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A' Democratic Newspaper.
Published every Triday iu Louisfyurg.
JtATtS Or( KLT.SCUlI'TION',
Pur Copy 1 year....
. r M .6 Montlw.
if tkrms cash in aiVAXf e
Tavo , TA ttlo G irlH.
' BY JOlQCiX VJL.K.!.
I KiV a lew-ro'r-d cottage,
I Mi-r far U'hm', p.t lhut of (by,
Kcil liutinjj in t lojliiitfd iay, '
A bnic swiM't t;u in jowc-r skr;
haw vliiUlrcn jMiting to and fro,
1 lie 'busy housewife come und j?o,
And wliite.cow (joine nthercouinuiub.
Ami nnne I Hkcd larger tliiin.iny bnjub
TbeVigbt I could lio more withstand:
I'.ut, worn and toip and tanned and broTiif
JI-'d;c-s -.ofjill, Iljiite .d u.wn,
A w.iiiderer, f iiiijcrin long and late,
.1 ?tU before thd jritstic gate.
;Th'o !ittl-??rN, wi''i brown-feet ba.c,
Jnut tan'IOd, fossil! g, jr:tUw.liair,
1 lay fit ontho yrt-tti Iruilastic dress -d,
Around a gmit t e".vf .undlai.d brute, j
Tfiat lay ba.f rotin.on bis breast, j-.
And wi.h bin rrumlnilh open widc, j 1
' Would inakt; b;l'uyfl that he would 1 it-,
As they aiail- d fiin lull and ri-bt
And t lieu sprung to w other i(ly
Ah 1 i JIrJ yhotitU the willing air .
i b sweeter far than !j i;c or litfe '
To my tb'Mi hot and tVi'tty b:i t,
And b;-ttcr -elf, so wliC'.iv unite,
Were Ih :.).(? sweet voie'H ea lling t lu re !
Tli'Mi 'li HMii.f; sweet M ej.ei my ryes baye
wen, I A
1 Koiije n)eluJy my .soul h, beard,
Noson i f Nymph, or in il !, or bird,
r i '!;;: ji is. melting, ttoppT svene.
Las my impulsive oul .st invil,
it. . . . . i i ... i S i . i ; ' i . ..i ... i. ii-
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1 r f.lled me wit ft such swu-.-t c'':Ilgbt,''v
A t hose y tiling a ivtr d oi t i i ' t here .;,
Frank Garland's Story.
m.yi. t. Ms
S. you think my v.iL islcant.ft 1,
Vajitivating, anifall the et ccteras-i-oj',
t.'liarlie; lb-all v, I had no idea
tiu were pof.-cssed ff sucli good
and S'jiui'd ilisccrnniont, stocial )n
uY as you are and incorrigible w:;mar.
.hater as you profvs to be. My
is all yoij: fancy h(,'r, ami a thousaucl
times more, To sat'n-fv vour Iaudfjd
bh; curiositv, I'll tell you Low 1 t'oumi'
,-uch a treasure, though I'dould it
information will assist in your pv
-t 1 1 3 ... 1
ni searciior a similar prize in tne
let (cry matrimonial.' ()ur courtship!
me warn you, began in an outre way.
that would' shock a stickler for thd pro
prieties of cttlijucttc like yourself;
and even couldjyott muster? iip forti
tude for such an ordeal, 1 know not
where you'would find the witching fair
oiiu wiljing to act her part in the affair.
However, take another "eisrar, an at-
, tend to ny story. - i
When-l returned home- after that
never-to-be-forgotten tour, which Gtly
ilosed our collegiate course, I soon
-perceived that I was an object of -articular
interest to 4he belles -of in V mi
tivcVillnge. Nay, never sriiilc ot my
' vanityvold, fellow, .for you well know it
rouhl scarcely be otherwise. I did not
fr a moment attribute all this visible
interest of my personal attractions.
' t''oiigh I certainly thought myself tol
erably good-looking, nor to my own
merits, of which 1 had probably a com
fortable conviction ; but set down in
any rural community a vounic lawyer'
. with fair prospects of his own and the
t-loct of being the acknowledged favor
ite and heir presumptive of a rieh old
uncle, and said uncle a distinguished
Senator,' the greatest 'great man of the
btrict and how, let jnei ask you,;
could the snct creature be insensi
ble to such a prize? So I may,: with
out any imputation, of self-conceit, ac
knowledge that IJcould have. ' had my
pick and choice, in village parlance.
Hat I was yn 110 hurrylo make a ctroiec.
-Mv heart remained untouihnid, and I
btrihuted niy attentions with praisc
worthy, impartially: anu;ug my fair
biends, and foiput time pass' in a de
cidedly pleasant way. -. . ' V
' Meanwhile the -villagers bc-an to
jalk, as tu-ual in such cases, aud there
were niany -speculations afloat as to
who' would catch the lawyer. It was
: t-renorally agrecl tint the g-iod fortune
was reserved for Miss Annabel Colt
Ji -'y'.- the daughter of the rivhest man
i' "the place, and as such, independent
of her own charms, tlie feigiuwgfptca.
Sue vass a Mately girl,faultlesiy beau
tliuh !lid thoroughly 'accomplished
Krtainiy the one of all others for a ris-
.vycr s bnac. Alorever her
father and my uncle were the two lad
ing jiuen of the county, and the union
of the fortunes and the influence of the
two families vrould secure rnc success
above all rivals in the political career
I csntein plated ; there was no office to
which I niight not atpire. Thus' the
good-natured- gossips had. arranged
matters. I heard it all from my clerk,
JociDickfoiw butl did not feel likccur
ryng oui tiie programme.
'"3Iatte 'were in this .state when a
grand pic-nic came off. I will not bore
you with a." description of our pleasures'
and annoyances : ;truth to tell, there
were more of the fij'fct and fewer of the
la.st than usually fall to the lot of pic
nicKersian'd all owin to the thounht
fulnos'and eiood-'nature of one little
'sprrtcjfnerry as a child, ubbuitous as
afaiyC ' I liad not seen 15'sjy More
bine Jsei- childhowl, when .she -was a
pretty; little thing enoiih,ropyi, fat and
playful, but giving, no promise of the
exceediiig beaut' and grace which de
veloped with her srirlhood. In the
course of iur chat I learned that she
had been absent -from the village durj
ing the past months, which accounted
lor my not having mot her before."
' '' ()f course you fell in love .forth
with," -interrupted Charlie ; . "no uil
cunjimon tcnuination to a-picnic.'Vj
Oi' course I did nothincr of tlie kind'
returned Air. Oarland. "I
heiirt-v.'holc Vihcn wo came
when 'we set out : but now I .will tell
story, having hitherto given .but
preface, , - ' i . .
The moriiliig after : the picnic I
icd'fortii to make- polite ea
with- whom: I had
iced and promenaded in the green
iTtjvds". 31v first call yvrs 01 3Ii.-s
(-oltnev. I iouud her cicrantlv
U Nfsseo, reciinni'jr on a s-.-ia. ana, jl
1 : 1 1 l' T 1
ii t perfectly litles and ennuiod.- lle.
ti'lk, which was all about her fatieuev
as jnsiiiid as, talk could be ; the
:io: t stretch of politeness could' .not
uify it with the name of cpnvcrsa-
ti' li. Yet she vas bewitching, ttkere.
is no denying it," in the midst of her
elegant surroundings ; languor became
her style of beauty, and aff ectation was
in hsr $o perfect that it had the charm
of naturalness, As I gazed upon her
I' -began for the first time to think sc
ricusiy of the plan of action the vil
lage -gossips had chalked out for ne.
Other visitors coming in, I made ' my
parting bow, and continued my round
if calls. Kvervwhere I found young
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:idles -decked out in the latest' style,
nd engaged in -'fancy... needlework or
leading novels. Not one of them ap-
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pejared to have anything to do, though
lost of the families were in very mod-
ate ehvuuistaji ?es. The pretty village!
: 1 cr . 1 1 it 1 1 1 1'
uis aueeieu me ciegant leisure ana
'p-away airs of sentimental city la-
.dues, and were pearl- dead from the
faligues of the previous day. All this
ilfl I nut strike inc at the time. The
hotirs passed pleasantly,, audi tvas net
i.i i mood for. criticizing. : .'
r i'1 had not yet been to Airs. More's
I'K-uie although I had met lier occa
sionally when visiting . some mutjjial
friend ; but upon reaching her chaYm"
"i'.igxqttage home I thouglit it would
bb onlV civil to call on csy. Ti e
hall door was open to admit tue breeze
from ihe vine-shaded piazza ; sO; luerc-
radping to. announce the intrusion,
ed the coo, invitiiiL' parlor, In
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n' licht I could -not for an. in-.
ee, but presently I found the
was untenanted; I knocked
but no-one appeared, and b.car
- wabble of a sweet, merry voice.
i iv.r th
I recognized as ' 1 Jessy's, I veu-
(0 iro in search of the fair son::-
1'assing down the hall, I came
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Bdtehen, a lar, airv room,
and cherry-looking, and there
lood i'essv, ; busily at work kneadinir
douh. It was :m dainty pie or cake,
busincs but real down-right bread-,
and thd w ay she worked that mass f
duug!i 1 .as senicthing worth' seeing. I
s ood ir the doorway an instant wa'teh
itit the motions of the round white
arms, a; d listening ta the rav snatches
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ofmelcK v; then, as she turned to iret
more flolir, she saw the intruder, start
d a litte and ldushed with the sud-
DEVOTED TO POLITICS. LITERATURE, SCIENCE . A Nl) A1UV
den -surprise, but fh did not fiy from
the room, or stammer forth an awk
ward; and untruthful apology, phe
mcrejy; ydvgnced a pace or two with a
graceful palutaiion, and Uoldiag up
her hands with a pretty gesture of dis
may,! said gaily :. ' j; , :
' "I can't shake lihnJs v.ith you. Mr.
Garland, as you soei If vcu .. conde
seen to take a ecatjin the kitjien for
a moment', I'll call mother."' - '
" (harmed with hbr easy, natural de
portment under circumstances which I
now felt, to be somef bat embarrassing,
I imita ted it by helping myself uncere1
moniouidy td a chair, as I begged her
not to disturb luer mother. I could on
ly, make a few minultcs" stav.aslmere
ly Called to impiire liow shej boroj the
fatiiruinii frolic of ytsterdav."
"J" Fatigue V cchoied Uassv, and ' her
riniw? laughter told that i;he felt the
absurdity of the idea. J
' Vhy, how could one thiuk of fa
tiirue after bavins caioved such a de
ligh tf ill time ! Don't you wish, like
the children, there could be a: picnic
every day r" i :
- -We fell into chatting with the' free
dom of old acquaintances, while Bossy
resumed her occupation, working and.
kueadins; until the aough was lidit, as
informed mc in answer to my
grave inquiries ; th-Ai it.yyas made into
smooth leaves, nicely fitted into paiis,
covered with a cloth as white as '.snow,
and (put it J rise a little more ere it was
ready for the oven, jl watched the entire
process most intently ; really I had no
that bread makihg vas: such an
As wc were; leav-
the k-itcrisn .Mrs.. Aiorc
Shc presse'd mc so
tiially to stay for dinner that -1 ' com-
1 '"'' "
plied;;' and furthermore would you
ect ine of such ciTrontcry? when
lore in his frank way invited me..
ron hi often and take dinner' or
tea with them, 1 actually accept otl the
invitation for that very evening, in brf
der to partake, of tho fairy-nuyle
brct.jd, which I fancied would taste dif
ferent from any that ever was. made
before. The parents laughed pleas
antly' at my declaration and I kept my
promise to come to tea, and feasted on
'that delicious bread,, which seemed to
me the crowning charAi of the repast,
uiiuouti tauic iis a.ji uuuiiucuieu oi
what are properly considered ' dain-
H Tltat bread decided my fate. The
contrast-was striking, you will admi
between those thoughtless girls, play
ing the-fine lady in ''the ' parlor while
their mothers toiled in the kitchen, and
Bessy, the dutiful daughter, engaged
in household duties as cheerfully as if
thev had been pastimes. As I walked
home m the light of the harvest moon
I found myself coupling all sorts of civ
deal ing adjectives with her sweet home
ly name, and to cut short icy story, on
the next New Year's, day I astonished
ail the village by taking the portion
less daughter of a mere nobody for-iny
bride. The moral ' '- I
Pon't dravvpne;'- interrupted
Charlie. iJYourcasc isunirrue, Frank,'
but Jgive the credit totheljaf of bread
an odd match-maker trulv, and ouc
rccly expect ta come my v.ay."
. Lotl ei-. 1 )
A ieatb m-n of th:3 citv, f sys' tl c
'.auutor Olr.ssyGazette.was remiudT "
of its being leap-year.' and iLe right.
thui accorded to woman, by lately re
ceding from a lady tlie 1 d!o Air.glettl-r,
wliicn for i's kind is qoi'e' u:dqm :
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Whjle Europe's eyes ia.ilsidon mighty
The la'e'el era4rcs the tall o: kins, 1
While qusc-ks 'ot state ma?t cacli pro
vince his plan
An Uvi-n chibtren lisp the rigbts of mn
Anip's'Lih s mighty luss j is! let mi
'The'jriglits ol women ra;rit s ;nu- a'.tca-
tion';'., r.y. .
Knowing that yoar chiva'ric nature
wiiligrant me " soiiie attt-nti c, I em
brace .this opportunity coming Lut
oice in fi.ur vears, :o wrile yuu, and'
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N. C, JANIJAKY,
jou will paniq me ir I teat froni other
worJs apprcpnate. As '
None but the brare dcs'.rres tin lair,
yru are the brar the favored oce ot
all the kiaga dovainioLS."
Strange bonds unite m here belo
Cn i Ijle controls another,
And mud) ol human weal or woe
Dcj endi upon a lover.
tl a95ure jou, although Most to sisht,'
you are ' tr mem-jry tlcar,'' else why
would I be "dreaming the l:appy hours
away " Lat it to 4 wraudi-r alone throuh
this wprlo'i wibbrne3s"isto be my fate,
4 have lor consolation,
F5J raa -fl-iwtr is born to blush un
1 s."n, '
And waste its sweetness on thedesert air.
Little cac j grace my cause in speak
ing ot my self, Sierelore,
jl throw n:yw If upou my knees,
Mr would yu, cuiUl yi u, plea??;
Uut eve'Y tln.ui lit tms ?opncc: awaj,
At d so I in confusion sv.
I'm sound in body and in miad:
If you are to theu we b j ii e 1.
li-4 j iLing" be uot to your mind,
then know that ,
There are fis'iie-i sliM ftswimminjr
Ju-it as lusciojs every wav,
As thostf tint lds'd and spmtered
In thu sauce-pan ytst-jidav.
As ''more id meaut than u.C3".s the
So how this mighty p'ea m:;y end,
m g it cuu Uil.
Delay not leng.
How A SIn-vl 3Xiiirot
The foripvir.g conversation between
a well-known official" and his friend
took place recently iu fnmt ot tLe Cus
"Where bae you been ?
"To Vns'iimgton to see the President,
for the purpose of set u; ing au appoint-
mcnt to othe.'r
"Did you 'ge-t the appointment V' w
41 VYcli, sibcevf-u -ne nu nfficia!, I ad
vise yvu to g U'i gtt a u-A' stovepipe
ha'; if you and your 11 lends can't afford
he xtH n-e, I w ill lend you fb'ty '"cents
to gut I lie Ci'-jriu stations ironed out. cf
the shabby jn you now -p rt. It hioks
as though Iloiacj Ilri-cley had fallen
upon it.' '.-! '-..'
''No, I will r smooth away a wrin-
kit : I will wear it as it is, and bequeath
it to my heirs at a rich legacy. It wds
the cau-e of my appointment."
".The ccusi ol your appointment!
flow so ? ' . v
''Well, you(ec, wh-tn th President
saw me with this hat on, he mistook
me for a relation, and immediately gave
me the position I a&ked for.'
"lie thought you his relative on ac
count of your ha'!, How?"
''Why he saw the denti in it.V
An exchange asks: "What is a bus
tie.'" e couiu not ten, and as a
young friend of ours has recently got
iia'rried, we propounded to bim.t Af
ter blushing quietly, l.e .thus exphvii
ed: Vlt i- a thingumbob!" Now
what iu the world is a thingumbob 'r
An extravagant School Cdiiimittee
in Seliuyler-tounty, 111., pay a school
teacher 12 a month. (b West voung-
man, gi V.'est partienlariy if you. haVe
just gijiduted andMvish to pay oil"
sviiiirl t r-I if !
? Lit tie Willie F., of Grecnlield,
recently presented a toy trumpet, to
MhicU he became greatlv attached.
"'.ht, when lie was about to be
put in bis " little bed," and was readv
to say his prayers, he handed the trum
pet to bis grandmother, saying, Vllere,
grandma, you blow while I pray."-
Kentucky Jokers. It wa3 during the
Prisi-lee.tial campaign which resulted
in the ieliCti. nef Buchanan, that-the
writer of the pppcal kc:c-i, in cc rapany
with throe otbtr politicians, rode from
Tadirah to B nt. D, Ky.' in a buck..
Tbry wrf bound tor one of the pl.l-
fashioncd. barbacues and he tiTU what
hirp"! ed oa the wav thus,
The k ng Ju-lge M. w'xs one of the
pir'y, !:nd the battle that peeped out
fit m the b ij-k.-t urn'er the star seecu d
to impr.jve lbs sparkle ci his wk, tbe
3ivor of hisjokej, ?nd the niosic of his
laugh, nn'il tiie hsppy ontagion evea
5 etched the driver. . '.
Onr lun a a. the h'ghdst, whn, on
turning a tuiye ia. the load, vc ta-,
down its Lo dusty stretch, a solitary
ox-cart, wi;h its owner pcrchid upon
what proved to 1 e bigs t f corn. As a
kind if Kdvar.ee guirJ,a rc-it ily
brindljt'og cheiz trotting alprg in ail
vat.cii, and. attracted I yur noise, he
ihtcw hi mi. It into an tttitade of de-
ilance, dttcrrniced to dispute oar ad-
vaure. With Ins carafe giowl, rtd
eyes a id erect bristles, lie indeed pre.
sented a formidable appearance.
wuage M- could not let sdeh an op
portunity for a practical joke pass.
bet the drinksior the day that I
can run that dog off the road.n
"Done,- said we.
Stopping our hack, lie got out, and
threw the skirtaot his4,8wallow.tailcd
coat over his ahouldern, tiuck his old
slouch bat on the bck of his head,
and going down on all Lurs, he scam
pered toward tho dog with mostlright
iul yelU, reminding cue of the labia o
ihe asi in the lion s rkiu. This w aa too
much for the digf aud, howling with
frignt, he took to the bush. The ox in
also saw the icariul monster coming
down the road, aud wi.h one wild beU
low they took to the. brush, with their
tails standing straight out behind
Away they went, with wheels Loua-.
cing high iu the air bags ol corn burst-.
ing opeu and spilling tueir contents in
a continious drill.
'Whoa, Blaz-I Waoa. Bill! O.
Lordylwhat suall I do?"' come from
the frightened man on the cart, a he
was bounding from side to sfjp, now
grabbing a cart-pole, luca catchit. at
a bag of e rn as it went over the fids-.
Th:s kind of performance couldu'. Ia9t
long witbous a change lor better. or
worse, and so it Cirae lir worgf, as the
oxen went tearing down the steep bank
of a iittle creek and overturned evtry-
thing into' the water abmit waist deep.
One oxK ge'tiug li-of-e, went up tlie op.
posite bank and so n disappeared, while
ihe otber c-.Ws.-red down bellowing as
we came up to ' the scene of di aster:
Tnere st .od the p .or man in water to
his waist, his warron overturnp ' n.i
half of his corn Hiktn in the "wa'er
while the other half was sa'tered in
the woods. lie looked spared and piti
ful, and said -:
4,0 Lordy, s; ranger! don't never do
that ar any more, l'.n ru'nedf '
It was a splendid sikc sj, that j-ke.
a:ia there ttoo I the j idgj holding, on
to a sapling, and laughing till tlu tears
ran down h'u clmks.
We t6i k up a subscription for the
poor fel'ow.. The j idge headed the
,ist with an amount nearly covering the
damag-s and wo'sd-lcl to it until we
left the mania ihai.kfun?-s that he
had sold his corn 60 wtl'. At the pr-
bacue the Judge bet all his u;ooey on a
little horse race, and los', and from that,
ana ice eu.ct ot ui annks at our ex
peuceohad to crry him to our hack
on a barn floor. Ou his vayj home "he
insisted up. n standing on hii head-
Which was the ruined man ? '
Do vou go to school now: Char
Yes sir; I bad 4 fight to day, t(X.
" You bad? Which whipped?"
"Oh, I got whipped," be replied,
vvilb great franknes
" Was the other bov bigger than
"" No,. lie v.as littler."
Well, bow came you to let a littler
boy whip yon?"
" Oh ! you see be was madder nor I
man who ba-1 -.beeu studying the
siibie t of the "veloeitv of light" savs
tuat lie know-;. now it is mat ins gas
bill runs ii so rapidly.
T.itnxjiNCr Tin: Giu:at Wkstkux
KIVKk.s. - 1 lie .science ol engineering
iia- euabb-d man within the lat low
y ar.-, to a- ompli-h result in bridg
ing rivers, that ten year.-? ago would
have Ihvu con-idered visionary. In
relation to bridging theo - stream-,
the hicago Uailway Review say? :
The MissK-ippi and Missouri areal-
- ready bridged at fourteen dillVrent
points at ten on the Mi--iiipi and
four 0:1 the Missouri. On the Mis-.
sN-ippi a Rock I.dand. the pioneer
railway bridge, originally of wjpd, ii
now replaced with an iron bridge.
The MN-i ij.pl i- bridge 1 at Clinton,
Burlington, Quliicy, Dubuque, Keo
kuk, Hannibal, Wiomi, Hasting and
Brainard i!.e i,:; at the latter i-laee
ix ioga fn!i-a -t riifure.
The Mi.-souri i- bridge d at Omaha,
hau- 1- ity, St. Cliarlex ami I.eay-
!iworib. The bridge at fit. l.o:U U
appcoaeing completion. Another i-
predicted at farornhdet b dow .St.
IorN, He-re is another uiul-r -o:j
-triKtion at St. Joseph, Mo., one at
Atehi-on, K., ready to be commeiiced
01, .-1 o:i- pr;r-tk-ally determiued on
la the viehiity of Ikhmfville, Mo. It
wilt not 1 K-ug until tliee great na-
tioual 1 ligh wav
the Mis.-is-ippi and
Ii-ouri will becro-f-d at other irints.
tlius offering ample facilities to rial-
May and high way trafllc,' to all poiuta
in the far West. - Western Rural.
"Wore Thero Kvr
The numbr of ninTinjr accldentk
by fire, fl jod, railroad cnilistoos, ice gor
ges and aTalanchea upon the land, ship
wrecks aud fi:cs upou the "wtor, mere
ntTei bofoceso :rLU,u ;n: in our day. -They
loim daily and nightly the r.p!e
ofour telegsiphic dis;tchef. and oar
exehsngrg arc fit'od with then. One
cNmity after another follows in such
qu'ck Bnccesion that the details- get
mixed up to oar confusion, and t ime
appalling accident ot to-day drives the
hornroi yesterday fr. m tlu-Wmd. If
the "times are not "out of j nnt,M itl.
apparent that huma prtciu ionary
mtra-urc3 have o' late signally f.ilrd to
guard agiinst the surcHgf-d to dit-or-derly
e"e agents ol n a! u-e. Mau's e!l
orate woik fr his own protection or
convenience are ma le to compass "hi?
destruction, and he is marie foclingly
to realiz his own insinnitfoance in coin
bitting forces which ordinarily he may
con'rd i r av r.d, but whic'i in oui
bunts 61 their wrath or might defy all
I'umun restraints. !
FIRST CLASJ RESTAURANT.
Efovipg gone to. a cntciJcrabSe tx-
pctie to lit. up aud tep'cu'sn My Con
tioua y uaa It sLrtU.aut, I would re-
spcctiully ca'l the attention of the eat
lnir and drinking tmil:c to this fitce
pl.tce, wb iu liicg can be accoiuinoda-
icd to aiiyih iig to eat or 1nuk that
ihe at pe'.r.c may ell lor, served up in
the 8bui tet nonce a iu the l est style ly
THE CELE JRATED
JACKSON Y A R B 0 R 0 ,
rnE ua-.T Cook rst th c WiiuiE Coustuv.
CANDIES & C18ARS,
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A nice s'lpplyt f 'cigr?, Candida Hai-
ins Pickles Brandy IVaches bellies As
AT CLIFTON'S RESTAURANT,
WHISKIE BRANDIES & WINES.
A fii!i:uj y of Wbikey fr-m $1 5
toGOO.' G1 vApple i)indy from
3 ;0 V) (5 . 0 pr Gal Wines 2 50 to 500
prGM hI ay on haad at
FRESH OYSTERS ,
K-p? constantly on hand -and lor aed
by th gnilon or you can. have thcai
served up in any style at .
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TERRIBLE EXCITEMENT AT
; CLIFTON'S MILLS
B. P. CLIFTON J. T. CLIFTON
. :B. P. CLIFJON & CO.
I ' '
Hare created crcat excitement at this
place jy opening to the ins;-ecji' n of
he vqni'nuni y one of . the very best
St ck of j;wds ever found iu atountrj
Stoie A lull upily f
DUY GCODS, BOOTS & SHOES
Groceries Lqmrs for sde for cash or
baiter will trade fr Cotton Corn
Wheat Rgs Riw lrdu rt-en rlry
Bitter Etrg Chickens Pe os r aoTthio
else that cau bo dip rcd of.
B- snre t' cll
B. P. CLIFTON & CO.
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FRESH AND RELIABLE
AT WM. SIMPSON'S DRUG
RALEIGH, N. C.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
Price f ? 00 per crust. N, 7-1 mo
RATIO'S OF ADVERT1SIKO. .
(10 ums cm Lxaac mnrtTTS 4 aqaftw
Oue - arh uh-rqBl liwrtU... V
Vt moo-h .
i ne " Two month - xv
1 arte month ...
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f-e -. TSTolrattte tSf
Contract I lot toiler aibr mv am CWtki
RteCeXUHL S if ipH
Tida unriTallad MHliorw w-rraaU I a
to conuin a aln! partul. MrMry '
any l"J r - n!nr.l tit u
',. 1TUELY VEGETABLE. .
fa Y'oltv TkAa h Lm ur u m. 1
lt n all dutarth I its. IW.vai.
ainl KiaxETs TUoQal ft t ;ia m
great la 1. ar nrth ajtnr Tut to
it WTB!rfnl and pcalUr ptr im mH
nir I'lood. timiUtl Ribt-t nMLivit
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V gr .ith- whot jtv 5m..V l.ir
aa tticii. TjaU ACtowl dcvU.. ktr
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tiof f th Loly. Ma U mgtl 4
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f -r . r-r 'oaiuiuiit a 1.. i.. c
vouk tUrrwof. tu i : 1 T.P ,P-IA. .
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Pricr?:.or pr p.ck; act by tn.il, po.
g -,., ?. 01 lrepfo4 rtMl fur
BOLD BY ALL DKU JOHTP.
FA Lb 1872.
Imoorlers or Earthen
4.HD- C H I S A AID
DeUrin ttj dcripiioi ,f oiu,,,,.
Lmp Lo.kiojr UIm rUi4 K-fk.
poont a id Caora HtoM War t 4 U
now laraeeiptcf hit fil 9Muk
urg and e.nip!i a t k
ri . th atuurloa ofOmry Mm.u.
JaraatMlBf to -.11 m. ier.at r.r : w
J tlb.cg faa Korik.
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X.. W--o ';
TARBROTJG-H S CO'
fall ss wiirji auji
We are now receiving an ausuaUv
large btock if FJI and Viot- -ols
and wo am yttl to jUr
ur Irtend and cutoiar.
What They ccd
ATj L0tV I It I ojs:
t ins hkvizi wimnriM Xhu
KXTRA ATTRACriONilX i
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Fancy Dress Goods ami
Oar Stock ol TJmrritn h imm
aud more comp el th,u rkirr
purchased Ulore. In Lu liu c cUitc
A oil all we ask is aa nppvtnal:
to show. Tl Lvlirt are inli. to cil
aod txamioe our Stock, w euaanUn
We have also larc an 1 well aelect I
tka of IteUj 1U.j Clotbinic, U.. 4
and l o-.i, Ilau Si geailenwa f 4raiUIuj
good . -0
YAUBOKUGII & Co,
Groceries Groceries i
Fiill supply .always qj
YAUBOKUGII & Co ?