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Rev. M. Pennell, pastor of tlie
First Sncietj-, Brookville, entered
his liotisc, one afternoon in Jilly,
with an expression ii|>on his coun
tenance so unlike the look of wea
riness generally there visible, that
his wife, noticing it, inquired:
-What lias occurred that af
fords you such evident gratifica
“Yon know I was wishing that
I might have a t mporary relief
from my cares, hut was unwilling
to take a vacation because of my
belief tha no church should,even ; hear him; the prayer-meeting Had
for one Sunday, be without preach : ‘ n attendance larger than
in.rS"’ ! had evc-r before known; the “sew
8 * j
“Yes. And I know that von in g circle,” usually discontinued
pulpit, an old man, whose frame
was bowed, whose bairwas silver
ed by age, extended bis hand and
■•Brother Smith, in my more
than eighty years I have never
heard so excellent a sermon as
yours.” • - -
“Thank you,” returned Mr.
Smith. “Your kind words arc cn
kindness if you will express the
ring at once to me at Rochester,
Mr. Campbell promised to do
so. Mr. Smith thanked him ami
The detective named was sum
■noned by telegraph, ami within
twelve hours arrived in Brook
ville. To hiuj the president stat-
eonraging"—and a blush sutfnsed. ed all the facts in the case, of
Ins face. j which the officer made a mentor
From that time his praises were nndtim. Then, as i:i verification
on every lip. People who were
noted Sabbath breakers went to
Church Dire story. Fright fill Catarrh.
Rev. F. A. BRANCH, Paster.
?WVin*8 every Sabballi morning
•tiilevoiiiiig. Prayer meeting Thurs
day night. Sabbath school at ‘JL
A.‘M. Preaching 11 A. M.
Baptist Curia ii.—
Rev. \Y. II. COOPER, Pastor.
Services every Sabbath, morning and
evening. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night. Sabbath school Sunday
fiO A. M. Preaching 11 A. M.
Ri:\. M. C. BRITT, Pastor.
Services, second, third and fourth
Sundays, morning an3 eV< ning.—
Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Sabhatli Scliooi, ‘.J 1 ., A. M. Preaching
11 A. M.
Pieces of 3one.
For four year' I have* been uttliiTcd
with a very trouMesyine ca.tarriiof the
licad. So terrible has its nature been
that when 1 blew my nose small piece*
of bone would frequently conn* out of
my mouth and nose. The discharge
was copious, and at times exceedingly
I offensive. M v blond U ranic so ini]>ure
[ that my general health was greatly im
paired. with poor appetite and worse
Numerous me.Iicir.es were used with
out relief, until 1 began the use of R. It.
j It., and three bottles acted almost like
i magic, since their use not a symy tom
has returned, and 1 feel in every way
| quite re.-ton-d to health. I am an old
j citizen of Atlanta, and refer to almost
i any one living on Butler street, and
j more particularly to Dr. (dllinan, win
owe il to your people, not less
tlmu to yourself, to rest from your
labors; so doing, you emibl ac
complisii mueli more. Have you
decided to go away for a season?”
■ Read that,” he replied, pass
ing a letter to bis wife.
She unfolded the missive, whose
••( , New York, July 12, IS—.
Dear Bki/ihek Pjcxxki.i.—Yon
through the hot months, was re
organized, and of it he was the
The young men liked him; the
young women—married as well as
single—fairly adored him.
With reference to the gentler
sex. lie acted circumspectly, being
courteous toward all, but raani ■
festing no favoritism for any of
hem. In a fortnight lie was as j tr
ivman could de-
of these statements:
“The door of the bank was lock
ed when you reached it?” lie said,
it i interrogatively.
“It was,” returned Mr. Camp
•The safe was also locked.” | the ruse by which he gained a
“Yes.” j knowledge of your combination, j
some one who was your pastor’s
classmate at the Theological
Seminary by consulting the cata
logues of the institution for vari
ous years. Fortune favored liis
selecting Sir. Blake. He had
never corresponded with Sir. Pen
nell, but was thoroughly versed in
his ways. This circumstance en
abled Smith to write to your pas
tor, with no fear of detection by-
reason of the penmanship. The
timeof writing was also opportline,
as Sir. Blake was on the point of
leaving home, and Sir. Pennell
could not write to him concerning
the would be substitute.
“The ring—it may or may not
have been worth something—was
An old negro who lived near
Bowling Green. Kentucky, dccid
ed to hold what he termed a cole
bration. lie went to town on an
errand of preparation, and, going
to Slayor Henry C. Hines, a large
grocery dealer, said:
“Cap’n we'se gwine ter hab cr
sort o' celebration and ’uiemora-
Man that is born of a woman is
small potatoes and few in the hill.
He risetli up to day and Hour-
islictli like a rag weed, and to-
morrow or the day after the un
dertaker lias him in the ice box.
He goelli forth in the morning
warbling like the lark, ami is
knocked out in one round and two
tion down ter my house, an’ uiy ! seconds,
wife what ain er mighty 'oman
airter fasliun, sail, wanted ter git
i some o’ dese licah blue an' green
The mayor did not happen to
think that the fellow meant wax
candles, but. pulling open the
drawer of Roman candles, said:
“Are these the kind, uncle?”
“Yas sail; yns. da's do kino, 1
of III V I
A. M. K. fiirirni.—
Rev. S. M. CLARK, l’a.dor.
Survives every Sahhatli. Sahhatli
School !l*.j A. )l. Breaching •> and
7',. o’clock, 1*. M. Chios meeting
A LITTLE GOLD,
Mr. '/.. A. Cl; rlc, of Atlanta, Hu., in
speaking of #I> , *.*ni in gold desires to
say to the readers of this paper, that the
wlioh* of the above amount was spent in
a fruitless effort in liuding relief from a
terrible Blood Poison alb*- ting his” body,
limbs and nose presenting nglv run
ning ulcers, lie i* now sound and well,
having been cured by the most speedy
and wonderful remedy ever before
known, and any interested 'party who
may need a Blood Burilier will learn
from him that three bottle-'of B. B. B.
restored hi* appetite, healed ad ulcers,
relieved hi* kidneys, and added twenty-
one pound* to bis weight in thirty davs.
will he surprised at hearing from ! popular as a clergy
your former classmate iu Ando . s j rc to lie.
ver, Between whom and youisell . , , , , . .
... . * 1 should like to ask
there lias never been any com.*- ,
spondencc; but a few words will ^ Li\or of }on, lie said
render all comprehensible. From j Campbell, president and .
my remembrance ofyutir views re- i of the local bank, a “pillar” of the
peeling the.duties ol a pastor, ,.| ltIrc | 1> ., s t> ie y sat j n conversa-1 age lias
tion one evening. with?”
“The windows were fastened as When you opened the safe lie thinks. Gin me ail de colors whut
usual?” ! learned the number that you used,; yer’s got. I)is is fine. Gw ine to
“They were.” j and bis unsuccessful attempt to hab er mighty ‘splay out dar.
“Who knows the combination 1 open it after you was a mere boss. Otillid ladies an' genner-
tliat you use on your lock to the' "blind.’ Of course, to obtain an 1 men coinin' from everwbar. Gwine
safe?” ! entrance to the building was an to make dat house look like o' dese
“No one but myself.” easy matter for him. I shall this heali Christmas trees.
“Have you ever committed it very day go in pursuit of him, and yer light’em?"
paper?” inv advice is, say nothing of w hat ' “This way on tlie end
•1 have, and the paper is non ' I have told you to any one except
‘Blecgcd ter yer, rail. Make
In the midst of life lie is in
debt, and the tax collector pursu-
etb him wherever he goetli.
The banister of life is full of
splinters, and lie slidetb down it
with considerable rapidity.
He walkclli forth in the bright
sunlight to absorb ozone, and
mcctelh the bank teller with a
sight draft fo* - .$357.
lie comcth home at eventide
and mceteth the wheelbarrow in
his path, and the wheelbarrow
risetli up and smitetli him to the
earth, and falleth upon him and
runneth one of its legs into his
In the gentle springtime he
puttelli on his summer clothes,
and a blizzard strikctli him far
in a sealed pae.' age, liolden by my the directors, more than that I dem folks think dat I’se up in de away from home, and lilleth him
with woe and rheumatism.
and from w hat I have beard oi l
your faithfulness, I apprehend
that you would not sacrifice what; “Do not hesitate to ask any fa j ‘I suppose that it
.you. jicrbaps unwisely, regard the vor which it is in my power to Will learn shortly;” and lie
grant,” was the reply.
“It is not exactly the thin
an humble servant of the
wear this ring”—extending
• Do yon know that the pack- Early in December he received presented a gorgeous display,
never 1 ‘ ’
been tampered . a telegram from the detective at 1 The Roman candles were placed
York, which contained the on the table in polished sticks
wellare of your people to your
physical and, of course, mental
health and strength.
“A young man whom I consid
ered very gifted lias been study
ing with me tor nearly two years,
and would like to preach a few j
Sundays, experimental! y. l'mvi- ... .
ilc I vim wish ti> be absent lrol , 1 'n 1 |;eites n ImsC fur d.spiny that,
your charge fur a month or six nut commendable with the rich.
a great attorney, and to be opened only : have obtained a clew lo the perpe- world, sho’. Nothin’ like inakin
to Mr. i in ease of an illness—that renders j trator of the deed, until you ’hear folks’ypeet yer. Good day, sail.” j He layeth lip riches ill the
asliier i me unconscious—or uiy death.” | from me.” | The old fellow's dining room l bank, ami the president specuia-
tctli in margins, and then goetli
to Canada for his health.
In the autumn lie piiltc-th on
his winter trousers, and a wasp
^ that a bide til in tbeni lilletli him
found Thomas Smith alias various to light them until all the guests j full of intense excitement,
other names, in custody, who ■ should arrive. The old woman I lie startetli down in the Cellar
n engraving of happiness; I with an oleander, and goetli has-1 per cent., a
supposi 1 '■ ’ 1 - i-
i a note which lie sent to bis attor
single word “Come.”
He went to that city, w here lie
stolen from many an old fashion
ed household. It was decided not
for , ney.
Lord to; "No suspicious pe;
his seen in the village recently?
shapely white hand, whereon] “Not that I am aware of.”
has been made a full confession, quite sub was
stantiating the olliecr's
lions—and restored all
The W. Melon.
Who started ibecholera?
I, said the melon,
I am the felon,
From warmth of a torrider
Country than Florida,
1 carried the cholera
We sailed to Marsailles
With favoring g.des,
And from there we wen! oil
To visit Toulon.
Where next do we go?
Just w ait; time will show.
But it will not be long,
Kre the Germans will find,
That cholera loves
A trip on the rind.
—Telegraph & Messenger.
- » »-m-
A sacl sight was witnessed at
the Union depot last night... Four
little children, named Ford, the
oldest about 10 and the youngest
about J years old, came in charge
of the conductor from Waynes
boro. They were motherless and
fatherless, and were on their way
to Bibb County Orphan Home.
Hie youngest was a little girl,
anil when taken off the ears was
sick with a licit fever. They were
very poor, and the reporter felt
glad that they were being taken
lo a place that would 'be a home
for them.—Macun Telegraph.
• 1 the old
! sparkled a large diamond “Il
man a crayon of pride,
nests bad all taken their
a seats, when the old mail and his
tily, anil the oleander eometh
ter him and siltetli upon him.
He sittelh up all night to get
The ollicer began his examina- 1 had taken from the bank, save
tion of the premises, frequently ! hundred dollars or so. ! wife proceeded to light the wax j the returns from Ohio, and in the
referring to his memoranda. | When Mi\ Campbell returned to ' candles. j end Icarnctli that the other fellows
Dese lie-all wax lights, ’ said I have carried it.
• have 1
it*« ii lt.ititllins: 15.
. 15. B.
<. and t;ik
«• | , l‘ , *' <
IIs well, ir
1 it in pref
to anv oilier
■ 1 I’tiril
weeks, my friend will gladly sup | is reprehensible where the wearer j Meanwhile a sealed package was Brookville with the stolen proper-
pl\ your pulpit during lliai time is poor and fitting lor the vocation handed to Mr. Campbell, who, | tv, "every one was astonished on
"vet and Bf.vnh, InBigsstinn
.'-pepr/a, Sc::r Stomach, Spies?
: rtigo, Bad Breath, Malaria
rmdice, and Ferity and Enria
e Blood without nauseating lb,
•■rr.aah cr weakening the sijstnn'.
osc; 1 tn 2 Beans on going tn Leo
KannfactrnrTS & f* *: Prr pa. '
*ld by Druggists. ST j :CHIG, M
For FaK* by .1. \V. Staxtoup. I’uthbort,
* juiu* •JU-Gm.
~ Wm, d, kiddooT
ATfOKXIA AT IAW.
A.^Hl'TI A M<><>1IE, I>moists.
A IV2 paj^c Book of womlcrful B. 15. 15.
tcstiinoiiv inailcil t<» anv aililross.
BLOOD BALM < <>.\ Atlanta, (»a.
For salt* in Cutlibrrt bv
;»n- 1 Mm. J. W. STANFORD.
A Certain Cure For
—MANUFACTURED l’»Y —
DE. J. D. HCYL,
| rjlTlIIS MEDIO! NK is A si* RE AND
I 1. (ti lt K (TKE for KhcumaiUin ill
ALL it.x vari»»;is forms. In many cast**
lit will rim.-: a IT RE in THREE or
I FOl'U DAYS, ami NEVER FAILS to
■ *ri\ e rclivf.
IT IS AN INTERNAL REMEDY.
tor no oilier compensation than:.,
, . , . , 1 ... that 13 to be mine.
Ins board. 11, however, you shall
choose to make him a trilling do
nation, it will be very acceptable,
as lie has to provide for
I do not wear
wuz thought ter In* tool lie buyetli a watchdog,
it as a matter of display, however, “The
but because it is an heirloom, from ted.”
himself| which I have been unwilling to' ‘ Are you sure that you have
“I shall be absent from home j
until the middle of September; so. i
if\oti think proper to accept my
suggestion, please write to Air.
1 homas 8uiit!i, Roston, whither | misapprehend it. I would ask, if
he is going to visit friends, on re
j cfiipt of tliis. With kindest wish
es, Fraternally, yours,
“You will avail 3*011 reelf of the
: opportunity to recuperate your en
ergies?” asked Airs. lYnncl, liav-
! ing finished the letter.
“1 shall. It seem? too much
like a dispensation of Providence
to be neglected.'*
part in the seasons of my direst never accidentally disclosed the
need. The people cannot know combination to any one—that no
my motive in having it appear up j one has been near you when you
on my person, and will probably j opened the safe?”
“The only person who has ever
been near me when I opened the
ollieials, is the gentleman who
substituted lor our pastor this
“How did he happen to be near
you are willing, to give it a place
‘ 1 candles overturning, shot direct
lv at the musts. Within three
EFFABLA. ALA.. May 14. lssl.
j 1 lutvr been nttiietcd with Chroiiir
Rheumatism for two years, off and on,
; ami have tried variou* remedic-. One
j Bott'c of Dr. Ho\T> Ivheumatir Keniedy
practice at any place in the ; has entirely relieved me. Los than one
* ’ • * tf. bottle entirely stopped the pains.
_ * J. A. HAY.
State by special contract.
W. R. THORNTON,
ill your s:ife at the bank?”
“Most assuredly. Carry it
tiiere in the morning, and I will
iloposit it where it will be secure."
“Thank you. My mind is re
l’tevecl ot a great responsibility.” ] you?”
The next morning he went to the “He came here to leave a valtia
bank, and saw bis ling placed ; ble ring that was bis for safe
where Mr. < omphell assured him keeping”
it would be “secure.” “You opened the safe in bi
opening it, said: j learning the true character of the ] fine for or nigger, but—Good j when lie comcth home late from
paper is here, unmoles : “lay preacher.” Lowd!" The loom was -filled ; the lodge the watch dog trcctli
I “His first text should have been,' with balls of lire, and, some of the ] him and sitteth beneath him uu
I was a stranger and look ye in
facetiously observed one of tin
church members whom Mr. Smith minutes after the pyrotechnic dis-
had especially pleased. play began there was not a negro
Since that time no one of his I within sight of the house. The
flock lias expressed any desire that old mail and his wife stopped in a
another than the Kev. Mr. ]Vn- neighboring corn field,
the excel tion of the : nell administer to his spiritual; “See what yer’s dont
wants. Lid fellow, breathing with dilliciil
• # ■— - Ity. “Tole yer not to put on so! anil great liabilities,' and eometh
A Iteuiiiiful Slur). mneh style; tole yer dal dc deb-j home to live with hia beloved son-
Colcridge relates a story to this j |,;j | !!U | bis,. V eon yer.” in law.— Puck.
cireet: I Several days afterwards the old
Alexander, during bis march (negro went into the store and
into Africa, came to a people! 3n ;,|.
til rosy morn.
He goetli to the horse trot anil
bettetli his money on the brown
mare, and the bay gelding with a
blaze face winnetli.
He marrielh a red headed heir
ess with a wart on her nose, and
said the! the next day her parental ances
tor goelli under, with few assets
“I am so glad.”
Mr. lYnnell went tn bis library j * * * * * , presence, and he unsuccessfully
and wrote to Mr. Smith, mention 1 After an absence of five weeks, tried to open it after you?
ing the letter from “Brother” Mr. Pennell returned to liis charge
iu absolute astonish
Blake, aud inviting him tosubsti- land Mr. Smith went from Brook
lute for him during the coming • ville, to quite a small town
Three days later Mr. Smith came
He was of the medium height,
slight, pale faced; had long au
burn whiskers, worn ala Anglais,
curly hair of the same hue; blue
“Describe his personal appear
village iu Maine, where lie uau ,
engaged to preach for a short time ^ r * Campbell did so.
he said. j ‘‘That is all for the present.”
There was a wide and deep re- ; remarked the officer,
gret at his departure, and now a } tour days elapsed, during
in peaceful huts, who j ..ij OSSf j d oa n want any mu’ o'
ilem’ camlles. Da’s kukltix
Da burns all right fur ilc white
folks, but when <!c niggers tries
ler put on style will ’em, w'y (la
shoots de eye balls of torment »ll
ober de. premises.”—Arl'nnsttte
FFR’K West siffe 1‘uMie s^iian*.
over r. Harris' store. fibl7-ly.
EXCLRSIOX VIA SAVANNAH T<1
SEW YORK ASM PHILAMEU’HIA.
Rlu'diuntism. :unl mhmitmI a Lottie
j your Kluuinati.*m medi'-ino. Alter
taking; aboui om-t'« u til of tin* Lottie I
! was relieved of all pain Thinking that
1 was well did ;i«*t take any more of it.
After a month i: returned.' 1 then nnr-
i chased two Lotties and took aeeoriling
to diroetions. it hasheen three months
! since I tinished taking, and 1 feel 110
• symptoms t*f its return. 1 consider mv-
sc!f eu irely cured, and take pleasure ;n
I’cconuncnding your remedy as a safe
and sure cure for Khcv.inat:*m.
Yours truly. .»Nt >. i*. WEPT,
of the firm of \\ illiam* A Wt-st.
knew neither war nor conquests.
Gobi being offered him, he refus
ed it, saying that liis sole object
was to learn the manners and
customs of the inhabitants.
“Stay with us,” said the chie f ,
as long as it plcaseth thee.”
During this interview with the Traveler.
African chief two of his subjects | - ^
brought a case before him for judg-1 A * liilosophical 1 ramp.
m-kwxxx Mrtja Vlil , aill i»u,iu” ,nei| G The dispute was, one had; ^ g-ntleman on East hourth
fonr uf the church uicmbcr 8 -cs-! which the detect ilc seemed £! bought « piece of g™nd which 1 f.mnd a nigged trump sit-
give tlic “case” no tousiderption. j after the purchase, was fonnil to ] t,n = on h,s flont ste l* ciU'iig Ins
devoting liis time to conversation , con ? a ' n a treasure tor which he
felt himself bound to pay. The !
tures; was evidently
The following Sunday lie occu
pied a sent ill the pulpit with Mr.
Fennell, but took no part in the
exercises, except to otfer the elos-; former
ing prayer. I peacefully for the greater
Railrouil Future uf (uliiuibus.
The people of Columbus are
also very mueli interested in tlie
construction of a railroad which
will protect our interest in the
trailing section south of us. as well
as to open lip new outlets in other
directions. There are very strong
influences at work to make eon
neclions with the Florida system 1 :l P a ' r 11 ^ ! )rose * lst8 ' ,ca *' "P *'* ,e
We learn from the Philadelphia
Frees that sugar has never heen
as cheap-In Ibis country or the
world as in the last eighteen
months, and the consumption in
the United States has advanced
from 03,0-17 ton.- a month in 1880
to 00,50! in 1SS4, or -13 per cent.,
while the population lias advanced
rowlh due to a
fall in prices ol one third, from
0.1 to cents a pound. Subse
quently then, where nine cents
were spent on a pound now nine
cents are spent on a pound anil
a half, and just as much money is
spent on sugar as ever.
A considerate tramp was en
countered a few days ago. He
promised to cut some wood in re
turn fora meal, but after eating he
looked at the wood and said: “La
dy, 1 don’t believe I coiil-1 cut
that satisfatory to you, anil I
would not like to make a bad job
of it. Good day.—Boston 1’ost.
Aaron Jones, of Lynchburg, has
posted a notice ol dissolution on
liis shop-door as follows: “The
partnership heretofore resisting
between me and Mosc is this day
dissolved. All parties indebted
to the concern will settle with me,
and all parties the concern is in
debted to will settle with Most-. *
“Her bands are a poem,” sings
a young man who is in love all
but liis ears. Wait till he gets
married, and if lie doesn't long for
pecially those who had joined un
I rMTKTtt 11 \ jure‘>1 is«l i eves, that were sharp, inquisitive, i tier his administration—freely cx
I1R. J. I>. liuYf., Ktinmbi. A hi. - ] penetrating; regular, pleasing fca-
DkakSik: I was m*vi*d*1v attacked witli . . , „ _
* * * '‘•'•'••not far from
“Here! VVliat arc you doing
pressed their wish that the “lay . with this, that and the other one,
•aeher” might continue to sub j““ any subject except the bur-1 olller ‘’‘-•fused to receive anythin,,. -
for the regular pastor, W Then he went to Mr.' bating he had sold the ground J -rtakin* of a slight lunch,
1 r'nmtibnll with what it might contain appar- " 1 A 0,1 j 010 me - l he tiauip po
0 f ent or concealed. ! responded.
whom such remarks
of roads at some point near Talla
liassec, by constructing a line of
railway from this i-ity via Ciitli
hert and Baiubridge. The peo
pie along the entire route are eq
ually anxious for this, and will
j aid such an enterprise to the ex
I lent of their ability. A large por-
| tion of the grading having already
Said the chief, looking at the
Finally matters settled into their j _
moved on Ior your pastor, this summer, one, “You have a son, and
Cutlibort, to l’liil-.
Tickets good to return un
til Nov.31st, 1884.
given to them as dowry.”
been done will materially lessen
the cost, and will be potent in lo
eating the road upon the line
No, I don't want any of your j formerly projected. It needs no
argument to show the necessity
“That's so; it is pretty tough ] of this line, and with the prospect
Y’onr wife must j Columbus and Albany road, we
t |i 0 ! villainous food.
! of your kitchen.
*. Dr. D. Hoyl or E.
l«K’k. Eufaula. Ala.
PROPOSED SAILIN3 DATES
1*01 slime. I«^l.
SAVANNAHTO NEW YORK.
Cent nil, or?)0 Meridian Time.
City of Augusta, sun. June 1. 1p. m.
4 'hattiilxKVfhee, Tiles. June •“*. -- ,H * }*• ,n -
Naewut'hee. Fri. June<*.1*- |
Tallahassee, s un. June s. -VU) a. in. i
4‘itv of Augusta. Toes. June 10. m. j
Oiattalioot liee. Eli. June l.T. o.:;oa. m. y KtJAL
NaetMwhec. Sun. June !•». lo..->oa. tn. 1
Tallahassee. Tues. June L. l-.-lO p- m.
« ity of Augusta. Fri. June HO. o.oU p. n .
< h:iJtah«H.ehce. Sun. J une *2*2. ”'-00 a. in.
Naeooeliee. Tms. June 21. T.*#o p. m.
Tallahassee. Fri. .1 une 27.0740 a. in.
l*itv of Augusta, Sun. J une 20, tu.;;oa. m.
one can take it. It is a certain cure.
E. C. BULLOCK,
Then he went to
reaching, j Campbell.
] “Y"our description,” he said, ,
( gentleman wbo substituted
otiier “Y'ou have a daughter; let
• , - ■ | , tiwin. be ni-irriufi *ind the t ri**i ^11 n* kind of Cmii ler. I just got il out ini’that pii ijeet, a nd a Iso
At the conclusion of the morn j though not without an occasional : t ,on °f a burglar who has opera I t“ em married ami tue treasure | b !
ing service—the onlv one for the ] disturbance such as the parish i toil in the Y\ cst, that I at once
j day—the pastor introduced him j had not known prior to the advent j 'naile
- - - | were identical
a panic was created in the place Pennell, ami learned the name of| “**« sl,oukl havc dismissed the : H , r" 1 ’’ I
bv the rumor that the bank had ! the clergyman by whose reeom- belies, and seized the treasure 8t l s tt n = , l'" etl .' f -n the step.
' - “Don t get excited, sir; don t
get excited. Think a minute.'
Aren't you mistaken in
me a hound?’’
beds, wash dishes and sew on but
tons, write us down ns a false
prophet and base deceiver.—Bur
lington Free Press.
Forty nine out of fifty unmar
ried school teachers, who recently
took up their abode in Washing
ton Territory, have resigned and
aeeepted—matrimony. There is
also a good show for the fiftieth,
although she is said to be mortal
J.i.g service- „.e omy ....u ,oi n.c , - .. _ ■ sa bf the chief 11 be ,Ioi “S lier own cooking now.” I are not without ho 1>e for a road to
i-i j,. o.iti. civ Bnii'nn r„„ *r j day—the pastor intiodueeil him had not known prior to the advent j made up mv mind that the two ’,,, | “U'b-ir’a tint
■ PrilS S Per Bottle, Ol Six BOttiOa fur -t5- , - , , I o were identical” | “would have been the decision in ** liat s that, jou
.. ,, , 1 to the more i.rominent members of Mr. Smith. ; aaamai ' i,„„~i9-> „..,.i ,i„ 1
C Bul -' 1 - 1 “Leaving von, I called on Mr. J our country?” hound?- exclaimed the angry, a Sun.
infernal the south of Columbus.—-JCnquir
with the remark—it soon became!
t | stereotyped:
Compound (Mnuluma Mixture for Fever j “^Ir. Smith will preach for
, ... .. while I am having the
and Disease, arising trom I»iii:ons De- j 0
raiigeim-nt eaused Ly Malaria, sueh as | which it appeal's to be
t hills,Fever. Billion's Fever. ct<\ It is , » .1 • » ... , - ,, , , .
put up in palatahie formthat any j to take, and I think you will have! rumor that proved true.
no reason to regret the temporary
, for the
vacation been burglarized to the amount of mendatinn Mr. Smith came liere. i 1
a To tins minister I immediately! “And does the
i wrote. The reply is"—reading a your country?
mv duty : nearly sixty thousand dollars-
Tiie day that this announce
ment was made Mr. Smith again
City of Savannah. Sat. J une 7. .i.oo p. in.
Juniata. Sat. June 1-4. 1U.3U a. in.
City of Savannah. Sat. June 21.4.80p. m.
Juniata, Sat. JtUic f JS, 10.80 a. in.
G. M. SOU RE LL. Afft-
sun shine in
sunl the cliii.f.
Does the rain fall there? Arc
j “‘C , New Y'okk, Oct. 2.18 ; there any cattle there which leed
Every one expressed his pleas : came to Brookville to obtain the]. ‘‘•PEAHSiR-In answer toyours. u|K,n herbs and green grass?”’
Wholesale & Retail Druggist. >"c at knowing that Mr. Pennell. ring, which lie had thought it! no one i,y the name of Thomasi
Despite the gloom of those who
had suffered by the burglary, they
were glad to see him. and, learn
ing his loss, were so sorry as to
almost forget their own.
“No, I’m not, and I’ll—”
“But, my dear sir, you are mis
Mem beetle Minis.
A German, fresh from the
“Fadcrland,” sat in front of the
,, hotel in Albany last Saturday
calling . , . , , . J
i night industriously iannmg ofi
j a swarm of hungry gnats which
seemed resolved to colonize his
Fools <*np Paper,
(Jilt Edged Paper.
Knveloi*os anti i'ens. at
et J. V. TOOMBS A BRO. S.
—Those Organs are beautiful
and cheap at
J. W. Stanford’s.
of every kind,size and style,cheap
cr than ever bell re, at
aio'Gtf J. YV. Stanford's.
Trasses, Surgical Instru
ments, Physicians* Supplies
On hand, or Ordered, if wanted, by
et .7. 1-. TOOMBS <£ BRO.
had concluded to
loubteii but that Mr. Smitii would while he was away,
Indeed, the new comer had al
ready done much toward sicuring
the favor of those who were to
constitute liis congregation
“What a fervent prayer!” “How
earnest he seems?” “He is dcs'.in-
I am no lic'ind; I'm a set-
face. The insects were the small
est of their tribe and evidently
rest; no one j best should remain in the safe imftif; neve’t'had astodent; n«7cr J “ Ah / *» ul t,le ^htef; "«t is 'V.,, ' , , . j the most familiar on a short ac-
w-rote to Brother Pennell. The »be sake of those innocent cattle » e „entlcman gazed at t,!C » flIlainUnee
evening before I left home, last i that the great Being permits tin-, 1 '™!' ■n admiraUon and mutter- Xile German showed all the aw
sun to shine, the rain to fall, and j | gressive and unwearying energy
the gia»s togrow in joui county. | i a j Tn lo tinisli his lunch.—Mer-1 which belongs to liis people. He
chant Traveler. I wiggled, lie fidgeted, worried anil
July, a young man in ail respects
like the one yoti describe, called
on me and asked innumerable
questions concerning Brother
Fennell—so many and so strange
Though the intrinsic value ofi that I wondered at^them. I in-
. - . , . w , tended to write Brother r. about
the l ing was considerable, I val-1 tliis man, but neglected it so long
ncil it chiefly because it had been J that I deemed it best not to write
“Will 3 011 come over to 1113'
house after 3011 git 3'cr dinner,
Jolinn3 ?” asked a smuil boy of a
at bottom prices, at
ALLISON & SIMPSON'S.
fruit K\TB tns.
Strawberry. Orange, Banana.
Pine Apple. Vanilla, and
ALLISON A- SIMPSON’S.
1 Apple and white
\ T l'orty and Fifty Cents Ter ttailoii,
It J. 1>. TOOMBS & BKO.’S.
the elderly people.
The maidens whispered to one
another, “Did you ever see sueh
side whiskers"’ “What magnifi
cent eyes he has!” “Isn’t he fine
1 looking!” and so on.
The next Sabbath the subject
of his discourse was: “I was a
stranger and j-e took me in.” As
a literarj- production it was mas
terly, aud it was delivered in a
manner that held the audience
When he descended from the
companion. “I guess not,
Johnnj - . “Whj- not?
might! handed down from one to another I il ' vollW >‘ av <-’ prevented the im- j moll,cr promised me ef I d wheel
... - - . r j position which has been practiced ; tlie babj- fer a iionr this mornin'
| upon an esteemed eo worker aud | she’d give me ail the pie I could
, squirmed and bounced and iioun-
, , ,, ; ceil and beat and battenl and flap-
the labor problem, we! , , „ , . 1
• solved onlv l.v the ! * ,e<1 aIUl an ‘ l at k ' :1 3 th -
The Labor Problem.
said i 'dunk it can be solved onlj- by the
1 , ■ i-i . , 1 a solemn spasm of indignation, ex
“Cause ■ use °‘ improved implements and 0
other like observations.
have been heard, sotto voce, from • generation,” lie said: “but my
loss does not deserve mention |,- IS people,
with that which some of j-ou have ] Yours respectfully,
experienced. Il docs make me “ -William Bl*ke.’ ”
feel a personal interest in the af-1 Mr. Campbell was too much as-
I fair”—this to tlie directors aud ; tonished to speak,
debitors—“and I would suggest j “Probably this man Smith—or
that jou at once telegraph to 1 whatever his name maj-he—learn-
New Y’ork for Mr. , one of 1 ing that j-our bank did an im
the most expert detectives in ! mouse business, resolved to bur
the personal superintendence of
the farmer. A merchant cannot
be successful in business who
eat for dinner, an’ I don't b'licve I® 3 '’ 09 his store to be run by liis
. ploded thus: “I pciieves dem lee
tie birds is mad mit me for coinin’
to tis tam country.”
! I’ll want to stir about much,
j You’d better bang ’round the side
gate about three o’clock an’ I
guess you kin get a job to run for
America. I regret nij- inaliilitj-
to remain and learn tlie result of
your investigation. If j-ou suc
ceed in recovering tlie stolen
gianze it long ago,” continued the
officer. “Jo&t how he chanced to
adopt tlie elcrie-al role I can cot
saj-; but. having determined upon
property, I shall appreciate your 1 jt, be could easily find the name of
Mabel’s mother noticed that
she was wandering from place to
place, looking for something verj-
intentlj-. “What’s tlie matter,
Mabel?” “Whj-, I’ve lost inj-
fink, and can’t ’member where 1
put uiv- fimble.
clerks: nor can the farmer be sue
cessful who does not superintend
liis labor. We are surprised that
labor is as good as it is under the
circumstances. Too often tlie ne
gro is told to go and perform a
certain job of work without anj-
definite instructions, or even ade
quate tools. We notice those
who complain most of labor are
those who paj- the least attention
to it in the waj- of..superinten
dence.— Americas ItecapOer.
Miss Nellie Arthur carries a
doll. When she was with her
father a few days ago at King
ston, New Y'orfc, a woman said:
-My goodness! whj- does that big
girl carry a doll?” An answer
was quickly given by another wo
man, who said: “Well, if the
Kingston girls would carry dolls
until they were a little older in
stead of running after the boys
before they get their short dress
es off, it would be much more to
The following was one of the
puzzles propounded at the Alpha
j Kapa Alpha club at tlie last meet
ing and was said to have been
used as s placard over the stove
at a railroad waiting room: “If
!J M T put: If B. putting:” See
who can solve it first.
A New I ork druggist received
an order Irom an Austin firm the
other day for a ton of snuff. It
seems that the wife of z prominent
citizen sneezed so hard that she
dislocated her jaw, and now there
is a run of married men on that
drug store where she got the snuff.
During the recent earthquake
one man died of fl ight, the shock
cured one man’s lame back, recon
ciled two families who had been at
enmity for years, and interrupted
several interesting games of pol
An exchange says a man begins
to occupy a half seat when lie gets
married. This is? true, and after
the first babj- comes lie liegius to
occupy half of the outside bed rail.
John Derringer, of Fhilndelphia,
has become insane because his
wife disappointed him bj-present
ing him with girls when his heart
was set on a liny.
Here is an old joke rev iveil by a
5>t. Paul paper: “There is one
town in Connecticut that will
never get the measles. It’s Had-
A while deer was killed in Flor
ida one daj- last week.