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An Antique Tale.
A story of Mark Twain andSergeaut Ballentme U told as follows: Shortly after the Englinh barrister arrived here he wrote to Twain for some special piece of iu formation. The humorist forgot to answer,' and Dallentine, after waiting a while, sent him by mail a sheet of pier and a stamp. In the course of time he received the following rwponse, written on a postal card: ' Puper and stamp received. Tlease send au envel ope. Mark Twain." The-juke has au antique flavor, which fact only verifies the suspicion that Mark really worked it off on the unsuspecting Englishman. ISiiclmpalbd. Quick, complete cure, all annoying kidney, bladder, and urinary diseases. $1. Druggists. iTeriajed It. A new rival brass band was hired to play at the funeral of a Connecticut deacon. They were playing a slow and solemn dirge at the grave, when sud denly the trombone man shot out u blast that started the hearse horses and broke up the whole procession. The leader, turned upon him fiercely, asked him what in the name of all hot places at once he was doing that for? lie an Bwered with a smile: "Gosh! I thought it was a note, and it was a hoRs fly; but I played it." Detroit Free Press. "Hough ou Rats." . Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers, loc. Druggists. Men Wanted. The great want of the age is men. Men who are not for sale; men who are sound from centre to circumference true to the heart's core. Men who will condemn a 'wrong in a friend or a foe. in themselves ns well as others. Men who will stand for the right if the heavens totter and the earth reels. Men who will tell the truth, and look you square in the face iu doing it. Men who know their places and fill them. These are the sort of men we need in high as well as low places. Skinny Men. "Wella Health Renewer" restores health jind vigor, cures dyspepsia, im potence, sexual debility. $1. An Old Letter. Edokia, December, Year Two. Dear Eve : I have been on the rampage now about one month, pros pecting for our new borne, and have seen some ranches that will do pretty well, but none of them just the ticket. The old garden is a hard place to beat, but we have lost that and are turned out now to root hog or die. We will fight it out now on this line if it takes all summer. Eating that apple was a great bluuder, but, my dear girl, let bygones be bygones ; there is hope fur us yet. Just as soon as I strike a good claim I'll come back to you. Watch over Cain closely; he is a brick. The weather is raw and cold. I fuel that I am too thinly clad. No more now; from your loving Adam. P. S. Has Cain cut another tooth yet? We will wager a year's Fuhseription that a 25 cent package of Sheridan's Conditon Powders contains more pure ingredients and costs more money than a bushel of any kind put up iu large packs. Sheridau's powders are abso lutely pure. A soap mine has been diecovered in California. The substance is a deposit of w hite earth, free from grit, and im preguated with u small per eentage of potash, It is easily sliced into bars, und for cleaning purposes is a fair sub etitutc for manufactured soap. Avalaucho : The cattle disease was first introduced into the United States in North Carolina in 1793. The dis ease is similar to yellow fever, and a black frost kills it. The remedy sug gested by the agricultural department is the removal of cattle from infwteii districts during warm weather. Life In Texas. "You am de squares! man in Austin," said old Uncle Mose, eutcring a drug store and taking the clerk by the hand. The drug man blushed modestly aud said he always tried to do his duty as a Christain and an American citizen, re gardless ot age, race, sex or previous condition. "I knowed right off that you was a Christain, sah. No man in de drug store bizness 'ceptin' a follerer ob de Lawd would hang out sich a sign as you has got. Hit shows you am a Christ ian fust, and a pisen mixer afterward. I was jest spellin' it out. Hit am de best advice eln;r I got in a drugstore." "What sign are you talking about, Uncle?" asked the some-whatbewilder- druggist. "Dat ar," said the old man, pointing to a placard ou the wall which read : Tasteless Medicines." "Dat ar am de best advice in do worlds taste less medicines. I neber had tasted no medi cines, no how, and dat ar am do chief reason I'se alive and, kickiu "y it. But you am do fust Christain druggist e.ber I struck," and the old man strolled out just in time to avoid stopping with his head a package of hair restorer that the infuriated druggist hurled after him. Texas Siftings. The frequency with which children are now seized with fver and then with convulsions, . is at tie present hour some thing alarming. Cases which end in death crop up every day, A little one that may an hour ago have been the delight of the family is now in many a home writing in the agonies of spasm. Do we not hear it everywhere around us ? Worms are at the bottom of the mischief. They have brought on that fever which was hanging about the lit tle victim in such an insidious way that it was well one day and ill another, un til at length, between the inroads pro- uceu by these pests and the malaria now so widely spread, the constitution gave way entirely, and frightful, and too often fatal, convulsions result. What is the remedy ? Kill the worms in the ntestines, clean the body from them, hive them out by Wilder's Worm Svrup. There will bo no more convu sions, no more deaths amongst the little ones. Give them the benefit of the production of skill and science, and by means ot ilders Worm feyrup save them trora this cruel death. Have you a dull sense of weigh about your ljead now and again chang ing into positive pain ? Does your food appear tasteless or bitter, your tongue feel thick and rough in the morning or when fasting ? Have you no appetite at all, or one capricious and voracious? Is there a constant flow of saliva with heartburn ? Do your meals feel heavy on your stomach ? Do you sit down to eat with a great desire and longing for 'ood, and rise without touching hardly any? Are you disinclined for exertion? easily wearied, always in a state of las situde? If so, you have dyspepsia and its train of evils. You can he cured of them all by taking Edward Wilder's Stomach Bitters. It has? cured thou sands. Enjoy life and thank Edward Wilder. SMILES. It is claimed that Johnson's Anodyne Liniment is almost infallible in the cure of diplhcria, pneumonia, inlluenza.bron chitis, congestion of the lungs, and dry, hard coughs. This may all be true. We know it will prevent diptkeiia am that it will cure the croup instantly. Experienced lumbermen say that the eupply of walnut is diminishing, ami that fully three-fourths of the good stock throughout the country has been consumed within the last ten year Mrs. Tyler, the ex-president's widow, is in Washington. She enjoys the dis tinction of being the only woman who ever entered the White House a bride. Fhe ha a young daughter, who was an infant at, the time of the ex-president's ith, in 18G2. She is very afTublo, but sIk has not forgotten the stately inaiuMr thai were iu fashion 40 years jvgd. He wvars her hair jint r its represented in the irlih portrait of her, which was painted when she was a bride. Appropriate name for a bulldog Agrippa. What most frequently becomes a woman ? A little girl. Arteraus Ward used to say of liars "It is better not to know so much than to know eo many things that ain't so. "Charley is growing a perfect love of a mustache.said one girl to another; "I can see it plain." "So yrto ought to, dear, it is frequently right under your nose. A recent trial elicited the fact that many German girls cultivate their hair for sale. American girls do the same, but the girl always goes with the hair "Mr. Speaker, I rise to a pint of or der," yelled a rural legislator. '"Order two of 'em," came from another part of the house. Washington has "comet parties "A good idea, by Jupiter," says Spinks, "for the boys can now planet to get tho girls away from their Mars." "That's a good war steed," said a liv ery stable keeper to a customer, point ing to a mangy looking animal. "Why so?" Because he'd sooner die than run?" Said a farmer, who was given to long drinks, to a brother agriculturist, "What breed of cattle would you ad vise me to adopt?" "Short horns," was the significant reply. Caution in the premises : "Hadn't I better prny for rain to-day, deacon ?" "Not to-day, dominie, I think," was the prudent reply; "the wind isn't light." An insane Rochester girl gets out of ImkI at midnight, and goes to work saw ing wood in the back yard. Her fa ther deeply deplores her insanity, but ho always leaves the wood pile handy for her to get at. Anxious to explain the meaning of hyperbole, a Presbyteriau minister said : "Perhaps you do not understand the meaning of the word 'hyperbole. This word, my friends, increases or di niishcs a thing beyond the xact truth. Suppose I should say the whole of this congregation is fast asleep, and that would be a hyperbole ; for there is not above one-half of you deeping." "How can I leave you, my darling?" murmured a Toledo lover in tones ot distressing tenderness, as he observed both bauds of the clock approach a per pendicular on the dial. "Well, John," responded the girl with wicked inno cence, "you can take your choice. If you go through the hall you'll be lia ble to wake up father, and if you leave by way of the back shed you'll be like ly to wake up the dog." Toledo Amer ican. "I think I shall have to ask your e.-rort this evening," said a sister to her big brother. "Well, I guess not. Do you suppose I'm going to let folks know I can't go with any girl but my sister? I'll stay at home first." There is a good deal of such accommodation in families. Florida orange groves are not fo much in demand as they were. The orange grove business ha3 been over done. Over $12,000,000 has been placed in the South during the last two years in establishing cotton mills. The av erage profit is 18 per cent., while the Northern mills yield but 7 per cent profit. CLur. riiEHiu To any one sending us a club of 5 new subscribers to the Standakd, with 85 in cash, we will send post-paid or deliver at J. B. llitchey's Drug and Book Store, any one of the following beautiful and valuable books. They are beautifully bound in cloth, gilt, price 81.00 each. Routledge's Red Line Poets : Cow per, Milton, Wordsworth, Southey, Goldsmith, Burns, Moore, Pope, Seott, Herbert, Campbell, Shakspeare, Wil lis, Chaucer, Mrs. Hemans, Shelley, Coleridge, Hood, Lord Lytton's Poems, Sacred Poems, Comic Poetry, Familiar (Quotations. Miscellaneous books: Ivanhoe, Children of the Abbey, Life of Napo leon, Scottish Chiefs, Pilgrim's Pro gress, Robinson Crusoe, Tales from Shakspeare, Waverly, Thaddeus ot Warsaw, Rob Roy, Last Days of Pom peii, Arabian Night?, Child's History of England, Swiss Family Robinson, Vicar of Wakefield, Adventures of Don Quixote, Gulliver's Travels. If preferred, instead of one of the books, we will send n an extra copy of the Standard one year to any one sending us -a club of nve new subscn bers. 1831 rr 1883 Country Gentleman. The' Best of the Agricultural Weeklies. The Country Gentleman In the leading journal of American Agriculture. In the amount anil practical value of the contents. in extent and ability of correspondence, in quality of paper ami style of publication, it occupies the Urst rank, it is believed tot have no superior iu either of the three chief divisions of Farm Crom and VrocewteH, Horticulture ana l'rult-u rawing, Live Stock and ltalrylng. while) it also includes all minor deportments of rural iutcrest, such us the "Poultry Yard, t.ntomoiogy, lice-Keeping, ureen house and Grapery, Veterinary replies, Farm Questions and Answers,. Fireside Heading, Domestic Economy, and a summary of the news of the week. Its market reports are unusually complete, and much attention is paid to the prospects of the crops, ns throwing light upon one of the most important of ail ques tionsWhen to buy and wheu to sell. It is liberally illustrated, and is intended to sup ply, in a continiuilly increasing degree, and iu the best sense of the term a LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER. The volume of the Country Gentleman for 1882 was greatly enlarged by increasing its size from 16 to 20 pages weekly, but the terms still continue as follows, when paid strictly in advance : One copy one vear, $2.50; four copies $10, and an additional copy for the year free to the sender of the Club. fir All new subscribers forl8S3, paying in advance now, will receive the paper weekly, from receipt of remittance to Janu ary 1st, 1883, without charge. Specimen copies free. Address. LUTIIER TUCKER & SON, Publishers, Albany, N. Y. TUTT'S EXPEGTORAHT Ii composed of iierbul uuU Mm-iiugiiiout prod uct, wmcli permeate the substance ptths luug, expectorate the acrid matter tliuteollBOii in I no Jiiuiieiiml 'iui'er, iiiidiurmta suothlug coating, winch rHeves the Ir rltatlou tlmt g.iw tliu coiikIj. It cleanses the lung of nil impurities, strengthens them when eaec"iera uy wiscn.i;, invigor ates the circulation of the blood, anil braces the ucrroua system. Slight colds often end In consumption. It is (lnnerous to neglect them. Apply the remedy promptly. A tuatut' twenty yuart wurnints tho awruon that no remedy lias ever been forma that Ian prompt iiiitHctfeot-mTl'TT'S EXPECTORANT. A single dose raises the plilr(im, suuluts iufl imiiiation, and its use Kpeedily Hire, the mop) obstinate couvh. A pleasant cordial, ehll lire n take it readily, iur Croup It U luvaluablo ml i-luviiil ! in evovy family. G5.V K if. iPILLO " 7 I V OH THE LIVER. ' !,.! levtr, iky n(t ptia, f-'s. 'i w..t i', i.tiious Colic, Consilpa- tlo;i. :vi'"'t:'.iMi(-.ia,ii!c,ralr;UaUonof the lUm r, ii.7iui'sM, Torpid Liver, and I'l'inclf i .-rcgr.lnvities. If you do not "feel '17 -r " - : I cJ.tiir.a atimulntesth " ' ';"i.-.riit'',inip!irt.viirortnth' : Vnreny St . IV. Y. ' ' TS MANUAL fREE." ADOPTED BY THE KNOXVILIE SCHOOL BOARD. . Cb More Move in the Direction of Uniformity ! ; The Second Cwicresaional District Institute 0f Tonrthpru. hi.li unanimously passed very strong resolution w fcwr 0f adopting the school-booka published by E. II. Butler & Co ' Director, and teachers wit Un tho district were advised to, lopt these books for the schools, eo'that persona movine about could take their books with them, and not be put to the expense of purehasinir new books Many counties have already taken action in faviir of the books recommended, and the work of uniformity 0?a bravely ou. On the 24th instant the Knoxville Board adopted 7 THE NEW AMERICAN READERS AND SPELLERS for use in the Public Schools in that City. ' Previous to that time they had adopted and introduced the following : Mitchell's Outline Maps. New American Heading Charts, Mitchell's Geographies. New American Arithmetics. Counties that have not yet adopted are advised to correspond with the undersigned, who will promptly answw letters 111 regard to prices of books and terms for introduction and exchange. . - ,r . J0I111 W. Xjiulett, Knoxville, Tekn., May 1st, 1S82. Agent for the Southern States. KlffOX COUWTY SCHOOLS, The following mentioned books, published by E. II. Cutler & Co., were adopted by the unanimous vote of- a con vention of the directors and teaUers for a term of six years, to be used iu the Public School of Knox county Ten New American Headers i- v New American Spellers.-. New American Arithmetics. MiteheU's New Scries of Geographies, ' Mitchell's New Outline JIaps, . Butler's Pictorial History or the Uuitei States, - new American ngaQing unan?. M0RF0RD & BILES Keep Constantly ou 1 1 ami a Large Stock of Groceries, . Hardware, Iron, Stoves, Paints, Oils, Tobacco, Etc A LARGE STOCK OF- FLOUR, BACON, LARD. 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It wnl Mircly jjlffpy"!!. l:'ic!iit-nr I iiislirsiipfrmrlnl.iittr, jg Kscuccs nf liir.'rr aiu other T'liits, as itbi.il ls vi'-s. ntall ,i'-.iVi -ii ill n :si .N "iti ii -e wi;ln'.it jijsi'Mi.itiireiif Hi mi & t -i.,N V. t- v 1 1 rcir-ui.w M l.UlOlt S.WIMi IS HU llNlJ TliS HOLI.Ml SIZE. Piles! Piles! Piles! A sure rare for Wind, Jilei'ilmR and Itclunir l'ilos. A single box of Ur. VdLUAM'S IkblAN Pitt 0!NTMtNf h;is cnrt'il Hie worst olirunie ca-f I hirtv V'lir stHtiiltnt!. Sold mid ifitHii- lucndfd by all ilnicuHts. 1'nce sd-WJ by mau. Arthur Peter & U., Whoiesale Acents, l.orisvii.i.K, Ky. --liT- f; ' a.. -IS T. L. Miller Co., HEREFORD CATTLE COTSWOLD SHEEP BERKSHIRE SWINE. Bklcuer, Will Co., Illinois. U2 O CO c C o SO 9 H Q CHICAGO WEEKIYIWS May 1st, 1882. TF. C, GIBBS, County Superintendent, From Prof. Albert Ruth, Sup't Knoxville City Public Schools. em. attractive eUq I liave exainmed wUh eare the New American 8icllers, Arithmeties and Renders, and nm Llglilv pleased with them. The Spellers are excellent little books, making the ttttidy of one of the most important of Kiigliuh branches an atti tion. A new and prominent feature in these works, is that of rluwiifvinir word, liv t.mixn n m. U1.c;i,i :j The Arithinetics are capital little books, neat, clen pnj attractive. The combinntion of Oral and Written exercises is just the hloe that is needed to enforce and impress important principles on the iiind of the learner The Headers by the'r extensive circulation sneak for thumselycs. All that nse them' are pleased with them. They are popul ar h cause they ought to he. Combining the advantages of the Wprd Method, the Phonic System, and Object teaching! they show tha their authors understood how reading ought to he taught. II npnm htTrriTT Knoxville. Tenn.. May 1st. 1882. " A ill KM. K I H These liooks htty been largely'adopted from Johnson to Shelby, aud from the Kentucky line to tho North Carolina ie.. They are giving universal satisfaction. 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