con
uralulitlory nic8!iues which putirnd in
to him on the ncciuion nf the aiiuiver
aary of liin liii th.iay, and still more timo
in which lo nwpowl to the Bympnthctio
coiiiiiniiil- alli.tu elicited f mm Ilia friend
by hi reainnntlon from tho chancellor-
Kiup he elm e to await the arrival of a
time pirulinrly suited to his purHises.
He bad not Innu' to wait. On the very
day that the new chancellor delivered
his innidi n Hpeech In the laiidtnr?. and
the newspaiH.ra were filled with his re
mtirkH iiii.l cominentB thereon, Prince
liiHinnrck Iniiiiclieil upon the public sea,
through the Incliiiin of The North (lur
in.in (liii tte. for mauy years his ier
hi mal nrKnu, a letter of thanks to bis
To say that the appearanne of this let
ter aimiiitaiHHiiMiy wttn the new clinn
(vllor'a Hpeii-h created a sensation as its
ni :;iiiticancc IxK-nmc aunannt. is to state
the fact with extreme niildtipsa. and the
Ki im nl I miitennan must liave delighted
it the Hii.-c. aa of his flint elfort to take
the wiu.l out of the saila of the new
craft. I'.very I ody talked about the let
ter ami few about tho speech. Notiody
liillia of tlie Hp. ech now, but the letter is
ntill the li-a.litiir HUliiui-t nf roiiimoiit tn.
Ketbi-r with fie fact that the old chan
cellors rnii"ratulatinn were oonspicii
oii-ly aliwiit frnui the budgot of compli
ineiilary allusions tl the new chaiicel
Ah bough ( 'mint Herliert Itismarck Is
criilited with the iiiMtiRatinn and per
sonal iliriction of the cumpaicn aKainnt
the miveiniiii-nt's attituiln nn the aubji-ct
of inspired .journalism organized by the
leaibni; joiininls. which liavo hilherto
ciijol lAiivcrnmental fnvor. it is almost
an nlutely certain that the movement ii
miiirin mi in- n Btroner linml tlinn his. a
Kuiiriniiii that the warfure will be
ngcil unn lcut mly.
tirtuiniiy Slay Vat Urolila to Allow It to
IiNnoN, April 811. Kmperor William
luiK evpri twed his strong desire that the
proliilntiif ..,tric'tioiiH placed uion the
iniH.rintiou or foieiKn pork Into tier-
ninny la removed. A movement of this
kind would nuet with popular ap
proval. "winif t.i tho action of theOnrman
pivi-riiiiieiit since the appointment of
(en. V on Cii privi to the chnncelltirihip
iu ilepriviie; aoveral of the lentliuu; Uer
miiii iii'tvr.,iiien of the ofllclal clinriiolcr
they formerly enjoyed, tliotte jourunls
have joined ill an aiorrcasive caiupaigu
in u( mi. u in nn, new auinmiHirmion.
Thin tnoi elm nt, it is understood, was
ilmliMted by Count Herbert ftiHlnarck
und is lieitiK conducted under his direo-
May llrrnma a llrltl.h tlll.lart.
IiMHiN. April ?l).-There Is a rumor
that mi Mauley s return to r.mrland he
will nirnin l.nimit a Hrilih ant.'ei-t, re-
annum; ln nalionnlity, which he relln
(iiiisbed Iweiitr-llv Tears aco in Ainer
int. It U stated that the ipiuen Is
tin knia to confer high honors on him,
which would be inijKmsihle unlets he
at;iiiii l. nine a Hritinh subject. It is
proiuiiiie th.-tl Manloy will lie appointed
to a Kovernoisbin in Africa, but not nf
I'uiiKO. Il in i-oiiaiilcrcd now liltuly that
ome territory iu Mritish Kiut Africa will
be selected for him.
Ilauara nf Trawling- In Ribarlaw
Rt. I'r.iKlMirHu, April !!0. A Hns-
hian otlleliil, writing to the (Irnsh Panin,
id wril iK the hardaliips and ilmncr of
tr.iveliui; in Miiuria, even lor well-to-do
IH'1'noiia. 'IbeciMtof living, he save, is
iiIi-iii.II v biu'h. Tin ihiiiiIh are wicked
and depraved, ami the minor olMcials
are tliieves and drunkards. It in uiiaiif.i
to lie out alter V o clock at uiuht with
out a revolver.
(.'ru.liail hr a Ply-lVI I.
Cltli'.xiHi, April '.'(). Three men were
crushed by a twenty-live font lly wheel
nt the t Iiiciikii nml Nuriliwealerii Knr-
tili.uiK ( ompauy a works, the wheel
wan on the center, and tlii ni;iiieer
called never d lueii to help him atnrt It,
It alarlcil iincMHi'tcillv, ilniL-nliut three
men intu the pit uiiileiiienlli, cruahinir
and 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 i M them. Henry lliiualH.d,
cut on face, brad and Imly, will prob
ably die: I'.imeue Itulf'usa, iujiirtil about
spine and l"gs; Vulenlin lluae, bruised
Tivn Nlma faatnrlaa ftiirnail,
Uavhiiiiu.. Mass.. April SO . Fire at
8 a. m., I riilnv, in Newton, X. II., de
stroyed the follow inn pioa'itys I low &
I i reel,) s shoe laclory, with contents: a
three' story wooden biiildiuK occtiiiied
by K. i cn-lii' as a shoe laclory, ami u.
II. I'imsI.v as a ciirriaire factory, and the
I.I itiirllctt homestead, known later an
Uni t's hotel. I lie louses will nitirreirate
j.'.i'.oisi. Tin? cause of the lire is un
Naitru Mimlertir HaitRail,
Tl.,...t,'..n . u Aln Anrll lift. flan.
L1!... ....I..e...l u a linnip in thn mil vnnl
at iViith Kiiiluv for iniiriler. llo dlbd
name, and his Inft wonis were: -i am
.(i.it... I.. .i,..iiM " lliuiieek waa broken
and ho waa (lend iu six minutes.
Milled rilllilllllir.iplal ll.-ait.
llimTdN. April W lleiijamin F.
Stiirlevnnt. widely known as an In-
... I .... n ,.., nl'iii.tiir..!' of lilnw-
Vl-lll", in.... --
em. in (lend, uged bt. Ho was a noted
RUSSIAN JtNS FAVORED.
Thoy Aluna lleiiDolnrlaa of llaron Hindi's
vw Vmiif. Anrl so In a recent In-
i.,v,ii,- iri.ri-lii to thn rtoaa ln(ner
case, Mr. II. b. Allen, a prominent He
brew, ahl Unit mere was neeu m
iiialittilloii that would shelter such iilrll
as lios.i. nml turn me iieurewa 1""ir
lor itient results Iroin the Huron lllrscn
fiuiii of it.ii.uuii a year, the ilrat Install
ment of which hiiil just been received
Iroin I'.unipi). l'nraidciit Henry Klce, of
the I tilled Hebrew clmrltius, said:
"It Is true that the Ilrat two Install-
... ..i .i... ii. Ilir,-li fund have
lunula oi iin'i'ii,.". -
beoii tecelvud, Tlie fund Is conilnK at
ths rule vl HVyO niontli. Thcro ua
been a good deal of misapprehension as
r?i f "''j""' and purpuses of baron
illrsch in the mnttea. Tha lmn la. aa
you know, a retired business man, living
in Paris. He is very wealthy, and made
most of his fortune, I believe, in build-
ma; rauroaiiH in Kussla and Kouniama.
He intends the lilonev which ha la apnti-
Iiib; here to be used for the beneilt of
rttissian Jews who have arrived in this
country within the last few years. The
money is to tie used for these persons ex
clusivelyfor no other persons.
"llaron Uirsch is .ending the money
here to an association of nine gentlemen,
all of whom he himself suggested. These
gentlemen are Meyer 8. Isaac Jesse
tSeiigninu, Oscar H. Straus, Henry Rice,
Jacob H. Schiir, James II, Holfman, Dr.
Julius (Joldman, William Ilackenbttrg,
of Philadelphia, and Meyer fcSolsbacker.
The otlicurs are Meyer 8. Isaacs, presi
dent; Jesso Soligman, treasurer, and Or,
(Joldmaii, secretary, 'the liaron Hirsoh
fund is not to be dlsKwed of by the
United Hebrew charities but by the gen
tlemen named. It it liaron Hindi's in
tention to create a trust fund, which
will be administered by those gentlemen
"The trustees will attend to all the
details, carrying out Itaron Uirsch's
general plan of attending to the 'menial
and moral training of the Russian Jews.'
While the plans have not I men definitely
formed, I may say the schools which
we shall found will lie industrial and
agricultural, aud that the fund will be
used mostly in this way. We do not
propone to interfere with the American
public school system. Neither do we in
tend to assist, except in special cam,
Jews engaged in twiddling or like occu
pations. Our idea is lo make these peo
ple fur mors and artisans and good Amer
"I cannot emphasise too much tho
fact that the fund will be used to assist
liussian Jews only and such Russian
Jews only as have come to this country
within tlie last two years. We are al
ready receiving hundreds of applica
tions from other people. Neither will
any of the fund be used, under any cir
cumstances, to assist emigrants in oom
ing to this country. Huron Hirsch's
Idea was gained by personal exeri
euce tliut the majority of tlie liussian
Jews who come here are in very poor
circumstances and are deplorably In
need of both pecuniary assistance and
of training in the duties of American
Dlaeoverail lly Aonl.lmit Horrible Story
From Ruiitli America.
San Jiikk, Costa lilca, April 20. The
Press, of Varsovia, Colombia, contains
the horrible story that in the ruins of the
house of a woman named Skahiskl,
which was destroyed in a fire there, the
Hillce have discovered more than sixty
corMcs, forty infants aud tlie others,
young girls from I i to 13 years of age.
The woman was arrested, and is now in
prison, surrounded by a strung guard to
Tliraa Mhh Killoil.
jKFFRllftoNVti.l.K, Ind., April 20. A
premature blast at (greed's cement mill,
near Sellerslnug, eight miles north of this
city, killed thres men. K. V. Uvington,
Bahiuel T. ( bajiiel aud Thomas .lames
were hurled into the air with great
force, and wher. they alighted fully 100
feet from the scene of the explosion
their bialies were an unrecognizable
mass of flesh and bones. James was
foreman of the gang and was siieriii
tending the blasting. They were mar
ried aud leave large families in straight
A Tankae Hymlleata in Canattn.
Ti'Ronto. Out., April 20. A dispatch
from yueliec says that an American
syndicate has purchased a controlling
iiilcre' in nil the binding twine fac
tories of C anada, excepting one in On
tario. A Story or Mr. A.tor.
The following- story illustrating the
Afttor philosophy in money mutters is
told of tho Into John Jucob Alitor by
the man who was the other actor in
the scene. "I went to Mr. Astor," he
sn id, "with a business proposition
which (leiiiuiuled an investment of
1100,000 on his part While listening
to the plan he kept groping- and feeling
uliout on the floor for something he
seemed to have (Implied. hen 1 bud
finished ho Raid readily; 'All right
goon with tho affair; I'll furnish the
money. At Unit Instant a man en
tercd to tell liini thut one of his build
ings hud just burned down.
'That hntipens nearly every day,'
hosaid. wit h the utmost unconcern, und
went on finding about with great care
for that Koiiiel iiuur nn the carpet.
"I II uully naked him whut he had
" 'Vliy,' he said, raising Ills head
and looking ns woeliegoiie as a small
boy, 'I lropied ten conta here few
moments niro and I cun t find it. It a
man's buildings burn down, they are
gono and he enn't help it, and he Is
bound to let them go. Rut a man who
uulibenitcly throws away leu cents be
muse he won't tukn the trouble lo Und
it is not lo Im forgiveti.' Now York
A Ona Fyail Aaaamblaga.
Who that saw ran ever forget Judge
Itulcoiu s wide eyed aniarenieiil when
he beheld, entering one uftor another,
tho unique col lection of monocular
olllcers whoi'oiuoscd his famous "one
eye court'!'" A constable, an associate
justice, thn clerk and the crier beamed
affably upon his honor from out of
their solitary optics, and then in walk
ed Henry an Duter, Schuyler coun
ty' able, one eyed district attorney.
Iiated for a moment, the astonished
Justice closed first one eye and then
the other, to convince himself that bis
vision was still duplicate, and then,
arising, ohmiciI tho term with the re
mark that "th.B court will now enter
upon iu I u born with a single eye to
tho furtherance nf the business before
it," Kochcstcr Ileruld.
Altaian! Landa llalnf Ra-tllnrovarail.
Buch have been the changes of time
that much of the world Is still an un
known land, and we are now busily
engaged in discovering much that was
The valleys of the Missouri, Ohio
and Mississippi swarmed with people
engaged in business and agriculture;
Mexico lieu a population niucu exceeu
ing it present one; tho ruins of great
cities in Central America attest tu
former greatness, and It is certain that
Peru, under the Incas, waa Die teat of
a miirhtv civi izution. Australia, how
ever, has always been a sparsely settled
country. Uoldeu Uaya.
The Car of tha Feat.
lUn IllUliy I' MB lira a..,.-, " aw
.1.-1- ...... t.. ..II... .nlu II, nfllnoa
bllBir ll'tlt 111 Uiuni T. "i , a.. v.i.v
of the feet are not fairly appreciated.
1 ... i. I. ....!. uul 1,., in h luit
iJllli 11. W IIU.aruM w ... " -,
.1.. t . .. n.m.l nnaaa.
UIIII Ol HIV, HID. fcllw .M,i,a
thut those pores should be kept open,
1.1 l l ......
ailtl II1IS D.V lllw ngenuy l.i fJuio aawi,
ooarso Uiwel and frequent change of
UesiUes tlio teei ire nnignoors
. . tit. limit imwnra
lliorv I . -1 i 1 ' -u ..w . ,
and working forces of the body than
the nanus, ueucu an mo inure
ti.nv NJimlvn most courteous attention.
THE 8UN GOD.
I saw tha Maator of tha Sun. Ha stood
High la bla lumlnona oar, hlmanK mora brlshtr,
An Aronaror iniinaaauranio miKiit;
On hla loft ahoulder hung ulsqulvurod load;
Spurned by bla ateeda tha eaatorn mmuitalna
Forward blaaatrar aya and brow of lis-hi
Ha bant: and, walls both kanda that arch ant
bowed, Shaft after ihaft puraued the flylnp; niittit.
No wings profanod thut gotlllka furui; around
Bla aaok, hlgb bold, an ever moving crowd
Of looka bung glituirtngi while such porfeot
Fell from bla bowspring tliat th' ethemal dome
Thrilled as adaw drop; and euub paiwliig utoud
Ezpandeil, wbitonlug Ilka Uio oooun foam.
Auljruv e Vura.
LOVt AND DEATH.
Ona lolemn night ufxin my wuy
Death walwd. Aa my sUiia drew Hour
1 frit my btart grow chill with fi-ur
Aud cried: 'M, let me live my iluyl
"llio sunn ana globed In gold al e;
The world la-neath la fuir to sec,
Love bultda hla rosy wnwith for uio
it lot me live and die for love!"
Death enitlod and nod aud love waa mine;
Dot having love I would not die,
For love O, tenderest, etroUKest Uo
Makes h'a too heavenly to resign!
-F. U Htuulon Iu Atlanta Uonstltutloa.
fllK MINCESS LATOKA.
Marshall county, in the north of Mis
sissippi, contains a pretty little town
called Holly Springs. In olden times
in the glorious days before the war it
was often styled the Athens of the South.
Today, though a dear little place, where
a wealth of (lowers bloom and the far
famed mngiiulfa trees lift aloft their
stately blossoms of snowy whiteness and
tropical odor. It Is not what it was in
the storied days of tho "Old South."
Like many another place In the valley
of the gnat "Father of Waters," this
has a history peculiarly its own. The
woof and warp of tradition lond a charm
to even very commonplace localities,
and ever since the timo when the red
man owned nnd loved this vast region,
there have been legends and wonderful
stories connected with its ilelds and for
ests. And this Is the one which the stately
old trees that stand guard along the
broad walks of Holly Springs whisper
under their breath to each other during
the long moonlit nights when mocking
birds sing and give voice tu the shadowy
A long time ago there lived where the
town now stands a great Indian chief
tain. He had his wigwam here and
hunted through all the forests for the
graceful deer und huge liearthat abound
ed. It was a prelty wigwam tho old
chieftain had, all painted and ornament
ed with curious devices drawn in red
and blue paint by the hand of the young
princess, who, as she grew taller and
taller, was like a comely plant so the
old father said or like the graceful
young crejie myrtle trees t hat stood about
The days flew by and the young prin
cess was a child no longer, but a rarely
beautiful maiden. Her hair was dusky,
like the blue black smoke that curled
above the wigwam, and it swept aliout
her like tliu clouds when a storm is gath
ering, but tho large, luminous eyes thut
rivaled it in color were soft as the young
rose, and full of a light which seemed to
attract like a magnet all ukii whom
they rested. Her li8 were like the Hush
on the Maine hush for color und bright
ness, and her soft glistening skin was as
the chestnut when it is riK and ready
Very, very la-autiful was the young
Princess Lntoka, still she knew it not.
Yet a day came when, going witli her
father to the stream a few miles distant,
she gazed more and more upon the face
that looked back from ita waters, and
wondered ukiii the chango that she aaw
Then a timo came when, as she wan
dered under the grand trees, a new patln
seemed to thrill in the notes of the mock
ing birds that called to each other and
made much ado in the swaying brandies.
Eveu the scent of the llowers seemed
changed in u manner, to possess some
new essence, but she knew not what it
meant nor realized that a sense of loneli
ness had come into her life, that she
longed for companionship, and finding it
not felt, as never liefure, the all pervad
ing loveliness of nature, and discovered
with it a mistical kinship through the
song of the birds, and through the ex
quisite fragrance of the flowers.
Now mining the young braves who
camo lo her father's wigwam, who had
been wont to come since lirnt sin) could
remember, was the inulchlcssTullalioina.
brave In light, skilled in chase, envied by
all his brothers, adored by all the maid
ens. She could not look back upH.ui a
time thut Tullahoma was not known to
Now he, the II: ry, tho willful Tulla
homa, loved the maiden with all the
power of his ununited heart, ami only a
vow to the old chieftain hud kept him
from telling her so many moons ago.
"No, no." the old man said; "she is hut
a blossom but u half blown Mower; leave
her with mu in peace for yet twelve
moons. When I hey have waned, If she
will, thou uiayest take jluT to thine
own wigwam thai she-may le thy wife,"
Bo Tulliilioiua dared not tell In words
his love to the princess, but oftentimes
she found his coal black eyes resting
upon her iu so strunge a manner that
perforce she would rise and leave his
presence, w ould go out to hold commune
with the birds, with tho flowers, or to
watch the far ofl nture that was like
unto tome distant, ever changing hike of
She wondered, and could not explain,
that in these days alio felt afraid ot th
young chief. Homethiiig Hindu her trem
ble under his gate; something held her
back when she would have had speech
with him; something drew bor eyes
away when she would havo lifled them
to his face.
And now there camo ono day another
young brave with a baud of brothers to
hunt in the rich forests about iattoka a
home; he." father gave consent and they
followed the game for many week ere
time for departure was arrived. .
but the young chief Paula, tall and
supple of limb, strung und graceful as
the giant magnolias, sott of speech as
Die wind when it kisses their snowy
blossoms, he found other gamo In the
forest, in the wigwam where dwelt La
toka. He came, und his eye, durk and lu
minous as her own, rested ujiou her face,
then fell before its beauty! ho lifted
them once again; her lips parted and
he would have spoken, but something
neither divined what arrested speech)
they both were silent, but each looked
at the other for the apace of a moment,
then Paolo turned from the wigwam and
want away by himself Into tho forest.
Day passed, and coming and going he
taw tho maiden, und a great love and a
masterful, grew up Iu his heart.
Now, one nightfall, when tho young
moon hud just lifted her crescent ami
tilted it down toward the Utile path that
leu to tliu homo of Uitoka, i'aola drew
near the place and suddenly saw the
maid standing beneath a great tree; he
could not kno .v bet wit-ii the night and
her dusky tresses, nor discern where bur
robes mingled with tho shadows, the
light was so iineerliiin; hut through a
rift between tlw branches came a silver
shaft of radiance, and uplifted lo the
heavens was her face, und all the glury
of this light rested upon her countenance,
In soil tones she communed with her
own soul, und like xcphyrs fresh from
jasmine vines were her murmured words,
Paolu, the proud, the uuhle, would nut
spy upon her reveries, but tilcully draw
ing near, sUhmI before her in the light
and looked into her upturned lace.
One moment it was so; then be leaned
toward her and whispered, "Laloka,
She gazed at him with a strange won
dering luster in the marvelous eyes, just
for u second then answered simply, "It
is the will of the great spirit, I come.
With these words hIio paused, then hi
drew her to his lionoiii und folded nlxmt
her the strong, bravo urms that would
shield her now forever more.
Bo they siixid, and a lifetime was com
passed in tlie completeness of tho mo
ment. They heard not, they saw not,
they only knew each the presence of tin
Hut like a vile serpent ciiuie a wily
creature through tin., darkness, two glar
ing eyes rested upon the lovers, und uuick
us thought a poisoned arrow entered
their paradise. inged by tho craftj
Tullahoma it lluw on its mission, piercing
two hearts as one, and together they fell
on the cool musses.
One moment gave them the life ol
love, the next the lifu of death,
The Clival hpirit had loved these beatiti
fui children withu wondrous tenderness.
and just where they fell his tea is gushed
forth in two Isj.iutiful springs, who
waters soon mingled in a clear ami
sparkling slreuui. Iheii ho gave coin
uiund, aud lull, graceful holly trees, em
blem of undying love, si ailed into being
all aglow willi In-rries, IiIihhI tinted, like
their warm drops that hud stained tin
And these trees grew besid.. the water,
Olid the place was called Holly (spring!
by the braves, who soon Is gau to hold
their councils here, bo they did until
the pale faces came, and then slowly tin
red man wandered westward, leuviug
this legend to tell it.M-lf in the whisper
ing of the brunches and tlie murmuring
of the fountain that slid bubbles up neui
tho center of town. Men. phis C'oiuiuer
ciul. Mexican Clirteay.
Ill Mexico a group of lads from T to V
will meet, and each lsy will decoroush
lift his hat und salulalioiis of extreme
courtesy will Is) exciiunged, and then
comes tho boyish chatter, the run and
the laughter, the name as anywhere.
Hoys here treat their elders with respect.
An old man or woman in not the butt of
the youth of .Mexico: rather for the old
people are reserved tliu shadiest si-ulr
under the trees in the park. A Mexican
boy or girl on enu ring a r.sn-i walks
around umuiig the company, shaking
hands with till, and on leaving the r.Hini
din's the same. L'rUiiiity is taught in
the public hch a. Is, as ariibuietii! is at
home. Them in no one jostled on tin
street; the best seat in a horse car is
promptly given up to ladies, who nevci
fail gracefully lo acknowledge the favor.
I have never seen a .Mexican gentleman
fail to give his boat to a woman, whethei
she is richly or poorly dressed. Mexico
Women In the Caiiana Oftlro
III the census olllco there are already
250 women clerks, and by the first nl
June there will lie 1.0(H) more lidded.
Mr. Iiuln-rt P. Porter, thesuperinlcndciil
of the census, favors tho employment of
women. In a conversation he said:
"Taken by rooiuf ills, or as a class, 1 con
sider that women are con ietitioiis and
keep at their work with more imitation
than men. I uiu In dead earnest ulmut
the appointment of women, aud I find
nothing in tho law against employing
theui lis eninneratorH." In Mr. Portcr'a
oil Ice women receive thi'samo salaries a
men for eipial work. Sixteen hundred
dollars is the largest salary paid. Only
two ladles as yet receive that amount.
One of these is Mr. Porter's private sec
retary llinl stenographer. Wellington
A t'liologritpliiil Marvel.
After an exaisure nf thirty-three mill
utes, the aiiuiu instrument which rciulim
visible to the human eye slurs of the
fourti-cuth magnitude, which in the en
tire hen veus w ould register aliout J l.hno.
OOO of stars, shows lo the photographic
eye IIM.tKHI.IHS), and on nil e.u.Mireo(
one hour und twenty minutes would
throw la-fore the astonished gn.e of tlie
beholder a luminous dust of 4uo,ihhi,wu
stars. Never In-fore in the history of hu
manity has man possessed the siwerof
penct rating so profoundly into the depths
of the Infinite." New York Commercial
How lo Treat Talent lnithera.
All thut this leather needs is a little oil
alxml twice a week. The dirt should Is.,
carefully removed by a dampened sponge
and the shoe allowed to dry. Then ap
ply a few drops of Neat's f.niloil and rub
it well into the leather fur ubout two
minutes, and pulinh with a dry piece of
cloth. If there is any shlnn left this
firocess w ill renlnre II, Many people be
iuve that the oil so 'a the IhiUoiu of their
pantalisiiiH, but this is pot so if the work
it properly done. Uosnm Herald.
The growth of the nails on the left
hand ri(uircs eight to ten days uiore
than those on the right. The growth Is
more rapid iu child"en than In adults,
and goes on fiutl. r in summer than in
winter. Itreuiilres an average of 1112
days for tlie removal of the nails in cold
weather, an I but 116 in w arm w eather.
C'hlciig ) Titinv.
.ndlvH Hiive Tried It.
A number of mv Indv customers have
tried "Mnllicr's I'riciul." and would not
he without for ninny times ita cost. 1 hey
recotiniiciiil il to nil Who arc to become
mothers. K. A. 1'iiync, druggist, Crecti
Write llniillielil Regulator Company,
Atlanta, tin., lor piirlkiilnrH. lly nil
MRS. A. P.LallAHlH:
1.19 Pntton Avenue.
I'lrat-C'lnaa Hoard liy the ilny or month.
Terms mndc known nn application.
A Itaninrkabla Colored Muu.
On a pluuuuion iu Edgclleld county.
S. 0., lives u negro who is puzzlinguli
the peoplo in that Miction. jS'uuriy
every night, ubout liulf uu hour after
he gitos to bud, he enters into wliutup-
peura ww a trance, anil pivaclies a
sermon. Ho is ipulo illiterate, but
without a bonk und with his eye
cioscu, ne iukch a text wincli by rcr
erenco lo tho liiblu is found to be cor
rect in chapter, verse and wording.
Ill these trance sermons bo uses better
language than ho does in ordinary
oou vernation. I'll i luilul pi i ia Ledger.
Why Johnny Woe Soul to lli-d.
Johnny's Mother (coiilinuing to
read) "But tho stubborn uniinuT re
fused togou slop-further, whurciipon
its muster bout it so severely that it fell
to tho eai-tn, its brculh coining in
quick, short punts." Ocur me,- that was
terrible, wusu't it, Johnny lie might
havo tried kindness.
"Yes," responded Johnny, "or a
trousers stretcher." ,
"Trousers stretcher I"
"Why, yes; for those quick, short
A Long VtuiU
Mrs. Do Rumpus (with glittering
eyes) I've just found out thut you
bought mi expensive dress pattern ut
Silk & Co.'s u lew days before, (Jhrk.tr
Mr. Do R. Y e s, in' dear. It was
for you, but I didn't wunt lo be sent
back to exchungu it for some other
shitilo, or weight, or width or soino
tliiii";, and I've been waiting for u
chujico to linil you iu good humor be
fore presuming it,- The Now York
U'hut rrompted Her.
Rev. Dr. Primrose- God will re
ward your having deterred your Lus
Lanil from lighting tiiut duel. It wusu
true Christian uct.
Mi-s. Saintly- Yes, my Uusbaud is
uu awful bud shot. Epoch.
The Creat Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming Ono of America,
ma m: u Y sn:ciAt. I'Iukkss-tiikdust
Cocoa is of supreme impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houtcn's litis fifty per
cent, more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
Van Hoy ten's
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der it easy of digestion, and,
at tlie same time, the aroma
is highly developed.
VAMIIirTrN SrorOA ("oncntrli-d.
alway hmxI J i 1h i-liliiitliliitH),MlU-IiIq
C'hcmii, lnvnlMl. iif niftl und
mullein llollunil.aml i to-lay l-ilwrntl
irntm Wii'.f- iIibti any of ih n'itnfT"u Imitation-.
In fact, a romjtnrailvA im will easily
pro-, thai mi hr t ' ttiiuaU t h m iimrfr'
fn an lull i lny, aimi-nhlo tt anil nniritivti
ilualitifA. ' I,ftftt Nile fn tho world." A "It
for aV Hot'Tt.N'aiid take liuiillicr. ii
Bermuda BctliGc'. !
"loti itiiul it-ii (ii llcriuiHtn. If
nn ilo mil I tiill imf l.i i .m.ii.
Uit i;.r i .tc fiii-.i'.iH'.i.. "tint,
i.m'lor, I rnn mt .r.l tii'tthrr tin
1 1 nil nor nn mof'." "Urii, 1
nun ih imponMllilr, li)
Of fURC NOHWECIAN
COD XWjS-H. oil.
I fitnrlliiii'4 fit ii Ii ..'riimilu Hot
I It'll. 14 1.1 U1V.II l'HM'-.l
I liavr ' n'1 Ii: i.n.1 he
it'ltmitnxi' i ' 1 li.i 'it- nit M'ti .
llvi MniiiM?: r:i:t t:-v It. lnutlier
ttilnir ttfiirti cMttriM nth. it i flic
Mi.iiil ir,.v fii'tip' )'t .c tit flu lly
imfiIii. .'!i it s oli'i-U It i4tiiniiw.
ion flml it t;ir Mile nt )mtr
I'ritioi. tl' it'll ' Mtu wcl I lie
IIHV 1 tl I V
TO WEAK M
Bn(TrltiR from iwta ;tmhful nrntra, irly
dtH-ny, waAiiniTWt'Akni'Rtt, lmt niAi.iiHi, ntr l ill
rtiil a Ttluabln trrtlrtflrirni1 'li cntitAliiltiit full
pArilrulara for homo euro. FWE5' olmrA, A
l1inlil uiintltal wurk : alioiilitl't' P'hiI t- rvry
luui who ia Uurvoim tlt-l'ilnalc J, Atdln
rruf. lc C FOHUUl, .flootlun, touiu
111 K laAHiil.M AMI I Hi ST lijll ' Ivli
Till. MM TH.
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATOHIbl
II. C. WoUcrc ik & Co.
C'SWri.TIn i llHMIHT AMI MIMMl KMHN KltH
Anul ' o' Mt t'iN, tin I'imiI or C-'ki-. Mln
ITill WdlU'N, 1'i't I iltxrt'M, I'll".
I'lilCK LIST ON AI'I'I.K'ATION.
Mltilnc lirntit rt v luitimitiil. ilcM-ltipt'it.
Il MlfcllK fill' I Wll'l.
CM r'fiMlttU IHT -H'lit'Mi ll.
Snntpli a nm U- in l.v until r i'Mutm I
acnl li ri-ri1" t linri," i t it it t t irc'tnlil.
mnin wiiiitnl in fvtr
I 'IV II (
II c WtH.1 CtilTK,
M mid t'tr
r.illlor Ashrvltlc I't'lrtn
Thul Mir mntiv liii'intw nuiv know U wi
art' Kcttlmt nn v will lit If tltit we totk Ii
In llotfl mu. Sum'
$9,000 In ' Ive WcckNi
Tonk In lnHt StitiiMlnv over f?i0. f 7fl nt
lluil wiia liuUil, liitlntur alurv. lintel rXKti-U-rrd
aft tlint iluy llinl (I, into iit'tlviit In
ft munthx. uii Mt t k tn mfnimnth Huo feel
Innu nml 1ft left w'lle. Tell lh Itn'niuif o'
tlie worlfl In ciiMii1 Ht'il "Old I'lieil" Minlle
nnd tuy ftnoilH nl 11a itml unve HI to aft jm-i
novlrtdlf H. M. ClltdiftftTfttt tt MO
NltW imi.li, eardnlly irrinriil hv lend
Ink tm-tnliertt of the Atthevlltr bnr ion
mient pnrehnient nnd henvy flnt tfiMTl, cor
cHittf nil netvaaiiry fioltita, ,nnt nut mid now
nn unit nt the iW ul thr C'itiikn iM'ni.imi
1 no Co. No. H North Court Kqanrc -f,an1t
a.-' t t' 1
tr i, a
Hnlli tho method mill results when
Syrup of FijfM w liilicn; it is pleasant
ami refhv hiiiM; to tlio tusto, and acts
'enlly yot promptly on tlie Kidneys,
iver nml Jiiiwels, cIchiiscs the Bys
teiu ellcclinilly, dispels colds, licad-
tcliis ami levers nml cures habitual
eim.-tii'iitioii. Svrim of Fics is tlio
inly remedy ol' its kind ever pro
luced, iilcnsini' to tlio taste aud oc-
ceiialile to tho sloiuucli, prompt in
nn ncieiii iiini iruiy neiieuciiti iu its
cH'cets, pivimreil only from the most
healthy nnd iireeiiblo tuhstances, its
niiinv excelleiit iiiulitieg coinmeiiil it
to till iiiul Ii ue made it tlio most
popular ivinc-lv known.
Syrup of i'ies is forsiilo in 60o
anil $1 1 11 it ties hy nil lenilitip; drug-
isi-. iinv iciuinio (iriiL'L'ist, wiio
niny nut have it on IihiiiI will pro-
euro it promptly for any one who
wisiics i'i try 11. uo not accept auy
ciurcfini ns syrup co.
Stri UtAliCISCO. cut.
tU(.S Hut .t.i. M iV tORK. M. Y.
VALUAGLE CITY PROPERTY
I OK SALICt
ty virtue T ti tit In rit y vented III (aenevlcvc
li. - oiiiint ly 11 certiiin died hi tnit exei-uted
I .v T. I. him . 1 ! U r a. d li. A VntiUiliU-r,
lintt-'l tin- la'Mli ilfiy nt ,hme, A. 11. 1 kn7, und
rriMt n d tn ilu KtpiKUr'mtticenl' Ittineotnlic
e iimi in ll- i.k In, f.74.; anil liv virtue
ni' auilmrit y vtftnl in W. W. liiirmtrd hy n
ivfiiiii dii 'l ft n.iitl T. I. Ymiiiiltk-r iirif hiN
'.Til wite ilnted 1 et. 1 I-. 1S7, nnd nuiMtered
in Kt yiMti ol'iet ill llonk lid, utiue4!IK,
l"ii (In r wit h n d elntntloii .f lrut of the
niilW.W. Il.titrttl 1le.l11n.-d thcreiu tinted
tieinin r V7, 177. mid rvKisti red in itnifl nthev
in ll. -k l nt iiMH tai't mid deedw in truat
nl piii-e I -..; mid Ity n ei rtitiil ntherdeetl from
Hi m.hI r. 1. j.iii'.i'di r und hisaaid wife tu
s.-rd . W. Until. inl dated OetnlnT 2tl,
itn I uvi liivil in haul ntl'ux in Hook
''t. 1 t' Ktlur w iih n declaration of
trul i.i a it thti on (y the Miid W. A'. lturn
.-inl :l:iinl ih- ltt day ol netnlurr, A. It.
1hh7, mi. I r mistered in fa id nllire hi llonk 11
't iiiiitiK 'i.' ami ilte.iH oi trtit, imue H7;
nnd liy wrtiu- i T aiillititity vested in J. A.
i on. uu I y a eiitiiiti deed in tnmt tieeuted hy
' Iu httid 1 . I. Viniidldtr and hia aatd wile,
dttt'iltl.e taieiiial day of NvemlH'r, 1 K7f
and reP.i-ti reil in -nnl ulluv in Hook of mort
i:iiiit" i;id tittds in i m-1 No. 1 1, iinjje 470,
h we. I - lit v it t tit ot any mitliorily hr niny
h. ne hy teii-'tt llu dud ia tniM tii at oliovc
i. H niu-ii' 'i, .tin sh.I 1". I. v mil liitkr nuil wife
liax invc l-iit 1 in p;i.v tlit tnnniea aeetiretl hv
.;nli ii.itMiy nl tUvil in trut nnd
deed ai d dei l; r..tion of trim l thereon ae
ti.r.iin: I-. iN.ir -t i ral m u naiona, ami the
aid liu-'.'. Ii.'iviny iif ed llllionu them
elvi a-- li ti-e piii'iniea nf the vnrioua
'! 1-1 ii'ir il jui'l iih lo i:c proiHT diviaiun
I the I'I'hvc n of tlie Hale of the
n'i li rti:i Utr d Mff'l.ed i, thf an id tietie
vu ve K v on mt and tin a.cd V. W. Ita rnn rd
and tin o.iitl j. A. C n nl, irtiMeea in wiitl
ieida in l, innl dt edt mid ihelarniinua nf
tin-.; ilniv ii. wii. -el at puhiie aiution for
a-lit'l'la uu Ih ni- tloor ill the eity of
X-hiuli .tl t U' ieh U tn. oolite :tlHtd-;.vof
l a . A I 1 i i . i .iiMi iiii'ee or iniri el of
lanti tu il.et.t. ! A-he ille. eounty of itnn
..ii.i... i- -I t; . i .. iili ':nliiiii, on the
i.intli -nil ci i i..lt.'1'i.tr.Tt, mid on the went
-dd i 'I p i fjfa i -lieei , tin hidinu the elegant
hiii k it-i ii 'itt ni.rt oi'i iiiitil hy na iil T. 1.
Vaiilll.i r, aim ' he I ahU a and aeveral adjll
nit li-ir- '.n i oi it. hoiunied ua lollowa: uu
tlii iioi.h v ct'i ian'.iul, on the eaat hy
liaiilii Kttaii.oa tiieoiuh hy liaule aireet
nid rti l!ie we-l hy llie.iail lot und the A. T.
laiil ni l"t. ii' W l'a.l:a Al the aame tittle
ami I'hue tin V . VV. Itariimd will aell ut
pui'lie ,nn ti"H t--r ea-h a lare hit til houae
hold and kiti Ia n iiirnitiire tinder the author
it oi llu iIki! iioin iai.l Vauiitlder ittnl wile
lo Hart. aid hr-al and alme inentioiied and
llu ii . l-i r;i 1 1. ii oi iru-t Hindu thereon uu
nloluid Mati li 1n.iii.
illiMA li K.CtiXANT, Trnntec.
J. A N. NT, TriiMter.
W. V. H. U..K1, Tl tiatec.
mar I'I !' til
"bUGUIES, CAhHIAULS, BLACKSM1THING.
To the oitfreitx of AMlu ville nnd vicinity I
Would auiMiutit'e that al my ahotm onCnlleue
illu l. next to Woodl.tiry'Matahlea, 1 am lift
ter pit-part ! than eer lo do work In mj line.
a i;oti . r-tiL'un and Carrintfea nutnufaet
or ti. IV )ait mu and h irM'-.hoeinK nrr ape
eeilliea, i.iio jr tet aalilaeli.itt guaranteed.
My woikitieii are eK riiiuvd und akilltuIuuU
tn t li.n Kti ate moderate.
iiov.l .1 It. IH KSHTTB.
Tr.lt nn triors vnlMf
x. Mm DoitKina'niiniaana
nrlitt nrn Tiiinti on tha
tKiiloio. If Ho dealer rmmot supply Ton.
aetul direvt lo faciory ucloaluB Mvartuaa
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLIMIN.
moor Vi ntcrlirooft
Flue rair, ireaT suaa uraia na wmmm
li..ai l lit, vrnrlA. Vtnmln tila
n.oo ia;t I
ei.ini ii i nil
H.00 IKMI'INK II ANII-SIOW Kl MIIO,
An nimlit In C'uiiiiniM, Rutton an.
$3&$2 SHOES iollU.
t.lS HHOK FOB MINNRS.
Wlaat MMtvrlal, llaal Htrla. FIIHaSt
. 1 UAia-laa. Bracktva. Mama. tU Hr
IIISRItING & VEAVER.
I J uv-'V'jTJVUiuviAJVirurin.
II J '1L "