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TE ree IH WIML! riTiztx. .One column one year Half 0'il 'jnn one ynr Third oi ft coTumn oni year.. QiwkT of ft column aaa JelT. . One pi-tre one year Two a.iitaree one year. , .$ir,o . 80 . so . 40 . 15 . as Tmilml Aaeertlaine. l i() per aqnare nt Inea tuai and i oent lor MM eabeeqneal laeertlon Mbefftl adrrrtiaera will be '.tall with liberally. lateaj Adaertlamir. at MDIB ratca. aaa II additional lor promt at piltil iont Ittu , ami no llroot ill public;! lion lu ha lurniabed until "lii" Ire ia p aid. Aiinanneine; Candidate- f'r Mate and lli-tiirt omoea-Oelly paper eaarae Wl Weekly paper, Hi; kVafJMM PawlTldatea fee County . tea), daily and wc lf pepere OftareefiO. I trTheae f term and eiaidlllaaa asreed npon by the I'reae A natal I ' ' "I Mm tafjftl adaer ft-one and announcing eandcl. ilia, anJ in no in alaiice can tkrf be dcpartec. fr"m. 0mT l) inMd eel ri;-i advrfTJ'nvtO arc rheeee I .tboty In are peril, additional on llii' ftbofe ratee. i professional Garbs. ATTORNEYS. O. It. inoleton, ATTOgfi'SY .1 r CJ If, CANTON', MISS., aPFICF. Real aid-' public hioi lie, U'C d P. Shrnard'. Hoi. Hay 1 l ito i r WM. BEN- CUNNINGHAM, tUriry tl Ltw Mil Kttf Iron, Caweww, H nrfl.au Cw, PARTirn IyIhi hi Hi. aanh 'eat dealrlna Manea in tli. " ftaiiiip B.oitli 1 ran bo MaVM wlia an, arrntlon 10 .irm tliy niav rtvairp. itail jatlhMrhia HaaM. arabwtir la 4ia.-i of Raul att. pan Ant pnrrhM.f hy MdyfeBp ' ma. tyilrnna nvr Too olttit', tauluo, MiIMIpl. Mar a. ,j -7 i. B. C SMITH. A TTORXJLY AT LA (aaita, nu. . Oprica -Oouth atew ol Pablk roiiinre.over C. n. 1 r I I I. imrtifP in all the a-nir.tca MMfftwblg Hi. t ilth Jud Clal Ill-life. Marvh in m..a ty O A. Ll r'KF TT. JMHIAWfoS 1.1 I i l l A BAWSO, CANTON, MISS., arm nraatire In the firm la of llv Frtli J .it I..1 J.i It ti.ttirl aa4 in nfl the ('"- io at Ullse - ftewtw aida ni Paid r tare uf C. I., iniikltia A B;o. Pejftawl we, r tin r'ali 27 .:- If 'I.O K. ri.AK, fAITHM, JllwWi. tTM.I. prjrlhe In all Ikrfoart" of tlio r, I 1? Jnejelal WetrVt, ml in Hine M4 al Java a. Mi-.. wffM nwi TMaalaH A BiMwIaiV l)-e. 1'. Ic : I', U Sll ACKI.KfOWl). .ATlMtNKY AT I. AW, era rn . -.,ih Ma or I'nblic am tlwwr n). i tvCaeWd t it" H J NtNMM. O. W 4'wi bum A t'w. . ni ftlteewneef, i-pia. HARRIS, KENDALL U HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT I. AW, we. I ,t cn ai." Ta mm -t n lljfftiraf 91 wjtcw om.i'.A, I. , (flffl a - R.i'ini Se up SI lira erill frar'iM la ftft Oaaffftl 1 .namiawfl. rrwial at enli 11 ai.an an Ho- 1 arii i-imii o . rlain alma, thrill : t tin- rjirttod Siea. IRK I. HILL & HARVEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CANTON', orrr M uby . Kicba 4 r. Oltl i , Jlr FRANXLIN SMITH, ATTORN BY AT LAW, CANTON. IMS Bri.k liuild'U', il rth-o-t cctrni-r .qaftf. jiiil't tl R. .1. MWEMt, AT ORNEY AT LAW. CANTOS, Miss., tf U.I. aaaatwa in tin. r.mrl of M.di.'m. 1 i-1 ,1" Atlwna. Hiteaiie e1 T iftt'ft mad in the Hlfj i'ii mi - Fomraand Anfyrala .t lack-on. eerni'p WmarVweal pnpnwr nf the Pnldli Sn-in- mm I'heatlMin'a Anvtinn Huaiil . Hrown w nnild nj. il-1l FREEMAN & McMICKEN, AtTOKMAS AT IaAW, Jackson and Canton, MiEH , eTMati glial In all Ilia f'linrla of 111" "lib J il. 11 nnwlM. fftw HlKh (' tut 'T Rirnra and 1 yerla. and lire Fcdanil rin.li- nl .I-irfcai.n :iim Inr Thar r,i,y lip nddrpnard wy ma 11 m mm'' I ruber at jMkeea r Mwfti Oct I Hi') JNO. r. CLABK, AttorT.fy ol YAZOO CITY MISS, MIX nraciica in the (Ltuila It Hie felll 1 I m pwctbaa nl the relate .Ian PHYSICIANS. .: A If iia r B (tALLOVYAV, M. , n.-.a. !,,. mtm MM a,,,,... MMawfewMl A BktKpVa ritnu Ware, l aninn. May 21 y Dr. 'iiiiiic. aVHR a nacr W.J Hnnby (Jo a. JmmV la Dm. HABVEY & DIVINE. nrriCK ancTri ami Coitt rQntr MayM. m DENTISTS. DB. N. C. OEERK, l I I INT. "rro draft Moray, RrcMAftna A Co flaao .ro u. nil al. mm .1 1 1 M tixk r, 1 WMK MUCU rOU CASH. Frh lai-.i r,. 4 A II O A. M GURLEY. wwti.a ntnwi, ti ns ait ri.taa caaea tonai, liar aLT " ' Oaaia Malt, WOOF.. M N it; U ta It ft li, Ii Faaan, i 10 Wool from 10 to 10 rente, acaat'lnii paftlrte. Nor. II.IHI If i'holocraph' I'licM og r;i plis rlllF nr4rmi jvvA httn ntork arift Mpparnln- M.sr-ri Hi- rUfln (T r MMeMi VHOTtWhAW OA i.u:n; T.l MrVMfl MMmTIMmI ' to IM1 -t I di p rtlMI M tliitit in hi -ti. Hh t" 'u'y "," fJ( f ii W ill :it.V n j.if im nil frho w'lt n.m wuli ikrh Hlptji .-. 4 - 1 -' 'l'1'" "' -'.etititl s'ylti inado Ao1 t llotl'T a II WII.IJAMS, Aitit-t. rnlin, ftrf. 9, inr.9 tf rrrw, I. rape ihcm ami Mlratft bcr1 rv I'lants. 4 H Wr. it Mnwwwatl.nea, I'hitlawa, M I Tin At., ,, ,r pale, .iii-h aa . I i IVach Trcca. tnerally. ;.t 111) ier lull, nr TV', e'aili. , A paaa I'tpp. at IJnjH , Mt at Mela. cadi. IVar Taaaaal n aa, im.aeiA ,i. r.,1,, WHaaafa 1banr Hirawla rry to her I 'i"n nr H )WT IIKl. It ile', Karly Paacli .nil rtijnp.c f'llna are n ailer, aa ia Ibi- c.i-p In all Smith, in lliirai i . . I want a ietr ol ftTbaaftaf Who Hair a in on y bpim Ufa Ideal by , Im ; , m ut. OiUerit r,f,,ic,' ,.ij m w. riHi.ir-. Vrti. I. V I' VOL. XIX. BY JOHN F. BOSWORTH. jfth, rlc;m5 i ! Ton eeaaaaanjl , , I. ate ftl lie miction, Terry A Co. 8 UI lll:N . BftftOD . TOM & SAM HFNDERSON, c o r r ) A F .1 C T 0 8 -v, K 0 It W 11 1) I N I! ASH ( HM MISSION' MERCHANTS, JW. 88 Ptrdido St.. Fnrturij Roar, Nmv Oklkans Jan. 2. llf.9. J " pou r-Ma, COTTON FACTOR, -AND commission Mr.nriiAf t, No 190 Common Et. NEW MaI.nT.AKM. l.n. a f . . r i : eaah advanoea mada i.c rttoi nn-innrd to this hi'iine. Keb. IK. Vk-,. ly. t n nmTTriN. N .(Van., l.n n i, Moofit',, Raw Orllnna, 1.. w. TJIoJirsnx. Maftaob 'o . Mla. tin Cenwaan aem i intTTTON MOORE, COTTON FACTORS, AN I) i:FXKRAT. r0.rI!ISSX Ml'. II II ANTS. 71. Vo. 71 Cm wiiirfi f. 8aa ft, 71. NEW ORLEANS, La. w PuppMaa, TtiRinR, .Vr.. Parbiaikd, nod cftali daniaa niade on OaeMdyrneBwftea wr Mr. W. I:nry nil! pay tlu- rrnwftiaa tax on oolton 'o-i--'.cd InD'riMon A'MotM-e. n. J. ZI'!TS, (I.nlp Rlinrer & Znal.) COTTON NOTOR, N'o. 3'2 ftfraido fcirrrt, corner fjarandelel, iur c.'JO tr. New Orl-ans. ' ef AMBel PATIM, JJBoot and Shoe MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN TRUMCS, TRAVELLING BIGS AND VALISES, To. 113 Oihh Street, X, w Orltan iiatitutinn 8 ejea by Package or llorn. Feb. .'0, liD J The New Or eans Parcel Express, Tlco No, l Bank Place, cor. of Gravier St , New Orleans, 'KttS nmv it faHlllln r .i.i'l tr.ui- 10 al! uliipprrn ; en it miv numlifr of m tnirt-tl. Pftrl.u'jt s of M rcktt iirfixr on" nMre-ti. Iriim l!i huinpiM p-irt of the ily In tl" .J.i' kon It. It. Jepi't. 01 vice V(ji4 at lit- to lowing R A T E S: 14 raMfntfavM IwM. in wripjlit. 1- I'pnti. rVPfMNv Md MMitJt ."ilH ll- d ccnT-ft. vii-ii inMitiniiait loo Urs 10 eetta I'urchnara ittmjo, larsr. or tiniall, rlt Lmrrxt met! ciixli pritt ithont rpiiata or iptnm Laaaailaaleja rroaa aaOer. .nil ir-wid, triin-li nrd in '011- iil.iimeiil . ftuljact to (IKE DRAY.MlK OM.v ntain.ve ratea. ararOidi-ra f-r pii'i-h i...a tnnt la accompanied y M wMlaapra t thci la a anf)aaa ttaa neaeaawl will he ratftf aed ay ajall or Rspraei as ImttiipliaB, ! 1 li icinal invoii i k liirni.ln-d in ull caaca, iindp'.-i- i ft rl Mltial.ii-ti'111 i.'iiar.l!lirLil. i'tinntitlhiij Aiitndtd to Primptlp. IofiMonees;- niiTajt. Hea ft k Co., diaaaalnlaa MarrJianla Bank Wnealea A I'r.iit. Binkera. Wal .ice A r ... I li .. Tajlor. McBrn .V rn.. Clotaama. Koiicai .V Co.. raiidware. I.i'rl .1; .Varra. ("itii'liaiy, F. Iltldcn, lla'a and ra;. aim iihaaUft J. F. lULBERT I', o. a4r March 13 dm. . Baa l'.7'.t. I n . h, 11 1 as u , IIOMUTOt (-F PATENT A DBA LSI IS pat prTRoi.i:.M: iiminivc flijio, Lamps, Lamp Tixtures, & Glassware, I'oj ilrit :., bt f . t 1111111 .V Nl ( bn., NEW ORLEANS. LA. AM, 1MM ritOMPTI.Y ATTF.Npm TO. I l i: I ICOI I M Rl KWHl. PIJ ID j Thin is ,ir rrut tlfhitlrrufvm i.f tkt "g". ; It will nt Mn"k. will not mncll ia hifiiinir. It ran i not ! expl-ilerl It Wilt m l rrate jrWl hand or ' , r..ihai. No fTCMy "T rttrty -"li-iiinee r .hVclai "n tli utwiili' "f tin lump It hnrn witti (rrntT hrillititicv, -re. 1 : .in 1 -..(...--,, , nnv Co Ofl known. It i tili bnrw in atiiy Iritnp vii h Marev 'n Hiriy Utirnw. er villi the iNiouoait f-r LighllioiiFf MfM M I'-' lj t sT. at AMES IIOTl'.a. ;ll 9AMINM STREET, Mctwncn (Irnvicr ion) Natchca at... ni:w m.EAfm, la. R S. MORSB. Froprletor. I'd, tC-l, MECHANICAL. T; G. SI K DE, WATCHMnKER Jeweler. Hull hi v. Jewelrr, kr. All rei 'rii-e di.,,,- ia Aft n..rtt.-.t att!,'. nriar ajtlaal ir i v -1 la la rpnairia ad inj ul lac, auichk Jan. 23, ' 'a tl V. RWATKR. MERCHANT TAILOR, nTOVl I ' i i" cUullylnrormbi :',,,. nw j, f Hmj-NMommw, mH Ihe i 'i' '" . n ;( M iy, tli.it hi- his naMMMl 'i"iri Mi.u I mid t 7, 1 fled ill CijW . While Ml Will LOIitiOlM tun" Me reft ft nt Tmit9fkm HiBis hi nil it-i vai mw hia'i !.r-. Jlaviny an CXfiefkMCe j A Wmxiy li frtv ,r,iiw, lie MeM onRdfnt "! nt.il tty to 0ft pati-tactton to aM tflto mmy favor him i Lh Hon ; ii a NMn oi wnit ti nt it, from H " ! ibltR llaviay; r- i h it at.il carrlea on baaJMal In Sharon to ui.my y r.ra. rcaici tlnllj itjlara I', the eHeMM il Unit il;n-c and vicinity. Si'ol mi W- 1 .nlc I'lihln; aVrwaee imp itunr Xoill V J Bit hftraU A'ic. 5. im. kip f v n. ftWaateaafM aae Knulleb Pciaile nil aftaai aealaaawi nteri and leiia',1 ileal. ,,i.,., i w,,tnti aae V. V n irtfu i, reatvrei jioI rejrAtlal - I v i U,- u-t, and h-ar not; I .oi all tlio ends thou aim's! at bq thy Grod's, tli PUBLISHED gnfS Itoitincs ac. j , .1. i CO.. OA NTON M WHOL&SALE AND BKTAIL DUOGGIiTS ATiD APOTHECARIES. ' PFALSB4 IN WHITE LEAD, (MLS, V A R X I g TT P , I Window Glass, Sash, Doors, Futty i n i' v. iTvr v k , Perfume r R00K, H ALL PA I'ER, STAT10M:RY, FANCY ARTICLES, Hardware. Cutlery, May .5, M tf JUST RECEIVED and for si.le hy w. .i. Hem & co., 400 lhq I Wlifrrtli! Tiirnip See , war rRiiWil Lrr-.wih "i 1 67. 5000 Uh purr Whit,- Lead, 150 pals Linsped Oil. 1 00 gain Sjrits Turpenrine. EN" ROUTE , 5000 Mftit of WinHiiw Btm. 4 Av0tM Painifl D;mr. ROO Vexes uf W'iihId'w t;la.u-. All of wbicli will, be sold nt New Oblxanb PnirFS. 15, '09. rr-RTiniATr:. i!i in Si.M-ifir lu my pi.int.U ion fur p-n it n tli- !'-! uTii'tiy lor thrit in 4 1 all n-,..T vo.ir In- 1 rliit. am4 find oiIkt ti itt-n nl 1 Meant 1 iVnt I bavi itirMM, u ll ' . .III! ril lisin il. tbe j ntirnt cull Ubor, ai"1 ftl the mum ftan lii" firrthmrv ilipt.nml ma iiii-nx ni-nrt- frmn i( I. I. TAYLOR. Y J. M' !!,' V CO., ak'-i't. T I o T II i: THE GREATEST DISCOVtRY KNOWN TO THE WORLD IN MEDICINE the KI REKA I fFE-MaMB ELIXIR ! HA at last muli' Hway twin thfct etmtjkry, f-t li ivini; hi'fii in IM in tin 0 l Wttt4 tor s- mmy ypiiM, ami tfritj i'i Cliina. Tli" n i l" .itnl AMm-mM i't'.l 'i.i nii-t. Dr. Hep-ml nii. oi Peklb, ''li:na. Imh at hi-t (.uit.-rtitf j to liit (irfrtt Cimnksk ii . m 1 1. '. bhftg iiitro(Jitr-tJ n t iiir. cim1 Inept . wmi biu c-tiilili'lioil wh mtrnalc ReieM fur ilie pur-to-1 of suppiyuiff .ill drnrj-ri-ts ttii"ui,'tioi,t tin lWaM Md cuks of ..11 co uKry. H'iw ure Womi M. ilirino ha- furnu-i. Clttm (the nn-l Mtnniih itVt). v.-here ewrjr ot Lwr rtn ilj known in .1 'i i m M.dir.t bM Mil fin.illy lnilird. IT 13 KO KUMBUO O R M n r it i ti , 0 r 4 k Imt i'-. a prparnti'in irWcIl Ita hrcn lronL-'it ru' alt'T muriy l"iiif ftutt ol tlit fctym rgaeafipli aid id hy tht .Tfi l -t etM -micHl KiCtWC mid bkJi tliat could he hrt'iiiflit to hear in iln piouin.tioii, wu therefure piaie it wholly PPON ITS OWN MERITS, ASKING TIIK INVALID OK A FI I.H 'IT. I TO TRY IT ONCE, lo l,p r.lly ("'nviiiro.', an its (-fT.-' U rii itiJt:i'ititne oii-i Irom liif it MM taUi'li. twAttilUj a' MM9C WtQ MmrI md p-ni tiatilipl rv ry pttff "f Um wlinh' ho ly dlivingonl every lMHirHl 1nm llie vlii!e "V-teiii. and cwllfK lutM PUHE tJVE BLOOD MMM its Ii;im. Ffn SALE HY ALL Dm fli.IST.S. NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS ! Eureka Lifo Blood Elixir, A NEW ERA IN MEDICINE ON 1 HIS COMTINEN T Rv the n-'p of the nlmvc CHEAT CHINESE REMEDY. ftVaejrlefta teenaiejfceail the s- uili anil Wi st raa be eajjaalia Ihtaanvft Iha airftajn aatinla made i.v Dr. K. W. H'paerjaaa.jW Pekia. Chiaa. win- J. B.Wae--iii Co.. of tbe Waoteaate Iliajr Emnnrinm, nl HcBiphU, Ti-ic'nacc, to whiim all oril-oa moat be Mrlilil. ly FOUTZ'S Horse cfii Powflers. Thl, p eeawfttaaa, n- anil iaaaaaaaj . mil tl.i.r- gel retaiTlftuiaai ekeacatewa and eainapn I, gtln iiiiK K&attM La MmI iuttb- It is n MM Me ntiv nf nil ilis this animal. Mek w tXDfQ FF.VKt; Y KI.LOW '. TUL H I A V I.S, GOUfl IIS, W3 T I M I' E It . PI VKKS, fill fDRF LOSS OV AITi: TITI AM' VII l EN KMT, Ice. Tt- WI MaVf tit, w ' ti tl , iucrt ne: tl.C apatite -i.e. H a 1 1 1 iii' Jil.i: fc(o-.sv nk.ui anj trnromi" t l . MiMmlH Fkfletori I ort :. To ke-pers of Cowf Mil-, pr. p:ira tio:i t- ini nlonM,'. ft bMMMM CM eMMMt ui"l i pea, tli analit el il a p. ilk. It baa bean I"' ran niy ac aaa, rraaeaaaaal l, -ly p. If pi vi'ii III llmfc i- p i r,i II, , I l, I- Price 25 Casta mt Paper, orarayaae fr El. ntEI-AKIlU BY f. vV. t'ot rz c UKO., . AT VUM1M franauu mbw ami mmam mm. No. 11(5 Franklin S., Fnltimon;, MA. Pa. ri;,,,. hy llracel.ta an,l aVaereaacfare Huwugb HI'. Ill" United Stat-,. . BAVIT) F. FOUTZ, W. .1 I ' n a t- 1 1 Hi ! aS lll' ld' lit t'l k. siajDrvEks. nio a p.n- tootttec Mrf MtrtM ' ' ' r" niuh lurtee. In all iliias's tif Swine, such ad ' i-'U- , t Icri in tt V x-. Ife II, iiiiiiiiK I i ..if. &r 1. t ' ' I'll. -r.-iV. "aa t I - ,1 li:.- tlU X' CANTOX MISSISSIPmSATUJiD WEEKLY OFFICE, MASOC3IC o tt t n . AFTHR THE BURIAL. nv JIMH MTtMaOX LOWELL. V'"a. Knitli a fjtiiid'y airr'ior ; WdM sides ire bipm i .f pftfc At the how it 8m so ftU'Wart In tile blaJT bmad aboaiUered Cailm And wlirii. OTAf hiCilaer?; t.i ifipwdM The tatlereu t-iir. :re luulid Ir nay keep our feftMM ' M tenij.eal. With it. (;rip on tlie Lite of world. U:it. after the ihipwrMajt. tell me What Mtlp i;i ita iron tfenvil, WH true to th hroken hawser, DMp iloxu amnnij sea ifctd ar.d o. ze? In thrt hro:l;"i(- fl'ilT of sorrow. When the hetpteM feet Ftrett-h e it, Ard m) in the AeejM of duktn.-ss tooting M solid as douht. Tin n btUM ono spar of menviry. One hiokeu plank mt tM Mist, Th.it our human heart may Mttg t VMWgfc lioj.Cie.-j of .hoie it last! To the spirif. its mAmi4U iu-joetare, To the llesh its sweet despair. Its tenrs o'er tin' turn- worn loekrt Wiih its tKMuty of dealhle.s.s hair. iMMlM ? I fefl it and kn'r.T it ; Who iln'.lits it or .nic'i as sfie? H it thnt is tin pattf- !i err secret Irrmtci till awav liom me ! There's a narrow i ido in lh 1 jjraveyard Would scarce stay a child in his race; But to m" and my thought II is wider Than tlie star-sown vague of space. Your logic, my friend. i pnrfcct. Y mr morals most drearily tine, lint the eaith that stops my darling" cars Muks mine insensate ton. ('nnilo if yon wil' ; 1 can t ear it ; Ti a well-meant alms of hi oath ; But Bfft all the p. caching since Adam IJaai p.i.U'J Duut!i other thun P:-ath. romm'.fiioi, in pii it ! Forgive me, But I who urn eaithty arol weak, Wntild give all my incuties from dr'aml.i For hi r losc-Ieat palm on i;.y cheek! The little shoe in the MMI, tSo worn, and m ink led and hrown I's MMtonMM hollow confutes ynm, Ar.d Higue your wisd'm down. A LITTLE BOY'S POCKET. Do y m k:iow wh it 'n in my p ttet ! Such a ht of tre.isur -s in il ! Listen now while I bed in it : Such a lot of sines it h his, And all then i- y-Mt shall tohi; Every rinK i it 's m my pot tet And when, and .There, and how 1 dot it. First of a'l. here 's in niy pattct A he Mity shell - I pi. k -d it up; And here's the handle of a t&p That s'.mctmily 1(311 Ml ':: t tt-H' The iMell 's a bMe in it jnm tee; N-d.i.dy kriows tl al I have d . it I keep it Mfa heie in my pettet. And here's r.iy ha!l. too, n my prt;ct. An 1 here 's my peuni-s, one. two. t.o. That Annty Mary gave t m-; To nmrtow d.iy 1 ;i bay n iade. When 1 "m oat w i'kin" with tNe m lid; I can't put dat here m my poltet ! But 1 can use it when I 'n dot it. Here 'a. sotti more ins in my potl- t ! IF re 's my lend and here s my BtMMj, A nd MM I had an iion ring, H it throuuh a hoV ir h.st MM d y; And that is wha' I always M - An elderly man, shabbily attired, I was seen walking throagrl one of Ihe i fashionable streets in a large city, one cold December daj". His coat of coarse gray hail evidently seen hard .IIV.'I' A acaft 's the aratftl in in n po-tct; ' II ITC :' ,1 ! i, 1 11 v. ,1 .1 i. .Tlisc(Kiinrou5. KOT AT HOME. i service, though still perfectly whole a little rogue of th e, with a smiling1 and neat. ihe traveler walked i face which could not help looking , slow ly tilting, as I have said, exainiu roguish, was stroking the cat the ing carefully as he passed tin- names wrong way. much to the disturbance OU the door plates. Ile finally pans- ! of poor Tabby, who had quietly sit ed before a dwelling of show e tied herself down to pleasant dreams' tenor, w hich, if we may credit the I npoo the hearth-rug. I testimony of the plate upon tlte door, AU at once a loud knock w s heard was occupied bj Alexander Beau-1 at the door. mont. 1 Kmina." s-ii.l the mother, " "U may , I Alexander Beaumont! yes. that's go to the door anil see who if is, and i the house.'" niuriiiiir, d Ihe I ia veler 1 in it, t hem in. for it is a cold day.' to himself, as tie ascended the steps I lanma iiuinediatelv obeyed the ami rang t lie Hour Dell. His summons was answered bj a servant, who. after a moment s scru tiny, which apparently was not of a rely favorable character, said roughly: ' Well, sir, what do yon want .'" Is Mr. Beamon! at home V asked the old man. without heediiig the in ; l cut ional rudeites -. No. sir. he is not ." 'Then perhaps I can see his wife V 1 think it very doubtful ; but 1 will go and see." 'fhe servant v. ithiilew without asking the oh! man lo enier. though the day was very e,iid, and his cloth ing seemeti hardly snfnCieBt to pro icet him from its inclemency. Mrs. Bea fanteuil in nt w as reclining on a niii kaudsoutoh turn was list islted. The last new in her hand, and her lessly glancing over '.'. as interrupted in ! the entrance of t lu- s Well : what now. quired. There is a man ih ill;. razim wen pages, reading ant. llv r she irs want t am. ' M an ' a g"iu leman. yo No. ma'am,' sal. I Bel for she well tinih rstood up geiitlenten in tin- c sense of the ii nil ; ' it ist man al all. nil he's gol i mean I r, sioit'tlv, ha de nventional I a g'entli oil Id gra coal and he has no glovt i Whirt can In- want ol mt V ' I don't know ; he inquire, I Mr. Bcaumonl ftret,' I on didn't bring him in 1 1 I lor, did ot. '" The gii ! shook her head. ' You did right, ami you'd ! tell him I am not al home.' ' M r . P- laumonl is not at i said Betty, reappeai ing al I Ii 1 I suppose tlt.il means he I afti he tier ! f 1 A T I HAUL BUILDIN'C, SECOND FLOOR kiii: h,- I sec jnt1 i hen Jell her ISt' Hill , . Beau aul uiv it bTold rag ln uiast ttty, '.v. -.mil klrd l hi' Stairs. M Itr-tiveiis : liii bcr miii ran wlio t iL;a..'i i.Uiit old vet !lf '. , s u"ii nolioih know ,,i i a i - lu- would never riacRfiiiii. 'And now ! r-iij.;.. is us poor ;is a ral anil want. Well. In- won't get it il' 1 can li lint 1 suppose 1 must see him.' Tiie lad . descended, fully pr to oivc i ho visitor a fngid' rei i h pared ttion. !'ii! not in:. -taken." said the ol(( man v.iji feelitie; i'.'s Alexander's Wlte.' on me right, sir. I am Hie ri of Mr. Alexander beaumont, and suppose froin your lausroaKe y are ' ' Mis uncle Henry. Ah me'. I have been absent so many yenis. and it doos u, good to return 10 1111 kin dred.' The old man leaned on his stall', and his features worked convulsively as thoughts of the past eanu- over him. Mrs. Beaumont stood balding the door. ;f jf waiting for him to ile part. She did not gi ;, ';im any in vitution lo ent. r. Is your husband well:" inquired the visitor, looking in, as if he e pectetl an mvitatii fresh liimsi If aliei n to enter : his walk. I re , an interval of rest. He is ; if you have air, 1. for him you may lea ve it wi and I will deliver il.' sai Beaumont, desirous of ridding of the intruder as speedily as hie. Van may i.'!l him I have said the visitor in a disap; tone. and that I would Ike seen him." 1 will fell him :' and Mrs. inont iras nlvmit closing the di herself possi- died,' tinted : have T.. i fold ! there is one ip What has become of sister Anna P I don't know- much about her. was the rather disdainful reply: 'but 1 think she married a clerk, mechanic, or some such person. Ilis name i Lowe, and he lives on Norton street is t hat all f That is ah.- The old man turned his stei to wards the street indicated, with many forebodings lest his second visit might be as unwelcome as his first appeared to be. Betty,' said Mrs. she closi-d t he door. ; comes again, be .-.unto tell him I am not it Norton street was 1 ble street nor was Beauin If that 1 I fool forget mic, a fash mi the two stoi William Low . It was mar! dwelling occupied by handsome and costly ed, however, by an air of neatness, w hich indicated that its (eiianis were not regardless of outward appear ances. We w ill take the liberty of intro ducing you into a little sitting room. w here Mrs. i.ow e and her three little children were even now seated. A plain, serviceable carpet covered the Boor, ami the remainder of the fnrni (cure, though of a kind which would hardly be sole ted for a drawing- room, had a coinioi table, homelike appearance, which simply satisfied the desire of those who derived their happiness fr 1 higher and less mutable force than outside show. 1 Mr. 1. our was seated in a rockirigj chair, engaged in an employment ; which I am aw are is tabooed in all ! fashionable society. I mean darning dockings. Kmma. a u'iil of ten, was b nsiiing np the hearth, which the ashes from the grate, in which a brazing tbe w as j now burning, had somewhat disor I dered, while Mary, who was two I rears vonnser. was reading. 'baric. . n tin n. Is Mr. laowe at homer impaired II. ui v Beaumont tor it was ne. Yes. -ir.' said Bmma, ' please walk in, and you may sec her.' She ushered the ohl man into the com fort;1, ble sit ting-room. Mis. Lowe arose to receive him. I believe.' ten in tub fare muni, int P Veil are ri -aid he. ' I'm not mis t! u III! A n.l tllf indei ed .. and I ta vi com fin ir Ye-;, pijr remember hi 111 well mj untie (lenrj and 1 have mai time, wished I cooki hear somethii from him. I 'an yon give inc ens i format ion I can. for 1 am he.' Y ci :n uncle !' said Mrs. Low in mrprise, then sou arc indc welcome. Kmmn. bring your i lie arm chair ami pha'e it eh HI: the fire; and Mary, bring yonr fatlter's slippers, for am .-.are poor, ileal' llllcld most long to gel off those '.. : bootet. And now, nude, when i you lire quite tested, 1 mint demand i a recital of yonr adventures.' But your brother Ale miller.' in d Mi about Pc:l him I he oud A let fin th in II; eit v now. d.ie A light c Lowe's lace. ' Yes.' &id eit s : ct af ra seldom oi m ,-llci'ci di'd i ever since hi small piopeil l-ol shv At iiiiclii in, n ij' UiieJ-fr 'tap nni rv. il Truth's." 1869 TE I CS Three Dollars hlaute him so mueb as his wife, who I is said t.i have a great inllueiiee over him. i have eaih-il one, , Imt she treated m-.- so euhl!;. that 1 have not I fe'i a disposition to renew my visit.' j : ean easily peuere it. wsta tin reply, for 1. too, nave been rermised. mi la pulsed '? Hid you give our name and inform her of your reial ion in her husband P 1 did, hut she diii not invite me to enter : anil siie w as evidently im patient 6 1...: ko lie gone ;' 1 ' look the hint, and here I am.' 'A: leasi. allele.' said .Mrs. I. owe. smiling, ' you. need not lie afraid of any repulse here." i that 1 am quite sure,' gait) .lie feni leman, looking affectionately the lace qf his iteiuei t-J'.ut von uiaj nib have not told me of vour husliand e. I laet me know whether you have a I i oood husbandf he added playfully. 1 Thai depends upon what is meant I by the term. If it implies a rieh husband, i lien, 1 ftd most eel I aiu ly, for 1 illiam's salary is only eight hiindred dollars a year, ami that is wh;vi we have to depend upon. But lor all thai I t are not. tot a kind, ati'eet-ionate husband is of far more worth thail a lna.ulli!ieeiit house and the most costly tin nit lire.' 5Tou nr.- right,' said her unele warmly, and I infer that your hus band is of such a churaeter." 1 le is, in I ruth.' kjull,' ountinued her unele. ' there must be something which your limit ed ini-oine will not permit you to ob desirable, 1 lam, but w lilt 1 1! I be i is there not, I 1 ' Ye;,' said Mrs. Lowe. ' I am anx ious to give EUnma and Mnrv a musical education, but William's means will not allow of such extrav agance as the purchase of a piano; so that is one 1fce things w e must deny ourseh es.' Mr. l.;.w e t hen entered, anil being I informed ot the character ol his visit : or, In- extended a heartv welcome. ' ''o il. t A eomfoitable mnaflt was soon tio'i more spread, of w hich .Mr. Beaumont read lex, rider's j ily partook, ilis spirits rose, and lie - seemed lo rrow vounaer as he saw tlje dieertul faces around him. Soon after the evening n;eal he rose to de MWt. .Surely you arc not going ?' said his neice, von must henceforth take up yvur aliode wit h us.' I ' We will me about that, and ii von don't think von will get tired of me. perhaps I w ill come, ilut 1 have hireda lodging and must undoubted ly remain in it. for a few days' l!ui vouiiujst call ia every day ami make yourself perfectly at home ey ti before you come to stay." per sisted his niece.' lie assured of that.' lu accordance with his promise. Mi Beaumont made his appearance next day received : at eleven o'clock, and was is cordial! v as before. He had hardly been in the ter of an hour, w hen a house a qnar huid rap was heard at the door. She beheld t wti in a put. mi. 1 pi- men who had just driven up wagon. Where is the piano to be nia'aii V 'Piano! Voii have .made a take, we have not purchased I Isn't your name Lowe V 'Yes.'' 'Then :, is all right. .lint. b ir a I hand for it's confounded heavy.' I - lint I am quite sure there 11111 t be some mistake." still insisted the perplexed Mrs. Lowe.' Xot at all,' saitl a loud voice be hind her. turned around in anulzcllient 1 Yon know,' continued the uncle. ! thai 1 am goinsr to come and livi wit Ii you, and ! 'hmight 1 would pay i my board in dtlvairee, that is all. .s on expressed a w ish yesterday for a piano. I thought it would be as ac i eeplable a way ;is any." ' Yqii uncle ! Why excuse me bill f thought from -rrom' You me;. u," said he smiling, ' that von thought by my appearance that I could not afford it. Ami I confess ! that my dress is not in the extreme of the fashion, and in fact I was obliged to look son,, time when I called at the Beeond-hand clothing I store before. I could find those. How ever, as I nave got an tue service l wished out of them, I shall throw them aside to-morrow and appear i more respectably clad." What 1 are you wealthy, uncle V j 'Depend upon it. Anna. I didn't I spend ten years in the Easl Indies; for nothing.' was the reply. 4 1 had I a mind, however, to put on the ap pearance of a poor man. and so test the affection and disinteredness of my relations. One of them, however, is not at home ; I am glatl to find myself at home w ith the other.' i.et ns return to the aristocrat it Mrs. 1! . who, in a few evenings succeeding the event here recorded, was in her drawing room receiving By tin visitor. 1 way.' said a fashionabh am to ha e your relatives . far HIV llet door neigh the Lowes, l bors.' I ' Next-th I vr, --. Ktaui ' do vou me; neighbors 1' exclaim i d ; m 'w hat We vou have not heard fori ll!!- I Vi s. Lowe's i-t returned from the with an immense for- line! Mast tUlje ' I Imlii e has bak as ours, tl into it . Mi a house in t hi same and when thev have to I b w ill take in. Men hi- ,ing at tl: Beam Beanmou liume lial t i th her li'isl I an audi ItllP: St'ip'Ullg. req'.iestet Tin tier eai Hgnilir l.'ich tls : in ' -pea. truth NO. 21. k ir annum. Solium Thoncrhts. mr JOSH DILLXXG 'ihe teal-of God i, the ultilo.snnliv , ( of religion : the love of God is tiie ehyriiy of religion. Mope is a hen Unit lavs more eggs than she kan hatch out. Better leayp yore elrflfl virtew than lar.ne;. : but this i. a secret know n onU tew a few. 1 honest iy bpleave it is belt or t ., know uotliin than tew i imii what ain't so. About the hardest work a fellow kin do iz tew spark two gals at once and preserve a gota average. Prudery is one of virtew's bas t li ds. A nickname will outlive enny man or thing: it iz like the crook in a dorg's taile -you may cut it off and. throw ; It behind the barn, bnt the crook iz thate yet, and the stump iz the epitaff. If you analise what most men call pleznre, you. w ill find it composed of one pan humbug and two parts pain. When you haiii'l;, got nothing tew do, do it at QBeti : thiy 1 tin- w ay tew learn tew be bizzv. Wo liacc liPi.il 1,1,1 that k.' , way lew- overeum misfortuues is tew ba. 006 stol l feW" tight with them. 1 have tried both' Inciedible as it may seem, many of ways, and recommend a successful j the 1 ichest planters in Jamaina live, dodge, ion coffee grounds. 1 tie art ot upcoming ot important'! in the eyes of others, iz nor tew over rata yourself, but tew cause them tew do it. The true way tew understand the judgments of heaven iz tew submit tew- them. Method iz evrythi'ig, espeshily tew ordinary men : the few men who can lift a ton at pleznre have a di vine right tew take hold of it tew a disadvantage. The nam! of man iz like a piece of land lh it, teal be useful, must be manured with learning, ploughed with energy, sown with virtew Harvested wiln economy. Whare religion iz a trade, morality iz a merchandize. Conversation should be enlivened with wii. not composed of it. The less a man knows, the more he w ilt guess at : and guessing iz nothiuwj wore Mian suspicion. (ioing tew law iz like skinning a new milch cow for the hide, and giving the meat tew the lawyers. Death, to most of us, is a kind of '; farewell benefit "' posit; . ely onr last appearance." PTioohj Me quite often lii. .' horn ets, very bizy, but affont what the Lord only knows. Living on hope is like living on wind a good way to get phull, but a poor way to get phatt. Jealousy dent pay; the best it can do is t, w diskover what we don't wan tew. Secrets t: an nor t expt art mori tragcs on frient ships. I don't think thai a bail dangerous as a weak 0111 man is as 1 don't think that a bile t hut has come to a head iz as risky as a fliddi n one that may conic to a dozen heads, A vivid imaginasliun is like sum glasses, makes things at a (distance look twice as big as tin y arc. t his to us twice as small. Hope iz a draft on times honored, hut tiitui gene ty, sum tHy rx- I i..n,i,: Il' the world deSpil what must they thi heaven .' Flattery iz like Ko one be smelt of, not swallowed. After all, there dont seem tew be but this difference between the wise men ami the phools the wise men are all fuss and sum leathers, while the phoolaj are all fuss and no feath ers. , ., Without friends and without ene mies, iz ihe last reliable ackount we have of a stray dog. Men, generally w ban they w hip a mule, sw ure ; the mule remembers the swaring, but forgits the licking. Sum folks wonder where all the lies come from, but I don't ; one good liar would pisen a whole conn try. Hunting after fame is like hunting after fleas haul tew ketch, and sure tew make you nuCasv if vou do or don't ketch them. Mennv people spend trying to find the hob v into this world. If two through the ice into a thev had better hunt for their time here sin got j men brake mill j.-iuid. some gootl hole to gel oul, rathe; than, get into a long argument abont the hole thej cum to fall in. Iiuaginaslnui, too much indulged in. soon iz tortured into reality: this iz. the way good boss thjefs are niatle a man leans over a fence all day. ami imagines the boss in the lot belongs tew him, ami sure cnull. the firsf dark' night, the boss tloes. if yon mpst chaw tej backer, young man, fur Kjavcn's sake, chaw old plug, it i the nastiest. Editoi'J Bed. n village t lie editor of a In I cor! I newsttapaf had a room at the I. I'.cing absent one night, and house being crowaled, the land- lord next were I p.il me fon i stranger in his lied. The niii" 'he following lines d i 'i ; 'u room : ra bed 1 at ntpht, so- what, tbaa preaa tilitor in the w nltl ukaa bis aaa. I my hanrfcle cot, na I'I'I 1 in the Caatlnt alter made n it's ol the hi the THE AMERICAN CITIZE i Is rUM.MP.HI KVHIY fjATflinw JjAi-afTv,-, UY J O II IS F. HON H fli: T!f . !t i-: the largest prtpi'T pTi'ilitii..! In tlii- secti 01. snt e "ntninR TBora Pli;iciiE, Arifullitrsil itud li 01 1 irtiltaral M ;ttl r. I. oral J istt 1 1 i nri-'i H It in? and 4i -- nl .-,;. i.'n;' j..ii i-rin aloaiiiwrm R l : .1 Ij.iii ii - (911uties. f The Vnr-t'-t-m Ufpanmral h. '. . -n nm-'e I a of"- .1': . .iiniwHl ectiLiin ili l;-st .0".; i-- that tl-. 'a'.'--' la-aMtertl an.! -iTiowtiiat-- A,rn, , iy, '.v.-r3B4btork r;' -. s efrDe vuiiulp- - til pra.-lnoe. 1 In Palitieft, our inrjip slmll be as V I. - -.-. 1 .-n. i "to stair! by tiar r ti'itry." j Special atte-itiotl v. ill be fiven to thr , pnWriitior of niait-rs of l.oenl unci Cr ii r.il Illl'H'at 'I'o Art vert iwri',"i i,r f li c ol ,1 km at 'I' hr. : t:nv ii aii riiizen is esttfbSAed on a Orm mo4 j paying husU, and our l'u i, iidiy nj erntanlly g l! IlL", CVl-PS AND WHET3T0MES, Thieves usually tlo business "or. their own kouh.''' 1 1 i;3 es! pain to loarn in youth than be Ignorant in age. Bife i-i a cnafrmdrem wliieh the sharpest w it has to give up. The rich think that people with naiioht are neaessarily nanghty. Watches are often stolon. livery -watch should lie upon it guard. Money U Uwaiji. imr profession;-. vocalists know that it goes for a 80llg. . We like a black eye; we like a blue one. We do not like a black and blue 0D&, . Every beiwonk is well convinced that the eyes or all the world are up on his tail, If a soldier stands six feet in Ids boots, how much v,tll lie stand in his canteen ? A Quaker in "Sew Orleans n so upright iftaU his dealings that he won't sit down ro eat. When we hear a novice nlaving 1 the organ, we think the iugtrumeut What wind would a hungry sailor w ish far at sea i A w ind that blows ftnel and then fheps- If you think your opportunities are not good enough you had belter im prove them. A man is bsdlr off if, in luirtt w eather, he has Chinks in his roof, and no chink in his pocket. When is a lane dangerous to walk in ? When the hedges are ihootimg, and the IniHrushes out. Why is a married man like a can- andidle? Because he sometimes goes out when he ought not to. It is true of many persons that then memory is nothing but a row ot books to hung HP grudges on. Solomon advises the. sluggard to go to the ant; but the shiftless of tmrdav generally go to their "uncle.'' 1' ATI:. " Patrick, tlo you know the fate of. t lie drunkard !" " Fate i don't I stand on the most beautiful pair you ever see I" " We know a girl," pays some one., so industrious that when she has , nothing else to do she sits and knits 1 her brow." , . Many have puzzled themselves about the origin of evil. I observe I there is evil, and that there is a, way I to escape it, and with this 1 begin : and end. I "No man in England thinks of , blacking his own boots,'' saiil an Englishman to Mr. Lincoln. "Whoso t beiots does he, black ,'" Mr. Lincoln ' quietly asked. When you pass a donr after nine, o'clock at night, and see a young man and woman, and hear a smack. you may but, your bottom dqJLyr. that the young man doh'tlfve th-Mc. j " iVestward, ho !" exchiimsa west ern exchange. We should say a fel I low might as well hoe eastward as ! westward, si net) he lias got to dig for i hypocrite. ' ;l living wherever he may bt. oi Lint inj " Do yon seek consolation far your i sorrow s in drink ?'! asked a Mbosold, water, tew lladv of an inteiniierate fellow, .who I was spnjet,liing of a wag. "Yes, iq 'a horn," was tec laconic and witty 1 reply. " I say ma," exclaimed a little minx ol thirteen, "do you know what the pyrotechnical remedy is for aery i ing infant?'' "Gracious goodness, mi: i no ; I never beard of such a thing !"' I" Well, ma, it's resv,." A Chicagoian about to set ont on ' his travels, and having his feet light ed by Ihe la nip of experience, has procured a trunk enrascd in sheet , 'iron, on which his name, appears in. ! large letters, with a defiant : r Throw and bod." A Sunday school teacher asked a link' girl who was Ike lirst man. She answered that she didn't know "he quest mn was then pat to ai: Irish girl, who answered. ' Adam, sir,'' with apparent satisfaction, "La" said the first child, "you leedn't feel so grand about it In wasn't an Irishman f" ATTENTION FLANTEB'S ; CYft tv ST. LOUIS E ' E"V1B- ftDa, A. MACFART.ANK: HAVft) Ft LI ON. A. II ACi AKI.AN i:. -alci ia in r.-,,..l in one of I lie tirst romai --- "o !ioua a ,a St. Lpeaia, ml DAVID H i.TilN. whe ry mualhiac. n-iih.atol i-,l ernVincil ', a,-i! l,ia frieiols of Madisan aiirl t-nrniincli:ie cimttpa, lmvn unite, t in bllaioeftft. unocr die -t ic of r!".C"ARLANE& FULTON. pyi p tile m , :.;vrr. llocp M I'o' Oourl Suuara. ana ,Ioor frotn 'x;,r pa , rWea. (heir dftllM ab ly lllc coon; rv w ith r-i, ins. leoc, i'i,'. r LiHTATIOI SUPPLIES, $?ns V iMniaclV Rcilmi'tl Prires; I - no" rH elite the it - poi.' V.M0L. :nrr lEBswar, Etc, Etc.. Etc yi