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' ' . . . . i . : ail;;.; MOERISTOWN, TENN., WEDNESDAY, ,' JULY 9, 1884. 1 By JOHN E. HELMS. f. I ijt i ,1- J D. B. LOVEMAI Dry Goods, 51, Vett, IIKKSSKS SAHK TO OKDEIt. Spln3il Drcss-HaliEiDepaitneal Iml ILihboaa. Kl4. tun Laatwa aa I a4f Omruirnii. mii-liwexvsy TEE MOST COMPLXT DRY GOODS ESTABUSHMEHT IS TUB COUTH. l. nr. Itoat Orada Our Sr'.i4 l iU.r'lC"ir ,reM" an-iulua. Sauipl- 4 lr '-.-". tar- (vaj i: rr ct-ai en a!l CmH OrJr af Tea I4iAr or or. . - - - D. B- LOVE LI AN &. CO.. ir Fcr Clislce Fanily Grcccria ' OO TO W. Mi WILMErrH PKALE 1M Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, At, gvU ct. for to Li4.t-Eiiui DAVIS sraiNB MACHINE IV-feaitf Vtla. Ntf W.M p Wad. OIL, WAIN ST., MORUISTOWN, TENN. THE FIE Ti2 Slrcij are Alls lo Prelect ! !! Ir.KI Rrir5T Xt RLTTWTXTtmCB MIL kua of I vi-r. vf laarac f-4- !.; Tho Continental or Y.. AMt- over - 1,500,000 Tho Tra.lerH or Chicago. Atu - - - 1.OS2.000 The horth America of Phila., Am-u .-- - 8J5C.OOO Tho .Ktna or llartrord Actsovcr - - - tr-KfrlDaiaa.U.aO ttafMCoajMlM fi. a''T t fc.d. t or ikm nwuui I ao'tcil y.ar tuiitM. J. C. IIOIIGKS. Oct. 24. c. R. Binyon, MAHfacturtr and ZWrr in Saddles, Bridles, HARNESS, &c, MAIX 8TSEET. llOlMMSTOWX, - - TKNN lu.t w..rk to4 la trf.-. Tmui eb or II. r.jtuKu. -at. ail tf .CLIRENCE t. TUGKEB. M0RUIST0 N, TEN SSEE. pao.J,lo-ly. FACTS IICA18IX3 ataTiS 1 L?3 T" It T"'! H-a th. BLOOO. ' U U Y r. aad ID N K T f Ji". ..-1.. ..-I Nrrrr. rc. rr. It . Hi l 4 i P1 "r i 1.1... fUu Mfu.MJ ar lioaatwa.r. Dm. Maarva a lo Toc a mom a U4 CawutTtHO DtAtfis Cwfarwwiafc , D. W. C. DAVIS, Watchmaker and Jeweler, I a.r aoa.Ui.ll7 oa kaad a a aad ..act Stack af Silverware, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Ac. Main Street, MorriNtown, Tenn. Special aticntioiv gifCH to i-fpairing of all kind!, and batiafuction "gHi'snftteed.'' ) IHEOSLTTEUX lrP Vita TIMlW'na'r I QUI mUi I. Ih,lrwl .III IM It HiVri. H IXOM IONIC a .ale a T 1 lf'aV t.aic I. li-at fw.a.lai.p. f CARPET DEPARTMENT of ' D. B. Loveman&Co. "When you want an jthlnff lu Carists, Oil Clotts, Mattiuis, Scales, Lacs Cnitato, Laresmiis, Talaices, Tnim Cortices, an .Cornice rcles It will Pay You to .! Come or Write to U. - - An lES5HseStccl,aiiy clas of Gosfls AlicatfS the 2ieast Styles. . .? , , The Jtett ' Goods for the Money. CoUoa C Us, from Jc." . - AE- ocl riUla Cirt. from tU. . , -f AikWoi I Eitr Sapcn, from" iSo. " Body Dntwta. frotn fl . Oinnu, iiMiuUr k imcM. S.od for oar butiaU Olaxrfttt 8pria CaU- D. D. LOVEIVTAN&CO , . - CnATTANOOOA, TlMN. CARTERS nrmt IVER PILLS.' Rtck Cc4)m'b aai ralirr. all th. troebUa Inet drat ta a biiioo. of Ui. ifuo, itok as lia imna, Niom, Droa-ain... Dimtm at ratine, Jm:atata.aid.ae. Wlul. tr oaiamti, aU aaecaaa Km Ua bAvm la caxicr ; tecs Bd arte.rat CarUr'tUttl. llTtr PCI. a. atraaSr :aaOia ta Coaatipatkm, curiae ftad pr(iUar th.i aoaovicf compUinl, wbiia try a.o corrutl 1 t:ntr f tb. xaaa.r. atlaaata th. lirar aod rajuUi. ta. bavaia. Jrram U Ihrj oai aural de1a thrf wemid aaa!aoat jxitm ta tfco. aafl f ra Ui. dnrraig cunplBt; bat forta a'. iiuirruaitMMdoM do red h,an tko. a-ho oac. try tarm will tad taaM UtU.plitavala a! la tcaar wy that lkT wfTl ot Kr wnliiaj ta A wuAaU Ueau Hvlafvr tlXmct. kakl - I. tKbftae .r o iBT 1 tkat Kar i. a-, aaak. oar f iat IwaaU Vx JU r U bii lartar'a tiit? Ur fffit ar tt wail as ij BjsU nrxy-wbr, aaai t CJLRTEIt HEDICT5E CO., JTew Torfe bmiw a n To the of tite twiri.i, rommfrf Irt trarcUr ! iw a-Mler, lloaictlrr'a Mm acb IlilRri la peculiarly a4ailvtl. aiaov it atrcarUM-X U iifvU-. orjao. and braera the halcal eoeririca to Biih.allB-, ful loflnrn -. it miMra ami - jirrrmla malarial fever, rna.tipatioD, 0jrpaiat faalhfully alimulatr. the aiUx-y. aixi blaa.lT. aaxl t-oricbr. aa Wrll aa norifir th blood. Whea ovrrcmu br rliuc, whrlbrr RM-atal or phyaical. lh wrary aal a.bilitatcU laJ it a rrliajile aoarce of Kuwrl alrrnt-lb and cm fort. Kor aala . br all lrussita awl Um1m avarlly. Bean's Station, Tate Springs and Mineral Hill Daily Mail and Express Line. COM FOE TABLE BACKS A EE IM1LOTED oa IbU. Ua aad flni-tUn iaaacarr and freight aoatumodaUoata ar. affordad, at vary ruKiiiblf ralM. IW Hark tr.vr. Uarriatowa 7 a. m ; arriTM IWaa. Matuia 10:30 a. n , and Tat. hpriDa, 11 a. ait I Tata Marine 11 "-, Mid arrlrca Mnrriau-twn v, m ) further iaorinathia rail oa JOHN 3STOE, naT tf jomtoa, I na. MItS. LOU FLYXX, : ' JIG EST FOR MRS. -A. P. FI.YNK, ba lb lat selected atock of Ladies Ilata aud BonncH In thta cnJ of tbt State, and abe trima tbem lo suit tb taita and atyle of bet patrona. Wbila abe jivta jou fancy "ttylcs, ibe .- a." ' cliargea ruiU jnictt. i i Jloocit gooda low piicei! haws en ttrprist. I ' ' HOPE & BRO. : i s t . AVat c h m a k e r s I J 'V I W . I NO JEWELERS, Oor. 0.7 a Cbarck Sta Knoxvilxi, - TSK., Imp la atock a f aU Ua. af . Watcta &. Jewelri, Solid Silver, ' SIlTCi.riated Ware, Superior TaUo Cutlery, &c Beplrfna aa4 EaaraTiaf akUlfully .acat apon ra-onbl tarma. All ordara cy mau tu ra- Tier ar. .mrtir TaRaaia and io " trip. OC pars, bat ty tb.lr gcatia Ktin pl.aa. ail wha LI. .n ravtalaatMraata: . fortL, BwU vrr cu T to t&k. On.ortwoc 00 imiC? r ) 11 ill alrtpriwapl alMnUoo, and aatuiaciwn a4. '"in7' MILLINERY! Dtjotntt a. Bonnet or Sat ? If 70W oaasot earn, la poraon m&4 yonr order to Millinery Department, D.I3. Xovema.n Co chattaxooga; tenx: TU. Bttt, Moat FmahiontM and OkMpnt KUU- Mry la u. BoutB. , - Big Line Childrens' Hats. . .. 1 Kod tu tk. amoaat af BKmey 70a wtoh ta xt.a4 a4 at. will pat ep uil Mod jroa In. twat Muibla krUcU for tha prlca, v . . ; Writ. tlwrt dMcriptiua of joarMlf and bo ititi , what color Dram or Lrrnn yoa want J ' twear ta. Hat or JJoaart . , , wUh. . " . !. Ttj aa, r.a da no better. W. d. aot Mad MimotTj on approuauoa . D. B. LOVEMAN & CO., Chattanoooa, Tskx. ,r prl lj . . . THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE. Subscription Price, 81 CO, ' Invariably in advance, otherwise 12. Enteral at tba roat Ufflea at Korriatowa, Tana, aaaaoond claaa matter Bishop Simpson, Senior Bishop of the M, E. Church, did on the 29th aged 83. He has presided over cons ferencen in all the chief cities of tho Union and al?o in' European" conns tries. His great work was not even confined to the church, but ho Uok a broad interest in public affairs At one time he was offered the con trol and guidance of the Freed man's Bureau, which he declined. Among the sojourners :at the Grand Hotel Victoria, Mentono, in the year 1872, waa tbe Archduchess Mario ' Iteguier, whoj during ' tbe three months stay there, took such a liking to tho proprietor's hand somo dog Pietrioo that she begged it of him, and carried her prize with her to Vienna. In less than a fort night after reaching the-capital Fietri oo was back in his old quarters agaio, ha vi ng .traveled . bOO miles acrOfs strange countries, over moun tains through towns and villages, only to die at his master's foet five days after his coming home.' ' An America correspondent writes that "self made men are about as com mon in England aa they aro in this country. Many great English mer chants and manufacturers rose from the very humblest walks of life, and they are frequently to be found ' in parliament, and some times in the cabinet. It is not an uncommon thing to hear a famous 'member of parlia ment tell his constituents of the days when he, was a laborer working fn the mines at twenty shillings a week. Of course it ia easier for a man to riia in the TJnifcd . States than in England, but in every country un ! . i der the eun firaUclass ability and pluck will win their way..,! , , ; The increasing demand for land in this country has' induced many capitalist to combine for the purpose of reclaiming , the large acres .which have been under water for ages past. At present an effort is being made on a large scale Jto redeem a large track of land in southwest Louisiana. UV. T " tf?.uUUB V J Engluh company with a capital of j 12,500,000,. Some of the machinery has been imported from England, and when the land is reclaimed it.is understood that a largey Earopean: colonv'will beioledi thcr(V.i :The . . . ' . I resources oi mouertic engineering . will be utilized in such a way as to ... . , . i ;'.' reTol ationiae t he physical geography of ths south in rthe;courscoff the next iew yenrs. Mr. Geo. Strvker? ofi-IIighland . . - - i .AAA a I township, near Defiance, O., .went ( to the dam fishing a few days since, and white there observed. a pecul- Ur lookingobject floating shallow water. I Appreablnog:it cauUeusly he (cooied it up inhis batand found to hi horrer that he. .had an ug y, looking Du or ammai, .wuu a uouy.-, lib & niatifi of tilvor. a head with a , - , . bill like'a birdand lafg eye. - Its tail wes diamnod shaped, and tortjfa t, rosalU iUbody projectedten tentacles or -ng ia..rillining. sores. ll.The-agony rdcler8,wmeu were I of suffering borne by' th!! suckers. The -.longest tentacale, :. ternbiei and rakt cvemng' it was The- longest tentacale; inches .long... The whole. about twelve in length Mr.F , , - was ten fiah was Stryker kcpime nsu sevcrm uaj f and then took it. to Defiance, where rnkWyrsonlliaW-tiewtdr it. .It wasprounced to bo a veritable devil- . .at 1 1. fish. In the summer of 1840 A. It. War-, AffJulfAr.! fnnnd in the ITn- edilla Valley a large turtle. The' ihell" showed the' marks where in- tial bad hcea c'ak Aa hat tha ia-' no person ' land ado but-"E.i JL datff could bo hi 18C5.y Ir 'Warner cut ''A. K. W.,' 840,,r in th shelij and released the turtle. In 1SS0 the turtle was dis In addition were Vil J, i H. 470,' "E. B.,' 1875! and "S. B.,. 18S0."; The turtlo was again turned'1 loose, A few, days' ago it was found . agaia in voo ,nem wuero n a euva 1840 by Mr Warner. . ; .Kb addition al carvings Were on theteelL -The O turtle was no larger (ban it was fbr ty years ago, showing that it .must hare been fully grown at that time . iaaaaaaBBf III" - , . j - - v. ; There are only C0,000 Jews in XW York, 'but there are .millions upon millions of' Jewish.- capital- invested; in the wholesale trade. . In fact, the business, in may lines isalmoaf en tirely monopolized by Jewish firms. Walking down Broadway a reporter counted C50 Jewish names on whole sale signs. -Turning into Walstreet one will find two of the largest bank ing houses in tbe country, X'&lWi Seligman and Kubiii Lbeb & Co,,' both distincuTeiy Jewisn. j in tno Stock Exchange are tho itonrvquej Bros:, Worraaer, Marx- and. , host of others. ' In Maiden Lane and John 6treet, ' the 'center of the wholesale - . - - ..., , , . . i .. . , : and.retai jewelry, joDDing ; trade wewutu iibuivb aiD.wuuu ,iiga miMA t : i. v.. .1 : V. t .nli left. - Seventy percent of the entire fre;: j? 7h.?Iof Iofb!f 7! itials" of only ono covered in the same locality by some yf0 drove into Greene to a party 'in thing1 short of tho most rigorous certain crimnals, : but t they , shoot and (h instjimchVya taen ' mn-M boys.' The "E. JL J., ' 1835," and winte'ri; 7 Wo'got out at' the house meti&uresjFhiUdelphia Times. Un rather than hang the offenders,'' lf netized and drawn fixm th wQuavd, "A. R.' U"l1,l'84dl,.wereVtni distinct. Where the' party 7 was to be played virirrc,-k7rmV' .-...i : "What primes are, punishable by drawing tho pieco, with it,- leaving! - - j j - - - at h -m i a ai ai .a, a Cwumimu,, i ""J eustouy oi me-guaru. iqb uuuy suffer many criticisms from the illi bv Jews. t Id the tobacco, sugar and I was fonnd vesterdaV buried in the I . . -tt . .... . i .. ' whA act f a it niva : TMn T ha J awo a in wholesale liquor trafic the Jews are very prominent,' but' the genuine Jew is Tory rarely found' In the ro-! tail Uquor business. "".Selling "pizen" bp the glass is a distasteful basiness, and ho keeps out of it. ;!..;'.; CRUEL PJtACTI CAL JOKE. -. . ll:. . - . . . ;! , 'y -. . . PERPETRATED BT THREE FUN LOV1SQ 'WOMAN UPON A NEIGHBOR. Ii 'Cleveland, O., ; Juno 28. Mrs! Maggie . Burns' . was. , brought .. f to death's door as tbe result of a cruel practical joke perpetrated by - three of her acquaintances', recently. ' A few weeks ago Mrs. Burns left town and left her husband and . son at home. In her absence three women, Aggie Lump, Mrs! Callaham' and Mrs." Pierce, called at tho house for a visit and aot finding her at, home decided to await her return; The husband went' to work, and being left alone, the three women thought it would be extremely funny to scare Mrs. Burns. ,,The chairs and tables wero upset and - every ithing vpnt topsy turvy.' A ' dummy was made and clothed ia a suit of Burns clothes and was laid on the floor, the supposed 'head tied with a white bandage resting on the sewing ma chine. Then they secreted' thenV selves. . Mrs. Burns who is ' of ner vous temperament, came homo and was .struck speechless with .'horror at the scene. ; The poor woman, Bee- ing the inanimate form,' Immediate ly imagined. that' her husband had committed ' suicide. , Tottering . to the house of- a neighbor she'gasped out that her husband was' dead and fainted away." A pKysiciairwai call ca but she went from one . spasm to another..! When he finally revived snfSciently to talk it was'found that her reason bad left her. jjFordays sho hovered between life" aud'death. Although she is now considered out of danger, the shock has left its im pression upon her'mih'd 'and she may never fully reeovei. "1,:, 0 , '5 .i i. i' il rTTT -i .' - BITTEN BY A SMKE. v I 'A YOCNQLADY IN 'WEST ioUISVTLtl ' APPARENT TN 'A DT1NQ CONDt- iloy snake's' BltE.1 Coarlrr-Joarnal . I t I! About ?a';week ago'J jilsifamie t . t it was bitten just above; the .'nkia.'by a5Bnake,)wlulecuttingflovtferain her4 i i. ' il txr i!T ' j.rii- I istuers garueu, m- Hi'uuuiTiue. Tho'wound inflicted by the reptile's Vi-'.i i:V.'is l.'i '.L-i'-'"-.':-" prick, and aa it caused: little rain at the timev not much' attention-! was raid to it until the next dkvJ I ' rr,, v TO.:J ,Ia IVHVITIIIg t AA JA Ulll iUU MUAIQ j; t; twice'ltsnatuI size, . c.n.:nff;;th ' Ttninj? ladv si .,ln that thm itint ;. . . . j.-iy'.,., . .dLe occedod to red'nei the 1 -J- th0; limb, , and! Miss ;GalJ Buffer terribly." .In , - j - - . - . -' a coupio oi uays, tne swelling ex- hikui feee th Wkin1 Woml a ternbicnd'laktvcvcmng' it was ougt t that ' slVouldVU po'ss'ibiy - - ' ; ';; ' ' reeoer.(.f hot.- -t ii i . Xbose. who liavi; witnessed the hnt guro 'workings of this teri Ib!;;po!n ihink that a vlper in'i flcted0'sraanbut apparentlV faV tat wound. r i. ' . 1 IAI A GOQI'3I E3IOU Y, ' occupant of one of tho office in the City Bulldiag told Friday evening a little aocc4oto that we re.' the prod dce.: "The first part of the itory J.,' tdok place just' about thirteen years I before the' main event that I an co I ing to tell 'about. 1 was a' young - 1 fellow, and was taking a girl to ride j games of half an hour,1 kissed ' tbe girls perhaps,- and then wrapped up hnd drove borne." 'Well, sir, thir I teen years afterwards, a ' number of 1 jears agu, iuau uruppcu itiiv uij - 1 store. 'He saidIIow d'ye do? and go did I. -He kaid -Ybu name's R '. aint it? Said I. Yes."1 Eet'ssee, 1. -it . j-- - ... x said. he, yeu was out to my a' party, warn't yen, f oiice?' 0(w ' A rt rl O 5 IV A 9 Then the bid fellow drew a piece of TaW out of hU cclcei and tassed nanor out of ' his Docket and tassed it to me? 1 Y6u owe roe a little bill,' ...:-. ' i dnt you? 1 Its all writ down on the - ' I ;.. - -.1 .... I a ... , . paper. The paper was a Dill lor 4U cents for baiting tho ! horso thirteen vears before. I made him sit down and reckon' interest before I paid him'' and then I told him to got right . . out of the store." Tnx iiORRraLE tate of a would-be NEGRO RAPIST, Mobile, Abu, July 2.-A negro nu iu auH uu I . " numau an uwiiaua. iiiuvaiua, wu June(24, and when arrested conn i j u:i i l" i icsscu uitjr wuuo vuiuug iiiius portation to jail. At Greenville the f ani strangely disappeared from the ... . i wrwia av sw wi t-i hia aa -i eAnrAi atr. J woods hhd with his head sawed off' The'bodv wascut Open and brains ine Dody was cut open and Drains arid bowels ' ' were ' missing. - The body had evidently been in the hands of Bkilled surgeons. Several persons have been arrested and it is said one has confessed and will give evidence against the others.; .-. THE GIRL TIIA T ELOPES. Girl s have been in the habit of eleping on occasions as long as girls havo been. . It is a practice that can not be recommended ,inJ general, Commendable or not, however, girls will do it.., Tho reasons for leaving the paternal roof between two days in company . with a young man ap pear to , bo varied.. Sometimes a cruel parent selects a husband with out asking the daughter's consent. Oftener some would be husband se lects the daughter and the old man won't consent, thus necessitating an , - ' , , . , ; .vuavuMyif- uu.u ju.vap yf getung marneu ana escaping me paternal 'booU,, On occasions, the elopement is necessary to avoid the revolver - or ; shot-gun of another fellow who has taken anotion to the girl. Ordinarily elopements do not take place if the co'urse . of true lov moets with no obstacle in tho home of cither member of the seeking to- bo-wodded couple. f ;i ... . , ,4 Girls are freakish, however, and sometimes run away to be married tor, no ; apparent,, cause ; wnatever. It will, bo remembered that a daugh- ter of the immortal Mr. Wardlo was getting ready to run' away with a famous Pick wckian without so much as' suggesting to her adorable Srib(i-i grass ; uxo propriety oi asKing . per father whether he .had any : objec lions hs to the wedding taking place at line1 in the?iusoal iwavl The six home ieen-year-old , 4an&ht'er pi a late'ex- Alderman of Long, Island : City has ty: nas made herself; famous; by- an actual elopement of this ind." I ; ! , ,'( She was 'preUy)andlrrchj..and.'ian swered to tho charming j; name of Fanny.i Her brother had . a friend by the name of Walter, who was al- so rich', gMddooking,' aiid twentyj-1 five.!. Wafter. tvisited i the 'brother nu ieM iPioye witu ,r anny, arnica, under the circamstancos wks v. na- tufal ' en'oligh. : Kobody ''had " any .l.t f t ?..;' o -.i a'-' j . ' JBa Waiter and Fanny concluded to. D.e. romantic,, and' run. away to get .married, j Fanny spent tho day kissing her motherj.: nnd: wondering what In the living world 'she would wear to get married in.1; ; She kissed f ' "il ' ' " "1 "1 a ' " a leraamoLaer,; gcxoa-niriij len o4'clock; went fo, h'er, room?;;pa'cked hen satchel, met her lover, and postA. ed to City of NewYorkr, where they word of mouth for. the asking, vw i and , aUer f h.ad have asked ', for r ' '"I ' hope you' will excuse ' me, sir," Fanny she would have been ' riven ho stammered' ''but'l have sadden- to him.'" i ar a W wcrd hiatriedafler Which abbte was Among" the five, civilized iktions sent home.-'the matern'ar. bless tbero' are' the -Cherokees,- Creeks ffk which, they mlgVihayead ;by; ChwtawsdiMJasaws.'n telegraphed to jthem And : they trent (n .alCBd.tcyVhve'a civilization 'on their weddingou pretty' well 'advanced. Eaeh tribe T THenlexpja'natio be has a govern ment bt: its owii, model gi verif for"' this, highly gratuitous led' somewhat on the Government elopement is thititruhsin the fam- .'.!.l?Hed .?te:.'.; Tji;" iiy.Ty older sist'erVof 'tii&a Fah- opper. and a lower houso of the Leg ny have secured, husbands by , this -islAture a; Senate land : 'a Hons; of method. '.Whether v the mother of Representatives. Bblh are t elected these'elopingda'ughterssettheexam. by the people?-The Senate they plo by eloping herself is no reported, ir'the'housoi of kings,- iatid the hutasjhe eloping tendency "appears nonse, ofepientatives. the to be irresistible; in the blood; it! is House; of warriors.-' This congress 'not at all -improbable. 1 If 'Fanny's motncrr nas any more unraarrieu daughters, however who develop an alar mi ng i nclination ' to' kiss her on any 'rarticnlar ' day! ahe ahould J employ detectives at once to shadow I the oreiaffectionato girl; unless she I rantsi the i.elopement to succeed. J The elop; ing-tendency is too sti-ong tmilrto be checked ht anr - in that fam If a woman loses' her voice ' drir- ing out chickens' could she be called be' a h6arse sloer :n ' - . ,f . ;f i, , , . ? ... i.S., 41UU mW., WJJ S.Wfj-rS 1," 'V to,com , come off vibtorjous is by runing away. uoia. smith,. , . , Mr, William Doodle i Yes Miss Frost ,1 always wear gloves at night theJ" make one hauds so . jnice apd 1 1 on- " ' Hf : c lijj OV4! . -T : u: yon I 1 J. L a a BIP W11U ur ' paniaiqoas onr . Chipinn 7V:ft I "" -. . . fy . . .;. .. itii- ' There are ntwo - things, ; each : . of vrbicn-ne will seldom fail to discover i . wtl tor it , in earnest; the knowledgo of what he ought to do, ana a piausi Die. pretext to do what he likes. Bavtist Weeklu. j.uejr cuoppea aown one oi uae big trees of Mariposa Cal.,' a few kened its aire to 4 ,0ft an J i uui a w. tun 1 1 v n a 1 1 w iiii'ii aca r rmaa days ago, the rings of which betcn imbedded in the heart of the mon- awih nrfK i j ,' I i wu v iuo iuidoi was iouuu in , a ;oke about hoiiBo-lfiRnlncrH a man fallin? down' Stairrt' An piece of soan LuChitotj'Timf The c;rl is to i leraio tvestem ' journalist on ac- I - , . 7. er superior culture one oi tbem rocently! wrote that tho young - a i : l . lady is' "so awfully cultured that she won t call it tho 'sweetiby.and- by.' She' calls it tho 'sugared sub sequently.'" Boston Tribune.1 Wisdon dwells in' blue skies and broad sunshine',' and wide the hills and the infinite waters; in peace of mind and freedom, and the worship of earth. He is poverty-stricken who is so absorbed in the one little enclosure of which he holds' the title deeds that he loses his grasp on the bendinVnniverR anil JTnmiitA-n . O wva- -A-a. iinvvtVlli A correspondent writes: Will you please inform me when straw hats can be worn .without exciting comment? Certainly. , 'Straw hats l.V "i ': ' '' -J'J' LVi ' I ' 1 : ? ' wuru uiluuui exciung com ment, when worn on the head. But when thev are worn eavnrtm cf ulnnw t l A- - j iu! Biccism a gaio oi wma you mu8t expect a remark or two Philadelnkiac.aU. , TOO MUCH FOR A CLERK " TO LOSE, "I come as an"humble but I hope J deserving supplicant feryourdaugh- J ter's band," was what he said as he J entered the room' in which the re tired capitalist eat. , ''Indeed!" replied that gentleman. "And have you an income to support a wife and family comfortably?" i-oc just at present, sir, lama clerk m the hardware store, but my prospects for becoming a member fthe firm before long are very fiat tenrig.'"."'" v " ' "Weli, T' Iiko" your 'looks.1' vdhug ieuow, anu u uie matter is agi eeaoie to iny daughter you havo ' my con- sent. My daughter's 'happiness' is my first aim in life.' If ton 'won Id find , thai y6ur 'prospects' turn' put less fiatoring than you 1 anticipate I less natormg man y will do something for you myself! I expect to agafh engage in basiness in a short ,ime."',' ' ' 1 . ""Tou are very kind; sir,".rcspc)n ed.the ypung man , gratefully ; tand may T ask what lino of 'basiness you will 'follow?'' yy ; "'j ' I '.''"The banking business! !I shall i siart a uanK ,wnn a capuai oi !, j 006,000. ' ' : -"7 1 Here the ybung man turned pale J Iy .changed my mirid abbut'marry lit .. .,.( .... ling your .daughter I have got j about ?2,000.sayed up, and $2,000 is a good deal of money for a hardware elerktb lose ."r-' Philadelphia Call. HOW THE INDIANS LIVE. I l-aia 1 - . . . t a -a . ri?YatiR uarpenter in an interview with'lridjari Agent5 Hayworth, tells tDe Cleveland i Leader , somo facts abouf '-the !i Indians. ' Ilfc ' iholeis. They number about 62,000 J inakes the laws for their government, ana .no an ij rcsinvuwu -uu ' ubo faws'is'thab they be withici .the laws of the Congress of the United States, There s ajsq an cxccuUto trwch c( savs J the gouerument to .carry,- out theVp, I s i suiicatynid, ! "i'he p.icfe I laws, judges and courts to pass uppl bf s'teel hagone ttown thi ougk the I them, and sheriffs and constables I impose the puaishment pre,scribec 1 them., They- -punish, by , death doath?" said I. "f niwtn. V.vn , j j. !il ' m . ; "4,v 1 e 11 1 ! nil 11 iKiiH ri 1 na n nor AttanoA ixt j imprisonment,. the secend by whip-. PWg,..anl the third by death.'; WHAT. " MOTHERS ' OUGHT'i' TO an :-4:;TEAQU. GIRLS, ,i :! ' Teach them, to make good ,bread. xeacn mem iiow xo Date it. Teach thein'to make their dresses.' Teach thein'hdw to wash and iron Teach them to wear: warm shoes and hoes. , j; : . Teach them not to bang their hair leacn them to milk the cow, leach them to make' the " butter. -.1 1 Teach them tc J cook a good meal. gooameai. lO Of 100 7, . - a l neacn tlxem the ,i valua cents. Teach them "to wear calico at home and abroad. ' ' "1 ...i," uem lQe U8 oi aprons, Teach them to darn stockings. T3. - ' 4 Teach them to work button holes ; j., Teach them practical,, common sense. i n- . l. L em , touesy, modesty Teach' them ; Teach them that home is a place they can make attraetivo. ; Teach them how. to attract bre tbers at home Teach them" hours for" labor and T ! r hours for recreation. ,M-: Teach them the moreth"ey livo within their income1 the happier theywill be. ' 'i , ........ ui Taaoh . . who lives fast, drives fast, will soon take them to the poor house." ' ' Teach them that a voung man's habits are formed before marriage, In Connecticut lawyers must now stand on their feet while examining witnesses. ; It is sajd .the .rule pre-. vents the long, weary, useless, sonse- less, badgering of witnesses, and ex peuues ine Dusinesa et the courts wonderfully. , But many of tho law yers are howling. against. it.( In Now York City a half-dozon boys' papers are published weekly; uuviDg a circulation oi over puy.uuu, and this is but . a 'small portion of the , vast, amount of staff poured iorth. literature ot the verv worst type is also published . for the.' es pecial use of the working giris of America, and is sold, by thousands of copies a weckj ; ; f ,ij ; , . Arbor Day,- which has withm two years become a" recognized institu-' tibn in tho Province of. Quebec, has abready been the means' ot much benefit,-as this 'spring 5 nearly ''150 000 trees' were "planted pu that day. It has also attracted much attention to the study of forestry aiid intir ested many, especially school ' chil dren. ' If one of the days devoted to statute' labor on the highways were devoted to tree t planting,' the benc. fits accruing' would be very gfeaK " '''' : . aa .V ' " i:.'J By a recent decision jof itb-o Su preme Court it is not, improbable that the t Missouri i Pacific railroad will be taken from, Mr,. , Jay, Gould and restored to the stockholders of a the old corporation , from whom , it was captured, through alleged fraud , by Commodore Garrison, eight years ago. If, the foreclosure under. which Garrison obtained, the property! ,is declared void, the. $54,000,000 of se curities issued on, it, by , Mr. Gould will become worth only their weight as waste paper. ; ;;i , ....... , j ., i : , . , .i "They attempted to bribe m6 once when 1 was a member of the' Coin. mon Council," said a striker who is but of '.business ', and out at the 'el. bows. "BTow was that?" inquired a friend. , fThere was an important vote to'.be5 given,, arid Tim Dockerty said that he would rather give ten thousand dollars than have me vote the.way I intended!". Did ' Tim havo the money ?7 asked the friend. "He never bad five dollars .to his .i i .ii-. name, but it .was an attempt at bri bery, nevertheless, and" I resisted." Chicago Tithes. ' " -ni ; One fellow was from Wilcox and the .other resides in this county The Wilcox man. said; "After our, cyclone, a year or two ago, a large number of birds and chickens, wre, found from which every feather had been striped by the terrible wind if nothing!" ''exclaimed' ' the ' Pulaski man. "Una oi ,my neignoors naa his welf blown crooked byltbe's'ahae cypione that he has no been abieto get a. bucket down into it sinceand was 'compel 'to! dig another Veil." At this point! the mealing adjourn ed. jratctcUsville (t7d.j Wetts:' ! an ' " ' "' ' ' ' ' ' fa a at" ; ' ' ' ' I i i k- If A few days ago a boy earned JJlt mar, of Portland, , Me., got , a piece ef.steel' into one of. his bands, A surgeon, examined the wound,, and decided; that he , would , have, to', cut his hand open for two inches to ex tract the ,pieco.of .steel, i;. He ; first J took the boy-to the s Wes tern- light station, and tried the valns of. elq- in fact, they were peeiea as buck as an. onion, but the fowls were .still alive , and kicking. '"'"Oh, that's to hanxU,A gteel instrument. -was iu- J 8trnraet wasvineerted- i I wound 'unlif U"reached- th lnto. the e piece, j only the small hole where it had en- I (a 1,Akt .iJ ll V , ,) T1 r':" lUOTiJ gainmgf. ihuiuwu. sucieiy aro just .npy. exercised by , the , H wcpv.erjrj -J Hat pome young ladies have been tattoo- ibrTflhayirW H,he laitlalsof thdjr' lovers pricked into their skin where i fc-M -notVisi hie: oT t KcT v6t Id, and la-' digo tliettrabbedlnleavlftg urh- deliblo mark, e Tho parents of the , iHI11 Pyofes to be,.satjs- I Pea tuat no wroncr has becen coin- I mittcd, and that it is simnlv ji nn. .. . ' i , i . , J , . . X a- " niaonjhe .paft.of the " young wo. " i r. O . Z- V (i I men- in years to come; vhVn1, I Joha Smith marries a blu?hinir and bewitchip;. damsel, ho will "not'be" made happier b- discovering that 1 D li a ltAi l.ll 1 rr T ially if, he happens to rccollect'thct T T " - .'.'-' V. Jones was once very intimato with her. TT ashinaton Fust. ,1 I VHi.f ?.'.-. WORK IN" JULY, Southern Cultivator. Julyfsofton 1 )J-V liar. A 1 I. A 11 f . vu v "ot H'iac.,ll n cr9P are 8ta"ted with diOiculty; and yetv there are some which it is desirable should be planted. Tha nracticesoilinrr a.1 n a. 1 " wu""" BUC-- wu 1 S terage; and those who want wel1 fil,ed barns through . fo.,v. miajjv-j Jtnu LUOSO I the winter.find itmost easi I v secured by a succession of sowing from early snrinir through tho '. summer, and , l OI 0 . . , uuv .ouihijii;! . uu i until the lateness of the season rend ers' them -useless.. If land has been broken! since tho heavy .ruins of spring say in April or early. , in May-i-and not diaturbed afterward,". it'will ordinarily bo moist cnou.;hi txbr.ingoup seeds properly-put in,. If one is in doubt about it, kow on a cloudy, still day? -if ther'o is no rain- I or : immediately ? aftr a shower if ono occurs. Upon drill,, sow . seed, atid cover at onco, exposing the epii to- the air as li tile as i passible., ,, It, I verv d high list, aqdubscquently knock off with a board, -Sow only lato in. the - afternoons! ontl early ; in the. mornings suspend such , work durt. ing the i heat of the .day, There is, also another' point of great! import-, ance in such opera tions-it is:wbat. gardnersterm'fiFming." ; This con sists in pressing the seeds, into itho soil, so that, they; iuaybe:in I (Joho contract with it.-. It may bo done by rnnning a wheel in the drill after the seeds are sown and .before thej are covered. W here seods are dropr fped in hills, we sometimes have tie hand step on each hilLasi propped, and ' thus press- the seedsinn the gronnd; but a wheel is best foivmbst Cases aml the time and , i labor sj)ent in running itj will; bo well paid for in the increased ' promptness with which a crop -will oomo ur in drv X ----- j weather, and tho betterstand which will bo i secured. . A simple -wheel may bb made of broad plank-r--like a boy's hom.e-mado wagon. wheelTr and a chap can run it in the5 drill as well as anybody. : , t ,: : ''Of seeds which may. -be. sown as above in drills, are German millet drills a foot apart and forage corn; it is getting i almost too lato. to isojv the ; taller millcts-as; ivory 'twhoar, Millo maize, cte. ; Amber cane might do, but we cannot speak adviseiild, Dover: having tried i iL i All I things considered, forage corn is ithe noofit reliable-for July so wings, 'and i 'cow peas' for these 6till latter.m I -,,! i "Of root crops, we esteem sweet po tatoes land artichokes ;ajs .deejdodly tho best for a Southern climatcrjbnt a few tuff h1ps7atrteirst7might to bo raised ori the' scbra of variety) if no other; The rutabaga fetanda :t tho head 'of the list, and preparation for it; should- begin this' month."! Tho ground' for 'turnips' 'required to Ibo plowed and harrowed at1 intervals of a few weeks, -three or-four times, before tho 'seed !iS' !sown;: fA very fine lilflHs' essential to raio a good crop Of turnips;:' iManure' should be thoroughly mixed -with tho' soil- in other wbklsit ought' td be -applied previotTS ' to the last two plowing?, to give if rift opportunity tb get well mixed with tbe soil; i ..The turnip is an emniverbri3 '!fecder and ineod3 a good supply of nitrogen, ph6sph6iic acfd and potash;? -J A combination' of cotton seed rncal, acid phosphato and) kainittmcets tho requirements of the case5C0 pounds of moal .and 200- ponnds 'of -each other per acre. Appjy theso broadcast, and then put 50 pounds aditionai of phofiphilO iu the drill .with itho'seodif Butabngas maybci sown .whenever the ground is -damp; enough' from tho 20th ; of July.to the ,20th of Anguat;' .If one cauld bo suro.orajp, the latter are a preforablo.lQ tlqarUer sewings, aa tho. turnip .is.esseptially.a plant of cool, damp climate u :!: ft i -u: .; ivii.ii- 'f'