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WILSON, N. 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 1880
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I Ha UIKOn AflWanPG . laeanuereu out to the Johnson were oon covered up with
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iiUUC-rOX DENTIST. ,YI, r.,(.ntjS.V.i;K. .IdNK !.Ki:. 1
, tLc mule.
iiavore 1 to caress battt-r calico.
lhetra!i Mr l'reston
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THE NEWS IN A NUT SHELL
fjlll)AY 0CTOliElll5,lsS )' ll W'U cosi 1,!m j'ist $:.".0) to!wt;cn he annouce-1 hi ir.trt.tioa .f nboar etttM-:nirri-J
Now. crirU. I want to -at one uunl . P. T. Darmua. ihe ret howmto it
ThoreiK'ui !?(-'v-,,lv e:irs
repu:r the rcuf where lie e:it throuL. ; leaving tlic girl acc impnnicl him tu many uiiliaj.py inrria are m i lo. ; l''lUi"11 of ,hf Norfolk J'nnim i
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ihat mule runst .lie. ........ . . ' ' , .. . . , !' lec,;j "1. Ashev.l!..
. c ne ou a crowd tj !ie!p h:m toj hy tlo you tramp sroui.d, liuve wjk:i tl;e matter ; rr.h on without j are spe; kia in the first dMricl
! anuiui!fete the beast. ! you no li.ir.e?" once coi.si.lciii." wlm the pr-ct calls. ; Twu cottou" tuilU paij last yenr in
, A colorc-J man volant cerc-1 fj ' Yes, as to the houu. Hou't know the -etcrn-a tKti'o-of thi!l?vM j M..l-i. Ala.. viTi:Hn per cent on
;uetroy the male with a crow bar..- ! as the tramo'mr " Oettiu-.narrieT ou-ht n,- tokMi"" . CTl ,,nc'tea- tJrccraP.
So they let him into the stable an I
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:r Kotl.cn.S J('i.::rl'I No::k.:., Y..
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Just as it Happened.
Tom Tyrrol; sit di.wu, if yen jJcu-f ;
I wa.it t spt-ak U jmi sir,
I lii'l yuii '"(lrup'" cttic iH-n.ainc;
You ihu.r.-il all evfiiiii vi;h her,
I :i'.v th- sruiiii'j; ami llit-b'.ii4.
anxiotisiy awaitcil developments.
Pretty soon a sm.dl pic-eo of col
ored meat came flying through the
wiiiJow, and they knew that that
di'.sky child of ATnea had -one
incut his foietathers. 7'iien
"Why don't you quit'
great object ot a guts t-sistentv. 1 i j i. 1 Ud to cro, 3 this sca;ou and hat
1 o!ien thinlc, when I se3 yo.m lolks 1 put forth b!ovni!s for a third.
j so anxious to net in.ii rieT ti .v, if they , A colored vToman in Jasper ceunty,
'ot-11 look into the fu'.ure an-.l
!a.. recent' v pave I'irtli
u. ,,. .... . -nil i.oy. naisred. the new)y elect-
i ' ' :.d r.ouTiior in Maine w in Indiana
ow, on odc conuition; tnai vu uin-;:o., ucv not.in ki.ro.u 1':K a an-l , ,l!;nn'T thr cai.M.a -mi V.- Al-ir.i
will coiijont t'j be inv wi!'e, Mt-et ir.e not have courage to t..he vows liiat nrt- need be fell bce.T.ie of that rcnortod
liro'.vn suifsestea that, they arm them- ; lmder this tree four rears fiom to-' to last f.U death annuls tle:n. yellow fever death in New Orleans
Was ute in the 'on.A btvt-
: selves with gnus, and lire into thedav."
; baru. that they mn;ht kill tiifc mule in 1 '-i ,v';ll "
So they popped away at -niood-bve,
Tl.is Letliuii married is a
! piece ol business, any wav it c o
climbed the !'xi-,a. iJeeau?e si youn man di iw sa
1 black at Hot Snrinira Art ln-f
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Mile I the wan who intiuated that ho
No woniiu can f.jol me much.
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j I v mi tli" l-.ii:thi-:ii ilivci. nlufn tli'-l
. flfi.t h of :.te- i ii!!irieut f.r tli" lar.u'f s: .
f(.'-;n,i"t anl sail vesfcln. u un-'ii pa-.-,
Ml f.i. iliti.-. f..r cini'.'.iii-iiti the (icneral
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.. 1 ' liS'-r'. alv inef itt ea'li, o- zorU or i
" , . ,, j pro .!. .,i,1.t,.,I to h.- held, iiml that lip-l
''''I' ! pr,! f..f ii il:ut" .-ale i !ips,-il of 0:1 tin-
' ''' ' ' !';;-t f.. . .1 .1 nnrUet yu.'i 1 1 i - - pioei-cd - ;
h'-nt as lii-:t'-'l. In all (;:-. h.4 1 i-t '
.1.1 ' i-nlioll to ti.e :l in , : 1 1:, t-Hini; I
. hi, 'I vo"'!mr.' " ciin-'iiiiU'ins.
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AttOni'.y - at " La'', : ( ;i!.i Ni:'p;iinn la- ati'l a wi-ilJy 1
i Ni if jiu pap'r s. ut net.- ol i-i .,.,. ;upairoii
p s,.i-of, r':,r of ('out1.: ,,, :( 1. . Jm
and !i2 climbed the "M--u. iecau -e si youn-man unws a was a liar.- Ninetv-nine one hun.
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I'll.-wall.inaiid v.lii.'niiu', an- sur'i 111111 l )r a!,out an ho'ir, and then .lo'iii- .n(-o nd. was uo'ie. No correspjn- la-st horse, dresses we'l, am! i- v d cut is ol the men who witnessed tlio
An 1 I ksiow quite vH what they mean: . on looked through a knot-'.i.i.j and ideneo -k enniod ... i.Mivoon tl. areeal'o es-rort. it is no i-i-'u ihat he ""veibng of the K.n's Mountain Mon
discovered that they had ii 111,-d hi s I he mu.ly, linmlsome face of the ' W'J1 :-e a khi I considerate an-1 lov- "nent will vote fr Hancock.
ncwdo.bie phaeton with bullets and! tramp huug before the L'irl like a por-. In.and. You want to stu lv him ' jlf icr . '70
i,.n.i i. j . 1 , , .1 . ' i- . . . . endur-m Mane ck j letter oil South-
had k...e 1 hi, best dnvi.i" horse, but ,lr.ut. Deep, ear.icst eyes a merry 1":'1- temper, and ta.ve tune f cru daim.s. Ohio and Indiana voted
J lluit m ,!e li'l- j lauii aceompanied the tramp." . i,J ,lu 11 . Toesday.-- T'uekera mton :in near
i Col. Judkins then remarked if they j See:al w:-cks a'o the you mi lady ! Don't many i:i a hurry you w til 1 a'iuh was consutprd by lire last
! could setcfTa ke- of powder utuler .; visitcn her au:.l. ();;c evening last ; ';e time enough to repent, if you do. ! 7'L"k Mr; rcn J . Vlin. chief
..,,,...1, ii i ,1 . 1. 11 v 1 , t icierkintl.e Auditors oineo died U it
jheath the nu.le, the troub.e would WCek she sat under a tree in the yard , Never marry lor beauty or show. Ijttri.. j0 waH ' vctt - popular. His
i probably cease. j where tonr years ago she nodded over 1 uot lll:irry :l lu is very foul ol j fulK.T!d at the FirM Metlnxlist church
1 So Juilkinss tried to roll the ket; tin- 1 H i,uk. Decs buzzed around the ''"rsi's ; tley do hoL make very was largely attenJfd. Connecticut
der the animal. .mo hop sn-r-dn-dv i,-,r u I,,, nice husbands. 1 never see such a , voted Lv. week. No material t'ains.
Arthur C. Freeman,'
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VilLSJN COLLEGIATE SliiiARi:
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u., t " iU"M,',V .!.r,,-, J DiAFilONDS, WATCHES,
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I ... . h: 4:.-iM.-i ed..imvi.. .. a. I in ! M:liu St., Head Market Square,
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Wil.-on l'ui!-'i;it'' Institute
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'"An an'plr" Of emu-.-e she's an ane:
Ie -eon her and heard lcr sin.-.
I5nt men don't marry with a icl
At lea-t :i.s a eueial thinjr.
Ami beauty, find music, and love,
Are all just the silii.-st s'u'.V
If : ! ... ;aasi marry, a woman
I- j ist about ood enough.
And this au.irid,'1 Nettie Demaiue,
l-ul worth one dollar, I know
Not a d tlhir to ead he:- own
An I ull have a million or so,
AllV V 1.41 1 ic his 'I'IKj, Toll),
Any man level and cool,
Could that sh' after your jjuld,
Or ul.-e he's a lip'li iool!
'lb-i.-eted you-'" U'liat's that you jay?
Kf jeeted Tom Tyrrel! by Jove!
bt-jeeted a in i llion or more
To marry some fellow for love'.
Confound the saucy coquette!
hy Twin I sm really atnusul.
but. -ir, I can tell you, your father
Would nevei have Mavul 'refused.'"
itv the Kirl who:"Tlal"uc.,jf ho:;liS ll,e I5aIii;U
liaptist Assoc iation ha been chaueed
.1 ui vuuur, . lu ((.tK.r 27th. Kak-iirli fair next
i to trust suc'.t a man; so, girls, look ! week..-TIic fi.r. fair of the Ajc
He sails 1 over Brown's resider.ee j -Mill 0n the Floss" ; near her a tat- 111:111 buL 1 ' I
pi a uraeeiu 1 ami artistic style, that t.-r.-il o.u.v tf -,rt , a ,,1(,1. of marries you. tl. is a
won the plaudits of all the spectators. Melancholy." A bu.y drove u;
1 hen Johnson g-we up all attempts ;Unm ali 'hie 1 a:i 1 ebbed the fence, i 0111 1 combe tMid lilt County Agricultural
-Mr Dre'tou " ! Again, do not m urv a man who has ! '"-'eVv will he 1 c!d at lemoerancu
1 1 r i- 1 i'lall Orange, i i F. Igecumbe cotiuty.
Mbs Ibdand " a taste for strong drink of any kind. v ,7 ..... .... . ''
-01-s ivoiano. N. (.., on the l'.Hli ot ovoniber. 1
There was no indication of a tramp ! As Vul1 V:illie vour hie s happiness and I Vt to.or. the Caeudian weather prophet,
in the handsomdly dressed gentleman, j comlort. let such a man alcnr ; In iter I whose proplicsoes for 180 have boen
The (dear, eamelt li -ht snoweted in , ,lic t!,aI1 ljC lU'lJ fur u stldl ft per- ' " bjlfilleil. sa s we may look fur
lieu of the light kindled by Sutans , J it is a living deitli and
breath. Clapped lends, kisses, renew- : :irc putting your neck into a heavy
at tlislod'jintr the mule. and at the latest
reports the lively animal ha 1 demol
ished four mail boys and a yellow dog
The mule will prbably lecture.
A TRAMP'S ROMANCE.
About four years ago, !Mis.s Ivuma
Roland, of Galyeston, visit.il an aunt
in Warren county, Kentucky. It was
summer, seasi n warm, ami one even
ed vows. Jliat evening the bugiiy j
1 wctii to jxiwltiig liieeu. Aext morn 1
an eatiy winter, I lie colored
people ot Wilmington are building a
lu.tio.t cimrch. --Oiic Dakota far
mer has a I. eld containing thirty si
ing a IvippV couple left on the sou'h
west-bound train. TiicV are
cver marry a man who cannot 1 square mile- 01 wheat. .----'.Six hun-
govern his temper, lie is not safe, ; ir d Inishchi of wheat to the acre hare
ini'l...r ..t I. .inn .... ,.,,i.tr, .,,,1 1... Oeeu raise. I lnll.ain'C eonnle Vlori.li.
now ni i1-'1"" " r1"' " . : ,, . "
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' I 111', i iii. l.iivi, tlinl- it linii'i'lii
Sltlil'lLY A OA - S,J 1AR1A. double ee -old watel-.es fts low
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f- " ; ' " . !:-... 'in- I'1 -' 'V.-u.l.-, S!i,1 , , ,..vi,, ,.. Mi,..s.?-.o.i;
''- ,,,':,-',,-v lA'' '' V u .., plated M-l- for ladies ?i to $10, i
: I.v,.-. . I l.'ii - I.lh.a i N,. , t( ,
. d Kx-r.-:.. e. ; is I. ! ..n-. .1 j ' it ' '".ire but o:ne of lb., many imluee-j
()i,' 'v.'.-.tr: I"""-- . ,, ,;, Mn oil-riu- at mv new More. I
Aw ik;-: ex; ,o-. p-r ye:ir. Mu-:e. 1
t'4 t.:. t-n.i Iioni i.r.-t
'av . j -1 : i . ' n. 1 1 ! " t, TIiuiday in
Ju.i. '"! ' 'aialoue.
S II Ashl.l., A. M., Piineipal.
't!" tl Wiluii, N. C.
bumblebees buzzing around. A War
Wedding and llnanjemenl Rings
a'wtnjs on Jiiind,
j en:;ia in free ol charge.
' u , . . r i- m,,i jo.ir i W Mivs and jewelry ri jiain tl and war-
J. T. Y0UIVY & BfO. ' -nd tour orders torn" and tiny willbe
0..c oi" Johnson's children uscer-
! i roinptlv lilted
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MNE 'rMtdH, DIAMONDS, I
II.Wi.ld'Y. MbVliU U AKK. ! ,.f.-:3-
A. C. FIJKKMAN.
rialn bold jiflrv, IUiits Kids. VVM k WAIXW KKJILT !
Fojr.ciers of Brass nd iron, and !
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Lemon Tabourne, !
Tlio Old j;oli;:iUo Barber ;
at their old stand
W 1I.M)', N( ill ll CAKOblNA.
The idiosyneraeies of that gentle
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animal, tne iiiuif ate man.. o,u. ren county bumblebee will attract
JJut Johnson's speckled mule ! at.t0-iiioii anywhere, .lie can make
more eecentrictics than any ulhor ; yoU tbiuk ho" is t...;gm.g himself in
three I ever heard of. hairt ai)(l i0(Jking around he is
It was not beany. On the con-; RWay din5n,, l0 .. lLlslU.
trary, when Johnson got thai animal',., . ,
it looked as if it had been fed on .aw- Ylun' enonzlx about tie- bee. A
-lust and shoe pegs fur at least two foClatn) didn't arouse the young lnJy.
months previous. But it was active , . .. & that baid. -Can set" a
drink of water';" Two arms and the
chin of a tramp leaned on the fence.
ta'.ned this to Ids entire satisfaction. j,c wjis (i- ,,.- jn tran,.s rarl) a
He eadcavored to tuwt the quadruped's ' war,v i.,e at oncc describable and in-
tui' ; d:Leribab'.e. "X Bay, can I get tome
History fat's to transcribe ubet'aer , warv. ,
u: tot the tail was twisted, but the j -Yos," said the e;irl.
lad soon emerged from tlio btablc ia a .. Jt l g(j uroutl lhc g(vlc or ciimb
highly sensational manner, and bc" : ovcr tie ft.n(.ev"
trayed a strong inclinatic-n to bo down ,.,,olh if yot c!,00s0
for a while. Old Judge Be-Bcr came j ..Tult-S thc way like t ,,oar poo.
in the next day to see the mul. ; Q u. , gaid the lraiup limbing
He playfully tapped the n : over ami approaehintf.
"Now where's the water'.'''
. i i , , i , . ., , j I he rity stopping at the Grand (V,.. , v.ib uucp ou in to. ...outing lear all , Slll(l (1.
ing the gn 1 sat in the vard, hiof read- - 11 1 nr. ... l l , ;,.!. i, oie unless ne nas paid a atate of
. " ,,. , ' ,. Irak To-morrow thev will leuvt; fur ur lite ; and last.y gu Is do not marry co.1Ml t. m t f
ing and had regarding tne enormous T - ! a ,lia till you have known him a whole ! There are 17 codeges in tl.t United
GEN'. WEAVER A TRAITOR TO THE
That James 7J. Weaver, the Green
back candidate for I'rcsident. is a trai-
year, at tlie least ; ai d made him a
j b'u ly for six m uit hs, and do not be
1 afi aid of being an old mail! liotter
, keep single than be in unhappy wife.
There is a "lory tol l of a lady and
i.tlcman travelling together on an
tor to the (1 reenba.'k ease and bus i
been upon ihe stump in this canvass
nothing but a biril'ng ot the Uepubli- .
can National Committee, has long Knli-sh i a:!road. Tliey were stran
gers to each other. Suddenly the
gentleman said :
Madam. I will trtublo vou to look
States ftberc both fcexe are admitted
as students,.-yo.OUU voters belong
to Hancock club in New York city,
-Viic iiichmond Sintc, snya Virginia
will not be left out .n Ihu iUueock
electoral vo;, 'i.o how.'--Tho Phil
adelphia T'lurs says Ike bloody shirt
has gone to the wash at lat.-It is
ttiou!)t (iov, (.'ohjuitt was fleeted In
Coorgia. (Jrant has called his
vettraus vogethtr iu Indiana just bo
fore the elect:on. rut it wont. do. Too
late. All sucii rascally devices will
fni. There i a girl In Kraukford
Ky., who has Invented a way to util
ize the luovementH or a wouiau's. cbia
so n to make it run a letting machine
ami she will bo looked upon at greater
v., r! i . , ; " v i , ' '' "M I Mannfaeture and keep on hand any, ami
(r i- an 1 f...!;;. ,-
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lare-t stock i f
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j; n ij s
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b.i auvm.i:. u ,
1 M PLEMJiNTS!
A L 1 : .
; t''1' sta'o for the Farm, made of the be- !
I hn" for 'lie '-'-eii.il ami hy .-.killed workman. i
u-.i .i, ;--r.r j
All pods wiirrauted to gi'.e .t.-il i-faetioii
6 I if.
Bivr ?lv v A ,; N T
V, . Ts...
bewid eoinj are price- ult'i any lirt
!:. hoii-e. l i.v j..-it r-i : :I go :e. eived a' the
' ha;.i' ,.f ih,. fririiii-rs .Hid t ! ie 1 1 I le i 1 1 and
V' V " c r i. " : ' s ' h-.'.-irs u out in th"w. for
'v A 1 D- hi.h w- iriuru our -ineere think-: a!,d
, ' ' ' "'"v. '" I '.U' will merit" a eoutiu uar.ee ot' tlio
FARMER & WA1NW UIOI1T,
To Make Money
I the back with his cane. Three doctors
j arc trying - !' 11 P xl)H ,l)0
jJutlgesays Joluir.on is .in, inhuman
i wretch, utterly devoid of all moral
j principle, nud that be utiIiL to be
! Major Smith also came in and
proceeded to examine the beast s
! hind feet to see if thev were in a
healthy condition. He sawed ainily
through the side of the barn, carrying
with him, seven boards.
He says thai that man Johnson is
a v.le miscreant, unworthy of life and
should be hung.
The next day, lli4 mule introduced
one of h;e holla to the mouth of Vil
lie.tii Jjnc?, which resulted in 'Wil
liam's involuntarily swallowing eight
of his teeth. Then Jones borrowed a
towel, tneanlered home remarking
-I'll bring iV
"Vou had belter bring the well, for
Tin dryer than a barrel of brom phite.'
The gbd went to th-i house and re
turned with a bucket ol" water. When
the man had finished drinking she did
not think he had exaggerated hi
comparson had been inadequate.
'What book are you reading.'"'
Mi.', on v..e Kluss."
Overated. I never likjd it. All
been evident to every man of political
intelligence hi the country. No proofs
ncyond his public course were needed
to establish the fact. Still, tlio letter
of Dr. L'jm. the Assistant Secretary
of the Greenback National Commit! cc.
given in part in our telegraphic
columns today, is interesting. Dr.
hum's evidence and strictures, addrc ,-s
ed to thc chairman o! the corncllee, j jn :l s'l0rt. time he said : great focus of lhc on test if they ex-
('ongressman Mtirch. of Maine, who-e ; Now, madam, my change is comple- lK'ct 10 win.'--'I'he Wcldc7ti AVrc
defeat Weuvci sought to accomplish ! ted, and you niay rc,ume your omi I : 'Near Kil.piick in Weconibe
by his visit to that state before the j s,v I " l'Tl Mn
J i sta . 1 kins tv:i.s burnt i n hatiirnay, tho llltb
election there, will open thc eyes of Jf hen thc lady turned she beheld j ind, Mr. Jenkins had len bales of
such members o! Greenback party . her mate companion transfinned int.- ! cotton in the honie, all of which was
as have heretofore been deluded bv 1 a dashi.i" ladv with a veil ovoi her i ,ies-"!'-'k The lire wtw iocemliair.
out of the window for a few minutes; than V. Ii'sod, --Tbo Jftw ; Torft
I am goin-tj make eome chanpes iu HvnM say i -Jn popular tftlaatioa
my wearing apparel. " l,!e VU,C 0,i N7 Vork . ter.lilfto
". . . , , , -,, , ho i.s lo bu tho next .President, aod
C'erta.tdy, sir, she replied, Willi great f , , '
-tl:P ll OOK iCm f to I", in nnl l An mt vi,..ln.
! I'olilC!,css' riiin" and ll,nihl- Ur l,utk proves that the sp,wlCr. of '(larfieM
"!" '-tir. j will have a hard battle to fight in this
if his man Weaver is a native and
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We have on hau l a '".vg; an 1 well e
: r.n 1'T a i l i iruuii r Furui
"! ' 1 ' are e, ei-i.e-.l ! y ivceix io.g; additioii
e ! iN, ( ;.n "ttv..:va 1- ai-.d iv.attre-e
F.e:;.:.. :';a;:i - ml line and plef.ri-s in
-leal :i!!t t. ,-,eap.
b'p'iie.g neatly aid p: ut.-. dene
a- 1 ..: if i -ti oi e-.i-u-antc-- 1.
o..v. a. i i iu. -r .ill:.- hurial ts fr.uii
eh, np.'-t to tiie beM hlull.e I c;i-.
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-Woi ef M,.;;., ;
law; .-,:,! "...t . tr
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v . ' '; - I .iii.t.ri. , , ,
. ."; ' ' r t-'-e r Ii. I" d-u..in.l,-d r, ' i "," . Ihe tax i"oks f r the ar 1 ss'.l ar-now
"j""'- " " t' '' mv ha .U for eoil-et i ,.n. a id tax p i i i
" 1 An-.;.( -.7i;.. si :1!v r.-.j iv.'ol to ciil at my otiiie i,i ti,.
n. ' . 'i ...iii uousr Him -vino in. lax-.-s a .-uon
that, as soon as possible, be was com
ing around to bang the whole bend oil'
Johnson with a club, 'then Johnson
looked up at the barn, and rrv: t'. .c
mo'o's f--d in on a savr-shovel.
through the open windo.r. Then he
went down to the newspaper cfnee.
an 1 had inserted the following adver
Fot; Sm.v.. A good gentle rvi'c,
never kicks. Apply to W. Johnson.
When be i cached home, he found
thai the i.-ivj had kicked a lumber
vagon into kiadliag wood, and was
still i.i gooJ kicking order.
Thc next day a man came up t0
look ut the mule with the vle.v to buj-
bam Shieids, a coloiud man, who had
a f:l 1 1 1 f. " f llll wiltl Mr .Tun Lion t i a nr.
Now. sir, or ma-1 oil, whichever you r,,.f.. " fcll ...i,.;,. 'r t,,,;,.,,' i,
long time resident of Dayton, ().. and a ' like, said the lady, I must trouble y.m 1 trd the act. He acknowlcr) cd that ho
In fact, she did ot think his i eousiu of James A. (Varfiel 1, He is a r loo'i out the window for I aU have j 'id it. He was cnt to jail. Two oth-
ltepublican tlisguised as a Greenba.'k- some changes to make in my r.p,,.uel. tr i, are imp.icati-1 by fshielde
i .i i I, i i , - i . i" . i i oi Ii;hc .iiIcvu.'i and they a."t aUo
er and nothing ls. lie has been a, Ccrta.nly, maoani, an l the gentle-;, , , ... 3 "J
Uepubli'.'an otlioeliolder under the man i.i lady's at'.ire immediately com-I
State government of Iowa, when: lie plied. .- , .
drptb or no depth, I don't know which, j now resides, and was for six years and Now tir. you may resume yo.tr own , AN OLD DARKEY'S CUTENESS.
The novelist h.-s tried to write a story j until the rSioe was abolished Assessor seat.
without a well def;ned plol, an-1 has ! of Internal le'-enu;-s lor tup hrst lis lo his great ;.urpnso, on rcs-imng A.i important ci-e wat tfied before
ids seat, the gentleman ia femab att;re thc criminal court of th j District of
found his lady c oipanion trar.s'o: mod Columbia. An old colored man wa
:i. to a man. He laughed loudly and ' on 'he itries tan 1. The district at
-aid: torney i:.terroraircl the witness : IHiat
It appears that we are both anxious h your name? 'John JoncV uah. '
to avoid recogr.ition. What have you 'Are you thc Joha Jones who was sent
done? 1 have robbed a bank. i to thc Albany Penitentiary for larccuyf
And I, -ai i the whilom lady, as he , 'So, sah not this John.' Are you
b x'.trior.sly f.ttered bis comjaa iiou's the John Jones who was fcnt to tho
wrists with a pair of handrrJ"-. -am ; di-'ritl jail for assan'.t? 'No. ' salj
D'etcetive J . of S cot b rid Yard, nr t thi John,' 'Are vou tho John
T!.-j V. ihr.ing'.or. .V'-o says : 'A num
ber of Southern Uepubli :a:is, anion:
' '''! eiiM-Cou-t. 'l-""'llt-fA
'm Attorney rcrPrV, ,,,,,.. tt K'
WiNsji.ah. Shi i hi
iinju count v.
fad-d. GoUbsii-i.th's sutci s. as phdlo--! tr:ei Oi Iowa nm.er the J.eptu.ican
and charming writer was a bad exam- i federal administration.
'Vou shouM-i't tear my favorite """ "
book to pieces. I like George Kliot. !
and all her works. j
-Yen don't like 'Mil! en the Floss.' i
Yo-.: ':.... c leeii redding over it for the 1
hist L-.i'.f an hour. Youor.lv pre'endtoi
read it, because you imagine that in i
doing so vou develop a literary taste."
' I think, sir. mv.i are impudent.' i
Here's a book you should read,"
r.vJ the tramp took from bis ragged,
c ,.r( a tattere 1 c ;V of "Burton's ;
Anatomy of Jelaehely. ' Dr. John
son sail thct this book was the only
work that could induce him to get out ;
of led livrniegs sooner I'nn tbe regu-
!nr time oi i ismg.
"A id t! ai's why yo't l.ke it.
ed the girl, taking the bxk.
.I.i'i.-.n bad nol male that
you would not i.ml the work so inter
estirg." That's all right. Give me some
j rnore wa tt r."
the con versa' ion was j-ur;'cd untdl
I'i.oI, Ibjv. Solmnor. Pool, doh:i "i'yl. r,
Wir.. A. Guthrie a..d Daniel Coleman,
h.ive i-ssucd an a 1 ire--, demanding the
election ot tVen. llan-joek. The ad-
Irc-s is endorsed by ex- Iu Iga Hodman,
Judge George U". Iboc k- an 1 Ch ri. -S.Yirste:vl
all North C-rol'm'ar.".
Thev say am mg many other rotic a
b!e things : Je eoi.ti U-iit'.y be'k-ve
that Hai.cjck's flection to the 1 'resi
dency, is the safest and sure-si m'-an
of removing ail remaining o'ostructioni
u:i 1 in female artl have sha I j-.ved
yc-i lor two days ; now, drawing a re
volver, keep y'.M.
Jonei w!io was convicted of arson and
to the P. i!t; more Penitentiary?
No, s ih.' Tired of afckmj fruitlesi
questions, the district attoriey stKlden
ly put a leading one. 'Hare you ever
been iu the penitentiary? Ve, 8ah
Ail eyes ntr now turnel upon the
wit HiH district atiornpv rd!ed
He looked at Lim and was brought
out on a shutter.
He says that, when he recovrs he
shall cme around ar.d send Johnson
i -.1I -.-1 . .,. i- i . t
into nereaiter wi;:i norse r:tc?i. i tt-j i...t:ic.. onto. 1 .e o inanl w :. e:-i .nmc-i : -wv
Joliuson held to the mule, how- . , ,-r, i ... i d.f-r'.-d v- il: i- m mv v
l'o fnin acccptc I an invitation to die has Lct.i a u-.Hr.'.u v.a.ii, can m)
DJionsnighthccaxc home -lightly' supper. His ideas of Burton and jrer.Jily be b-aved.
He va a simple - n.ir. "c 1 oM rmn.
.r.d p:i'K- ia! witness in an aggravated
assault c a-.;. After t!:a trial was over
!;r was paid his witnes- fee. ?!.... He . (mplacer.tlv, and resumed : How many
in tho penitenti-
Wherer 'In Ual-
irtTj" were von
confidence between the -ecttut.s of the G:ilvf.,.on a:ul !jare a Jar-e family on thc-re the first timet 'About two hours.
co.i..try and anion? u clasps of t'-' !nv !ir4Vt,; Wf 11, whit have I got U sdi 'H.w long the seuJ tiiac? ftsked
i"''l'!"-'' tb, wiili that?' 'I only v.ar.te 1 to sfly.t'j.j attorney, rather tret fallen. 'An
.. r .,, r ,s ..-.rA 4 ....... i -r went lucre to wnitacasli
-. - in .i nL.ii iM.t mi in ,ui . -
remark- ,lu l!'1' l,(rfk'ct a!''1 l-a:e(ul esta,... .,rc ! .roat delight in receiving times have v cu teen it
-It pufrecotilwnuioa ine oas , lh... nKj:H.Vf r.r4 , a 1 Jrcssed the judge.; aryV -Twice, sab." -1
remark. ; of fr eedom an 1 pobt.cal c-qua.Ay and .y,ur t!iU5f , ata an oM citiea of tin.-re, iah 'How
p.cas throw it m a i
i II for a lawyer who had robbed hi
ay. Every litl'.cLclps, yo-i e'ient.' 1 J.e a.ton.ey sat Mown, aml t
kP.(jW; i ihe la-.'Meroi tie: pf ti i'.or.