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Young; Men WhoulrNot. Itoaton Sunday. There in a habit couiuion among many young men which in much more dangerous than it appears, and which may lend to lesulls ex tremely disastrous the habit or borrowing mouoj. There arc times when one friend asks another lor a small sum of money for aday or two, giving good reasons why the lequest is made; such borrowing is sometimes posi tively uecessary, but not by any means as often as ic would appo.tr. There arc young men who never seem to have a cent of money, yet they earn fair salaries uml have no very expensive habits. This cbiss do not kuow what a nuisance they are to their friends, or what results their perpetual borrowing may lead to. It is a habit contracted with great ease when once started. A low dollars are borrowed to please some passiug lancy, with every intention ot returning the loan in a very snort tune. iJut the thoughtless iioss whieh caused the purchase ol an article beyond one s means like. wise allows the interval to ellipse wituout any provision having been made to meet tho obligation. J'ei liaps half the debt is ready, but more money is borrowed of a second friend to complete tho amount, and so it continues tue process is re peated indeUnitely. At last the first act of imprudence or thoughtlessness leads the young man to a position where bo can never bo eomtortable, either in his own company or that of bis friends, Jiis many debts, however small, haunt him aud render life a burden, or mane uiai so cynical and devoid of conscience that he goes on from bad to worse, striviug only to avoid tuo paymeut ot the sums obtained. A daugor which reckless borrow ing may lead a youg man i:itois that of absolute dishonesty, lie may leave the city, uover to return, bis chief motive being to forever put behind him facts which have become unbearable, or he may quietly appropriate sums of money passing through his hands and square hi in sell with bis friends, sacrificing honesty aud priueiple in the act. The evils of ibe -custom of bor rowing are many, aud readily occur to one thinking tor a moment upon t bo subject. Voting men with small salaries should avoid the habit as they would more positive toinpta tions. To do so will necessitate, perhaps, many sacrifices, but no dangers lire run in living within one's income. And, besides, the habits of economy and frugality learned when the income is small, will bear fruit in abundance when it is larger. The value ot money realized by trying expeiiences will make the returns therefrom more judicious and lasting when the dollar becomes more pluiitil'ul. It is safe rule, in youth, at least, to neither borrow nor lend. Sliaks pere's words will boar serious thought aud approval Neither a borrower nor a lender bo, For loan oft losses bot U-iUcIf uml friend ; And borrowing dulls tho otlgo of bus buudry. WM. V. BEHOUJON UNDERTAKER H Northwest cornur Conception mid C'outi BtroctH, ITlOltILL, ALA. 5 a lull Htipnly of every articlo in tbo trade. Punctual attention jrivou to nil i enters received night or duy. A full supply of linr iul Koben kept iu stock. j I I'riccK reduced in accordance to tbe times, and fur below city prises. ' .Inly 'ill, 1MK5. gO-l.v I . 1 " JL I : III1IMII I TruiiLy iii tliA tliiloii I iitrli . I BMHBBBHlWWWiwW n Mometliing' Nw ! ORANGE ELIXIR (LAXATIVE.) S S c V o CO o c o i- 5 E i ,k- U 4) C to ri 2 a H B " M SB K.2 JO 3 u 4; I't:; 9 An invaluable family medicine. Aion alile to tho Ustc, pleasant utid prompt in ell'eet, iind given with equal bouelit to children uml lulilHs. Ulionld your druggist not keep itsnnil ?.r) cents to'li. WAKU, Mobile, Ala., uml a bottle will be sent yon by expro.s, charges prepaid. April SO, lriri6. 0-tiui j7i,. DcMBRITT, " I H II ut Itiini I Iahmui i a' i n FURNITURE! M. E. Horres, DKAI.ICIl IN Furniture of Every De scription ! Prices lower than auy ether, house ii tho South. Zi Dauphin street, MOBILE, ALA Nov :to 1885. M-iy Henry Ilamcrscn, Successor to Ferdinand Hruith, RESTAURANT Awl Oyster Saloon, No. 'Si North Kovnl Htioet, MOUILU, ALA. Ladies' pi ivale dining saloou upstairs I'd' 'first-class lodgiugs. July 4, 1 f. lH-b'iu 1 South Kampai't, bead of New llasin, Clow Orleans, La. rosloflice I!ox :W17. Drawer No. , M . and I.. Exchange. Oct. Hi, li.'. CEO. HUBEKEIt, Trcprietor, l t!l Cominou street, Opposito Ladies' entrance to St. Charles Jlolel, F4ew Grleans. Polite attention to frauxiort customers. All work in the tonsorial art done in an rtistie man nor. Oct. in, lrtc.X :i-2-iy Mv Utbvr wfl the flnest water- iik bin grower in the eountiy, sajrs a story teller m tneu w imu eller. Welou culture was his do light. 1 partienlaily remember one crop. Just belore tne melons ue gan to get ripe my father called Black Bill aud me aud said: "I want you boys to understand one thing. If one of my melons is stol en I am going to m'Hsnre tho tracks that 1 find in the natch and theu measuie teet, and tho owner of the feet that correspond with the tracks shall get n whipping that he can never lorget. see una uicno- rv t" noiutiusr to a long, and cruel looking switch which he had placed above the dining-room door. "Well, it either of you wants to catch this Bwitch, pitch in." Bill shook his head ami muttered that ho didn't want it ; that ho would ralher be killed by a steer (old Uuck a few weeks belore had thrown Dill against a tree and knocked off the bark) than to be cut to pieces with such n switch. ind I assured my stern parent that 60 far as I was concerned he might rest in peace. Dill was the only negro we had, and alt hough bo was compelled to go to cliureu every Sunday, riding on I by seat behind hiiirev, and although tie sat in buggy E. A. TYLER'S SOU Takes pleasure In Informing the public of his estab lehment at No. 3 Camp Street, and Invltes'attentlon to his entirely new stock of DIAMONDS, COLD and SILVER WATCHES, and FINE COLD JEWELRY, all of the latest designs and patterns. My stock consists of choice articles, which have been selected with oare, and willl be offered at as low prices as first-class goods can possibly be sold. All new goods; no old stock. Inspection of same earnestly solicited I MR. B. F. WICCIN will pay special attention to the re oalrintzof Fine Watches and Chronometers. Jewelry repalr- od by first-class workmen at lowest rates. AMERICAN WATCHES AND LOW.PRICES A SPECIALTY! 3 CAMP ST., HEW ORLEANS. NEXT DOOR TO CANAL. Pocoiiibor 18, 188.r. the the during services, aud Obo.JW. Woku'ku. Aiuiisris Craft. Woelper & Craft, NEW OliLICAXS. Manufacturers and Importers of HAVANA & DOM EST10 CIO AKS And Wholesale Dealers in Plug and Smoking Tobaccos. A few of our lending; hrands: Apple Jack. Clean Sweep, Angel rood tohaccos. Great MiKsisippian,Tiin.-s -Democrat, 11- inoiK Cen (nil, 1 'hi nlurs I'riuu.jewoi cigars. May I I, lri-'O. 11-ly A Famous Tree tit Vicksburg. Vickuburg Letter. Twenty-three years ago, one and a half miles northeast, Iroui YicUs burg. Gen. U. S. Grant received the surrender ot Vieksburg and the Confederate urmy defending it, under n green tree, a few hundred yards from the Confederate lino ot defense, troui Gen. I'eniberton, tbe Coufederatecouiuiauder. This sur render tiee, as it was called, was all cut down aud carried oft by relic hunters, aud even the very stump of tho tree even with tho ground. The United States government then erected a granite monument 10 commemorate the spot and event; but the relic huuters chipped aud defaced this so badly that tho gov ernment removed it to the National Cemetery of Vicksburg for preser vation, aud erected a large 120 pound gun that stands about lift eon leaves of n book or a magazine; it 18 with a iiuirmii sue marks uer progress in her favorite book. It a trunk key is missing a hairpiuopens tho refractory lock as neatly as a burglar's skeleton key would. With it slie cleans her finger nails, and it' :..i.t a.. ..1. I is a cicau uuceveu piuits uer luuiu. And tho feats of hail -securiug that sbo will make a simple, bowlegged bairpiu accomplish nearly surpass tbe belief of man. Altogether it deserves to be classed among the great in volitions ot tho world, aud tbe grave of the original until bu created the first ouo could have no prouder epitaph than this, "This is the kind of a hairpin lie was." Looking into the Books. The grand old patriot and states man, tbe late Vice-President Hen dricks, iu the canvass ot 1831, made earnest appeals to tho people upou tbe necessity of a change of admin istration, so that the books kept by the party iu power for twenty Qvo years could bo opened to pub lic inspection. lie knew that the records kept by a set of rascals so long steeped and seethed in cor ruption ami so insolently closed against all 'examination by honest men, it once opened would reveal startling disclosures. And so it is, tbo frauds aud stealiugs are grad ually coming to light. The Third Auditor ot tho Treasury Depart ment has just discovered that near ly $50,000 was paid to the State of Indiana ostensibly upou fraudulaut war claims. One voucher for $31 was raised to $5100 aud so on to nearly the amount stolen. This case is ouly one of many others that liay.''isi!utlo thesml. J. H. Garter, WITH ZUI5KHIEIt & m:UAX, Wholesale Oroeers And Commission Merchants, 3i, X, 37, 3!) and 41 Peters utroct, Corner of Gravior, NEW ORLEANS. Jnlv 4, lrieVi. 17-Gm I'll I Ml' WJHRLEIff, 135 Canal 4 18 Bunrbon SU., Nbw Ori.iiakb, Mammoth Mnsic Honseoruiu South I.KADINQ 1'IANOS: Cliicltfririi;, Webor, 17 I V..rlin, -I Mmou ilmulm. Docker Jin., Lowest Prirwi ! laiptit Tt'ftns I Bksi Ouganh; Mason & Hamlin, EhIu.t. Musical IuHtruniunlHof all Donrript ions. Prices to compoto wilh auy part of tho LI lilted States. OctoherH, M-ly McKay & Iloche, 1'KorKIElOKS WAVliltLV STARfiEiS, AND UNDERTAKERS, KOYAL STKKET, Betwouu Kogislvr odice and ISaltlu House, MOBILH, ALA. tsTheir clemtnt lino of Undertaker's Goods are selected from the host luannfiic- torics, and no pains aro spared to ninke this dopartnient second to none. Mr. K. P. HI .ALACK, tit Kcr.inton, is ,111 1 horizod to net as onraent, and orders through him will lmro our prompt atten tion. McKAY A liOCHE. March 7. 18SC. - 7-ly COAL ! GOAL! ALABAMA COAL ( COKE COMPANY Suce8surs to ANUEKSON 4 DABJiS, 54 Carondulct Bt., NEW ORLEANS. ALABAMA. I'llTbLlUKtJ, ANTHTJACETE Coal m hogsheads for shipment. Will also deliver Coal at all stations on L. 4 N. K. K. bctwoeu Mobilo and Now Urloaus. at the following prices, viz : Stcani Com iu car load lots, par fan ...f-l OA Grata or Stovu Coal by carload lota per ton .... 4 "ii ftoptcnioer iu, iwtKi. V-lin leethigh, with the iusoriptiojijpjLiitlTrace. L)uiing all this loug radical The gnrrende uer nK Hi kklHiK. July 4, l.4,CoT! n. U. S. tiraut, - -""hy Gcu.Pcmbcrtoii. Tho gun is surrounded by a lot stone wall about two feet high ; the numerous visitors by driving near tho monument have made a drop cut or sunken road, and tho rains have washed the light soils deeper and exposed the roots of the original sorrcuder tree under the uiouuiueiit. 1 crawled under the monument aud with my kuifc cut ofl a piece of the root of the surrender tree with my own hand. Woman's Lest Friend A hair pin is woman's best friend. Its tits a multiplicity of uses, and she is never without ouo. If her hair is shott you can depend upon it that, iu a recess ot her purse or pocket of her reticule, yon will find the hair piu. If she buttons her shoes she rises her hairpin, aud who ever saw woman button ber glove with any thing elset If ber head itches does she scratch itf Nonsenso. &bo whips out ber hairpin and re lieves herself. Suppose a nickel bss dropped between tho woodeu grate in the street car t Does she oil ber finger as a trau would do and then not get it t Ceitainly not. Oat comes the hairpin and tho coin M lifted without any trouble. It ber shawl pin is IokL, where is - food a suUstitate as the hairpin t U a nut does she take a ot p.cil Moat assuredly not Tbe kajri.in cam. It ia with tbe hair. ym Ut ab rip oicn the uncut rule, about two-thirds ot the public domain has beeu literally stoleu from tho government by railroads, syndicates and other land grab bers ; the actual settlers, the real piouecis of occupancy and civiliza tion liavo been diiveu oft and ex cluded from what rightfully be longs to tbeni, until it is a mattea of wonder that the whole country has not beeu stolen. "There's a new racket on the road that beats tbo chcsiiut bcil all to pices," said a commercial traveler from tit. Paul. "Whenever a fellow tells a story that is a little mhsty, or tries to jerpetrate any bad puas, or brag too much about his salary or sales, or his firm's liberality iu the lustter ot expeuses, nobody aieers at biin, or says a word, nor rings a bell. There's a slicker way than tbst. First, one of the gang will atrp up and shake bauds with him, silently aud solemnly. Then another fellow, and soother, and so on all around. About tbe time tbe second man's hand is extended tbe victim begius to frel warm in his bead, and cool and hot by turns under bis vest, and about the time tbo third hand is ready be is al most in a state of collapse. I never saw a man who could stunrt more than tonr shakes of tbat kind, though pei k ups some of these Cliicaco chaps have got check eooagb to take 'em iu by tiie dozen and cry for more." ID Alba&Carmelich in, AND- - .YEPtYag&LEgTfiSLES jsj Nos. 43 and 45 South Knyal St., ft Mobilo. Ala. m Keep llio finest Hun;. I Caskets anil (.Cases, t lie latest styles or Metahc, Ma I iluv'any B ut Rosewood Collius. also! !(!ery Ki ado of r heal) coffins. I Having rein tcil our establishment i with all late improvement, and hav- Hinj; now the largest slock ou hand wcj3 K.ne cna'riod to Hell at reduced rates, t! ft Customers niti-usling Ihrir trada t.H tSns will he RuarnnU'iHl sal isfactiou. f Orders by telegraph will rcceivrK ni..nii.t .ttAiamn ....1 :...:... gi.aranteed. Si.ceinl nttention paid to the linviiir rt.mit beiiinjr oi norses ami veLicles. fj March 2-1. l. 7-lv HARVEY CREE'S OTVO A I fk IM l' Til K rllKHT WINES Ala LllllOU alwats oy njxn. No 48 Magazine 8tret, NoTenibnr 13, !& NEW OKLEAM. 37-tv Ai GERDES & Brj 306 A 3C7 (Now Butia) KKW OEHVk'8. Yscht aot Schoonor Sails, Awrinji, anil Tarpaohna male to onler. IJers io Cottou L'nck and Flaga cooatanty on band. January ,1-!C 4i-Jjr without etlort could hear every word of the sermon, yet that boy, with all bis c:iclul (ruining was iu linetl to be a thief. The next day after the proclama tion was issued 1 went out and looked at I ho melon patch. There, lying in the sun, striped and tempt nig, lav A beautiful melon. An, it there was anything that, could make a Southern boy forgot honor it was a water-melon. I trembled, for 1 knew I could not prevent myself iioni stealing it ; aud then that aw ful switch camo up before ine. An idea struck tne. I went to the bourne, stole into the cablu, and got liiil s shoes, nat an enormous foot the rascal had ! The shoes were ho large that thej would not stay on my feet, but I overcame (his drawback by stuffing 111 em with grass. I slipped around and entered the patch from a locust thicket. A rain bad fallen tho day before and I madu decided tracks iu the level ground. I got the mel on, stole back to the thicket, si ml aituougn it was not ripe I ale more than hail it. Then I returned l.ill's shoes. That afternoon while Dill and I were iu tho yard 1 saw my father, carrying a small slick, en tering the gate. 11 is (ace wore an unusually sleru expression, and I saw that thero was something wrong. "I don't think that much mens ureing needed on this occasion," said he glancing at tho stick. "11:11, where are your shoes f "In de cabin, sab." 'Uring I hem here.'' lie brought trie shoes. Tho old gt-ulli-miu applied the measure, and said: "Fresh dirt ou ibeui, I see." Kill's face became a study, "lloaii know how it come dar, in.ii si er. Ain't woio'ein sense lasl Sunday." 'Yes, I hat's nil right. John," tinning to me, Helen me that switch." My bout smote me, but 1 brought the switch. Then Kill began to dance. I never did see a fellow gut himself into so many different shapes, and it seemed that evary shape was better suited to the switch. I had to snort. 1 couldn't help it. I kept out ol Kill's way as much as possible, for he seemed to look leprouchfully at me, but he did not accuse mo ot delivering bim tip to (bo enemy. and 1 bad begun to persuade uiv- self (hat Kill bad stolen I he melon, when two clays later I came to grief. Kill and I were aaiu iu the yard when my father entered tki gate, cuiiyiug a small stick. "John," sai I he as ho approached, "where your shoes f "In the house, sir. ' "Kring them here." "1 got the shoes. Great Cassai ! there was fresh soil ou thorn. "Come on, come on," said the old gentlemau. 1 handed him one Mute aud dropped tho other viie. "Kill," said liej'jJJ'weasuj'jyig the shoe, "bring uio that switch iJU. bounded with delight aud brought tbe switch. Tap," I cried, "please don't whip in e j I ain't done mil bin'. Oh ! " I danced, I capered, and I met (be switch at every turn. Iu my agony I caught sight of Kill staini log nt tho corner ot (he houso ant stoning lite a giaiuierca Iioimo Kill kept out ol my way, but tha evening l met him and asked iin, now uul you wear n shoes I" "IJow did yer w'ar niiucl'' "Put gi ass iu 'eui.'' ' W all, I tuck er p'nr short stilts an' put yer shoes ou de cuds o' 'cfu. icckou we 60 crUint even nfw. Oh, 1 tell jer whui's cr fack, Juf'ii, it won't do ter ford wid me, &t-e I'ao one o' de 'n'ninted by de saints." CAVAHAGH, BARNEY & CO., VVIIOLKSALE DEALERS IN Machinery Mill Supplies OF ALL KBNDS. Also Agents for IUiston Pelt ing Co., Dolling & Hose, Heury Diiiton it Sons' 8aw, ZVlOIlILli:, ALA. Novomher C. 1SH5. SC-Oni -DEALEK IN- HATS, CAPS, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 49 Dauphin Street, MOBILE, ALA. Docomhor 11, 13dr. 41-ly a JT Tvi V5 PATRONIZE FIRM III TOMERS, but' Fha TERROR sf olt C0M-I FFJITORSI iVly namo LOW PRICES Who are you? .--.Ml ' pro I old M ta OUff CU5- V u1 ?"v. 1 y J t L ' i-l 7chz -fs . . n T i l -St I 'Wirier; tc: Nos. 87, 39 & 41 Royal Street, Nqw Orleans. Ti CHEAPEST MffiURB DOUSE IN THE SOUTH. mm MBIT a HAHfUFACTURING aV am aW m a - m 1 1 -r- i IjeJi n I DEALEftS , F0E2 mn l I2S3" BIB. II tSfcl J MM frl i vAir wmm hm m u. iss ka h aHki tm oa a 20 mm wwm I I A Ti 4K $(to inr fifinininr,! ev ch icof m mMmiMt - Wjjt IJk Hated SLA.fo.4lte- cenlly a Kew York geulleinag te lusea inn coii6eut to tbe m4i'e oi uid aangbter to h man wboused Ibe word 'nin't." His wifoj wbo took up tbe cudgel for tbe.uutiappy pair, aaid to ber bnsband : j "Why itroyon o touchy iout a little liurnila.su bit ot alang t' "Wby I" roared tbe irale bns- uttnu: -uo you ask why I not bnvea soa iu law ho cnimol apeak the lJuglisb language iu iu iwnty T li e 'cause I aiu't built tbat vav t ' .7 4 AugiiHt 7, 1S.S5. NEW ORLEANS. 232y HOME INDUSTRY FOUU DRY, 8. E. Corner Walor and SUU Ptrneta, MOBILE, ALA. Manufacturer of Steam Mills and all other Machinery, Brass and Iron Castings of all Kinds, Xroa Hailis?. C.tETV Tejec 5TfiTR.r.a!s Off.o 2All!r.s ? I)OOi:s, SIIITTERS, ETC. rrompl Allentioii Kivrn fo Krpairin?. ill Country Orders Promptly AKrndrd lo. The Education ot the01 The Savannah Nowa. In the November number of tfh North A merioan Reviewer. EdmnM Kirke dicuae tbe queation of th educMtion of tbe neKio, and i..! article can bardly Uit to aitral, coimiderable attention, partieulrir iu the South. Tbo conclusion hicb be reacUes ia that tbe pretent tneth od of educating tbe negro is rdt cally wrong, aud is caloulateU to make bim a loafer and a vagaboiuT rather than a good citizen, m. cites tbe experience of Miss Augtia of Kuoxville, Tenn., a highly ca? vated white woman fiotn tbe Nortli who weut to that State with the inteutiou of devotiug her lifo and tuture to tbe education ot uegrotui She modeled school upon tbe white schools ot tbe North, and taught her pupils tbe common and bigi(r branches of an Englub education Alter twelve years sbe took a sur vey of ber work and tound tbatalie bad accomplished almost uothiug, Tbo 6 iiif, in most instance, feeliuJ IbouiHclves above 8ucb work as tlipy could get lo (In, turned out badly and tbe buys, wilh a few ejccptioim' developed into idlers and loaters, ' Mi.-s Aimtiii, realizing tbut Jim bad imiili! a mistake, was inoinpt to apply the remedy. She saw she could do tbe colored children greater service by making them eflicient briad winners than by at tempting to make tbein proficient in tho higher branches of education, Sbo, therefore, determined to cou flue their menial tiaiuing to rend, ing, wiiting mid nritbmelic, and to require llicm to dovole the greater pal t of Jlieir tinio to learning ho to become good servants and me chanics, ilcr success was very marked from tbe beginning. Tim children were better satisfied and tbe results achieved were gratify ing. The girls in Miss Austin's school are now taught how to conk and to do all kinds of house work, and tbe boys are taught how to handle tools and to make them, selves generally useful. The great need in Houtbein, us in Northern cities, is good servants. In this city, lor instance, the com plaiulof the unreliability, irrespon sibility and wortblessness of an Ir ani is general. The negro girla of Ibe present generation know little or nothing about cooking, and can. uot bo depended upon todo general housework as it ought to be dons. They are nut industrious and obedi ent, and neither they nor tbo men who act as bonne servants are neat in their work or their apiMarance. As a rule, the men who are bouae aeiTsnts are inatteutive and ineffi cient. Their aim is to do as litile as possible, aud thero are very few of them who can give, or care to give, satisfaction. Thero is no doubt 1 bat the colored people are capable ot being e.lii- csted into good servants. It i necessary, however, that their training shall begin early, ami that. I bey shall be firmly impressed willi the idea at tho outset that they ant to bo workers and not idlers. If eoioreu servants were wnsi tnry might be trained to be honsewhea would be relieved ot the annoyance and worry which now make lile almost a burden to tbatn. It is aluioxl impossible to train men anil women to be oo servants after they bare reached the years of maturity. The habits they have lormed in the years from ebiblhooil to maturity will remain with them Ibiougb life. They may be modified somewhat, but they cannot be got rid ot entirely, however objection;! ble they may be. Under the present system ot educating colored children it ia a question whether servants are not all the time growing less reliable and eflicient. If tbey are, is it not time that something was being done to change tbo system under which they aie being educated t Would it not be much better to apply a portion of the money now used in giTintjLenjJa,felOtt.iii;fl.i' to titling mem lor toe u"'u ihey will have to- lo f liviug T Tax Cars of thb Timbeb. There should be no useless waste of our yellow pint timber. Though thero is still a very large area of timber lands in the South, there if uot more than we waut, and it will all come in very well. Before long there will be au influx of Northers capital to be invested in Southern industries, notably among wbicb is tbe lumber Hafflc. The Timberma of Chicago, is moved by tbe situa tion to this conclusion ou the sub ject : "Southern lands and Soul hero millsafor that matter, are good in vestments. It is 4 matter ot grave doubt if better cau be fouud any where in tbe country. Southern timber may be carried with small risks of fire, at low cost tor taxes, aud it is yet to be had at prices so near tbe bed rock limit as to make the realization of a handsome profit, almost a certainty. This winter will be large sums put into South ern timber, aud the cbaucss are tbut uot a dollar of tbe anion Dt, whatever it may be will be badly invested." "Now, children," said tbe teach er of tbe infant natural history class after tbe peculiarities of the crab had born rliwniwHl "is there any other member of tbe toinal kingdom that ixweessess tbe power to mors rapidly backward t" xes," said tie of tbe no promising ot tbe liltle.ecnoirr "the male kin do it." . Subscribe and pay for your home 27 If paper.