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A ! - 1 ? 'A 8T f. r. SATE33 & 00. VOLUME 39, PEACK. OOOI WHX-ANI 'WIOSPEIUTY TO ALL MANKIND-' PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY. MARCH I s 188??. NUMBER 5i PROFESSIONAL. A Parker Iharnplin, M.D. BAY 8T.. LOUIS, MISS., OoV and icatdaac (wt Mr, eea4 4m H. K. at. T. IV. s Drome, ATTORNEY AT LAW, rrtito, Miu. Will oil the tntirt of the fecveut JmiicUl district, ud t taderei atod eupretM rtth8tata. TUB C0UKTS. . D. F. IlESDOS, MtACTlriNO HY8ICIAN, Oters hi proflnual services to the eltl- mm of Moaa rem; ui wmw. . OftK-Opxi Mow A. Bra's .toc MOBS rOINT-. i v Dr. L 3,.vrtiurber. . ; DBSTI3T, OIU 1 Manas t PA83 CHRISTIAN. MISS. Cell Hm'h; point from Bay tit. Losi t teMtoB promptly answered. Dr. John Brill, 6L Loub, Uluutippi,. Tenders bl prafeeslonal services to tn ' 11. Meal. , iTTOBXKRT ACOUX8KLLOB1TL1W Prtt tic In 1UU C urU of tU 8ntl J. A. Anderson, ttortnton, Miu. WW pHti. U fb oouru of th Wallow ( tlia aonacttoB of dabla. auU ak wtttauf promptly. J. D. rianan, BEHTXL BUB0KOM, QtbutrUk, Mill. TnWtU U do k lu hlatofoloM, C. E. ChideT 41TT0S5KT COVKHKLLOB-AT-LAW, fifrtiiifoii, Hiu. WlUpmticU tb tU of tbt vtatf Jutlivlol dUtrlat. . Written and rk opiaii on U twvrtfi with bUlpyiug and ieal 4c Dlooinlleld, . OUXKYSt A COUW-l.OttS at UW - i n ,- rnrt, of Jaek- fMtly tu all tha CoaiU r tba 8vntl Wluial l)irin J. A. Kobtnvon, A'.TOBSKT A COL'KfiSLLOB-AT-LAW, hlliville,ilkt. - W 111 araelUa in all tha ,dt of Jomj. h aa n r it uimiuui w atiawt ruuiptly attvudad ta. Circuit Court, Kcvrnth lUntrkt. fAMUELH.TERRAL, Jadg". ' TU0MA3 8 t'OKP. Diatrwt Attowj. C1arkaMtT, Brut Mooday la February nil Aagaat.eontHiDiaiMvelva daya. K mm par caooty, ftnt Mondar in March uJ KhLiiiIim. coutiuuinc twelve dava. Landrdilcoaaty, Ant lioaday in J',y and Janaary cmtiaaiDK twenty-;UrJiidU c4al daya if biMinaw require, Wtm eaunty, fir iionday ia April ad October, ooutiiinf ix da)-a. Grreoa ronu,aqiid Monday in April audOefcqb tonunaiaf ais day. fTy eonnfy. third Monday in Aptil (VtnW cnntianlna X dakta. Marion eaunty. fonrtk Monday ta April and October, euutinuing aix daya. Mancork county, nrt Monday after tba fonrtb Mowlay ot Aprilaud October, cos tinoinf twelra daya. Harrwoa eoanty, third Monday after (ha fourth Mouday of April aud OcUiber, eontiaulug all daya. Jackana county, fourth Mooday after four! a Monday of Apr and October, con tinning twalra daya. Chancery Court, BcTCuth DlntrlcC 0E0BQK WOOD, Chaaeellor. Jackaoa eouuty.- firat Monday of March aud aVpteailier, continuing aix dnya. Hariiaon oonty. aacoiid Monday In March and vptember, continuing aix daya Hanaock county .third Monday iu March Marion couuty.avcond Mouday aitertba fourth Monday iu March aud beptemuer, contiuuinir aix unva. Purr reuutr. flrat Monday alUr the iuartb Mondny in March and BoptemW, anntimiinr aix dava. Oreenecouuty, fourth Moudayi in March ml .VaiitumlM-r. on tiuuinir aix daya. Wayne county, fourth Monday after the fourth Jiouday of Marcn auu oeiivemuer, iutiiitiiiir nix dava. Clarke county, brat Monday In May aud Knvnlir runtiuniiiv aix dava. Iiiid.rdala eountv. third Monday of May and November, coutlnulug twelve daya. Rrmper eoanty, aecond Mooday Id May ..i KniinnW. xniitinniuir aix dava. Mouthly rulcaol CDaucery i.ourien mi aecond Mondajr in eacn nuuio. Flower that Xer WUber. There are lawrrt tbat nv,r wither, There are aklea tbat never fade There are trece that cart forever Cooling fcowere of Uafy b'Ji. There are ailver wayetfta tewing With lullis tound of real, Whwa weet wind, mftly blowing, Vana tba fair lauda of the bleat. Thitherward onr itepa are tending, Oft through dint, epprii ve feare, Mre of grief than pUaonra blending Iu the darkening woof of year. Often would aur fooUtepe weary Sink noon the winding way, But that vhea nil looka moat dreary, O'er u heama cheering ray. . Tbn the Father who hath madt aa TenauU of tbia world of care, Knowath how to kindly guide na With the burden we muat bear. Knoweth how to cauae the ipirit Hopefully to raia Ita eye Toward tha house it doth inherit Far beyond tha aanra akira. There la voice that whiapera lowly Down withiu tbil heart of miue, Where emotieua tha moat holy Ever nirke their aacred ihrlua ; And it telle a tbiilling atory Of the great Redeemer' love. And the all-bow ildtriiig glory Of tha better land above. Our Mobile Letter. Farm auU Qrdea 'ot. Poitefln? tha Bool of AotA-x. UuaOA March 5, 14. l aWiof Deiaoatat Star. j Tb past vcfJ.has uTelopJ I '"If I . . . raiucr uuu ob iu your auj rc 'art. Ia fljr-tima cowa abonU ba kept ' Big Eii.U Mkh.)l'ien la alalia dorinff the dav, fed morn- J a. ry aiasolur cjsb of apirltoal- aad eveiiiuir aud allowed ID ilts if aiu-li tc may Da ciueti. waa I nwukww, aw . fvl ar HlirhP 'I ft Tllrll aai ,itruj I fA Itfl It V kt 11 1 II IMIf tJB L MB nothiDf; socially wortbj fl a let- j tboaM kt,pt tt aud iijgbtlj fiBil iu trlr.J tha caw ia located, ter, aud I feat tail oua will be a j droppjuga pitched into pile. ' The family iu queatiuu reaide about Cotton aeed irnsal ia valuable i fitr uii'e a-rtB of tbia city, iu" tbt IiUllir nrillZ uouw. Wehavahadalrctnreortwo leed; but it itauda in antch tlia'uaiueoi la -.'ajma rrlatiou to cattle toml that!S.mj time asto a dauau'er of Jar i ,, . . m 1 i.A'iz aud meat to tie buuiaa , Uou. a Juuj I ; -I m ITW. 1.4 leoturar ia lawyer, aadaiatrdy,; ..! -mJ u feJ aay, nueut auu torciow istaer ahe'woald put aaoT a tilz!iu of fed ith itiku, bay or airav. Iu teedimi awet milk to pigs the male pereuaaion to Ulnsb. Uer I trials mude at the Wimiun.uu i nli t ia to iaOueoce Ifiiialatiou. ! uerioieut farui showed that on an .ii rurr trnlv on bill road haa ! a vera ire four itouud - r " . ahe to travel iu tbia baina. Why the Ohl tbia life, with all Ita torrowe, - Uaateneth onward to a cloael Iu a few more brief to-morrow Will have ended all sur woe. Then o'er death the part immortal Khali (iiblimely rise and aoar O'er the atar-reiipleudeut port. There to dwell forevermor. Church Notlcea. M. E. Church, Her. Thorn Prira tnr i.l Huunav 7 .m.. 4th Hunday II a.m. and 7 f.at. bunday Uchool avery tiunday momlng. -K.utmt Church. B. K. Hendon, paator. Pn-iu-hliiif tint and third Suuduy, at 7 p.m.. and areond and fourth Bunday at 11 fm. iTayer ataeiin; rnj uiu.. Sunday achool at 3 o'clock p.m. mm 4m Or. Kl, noorc, BCBAMT0N.MI88.. a atUbliiUed an oflloe on Delma, ave cae, where he may be foaud when waoV d, Will attend ealla day or night, la or out -f ..... .nd at Beaahore. Uaviug boon aaatioaeaaly engaged in lb practice of f..r tweuty-four year In tne Joath, feale oonndent of beiug able to re lieve all car many. P'"1" trie tawating ehronio dlaeaaea. He in vito aaaaultatloa Olve him a trial. J, . Ueldf lberf, ltterjf a? Councilor at Uto ott w & PAICAOOULA (Jackaon eoanty), MISS. Will practl wherever he may hav Will ire aoaclal attention to Collec tion! and Chaacery baaiueaa, anob a aet- tin m n h cnif nnnTP : mm Chicago, Hi. Louis -AND KTW 0ELEA2TS SA1LS0AD. The KTAIVDARD OWUE t trunk Hue between the North cV Boothi ThtOnly Lint Ruttming PUILMAN PALACE Sleepinf Cars Through FBOM Vte Orlennt f CineinnmU, St. Lonia ic Chlcafo, Without Chan ' Cars OmI Ont C nt atf ern Cities The ONLY- UIRECT ROUTE to Ht, 1 oula, Chicago and ALL POIXT8 NORTH AND WEST: Many mile afaorter, and many hmim quicker than any other line ' DODBLB DA1IY TliAINS leave and iwrlve at Calliope 8tret Depot tliogoatate, eiauilninfi land title, andlM follow i . , givmg legal opinion, "quieting" wwe. o y A v land, obtain.ng divoice .to. J ; A.M. - 1 1 taVNASHVIIJi B R.) V , ma a mat Tl:c:'!i Trunk Lir.3 rrjrj r ft r r . j AVg'v I Vraai I.w OrteaacaoUhaai aiiem nC3IlL E'.ST l 7EST VeaWyatek1! W 11 Vlthoat ektac e kkttl aeeMaMii from OkatUaeet aa4 Xaahvin la It. Leakk eaxlwtlM Unet Ht CHa la lk lorthweit. F Mkl leHe e the I v line w tHia raa will k .m. ii lew ihhi fe'.a. -w mt thU C i Hm. r""M ARRTYR. Mall No. a, 7:15 A.M. Kil. No. 4,11 J5 A.M. lied Mo. , 1 30 P. M. Mixed No: 10, M P. 11. Noa: 1, 8, 3 and 4 run dally, No: 0 aud 10 dnilv except Bomlay: Ticket office. !tt Camp atreeot, corner Common. A. U. BHELUOK, Ticket Agent, J. W, COLEMAN, Acting Gen. Paaa. Ag't, C:nnkdonr'a Salo. Bill to foreoloae mort gage. THE VIOLIV8 VOICE. ' A Pathetic Story or a Municiaa and a Dylug Child. February Belgravla. Tho Duik Angel of Death vae Btanding outside the tnURiclau'a door, lor little Auita, Maestro Nar ditti'a child, waa fiuliHjj away; no tear, uo prayera could avail, uot eveu Cai iaaima'a lovely voice. CMriwdmii'a voice waa husheil uow; the Maetdro had no heart to tnkert hi dearly loved violin and i.l a v to aiMithe Ina sorrow, iih lie iia'i dune many yearaasro a bell bia ile dii'd and letttlim little one UriniHi. Heaven had given hhti the dirme Rilt of teniu, and had bidden him cull aloud to the world. So Curia aiuia and ho hud played together throiiiih aickueisa and Borrow aud micceMH, and through all the chang ing acnes of life tin had been fail hint InetulH. Thev bad mat couie baulc fioiu the crowded hall: the people auid that never belore had the Maeatro played ho beantlfuliy, and that iiet'er before hud the violin's voice sounded so uioirrntul and patbetio. Well, you nee they did not know the reaaou, but we do, tor both aere thinking ot the little djiug girl, and how could their thoughts l auytbinf but soiiowful, or the outward expression of thoae iboughta beau thing but mournful! The tather aaa weeping by bis child's bedside. But she said: "Do not aeep,aing to me sing uie to sleen. lor 1 Hiiiso weary, dear tather, tiud the evening bus been, so long aithout tbee." Then he rose aud played to her, aud ehe closed her eyes and listened happily 16-Carissimaa voice. It sang a song without words the music alone told the tale or a pure yousg lile, too pure for earth, and therefore to be takeu away to nut fair laud where only the good ami pure dwell. Yet it. wis hard to leave the earth, harder still to leave the dear ones behind, ami to know that they would ho desolate; aud here the violin's voice ftouuea auu trembled as if troin sorrow, and the melody became sadder sud softer, aa if describing the very parting which was soou to take place; men the lingering notes died away 'and tba Muestro'a hand waa still. "Ia that allP murmured the child; "oh, play Hgain!'' Once more he raised bis bow on high, aud the air resouuded witn a psalm of triumphthe S''Uie melo dy, but no longer sott or ead, for the gates of that Fair Land were opened wide, and amidst this jubi lant strain the child had passed away with the Angel of tysath. -.. f5t f d-f t" t., ,A -- w D. R. Duulap No. Wlve. Mark A. Docs. Pursuant to a decree of the cbanoory eonrt of Jackaon county, Miav, rendered mi tliu fith dav of Guutctubir. MM. Iu tin above entitled cause, I will, at Is o'clock m..on Mondqy, tht 2d day of April, 1883, at tha frout door ot the Courthouse at Sqrantou, sell for caab to tha higlwat -id dar. the fol owing ueMcriuea piece or par nf luna. ntnnted. lying mm Deliig in eotloB eleven (11), township elgbt .() .k. 1V ti .(.t I1MILT tllA I-1LII. phiiu, i.u(i.'. i ; 1 road depot at raacagouia, ana more par ticularly d'jaoribed aa fullowa, to-wit: rnniniencinir at tba lie corner of aald land In said section, tnenoe running ween mm ty-two chalus aud thirty-five links to the ounty road- thence Pinning south 31 de gree west leu cbaiusto the place of be ginning ; tuenoe east tour huudred and twenty feet; tuenoe uorth one hnudred .H fl,a teet: thence Weat four hundred feet more or loss to the comity road aba, aid, and thence eoutb 31 degree west two hundred aud ten teet to the pluee of beginning, together with th buildings aud appurtenances thereon oi thereunto belonging or in anywiae appertaining, In. eluding storehouse and throe tenement houses. (Th store and one hoswa has been dotrved by Are since the date of the decree. A- O. Delma. March x, 'tO-6t Commissioner. n r- .Imi.nl.t Fulfill saj s t "Many peraous in th neighborhood ((,H(, -1(J lue ttr8t e10wtnatiou Was, tMhTv til tllM cnnilT, wiuraim. w part of Ala- candidate tbat can't "set 'era op" eatly sou often nay well be couuted ont of the race, and the troth ia, that rur bar rooms are our political barometer. It Is a sail commentary on the times wbeu oo reflects upon the uaauuer and manageuieut of the people du ring a campaign. A few oflice seekers will get to gether aud pool tbeir mllueucea, or iu other words, will select among themselves which offices thsy want aud say, now tc will all work to gether for the noininutiou of this ticket, aud select some two or three men iu each. ward to work the poo Die up. ThVse few ineu are aup- plied with rasonrcea, (I, s. money,) ud around the bar-rooms, corner B-roceriea, etc, night aud day they talk op their certain men tor these certain onlces, uutil tne people rroui bearing these uamea ineutioned all the time begin to think tbey are really strong candidates, and with out anv auuarent efiort on their own imrt. really get the nomination and all because the dear people never stop to think what they are doinir. and inatead or a somtot pa triotisin that nuts men into ofBce it la really the spirit of "old rye" and kiudred bnirita ot that UK mat fill our offices with our patiiotiu ruler, instead of servauts, aa they sometimes call themselvea. And yet there is nothing astonishing about all (hi, the poor man apjiai eutly cares very littl out way or the other whatever the result he can't see as it will benefit him, while the wealthy mau, too tuduleut to attend to the duties of oitizeuship, or two exclusive iu his exalted es titnation of himself to mingle with w hat he is nlcasvd to call the com mou' herd, at the polls, neglects his duties, aud thua the interests ot a greut city or Slate are left to the mercies of political sharks who in a niimlute voted' through bar-roun aud comer groceries and iproiii ate to themselves alt that is lelt ol oolitical patrietisin the aiiotl And yet, somehow or other, the old shin ot state rides safely through every si oral, and after each election the wuvesof traud and cor rupiion that have madly dashed around U.r gradually settle down and all is calm again. God bless oilr country. Aa for the pollti ciaus well, the devil takes care of his own. To-nieht we have Nobles in his new play "Interview s,'1 and as he is a Due actor that always carries good company, there is uo question ot ma having a n.ie auuieuce. Today has been one of those grandly beauiilul, balmy days for which our clime ia so noted at this season of the year, and Dauphin street looks briuht H h the fa-jes and pretty toilets of our .Viobil ladies, dozens of whom surpass the notorious Mrs, Latigtry Iu Ixvut tv. uraue and loveliness, ana sn pretty day like this wo 'ld prove it by comparison. Aud yet some how one teels inclined to scold and flud fault, and almost say they lack oomtnou politeueae at tiiuu ; for la stance, three or tour of theiu will walk abreast, occupy iug tne whole ot the side walk, aim! will uot yield the rirfhlof wa'y at nil to a "horrid mau-' but make turn take the eireet with a sweet coiuplaoeucy, tbat as tonishes a fellow's temper, when he stops long eiiougn to tuiuK ot u. And again, if in the alreut oar, 0U are .very tired and give up your seat to one of the divine creatures, the chances are ten to one if you get a pleasant look iuuiu less thanks, which sometimes leads me to tluuk". thev lack but Hear I am ou dangerous ground, so I'll simply sat. foudly thine own. vjob. , i oe of corn meal were equal to twenty injuhus oi sweet skim-uiilk, or cue pound ot meal equal to nve of milk it fed, separately. There is danger iu stimulating too ' rge a flow ot rich milk by feediuf highly of tueal sud grains to new aiiich cows, limse uuiry. men who boast of enormous yields milk frequently lose a cow or have one rendered worthless by eakiuz ber bag or ia the loss of ous or more teats. - Galled aud sore shoulders iu horses are often caused by the ruaue workinir under the collar while linllinz. This can be avoided lady of about aeYeuieeu Years of age, was taken ill wlcii diphtheria, three or fyr i her children of the latuily aariuff previous died with the same dis tant. . ' Alter Misa House ba I been sick tour or live week ahe summoned iliflereut oues U ber bedside aud told them she was going away, but woulJ return in a law days. 3b then .uatructed them to leave her entirely alone, and uot touch her ''sin until sue rriurueu. lueu, tur the period of three days, Miss llou lay immovable, u an ap- pearauoe us if dead. At the expi ration ot three da) she returned to cousciottsues and hat sinoe becu in perfect health, getting up from her bed almost immediately at tu eud of three days. The sirausest part ef the otory. however, is the fat that when she returned to herself, she was some bislr else. Previous to her sick- by plaitiug the mane and tying it Uvui a daughter of au old iriend ot Tl, ToMnfo Glohe haa an article Puenmonia has neeu epttieuuo iu i . i uh. vv.....i.M. p.,... r laeveitd widely separated parts ot lfH(trtw UC nuiiuitiuB Awnvi wis- . . " u i . t.wi-wi hu. rn. the oonutrv during the wiuter, aud .:;. ..articularlv hmler the win the doctors are epeculatiuj' alnmt J v. heni trirl'a roiii alons the causes thereot, without coming about midnight,' It will draw a to very satisfactory oonclus.ous r .i. i - ,i..., ...,1-1.,1 niu. In New York tun ilisease lias assu VM swa - It thau a beet bone. . -, "Man wants but little here be lo." Don't jou believe any such rubbish. lie wants all he cau get, and the more' he gets the mote he vvanU. - ' " : ' A iad crawled tuto a sag ir bogs- j "Ob, for a thousand tO0H3.', med a ivculurly uialiguant form, 1 and 100 persons died troui it lust week, while some lueiuU-is of the health department say that the percentage of death train pneu monia iu tb total mortality' has beeu increasing for fory y ears. Cats can not be trusted aa poli tician. They are alwajB ou the Woe. up hi such a manner that It oaunot touch the collar. It not only injures the shoulder but the mane also, which is one ot the beauties of the horse. If the horn of a buck or other animal ia found to be growing In a way not desired, it may be changed bv scraniiiL' with a kuite .ou the side to which it is wished to turn Ha erowth. The scrapiuz dries and hardens the horn, while ou onnosite side irrnwtu con tin without interruption. Snruee butter tuba are tho best ; hemlock makes a sweet tub ; ncids from the oak color the butter aud injure its appearance white ash eivesthe butter a strong flavor if keiit Ions. wii'I increases tlie iiaini- iry to mold ; maple smvlls and cracks badlv. boak all tubs four to six days In brine before using. In his long winter evenings the farmer has opportunity for reading nneaualed by th followers of arty other vocation, aud ir he falls to dnvote a portion ot .that time to increasinir his knowlsdge ofagn culture aud In devising improve menta. he neirlcnta his opitortnuity sud must expects to be left behind hv those who rive more attention to the intellectual part of their vo cation. Cows kept tor dairy purposes for several weeks previous to calving should have rational treatment, neither starved drugged, purged nor bled. They should be dried off at least a month or six weeks before calving. They are generally thin ia flesh at the close of their milking season, and the object of Irvine them oft in that they nuy have time to recover somewhat from their exhausted condition and gain strength tor the future. Farmers should be as careful to secure all the straw grown nKn the farm as If it were the best of bay. According to the best authority it eoutain one fonrth the nutriment ot the best meadow bay, It should all be cut aud fed out except what is seeded for bedding with mill teed, western corn meal and nil meal added in sufficient atiantics to make it equal to hav, and ns mucu uetter as may oe found necessary for feeding farm teams and milch cowg In numbers equal to the supply of s.ra It is a mistaken sonse of kindness to overfeed horses. It- may make them look sleek and handcome, vet it imonirs their genual health ami makes them more liable to iliaetwe and ailments, when boises are regularly worked they should have strong food aud plcti'y of It, dui wbeu seldom or irregularly nscn the food should tie in proportion to the amount, of work, else they will become overfar, Incapable of usual exertion, and cannot be depended upon when necessity requires long drives or hard work of any kind. The wiuter season is a very im portant one in the management of fruit trees. Pruning is especially ImrwiTtant. Some believe that if the foundation of a tree be proiwrly laid in youth there will be no necessity to ornne an adult tree. This does ' not accord w-uli the writer's experience. An intelligent examination, both with the saw and knife in band, should be made every winter. Real good large, Mr. House died of diphtheria at Eosley, Newaygo county, bciug a total stranger to Miss House, yet on her return to consciousness Miss Mouse appeared to be the girl who died at Ensley, claimiug the ue ceased girl's parents ss her parents, and failing to leoogniie her own. She speaks familiarly ol tniugs sne uever saw, Mid calls Dy uatue peo- ' a B pie of wuo u she uever usara. A Vf juian's TliOiisUU AtxMrt Wo Elisabeth Stuarf ft' 'Doctor Jay." a , Doa't jou know there are women that caa't get thronh this valley without wen fblksin some shapeor 'uotberf If there am:t one 'room!, they're as miserable as a paeH:k deprived of o:iey that apia-eci. ates spread feathers. Yu know thekiudl mean; it it ain't a bus band, it's a flirtation ; if ahe can't flirt, ah adores ber minister. I ! ways said I didn't blame 'eat, mi iatera sud doctors and alf-tho-w privileges, for? walklft' rijrt or wemeo's aecks. It tsM? Ia hamsa uature to take the tumble ta tep( on the tUiug tbat is atuler toot, New then t Them are women that love women, Mr. York ; care tor Vm, grieve over 'em, worry about 'em, teel a fellow teeliug add a kind of duty to 'em, and never forget they're-.' one of 'em, aiisery tt,,l an uou nonsense, loo, maybe, if thev H.tUn t better bread to et aua tney rue up tbeir strouz arms tar above our beads, sir, like statues I've read of that lilt up temples, and rr onr. bunleus for love of us. LkkI blcs am If "Doctor sever talks about her cases, a :e aumires ur. reuusuow above all. , He was her preceptor. He's old euough to be well. It would be a young sort of father. but he's well along ; he coaldu't b so famous it he wasn't, nor she- wocldu't feel tbat kind of feeling for him that looking up. He's the only mau I evrt saw the doctor look np to. She ain't like the rest of us ; we wear our npper lids short wttu it. I declare t it seems to mo in course ot generations woman wdnld- n7t have any eyelids i tueya oe what you call nowa days selected have to return there about tne 4ia of next July. At times she seems to be ber own self, also someuoay else besides the person above meu- tinned, hav ui: lately appearea as the deceased wife of a mail liviug I several miles away. Her preseut health ts said to be ierfect. Poultry Hint. Fmvta tnnst drink in cold weather. Give them a cuauce. I.t uoultrv houses face toward tbn south and have a north side. Wood ashes form a good iiurre.lieiit to mix with the saua or lev loam which serves for the dust bath of the hen house. ITnirround irrain should bo fed to inwls nt iifsht. because It is slowly digested, and flit up tho long interval between sunset anu morning better thau sott food. ' Do not try to keep many breeds of towls. You will succeed better ith only one variety, with good attention, than by trying to keep a dozen sorts aud neglect uietn. The soil has much to do In affect In tha stuudin2 aud color or poultry, and it is a point mat is seldom takeu into consideration, tlinnirli Ita itujortanc is conceded v by a tew. Fifty fowls will' make lit their roosting bouse aiotie irom seven huudred to ten huudreil weight per annum ot diy manure, anil poultry manure is richer than guano in ammonia aud fertilizing salts. No other stock will give au equal rc- lurii iu this way. A .French authority gives the following old recipe- for testing the age ot eggs: Dissolve four and a h-ir mirii-na of eomuion salt in a its. I tool alive to call the tallest. Then half the time, she geUoti ber knees to him to make out the difference Ob, I've seen 'em t Down ou ber kuees, and stay there, to mate una think, he' as big as he wauts to be, atld pacify hwn Then another auothcr thing," added Mrs. Butter- well, gently-; "is babies, xou vo got to look dowu to your babies. and t but keeps the balance souie thing liko even." sheltered 1 A Iforta Carolina v eddlng. It was lu the Carolina back woods,, a country coupie ami a on n try parson. When he had tl'iisliad the ceremony, he said: "An' them 'ana who- Uoa have joined'' ' "atop tbrtr, parson " said tlio groom, "dont say then 'mis, say these 'ans! "Johu,' said the tiursoo, "I leclt you at school, aud I say thmn 'uns." "These 'uns," shoatod tne groom. drawing bis pistol. The parson, seeing tie move ment, fired through bia surplice ' and the groom dxopOod dead, wing- tig the parson as be went dowu. There was a lively fusilale of per haps 30 shots. When the smoke cleared away a half rtosen men. were ou the floor. The bride peep-, iug over the pulpit, to which she bad fled for refuge, c-'sed mourn fully ou the scene, and said; "Them a self cocking' pistols tt pUyiu' i with my p(0SecksP A Pretty Girl Shlprawi "C 0.1X" Pbiladelphis Chronicle Bnrald. A remarkable express package . passed tluongh Eoanoke, Virginia, yesterday, ou the 5orfo4k and Wee- . in nhitrrru nf an at7t.uk . . . i IB.. I. JBl 1 1 WBV ... V - K - quari ot water, au ckb, of tu. Southern ExiM-enwt Uoiniuny. this solution. ou tueuayit isihiu beautiful rl, about 19 " I ... .r nA wall ilrrtHBeff . and tiilkd mi tai three days olu will I s , ui,,ia Aiuimmo.. tn K ... .. nr- . I llllill aJl lUins ,inuwiin a- ill sink to the bottom of the ves- i swim iu the liquid, ,hilo one more than three days old will swim ou the surtace. The nroflt from poultry is no lonffer a matter ot itouot, as it uas been proved from facts am wn irom expenenoe aua troiu i tue most n-liable sources, qovenng a penoo. of at least thirty years., owia will not be profitable it they are allowed to ehift fur themselves and live In a state of semi-starvation summer aud winter, nor will they beuetlt the keeper much if be neglects to house them aud to care and- provide for their little wauts. llut to make poultry -keeping a remunerative pursuit. a person must atteud to it, mid look to the well-being At his poultry stock at all seasous ot the year, The Colninbus Index says ; There is a report from Meridian tbat the health v leaves In every part of a ,bed biusili the ltasdalo House lant . j'. c i.,.,.,.t,. oiwt i week organized lu force and attack- these eanuot be bad when branches ed a Bostou Urummer in the still tntia. .m.itu.rino- oua ; watclies of the night, and came Hin I 1' P riTJ aAa iwvi a uiw va. aa. i ... " another. Because he has worked as a heel- near EuioUiug him. When the little short man begged WrVjnilfH) tl" lino rvvi am vv M " . , , . . J , er the shoemakei cat not set him- the big tall womau tor a kiss she Wit np its a doctor. . 1 wieti concur. from Belma. Alabama, to York, with tag marked "U. O. IX 143," fastened with a Wns ribbou around her neck. The young lady was very quiet and . modest tn her demeanor. The first-class passer., fferfare from Swlmato ework ia only 130, but this beiug the first: time she bad oeon sent tar iron home, she elected to go as an ex nress package, thinking that sW could travel more satoly. Her ex press receipt showed that hor value bad been piaceu at j,uw. China possesses the , longest bridge in the world. It is at' La- ' gang, over an armw tuevjnius oea, and is five miles long, built entirely Ot stone, is sevesty feet bigo,wttti a roadway seventv teat wioa, aas 300 srehes. The tKirapet is a bal. nstrade and each of the plllats, which are seventy- Ave feet apart, supports a pedestal on whieli is placed a liou twenty Eve R-et long, Bladeone block of aiavble. Misa Tike, living near Talladega, Ala., sml Kr, Thorns Jlsya were married at 1V o'- Uk-k Tuesday ftighC At 9 o'clock tte same u!;bt she eloped with a yw3 caa t r: :i Racks, one of the guww. :i J Btowb'j Iron BittW,".: t a)M..Va.SVa, 4f '