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. VOLUME 41. " - lW ADV . UftooSi & ". THE CHEAP v DRY GOODS MD; u. mmnvod 3 doura above their HO . Look at the wonderful reductions made since our removal : ISO pairs 7.r)C wool grey blankets now t 50o per pair 1..0 pair 75 wool 1.85 white bluiikets 10-4 now at 2f0 bed comforts reiluced trom 7. io uuc 50 pain 11- all wool vamoruiu wnno .iiiuiaai. " t 100 pairs 10-4 wool white blaukets were $3.50 beforeour removal nowat $2.50 pr pair 100 nieces nice solt sea islmid domestic at 4c per yard. 100 pieces bleached domestic warrauted oo dressiug yd wide at 4 aud 5c per yd. 100 pieces best roiud thread Georgia homespuns at 5c per yard. 60 pieces all wool filled Cushiuieres all colors and blnck 36 mches wide at 100 pieces siugle width Cushimeres all colon nt5o per yd. 100 pieces wool plaids new stylos Hsuully sold at I'H now at 7o per yd. 5 cases lull 10-4 best brown sheeting at 15c per yd. 5 cases full 10-4 best brown bleached sheeting at 15c per yd. 100 pieces best Simpson mourning colicos at 5c per yard. 100 pieces best staudard calieoe worth 7 and So now at 4 and 5o per yard. t$50 piecei fiodman'iall wool Doeskin Jeans, lwy told at 50c per yard now put down it 25c per yd. This Is the biggest drive ever offered in this City. gjp- 50 pes 15c Ky kant slightly damaged at 7c pr yd. Just think 20c for pr Ptnts fcj, 50 piece of 20c Kentucky Jean at 10c yet yd tlightly damaged. Only 10 fncee't bft of vur 40o vool Josimere at U5c per yard. 35 pieces warrauted all wool Red Flanuel at l'-Jc per yd. HO pieces grey wool twilled flaumtl at He per yard 10 pirces entia W avy ail irou. white Khaker flannel at 2.".o per yd. 10 nieces geuuitusiJilbortS 7-8 white Oniinel 9 pieces cclobritted F & C red twilled tlunuel at iioc iter. vara. r oc v. icu t i j i . vi uuiiu.il m i .. - 1 out. Tbey are (roods tliat are soll;ail)over this place iitsOo pr ticking at so per yard. ! pes 25 fo ..Lor ticking at 120, lautoti nnntiel al 5c per yard. - . - - 1 -t 1.1 I... .1..... kit fob lot wn closed out. 50 pieces heavy moss ti l(PO pieces kona no uaiiioii nniiuei or i"-r jhu. ..... r :. i i .i....,Uu.,. -b4 iiili.. wiilntit fwt iur vii . Never sold less than He. SfiO pieces heavy Georgia llouiemiuus round thread at 5e. Never sold less than re. IM 11-4 white spre-sds at 75e each. 50 pieces oo crush for toweling reduced to 4c yd. 6 pieces double widih waterproof It yards wide at 50c per yard. , ? 100 IIOZVEM ALL WOOL UEItFLASSEL SHIRTS ASU UltA HERS AT be EA C or JOc FOR THE S 11 1 100 VOZ G EX TS M Ell ISO S II lit TS a t 'We. SOU dozen gents full regular ina.le French Ituibrigan socks at 10c pertpnir. This is a sock thui;iiiisliecn scdil as cheap lit HOc. We now oiler them at lOo. lOOdozeii cents wool socks at 10c per piiir. Never sold less thau iOc. liKl don'U (jeuts socks in colored, striped and unbleached at 5c per pair. 100 doren mifses full regular uiade hose iu dark colors at 10c per pair. f,0 doz lireaklust shawls at 10c each. 50 gross ivory collar buttons at 5o per doleil. gross pearl cull tmttnusut 5c per pair. gross'iOc uieialdross biittuos all colors ut 5e per dozen. This is a bigtdiive as prettj as any t"ie inut.il button ever sold. V-.n dozen genuine Alexni.ders 1 kid gl ves all sizes and colors ul 50u per pair. 1110 dozen Indies full regular made Il.ilhrig'iu hose at. 15e per pair. 000 dozen rick rack Inuids one uninlx r only at 3c per dozuu. Ke.id 111 is. S fliie-loiith couih and I coaj-se-tootli coiuliaiid 1 good hair brush all for 20c 100 dozen Ix sl. toilet soap, 3 cukes n rally done up ill box with one wash rug foriuc. SV aro rlusing out our over tm:W of geuiuue Lousdulo Uouio.iUc uovor sold less than 10c for e er yard by the bolt only. 1 lots gents stuiidiug collars pure linen odd sizes at Vc eacu. 100 dozen gents pine 1 uen 4 ply slniidiug and turu dowu col'srs at 5 and 6c each. Haiue collur as you two paying We for. 100 doz gems $1 unliiuiMliied while uliii lslt ply linen boennis, cufls and collars 50c eseh 3 papers best'lCngliKli pins bookfold with 1 row black pins iu each book for 5c ench. 15 papers best Kuglmh hiiirpius for Ui. 1 gross Oust ot pearl uress buttons tor lUc. li doz dress lliiua buttons for 5o. 100 doz 1 ulies pure linen heiiiued bdkfs at 5c each 00 do indies licirbned colored border bdkfs ut Vc each. I . .. . ... l ,;r..l V... . .wv. ..1. luilies lienwied colored border bdkfs ut Vc each. few more lrf' ot those beuutifnl uickle plntiMl hand-bags at iWo each, me duty aud'don't.iiiiiid the rush as we are always rushed. t'ojiie Removed to 119 Dauphin October 33. 18ft SCRAXTON. WM. rilHlM, W. M. CAITT. Parham & Canty, SCBAWTOS, K1S3. This is to inform the citizeus of Serau ton and vicinity that we have rentwl the store formerly occupied by V. A. Dawson, on Krebs avenue, north side Kailroad, which we will keep well-Hl'ed with a good assortment of ry Qccds, "fJOTIOXSQ GROCERIKS, TINWARE, CKOt'KLKY, CANNED GOODS, TOBACCO. CIGARS, Etc.,' all of which will be sold at the lowest figures for tbs Cash, (live as a trial I PARHAM &. CANTY. September !8, 1SH5. i-lj CHEAP CASHSIORE, Scranton, Iliss. Ipiave0ened in the store formerly oo enpied by Baii.ky, Khodrs A Wilder, and will keep en hand a good assortment at (Staple and Fancy Groceries, Feed, Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware-, Tinware, Crockery, etc., which will be sold at the very lowest market price for CASH only. Call and see tor yourselves. A.M. JORDT. March tO. 1865. My NEW ANDWEAT ARE THE Tonsorial Parlors -OF Fritz D. Becht, KREBS AVENUE, . - SCRANTON, MISS. Having recently built a new, comforta ble aod commodious barbershop, I am Prepared to serve customers in the beat fcsnner and at eity prices. None but First-Class Artlstss lr eainlored ia BIT thl;hma.nt .nl Woaers can fely spon IxMg promptly artistically served. Shaving, hair 5ing, shaseetDg, dyeing. ' don e best style. , . T. D, BECHT. 1U4. 45-ly IT too need bill head, letter adS cards, circulars, or any tot is tbejobprintinffline eQd orden to tbi office. III- old stand to DAUPHIN STREET, 90c per pair. nil wool al 3.K) never soio. less iunn wu. Thin is an immense y Street, 3 doors above their oldfstand .,.,'t.Lln Blalack's Hotel AND Livery Stable. South Side E. R. Depot, (terixnton, TMissistslppi, Jan. 19, 1885. . 46 ly SPENGLER MOUSE, UP-T0WN HOTEL, AND " RESTAURS!1, OPPOSITE CAPITOL, JACKSON. MISS. European and American Plan CHRM. HINCKLE, Proprietor. Dee. 14 S3. . -tn W. H. Graham, Moss Polnt.SMIss.. Dealer ia DH7 GOODS NOTIONS, Qroceritt, Canned Qood, Haritcan, Earnest, Saddlery, Etc. Shoes, Clothins?, Feed And Oeneral Merchandise. Quick SmlM aci Small PrtfiU. Oct. in, lea. 3Mn Job printing. 1. tlDIVT At lower ratea than els v here Id the Sooth, Cams, Letter and Bill Heads, En velope, Pmrranine, Post- era, briefs. Blanks, Pamph let, and every other class of printing-. Seed a your order, astntection riven. ar , Democrat-Star Job Office. Job Printing. 1X3RD A DANTZLER- ATTOKNEYS AKD COKNSELLOB3-AT-LAW. Win srsoUes ia the eeuUes of Jacksoa and Ilsrrisua. ... OJlM! StrmUm, Mu: December 14. WS4. 41y WO EVANS, JR., ATTORNEY-AT LAW, Mutuiipfii City, Mill. Will practice In sll the eeorU in ttis Beventli i...ii,.i.fHii-l,!t. Will attend promptly to calls bv WeKraph or otherwiae Ju.tice oourtu In Bay St, Louta, Pass Chrtatian, BUosi, Ocoaa 8pru(S or Hoi an too. rr NovemWr 18. 1W3. y n SEAL AlTORNEY & COUXSELL0B-AT-LAW, ilutvtipvi City, Jf. Prrtlwi iu all tho couHs of th Ssventli Jndl- clal ditrl t. LL soncsits skal. bujusuu. OEAL & BLOOMFIELD- ATTORKEY8 COUNSELORS at LAW crantn, ItiM. W Ul pmclicein au mu ----- ' . Eaih uartlier wiU coutisua to pra:ti o in bia inili vi.luaf cauacitv la all tlw oourts of (lis fcovontli J at tliiial dwtrirt. Jauiuuvl. 1H84. ''JL M "CT'VAtJGHAN DEN'TIST, VuM Toint, Mill- WiU allwid all eall along the ooaat ta his profea Parties lriuu aia servica can aUUrosa . ro at Mima Point, Mum. Much St. Ie4. 3 'r, . n H WOOD - J ATTORNEY Jt COUNSELLOR AT LAW Mull Toint, ifu IVactlccn In the eonrta of Jackwn. Uarriaoa, Aliei;k, Prry aud tiuwua Jiia 11. insrij . I - D. BRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUR0EOK, Bttiditet : Mom Point, Mm . Office at Stewart' drug itore. Mom Polat, Mlaa. WiU prarliea at Moss Point, bcranton, the Srm- 1,1,1-M m.i.l vlt'iMiti-. tf TR. L. A. THURBER- U DENTIST, 14 Btrount street, Xne Orlton: nav1n( recently retnrnoU to the city ran e found at the above numlmr, preparwl to do any work in tb Pno of dvutiatry. 81. J, 14. feb. is, IHM.-SO ly Fire Insurance! E. W. Morrill, Agt.f Liverpool and London and Uiooc ins. to., Office : Mot Point, Mitt. Iusnranoe on dwellings specially ao Jcited. Oct. 19, 15. 33-ly Gilf View Bfi Mississippi City, Miss., Midway belnven New Orleans anil Mobile, on the Louisville and Nashville It. K. TBS LARGEST, FIHEST ASD BEST VKHTILATEO HOTEL ON TBS QVLf COAST. Maguificent Lawns, shaded by live oiike, ten acres iu extent, Iu perfect order. Bathingand Habing ansurpassed. Ouly Spanish Mackerel grounds u the coast. All passenger trains stop at the hotel station, distance bat pleasant walk. Bauzage free, ' A brass and string band of selected urt tists. Cuisine cannot be surpassed. Every comfort and luxury oX home and hotel life. The finest ball-room in the South sep arate from the lvtel. . Bar, billiards and ten pins, sod all other amiiHeineuts for old aud youug. Perfect eleanliueaa in all depart meats the prime object. Extra din tiers and suppers a specialty. Hou. Bistro Toby aod Willi! t Passmori id office. CoL Octave Lahdkt, Asst. Manager. TERMS: . rVraMBtfc -tm a Par w-k n S Perday m Csatrwt Rates Uh FamitlM. C. E. SUtDta Proprietor. July 10, l!ii. lSMf Moniross House, BiUri. Mitt. Open Summer and Winter. The undersigned proprietor aqd mana ger ot this delightful Seaside resort, re spectful ly Inforaw the traveling public, especially winter tourists coining Ronfh, that he is bow prepared to otter FIRST CLAS8 ACCOMMODATIONS to. those visiting BiloxL.Taia llotol la situated directly on the beauh of the Unit mt Mexico, and affords ra tciTis;. mzt, inmsc in urns. The accessibility, pare air and freedom from malaria, reader Biloxi ene of the most desirable spot oa the Golf shore. ' Ectl flrst-ClaM late JUtsCSatU. Applications for rooms by mail or tele graph will receive wrompt attention. October 31. 1(84. 3Vtf MUb., es Hondav after fon. llouuif In April aud October, suahutiif twelve dhrrln eonnty. (Imt Monday after orth Monday la April and October, oontinuiug twelve diackaon county, third Monday of April and Octo ber, ooutuiuuui iwelve dava. Chancery Court -Seventh Diat. 8FLVANU8 KVMB, Uhaaeeuor. r , . in, UnMlifof March and Ben- tember. continuing lix dava. llaiTiaou county, aecoud Monday In alaroa ana Seiitcmber coutinuiiiK ail days. Ilanioi k coniit.v.aliird Monday la March an September, contluiiinit ia days. Greene county, second Monday 'n April an Oe tolMir, w)utinnlnit all days. , .r ' Marion count v. fourth Monday In Marc and SeutcHiher. ooutinuinK ail days. IVrry eonnty. Hiat Monday after the fourth Mno dav Ui'Marchsnd September, oontinillnK all daya. vaniecuiiiiv, lomm inu. ............ Mouday of March and September, continuing six Olarke county, Unit Monday In May and Novem ber, oontiuuiug' six daya. ' . Lunilcnlale conntv, third Monday of May and Knvrmher, conllnuinl twelve dart. v .win..,., uu-oiid Mouilav in Mav and AO- etnlwr, continuiuff ail days. Monthly rales of Chancery wran on nr. uu day iu each mouth. Official Directory Jackson County. Clerk of the Courts Walter M. Denny. KlioriH John E. Clark. Treaurer !t. R Thomnaoa. Burvevor E. W. MorriU. Aaneaioir A. A Vauiilian. Co. Hupt. Pub. Ed Dr. H. L. llowjs. I'ostolllco Hour. The follnwlni are tie iMMtofllee hours of the Bcranton iMmtoiftce : ... Own fmin 7 o'clock a.m. to 1 p.m. From 3 o ciucs p.m. to 8 p. in . Stind.v i itticeonen half an hour before and a ft or dpaitui-oof niuiltriiiiia. Wits, ill A Hi U. 1-Allll), r. n. Justice Court. Judge J. W. Starr holds regular terms of court nt the courthouse in iScranton the tlrst and fourth Wednesdays iu each month. At Orange Grove 1st uud 4th Tuesdays in eiirh mouth, JVra vl llenlth, Jttvkwn C. S. R. Ileurv, president, Pr. W. A. Cox, Dr. M. Moon. J. W. Stewart and W. 8. Uodsoii, sr. Dr. W. D. Bragg, port phy sician aud hcHlth ultuw. t r STATE DIRECTORY. Oovemor Robert Lowry. Liriitenaiit-Ooveriior G. D. Shanda. Treasurer W. L. Hemingway. Secretary vt State H. V. Mera Audilor 8. Gwin. Attorney-General T. C. Catchings. Kup't of Ed'ication J. A. Smith, Librarian Mrs. M. Moraucy. Sup't reniteiuisry T. J. McQuiston. Kup't Iitnune Asyluni Dr. T. C Mitchell, Sup't Dcuf and Dumb Institute K. Doybina. Sup't Blind Institute Dr. W. S. Lang ley. Ue venue Agent Wirt Adams. Laud Commissioner P. M. Doherty. SVPKKMB COURT. Chiof Justice J. A. P. Cumpbell. Associate Justices Jumea U. Arnold, Tim E. Cooper. Clerk Oliver Clifton. RAII.KOAD COMMISSIO.NKRS. John M. St j. e, preHideot ; V'. B. Au gustus. W. A. McWillie, members; C. C. Campbell, clerk. Scranton Directory Baptist Elder O. D. Bowen, pastor. Preaciiing first and third Sablmths m each inoDlb at p.m. Kabbath-schmil every Hunday at 3 p.m., J. Neilson, superintend ent. l"l re Company. RcRANTOJt Kirk CoatrANT No. 1. 8. R. Thompson, presideut, Geo. Krautz, fore man. Regular meeting first Afonday night iu each month. Moss Point Directory. CliurcIiM. Metiiodut Kev. R. J, Jones, pastor. Preaching every Sunday. Prayer meet ing every Thursday eveuiug. Baptist- Elder O. D. Bowen. paster. Preachiug first and tbiid Sabbaths in each at 11 .m, Pkrsbttiriah Rev. D. O. Byers, pas tor. Preaching every second aud fourth Sabbath at 1U:;K a.m. Prater meeting every Wednesday evening at S p.m. SockrtlfW. Gt'LP Lonoa Ksioirrs or Honor No. 24 m Meets on first aud f north Saturday D.ghta ef each mouth. W. D. Bragg, D.; Ira W. Broome. V. D. E. T. Hendon.A. D.; J. K. MrLeod, R.; . W. Morrill, F. R. : O. i . Anderson, O. ; Joe. Schemer, Q.; K.B.Smith, 8. Medical Examiners Drs. W. D. BrL'g and I. si. HcLeod. Paxcaoocla Loikjb A. . and A. If. No. If" meets thiid Saturday bight in each month. T. A. onlsoii, W. M.; W. Watkms.8. W-J J. L. DanUler. J. A. Blomer, Tresis.: C. rf. Wood, Sec'y ; J. K. WcLeod. 8. D.; H. O. Dempf, J. I).; G. L. Howie, 8. and T. R. L. Howie R. A. CbaptriXo. 11 sleets aeeood Katnrday night ia each south. T. A. Conlsoa, H. P.; I. W. Moms, Kiug. PoHUHcr and Matin. PosioHi'ce opcu trom d a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. um omul aye opes irom m iu a.m. ana from I to i p.m. Letters ' for register will be received during the seek trom 8 a.m. till 3::J p.m. "so Utters registered on Bundaya, aor alter hours on week flays. ARRIVAL AKD DKPARTrkC OP MAIL. trvm $-lmi ee at h:3j a.m. and 1.15 p.m. Departs at 9:1" a.m. and 3. so p.m. Lmlcrmeiiy Kami Arrives OB Wedaeo- daya and Satanlays at p.m. Depart e Meodafs cad Tbarwlsrs st fi a.m. A. BUTiES, P. af . FIKSTl-niTiiiT. BY NATHANIEL WEST. Tlicy tire axiooiatit:, fundduieatal conclusive, iinpt'iial. Tliey under lie all knowledge, Hint i'ecoiilitiuti all eierieiicp. They are iudeieti deut princes of tbe mind, reigning by p!Cncriitivo liyilit, being tbe children of God. Tliey Hie consti tutional; yen, tliey Hie common law, contrary to viiicli '-man's mem ory run net b not," nor cm expe rience invHlidate tbeir autboiity, nor Hcience sup tbeir tlironc. Tliey Hie tbe last umpires in every con troversy, the court of Inst resort, from which tbere is no aiipeal. Tliey are a revelation from (rod, us authoritative in (be soul of man to Ibe extent of their jurisiliution as in the iunpired and written word of God. They are ecumenical, catho lic, "believed always, everywhere, and by all,'' save those wbo have lirst extinguished tbe light and then (Hit out Iheirowu eyes. Tliey stand the test ot absolute truth, for their coutradictory is impossi ble. Immutable, they are like God himself, not one thing at Athens, another thing at ltouie, but the same to Arab anil Turk, to Greek and Jew alike, to llic. Iiozi-n Green lander in his lint, aud the swart eoolfy on the banks ot the Hoogly, and to the veriest Congo that ever toiled iu the rice swamp or sat and sunned biiuM-lt iu the midst of bis pumpkins. In tbo impressive words of Dr. Mcl'oKli. "ihey have the ewl'ct"!"! pi' pgr constitution and can plead the autboi ity of God." And there is something inteusely solemn about t lie' n when w con sider that "I hey give no reasons aud make no mistakes,"' and that Gotl alone is responsible for them ; something doubly impressive when we discover whv it is we repose in them, insiinclively, an unf.ilteriiig trust which cannot be betrayed. It is that each ot tbem is not a mere empty form of tbe mind, but has its cot responding reality iti llie objec tive world, tbe one preconligureil to the other, and troth co-ordinated in pre-established harmony, bo that tbe necessities of thought are the lawsot things,'' and valid argument against ull the pomp aud pride of vain speculations. Ju this one tact lies tbeir truth, the truth of God, and tbe lortual reason of our trust and ceititude. We cannot think them away. Go, bag graven bis ''image" in nature aud in the soul of man, as Pbidias graved his im age ou the shield ot Mineira, so that before God call lie thought away or destroyed, mau and N'.i ture must first peiisb togerber. Anil what adds to the pre etuiuent right, of these trntba to tie Itftieved ia that tbey supply tbe indestructi ble premises ot that great deduc tive argument, whereby e estab lish the three great truths of natu ral theology vix : Tbe existence ot God, moral re. BousibilitV, aud the immortality of tbe soul, truths which the Bible al ways assumes and never atlrmpts to prove. Thus do these pricipi of tbe mind, these necessary iuiui- tioua of reason, constitute tbe deep est bed rock amT bottommost sub structure on which tbo whole tetu pie of knowledge is rested. By a necessity we cannot resist, tbe ue cessity of fall It, we repose in tbem tbe most absolute coundeuc-e, and are rewanieti mr our trust, oy a certitude oottialacau shake and uo siorui cuu wreck. Truths tbey are, Which, be tbey wbst they may. Are yet tbe light of all our day, Tbe master light of all our seeing ; Tilths that wake to perish, sever, Which neither listlussnese nor mad en deavor Caa e'er abolish or destroy. Sara Joues. tbe revivalist, doesn't tackle kindly to tbe new name tbe revisers have substituted for Sa tan's dominions. "Wby," be says, yon pouMii'l frighten a cat with sbeol.' 1'robably hot. or could yon scare a cat with the old word unless you bad A brick attached to It wbeo you burled it at tbe animal. Words are very unsatisfactory uis- ies to throw at cats Jorrwtoarit lleraUL Did not tbe sight of tbe boundless bine ses bearing on its bosom the wbite winged fleets of corpmerce fill yon with emotion t plied lbs traveler, for t Yes re - while it did, bnt after while it did not fill me with soy tliDg. It sorter eojp- lien me. loire-, before y tlTcs, buttbat i oa get raTfs, buttbat needn't trouoie you, as III plow passes make a lunge tor the haudles, this will be apt to batten bis steersbip, and he will pet baps be going so last by this time that you won't Ibiuk to say "whoa," or to check him with the line, but will be pull ing for life by the handles to check him; this will throw t!te plow point perhaps three leet above the ground. As soon us you tbe aerial attitude of your plow point give it a sudden thrust towards the ceuter of the earth, it will be sure tostrike a root, and break your plow-beam laud your head betweeu the steer's legs, and be beiug tree will likely gallop around the field sever al times. 1 forgot to mention that you ought to commeuce whistling as soon us you bitch up autl whistle until you laud between his legs. Just at ttis point your musical tal ents will be found convenient arise, commence singing some good spiritual song, most any will do. "Amazing grace," for lustiuee, or it may be better to sing "Haste to the wedding." It all depends ou tbe rate of sced tbe steer has oo. While singing stand tliiu iu your tracks with your bauds iu your pockets. Kemain in this position aud sing u itil the steer stops, iu the meantime keep your mind on things above aud not on thiugs be low. Alter the steer stops don't start ns though you were go- !!:g straight to bun, but obliquely, whistling from tbe time you start until you get opposite biirj, tUcti stop suddenly as though you had just discovered him, then walk around two or three Jjuvfts as though you didn't care about catch ing bim, singing in tbe meantime, "(Joint? humble sinners, etc.;'' final lv walk up in a gent lematily man ner and take bold of tbe line. If the steer goes through the same performance tor three days yon will have it steer that will be hard to part w ith. "Tbe man in the club window" expresses our views on the present style ot escorting young ladies, bet ter than we could possibly do, and we give it in full for the benefit of our young friends. "There goes a young fellow with a gil l. You may perhaps suppose that she has bis arm, so to speak. Nothing of the kind. lie has got tbe arm of that simjiering young goose clutched half way between the shoulder and the elbow, aud presents the apitearance ot having just taken iuto custody, aud of be ing iu the act ot 'running her in,' so to Speak, and to borrow a slang phrase of the facetious peeler. Oue would sn;o.-e the young woman was certainly in tbe ban-Is of tbe law aiJ ou her winding way t3 the station htMie, ou the charge of dis-' tuibing Ibe peace. Tbere is, how ever, uo cause tor tlespoudency tbe kid' is ouly oat airing with 'uis girl,' to borrow one more from tbe Aoirrtcju language, 'as she is spoke' by too uiniiv natives. The Feaklkss Newspaper. The influence ot a fearless itewspa- ler in tbe prevention of vice is a potent faetor hi tbe welfare of any commuuity. llumlreils ot evil eu- ple care nothing about tbe lies you tell on tbem, out tliey are airaiu oi the truth. A fearless paier prop erly conducted deters many from tbe commission ot vcje by tne wholesale tear of exposure, for fear is tbe ouly preventing element with many persons whose wealth anil high social standing secure tbem from the legil consequences tt crime. A jourual ot mis liiuu must not be bamiH'red by the per sonal prednces of its editor nor its menu's. Its influence mustueMnu on its serving all aline, treating every oue impartially and not rec ognizing Mverty as a crime. A Current lteport. 'I can't understand how ship- wrecked people starve to death at sea. said little jonony fizzietop. "Why can't you understand it! There is oothiniflor tbem to eat in the oee-an." "Tbere ain't f "So." Well, tben, my teacher is a liar. He said there were currents iu the ocean. Nobody need Harve when i be can fet currents to eat. I wish 1 1 had some dow." A town liar has lots of fun but t tbere is no cream ou it. Situ a U Uerat rtit lit ap- i.'ive tlMU y yAl he did itftvsre omiv thing. "vYJaj,' - said the Governor of PVuuvlvaitM, "we have thousand of eontedctate prisoners: let there be an ex change." With some heat the sou. retaty asked if he bad meant to proiKise that we should take buck t lot of diseased ami enfeebled men, w Uo could not return to tbo ranks, mid yive the eout6.lcr.ites an eqtul number ot healthy and well ted men, who would at once icuuit tbeir armies. Gov. (J tin in said that was exactly wbat he was after. "Well, sie,'' said Stanton, "a man who professes to be loyal to the government ong'.it to be ashaaied to make such a trea sonable suggestion." Curtiu is irascible gentleman, and ho letl in a choleric condition. Immediately after he got loute be received from the secretary :v dispatch about as follows: "lit lite interest of loyalty to the got ernmeut and the speedy BtipirMim of the rebellion, you should tcMgi' at once and retire to piivate lite, which yon should never btve !cit.'' Curtiu replied to tLe secretin y : "In tbe interest of humanity yo..i should die aud go to bell, whero you ought to have gone long af.o. IIOMHLY ADT1CE. Do Dot be) above your business. Ho wbo turns up bis nose at work quarrels w;iU biead autl butter, lie; is a p.mr smith who is atraial of bis owu sparks; there's some discomfort iu all tratU'S except chimney sweepiuJ. If sailors give op going to sea lm cause of tbe wet; it bakers left of' 'nuking becaose it is hard work; if plowmen would uotplow beertuaeof cold, and tailorf would uot make: J one clothes lor fear ot . luiekirm their fingers, what a pass we would -come to. Nonsense, my floe fellow, there's no shame about any honest calling; don't be afraid ot soiliog your bands) there's plenty son;, to be had. All trades are gnod to good trades. Lucifer matches pay well if you sell enough of tbem. You cannot get honey if yon are frightened at bees, nor plant com if. mi mu .ai. sti siiiiil st is t iiiir K.k.tia When bars ot irou melt under the south wind; when you cuu dig tbe fields with toothpicks; blow ships along with fans ; manure the crops with lavender water, and glow plum, cakes in flower ihMh, there will be a flue time for dandies, but until the millennium comes we shall have a deal to put up witb. Let C3 put up with it like men. a aw a i AX IMPOKTAST lSTEXTIOX. A very important in vcntio'i, known as the Iluut loom, is now in opera tion in San Fraucisoo, aud if sit that is suid ot it be true, it is a most iiiiH)rtaiii cniiibutiott to labor saving aujeainery. A correspond ent of tbe Baltiuiote $ describe it: It weave .material foor yard wide, of any ktud ot goods, witn the saim hands and steam power now required to make one yutd. The labor is so lightened that is ia better adapted to women than ro men, and women are enabled to weave more and produce better work than men, with the great ad vantage that tbe most delicate cop stitutieus need not be impaired. Cloth woven three yards wide is made so that it can be cut apart alter beiug woven, making three separate aud distinct, pieces ot cloth for market. The quality of cloth is said to be sncriorauil easy to recoguize. The loom is now in practical operation, and does all it promise, but ''has every now anil then little breakages, so far easily repairetl. Experts and business men are divided in sentiment, AU agree that it must be all right., bnt it may take uioie time than ea'cu lated to assure against tbe brew ing of small but essential p irts." A iranip pi inter wns employed bv the Hartford City Itlrgrami, niu in the rush or going to press tun I proot of one item he set op was no. read. It was tbe doings of a Sou- day School Couveutioa, and wss emliellishi'd with ibe following uen tence : "From 10 to 1 1.30, son, aud dance by ltev. Mr. Cary." Tbe pa lter was 'worked o9 before, the mis take nss discovered, and thcte was a sensation. . Anger is like a barb, tbe tighter the better. Every oue wbo swears weiksss; hi owu argument.'