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K?\v that the holiday p'eta&nn is j
over ami everything has gone pros- j
peruus mul happy; every one hotter j
off, nml n bright fertile year ?hi?:i I, j
at no periml in the history of our j
business life have we boon so thor- j
ouglily prepare 1 to in^ it t;i?. wiuts
of the trade and the requirements it' i
the people, us we lire now. We shall i
continue! to place upon our counters |
from day to day, bargains in every j
dennt intent at
1,0 W EST P tl B C KS,
Riid shall always he found using our j
best i udoavors to prevent oxtortin i- j
nndii|?litil<] the jUA. >H S YrSTK M. |
Our entire sttick is no\v offered uI. I
V. c ask \ou to call and inspect our!
? \Ve guarantee to please to
quality an ' price.
Li ? k < :ii? tolly over this li.-t of a
few articles meuti med :
Gvms ! Hose, white, 5 and 10 e.
snip, d 121
tu'id odors J i\
dOuliie heel a hie 12J !
Ladies hose, white. .'S. Ill, lli:.
?' .-trip*..! It)
Mdsd colors. 12]
" lmihrig>-nii, 1"j
lillCj-t <i'i:i'i ;
( 1 ii 1 ien's h<-*e, colored, ?. 8. HI, 3 2.' j
Ladies i luuntlcts, ilark lii ui ?, S'J <?. i
Eciliu g'ltvee", ehihr%mlerod
hacks, .'!?> I
" kid gloves. 4 Lotion*, "Lust
(mtits lor.ckskil? gloves, fiued 70
driving *? ;?!)
Dirt by suiting, P!
Cad:mere.*, beautiful colors, 1.5.1
M< riims, heuiiiifuj colors 111
Eiaiu.elx, red, white and b tie, 23 to
Jvnhia/?, t i y pretty, SO c.
1 tidies I Louts, new styles, 40
blinking da-!.-cs, bureau size. $1
t \ ii:. large $1 .50
" oval ii amcs t?0 and
HIV-r plated tea spoon-, ?1 '?. ">.
'rabbi '* 1 i )
" |.vuiy.t? ?'? 7 ">
dins.- Sells, baluUi inc, -1 p e es, 50
tih'.-.-. l'ii'fl.JVfS. utoL, Ii J
Cablets, 75 ei per ilna
Turn tilers, (id et. per dog
L tops I mm 25 to 7~) cts i
La rge ii .?Kort in* at. Ladies, Gents
and i 'hihlren'* Sli ms from the lines I
to toe choapesl,
ilei.d li.?)> II ii*, J ), <; ), 7"), 1 00
1/25 (.? 8'5
^ en and B-iy?i Can* from 25 to -Id
J'ancy B??x Paper, I in eio'pes ami
Ajf^Ht for the Largest Tobacco
Factory in tire United .Stales, we
nilcr bargains in this line.
Agent fur Manufacturers of Soaps
?ml Conceit rated Lye, we defy eom
We have the Largest and Cheap
est Stock of
BROOMS AND RASKETS
V* the Market.
Agent lor the CcUbratcd Town
'fhesc Powdi-Vd have stood the Test
ay the best t hi mist, and pronounced
PUKE, when bought in cans. Prof.
Mutt, the Leading ( heftii.Hft of tin
World. Miys the worse udiiIterations
uccur when Powders nie suhl loose o?
in hulk. Remember ibis and get
'lOW N TALK from Headquarters
Your attention is asked lo the re
iluclion in nor t ARPKT1NG, pul
r'own to 25, 35, -10 cents.
Pocket Knives from ?"> els. to ?'2..
Ruggv Whips, 25, ?(),7? cts., ?1,
$1 2? $2.
C. D. KOItTJ'OIJN.
JUST Always notice this COLUMN
A St. Louis doctor factory recently
t urnod out :t dozen female doctors
As long as iho font tic doctors wer
routine!I to one or two in t lie who!
joiiiitry, and those were only experi
.nental, we held our peace and. di?
aot complain, hut no.v that the co!
.egos are engaged in producing lo
male doctors as ti business we nuis
prolesI, and in so doing will give ;
few reasons why female doctor* wii
dot prove a paving brauch of indtts.- \
1 ii !he first place, ii they dodo: ?
iiiybo ly iL must he women, ant j
.hreee-ftmrths of the women wouh.
atlier have a male t foe tor. Support ]
Jid.se ctdleges turn out female dpi i
.?.Irs until there are as main of I bolt, I
is there tire male doctor.*:, iylint havt j
hey got to practice on? A man, i
:hen was nothing the matter will t
.liih, might call in a female; dbetpi',
.illt if he was sirk as a horde (if a
iiiaa is sick he is sick a.fc a horse), ttic
iasi tliiiig be would have would lie :;
i'edi.'tle doctor. And why? B.'iati-.
vheii a man has a female fiinibliui j
.iron ml him he wan is to feel wtdl.
?Ii; don't want to feel bilious or fev
idtsli, with hi.s mouth tasting likt
licesc ami biSeycs bloodshot who:
he female is looking over bin am.
taking account of stock.
Of course these female doctors arc
ail young timi gotid-look i ng, ttud i.
iiie of t In in inine into a so k-room
wlii rc a man was in hud. and he had.
chills ahd was cold tis u wedge, and j
she shodhl&tt up close to the .-i,.e of
tiu' luHi iiiid tnke htdd of Iiis band,
iiis pulse .would iniiup to lot), .mm
sit? would prest rilit; for a fever when
lie had chilblains. Oh, you cah'i
lOdl us o;i ibmaio doctors. A maii
?vho has been >hk and lind male j
oociors knows just how itiut.ii he'
would like tti have a lemnh; do tor;
cbine tripping in end throw her fur- j
lined cloak o er a chair, take oif her
hat and gloves and throw I hem on a
lounge, and come up to the bed with
a pair of marine blue eyes, with a j
twinkle in the corner, and look at him
in the wild, changeable eyes and ask ,
id til lo run out bis tongue.
Sil|>i ose he knew bis tongue was
coated so it looked like the yellow
i'urki>htowel, do you suppose he
would want lo run out over live or
inches of the lower part of it ami
let that female doctor put tier linger
on it to see how furred it wasV >.'ot
ill itch. He would pel that tongue up
into bis cheek and wouldn't let her
.->i'.' ii for 20 cents admission. \\ e
have all seen doctors put llieir hands
tin lor the In-.I clothes and feel of ii
a ail's fret to see if t hey were cold. 11
i ieiirale doctor were to do thai it
.von 1.1 give :i man cramps i:i the legs.
A male doctor can put Iiis band on a
nan's stomach and liver ami Iii tigs
.in I ask him if be feels any pain
I here; 1 tit if a ft mtile! (Vector should
:o tin: name Ihihg i! won..! make a
nail sick, and he woiil I want tti gei
tp an t Iii; k himself for eiiijiloyiu ?, a
t'e oak- doctor. Ob, tStore is no us.
talkingsitj would kill a mail.
??.\ -w, siippv.se ;.< man hasheart
disease and a female do tor s.h n'llii
.vaut to listen to the healing of his
;icart. She would lay her left ear on
ids loft breast, so her eyes and rose
bud mouth w'dtfhl lie looking right in
Iiis face, and her wavy hair would ho
-ca' tered all around tbei>". getting i
tangled in the hut-ions of his night
shirt. Don't yon suppose his heart
would get in abou'. twenty extra
hen's ti?tht minute? You bet! And
she would smile?we will hot $:!<) she
would smile?and slow her pearly
feetli, and the ripe lips would be
working as thot-g'i she were count
ing the boats, and he would think
she was trying to whisper to hi in,
iud? Well, what what would he
be doing all this time?
I fhe was not den.I yet, w hich would
be a wonder, his loft hand would
brush the hair away from her temple
and kind of stay there lo keep the
hair away, and bis right band would
g t or o!"nerv( us ami mover on ml <
the. hack of her head, ami when she
had counted the beats a few miiin es
ami was raising her head, he would
draw the head up to him ami kiss
her once for luck, if he was as bili
ous as ii Jersey swamp angel, and
have her charge il in the hill Ami
I hen a reaction Would set in, and lie
would he as weak :i? a cat. and she
would have to fan him and rub bis
head until he go I over being nervous,
ami then make out Iiis perseription
after he got asleep. No; till of a
man's Symptoms change when a fe
male doctor is practicing on him.
and she would kill him.?/'??/??'? Hmu.
.lay Cobko has at last paid all his
creditors in full, and has a comfor
table fortune left. Me has just re
purchased his magnificent country
seat of "Ogontz," near Philadelphia.
Colored Spanish lace is made into
BASE ?Aldi HATCH AX1) PIC-NIC.
RtjWKsvn.t.K, S. ('.. May 10, 1881.
Jiilitar Ocnnyvhurg 'Iimex:
By invitation, we won; induced to
attend a Hake Ball Match and Pie
Nie, on Saturday last, near Powes
Bridge. The challenged Club wer
named the ''Kdiktos", of tile Pork,
Und '.'Our' Boys}" of HtiiVe'sviHe', wert;
the nine that iliVited them out. We
wended our way towards the pic-nic
grounds about 0 o'clock Saturday
morning, and there indulged in
numerous games, %uch as "croquet,'"
'?stealing hartnors.'' Ac. About 1
o'clock dinner was announced to he
ready, ami all were invited to come
up. We Went'-?und such viands; we
cannot attempt to doperlmf the kinds,
nor quantity ;sullicc to say that there
lOuhl lie found every thing that could
tempt the eye. or gratify the taste of
man. l.i the arrangement of the
t abbs yoti coll Id easily koo that wo
man's hand acted a conspicuous part.
After dinner, il was announced that
the Base lhill match would come off
near the grounds, ' and everybody
went to tin- spoi. At -i o'cloek, the
game was called, with Mr. J. <'.
Punches, an I'm pi re. They" played
tivtr innings aud then rain set in, and
i he game was called. Tho Hydletbs"
made !(i runs, and "Our Boys'' 15.
There were nine contestants for the
crown, had, after drn?.ving, Mr. L. B.
Fowler received it. First and second
uiuids of honor w*erc drawn l y .Mr.
?I. \V. HaXiCr. and I. \Y. How a; an.
'i hey a'! then proceeded lb .Mrs.
Morgan Smbak's residence where,
ll:e crowning wan to take place. Mr.
Foiylai* crowmcd as Queen, Miss
Minnie Punches, Mr. Baxter choose
Miss Kennedy as lirst maid,and Mr. i
B:.wm:;n choose i\ r second mahl i
M'ss I'lora Tatiith: ami then made a I
short and very appropriate and coin
plimcnlary addiess to I lie Indies.
The ilayitlnis closed to the satisfac
tion ofall present. 11 was a success
as :i picnic; ntid there was good play
tug douo hy hnlh clubs. After the
rain stopped we all wended our way
liomi'ward. and all seemed to he hap
py, oxcepl y??ur humble correspond^,
cut. Me \sus ffiihor pensive,"for he
had left his "girl behind him." Tili?,
Mr. Ktiitor, was my first visit to
Ko.vesville, and I was much pleased,
and I sincerely hope for the return
of umny ni?>rc such well remembered
and ph ifsaul ly spent day* as that of
WI.VXINIi III.II DACK.
()hd of the trav*?ievs for a new fresh
dry goods hoc.-e recently arrived in !
a town in tin- interior of the State, j
to Iind thtil one of his best ciistonicrs j
was aAn?ut to transfer his t rude to ii \
'Didt*t wc always do well by you':1 j
asked the t.'hariesSouian.
. i es, i ileile ? e si i,
*i)'f I n't wc shipgoods promptly?1
* \ l'
'And did wv ever pr;ss yoti in a
>i neb r'
?Oh. no.' i
'Doyou got haver prices ot; two
?No, I can't say its I do.'
?Then we can",' understand" why
you should leave our house ?\\ of :i
sudden, after buying H1' vfn for several
'I know (hat some explanation is
due, and I will make one*," replied the
merchant. * You know lim?. 1 attend
church, I gup pose?'
* Yes, olid so do I.'
?Do yoiiV Yen know that 1 am
looked on as a (Christian.'
?So am I. I' ve got the date of bap
ti.-in right here in my hfcbk!'
'Is that so?' Well,- our church is
in heed of repai s, Vf c wVre talking
il over the ot her day. when the Boston
druminer came in here, and he at
once subscribed ten dollars.'
'Till dollars! Wliy, that's only
w i kegs of rtavls t Put me down for
thirty dollars, cash, a nev/siik hat for
?very season and a new suit olV.othcrf
for I be minister!'
'Do you really mean it V'
'Ofeonr.se 1 do, ai>d if Mm 6 two
eetit ( hristiau from Boston dore.t to
sign another live, I'll send you a six
hundred dollar church organ, ami
pay a u/an live bund red dollars a Vcnr*
to play it. Wc are people who '. ever
make a great display of gospel
hymns and religious inlets, but wo
show our religious hands, and rake
in the pot every time '
The merchant will s'.ill continue
to deal with the Charleston house.?
Mu m/? a/ 'l'hni:n.
Dr. .7. (I. Wanna maker has just
received Hie finest slock of cigars,
cigarettes, smoking and chewing
tobaccos ever olfcrcd in Orang.dmrg.
The Dr. never keeps anything hut
t he host of goods in Ills Iftic and we
take pleasure in calling attention to
these goods. Go doWn and try them.
McGltittfcY'S MAGIC SOAP AGAIN.
? a ' t -
Mr. Eifif?r :
AH iy)fk\ng muri) has been said in
your eojllitins about that wonderful
sou pi vo 'ii.sk space to express our
opinioii of its real value und merits
to <ner:y'family. Col: d. II Vance, a
reliable?tfcjthorn man, Agent lor this
SoiitlTeVhpatent, and for our South
ern Territory, vistited our neighbor
hood, jAti'.tly ?s mi old acquaintance,
and aJso'j,o'iiiti oduc*' this soap id our
(oiintjiVw.ith a vie it of Rolling Terri
tory riglltS? Whilst here, be made
this soap fo"r some families, and scat
tered s.-niiples of it among ditlerent
fatitilir^fctQJrn asked them, both ladies,
and gcn^efhpji, to try it, ami test it,
in tbi\itr'ct?iri;i ent depart o'Cllts of
housel^thktH'Noii.fnV. ami stock. Since
its invrotUttitiou. (which has been
two montjn.;), the parlies using it
( in nearly ^u 11. its claiming points)
hav'e ttot'f'rei'Oi'ted otie ringle ii:
statice wb'l/mii did not give full wtitis
factioiLuiijjnioro than is cht luted for
it. It'; ldtVi piovcd to heal, and cure
up, owe than is claimed for it. It
will wu*di, and clean easier, and (pock
or (at ?ess^v.?Kt, of labor and expense)
than any other soap. Its medical
qualities: suc.lt as for colic in man or
beast,also, 'wounds, sprains, burns,
staid and ninny others, that happen
in familos^und among stock, is un
questionable, and have proven sb; by
parties laU-ly .psine, it in our neigh
i:o: bond, 'J hose instance.-: have come
within our knj>w!e!lge. since its intro
duction iit our neighborhood, and
certificates' can he b.-.d. if needed.
The next dm port ant merit is. its con
venience, ^?cap?c ; he rich and p-. o
? an buy-a family right, Willi that
rights! you^ get directions, how t ?
lnai-.e*,'and:'i:>:e it. You can make it
in 30 minutes,.ai a cost of 1? ecu's
per pound) R.hd then you have, tin
iuvtduublo'.artielc in your family, and
a I Viays at yotir Command. I* is re
commended to prove and buildup
most tiny sickly str.c!:, r.:..1. I L.'.ic.c
if used iujtiiuci and properly, it will
prevent that dreadful disease called
(by some)? hog, and fowl cholera.
1, myself, do not believe in hog and
fowLeUolera in our Comity, but that
thVVt'^jotirtlis of t he hogs and fowls
that die is caused by lice. We be
lieve this soap, if properly adminis
tered, will destroy lice, an I make the
stockt und poultry healthy. We
have Used it in grist for chickens, and
have never had young chickens, to
thrive and grow faster. We think J
every family should have it. John
I., Mooior, C. W. Culler antifdohn lb
Livingston have purehased t lie ('otiu
ly rigid, and i)r. J. 0. Wanna inn ker.
druggist, in ()::? triff Vit rg. islhehead
qttar or age d for t he mate i .!.? Kit I c
one of the above patties will serve
Mm with a family right, or a small
sample of the soap, and a circular,
how to use it/ Try it by directions,
and we gun rah Uta fan will never re
Skvkuai. who ii.wi-: i:si-:n Tili: SoAr:
THK I OWhlt Or K1. S1NG.
When .Charles II. was making hi*
triumphant progress through Kiig
huidi certain country Indie* who wer?
presented tohiiii, instead of kissing j
(he royal baud, in their simplicity
held up iheir pretty lips to be kissed
by the King, a blunder nci one would
more willingly cxvw.M! than the loyer
of'pretty Nell (?wvfme, Georgian:!,
Duchess of Devonshire, gave Steide,
the butcher, a kiss for his vole nearly
a century since, and another equally
beautiful woman, Jane, Duchess of
Gordon, recruited her regiment in a
similar manner. A kiss from his
mother made Benjamin West an
arti.-l. "Kiss me, mother, before I
sleep." How simple a boou, yet how
soothing to the litilo suppliant is
that soil, gentle kits. The head
sinks contentedly on the pillow for
all is peace ami happiness within
The bl ight eyes and rosy lips close,
and the little darling is soon reveling
in the bright nod sunny dreams of
innocence. Yes, kiss, nr.ither, lot
that good-nighl kiss will linger in the
memory when the giver lies moldcr
ing in the grave.- The memory of a
gentle mother's Kins: has cheered
main a lonely wanderer's pilgrim
age and has been the beacon light to
iil.itninaic bis desolate heart; life has
many a stormy billow to cross, many
a rugged path to ( limb, and we know
not what is in store for the little one
so sweetly si a m bering, with no ma r
ring care to disturb its peaceful
dreams. The parched and fevered
lips will become dewy again as recol
lection bears lo the sutferer's couch
a mother's love, a mother's kiss.
Then kiss your little ones ere they
sleep; there is a magic power in that
kiss which will endure to the end ol
I i fe.?'?>''?/ Times.
The Biblical Recorder allirjns that
"the Baptists of Missouri ArW
'-"L'st A cJQ'o tiA'H h~ *S U.X."
I OOIt OUT FOSfc Tin:
Wc have put a cross mark this
week rm the papers of subscribers
who arc in arrears lo remind tke.m
of tlie fact which they seem to have
forgotten, as the amount lor each is
so small. But, remember, that the
aggregate. is .large to us; Please
call at .Mr.- Kirk Robinson, where the
subscripted nooks will always be
he' found, and pay up at once. We
need the money.
THE ATLANTA EX 1'?SITIOX.
I'dilor Ortuiytbnry 'Times:
The Exposition at Atlanta, Ga?,
promises to be a grand Bazaar of
Southern products. Already, the
North hak subscribed capita} to ald-j
Georgia in making it ii success;
Every foot of pur grtfrtt; country is iii
be represented. Will it not be well j
to organize a Committee to receive
and forward ail contributions intc'lid
ed for the Pair at Atlanta? The ex
pense is borne by the Pair. Cotton,
ami all its products, ramie,- speci
mens of wood in neat blocks,- mineral
deposits, samples of burr stone, (?res,
Arc, should go forward. A complete
survey of the County, showing every
creek si lid stream, every road, plautu
t if-ii, and incorpora'ting a synopsis of
our population, schools, churches, his
t.ory, Are., would be a good idea. Such
n map Illing in their ball, .41111 plain
ly indicated, would catch the curious
inquisitive eye. We are on the up
grade now? push ! pii5.i1! everybody !
What we ward is money and the
practical use of it in developing pit r
resources. Who moves first to have a
reprosen'tittioti at Atlanta, and-a big
imeV Let us hear froln von.
_ ' IL
speak stfr THK^Brn'?? w?itns.
The following touching and singu
larly beautiful little poem should he
rend, preserved and its suggestions
heeded by all w hose breasts are not
Entirely void of those finer senti
ments indicative of true Christ inn
like' n'po1l?ly. A. heart bowed down
by the weight of woe., surcharged
with anguish and darkened by des
pair and remorse, is by no means a
lit ting receptacle for the bitter words
nf censure. Consider always the
desolation and. loneliness w hich sur
round t h'ose'who',- possibly in'an ri'ii
guardeil hour, have fallen into the
snares of the teVnpter, and who arc
doing all iu their power to seek rc
penluneo for the past." Renicmbcr
also that \i is iv terrible, terrible
thing to he abandoned by friends 1
and com(rauions, to be tortured al
ways by tlu' pains of memory -and
pangs of conscience, and to suffer
day and night from that worst of all
feelings?isolation. Therefore, if
thou canst not speak kindly to the
erring one, at least?
?'Knviik not the bitter word*,
w h.-ii anger rinos the breast;
Of swift the sling nVay turn,
Ami cause the wild unrest,
'I he cruel burning words,
Thou nver ninst regret,
'1 hhVigh friend?hip may forgive,
Vitievbr can forget.
.Speak nr.: the bitter word*,
Let silence hind tity tongue;
Ere thou in heedless wrath.
A loving heart hast wrung.
Whatever be the wrong,
Whal'cro thy ciuse lb Idaiuo,
Speak gently, or speak not,
Tbl (lies lite anger tlaine.
S)-e?'K not those cruel w"orHv,
In life's short lading; hour.
Cast not a withering blight;
On pure al'eeticn's flower.
To'dtiy is I bine to ble?s,
\\ ith tenderness and care;
To morrow; who can fiaV
What shall be thine?or where!
ttpctdc nnt the cruel words,
Jjist thou in wo? idndt stand,
Over a cofliti bowed,
t laspitig "ii icy hand;
With ibe saddest *t cartel hat fall/
A grief of living fore;,
born of C'ru'il burning words.
Hurled back by stern Uemorte."
A SAD EVENT' lX^lAHS WELL.
On Friday, 1-3.1 h inst., at noon
Dr. tlo.veph Bellinger, of Barnwell,
Court House, went to his room telling
his sister that he intended to sleep
torn while and did hot wish any one
to disturb hin*. After a considerable
time had elapsed; his sister conclnd
.'d that he had skipt long enough and
chore fore went to his room to wake
him.- She found him under the in
il tie nee of morphine and at once sum
moned physicians, but these found
that, they could do nothing. It is
said that Dr. Bellinger took twenty
live grains of morphine and one hun
dred and twenty grains of chloral.
He had attempted once before to com
They cat peanuts in a certain town
church South, without disturbing
the eongrcrniioni T.ie trick is to
j s mk the shells.
Some plan should be adopted by
I which the crowd of loafers usually
found at the Rail Road Depot may.
be dispersed. On the arrival of
each train there is invariably fronl
ten to a hundred of both sexes. They
are Iii the way of passengers. They
hinder business. Tlicy are a nui
sance in every sense. A few nights
since an invalid lady assisted by too
gentlemen was taken with difficulty
through the throng of idlers, and ?
valise belonging tti H ftoSsciiger.ftft?
stolen. Why not have some railing^!
at either end of the Eastern side of
the Depot with gates to exclude any
1 and all who cannot show a good rea
son for being inside. There wdl be
I rbo'fn ent/ugh on the plntfmm N?rtiij
I South and West. Jftftlty tte HfU
I very primitive in somoi^f otif busb
! ncss ways. .'..}?
I * SrECTATonr
ADVICETO YO?X? B?BXi
Bob B?rdet to, of the Burlington
U?vckryr% is a sage as well as a
humorist, and much of his heat phil
osophy is told with a vein of fun in
it, that gives it relish to the read of,
ami at the same time Carries convic
tion to the mind. Iiis "advice to'
a young man" applies equally well
to the human animal in other and
older stages of life. Read lo-whe
Remember, son, that the w?rhl i?
older than you are, by several years;
that for thousands of years it has
been so full of smarter and better
young men than yourself, that their
feet stuck out of the dormer win
dows; that when they died Mio old
globe went whirling on, and not Ono
man in ten million went to the funer
al, or even heard of the death.
Be as smart as you can, of course.
Know as much as you can, without
blowing the packing out of your'
cylinder head; shed the light ofyouV
wisdom in the world, but don't daz
zle people with it, and don't imagine
a thing is so, simply because you say
it is.- Don't be too sorry for your
father because he knows much less,
than you" do; remember the reply of
Dr. Way land to the student of Brown
University, who said it was an easy
enough thing to make proverbs, such
as Solomon wrote. ".Make a few,"
tersely replied tfVe old man. And we
never heard that th'e young man!
made any. Not more than two or
The world has great need of young
men, but no greater need than the'
young man has of it. Your clothes
lit you better than your father's fit
him?they cost m?rc rh?bey, they are
more Stylish ;'? your nrirstachc is much
neater, the cut of yoiVr hair is better,
and you are prettier, ah, far prettier
than "pa." But, young man, the old:
gentleman gets the' biggest salary,
and his homely, scrambling signature
on the business end of a check will
drain more m'onov out of the hank in
live minutes than \ on could get out
with a ream of paper and a'copper
plate signature in six mtmlrVs.
Young-men Arc useful,' ami they
are ornamental, and we all'lovft'thous
and we. couldn't cngi'ueeVa' picnic,
successfully without them. But the^
are no novelties, son. Oh, no; noth
ing of the kind. They have been
here before. Do not be so modest ns
to shut yourself clear out ; but don't
be str fresh you' will have to be putt
away in the' cool to' be' kept front
spoiling. Don't be afraid that yoftf
j merit will not be' discovcre I. People'
all over the world are hunting for you,
aml,-if yoiv are worth Unding, they
will find you.- A diamond isn't so!
easily. Annul as a quartz pebble
search for it all the more intently,
The Jews Auain.?The Jewisn.'
boys" in the public schools and col
leges of New York are as 1 to 40 of
all the other sevts anil races com
bined. But the young-Hebrew boys
and girls take I out of every 3 of the
prizes put for competition in the pub
lic s hools. One hundred medals'were'
distributed to the public ' school
scholars on the day the obelisk was
erected in the Central Park. Twenty-"
seven of the medals were given to the
children of Jewish parents. There
is .somethingin blood.
Would*? tliou behold die people flock
To see thy well Kclceted Block,
And, tempted by I lie bright disp'ay,'
Delighted buy?and gladly \wvt
This pleasant night wo I nioet thine eve*"
IT thou wilt rtinqdy?a.lvertifo.
Report says that Victoria Wood-'
hull's daughter, Miss Gertrude
Blood, is about to marry a son of the
Duke of Argyll, which will ninkchar
a sister-in-law of the Princess Louise.
It takes 176 pay uustcis and clerks
to pay 8,000 ollus is and men inol,r
little navy. Our naval officers a'e
line, uuv.iiy folio* s, but our navy "h