XSI. NO. 16.-TEirtI) SERIES.
SALISBURY, B. C. THITBSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1890i
J. J. BRUXER, Editor and Pftor'ft,
T, K. BRUNER, Assistant Emto.
Somebody crawls into mamma's bed -
Just at '.the break of .Jar, .
Sarrgglea f doo ami whispers loud,
" Somebody's come to stav."
Somsfcoly rashes through the hoti.e,
Never onee shuts a door : y
Scatters her playthings all around
Over the nursery Jloor.
Climbs on the fetich ami tears her clothes,
Never a 'hit cares shc- .
Swing! on the pite an 1 make? mud pies,
Who can 'somebody be ?
Somebody looks with roguish eyes
I'p through her tangled hair ;
"Somebody's me," she says, "but then
Somebodv doesn't care.''
Highly Concentrated Sermon.
A marvrlor ,mr:ty
. Mop ooonomlchl
canr.f t be sold In
lest . .-.lion
. - . a. a a j9 . - 4J rf 1 i . j-i i . I 111
nr fciu "
...n I'oYaI. liAklM. J"UVl)tK CO
For salt-1 liinirhani & Co. , Young & Dos-
-ni.iu. i i.v lei never vanes.
n i ill mtimn kind. nnd
rSnr-lltftWI with til l)liifitUi Ol lOW
,lftc wall ht
Tnk no ' hoi an1ft
XV. IIouslaH natn and
We copy the follwing sermon from
nil old file of the Watchman (1313).
It sounds ;i good ileal like Sam Jones
Mv dear dandies and Welles, fops and
flirts nnd other sirag"lers down the
hill of life, my te? t to-day is that much
used und abused saying. Does you
mot her know von are out?
You are no mora use in this world
than a. time piece in a bearer dam, or
a hair mattress in a hog pen. Yon fill
uo longer space in the world's eye than
the toe-nail of a mosquito would in a
market house, or a stump tailed tin 5 in
all out doors; you are as 1 1 tile thought
of s s the f How who knocked his grand
mother's lut tooth down her throat,
ami as for brains, ten thousand such
could le preserved in a drop of brandy
and have as much sea room as a tad
pole in" Lake Superior! ami as for ideas,
you have but one and (hat is stamped
on your leaden skull an inch deep, that
tailors and females were to be gulled by
you, and that all may enyy you your
appearance. Poor useless tobacco
worm, yon are a case. Does your.
mother know yon re out? It is lunch
time; so si art, buy. a brandy toddy on
tick from sonic good-nat,ured landlord,
and eat lunch until yon arc as tight as
a drum, sneak to lcd and thiuJc of
nothing unlil you fall asleep, to ffream
of apes, punt straps and tailor's bill,
not to awake until the dinner bells call
Poor silly inflate,!, r.ib-worms, I you to eat agdn.
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wm.l.l v frvmi vmi eliinrw uml now many uarnuesx, nanow inor
that she don't know vou're out. Von tals of anoth.er order go scudding about
vnMr l:,dv wiil. u nnrs.sol lifcp a wet onthesurface of the world s great
e:i 1 hooe ftifnn a. mm -rod. :m. eonns "'"i .n.o. miuv,.c,
of hair MnWh eheek. like a bottlo- .T chance, whim or impulse,
We Are All Guilty.
The greatest crimes committed in
this country are the crimes against
criminals. Society makes criminals,
then punishes thein for" being what
society made them.
Every spirit occupying a material
lwdy on the earth is an output from
God, the great All-Father, ad is en
titled to the same degree of care and
kindness. These spirits come from it,
the great I Am as His children, not
alone ours, though we may be the
workman who pastures the farm under
the rules of nature and make the spir
it to be narrow, even crooked and war
ty as we are bigoted, narrow-winded
As spots are put on animals be
fore they are born, so are the lines of
t character and spots that darken and
dismay put in our children daring their
pre-natal building into the bodies
without which they cannot come
into this world to endure its schooling
and go on with .the lading we have
Pre-naut lly we make children to
feel that they are unwelcome, They
are born shy. timid, fearful of cuff,
blows and ill-treatment. They shrink
urtco an- .tHiip4l on tn
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I . -1 0 1 1 . II I"'" VKimo.k FJ"J J" -I
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tailed spidrr dipped! in blacking, had
been makit g ever' as iiig elopement,
over vour iiNMige-eojrered face, leaving
broad l-race bbrnd him, anil -wn your
hack a nei.K il hran, and vo:r mincing
gait, like von were picking your way
amon" rotten etrijs. or was barefooted
in a briar patch, and your arm linked
to a brainless dandy, (but I'll come to
him a soon as I am done wilh y",)
wriirirling along the streets, and for
what? to hunt up in.ogent virtue, or
snlTeriug innocence, to pour balm on
the wounded spirit of poverty, or only
to smear vour own giddy heart with
the eorrtliug grease of canity to hear
fools wlii)er a.you pasf, "what a fair
girl!" !!eiueiuler, vain one. beauty is
ljut sdYitt deep, and the storms of mat
rimouv and the bleak wind of afflie-
ItMH ruos it all our, ami i.aes me
countenance bare and nnla'commg as a
aeath, and the hist tiling that they an(j fc0 str
know, they know nothing; when I see plantations
one of these, I always think poor bug, deceitful s
iii a measure from the love or
like a r tlw;r n-tKanfa ami nro never at ease
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nienow oug in a oig euoy unuci H tilt awav from home liiuuences
shady willow, until they are swal- As babies, they are taught to lie,
lowed up by the greedy has of 1 t dissemble, develop selfishness
and the first thing that they Linfv kn ctmrl nnlv for nenee and
They see their parents
poor nug, .Ufteitfnl . and alwavs double-dealing
your mother don t know you re out. th iua, They are. educated to'de-
now many siuy ones negieei uieir -h ..... tn w, niltsu e ot blood rel
business ;yid get after some foolish iiolumip foP coufid.rets and atlvice.
pleasure and chase it and keep chasing They see their parents nagging each
it-like a boy after a butterfly, until other, quarreling, scolding each other,
they wear out the hat. of constitution, ,ickering, back-biting and the next
beating the ground with the vain hope niomen Upraising, Battering and kissing
of catching the swift phantom and ntiwr Thus the mind of the
finally fall into some hidden pit covered chil(t jg jieJ)t j a tremor of doubt, dis
with flowers to rise no more? I then 'ftt a-l nru.in(.
It is educated to hide dirt behind
doors, under chairs and in dark com
ers, and conceal its little acts of mean-
think poor fool, your mother don t
know you're out; nor you won't be out
Kin fair. IIH'.vy I.aooU (.rum ana creca-
ltc.a in , I ! world, r.xnmlne tils
S5.0it GEN C I S K M A N 1 -S 1A I -! K II OE.
IM.ttO II lNI-SIiW10I wM.TMOE.
' 83 50 eor.K I AM) KAKM KKH MiOK.
SI .v 1 1: v.i J. en Ai l siiok.
S'looand Sl.T.-i BOYS' SOIIOOI. MIOKS.
All naU-In Ouiprcss. Iluuou and l.ace.
$3 & $2 SHOES LADtEs.
01.75 SHOK FOTS-7IISSES.
Beat Mntnrinl. l!rft Htyle. B-Bt Flttln.
W. 1' OougIa.s, Brockton, Mru8. Sold by
at lu r 1 eaten
- rL S. BROWN.
barn door, unless von
put on a coat of lasting -paint Tif medc-es--,
worth atid love, and vur
nih it over with Uauty. If you e.n
laifgli like him who wins, and knows
that you are slill loy.-d -md lovely, and
thai Vou are xtill Iwauliful, now lh:d
the floss whi h hid your worth nnd
goodness beuHlh; it dazzling glare is
one. you shed a Jiappv influence on all
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near you, maKe us p.or erring uionuMi
fi-el iust like a man almost frozen f.-U
when hejsits down by a ciieeniH nre,
at his own home, lie hears the storm
but he heeds it not; he is happy once
more. Hut have you done this? 1
am afraid that you are but a butterfly.
bora a worm, to die an lusect.
Ah. I don't half like that laugh it
was forced; vou pretended to lie pleased
with that fol' wit, wheu you knew it
was stolen! Oh. why such deceit.
When I see a young man step in the
skiff of dissipation, and atart down the
stream of pleasure, using the oars of
imprudence, while folly holds the helm,
nassiiiif the shores of propriety faster
than a streak of ligutning can pass a
sick crow, and at last is drawn over the
falls of total destruction and dashed
into as many atoms as a drop of water
from a four-story roof, 1 then ask of
irTvself, for I can't ask of him, did his
mother know he was out? When 1
see a bov leaving the prison door, after
a long and dreary confinement, with u
pale face and withered hands, his stpp
weak and tottering skulking along
dodging all he meets like a gii
thing, shading his eyes from the usual
lare of daylight, cut from the socie
of his fellow beiugs. for some trivial
offe use committed in the thoughtless
ness of erring lxy hood, (when if Bidd
treatment had been resorted to and the
criminals. They preach profligacy,
eeit, dishoMstv. Thsy are born
conceived for plunder and basld np in
block of five or other designs in cor
ruption. They teach that the liar, the
detractor, the smircher of repntations,
tne briber, corrnptionist and drunkard
maker are the most important factors
in pol.tical movements.
Society then steps in to work tinder
its mask. Those who are made weak
and are chooked out of their birth
rights; who are turned adrift wih
their education to do wrong, fall by
the wayside, made criminals by poli
ces and society, then imprisoned and
educated for being what they are made
to be by the avalanche of circumstan
ces that ride them down.-
There was never yet a criminal who
was liot made so by his associations,
and society thrusts children into these
associations when it should seek to
remove them by care and honest re
lig on, and a progressive education.
lJtmtrotf$ A tea nee Thought-.
ult is well." Washington.
"I must sleep now." Byron.
uKiss me, Hardy." Nelson.
"Head of the-army." Napoleon.
"Don't give up the ship." Law
rence. kLet the light enter." Goethe.
"Into thy hands, 0 Lord." Tasso.
u I ndepeudence forever." Adams.
4,The artery. has ceased to beat."
'Is this your fidelity?" Nero.
"This is the last of earth." J. Q.
"Give Davroles a chair." Chester
field. "A dying man do.'s nothing well."
"Let not poor Nellie starve." Char
les. "What! is there no bribing death?"
"All my possessions for a moment of
"It matters not how the head lieth
Sir Walter Italeigh.
"Clasp my hand, my dearest friend,
I die. Alhien.
I feel as if I were to be myself
Mr. Davis as a Xastsr.
AH INTERVIEW WITH I MI LO COOPER, A
FOE ME SLAV-B.
Oblaxdo, Jan nary 8 The readers
of the Times-Union will remember that
in the press dispntehos giving an Re
count M the death of Jefferson Davis
a touching incident was descriiied of
the family servant who threw himself
weening and praying lieside the couch
of the dead. They will also remember
the Times-Union's editorial tribute to
the old colored man's fidelity, under
the caption, "Remember Miles Coop
er." His name is is Milo Cooper, tin d
he has resided in Orlando for five or
Hearing that Milo had returned to
Orlando List night, the Times-Unioa'a
correspondent hnnted him up this
morning and had an interesting chat
with him, a portion of which was as
"How old are you, Milo?"
"I was born in the year, J 832, sir."
"Were you owned by Mi. Davi-j?"
"Yes, sir. A friend of his cave one
to him when I was about 10. and I
waited on him all the time."
"What kind of a master was he?"
"He was a-perfect gentleman, sir.
He was strict with us, but never whip
ped us. He would talk to us when we
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ness, rainer tnan weeu mem uu -its
life. It hears the parents speaking
ill, meanly, ugly of neighbors, then
welcoming them with smiles, kisses
and compliments. Thus the child is
...1... . tii rY.iVuliin n flfilllllt
r.. fi. tb .f w iiiafc In, again. bcott
,., .2i t fen! "Let me die to the sound of delicious
fcpeak, the young man is taught bosi- :
I l:iL IL. U lie. UlltTHl, uwncwuio
and deceive. To make customers
drunk and then todu for them. He
is taught that all ways to get money
are alike honorable. To be sure he
has different teachers, who teach differ-
'I know that my Redeemer liveth.'
"God preserve the emperor." Haydn
"I -loved my father and liberty.
Mine de btad.
"It is small, very small, indeed,
How They Made It
The New York Times prints an in
terview with "one of the oldest inhab
itants," who, in the course of his re- J
"John Jacob Astor had his store in
Vessey street, in the buildings in which
Dr. Hal leek lived. Fits Greene Hal
leek, the doctor's son, was one of As
ter's clerks. Old Ator got his start
in life by hiring out to a furrier to beat
furs keeping the moths out of them
at a dollar a day. He was economi
cal and saving ami presently began to
buy cat furs and musk rut furs, and,
when he had accumulated a lot of
them, lie took them to England and
sold them at a large profit. Then he
established his own business here, and
extended his connections westward and
northward until he became the largest
dealer in the country.
"Commodore Vanderbilt was at this
time running a 'perry-auger' ( perianga
a small ferry boat, carrying two masts
and a lee board) between quarantine
station and the city, and was becoming
very popular with boatmen and others
who were thrown in hisway. Fulton
& Livingston owned an exclusive char
ter to rmi steamboats between New
York and Albany, and tho monopoly
was paying immensely. Two eld Jer
sey men then starred an opposition line,. '
but as they. could not run. direct be-
did wrong and make us sorry, and hat tween New York and Albany, they got
to do anyth ng to displease him. I aroumi u e uimcuiiy oy guinK rym
have friends, but my best friend u w w " VJ
gone. My only sorrow is that 1 count r . '::.'
not see him before he died, but, thank 1 hey encountered all sorts ot ttimcui-
God! was able to look at him before he Ve3 noweve' ",e '0,,P?l going so
was buried." tar as to wiliully run their boats down
'"Where have vou been since the and otherwise tjripple them, and they
funeral?" " were threatened with bankruptcy
"I was carried fainting from his side "One of the proprietors was at Dew
to a drug store, and the doctor put me Drop one day, when he asked old Mr.
to bed and was just as kind as MM lf he kuew "f ,ma Awh. ,wa
could be. Istayetl in New Orleans competent to take hold of Jheir line
three days, not being able to travel, and make a success of it. Yes, said
then went to Mobile, where I stopped ?n kow f1J8name
to visit relatives." " Corneel VanderUlt He 11 Uke your
Milo has a house and lot in E.it boats to the mouth of hell if you want
Orlando. The house has three rooms to. that s just the man I want,
and is worth about U 0. His lot is was the response, and in a little wlnlo
only 70x200 feet, but is a model of the bargain was concluded aud
neatness end thrift. He has twenty- Vanderbilt took charge of 4hoUue
five varieties of fruit trees, besides or- I he monopolists tried every aisaiUU
namenal trees and flowers. He form- means to prevent the line from doing
erly kept a barber shop, but his skill at business in New York and at hist put
ornamental gardening has opened the a sheriff on board with instructions to
way for employment at that business,
i i m ii i 'i en i. u Li i it i .1 ajw - . , -v ik
. ent methods to reach the one great ob- (clasping her neck. ) -Anne tloleyn
lty i.nf Hw .11 iad tha student in "1 P nie .P? na Ittr
Sesame rut. He is taught to be j my coming dow let me shitt for my-
JLl,n TofnruPt honor and mans ir, msceiiaiug iue m.,-!
I .A- J M m - . mi . 11 .
irn. i o orgei
duty to all other men. To hate, dis-I'.L-e
or distrust all who ars not of his
"Don't let that awkward squad fire
D. A, ATWELXi'S
' Wlicrc a
lull line of goods m bis line, may
tilwaAs bo hrund.
P. H. THOMPSON & GO.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, .wTrk
Scroll Sawing, Wood Turning,
iSr iTit?.yAJji vn
AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS-
4KAI.ES IN .
Steam Eimaes and Boilerr, Steam and
WaXer Tipe, ;
-Steam Fiil'me, Shafting, Pulley Hangers
l ichinerv o'falj kimls repaired on
Mat. 1583. i - 'iy
HmM & EQicill
Haveioeenpied tho oHiee ovdr Mr. Wil-Kmns-Brown's
stove store, where they
i nun- tc found at all hours, day and night
taiuess itrofestoin4iv engaged.
- j. it. vaUvv.kIjU &f. r.,
J. B. eOTJKCIIX, M. D.
Oct. 2, 1SS9. : 4m
I I I
One nt Hie
r.roiM-1 I n
the world. Our fkrilitlnara
unqwra, ana 10 ituruaurp our
tuperior froods we m ill rntlFKEB
to n K PEKSOS in each I n Hit
- above Only tnoae ho writa
to uf at once ran make rare of
the r ha nre All you have to do in
return it to ahow our frooda to
those ako call tout neiahbora
and thoae around you The be
(rlnnine of th adTerti.ement
.v..v. th small end of the tele-
Thei following cut rival the appearanca of it reduced to
' l i X j ii j.i I .iw'O nil ii I
a. little euipiy, "hju, n-vn -r
tiou; yeR, sold to the aid snake wilh
the fish hook on his tail the same
snake that fooled your mammy in
Adam's truek patch and oh, scissors!
how he will strip that finery and raise
a dust for a mile around with that
peck of bran. Say, flower-sucking
but Pertly, does vour tnoiuer mion
vrm'ro mil ? If .-lie does, she is tin-
iiitiiful to her trust; aud ought not tr
k? trusletl sgaiu any nhe that) the
1 1 I l ....lf..l . V ....it-Mi!
man wuo stoie a nii"ini ml
rom the blind sow. Go home. oss;i-
mer, and try to prepare yours If to be
woman, and then when you are
i broad, anybody-will know that your
mother knows vou re out.
Kow vou that was cut out torn man.
but was so villainously spoiled in mak
ing up, I'll attend to your case. For
hut end did you burst up'ui the
world's door and rush in uncalled, like
i i 1 1...1I ...!..- rvl
a man ciiaseu uy a ni;m hum, .
do vou exiect to bestow upon yourfel-
i a! -
low man some useiui invention, some
heroic act, some great discovery, or
even one sol ibury remark? No, thos-
that look foT-amy thing useful or sroou
from vou, will litrjust as badly fooled
as the" nun whv caught the skunk and
thought it was a kitten; or the wuira
when she made grease of gunpowder
tea. Yon know when? the neatest,
i.,.i- .. .nf a-.Ih llir tl.roo'rst. st.rans.
cau he got op "tick" but you don I
know where, the next useful lecture is
to lie delivered, yon know the, fashion
able collar of a vest, but you' never
studied the gorgeous hues of a rain
bow, unless it was to wi.4h fr a piecr
to make a cravat of ; yod kuow how a
fool feels in dress, -but you .don't know
how a man fuels when he?atsthe bread
earned honestly by the sweat of his
own brow: but ?ou know how a m n-
! key look; for you see ev-ry d J. twen
ty times, in your tan tlady s loosiug
g'hiS-S b it yo;rd oiA k i v.v how a m m
f.U :ifter doin ' n god action, you
the eommand of God is that
not epinniit adultry. That is, love the
individually that is the birtnuiarK auu
hirthruht of every one. luat u snan
r , .
journey on through life ever iu touch - ,ur
d. the line ot spirit rroui wiiicn iw w
crime buried in silence, mid induce
l. I. -I 1 i.e.. e n.:i, .....n nt 1
ineuuj ueia uui iu uaiu w iuiu " " soot u lu our OWI).
I ...1 ...l . it.... I. . ...... kt vil'a .1 --
rl.tirino-worm of the cabbuce I nimsen, fteruufm vujm. ,v u&u 'As youth advances to netome au auuu,
hTSAJSiSnt treading the slimy ihtt 'manA nf God is that it shall
paten; vou ae su.n, y. w.-.j, , f x i wlieu i gee this,
I think of the grey haired mother at
home, if a-hovel can be a home, the
scaldiug-t-ars of miavery chasing each
other off her high cheek bones, and her
bony hand shaking with -age and sor
for her only hope her son, while her
hold looking eve rests upon nothing; 1
v - -y, fy , 1 ' '
say tj myself poor suffering woman,
you don't know he is out yes, he is
out ! out of jail; out of friends, out of
credit; and out upon the world, a
scoundrel, for the rest of his days, all
i'mr lh- commission and punishment of
a boyish crime. So the world goes,
and "so it will iro. t ill it is run down.
aud I begin to think that but few of
our mothers know we are out!
set sect or society, when in truth there w my grave.
Z us good men, as pure women and! I resign my soul to God, and my
us lovely children iu other sets and daughter to my country. -Thomas
and he is now engaged at a salary to
plant and keep the ornamental grounds
uround the Calholie church. His lit
tle home has a mortgage of $400 upon
it. drawing 12 per cent, interest, and
if the kindly suggestions of the Times
Union should result in the lifting of
this encumbrance it would be a gener
osity worthily exercised.
arrest Vanderbilt if he should attempt
to move the steamer from the wharf.
Vanderbilt got all ready to go and theu
stood by with au axe, aud when
the wheels had began to revolv
and there was a good strain on the
hawser he up with his axe and cut tho
hawser and steamed away to Albany
with the sheriff on board. A continue
ation of his vigorous policy una lly
iw It . .... ii cv.ia , T :..;........
Durin the years that Milo Cooper arose up .ue r
has lived here he has continually re-1 "opoly and estaWaneane opposmon
membersd his old friend and master by " .on a proniauie oasis.
, w ir
ul wish you to understand the true
principles of the Government. I wish
tbera carried out, I ask nothing more.
I have eudeavoreJ to do my duty.
You spoke of refreshment, my
sit down to
... Ul It 1 T M U
correctly understands what is meant ' y .
by the command against adultry, am. : - f - . '':r'
something different : '
seem to occkou earin 10 neaven. --
a ml M . ' Ta Htllirt . a I: W a a I " 1 IT 1 . I f liol liC
an output, Not one person iu nuy -j -
r . ' , . .. 4 mv 111:100 Koe. sinir then
sendinir fruits and memeutoes, aud he
has quite a number of letters from Mr.
Davis in acknowledgement of the same,
some of which he showed your corres
pondent, and from which the follow
ing extracts and copies are mads.
They are all dated at He u voir, Miss,
lu one of Oct. 5, 1887, occur these
kind ofgirls. They wem perfectly at
home everywhere ouStaten Inland, and
were very popular. I used to see thorn
in a grocery over there sitting on tht
counter and swinging their feat aud
talking to the young fellows who wet
kThe Larillards had a snuff and ttK
I Newspapers a6 Life Preservers.
General Bussey, the Assistant Sec
retary of the Interior, has a novel use
for newspapers. The other day when
the weather was i-harp he was prepar
ing to 'o out of the department build
ing for lunch. A reporter who hap
pened to le in the room at the same
time was surprised tasee him unbutton
the lower buttons on his vest, fold up a
newspaper and, placing it over hi ab
domen, button his vest, over it.
'i always do that," he said, in reply
to a surprised inquiry from the report
er, ""when I am going to l e out iu the
Il nil.. .. . ....a Is MiiM , II i
C -4. HO liewspapci i nun-wvuuv
roiistrnet it into
from the original intention, Jeli
person should be careful to preserve
his own spirit. His own individuality
4ind thus develop as fast, as far, as
strong, as rapidly and progressively as
r . . i vi. i ..I
'I'U .t in-irilriiiil owes a UUIV unu ai-
X. i iiv innij i4
legiame to G-h1, the All-Father but
few persons will deny. This is the
base of every religion ever sought to
be established. It is recognized by
every human beiugf age to reason,
who is not lost in the oliscurity that
follows skepticism and determi nation
to oust from all recognition of, or
affiliation with, the Divine origin.
The religions of the past and of the
nieseut have all erred in all they have
sought to inculcate that man's duty to
God consists in worship of God as God,
and in seeking a reconciliation with,
the All-Father! Our duty to God is
performed -only when we proper
ly care for, assist and educate all who
are born) from humanity; wueu we
and attention to
arrivals from the womb of lime and
,rc millions of deaths; to care for UoU s
The sun was shitting brilliantly into
the room in which he was lying.
k0nce more those notes which have
so long been my solacement and de
"God bless you, my dear." Dr.
"God bless vou. is that you, Dora?
"Now it is come. John Knox.
"Dying, dying." Hood.
... I I . .1 i l. ... ., w t .A
"We are indebted to you for kind hacco pusiuetu, uu lur, - wrm
.n.i:..r.. nn.- ,ii::.. .. . :........l, tleat ot Uionev out Ol u. nitric wcr,
i i i,,. -rii-
auu, iu u-. veiy rare, i-.u.., v. c " , , .
crown citron, have been received. juuw.. I
i . w .
shall always be glad to hear of your
The following is copied iu full:
Bkautoib. Miss., (
May 24. 1880. S
Mv Good Friend Milo: The-pbtHts
was the Dutch of it ; it came to bo
Pierre after it had been translated into
French soil a few months. Peter aud
George wen the snuff and tobacco
dealers. After they got wealthy no-
.ciiu i i ill Ml mil
did not arrive until the day before "'"K T,u.uu uul 7' 7: :l
tiavu a carnaue urn vaaw-aa-T..
tor of heatand when placed over tne - do nt sek thein
cfnm:ieb nreserves the supply 111 what Jewe,s . ' . . ... i i..H
has U'en called the reservoir of the
he.it of the body. A newspaper is a
.nUutRtih4tiutt for an overco.it, and in
cold weather is the best device that
people with scanty wardrobes can
a lop. Inaufifoient bfidclotlving cat- e
reinforced in thB sanvi w.iy, and the
newspaper may be said to be the poor
in in's friend in more senses than one.
VV hen chilled by sudden Void a news
paper place 1 over the stomach soon re-
nrs the norma temperature or me
don't go where tint sight is to be seen. bo,j JlJ1( prevents au attack of pneu-
'ut the fiftieth part of it bulk. It U a (Wind, double taie
i..pe, at Urre S B easy to carry. Wa will alao allow you now yoa
n make from S3 to S 1 0 a day aUaaat, from the .tart.w.th
outexuerience. Better writ, at once. W pay all expreaa thaJTea.
Addrau.U. HALLE fT 4 CU., But , roTiaJil. MaUIB.
O run OHur. sh
iv,..,.m, v..,,i i.r to laiv oui'.dinc lots I know you re iKit, p or
Hear Liviasstoue C'oli'-iie :re reiustel
to inquire t B K OFFICE.
.' .- a n I . . . " a I 1
t vt.-i w isn-waistea.entnsn-mouuieii
j . i . . , . . -.-ii i j
b iboo:i-shoullered, c ittenuinir-ie'r u.
godse-cyd, shtwp-f i-cd. bewhisker.nl
tlr owi in the wiuhl's lieo!t4ve! what are
vou ",vd for? Nothing but t3 cheat
! your tailor, nearly lisp by note u- hue
for so,ue milk and infer poet seiitimen -
tallv, eat oysters gravely, smoke eisrars
nrt'te siny - gins acu nit; -
imefullv. I siy, does youc motner
i: e'.eis.- loan r
i ..... ,.rr-ii.i vo-i have o mother nor
.ll.I r. j y. . -
uev u-had. - ' ' ..v
. . ... .i i
inouia. I have 1 rerpte;iriy r coninienu
ed this use o: newspapers, but I find
tint practically very few people really
appreciate its vdue."
,. A Lai Writ?: :
My vjesm of Ion?' stundinj'; ha.T baffled,
nvany physfeian;, haye trietl every leir.e
.nl',1 tiear uft hut Urailliehls Fe
male Regulator is al,l that rdieyett me.
Write Tho Bra Uleld Re-. Co. Vtluma,
G.i., for fiirtluv p.utieuU-.-- -'-'J by ll
i iMi' il.irrroiUi loll
.in muu, nii-u, Mu, im.ij, ";n-
and wickedness. To carefully sur
sur round our little ones, our loved
ones, with influences aud environ
ments that-will encourage them to
lo goo I and protect them from the
.hihil hv all
O.Wl. 16 is ooi uuij y " '
means in our power, t!ie approach of
euemies to the decent and me goou.
Fo protect from the dirty, the vulgar,
obscene, the pernicious, the easily an
gered, the mes who cannot control
fieir th U ;hfcs words and uttlons;
those who make our children, onr ser
vanVs and ourselves other thai, what
we all should be.
Herein consists our duly to GikI.
Instead of discharging this $Myfi
becotno selfish and wkkeo. I he
stReam of polities works only into the
In such little esteem, are politicians
i.i.i ii, ihU f tiuntrv that it is tmpoti
in ii - ,
..;i.k. c. ,. ..;H...r of the Dotitfeai parlies
i i,T npln lead people
III 1 L.11TJ VW."1" I
The Deacon's Propensity.
An amusing incident occurred in one
of our dowii-east churches a few
months ago. ?The clergyman gave out
the hymn 0
'1 love to steal awhile away
From every cumbering care,
And sjicud the houj- of netting day
iu humble, grateful prayer."
The 2ular chorister being absent,
the dutv devolvolved upon Deacon M
' . m l
who commenced, "I love to steal, and
then broke down, liaising his voice a
little higher he then sung, l love tt)
steal." As before he concluded he had
t?ot the wrong pitch; and deploring
vour letter came. They have been
planted and are much valued py me,
and Mrs. Davis unites with me in
thanking you for them. I he fibre is
magnificent, und 1 should think they
would be a valuuble acquisition to this
climate and inestimably valuable in
Florida. Mrs. and Miss Davis and I
unite in kindest regards to you, and
with best wishes I am, with thanks.
imnn it. He chose for
ft i .1 1 ft
arni9 : Whod tnougn h swhi
bought it.' This made the people
laugh, and so he changed it after
while. Putting in its place; Quid
rides?' which means, kAt what do yoi
augh?' His tobacco store was .
Where He Got the Fee
"My first case in San Francisco,'
said attorney James K. Wilder to an
i .i i lb.. ,'u.,miniir mnnrifr. v .is liii? uficiick
you tiini!i me oeaiiiinu nnmi .-r- ' . ..r 7 r
comes from? It is the of a young fellow charged with ateuir
mir a watcll neiollirin" io a amuiic
The Word 44 Wife.
tyeut word in which the English ami
v . a a r
Ed iii language conquered the French priest. I was appointed by tW court.
aud Greek. I hope the French will because tne prisoner uu -
1 iy get a word for it except fem- om?y.
But what do you think it comes -The jury returned a verdict of not
iru, tv. and as tne ueieuuum ?-.
ini? the court room I called him back,,
H The gre.it
value of the Saxon
1. . . ll...a 11....- in., in unmut hlflii 111''
u i i x I ii. ii. Liiri iiit .ill Min.umi.. i .--n . .
Wife" means "weaver." You must and. just as a joice, uanaeu ...... ut
, u ti.... ivir. :ind to d r.nrto briti" me arouin
ul iir I n ii si wiirfM ill ii.iuse'iiriiiin.. i ."
" - I . a n . . I ,-
t ii.... i.. ....... W..HW.. I Mm nrst a.J ne iroi.
nnwni kt t o . in uic an i' m.'i"-i i ...... .
t...i l,a h ... not uot his "oitch-tuuer. ,,0;,h,. mnns fortnnis "Next day he walked into my omce
-- - t . lull llino, .ivih.
. . i i 1 ....- . .. a l I J
he deteriuiueii to sucteeu
a u flm nlil ludies were tittering be
hind their fans, while the faces of the
young ones were iu a broad grin. At
U.wrfh :ifdr ji desnerate cou"h, he
made a final demonstration . and roarel
ot "I lovo to steal.' The etlirt was
f,io miieh. Every one but the clery
man and deacon was laughing, lhe
n.,.f,.r nnd said: "Seeing our
W Iia7V W m " ,
-a" I 1
brother s projiensities, let us pray
i.v.a - - , . . ...
'and embroider them, or feed upon aud and p anKe uown fJ
bring them to decay. Wherever a true "Where dj,l you get al that nm-y?
wife comes, home is always around I demanded, as soon as I got oier wy
her. The stars may lie over her head, surprise euoutfh vP.
The "low-worm in the night's cold "Sokl the priest s watch, he.Kplted,
lie the fiire at her feet, but home as he .lowed, wni,sen out.
is where she is, and for a noble woman I 1- t
it stretches far around her, better thnn I Hew Party Formiaf.
i f.i . J ....... i h - - -
houses ceiled sun ceuar. or pmincu
-. . -ii! ii i ii..... n... .ni..i r
witn vermiuion hruuius uic ijv
'l I life for those who are homeless. This,
is needless to add that but few of the j ,eieve, is the woman's true platband
congregation heard thai prayer.
Poltticd parties maKej
! la- . . '
The e sT.Oi i.f all fine
the trift of eouciliati m. A man
rmssi sis everv title to our resiiect ex
i ept that of courtesy is in danger of
. . a ft 1 .
forfeit tus then, all. A roue manner
tceuders ik owwr liable to atrront. lie
im itovaar w;tho'lldi"llltv who ttVolds
woun ling the dignity of others.
power. It ttxkiit.
Buciclen's Arnica Salve.
Tiik Uki-T 4amk in th woilU Hir, C'nS,
ltruisi. S re-. Ulcers. Suit Kkt-on. never
Z. . ... . ... . :ii.i....
to- i h 1 1 1 1 if i uaiio, wnimwH
( !ni and atlSkhi Eriini ions, snd rotitiv,e
j ttoree Piles, or ho pay reijiiwwi. iyn
"Uarauteed to -ive H-rlt 1 1 wUisiWrlMM. a-
monev reliin-lcd. I'm c 2.eeiits 1C Uf
.r Satf b tZIt t Co
fc. f'liaie Itms. the lawyer, is the ac-.
credited reeneiilative in t his city of tho.
order wlstr wniiimi iriitcnCT mr r.a. j
lieally ita..' of the ohl Amerieaa riyK ;
hlUt so lutxlittksl as to accept as Mrmoera
Hiiy fireiiiier. who lias come i nm
EwitiM. and owes ulleuiauce to it,
Pwhoms tddHpitions lo this (aovemweut
are reeoKiiixtHl as paramount to loose oi
jrny fom-iKii power, eiltu-r iieeolar or re-.
Ilhrioos. U w known as me awwioi
it. ... i.lv I li.r. is Alt aKMNaia
I ruii3-i.ini (........ : . , z
fn.n of that name with headorters in
iPltUburgaand with branch organixation,
in Keeral States aatl many of the larger
pities. H htngtoa l