By.Jno. W. Radley.
Official Organ of Polk and Haralson Counties.
CEDARTOWN, GA., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21), I,STS).
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»ud Meals at all Hours.
That Dumb Supper,
There was always a stir in Maple-
ton when Laura Thurston came down
to spend the summer with her grand
mother. Blio always comes in the
summer, partly because she enjoyed
the winter gnitioB in her own home,
for she was young, and had not yet
tired of society, that is, the society
she was used to; partly because Ma-
ploton was suoh a sweet, cool place
in summer, and grandma’s house,
witli itii wide halls, verandahs and
breezy rooms, suoh a snug retreat
that the girl loved it, and the warm
welcome she always found there.
Mrs. Thurston, fat, motherly,
kindly soul loved Laura dearly.
There was a pony set apart in the
stable for her use. “Laura’s room”
was an established fact in the home'’
stead. Her favorite flowers bloom
on the window sill, and in the par
lor a tine piano, bought expressly for
her use, stood awaiting her coming.
Every summer grandma’s kind heart
thought of something more to do for
Laura to render her stay pleasant.
Kittie Loomis aged fourteen, and
Bob, her brother aged ten, orphan
grandchildren of the old lady, found
a comfortable home beneuth her roof,
and to them the coining of “Cousin
Laura” was an event to be hoped for
from year to year. Kittie worship
ped her, and wondered in her secret
heart:!' ftny amount of combing anti
brush jug would give her tangled,
Hearn Male School.
CAVE SPRING, GA.
T HE Fortieth Session of this School will open
Angnst 2d. and clow the Fall Term December
J8thl878. The Spring Term opons January 6th
— “*-aPrizo Declamation June 27th,
1870. Tuition for tho year, *20, $80and *40. Iu
dental axpenses lor the yoar *1. Board with
Principal at $10 per month, exclusive of washing
and towels. Students will be thoroughly prepared
for the higher classes in College. Prizes will bo
•Warded m Latin, Qieek and mathematics. For
•lreuku* or other Information. nddr^BB thoPrincpal.
' * . PALEMON J. KING. A. M..
jaly^l.Dm Cave Spring, Ga.
curley'locks the soft sheen of Laura’s
curl®, and if all tho soap iu the kitch
en would make her plump brown
hands white, tender nad graceful ns
Laura’s. And as for Bob the obstre
perous young rascal would have done
any ^ping for her that the ingenuity
of a boy
strength of ten years ncooinplisl
Bob bad help too, iu the person of
his faithful friend and servitor, Jake,
who was, by the way, a conibiuatioM
of black skin, big white teeth, and
eyes ditto. .Once when Laura's dom
ing had been duly heralded, this pre
cious young pair res jived to surprise
and please the young lady by teach
ing her ptfny a few tricks copied
from the Circus. Grandma ouipe
upon Lhtni.ouc day hidden behind
the barn, and put a stop to their ma
neuvers before any lives were lost,
though they had scceeded in teach
ing lijirn to start at a given word;
said word being duly euforced by the
application of a pin fastened in the
end of a stick. Even Aunt Hagar,
the cook, was always pleased to see
“Missy” Laura, and went about with
a pair of very rusty, ashy looking
heels sticking out behind over her
run down ‘ slippers and a very long,
wide, clean apron before, concocting
savory dishes to tempt the appetite
of their guest.
Not only in grandma’s home was
she beloved. Every one in the vil
lage loved the city girl, who could
lay aside her city ways and make
herself so agreeable. The young 1*
dies know they would get the
latest styles, us well us hints and*
helps in making them, and forgave
her for being bo pretty that all their
beaux raved of her.
Laura pdsSCsssd that rare accom-
comby slim out of adapting ihefsel^to*
circumstances. If she dined with a
family, and there was no silver forks
upon the table, she ate as though it
had been the business of her life to
use the two-tiued steel affairs. If
there wild no napkin she did not no
tice tlio ommissiou. If the furni
ture vvas shabby she did not see it.
If their dresses were old her eyes
never once wandered. In fuot she
possessed what people called refine
ment, but which is simply goodness
of heart, and a deep regard for tho
feelings of others.
Of course she had many lovers.
Lovers and offers were no new thing,
she had been used to them from the
•she was Kittie’8 age, but girl-
she hod her fancies, and wus yet
-::-'U;|i‘Martfree. Some loved her for her.,
fathers wealth, which awaited the
was in vested; tho c<
which 1*110 moved,
her for herself alone. She had built
her castles rather dim and undefined
it is true, but. so roman tie. She
aimed to travel in foreign lands, and
some romantic spot would of
course meet with some distinguished
stranger, probably in djngui'so, who
would win her love by his chivalrie
deportment, and she would ninny
and live a happy life, so she had sui'1
to herself, but she did not bold the
keys to futurity; neither indeed of
her own heart.
This particular summer, the sinn
er when Laura wus nineteen. Tho
summer of which we write, found
her at Mnpleton, to the great joy of
herself and relatives. Kittie had an
endless bundle of gossip to relate,
and her greatest item was the arrival
in the Village of a new lawyer, and if
Miss Kittie was to be believed, u
Prince among men, so handsome, so
kind, so clever; and “Cousin Laura,
I have ' saved him for you,” slit*-, ad
ded, in the ardor «>f her unsophisti
“He has gone in with Judge More-
ton, iu tho law 11 rm J mean, and
some say ugly Susan Mort'U n is set
ting her cup for him.' but . say you
shall have him, far lu® is tho nicest
man I ever saw.”
Laura smiled at the idea. She
felt amused that Kittie should think
this village lawyer good enough for
her. Had not legal heads been laid
at her feet ? Yes, and grey heads,
and black ones, and heads of e;ery
(•(>lor, to niy nothing of piles of
specie and bundles of greenbacks.
Of course this young attorney pos
sessed neither money nor brains to
settle down in this out-ofUhe-pluce.
But she reflected that Kittie was
but a kitten after all, ami saw per-
pro I'll lily \v iii'it* it due existed!
Then it transpired tlmt lie was prime
favorite with grandma, too; having
piloted her safely through a knotty
lawsuit HU she came out victorious;
and the shark, who Had thought ly
gleam a rich harvest from her broail
acres, retired ingloriously from me
“In fact,” said grandma, “John
Stewart is a man tu be trusted; Vie is
one of God’s noblemen.”
‘John Stewart’ said Laura fo her
self‘such a common ugly muife what
does he look like I wonder?’ but slu*
asked no questions about ibis indi
vidual, who lmd secured A place in
all their hearts, to all appearances.
If sin* did not think so then, she did
later in tjie day, for Bob fliezed upon
her next, and began to display bis
treasures. He dived into sundry
pockets, afnl bewilder*^ her by a dis
play of marbles, tops, knives, strings,
and mercy knows wliuiall else u boys
pockets can hold; assuring her
breathlessly that they were all pres
ents. Then he dragged Q* ' ‘ up
stairs—■ figuratively speaking V /
course she walked as lie led—and dis
played to her astonished eyes an attic
stored with kites of all sizes, and gai
ly painted fishihg tackle enough to
satisfy any boy’s heart, ‘Ain’t he a
trump?’ lie said exulltngly, forget
ting that he emitted- his name. *He
gave me all mffsp, and he is the mus
ter hand tff whittle I ever saw,
but always uptakes something. Mr.
ptewart is the jolliest mail in the
whole world.’ Mr. Stewart again.
Laura-was good nalured but she was
getting surfeited with hearing of his
•perfections. When she went down
tq Ann/ Hjigpr’s domains and shook
that worthy’s damp, black paw she
w.is horrified ‘ to hear her begin in
tho same strain. Aunt llugar put
her arms akimbo, and ph nting one
foot fu advance of the other confided
to Laura tlje alarming fact that u
‘raid gemrnun had come to toon at
las/ He no poo wite trash, when I
I calm e»i8i* with evening, Bob pointed out to her Mr.
And a few loved Stewart leisurely pacing the walk,
nd alio observed him attentively. He
was of average height, not tv.ll and
distinguished—towering above his
fellows—as was her ideal—but bis
figure was graceful, firm and well
knit and bee nied himself straight
ns a dart. 8he uotiod only that his
face seemed rather pale, and that a
drooping innsiaclv hid bis mouth,
t she looked in vain for the kingly
look, or the 1 > d: of the .‘nicest, man.’
On their first meeting she was
gracefully indifferent, and looked as
cool us an iceberg in her hinplu while
dress, yet v ry attractive to John
Stewart’s eyes; and if lie did not. mis
interpret that mobile mouth, and
thoee sparkling eyes, a girl worth
knowing, which, by tho uav, was an
admission for this quiet man of busi
ness to make—this man so hedged
about with legal matters that lie hud
no time to wa-'te with young Indies.
Business brought him to st*-* grand
ma pretty often, and U ui.ru overcom
ing her prejudices played and sung
for him, till by ami by, begot a hab
it of dropping in when he had no
excuse or plea of business. This
young girl in nil I tli.* glory of her
young womanhood held a great
charm Gr him. He s iw the sweet
soul in her eyes, and knew that her
heart was pure anil go id. Laura en
joyed his company. He seemed dif
ferent to any y* upg man she hud ever
seen in any way No slang terms
marred the purity of his speech yet
lie wielded a trenchant blade, and
his keen wit cat like a scimetur.
She hud enough .''penetration to dis
cover that ho hud an j earnest purpose
in life, and secretly admired him the
more for it. The hows came toiler
ears that his widowed mother and a
sister depended on him for a support*,
then she nmfoflSHydL/.-G purpose, ami;
found a reason lor the sclideniul lie
constantly practiced. It. seemed
strange to her at first that ho had no
'•small talk’ for the ladies, yet on re
flection she fell it to be an insult to
an intelligent woman to In- addressed,
always, on frivolous,subjects, and in
a frivolous nmnmrj as though she
was a creature void of understand
ing; us though music, and dancing,
and the probable engagements, and
marriages were all that could interest
a young lady. She found herself
drifting off into politics, discussing
books and authors, poetry and the
lino arts, into law and medicine;
Irem that to clairvoyance and mag
netism, and back to t'flV graver swee
ter truths of the Christian religion in
her conveifiUlions with him, and was
surpised at herself that site took an
interest in any subUct ho might
mention. How they) argued. She
clinging to her opinieps till ho had
fairly routed her from her position,
then she a I ways grace I ql I y acquiesced,
continued next Wvck,
meet him on de street lie say ‘howdy
aunty’ wid a smile us sweet us if he
tiilk to a lady. Poor wite trash hol
ler ‘Look ou'c boys uight8 cornin’ or
'dark clouds risin,’ Not he, no mam
he act like a king.’ Aunt Hugar’s no
tions about a king were rather vague,
but Laura understood that even in
the poor negro’s mind he was above
LIFE’S DARK SHADOWS.
The two following clps from New
York City papers toll low unevenly
tin; bitterness and misery of life are
distributed. Let noonlsay the suf
ferers were sinners ab »v; all others.
The dark shadows fall n on both
saint and .sinner:
“A sad story is that o! the East
New York paper-hanger^vho inves*
ted all hisimalTsavingsHn a Texas
Colony fraud, and, when lie reached
there found. he had Urn duped.
Wearily lie turned homeward, only
to find on arriving that J.ts wife had
died and his daughter luvt adopted a
life ol shame”
“Samuel 0. Rulon, t
living in Huntington, Lai.
soma land and built a ICTta
he was obliged to mot gage, llis
business became dull, at l about a
month ago tbe mortgage
closed and the house s
tho same time two of 111
(Iren became sick with di
one of them diod. The diWiso then
attacked three other ohillbun, aud
another one dying] Itulon
became insane and was sen) to tho
Asylum ae Yuphunk. Hefced there
Satu rday, tho 7th inst., and the fol
lowing Monday another. cmld died.
Two qtbCT .animat, the Wflt of
The Nation’s Capital!
Washington, Jan, 18 1870.
The ncoiit decision ol the Sur-
premo Court that polygamy is a
crime within tbe i: uoh of law, is a
•< me * of < onsiderable perturbation
among the Mormons* and Delegate
Cannon who himself possesses a plu
rality of wives, is about to urge upon
Congress measures of relief—a hill to
relieve from prosecution those who
have committed the offense subse
quent, to tin* act of Congress, 18fi2,
and previous to the decision of the
court. It is considered strange that
the Mormons should adhere so stren
uously to their duct line ol polygamy,
so odious to the Christianized world,
and partioujurly unaccountable that
the women ol Utah should defend a
practice deemed especially degrading
to their rex. Yet a mass meeting of
Mormon women to the number of
twelve hundred assembled in Salt
Lake City recently who spoke ami
“reeoluted’’ earmslly in favor of plu-
Eleotoral Certificates. This wit
ness kept out of the wuv last spring j Iliglu
when lie was want d, hut at lust, tur- i story.
temperature—the lotiri h
lied Up. Il l Was
Kellogg abuut ih • S at House, and
now charges I he forgery to a dead
matt, D. I*. Bbiuoliar i. a clerk in • lie
executive *111*"'. Tin: * mis U *n,
ami still is, a 8* roil j fu Union t ‘ . t
tins witness, Kelly himself, perfor
med the job, though for all practi
cal purposes of the inquiry it is lin-
iimtcrinl which one of the gang held
the pen. Tlio deed is proven and
confessed. And not only istho man
lor whom thecrime was committed
now occupying the highest office in
the Republic, hut the man whom all
the world will hold responsible, whom
no fair mind can acquit of tin* crime
though his own hands did not exe
cute it—that man is in the Senate of
the United States. Blanchard is
dead, Kelley is a mere hanger on.
and conquest Clark, was Kellogg’s
• tl can g-t up about
an fall down,
cry fifty New Kng-
ivho g*» out to catch
us quick as he
Two out ol e
Ian*I fishermen w
cod never return.
“Free drinks, IV.-c pm j mm.1 a
fjve country,” would be a proper
motto for somo Legislatures.
Utica, N. Y., is to try the finder-
ground steumpipe system. Thereof
nothing like it—not even a fire- place.
The Boston Traveller suggests
that somo detectives doo4 even know
enough foarr. sta man who weara a
a plaid Ulster.
They say that a hard winter bring®
a big crop of watermelons. Lets lull
down with renewed ardor and get,
up with increased zeal.
r.very lady in Washington goes
to her husband’s title. When th *y
refer to Mrs. Belknap it is as: “Mrs
ral marriage. It is generally sup-1 can be got to tell, is one ol John
posed that the Mormons do not ad- Sherman’s confidential clerks. Ami
Nance anything in defense of poly- now the committee proposes to over-
gamy but those who ' Imve visited haul tho cipher dispatches. Ever
Utah ki "W tlmt they have fortified , since the cooked up and worthless
tiioimmlvcs with quite an array of nr- j Tribune expose ol last fall, the Radi
gumeuts. Tiny have made them- cals have attempted to offset the
selves belii'M* tlmt polygamy is not proof of actual fraud on their part,
only a blessed thing morally but | with the story of what some of tlie
physically, and claim (hat there is j Democrats tried to do. Six weeks
not a prostitute, a vagiunt,a drunk-' ago they were notified tlmt the Bern
ard, or u hoim less child in Morm.m- j «> o'ruts were ready t » proceed with a
don; tlmt plural marriage is a pro- thorough invesiigalion of the whole
leciion to women from the hrutali-j cipher matter, but after consulting
ties of fv usual husbands, and from* with John Sherman and Hayes, they
numerous ills t3 which Gentiles are decided that they would not try any
subject, But the Christian world suoh hazardous business. The reto-
does not see the force cf these urgu-1 1 tiliun which Hale was said to be
incuts and there is now a reasonable anxious to otl'er on tho first day of
prospect that this Mot upon fair j the session, never, saw the light/ and
Utah tuny be wiped out, and the ter- ! now that tho * Dnnoemia jfvopbsd"
jitoi'y admitted ta tl.'e a Liti mioitcf\ to do .the tiling anyhow, every Re-
States. It can never come in so long) publican member of the committee
as Mormoiiism remains in control, votes against it. Doesn’t it look as
The Rev. Tulmage, that loose J though they were afraid of some-
jointed son of r theological thunder, J thing? Phono,
lately paid Washington a visit, with
most trusted henchman* and knows Resigned-in-a-llurry Belknap
more about all these crimes than he | It is the opinion of Pr f. Tyndall
the avowed purpose of working up |
sensational material for his red hot I
style of gospel elucidation. But'
judging from his narly departure, |
ami the developments generally^ lie
did not find the National Capital, as
bad as he thought it was. Washing
ton is not Sodom nor is it Gomorrah,
and the parson’s (iiiiineinlTigenlswent
away unrewarded and luurinurmg
one to the other. This theological
Akhoomlof Smut, as the Boston
Post wittily calls him, was disgusted
to find that Washington proper was
n good sort of place, and that Wash
ington improper, was made up ol
Government officials, who come here
to servo the public aud remain t*>
dr,nk whiskey, play cards, and cu.ti-
vale strange women. Leave tho gov
ernment < u r of Washington and the
wickedness would disappear. Wash
ington might also disappear, for it
has pleased our law givers to not on
ly give us a bad name morally, but
to sit down with immense weight
upon our business enterprise.
The'administration of Justice in
the District, of Columbia is becoming
a serious matter. It seems impossi
ble to punish capital crimes Hero.
Two convictions for cold * blooded
murder have been found within a
few months, and have resulted, not
in the jHiiijgin^ of the,murderers,. hut
in new trials, uncUhmlly'hungjuries.
The second case occurred this week.
A negro who had been tampering
with another, man’s wife concluded to
put the husband out ot the way, and,
turning up his coat collar to avoid
recognition, walks out in broad day
light, meets him unawares and de
liberately shoots him dead in the
street. There were no words, no
quarrel and no provocation. He is
tried aud.convi^ted. His counsel ob
tained a “new trial,” fixes ( up a jury
partly colored and they,disagree, ten
for conviction^ two for acquittal. The
same record has been made in other
cases, notably a trial for one of the
most heinous crimes on the calan-
der. All tins is the result of negro
juries, and an insufferably weak or
corrupt udmiuistration of the laws.
This week the Potter Committee
Ehhik Leslie says that he took the
poem, “Janette’s Hair,” with Joa
quin Miller’s name attached, from
the London Public Opinion, and did.
this without consultation with Mr.
Miller. Of course, Mr Leslie “took”
it. without consultation with any
body— it is a way be has—but who
took it from its place in Charles
llalpitte’s works of “Milos O’Reilly?”
This needs explanation from Mr.
Miller or tho London periodical.
N. H. Cain, of Fayette (!. II.,
Ala., says: “I gave Du Haktk’s Fix.
VhIt AND Aque Si'KCLKto to my lit
tle daughter, who was a mere skele
ton from the effects of ague, slu* is
now well and a new child. My wife
suffered eight months from Chills
and Fever; nothing did her any good
u til she commenced using Du.
Haute it's Fever and Ague Spe
cific, which cured her at once. For
sale by all Druggists 2t
Tho House Committee on Educa
tion aud Labor have aut horized Rep
resentative Willis, ol Kentucky, to
report to-day the bill providing that
not more than fifteen Chinese shall
bo admitted to this country on any
one vessel. The date for this meas
ure to go into effect is July 1st nojt.
The whole tenor of the news from
th,p seat of war shows that the Eng
lish iu invading Afghanistan have
undertaken a task that it will bo dif
ficult for them to perform.
It would not bo surprising if this
war should end for them in disas
ter, as have all the wars that they
have undertaken in the same coun
During this winter the Legisla
tures of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Missouri, Colorado, Kansas, and
New York will elect United States
Ik is suggested that, from the suc
cess ol the 4 per cent, loan, a 3 per
cent, funding bond might hi. suc
cessfully issued by the. government.
tlmt blue-eyed women should marry
black-eyed men. This would event
ually give us arac* of people with tho
eyes of owls and oats.
North Carolina has just treed and
killed a genuine wild tiger, n/td an al
ligator has been discovered paddling
up the Missouri River. Here’s a
hlingo of zones for you.
In California they call a hive of
b(*e8 u “stand.” When it bee begins
to make your acquaintance under
the ear you stand, you know, instead
of breaking for a tick**!.
Charles Dudley Warner was not
k 1 lt d iji a saw-mill, as the telegraph
started. He picked up tin.* stovu-po-
kcr by the wrong end, and the ex
plosion shook the. whole neighbor
hood. • x . -
The young man in this Stale who
pricked Ills sculp while combing his
hair nearly bled t<> death, is receiv
ing the heartfelt sympathy of every
soft-head in the country.
The World says the cold yesterday
was degress below zero; tlio Tri
bune, J; the Sun, 4: the Times, 6.—
(New York Telegram, You didn’t
suppose they all drink at the same
place, did you?
Raisins are so cheap in California
that the boys shoot them from bean-
blowers, and any sort of ivspect.iid •
dog will looked gricj^l wluiri offer
ed a hunk of raisin cake without
frosting on tho top.
A New England man Inis at last
succeeded in collecting a million old
postage stamps, and lie can now sit
down for the rest of his days and feel
that the Presidency is beueath a
man of his talent.
Mrs. Gaines’ last law-suit gives
her a largo slice ol the State of Louis
iana, and the suit was no sooner de- 1
cidcd than sho said to her lawyers:
“Go ahead, my boys, and claim soiuu
Science lias now reached the point
where a living m.in’s head can bo
weighed separate from his body.
The way some heads fly up when a
pound weight is placed on the other
s:il is truly surprising.
Portugal surrendered Angell, the-
embezzler, through court'esy, just as
one neighbor lends another a draw- 1
ing of cheap tea or a pan of second-
grade Hour. He was’nt spending any
money there, and so lie.was no-go'oyl :
The man \Vho “quit off” on the
weed New Year’s ddy is no vividly *
remembering every sin he overcome
mitted, and wishing that some doc- ’
tor would tell him that certain con
stitutions require a certain amount J
of fine«*cut por day.
Now that tho Legislature is in ses
sion again, we hope it will pay some
attention to eliat element in society •
that ohews tobacco in theaters and
expectorates upon the floor. The i
penalty should bo open uir confine
ment in the middle of a ten-acre lot-> -
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Express to tho satisfaction of ev
ery one of its readers; anyone having
that opinion of hor or himself, wilb
please call at once and fill the vacan
cy wo will then make for such
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