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.lS Sees By F. K. MATEXS fc CO. VOLUME Ueldelfcer-r & JLBdrr.oii, 1 ATT015KYS-AT-LAW AND EOUCI- TORS IS CHA5CERT. n . Wilt praatiee la prtaral,ip ia lb 3ev mU Judicial diatriet ind8upreuie courts M JaatkstMa. v OCc in SraetB (PaeaageBla), Mim- . rfc. i, ihm. Frd fc Danilt?r. ATTOBNET AJSD COUXSKLLORS-AT-" Jraatlea in the ralie, ef Jerkeun ; , ... .. W. . Erans Jr., -ATTOE5BYATIAW, Will practic la-all tU vautta iu tha Savcata JudiciHl ltrict. , Uflicaalaoat MiaaiaipplCUy,aliiia. -" HuTtaiber Hi, IS. T. W. Braine. ATTOKSHY AT LAW, , ' 'Seranton, ilitt. Will praetie. all tlia rourtaof the tkvautb Judicial Uitttrict, and tha t'etleral a4 Hupfama caurta at tha Btato. llra.14. A. .Thnrbcr. . Dkntist, " OAUa and Realdaoca t PASS CHRISTIAN, MISS. , Calla fr.n auy pni from Xi'ay a, touia to N-rantoa pfuiptlv aunworiil . It. Seal, TTORXERt & COUNSELLOR AT LAW HimMxippi City, Mm. PriM'tieaaiBMlUbvC mrtauf tU8eTnth - iidicial l)iatrict J. B. riaiiKftaa, , , , IENTAL K'KOEOX, Gainesville, Mis. , mpartd todtfttllworkiubiajprori-Miou, uii guafntiti'fa aatinfactiun. Cka. V. illrrriwrihrr, "itlORNliy 4t COLNSKLLOR AT-LAVT, ' ikrmton,' Mist. OUifu Uf(W Hlalackjl hotel. 3 ly SlIltfcMCK 4 Jl. Hmkiumelu- v- Html &'llioiiiffel(i, "ATrOKSKV A. COUNSELORS at LAW . Svranton, Mi.. , Will prftma In all the Court iitJaik jioui ountv, Wiiiitipi. Kuril pn' tJier iH .aotitiuiie'tu pt in-tii i- in hii iiiiliviUuul ru Vtiity iu all tba L'uurta v( tba BfVeutl ' "' ji",'' t . . ijr lif.foort, M . , . ISCRASTON, MISS.. aH.ut,jiital)liiiinl an olllf. on lrliu arr ka'uarnbtru b Biay be I'oiind wbeu wautvtl. WVi Mtteadralla day or uiglit,,ln: or out .,r inwuauil at, Hcuabjire, liming been outiunoualy eii(iHged ill the) prttutiva of madialLia for tweuty-fuiir yearn iu tha dvalh, fi-el conttdoiit of being alila to ri g.lieva alt anil enra many. Mukua iet iul t'ty u ,tr,tiug t.lironio diitc(ieii.' (la in-vitt-a eoiiaiUtiyn .ffn i'im trinl. Or. IU. C, Vsiiiffl.au, J ; , , DENTIST, Mot Tptw, Mint. j Will attend all call along the enuit in ,!tia profemtlon. l'urtiea deairiug tiiNr vtcesrsn wldraiia him at Mona Point. Mira . . II. Wood, 'ATTORNEY St COUNSELLOR AT LAW Moh Point, MiM. ) Practloel In tha Conrta of Jackson, 'Barriaon, Huueock, Perry ar.l Guene. 1 THYSICIAN AJi.3 SUKGEON, p "sj(hnce : Moti roint, Mini. Clreg-;ewart'a drui;tore, AfoBi Point, f 'AVilLjictitfl at Mtm Point, Hcrantou, (ba Saaalior.nd,Y,Icii.lty. '11 calla pramptl.T4t(i)n'ird to. t9 PEARE. IUv'EK a.w.B-ACTSW T f T. r- PR I Mrnxo . . - - ,. .... .... - , - . ' n m . I a, a, WWW. A .7. I " ua a, a.. aajAlJ.1V Prom LooVont Bt atinn on the N. O. and M. Railroad, for Pearlington, Logtown 'and Claineaville, tha fust propeller, isSbtlKIciE FARMER, R. 8. ISOARDMAN, Master. r Make, dally trip, to Peai lington, Log tawn audGuinusvillo, , .v, . f Connoota withthe coast Accommodation .train, morning and evtulii, tnnj, tiUo witu ,tha eaat-bfimd train from New Orleani ily. , . Nov. 84, 1188. PAYHBSPBlNa Tho andeniigned would reapactfaljjt in itorm tha public that aha Is "prepared to aacammodatc boarder,. pear lia , ; Payne Mineral Spffag, ;l teatonable rates. Thia Spritigia hlgli- ly rrcomniendiMl by phyHioiana for the ,nedicitial prapertbii of the water, and many hTe been- retttly beneatod by ita una. The Spring tapear Tbree Rivera, aafcaon conaty, ten mjlaaj north of Maea Point, Par further tofonnatimt, addresa, w MRS. 0. ft, JiABHY, 1 Three RWera, Jackwa county, M ia. v March. U,1S4. . 2-lm A. p. DELMAfl. ,.. " C.II. DELMAS. DELGAO DnOO., Propsietor, of tho. j. Pascagoula I?e 4 rii&btf 'And CrlatMill, And dealer. In CJcntral Jtlf rcliiindhc ". t ,;. , Alao ktpfen of ; I , FIGU . AND SHRIMP. w owo the onty Fctory o tl oat, and em a apply Ice si whoieaale Ma ehehn aa atn- otW ftonw. . an, K i. ;,) REGULAR TERMS. - .J l 'Mil, ' J Circuit CourSevnUv District.' aAkrict h.'trhral, Clark. Maaty. in, MaBly ta reamary aa4 Aamut. Mauaaui wWIt ' Kmpv. cwiaty. In, MmUy ia Vrck tui V,' Imkw. mrtuuilac twWV. 4 I Mlr.iji (muty, am- MuaaUy la ty aaa Jiaawy, MMaaxtg. tawtji kMif jiUirW aa). at W.vwAHiniv. SrMilMMUyria Aartia4(K't Wr. MMniAuiH, mi aya. ' tirmw nmmy, wnisa ifumimj fat A aril P)4 Oe tahfr. iMimUi( l d.va. 1 " rVrrv ioty M(kta Mwaay afUr taira Manaay m A pi t! (Vlalw. II wkia Mtv. Milk ataaay aA tatr4 Meaoay la AtmluaU hMr. Mmkw4 (oauty. luarth UimmUt ihu IUr4 Ma.y la April aa4 Uctokw, Mattaaiaf twaira Jv k ' liamfck-mt?; Mpim Moaa.y aAw taint UuMa) la Ajrnl aiui Urw.ber, . euotia.ti, tw.W Jarkiwa rna.tT, third Umlay af AarO tad M Wr, Maliaaiaf Iwimt. 4.;a .1 .. a hi -u i Chancery Court -Sevonth Dist. ,.fc:S,TA3tr-aJJTASS,,Chaalk. - JL)nAgcimtf, M MMOayaf Uarek o -. trmlw. nmciiluiiif lt U.T.. llNtlwia mi in Hnml IfiaiiUy la Kuta aad KrptMA, rntiuQuiK ix d.va, Ilawwlt ifmnfv, ihml tamtay la Mjuvi aa4 8rpl.aibrr, ciwlluula, mi days. r.iffp,.unv. Miiid klunday Afrit ladOc toWommi alt it.,. - Man An t,.uutv. luanlt UomUiy ia Marck aa4 Rnatmbef, mntmauic lt 4.v. I'mtv nwatv, an Murnliv W ta. tmrlh Mam ar la tlarrk mmi SvptvRibvr, oitiiiumi iii iUv. W.yMmunty, jBr(ll MAf arm Ih tourt S MimUyut linrrk aajl Koutcuilirr m(iuiUiaMi aavfc . s rUrk. foonty. It iluaday la May aaa K.veai Wr, cmtmiiuiu mil Hay.. LaulinJal ruaatT, thin) Itaaday f May and Noivmbp, mmtlaniBK twelvatlar.. Knatwr mnnty. aarwul Mmtlay la May aaa Ka TvmWr. eiaittnttiiil ail Uava. ktimtklyTalai' i'ltanevry Cirart oa avnmd kfua aay la Mak awatk. . Official Director Jackion Oountj. Oi rk of th Cna-.Waltr II. Draay. Hh.riff-Johi. E. ( lark. Tmiaunir H. It Tbompwitt. BunnyorJ-E. W. Murrill. , ' AawMiir'A. A. VautElin Co. eupt. Pub. k-l)r. H I. Iliwn. m -v I'rt-tuhliiB Appointment. MTlHODIn-T. H. T. J J. Lurrtt. paaturi( th. Urrtiailliit thonk rVntk. will pn-wk at Srraubm. a. Mkiwaf: erHul Kiimttryr. 1 .rkick a.., u4 berth uu4.taal l a.ar ana 1 p.m. IiiitbcraN. 4 Rrr. Fmlrrkk NmIimrb, paatur of M. rani', l.elhma I'bank. will prnxii al M. Paula, mi Uuuk ba.viia. .very tsakkatk at 10 a ckx k aai. ia . Poirtulaece Hours. Th rullvwliif am tk. pnatufllc amifa ut th. arraaUin iHMtiwHi. t Itpra fruin 7 .'elutk am. to I p.m. rota lo'ijknk p. hi. Is t p ai. - i" Sunday Dttlr. opca half aa hour kfftir. awl after depart uraof uiail traitia. 'bTATE DIRECTORY. Oovernor Robert Lon'ry LienteiiHiit-Onvernor-a-d. 1. 8li finds. Treasurer W. L. Hemingway. Secretary ot State II. C. Myers Auditor S. Owin.1 V - . Attornoy-Oeneral T. C. CtrKlHtigii. ' Snp't of Education J. A. Smith. Librarian Mra, M. Moraney. Bup't Penitentiary 'Rj, J. M QnUton. Sup't Inwiiie JIyIiimiirT.. Mitchell. Sun't Deaf and Dumb Institute R. Dovbina. Snp't Blind Institute Dr. W. 8. Lang- ley. Revenue Agent Wirt Aduma, Land CoinmitU.inf-II. D. Cnuicron. l-I'Mi:m coritT. Chief Jastice J. A. P. Campbell, i Aasooiatfl Justice, II, II. Chulnier, Tim E. Cooper. Clerk Oliver Clifton. , BAliltlOAD COMMISStONKK. -j, JuliuM. Stane, president! W. It. An- guslv. W. A, McWillie, member, ; C. C. Campbell, olerk. MO84 POINT rl After a veriinesful' Full SeMion1! WINTER TEEn WILL OPEN l . Monday, December 10, '83 instead of DcceriSW IT, aa hereto fore advertised -Christinas holiday, troru Vlrt of.December to Jannary 7), with the following '" V . " FAtTWXtt WILLIS R. HALL, Principal, ANN D.KOOER. MATILDA OUSTAF80N, ' . ,.R. WN40f,nsreljeparWt.. It isof great importance that all eohal are who expect ia attend school be pvos rwton the iirst dayv . e. f ' . THQte ore five grades or tlepai tmentB in the-aAhiKil, as follows: Itiniat-jt, incladiug first reader nnd enuivikiauw, i per nionni. v , .Jluteruiediiite, Including second and third readers, fx per montn. 4 CoB Dion English, Includes third and fourth .rnadera, tf.8. lir,(xiy,-arithmetic, geography, and eivll government, 3 per wontD.x L - .ti ' ,. Nigher English ..and. Muttiematics, in ,o1udes ulgcbra,'4tuwlry, botany, toologyi pMloaophy chemistry and rhetoric,) I CO per month. -Aw '. ,- :.!! Classical, includes unc'tent and ,,iodcrn langnnges and. their elivalonts, HM: . T.iiitUm payable at end uf each manth. The patronage, asaistanco aanl co-opera-4bn of every.citiaen fs aoljvited and re quested, i Persons at a diatanoe will find it to their,, advantage b patrouize this acJiaoL ' Board can be had near by at rcrtHfnublo rate. ' -n'.-.v "' . . tH ,' Kor furthf i 'particulars address A. Blu mef or the uuderfigned, . , ' E. V. GRIFFIN, President. , ,1 ,, - Moss Point, Miss, f Decluber'7.18tiX sep'.l-89-tf Bank, Academy TOR ( k. r. Kreijs, jlajiagert Kcranton and, Pf scaoiiiV. Alss. :.' ' . Willdeaiht FOREIGN A DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, iJollect Draita, Biiia, Aceounta, and do all description of Banking business, BHIP AND INSURANCE BROKERAGE jmt. 5, wi; ... ii-ry GOOD ECJUrXP MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1884. . ,, , Footing, say darling, beeiMM it raias. A ad the Sowars droop ard the rata U falliB-, Aad drops are blurring U window BAHieSt .k And Bioaaieg wind tkroogk the lane ta catling, ' . Crying, aad wishing the aky waa cktar, . And roaee again ea Mra lattit twtoiug. Ah, well, riueojb.f, say fuolUb dear, - "Xia sy to lank wbea the aes h shiumg?' When the world la bright and fair ami : ey . And glad bird aing in weaehea,. the fair June Aad ,r i, gatheriug. night and Jay. Wh. V' araa answer the aky above, And ImgH stars follow the day's de clining, Why, then, 'tie ne merit to smile, any lovat ,m. m ''Tie easy to laugh when the tun ia shining! . i' - t. a, But tkii is the time the heart to teat, . When winter ia here and storm, bowling, A(id the earth from mider her Jjomh vet Looks np.st the sad aky, mule and ' scowling"!- - The brave little spirit should rise U meet The season's gloom aud the day'a re pining : . . ...-. v. And la the time to be glad ; foraweet, " Tie easy to langh when the tun Is slioing "' . - UNCLE JOSHUA'S ADTICE. Kcuten Brown was in blnck eyed Kitte Perkini love Willi there is doubt ubout it. , ,,. , Kittie was tli prettlcft ntiti et tbeiuinie tiiuo tbe most ooqtiettioli gill iu Swnnto, nnd, wotuun-likf, was pliiyinjf "last hiuI Uoso" with poor Itt-iiben. . Heubeii had never oix-nlv avow I'd,, bin . flection, (IioukIi it was rapidly . becoming "soulfully iu tense'' wben, after t pnitUjuUirlj' oxaspentting intenivw with Kittk, be renolveti U biy bare his boart to bidokl Uncle iJosbuu, aud sueli tbe latur'a uilvice. Uncle Joshua was, iu lact, bis ncarent rt-Utiye, mid JivoiL only a iliott dintaiiuti trow where Reuben whs cniployeil. , JJeuboti bad done many littlo kiudncrises for tbe old uihii who, in return, felt almost a faiber'a interest, i.i bU witltnce.aud- happiness j so Ken ben felr, when be went to consult bitu concerning bis lendresse, that bU advice, would, IhougU fouiing front one who might be stiMiocKMl .to have" torgotten ull about thw gemlevpas- ij qo eiHcere and thoughtful. -Utli this conclusioti, Keubeu, ft ith a .very "beat I liuuLTy" fcelluir tho.iiuHiediats result of tbe above mentioned iuterview With Kiltie wended liia .way slowly op to the littlo red bouso where tbe old man lived. Tbe last aiut ti aces ot tbe situs glory, were, rapiuiy lauint! uway iu tbe horizon, the bright stars were just commencing to twinkle merrily, and all tun ar held "a Hulnni stlucus,'' fs if LwuUlug for night to draw more closely ''bcr sable mantle." At such times, it ever, the hu man heart turua to thoughts of love I nnd Bettben's, alreadx tn ru ed in that direction, waevHctiirUj filled to oveflowiog with tbe geutle emotion . . Could lie have done so, he wouldy without doubt, have woven the most "woetui Dauaas' to the fair Kittie's eyebrows but lie- was no poet so no simply yearned. v . -.; As Keuben came up to t tie souse he found Uncle Josh, as be usually ealted, Wm,, sealed qu Ihe stoop. Ilis chair was tila-d buck : bis ven erable head fringed with gray scautv locks and bared to tbe ever liing breeze , and, iiko tho ill futf d 8kipperi0 Uesierus, "his pipe was in.liis mdutb." , Wal. ltSBben," he sain, as peer- Ing through tbe deepening twilight, he discovered .the Jove-sick, youth approaching, 'ibaow de dpt. come right np and set down. Any thiu' newf' i .i -v ''Nothing ranch," repliexi Reuben, mechanically puLiiii? , Bit a rude chair bottomed with str,ipa.of raw. hide, aud seating himself near by.. A' lV . . . "You nm't nearea, notum- aDoac ,the old brindle (rrhat sttayed, bev ye r asked t(io wa roan, anusiyi "HQS rennoa iwnoen, srowiy, "i came Oil quite, a uiuereuv enauu. Tlie fact Is ancle,. I I (I mlgb,t ' . ,-M L 1 sfelj, tell U,) I'iu: iu.,iove .audi came. ip asic your, auy icsuogi, iw i-'WalaaovT, yoa uont sayr said tbe old grange. oi)d)uraing np bis lips, he attereu a long, low whistle. ,ii ' ",'-..' For a few moments he remained silent, a far-o$ look In his. aged eyes, aa if tbe revelation recalled old, almost ..lorgotten memories, and then he said, turning toward Reubenr and drawing hia, chair a Httie-flearer to him, "Wul, tell the old man all about it thar ain't notbiu' to , eommonce , with, tbet does bo aoh oo4 aa to leti U WILI AND PEOSPEEITT aout." Bo learner back ia hia chair asaln: hebseaed while Rea- hbea tolik, the "old, old stwy' how ids eiiiig aaa gradually oomaup-, oa hi in that he loved Kittie vfth sn ail kvbaorbiog passtoo (or wotxht te-4haa tflcot) j buHW he talro 4u the (KHisbiue ef her smiles (fste day, and was by hr coldness plunged Hito the very Mjjbtby of despair" tWifext; he was bsetwicb rears hut she liked Bill) Bkiifwii better thaa ehe-diel biia : ho hewaa afrsfld.t if be-asked her, tha ahe wonld-sry no that he irassareifsbe did, tt would kill htm, etc. etc. - The old wan listened attentively wuo, ot whatever ago, ever Ialle to take aoine interest la the "oft- K - J, nd ' when the young man had fiwoltet! he took hia pipe trotn his month, coughed ouce or twice, and delivered, himself of these memorable word:" "" "Juiuby, -ute boy, you've got it bnd-Mhere ain't Jon bt on it and III tell you a secret' what no body ain't Learn for nigh outer Mtyeyear." lietii the eld maw's voice crew a t little husky, and 'lie'lilow his nose iheroehy with a large, red bandker- chief wBUih Jwi ttauat from bis fore hesM tor tlifimrpo. "Avotueii is queer cretus, I loved one ouet, and onct ouly,and rmjiiKt es suraea I be that I'ia seUiw ber that I lost ber by lev iitt'cf her aoo' uiucb.ain' lettin'-trer know it too norm. That wus my exMrieuce, an' I her seen stacks of like cases setice. '"Walj ea V was sajiugy just to soon ra a woman fowls she- hen a man, heart and soul, lest so soon she haiut no use fur him ; she be-gitis-te-sigh, ei the old primer says, tnr 'M'cw"worltfeej HsiMjtr. .What she can have sbs don't "waa an' what she cau't - have sho wants worse kind. "It's what schooled people calls the auertainiibte that everybody's arter, socially womtu folks. You never want to set too much. store by1 uotbUi'.j for If yeu tlo you'll be most sure to Ioeo it. Strnggle to hide your teeliu's all you ken, wuetuer yer unutin . tor 'at sweet heart, a wife or caow I ' In the case in pint, do your level best to imilio the gal think yon duu't set much store by her.'Dou'k let oil liow much you be with her, and don't on no accoitut say tiotbing about love, leastwise, not at pren ewt, for Utt iiinute.you. dorez the lawyers any, you weaken your ease. You don't wane to show yer baud till-yer dead sure you've wou the gajrtf . Xuit dan'6 want to compli eats yeeeelt, ox aieak, till yer mwliirV. the girl los ye Efahe dout' love yer ye'd better be in yer grave than many her, and if she does, she'll let yer know afor very long sure ez I'm setting here." So saying, ,tbei old .man wiped his forehead with tlie-bi j rut imub :trercLiet, relighted bis pipe, push ed down the burning tobacco with his thorny thutul) and relapsed into silence. ' From what humble sources words of wisitom sometimes spring ! Much comforted, wteu be Siruntered slow ly homeward, bis' pathway lrgbted by the bright summer .moon which lutd just come over tbe bill, filling tho . little vulley with ita mellow light. His heart was much lighter thuti when be trod that path betore, tor be bad nuburdoned it, and be felt that Uuclo Josk waa cight. " So the very next evening be took! 4retty Folly Baker "buggy riding," and the fullowiug Sunday ereniug wenfcV'to meetiu'rV with tier. ,.lle did not eveu pass Kittie's bouse for four whole days! Lie oame vey .near weakeviu the'' second eVeniiig, bat finally-jHb great difficulty mnfetered himself. What waa the result t. WbyKhrn he did go byf,jiwiilyi week later. Kittie, who bad, tot course, iumra. all about what bad, takeu -huje, jwalkedrflowD to the gate and, with one of ber sweetest , smiles, asked where be had 'been for-ench- a long time, lie answefetl, "Kowbete to speak off" aud then she smiled so sweetly, and looked at hitu with such geutle reproach ..that he was almost tempted to souse her in his arms avxl declared hia love then and there but be, .recalled .Uncle Josh's advice in time and tempor ized., ii- , i- Kittie could not -stand it long, however, and before another moou bad. none. an gone lleuboa was her aoceptedlover. - The days had beftan to: lengthen a little when they were,' made ue : and Uncle Josh hiioiied up tbe eld mare and drove djwn to the Uttle house whiehi Rottbou bad) bought, to witness, the ceremony. He was Uired ia, a. ibrau uewtauit of home- SpantrUia pair twioseu awu iu most remarkahlO' maneer, and his neck encircled W a ., broad, white stock. lie -looked, uncomfortable., but nevorlests,. (if such -an aaoma lous ooudltlon- ot; aflaira may be snpposed to exist), aud kissed the bride with mnnh warmth at the flrat nnnortnnitv. .. "lieiibe.ii,'' he said, as soph aa he bad hia nephew alone for a mo - - - I I ' J.r TO ALL MANKIND.'1 ushe does look- nncommen mark my -w ord, tlou'llro to sfiowiu' of bar too much affection if you do you'll be soiry for it. Bout be'afrahl to-htw bar t Tittle sometimes; it makes au agreeable change, ab'll do ber good. You can't tie "aothins scurcelv with women, not children, nor 'dogs,- nor notblo'. with,. tw B,nch affection. aoui neverrorget it a . ' I KeubenK only answer was, '411 try." But he did not look as if he ihowgut be wouhw' succeed verv well how eould lie be eineeted to. on ms weuiimg tiuy i For the Deaocrai-8tar. Alia aud l'ur.Kwo - Tltiucs Rivim, Mite., April 10; l-t It ia sad to coutemplate an aim less aud pnrposelesa existence. Golden youth gliding by, hastening by, wasting precious opportunities no aim, uo object iii view. Just like a ship under full sail and well mauoed, but no -rudder ; ouly drift ing no harbor iu view, going with, the tide; or perhaps with rudder in good working order, but no port in view, only sailing yotj know uot whety .. Have an aim iu Ufe, and a noble one. Aim high. isshI you'll kbit .SavnuUiLiig . above your level. f Ave f oua student t , Be not aatis- fled to geX lircugb your studies. or recitations withoua ccttsurefront your teacher, but study hard to ac quit yourself with honor. He not content to creev ntong en the letek but walk, yea ruu even up' the rug--god hilt where honor siiteth at the lak. Are you a mechanic! it so learn your trade well, not content ing yourself with beimt un average workman, but to become master of your urt, always bearing tu mind the adayevMrat i worth d6iug at alp ia worth doiug well. Strive to Mie a lcaderi uot a follower. Jj'irat have-au b)eetiJ and then LdJot zealously to aecomprtaliyoilr 'Oblectr. 'l iiwinm iiiTuii riia ni.irKir ii . WtS. t . awer. e, .T success is sure to follow earnest uiMjeusinsf toil i Life ia a rftce, and miiny are on me course, lou must either run or bo. trodden tinder foof. Tbe laultfcude is moViirg on ; you inus; not look behind or defeat is cer tain. Load oil in the train and you will gain the crown at the end. Those who delay will never reach the object .but at- tasty ueauer nave a uouie object in view, and then, with all your might press forward until you reach it, and it is yours. Yida. A Political Ch ristian. ' i. - N. V. Observer. ' While at Washington about twenty years ago, aud the truest of Iha'pielileUt, 1 hatl oeotiMiou to observe-bis practice of assembling nis uoiisoiioui lor huiiiiy worshtn. Thinking that it would) gnatifV ev4 er.v Ultitistiar, in tin world to kiiewj the' fact, and that the example' would be salutary, I made a para graph letlH-oiis it, aud nnblished it iu the Observer. A subtcriber ki Hwrtford. Conn., wrote at ouce to this effects 14 1 have always had l wuya nlU perfect coufldonee in tn tate- uientsot the New York Observer, but I do not believe - prays iu hiev familv on unvwhera nsmi and no i mi iter that says bo- does shall come iUside oShiTlioaei'' - And so this good Christian, be cause he hated tbe presideut, would hot tolerate a paper that said, "Be- uuid, lie I rayeiu,' 1 could multiiny These examples,, but L confess -that notbtug lir tbe Hue of uurcasouabluHS and all nn- oharitableness has. ever exceeded that of the Hartford irolitlcal Chris tian. . Observe, 1 do not cell him a Christian politician, I-do not so re gard him. irHe wasrf a political Christian)' ami Jt was gall and woriHwood'to bim to be teld that the man .whom be opposed in poli ties was a praying man., e r - tt you VsUohrd. ask mo, ' Cow delletlktbeJove of God fn such a wan r I should reply, I give it np.' Says a doctor ot Vertlt The drinking ot alcoholic be veftigiw Ma a' necessary evil, and ia aot Hkely ever to-bfrHliscoiitiuued. It is like eholera, the plague cfwar 0ne of the. wise rdispeiisattoua of vrrovi dence for preventing an undue in crease of mankind." I.trreaerve any equilibrium n-1 der all-'CircDjnsUnoee,'? she waa heard to asy, kk a pause ot the aiusio, to thO' tow beaded youth who was her 'escort. Dv yea !" he answered softly, J'rtrTtkernans hers.9 Thea thea.sic rosounded. .. - aaaj.,, jV -i i A story is told of a small Aber deen child, who was asked by a Sunday school teacher "What did the Israelites do after they erod the Bed aoV The answet wai 1 - 1 "I , don't - know, mivVru ; 1 they dried themselves." perhaps Terms Two MARINE MATTERS. Meeting ef Ship Island Pilot Commission .ier Sqby Iriterestisg Question Defer 'Minec SrJement of Marine Disputes Criticisms, ttc , . J. A eorrupoatJeat of the New Or- kMfeS., writing. Irom lMloxaa" "ow wca" tUa . . . , , . . . . .Tttrrfl 'dt'hta conversation in this under dae ot the 1st, ha tbe fol lowiog-of interest to our readers : A'tncethiir of the Shit) fRfantlVl- tot eomoulsafenefrr 'was held here to-day. at 'which some rinestiotiS of siecial iuterest'nfarlne and har bor men were considered. . " One of-these was the Wttrement of a eoutforerst between twe" of the Ship isl&ud pilots, Messrs. Be landi and James. The facta on which tbe dispute waa based are aa' ItMows: Ai vessel was discerned U tbe oftiug which proved to be the Brit ish.' ship Superior, She was first seen, aa It eeem by Capt, Harry James, who at once made sail in bia schooner to meet her. On the wayouff boweVef,,bis'8krft of smhll fSbat got adrift by some means or other. The loss nf tbe boat was not observed uutil tbe schooner had proceeded several airlett-heu it was disoDveiwd-tbHf the bout was missing, t'apt- Jauies put about to recover her.. Soeiug this, Capt. Bellandi, who was somo Uirtatice asteru of Juoies, hurriedly got ahead ot biui- and put otB in lii owu' boat lor the stop. It -is said that betaegieeted to hail her, but a line waa thrown out to biu from the ship, which, however, be (ailed to i'9cb,br at leftst bold on to," aud did not sftcceedin boardiirg tier. Meantime CaitJiiurcswhcT was close at baud, bailed the ship, ask ed If a pilot was wanted, and on be ing answered iu the affirmative, rau alongside iu his schooner, sprung aboard tho ship, took, charge of the deck and brought Iimp lit til tlia hiiklmr . ICurl&iull cluimetHbe pil(jtnge,on the gtouud rV.V "ITl. "":". .'l.l wi UMallllt WW U UIOV UIUUUDIUO WlIU i . . . . - ... . w " hiimered ouly by accident from be- Aug first eti board.'" Oh the- ether side"1 it was contended, not only mat James was actually Erst cn board, but the first to bail the ship, as required by the regulations, and that tho crtpuiiu at tho ship, in baviug a line thrown lo Bellandi, bad no official knowledge of'Mm as a pilot. This view ot the case was sustaiued by the evidence of the captain of. the Superior. Nev ertheless tho coirMnissiooers de cided the case iu favor of Bellandi, taKing ma ground, lie- it seems, that the failure to hail waa imipa terial. Another contested case was be tween one of the parties to the for mer (Bellandi) and another pilot. Capt. Ably, under the- rl that gives any pilot wtio bring A 'vessel into port tbe'optiotf ot taking her out, if be wishes. Another regula tion requires tbe vessel to Sail to give at least twenty-four houfV no tice by- tbe dismay of the proper Hag. " At the expiration of this e- riod ot twenty-four hours the pilot entitled to tireferanc forfeits Iris right it he bus not Irfhde.his appear- pance in the ineHinrtme aud is not l u. tai . r .i... , . I ' Z '.TZ. "n" l?! tbiacasa Abley bad broughf fife vessel iu. When ready to co to sea, she displayed the proper flag m tbe morning or a certain day. Iu the cdhirse ot the same day, how ever, Abley not triwiitg yet atiM3ar ed, Bl-IHindi Kp)rot;fied the vessel and offered his services, which were accepted, tlud he took her out to sea. Abley vlaimed the pilotage oif " tho? gromid that the time for giving the requisite notice had not expired, and bis light to tfio ship had hot been forfeited. 'In this cose the tommissionGr9''"rV!eusod themselves, declining to render any decisioujOtt the 'ground 'tha1j they bad 'Yio jurisdiction ' iii' the matter. 11 The action of . the commissioners ih both the8e"casea has been se verely criticised, and seems to give dissatisfaction to mos ot the ex pert iii i' such nutter,' who' were present at ths' trial. Your corres ixrtidciit does not feel competent to take any part in the controversy, but HJerelywgives wu tbe facts,' nd stated by those who beard the evi detice. ti-'' ' -?" " Another quostfoiisise, od which there seems to be wmfl. difference of opinion. This was an 'applica tion foi la iiceii8e'aa uilotwhloii was refused Otr ' the trrouiul' that there wernfready enough -of them Ui commi88ton rortheeeda of the port, ' tsoiieeontend that thW re tuaur'waa aftra tires on the parf tbe couimissioners that they ball no discretion in thu matter . 'hnt were bound to order an examina tioniot the applicant, and in case of bus D.UIC33 to lsaotfa-ifeense. - A Family drama entitled u Abti- ham" would take well.-1 Most every otia wmtm nm to srt om maa AD ham bugging his hooiely servant Hagar iu the kitcbtn, while the-old woman woo id be outraarketing. Dollart per Year in Advanoe NUMBER .7. ot Obi. Oeoeral Job B. Gordon, ia hia recent interview with TilJen, drew biro out aato tbe: possible candi dates tor, tbe presidency. General Gordon eayet- - ' connection farther than to give you ,1.. i : i-iv ' v i aun niii'iTiDeiuu ici. Miurj wj aniUU. Hia opto ion evideutly tended to one oiur, tliehhholate necessity of eilrrying N'-Yor1r. it tbe demo cratlo party ffoped wr tuccess. Ae to wW couW efrry Jiew York, he expressed a "good deal bf doubt, uieutioning Mr. Itandall, Governor Cleveland,. Mr. Flower, Senator Hay artl aud Mr. Tayne. His cen- era remat k was that eyv were all gwMi meu anu iuat any ot mem would be satisfactory t6 him. But tbe sum aud enbstauoQ of hia talk conviuced me tbatiie was clearly of, the opinion that If Mr. Fame could be induced to accept the nomina tion ue would be me strongest can didate thu democracy could select. lie was, however, very ompbatio in expressing- - tor betlW'ltntttMr.' 1'ny.ne would not consent to rut. But "befcild that Mr. Favne'a rec-. ord iu public life waa so pure, that he commanded so entirely tbe con fidence of the1 busfneai imblic. without which element tbe party' could uot hope for au?6ew, that, in Dis itrtigureuf, tue: Nonstor-eicct irour Otid could certainlv enrfr New York' and secure tbe trinmtlli ot the democratic patty iu the com lax nationul electiou. ta tut au i,e) . Aniendlnff the Lord's Prayer..' Arkunsaw Traveler. 1 t Old man Saul Kelleton was doubtless one ot the most ardent legislators known to the history of Arkausaw. Every bill introduce! by tv well dressed nina bo lookeM ou wtth stattpioiott, hod uever failed to Bnggbst au umenilnieiit. Una morning after a ufght's carousal, bo entered the reeislutive hall just as the chaplain was asking divitieaid. The clrin took a chew of tobae- -' co aud listened atteiltively until the chapluin elbsed hia jvetitiuti with nil effective recitation of the Lord's prayer. ' ".Ir. tspenker," smd the old man. arising,."! move to Strike out the Words 'daily bftad,' and insorf'as iiMich biead as may be fdund ueoes- Siti y for twenty iliy'a.? ' We have al ready done enough for the flood suflerers.'' t)r. trug'ttne Deaprea, the distin guished French surgeon, 'freV thinker and republican, baa writ ten a letter In bis capacity as sur geon of the hospital De La Chariter strdngly denonnciug the exclusion, of Sisters of Charity from hos pitals. He declares lay nursesloiss- efficient tbrfu Sisters of Charity. The "exclusion of tbe Sisteis, ho says is contrary to the interests ot tlie poor, ii ieva despotism mortj iHlioua than "the worst ot mod archiesraud may eventually com promise tbe republic. t....4 He is a ycung doctor and she h a Vassar graduate. Last Thursday HivquHyr he said to bert "Ho yoit ' kuow, uchi usrve iiear auec tiou for yoa V "Have you had it lung V she coyly inquired. "Ob, yes ; I feel that I will liver troubled lite without you," be rortcntlv res ponded. "Then' yon bad belter asthma," she1' softly mo unit rod. Then be bugged be? so hard that be had to reset bor collar-bone. ItcA'fvaliBts' Moody and Sankej are holding a series of meetings "for men- only" in some rouirli buildings in the rear of the Midland Orahd" Hotel, in London. Vast (fcowai hover Aronad tbe bnildingsY htt ratted by the sound of exhorta,- tiort withiu: Some go to scoff and some to pray, but all are kept th excellent order by long files ot stair wart poiicemeor1 Texas hail a cattle naaen beside a ber numerous cattle kings. She iA the wife of an ex-Methodist preach er 'named Borers, and lives iu Ne vices, Jcounty, where she own A. and .rrtana'ges a ranch of 40,00f neaa ojcattio, wnue uer ntrsoand attends to his duties aa a member of the State legislature. ;-A i', ef-i i' '' Frince Bismarck is no admirer ef eloquence. "It is with these elo quent Gentlemen." be says, "at wtth ladies' who nave small feet They wear boots which are mux1' too tight, and 'always tay to abo" their feet: f3o, If anybody baa tin mlsfortuue' to be eloquent,1 hirt speeehes are too bug and too fie queut.M J .V " a, aw a-.'' ' - ' ' A number 'of prominent, whit' rcobttes.r!S ef Oer;i wet r ly' at Atlarttn, Hud laid the tjundt ., tlmi tur whiit tliev uwnow to ca', the Whig party of 1381.