THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA, GA, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24 - SIXTEEN PAGES
annoying to tou why do you ssek my society?
You cm find plenty of girl* who hi
bettor advantages. Am I to *???*
??f Sarah V. Hobart.
ICopyrlfhted 1885 J
???Five and four are nine and eight are
eighteen/??? counted K itty abstractedly, m the
eet the hot pics on the broad pantry shelf.
A Jow, sarcastic Jangh came from the depths
of the great arm chair, where Hess Chamber
lain wu lounging with a newspaper in bis
"Won???t yon send me a copy of your new
arithmetic when you publish it, Kitty???? he
naked in a bantering tone. "That will do to
go with the spectroscopic tiews you told about
"Well, 1 wasn???t the one who spoke of Dr.
Jlolmea at the author of the ???Biglow Papers/
anyway,??? retorted Kitty, taunted beyond en
durance. ??????Boss Chamberlain, I (or one shall
be heartily glad when your vacation is over.???
Boh threw down hie paper, straightened
himself up and bent a pair or keen, black eyes
searching]/ upon her.
???You don't mean that, Kitty????
???But 1 do/* answered the girl passionately,
???1 have never known so unhappy a time as
these last six weeks. If my ignorance is so
t society 7
... _ blame that my
life must bo spent in the kitchen instead of the
schoolroom wncro 1 would like to be? 1 am
doing my duty; I please father end
the boys and that is sufficient You presume
too much on our friendship, Mr, Chamberlain,
when you take it upon yourself to tutor end
criticise mo in that contemptuous fashion. You
are at liberty to go where your flue sensibili
ties will not receive such shocks/??? and Kitty
took upher egg-beater and sMacked the inno*
cent yolks with an energy wbbh threatened
to dsmoltsh them.
???You'll be sorry for this before the week is
out. Kilty Payne, and when you want me
back just remember that you sent me away."
1 ho yout <r man rose to his feet, put on his nut
and overcoat, and stalked down the path, the
pcrionffiretfon of offended dfgnity.
Kitty???s lip fjuiv*red as she sew the tali form
moving itttdily along between tho rows ol
leaflets lilacs without one repentant backward
glanco- Already her heart was looging for
reconciliation, but pride forbade hor to recall
???He will come tomorrow/???she said with a
sigh. ???Ho will not fail to eat his Thanksgiv*
ing dlnntr with us; it wouldn't be Thanksgiv
ing without Boss.??? Bhe wiped away her
tears and turned again hopefully to her work.
Jt hid been a wearisome,trying day; out*
side a gray mass of clouds hung gloomily over
the blnil's, and the keen winds sweeping across
the prairie now sad then whitened the hol
lows with sudden flurrica of enow. There had
been an extra amount of work to do in prepa
ration for Thansgiving, which was always cel
ebrated by the Payne family in royal style,
en innumerable army ol uncles, aunts and
cousins responding gladly to the annual sum
mons to the capacious homestead. Kitty had
risen unrefrcibedfrotn disturbed end troubled
It began directly after breakfast, while she
res rolling out the flaky cruts for her pump*
kin pics. Aunt Babrlna, who had lately be
come a member of the family, waa washing
dishes at the sink opposite, giving voles now
end then to an ejaculation which Kitty had
learned to intornrat aa the signal of a coming
storm. In the few months during whloh her
aunt had been her companion the girl had
learned to dread her relative'* sharp tongue
???nd shrank from imparting her confidences to
???What's that Chamberlain fellow hanging
'round here lor all the Ume???? sho deuaandod
_____ .. but beat
her head a HUle lower over her work, es with
quick, deft fingers she filled the tins for the
Aunt Sabrine'a keen eye* were fixed pUileee-
Jy upon her, end she saw that the shot had
???Now, it???s easy andugh to see," she went on,
flearlahing her dish cloth by way of emphasis,
???that he feels himself a heapabofo you. ile???e
always twitting you with yourcountrified ways
and with hie being educated, which the laud
knows, you ain't. I attended select
school myself when I wu a girl, and cau
tell a scholar as well u the next one. But
that don???t make it that you ain???t too good (or
him the beet day he ever saw, and hero he is
morning, neon sad night, all over the house
horn garret to oeller, helping himself to fried
cakes and cookies in tho pantry, like one of
the family, and sitting right down hero in the
kitchen to bother, no matter how busy we are.
And tho neighbors tell mo It???s bun going on
a penitent little note in Kilty???* cl ear cblrog-
*;*&ut the note did not come; Kitty was too
deeply hurt to proffer any flng of truco. Bhe
went from room to room putting the curtains
into more graceful folds, rearranging the
becks and trifles on the mantel and tables,
snd filling the great blue vases with muses of
iccwy chrysanthemums. All the while she
was listening and waiting for the advent of
her lover and n chance step upon the walk
lent tho blood surging to her cheek.
The evening caineat lut. Ross had not
come, be would never eome again something
inifi htr. and coiner to her room she gave her-
_ r ___ . _ Jtoss had
esrtd* if there ha
of the old love re
with her before this anxious for reconciliation,
faking (he blame upon bimself in bit old
frank, generous way. No, it wu as the neigh
bors said, another had supplanted her in nis
regard, if indeed he had ever cared for her as
i be had ro fondly imagined.
???Here's a letter for you, Kitty,??? celled
Aunt Babrina up the stairway. ???Its from
Chicago, and must be something pretty im
portant, I gmss, for its got two stamps on it.
Bead it quick, and let us know who its
Bhe took the letter, thankful for tho dim
light which concealed her tear-stained cheek*
and swollen eyes, and read u follows:
"-Ghicaoo, November 26,18-. ???My Dear Cousin
???I have been trying to think whom I could car
upon In the present emergence, and flndtba.
there Is n?? one but your own kind, helpful, chec -
foiielf. Your nerafstant refusals to visit mewl
not be accepted now, fori happen to know tb*
our ancient Aunt Bernina la at band to take you
place at the household helm. But to begin at t???. ???
_ had the 11
???loan wsrr.fc me that I ??? ,
several weeks, and the thought appaia me. _
J-si the fflicc tho livelong day, and tho lou
instil my lot fa unbearable. My only hop*
that yon wlil be mindful enough of your con*
duly to coroe, like the benlfloent fairy that >
???re, and invo me from dying of ennul.??? r
Here followed several pagea of family >
item ol ill matters in which tho reader ha <
Interest. The letter closed in this wise:
"Taking your assent for granted, line'
check to defray traveling expenses. Hover >
stout your wardrobe: there will bo time er.
for ti at afur you are here. Don't wait to
Lut telegraph me and start at ones.
Your ???flevtlonatn cousin,
M ied. e
in his best amfleieurely proceeded to th
house. Aunt Babrine, meager and belli
as ever, answered his knock.
???Is Kitty at homo???? he queried anx
something in the spinster???s appearance
r ???8bs went to Chiesgo this mornsng
0 o???elcek train," curtly answered Au
brine, watching with dolighted eyes II
of her communication.
???Kitty gone 1 and without consulUc
gasped Boss, forgetting himself in h^
???And why should she consult you?
his tormentor. ???What claim have
Kitty Payne, or what right to cor
Kosa grew pale; he drew himself u;
tilv. nnd, without deigning to answer,
Kitty???s address and beat a precipitate
lie went directly to his room, and ieat>
desk indited a manly and tender epiet
absent one, blaming himself severely
misunderstanding between them and
her the formal offer of his hand and hi
???Forget and forgive," he pleaded. '
my own heart at last, and it tells i-
without my little friondMd sweetheart
no happiness for me."
He folded tho letter end slipped It i
envelope. Tho entrance ol ayoungor
disturbed him and ho tossed it unad-
Into hit desk.
Had it but reached its destination, lb
ter with Ua freightage of love and pc
what a burden of pain and grief wool
been lifted from the young girl???s a
heart I How many years of hopeless
Ing off through the world in strange ways.
The plsco by the kitchen fire Is the woman'
place, and ene doeaen???t find anything belts
with all her seeking after grand things.
???You???d never know the white calf. It???s
grown tremendously, end Daisy???s colt is a
wender to the whole neighborhood. I???ve dried
piles of erabapplec and pumpkins, and we???ve
got the fattest gobbler for Thanksgiving you
ever saw. I do hope you???ll be home in time
to make the dongbnuta and pumpkin pin. I
won???t turn my band oyer to anybody making
pies, but your father???s got so notional. Noth*
ng tsites aa it used to when Kitty did tho
cooaing. For my part l*d be glad enough to
let you do the whole of it if you???d only come.
Your affectionate aunt,
???The sweet, safe corner of (be household
Arc behind the heads of children,??? quoted
Kitty with moist ltshes. ???I don't suppose
Aunt Sabrina dreams that aha is almost a jpoat,
but I will go borne.??? Then she turned the
sheet and read this postscript
???I most forgot to tell yon U
berlain la back here yisitlng. ___
Cbsmberlaina hare done remarkably well
since they moved to Dakota. Rosa is practicing
law in Yankton, end is looked upon as one
ot the rising men of the territory. That
Sullivan girl wu married lut month to a
Denver banker, so It seems Rocs didn???t want
her, after all. Maybe I wu a little hard on
him, Kitty, but I meant It all for your good.
Lou says bo???s grown to be the quietestTi
cmntftt fellow you ever saw, and that he's
n msdo the world, whatever his opinion
was four year* ago.???
???Don???t forget tho gray flannel for your
father's shirts, and if you can find a box of
Fyke???s Resistive* Liniment I wish youd bring
it. They say it's extra (or rheumatism."
Four days later in the great farmhouse
kitchen Kitty stood at tho long table making
pies. Aunt Babrinn stalked majestically back
and forth, arranging and rearranging the
pihsof cups and plblei in the old martial
way. Lifewua battle for Aunt Sabrins,
but she wielded her weapons with a brave,
undaunted heart, and this morning the ghost
"??? ~**y*d around the tbm lips and
uuwhine and cheer had como
In his easy cb'fcir almost forgot bis ailment3 as
with Kitty???s presence, and I he feeble father
he feasted hla eyes upon her bright, inspirlrg
A knock at the door end without a mo
ment???s warning Il:as Chamberlain stood in
their midst, llo bad grown thinner and paler
than of old; thcro were lines of caro upon his
face and a settled sadness in his dark eyes.
???1 have just ccmc from my father???s, Kitty,???
he began, breathlessly, ???where yesterday I
cane upon this letter written you four years
since, which through some unfortunate acci-
dent never reached its destination. I thought
J ???ou reorned to answer me and have livod a
0 - '
lonely, unhappy life, and you???oh, Kitty,what
savo you thought of me all these years? Can
not that sad mistake be rectified? Have you
grown so far away from me that all my love
cannot bring you back???? and scandalized
Aunt Sabrina with a hysterical] ejaculation
aped out tho room as Rom emboldened by tho
tears in tbo blue eyes lilted to his took the
aproned, flour besprinkled little figure iato his
Maybe its just as well," said Aunt Sabrina
meditatively, as sho piled ui> the pans on tho
broad shelf of the back porch. ???It ain???t every
woman that???s called to single bloasednoss and
Kitty always was a soft hearted little thing.
Now that Tom and Joe aro going to get mar
ried we should have to break up anyway. It???s
time lor this family to swarm, and it???s just ai
well for Kitty to bo the queen bee and t&ko
the lead. And just to think how it's como
about. Laws, ft???s most like ??? novel. Msybe
the folks that maka books don't lie about more
than half of it after all. What if By Prentiss
should come back after all these years???? Bhe
flung her apron over her head and with a hall
???igh went out to the barn in search of eggs Sjt
her fruit caks.
10 for the last five yean I How do you sup
pose it's going to end? Yeu can???t look me in
the lace, Kitty Payne,and sty ho???e ever asked
you to have him.???
No, Kitty could not; and the feint, sick
feeling her aunt???s words prodded paled her
lips Md drew dark circlet around ner eyas.
Fortunately the entrsaee of the young gentle*
man: In question spared her the nomination ef
replying, but she anew the evil day was only
postponed. Aunt Sabrina waa not to be bel
led when once started on e scent.
For the first time In her life her heart was
throbbing with indignation against Reas,
wbil* he, le illy ly iugoeok in the easy ehair,
waa inwardly wondering why it was that of
late be could never have Kitty a moment to
himself. He was very certain that
he should not be satisfied with
a wife whoce highest ambition
waa to excel in household duties even though
she were sweet and lovable ea Kitty Payee.
He hoped if heaver made up hie mind to
many her, which, indeed, waa extremely un
certain, he could teach her to dress a little
mere like other people, fibs wee always
neatly end tastefully attired, but his critioal
eye detected the absence of certain effects
which denoted that the fashion magaslnee
were infrequont visitants at the Payne
homestead. An elegant, stylish
wife would be m invaluable
help to e young lawyer starting out ou his
career. The ???Hannah Jane??? clement was
greatly overrated. Madge Sullivan, his sis
ter's Chicago friend, wee more to his tests.
Kitty mist be reminded of her little failings;
yet she was a dear good girl after all, and
Korn's face softened as he glanced toward htr.
She would not meet hie eyes; she wu trying
to steal her hcait against him. It wu so cruel,
so unmanly, urged pride, for him to piece her
5?? perplexing end humiliating a position.
He had men her devoted lover, her constant
.tl.nd.it fine lb.jw.ro childran Tb.r.wu
kot . pl.n lor hi. fulut.; . ta.p. ol hi. 111.
which he bid not confided io htr. H. hid
been faithful, tender and kind, bat h. hid
>i.T??r uked h??r in ??o mu, word, to b. hi.
Until the pool year aha ha.l never doubted
him; but ton th.vilt.te wu full ol rumon
recrcrnluf hi. mentions to Uidn Salliviu,
a Chicijro booty and b.ireu, hit titter'.
KfcH???l Iriend. Pittyiu* (luce. w.r?? cut
0]on L 'tty M ihcui.MjLhi.r01 friend, it
pirn, <,.* itnu.cMMSMDefs. 1 received
the lion', .'bin or her IwifiShMStont. BSo
felt thet the urn neglected, ind Aunt S.bri-
ti e mac touch bid lorn open . raw ind <iuiv-
Itou wiihe.1 hon'.**rd, moody ind indig*
Mut. llo bed beeu truled wilhgrond.ro-
.pelt, he n.cdititod, it he went iloug. Kitty
Wu tHumiuf i i.w in.I uucomibttibl. roll,
.td to putiih her for her lupertinonce, much
u hi enjoyed her cookery, he ihould itweot
almMit frem her Thiuk.civii'f dinner, unlaw
*h?? mode him i luitahl. ipoIoiT. Toil oven-
ing h. relieved hi. feeling. V duhing off
.ciu. tueulie veme, for which b ?? hid . ip*
Ul.nl, ud induing them in t' blink
vdoMluud them into hi. duk, fully p.r*
????*d Uu ik?? iut mcntUg wtmld Wto* ??*
Sheltered in th. grut biy nindo'
rocked ud lung; the golden curli ol th-
upon her lap blending aottly with h??r .
ol brown. J.ulled by tho tender m.lod ???
May bid driftedoirtodreimlind. Mr. 1;
out in tho eitUng-room lild down hi..
???To you know, Kuth, that your loud
i wonderful voice?" he used proi.
???There U not a finer contralto in tn.ci'
it. fortune in Itself snd must bo cuttiva
???nd good Mr. Mearne, whose tiro wu u .
plotely filled with th. thought for oth.re
ho forgot to think for htmielf, gay. hlmsc'
to plant md drums lor developing his yo
Irirnd's nisrvslous gilt, while Kitty, .11
Boiv th. Bup.ni. Aro Wi
Park???Strong Knooah to <
conreioiit, sang on In th. twilight.
I'r.ctir.1 Cousin Kuth esme to ths rue
Sho wrote to Aunt Sabrins snd Mr. I's}
letters which inspired them with her own i
thulium. ???Killy hail bun . good, hi
girl," her father uid. ???She bed ibithtul
ailed her dead mother???s pltre lormaay vest-
It wu only right and propor that .he shoal
have a chance for herself snd now that th
morlgagowas lifted from tho Ikrm, debt
R aid, hires ud gruorlei filled with a plant!-
???1 crop, ho could oully and gladly giv. her
the help iha needed.??? Aunt Sabrina wu <U*
lighted to take the rule ol the hounhold into
her own bind., ud th. boys war. willing to
mak. any sacrifice lor th. suUrwho bad bun
so gentle, patient ud sMtaurificla, with
them through waarisome years, ud so it wu
Kitty worked hud ud faith hilly. She
slmed to be an artist???not u utisu. oburv.
???nt, doolie, patient; diligent in suun and oat
of scuoi, no failure daunted har, no 1UCCMU9
denied her. lr htr heart wu uhlng with
hitler ptin, Uts secret was her own; it lone
times the memory of her iorcr???i sting
ing, mocking, sanulie words hums
Intolerable she dang herself into her work
With a passionate abandon which rooud at
one. the admiration and sympathy of har
tt.ch.rs. LlUlo May .ud Cyrw, th. bahtt.
ofth. He.rue homestead, hec.m. her com-
K ntoniud comforted. There wu truir,
tier .trtelion thu tho love of mu, she ar
gued with ull, and th. childra*. confidence
ud lovo soothtd ud inspired her,
Four yurs want byt yean ofuvu. labor
ud etiultn iludy. Kitty wu now . iuocbm*
tal teacher, n ttngif always In duutad in ooa*
cert rooms ud pulota, and the ludiag con
tralto in one of th. principal churchu. Lover,
sought her vainly; her Ufa wu given is har
art, she uid. In her aunt aoul aha knew
that her leva wu givu beyond recall. Bow
might prove IiKIum., wound her with cruel
worde, or the keener pain ot niter forgaUal-
near, but she could notohuga,
There had been muy brief viiitt to the old
home, thesannieat spot. In these busy yurt,
ud now u tbo Thsugiving Urn. drew nUr
tho wu promising henelfa generous vuetttn,
. fortnight ot nil and puo. beneath har Ik*
ther'a roof. A latter front Aunt Sabrins,
which came th. wash before tier departure,
added fervor to her reaolva.
???Dear nitc.Kitty,??? it ru, ???I a'pcul don???t
write very promptly, u you uyr-but whit
with the miking and churning apd looking af
ter Fraderiky???that Tanlihitilg.'. u the call,
beraelf, will bn the death of oil yet with her.
airs ud her nutioni, patting onion in tho.
pudding and cinnamon in tho potetou when
my bark is turned. Ske'e got to go and, oh,
Lord! sha'i lb. eeventh ainca Chrutmu. As
1 was saying, I have so much
to tee to, I don't find time to write.
I???m glad you???re coming boms to Thinkagiv
*??*??? Your lather'a kind of poorly, and aome*
bow nothing ealla him. He wanders iron a i
the hor-. picking up your hook, ud nation!
trem th. table, ud holding them u It th.y
were a part ol you, ud b. rite looking .1 your
B ctui. lor hoars ud navu apuking a word
uilc ia all well uoagk in ite plaea, hat I
tbiak your doty is at home, Kitty Payna. I
1 never did think much of n girl'll meander*
aih.it to Centra
__ _ 1, ..Onuh A Har <???.
j Fiam Ifcu Hew Yor^TiIbune. , r _ fW ^ _
" In tho Mscmsnt oYtho anvcal In Ceu*-i7i park
vatoxdMr morning a pofttble tluo waa
filled with steaming hot watrf. Tbs tub wssc lc(a
small spsxtmant. ths air of wnfoh was heaVtd by%
holler to a tropical temperature. Two Aroad*
shouldered keepers brought Into tbs room, under
the direction of Dr. Couklln, supsrlnloudsnt of
tho menagerie, ac<iu&ro wooden box with ft per
forated lid. llftviug reduoed the wator to blood
heat, one ol tho men opgnad the box and
disclosed what appeared a rata ot serpents
coiled on ths strew with I a. There ware two bo*
constrictors In the box, but In tbo confined spsca
there seemed to bo a dezotr, One of ths keepers,
alter a wavy movement, caught tits smaller of the
snakes hythsltck ol theucck below the head, and
lifted It frem the box, ths other keeper seising the
slimy body as It emerged and givlug It a twist as
,i!lt were a cow???s tall. The snake, which is ten
feet long, waa quickly placed In the warm water.
Tho one that remained In the box showed au In
clination to resist such unceremonious treatment.
Ho raised his brad above the lid of the box,
hti green eyes gleamed fiercely, sad his forked
tciiRne darted out In a threatening manner* But
In an ungarded me wank the snake was seised by
the hark ot tho neck and wm placed with his
esmpanton In the hath tnb. Ths larger snake Is
nearly fifteen UttlSig. and his hod/ la as thick
as a man's arm. ones in the water they soiled
arcundi*.hotter gliding to and Iro In perfect
ctntrnt Pr Coskltrg explained tut It Is neces
sary to civs the urpents a Lath ovary low days.
They bathe of their own aooora when In a cast,
but these bad barn boxed up to send sway. In
Th# Increase ct Iasaetty.
Bdton supports 800 insane, says Mr. T. B,
Sunburn, not 75 of whom will recover.
This is frightful I Insanity has increased
40 per cent in a deesde and most of the casos
are incurable. Whatever tho individual cauie
nosy be, the fact remains that uric acid blood
sets the brain on fire, destroys its tirades, and
then comes some form of fatal lunacy.
Nothing is so pliable ss a mind diseased.
Most brain troubles begin in the stomach ;thsn
if the blocd is filled with uric acid, caused by
failure of kidney action, aud the consequent
destruction of tne blood life???slbumen???jou
have the fuel and the flame and a brain in
full blaze as when oue raves, or in slow com
bustion, as in milder forms of insanity. Rev.
K. D. Hopkins, of 6t. Jobtsbury, Vt., a few
years ago was confined in an asylum. He took
a terrible cold while aiding in pulling out a
fire In a neighbor's burning house, and for
twenty- five years that cold was slowly filling
bis blood with uric acid, and finally tho dead
ly work was done. Tho case lookeJ hopeless,
but he happily uasd Warner's safe cure and
recovered. That was three years ago, and
having ridden his blood of all surplus uric
eoid, be has remained well until this day.
It is indeed a terrible thing to loss one's
mird, but it is a mors terrible thing to suffer
such a condition when it can be so easily pre
Au Old Citizen of Atlanta, Oa,
By the recommendation of Rev. C. C. Davis I
used Dr. Moxlry's Lemon Elixir for a severe case of
indJgcitlou, palpitation o! the heart'constipation
and bllouicess. I also coffered greatly with gravel
a: u u.'.ui ir.c.cj rummies, uuv
MozIeyV Lemon Elixir alone has made a perfect
cure cf all these diseases. My wife haa suffered
greatly with constipation and sick head
aches from which she could get no relief. The
LmouElIxls haa permanently cured her.
A. C. abkold. 22 Ella et., Atlanta Ga*
Lrinon Hot Drops.
Dm. H. XozLtY-Vear H!r: 1 have antlered Jot
five years with a revere cough and lung trouble
???aw ycur advertisement o( Lemon Hot Drops, and
procured a small bottle, having tried every
cough tjrrop aud lrsenge that I could hear of with
little benefit, I had small faith la It. To my aur-
the me of four small bottle* only. Mycoufh wasso
severe an to produce alight hemorrhage at tho time
I began to use it, and the relief waa so great and
so sudden tbit I shall every feel grateful to you
for this great medical discovery. Mr*. K. Sims
No 4 Orange atreot, Atlanta, Oa.
Mover Too Lsts to Mend.
When the system is so badlr run down that
it is like an old boot which has been balf-
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shabbinees goes hand-in-hand with physical
debility???then it might seem too lata to try
recuperation. No,sir! Notts long as you
get a bottle of Brown???s Iron Bitters at ths
druggist???s for juat one dollar.
Question for debating cluks-???0??n a man. while
asleep in the daytime, nave the nightmare*
In All Contagious sad Infections Diseases
Darby???s Prophylactic Fluid has been used
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ternal disinfectant, deodorizer and antUeptic.
The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims, says,
???I am convinced that Darby???s Prophylactic
Fluid is a most valuable disinfectant.?????? Its
presence in the sickroom is an absolute bless*
lDg * g
???In 81am tbe cats bare their tails banged." In
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Goughs sind Golds. Those who are suffering
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Brown???s Bronchial Tbochie. Bold only in boxes
Nervous Debilitated Bern,
Tou are allowed a free trial of thirty dayssftbi
ms of Dr. Dye???s Oelebrated Voltaic Ball with
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TO J0M HENSS5S8S
Cheerfulness is an excellent wearing quality. It
has been called the bright weather ol the hurt.
Gold Watches Given Away,
Luddtn & Bates Eoulhcru Music House, of 8a-
vsnnab, Gn , are actually giving away handsome
Gold Wtlcbes as a souvenir ol their removal to
their Jfsgr ifleent New Tcroplo o! Mu*ic,whlch Is
the largest now occupied by any Music House In
the United States. Read their startling advertise-
nit nt m this f*Mie, ana send your name aud al-
???-??? *---*?????? *-*??????????????? house *???
The last pitch-hole In life???s highwaj???the grave.
Holme' Sure Cura Mouth Wath and Dentifrice
Ilia 111. Breath.
Elephants aro just like man in one respect.
>rrcmr**tbey dead than people begin to ????
at 11,000, COO
"T A If US at
'IAN os at
ianos at (seoond band)
'JANOS at ( " " )
???KUANS for Church
JRQANH for Parlor
ORGANS for 121. SCO, 075, 988, to 9400.
at rna oxoroia xvsto stork.
A ff T^bit and O. D. Peass A
catalogues and prices,
tlantt, Gs. No. 18 Marietta
Mention this paper. scpS???wkly
G eorgia, fayette county-jane w.
Bright, wife ol W. J. Bright, has applied for
exemption ol personalty, and setting apart and
valuation of homestead, and I will pass upon the
same at ten o'clock, a m., on the 4th day of De
cember, 1885, at my office. This November 11th,
??? 888. D.M. FRANKLIN, Ordinary.
Nov 17 wky2t
CAPITAL PRIZE $150,000.
???W. do hereby oorllf. that xl npnrbo the nr
T??ngcmcnt?? for .11 tie Monthly Md Seal-Anna^
Drswlun ol Tho Loultl.n. SUM Lottery Oompa
ny, MdJIn panton muia(?? and control the Dr.w-
Inn themMlTM, Md that th. nm. or. conducted
with honeety, (.lmen, .nd In yood teltn toward
putlc* Md we Mthorfie the OompMy to SN
??? certificate,with almlic. of oar ricuttmaat-
on tbo borders ol slrt-iras ??nd re-
a.lnlri! In iho water lor koun. ItMMjjBM
imou, .nuki, itt-lf
hxi wtct.'Ti Md one of the
that he tout recelxcd in the
m'lopcu k*nd, ,r obMrxcd the
n???t tuna fee could .wMlow a
cre.t dlatcatton. It iUh tram the .octet u hot,
mUawini to Mmtt th.
menu time. It. M
tt. one that broke I]
He. to Mmlt th. load, led wilt ttretrh
tlmult. Mimient cteA rhh lutebo. U
tut broke (rum bli tage.ud mcapM mini
ue Ue ,ot Into tho Bote.
Uh old bulMin. and it wee
??? ??? ptor.d Mm
a Is where ho
S I too note to u. not collar, a Um. tt> P??*
t halontto, to one otthemnitrayot uni%r th.
. while b. wu In hiding.???
three mouth, before wa upland
?? >ln. TMt .ear yea cm man him tiwh
t too elete to th. hot beUat. A Urm, I
dee UloutUU *
build le a eu
He wu a J -
Ifiikc ,IlTO .Bli. se WI* tu aiuiug. , .
By thl. Uma the nun h.d nmalacd Ion.
taeutbln the watex. They wen cauyht i|U.
by the keepcie, tr.n.ferred to thabsnMd corned
with ueeiM duett bUukctt. The boi wtt then
rioted Md plamd neu & holler wh??a the
tatku could dry at ttlnia without danger <M ttk*
Th. ???PoM.m I. tup*.
Ftom th. Aikauu TutcIIot.
D. trmt'edunoom. u' d?? ???pamm Id rlpfo
BettM'n ??ny beriitmLjbmter'n??ny Itlpfo
Oh, iurucy ho
I nil. Mm In d. .tho. m' 1 .rabble, off bU h*u,
Take ???etc, Chilian. 1 oou"
Oh, leiui; M. ho, doM yet hnn
???so comlu' J
Oa, Ju iftcgy hi. low. data jsr hath
Dra.oh. slug terse bright star or
??? bluin' la do ??ouf,
au' ou. ting l??r de ???po??um ez ha
??._**??? It wrjermouf *
Decle lime Ug???r be ??m got a lender Rater,
Oh, Jtxungy ho.
An???be's g?? taiL l(bty uoul tur da jailor yam
Oh. Juraugy ho.
t *le i'*u au ??ilr rouu' as sop,
Oh. Juraugy ho.
Oh. JannyT hi. ho, dOM rw hnh
Oh, im^Uow.doM itthetti
D<D ???fn^i???u4r^. te, * ht,ut *'
toa Inter ycimout
Ccmc, *er haul out de r*u
to any person aflllctcd with
???go cf medicine. Hundred* pronounced hopcloss
have beeu cured. Head description of your cate,
with two letter (damps, and medicine will be sent
by return wall. wky&s
Koandnii* for Kheumntlsni (
Mmrt.. II. I???cck & Bon., of Strcotaboro, O.,
wrile to, Juno 5, 1882: ???Wliy do you not ad
vertise R08ADALIS for Inflammatory Rhou*
inatism? It is doing wonders hero in curing
the disease." Well, wc do advertise it to cure
Rheuninti??m, ns nny one can sec" by reading
our circultr. It is a splendid Blood Medicine
and it reaches the very root and seat of disease
by being couvcycd through the blood. Drugo
tuts, Lading physicians end citiaensof th
highest sending unite in commendation ol
ROB A DALIS.
Girls, ii dftlfret* way of
giving * y<
fresh Is tot
Revival of the easiness Outlook Southward.
Tbs business outlook [throughout the south
snd west is very bright; harvests have been
abundant, tho public health free from oven
ths ordinary* maladies, and prosperity hat
brought an increased patronage to the Louisi
ana state lottery on aoeonnt ot Ua wall sstab*
lished character for honest management, un
der ths sols direetion ol Generals G. T. Beau
drawing will cottier 8522,500 all over to hold-
i rs of ticks tt at $10 or fraction of tenths at 81
etch. All information can bo had of M. A.
Dauphin, New Orleans, Louisiana, on appli
A pair of suspenders??? A brace of hangmen.
An old physician, retired from practice,
having had placed in his hands by an East
India miftioiuiy ths formula of a simple veg
etable remedy for the speedy and permanent
curs ot consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also a
positive and radical curs for nervous debility
and all nervous ccmpUintt, after haring
tested its wondsrful curative powers in thou
sands of cases, has felt it his uuty to make it
known to his suffering fallows. Actuated by
this motivo and a desire to relieve human
suffering, l will send free of ctmrge to all who
desire it, this receipt in Gorman, French and
Bngltth, with full directions for preparing and
using. 6cnt by mail by addressing with
???tamp, naming this paper, W. A. Noyes, 149
Power???s block; Rochester, N. Y. sow
Over Halt a Million Distributed.
LVjniST 4 N^^T^TELOTTERYOO,
with a capll
waa mr.de a part of the prcn
adopted December 2d, A. D.
Its Grand Single Nun
>1 vind cha'itablo purposes???
.000.000-to which a reserve'
x voto ft* franchise
Single Number Drawings will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
187 th Grand Uonthly
EXTRA0RD1KAR7 SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWIN6
In th* Academy of Maslo, New Orleans,
Tuesday, December ISth, 1888*
Under the personal supervision and uumafomeut o
UVAMAAJ A. JUAUUt) 1#A *
Capital Prize $150,000.
CE???Tickets are Ten| Dollars only. HalvM
ii Two Dollaza. Tenths
Five Dollars. Fifths,
1 tar of raizxs.
1 Capital prise of
1 Grand prize of
1 Grand prise of
2 Largo prises of
4 Large prises of
20 Prises ol
2^279 Prises amounting to .1522.500
Application lor rates to dubs should be made
only tothsofllceof theOompanylnNewOrleap*-
... go me
by Xxpreas (sU sums ol 85 and upwards
.toniMTtuM, - A Bk
New Ou.m., la
Or H. A. DAUPHIN. .
Wuihlugfon, D. 0.
Hik. F. O. Money Onlen ptyabl. MffMAica
tMOtind Lotttn to
MW OBUtAHS NATIONAL BANK.
New OrlCMA LA,
LOUISIANA NATIONAL BANK
BTATI NATION ALBM^
QXBMANIA NAHONALBiSSk. '
New Orleans. La.
Ud eat sue
Fac-slmlls of Bottle.
A Cloud ot Witnesses.
In many instances ths opium eating habit
_a* been contracted through the u*c of nar-
retire, prescribed by physician* during sick
ness. Many remedies which cltioi to euro
coughs contain morphia or opium, and tt can
easily be understood what a bad effect they
must have ou children. Tbs new remedy???
Bed Star Cough Curs, is entirely free from
theta dangerous ingredients, and ths mate of
ttsttaony which has already been collected in
its Inver from all parts of the country is proof
of its wonderful parity and efficacy.
on tnc tasuel.
FOE 8ALE BY
???2 to tt ?? day cm
AN TED I tj??t!)Zu m o???,
food.. Salary *75 per Month Md Kx*
Canxoalnt outfit and Partien.
f V pehses. Canvaailng outfit and Parties
lan FRXX. STANDARD BILVER-WARB OoT,
WE WANT SALESMEN
aw* Will pay good salary aad all expenses.
Write for tern*, ???uting kzpcrlMe* m4 mUtt vanietL
SLOAN * CO., Muufoatarwa, >94 Omt|* BU, Ctecimol, oj
/111) TkQ???On. pock May IO U Horn, cart.,
W anted-an experonced, energetio
book agent to conduct a general agency in
Texas; address ???Publisher,??? Texarkana, Texas.
| Man*rcr, rain# CuUdlce, tu.ciu.??u,
t do'i't w.???ifte tlmo c.???inr;i.???int' l^rchcnp,'
M Inferior pictures, but send at once for
???nd double your profit*. Any one can tako orders. I
All yon have to do ta to show your samplea. rjjii
S BROBS OF YOUTH???THB EXCESSES Or MA.
???i two yean and oil ieiuol dUeuc. luccenfully
cated. Thirty yean experience. Comnltatlon
perronal or by mall free, Md ucrodly confidential.
Bra. Tucker a Halle, 0 Marl.tuat. Atlanta, Ua.
IIWI W!ia???| ija& ;ii*-1
??? (O)) ^o))
f| a DDQ New sample book containing 78
w21XV1/0. new cards and scrap pictures,^
cents. Ivy Card Co , Eoflcld.Ohlo. no^lQw.-ltn eoij
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If and town In Georgia. Salary or commlatton.
Address Charles D. Bather A Co., Atlanta, Ga.
???SHORT-HAND BY MAIL.
w-uoeuinruHnwMB Thormi^h Initrao*
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BIG OFFER Msaresasjl
^88 Pay 8t., N, T.
AUg 25 wky flit
tloai Low to ??bUln thoa and gil*
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mss^
angt-wky Tt sow
ATLANTA BRIDGE WORKS \
Ulxll Bnglua.r aod OontracUng A cat.
BKIDGES, KOOfS AND TURN-TABLES.
Iron Work for Building*, Jails. Etc. i
ffnhatrnctoK. and Foundation, a Specialty. I
SpeclOcatlona, Fiona Md animate. Furnished on ???
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Gate City National Bank ^
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THE UNITED STATES.
Capital and Surplus $300,000.
In oar oetly. Md nowUff e.
??? WME CEKjnFlOATES OF
)UR PER CENT INTEREST,
ky tt finoo
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