Ou<i ■oytnrp one itwrtion $1 00: each tmb-
R^| i#ut l*j<erilon "»0 coal*.
o<tM ooluwii.om vwtr fclUO.UU
Ouucolumn, *ix uiontlm ....5000
Out; column, tlirun tnoithu -.35 00
Half c >lm<ni, ««• your .5000
ivtlumii. *ix mouth* 3(t 00
lT*lt‘ column, tbruc month* 20 00
Quarter oluinn, one year .# 30 00
Quarter column, nix months .20 00
Q iiirter column, three mon'hs 12 00
Oominniilcntitm** nfn politic.*! character, cl
nr. cion written in n Ivqcwev *»r tlcl'ciiRc of tne
nlaiiUH of Aspirants for olllcc, 15 cente per
ttmn'mi*..tn»nt *»f flaivliOivtc* #5 0C.
ttl'TLEll, GEORGIA. TUESDAY, PEBKUAKY 12lh IS7S. WIIOLK SUMMER 00
Wm. N. BENNS A P. 0. SMITH, Proprietors. A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO INDUSTRY \Nf JIVILIZ.VTJON $1.00 Yeur
Married in Spite ol Himself.
THE BUTLER HERALD.
l.)r, S having passed u
very creditable examination be-
W« N» III5NXS & I*. SMITH, j oro || 1U ur iny medical Imard
his going down to the parlor hefnf the greatest intimacy with hint,
found the young lady alone, for anti one day remarked.uh Pitt was
which he blessed hie stitr, anti lathis house:
VM iters and lMildisliers.
TUEHDW. FEimUAYR 12th 187R
-LAN IE R
B> OUR. Proprietor
MACON. — — — 1
conimisimmod an assistant surgeon
in the United Statu. Army ill 18—
ami ordered ta report iiir duty In
| the commanding officer at Fort
| McKavett, Texan. There wan no
— J ! railroad, in the western country
HOUSE f ! at that tiinOy und tlie usual way
of getting to Texas was by the
Mississippi river t» New Orleans
and then crossing the Gulf, to
wasjust about to make an apology j:
when she said:
“I told mania and she said it
was all right. Papa is going to
town this morning} and you ride
iti with him and talk it over; but
lie won't object, I know."
“But, my dear miss, I was very
foolish, ami n
“No, you were all right."
“Well, l will go to my post and
return for you, for I must go ut
“No, lean go with yon; papu
will fix that; it would he such an
Tula TIOITSK i« now provided with •wery j The Ur. was very desirous of ex
il “I* through the Slate. j expense lor you to on,ne hack all
j-acMurv CMiiTfiiiMicc lor theiwcoiumnilutu-u
nuil comfort of it*
uiioii is J am tiling
the Western country
il**ir«bls und emiveuitut to ihc bUHiin*** por* i mincrulogicully, no he applied tor j y 0 n -
j the way here.’
‘ But 1 have no way
My children have heard so
j much about you that they are very
anxious to have a glimpse of the
great man. They are now at din*
tier. Will you oblige me by go
ing in with me a moment ?“
“O, pray dou't 1” said the ora
tor, in great alarm. “What on
earth would I say to them ?’*
‘Give them the pleasure at least
ot seeing you," said his lordship,
laughing, as he half led, half
pushing him into the room.
The Prime Minister of England
upprouuhtd t e little group. There
he stood, looking alternately at
the father and the children, and
anti received permission from the
j War Department to go by way
“l have thought of that; that
j tines not liiuke any difference, fu-
Have the l*st the mi»rb<*t nfltK Omul- 0 ( Arkansas ami tile luduttl Ter- , .1 r :n • ,
him tuuu.liruo HciM.t free ofoh.u«e, boq-! . 1,1 r w,n UH 11 te »n>
1 ritory to hu pors.
e.u*e lioii-lhul *rw of chaw
Tl.c lUr i* supplleu with the bt**t
With nearly tears in his eyes he
On his arrival at bt. Louis he j went into breakfast, to which at
r. C. C'RBST*. Pro.
hippe.1 the greater part of ht» i ,| mt moment they were both
bitbh-.gi* by way til the liver, and,
>nk fu only what he could carry
tnoued; but alas ! appetite he had
non e. It was not that she was not
Kxim.y Opposite PjwRwmrH I)bih»t
$U to $;t Vr.r bail,
Arcordiuu to Jioow,
eUek, «'...le.l"" llice> bllt )|e thmlght
j what u confounded fool she must
nev. Wmle in St. Louis at the
t'laiiOMs lie had formed the ae | |,y not to see that he wanted to get
But it was no use, so
G3LD .on r.u'* ,.| HUM Jen .III.' K'-'
W* we*! » person in ev< r>
• ■«t > t vku sulxcripliooH fur the 'avi m.
«.br, irr.1 uu l l»*-.~\ tliu-.ir.%n-n li.mil.v |*iU*Iku-
In;, m tlm wnritl. Any nuec.ni boc-uiiRn
■ n*c«*»:ill .«,'«»*. Th>* must si. qar.t wmk « s
srt *.?*ni fr«*i* !•* mtIIkts. Tin price i
1 .p tlmt aim *st tvr.'b.nlv sutyiui’.ws. .>i *
A^pnt repur-’:, irakimj «vsr $150 111 t wv. k.
A 1. «|v .u!«uii r^purls '-ikiiat uver 4‘MI KulM*ri*
Ih-r.iu nu ikon All enquq.* in.ik-
You <’•1' rlfVnls nil >«ur till!
tu.Mte linings, ovuil.v your spun, linn-
inu :,tv*l nut Iw *v»-iiy ir- iu limuu nveruiuiii
liuin'Kiiuii of h gentleman, who, |)|(t
I. K' iiio^ vlo re lie was K"in(;., w h»,i lliv>^iiilgo stmteil for town
him., loiter of intro,Inetion o,tr..r wan Hitting beside him,
fo his brother, who was a farmer
living o . hi. route in A. knnaiM.! of bruuubin
li is not necessary for us to ful-j
low him on his road, or what.j
discoveries Ik* made for the benefit.
•*f snivnee; suffieient it is tlmt one
day toward dii.'k lie reached the
house of the gentleman to wli
The Judge saved him the trouble
the subject by star
ing :t. himself.
“J always, young man, give
j Nell her own way; so it’s all
L i rijglit; you need not say a word."
* But I've got to go on to-day."
The old Judge turned his eyes
h.ol the letter, ami diKmun.it j towxrd lihu; lie had an Arkn-ana
r, kuuukeil lit the tlnor,, nu.l howie anil u .louhle-bnrreled allot-
gun look he aai.l:
"Von nin't trying to get out of
it, ttre yo f"
The iloclor taking in the aitmi
>/ o itui pasily euvinul m tit***
Vf * j( ‘ jf linn#, Put it f-o> In* uiuks in
il.n e ni'uuh* by imv one n»
tiurr kpx. in »nv part of tbs country win* i#
r . illin.n to work HrjOily nt Ui*_ uiuployni-m
tliui w, ; 1'iriiish. uS»Ml |
presviiied his letter to the Judge
(even in those days every one was
a Judge in Arkansas) who would
not have needed it to have accord-
lVo,.;,-. .'....nut, ' l'onWi- j ...I him nil n|.on-hnn.!eJ-\vole»ino, j t j m , ml j,| | )r „i„|,t|v' "No air "
f.o travel' 1 r« wuie u UmUeml ttml j -Thufs right, 'l will fix every-
mw< ita tniieli Kl '• -i'l l ul Oien ,,s | tiling for voir give von tlmt black
n ,1V. After a aliort visit ho pro- j |nill0 HIH , „ i ight waj?on t „
1.0 cd to go on to the next town,
ah ut mur miles off, where lie in-
ie ,d.*d t.» put up lor the night.
But the Judgu would not listen
to his having, and was s»» cordial
in his d« sire for him to stay that
he would have been rude not to
have done sc. The Judge, after
directing one of his servants to
tend to hiN horse, invited him in
to the dining-room where he was
introduced to his wife inn! daugh
ter of his host and a substauciul
nr sUnit! tiliif t«*
1 only your spun* moment#. Wv I
wio. nrs nitikliii: *»r»r Still portt-y.
who PliKugp nt tiliffCdll iniikd luoluy l.t#f.
inoiify f.uuiot In
»• .sil> iukI r.ipidiy ni any 1 lm*r lm#iuMw. I<
iiothitis to try th« Imsii —s Ttnnsnin:
Sj Out lit !r. **. Aihlrws nt ouc», H. llMd.Kn
A Co., Portl.unl. Mh'Iip Anp.l4*ly.
co \s vm r 110 x c i n i\ />.
As old PUyslelsn rHirod from <, oHtp pnic-
tic»*, lmvitiq ii»d plu*cil iu hi# imnd# tiy mi
E.i#t iiidi.iu iii-siomw. Hip l••rllnl.l of n
himidc wRpitihl rt tiudy for the spudy mid
rcrir.*iifiit cure ol Cousiiiiintiou Droudiltn#.
CaUrrh. Astmii. mid «U Throat mid Lmm
nff-ctioiM. also u pnsltlvo ntnl rudicul curw for
lipurral Ivdriliiv mid id! iutvoum ;*ou.pUiu'H.
nfrr Inoiiiq tln.rmqhb i’s womb rl..]
cnmiivfl power# in t joii# uids of t«v!#
jt h:* duty to m iko it known 1* in# htin'cr'nq
fdloWR. Th«* recipe will b* went fret of
rvurqr. to All who d.-sirr* it. with full dm*-,
lion# for pr**puri"K mid soeefssfully u#ioq
Address with #t.nnp nmninq ild# pi|>«*r. I»r
j C. Scone. 44 North Ninth Street, Philu-
dolphi* Va. (Jct.2:l-ly.
c my your wile’s things, and 1,000
dollars as a starter. You can lie
married to-night and leave early
iu the morning; tlmt'11 suit you
“After you get fixed at your
post I will come down and nay
yen a visit. I have been thinking
about selling out and moving to
Texas for some time.”
Things were arranged as the
Judge said. The marriage took
WexteiB tuippur, to which lie <1 «1;place, nu.l the army .r,cube,I
TS.MwnK.nf te. IrmliliR literary |.n|)i*r
of tXo '.Vu,r. l av Ciiiuauij Luu ’ku.
ample just ice. Alter supper they
ailjournuil to the parlur, H.irl he
eutertaiiieil liia new made friumb
with news IVcim tiieiitilMde worM.
The JuJgo brewed sum, stiff whis
key punch, which cur friend, a.-
dally inclined, imbibed quite
fieely. The eld couple retired
and left their daughter to enter-
additiou tn its ladies in the person
.it file Arkansas Judges daughter.
—She was universally popular,
and justly so, for she was quite a
At the breaking out of the war
tlse doctor went South, rcsignir,]
tain him, and whether it was tliei-
II he did not love his wife at
, i . . n .1 hist, lie did when I knew him,
punch or what—at all events he , . . , ’
1 , , , . , 1 c ,, land I am certain lie never regret-
made hot love to her and finallr ... h
asked her to go to Texas with him
iircitnoiio.i ni tlir | to which she consented. Sim lie
ing very unsophisticated and in
it rmmrkhble -
remliiiir public, six yenr* u«o. Ihk Li*jn»xu
hvt utodity ii'lvuciifU In favor, wujl ta now .
*ckuowl«<l, c#l wjcouiI to no [wiper oi tlit kiua j tmecut, took every thing lie saut
fetl the obduracy of his father-io-
' j law.—Wash'ton Sunday World.
linbltstn-rs to pro.l"™ »l“l»' h >K"
ctisforti r, nn.l st U» “' u,g . tlm ' 1
Diffltleu' e of Greut Men.
"; i,h !
> - [ j her it was a case of “love at first; It may comfort some of our read-
sight." But 1 am anticipating, j era, troubled with an excess of
During the night, our friend the i modesty, to know that great tnen
doctor, woke up and remembered | have been diffident iu company
what he had said, and it worried-and have broken down in sttempl-
hitn; but he said to himself: ‘iiev-Jing to speak,
er mind, I will make it all right ~
i}f the morning. I must have
1 .neec<m'fHt«nt with ttw lawnt taidtlawa
That the? httv* snccocdiu. und wen, too. the
tbu.iMunfs iif r.,,,l«is Of Taa LaooEi, ™, ;
ter»-d lrom Alt
Oregon In Florida •' ill ln«r testimony. The
Cuicwh* Lkik»bh i# a large for’y-eight col-
nmu wceiuy u.tpur. which couUun# Hturios
bo*h complete .md eoutiuu-rt;iu eachnun.be-
witten by the beat until
a ^refti vnr » tv at infttintitit
of the diy.
i iuteresfinq to
The HttbHcription price of The
Lkihixb is oiily sll.W) per year.postage mid
e.inul ’ u ^^rncier 'which ’’’hcU for j that girl think of me?' and
The eloquent Robert Mall made
i utter failure the first time he
pipers of i he #4
made a fool of mysel f; what must I attempted to preach.
Tlie great Pitt was exceedingly
nonce will lie sent f «* any
mu* and their u'hlr«*>
,-»iiii. Moi ning fame, an l
Lord Camden wa«*ot>
Will boiiiHcrtcd ot the following r.xto*
Sheriff nalcs, p^r wq-iare $3 50
Sheriff’ll mortgage* tule*: ft (H«
Application for lei lets ofn liuiuwtr.ition A DO
Applicntifiti for leittrH of guitriluEftliip. 4 lk»
DismiHsU'ti from HdtiiinUtmtion 5 «v»
liiwuiiKsitm frou. gnardituiKhip r»«n»
For io s»-li lutitl ...•.*..4 on
Api'li*‘uiioii lor Uotrt#tend( 4 Wi
Notice to debtor# and creditor* A tkf)
xalo of real estate by edtuiniHtrutors, fesecu*
t rs and guiirdiomt, persquHre 2 Qd
Saleol p«*riflhnbic property, ten day*....» *>C
Sutniy notices. 30 dnv.
due on the firM appeantnw of the atlTerti*#-
•nfiiit will be presenli-d wheu the money ih
The lift* of ottne am! elegance ami
luxury j and exeinp'iou Itoin all
care and toils and debts and duns,
would soon become :t bore to him,
and he would 8|ietid his nighlft iu
dreaming ol plougliH am! pitch-
torha and reaping nmchines, and
squander hi« days in devising some
plan for swapping places with a
blacksmith * apprentice ora street
car driver — LnuLrille Courier
Lunatic* do not Nlicd Tear**
FVom the Biltisli Me.Heal Jour-
twilling his hut tor u few minutes| n#| . 0l|# of t|lB m „ s , oln . i(lus (ftcts
without being able to utter a sen
When Daniel Webster was a
school-boy, he tells us, “Many a*
piece did 1 c-uumit to memory and
I connect id with madness i* the ut
ter ab'i nee ofleiis among the in
sane. Whatever the form of triad-
ness,lt*aiM are conspicuous by tlieir
. . , | absence, a* much ifl the depression
reherae it over and over again in' *• . . *. <
n ; of melancholia or tlie excitement
my room; bat when the day came,
when the school collected, when ' G f dem-ntis
my name was called,and 1 saw. all I
eyes turned upon uiy seat, I could jj t w j|j f
of mania, as in th* utter absence
If a patient iu a lu
natic asylum be discovere l in tears
not raise myself from it.
Cowper’s friends purchased him'
blind that it in either t
patieut beginning to recover, or
‘ an emotional outbreak ifi an epi-
•; ,,l ; ce “ th0 H-' 1 -* ot , luetic wh i is .carcely truly
•li s where hi. duties only re- wh „ # aclnall) .
qttired him to stand up and read!
parliamuLlary notices and docu
ments. The thought of standing
up before such au or die nee was so
terrible to him that us the time
drew on he was iu agony of ap
prehension, and Iried to hang
All Means Me an Jbtlitor.
appear to have lost the power of
weeping; it is only returning rea-
sou which can unloose the fountain
ot their tears. Even while a lu
natic is telling one in fervent lan
guage how she has been deprived
of her ehildren,or the outrage that
has been perpetrated on herself/
her eye is never even moist. The
ready rush ot tears which accom
panies t'ie plaint of the same wo
man contrasts with the dry-eyed
appeal ot tlie lunatic. D would
An editor is the happiest bein*
on earth. He has little or noth
ing to do, mid Ilia |,uy ia nil tlmt " eem ,,1Hl t «» r » g iv e rolief
heart cuuld wiati, Ilia amiotum,
with it. I’tM-sian rugs mid Tiirk'e-h
onrpeta, ita euHtly roaewoud furni
ture, ita magnificent uiirrora, ita
euni|ilete library uf a|ilendidly-
hound )iouka,ita silver bell to suiii-
mini an atteudunt, and, ja abort, I
with ita everything tlmt human j
ingenuity can ileaire lor li in eotrt-j 1 '
turt and |>leusure, ia a jiertectlfitlli 1 ' A "lotlier,
|>uradiae, where ho aita or loungea e.-inM' 11 ,,
and rcigna a yo ling lord, with tlie
world of faaliiun and jilcasure nt
to tcciinga wliic'i when pent up
lead to tuudneaa. It ia one of the
privilegea of reuaon to ho able to
weep. Amid all the mysteriet ;f
tlui insane they can find no relict
a .tit>rnKirs woitns,
tlie green hills of
■V'Krinoiit, was holding tiy tlie right
I hand a sou 10 years old, nun with
j love of the sea. And ns lie stood by
! the garden gate one morning, .hi
ll is feet. And then anybody can aatil:
■ Edward, they tell me—for I nevn
iv the ueenn—dlicgreat lonitntioit m
aeainan’a life Is drink. Promise
, , . . me, before roil ijuil motlior'a hand
once started the nmnev pours in [thatyon will never dr
be an editor—no study, no drepa-
ration, uo brains, nothing but ni*
little money to start with, and*
upon him in a steady stream, and
the cheif lubor ol your wife is to
spe.id it. As lor the lab.ir of edit
ing a newspaper, that is mcr
C'lumus of a newspaper is enough ji
And” said lie, for lie :old me \\, .
story. gave the jiromiso, mid
j 'veul the globe over, (.'iilmna an !
i the Muditrruiiien. I'VmeUco arid
* j the Capo of L’oo.l Hop*, t|,e North
A mere glance at the | Pole and the Sonih, l-aw (lievii al!
lorty year#, a.id I never miw a
to convince you that, it requires on |Kl as * tided with sprrkiing liquor *.
labor to edit it, and less brains
it is ccrtainiy a glorious life, that
my mother* Ibriu l»\ the, gate
not rise up before mcy and lo-dm
<• v* .... . ’ , am innoeeiU of the la*tc of Hquor.”
ol nn editorja 1.1c ol luxurious e.m, j W a. not that , M „vid, „ r ,i,
and ol elegaut leisure—a life fill- power of a single word? Yet tiff t i
ed, like that of tlie young lover l not half,
in his first dream of requited love, ’ i c,t ram- into
with fiules of rose leaves aui
moonbeams. That all uicu are
not editors is one of the strangest
things beneath the stirs. True,
there must be doctors and lawersj
and merchants and shoemakers
counting room a man
“Do you know me?
“Well/* Mtid he, -l was o«.
brought drunk #nt.» your pre? .
ou hoard #liip: you were a passen j
they kicked uic aside; you took m
, to your berth, ami kept me thei r
ami peanut dealer# and tlie like, 11 had slept o.fthe iutoxl,
and all these oallings must be fill- —* *' ' ' '
w itskeil if I bait a mothc.. .
ed by somebody, bul there ate' *“ K * "ever kiu-wn s word from
enough to fill them, aud why they i *•*'
i lohl me of your#
don’t become editors and lead the | Sf'mmonhi pm'.|,'?uV u ‘ x”. “'V.! g
life of opulent princes is a tljfpg and I come to a-fc you io cone ami
tlmt staggers us. But after ull, '< •vcine?'*
it may be that it is a mete matter | it. Thlu' mmhw^'wor.h’Tn
of taste. It may be repugnant to the grci.ii.liqi. 0 |’ Vermont! i>,
some natures tg. become editors, 'a.'.i'r';'"'$'},i'i ,lM> Hoe ,
: \ i