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Ssjj mi , aflti?" nary, FOB flS OP Sl'BSaitlPTION: !i ii - . ("'TO omiMU, a Sr. MP .-1 uui iir TJMiUT UMBO ,iaPJ' UauxaUnara I .. . -- ; ClAXr rf ' ''(''.' 1 ifcto i i lin it uwmi iiaqsft i ilL ' '...; n Are'.irtot, . T Jk.am 1 1 60 ttf. .in,. Sate : -. i - ss -w-WOS : enmved & m avu v 'or a dav. tM tk. fm. , 2' "wwor oia In reftftamrttxd. 'the awawfmm I TIE 4 ... Vmkft I V73)pa -IK'S - B49WO. Wwfli w mitMm.w.... s&aa MXhudiiti tnnhaaj,.... ard. !CiiatML,. Advertising Rate. I w i W. 4 Mi si r mm -wis in $f item ess mm j-t i j i. s m s soils n: fr' Ht im aaa i S asj SOsU ; 2 ! W.i'. (..; ju 10 oj u so ij uu ;-, . 15 Mjoort j J !J m 1 1 t 17 3j 32 rr to OOSSivO'WI 12 it 17 iVn OS S3 (M O-'jaa)M0 t)NliaWiwtg)M0 I UN iiu old friend P. The Doctor bw.fr. aad weii preserved, xj. h of - family of fifteen ana- mn '. ext mohrlutfxn hrrar bar,. nKi. tofeir into ?H?tMJier tba world: rffwyAy suspension bridge, tfadnjttioos a to pei ; ktOT these a thi. hl ZTTnCr x- Pae8fcr' flDJ DOt i Robert Wibon, decewed, of Sa- Jr oy where. Time u pio and trti. uft . rjf aJoato Jude Bowman of Yazoo City, and made him executor of hi will. Clarion the Legulatura. Vol. Xlvi. Jackson, Mississippi, Wednesday, Ndfifififc Over the State. BUSINESS LIFE tricfcrfel 4TJ i UQ two Uaina rnnmni all the trhit ana a caaige way prT each iide, and no ! had sone to Tuas to lire, are returning W notice several Mieaiesipttana who if On U con'rvio of f:' T. OUSKIBI Of tn t iMouat of ua per eat. vill ' Mrtal at tit rtt pro- tmn oa Ktrtw. mtet mi 1 ftw.i rf mm .4 Ml local pl iri'.n. !iey will U- Siiteeath Section Lands. Dcbast, Mm., Not. 1. 188ft1 II-MI ' ''' V - ' ton 'H ti.Ai: iu you jiitiiw v'.ur r -H'lers the lav. tu rueard t rhnol-laod- know n isteefi th etc Alv) utate how the moiK-y -de- (r im t"" or iairj lan'ls itajj U. Chu tlie lui.Uo ol:aiinl from Mleof litiuM in oue twiHh;p Ue ajr . t -i any . tuxil ouUiUewt that town On m'iney obtained ffmn li. of sixteenth section he nwd for scho-jl narpose? lie eneL ,v ii-ifislatc fur itself concerning tl Lentil i-ctton m.uooL luiiU, nr is tlten -ral Ihw for tue fctaU'T Are i:iyr' "itl nai orovwioim H"utmihi: Bv ifivin It. Vihj wil we eecnred a good aeat at PLYMOITTH CHCIXH. wo had to be there lung before the upen -ingof service. Mr. Beecber haa aged cotuiderabiv, being now on borrowed tirrir. nc naM ihpHmWB unA tori lint pie has not ontgrown hi profinitr for onjpit'jokea. several parties presented Neiriselves for baptism.- He said, if there was any children to be baptized, tic wouJd attend tu it next Sabbath, the weather favoring, if any mother had fi'teon or sixteen children to dedicate t the Lo.d, and preferred to bare the nervK-e i-r!orm-a at home, he woulii bees learn i tie the follies i and holkwnes? of the bosine wwM, and vet von are not trying to bring bear upon the this Gospel whkh s t. correct all abuses and abqtub aJU igno rance and correct ali mistake?, and arrest all crime and irradiate aB darkness and lift ap all wretchedness: Can it be that DfttsrifJurandinir r.mr imuilllail lilli Indrwrtrr, devoutness, Christian ser-! the intricacies oi business you are irao- vice, said Dr Talmage, are all recom- j raQt of tbuse things hich will last tV mended in this one short text. W hat! soul lone after bills of exchange and is it pontile to conjoin themT Ob, yes. commissions and ,4 o voices sod cVsig A Sermon to Business Mam, by Or I. DeWit Talmage. ' -"Tim M)iai is tmnness; ttrreai la spirit. crriaj tti ird-' Sjwh XJX -sIaaT in T7. JsoTee-rn-lBtV irrcn lasf TTrfrirr nniriT tliafii a 4 Mr. J. C. Houston, a young man of ! Meridian, employed on the Alabama ! (treat Southern Railroad was ran over i s'sss e-i Mrs i IV. is i I I 111 It .if -.isill mi 1 L si ,ll's r.s at 1 . . tZ T I . ..X . . . few dvs riree L oeiceij religious oust- asents and rent rolls bare crusapied op . , , '" wiKeeu wain swi iwgeis, bp i and consumed in the nrot a judgment A negro woman at Hazleburst ye- tween churches and Counting-houses- dav terday gave birth to foor children, two Oa the cof trary, religion accelerates ; Again, God intended business life to boys and two girls. They were prema- b::sines. sharpens men's wits, sweetens j he to too lare.v.Dorn ana were uesn. dot were seerhitv oi dispositioB, tuiips toe blood i wen iormei ana penevi canureu. oi pniczinaiics aua tnrows more veioci- 4 . i' . I. - , . fv inti nil irut viuNila nf h ri, anre T i :;:mir irrr i- i.,a' it .zlt Jrini i osgsof the won w onerea so wnue yir. ana .nrs. i. t nium rir "--- " : Ltl for seonndro sin as church, tramps entered their dwelling ! balancing; to the will more strength, to , J Jmu IMt . the atastrssnlsdcw. CHver ux jmieriectioi u 2i, 188'?. 1 I'fB Ai.'-rra BV SSrSSjS M. ST SSkSS swa H fcethe ans MgnTiv ffesttb .nsser , Feri the No. 47. Vsyne tied in Mexico. lveVtarMiYovetoiireil were the prThHpleVfhs rede in ttsVi tissristMss tiedira tjrp aas ail sW is re tV ftoss Windows, and the bars are not taken from the doer. Men oas atom? and to sjtdltsre sf gvi eplo-resd s cant & SCHOOL OF cBnisru:: world m rrn rity. offered troxlurc. At this the gravity of the and took a lot of valuable ieweirv and industry more muscle, to enthusiasm mSu. Ll J I f. l i . . .... . . 4.4 Vm . ! ij e oblige a .Ti:.-rifBHH. L'ing refered the forcgoinsj to At .j Goneral Catchings, we r. tn m by him that ali tlialaw on th ..i i. f,,':ni1 i.l the Crtde of 10. U MS - rl seo. S--tioii TUidin-cU tliat tie J t ileriveH from the snie or leises' 1 'ittxt veusrAble dtflSUDS broite rlnwn 1 and the ushers behnved worse than ever Hn re was a frenenrl ripple of laughter ialhe ehhreh. But ftaviug hr this, and sOTeral other strokes, cleared the deck for action, them was no mere foolihues The services were reverential and ruch- ' ing to the last degree. He first read and 'cftna minted upoti the "i'arable of the rioJ.Sxmaritan;" read it as only Mr. B ecner can read the .xripturt-. And pre-entry the tirea?hfnj was so solemn ind Sender that I began to inquire, "Who can r-eeneh Mke Mr. Beacber" It -,v:m a thSsjdi a seraph bad touched liis Hi.- wits s live coal from 0 If the ier d altar Hi theme was "the u- premacfof Christian Love," our leve to. God a exhibited iu his text, Mark Hi .I:!', the .-t iry of the woman who awnoioted tae head of the hlciied Sa vioart 1 1 is diesvsurw.' was a gem, without a spot or a llaw. "This woroau," said he "as a wotnau, coald not become a dis f ciple and preach the gospel. But ber I heart's great love bad to have some out let, and she found it in the cruse ot about $50 in money The Vicksburg Herald and the dluin bus Iii-lex are outending which shall be the great city of Mississippi, Vickbur or Columbus' and in the meantime they sre overlooking Meridian, which iu our opinion will in a short time surpa either. Heidleburg Review. The Canton, Aberdeen and Xashvilie Railroad, a branch of the Illinois Cen tral, was opened on Monday, Nov. fi from Kosciusko, Miss., to Ackertnan, Miss., a ditanc" of SI mile?. Ine tn- i statute on the law baoks that has not back-door tnroog wmoi iu:. uioro cortseerated nre. 10a cannot . l - 1 ( . some sn tv.- me a man wnose outness pnispecis . - ,. , l :.. , i. t... .k;.. creants can escape. Iliw many dei-ep- nu. v UUIIIICI with trirkmes innunierabir, and tu?r are mativ The in .istrinl cbsscs are divided into ! jJ ,ife P'V tb. ! .1 . i innumerable, a id th lureegroups-proaaccrs, manutaeturers, , Bruoslvn and Sfew York wtuV are -rest traders. Producers, gncb as farmers. fr r . uJ. ... .- j .Manufacturers, such as take the corn on the door, which on scconnt uf the deeth of one of the Thai dsy it w taitedin commer- C441 exrcisa thsts, gooa man nas gone. Boards of trade p iss resofutionjj 'of -vm-patSwf cha'feses of Christ pr'aVi "Hp, Leed. frtJOfrrxlienaacsssSb.a lie-has siads his last Oargulu. lie bus sullfred) bis last, loss. He has ached with bis last fatigue. T1iee results of VH ftSttloT. Urlll,l. ."Tl M, I.H cbfl lre atVr he hi desd. sued beoswsrs so the kinedom of (sod will gather many sous into glory. Eyerlastipg rewards in place of busitieas cfiseiplW. Tl ere "the wickeif cease frdfu troublrhsr and the Kg sUaAXT.X 1K TSW MSU.OJUS stOPX AITBg, sTuasuso or tflAPl'LtePU-. f ,5, . r ts4Jrfsis ta ?tetsitrr SVfcrSst Tbe-esstle Chspollepee, comxnartd mau : br.si- A Cheerful Spirit. live a life of slunder, mat when a urn u.f a ... :.n.i , hunr. it i,.tn f,..l ..r sh w.-.l onH proposes a StraiRUlloi w-., a. . , ' . . , ness, it is almost chargesi to jrreenne- flax au.i chaire them into aunarel. , ' , l t. .1 Trader,, who make a profit out of the ann w 01 Th ave . V li 'sileiphist Idg transfer and exchangef that which is . h f ' " fi I There are some duties, and that 1 1 - - . -J m: . ; TUU lUAt 11 X. SS-S V os v. w rv , . , - . - . , , pruoueeo 'r maiiuiaerureu. -ow, a t . .-j j t.t,jnra ,,fftllr , rhverluuirss is one Ot them, mat cannot of a good day for housebreaxers. Hie house of the Ilev. Mr. Sibley at Browna- 1- ; ' I . u-.ia .mtonwl u-l.i 1.1 lli'mn t.p ,.il precious ointment, the perfume of which hijl wife,werP at church. Miss Wbe, a filled the heavens; and though it hae t ,i...:. .i. . -:j i ,L. ; heanl the bxtrgiar, was knocked down in i , I. ..IV ..I ,1. !,:,. f n 11. fins action of her was like a wave which ' , . 1 ..i,. ,,'v-i . . j 1J . . LMtf.lU II. 1" il Illllia.VO. .'11 .ei-il rcjks upon the shitre. ve note it. ami I b... u ... i... .j i ..... 11 mil 11. 1 1-I ill t-.ini nil . 1. ,if ji 1 11 . The lumber business in the swanrB been exhaling lor msetcon year, it was still as fresh as manufactured. Now. " hiu ....... 11,... t ,1, ..... . ... . . . r v . . termediate ststions on this road ZZYo 7 business was plain, and 1"', 5 riu i v l .-W. M..i'...a xv.t.'. Mm .i t-..tr 9"' "r " ma oe'ong to an oi tnem. , a,..i, nmuK an(l itnnU 1 as by indirect means. We may descant " ' Whatever he your avocstKin, if you , iiVndZ'- laBlSSnee of A correspondent of the Du rant V -vs ; plau calculate, bargain: ,f 7lyt vt to h, s co'to gives a rather unenviable account rd lie there comes annoyances, vexations, ""JT-T' e ... frorn hi lieart 'sav "I llo dnu them, and the melan siTsirs at the little town of est, in ami disappointments as well as gun ' never ehea-ed in trade -' 1 never overt : cftolv man" my he n'need bv our Holmes county. He says: "ft is uu- dividends, and pereeotsees; if you are ; d h; , f wm, , WJH I asgumcntset when wUh the lest in safe for a lady to appear on the streets , hara.-st-d with a multiplicity of en-1 "rr" . , ,.,.v.mi lir : tentions he aneWtseetoeletir awav the alone, especially on Saturday. Gunsand j gagements; in a word, if you are , jf . - t ni-raa A. .: trloom fsssmJaoissrw-isstd thr sadness - i . i m -x- . - m l - . a , ; us. iv ass m wi , - -v- r . s s pistols are nred at any time in tnn r- oxwen xrosa .uonuay morning xu nai--poration, even on the Sahbath." urday niiit and from January to i , I .1 .Ll! . f Sundav, the 4th. seems to have been ' r re.ent.ess t,u..guon fHrthin- There are those SHUMt.iy.w.e.1 ion arc a ou,.ue utan , . ,,Jeir , in u 'iu.-ie- iiiiuuii nut, ui suiijct;!. is : appropriate to vour case. We are apt to sjeak of the moil aud tug of bu-iness be to ..f a fiistonier and iu all ! frora blS VOlCe, he-Will mv estate there is not one dishnest " "layi4,g P8"1 w!,icli T 1121 1 1 IX I J L lr litiu- KftllL II II. Ihc truth is that the duty 1 say it. bow or They who can intcgritA cringe to preseat advantage. are as pure a unnstiau to-aay as nrt hundred i of yore. x. n i i tauont sweeps back into the great ocean neT .ieeu snail fiT ,,f lore which gave nuuio- i " .v. it (,ve wincn cave it lurtii. I here wa 1 - I . . 1 . .f 4 1. . I f .1 . 1 . ii;iliel no nit: i-iipiwn. ui wit- ;iu ateiaicc eiowii oi men uirre; oiii pb, within the township for which ahxs their seiMfta ef s,, gross and mate . i nri c ' . ; r i ; 1 and utilitarian, that thev asked. section was reserve,. iue tussis .. ... n- M. fH ; . i i f ....I i . T ' . . e , . mgirdm uic sa.r 01 .1 wn; "-1 real for the poor. lor whom they proba- ukip. cannot lie ajiplieil to the .sup- bly cared but little. The divine frsviour of a school in a differrsnt-township, j then rwi It in a form in which even they .. , ... ii i tvi ; could appreciate it. .-sne natn none can il o.. u.-h-u ioi i-uviai .-i.iiihi . . , . , . . , . . . (.ail fc " c - ...l,.. iiVtn ...Alllil utln u . qf.i.ih.iu Kisp." AM the counties are subject . ..-... b.;. , to tho burvimr.' The samereucral law referred to above, j LlnJ tains placed'in contest, love as a . is no con-tiiutioiial provisiuu on j sentinaetss and love, as a praetici! lit'.wi bject. A Dejerved Tribute. 'stake pleasure in enpying the fol lor well merited tribute to Our co- Iwrarv. . i ruai, an - worker. Mr. needier. here br iught in , the parable of the Good Samaritan, and showed thn relative estimate the L ird maue.ot the two. ile resolved to erect a monument, to record the deed of thiis good woman, and one not made of per ishable granite or brass, not touching earth, but hi the air aye, even th mem .ry tif men. Verily; I nay unto yon, wheresover this gospel shall be preached, throughout the whole world, this also that she hath done shall be apiiken of as a memorial of her.' i -go not with any pleasure, t' GrcMiwo id. said he, except when by anticipatory imagination 1 go there, and I think of the rest I shall one day have is that place. But I do s metimes go there, and I view those costly marble monuments which cause us to wonder at the myriad shapes into which marble may be brought (a stir throughout the tnousina;. ceme- tlie editor of that excellent Aberdeen Kxamiher. It tbe pes of a contributor to the t Point New Era : MonRi. Km Ton The brilliant Maj. Jonas, of the Aberdeen Kxaminer. j to be pre eminently fitted for r department of a first-class journal, her political, agricultural or lifer He ha the happy faculty of com the useful and practical with the tiful an 1 ornamental, and, in all. .concise, and logical. vv lnle R jcrat true, trie. I, tearless, and tii ul of eourte-sv, he is in no sense - s-oril a bigoted, bitter partisan can see no imiu iu a iioiuicxi upun- , Without any lisparagemenl to ,1,1 Mew .frieans llta while unfler , . . , f a n ,. u , ml oi that Kinnt in nis proiss- ... , ..,. . ... . ,k.,. ..,.... J laid upon the little urave, and a glass Lnrncu over oy some nearc-sincxen parent, ah, then my thoughts penetrate the sod; 1 think of the loved one buried tber.'j 1 go in thought to the desdate home of the sorrowing. "I sometimes attend a bridal. The costly ornaments in gold and silver chu.se the rable to gtoan under their Weight; Some poor cousin comes to the wedding. Cnalde to make any outlay, she brings some little inexpensive needlework; and, abashed, hands in pri vately and hesitatingly the gift of her (oil, "but not to be put upon the table, fter's is the choicest of all those present-. " He here brought in very ap- itelv the ease Of the ioor widow, who iIIH-), ll'. IL 11 i:OUII 11 I ! :.:t, w, orau additional porfeer; not a .,. .i.an t..v -tr u' on a or cotton, or other pri- e phea spoke of eloquence and etl uca sbrnit which ho w not posietk He i tion aid philosophy and culture, and shower! the depreciation put upon all tliese things by the Apostle. "I came not with exceHeacv of speech, or of wisdom; for I deterrnHrett not to know any thing among vnu, save- Jesas Christ, and him crueilied." He didn't know even Christ except a "erucrfied." "We often make much of the flask and but little bf the ointment." As we came avav from the church we of tended business life to be a glorious . i -1 1 1 . . i ! i . qtw! i!:;.inl inn 'mil if I aliull tne lazooanu laiianatcbie river-, .uis-, ,M ,w,tul in what I want to sav I sissippi.u assuming immense proportions hall rob tne u rik!es out of vour brow Besides the 'great amount of cx-pm hirn-: an1 lins, ,m. of tht. burdens from ber that is being gotten out, thousands of . vour hack wainut logs are neing cut lor M.rtnern : j hav(, grst t() re,nark that Qo( manuiactories ot turniiure and other ar-; ton,lo1 basiness life to be to you tides in which walnut is used. One Boston firm alone has a raft of 800 wal a ectft?0L of CHRHTISM exkroy. nut logs ready for sn;pment at the mouth of the Tallahatchie river. On the day of the election in Coffee ville, town marshal Ferguson attempted .1 .1.... 1..... ll,,. aAA tliuir ... - . . . . - ...... i on tne on i it-ii iuv pvm mi ii ine as mottgn were au HjuUn or . f fa . hrst.firkin of but- a prison into which a mar, is thrown, or , There were times When thev cbttfrj an uneuuai strite wuere, hiit-armpu, he . ...... ,i ,,, the funds ot a bank, when they could have sprung a ... . i uuir rotioea a tHtitnei, Hear me this morning , u j i , . w . . . . . i . , . I . UBIf aUJHJOIlUttl Willi wane i irv to auow ou tnut vrtna in- , troes to contend. ies deetcr dwh ; it is that of beinp cheerful, rather that seemintr f- Utr tc nay bo very sure that sa -spite of ait our efloxla to hflXafpWajy t f 'hajswe, really my, not wbai we wish to appear, that will decide ouTinWetfee apfni others. How to !e t ileerfwti thsn that is, hfv to ! fairly Yontent uuder existing circunt- sUinecs is the problem w hich each V atomtMi tut nllr trrmna nn Th of September, H7. Bied was la immand of tbe ere nadier company nl .Vew York Volunteer-and a detachment af United States saaruses. with orders to guard s battery which they had thrown ud. Themoruiu? of the 13th was fixed for the assault. The bafteries were or drd to cease trine st 11 o'clock and tbossaaekbeg, . Bied nod the. aitillary oficers, standi eg by their guns, watched theadvn e tji tSeiine wita intense anxiety, which be came appreheimon when ther saw that about half way up the slope there was a halt. "I knew," he says iu his acc uint. ' that if Chanuiteaeftiaasssot taken nei ther Would the erfy ana failing that, not a aian of u might ever leave the val ley of Mexico alive. Asking leave of the senior engineer slftcer to join the storming party w ith his men, he obtained it with the words, "(to, and God be with yoaf He was off at once, with his volsateers and ma rines. After a quick ran across the inter vening ground, they came up with the storming party under tbe brow of a hill, where it bad halted to wait the scaling OA, ,Kia .u.in. " t.,-tt li.nliin. ant Marshall, of the Flfiefiith Infan-! try, "the fire from the castle was so con tinuous and fatal that tho mm faltered. Mid several officers were wounded while urcine them on. At this moment I no ticed I.ieuteaant Mayne Kied of the New York Yolunteers; I noticed him more ! particularly at the lime on account of the very oniiiant uniform be wore, tie suddenly jumped to bis feet, and calling upon those around to see whether he was sustained or not pushed on almost j alone t a the very walls. Bied'sactiou ana not quite so reckless as this account of an evc-wituess would make it appear. The !"yuter wall of the castle was commanded by three pieeseof the parapet, which loaded Aberdeen Weekly. Wo hope that she iswnssiat sagh btare will giro to the existing school laata careful and earnest rev istoo. U u use lass to orgs the importance of public sdacstkm; its influence and se4 1ire known to all men. Wo naphaalasJIi favor ssstthpajnai tba srhsxal sga wxiwaa sight to eighteen years instead of the to . irsrawtrn lor to a ute momm. st xrxc aiaaaitr. Erata Breohhsf e Laslel How , trans to see th, Xsss, so rate. Thai it the ssly thing that's fair, ihis a tn wo dsy; rSbcstsW pBepdow)Ulr tsars sf ra'n A ii -1 m 1. & ai wiia.atif is psla. I eloa is r.snf grtj, NiKftl Bower, hi born Is teas (Ud i in tweatr-ODs as now tag each year, tangbt crrlnotMls- mm years, would gtwtaat tho ctttdsaa the State tho ot'porMf 1P gaaa iraxj-f-oa stsrx ,is-n.v lis Erglish sducation-snsJUng. rcadinr, TssIsW, (nmnr: and rhesPorthW a f !fft xnrcenent eouin-ao ot uhvsuiuu ex- rne c ihs scaoustsc year soopso be Th WIMS (01 snJsaffly vtvf. Then keivat viiloa ttij K rresotii sto I eu t XhcoslltL, -.i Wilbll 11 Milll tho , Frum tu le iv dull, In bloom M-J thu scctrc:ja laws easacsd Iron J o r -a, ss. run from July to July; January to January, to Vhti then schtH'U ,-oulJ open iaJforember and Wtarf'Bt -nntinuoudv to the middle or last ot lfarch without dktriaaant to sgrWulm- ai indtistrsBs, Almost all st tbe farsu- svs have use tor their children in the adds intpitching, cultivating and gat he r- Jt crops, hence, but foe this reason sir, wa deem a winter school the aost satisfactory, and of tbe greatest atilitv. Then a school-house fund should be created ; it is useless, of nearly so, to spend money tor teaching without comfortable shelter for pupils, lasses ts contracted, suflerasB eauured and monev paid out without dointr anv nn preciable gixd. rree schools sre pood t limes to as vs. and when administered under pr.ioiiea oouiuiou sense laws, in a practical, com aaou sense way, will civein return good Titizcusntp and good morals tnat ww s?rve in all time tochiiu a bulwnrk and defease to free government vseV, .k. m- A LIE OX THEIR Sol' I., vast assemblage of three But when I visit that part of the tery w liere are the graves of the rnn.DRKV OK THE POOR, .Alex. K. McLean, and his n0 less iif.i predecessor, whoso name we put imw recall; nor to the old l'icay- 1 with the pitted Geo. VV il kins hen- i at tbe helm ; and at a som what period to the Louisville Journal the veteran Koman, Geo. Jr. 1 ren- l guided its destinies, we must say, ream! ir and sincerity, that the col- lof the Kxaminer display as mimh tv ami -eiioiarsnio. lie seizes upon rv item that he thinks will redound interest of his city and county. ting escapes hi attention. -tt a oa load of cotton from thasiirround- tssatws of this Mate, or from the ertit counties o! Alabama: not a tun (i.i.l iif t iv Iriim the n iivfrj i-.r .. . I f'--i u it a country raised mine , :,,, iu rIlallrv her two mites L . 1 I W 111 I' ' IUV Vlt Willi I Cliu n sanie-t advocate ot di versifie.: sinsr: of transferrins: the' meat, con: flour houses of Cincinnati, or .Hr. to our own soil ; of raidng our ittockof all kinds (being cheaper) lend of patronizing Kentucky and let Mates; of the erection ofall kind hctones and fouudrte fine, bf pdtug up the Soi!.h iu nil things ptir- uog uher moral, mental ajid mater to suppress a noise made by Messrs. Ed. Alleu. and Wm. Hardy, and was chal lenged, to tight. This he accepted, but the parties were arrested before any damage was done. As the Aliens re turned home they insulted Mr. Duncan Dew who had testified against them as to the disturbance, whereupon Dew fired upon them, wounding Mr. Hardy iu the arm. We rejoiee to hear of the success of our friend, Capt. B. K. Dale at the State Fair, at Jackson. Ho carried a num ber of his finest horses down, and be sides receiving several nremiuins. so'd two fiilies to Mr. K. Vird'en for 1600,00 orphans left by them penniless and houseless. Now they can think of death ! uod Started us in the world, giving j dav when, with us a certain amount of raw material I i out of which we were to hew our own character. E-.ery faculty needs to be reset, rounded and sharpened up. Af . ter our young people have graduated ! from the (schools, colleges and universi ties, thev need a higher education ! . i- . . ... i. :' i. . i .. . . i ' : : 1 : . , i tuat wiueii i ne collision ami r&spuiK OI .:.u.. u. .. : i...,. 1 l i " ! WUUUU1 UUTlllK tucil line, kirn., IV i pverv-ilnv life n orn can ertec.t. Knerov i . . . P . . . . ... .i c I xctuci anvi tutrii ucniv "mi aiin iucii iu the nre, . u B. .u. ;,. or fifteen, or "fTl. Z JnT.. i.. . V TJ : . lieen going . a i,.i., .i,n t i a. ' I ttUU Vlil -vSlrTTlB All I V tit I lit tUlia BlUIll tV, through bmyne.s activities his energy j d b, damned. Now they can read in can no longer be measured by weights. fa fi?, , h flinching: "As the or plumme.s or ladders. I can ca e ; eggs and hateheth any height. It can plummet any depth. , f he h h it can thrash anv obstacle. Now, do . .' .l.i f i IT. 1 oil W I not ujr tijgiib Buuu it-.-tiv tueiii 1:1 me t ail tniS. :j , of u: J... anfl , : nd jt,a purpose ot ; . . . Alas! if anv of von. for 1 cannon 011 ' with crane, and canister faarfullv ileei snap judgment, when they could YfiZZr i mated the ranks of tlie Americans! borrowed inimitably, when tbey eoiiM rr An &Qter-Y''? discharge. To advance seemed have made a false assignment, when W &M hardPr tl,an the ?tlKi , and t - d t, 6 B t d th eqUnl they could haveruiuedaneighborfor tlie ; 5, , ly certain whether the assailants retU- purpose oi picaing up some oi me iqp ,"u "" ,,, tZZ i ed or remained where they were. Such ments; but they never took one step 011 --"- v " Z, Tf"..' I is his own explanation of his conduct that pathway of hell-tire. Now they I wr iUl" can prav without being haunted bv the es, by simply determining to do so; chink o'f dishonest gold. Now they can j wc apply our force to bear upon read the Bihle without thiiikin- of the I condition on which they rest; we ean put to flight many routes of dejec- tion, and nourish many germs of seren i ity and comfort. , ! in uoing xnis, nowever, it is necessary, they kissed the book in a custom house. of to distinguish between tHc Now they look into the laughing faces reAi ani the supp0sed causes of depres- OI ineir cilliureu wituout, luiusius o; .....i ,vu. fjpprnllv lheso Irn ! of soul is wrought out only and when a man for ten, twentv or thirtv vears has you suppose that God has spent all this education en vou for the purpose of n more successful worldling, are far apart. The disconsolate person is sure that he is so because of some loss or lack in his outward condition. He wants msuy things which he cannot get. or his friends are. unfriendly, his busi ness du II, his fipporrmdries Hunted, his work laborious. If these tliin.es were altered he thinks he would be cheerful and happy tm stimulate) others, instead of beiagos- lie nw is. a wet blanket upon every joy, Vet he is utterly mis taken. Remove these troubles and ed or remained where the Men!" he shout ed out in a momenta ry lull of the conflict, "if we don't take Chapultepee tbe American armyjs lost! Let us charge up the walls! oiees, answered anv one will lead us! "We're "Come on! I'll lead you OLD TIMES. THE TALK BliVWE'-X DR. OP.UlAV xni D NisRTT-kiyi:. ap an. MM r. AOEP EIGHT VFIY C A most interesting colroqwv took plsce yesterday is th Teunessse Ilenarttssat st tbe Exposition between Dr. Urahant, ; woo is ui as uunoreiu vear. ana .ir Hurst, aged eighty-five. b)6 ttmwerr recalled in all their glory, mid many la ta resting reminiscence-, nviteii flu picture of Gen. Jackson hanging in the exhibit was framed by Mr. Tlurt in 18!W. The frame is of hickory rrrauchrs, and was fashioned by his own bands. Dr. Graham, oa Tuesday last, ansae at early dawn and went out fossil limning more than one hundred mile in Indi ana, returning the same day. He ex pressed himself as feeling just as well as possible after his trip, said such jour neys might fatigue young mou, but could not tire him. la fact, lie felt just as spry as he did when he went to the dancingparty In 106 with Nancy Hanks and Folly Hobbs. All three were mem bers of tbe Methodist church and were arraigned for breaking its rules. Foor Polly sobbed and cried bitteily and begged not to be turned out of the church, but she was a culprit aud they dismissed her. Nancy Hanks said she did not propose to have them direct her conssicence, that she saw no harm in dancing and that she wotrld do it again. We will charge if j ? thcv turned ber out. loungltrs- readv!" ' aam pruvcsusn uu ijiuuruutu oi too icg- shouted ' ulauon9 on lllal punt aim promise a ne Iby piak lips leu, Hioug i i.l . uy Akusdrvd esilt-r Uuisjntu me, ' Tu; gray, irnl Jar. Thrv whhper ol ) ir ts tilths I heu- (Vf othrr Won toe HusViic 1 1 tl( nuasliiac's rt; . Till utmMuVglow asd g srj 0 r all m bvait; ami w - S'tropcdln the li-lit Of rxdslnt dSys: flji tip mv frs.. My spirit a ii as its if r'Sstl Of sasshia brig tit. Tk lis shall bate uon i Uutiltky ptk ltwtti'sli npnrf, fwert M Ihe ; Antt i t-rn fwi 111 a.-; its c v KssiieQiht-nng with wk I jxim i r r' e .' Tasty:' woks XhvPast Out, st its slltntbrr lSk and dei p BSck fretri its strange nnl deal 7 tempi swsy Tfcs sNhiIsmis grev. lb i ..u'.i luto tint broadiug, grprriot soul, T ton vi ii . du.i dy. .. . . 1,.... Captaaa Ried, as he bravely leaped over woula neve,r "? w hf?a,n ana sniri mat the scrap that had temporarily sheltered I f g"ed his course exceedingly so them and made tue charge already de scribed. There was no need, he says, to ' IrtrsVr fao aoo if 1m uiu f its- cm 1 Hrx I'nnnr i"wa w tn.v as uv ouo umioovui sax r in rv that Aia men would tiot have been there unless prepared to go where he led. About halfway up he saw the parapet crowded with Mexican artillerists on the point of discharging a vHey. He a vol del it by throwing himself on his face, receiving only a slight wound in his sword-hand, another shot cutting his clothing. In stantly on his feet again, he made for the wall, in front Of which he was brought Ir. I . r ... rou to more rapidly accumu- " rZr 5 . . -Tu .7. ..i . ' '' appsweui. sum viutnce , ti snd his horse.Gov. J. M. Mone to r, A. ; BBshhl ( vou W..lf tt.r l.".oooo All tl,.., !. c , Ci5 were M ississinni rsise.i and thomua-h-! I...., -...ll..".' ,..L-i ,h',r In I em harassment, dare to sell your soul or read trotting stock, for which Capt. trade:' did G.,,f make vou merely to be i "7 rt.on of it, you may wake up in Dale's stables are noted, not only in the , Vard stick, to measure cloths, or a steel-1 3n il. T a T ,, tr letin 8tate, but throughout the Southwest.- Vanl t, weigd, flour? And did He intend ' ,"ea L i tS U i i Chickasaw Messenger. ' Vou to spend vour life in doing nothing ma7 ""LUv L I ?f' L Le , .. . t... .'...a-. '..-.I u:i..9 . r: if :only once, only once. On that one tn-n joruan, city marsnai oi t.rysrai out m cuauet ami oigit . .y iweiius, ( v. Hi. Iii; iiTif e.'oi in thwaehnii fn opvtor ' - .-.... t Springs, Copiah county, was shot on the night of the 6th, and it is thought mor tally wounded by some unknown person. He was a firm friend of Wheeler, the man who killed Mathew s at Hazlehurat, made himself very active in theeleetioft. It is thought that tbis assassination is one ot the results oi the Killing ot your energy tor liis cause ana Kingdom There is enough Unemployed talent in the churches and in the world to-day to reform all empires, and all kingdoms and people, in three weeks. Oh! how much idleness amid strong miucles and stout hearts. How manv deep streams Mathews. Jordan was shot down in his j that turn no mil 1 wheels and haul on f roi t yard with a double-barreled hA , gun as he was returning home. There; is very little hope of his recovery. No j arrests have been made yet. The peopfe of the Yazoo and Talla- j hatch ie rivers nre to be congratulated upon having a new line of steamers ply ing in those streams. The new steamers ; will be known as the Choctaw Line, and j are under the same management as the ! Pool Line ; which plies between Yicks burg and New Orleans. The boats al ready put into the trade are the Hope, which runs from Greenwood up the Tal-; lahatchie, and the New Kra, which con- the bar-ds of no factory. God demands that he have the best lamb out of every ' flock, the richest sheaf in every harvest, the best men of every generation; and in a cms;1 where the New tons, and the Loekes, and the Miinsfields of the earth were prone to enlist, you and 1 need not be aabamed to toil. Oh! for fewer idlers and for more consecrated Chris tian worker';. Again, Gol intended business life to be to vou ual nature, but you despoil your batiMsa prospects. In the review of this subject there are two or three things 1 want to say, and the first is, let us have a larger sympa thy for business men. I think it is a shame that in our pulpits we- do not oftener preach on this subject.jind show that we appreciate the sorrows and struggles and temptations aol trials .of everv-dav life. hand are very those who move in s r r i ii j others would speedily take their places, i wn " weaicaa ounce oaii tearing v.. . . L. ; -i. k. L- a. ; through nistbieh. All the testimony goes to show that? a was the first before the ii ,i .... n:.ji. x . . will fed on trifled lirht ns nir ami .. . -""PU'ipeec. xt.eu s mecani, intangiMe. It is no exaggeration tq sav H?lMht Unrdoi.v.ll.. a young rrench that ff wc except the immediate eftrtV ' "?" muul,Ve WflUh of nnwontod joint and sorrows the cheer-! h! fni trti Axn the Mexican flag . . J. . . FfAtti ita uIjitt Kelnre I ml inu-nvor . . - V , Lietitenat Coch Cochrane was he was allowed to retain his member ship. In a few month the independent Nancy Hanks married Mr. Lincoln, the father of the President, and Dr. Gra ham attended the wedding. He tells many interesting stories oi the days of Daniel Boone of times when the Stato of Kentucky was only aback county of Virginia; of life on Corn Island and in the wilds among the red men of tlie forest. . l. m. Courier-Jounal, Nov. 8, '3. NEWS NOTES. f.,i . i -s.... . !.: j iroai in cutn. ix-toie f"""""" "' iRied was observed bv et ni'ua w,tL f ! rane, of the Voltigeurs. i mii.it.in .t fs. t xr pure irwin ? unun li g . . '-.tj i marked In every condition of fife, and " PhJg the castle with his men, we must look deeper for their sources h' ban scarcely; 10 yards from ' than the shiftisg and varving scenes of I - T " w 'if S " ,,. u,- , comrade were shot and fell, "iheywere outward me, the only two at that time," he says iu iKiubtless, much of the melancholy hn statement, ' whom Isaw in advance ana depression or men ana women re ! suit from purely physical causes. Rus - kin attributes it ail to tbis sjurce. He i says, "Cheerfulness is just as natural to the heart ot a man tturru rliseoitf ent hv judge Josh i. Morris, or Vickburg, is engaged in writings book, to be en titled, "A Romance of the Coufederato War and After Days." It w ill comprise some .i0 page.. A passenger-rate wr is in progress1 between competing railway lines mH rtt. Ijouis to New Orleans sad interven ing points. Cheap fares arc the result. Several lumber firms of Grand Bapids, Mich., have failed lately. Two failures occurred on the 5th in"t.. "Witzc.'l Bros, and Forter Byrne A Co , heavy liubili- of me on the rock upon which we were tu ,n ,oln CHP:, scrambling." Reaching the wall Coch-1 A six year old Italian girl died in rane ordered two men "to go hack a ' New Orleans of yellow fever on the Gth fittlik wtv ntwi aftuict ill. IttililnrQ nn tli i uiaS in l hmira nfter lu.r urriral nT wherTv f they pasaed the spat ahera the j Tha growth of Tasus i. nwrvejlous, .t.DlSAPPOlS'KMU.NT. A ST ol. OF PATIENCE. in Men who toil w ith the I apt to be suspicious ot v l i . , , .m,. kuv uiii cuiu iuuiv vt mu-ftv n v uuiiiui n tiriiiii n An t. Ttmn ' .if.. ,n,dti l .len r-li I a luf f- r ,,PSirii halotc r. V 1 . . . ltSA HUKLD Oi' marriV, jnvprriT oascvj m...i Vi xjimh u-wKi, , , jprsr. men tOStAHd firm ' ;and think that they ext their monev i life'" lnhai thu an pxUweiatate-, "Don't leave that wall!" he cried, "or ana xninx mat tney gtt tucir monev j (u ei h ((f tr fa nir(.s Ilohl on and id v and that thev rive no equivalent. It' ; h.I .,!.:.:.:.. ..t . ..t fe cut to pieces. Hold on, and -r - , . iL " ,1 , il mat tue t uiti wui'iii oi n t ueett ui ; iu. enMe in on rti ' ; Men why raise the corn and w heat and , hit HeW,nJl, M a. first ofsfte that 'Sc answered to reassure him , rye and batsare rery apt to tbiUk Outt, wn(ljti,w lf teaJth be observed, n T.re 1 ! gr. ., geL , I"""-- ; , The dejection that claims sympathy on 1 u titi.! Never f.V'" Tl,:n the der of Koro Burrs at Lincoln, 111., nfter nsi is very apt wocjcaimui ot me .... - ti. ffroUBd. of some suunosed hardshin ij" Z . IL- a areliminarv trial nAfamttnl d.-iv. w.m P h.ti. anil Arismt e were i. om oejl , t o r F , . ... . ' ,'. . - , lamtiern uniite, M- ill-" sasuiii'iesnii ine - r-- - - all kindsof merchandise that commerce was the curse . . i . .... . 1, . .- i form a doleful man into a bright and cheerful one. Im A.tlj'io I i Ii i l ilinuTr riiil here to habitual the mtrst be ! Z?..,"'"! TFTZZ. ho crease in her taxable property v.4 ; ,,.Lr , , , ; . j. .. . . ntni vear w.ta siio,ovo,ooo. .tew coun- bad air, unwholesome food, lni- a;.. ,i r n,n.i-ot ; .... f. . - . . ties to ine nu inner oi sixiy-eignt were organized, giving 20( in all. Besides this, there is a territory twice as Inrge-j as the Mate ot o orgia not yet divided into counties. 0. A. Carpenter, accused of (he miir T; . i- i oiten has its origin in margestion. ana a pWi-fn on the loth mst., heftt met sKi ..;k! -I !;;, i.-.ior .7 , . .. . k,i ,.t iii mvi Ti.:. f tho Mtrrh . .. v 7. "ine woauued omcer," Cochrane con- ? . ... .... . I,.,., n.ntf l- .1li An., f Is i ,i n act. lol In ..n. . ., . . . . . . ...... I . , - . ........... , I 1...-U ' i" " t mill's "nrnven to ho 1 , ton fnn int llavno " 11 union oi t-itim nnouiu , t j,.ir,.i :. t , I.- r : i r---- ----- - has already resulted in a great reduction in freights. Industrial News. Hied of the New York volunteer.' Lieutenaut Marshall, to whom we are indebted for that vivid glimpse of the voung omcer in his very brilliant uni form, ' describes the effect prddnced by re and prosperity. : couldn't help thinking of the grave re Ue as , M.it.jilOlit v roatinir nnon those to whom ere lie as happy with his tongue ' ids p fn, and had he mora ambition ikm modesty, there is no position or federal, be would not adorn ii... i ..i. ...... . i i ui. i. uiii jfuiw, sporwibility resting upon those to whom the five talents are given. 41 y THE -VI.W THfiOLOOY," XiL teligH ptn j Of which Mr. Becchcr is one of the un- ihe touches nothing he dopa not ' frtlrciol Exponents, virtually holds forth is vor ann ie'ihle to him. He God as having onlv one essential at- raed by many as superior to his tribute, viz: Love. And, oh! what line brilliant U. a. Senator Irom j or plummet nas ever souuueu mat iue. and also of another brotiiar, i Who-ean say too mucu bdoui u . ne one of the most euiineut.suir- i jsy: to Mr. Beeober, "say on ! ' All that of Now Orleans. - ikaHnihe, Jlfechers and purgeons, the Jnno Kn. u-riri.i, aovoral meet Wes evs and V hithelils, and Jv-ennons live poetrv of rare merit, notably j and Falmew, and Alexander Campbell, them one entitled: "Lines writ-' and Marshalls have ever said, or may the Back of a Confederate Note," say, can ever do more than introduce us was corned" hr the nress through-' rito the outer court Ol me tempie i wh le length, aud breadth of the Ot. His literary 'attainments are rkon mat.v. nUilinip lit ntl. I. ' '1 l n 1 is ...... 1 IIKIIIUVIi:. IV V I III. ... .w wjh, m .-. . , , . , his tribute to his noble, giftetl, power, his holiness, justice, ana irum wife a few vaars ago, is etiastct are as eseenaaawy " " great wu- , sad undving devotion. Tsk fBe tmtn is ever we... . , .1 .i i - i . i t.t.iri.t win : ...... u niir aim to sneak tbe truth, the liow manv little things there are nects with the Hope at ttreeuwood anl ; one day a engagciuetitsto perturb and ; arj(j recommended that tne fool L,ine at icKsuurg. xotun, annoy and disquiet you. uargams wm ; never be built nearer the seaco.t than Leathers & Co.. the owners of the new . rub and men will break their emraire-! . ;i , t,, i....,. line, promise to put in other boats. Thus- j ments: collecting agents will come back tuan tha.' an(i vou know that there are i ne fruitful source of low spirits is a geuine competition is secured which ; empty handed; tricksters in business no harder workers than thtsje who plan tue unwise apportionment of our daily will piuv upon what they call the "hard i -A ....leniate in r..rea and twnb. Mt wort, oo mucn labor, as snggesteri in times, w nen in any times, tney never j COUnting-bouses. What though their a p-' ,w u,,wvt- ewllBB' enpeciaii; yu unitwu tne exploit an tnoae wno witnessed or pay: goods placed on the wrong shelf; parpi be neat, what though their man-1 w't'1 car ur Paeo gloom; and knewof it pronounciitg it "without ex-cash-book and money-drawer in a quar-; en refined, do not put them dow as i ffee weary man who. returns to his fain- ception the bravest and most brilliant reh iroods ordered for an especial emer-! mu tk. Jam, UA u,ti, than : Uy at night tt .sadden them by his fun-. achievement performedbv a aincle in- Thirtv cents per pound is the price the ! ?eni:' fail.'"K ,t0 C0Hie' or-.if eomin8. a hod' of bricks, they go into exposures ! pfeal aspect and bis catalogue of i dividual during ths campaign.' Tuskegee, (Ala) News savs Mr. Taylor. ' imaged in the transportation ; people . keener thaa the cutting of the east 1 "'f claiming sympathy for! ,.' ' i , I who intend no harm coins about shop-1 ,; a .i mM.n.i i,ii.or.si.u,i . what only deseryaa criticism. On the, near vue., nns oi.eitu lor a oaie ot . ... . . """ ..ST -a . - , ,.,!,- ,.,.(.. S T-1V 1V..I TJ 4. piug, uuiuiung twiii! mc, uu nut menu , t,be A lps and Himalayas, and maintain-1 wl v umu, uviiiiiij i- inuir- mini w , n. mm nuu.v AJUttitue. to buy. and trvina to break the dozen; : : ri,,t.,;.n i "'i,ri.t -iii fcheerful spirit than idleness. To have! ' men o.bliired to take up Other people's ! a, t. neenat them mtvim- "Well done f nothing that we 'maafiln, or having it, ! TH8 omoix ote rns wobp b a r b v rix x to appear in r. bond was readilj- wealthy friends Great exciteiiient prevailed during tbe trial and it is believed that had he Ihjcii acquitted, he would have been imme diately lynched. ,The father of the murdered girl endeavored to kill Car penter. Intense excitement prevailed after the reict.se and the police could hardly preserve the pcaea. HAPPENINGS ABROAD. for a cotton in that place, a few days ago. The variety is a very pretty one. It is called the Merino cotton, and has a very short staple, looking very much like wool. It is quite prolific, the stalk arrows about six feet high, and the fruit grows , t ! ... i:i v. .....,.. vr. t.. .,.. I notes; more counterfeit bails in tbe drawer; more bad debts; another ridic ulous panic. l.-nder all this friction thou good and faithful servant, thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over manv things; ' """I 1 ,1 S X I . -V X - ' - V sj ' z . a . m . i m i n rtrao l- nnwii rar tool n m lpi t ii run iirx . i i . . i r . t i . I'M , in mi in ciisters like chestnuts. Mr. Tavlor : V T "TT?r 7 V tT .7" v-enter tnou into tne joy 01 toy xwra. - brouht a bale of this cotton to Taakegiee on Saturday. h- into the' outer court 01 tne tempie. je wliilat the penetralia shall be reached in Eel this world, never! isi: "God is love." But God's wisdom and ,k. it nf ,f lnvi wherewith he loved us. to d and vino- devotion. i 1 Speak the ktnno.s.,- I.F. 1-1 ! K.Kolr rf His aver he. OUT Sim r"""11'11" 1,1 ""ira.i-tT"xn7"77i." ... , t,, ,,n, iind county have been wop mil- whole irum, u ""'.TTr, r u" ' . . .. - . 1 . . .... ik. ll with .lahoiab-im a oi do ars to them, ahd were niau tart sf ...-..r ation commensurate with his iust penknife. ABscripta pre. b ,n , it would lighten Uio&a-s4sptnrtuma Oad. Oocaaio-raL. F.o Tbf. Ci.artosT The Lniker Calebrat on at Princeton. men his heart, and be fountain in the desert traveler, ioug may he live a(d ! tn iltrrnifi- nt.-IMI anil pleVSte v..b...... w7,,r--71 I V X Viwamlm. 101ft otession the ..rest-en ttcatur oiBtvt t-Ri.ww.wi', j--" 'ctnturv. ' . We have had in f nnceton, in the ten- ' ' j ? j 'iTrTrstrfeshyterian church a grsnd inter- .ajpfi if I Mi' ra" 1 11 1 1 III 11 ceoniiioi. ot uuiuci s 405th Anniversa Ls.s.1 oJgTdlooble 1 A.nsfe ana iytt trpjasWi be ,niUWC 6d9JS r k n n Jfirnnr. O. & jr. t iwWroada, A .last ; Kev. tncoaore r . y, Railroad Rakinf a. isrkud after next S passensos train will run I tleans toCincinnxtLseveral ho than anv other route. T ' and Ohio Railroad Company put on double daily . DV'nijer 'next aunday moratog. tenaisu y. Hth. ...... a i - i! ! trsea- nt T I '"am laid to 'urbsan. rand a half on the . 0. 4 f . the 1.5th sho: Eac r his seal e porter an the table ej represent gears. wt all the oad Baton - .' . .inwhurp Pr Seibert was also wefl reeved, was reared and educated m the Lather localities. The sturdy German fTho!o.rican Professor manfully strug- i -led' with the treacherous English, and . well portraved the character ot tne V. O: & T. ntm IT.-. ir.V,r He onlv put biroaelf a point 13 miles belf fhj n rimMat with bis audience by relating " the anecdote ef -tha- , Srhen X IB we his text confusion he il to De in tne aumou", -r - a .iDik., PhiliDu tbcnM art a aood sheep but not a good shepherd," reocneu in u ,or rrfs f'ie ceiebratton were Waetre President McCosh, of nmvei SPthe ftMrr'Lbne and from vr. wnwi, trains sot w .sj.ri.nl-rViK I wsm W aBRupspapaaiaay ve been ranning to Cstoswlrtne, weat Monroe, The tram 'Isaves Delta at a. ac aisi airrive, xae sasst st 4 atMjsi 'new Bullet carl xine, between Craernnaw, torisvill - saAin ih saw urieans, j.""!.1" iol Lssss. 1 14 1'afftjrytr TlaVS ..aS avw1! t i lIs-i IrB . ' ' - i ' amiLiaai im .w," V icksbara.fi eraiu, S3j . n i ifnnlil hsmvvrissaasswssw ine catholics Railroad, between rpri.sa-jb,. axsar Bouk W'tesn cosxy- bfl4sMfisy to neglect it, will threm s shadow over the lightest heart and the most sunny CTuntenaase. Rogalsai, oongenial labor. itkm, and the consciousness of into additional briiihtness. How ail fretful. faithfOTpCTformtnee a7lgTrVwing abiN yon and I have known w ho, in the past I neM about business matters. Js ror.-f3ftnito Ul ritH that none few years, have gone down under the not somethimr in vour owu household I c afford to" dispense with. pressure ami have become etulant, and vou woulrl n't give up for the To preserve a cheerful frame of mind eni.iorie inn it; inn n s. ll I r H I til nn- i 1 1 . . I 1 . 1 1 . . s - --i i-. - woriu iv success oilier uieu iiuvs-. sides that, if these-t rials lifted you yon ought to AMP TJfS.-KQYPTIAK UK A it P. gracious, until customers lorsooa tneir stores and those merchants have become insolvent and their names were pro nounced with d&stestation. But other men have found in this a school for BLESS OOP FOR THE WHIP The yellow pine of Arkanas has found its way to the furniture factories of FVssce. In Paris the finest furniture is made of this yellow pine; the French mechanic taking advantage of the fine grain of the wood and its curly fiber to j make it exhibit the most beautiful and j attractive furniture. The furniture is : patience L 1. . . . r now mucn wougiu niter in many parts oi j exposure ruropis ana onngs tne nignest prices. So popular has this kind of furniture be come, that there are several large fac tories in full work in Paris producing it. The rice planters of the Cape Fear river, have been very much encouraged j of late years, and the interest in the i business has gradually increased from about 300 bushels in 1870 to about 6-3,000 j ta v.-vaata wm a waa aa I - ' 't,' v v v vra. t s? w t IINCVI ' - av.a .a s increase in 1883; but the late storms and ! liave morm renectrons lor tne suaaen ont everything but their coffin conseauent high tides, with tbe heavy ! reverses of fortune. How sre you going were gued, thev were ejected, thi rains since have liamaged the crop very ! ? get that grace of patience . Kot imprigoned for fohtt they were mal heavily, bv which at least twenty-five ! TOOSh bearing ministers preach about ! treated, thev were throttleti by cotsitss per cent, of the entire crop.it is esti- u- Ch.no. If vou get it at all you will j bk58 mitik packs of writs, thev mated, was destroyed. Bat for the storm get it in tne world where you sen nats j wero sold out by sberifft, they hsf to The TyMealey Cotton Mills, near Bol : ton, Lancasshire. Knglsnd. burned on j the 1 2th. t Explosives in sheepskin belts have been seized at Birmingham, Eng. i There is a great strike imminent among cotton operators 'of Manchester, ! Knir. g? tt rliaMrtHnsn TKa lrvaar than nntsa rnH They toughened under the ; have to paythe greater the uncertainty. Iheywere like rocks, more k.;m i;f iL Wto, fnr w.nr n,i serviceable for the Wasting. There was ; if Jeaua 0hri8t ids you triumpbaotlv a time when tbey had to choke down j thrOHgh. How do I know it? I know it their wrath. There was a time when , b thi, principle that the hotter the they thought of a stinging retort they j f urMoe the tetier the K&uiug. There would like to utter. But now they been thousands of men who have have conquered their impatience. They J through tbe some path you are now lime isnnx "iu5 ii oiKiiii "-"It"- sninar tt rouirh with an aehlntr hoart tfhiiormly lAn m kAullil m IHIJ.CI .11 oordial greeting. xpre.s.- ud Bo-: cwery oac nowla ui,j.4it!f himaidf. itxjie.BUAtTw i osoect and s, frank a is not a seitwu or sen -cent red man. Me ks glad aud sprrv for more than his own ssecesse or failures; be is interested in some thinmi at leas tv apart from their relation to himself. Nothing more effec tually weighs ddwhs the spirits, contracts tbe source nf pleasure and darkens the countenance than tbe exclusive thought of and reference to personal interests; and no one can hope to maintain a cheer Boston Herald. The early "Romans considered a full i henrd as evidence of the uram nature nt ' Sts wearer or at leart of his lack of re I flenry Irving, the F.ocli-h actor nneoient. The term "barbarian," which 1 phosed with America. was applied by the Romans to almost ! Gen. Boeer A. Prvor will not attemnt interests out- every race outside their own, has been i to get a hearing in defense of O'Donnefl. ! open boat, with no fresh water, and w ith We .mar safely affirm 'oonfohnded with the beard (the lttin . fearing a refusal, which would orcindicc 1 tne warn pouring its hot ravs upon I V i . i Si . gn 1 a ia . m - 1 . . ' M K 4 New York Observer. . Rob stood bv thu window, in tho inoouljghjU T hope thai it sill not rain to morrow," be cried. "Does it"TWir Bite mln Are them dtaids th the "West r asked Harry. "O, I hope aot !" exclaiuied Alice- 1 would cry -ass eyes out if it should raiu." m "And go without eyes (lu r. st of vour, life?" asked nurse. "Why, Miss Alice, who scuds the rairiT "But just think how rain world spoil our picnic," muttered Bob. "I weah that I could hold the elends in i. y hands " He turned quickly from the window just then, and saw his in, .tin i si in in thedoor-wey. There was such i In of surprise on her lace, that Bob wn sure she heard his speech. "I came to say good-night t I my lings," she said, "and " "To tell us a story," Interrupted A- "Yes, a little story that Trend ir poetry. I will put it into prosn fer yuu: "A long while ago, far (rom here, In a beautiful home bv the m a -side, UfssJ four little sisters. Tbey were as merrr a the day was lone, and as happy a any other little girls tn thn bind, p.r haps. "One sweet morning, d June, they sat together under the trees, and: plans to spend a day in the Sroodt. They were to fill their baskets with aH kinds of nice things, and they were to carry games, and books, and whatever i I they liked for entertainment. Father sad mother, ami Uncle Ooorgo tHth them; 'Uncle George who I hesd just brimful of funny StOtigl,' Laura said. "'If brother Msnrice eonlii only bs here to go!" exclaimed C . elia. "But Maurice was a young ir.iJ bip- uasn, awav at sea; they il l OOl h to have lum at their picnic. tlOW long it seemed before the day would come! Many were the anxious thoughts a' the weather! It did not eeni that it could rain, when t' 6f wanted U go so very uiucli ! "The baskets were filled the night before. Ring-toss and Jawn-teunis wero in the hall, waiting to be carried to the mountain. Five o'clock came. Mil was up to catch the first glimpse sunrise! There were thick cloud in east, though, and no pxoepect at a i anrisc "'Maybe it will be bright o'clock,' said Cecelia, hopefu'.h "Laura shook her betid, declariag: Fathcr tfttntxthar Jt fs almost -ore to rain.' "They counted tho hours to break' time. 'We will know then,' I said. Minnie feel asleep, meanwhile She dreamed that the clouds had all pasacd away; and thai the merry par y was far up the mountain, with I and gamps. She woke up soon, to henr the great drops of rain pattering against the w indoty p.inos! "There a t ni four sorrowful faces at brLakfa-t-tnbl'. that morning, or ratln :, six sorrowful laces, f..r, of eoiir" thn kind, mother and father wore troubled by thtar ehildren's disapptdntasaat, though thcv were sure that it was for the best. 1 am sorry to say that the children fretted about the rain nil day, to that no oiie fell asleep that night feel ing very happy. "A week passed. The r.iinv d.-r .... ' forgotten, when, one evening, ju t bofdre j tea. there was a knock nt tin ball door. and men a cry oi delight: cisic p over the baluster, and 6iiw her brother Maurice, with his arms around hit mother's neck, crying and laughing the same timet A moment more and very one was in the hall to welcome him, and to hear how such a delightful event ns thi home-coming had hsj. pehed! "The story was soon told. Hi-ship i" j had been wrecked ten days before. Be, witn two pr uiree sanor ;, n et ( They were at sea three days, in a i-mall jviit "-"s going tt rougn witn an aching beau, ana no one can nope to maintain a cneer-1 nwiusiia. jnwnieciion may ne caiteu. They have a polite behavior for dis-; There an multitudes before the throne fuTdfspesle lm to dsrt an inspiring inefdentany, to the plar of "Ingomar," Courteous CUSt- mers. They have for- ; A (InA akn m laahorl with enrn, ,nJ I rnfllienee until be lakos it ItMMairtO in. Wherein tbe beard Of the hero f n rni. lies raasutciui uu.i.Uiiiru.!k y.j pjixjeties mnumersble, and were chested i torest in orner tniiigs and other peo-1 material lor aramauc eloquence. .Jni church and t?utc be based I KAMAafitna fn ln.l mlrldna 1 m . a a a . ,wt aa. ! 1 ! it!- !i T S ..a i meets US( oaroa, rreucn naroe. sigmiyuig tieara I, ; bis Cilentr, case. eapecsaiiyastne worawasuscd as a re- There will prnhablv be eighty Par SiaTsce rrlZrti.itnl. T'U or n KuleiVin the next Vnr- fif LdvTt!inT tht thcfbar i )ient. This will give them verv clear SSIi lit V Z yu" Dame trn y th bance of power. that root. -Neither of thes? suppositions T, , ; . , , . , are correct, tbe term originating with I. Franca and Turkey are entirely fnend tbe Egyptians, in application to tbe ! ir a8ain- natives of Barbar, an ancient eountry j French reinforcements have landed at on the coast of Africa. Still, it would j Hid Phong. Admiral Combitt will first aot be surprising if the beaW had some-! attack Santay and iiungboa. thing to do with its adoption by the The American Catholic biahops now Romans. Recollection may be called, at Rome are discussing the ouestion of addressing a demand to the United States government tnat the relations of the They pi The days have passed swsy when s ghdsomeface was deemed sn index of a frivolous poind, and a so! ems and long-drawn vjssge the fore-runner of every virtue. We know now that virtue the crop would have yielded 80,000 ! ana piesa causes oiio uu roois ano. ma&e j confess judgments, tbey bad to com-Jand hsrppfnessoltamf In hsntd.antf (hat iruDuvim i - f'-fatl that Pittsbnrg, November 13.-Coal ship-, Jd,, and mAnta nn rnn isstxr sssjssam sxnsnrssosarB ra i Jit ssxtxa . . "" '"V" v C- u TooTS?u C ' everv-dav life yon mav hear the voice bushels, of which l,M,O0O bushels were ; ofCW saving to you: "In patienc for Louisville and the balance for tin- j i ,et" have ber annatl- perfect work." An average of eighty-five .car-loads of j Again, God intended business life to coal are received daily at Knoffvilie, be to vou a school for Tenn.. from the different mines along the i Knoxville and Ohio railroad. It ml the AiTiisiso op xsowleiwe. recognized as the best bituminous coal j Merchants do not read many books, in tbe market. nor study many lexicons, nor dire into Three thousand turkeys were shipped j great profounds, yet through tbe force from Bristol, Teas., to Savannah, Ga., of circumstances "tbey get intelligent on in one ear a few days ago. questions of politics and finance and Two farmers ia Alabama ore making geography and jurisprudence snd ethics. a fortune raisinir roses, and have orders ' Business is a bard schoolmistress If for 50,000 fill. this case Ms possessor regarded it with pride, and his hardest task was to cut it of. On the dtbeVhaiid, srhen an Egyptian artist desired to depict a low, slovently fellow, be represented him as having several da? growth of hair upon his law. upon canon y... .!.,, mi i.i unit uinia uis ! ... nmmiu.lll. ere.rlit.ira and their W ' a SvMtft OlfRaciAaa -atfistfl Mttanwa. avwvt IfftCe. Bat, for that matter tha artiat : or .XllSiria, Or OOtn through the turmoil , LlUI. -j, disturbed bv the fact 1 hshits sad ood health will brine with f of to-day would be likely to oortrav a exasperation of your ; tw.f their door bell was runst loudly and; them cheerful ness. and contentment tn! framp in tbe same wav. Assonsr the angrily, by the hand of some impetu-1 the spirit, and light and gladness to the! Ekpyljans-artincial beards were worn,! ous creditor wno was surprised that that ; countenance. t nowever, ss a matter ot personal orna sick man should be so impertinent and - outrageous ss to die before he bad paid bias tha but three shillings and sixpence. Oh, how men are tested and driven! I bad aieaTwto wtlfrom ,J to another. bod, but seemed around, and after awhile I beard he was dean, and tne ant word 1 said was, Good! he has got rid of the sheriffs." There is a great multitude ier. A food and area, heart her ?ea;c! WW" r , .nrtC;n, ho r.,Tt kt- t.nj 1 mgtrxck on the Mississippi Valley to f sii:" i!irt aner cr l L&W? of business men who on earth bad it hard, hot plants more than they can I her pupils wiR not learn in any other ! the grace of God they stand mump! ffay.siiu aiwiB,iiui shuki sue nuwsim riearejs: ana wnen tne aaestion u , them on the hes and on the heart with 1 asked of thorn. "Who are thev r the targe forswsswa ax wrP- Mgh bfHsog' the sitisia .batsfee, J. A G. m. rtte Rivers and instrumental, wa exceptionally Mated fosliag-.e-rared b' , ksarosna- xiaa and Protestants tsmv kixatly so 1,,er- . Orft isWrT dates sas aonaaa Distinguished Editors of a Great Paper. Chicago Evening Journal. The N. Y. Commercial Advertiser's list of editors since ita esUblishmeet in 1792 embraces a more notable galaxy than anv other paper ia the eocntry, as the following shows: Nook Webster 1792 to 18o3 Zacharish Lewis 1803 to William I- Stone - 1820 to Francis HaU 1844 to 1863 WiUiam Henrv Hnribut 1868 to Tk.rLv Waasd 1867 to HuadiT.Hsstixnm 1868 to Skate the death of Mr. Hastings bis nephew inexorable loss, low went bosineas enterprise and fSOOO got oat of your grasp. Yon aay the $5000 were wasted.. Oh.no; that was only tuition. Expensive schooling, bat it was worth it. Misfortune with bard hand comes upon a mas and wakes him up, and by the . wiry ; tpfa; flajpamuiiiitancea business men get to be intelligent. Traders in grun must uwB sawi toreign narvesis. Trod6fjitJBa(fe must know about the ot tropical productions. .Han oi American goods mast about tbe tann or imported arti Publisbers of books mast know new law of copyright. Owners oi come to understand winds snd us and aayigstioa. And so every e ed cotton sod every raisin-cask, and itrr l evert . tea-box, ana every cluster ot mac ts 7 K44 U lawCUrei 1 (Tl 1 lmWNBSlPSSsw ikaow 1868 the angels of God, standing on seas of glass will cry ont, "These are they who rsnshT out of great tribulation and had iflseu robes washed and made white fn the U 1 1 .L. T t. " t.t- T WUU tl 1 lie uwiu. - -- Onw more: . 1- wont ass to watir by or! rial number Of votes, i than Arrm maotba Jonn iiuauiitii - t aananas becomes a literature to our a yousg man, am wr w, ""'jbastnam men, ow what is the use of cstd. ano a ciom txewasats e.Mtkmmtsmmt unless voa aive it vsa ;-.a Ttr ' .. . - r . roionsi. iji, fu Bujijww uiju gir? you thsjje ppportunities of brightening duties thst crowd his Txysi- IlkaKn tato nnele la writoa artth I a anagers ox the j it toss a Tlaars TuiAana and m4 bv tel Brtafiiinai a RCaUae, 1 fjiacted a. p a tha 1 grander bus! a for the poles ins will beats at d or increasing your to set bxrxer treasures f Oh, no. Can it be that vou have been leaxxuMt. about foreign 'lands and people that dwell under other skies and vet have an mis sionary spirit ? Can it be thai yen bar stmuna grace. Commareial -ethics, business honor. laws of trade, may do. very well for awhile, bat there wiB eMn a time when the ground wdl slip from . CT a . a a a - m reet and tne world win devils wxttamtpppr yoi witl want mora than si re voa. Yon will s sjrs .... ; - roca to mm on, rw iwJSts o grace yea have koown, astSJlte snd to maltreat their frier, came their enemies, sod yoa son and cofuarbus rosd down Bomoebltea d-iver. miles, atsi.net from. Boscn as basse tne worr is in tne bands 01 6-iimes-DemrjcTat, GrM hex. Jack, to the! thirty; mmhMtmt contract for s-4Vat, i, M. Bal- i-COtli Jaaru.tLsitw-rai . t 1 bv tne arsins oar xmllod over vicasaurgand fort Uib- WiftenW WkaodTRver for ffe aad Texas Raitrood the as .si uncovered ucausi " 'O, dear mother, how hard wo praj 1 for rain! just for one little shower, e said Maurice. "'Did it rain,' asked G c.eli.t. tarn " 'Yes, it rained for a wholo day Wednesday, iust a week ago. We should all have died if it had not been for day I' "The sisters looked at one another Their mother exclaimed : "0, my dears, do you hear that? Do you remember. It was the very same rain that made you all so unhappy f ' 'Tell me all about it,' said HaXtffcs 'How could the rain that save d me, make you miserable f " 'But we didn't know that it was go ing to save you, Maurice,' they said. " '2o, that is just the jtoint,' said mother. "We do not, any of us, k what goods things we should pre' nor what terrible things would nappe :. if we could always have our own way. Think how it would have bcea in this case." "They might never have seen Maurice again," said Rob, solemnly, when his mother bad finished the story, have no brother to be lost at sea, tha :g . be added. "But perhaps some one may hare, said Alice. "Or the rain may be intc;. for some one else, in some other n wava . ..f . r - auui Ham- bsane of tbe attributes of the ld "Yrm may be sure that it is f..r S?tt5K iteL vJ-,.? Rtoloons andhTrM7ltDou the Sat- i ft "' . r ! ' iaa,'"1 '',.rr "c ' form when the train arrives, to be rno. uo'us lne cimum in ins hand. Knows the sian say mat u ne doos not perform i ; ,j f.. , , " eetxain Vats roam steed hell sever wear ".ffll " r.m u "l''? l or,e ,of a nn hi f.o TiA . -a-a.uaa, c laatpoi iroaaj UK The brigands who recently attacked an American caravan in Turkey have been apprehended at the request of Brit ish and American representatives. War is imminent between Russia and An Embarrassed Tailor. Orders have been issued from the 1 1 . . . . . r . i . . , t - f. ' -t .i l: -it . , utjautiuarara ox tue .ortnern racmc PntiTn rH, f rr . ! Rilroad to the effect that all employees 2r!n with - Se t ?IUr-oarum,m9 at ttttl the line uLxven fanWe1tlef thai Xe! Hver A ui a u L&Tta.j!j nawjroing over tbe road takintr mea- opportunities to attend to their personal I "TtThttllS" appearanct-. The beard has always I V" 1t2!2EFtm and hautod for i ,1.1 r a ir r".r.v"X.rrr-r- I- response to his call a haad- . . 7.7:"..r . some voiin com pan lxl rltrdtt montent to let them chine d showers upon the earth." Rob looked ashamed. He saw what a foolish speech he had made, and how young lady stepped forward, aoi 7u ? - i r .t K ' uoaor . n a o i . . 7'J 7 - 1 J tna Aantml .f flirt nnn IT...-' .nchXllae.te oi ZZJ? LlXrZ: asT'!: rather! ! & !r. " W1 ) d he was her brothse. a-d i dZmllZI fats srnrpstah. The The Ticket Law. occur, no English gentleman, unles- ... . 11 - an erriian-ir inn r. it; "tie a luiiiwrj utsu, wore a oearu oi i . . , 1m ind, excepting at the risk of being! W " an looked upon iaxter tbe .-uttaaMhap" style came i rtaan'. aBii. KT-uX save oaut above f rv men nr.. t ..i - i J , rr r. .J "' IX soar ajlil rowi' SjV Jf'wyoi anu nut wn DOUteil J this vataMaval can ' """ " ''''IjrtKL M ' n iTTi jjt ' , t ine. innan1 win nsinsi mr iiato s .- ceuwt.i.iu xtock lavinp' i mat owe t ttiawt - .-. SSTva - . . w 1 i a- mmmmw : . i inn ram,. aviiA timtti r -Maaimt. aaaiaaaaa uia Hair .Wot a aaaata tamTDaTfauair - A I 1 M ntfB t WSUVS SXMISB XOB TTSI STS r raSniW Wm Smm hot aaAite f,m u, ZZT. SZ. a-lj Ll . kwaadftf was mauled and 11 Maiir fmii-i! ssaabaftsiil.. .11. .7 IM irtrl oaneraaroo i asm not a staaie one of ttaaUtiis laOaif an rnr kt... on uw aast misaiai.io mm i .-. a-a. , . . - thavir m- i r'r-""spg s, ? "f"'"'. 9wog aaoava atom hmm. aafrrxwSi 1 i f Tlfrmnr TaffTTi im Till Tl r ni T u rr .1. - ... .JLL-fXiiXsETIL' I Xt.. I ..;nr.i,. tl..ii,.: t -AjT i "waauig tuc uain te.egntpnetl I rom the t ..-.-.itvi.i .j....... la.ou worse, i ..; . iui ....j a . , ! i . i , . s-. c.av..u . ii. nntuT KrnH Hirs rrwai ui uic ticket law. it cara- eecentm or "e I roi nt ite Wt , wi w "rthcor ! ; i- d wolf remember ""r-" -avaa iainer. on tn face was . - Jt IJffCavarA uei y and ersn ; Death of the Learfinir Hntit ateaaail to aoM Preacher of AUhama, - ..J T" i Mobile, ISbv. 10-Rev. E. T. Wink- uur tellow citizens ho attended the Ier. V. D.. died at Marion. Ala. ttu- s Fairreport tbemselre-, as highly I evening: He was enateeded lte.the , tho Tbe election ia over for I TllJJ . ..... ... - I ' . v. . 1 1 . . I .1 . I. 11. 1 1 , I yewr, jtuu tue iii.-i.ui law u.13 we IlOpe 1 performed its last sad office, as it ha Iftovet boh conducive of any good. At jam early date of the existence of tbe Bul , letiu this paper suggested that each voter should be free to vote anything rrom a vwnteocrate bin to a Unit i States nag, and wa have no reason aa yet to make any change or modification . ,i , snd spit upon and and ground to lost their propt blasted eternity, koa etml&msmaja sacft Mrsoaajwaue there are oa tbe same sea. of God, have sal iag oat of thaa Otero ever was a nrml iTl 7 . , to? J Qt ute language, vte do not see any up-rare ful of! one of tho foremost of the Baptist com- reason why the Circuit pu, .Liii ana con r tea V of it mnnion in the rsonth h. sT-'t..-. , ..vi , ' ...... i,iWb'naWSmoliment o ' Sooth Carolina 7 "" .,"11 ILL'" '""l" U pr.cucg aaaal Miarr r I . wTnsis-rs. wa oi tne grsKi people of v est foiot Militarv Academy and afi - - - f . - nSBXIH aUTflal aVaaVTaT W the rood iis-iinr aji ana isaasuiata awt atftTJ Ita ,g4T houl ao- avette Chronicle, , and Northeasts ra tha Queen oad o the fact that , is at on end, cal Institute. He left Chariest the reconstruction period,, i Ataoama. tie devoted ni ing, to rellgtous tear mansgemeot ot tae i ted Ite and Chriaeiaa hnir 'Ajiaiaon, the ticket than any other officer, or any i or toat matter, tne manner ng up tbe ballots should bo left y Free from legal restrictions nd eontrol; and wa do hone tha in. ing Legislature will speedily repeal r uaaat saw, asu reruao to pats Ulnt. Im mmM . -, ' latattvc iu muj mic preacriping ty of paper or anything aJaa so toe sort ot ballots to be used matters bn loft ab- B0l whim fer MnnM. fJ . Bw--ftaaa thii$ ' '