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W. T. NTXONj TV v t W. A. BTKWART. f Publisher. LAWfiilNCEBURQ. TENNESSEE. KAINTUCK. When He Found His Way After Being Sold. Home I THERE! Get out, I say! Call off your doffl Say! What do moan by keep ing such a brute as that Hello! hello!" It was a man's voice, young, and with that resonant twang whioh a long ride over the rough Tennes see mountains and the motion of a dancing, curveting horse gave to it, as its owner threatened with his riding whip a groat baying hound, whose blood-red mouth was watering for a bite. Both man and horse fought shy of the big brute whioh, with fieroe, aggressive loyalty, prevented them from approaching nearer and made so muoh noise himself that the folks in the cabin could not bear the stranger's voloe. "Call oil your dog," he shouted again, as there came a moment's pause in the canine monologue, and immediately a woman appeared in the doorway of the cabin and said, without raising her voice and in the soft drawling tones of the South: "Heah, Kaintuck, git in thar! Quiet now. What's wantin', stranger?" - "I've lost my way," said the young rider, lifting his hat with the deference to women that was his birthright, not a mere surface accomplishment; "can you tell me how far I am from ahotolT" "Tbare ain't nary slch yeanaoouts, mister. Thare ain't a clearin' till yeah strike th' tavern at th' Fork. Tain't no ways likely as there'll be any slob, in these Darts." "How far is it to the Fork?" asked the traveler. "It mought be five 'n mile, mister. Seth, how fur bo it to th' Fork?" Both appeared In the shape of a long, ungainly, stoop-shouldered man, with unshaven face and long, straggly hair. Pale blue watery eyes and a weak chin gave the key-note to his character. "Wbaryer gwlno tor?" he asked. "Looking up Bomo studies for pict ures. There's that big dog of yours. Nice dog. He nearly ate me alive, but I'll forgive him. I'd like to paint him "Paint Kaintuck, stranger. That thar critter doan' need palntin. I reckon hit ud rub off. How fur to th' Forks? As fur as sundown, I reckon." "That means an hour five miles. Well, Hector" (to his horse), "we must be getting on. Much obligod. Oh, do you want to sell that dog? He's a fine hound and would make a splendid pict ure." "Sell Kaintuck? You mought as well ask fur one of the chlllun. He's been brung up along of 'em an' knows a sight more. . I reokon he aln t put up for sale, mister." "No offense m eant," said the young man pleasantly; "the children are fond of him, I see. Part bloodhound, isn't be?" "Him wern't raised yeahabouts: him came from Kalntuok State, 'n her sets a heap by him. How much yo' giv' fo' him, stranger?" "Seth, yo' cyaldl" cried the woman, "ef I thot " "Kain't yo' lemme 'lone, Suke? I ain't a sayln' nothin. ' I'd kinder like a vally put on Kalntuok. Sio 'm boy! Catch 'ml Thar' him runs. Bein't him a reff'lar tootv un. stranger?" The dog ran out into the road where some lean razor-baoked shoats were nosing the dust He turned them about and drove them to the corn-field, nipping them gently, and with deep, snort barkings managing them like a master. As he ran his coat showed golden bronze in the sunlight and his fine head and strong foreshouldnrs made a grand pose of combined gentle ness and strength, and all the time he kept one eye on the stranger. Then he trotted back to the two bare footed ohildren at the cabin door, wag. glng his whole body with delight over their appreciation. The youngest, a yellow-haired girl with -great blaok She looked at the two ohildren, left without their playmate, and waved her band. "Git to bed. Ef he ?ets to flum meokln thet there dog'll kim home without him. Yo'gltter bed." The "bed" was a straw tick in the same room, 'more was no gooa-nignt, no prayer, but the children were innocent and sleepy. The boy grumbled some thing about Kalntuok. "He'll be long side yer when yo' wake. Did yo' ever wake an' he weren't ever slnoe yo were born." "Me 'ant Kalntuok," said the little girl, and fell asleep with the dog's name on her lips. In the morning the father lay on the Boor in a drunken sleep. The children got up in a hurry. Kalntuok was no where to be seen. They awakened their mother with a querulous cry. For a moment the woman looked dazed. In the early part of the night wasting pain had kept her awake. She had not once thought of the dog, but not to see him was something in the nature of a calamity. She jerked Seth's old coat from under his head, and he sat up and stared stupidly at her with red. bleary eyes. "Whar's Kaintuck?" she asked, and something in her voice sobered Seth, and he rose to his feet and stood un steadily looking, not at her, but at the shifting sunlight on the floor. Ain't him got home yit?" he asked, uneasily. "Seth!" she pointed a long, lean, yellow forefinger at him "Seth!" her voice rising to a shriek, "hev yo' sold Kaintuck?" "Lioara, noi wouldn't go to ao no soch a thing; doan' talk foolishness," answered the man, shaking as it in a fit. Yo hev. Liar an' thiefl Yo' hev sold the best frien' ever we hed. He were brung up with th' ohillun like their own flesh an' blood. Yo' sold him foh blood-money. He waur none of yo'se, fur I fetch t him from Kaintuck i, "KIM, KAINTUCK "GET OUT, I BAT." eyes, threw one small arm around his neck, while her brother lay on the grass and pulled the hound's plumy tall. "A pretty picture," said the artist "good-day." And he rode off at a short gallop, for the sun was nearly down. The woman sighed and looked after htm. He brought a bit of the outer world into her miserable life. For she was miserable, poor and careworn, with only this shambling Seth, whose weak. selfish love she had long outgrown, for a companion. This woman, who had never known better days, looked for ward to naught but death in the future. After the meal of corn cake and sweet potatoes, with crust coffee, Seth took down his rifle and called to the hound, which was lying In front of the wide fire-place with the heads of the children resting on his bright fur. "Kim, Kaintuck. 'Possum up a tree tor-night, 1 reckun. We ain't eat meat fur a week." "Ooln" tor be late?" asked his wife, ugnung an old clay pipe for her even lng smoke. "l reckon, -l here's a still hunt on over on th' crik. Tain't likely there'll be much to sup on a goord of moon- nine, tho hits mos concernedly scarse. Fetch yer some, ef so's I get to soe hit." The woman looked after him and held her pipe in her hand. There's somethln' kim to him. ne's up to some cussedness. Thet thar mean looks on his face, an I'd jess like Ver know wbt he's hatch in' up." State, and he waur glv to me. He's saved ye from revenoos an' vigllans an wuss. He waur wuth mo' than a dozen carcasses like yo'. He's stole to keep us from starvln', an' ye'v gone an' sold him. Yo' hear tho chlllun? They're oryln' fer Kalntuok." 'Hlm's follered the stranger. He'll kim baok. Hlm's been a-hoodoood off, sure, certain. He'll kim baok, Suke." But he didn't come baok. Seth went the next day and bought his wife a red and blue oalloo with yellow stripes- walked five miles and baok to the Forks, and she took the dress and burned it on the log fire before his eyes. Ihree months passed away and Seth a wife lay at death's door. There did not seem to be so muoh of a disease as a total oollapse of the system. Seth had changed, too. He had really braced up and was taking care of his wife and the children to the best of his ability. But his heart was as heavy as lead. He hadn't much conscience; was lax of morals, perhaps; but since that mysterious going off of Kaintuck be had felt himself a modern Judas, He wanted his dog, and he wanted the money bad. He had followed the stranger to dloker with him for the hound, but he knew Kaintuck, and he was sure ho would find his way home Inside of twenty-four hours. Now he knew he would never see him again. It was just the same as if one of the ohildren bad gone instead of a "dumb critter." His little scheme had miscar ried woefully. Kaintuck was three hun dred miles away. this mgnt suae was carrying on worse than ever. Seth knew she was dying, and he could not leave her long enongh to go for the distant neighbors who at such times rendered assistance. Worse, too, her mind wandered. She thought Kalntuok was there. "I heerd him outside. Thar he is!" she cried, starting up. "Yo' didn't sell him, Soth,did yo?" She had been up and out to look for him every night Bince his going, listen ing to hoar him at the door. Tho chil dren Blept and only fretted for their playmate in the daytime, but their mother never forgot him, even in sleep. "Llssen!" she orled again. "Doan yo' hear him, Seth?" Thofsaooyoty, 'tain't nothin' else," answered Seth, humbly. But there was a long, low howl that was unmistakably the howl of a dog. Seth started up. He was mortally afraid. "Tain't no real dog, it's it's oh. Lord I that howl means means " "Yes, I reckon it's fo' me. Yo' needn't open the dore, Seth. I 'ondor stan'. 'Tain't no livin1 dog as makes thet noise. Doan' wake the chlllun. Hole my han'. I reckon it's time I said somethln' to yo'. I doan hole no spite agen yo', Seth. It waur hard to lose the dumb critter I raised like a babby, but I reckon yu're sorry. I'm a-goin' somewhar, an' I ain't better'n yo', Seth. Give me yo' ban' mine's stun cole." That was their parting. Seth held the stone-oold hand till the stars had paled in the morning sky, and a great white light shone down the wide chim ney and settled on the still face on the bed. He had heard that unearthly howl at intervals all night outside the door, but It was silent now. Seth stepped to the door and opened it and some thing lay there close to It, somothing that did not move, stretched out stiff and stark. Yes, It was Kaintuck. He had found the way home at last Mrs, M. L. Ray ne, in Detroit Free Press. Applying Her Knowledge. Miss Bunting I was thunderstruck when I heard the news. Mrs. Bunting Now, Laura, didn't you tell me the other day that it is the lightning that strikes, and notthethun' der? Judge. Insult to Injury First Hoarder "Are you sure this is your flute?" Seo ond Boarder "Why, of course. Don't I play on it Try night?" First Board er "That was by I asked. You seem to be so irapertnotly acquainted with U"-N. f. Sua. . USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. Doughnuts. Two cups of sugar, four cups of buttermilk, four table- spoonfuls of thick, sour cream, two tea spoonfuls of soda, and flour to roll. Boston Budget. ' To clear the premises of bugs, mice, mites, roaohes, moths, ants and to pre vent mice cutting wall paper, use cop peras. Dissolve In water and use free ly, or sprinkle the pulverized copperas where most needed. There is no prettier material for a piano cover than a piece of antique bro cade. , In the case of the upright piano, now so universally used, a piano scarf or a wall hanging of embroidery is an ornamental addition. Clovo Cake. One cup butter, one of sugar, two and one-half of flour, two eggs, one-half cup of milk, one of rate ins, one teaspoonful each of cloves, cin- namon and nutmeg one teaspoon of soda, one half cup of molasses. Boston Globe. Meat Croquettes. Mix one cupful each of chopped cold beef and bread crumbs, with enough sweet milk to moisten; season with salt and pepper, let stand a few minutes then make into balls with the use of flour, and fry in sweet lard. Housekeeper. Pineapple Custard. One pineapple (vory ripo), one quart custard. The day before this pudding is to be used, shred the pineapple flnoly and lay in sugar. ijet stana until next aay, when make a rich custard, pour over the fruit and let stand on ice until needed. DetroltFree Pross. As a remedy for roaches, take three pounds of oatmeal, or meal of Indian corn, and mix it with a pound of white lead; moisten with treacle so as to form a good paste, and put a portion down at night in the infested building. Repoat for a fow nights alternately, and in the morning romovo the paste and corpses to a convenient place. Scion tiflo Amer ican. Cracker Pudding. Two cupfuls ol crackers broken into small pieces, two quarts of milk, two bcaton eggs, one cupful of raisins, ono teaspoonful ol cinnamon, half a teaspoonful of salt, three-quarters of a cupful of sugar. But ter tho pudding-dish, pour in the mix ture, set in shallow dish of wator and bake until not milky, stirring two or threo times during the first part of the baking. Eat with good hard sauce. Good Housokooplng. Dovonsh iro Junket Take one quart of milk, add to it two heaping tablo spoonfuls of powdered sugar, stir the milk until the sugar is all dissolved; thon add ono tablespoon ful of rennot; set the dish in which this is prepared into boiling hot water, cover it with a towel and lot it stand until the junket is made and cold; it should be mado about eight hours before using; sprinkle the top with sugar and cinnamon, and serve with good cream. Boston Herald. "I sendarecelpt for good homo-mado brown bread. Mix togethor two cupf uh of flour and one cupful each of Indian meal, rye moal and molasses. Dissolve one teaspoonful of soda in two table' spoonfuls of boiling water and add ft to ono pint and a half of sour milk, then pour this into tho pan with the flour, etc Aaa a tcaspooniui ol salt and a beaten egg, and stir all well together. Stoam in a tightly covered two-quart tin pan, thon remove the cover and bake in tho oven for half an hour." N. Y. World. Aspio Jolloy (for moats) Put aono ounce box of golatino into a pint of hot soup-stock, or a pint of hot wator if you have no stock; add the juice of two lemons, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar, an onion stuck with two or throe clovee, popper and salt to taste, a bunch of soup herbs, and the white and shell of one egg. Lot it come well to the boil, stirring briskly the whole time, and then run it through a jolly-bag prevl ously well scalded. Fillets of cold flsh, lobster, oysters, cold turkey, chloken, tongue, ham, stuffed and boned quails, and othor game, cold slices of veal and cutlets, can all either be served in, or garnished with aspio jolly, which is also used to stiffen sauces of all kinds for warmed-over dishes, and as a garnish for meat and fish pies and many other little dishes. Domorost s Monthly, WOMAN'S INTUITION. Nearly Always Right la Her Judgment In llegt.ru to Common Things. An old gentleman over sevontv. came Into the oity from his farm, without his overcoat Tho day turned ohlUy and he was obligod to forego his vUit to the fair. To a friend who remonstrated with him for going away from homo thus unprepared, he said : "I thought it was going to be warm ; my wife told me to take my overcoat, but I wouldn't Women have more sense than men anyway." A frank admission. Women's good sense Is said to come from intuition; may it not be that they are more close observers of little things. One thing is certain, tuey are apt to strike the nail on the head, in all the ordinary problems of life, more frequently than the lords of creation. "According to Dr. Alice Bennett, who re cently read a paper on Bright's disease be fore the Pennsylvania State Medical Society, persons subject to bilious attacks and sick headaches, who have crawling sensations, like the flowing of water in the head, who are 'tired all the time' and have unexplained attacks of sudden weakness, may well be suspected of dangerous tendencies in tho direction of Bright's disease." The veteran newspaper correspondent, Jo Howard, of the Now York Press, in noting this statement, suggests: "Possibly Alice is oorreot in her diagnosis, but why doesn't she give some idea of treatment) I know a man who has been 'tired an tne time' lor ten years. Night before last he took two doses of calomel and yesterday he wished he hadn't." A proper answer is found In the following lottor of Mrs. Davis, wife or Hev. Wni. J. Davis, of Basil. O.. June 21st, 1890i "I do not hesitate to say that I owe my life to Warner's Safe Cure. I had a constant hemorrhage from my kidneys for more than five months. The physicians could do noth ing for me. My husband spent hundreds of dollars and I was not relieved. I was under the care of the most eminent medical men in the State. The hemorrhage ceased before I had taken one bottle of the Bale (Jure. can safely and do cheerfully recommend it to all who are sufferers of kidney troubles." A Wosderful Paper. When you wre reading the large pros pectus of Tub Youth's Companion, pun ished last week in our columns, did you stop to consider what a wealth of talent was engaged In producing this remarkable pa per) Its success is phenomenal, and it is read in 450,000 families because it is the best of its kind. Now is the time to send your subscription, 1175 sent at once will Becure you tno rest oi tnis yoar ireo,incmo lng all the Holiday Numbers. Taa Youth's Companion, Boston. 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The great stoui aohic and alterative also provides happiness for the malarious, the rheumatio, the weak, and those troubled with Inaction of the kid neys and bladder. Graob '-What air was that you were playing last nlKhti" Laura "A million aire, and I lauded him." N. Y. Herald. cost of production, at expense of quality. rinhhinft' 'Rlfif.t.rin Konnin tMfiUu tn-rlnv what-. it was in 1865, absolutely pure, harmless and uniform. Ask your grocer for it Look out for imitations. Tns wagon-spoke to the wheel and said It i . - . . ...... . . ..... i tnaae mm tirea to ue connected wua suon low felloes as he was. but he was sur rounded by a circle through whioh he could not Drean. Boston courier. Do not suffer from sick headache a moment longer. It is not necessary. Carter's Little Liver Pills will cure you. Dose, one little pill. Small price. Small dose. Small pill How's This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be curod by tatting null's uatarrn cure. r. j. cueney co.. rrops.. xoieao. u. We. the undersitraed. have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him periectly nonorame in ail Dusiness transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by tneir nrm. West &Truax. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, Walding, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drutrtrists. Toledo, Utiio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting directly on tno olooa and mucous sur- iaces oi tne system. Testimonials iree. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. "Youb account has been standing a long time, Mr. Dukey."-- "Then give if a seat, my dear rjhoars." "Very glad to, sir; shall we mune it a re-ceipti" ciotnier ana Furnisher. 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A Good and True Fish Story From Land of the Choetaws. Fish stories are good in season, and they are always in season. Up North they toll some good ones, all of which are not true, but here is one both crood and true. Tho Choetaws and all of the Indian tribes of the southwest have a way of catching fish without waiting for bites. Their last great 'catch" took place at Antlers, a small town in the Indian Territory. to tho rlvnr nt lt mnt. nhallnur lt w"V "t v"" and carriod several great logs into the water, which were laid across the stream, making a strong and high dam, blocking the rivor from bank to bank A chant or roon was then sung to in sure good luck for tho next day and the company broke up. Early In the fore noon of the day following the entire community proceeded to the river side. There were seventy or eighty people in all, including Indians and whites, men, women and children, most of whom traveled in wagons to the scene of action, it being some distance from the little town. The men all carriod bows and arrows. Arrived at the dam twenty-five or thirty of the men proceeded to cut up the bait This is a strange hard sub stance called by the Indians "devil's shoestring" and which had to be cuUnto pieces with axes. This done the dovil's shoestring was thon thrown on the wa ter, and the fish, hundreds of them which bad accumulated during the night, came to the surface after it It was not long until it was plain that ibe devil was in it sure enough. It was not long until shoals of fish came to the sur face and floated listlessly about on the water. They appeared to be entirely un conscious. The Indians explained that the "devil's" shoestring had made them drunk, and that it was time to begin the slaughter. Shooting with bows and arrows began and foi a time the arrows flew so thick that one was reminded of the scenes of pioseor warfare. As fast as the fish were shot and brought ashore they were carried to the camp, where the Indian women and white women who had been invited, cleaned and fried them. About one o'clock a grand fish dinner wai spread. All the afternoon, until six or seven o'clock, the sport continued. Sometimes there v ould be twenty or thirty Choe taws in the water at once. About 1,000 fish wore caught Four or five of these "frys" occur at Antlers every year. 1 Antlers (S. D.), Cor. St. Louis EepubUa ri. r. n..n-n k c?. r ti.wuu o vuuyii wyiupcougu tot v MOTHERS' FRIEND makes CHILD BIRTH EAS ' IF USED BEFOR1 CQWFIN1MNT. Book to Vothkbs'" Mailid Fris. BADFIEI.D RErl.ATn CO.. ATLANTA, OA. Sold by all dbuooists. f)BniHhT)H-,i.tr.-ify;Vfe.. This Trad Mark Is on TUB Best Waterproof Coat In the world, ft. J. 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MM plantation is In m malarial dis trict, where fever and asrii prevailed. I employ 150 hand! frequently half f Mi era were elck. I wasj nearly dls). onraged when I began the use Of The reanlt waa marvellous). My men became strons; and hearty, and I have had nofurthur trouble. With these pills, I would not fear to live iu any wainp." . KI 4 AL, Uayou Mara, La. Sold Everywhere. Ofllce, 44 Murray St., New York. FNTQf CAVEATS. TRADEMARKS, I v Hend ronerh pketch or cheap model of lnrontlnn 1MM KKIATF1.V 1 J. B. i CRALLE & CO.. WiSHlNUTOK, T. T rNAMS IU1S FAWU m Una r Mtt, DAT I HI Dk. Dell's Nskttni cures TITO Epllepsr, St. Vitus Dance, Sleeplessness P I and all nerrous diseases. Bjr druggists, I1.6S " ) per bottle; 4 for & fiend for pamphlets. Ad. Bell Med. Co., St. Louls.llo, u-HiHl tuis pars mrj an jm mk, Positive onre. Ramnle pact- re rreenv inaik fV.JJ.L'AI, West la bt, H.Y.Clty. spepsu; Cincinnati Business College, Southeast Corner 4U1 nntl.Vlne. Twolmmense floors tem- n Olerlcfntrumi m m i . a. lnwithiicllvebusliicMllfo.WWKCep"Kali If mill Ti1rranliir Largest, best equipped, most favorably known Colleire west of the Alle IlitHUi M. f;ia;rctpiiy guaules. Charges reasonable, baud for circulars, C. W. ilcii EU,lriu sWlTn'fliffistarl THE POSITIVE CURE. ELY UKOTHEHS, M Warren 6t, Hew York. Price 00 eta. A ' SOLD BY ORUB8IST3 EVERYWHERE ik'Qgv''.; r? FfwT$,'' xH A n s-ari K-i Ha When slovens geV Hdy they polish the Dorroms ofrnepe.ns.-wnen 0 r bxe given never rired of Cleaning up Two servants in two neighboring houses dwelt, But differently their daily labor felt; Jaded and weary, of her life was one, Always at work, and yet 'twas never done. The other walked out nightly with her beau, But then she cleaned house with SAPOLIO. GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST. "MTathorouirh knowledge of the natural laws Whioh gorern the operations of digestion and nu trition, and br a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr, Kpps has totiocu our Draaaiasc laoies witu a uwiusmij aroured beverage whioh may aave us many heayf doctors' bills, ft is by the judicious una of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradual ly built up until strons; enough to resist every ten. donov to disease. Hiindredsof subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weaa point, we may bv keeDlng ourselves well and a properly nourished ftt." ado simply with boiling water or milk. 8ol4 y in half-pound tins, by Grocers, labelled thus: JAMES EPPS& CO., Homceopathio Chemists, London, England. ay escape many a fatal shaft ell fortified with pure blood ihed frame." Civil Heroic BORE WELLS ! Onr Well Machin!) ar the moil HKMABLB, DURABLE, SUCCKUri'Ij nicy tin Mini e WltKK ana maku (.KEATKK PROFIT. 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