THE BUTLER HERALD.
H1W. N. BENNS.
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BUTLER, GEORGIA. TUESDAY, APRIL 8. ISIS.
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THE BUTLER HERALD
\V. N. BENNS.
Editor and Pullaliar.
SOMBirrias Puicii 51.UU. Eon A»aiCM
TUESDW APRIL 8tb 1875
DoS T EoHBKT To BToP A ITHB
Located on south-east cornel* of Court
This Hotel is the moat convenient ti
the depot mid in the hits'inesM portion
of the town, mid lias Ween recently iel
evated and re fiiruiahed. Table ulwa\
supplied with the bust the market al
folds. Oliargea nuuleiute.
march, ll-i f. Proprietor.
Tho undersigned nnnnunccs to (lie
public that lie is prepared lb nreom-
rnodale tliem in (lie best ol'style al nil
times. The table will be supplied
tvitb H o best tlie country nii'onis.
Itooiua, neat, airy ami cOlilloi table
Board $2.00 per day.
l»i Ai Si MORRIS,
B, DUB. Proprietor.
MACON, — — - GA.
THIS HOUSE is now provided with every
n*!C(j»sary convenience for tbcuucommocluUoiJ
aud comfort ot its patrons. The location
desirable and vouveuitiit to the business por
tion of the city.
Have tlie best the market nffcK Omni
bus to aud from depot free of charge, bug-
gain handled tree or cbnrgv.
The Bar is supplied wuh the be4t »ine
E. C. ClRBElTt Pro.
guBLi Opposite PuBnan Diro
It AGON, GAi
tfff- Board per Da'J $2. OO
Sinfile Meal* 7li rente.
Mr.u'ifartuted by Ih«
BMhttl We Oar* 0*., Dchw, V. C.
Whfcrt they reached the depot
Mr. Mail and his Wife gaze l with
uoNpeakab'e disappointment at the
receding train Which wait just puli-
ibg Away from the bridge switch
at thte rate of a thmiMlnd mil^s a
minute. The first impulse wan to
run after it. but as the train wuh
out bf sight, and Wliitlmg for
Sagetowu lefote they could attt on
• lie impulse, they remained in tlie y ol , find nothing else to do ail
carnage and disc inho'utely turned j morning"
shouted Mr. Man, a little annoyed
‘•I’ve emptied every last thing in
it that I ever saw b fore.”
Mrs. Man stepped back a f»-w
paces, held her head on one aide,
and, after satisfying herself that
the crimp would do and stay where
she put it, replied:
“These things scattered around
on the floor are all mine. Prob
ably you haven't heed looking in
your own drawer.”
“1 don't see," testily observed
Mr. Man, ‘‘whyyou couldn't haw
jnit my things out. for me when
the horses' hvMe homeward.
“It all cotnes of hating to wait
on a woman to get leady,” Mr.
Man broke in very grimly.
“I was ready before you was/’
replied his wife.
“Great heavens!''cried Mr Man.
iu Hfopies'iblu impatienc-, jerking
the horses’ jaws out of place,'’just
listen to that, and I sat out in th«*
buggy yelling for you to come
along until the whole ui-glibor
hood heard me!"
“Yes,” acquies-.ed Mrs. Man.
with the provoking placidity which
no one hilt a woman uni assume;
“and every time I started down
stabs you sent mb bnl'k for some
thing you had fotgi-ttoti.
Mr Mau groaned. “This is too
iimch to hear, when every bod \
knows that if 1 was going tl> Ku-
ripb 1 woilld just iunIi into the
nouse, put on a chan shirt, grab
up my gHp-s»iek, and fly* while
you woitl i Want at lea-t six months
tor pie im tuny pr* paratiotis, and
then dwaddle arniiud tlie wlmh
day of staitiug until every tiuin
had left town.”
Wi ll, the upshot of the matter
was that the Mans put oil' their
visit to Aurora until the next
we k. aud it wa* agrud that each
• •ne eh 'tild get himself or ler-elt
ready ami go down to ih** tram
and go, ami tlie one who failed to
get ready should be let*. Tin day
ot the match came around in one
time. Tin* train was to goat 1U;UU,
and Mr Man alter attending to
his business went liunn* at 9:45
“Now, then,” Im shouted,“on
ly iluee quaiti-rs of an hour until
'rain time. Fly at on ml; a fail
ti* id and no turrit-, you know/’
And away they flew. Mr. Mau
bulged through this room and
rushed thiough that me* atid di
veil into due »Inset after unoliei
with incom eivah n inpidity, chuck
ling uud- r his breath all the tim ,
to think how cheap Mrs. M«t
would feel when lie suited oil
alone He ft'pped uti his Way ti;
ta-rs to pull olt his heavy boots
to snve time. For the same rea
son h pti led off hi- c->at as he ran
thiough tho dining room and liu g
it oil a corner of tlie silver oln-et
Then he jeiked off Iris vest ms he
rushed thr* ngli the hall and to-s-
ed it on a h>» k on tlm hat. tack
and by the t rue he reached his
room he was ready to plunge into
his clean clothes. He pulled out
a i u reran drawer and began to paw
at the things like a fcxotch terrier
after a rat.
“Eleanor,” he shrieked, “wlort
are my Shirts?”
“In yotfr bureau drrfwer/' calm
ly replied Mrs Man, who wie
standing placidly before a' glass,
calmly and deliberately coi&id'gf a
refractory crimp into place.
“Well, by thuroder/thwy’aifdt-l^
Becaus-,” said Mis. Man, set
ting herself'into an additional ar*
tic e ol raiment, with awlul delib
elation, “nobody put mine out for
in**. A fair field and no favois,
Mr. Man plunged into his shirt
I ke a mad huM at and flsg.
“Foul,"lieshouted, iu malic! us
triumph. “No button oil the
“B* cause, M suid Mrs. Man, sweet
ly, utter a deliberate R are at the
fidgeting, impatniit man, during
which she but toned her dress and
put »• even pins where they would
do ihe most good, “because you
have got tin* shirt on wrong side
When Mr. Man s’i 1 out c.f that
• liirt In begun to sweat. Me drop
ped tlmshirt three times before 'ne
got it on, ni«d while it was over
los head he Heard the ch-ck stiike
ten. Wh- u his head came through
tie saw Mrs. Ma - caxi.g the ends
and bows of her ne<k»ie.
“ vVhere's my shirt studs? 7 he
Mi$. Man went out into anotlie>
loom unu presently tame hack
with her gloves ami hat, aud saw
Mr. .Man emptying all the boxes
lie could find in ami about the bu
reau. Then she said:
“In the shirt you t ok • flf/
Mrs. Man put. oil her glove-
while Mr. Mao hunted up aud
town the foOio for his cuff billions
“Keanor,” fie snttrhd at last,
‘I h. li* V yofl must know where
those « ii IT bin tons are.”
“I haven't seen them” said the
ally settling her hat; “didn't you
lay them oil the windftw m l in
the sitting-room hot night?”
Mr Mau remembered, aud h
went down stair.- ou the rum lie
stepped on one of his in ots and
was iiiiin- dia e y lun-'lbd iu fhe
lull! at the h ot of the Stairs with
li atness aud diHpab h, attended in
the transmission with more humps
than he could count, with ii Webb s
adder, un i lauding with a hau_
I ke the Hell Gate exph-eion.
“Aie you nearly ready, Alger
non?” asked tlie wite of liu family,
sw. et y leaning ovei the banister
The unhappy mm groaned.
“Can't yO-i throw me down that
other bom?” lie asked.
Mis. Man pityingly kicked it. at
him. “My valise?'* he inquired,
as he tugged away at the boot.
“Up in your diessiug rooio/'ehe
“I do not know—unless yon
packed it yonfself— probably not/
*he replie'd, with hf'T hand on the
door knob; “f had barely time to
pack my own/'
She was passing out of the gate
when the door opened and he
“Where in the name of goodness
did you put my vest? It has all
tuy money in it!’*
“You thiew ilon the hut-rack.”
bheqalied back. Good-bye,dear.”
Befnte she got to the corner ot
th* street she was hailed again:
“Eleanor! Eleanor! Eleanor
Man! did yon wear off my coat?”
‘She paused and turned, after
signaling the street car mAn to.
slay, and cried:
“You threw it on the silver clos
And tho street car engulfed her
gra eful figure and she was seen
uo mure. But the neighbors say
that they heard Mr. Man charging
up and down the house, rushing
nut at the ft out door every now
and then and shrieking up the de
scried street after the uneoticious
Mrs. Mali to know where his hat
was, and whbre she put. the valise
key, and it silks had any clean socks
and undershirts, aud there *asnt'i
a linen collar iti the house. Ami
when he went, away at last, he
lett the kiicheu door, side door
ami front door, all the down stairs
windows, ami the front gate wid.
• pen. And the loungers ur uq I tin
d pot recently were somewhat am
Used just as the train was pulling
out of sight down in the yards, to
see a flu-hed perspiring man, with
his hat on sideways,his \estbutton
el two buttons too high, Ms cuff
unbuttoned and neckiie flying,and
his grij-sack flapping open and
shut like a demented shutter on a
March n ght, and a door-key in
his hand, da-li wildly across the
platform and halt in the middle ol
the hack; glaring iu deject'd, im
potent, wrathful mortification at
the departing train, and slink ng
Ins fi t at a pretty woman, who
whs ibrowing kisses at him from
the rear pint form of the last car.
Pt*eveutiiig a Marriage*
A SisThK Placing uer Hand on the
Moltii of util Hying Brother,
Washington,Mhroll .0—On Sun
day night Cnpt.Nnrmau Crane well
known here, was dying at MeyeiV
not'd, iu this city. Tne capta ii
was Worth about $2 l,0i 0. He had
lived five years with a wcmati
named Maiy £ratie, and had iu-
iro uced her as his wile iu some
ol the most r spectable ciicles in
the dint' ict. No marriage ceremo
ny had, however, hueu performed.
When Capt. Gran- was dying he
tlesir* d to niuke Mary his I'-gai
wife. Tlri Captain's sister, Celia
Ciane, wait violently opposed to a
marring'-, there being, it. appears,
iio will A ceigyin>n, the It-v
•Jus G. Addison, whs sent for, and
whs wi lingto pertbiui the ceiem -
ii). Dr. Townsend, who was ulso
pie>' iit, thus de-crihel the scene
in an iut* rv>ew with a Poet repur
“The sister kept her place by
tlm side of the bed, and us I askeu
the question first to prove concions
to ss. “Do you me?'’ heindieata i
his reply by an affirmative nod of*
head. Tin n I a*ked, “Ar# you
willing to marry tbi« Mtoftiafi?”
but before he could Cod, his sister
patted hiseh'-ek and said, “Don't
answer them my dear brother.”
Iu'hi# weak condition he wofild
at once relapse, both I and Dr
A’ddi’sotr gave tt up.
Whole xuitBEk 120
The m«r«Mxe waa thu» prerent-
e 'I> * M< I *?'W. the captain', death
(he aijier t»olt poaaeaaion of hi,
l ,eri *°Wd firsphrly. The alleged
“'I® arr'eit of the aiater
on ■tha ^ceiiVdinn of larceny, but
np the ^jtqe.Betan l the complain-
“P* apkMtHertged that there had
W-.dMWilSge Ci remonj-. The
police jiiatice .(hereupon decided
lh| d tjtp fityftii..being the natural
h e ^., f'RtU-cl to the property.
*a (li* ic-qa^d Sr,. Crane raid
that alfe.hjY^^een living for year*
aa the Crane; had for-
S*S e " bon^.iyid friend, for him,
and, in the ey.el ol Ond and man,
waa hffi »(|(^ She added that t he
-iftvr,f)a'l prevented tho marriage
by placing .J^r hahd over the
mouth and head of Mr. Crane,
thila pieventing him from anatver*
ing the ()ue»tiun» when naked.
A Cure For Love
Take one graiu of Senae, half a
grain ol Prudence, an ounce of pa-
lietiC", a pound of Revolution, a
handful of dialike, mix them to-
gethei and fold them tip in your
lirniu for twenty.lour hour,, and
theti 8train them clean of the
ditiga of MelanbHoly, arid set them
nil H alow fire of Hatred,arid aweet-
eti llieni with Porgetfuloeas, then
pet ill. m in the bottle of your
heart, Mopping them with the cork
id Sotiod Ctiderataoding, arid Ict
►taiiH fourteen day, in the #atora'
of Cold Affection.
This remedy when rightly mad*
and properly applied, will cure.
Ingredient, tiiay H-found hy go
ing up the Hill of Self Denial, id
th'- House of Understanding, on
Conetaut Street in the Town of
Obey Ml Un Mother.
How Horace Mann obeyed bid
mothei lit tliria told -ty. Jiir.p)f:
My mother asked mb ne'er to uae'
tidiacco; I have never totftihed it
from that time to the prevent day;
I have nc-ver gambled; 1 can-
f vll arho aiv losing in game#
that aiv being played. She ad
monished me. too, agaidst hard
drinking; and whatever capacity
h»r endurance I have at preseot,
and whatever usefulness l have, I
HttifloitH to having compli- d with
her pious and correct Wishes.
Whef) I wAs seven year# of age
she asksil me not to drifflt, tfnd
then I made a resolution of total
ih-tinence, and that I have adher
ed to it through h11 time, I owe
Loyalty in lofvo has aeldotn' been
moi-H strikingly dis^luyed thah m (fift
•one Of* couple who, after a courtship
»f over eighteen years, have just be**n
imrl-ied in Kentucky. The wedding
was to have occurred in 1861, when
the war broke out, but the conflict
which dragged all classes of people into
ta whirl-|KMtl claimed this lover as
we l. He took oue side,liar father took
the other. The old man never forgave
it. Ho swore that as long4# be lived,
his daughter should n4vef marry a reb
el. He kept his word. One by one, his
three sous “passed over the river and
nu't of sight/’ Hfe Wife.hroken-heartcd,
folloWod her h6ys to the grave, aud
flnaily, norio of the once-happy house
hold was left but the patient girl and
her stern old parent. The ikar gave
back her loVer uninjured, but the im
placable father stood Between. He 1 r-
fused hi S’ Co risen t to the marriage, and
she would not wed without it. And so
the years rolled aWay—afl obstinate old
man—two ioyal lovers. A yeai* ngrf
ho died, aud last week this loug-delav-'
ed ddityriagn was <iortKtith(ttfid<£