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The Plymouth Republican.
PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 14, 1879.
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T. A. BORTON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OBee la Post m Bh k. Dwelling oa Kaat Side
Ss.u'h M' - iStfii. street,
FLY MOUTH. INDIANA.
Or. J- M JENNINGS
IHIYSK'IAN AND SfKGEoN. office with
Dr. N. Sherman over Lauer" s Htore. on
Mi.'hiicii:i -tr'-i'T Plymouth. Ind. Ites-idonce
n Center street, opposite Catholic church,
By virtue of an order of sale ai d a ieeraa
The Beautiful iiate.
W iHak, we write of the loved and lost,
v bo have ifone to the land above.
Au I the mints of the rii-r of death are er
By the rainbow of their lov
of firelo-ure ..f mortgage issued out of the i 8a:1: h7,rU ttr 1 h"" a?d cot'
off! e of the elerk. of tlie Marshall Cin ult I To pill aoroe dreamle. bea.l.
of the Saint .I,-o:,l, I'nnn v s vim.- Hunk Ami oor uariiiir are uoi aean.
and against David Nwigart ami Margaret . . . ... .,w. t..
wigart. 1 will offer for sale at pal lie aue- Tla wj B 1 lj K !
And the g. am of their anowy robe we see.
When the earth grows dark with wrong.
We fed the touch of a vanished hao.
That tbriMed la the day ol yore.
AM AS A JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW . I'rorupt attention given
to coilectioua, atttlcai.-at ol u-celent" tstatea
am gtardiauaoia, tkrorfp, tuor gage?, ird other cou-
-raeta drawn ap ana acuno vie t" - ten
Saturday, August 30th, A.
between tho hour of ten o'eloek a. m.. and
I four u'eloek p. m . at th door of the court
' hoMse. in I'lvmntith. Marsha"! enuntv. InJi
: ana. ai the law direct the following tieserib
' ed real -täte, to-wit:
The north half t.I-2. west of the reserve
And lea 'a ua oa to the attmmer laud,
W here they live for ev r.imre.
W peak wV-n the work of day Ii dane.
Of the dawuing bv an t-by.
And numbiT oar treasure, one by one.
lu unt father house on hi.u.
P O. JONES.
Attorney at Law A Notary Public
Prompt attention given to ail claims and eol
aeüons left In hin ear.. Offl.'c in corner ol
wear's brick block Plymouth Ind.
C. H REEVE.
ATTORNEY AI IJkW. Located In 14.
Collections atid conveyancing a spei
adty. Buys ünd sells real estate on comiuis
lion. Insurer then and property in A. 1 eooi
jnlea. Desirable mil estate for m!- in the
itr aod adioiniDC. Novi-7S
liaivexeeptiaf fhe wtm eichty no acrea ol AnJ,," we ."r',t 'hn cou,p-
DR I. BOWER.
1)HTSR,1AN AN V 8LTIGE0N, will be
pleaaed to rf -iuvo patieutM at hi ofM(-,
Nu.il MfUiuixn j'ri'ct. whore he may
s-i-ti'.n number thirty f -ur '3. in township
auanbcr ttnrty-three xv north, ranice num
ber one I i I ea-t. eoataJniag nc hundred and
tJiirteen ami one half Mil l T aerea. more or
:ite in Mar-hall county. Indiana, to Um
h Ich eM biiii-r for casa. without reirard to
i pr.il-- ment laws. Miije t to redrinidint.
JOHN V ASTLEY.
Sheriff of Marshall Ctunty.
W. Ii Hess. plfTs att y.
Of the me, tin;: there will be
Wher" the gool and beanttfal all go home.
To the dry be youtl the sea.
DEACON GRINDER'S EXPERIMENT.
BY K. II W.
"I hope the children haven't been
any trouble to you, Miss Peck?" said
Deacon Grinder, as bia one-horae
T,- i'lrl.,n .-.f . I f .. .. I.. I
biMied um I ih office o; the Clerk ol chane drew up od the green in front
llf Mar-hall Cir. uit Court, to nie ilire.-t- nf m:hi) I,iU..iM P..r.lf'-
-.1. on m indarment in tavor of Orlan.lo OT "188 1 Ulli cm feelt a House.
U 11 . . I I 1 . . t ... . i ...... i ' in waai a .
If abaent. hi- resideuce beimc at the ume g.u. JSS otlnZilSdSi m Ul ftH mW9'
July it irr sm vYiliMUB Jaooiiy. I wilt off r for aM at nVHr to greet the portly wi.lower.
- Tj "j . ia 1 B "The little darlings!" cried she, ef-
IH G WIUKGH SlMIIMV A'lfl1!!! SO L D 1B79 lively. "Trouble, indeed! Why,
ttJttSTeSSSZ mljfiW ÖÜ, A. il.. 103 ZZZ how you talk! If. a pi
nature, en i i.-aae. ol u oaieu ai.(u niairen. - on between the hour- of ten nek a. m.. and ti..ö lo.. n i , .. . .. T
ao.tatiou tree a imi Mrkily t'outtilei.tial in il rae..-. ; fouro - kx k p. m., at the door of the eouit
All proitavii iih: can to me coui.iry w in r. t- o- ! b'Un. in I'l moll t II.
pron:pl attebilou tav or nitflit.
nie. hrot.ir rat treated .-ainnl;i Iruaa 9 1
l.arcra rt tot: i
o i p ai. 1 pptak both i.ermau and tnglish. 1
lire ocr Lsurr' Huir. m Mn li.un H'nt. 1' -i
leac. 4me rquare eaei oi I'ai ker Huum', 1 raoath,
Jnii-.ona. :iiiT. inj
Mar-hall county, Indi
ana, a- tin- law dtreeta, t Ii . - folio witnf Oe-eri li
ed real estate, to-wit :
Ail ÜM riht. title and interest nf said
William J.ieuby iu and tu lot nuin-
b'T IIP -one lip and lot niimlK -- lifiv-
two (5"j in the tuvn of Independence.
Jr rm a i af diOvc ; aar-na:: e..unty. ami Sta'e of lnliaia i n. . .
ATTORNEY S AT LA v. . Notariet Fubuc andn ami platted bv John Cottle. June ttB. Mk.
Authorized Wart laini .Vxent; unicee at .situate in Mr-hall eoaatf Imliaua. to the
hourbuii tuid l'liuoaui. imliana. L-i Ml hiatbex I bidder for -a-h. nubjeet to a.prais.-
aacuuoL nm'B uj i no eianiiii 1 i noruuruu" inent luws, uinl sut,je"t to ri l"initon.
pany have proved a failure."
"What do you man?" said Miss
Mahala Ann. curiously eyeing him
over the top of her spectacles.
But the deacon only shook his
head and smiled.
"Time will show," said he, "time
The news that Deacon Grinder was
wrecked in Mariposa silver ruining
stock flew like wildfire through the !
peaceful community at Fitchville
"Well," said Miss Philena Pock, "I
"Ho never bad no judgment in
money matters." said the Widow
"I've thought all along that he was
living too fast," said Barbara Bow
"Those poor little children, what U
to become of them?" said Naomi !
The Btkt day the deacon made Lis
appearance at Miss Peck's home
Stead, pale and rather shabby, with a
child in each band aod one following
"Miss Peck." said h, "I suppose
you have heard the news?"
"Yes," said Miss Peck, looking vin
egar and tack nails. "If it's your
failure you meau."
"1 think of going to California,"
said the deacon, "to see what I can
do, and if, in the meantime, you couid
lie induced to give my children a
Pea and SrlMr.
It is stated that Oltinagni, the cap-
A Remarkable Man. ttloamr tirala Prospects in t.ermanr. at from six to ren dollars per new
One of the most remarkable men j The New York Evening Poxt has a The corret-pomlent furnish s a car. ful
alive, says the London Sunday Times. private letter from a gentleman in Hnd elaborate estimate of the product 4 it!l 0- c-ishm re crdli arily cont In-
aWAMWAAK !). 1 I I M i w-a I at aa . a 9 '
mm ocrn Huueu to me roil or mem- i Eastern fjermany, who says there years or four tho sand cow-,
bers of Parliament by the election of j has been no summer, but rain nearly including th ir first con of $72,000.
Col.O'Gorman Mabon for the County
Clar. It is doubtful whether, out
eide the record of Munchausen and
every day. "The thermometer in my The total product in this period is es
room ranges 69 to 75 dep. In some timau .1 at fTM0,'.)52. and the profit or
places harvesting has begun, but tin- increase on ihe seventh year uloue.
his many rivals, there is to be traced I less we have some warm dry weather f-öl 7'J2
more extraordinary career than that ! soon much of the grain must rot in
iny; 300,(NH) inhabitants, has only HO
000 since the famine.
cf the gallant patriarch who has re
turned his seat in the Imperial Legis
lature aft. r a twenty yearfe' interval
of absence from it But it I a longer
Not (ironing Vorc.
Is the world grovNin' wuis ?
the fields. On our way leceutly to'
and from the mountains (two diff.-r-
eni route?; we observed that at least do uot think so. All observing in-
! half of the wheat we passed was lying tcliigent men know that the world.
tune than that since the Colonel en-i flat and tangled in the field, beaten however appearances couiiailict it,
tered Parliament. He was elected in own and broken by daily rain grows steadily better. O.e reabou of
1S30 by the constituency which adop- j storms. All will be difficult to cut the coutraiy seemiug true is that we
ted him again last Saturday, after . and some must rot or sprout before haye taeiiliet for gathering all the
tataiao. coiiveyain'lnK, and the collection of
Boldler Claim for Pension.: will attemi
promptly u ail professional business -n-truated
to IlMiav und pnaeliC" tu Marshall and
adjuiainx cotnties. y ata office oa (taao
eirjet at Waas Mich brau and Center afreets,
üourbon oill m t Wirror iTintinx offi'- i'tl
I HN V Ai'LKY.
Sheriff. I Mai shall County.
M. A. O. Paekaid. plff- arty.
G. R. CHANEY
TORNKY AT LAW
should like to keep them a week."
The deacon smiled aud shook his
"Thut would be a little too much."
said he "Come, children jump into ,
the wagon." "O, dear, no!" said Miss Peck. "I
And the three apple cheeked llttL- never could get along with a pack of
Grinders-two girls and a boy were j children ! I dare say you can find
kissed and hugged, and lifted) into 1 80me orphan asylum or place of that
the wagon by the beaming spinster. BOrt, by inquiring around a little."
"I shall be ao lonely when they are Miss Peck sat so very upright, and
gone," she said. "I do so dote on ' glared so frightfully out of her light
children! R member, darlings, that j hue eye8 at the j acorif tliat he wag
rXcuurf ia Oie ft v.
v r Becke- S.
AW. Will prart: -- in all the By virtue of an od r of . a a de.-re the gooseberries will be ripe next fain to beat a rett oat as soon as Doa
e. Office iu ireeler Mock, of foreclosure of mnrtKftirc issued out of Iba , - ... . I
my pmia an, I awNdh. I offlce of the cl rk m the Marshall CircaU and your own Peck will be 8jble.
nearly fifty years. In the Interim the
Colonel has amused himself 'with
o her than political pursuiU. He has
fought eighteen duels, in six of which
he wa wounded by the enemy's fire,
in seven ot which he plnced his man.
and in five of which honor was satis
fled without hurt to either principal.
His affiiiia of honor were but trivial
episodes in tbe etraogely-varied aod
adventurous? career of tiie member
He began public life In 1H28 over
half a century ago -as one of that
"Fighting Brigade" whose duty and
delight it was to support, at fifteen
paces or so, whatever Mr. Daniel
O'Conn U said of a political or per
lt can be secured. Adding to this the news in tho world - an evil makes
immense amount of grain and other news while good does not- and re-
food crops destroyed by inundations sentiog it in a single day. When we
last month, and it looks as if America take up the journal, the villiany of
would be called upon to feed Oer the entire civilized globe is thrust
many as well us England and France upon our attention; whereas, only a
X he accounts from Kus- few years aco. we trot it in fraizinent.a.
The St. Louis republican says the
j iron interest in that eiry has experi
enced a revival, aud the present pros
pect is better than for many years.
The Cincinnati CoTi'wtercta.' says the
Democrat! powed the wind at tha ex
tra session of Congres, and the
whirlwind will be ripe In October.
An Irioh editor says " lhat In The ab
sence of both editors, the publishere
have succeed d In securing the servi
ces of a gentleman io tdlt the paper
The yield of wheat in Huntington
, county is pronounced marvelooe,
many farmers realising 40 bushels to
the acre. O.her crops are suffering
The Indiana rVwtr again urges
sia are also not very encouraging. Of at interval!, and often but a email t l,ie fiir'uel8 10 sell tasir wheat as soon
rye the crop will be below the aver- porttou at most. Another is that, s ,,u'y 8el il threshed, believing ic
dge. Id Podolia and Volhyriia the during the peiiods of commercial wi" Pay ,hc,u iter iu tbe long rua
ield of rye will be very short. In dullues and BKHBearavy pressure, , 'hnu to hold it.
the govtrnment of Pultowa, noted men, driven to their wits end to i The H publican p irty itood by sil-
ror its usually large yield of rye, the avoid failure in business, art, tenipt- i ver in its darkest daya. At a time
prospect is little better. Although ed in a hundred ways that they would i when the Democrats were denouncing
the harvest will not equal that of a not be in prosperous times. Moie-i gold and silver, and assert lug that
fairly good year, the outlook for over, their irregulat ities am hidden neither bad any Intrinsic value, a Be-
wheat is slightly better in some of by subsequent success, while, wi h publican Congress pass-ed the resump-
the governments, but in Kieff there continued btrain und stäfföafloii. I tt-D bill, which made an opening
sonal antagonist. Then he went into j are some fields that will scarcely re- their misdeeds are forced Into light
WILLIAM B. HcSS,
TTOESL A N L COl N.sELOK AT LAW.
JOHN S. BENDlW,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
AÜD POTASY PUBLIC,
MLCOBT tlOCK. PLYMOUTH. IND
Bavelal attention riven to the sett
augl-;yt . Court, to me direi-ted. cn n j uxment m favor
I or lohn fcnT-i. adiu ins rator of the estate of
I Johanna K Mueller, d a-ed. and jur.ii'is
Chat lea W. Mnellr, M irr Mteller. Caprlea
F. Mueller. Catharine Mielier. William '.
ilasl mir.-r and Anna Haataitffsr, 1 will off' i
for MBB a' public aactioa, on
Saturday. Anirust 1 6th, A.
only too happy to see you again."
The Widow Clapp came hurrying
OBI as the chaise rattled by, with a
tin p iil iu her hand.
"Dear me. Deacon Giinder." said
He k u"cked next at the Widow
Ciapp's door. A slip sbod servant
maid opened it.
"Is Mrs. Clapp at home?" he asked.
A head was thrust over the stair
she, "you are alw ys in a hurry. Do railing, and the widow's shrill voice
stop a minute, can't you? Here's a J cried out:
iii'lf'.iftti tli . Iioiiranf f.o, V.. lr.L- t m an.l
TTzl 'nfc four o-e! ... k p m. a: Iba door of the court puii of our new honey in tho comb. I 'Its that Josiah Giinder with bis
-ad partitiou ut UihU; also UV collection ul V J -.o, .. V. .
rUua and foreclose of uiurtgav.tt. Keiuittan. ,':., " "," ,v'
The south-west aoartwr of the south
east quarer " 1 of section numher seven i7.
and the north-, ast i'iarter i I of the north
A. C. afc A. B. CAPRON
A f-.fj-irntr Rt. f!niinsA lors ' uum-r ..i -e-tioi, dahtnen ns
w exeeptten ; : i res In i sq'iara .u- of the
jl.1l LAW 1 mi th-we-i eo m-r of Iii-n., mi aresl quarter
REAL ESTATE ACLT8
. PKIC8 A. L. A i K. CLK It's Ö1A K.
ra fLTtMI TU. IND.
OR. J. M. CD.MrER.
Pi oleisional Sei vicep
At Uie N IK i!t.e.
Over Po3 a. Chapman's Drug Store
lU-wuKnr. uu llirtilira.. Street
' JOHN C. KUHN,
1 14' of the north-east quarter i'h of aecttna
lot 111 hir . i i' 'it II In m'I Ii. T i i tk' it j. 1. i .. niii.il....
fourui ooith range number taree tä deacon, Iiis face shining all over with
aat, ! . m rr i , i i
saimiae ioij. xiautisome 11 a- nauu-
Hituatc In Marshsll eountv, I iiWsaa. to the
highest bl hier for eash, without rKt il to jyi
liraisvmeut laws, ouojo'-tto rtutemetioa.
JOHN V. AHTLET,
SS-t: ff of Har-hall ounr.
A '. "apron. ::(! -at: y.
Bv virtue of ,'. urili-r of Hnlt and rtcirw
of fnrecleaur ol mot taaae Issued out of the
know the dailings will like it on their swarm of young onec! Tell him I
bread and butter of an evening I am particularly engaged. Do you
When are they coming to spend the hear. Betsey particularly,"
day with me? I declare, Josle is Miss B irbara Iiowyer was airang
growing a perfect beant m j log trimmed hats and rolls of bright-
"Tut, tut, Mrs. Clapp!" said the colored ribbon in her bow window as
the deacon aud the little ones entered
"Miss Bowyer." said the dea-'oc,
"you were ever a geuial and charita
ble soul. It is to you that I trust to
some does. That's my motto."
"And anybody cao'i do handsomer
thau my little Joe." -ail Mrs. Clapp.
And there's Tummy growu as hand
Parliament. The turn of time found
him a journalist in Paris, where, hail
he been contemporary with Paul de
Cassagnac, Greek wo Id assuredly
have met Greek. Then he plunged
lato finance and polities, and disport
ed in the troubled waters of both.
Having skimmed the cream of Oi l
World excitem-mts, he set out, like a
knight errant, In quest of fresh ex
ploits. His search m ?t with more
success than falls to the lot of the
ciowd. Joining the Peruvian army,
be rose to the rank of Cjmmamler-
pay the labor of harvestin . In short there is no method ot coi rlsg Miem
the entire yield of breadstuff's will up. Siuncrs uro "found out" now a-
fall considerably below that of last days, and canuot lead wicked lives
year. umliscoveri d.
Do II uw.
; wedge for silver by utilizing it for
1 f rat tonal currency. The repeal of
tbij measure was demanded by the
! ua broken vote of thj Ujuse Demo-
The St. Louis Journal of Commerco
contains extracts from letters received
D m t live a single hour of your lif- from &5 9ecloos of the W. st, panic
The Old Songs.
"Take buck the heart," as the man without doing cxue.ly what is to lie j uIully fnjm Cüuülrv merchants, all of
said who drew one when he wanted a done in it, and goiBf Sttttit to the end. I whli:li noTt. ,. jHrge iucrea8e in busi
diamond. Work, play, study, whatever it is I the rapid rtstorution ol eonfl-
"Gura gum away to thepearly foun- uke hohl at once, and BbmA it Upj, among ail classes, abundant
tain, was sung uy the man who squally and cl-anl) ; and then do the
dropped his store teeth into the creek. IH-xt tlteg without letiini: any mo
"A loau in tho wotld," BBS given meuts dton between. Ir is wonderful
There was a question of great erTet by the man who had to see how many hours tnOM prompt
make a home for tuy motherless little
some as you; drop in to tea some ones, while I eudeavor to retrieve my
v-nliig this w ek." I 0,il fortunes in the far West."
The deubon had hardly guided hi M1 couldn't think of such a thing,"
nld hiiran armiml tu anfa nf th said Mi- Barbara, dropping a bcx of
oi loreeiosiir.. oi ui'it(.i' Isaued nut or the . . . . .
an i o... .iL, ,1... vi... ...... i . ......... m , ri ..i.-.. I ai 1 1 fiel t rose liiiils in her coiifriit-
. in.n. nm nP. opinio iiom jin'io air-r-u niirii mm, U'tiuain i
LADIES AND GENlLEMEHS y;:, bHIm mlllinerv I "And I renUj think. Deacon
Fine ooiand Shocrr.akor. Z'-Zl ShIwlU Äat Mto Grinder, you haven't ni business to
"I do hope you'll ex' tise me, Dea 1 exect it of me! It s all I can do to
con Giinder," said she, with all the j support myself, let alone a pack of
pretty confusion which naturally be- unruly childn-n I dure say the poor
master could do something for them,
oo. end 5r.ocrr.akor, i auctioit. on
ethe beat atfrk to le ohtaiTif . . foaraaitms SB , u I tll il ' 4 nnal '10 ill i
aa at.a.ni rar riaoualle r it I tl I Ult . A Ii . II l )"; II. A,
B1CPA1AIKO D. l.U,
Nratly diae on aliort notice. Snt:fa Hon jfiven la . . , . , ,
.urpect. BMB No. i, rsutoOi four u'eloek p.m. ät the ,i, "r of ih" cour longs to a tu liden of s x and thirty
III t' tli ll' Ii I . ( t . i 1 . . . i ia . ti .
i Li jivu .ii. i.m j-.Mii noirse. :n i'lyi.ioutn, jiarsiiaii eountv, imli- j,,,n,rura sKlt. v UJ . .i.n...l
WAGONS - BUGGIES
'ion,, im- summera
lowiuc leaerib 'n'",
ana. a- the law direets, the f.
ad mal natal n to wit:
Coffimeaeiac Ihres baadred and thirty
is t ii feet aoeth-weate rly wm the outh west
your be-yu tlful remarks iu prayer
Wij iu aid Bti je lor Hale I hcp at
and a haudkerchief I've embroidered
for Josie, and a doll I've taken the
liberty to dress for Djrothy. 0, don't
"I thank you." said the deacon,
with dignity. "I shall trouble neither
you nor him."
"Well," said Miss Bowyer, with a
toss of her head, "you needn't fly into
a rage because a neighbor offers you
meeting Monday night, (hat I couldn't
i ,u'0,!i'u"If.i tn;1, "' "" '" ',a"".l ','i1"r1J',,; ' help setting myself to work to think
i scph H. Rhodes, deceased, m the north half
of tie aorta-east quarter S4 of ae loa aaav what I could do for you. And here's
Hertwenty j i Miehiaua H id land- ea-t ..f . . .
; M'MiU-au Itoa.i. the,,. north westerly par ' a collar I vc stitched for dear Tommy,
alle aniMvi'l II,.- ' :,'li' ..f wav of the Julian
I iiiin ii. I'.'lll Shil '"lai .oJiM railav.u I uivl w aai w
mm- m -w --r t cs feet: the. ist oue bamlred iml thirty for Josie. and a doll I've taken the ! 14 Dlt r advice .
wmMm arm mM b a b - bb - Bac t ti-i. , i-.m ..r-ti, ........ t , .t. .. ........ -
if 1 X3L a XV J KM A2i ' pursliel with the habt of way' of the Indian-
I apolia, Pern and Caleago railroad sixtv-aix
I '!'. feet: thene west one hundred and thir
Ton ran Unv a evr, i ) -i o i wi ie, . o . nie ,ia-e or nliii.iik. , r . . m : . w ,
rontalniartonty one hundredths do- i30vo( 1 ompareu to tüo pea -e or mimt l got
SOUS MANUFACTURED !"..r.2r?Ä ,.,,,.,.,..,- r,'r T'T Tl1"
I I hlifhest i.l.l.ler lor ei.-h. irltholil .. .o.r.l to IUt NaOini Poolr. SlttlUi? lit her
I apuraiaeaieut laws, aubjeet to redemjition. nedl.wnrlr l.v thA old red fatal.
lulls . ASTLt'.Y, I J
, . herlff of Marshall County. house window, had only a smile and
v . . & . w mm. v., ji.i r l ...
appointing him President of the It -public,
but he evaded the peiilous
eminence by throwing up his exalted
post in a Ut of ennui, ami passing in
to the naval service of CulH. the
neighboring State. The ex General
issimo of the Peruvian land forces
actually became Lord High Admiral
of the Chilian fleet such as it was
The Colon d is a Home Ruler, of
course, but we doubt if he will iden
tify himself with the obstructive sec
tlon of that p arty. II) is still full or
lire aud vigor in spite of his age, but,
if he has the energy of a p BtteBA, he
has the Instinct and habits of a gen
tleman. His adrentures should make
a singulat ly Interesting me coir; and,
if he would only leave politics to his
colleagues and oblige the world, we
should welcome from his own hand
the story of his life from year to
A Peace-Making Law) er.
Lawyers are uot dispose 1 to merit,
as a class, the blessing pronounce !
upon peace-makers: but even Dr.
Johnson, who b ited the legal Tratet ri
ity, was once led to write an epitaph
on a peace-making lawyer. The doc
tor was passing a churchyard, and,
seeing some people weeping over a
to raise $300 by Saturday noon. pcoi lc connive to make ..f a day; ii
"All's swell," was composed and is uh ir they picked Bp the moments
sung by the man who sat down on an that the dawdlers loaf. And if ever
oak stump, using a navy blue wasp yOU fl:ul yourself where you have so
for a cushion. many things pressing upon you that
Be ware" was the national song of you hardly know how to In git;, let tue
the honey merchants.
Liowu by the sea beat shore" was OUe that comes to haud. and vou will
the sa 1 refrain of a man whose Sum- n,Hi the rest all fall Into tile, aud M
mer hotel was eaten out by tramps. ' iow ufter iiko B company of well
'Dream, baby, dream." was sung tfiUed soldi-rs; and though work may
and said very energetically by the be hard to meet when it charges iu a
man who patroled the floor while the ; t,q,m)jt lt id v,uy raequl bed ir ypti
colic patroled the baby. eau üiug it illl0 lillf y u may r, n
' Good-bye. sweet tart," was chant- often seen the aaeedote of the man
ed by the dyspeptic man who couldn't who was naked QOW I e had ftOOOBV
t pi . pli.-hed so much iu his life. "M
"Somebody is Waiting for Me," was rather taughl rnn" was the reply,
wailed out by the man who hifd beeu j "when I liad anything to do, to go
to the LodK'e, lost his night key, and and do it." There is ihe secret the
eould see the shadow of his wife's magic word, now.
mother's night-capped head on the m m
curtain of the sitting room. ffj- pniittM in Pall I lea.
Larboard Wutch" is the favorite j The Chtistian as well as the in in lay
of tho recent idi t who w. ars two (fever is a rnamhirr of the body poli
watehes. ,ie s tt mt.i.r ()f ihat bmly, his
t 1 " interest and well being arc rioeeJv
It HaBjN Pay to Quarrel. identiüod with all the iut. -rests of the
A wriler of a decidedly philosophi State. If the State prospers, he prm
crops, general prosperity und bright
pi o? pecla for the future io all depurt-
rueula of trude.
The Democrats of Maine have sold
out to the Gioeubackera. Four hun
dred "hard money "Democrats as they
culled themselves, issued apronunci.
inento advising the "brelhern" to to'o
ihe Ore thank ticket. Stranger tbinga
have hannened than that Ren
tell you a secret ; take hold of the Ural , mny tüe cornprümige
.late for Pieaident of tbe Democratic
Greenback party. Joh;n Time.
Moody and Sankey arc at work tem-
pumrilj in New York with their old
time o er. O ver 5 O00 persons were
mrned away from the Cooper Union
at their opening eervie the other day
a l.i every inch of spaed within tbe
buMdfnjr was tilled an hour before the
time. Sankey, ii la said, has lost nona
of his woudei ful power of uotg, and
Moody is stronger ftom rest and bla
sermons are marked by greater earn
estness and force than ever.
ivistern papers Inform us lhat ekco
the rain on Saturday the country 'n
the neighborhood -f Lake View, Ciif
j ton, aud other sta'ions on the Erie
Railroad, has been overrun with toatia
frotu a quarter to an inch in length.
1 ey swarm in thousands, aLd are
otored black, led. and nearly white.
tUank me, pruy. It ain't nothing
WAGONS for $50!
Call me I e B m.
F. M. B U RK ET,
, IHM1I1M, OtTI'e over
' rW ; Jl H. B eke. ' f '
0(iM.lUs Coat ' itlU l. ,
.Ml wori. arrariea
to five entire aatis
factiou ti every r--
.IUH'1 I I .1 Ml .if
tii-uunth and teeth
Tin tb vr trictr ii
? witloui MaU hi th'-Bat-
of ii - olid
u. Connaltation free. All work warranted. I
fcriwa Iiadi7 ui WedresdiT cf fak ii
n, Mm lis ni
WILL HOLD THEIR COMBIXXD FAIH
O. 0. DURR, 8-9-10-11 12' and 13-
Office over Pa rks Bros.' La w
Office, Gano Street.
DE. A.C. HUME,
UflBce In 9;oiid story. Post OfTlee Building
Teeth from one only, to a
full set, so dica p that tlie
rich and poor can ail
a nod for the party as they drve by.
"Pa," said Josie, who was a shrewd,
sallow-faced child of eleven years,
Mdou't Mis' Poole love us as well as
Miss Peck and Mrs. Clapp and Miss
"I hope no, my child," said the be
nign deac ID.
"Because she never gives U3 any
tiling," said Jonie.
"She is poor, child she it poor,"
said the deacon. "But I am sure you
all have her good wishes."
"I'd rather have honey," said Tom
my. "And gooseberries and dolls." ad
ded little Darothy.
But when the deacon sat alone by
bis hearthstone that evening, his sis
ter. Miss Mahala Ann Grinder, ex
pressed herself on the subject with
greAt plainness an 1 perspicacity.
"If you've really made up your
in nd to marry again," sui the
j "I think It would add to my domes-
I tic felicity," said the deacon, serene-
m i iu i woilb's Emms, :
"In that case," said Miss Mahala
Anu. "I do hope you'll make a sensi-
Will Aggregate, the L .i -t -t Ex- l ble choice, and not allow vouraelf to
runsBon oi .v-ncui urai, uoi taui- ; be irDp08ed upon by a paok of gelööh
tur;ii :iihi .ili ii. din .ii i rou nets to oc
But Naomi Poole ran out to the lit
tie gai leu gate as the forlorn dcacou
"D-acoo Grinder," hesitated she,
turning rose red and white by turns,
is this true?"
"About ray Maiiposa investment?
"And that you are going to Califor
nia?" "I am talking of it," said the dea-
Would -could you let me take care
of the little ones whileyou are gone?"
; said Naomi. Icuderlv drawimr little
Why do you ask the Doily lo her 8i(Je. n am füüd
of children, und I would take the best
care of them. And you have been so
kind to mother aud me. Deacon
Grinder, that we should feel it a priv
ilege to be able to do something for
And poor soft hearted little Naomi
burst out crying. There was a mois
ture on the deacon's eyelashes, too.
"God bless you, Naomi!" said he.
"Yoaaieagood girl a very good
precious lawyer, Justice I mdalll He
kept us Jrom going to law the best
man who ever lived."
Well," replied Johnson, "I will
write yon an epitaph to put upon his
tomb." It read :
"(ud work woadera now and than
Here lies a lawyer tn.huoeat uia..."
If Johnson had lived a century
cal turn of mind aruued with a urood nein: if th State aiifT-i s. ho ai-.-.if
deal of force that it does not under fan. Self interest ÜMtvfot demands T,m art "ia tb'm. th
boys are gai n ling them as bait in
fishing lu the pBanaln. Tbey swttrm
iu the grass aud we is like grusshop
p rs, and hop on the side walks in such
numbers lhat tbey are crushed at
Vary iep taken by pedestrians.
any circumstances pay to quariel In that the ChiUtian citizen shall take
the beat of anger words are spoken an IntaJHannr and active interest in
grave, asked a woman why they ' whieh UH,, Uf better be ,eft UMaa , lh aIu tu he mmW of lhe
v v" a
"Öh," said she. "we have lost our
but which once spoken, cannot be re
called or foi gotten. A quarrel de
grades a man in his own eyes, atte
ntate sufTcriug fiom only ills that can
be removed I y eoncen of action, such
as bad ieyi-l .i i i., lax administration
graces him In the eyes of others, and, of the laws, depravation d! public
Tbey are e pei daily numerous along
,i. . - - tr.., tmm i lm
what is worse, blunts his seusibilities ad private morale, en , iu most la l"c . -
on the one hand, and increases the bor to scenic s .ch united ac.on as 'In were Raveling all day Sunday
passionate irritability of the other, will accomplish the and desired. Up ttüd dWU UU do8e a,00
I'ne truth is, the more peacefully and The higher motives or the public lhe raiL
quietly we got along the better for 'good and the extension of the kiug j The P'-mocratn iguouiluious light
our neighbors and ourselves. Iu nine dh-a-a of our T. anl .t,.iu rini.i rnmiir from Cougrcfcs. after doiag all the
later, and made the acquaintance of eases-jut of ten the better course is uf him that be shall nonank Btion -Iv poaaloltto the bent iuterefeta
a a a aiaTi a aa-l. 1 .
seen in this Count i v.
The Floral and Fine Art Denart-
wicnts have been immense. New
llatures of interest will DC added
relUilroads will carry Pasoenffers Stoffe
and Ma- liinery at Half-Kare. This year will
unload ut the Gates of the Grounds.
ALBERT fflOORE, Sec y.
Blt4 tolldo, OHIO.
Apply to editor ol tliia newspaper for Im If meni
licrKhip ill diansii.fi. in the or. at Men ni tile Col.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth m - ; Misiasippi. Jwafc-
uglier!'. I 'ciirui.fi. KeiMirti T', ot-Tntorii mid Ti-arh-
.1 n.r.ill' . I' n IH km f n.. In mi ri.. I. .
'i . mi, w H Mii.i er, Keokak rvwaj j in 'he Maripoea Silver Mining Com-1 never did repent of bis bargain.
widows and scheming old maids."
"Sister," said the deacon, mildly,
"you are severe."
"No I ain't." said Mahala Ann. "If
you wasn't well-to-do in tho world,
and hadn't a nice home aud farm and
money at interest, tbey wouldn't none
of them look twice at you."
"Do you think so?" said the dea
con, and he pondered the question
hmg and earnestly in bis own mind.
"Upon tbe whole," said he, bi inging
down his palm unon the table, "I ain't
sorry that those investments of mine
"Ain't It true?" said Philena Peck-
"Well. said Mrs. Mopsley, "it If,
and it ain't. He did lose what he in
Vested iu them Mariposa mines, but
it was only a thousand; and the rest
of his money's all tight and safe
in United States bonds and solid real
"Bless me," said Barbara Bowyer.
"Well, I never!" auld the Widow
Clapp, with a discomfit ted counte-
Judge Ryland. of Missouri, he miht
have writteu a similar epitaph. More
than once the judge was heard t
"I would rather give a 100 out of
if a man cheats you cease to deal Hnd iuteltiwoallv I rforui ail 'be du- l'le l"'uple. tendinis one of tlie dog
with him; If he is abusive, quit his ties of ciiiz -n-hip. TbtM duties are ; lhat plunged through
company; aud if he slanders you take manlfrtlit Be BMal therefore ravar- large plate-glau,s window. The pro-
care to live so that nobody will be- enee authoiity. A people without re- l'"' tor gazed Indignantly after ihn
lieve him. No matter who he is. or inatfiwUMaatt.aJ m. ,,.,,! r Üyiu cur and philosophically said ;
- -w - r a v mm mm u a, . aav mm m a a I m -
my own pocket to avoid a suit be- bow he ubusesyou, the wisest way ii fle 8m rediiess r rtVv is on the ftfrge ' "vv' 11 lh, "kwatd brute has dona
to let him alone, Tor there is nothing of anarchy aud ruin. Benoa th s ,m' un-clieif, but one thing s sura
better thau this cool, calm aud quiet (Jhriatlao citlien mu-t not shirk rw- fl00 Ht tUH hole) we've got tbe
And," went on Mrs. Mopsley, with
evident relish in the consternation
she was causing, "they are building a
new wing to tbe house, and Lo Is to
be married to Naomi Poole in the
"A child like that!" said Mrs Clapp.
"With no experienoe whatever!"
said Barbara Bowyer, scornfully.
"I nope he won't repent of his bar
gain." said Miss Philena Peck.
And Miss Pbilena's charitable
hopes were fulfilled. Tbe deacon
tween neighbors than to gaiu $500 by
This pacific lawyer was once asked
by a gentleman belongini; to an influ
ential family to bring a suit against a
brother for slander.
"Go home," said tbe judge, after
listeuiog to the complaint, ' and fall
on your knees three times u day for a
week, and pray God to forgive you
for harboiing such unkind feelings
against a brother. If at the eud of
that time you are still determined to
bring the suit return to me, aud we
will consult about it."
"This is strange counsel for a law
yer to give," remarked tbe
amazed that a lawyer should decliue
"Yes," was the reply; "but It is the
best lean give you."
Before the week had ended, the
! man returned and told the judge that
be bad concluded not to bring the
General Donald McLeod, whosa
death at Cleveland, Ghio, was an-
epousibility at this point
way of deaiiug with the wrongs we
meet with. Lies uuchased will die,
fires unfannod will burn out ami
quarrels neglected become as dull as Spt.rtklllg of Sbylocks. a good store
the crater of an extinct volcano. Come3 from Maiue. A Democratic
"m9' (Jtreenbacker down tin t- was holding
A correspondent of the Chicago forth to acrowd the other ,J aj and I
Tribune lias lately visited theColjra- btawloa RaaMari Bkrrman hi ,i. mm
do Cattle Company's rauch, the lar
gest cattle rauch in America. It em
braces 81,000 acres of lau. I iu Huetfa-
uo and Pueblo counties. Colorado.
At present there are about 6.000 head
of cattle ou it. The location ot the
Fiuallv some one in the crowd eried
man, I ranch Is unsurpassed for the cattle out ; " Who was S vlookf" The orach-
buslues. ttaiiroad laciiiiies from the
Denver and Klo Grande aud the At
chison, Topeka and the Sa. te Fe rull
roads are handy, while Pueblo, with a
-I.-- uf the ilog." The Democracy
have done some mischief In their
flight but the people huve "got the
size of tt.e dog." Baltimore Herald
Political leaders seem badly raized
up in California. Gorham Isle secre
tary of the Republican executive
oitiuiiitee is addrefeiiog DeuidCiRtlo
meetings, urging tbe people to vote
for the Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor, but taks occasion to say thavt
he favors Grui or t'oukliog for Pres
ident. While K D. Stephens, mem
bet of the California, Democialio
stopped, und beading 1 witheiingly State Coiniiiittee. takes the Üeld a-
cimterapiuous glance on tlie ignorant gainst Glenn. Democratic and Honor -questioi.fr
said: "Who was SI. loi k able Bilk candidate for Govenor.
ual style. The speaker deaouottd
Shermau for a gieat many things, aud
called i im a great many names, but
hia favorite charge asalaal the S . i. i
tary was, that, he was a SIilock.
You had better io home and read
population of over 6,000, is close at vow Httte tilt JOB SB Bttt." Brother,
haud. The ranch is well -upplied with De La Matvr lllllkt.8 lembe yulkdMa
bluffs, canons, pine and cedar groves. iu bls statements about llnauce but he : U. j
wuionoi meinseives lurnisn natural klJows better than to locate Bnyloet
protootlou for stock, and no artiflcial iu lbo bib,e tmdUnmpoUM Juumal
shelters are needed. It extends along m .
the rivers Apache, Huerfano and Cu-1 a Good llousert ire.
a. m M a a a
cnaras lor a distance of nearly tntrty ! The mod bmiaewilc. mIhmi she is eivinc
St phens will not vote for (ih uu and
does not hesita e to say that thou
sands of Democrats will follow hit
nounoed a few days ago, knew Byron,
a lad of ten yeais, and a studsnt in ! miles, and has besides never failing her Mun ill
tbe preparatory department when be
was at Ihe University. Ha was one
of the mourners at tbe funeral of the
famous Sir Johu Moore. He fought
at Lundy's Lane, and at the battle of
Waterloo, and bore a conspicuous
part in the Canudiau Rebelliou of
lakes und springs. Ten thousand
A conductor on a local train saw a
la I y fiiend, a sweet-looking young
girl, on his train, and stopped for a
moment to chat w ith her. He leaned
on the aim of the scat in front occu
pied ly a near-sighted, rather deaf
old mnld. with corkscrew curls. The
aI a il
e. sprini: renovmuii;, should
bear in mind thut the dear inmates of her
!,... i. 'iii more iiri-ioii. limn aua
aores are good corn lands, sitnated in kr, and I aal their ystems need clean
the river b atom, aud controlled bj tag by (airifyluir ihe blond, ra irnijng I uonafBatox hadn't spoke more than
m ..me. t ir,i.uu audaa Tb.- .ÄX' " '' -
vast extent of the rauoh may be better ajriaawl nlaanta, and she mnat ka- ibat j ' ('H' yelled lu a voice that
understood by estimating its area in höre i Botbiug laal will In n sn perfi inAeü ihiough the car like a base
iy ana surely ns Mop untere, the pure-i "rum: xounu man. u you want ii
and bcal of uitdu uu . See uiher f nm. I flirt with :ne you've oot to speak
rquare miles. It comprises 2(H
quare miles of land which is valued
WD 1 loudci :-0il City Derrick.