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LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 10. 1834
Each additional insertion .,
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TjO.aluotlces perlliic ..... 16
Yearly aJvertieents J1.0 per column
4. A Boston latri;r.
If -ou are suffering with a Cough On entering the wide and hospitable
C.nH A.ihma. Bronct-tifi, Hay Fever, ! doors of ons of Boston's most beautiful
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..iVOin.vfi.nj fmanPOKS' Consumption, loss of voice, tickling in dwelling-houses tho first sonsatioa re
FUY8IC1A.NS n BUKU t lh.throA or ' .ffection of tfaeThroat oeived is one of a positive comfort. The
U Lal Sargeons tor C HV T Railway
OOU on door west of Work Baker's
to re,Lon, Ohio,
Mar II. 1K63-1T
M. 0.a2BTXiaEK, X. s.
DS. deSTEIQER & CABLE.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Am at Dr. Jatnes Little's. Main street,
thethroat, or any affection of theThroat oeived is one of a positive comfort. The
or Limps, use Dr. King's New Discov-. heavy portals swing noiselessly back
r for CnnRiim'ntion. This is the creat . and admit one to the srenerous vestibule
remedy that is causing so much excite- I which leads directly into the large cen
nient by its wonderful cures, curinjr tral hall, lighted by quaint hanging
thousands of hopeless CHRts. Over one. . lanterns which depend from the high
-million bottles of Dr. King's New Die- ceilings, and arc conveniently attached
covery have been used within the last tt the corners rnd angles of the large
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year, ana nave given perfect snu.iat-
tion m everv instance, we can uuncs
.J. H. DYE
Tarsia v and surgeox
Call and get a trial bottle free of cost,
aor regular size for $1.00. For sale by
t -fc t
People are start'ed by its won
derful cures. Tho fact tbst Dr.
WhitCFels Geaman Cough Syrup
for Cough", Consumption and Lung
J diseases is daily curing thousands of
ul.Uni. fn i0hlollimba- St.. ." till.. 4n-,.:l.l ,K,o h.o n.ifiaarl oil
-:.' -vi.. oii.i. vn.ih'k"""ci"uo uwm:o "- -"" -'
luua street jm'-" H, lSJ2-tf
rftaraf Main Valberry Streets, In roots
rorsasrJy occupied by Dr Pulien
)u. ath. lJtS3-r LOOANOIUO.
apartment. At the right is a raised dais
or platform where stand two comfort-
itatitiRly say that this is really the only ) abie gTeHt chairs, find a tall clock tick
sure euro for throat and lung affections . hjor away the hours which must pass
and can cheerfully recommend it to all qoiciclv in so pleasant a dwcllinj'-place.
Aa I write, there lies heror me on iBuriiugton wke,l..
which I have faithfully preserred for
years, it is iouui tun sizo ana n;i8 ins
Nobody cares for the'swearing
of an habitnil swearer. Hi vol-
appearance of an ordinary soda biscuit eys of profanity have no terror
If von take it in yowr nand, you will J , rni. i-
lod it somewhat heaTier than an ordi- n them. Ihey mean.Bothmg.
WILLIAMS & BLOSSER,
S9llhthlfow Buildlac. first fioor
ra. arta'J ilAlaSl. Ill"l-S
IT. W. MOJfROE,
Oaarante. all his wort for ten yrs.-: s.cf 6' l JS- UUB
Hoars lrom 8 to 12 niid from 1 to C. Kcsl
cTsao opposite Catholic Ciiuioh.
who imvo tested its ments to pro
nounce it a never fiiiing remedy.
Speedy in affording re:ief, effectual
in arresting further progress of di
Bcaaoa. ry-it-and be convinced.
For ea!e by F. Harrington.
Nov. 8 1863. 3ra
Z. V. RANEY,
aperlor wrkmnRli5p, and U very
fcsst ofmitsrial n-i-1 la ms'inz arlifirisl
tl&. Fllltn,;anJ prpssrvine thn itxturnl
tetiiaspsctalty.. offlcooracr 3filn sad
Maibsry streets, over Ko.-li'.ter's store,
The beet on earth can truly be
said O Griggs1 Glycerine Salvo,
hvhi hi sure cure for cuts, bruis-
'.. .11. K.....B . Ar, .. .5 .11
SV.-2, D' au3, uuiuo, nvuiiun unu nil
other bores. Vi' positivelv cure
piles, tetter and all akin eruptions.
Satisfaction guarinteed or money
refunded Onlv 25 cents. For sale
by B. C. Iteber'& Co.
Feb. 158.11 yr
ATTORNEY AT LAW
P,Jtt CUlIns BnUilcj, ICaiket Brxeet.
'LGQAN, - - OHIO.
Kot. i, ma iy.
LMtriiivi. nx bssh.
ATTORSEVS - AT - !,AW
Sea la Dollison
April 1 iy
A S. BROOKE,
l PUBLIC. '
Vlllelvepselalatttiition to collections
ad coavcyaucin. Also rr-i!ytateCHnU.
- BSwumce in tuo aiuinny Kiocic.a
JOHN F. WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT- LAW
A.KD MOTAP.Y KUBLIO
Offlr.e rvltU Barnhill ti Vleker, eect rd
3 am es Block, Locan , O. J 34 12-1 y
-sc. aatasT a. w.k. xrriei
BRIGHT fc WRIGBT.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OiBceln James Black urtr First Katicnal
CARL H. BUERHATS,
ATT0R?aET- AT- I kit,
AND NOTARY PUBI.IO.
L.OOAS T. OHIO
Uit, XVills, Mortaces, Iieas5, Cantraot
aad all wrltingsi Arefnlly prepared.
9H:in LlieUaui -touts Juijf 1-lv
1.. A. TUSS1KO. W. JL. BOKALD90
TUSSING & DONALDSON,
ATTJEESSS AT LAW
NEW LEXINGTON, OHIO
Prompt attention elTea to all leeal buci
Bscs. June My
It D. VIOKERS,
A7?505lXEr - AT- - LAW.
" LOGA15'. O.
OtSeo In Jnme Block, et end, over
Bishop, Hisslus ic Coinloy's Hardware
tire. may 15 ly
.GEORGE W. BRElxM,
ATTOBJSTEY AT LAW.
"No, sir; I don't belit've newspa
per men are more dissipated than
any other class of men who earn
their living by iheir brains," said
Mr. A. H. Siegfried, Manager of
the Advertising Department of
the Sc Paul Pioneer-Press. Still,
those of them who do desk-work
are tempted to stimulate, for it's
venr hard on the nerves and sto
mach." "As for example?''
"As for example, in my own
case, I stuck to my desk on this
paper until my nerves were like
a bunch of telegraph wires after
Casli Capital 50.000. 1 "ftt S2i Z.fSSff:
Offlca in City Ealldtoe.
FIRST BAXXOF LOGAN
Why will yoa cough when Slsi'oh's
cure wiJl giYe immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 cts and 1 dollar to be had at
B. C liebers and Co-
Shiloh's catarrh remedy, a positive
euro for catarrh, diplheria. and eaaker
i moulk at B. C. ltebers aad Co.
"ITackmetack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and SO cents
at B. C. Reber a and Co.
Sbiloh's care will immediatelr relieve
croup, whooping cough and bronchitis
sold at B. C. Reber and Co.
For dyspepsia and liver complaint;
yon have a printed guarantee on ercry
boitleof Shilok'a Vitalizer. It never
fuilt to euro, (sold by B. C Reber and
A nrtal injector free with each boS
tUof .ShiJoh's catarrh remedy. Price
50 ce&ts at Eeber's niug gtoro.
Jay 10th, 188S 1 year.
Shiloh's coagh and consumption care
is sold by us on guarantee. It cures
consumiinn. Sold by B. C. Reber and
Sbiloh's vitalicer is what yoa need
for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi
ness aud all symptoiss of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 end 75 cents Dei bottle.
Sold by B. C. Reber and Co.
iepe?s nights; aside miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh'c cure is
the remedy for ycu. For sale at Rebor's
Curr!i cored, health and sweet
breath secured Ly Shiloh's catarrh
remedy. Price 50 cents, nasal injector
free. For sale at B. C. Reber ana Co
Tor lame back, side or chast use Ski-.
10I1 3 Porous Plabter. Price 25 cents,
"i ij. Vj. iicuer ana uo.
Croup, whooping cou jh and Broncbi
tiis immediatelj' relieved, by Sbiloh's
Cure,.so!d by B. C. Rebei'aad Co-
Will you suffer with dyspepsia and
liver complaint ? Sbiloh's vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by B. C.
Reber and Co.
That backing cough can b so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We guaran
tee it. Sold by B. C. Reber and Co-
Are you made miserable by indiges
tion, cGDsupauon, aiszsuess, loss 01
appetite, yellow skin? Shiloh's Vita
lizer is a positive cure. Sold by B. C.
Reber and Co- . "
The Rev. George U. Thayer, of Bour
bon. Ind., says: "both my wife and I
owe or lives to 8hi!oh'8 consumption
cure." For sale at Reber's druc-storc
it the visitor ceats himself in one of
theae chairs, he commands a good view
of the hall. High up on the wall op
posite to his view are two charming
portraits of a pair of smiling little las
sies, whoes bright faces look out from
the deep-toned oak naneliiigo of the hall.
Behind him the wide oak et&irs lead to
the wpper story. This is lighted by
stained-glass windows of opalescent hue,
bunches of deep purple grapes encir
cling the central design. The oak stain
ing ia of an excellent desijrn, and the
carving of the balustrades is rcniark-
aoly good. Ic the lefc is a pleasant
room leading from ths hall, where the
soft olive tint of the wood work is bright
ened by touches of gilding in the carved
pstneling ncd decorated eeiling. Here
are heavy braidered draperies over door
and window cf the same tone, Lighten
ed by the needlework designs of paler
colors. Over the mantel a masterpiece
of Van llarcke challenges tho admira
tion of all lovers of art aad fanciers of
the boviae raoe. Great, 3cpy, brown
cattle look comfortably and lazily from
tho large canvas, standing in the thick
green meadow grass Van Mnrcke so
loves to piaat The comfortable ebair
into Yhichouc sinks on entering this de
nary biscuit, and if you bite it but,
no; I will not lot you bite it, for I wish
to see how long I can keep it. But if
you were to reduce it to a tine powder,
you would find that it would absorb a
greater quantity of water than an equal
weight of ordinary flour. Yoa would
also observe that it is very hard. This
you may, perhaps, think is to bo attribu
ted to its great age. But if you imag
ine that its age is to bo measured only
by the years which have elapsed since
the war, you ara greatly mistaken; for
there was a common belief among the
bovs that our hard-tack had been
baked long beforo the commoncoment
of the Christian era! This opinion was
based upon the fact that the letters B.
c. were stamped on many, if not, in
deed, all of tho eraeker boxes. To. be
sure, there wero some skeptics who
shook their heads, and maintained that
these mysterious letters were tho initials
of the pr.me of some army contractor
or inspector of supplies, b'ufe the belief
was wide-spread and deop-seated that
they were certainly intended to sctforth
the era ia which our braad had bon
For our hard-tack were very hard. It
was difficult to break them with the
teeth. Some of them von could not
fracturo with your fist. Still, thero was
aa immense amount of nourishment in
them when oaco you had learned how
to get at it. It required soma experi
ence and ao little hunger to enable oae
to appreciate hard-tack aright, sad it
demanded so small amount of inven
tive power to anderstand how to cool
bard-tack as they ought to ba cooked.
lightful room is first admirable bocauss I rcnember correctly, ia ear section
i mo army we Haa not is man aitoen
different ways of prsparing thorn. Ia
other parts. "I understand, thsy had dis
covered one or two way; bat with us,
fifteea was the limit ot'trw culinary art
whea hard-tack was on tho board.
Oa the march they were xsually not
eooked at all, but eaten ia tho raw
state. Ia order, howeror, to make
them loatewhat ori palatable, you
imply out down a slica of nioe fat
pork, laid tho pork oa yoarerackor, put
a spoonful of bro-n sugar oa top of tho
pork, aad. you had a dish fit 'for a
soldier. Cf course, tho pork had just
earns ont of the pickle, aad was eoa.se
quontlv quite raw. Wnea-we halted
for ocfioe, wa sometimes bad fricassed
hard-tack prepared by toasting them
bofor ,th hot eoai. " When, as was
generally the easa oa a march, our
hard-tack had beaa broken into small
piecos in our haversack, wo soaked
these in water aad fried them in pork
fat, stirring well, and seasoning with
salt and sutler's popper, thus making
what was cocamoaly known as a
"aisay-hashy," or a "hot-fired etew."
Thus yoa see what vast anf' unsus
pected possibilities reside ia this Inno-cent-Iookiag.
square hard-tack lying here oa my ta
ble before me. Tared like this spnei-
mea made a meal, and niuo wero a ra
tion; aad this is what fought tha bat
tle of tho Uaioa. St. JJickolot fur
it is restful, and cecond because it is well
designed and of a pleasing shape. The
warm roee light of tho red crystal lamp
shines oa a tiibie set with the tea epuip
age, and proves that this apartment is
dedicated to the discussion of that cosi
est o hah meals afternoon tea.
Pelting aside a heavy portiere, the
visitor now enters tho largo music room
which leads from the oliva reception
room. Kera ail is white and gold. The
inlaid 2oor ia Etrewa with Tow-ton?d
Eastern earpete, which contrast well
tvith tlsa bright gold ceiling and walls.
The derign of the eeiling is very fortun-
!". 1 i iT r. ?
bus, kmu tu oujie ui m aparimeni is
laost eacoesEf al. A masterpiece of Carl
Befiker's hanging directly opposite the
entrance door, k the most noticeable of
tbo seoessoriea to this room. Again en
tering tite hall, its length is traversed in
order to reach tho spacious diniag-rooai.
Mahogany hero giv-s the kevnots of
cslor, a rich, dap, red wood, effective
in tint, paneling the w.UIj. Tho buffets,
tables aad chairs aro all of the same
wood. Oa eitJcr side cf the wide aro
place, at the far end of tho room, are
xiwrs with brass soroll-work of a good
dasiga, aad above ttK-30 are crystal pau
eled cupboard. A great picture of Dt
Kecvilic's is well piaesd, and lighted by
the two windows vhish lock out upon
the Rivor Charl-is.
Froia the sptciou? dining-room leads
tlc library. "A jisir of large folding
door Hakes it possible to separate the
ap&rt&fnU where the feast of roasoa is
spread lrotn that vrbore a distingnished
xaciabrr cf th.-j cordon bleu publishes
new voiuide cf his works dailv. The
library i;, perhaps, the most attractive
corner of the wliola charming house.
The prevailing color is a warm russet
brown. Tuw1Ij tre hung in deeo;
embossed ieatiier, and paneled in dull
wood. Tiie deojratious of tho ct-iling
arc uaiqua aad most efl'octivo the va
rious marks of the famous old publish
er being artistically rendered iu brown
aim golil c varying snaues. ltia wide
iUvpiace, with ita grate and irons, has a
fsiaous backlog blazing upon ita hearth
aa this feharp spring aveuing. Tho leap
ing jSames shina on tho rows of intorest-
A Santa Fe Kcw Mexican scribe button-holed
Surveyor General Atkinson
yesterday and inquired how ho and
Senator Logan spent tho tim daring
their recent trio to tho American val'cv.
"Otu.-BalIfle, wo nut m tvse time"
very agreeable," and he went on to re
late several interesting narratives.
Twenty miies north of Moore &
It is tho man who never swears
who scares you out of your boots
if once in a lifetime' he does
swear. So far as we can learn,
Washington only swore onc9 du
ring all the eight years of the
Revolutionary war. Butthatone
time counted. It turnod back
me uae 01 retreat, cnangea a
rout into a victory and made
things hum. But the fellow who
swears on all occasions, and
swears hot and c.ld with the
same mouth, the intellectual
pauper who ekes out bis barren
supply of ideas with an abund
ant crop of profanity, whose con
versation is a long chain of mill
priveleges and who talks aa a
beaver works, hijwrearing is
weak, vapid, tiresom disgusting.
So if you want to swear with any
effect, my boy be very seldom
about it. Be exclusive in your
profanity. If yon can get along
without bring it out occasionally
like rare old family diamonds;
don't keep it runningsix or eight
hours aday, like the kitchen
And you won't be offended,
my son but if yon will observe
closely, you will perceive that
young men, boys, fledgelings of
about your own age, swear more
than men. More frequently:
more awkwardly; with less point
and direction, A man becomes
ashamed of it. It belongs to the
cigarette and matinee period of
life, nty boy. It is a habit that
flourishes in the bread and but
ter days, along 69mewhere be
tween the high 6chool undlhe
college, and while the blue rib
bon on tho diploma is bright. It
belongs to what Puck co ptly
calls the "unsalted:! gen-oration;"
the fresh young men. So put it
away and put on manly thiug3.
I know some good men. some
of tho best in the world, who will
confound it, and; even dog-gone
it, ar.dinNew England even a
deacon has besn known, nndera
terrible strain, to "con-demn."
But as a rule, my son, don't do
if., don't swear. It isn't an evi
dence of smartr.cga or worldly
wisdom. Any fool can swear.
And a great many fools do. I,
my eon ? Ah, if I could only
rgarrrernirair i fie"
;sg loi.liinj? bcokc, placed within easy
ifc-acbol therszticr. Boston 2Ycnscript.
WIT Al?i) HU1I0B.
J. WALKER, President
E. Bowejt, Cashier.
Do a 5eupr.1I banking luslne6i. receive
deposit, discounts paper anil buys aud
cells exchange. Bauk: iu center room of
tii Juiae block. Jan 4,liJ3.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK.
Cash Capital, - - $50,000.
Individual BMfllty of etocx holders J0a MO
L. A. CCXVER, President.
A D HOUSTON, Cashier.
TloesaBener.ilb&niinjr businR OlDee;
Room 2ho 5, Opera House, JS'ov 1. S3-ly
B. C McMANIGLE,
At Carlisle's Old Stand, Opposite the Court
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Pays tho Highest Price for jCj
duce. Oct oj,i!
Occupies a Room in the
He keeps a selected stock of ready made
lar watch. Mv friends sucjiested
this aud the doctors advised that,
but one day I 'caught on' to an
'ad' of Parker's Tonic, and tried
it. I have never endorsed a
proprietary medicine before, but
I sliall depart from my rule and
and say tha the Tonic is not
merely the best thing but the
only thing that breaks up these
attacks. All desk workers should
make a note of it."
This preparation, T.'hich has
been known as Parker's Ginger
Tonic, will hereafter be adver
tised and sold simply under jLhe
name of Parker's Tonic. As un
principled dealers are constantly
deceiving their customers by sub
stituting inferior article- under
the name of ginger, and as ginger
jsreanyan unimportant ingre
dient, we drop the misleading
There is no change, however,
in the preparation itself, and all
bottles remaining in the hands of
dealers, wrapped under the name
of Parker's Ginger Tonic, contain
the genuine medicine if the fac
simile signature of Hiscox Co.,
is at the bottom of outside wrap
J Jan 3rd, JSS4-4 wks.
The merchant who sells for cash be
longs to the no-bil-ity.
Net what it is cracked up to be a
wormeaten nut. New York Journal.
Could the pitcher of a basc-bnll team
be spoken of as "the power behind tho
The thief who stole a watch at a pub
lic meeting exensed himself on the plea
that he '-was only taking minutes of the
It is 6aid there are 20,000 spurious
sovereigns in circulation in England.
France has had several, but mo3t of
them have died off.
A young lady, who has probably had
reason to doubt the veracity of tho
male biped, says batches of lies are only
equalled by the lies of batches.
Mrs. Malaprop Eays that tho increase
of moraliiy from Egyptian cholera is
so great that it is hightinie for the doc
tors lo find an anecdote against it.
Wi'iie your pen after using, and it.
will last the longer. Remember, a pen
is saved, a pen is earned. Boston
"Can your wife drive?" ono Somcr
ville mun asked another. "Drive
what?" "Drive a horse, of course."
"Drive a horse! why, man, she cannot
drive a nail."
A young girl who married a Iscw
York dude on account of the lovely
Queen Anne villa he had at Newport,
admits that she sold herself for a mess
of cottage. IiochetUr Posl-Eipress.
A farmer near Jfanayunk, Pa., is very
fond of raw dog meat. There is ono
slight advantage about that kind of
food. You do not get two or three
kinds of dog meat, as may happen upon
Bouts and Shoes
Custom Work a Tpecialty.
ofstvlandat reasonable nrlee.. RoiuJr., BrOUUCllOn 18 HOW exceeding U18
ft'5. Cfcll utii 39 jw. ,
Montana has given tho world
at least $200,000,000 since its dis
covery there in 1SG4. The silver
ing done pr.'.mptly,
Itlistress: "And so vou refuse to rro
'to the door and sav, rXbt at home. "
"Yes, mum; I can't lie like that."
"Dear me, what swindlers those em
ployment agents are. I was told you
had 6crved in respectable families."
"Let us play ws are married,1' said
little Edith, "and I will bring my dolly
and say, "See baby, papa." "Yes,"
replied'johnny, "and I will ssy, "Don't
bother me now; I want to look through
the paper." Harper's Bazar.
Sho was a sweetly inexperienced
housekeeper, as one may gather from
her remark when some ono suggested
that she should purchase spring mat
tresses, "les, sne replied, "if they
are ia season we'd better have 6ome. "
The Harvard "annex" for women Is
eminently successful. Two ladies of a
ciass 01 nve nave oecome engagea to
their teachers, and another ia permit
ting one of the young professors to
swing on her father's gate.
An editorial article in a Philadelphia
paper is headed "A Narrow Aliss." We
at first supposed it must bo something
about Sarah Bernhardt, but upon tec
ond thought it occurred, to us that to
call her a miss would be a mistako.
.Oil City Blizzard.
The 3'oung man who won much glory
because he said he loved his own sister
better than airy other fellow's sister,
was knocked out in the first round when
it was discovered that lie was spending
all his salary on a young woman who
was an only child. - "Men are deceivors
o?x " f'ij. Pom. Traveler. !
Casey'a ranch are located tho "vender
ous salt springs, and after going on a
hunt south and bajjias a deer and
some wild turkeys, the party decided
upon visiting the springs. Here is a ssit
baaia about one mils ia diameter, and
tho waters ebb and flow as regularly as
do the tides of tho ocean. When "the
tide goes out the edgo of tho basin
it shotvs salt instead of sand. In the
midst of the lake are three conical
shaped mountains 100 feet in height by
100 feet in diameter, which are appar
ently composed entirely of cindcr,such
as is left ia any ordinary grate after the
coal is burnt. Oho of "these forms an
island in the middle of the basin, bnt
the others are so situated as to be ac
cessible only when tho tide is out. For
tunately tliis was tho case when the
visitors were there, and actuated by a
curiosity to see all the wonders, they
cnmoea to tne top or one of these moun
tains. It was found to be hollow just
as if an immense funnel had been thrust
into the top and at tho bottom, about
on a level with tho water in tho main
basin outside, was a spring, which they
discovered was possessed of several pe
culiar features. Tho p.rty scrambled
down inside the mountain'and readied
the spring. Tho water is found to be
very strongly impregnated with salt,
and its density so great that a person in
bathing would fina it impossible to sink,
or even stand up in it, or do other than
float upon the service. Tho depth of
the spring is unknown, and this, too,
liko the water ia tho basis, ebbs and
flows with the tide.
The general thinks that by tho use of
a siphon hundreds of 'barrels of salt
could be obtained daily. The springs
consist of a part of about 200 acres,
which have beGa reserved from entry
or sale by tho government as saline
ed for, ineffective ewears I have
dropped along the pathway of my
life, I know that I would remove
stumbling blocks from many in
experienced feet, and my own
heart would be lighter by a ton
than it is to-day. But if you are
going to be a fool just because
What is this?
This, darling, is the opers.
Myl but who are ali these
The audience, my love.
But they seem to be bored to
They are, dear.
Then why do they come ?
To be looked at.
Gracious, is that a pleasure?
Why, how ?
W by, the privilege ecsls about
ten dollars an hour.
Then only rich poplo can af
ford it ?
Only,the immensely rich, dsar.
But I see there a young man
whu is not immensely rich.
How can he nfford it, then ?
Directly he cannot , indirectly
he can. J
'How "indirectly f'
Why, he will eventually make
his Isilor foot the bill.
Thoio funny jieoyle on the
S-h 1 dear, thsy are singing.
Why do theydoet?
Are they unwell ?
Why no, my precious.
Then why does that qner lit
tle gentleman with the short
trousers and tin sword throw him
seh' around aa if he was suffering
from green watermelon ?
Becatjse he is a tenor.
Why is he called a tenor?
H charges tenor fifteen dol
lars a minute for his work.
And the other the lady with
vocal hysterics ?
She is the prima donua.
Is she singing, oo !
But neither of theae people
have any notes.
Yea they hav.
Can, they sing wilhoot these
Yes, thc-y can, but they won't.
Is not the poc? manager a
prat philanthropist to bring all
these people together and pay
them so much
We should thank the poor
manager very heartily.
-MLc-aanuici mp willing to pay
In tbo hlttorR-'.oom ot a winter's rcorn
A r-ai.'a was lorc.
Tho snov.- piled high against wrJI aad door.
Oa Hie n.'jttiiy oik lHiughs the frot lay ho?r:
But the vrarsatS and light surined l!sa tutppj
fio softly pillowed xrlth down and lace.
?-ci fcfliis clashitl o'Jtfrorathe reclinjrppire,
nerdftht t.:u reddaned by many afire:
The eotiHjte gs-.ilfd lor ih-j joy at the hall.
As the pur man ttuswercd the rich maa'3
And hla lot for a day was !es forlorn.
Because a little child was tern.
In the bltforgioezu of a winter's morn
A baho "ps horn.
Tucsr.o-.v pilci I:ih In t!ie narrow rtreet,
'.rrud .'"ii ann :ch'rd by hnrryin? feet;
Ou tf hcartn ilio vicLers ley cold and dead.
Aad the 'Homanwho croucfied oa the damp
Jfuttiid i cii:sc as the dnin'en eport,
Brvi-Iled up to her lair from tne crowded
Riot Tiihout end r,iM'.or within.
To welotmaa wail to it world of sin.
And a j-it-fu! life was t':n inore forlorn,
hccv.-f ft iJttis child whs born,
fn ! nr.UInrrliome acid sun and 1
I01Ie3 )5y the Cars.
Wednesday evening, Decem
ber 20, a man by the name of Pat
Smith was killed by the north
bound passenger train on the C.
H. V. & T. K. R about one-half
mile south of Radcliff station.
Smith had been at Hawk's
station, about three miles south
of Radcliff's all day, and was re
turning home along the track
when the train struck him- Thp
man had been on a Christmas!
6pree, and probably was in a
condition in which one would
not be particular where he made
his bed, or where he walked, and
was taken from time to eternity
in the twinkling of an eye.
Coroner J. J. Shockey, was
teieirranhed to. and went, on the a tin
novr irnin fn fr.Ar.!'A v.-hero fCaist. snd bcauly.andcuUuro and wealth.
........... ...w J..- ...w.. -..i jo .:: (k'ko.-io ;iicpr.'S j;r?.ce to ueaitn;
man Was killed. Gent.e Imluer.rc. thought s.n.1 care,
mi -i , . t . - To lr:r. thehu!;u;to lore and cruTer.
XUe tteceasea IiaU noinmg OI Tbo stately l,eirl.o:ni of rla:.e and blco3,
any-valueou his person an old
knife, an empty pocket book,
and two beer checks, and a deck
of i-ards being his only stock and
We understand that he has a
family of children about Nelson
ville, his wife having been 'dead
some time. McArthur Record.
The unfortunate man formerly
worked at Gore irurHce and was
weli known in our !own. About
a year ago his .wife died, since
which time he became dissipated.
Misses Emily oaumnig and
Nettie McOray are spending the
holidays t Logan. Nelson ville
ccinng Se ntiiiQ
CIBCULATXOX - - 1500:
lw'fc 3 w'ks i w'ks 3 m's Cm's 1 y V
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Cable and
"family," of Logan, came down
last Monday evening to ppor.d
Christmas with the Dr'spai;.!
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cable.
To orcvn ilitt n-er of maidenhood.
Vv"j;h childhood's pearly juuouecce kept.
Oa the fo'ded leaved inhere the sunshine
r-o sweetly and rtehiy formed the cup
iy held, waere tut happy jfirl grew up.
Wbiro "ht-'tr.e" was a vague and empty word
A cr-ziuarw up;
Vhort?.:sh and blow were thoqnly law.
Aad ujrly iuImjo" aIl sbe s.iw;
Wiiei T.-ant ii:i.l ia drew hand in hand.
Hound tl.f) r.auuta :bnt disgrace our Christian
A lovelcw, boaelcso. joyless life. -Of
crimt Rsi wrstciiedtie33, struprse and
Ke"pr a siimpio cf fri tiweit sprtnjr skler.
To sf:ea :ho ll4-h i'i t)!-; vrjK younrfeyes;
Or drop o peace ia tiio poioncd cup
Lite heli, nncre the rcci. vSi girl grew up.
Ou a ruuireer evo cs tuc low sun set,
A oraan die-1,
Attiic c'.osnof alor.tr asdtrannuil life.
Honored aid jrunnlec, mother aud w:ft
V.'hh jrontie lisnds i rjoso Tvorl: vss dor.b.
And gentle bead wl.f.ae crown was won,
Vfith child renV child ron at htr kiiee.
And friend who watched her reverently;
Know injr srr uitniory would remain,
Tre:'sar-d by rief. tout scarce was pain,
v'i:b iior iiesrt's, dearest ut her Bide,
Clccia and bic-iscd, the woman died.
inch $1.00 S2.00 J2.50 15.00 S6S0
2 ineh 2.00 5.75 .00 T.10 9.0U
3 inch 3.C0 3.75 5X0 9.00 12.C0
4 inch S.50 5.50 6-5l 10X0 H.C0
3 inch 4.00 7.00 8.00 12.fS0 IC.fO
V col. 5X0 ,50 10.00 15.0(1 20.ro
J col. T.fij ; 1O.C0 11.10 1K.0O 25.ro
i4 col. S.Ofi I2.CO 14.00 CO.OO S3.G0
1 CCl. 10.00 1,17,C0 2(1.00 S5.C0 55.00
Business carda of five lines or less SG per
deatht.aml church aud benevolent societ;.
notlces inserted free. Any additions to
obituary notices will be charged 5 cents rtr
Local business notices 10 cents per line.
SUBSCRIPTION $2 .00 PER TEAR
On a Sunny'R eve as the low sflc set,
A woman died.
Phe f...d focrhtthofftllins-CrhtsoIonff.
n-i ; ii'wjsfrur: snd hard, and atrony.
, 3 .: r fsiitli. ."hMit a prayer.
I v ii- i !jm to uld a: none to care;
C, ' - tirioo i,.i. tjj pajro,
' i J"r r. :-perte ; . w UiUiso7e ??e.
Dr. retnrned yesterday morn:;. Tr-Ni407SVhiaco'
v. ;.i. ,.(. a unu to ::vn cr save,
iV:,f-.r::tahop5 noyocitre gmve.
'i'r.Ki! in tc Iiiseic tue-ia'a niFblcjr tldo,
Ca:a jtirned, ucssUsd, lao woman d:ed.
but h3 wife and little girl
mained for a more extended vis
it. Nelsonville News.
him any sum he chooses to ask,
Certain iy, dear.
Ke is so disinterested.
Very, my love.
We should likewise bo vcr'
gratefnl to lhatescited little gen
tleman with the ebony slick, who
looks like he were flapping his
The Toledo Sunday Jotirr.s
says : Jay Gould says tnis coun
try i not vet read'' for irvc
trade. This means that Jay
Gould is not ready for it. Prob
ably he will be if he live? thirty
years longer, aa he will own
the moat of the country by that
time, as the oid thing works now.
Ar.d woir al", ck,n. runs the kindly cred!
V.h. :si riddle aZ life 15 h.rd to read.
Ail Tae Year Around.
Arli"2cial ice which si3 produc
ed by vaporized ammonia, is
turned out in slab eight inches
thiok by twenty-two inch'-" wide
and Bix fcat long, weighing 350
pound. It i mde at a t:ost o'
.$1 per ton.
einer men nave uesn. on. mv
o., , -.u.,4 .. ....-..1 .i.i. winira and trvmcr to crow?
auu, ill J cuil, KU4V bIJ ttWlUi, WIlUb
Q nnlnuA 'I wh.t a llnnnlftad Vtnl t Jt C.
ycu will be.
... .. . ap i m . .. ...
Ed:s3"i m xi Qpnz'or,
Sdlwn used to wrrkthc other end of
a circuit with mo," says a telegraph
operator iatervicwed ia tho VicKsbnrg
Herald, "and I kner him when ho was
iu Memphis soma thirteen or fourteen
years ago. Ho always looked ratty aad
never spont his money on clothes, but
the reaoa was that he was always tink
ering with some saw contrivance or
other, and spent his money Ja paying
for material to work out his invention.
He used to take press in Memphis. He
was as fast as they mako 'cm, and his
oopy never gave a telegraph editor a bit
of trouble. lie had a way whilo wait
ing for copy of drawing Jr.ricaturcs. il
lustrating the character of csws iio vas
getting, and putting thorn along in the
spaces ox the copy he sent into the presj.
This made one of the papers up there, I
forgot which, red hot, and it opened oa
him and had a good deal to do wita his
being nrau by tlia manager. Edison
dida't want the fool editor to print his
funny pictures in his telegraphic news.
Ha only draw them for his own amius
meat. Whea he went to iJoiton with
ms yeiiow linen oreyenes on m t.io mid
dlo of winter, tho mas ago r ct th-j office-,
Sadinz ho wa? an expert, hired him to
keen the repoators in order. Edison
worked a part of two day, and then
was caught by tho manager of tho office
fooling witlisome contrivance cf his own.
Thought I hired you to keep those re
peaters ia order,' said tbo manager.
Xou did,' said Edison, 'bnt I've put a
kusk or fwo into tiiem that will make
ihera keep thcmelres in order.' From
that day bis fortune was made.1'
idea is'thalJjtggit'g slionld.be annenalis-
ed; and'.5wH agrees with "A JFather of
Fivo Yorag Sons' "Give them an edu
cation antLi JEUDlirJiJrsrl'VQW -'''.
COMM UKIC ATE.
Oa Tuesday, Dee. 25, Mr. Pa
ter Bowers, of Swing, was very
agreeably surprised by more
than half a hundred cf his many
friends gathering in to remind
him of its being his fifly-thir.i
birthday. The arrangements
were perfect, and it was eo man
aged that Mr. Bowers was not at
home, but whea the guests wero
assembled, lir. Phillip Hansel
went and brought him, under
tae pretext tiiat ha had a visitor
''from town " Mr. B, wrs com
pletely taken in, and inquired of
some oi tho memo ers of the fam
ily how long they knew what
was going to happen. Although
thecvictim of the afiaifr, he seem
ed to enjoy h:mself as well as
the rest. One great attraction
was the dinner such a dinner,
oh, dear! Cakes, pies, chickens,
mercy! chickens; pjes cakes-
scars ana 6tarsi un well, we
can't describe it for even the la
dies said that they never before
saw such a :able. Miss Biehaut,
of Logan, furnished the assem
bled "haweaters" a variety of
most excellent music, which
made the occasion much more
The day was pleasantly spent.
and not until the sun was low
did we depart,, wishing Mr. B.
many more birthdays all as
pleasant as the last. Nobody.
Killing alligators for their skin
and teeth employs a large force
of men in Florida, who have en
gaged to furnish 500,000 skins to
a French tannery in a given
Chicago ladies who own their
sealskin sacques have a receipted
bill pinned to one shoulder in
order that they may be distin
guished from their sisters who
merely rent them for an occasion.
Over ten thousand women are
engaged in tho shirt and collar
manufactories at Troy, N. Y.,and
thejiay-rol! of ono concern alone
averages-gljjQQ nejr da
It is said that a number of Ar
izona mining companies are abou'
to adopt tho electric light to fa
cilitate operations under ground
as'well as on the surfaco.
ci TsuSmti "ffon Had to Say (frs: a
Thirteen women afcd ons man occu
pied seat's in a street-car comimr down
tov.'n on Saturday. The old. conductor
was lust tolling how half-a-dozen of the
boys had retired with fortunes after an
experience of only two years on the line,
whea tho driver wound up hw br.ike,
?nd brought the car up with a jerk.
The old conductor shoved up his sleeves,
forced his hat down hard oa the back of
his hetul. cleared the back platform with
a botiRti. and rn :p forward to s;o
A"! th Tiv-men inside I
v.":iat v; B
the CEr ,:
A stitch in time must make the
old chap feel sew-sew.
Politicians go up the ladder of
fame by the rounds of drinks.
There's much talk about fisher
man's lies, but how can a man catch
I fish properly without line ? v
I It 1ms been rumored that a large
amount of freah jokes were found,
canned up in the hold of Noah's
Matches are now so cheap that tho
man who borrows your pipe and to
bacco would scorn to ask you for. a
The difference between a besotted
man and a pig 3 a slight one at best
One's a hunting, grog and the oth
er's a grunting hog.
Mr. Fitzgerald, of New York, has
won the championship by skinning
ten lambs in thirty three minutes,
and thinks of challenging Jsy
They say that figures won't lie,
but ono is irc'.ined to doubt the old
saw when he looks upon the figure
of a fashionably dressed woman,
A Philade'phia tailor advertise
''Imported English Clothing.'
And thepity of it is, he is not obliged
to import English dudes to wear it.
Whon a noct TUV'srcs a long-
tuo in:n-i:i7ss.':i bog.i.
YVev. it's a rr.nr nor.;'
ot:e woia:i5, Iv-Jki'ur around at th
"So it m," said another, "and he's
fallen down a hole."
'Poor thing! and tho cart baa run
ofer sum, too:"
"Yes, and if he's fallen flown a holo
they'll havo .-. hard time to get hinuip."
"Xo, ho hnsn'i fallen wii- terfcr
IIij Xiliu dov.
e:.t, snd then- winded poem, does he measure it by
r,,..i. :.?: the g3 meter? rihnt would be a
I - .i.tr.-i.l.
c oua-'frooa 07 ia uei in lue -worus mat
. n v
There arc sea-captain3 who pro
fess to believe that sharks will not
touch a human being, but when
asked '" .'T'Vfl.a poor shark-a-ehano-
"Liberty" street, in Miiled.-e.-
He often succeeds in quite
drowning the prima donna in a
torrent of fiddling ?
Yes, dear, that is hia buaines?.
These people in the boxes seem
to bo very tired.
They are trying very hard not
But I thought peoole wjnt to
the opera to hear the music ?
That was in the dctrk ages.
What is music?
Music is a harmonious cembi
naiion or succession of certain
kharps, flats and naturals.
What is a sharp ?
A sharp, my dear, ja a well,
do you remember that gentle
man we passed in the lobby with
the buttery smile and corpulent
pocket book ?
Why, that wss the manager.
Yes, my sweet.
Well ? .
He is a sharp. '
And what are flats ?
Look in the bagniores aud sec
And a natural ?
1 he young man you spoko of
who spent his iitf le all for a seat-
He is a natural what ?
ville, Ga., leads from the peni
tentiary lo the cemetery.
Two Navada cattle kings are
worth $100,000 eacii, and one of
them signs his name "X.''
Stoe! rails are now selling for
loss money in this country than
they command in any foreign
The distilleries in Kentucky, it
is stated, will make only one
half the quantity produced last
A WISE AWAKE DfiGGGIST.
Sir. P. Harrington is always wide
awake in his business, and spares no
pains to secure the best of every ar
ticle in his line, lie has secured the
agency for the celebrated Dr. King's
JSew Discovery for Consumption.
The only certain cure known or
0 o n s 11 m p t i o n, Coughs. Colds,
"ioareeness, "Asthma, Hay Fever,
bronchitis, or any affection of the
broat and Lungs. So:d on a posi
(' 'e guarantee. Will give )'ou a
Trial Bottle free. Regular size 51.
Mch 23, 18831 vear.
"Oli, tho poor horse. 1 wonderif he's
"I do bolFove he's dead."
"So. !--a isn't dead. Just see him
wsz his ttil."
"Why do.iH the men back the cart off
'Tiier can't; don't yon see he's fallen
..T ,T.-P 1 , . .
--. t ve. u.u, heo Biicn n jazy sec 01
men. v ay aon l they uo something?
1 just Tish was a man."
"Why don't they cut the harness?
Did you cvtrV
"I don't bslicve a single ono of them
has got a knife. Oh, just hear that con
Thpn thnrn nrns npioa ?n thn - fnt- n
j moment. The harness was unbuckled,
and tno oft conductor and a half-a-dozen
men seinr-d the cart and rolled it oil
the track. The women watched all this
ia silence, and the solitary man in the
corner went to sleep. Then they broko
they retire on their dignity.
The bagj-age agents of the United
.States have just held their annual
convention, bnt the report f haf they
all went on a big trunk a resurar
Saratoga, as it were, should -bo
"All thing3 come to him who
waits," sadly remarked a tramp as
he dodged a britkhat and shuffled
over the fence just in time to escape
the eager jaws of a blear-eyed bulldog.
"Weli, Ihey J.nvs dono it at last."
"Ob. just set that man kick that poor,
poor horse. Isn't it just too bruti for
"I do believe he 1".? dead. Thoy can't
ms.:e turn stir ons r-;t.
They r. ill kick his ribs in, just S3
"See that atcf;:l man with the whip.
I ' just wibh the poor horso would bid
"Thero, now ho is getting up. Y7e!l,
did yon ever seo such r. looking thing?
I c?obcliove ho wa3 too weak to standi".
"V.Thy, yoa can almost see through
"They oughtn't to let such a lookino"
hcrsc as that out. He 3 enough to scare
"itC-J; if I'd known he was such a
shsdow as thai I wouldn't havo been
wasting my sympathy "
Just then the oM conductor r.mg the
bell and the car started off down the
street with r. ruh. Tho man in the
corner woke up, and the women settled
1 oaci in tneir re.iirt. and watched the
A well improved farm, of fifty
fir.rnq. 91- rutins Wpst. nf Tnis.
ter. O.on the Zanesville and!fc?r. "ntil-!n5tl.ilernie.ft baI
Mavaville pike road; well water- -"f '
' . . .j a .1.-
ea; n w builciings; possession giv
en immediately ii desired
further particulars call on
. . .. . . I - 7
unuersignerl, o miles nortuwes ercvenms. no had two overcol3
i Politciicas r.l"rs t.v.. A vn'inr
j ol j Isdy Diet a very gn;irnutRtr man on r
t:ie 'friend's doorsttn In Xew Yort thontn.
Sidney Smith" once described a
man as so dry that if you were to
bore holes in him wi th a gimlet
sawdust would orae ouc.
Of all classes of people the pro
fessional irr.tve robbers ere tho
most despised. He rob- na of our
dear friends for a few dollars How
different ia this new grave robber.
Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, which
robs graves of thousands of con
sumptives. This uncqualed remedy
for cough, colds and consumption
whooping cough, croup and all
throat and lung diseases, subdues,.
and conquers these troubles speedily
eifely and thoroughly. Trial bot
tles free, of B. V. Keber & Co.
April 19th, 1SS3 1 yr.
of Lancaster, or address
J. R. KRAKDT,
saved his life bv
Bottle of Dr
his arms, but ho opened the door so
( politely and bowed her in so courteously
j thst o could not create r. coiduess by
! asking why Juj carried if.h a superflu
i ity of cioth'ng. )tit whon her friend
1 croteslod hoc igaantn.e of the polite
Ilu'chinson y?mS aD. sooa , glan :e sbont
,e ki5 befa t.i; ii.i! tr. tri;ti!!,r unclwiir
-inga i-GYV Mo oo:a:4 tn Jior and h:i .-nfr.-i?
32c 15 led a. True Aiuerfctm.
Why does tht gentleman r!so in
iiis seat ?
Because he gots out at the nest
But we have not got near the.
nest station yet.
I beg yetir pardon. Prom aa
American point of view, we are ery
near it; it is less than a mile a way
See, he rushes wildly toward tho
door, and now he is on the platform.
Is he not in danger ?
The only danger that he dreads
is tho danger of losing one quarter
of a second.
Ah, we are almost at the station,
now. Will ho not wait until the
cars stop ?
o, indeed; that would be-a waste
of precious time.
There he goes ! Good heavens I
He has fallen ! Tho cars have run"
over him I
Yes, sti-h things frequently hap
pen iu America; but you know
when one is killed, half a. dozen
men jnmp off successfully. The'
chances of death are onlv one in sic
They have picked him up. His
lips move. He id speaking.
Ye; he s?ys. "1 die a irueAmcri
ean.'" Boston T: an.-cript.
Boys playing about a haystack
near La' )ro .c, Wis , last vreek,
Dispovnrv irr !niiaifmiif?nii tv.i 'v.? !i!r. rf Tirv- ' ff - wi I
cau'ed him to procure a largo hot- jd.-?"? w:lJ '"v?i wurcnirs of !ii ! discovered the emaciated, btii living
tie, that completely cured him. when 'viajtia the htue a? ubuat Si00 worth orm of Louis Anderson, ft ap-
Doctors. change of climate, and!"!
everythingetse had failed. Asthma, j
nronciutis, Jioarseness, cevereldres,
Coughs, and all Throat and Lung ;
diseases, it is guaranteed lo cure !
The "week of prayer."' will be
observed by union msetm.s of the
M. E. and Presb'y churchos of this
place, beginning Jan. 7lh, Monday,
Tuesday aud Wednesday overlings,
at the Presbyterian church, Thurs-,
day,Priday and Saturday evenings
at the M. 13. Church. Services be
gin promptlv at 7:15.
C. C. Hart,
O. W. Burns. Pastors.
frHLo rears the stack fcll on
howerer, tt -fora'tni hh prisnt ail-! Isim November IT'li, and (hat ha
J- ri-r.( K.a. tiiai. nVfi .it-nn 1 I --1 el
I IlS-Vi UVtll IUC4& UWi curwvf tutuuu
wenther, without food
a more skeleton.
ind it is beljove'X
. .... j , 'some severe
: h irrprto. wi'icn aas none rooui
trial nottles tree at h. h.irnn-tt)n ! --;,.o ,- t: n wiiik. -n nnw im nnviicr. Lie is
Drug Store. L'H'ge size. 5;1. 00. nied in :..-ilitat . the removal cf great )Ut ab e to speak,:
Feb. 15,-1 yr. acci:i'ju'.stjcr.3 of snow. Ihe invention .,, ,..-v-
' . o.a-m.l HI . t-? I 4 1 i 1 t- a lt
ip't 4h&" ji
Those two words have a vast
meaning when fully comprehended.
A perfect siicce,3 can he Jtruthfulh
applied to Dr. Jones' Red C'ove'i
Tonio, which cures dyspepsia hilh us
ness, costiveuess all diseases of the
kidneys, liver and bladder. It is:
perfect tonic and blood purifier; it
keen the skin cleu- and bright.
dnvt'is away pimples 'nd makes t lit
is exiled truatii.r lorpeuo
It consist, of ajiparatus to bo applied
to locomotive., bv means of which.
when tlu locomotive is pushed into a S
THE TPr.K TEST.
If a man is hungry within
n torpedo is exploded ; t.nl, raora0r L?S3 after a meal he is
:igai:i.t a thicg-olock, so that a snow- dvS,ep, ic it shov.a hjs stoniach ,
oankwi'l be .haltered. Ihe engineer - ' l, ,. e - . , , ,,
:A the loeomoUe hits complete control "(jt l? to d,3is0"e snathe hS
of the tiring, and, hy .uece.sivo explo-' eaten, but to cat again and tints im-.
sioii". raay'advaBCo ihrouga the thickr pose more work, i -.tbstndity. -c2-,'
ot dr-i'.s." i Dr. Jones' Be! Clover ToukS which 1
general health excellent.
j cents, at Keber & do.
Ferhans'il.e deepest cord mine on this ' cs dyspepaia. and 11 stomach
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continent is at Pottsviiie, Ta. The ivcr, Kiuiisy .m n;i.ici wuuumj
shaft is l,..7t feet ileep nearly a taint itisa penect ujihu, nppeiizer. ouok.
Price 5( 'of a mile. Every day during the busy purifier, a sure euro for ague
season -00 cars, containing four ton3 -nilrtfi disn:i5P? Pr'rtf.Pcfifi'is.W
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racu. are bene irom ueiow to uic pp'r.
world, the time of- each trip being a lit
tle cvw a miuiiti1.