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A Democratic Newspaper.
khcd every Friday iu LoVurg.
KATES OF 'rCBSCBIPTION,.
- 6 Month
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FT TBRM CASU 1H aBVASCE.
RATES OF ADVERTISING,
(tO l4in onuu5inrcTE ajqvuk)
One Square one Insertion ...tlCO '
One Eah anbiient Insertion. &3
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! LOTngfitiEG. N. C : JirARY, 3, 4 1 873.
' Coatract for hrjcr space ta ta liberal
t r.n. . .i i
year ii tomg- let ana fc'
,?, out tae faie. t i die true
- Art the etief tUri fc-P the mind' ,
,,ul the lend lMlJa" '
Oar next visit was to a bouse where
lie introduced Te as a gentleman con-
nected with the press. j
; I W&reupon the young; ladtS ore'
i i -. ; .
do you suppose :wouia wr
able effect in the proposition toenfrah:
chise women In the United States?;,
One of the ladies who wore ; ; ;a panr.
of spectacles sarcastically wicuomau
. - - -
.hig i leurc
o all muakind.
lKtit lour lucUes d su on t'le lool
( tfci ell. and our window looked ut
oirfo'it. and- it jwaa ir.-rtf hard.-: A
eonjdc-'oi tomcats U-.ia p--ibl .0-4
111 bt hl?c bv-enf .(: f - 7s s 4
were H.mitd on Use caim y iu Jiu:
Apii!, aou; midnight, ,b a:r on ihe
truck btcomesTcrj keen rnd catipp.
n,i iIihT tide it ii warm ard stil1. Ev-
prj watchman, when Ve ffiU this a)r
s:cjs offthc Uikk and Mts (Iowa to
watch. Soon afar the pilot engine
iZu am-leju.fbrnwb. Frty strife,
in iliellpr woue
'It,,. , ...iii.Mi.v. nuier lawn.
1 vvv'" it
iU'ini. the crre. the fin,
V-ft. tecuWa or the t.m;-S
Ui.t rin fae fuller inhi.el iu.
crt.t f;.l-c piMe.'ln ptoce ard blood,
? civic rndci-and fae :iw;
.., ia tl.e love li-uth ad igat,
I'ou , i ui'veotauK n love or good.
h, out the olu a'hapo of foul f
fax ut the iwr.owinS Iwt wf KW;
lui. ontthe lhoind wrw tf old.
in tlitvMiautmiin nud tree .i
laeVrterbnirl.tlie k.iidl.er .iand
.i 'utld'.orthe land; i .
' 1 n t...- 1 tiki ka
1 i.i" in i arwiiiM ir" ;
" m r- '
M 11; Editou: -Smith Insisted that
1 should'go arouna an "'u,
Kcw Year's calls with him.' ;
Ho I went. '' ' , . '
Smith made an ass of ' himself, aa
Vi.siial. 1 ' . ..'.!' '
lie Vai fixed up in a manner so aD-
ins one. of his peculiar conversations.
'tpaiiid attention till he-bad 'feot
himself miied up m aome infernal
scientific problem. As well as I could
make out he was trying to demons
trate the beauties of C Mr. Darwirfs
theory! of enthnologicl origin and
a nice fist he was making of it
So jou see," he was saying, "there
can be no doubt of it ; your- ancesters
belonged to one of the simian groups,
came under the head of quadmmanous
mammals you know.
" Quadrumanous mammals. Don't
you know? The original monkey fam-
iiy." ;-'r .
Perhaps it was because Smith was
w oVicrbtlv acquainted with them
that the young ladies got so mad, but
at any rate, the way they glared at him
was absolutely fearful.
"My pretty chimpanzee,' said he,
playfully, to one of them, and he was
about to follow it with something else,
.1 1 :u . v.nf mri w inn we were
outeidej to d him that I could notcu -. i. j wtI
around with him any more, migh y good aotion to lo it.' I hoed
He demanded to know why. bc mi rUt tr; it but I was atraid he
'Because," I said, "yourV themot woul u F.ually I did get hi am"
unanimous ass that ever brayed, f bitit n up, and he raised the wiadaw
He dosnt often lose his teinperwith anadimbjd oat on 'that icy root with
v..a1ltW He commenced nathinsr on bat his socks aad a very
wis ill 1, in. m. la
; ) I The Futare Pio Of Cua
It is nccdles to fay that while the
average f cott an may be larger this,
thau la?t year, still with all the infor
mation wc cau gather .relative toj
crop, vo do rot believe it, will exceed
threc-and a half millions of Jles. f ;
If thia be so, then cotton should sell
moon, and the muic secmt to UbgSras 1 f0r twentyfive cents per pound, for. of
if frozen with horror. A Sew moments
af.er and the phantom train glides by
Flags and streamers hang about. The
track ahead seems covered with black
carpet, and the wheels are draped with
the same. The coffin of the murdered
1 - v . C ' i' .
1 r. Nv, .4,... . ,
I . v ! x t , ' ' . . ,
I tv nJ f - ,
m - -
Of TIT '
id ways come' '"over iht
this amount one-third will de rcpuircd
by the manufactures of the United
States, leaving the remainder for Eu
TtU our firm conviction, that the
Thli fn'rtraMad Udiea l wrran1l n'"
)cotl- a ann'a pa-tid of Meranr1 or
' .iPURELY VEGETARLE.;
..1 1 fn . . -lia f t Ilia. U-f l
aidKiDjitTi Tooand t. civ! m4
. .1-1 I IT
a. -V.. rr, in the mOSX 8cauuawiB ftuort buirv.
manner. He used language that was
positively soocking to a mind imbued
with New Jersey Sunday school pnn-
1 MVAfi thrtened. in tne
ipies. w , - -
- 1 lf 1 I . iL . .
went ciimo.og aiong 1 ijincoio ia seen ij.ng iuo ecu ire
the car, and all about it in the air and
on ail fjur ou the rojf towarda
X m ,.ir where the cats weie. In the 1 the train behind are vast numbers of
m.a iinie these ladies aud ctntlemen 1 blue coated men. some withcofnns on I nary, 1873. What is to hinder them
were ending thitnlelves down under I their back?, others leanior on them. It I from doing this ? Will-our readers be
t'Jt eaves, an I hen Jim go; lmot to' I seems thes that all the vast armies that I Hcve they have not the power to do
taat cuimWy be made a pass at tne died during we war aie econing the I tnig or are tncJ too honest to pcrpe-
pAuloui uaiu 01 tue i'lcbidcut. luc
i ! 1
iuu. it blowing dies away at oucejuud
To all of which I listened patiently I aod lu iD lUfc midt of the iadi.s and l over ail tne ar a bokmn uuau,lmot aut
nug, prVAiis. it a triu wre pamg
us uoise wonta ue acownea in tue ai
middlmcn,balUndbe.. intend to ISJJSSS
nrindlc the producer out of ono third pSSX tfSl
01 tne cotton inai is soia wwre
abominable slang of the streets
me if I made another
"nut a head1
insinuation against his character.
cas, ud ir.aheel fl.w op, and be a'a t
down aud craslud tbiougttbose vinti,
Llutely outrageous that I was a
cd to be seen wltu mm. . , - 1 .J. arr diharped half a dozen
Aid donkey didn't know tuat ..Si,.,r r
he was a donnej.
Rut there were so many jnore ot tne
same Kt in tho streets that day that
lie may not have been particularly no-
1 '' ' 1
tieed, ' I
' I Tfieirst call wo made was at a house
ihore Smith said he was very well ac
I We were ushered in by a liftecnth
Amendment in livery, who got himself
tangled up in Smith's legs somehow,
and caused that fellow to j pitch head
furcmo8t into half a dozen young ladies
who were in the parlor waiting to re-
"CilVCUS. -' :- - I. ,
J l'orhaps they .thought no
As soon as Sinith could right up he
huid s '- . - ;;..--
1 i4 J) that nigger I Ilappy to see
vouj todies. Infernal Constooslwal
'.imfinduieuts. vou know. Compjiments
of tjie keaMonl How d' do? I
!f.Tfir -curtsied, and Smith contin-
" i: v - J '
nod ; : (.
I i Moat interesting occasion, ladies,
ei'ightfui season. . Good prospects for
'iU'...h....l Alnao. Rv-thc-bv. la
in a voice that electrified every hair on
the confounded idiot's head.
We left without refreshments
"Hang those girls" said Smith, when
we were out of hearing, "they have no
taste for scionee." -1
Not for his sort, certainly.
Smith's science is very much like
Mr. Grecly's agricultural recipes
muddling to the ordinary mind. -
Then we sheered off to a place at
which Smith said he was on intimate
Our reception was cordial. . ;
; That was the only kind of liquor
thoy.had on cxhihiUon and Smith pro
ceeded to sample it at once.
The process took him some time.
Then he proposed a conundrum.
TT-.w,trl tn know the difference
between liquor and ladies.
' Of course thsy gave it up
And he said: "Liquor improves
with age and ladies don't. ,
There was not a ghost of a smile, se
he tried again,
" Why is love like1 liquor V 1
; A titter, but no response.
I ! Because it intoxicates, and puts
notions of alas inU a fellow's head af
for about twenty-five seconds
We were standing near a deep area.
There were no policeman in sight.
Tmffht Smithlike a vice, lifted
bTm above the iron railing, dropped
him over, and went calmly homeU) nn
ish an article on the pleasures of fra
ternal amity for the Atlantic Month
And I took a solemn oath that if
Smith ever attempted to bother me
aaiu lwould brain him on the spot.
New Yprk Record. . ,
Darby Dodd. l
geutlemn, and sat dtu i i those hot
saucers ;f cuudyj- Tljtro was aqeneral
Stampede, ol oaia aod he c ime up
siiiirs droop: Dg chin vwa:e nd candy
all the way up, and "when, be gt up
thtre now everjbty m tiie wona
w:uldh iveg-ne iuupioianiiy,orsome
"thing calculated t reiievc the mind,
but heddut, he sci ajedt'e Cindy ofl
hi if,f ' uuritd his blisters a lit I , ai.d
" v O '
said. 1 c;u:d,have'kecii d theiu c. s
ii I had bad no a glod ?read :
trate such a fraud ? All know who
read that great scientist, Prof. Maury,
on this subject, that the cotton grow
ers has lost annually siuce thewarsix-
ieuce, and the phantom train would ndc V millions of dollars by those who
over it. Clocks aad watches always atop
i.nd when looksd -at are leuad to be
iroin; five to tigt minutei behiou
Every where vn the road,atout ths 27 :h
01 April, the timeof watches and traits
is louad fcUadouly bchiud. This, said
the leading watchman, Was lrom the
pasae ot the pha:itcm train.
Aa epit .phoa a run-u
IIt e l.es ft mid-, blind an a bat,
Ihe more corn you'd give him the Iesr,
he'd grow tat; - " j
He belonged to the bumnn .s of old L ll
And ' mulM lik' vhat we all say du n era
' i - -
ark bar wes
A DOX cui'V'u'u3 " j 1
llcLD ox,. B ij I tlobl oito year
tongue when you are a-t ready to
eweur, lie .r s;icak h ,r hly, or say aay
Ho;d' on to your good namrJ
1 1 j
rectlved at an express
Francisco the other day, ou:so. was
this inscription : Black B.re Et yew
don't wau'x to -et biU Kep your hnger
out of the crax j f ) ;y . ,;r . ,
A lawyer and a parson m re ialking
. ' . .... .1. il.P wind WiH. Tae
auout wuitu , j - ,. , (.
torm; r sai
imes. fiir it is more valuable to
tu.au g.'.iil. highpUc s, ot lashiooab'.e
ature.. ' ! 1 ,
V. Hold on t.t:.e truth, tor it will seive
you w-d uud-do y)U g od throughout
eietiiity. . .
Hold on to virtue, it is above all price
to yon ia ad times and all places. -
li ..Id o ;u ur goott chatactei, for
it is. iiOt uivay witi be, your best
" II. Id 00 to yoiir temp r when you
ate aag y, ix aud, or nnp5S.d upou.
ic's should like to hear your opinion
if tvhstt X know about farming,?'
i And the jackanapes looked as though
1 10 Wuaily expected an observation
in thia Hubiect. . ! 1
v -j , 1 - ,
But the ladies simply snickcred.and
hen delicately suggested thst we ought
to take something. j
1 1 rt ?t. a :m..iv.1ittW did.
VI niCU We IUiiuw.i..vy
When leaving the housemith scowl
d at the XVth, who prudently kept
1 out of the wav, and in a few minutes rvice Tefonn, hut had not pro-
i lio (Smith) drew me up at another New CQcM VOry far when he got ao snarled
f ivhero "wo wore ushered in as before, ma(je them aR take pity on him.
plmus the XVth and the stfdden aero- At xltxe said one of the young la-
I . , 1.-. fr.rt TlnUS !
ait we g uj w p , j
: j roniivd the naison.
vene. anu ---- ri .
the Church vane." -eli,
the lawvir, in the matter of wind
that is the lst autbori y. nnd the
parson Went to coKate. '
A Bookbinder said to hi 3 wife at the
wedding. "It aetmtbat now we are
bound together, to : To'.umes in oe,
ith cUsus." Yes." obsei ved ;ne of
When the gloom that followed this he ceusts. 4 ooe side highly ornroented
Jiad passed: off, he struck another key. Xurkey morocco, and the otiu r p'-m
j " By the by, ladies," said he, "have cal,, and the next moment w .t .ktog
vou givep any attention to the civiL rapid stride down stairs.
i.:Wt?' The following pathetic note wa
TbR. ahooktheir heads and other picked up on a Dan bury, Can.,
pcoplo's hair at him.
'lhen he commenceu .r r renins at the post
JO I I'll " -
offii. I ai"'t prew, dear Jne. but I
Smith promptly saitj
V (Carmine, ladies ; 'iwsitively char
I liing ; reminds me, of-let me sec ; O,
v . balinvo me if all those endearing
dies reminded him of his grandmother,
which made matters a trifle worse, and
I got him away as quickly as possible.
Pretty soon we were at another
u..t,M b rrptjnded to be well
uuuac wuo 1 '
have got a t ile under my arm, ana
can't laff as I used to, as Heaven is my
judge. Yours truly, Henry "
dark Twain and the Cats.
alreadv. has been written
aww - - w
CcnioUi iNVEsrioxs Among the in
i,r ul rh na.iruis have ve-
VtJLAVIViJW ' (
tently obtained in ihe United States
are the following: A device for attach
ing but'ons to cloibjng with a screw
diivtt, an attachmtnl to punoa, so
that the a.rtog may be touched mid
tergth by a pt'b 11 niovemeat, aed
sounds similar t a violin or guitar obs
taioed. a child's crnasf. so arrangea
when the handles are dropped a pi
m ps the wheel and arrests motion at
oace, and when gmsped the pawl is ie-ien-
d a pt uc t-suaipner, tkat.alati op
eri e-us t.an He t.r tuuij 8 ot had
ve, ells- ires-pi s and earring, with
tubes tc hold amfi ri d fl wers, an ap
paratus for drawing ou booU, coons
ting ot a strap passing round the bdy
b?low the wa st, having at eacu ma a
t '.. w (....xr, tn btiot tucs. a med
icl compouud for the tuaalUpox, com
posed ot saltpetre, gu n camphor, and
cbarcoa; a louqut holder of soft metal
that altr filling with floweia and
water, ma? be closed at the tor, a
manufacture and speculate on it
-'Therefore thia great staple is at
their control, and will ever rcmaiu
with them to make known that which
is the most unreasonable of all things,
how much cotton the South produce
annually, and then price so as to put
the largest per cent of the profit above
the cost of cultivation iu their dishon
Doubtless all must know that as long
as the purchasers arc allowed the high
privilege of informing the producers
what amount they raise, they will
manage the statistics in such a manner
as to place the price at least one .year
with another at one third below the
actual cost. There is but one remedy '
and that is to havo the statistics taken
by the Lsgislature .of cich Stale By
hands to their mouths in dens of drunk- I this means these litgb bred rascals will
ennee$, who txense their habits on the 1 be brought to taw. It is an easier mat-(
grotin4 that literary m n and mm oil ter thui done at a cost -of five
g .mus neea artmnat summation to 1- - Wc tQ by tBC
enao.e tnem to rocuperaie iue r ex. R dcsircJ that the boQ.
hauscd vitality. These men. without ... n :
the geniu, or cnltnre of poe's and aa. Me Legislature, of N . at lU next
thors wboe pertieocs tx :mple they ioB, will pasa.some bill by hich
imiate, dive into txcessts, and drench the wind will be taken out of the sales
themselves to the marro with to pf those who have figured by such a
woodland whiskey. The habit of New rule as to aggrandise themselves at the
York land other city bummers hidiDg expense of the laboring men south.
themselves in the mantles of great men jt one State lead off and depend
LlTEtlABY MEN AND DRUNKEN
j ' NE.
" Because Burns and Byron and Poe
sometimes drank to exc ss, and even to
d' un ken uess, we fi id some bait fl dged
vetsj Writer, and newsptptr reporters
and contributors to the cua'zine
stei-ping themselves in liquor, p5ck!irg
tb-ir Iptrsot s ns though immortality
c insisted in bei; g prenrv-d in spirits.
We have -ia a!i grtat cities a class of
Uohtmiaus who live Irom hand to
mouth, ad who lrcquntlr put their
v -toiii ho rtn mmoi lir
ea Uiiruvvj u at-ktowk djod ht no
6(1 IAl f" LIVER MEDICINE. J ; !
HLuia four Jlical kmeo-8' ntvtrj
a l:ad ia he .tt.e h -py prportion ta ai y
otber!prriratior,,va: a KU Caxh.rua
a wonderfal Toui ,n ta- p
ative'aud a e-itab toTton- rll mu
ticaor the bo'y. 80 h iful affco- aa
avenivd i vaj. taat itU uo rag ardpl aa
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC,
f.rl.t r lonoluntl.d thm ualutal! otf ,
Txnos Juidc. IlJioai awaca..!HKCt
aar w - - w . " A a -
etn a bTjavca, Uarl Ur, ..
i CHILLS' AND FEVEIIS.
SIMMON-' LIVKU ltiliUu-VrtiU
I 1 . miriif i-Hft
J. II. ZEILIN & COJ
i UCor, G. au.l PaiU'tfla.a.
Price '"ll.nc p-r p.-kiM;aeal by mat, po-
f .0CI and$ 50 J
SOLD I5Y ALL DUUICI.
t-lfcwirof aU CtttaUHlau aud 1 o.U-
while; they gtt. drunk, is , a startling
illustration, of the ridiculous uniting
w.th the wicKedin wsich there isnoth'
ir.g eu'ilime s ive impu lertci;.
The drinkinsr mei cnnected with
upon it, the remaining States will fol
low. The yankecs deserve a great
deatof credit in not taking anymore
than they have. You maydepend.
L. Al" MARBURy
Importers of Earth en-
kND C II t A. JLI' ; " '
' f .
Deafer In arary doaortpUoa f OUr'
banipi Lkiu( OUim Pl(-d Fk,
pom aid Caor Hlia Wr Xt Jcit
nar inrraeipttf hi railt&loa t m.J u
ltrg and o.moiata . and to watch b in
vi ea thm atuw.loa ofOarrj. Mrt'1
O nrantluj to atliaa lf .l7',uir
J 0LI1 Jig bQ North -.
; . - u a.-Matau :Yi
' ' 97 fvc nTrir. .
' - ... I . Peurnhur Ta.
N . 51- mo :
i young marms-uo, haiig it, that ain't 1 acquainted, though I had some doubts.
I J 'X . ,t vou understand ; Td mourn wArG invited to be seated, and
thd hopes that leave me, and all that
aart of thinsr. vou know. Positively
"Jt this point Smith was interrup-
jtcd, ; - ; j -
j Ia large and unmannerly parrot be-
1 pin making some disrespectful remarks
j which he considered personal.
1 The parrot merely said, "Getont j
yo'u'rc a fool, you're ajfool ; get out."
1: Smith got his back up instantly.
J i. ' - - -4 ., . .1
1 "What the d -I doos that
and told concerning the life and hisro- 1 Crmb;pissed into the back hair
rv of thiaeniui that we propose nere 1 .Q lbe nin manner, and the leans ai
merely to ncrd an extract irom one
othia bright and sparkling speeches
rtcenUy deliveredlbelore a jcial meet
ing ot literary men:
When I wal fourtten. 1 was living
fniean?' he said, and
then h went
as the light was not strong we did not
cm anvthin? distinctly
o.ii: .1 a Mt which ban- and corresponding honest.
flmuur ; " 7 -nrr - a vou-h living with us by the name ol
penedtobe on a chair sleeping. ,?e.WBa an excellent fellow,
.The cat woke up and yelled. .eTenteea v ars old, and very diffident.
Smith arose precipitately. He and I slept together virtuously -
r Being somewhat scared, he sprang one TtrJ bitter winter's , night a
from the chair and alighted -suddenly cougm M,rytbes mariied now and
U-wvll. Ur.ne cave what the called a candy
Miich immediately set up a ki-y 1
As soon as Smith recovered himself he
apologised and got into conversation.
I heard him propound tnia query ,
"Suppose Russia and Prussia com
bined their forces with a view to dom
ination in the Kamschatkan hemis-
1 wed to overlap and presa up n the
i.ioniin.'f st iine serving not oolj
o . .
o leuin -h omamnt in
i..,f k liiitii'in also: a
liht fot iocmotives, with an adjuta
with my parents who Were very poor 1 ble Bumber p'acetl in Imnt ot the light,
und also with a movable coloted screen
a be operated by the engineer; a toy
bank, in which an automaton banker
standa to receive money, and, when a
spring is di?engaged. he turns round,
aod the money is di posited in the back
part of the bardc.
over and.intiraated his ; intention of
jof 1' mashing .it.
t IfTho coinmotion that ensued termi
?natcd in our hasty departure, Smith
i1 ! f 1 a.i.;.1a that IiaM I . , m rnA n 11inrA I u.iiA't trt aftnd this party
saying wucn wu vuv . hcre. anu xuracy ioiui 1 mn mi . , ,
ana were too jouug- . -
in bed. There wa
pullirg in those day, in the West, and
they took the saucers ot not eanay oui
tide ot the house Into snow under a
sort of old bower that came out from
the cave a it was a sort of an ell, then
aUcovered with vinea-to cool this hot
candy iu the snow, and they wore all
titling an uad there, and m the mean-
to txa we were
time we were gone
:ia hanced if Ma didn't believe soine
t!ie had given the parrot a hint tp in-r-ultlmm,
with the Chinese empire France
England in the meantime mainUining
an attitude of ;armed neutrality, what
Jim and-1 were
Tr nciD Liscols's Ybaxt Tbip
Ovbb tub Naw York Cxhtkai. IUn.
aoaD. A writer in the Albany (N.Y.)
Evening Timet relates conveiation
with a auperstiiioua night watchman
on the New York Central Railroad.
8a:d toe watchman aI believe in spir
its andlghntU I kcow tnch things ex-
it If you will ome op in April 1 win
c nvince you." He then told pt the
pbautom train that every year cornea
op the road with the-body of Abraham
UncMn, Regularly in the month of
the press are not the men to do best upon n aa a iac
a ok cor the most woik, either as nver allewed the Southern SUtes to
contributors or editors They are not have by them in this particular aathcy
cn$iderel trustworthy; their brains have done by the Southerners- Bo
at e in a perpetud log, their leports and constructed Farmer.
essay reel and aU2g r do n the col
umns of the daily j mrnal, now touch- ADVERTISEMENTS.
in the line of fact, and then stumb
ling into fiction. Cards f explanation I rp STOUNQ' BR0
feUit I r uoei ana uao oaor 01 rum sou
misrepresentation follow their literary
The drinking new paper men, like
the candlen burning at bot ends, are
soon loitin the darkness ol a diunk
ard's grave. Men ot genius even make
tlje m:stake of a rfetim when they
seek to exctd.tate tltemse cs .rom blame
for the habits of I intemperate induL-
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gence. The? have, no more righti aod
privileges than other men, they have
no charter from nature f r violating
the laws of nitnre. A drunken man
of learning and genins is one of the
most disgusting creatun s on the fce
ol the caitb. He thould be a pattern of I Castor. Cwn, Goblct, lea Pitcna-u
piopriety. a model man, and be volun- , Tba beat fioUbad aad moat aeemraU
tarilr sui renders his reason, his imagi- tlma kptvf Clock tbaauantrr, war
1 , raAtadto ala aaufetl-ai.
nation, his taste, bis schollarsbip, and rJlljrr , J. T. TOU2C3i BKO.
brows himselt a loathsome saennce on'
the alter of Bacchus.
The men who do the moat work, and
wark in the best way, are abstemious
men- Willi m Cullen Bryanl is a man
ot ganinf, and he writet poetry with
out the inttdralion ot wine. Horare
Oreeby is a man of talent, be j Is the
aoul and heart of the Tribune, 1 and he
can write his three columns a day with
out tie aid of alcoho; and doee his
task Ufioitely better than any wine
tipping subordinate on the staff t of any
piper,-Dr. T. L. Cayler and Dr. John
Ball are distinguished speak era, labo
rious! worker, and they need not stim
ulation from the vat ot the still t as
sist them in their labors.
I Will fftstaasprins; trad j' ths richest
tack f Aaa
Watchtt, Diamonds, Jewelry,
h U. . 8.1 ver and Platetl Waro
ever exKiWtM 1 1 1 ia elty. and raa Jaa
aikoa to call aad them.
Oar Watcbaaara aaiecUd with etra. aod
ara wait known accarata iitaa-karprr. la
ptantof fiauh aad 4 lbt taJ caoai ba
Solid Gold Chains, Plain Gold Ring,
Rieh and n:w designs m Six vc axo
BoeoM Bctt ss.
P. H. S M I T H,
j Lt limn k.c:
Citat maVInx of all ktnda doaa bs aat
faaar, d am moat raaa Urait
fanltara lepairad aad alaaaad.
FALL Ss W3?SI S3333
We are now receiving an urtuiJIj
large block if Fall aad Vmtr.
giu.U nd we are prepared to cller
ur trieods and cusUmcrs. j
! What They Jiccd
AT LOW PRICES.
at inXLvDiCi wBcrrxascrcaioB xsu
EXTRA ATTRlCriONS IN
Fancy Dress Goods and
Oit Stock ol Trimra'ngs b larger
and m ne comp'ete than we have ever
purcuaatd before. In this line we claim
t . 1 -11 is an opportunity
to show. The L ulies are invited to call
Mdxmineour aiocav we gutraat
to suit them i. . '
w.h... larrre an I well selecta
tKks of Rady lLvle Clothing, BooU
aad alfo.s, Uaaa&geatlemnsfarnihin
goodi - 1
TARBOHUGII & Co.
Uaorrrixue a 9rocsUTT.
Tha beat Walna Poplar aod Una CVa-f
muta ootha abortaat nUaa aod Yrav Cara it
Qirenaacdt P. H. SMITH
Faetory bsiow Btrrow A Ktassits.
Groceries Groceries A
Full sapply always on
1 liand at !