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THE MILAN EXCHANGE.
W. A. WADE, Publisher.
MILAN. . - TENNESSEE.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Complied from Various Sonrccs.
PEKSOXAL AITO POX.ITICAX
The funeral of Thomas Hoync, a
prominent and wealthy citizen of Chicago,
111., which took place in that cifyon the
31st, wan attended by scores jofthe repre
sentative citizens of Chicago. Jlr. Hoyne
was one of the victim of the recent terrible
railroad accident at Carlyon, N. Y.
The Democrats of Minnesota as
sembled in State Convention at St. Paul on
the 2d and nominated W. IV. McXatr for
Oovernor, R. L. Frazee for Lieutenant
Governor, J. J. Green for Secretary
of State, John Ludwig for State
Treasurer, J. VV. Willis for Attorney
General and P. Lindholtn for Railroad
Commissioner. Prohibition resolutions
were passod. The platform doclares for
tariff for revenue only, approves the river
and harbor bills, and calls for revision of
the patent laws.
The long contest In tho Massachu
setts Legislature over the election of Unit
ed States Senator was brought to a close
on the 2d by the election of Austin F. Pike
on the forty-second ballot. -
Mrs. Maiiy W. Blodqett, widely
known as a nurse In the Naval Hospital
during the war, died in Chicago, 111., a few
A special train over tho Chicago &
Northwestern Railway, conveying Presi
dent Arthur, General Sheridan and party,
en route for Yellowstone Park, left Chica
go, 111., on the 3d.
Sir Charles Dilks the other day
called the attention of the House of Com
mons to the necessity for great care in
guarding against cholera In England during
the next six weeks.
Colonel E. G. Marshall died at
Canandaigua, N. Y., a few days ago from
the effect of wounds received during the
war. . .....
TitOF. T. W. Tobin, . well-known
throughout the West as a scientist, and
whose lectures on explosions In flour mills
attracted wide interest died at Louisville
the other morning, of consumption.
There was a report from Washing
ton, D. C, on the Oth that an offensive and
defensive alliance ' had been concluded
between Mexico and Germany, and that
there had been a difficulty between the
American and Gorman ministers in the
land of the Aztecs.
The Commissioners of Immigration
at New York have presented a very satis
fying report on the subject of the assisted
immigrants whose return to Ireland was
made the occasion of a protest by the
Davitt, in addressing a meeting in
County Clare, Ireland, recently declared
that the British Government was reduced
to such extremities that it could not protect
its vilest instruments.
"The Archbishop of Naples is to Be
made a Cardinal in recognition of his ser
vices to the sufferers by the recent earth
Thirty thousand people took part
n a demonstration in the Trafalgar Square,
1ondon, the other day to protest against
be exclusion of Brad laugh from the House
C P. Bledsoe, editor of the Nash
ville (Tenn.) Banner, died at Palestine,
Ter., a few days ago. He had accompanied
the Tennessee Editorial Excursion to Texas
and found himself unable to return on ac
count of sickness, and stopped off at Pal
estine. The general election throughout
Utah occurred on the Gth, resulting in an
overwhelming victory for the Mormons
everywhere, except in Summit County,
where a portion of the Liberal ticket was
W. W. McNair, nominated for Gov
ernor by the late Iowa Democratic Conven
tion, has declined to accept the nomination.
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
Fire at Danbury, .Conn., the other
night destroyed the Dexter hat factory and
contents, valued at $100,000. At McGregor,
Iowa, a block of Duildings was swept away
and ten Arms, in various lines, lost $3T,000.
At Yale, In British Columbia, 8G0
cases of giant powder exploded the other
day, breaking all the windows in town.
No one was killed.
There had been no rain for two
months In British Columbia up to the 2d
inst. ' Forest fires were raging exten
sively. William Smith, a ' Baltimore "(Md.)
shop-keeper, having bad a difficulty with
his wife, the other day killed her and then
A powder-mill explosion at Angou
leme, France, the other day killed bIx per
sons and injured several others. The
damage to property was a million franc.
A youno Swede, said to be an ille
gitimate son of the King of Sweden, otm
mitted suicide In the Lutheran Church" at'
Englewood, a suburb of. Chicago- slll.f
few days ago. Lwi
Charles Henry Lee, colored, was
hanged at Richmond, Va., on the 8d for
the murder of Daniel Miller, another col
ored man, in Henrico County. 1
At Midlothian, Tex., on he '3d a
tornado destroyed ' a . hotel and injured
many people, .portions of New York and
Pennsylvania were also swept by a storm
the same day, doing much damage to crope
and telegraph wirea, - ' , p i
Mrs. George A Resseur committed
suicide at Indianapolis, Ind., the othar day
by casting herself from a window. She was
I a dispute 'over a game of faro, at
Denver, Colo., a gambler named Vasey shot
Frank Rose, a well-known restaurateur,
to death a few days ago.
John Wall, a Chicago, (111.) police
man who shot the wrong man in a fight,
committed suicide in that city a few days
Felicitas Mejia, the famous bull
fighter of the City of Mexico, was k'lled
the other day in the arena by a bull which
twice tossed him in the air.
Frank Girton, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
disappeared some days ago. His wife
dreamed the other night that she saw his
body in White River, and sure enough
ttiere they found It. ' '
, At Bryantsville, Ky., four negroes
were fatally shot in an election fight on the
Oth. beveral other persons, white and col
ored, were injured.
At Fort Wayne, ' Ind., Emanuel
Ton was killed by an officer the other day
wnue attempting to escape from custody.
A fire in Tost street, San Francisco,
Cnl., the other morning destroyed almost
an entire block. Thirty buildings were
burned to the ground, among them the
VV inter Garden Theater and Druids' nail.
The losses wore estimated at over $200,000,
with insurance of less than half that
Sabato Alexander, an Italian
murderer, attempted to commit suicide the
other day by cutting his. throat while on
the way to the prison- after sentence at
Easton, Pa. a,
A man supposed to bo; Frank A.
Dixon, from some small town in Illinois,
jumped from the ferry-boat Edwardsville
at Ht. Louis, Mo., a few days ago and was
Recent anti-Jewish riots at Ekater
inoslav, Russia, are reported to have cost
one hundred lives.
Four expert car-thieves, who were
operating along tho line of the Iron Moun
tain Road as wood-choppers, have been
landed in the Arkansas Penitentiary.
At the Dakan mine, near Harrisburg,
Alaska, recently, three Indians killed a
whisky-seller named Rennie. Citizens
were aroused, but before they could appre
hend the Indians they had killed Major
Givens,formerly of the United States army.
Finally two of the Indians were captured
and hanged, and the next day the chiefs
delivered up the third Indian, and he was
Nine persons were recently drowned
in Lincolnshire, Eng., by the upsetting of
a boat. .
By the burning out of tho Wright
Braid Manufacturing Company at Law
rencej Mass., the other day, $1.0,000 worth
of property was destroyed and one hun
dred and sixty operatives were thrown out
of employment. ' ' ; '-
Fifty-nine persons were recently
poisoned by eating ice-cream at a festival
in Camden, S, C.
John Simmons, a merchant 'living
near Norfolk, Va., shot and killed his wife
anil himself a few days ago.
Three men were killed by a recent
boiler explosion at Ogemaw, Mich.
Governor Blackburn has pardoned
David Ferguson, the defaulting collector
of Louisville, Ky., who has been in the
Penitentiary only since February. The4
flcit was over $200,000. ! .)')'.
Officers of the Santa Fe Railroad
estimate the average yield of wheat in Kan
sas at twenty bushels per acre. Many fields
of oats have exceeded ninety bushels per
acre. A large gain will bo made on the
corn crop of last year.
The total receipts of customs for the
month of July was $20,909,290, against $19,
9.'iO,C37 for the same month last year. This
shows an increase of $9.V. ,6.VI for the first
month under the new tariff law. '
The Acting Postmaster-General has
approved the design for a new four-cent
postage stamp. The stamp will bear a bust
engraving of Andrew Johnson. .
A revenue cutter intercepted a yellow-fever
stricken Norwegian bark off Mo
bile, Ala., the other day and sent her to
Excitement over the result of the
recent Jewish trials- in Hungary ran so
high that the troops had to be called out
on the 6th to preserve order. , (
The saloon-keepers at St. Louis, Mo.,
were not unanimous on the Sunday law
question on the 6th. Some of them closed
and some did not. The police it was said
would send several hundred mora of them
fr- .fin i-fr
x h eke were ioriy-nine aoatns iroin
yellow-fever at Havana, Cuba, during the
week ended on the 4th. .
The Texas & St. Louis Narrow-cause
Railroad began business on the OUi with an
unbroken track from Cairo, 111,, to Gates
ville.Tex." ' ' " ' 1
Vanderbilt it is said will spend half
a million in hotels andfotta 0s at Bedford.
He intends 'to bioW thV fifraf.IJ.rTCr
Ponnsylvanfa. " " k- w
Charles W.lCiiMEJf-rs, ,shoe itiiaDir.
faeturer of Dover, N. H., has failed lor
half a million in consequence of the recent
failure of Shaw & Bros., at Boston.
It is now claimed that it will proba
bly require an international sanitary com
mission to determine whether or not the
plague in Egypt is cholera or nofc , , , , ,
" Lieutenant-Colonel, Iles, who
Was court-martialed recently foa duplicate
ng bis pay accounts, has bt ett. 6ricli5i o
lis post to await sentence, which it was
surmised would not be severe. i A
One hundred . and ten. Brjsh. sQU
diars had died oL cholera in.EtfypV up to
the 0th inst. Jules Avonssolm, professor
of organic chemistry j' would louve- Paris
for Egypt to study the. Natures vt the
cholera epidemic. The plague had Appeared
at Beyrout. Gladstone, the British Premier,
stated that the epidemic seriously impeded
reorganisation in Etjypt and would delay
the withdrawal of the troops.
The total number of deaths in Egypt
on the 6th were 728, including 163 at Cairo,
22 at Rosetta, 10!) at Garbiel, 44 in Daka
lieh and 89 in Beni Buef. The British lega
tion published a note refuting newspaper
assertions that the spread of the cholera in
Egypt was caused by British neglect to
establish proper quarantine regulations.
Clearing-house exchanges for the
week ended on the 4th show unfavorably
as compared with the week liefore and with
the corresponding week of last year.
German men-of-war in American
waters have been ordered to take on only
enough pickled pork to last during the
voyage home. Bismarck hates the Ameri
A strike of railroad telegraph opera
tors was ordered on the Gth on tho eastern
division of the Wabash. But few of the
men obeyed the summons so far as could
be learned. Other lines were to be callad
out each day during the week. Strikes on
some of the Eastern roads occurred on the
A child was taken alive from the
ruins of Casainldola, Italy, the other day,
having been imprisoned seven days. Nine
teen persons injured by the earthquake
have since died in the Naples hospitals.
The United States Consul-General at
Matamoras, Mex., has protested against
the New Orleans quarantine enforced
against that port.
Frank W. Smith, General Secretary
of the Railroad Y. M. C. A., is going to
place a national flag on each of the i:t,700
graves of Union soldiers at Andersonvillo,
Brown Eros. & Co., Detroit (Mich.)
lumber dealers, havo failed for $100,0.10.
The troops engaged in the recent in
surrection at BhiIh joH.iSpnin, numbered "00.
They were joined by 400 civilians.
The police dispersed a Socialist Con
gress at Ravenna, Italy, a few days ago.
Jarrard, the New Jersey ab
sconding Treasurer, has been arrested in
Two American fishermen got astray
from a fishing vessel on the Grand Bunks
and landed at Trnpassey, Canada, the other
day after being five days and nights with
out food or wuter.
i orty-one Cubans liberated from
Spanish prisons arrived in Huvana a few
Two hundred person were present
at a grand banquet which closed a three
weeks' session of the Point Chautauqua
IJN. X.) Uaptist Union a few days ago.
In a slugging match in Madison
Square Garden, New York, the other day,
nullivnn knocked Blade over the ropes, de
feating him in three rounds.
Homestead entries in Dakota for
the year ended June 80 covered 3,267,227
The Treasury Department has paid
out nearly ono million dollars on account
of pensions since the 1st inst. ;
Seven thousand Fennsylvanians
participated on the Oth in a grand celebra
tion of the 120th anniversary of the battle
of Bushy Run, which was fought thirty
miles from Pittsburgh.
The Vermont National Bank of St,
Albans has failed.
LATE SEWS ITEMS.
Returns from the Kentucky election
were coming in very slowly on the 7th, but
the Democrats claimed gains in many
counties, and thut Knott's majority for
Governor would be not less than 40.000.
S. G. W. Benjamlv, the lirst diphv
matio representative of the United States
to Persia, gives a glowing account of his
reception by the Shah.
The warehouses and wharves of tho
Knickerbocker Ic4 Company burned at
Philadelphia on the 7th. Over 2,000 tons of
ice, forty-sevenjiorses and a groat amount
of other property were'destroyed.
The deaths from cholera in Egypt on
the 0th were 598, including seventy-eight at
, The trial of O'Herlihey, Feather
stone, Deasy, Flannigan and Dalton,
charged with having in their possession ex
plosives for the destruction of buildings
and lives, bejran at Livernool. Ens-., on ti,
7th. All tljo prisoners pleaded not guilty.
: at is siateu that 2o,000 stand of small
arms with ammunition have been shipped
from San Francisco to Shanghai, China,
within the past eighteen months, and the
Five Chinamen who recentlv stabbed
ono of their fellows for reducing laundry
rates have been sent to the New Jersey
A TELEORAI'H company has been in
corporated to run a line between New, York
ana uungor, Me.
The strike of railroad operators had
assumed no new phase on the 7th. So far
as could be learned very few men quit
work. The Western Union Comnaiiv
offered 1 1,000 reward for the conviction of
parties who cut their wires in New York. .
L Great loss was caused on tho 7th bv
Van extensive cave in the colliery of the-
Delaware and Hudson Company near
Wilkesbarre, Pa. No one was hurt.
The Georgia Legislature has passed
a general locul option law.
Ihe President of tho Auburndaln
(Mass.) Watch Company has failed.
James JIcDehmott landed in Liver
pool, Eng.. the other duv from A
and was immediately remanded on a charge
oi conspiracy 10 murder omcials.
I Senor Coverubios, of the Mexican
Legation, says the rumor that Mexico and
Germany had entered into a treaty offen
sive ami aeiensive was without fuuada
tlon.''' ' t -r. :. i..
An old mill at Cedar Rapids. Iowal
used for storing hay, was destroyed by fire
me inner mguc aim luree unknown tramps,
sleeping thureia,- were burned to death.-
A man named McFherson, in iail at
Da) ton, Moot., on a cliarge of inirrdox, was
hung by vigilautes in the jail vard at that
place a few nights ago, '
W. W. Uoss, in his crop repiitt to the
Department of Agriculture at Washington
for August 1, says: Corn, once so promis
ing, has been injured some by the drought:
especially was this so with the later plant
ing; it is late, and wit j us this is always
unfavorable. The earlier planted is a fair
crop, and considered an average, while the
later planting is cut off at least one-half:
yet there will be plenty made t-j supply all
home demands, as the acreage is large.
heat is a good average from
twelve to twenty-seven bushels per acre;
fine and plump grain. Oats is good; some
is threshing as much as eighty bushels per
.i.- ! . . .. ... . . . r
i re, mo grain is wen niiea ana Heavy.
Native hay pasture is good. Irish potatoes
very good; sweet not so good needing
rain. Sorghum about on an average,
Apples and peaches are not good. Grapes
very fine. Cotton, tho yield is small; the
early plant is well fruited with bolls and
forms and is now blossoming near the top
and needing rain. The later planted has
but little fruit; it is growing and has done
finely. The crop is at least ten or fifteen
days late, with ten or fifteen per cent, less
oi-nrnse, io 0011 worms io uo any barm
A horse became fastened between the
ties of the railroad bridge nenr Murfrees.
boro, Tenn., recently, delaying the train sev
eral liDiirs. He had undertaken to run
across the bridge.
Swallows took possession of t lie roof
of the Central Hotel ut Churlotte, S. C, in
such numbers that it was necessary to send
a man on the roof with a whip to dislodge
New Orleans policemen are provided
with poisoned sausages, and havo exter
minated so many curs that the sirects ire
now poisoned with the odor of deca'ng
Simon Furgorson, an illitfrs to negro
coal-miner, residing near Charleston. IV.
Va., claiming the power to cast out dev Us,
caned at the bouse of a sick woman re
cently, and declared that she was in the
hands of Satan. He won her coufl.lei-ce,
and prescribed for her a quart bottle of
poke-root, angle-worms, grasshoppers and
gruos, well steeped in hot wuter, a wine-
glassful to be taken every four hours. The
patient took the medicine until her alarm
ing condition caused a physician to be
Theslign alias Ernest Mayer, hailing
from bt. Louis and Cincinnati, was can
tured in Shreveport, La., a few days ago. It
was charged that he obtained money in
Texas by falsely representing himself as
the agent of W. J. X.emp, of St. Louis, and
otner business men.
Ben Hardy and two other men,
whose names were not known, Govern,
mcnt pile-drivers, fell overboard and were
drowned at Maysville, Ky., tho other day,
near where five men were drowned by the
capsizing of skiffs a few duys before.
A New Orleans physician assures the
citizens who are dreading the npproaeh of
the cholera that the safest place in the
world against the disease is the piny
A Chattanooga (Tenn.) cow commit
ted suicide the other day by holding her
head under water and standing until she
fell over drowned.
The Government tea farm at Sum
merville, S. C, has been restocked, and a
new effort to got funds to run it will be
made at the next session of Congress.
A rattlesnake seven feet long was re
cently killed at Gulf . Hanimock, Fla. IS
had nine rattles, showing it to be nint
A number of people in tho town of
Union, S. C, were poisoned recently by
eating ice-cream flavored with almond ex
tract. Sidney Gardner, twenty-two year?
old, was run over and killed by a train on
the C, O. & S. W. R. R.f at Paducah, Ky.,
a few days ago. -
At Bondurant's Landing, Miss., tho
other day George Watsonaud Clinton Hines
became involved in a difficulty over a game
of cards. Hines stabbed Watson several
times with a dagger, causing instant death.
The murderer escaped.
In tearing down an old house near
Warm Spruigs, N. C, recently the skeleton
of a mail-carrier was found, with a leather
mail-bag containing over thirty letters
dated 1827, some containing old bank bills.
Stephen Green, of Colleton, S. C
the other duy admluisteied sulphate of
morphine to his wife and two children,
mistaking it for sulphate of quinine. Soon
afterward one of the children died, and
while Green was attending the funeral the
other child expired. His wife was not
expecte I to recover.
The Georgia Legislature is consider
ing a bill to prohibit Sunday excursions.
Fred Weisser, an old citizen of Pop
lar Grovo, Ky., drew J70J pension money
the other day and went to drinking with a
mixed party. Next morning ho was found
on the roadway near his home, having been
beaten nearly to death and robbed of his
Half-pound peaches are advertised in
Mobile, Ala. ' '
At .Langley, Crockett County, Tex.,
a few days ago, Solomon Norris, who had
recently been appointed Deputy Sheriff,
was given a warrant for . the . arrest of A.
Lamb, who was charged with the theft of
cattle. Norris attended to arrest Lamb,
when the latter pulled his six-shooter and
attempted to use it, whereupon the JA-puty
Sheriff fired and killed him. The Coroner's
jury rendered a verdict that Lamb was
killed while resisting- arrest.
i Fire the other afternoon, destroyed the
pavilion at the foot of Center street in 'Gal
veston, Tex., and several other building.
Robert Sprauger, snare drummer of the
Pavilion Band, lost hisjlifo io the conflagra
tion. The Are was believed to be the work
of an incendiary. The total loss was $15,.
000; partially insured.
Kentucky has but 2,059 paupers.
FACTS AXD FIGURES.
Connect lent devotes 90,000 acres 4o
tho cultivation of the oyster.
At a m nt sale of Al.lernev cattle,
n Frankfort, Ky., the bull Wanderer
There are now not less than 12,0V
Chinamen in British Columbia :ind tho
numtier is increasing fully ion per
month by the arrival of ship-load in
The NavaV) Indi.ins will Imve a
wool "lip this year of over
pounds. The hides and pelt that they
will handle will amount to about C0O,
000 pounds Chicago Time.
Florida constructed more miles of
railroad last year than any other South
ern State except Georgia: and at her
present rate of railroad building she
will discount Georgia this year. Chi
The American railroads are worth
almost twice as much a Great Britain's
railroads and shipping combined. The
British shipping is valued at $1,000,
000,000; British railroads at $:t. 700,000,.
000; American railroad at 5-6.. 100,000, -000.
X. '. Sun.
Texas papers claim that the profits
on cattle-raising in that State have
averaged loo jier cent, in the past live
years, while m some eases t'.icv have
reached 00 per cent., un.f the claim is
substantiated by an array of statistics ,
that abundantly prove the e.v-o.
According to iigures published bv
tho Commercial and b'inanrial Chron
icle, the cotton crop of the season 182
8:5 will be the great est. ever vet produced
in tho South. It is estimated at 7,100,
000 bales, which is more than l.fiOO.OOO
bale9 larger than that of last year
nnd a half a milliou larger than that of
1880-81, the largest hitherto recorded.
The first steel rail rolled in Ameri
ca was rolled at the North Chicago Roll
ing Mill Company's works in Chicago,
May 25, 18II5. a little over eighteen
3 ears ajo. That steel rail cost those
who made it 8500,(HM) in experiments
and outlay, and when it was made there
was nothing to show for the outlay, but
the rail whs an established fact. To
day American steel rails are preferred
to those made in Europe. Philadelphia.
Something like $100,000,000 is
elers in Luropo, the New York Mail
thinks. The amount spent ever- sum
mer at the New Jersey seaside resorts
is by no means insignificant. One paper
estimates that the season receipts from
Lonsr Beach to Ijmw Hrnnoh in.tn;.-.
are not less than $8,000,000, and the
l liiladelphia I'rena thinks .t.o00,000 a
low estimate of the receipt from Lon
Branch to Cape May.
WIT AXD WISDOM.
A mnn u-hn inveta immn' n ilir.
glue business is very apt to set stuck.
If vou are rcallv dotprmincil - ov-
nand vour chest tho best wnv tn ilr it in
to carry a larger heart. -
Ihe consciousness of wronj-doini
irj w liic b.mii mini, u lurgotien peg in a
boot is to tho foot. You can't be happy
"uil J". I .IVJ DUIUULllIU BUUllD 11. -AV.
AMandan man. whom wifo l-nnnl-n.l
him out of bed in a rage and bunged his
eves, tells his friends that h e is KirfilVirinfr
from inflammatory room-mate-ism.
"Your composition," said an Aus
tin school-teacher to Johnny l'i..letop,
is uie worst in tno lot. l ou begin by
putting no period at the end of the last.
sentence." Texas Si f Unas.
It is nil Vl'rv wpll for n mon tr. V.o
licve that the earth revolves on its axis,
but when he becomes thoroughly con
vinced that he is himself the axis the
Ujss you have to do with him the better.
XT IT ir l.i i
it. i. jivruui. '
"Ma!" screamed n. litt.ln hnv nn
Lexinrrton nvonnn vtnnlv I ot..V
0 - - - , jfc w.Al
a going to play with Tommy Miller any
wore. - - -Am i going to play with
who?" "Tommy Miller." ""Why?"
"Cause he won't play with me." Ar.
. i. ews.
Collesre students don't n1en n t
ble waiters. When you call one a mis
erable jackass for spilling tho soup
down your back and giving you a salt
cellar filled with RlHmr. lift nf rviiira.k
can't answer back, as it ia ayaiust tho
..i., i. . i r i -
tun; a ui hid uuici, uul uo can say some
thing to another waiter in Greek which
iuu tun v u.iuL-i 3UIUU, oui W(11CU J OU:
'col sure is horrible nhnsn r.f vnnnnlf
ud it's awful maddening.
The densitv of Ice riiflVra mn-mnnh
with the loncritiidn.
o - V.I9 - v -3
of ice in Burlinrton. Ia.. is about thrne
feet square; in Cincinnati it is about the
size oi a soap-box; in Pittsburgh it is aa
1 . 1 ,v ) a t , . ...... : .- Ill 1.1 ,
ui aa a. nivnc-JMJu IU X 11 liatlCipilia
it has to bo put in the ice-chest directly
iroin me wagon, or it will melt away
before vou can run into tin. Iinno u--.iT.
it, and in New York, if you ask a dealer
for ten pounds of ice, ho laughs in a
hollow manner and says ho never hoard
of such a thinr. Yon tU-n tiftv nmmij
or nothing, and then ho weighs it on a
lnt.iil.ani 1 . I...-.. t T. 1. . ,
There is nothinrr in' t-hla xim-1,1 Ik.t .
pays such large dividends as cheerful
ness. ' We are ant. in forn-of (!,. .,. ..
- i"i -u . - i u ain
not by nature intended to be snapping
turtles. Grmnblinir is the
which, as the countryman said, we '
"ortent" to do. and fWi
one thing we take most delight in go
ing.;. Lio would be sweeter and bright
er f,or you if you would speak this Jiule "
piece to yourself every mornm-;
wninue ami lioe, sin as you go, ' " '
SDorten the row br the mni v.,., v... . 1
' Hot ' temner muL-c'u ! r.,or,, .
. ' " . n i i, . CUCU11C.. "
a either a word nor a sfr.no ..una .
can be called back. N. Y. Herald.