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| pairing promptly done. Good lock, rates reasonable . A. S fells, One doorjeast of Lowndes ! in use ovErtjixrir years. Ul",8 ]. or ?nmr CwtoClrtlriU >r rilDrtwM.. horse and cattle powders lib fmmSm 'above information; this offer is open }Lra*HAiroouH,giifl?d?ii?ii>?. the battle 1 vil war, with iforthe * * ~ IK. lining her gold,' she a . . _ 3?s?i wings with wealth as a Briton, and she soars amid the skies of prosperity, as the , Eagle soars amid the skies of the son. The glory of the rainbow falls be neath the glitter of her wings in acknowledgment of her superior grandeur. But lo ! the horizon 1b darkened ! Tlie walls ot pro tection are threatened, by the clouds of reform. The hall storm of party strife threatens the rich plumage of her wings, and the destruction of her brood.. She attempts to close i her )wings, but alas ! tbe storm Is upon her, her walls of protection are lost in tho clouds of uncertainty, and i great fear comes upon ner. She aUempta to escape the tor rents, but the rich feathers are torn from her wings and reluct antly fall. She struggles to rise abovethe storm, but her power Is lost, her confidence is lost, and her glory is lost And so, crest | fallen, she settles on the moun-1 tain of disaster, with her wings half torn and half folded, and ! her rich store of weirtth melting as the mountain frost before the rising sun, and her brood scat tered, Is seeking food and shelter at the stranger's door. With the voice of disaster she cries to the great Ruler of the land for relief. He hears her shrill voice, he looks away through the telescope of Intelligence and beholds the deplorable condition. of his best kingdom. His soul Is touched with sympathy, and he looks away at the threatening clouds that he commanded to rise and he thinks of Joshua, and copi mands them to stand still, but '- ' they roll on. and roU up. "Lord what shall 1 do to, be saved." d. h. davis, Quiet Dell, IT. Va. :? BOREMAN'8 COUQJl'ttYBUF Is the best remedy you o?n And. lor hoarseness, croup, oongh *sthm? ?Ihe 25 oent bottles are monsters Jorthe j Why oongh, hack, spit, sniffle cause the dealer wants a fancy profit. 8old bv all dealera. 9 Lambrecht Is still selling watchesH clocks, and jewelry of all kinds at prices to suit all who appreciate a fine quality of goods. _ t 14* the handsomest LADY in Clarksburg remarked to a fnend toe other day that she knew Kemp s Bita tor thiB Throat and Ln n R?wns * .WBfj" ior remedy, as it stopped her coaglt in stantly when other oongh remotes bad no effect whatever. Any drnapst ffffi riye you a sample bottle free. Larg bcttles 80o and SI. It now turns out that there ported fight between two Bap tists preachers, the account of which was published In many papers last week, did not refer to Revs. Peters and Burgess of the Baptist church who are well known In this part of the State. It. seems. to have been two Methodist preachers from the Southern part of the State. The Ritchie Gazette was twenty years old last week. It is a shin ing Instance of how popular and permanent a newspaper may be rome when based on sonnd judgment and broad principle. Presley Morris has a skillful way of saying volumes every ? Subscribe for the Telxgkam Poor Craaus to'tis tnat, ?SSS3 ' aJ??y<"??nr<lM>>o^l And dena himself a May, ^He'ctnUdn' ftf he'choso?4 iSSUgSft Before the mluloaitre! -B. N. Stephen*, to Bi window pane of asmojudg seemed able to explain, as sentative of. law and ord< down upon the small mob. 1 npon one Uttlo follow, b whom circumstantial cridcr a? having- thrown the ston ried him oil in triumph i ?"?(fry protestations and she ?hist as he disappeared fr new arrival hurried up to t dispersing crowd, and el do?" cxclalmed Billy, In consternai and then vrithont further words he t to his heels towards the nelgbboi police station. EWsf "What1! he up to??/ queried friends. "To frit that baby out a Jail," swered Tom Bruoe, explaining t< inquiring bystander. "Yer see, E Johnson, we's call him Bully so times fur abort He ain't no cow nutber, bat a reg'la t out an' | fighter. He Jes pitches inter any 'at tries ter rope in an lnnerec Baby?the feller the perlice tult?1 a rcg'lar softie, yer see, and Bil "allers gittin' him out a scrapes. I out an' out fond of the Baby. G Hit boys, there comes that feller n< What d'you s'poae Billy's did?" I wudnt be dlsapplntcd, and wo an, sea we: 'Wy, Billy, he's a reg-lar out an1 out (rood tin, he is; le's go and git him oat a Jail,'causo hell /eel had when he heers ne a go. paradln' by.' So we goes ter Mr. Hamilton as U chief er perlice, ?ee? and we aes: *See 'ere, Billy, he didn't do it,' andbeses; ?Do whntr and we tella him all about it, and he aea; 'Here, yon go an' hail him out,'and ho write*a order on apiece of paper and aea: 'Here's some money for his bail ef you cant make it all up amung yer1 and he giro us a flrer. So Nre takes the paper and the boodle, and we each pats aome more chink with it and after we waa all ready, we Jes" marches down after you; and now Some on,you'a to march at the head with oft" Billy listened Intently and under standing^ to this lengthy explanation, and. aa Tom finished, he suddenly hurled his hat high into the air and yelled:' "Hurra!" "You're the stuff," ho said, grate fully, gripping Tom'a hand,; and Tom IgTmmd in pleased acceptance of the As Billy passed the desic in his exit, be saw his ball money, a pile of nick i iiaeSLSt . aMiHiiau? thoomphntlo onuwei yon did. You're on * a ? Ah -. * V--~ ??? ? ' ? -? \- - . SssSsbS^B^S iSffiBESSEaEiiP^"^^^ ffivnnmiliiilSH Hfiliiili ? exclal though lie VI-I know it, b?but _ Jttered Jack. wmsMmti meaaure again. In* the Ewr p?per cnterlnff the country ha. to P*aa official oeniors, and if deemed thol?"> f A gentleman at Helalngfora ?ob ?cribed some time alnue too very peace ful periodical In the Debrnr lSS Spg?ssa^?>s a.*-- ? M THe WORLD'8 WONOER8. .affected Uw Wl; In Honff Konir nmUM t* Wanthepiao^^^'j, near Quitman. Ala., waa blown ^sags?gil undisturbed.