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LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886.
big job of Clothing
A DAUGHTER OF JACOB.
"Tho cursojs upc, un, OJ?, W.H. la mo
Md lll,l0," - ? pott mo .san
outcast. Father, u yo? K.an.|
there wri pi < ,i m iM,,: ,,y w
not KO it nh sud !?i.. ii'voir i0IUl
How ' could slam! mi l MI
DOt KO K.l.h luid H their .,. r J9h,
, ' 1 ? ?aild ?Oil KUulo Upon
hom BS they writhed mm,,- .1... whist
?B?.?iitUnglH8h, | ,V llat0| js0
and ho;*p bmominj upon mo. i_i
S*10T ! !; . di H . m, ,or ol Jacob.
>. me yo? ""nib? Dojouhear
.ou, n o nd ifni creal uro.
ll< ? ?. t entity "f tho t g r
. i now : -.e ; UKHI lhere m
ihneon : , of tho money.
.".J" "'At ?'? !' race WK .. ?low
W,U| 1 ' very i i ?ind m tn IP ot her
Wt*rl ;. nam quiv wi [, jMusion.
tho .11 ... .." rivi ? 8ool0 nm\
ten, wu nWi-rd H ? >. ,w the snow
drina on .i ;.. r?i . .. " , ,,H ,loUow
Oheet, i tia-d Lia ,r. .":... ? hand, com
mending tho girl to ,,. B,|WI| whUo
fn:: . tra
? ? ^ ? KHi( Minoring
' ' - ... x. ... "f,?.n
. ; lau ni. .ti ihn blow
fpuv "in hi Hg? ny. Wu
never (or^et a wron ; we n vcr forgive
an inj :.v. Von, ,,,y i h?ld. aro a daugh
ter ol Jacob. In your vein? conven Ibo
Mood of kingn, The poor, pi ted, fee
Me, pale lilics-dnughlerH bf the Chria
Wons-?houI Ix. bm ",? faim ,"vs 0f
moon ll -i t, lights l<> \, ?"? nwny nu I van
lah ri-hen you, >i;o glow ng, -eic: Haling
?uri's ray, sweep nlli'vurl them, Tia)
Mo? of the down is di .. . und a-hen he
roars tho sons of mau li >m ile. Be, then,
not the queen, the li";-.'. | mir in ; tigress,
but tho deadly robi n, lor in the Kling of
Uio smoothly gliding mp. nt il?.- Lane
sod poison of fatality,"
As tho aged Jew spoke the- zirl
.Touched lower and lower. The fuint
rustling of her dress and the de >p
broathed words of her father were tho
only sounds thai broke the ominous,
painful silence of tho ullloo.
The crimson bars ol light from tho
colored globes fell upon tho crouching
girl's faco, adding warmth, lire, to tho
surge of hate lind swopt over I . e
beauteous features. The thin nosh ils
quivered and tho veiled browe Ihr? bbed
aa she pressed her hands convulsively to
her honving bosom and listened, hun
grily, greedily drinking in each word
Wut foll from her fat lier'? M'HI.
"And tho cobra Btingn lo the death?"
"To the dea'.ii. ever, always!"
"And .ho lion?"
"Not always kills-"
"But mangles. Yen, mangles the vic
tim. Deprives him of hi-, beauty, causes
bim to hate, despite) and louth.- himself
aa he sees in the ^U.-,? the ruin worked.
I will I.- iii- hon."
Tho firl aros,, wini composed features
and ?motions in subjection. She had
made up her mind what Bho should do.
She would mangle her victim. She
weald not ly? tho cobra. Tho (aUil sting
wool I smart for au instant and toen all
would bo over. No; ?he will not he the
COhrs. ?She will play tho i>a t of the
lion. Her victim shall bo mangled. Ho
shall seo his possessions pu/is trout him.
Ho shad hate tho day he was ever horn
na ho writhes un.ter the sharp, white,
cruel teeth of tho lion.
"Ixive blinds you, Rebecca."
"Love lifts tho neales from my oyes,
father. 1 do love him. That you know.
I love him as woman never before
"Sh, my |Mxir chil l, it is in tho blood.
Tho maidens of our nure love all or
naught in naught. There is not the
gentle breath of consideration to cool
tho lava stream of (Mission. It i? a part
of tho cms.?. A part of the curse!"
nm old man turned away, took a
small lamp from tho sido br?cket and
loft tho room.
It wai now late. Rebecca covered
tho lire in the grate, fastened tito door
sud windows, lighted A wax candlo^put
.ut tho lamp light and *. "iit up to her
ohamber. No sloop greeted th? beauti
ful creature's eyes. She chose her des
tiny from the clear sky above her as she
sot there with her anns crossed upon
thu witid .w Bill leading the stars.
? * * * ? * ?
"And voil would borrow 150,0007"
Tho words fell in clear-cut tom s of
irony from the < ld Jew** white bearded
"Yes; no les I, no more. Can you let
me have thc HU III '<"
"And the security ?"
"My estate, I* that iuitleioiit?"
"lt would be if-"
-Wnll, if what?" interrupted tho
young maa aa an angry (lush
passed ovci his face. His v. ry BOtll re
volted at I hi J tt?k. Ile hated, despisod
all Jtiws, lt sickened hun to .-land hero
ai this mail's morey und answer dis
"My dwar young man. It is a largo
mai. I eau not let you have it Uldosi
you give ins better security than year
aa ta ts."
"Explain your moaning, old man.
I did not i onic hero out of mere hu
mor. Basilios* ?* niy tank. Will you or
will you not give mo thc sum?"
Then 1 will go further. Old Isaac
win glvo mo what I require,"
"hmso I? pouted; ob, excuse me, I did
not intend to causo you worry."
"What dois* Isaac know'," asked tho
young man as ho leaned forward.
"Ho knows what I know-"
"And that UP"
That your catato is iucuinhered now
beyond ita vuluc. My dear young man.
I would not lend y?11 one dollar and tako
security against your estate."
"1 know that you. gambled away last
night the last nero of ground you onco
owned; mind, I say onto owned. You
/ can go. I lend you not one dollar."
Every drop of blood within Herbert
Lancaster's veins turned lo lava as tho
old man bofore bim uttered the fort?
gono words. Then an loy current .seemed
to surge through his heart aa ho re
called the fact that every word uttered
was ti..- truth.
His honor is at stoke. That debt, the
. result,,Ute outcome of n gum?- of card*
mtwtmamm ?mmmkm?ammmam ?mi
must l e paid, or in ono week's time Iiis
n u . would be tossed froto month to
ii ?nth among the high-toned club asso
"My (I id, n- ui I .un in troulile. Can
you .. int out no way of escape? You
hive assisted nie before, What shall I
"lt is a debt of honor, is it not?"
"Y s," angrily responded Lancaster.
"It must lie paid."
"Ami shall he paid."
"Ah! you give me hopo," broke in tho
young man, clutching, ns a drowning
man doos, at tho one, solitary straw.
"I, sir, am a Jew. A Jew is despised, ;
hated, au object of scorn in the (?yea of
Bitch men ns you. Mr. Lancaster. Hut
you and your associates do not scorn to
beg money of a Jew in your timo of no
o .-itv. I have often Iud ped you to
menus in times nemo by. Mr. Lancaster,
your sisters nre proud, vain, haughty
women of tho world."
"Old man, what iiave my sisters to do
with your loaning money?' interrupted
tin- other, failing to catch tho drift of
the old Jew's meaning.
"1 have a daughter."
"And a deuced pretty girl, too, rho in.
She is the rarest-"
"Never mind the rest, my dear young
num. 1, who have watched her daily,
know her graces and her virtues. Her
bei t Lancaster, your Bisters have insulted
"Von astonish me," broke from the
young man's lips.
"It is tlie truth; not once, but ninny
(tinea have tin y heaped their irony and
abuso uiion my daughter. Itehecca ie a
sublimo creature; too sublimo for her
peace and comfort. Your sisters, ladies
bred though they be, stoop to insult the
despisod daughter of a despised Jow."
"1 will speak to them."
"You will say nothing to thom about
it. if you please. Herbort Lancaster.
You want 150,000.''
"Yes. 1 must have it,"
"1 lo you know of any one who will
lend you such a sum of money?"
"ND one, since, as you say, it is
known that my estates he encumbered."
"Think well before you answer my
\A< question," said the old Jew, as he
leaned slightly forward and fixed his
eves upon the young man's face.
"1 have answered your question. 1
know of know one to whom 1 can ap
ply for assistance."
"Rebecca, my child, a Jewess, tho
daughter of Jacob, oneof tho proscribed
race, loves you."
Ha l tho old Jew plunged a dagger
into the other's flesh it could not have
startled him more. His blood boiled one
instant with rag?, the next instant Iiis
veins felt like threads of ie?> binding his
entire being in a network of horror.
And then he became more composed and
?us heart felt a subtle thrill, why ho
could not readily tell.
"I--you Hatter nie-"
"No hollow words, young man. Yo i
came here for business. Business it nhall
h" from the word. 1 will loan you $o0,
000. Stop! 1 will give von $50,000 as a
wedding gifl. Is my meaning clear?"
l! the old Jew's words were wrapped
in mystery before they ate plain now.
Tiie Jew would sel! his d.nighter.
Marry a daughter of a Jew? Horror!
It would cause ii sensation of more than
seven days' duration. His proud,
haughty sisters, what would they tlo?
How would they peet Ve their brother's
"You must he mad!" fell from Laucas
"More sane than you think. I will
tread upon om* of the cardinal edicts of
our church teachings. 1 will stand hy
and see my child, a Jewess, a daughter
ol Jacob, bc joined in matrimony with
a ( ! bristian."
"in other words you would give $50,*
(IOU to see your child marry a man you
can not help but despise?"
"Well, yes; if you look tit it in that
"Rebecca, what of her?"1
"She is here," said the old Jew, ns a
tap fell on the Moor, followed by the
entrance of tho beautiful gul.
Tho girl of the Orient waa in
the depth of lier superb OVOS. Upon her
damask cheek bbl tiled tue roses of pur
est, most pei feet health. Her lips, full
ami red, seemed formed for lover's
kisses, they Wi re M.I soft, plump and in
viting. Prom her regal form depended
richest folds of velvet and on her half?
bared bosom rose and fell the grandest
single jewel in Hie city. SllOglidcd OVOr
thc door liku some Juno creature of
light and glory. Hut when her eve t fell
upon Herbert Lancaster she became asa
timid child whoso breath comes convul
sively when in the presence of Home ho
ing above, higher, beyond earth's gods.
"Rebecca, my child, approaoh me."
Tho girl drew near in responso to lier
fnHior'a words. Her eyes were veiled
witli tho dark, silky lashes, but her
throat, face and bosom were wann with
tho ricli blood rushing thr nigh tho
"My child. Mr. Lancaster has asked
me for your hand in marriage.
A gasp fell from tho young luau's lips.
lt was echoed by on? deeper from tue
What a grand, ciqiei-hiy beautiful
woman slio was. Lancaster felt that
such a lovely creature should ?bare a
knight's throne. And boro she is-bis.
Hut she is a Jewess. His vain Misters,
bi I proud, haughty friends would acorn
iiim for marrying lier-a daughter of
"Mr. Lancaster, you niako take- your
Intended lu ido by the hand. You may
kiss her brow and-now you may g<>.
No, not another minute. Qo. Leave
mc and my child alone."
Out into tho chill night alf Lane-isle,
went like a being bereft of senses.
What waa this strange power that lbw
Woman, a Jewess, had over him? When
he touched her lian i a groat flood of
warmth seemed to pervudo lila entire
being. And when bo prcssod bia lips to
ber hot, smooth hrow lui boort Boomed
bathed In tho buoyant intoxication of
Why did ho not have tho will to re
fute tho old Jew's words? Surely ho
had not asked tho man for bis daughter's
band. Ho carno to borrow money. Re
becca i tho lovely, tho grand, loved him,
nod a beaven Beemod re vealed to Her
bert Lancaster ns bo stood there upon
Ibo great bridge joining two great cities
nnd gazing upon tho Hitting lights bo
The beauty of tho girl, tho surpassing
grace, the grand form, tho veiled eyos,
ad, have combined and won him.
"lt bocca, your beauty won. You
shall avengo your wrongs. His vain,
proud, haughty sisters shall ho humbled
to the dust."
"Father, I do not understand."
"H i! you shall-"
"Did ho ask you for my hand?"'
"He asked me for $50.000."
"Tell me what all this means. I toll
you again I do not understand," littered
tho girl as ehe laid her hand upon tho
old man'* arm.
"His sisters, the white lilies thal grow
palo and languid by your rich, Oriental
beauty will l?o humbled. Herbert Lan
caster will receive his $50,000. You
will he avenged for the wrongs and in
suits you havo suffered."
"You have Kidd me !"
Tho words fell like darts of ice from
tho lips which had turned ashen in an
instant. She woe a marble image now.
All that was left of the semblance ol
life was the rich coloring of her robes a?
idio stood lhere in the lamplight.
"Sold me like a slave !"
"Rebecca, don't, child. Composo your
self. My dear, you do not understand,
What do I care for fifty, thrice fifty
thousand dollars? You will walk ovei
the proud women w ho have insulted
"Bul what of mo ?"
"A daughter of Jacob will hear tin
great name of Lancaster."
"And that is all ?"
"Is it not enough ?"
"Yes; quito. Good night."
Rebecca moved out of the room me
chnnicnlly. Her limhi seemed like ice
Her heart-it was broken.
* ? * * oe?
"You havo rome for your money?"
"No; for my bride. Thc money I bav?
f ? ired elsi whero. Last night you pro
se i u ed t<i mo my future wife, lt wn
sui terfuge last night. This morning ul
i-* fair and above beard. 1 love you
"And yon will become ono of us?"
"1 teil you I lovo your daughter,
will becomo anything-a beggar fo
"I never dreamed that men of you
race knew what love was. I will cal
li? OCOCK." It seemed an age before th
old .!. v r tarneit. Herbert Lanc.ist .
wes in tire meshes of H passion Bitch ti
few men dream Of. let alone real:/ I
Thc face ot tho gi: I was his sun, no
voice was as tho breeze of heaven tun
ber ev, ...er.'? the stars in his faire*
Hummel S lay's Sky,
"LORI I L'Mtj Oh, Qodl She is lost!
? rieil Ihe > M Jew as h<- loitered th rou ?
the doorway and iel! ujurn the itoor t
: unen '.- r'p- feet,
' ?.;.? i's pa ko. Tell me; what is th
. i..i Sr" A thin, white, trembling hail
... a i from ibo prostrate form. I
i- .nus: ihroug.h tho doorway.
Ibiheri lashed up tho stairs, push?
. . ie tte. crowd <?f trightened servant
. - ute rod the room.
I i . rosos hud lied nnd the rounde
. , celts were waxen. A faint, litigeriii
? ?..o? u smile parted thu Hps, niv
..s icu and cold. OllO bared arm Wi
i \ . di i; tho other lay under tho beaut
tit muss oi j -t hair.
Upon tho left bosom glittered in t!
pa morning light tho jeweled hill ?
. i. Orien ni dagger. Tho daughter ?
J. ? nb wea dead.
lt? ri tort Lancaster left the house?
..is' witii his heart in sorrow an
anguish, His friends in after yea
lYoinlored at bis changed domcntio
N ?ne km v.- of tho tragedy of his lif
1held u us 80crcd.- H. ll. Kuller I
New Yolk Mercury.
aim flablt of Goo?! Itreatitlng.
Tight dressing, though the most ser
us hindrance to good breathing, is n<
he only obstacle, There aro carolei
ways of sitting or Bianding that draw tl
ihoulders forward and cramp th" ches
mid it is as hard for the lungs lo do got
work when the chest is narrow and COI
stricte.I as it is for a cloaely-bnndagl
hand to set H copy ?>f ? lear, graceful pei
turin diip. Then then' aro l.t/.y ways <
breathing, and one-sided way? ofbreatl
lng, and tho particularly bad habit ?
breathing through tho mouth; Now tl
nose was meant to breathe through, ?ii:
lt is marvelously arranged for lille
lng th" impurities out of th" air and fi
changing it to u suitable temperatura f.
entering the lungs. Tho mouth hus i
inch apparatus, and when air is BWfi
lowed through the mouth instead
breathed through the uose, it has an i
jurions effect upon tho lungs.
A story is told of au Indian who h.
a personal encounter with a white nu
much his superior iu size und strengt
ami who waa asked afterward if ho w
not afraid. "Mi* never afraid of int
who keepi his mouth open," was the ii
mediato reply. Indee? , brcuthlng throuij
die mouth gives a loutish and weak 0
pression to the face, u; you may . . I
watching any one asleep with t o mon
lt may bo noted that an antumic,
low condition of the blood is scldii
found where there i s ail OStOb?Bhed hal
of full, deep breathing with the mou
A Pointer for Statesmen,
Demosthenes was asketli "What
the first requisite t0 success in a pub!
speaker?" His answer was, not as
BU al ly given, action, but "The power
moving others." tie wv.s asked, "WI
i* the second requisite?" His ans?
was: "The jsiwer of moving other
Again ho was asked, "What is tho th!
requisite?" Ht ill lils answer was, "T
power of moving others." Ad ion oft
repels others from us. Whether h
teacher or public H|toakor. the humor
answer of tho greatest of Orook oral
will stand ns tlio expv'sion of n gr?
trutli, that tho Beeret O? success is i
action, but tho power of moving ollie
Persons who have any tendency
pulmonary disease should make th
WHAT IS IT TO THEE.
TwaA a wtn.T 415-, ni*1 white with ?now;
I s.;r: a little. :TI???.1 part the wtudow go.
With ii bri, Ul, bright hood. ?i> i a faca fahr t>W)
But w li?t wa* lt to nus?
VY>r I A IKI>- that looked t-hnjUKh Ura |[1M?,
Ar.'l ll >*.! <! to ao tho litttr maid
With tiwi ecarlft hood nod fri.ica of fur
And tr hat woe k to bor?
Th wluter: tb? white mow ia now avalai
i . '. . ?iii .-. woman on t look through t!io pam;
Mayhapltkc the s wool hooded maid le ?he
But ?hal (K it io thee?
- J an; r-B Vila Blak?.
HOW WASHINGTON tNTl'.RTAINLO.
I.ectwrln?; Htf. SI eward on Che f:i!U ?1
Cxteavnc?noe~1 lie 1'li>*l Sitad.
Gert. Washington entertained very
freely . -foro bc lav,; ni? president, and
UK; IT?lil: of 100 oowu waa not enough to
suv lae '.-?.'.'.?- KM ! at ha: Mount Ver
il botm?. Rc wat? .? ?te economical i:i
tl..- n*. iiacemont ?.f hie j r?-.i audi J tabl*.
a*>d Geo! .< Weahingt .?.. Juri.e < Uidis re
lates ho* . .,.?-.< ly li . !.?* .H: ?- ' his Steward
r.n ,'.?. evils of ext.. .agatice hi l?....r.
ever IV expense KCCOU I*?, which lie ..: . u
hiry prc rait (0 ilia? v. i ly. TheKtewnrd
wa? u unc? by tire ia . . ?f Frau noes, who
lovorl Washiu rion i . and who had
a high iden of tire 1:. .'. IK* should main
tain. At tl?? end of . . ii weekly 1 *o4.ure
llO would gt? O?T er; . .- j pond i .;c
areer; mort, iv. at she Kaine ti..:?' he
would ritui . r: "We? lr?? ?ruy iii ch .. ...
...?if lie ?:..L Vtd wi .* ?IC in lb.* ::
...it cud i tm !.:- -.. -.v... : est.;.:?
ment i'...'.S In1 ? ' 'Iii I ? uh the ?<.-> t Ihtj
wmJe/eenntry < ! ui'.ord. " !
Fred leal '< /tu hiiij??.on wes a great lover I
cf (Uh. He fclwuya tito codfish ea S mun
day while i?" waa ibo executive, to com* i
plhoerd Kew. England, whee flailing in- j
cu?--tn ii thi<4 tim?1 :.*i much mers
iac,io." ' | ..ri in il* ece?iomv than i.
dees now. CVrtc.it - I.u..;l.uid ladles,
; of Pldlsdel|ihia, Who hud a special way
. of ?.?.. :hag cor.;.:., wcie ftOCU!. tooled to
sen. Uhu enough f<S' .? on this dav j
o? ever; y.-tn-i. ?hot won! I wrap ii u?- j
i ia clothe us Kxiti ?ni it waa U lien from the |
fire aud hurry it <iT U? the president's
. house, so that it Kiri ved bot a.i though
. from his Ovvn kitclu tl.
One February L\rge rhnd ^-as caught
in ihr IKIJ.*. . re in u Ivauce of Ute season
and ?.. .'?- brought \uU ' tnarkot. Franc ce-.
: ??w il. and, rc. ai-?'-ss cf cont, at o.?<.
i* U]KCI it for the president'e table.
, When h *.-iit? brought into the dining
itv m Washington, noting ita sa vor j odor,
"Wliat fish is t !\-\<v'
"A r!.t-d!" rcjilied Frauncce, excitis?ly,
"H vor^ ?ine r.)ia< 1 ! 1 knew your excel
lency wwi ovtravsgantly fond of li i-i I .'..
r-;;d waa BO fort?nate a-; to procure tl.Ls
n-e> if. the market-a soLlaiy o.ifs, r.ir,
>^:C! ti-* ?'Vt Of tho BOAS Ott."
"The prie?, fir: Th? prier? Thi
[?:.'?.% sirt" demanded Wauldngton,
.'Three-- throe--three dollars," *?*AIII
tc??rfd the steward.
.'Take it ft^vay! Tn'ie lt away, f-ir!" .
.wid Washington, "lt i\ludl never Ix*
K ..rJ (hat viv t?He iv ta mich til exa:::;'. -
of laxary n.?A ei. ITH vag once I"
Ar.d f< v.*- <:< fish wai taken from the
r-vini. to l)C dev<a?rcd hy Un s?rvanta.
President Waaliingtoa'e e?^)'?. *
ebKrac;?ir ti?e Unie. He wa? a ht ti 1
K,,T?\3 negro, neaned Hercules, who made
?. '.**i a .e:rr ont of his perquisites of tho
?t? "*N nf tiie preeident's kitchen. "Kvcry
att tni<H7a >^> iroul'l strut forth from the
I ?-. t ileor," mys Mr. l^tKtis, "dre/^v<l 5M
e. totVRgunUy r.e any dandy of the lime,
and would lake a promenade on thef sh
Imiahle Umroughfare of colonial M..ia
dfciphia. ne wir.' a blue coat with ?
rulvet collar, a jwir of fancy luir* brooche?,
and chooa with extravagant itiWer buckl . ..
Tl um au ired, with a loclivd hat uio.-. his
head ?vi :. gold headed mu in Iv hand,
bf strutted up and down among the beaux
and Uilee. until the stroke of the clock re
minded biro dmt he must hurry off t<- the
kitchen and [irepare the evening meal."
President Waaliingtou's dioiu^m were
rather Stiff affairs, but little *xira prep
aration w:i>> made for transient gu.-. : i,
An English traveler, w.-hobr.aLr.iMcd willi
WaahingUm in ]'i-4, during the iattcr
part of his i<ec<.ji.l presidential term, says
the breakfast eonsiBted *J sliced tongue,
tea ami cofTee, dry U>ast and t reuil and
butter. TIJO only expeueive pii<e of fur
niture njxm die table wan a kllwr uri; f..i
hot wider. There wa* but one servant,
and Mrw. \V'enhiufrtou made tb.c ten ?:i I
c..ffi<c bcrN. If. Throughout hie I !..
Washington nie but Ugh. break fa* ta, and
in Ids old age tlii? maul wa? made cf In
dian c;<Ja*;, boney and tea. He always
dto^eil for (iiru.w, and diue-? a!>i 3.
He bril l dy. Lilt w.u? very <.?.!*.: :l of
his ?!Vi. Ile (Jways had wine ai dinner,
? and ArtJik at deaseii four ur five gibases
uf liadcha, Hi? only UJ??.1 "Ml
our Friends." lie at?? a light ita. but
? nu supper, and waa usually in bed by 10
o'clock. FrankO. C.:r\xv?U\r tn Uppin
Ore?4 Arlara' Chtl.lraa.
In mentioning M Ijeeka's exquisite uri
1 I am reminded tba! < . t . .. 1 % cluj ?. a si>n,
lias not inherited Ney of I in motl sr's
ti-.ltuit. ?rad it iyy un to be the sxceptlou
c. the rule wlieu great actors' c.?blren
folLiw (ne?*parenterpr? fesaioiv, in t'.?< aw
of die Booths, Warrens, and Jeifersona
the hori^itary t<j!< t t hittod for three >r?-ii- ,
etat ion?, which I? aliout thu time that a
Urge fortune renaj:^ hi ore family in
Anieriea. Edwin Booth's daughter, ^!rs.
Qroeun&n, miciit ba *xi>ected to follow
til?1 parental iHisiness, ?? ! r mother,
Mnry Devlin, sv< woll ..s her father, were
born in Hui profession.
Of nil the y eu nf Jeffersons, and tb?re
are m.uiy, only Ute eldest *"... haa given
any evidinos of poMeSi?llM nu, ll i lo
ability. Ile KlsnagfS for his I . anti
oocastonally ts trimed with some i r
part. LAW re nc? Barrett's two laugh! ri
Lave no ?hv;e aspirations. Tin?) aro con
tant t? admire lb?ir talented father, Mag
rte Mitchel is the aiothsr of boveral rob
ueklng, happy children, but th n is not
ons among them who give, p .f
suv ability bi lbs dramatic art; I Fl . k
M iyo hns a son and daughter with oin?
Uiions towsxd tin* stage, the ti esne*
ciatly showing eonstdarablo shill ilaos
liehiK almost ss band tome Bf? hin fal ter.
Frank f'hanfrsu, Jr., h;u been p? ag
bis late father's ie!?-, with sonui <,
hulas yet bs? wot rivaled bli father.
Bijou Herron, has bivn playing juveli la
paru fer soma due?, but bi spite tf ber
excellent trahihig is far below her mother
Fannie Davenport keeps up tho tradiiii m
of a family, but it rt mains to bc reen |
wheHier lw etirlehv^ r.Ti^^fVi tn th^ \n\v
j****: tus -JTSJ -?U.Z ix sail TTT.'
Toil) Smith MK! L ?U
Ca Iwnll of Tip Top Hod low? lu*l
week. Mr. Eil Seymour and, wife aro
spending chrisoms it! their mother.
Mr Ot'Smith han Completed Iii?? now
.liing, TA' K Harria, -Thu Mae been
attending If tur. ft in K 'ltitn ua has
returned homo tor iho Chrlstmau hull*
il ivs. Miss [reno Harri? ol thin pince,
is isitinu ber ii? ... ut Lauren . Mrs
Kinma. Kook t?n<1 daughter of Uroou
woori are \ tailing itt town.
Dr J W Kennedy, who has hi cit ill til?
Drug linaine*??? hero for nome time, will
move bis sio.'k I? Bradley's in * few
d . s. ho ' eta to rum al u.
Married De-? ii-'lrd, at the residence of
the bride's father, by Kev. Milter, Mr
Tiliuaii Kuller ol' Laurena, to Miss Mu
mle Te ig'ie ol' New Mark it.
<?n" of our young men visited hin
ave 'Ult on last Sunday, and aller
Ktavine awhile ?he a^kel if be llkud
parched com. <>.i receiving un affirma
live reply, "die raquead.? i : . Lc exedsed
mid Inaahorl lime returned wuh nome
corn H nd un oyen After pare h in g two
ovens tull be remarked Ibu! hu liked
her Kain pl i very mu di amt woul I be
pleaded if ehe would pass aroun i ber
pop-corn. A flor Lei ir/ told that hu had
eaten up all tho corn on lim place, und
i Iud HIIC did nui k now : Ital alie wa i reed
ing tt boree, bo wald lie huted lo bo made
mad by receiving on ly uumplus.
M r and M rs K (J Smith, who have bee>n
living heia* i'or nonie lime, bavo moved
..-^.-ww.I?XC"[HT"* ? ???"-??|| - ? i - IP NI
-CHU ?\l\V.VSfl Lo foil mi
nt in v st and, over
MA!.TIN Si .'T'LCCK'S STONE
i ? ur.v?> c
(jXJ?r*ll<,Rrsc Hvxii Tvlioii der.ired.
8. ??. CORBET,
..1 .???i i t a wiling for
MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE,
LAU? RN'S, H. I".
Ami think l will 'Oct there /?;/.'.""
T 11 K N E W
BA I? HEH SHOP
I beg to Inform U>c publie H'm I ?ni
pro i 'ired lo nerve them as Ton son I ul A r?
ll-* in my new qtiartora, under tho Holi
er Ison Hotel.
ff. H. CA VIT Y.
Land for Sale!
'J<> Acron of vnlunblo lund for sait?
siiHnMo for Hui l-l i nsf purposes, ?Uso
for (Milli viii U>n, oil wilily Rllunlod In
J or 'i y ('Hy
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h<>l :.n.. . 't'. i
,pply nt 0?00?
IRRIA fi v"? r n HF'IQ
Coacli Materials, Sud?lery, ILirneis, Leather.
Tfea Fluaet aui ?JOit Vsr?od A?sort nont of (j'ul.lr.? i's C-ArriajOi Ever
ll??u^,iii, lo tho City. At .ul unuvi.
Tidings of Oomfosrt end Joy
T> (bow, who luv? h?en wroncho I un I jerlso ! i'> i by an-cilled tox<\ carts. Wo
now otwr you tb? uru^l delightful v.v. t.i KlXI2?3 L' w.icti'.s aiul nxles for
Ven out a-?d Ray? your hesita, B??ry ra tu wu > own? i ho-?-j. or wl-shn? to tra?a
a colt, SIJOU! J lu? VJ ono, K* tin piioa it willi 1 t li J rea iii O? all.
BIT ?: TANNATfflX, Augusta, Ga.
W. I. D?LPH,
"ixO. 631 BP.OAD STREBT, AUGUSTA, QA.
-Wb?;<yiclo and Kcts'.l Dealer lu
Cook Stoves and lieatiM Stoves,
OF BEST PATTERNS.
Iii Stock, Mantels, Gratos and Tinware.
ft Or Ivoaia ouRixaaud li RA UK a ?IT O Y M.
bOs- URAISS I'IHI? ind Enameled.
a Car I. -ad? Kins Rn>OK,
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100 Buudl^R SllKKl 1 1?>K.
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TIM waac, tiiatapnd au.i l'laoad, ia giuat vari
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EiTKuy th? "EXCELSIOR" COOK bTOVK. Title btovs ha been ?old Uy us
for c vin /. ? ..IM ?a? ....
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FREE TO ALL APPLICANTS. IT SHOULD ?E READ BY t VERVDODY.
ADDRESS THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.