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WSBBS T (illLR. Ladies Hone Jan mat. I live physical beauty I lie h?nin liiiei, contour nn I symmetry of the hnnian form. Wiiuran ex press lh exquixite delight that beauty (if form awakened in I he sensitive mind till v to its enno bling effects f I- love intellectual and moral beauty, thrilling Hie soul to its highest- ecslacy and enhancing physical symnielrv, a thousand Ibid. But what avails beauty of form, when common eer.se and delicacy are sadly wauling when "dear" and "darling" are commonplace, vulgar epithet when affection ha no depth and makes no choices, I. ut is ever inji he market and ready to be sold for ii penny. Thilo. miEXDSUIPS OF OIRI.S. If you write a letter to a man friend, don't put in black tmd white that yon are "his forever," or that you send a great deal ot love, even il it be only in jest, but remain his "very cordially," or "very taucere y.'' Sincerity and cordially are po6ible even with acquaintances that do not demand love or affec tion thai is to last forever. I wish girl knew how very ill-bred it u lodveor permit familiarities in word or pen from either men or women. Learn to keep your per sonal affairs to yourself. Learn to Lolieve that your lir.-t name can only be used by I hope connected with you by the lies of blood, or having the right given by a deep love. Believe me, 3-011 can never regret your self-respect as shown in this way, and you will never cease lamenting permitting a teo familiar intercourse, that ia the fu ture will rife up before you like a skeleton at a least. A perfect friendship is like a rose, but after the leaves of Us glory is passed it the leaves may be thrown int a jar. covered with spices and sails to bring ohI the fragrance forever, nid be a delight to you wherever Il is. A friendship that is too fa miliar may also be likened to a rose, but one that early loses its leaves; they fall upon the ground, and no one treasures them enough to gather them up and put them us a memento ol days that have gone by. for a while there is a sickly aweet smell, and then t hey are blackened and discolored, and no odor cornea from them. Conclude then, in forming your friendships, to make them only those that can, when time separates you two, make pleasant memory for the future, and one that w ill' not cause a blush to come upon your lace. There is very little to call the people you love if you lavish words of afTection on every stran ger whom you mee'. If you t all a young man whom you have known just have an hour "dear." and one you have known three days "dar ling," there will be no tender, en dearing term for you lo address those who have your whole heart. Girls, who are not of necessity gushing, are often arJ lo speak iii the most familiar manner. Good speech is certainly pure silver, but there are so many places where si lence would outweigh it and be perfect gold. To tell of one's lam ily affairs, to tell of one's joys and worries to some one who has a sympathetic manner and seems to invite it, is at once a weakness and a misfortune. To write a letter in which you use endearing terms, in which you discuss personal mat ters, is more than merely indis creetit is dangeru. Don't you think if you area bit familiar in Hpeecb or wiih the pen lo a man. that he is going to meet this more limn half way ? Don't you think if you call his first name he is v?ry Apt to call you by ypurs, and per haps before people whom you do not care lo think light ol you ? If you permit him to speak of things not usually discussed, do not imag ine for one moment he is going lo regard the conversation as confi dential. He will always lell it to somelHxly and you can then imag ine how much lurtherdown in the esteem of two people you have gone. Don't permit any man lo be familiar with you lo the extent of calling you "old girl," or eii ins you as "one of the hoys." You don't belong among the boys, and you should n't "he counted there. Rki'i.astinq Teach Trkks It is not advisable, savs an exchange, lo set young peach trees in the Fame spots from which old ones have been recently dug out True the drain which the oil trees have made upon the soil can be sup plied by fertilizer but the dead roots left in the ground are filed wih fungus, which is likely to fas ten in time upon the mots of the young trees. It is sometimes nec essary to preserve the proportion of an orchard by filling vacant spots. In this case it will pay to remove the old ear'b and fill in with fresh mold from the fence corners or lorest An exchange remarks : "The first ripe peacti of the season that we kave seen was plucked from Ihe ed iter's own orchard." TVt aa-be ma the prew go f One little peach for the editor crew. LiaU-n u hie blithimine blow ; But s peach won t wrre for anbaciu. tiofixine; I-ook lo the merit ofthe ,ci bine. . erreere end thee renew. Renew, renew r Lua to my tale of woe. . r.wu uhe in the beamy f nMul e ihcir ives take in ahing. 0H1S HOTEL, ocE.i.Y srnt.Yas,.vitsn. ON TIIK Ilt.ACH. V. FRVK, - - l'l-oprl.tor. Mineral Waters -Aualvzcdby I)r Joseph Jones, of New Orleans. TIIK HEALTHIEST AJTD PI.EA8 AXTKST ' KKSORT OK ASY BOITHERN COAST. Fluent Ktnhinp, Hunting end lirtrNi, Tli. ('miiimMlimia ll.lil Sua hint Wn rrntt.il wlthllnt Watw Hiat4-r.. Nw ('snMta iu bulla sua apart .itn. ana othr ninufrn ronvrmmre. jnumitiMi rHMrdiMi si resaonsbiH rat. Itr. w Aw .tl a Bft.r 1anrlalat f 'mmef-etail Traveler ataal lreapeetara. Oct. IB, ISNS. U-ly 'OB- S3- 0 DUNE AT THIS OFFICE. C. R. Keitkr. . H. Casta Kit a. Bf REDTER & CASTANERA, Machinists and Engineers, MOSS POINT, MISS, Mill mid Kteuuilioat work specialty. Work done nay or night nil Ihe shortest notice. SATISFACTION GrARAXTEED OR NO PAY. April H.lfOO 7-ly H. F. RUSSELL, OCKAN SPKIXGS, MISS., DEALER IX STATIONERY COSFKCTlONEIt Y, ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINES. 1'ati ounce of the sarronuding conntc j solicited. September 27, 18U9. 31-tf BABBIT BETH, ret KILE. We hare about 100 lbs of first-class Babbit Metal which wo 'Till sell very cheap. Apply at Democrat-Stab Office. ,11. TIME SCHEDULE. Effective on and after April C, b'M. St Lorts Kjhif.w. lirjcitH Doily from Oovprn- m.-nt Hlrwt 1'iinm Dfjint at 9:-.fc'p. m. Arnvon at fi:(K a m Mitkii Tuiin ('nrrvinc fuuwiigiTa (Similaya ex- c.pNMl I depart! fltim Freight IVpot, Branregrtnl n. -el at 7:00 a. m. Arrivr. at 6.00 p. m. Citrosku.k ArfOMMOIUTHiS Train lt-aTfn from Union lpnt at 4:10 n m. Rrturninj;. learn, I'hrolirllu at 7:M a. ni. AiTivenat Alohilaat 6:45 a. m. Piilliiinn I'iilucH SSlrt-jii nj C'i.1'8, will) Dinwliijr-Koom and liiittol. run tlnutijjli without ehali;n from Mobile to St, I.olus. Close ronneetioiis nt Junction 1'ointn. St. Louia KxpieM connertain I'nion De pot, St Lnni, Ho., with all tiiiiim fur the principal cilie ot tlio Went, Northwest, Not t li mul Kimt. Fcr full infui nmtion as to rutes, routes, etc., lull on a lilieiw J. II. FOKSTTH, Ticknt Agt., Cattle House Ticket oll'ice, Mobile, A hi. The Dkmochat-Star is I ho best ndveitisini; medium in botiih Mis-Mi-sippi. Try it. n. . KVEItlTT. AttorneyHtt-Lam-. P. K. HAYEKS, Editor Deiuootat-Htar, The Pascagoula Heal Estate AGENCY. SCRANTON,... ....MISSISSIPPI. Ileal Estate Uousht, Sold or Exchanged. Interest of Nou-Kesldent Owners Attended to. Iliiviiinr rf,Hnmil tliA UmaI V.t:itn Yiiii... Ft newt, nil properties formerly listed with on anil not wild or withdraw!! have been iikmi ulieii burk ta dm bv MoiutrM. Herrirk A UotMle, t'ouHintiuj. of tho nioet extotiHive variety of piopertiea of any Koal Extute n-eiii-y III tins m-ciiutl, eucu as Truck Farm. Stock rarnix, Maw Log Timber, Charcoal Timber, Ojslcr roiuid, 1 ill Properly, $cailiore &. River lloincw, Country IIoiiich, Town Itffcidenre. Vacant Town lot, mill siic, i:ic. THIi: CIIIuWlMtST. Comipondeoet Promptly Attends! to. Capitalists detiriujr to invest are invi ted to colTOMimlltl with iu reiiard tu iu- venttuents already made or which they desire making. tVEKITT fc MAYEKS, Proprietors. Seranton. Misa., March 29, ftfl. worn saijTE. 3,600 ACRE OF PIKE LAND ! This tract of laud baa none saw tog timber on it, and many ad vantage for a fork tartn, sitnated in Jackann county, His., jurt below the county line, about half way between 1j and Pwa-onla Kivem. on the propowd mute of the Ms bile, tlatlinbnrK and Kanaas City Rail road. Itisihssnoatdeairablepieoeof iaad in tbeeonnty, and a be boaght on very reawmable terms. For price and terasa apply at the Dewo-caAT-teTA R oflx-e, Scrauiou, Mias. The Demockat Stak is an on compromising IX-mocrtic new piTf. - jer in alvance. Jt'l.KS 8AIIIIA7.I C. E. SARRAZIN & BRO. 8TEAIH TOBACCO MANIJKUCTl'KKKS, -Ituporters and Uedlersin Havana & Domestic Cigars, CIGAKETTE8, PLAYING . CAKUS MATCHES, KTC."' f'v t . 1 Cold Watches in Fire' Ct. I'ackajrra of Kins' Uec Tobacco. To mora firmly eetubliHlied our already liciinwned Ilrand of King I1k( Toiiacco we will place a Prire Card in one - of the packages of said tobacco entitling the holder to au Klkoant Gold Watch on presentation of same at our office. The names and addrenaea of the Lncky Hold era (who will permit na to nse their names) will be pulilmheil frnm time to time. C. E. 8AKKAZI.V ilKO., 27r and 977 Decatur, and 13. 15, 17 and 19 r run line Streeta, NEW OKLEANS. NovemWS, 1S. 37-lf DEHTAL SCIENCE. DIC. S. E. HGIITCAP, JfE.YTIST, Highly intftroretl Gold ntnl Rubber Plate m Spteialtg, Nitiond Oxide Gaa administered for the Paiulctta Extraction of Teeth. No charge for extractius teuth where artitieinl teth arei.serted. Teeth filled withGold and Ainalfjain at Keanonnule Katea. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Offics N. W. Corner Paupltin and Con ception 6ta., over Want s Drug Store, MOBILE, ALA. September 27, ltH9. 31-1 y John J. Driscoll, DEALKK IN lroriions, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Wines & Liquors, CI Alt & TOBACCO A Specialty. 225 k 227 3. Eampart and 253 Giro! 3ti., NEW ORLEANS, LA. Jitnnary H, ItfM. dly SIVA HIP LANDS. Important .olicc lo Own er Thereof. Orn of CoaaiwinNKR or Swamp Lin. I Jackaon, !!., March IS, lf'.m. ) Attention of the nmnerons owners ol ''Swamp Lands" inert lice! to the sulijoincd act of the Leinlatiii-o enablinn; them to protect their titles where the defect arises from the (very common) nse of wrong scrip in the 01 iginiil pniehasn and entry. Kee Jackson t'. Dil worth, 10 George, 772. Applications in all cases should ho ac cnmiiiinird with an abstract of tho title ceitilied by some reputiible and competent person fio'ji the ot lginul entry iu so fur ns the title appears of record with u further eertitieuto that no other conveyances of the land appenrs of record. Iu other raws the atlidavita of croilible persons, nctpiainted with the fucts, should bo pre sented. In addition to the required price of twelve nud one half 12j) cents an acre the following sums should ho sent with each application, viz : For advertising $1.00 For each certificate, containing ltW acres or loss, & cents 50 For each patent 1.0(1 Following is the full text of tho act re ferred to above : AN ACT in relation to Swamp Lnnds. Whereas, by reason of error in the use of scrip lliero are many holdings ul "swamp and overllowed" lauds in this Statu which are void, th title reiuiiiuing in the State; and whereas many of the Crr-sins concerned are not even protected y any slatnte of limitation; mid where as it is deemed right and Just that such pnrsonsshonld have the privilego of pio tecting their title on fair terms, now, therefore, Suction- I. Be it enacted by the legis lature of tho Stiite ot Mississippi, 'i hut all lands kuowti as swamp lands, which have heretofore been sold, ns shown by the records in the ofllce of the Commissioner of Swamp Lands, but where bv reason ol the w ningscripbeiugUHod in thepurchitse, such sales were in vu I id, be and thesiime are hereby withdrawn front genorul sale under existing laws, lor the pel iod of two years from the approval of this net. hr.c. it. That all pernios now holding swamp lands under such invalid purehusj shall have the right to purrhuac the same lor a period of twoj enrsat the uniform prico of twelve and otio half (Wj) cents per acre, npon nuking application tolthe Comiubisionor of Swamp Lauds and pro ducing satisfactory evidence that they are the original enterers or hold under them by descent, purchase or otherwise under such original entries. The money to lie paid in lo I ho treasury anil patents to be made according to the laws iu force iu relation to swamp and overllowed lauds. Skc. 3. That immediately after the passage of tbia act the Commissioner ot Swamp and Overflowed Lands shall give notice thereof to ail persons interested by publicutiou iu such uewspapera as he shall select, not to exceed twenty, for the pe riod of six months, and npon making any sale hereunder lie shall collect from each applicant, iu addition to the purchase money, the sum ot one dollar to go toward defraying the expense of sue.ll advertise ments, the cost w hereof shall be paid out of the swamp land fuuds upon Ihe war rants ot the Auditor, who shall lirst audit the account upon the certificate of said coniniisioncr, signed and countersigned by the Governor and Secretary of State. Sf.c. 4. That this act take effect and be iu force from and alter its passage. Approved February 17, 1HU0. Iu order to iusure promptness from this office applicants should address all com niut.icat ions only ta the "Commissioner of Swamp Latids," Jackson, Miss. All nec essary blanks furnished to the proper par ties on application. J. W. Mt MASTEK, Csa. tiwamp Laada; Bute of MusuMaippl. March Sil, ltfiKI. 4 27t 1. 1 DAHTZLER LUMBER COMPANY, CKKERAL U ANty AC1TRERS OP Rough & Dressed Yellow Pine LUMBER, Gang Saved, rRifl Flooring A SPECIALTY. PINE PICKETS -AND CyprcssShinglcs, .TIoms Point, ftis. L. K. DAXTrLKR, Treaideut aod Trrannrer May 2, 1" 10-ty C. K. Sasraiiw. A BLUMER, MOSH I'OINT, MIM8., ritoi'iiiKniit if MossF.inl.risl Mill AND UKAI.KK IN mim MERCHANDISE UxitaHy Kept In First-Class Store. Fnrnitorc and HonspkeoiiliiR G'oods of an Kinds a Specialty. STO E8 are sold lower than New Or leans or Mobile prices, as 1 buy them for spot rash direct from the manufacturers. STEAM (JK1ST MILL Fresh Meal. Grits, honiity, Chops, Cracked Carn and r eed ot all kiuus sniu at lowest market nricea. and delivered free ot charge w ithin city limit, ('living feed in large iinanti- tiea enables me to get the benelit of wholesale prices, and can therefore aell at cheap as tlis cheapest. CUSTOM SHOE DEPARTMENT where a person can gee the best Shoes for the leaat money. No paper miles, piistc-bo inl eonuten or wooden heels are used in iy Shoe Kactory none but genuine oak tanned leather, and I defy competition as to prices and quality. Also, have always on hand first-class liunil-niude Shiuglca tor sale at reasonable prices. Thanking enstomers for post pntronaga invite a continuance ot samo. Respectfully, A. BLUMEK. Gael's DrllTcrett Free f Ckargr. October , lw9. 31-ly E. W. Morrill, lusuranre Agent, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Biloxl, Miss. Represents the best Fire nud Marine Insurance Companies, with aggregate capital ot over Mxty Minions, an ol which have complied with the laws of the State of Mississippi, thus giving a perfect guarantee to the insured. Civil ExtiiNrKitiNO and Si'rvicyino also attended to, and maps of Towunud Trartsof Laud handsomely and correctly made. Those desiring my lit lent ion in either line of busiuess will please address me at Ililoxi, Miss. October 111, 1SH9. 33-ly M. V. B. CAREY, Scranton, Mississippi, Dealer in Fancy and Staple GROCERIES, FEED, TINWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, ALSO A FINK STOCK OF VVINFS, LIQUORS, TOBACCO & CIGARS. DELMAS AVENUE. June 21, 1I0. 17-ly F.G.TURNER & CO.. MANI!FACTUl:KHS ov Doom, Saxh, Blind, Mouldings, JJal luter$, DoorJb Window Ft amen, JiravlctU, Etc. REGULAR SIZr;.S IN STOCK. Dealers in Duilders' Hardware, Gloss, Putty and Pure Mixed Paints. F. C. TURNER & CO., Cor, St. Anthony Sc. Waters!., Mobile. Ala. April 30. lHf9, !My Gibney Iron Works, Steal Boiler & Sbcet Iron Manufactory. 81 to 81 Commerce St., Monn.K, Ai.a. MKNL'KACTl'KElia Of Mari'in, Stationery und Portablo Boilers; Sheet-Iron Wotkol all Kinds; ft team titling audslilaekiiuiithing hi all Brancbea. A'riarA."riuN at'iuirr. P.J. GlitNEY, Proprietor. Scptomber iff. 119. 31-ly Undertakins EstaWishniBnt 13. 1 PICKETT, SCRJXTOX, MISS., Keeps on hand a complete stock ol Caskets, Cases. Collins, Robes, Liniug. II ami left, etc. His stock consists ot nverythiui; needed in this locality f burial nnriMMicS. He ciiarautees satis taction in every case intrusted ,to bin eare. Calls n.ulit or day 'al my reel di-nce or place of business will roceivr prompt attention. TIIK STAlt STABLES. For eood teams, nrompt attention and one price to nil, call at. the Star Stables, B. K Pickett, proprietor, fool of Krebs Avenue, in sight of the depot ana INoy s iiotei, ana especianv e.uip pod for the accommodation of thetrav . linn public. A nice (lass encloed Hears is also ktmt at the Star Livery Stable, which is always at the service ot toe pnoiie. with r-nrefiil a driver, on short notice Mr. J. W tswst Is my solT SMtsonawi gent at Ho P.et tout, enters I or vatti XL A. HHEBS' "Cheap Cash Corner," DKALFS IX GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, Notions, Hardware, Crockery, II ATS ASD SHOES, rrrirafEs asv tajjct ajiticles, Oats, Corn, Bran, Cotton Meal, Etc GIVE ME A TRIAL, Gmsi dtlinrtd Prompt!) amd Frm f Charfr. rairareala It., ftlRlITt, HSR. July H, 1H1. Sl-ly Job Printing at this Office D. rjUlERCIER'S SONS, -THE RENOWNED CLOTHIERS Danphine Street, Two SKW May 2, lrW9. JO Z3 AnUFACTUninG DEALERS FOR CASH nsr BOOTS AND 1 OLD S3ELI1DI 2! YEARS 12! AND 129 NEW Angust 7, 1890. Eemoved to NO. 308 DAUPHIN ST., Between Jactson Claiborne. THE MODEEN EYEING AND PARISIAN DYER, Ladles', Gents' and Children's Clothes Cleaned and Dyed FjiiiIicih Illcat ln'il, Dyed anil Curled. Velvets, Fine trices. Lace Curtains, Glove Cleaning. Iyes Wui runted -SAliroiintivWiikeutnitltoniewlll irW rrrrlve 'awful and I-ruupt Attrutloa. June 27, 1HUU. UElLPinS.WEEELY AVALANCHE CONTAINS ALL THE lABLB EDITORIAL, MATTEB, TALKAOB'S 8IBH0NB, OEIQ- IHAL BTOBIK3, SAKPLt HEADING THAT MAKES UP . COPIES jrix - adt FREE. NEWSPAPER. v Send for Olroulars showlnsj former Distributions. A nnsci AVALANCHE, Itist MEMPHIS, 810,000 TENN. GIVEN AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. miiul coniusioi aits uiai Tot a WHIOM Barney, Cavanagh & Long, IMPORrKKS AND JObllKUS OP Firr-A rins and Atnniunilioii, Foreign and Domestic jstym.mjsi:.s.iwsi mmm.A.MimGm 10, 12. 14 & 10 N. Cow. & Frout StM., MODILK, ALA. April 9, lft. "" Ucw Orleans Tielcss TELEGRAPH INSLTLATOR Invented by Jndgo 1!KN DKBLIEUX, ol li ... Ut I l. Mimrn 1,000 Shri of tht Ezmbm Tuni for Salt at fo.w wen, . A model of simplieity a saving si fiO . ... r awm.imn. in I'eleirrauli anH I" 1 - - . other Klectric Companies, by giving per fect Insulation, win oo ummy wnu n.o .u sulatien now nsed, and it is destined to pay large profits to those who will invest iu it. Capital SfocL, f50,000. December 10, InXi. --tl Ksao. Mktrs. Jos. Jossn. Ja. F. Ticmct. MEYER, JOSSEN &C0., LIQUOR -DEALERS, A ad Iniportns of FINE WINES, BRANDIES, ETC. No. Id Sooth Commerce St., Mobile, Ala. Airner for the KAMOK8 F. W. COOK BKLK, of Evauaville, Iud. May 30, 181)9, 14-Gra J. D. ItARXES, - BLACKSMITH MOSS POINT, MISS. Repairer and maker of all kinds of ve hicles, Carriages, Carta, Wagona, Kt. A cond anpply of material for the same kept constantly on hand. HOKSESHOE1NQ A SPECIALTY. June 6, 190. 15-tf E. T. COWART & BRO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Wholesale Dealer la rOTA TOES. AmES, OX10XS, CABBAGE, ETC AIu Poultry, Zat nd Oust, 3S ni n. trssw sad IS sad le ut- Mirkarl SU. K. Tu rmrr. t Hr.l.n A 1.. Ovtvbei 11, lfj. yiT & HATTERS, BlookslFrom Canal Street OltLKANS. 10 fim s EHPEUCE ! C0T11 ORLEANS. 24 ly SCOTJEINO ESTABLISHMENT. Parasols Cleaned and Dyed. Silks, Caslnuers. Hlankets, Etc. Odorleas Kant. All Work Strirtly Klrst Class. V ' J?(J 1 O O f 7 TPf T V O ? 77 i Mi JX.IlO O I li I L I Jj J. VrlOU. in nin EllES. LO ST. imsLiiMfD msT. jbTsf NEWS CF THE DAY. CAKEFULLY-BSLECTEDy AID A VARIETY 09 TUB - oiMi rEEKLY ILANOHI Has had 4, Distrt- buttons and has elYen wr of an (10,000. Tha names sal iss of parties always Pub llshed. S1HD for LIST. nixron list fob aqiiri on.?. 6TJSSCBXTTZ01 INOLUOEt TNI tXTRIUTrON. Healing Ipu M These Celebrated Sprines are open SUM MEK and WINTKK. Itoanl. per month. iierwerk, $10. Iliick fare free for Weekly and Monthly Hoanleis. Comfortable hacks ran by H. P, Hearon, who meets all traius and rare tor all paa seniirers at llnekatnnna. Mississippi. ICO pounds of Duxsage Free. Bay ticket to Uuckatnua, Aliss., Mobile and Ohio Kail mail. Inquiries answered wromptlv. Address, H.J. rETTUS, Pronnetor. iiealiug Springs, Ala. April 11, 1890. C-tim STAIUZVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE, STAKKVILLE, MISS. Ti ami Jnntutl Mm CostsKRoaf SEP TEMBVlt 17, 1H90. 314 Stndenta and 10 instructors last ses sion. Cnnrse of alody axtenaive and vsried. Past aneeeaa guarantee for the future. Scud for catolnsrne. T. O. SEIXEBA, Pres. Jnly IS, 1890. 2t-2m W. S. DODSON, rjSCACOVLA, MISS., DFALKB IS Dmirs, Meilicines, NotlOES, Etc. r"Meu"icine CbesU tilled and prescrip tions rarefullv pnt op. Jaaasiry U, i-VU. fi5-ly J. M. FRANK'S LIVERYSaSTABLE, (Xesr th. IVpot.) SCRANTON, MISS. The Beat of Team" Always Heady. Cucr&LSJro Excnsxcs, (At ta. DrtMS.) Tb Very Rent ot Wlnesj und ! qsiora Served. ScoateB, Hiss, AarS K Msj. !T lE...Y t h LI,Ti.ar(lli ir, TeUH Rifting. ty iuuiiNirioiig. J t ha- ... ""P f .loeoflxHle, LikeTheM iioiuho. u Has swum,., yH , ui yellow tloc Wi l tins in bo ia iuiuiuterial "'J favorite doe. ami u..i.i .r. ori lVet Away, with r .,1. clear the di-jauw your rant collar, and ' tben thK dexteroiiH hanilHi.rin Ji. .1. " l behind your collar ami TO? sight. It wan old saying ihaf.. tbi..irni..8tbe8een tohfrSL tod." It U not w i,h, h.'' hw, the flea in so small th,t ho in a flea. Ynn l.-u- at once you feel an eicmciatiiiBhii! 111 the middle of thn back ; that i ! floa'swork. It ih ey totell whaf! biting yon. OffourselJiefleais caruivproniL but never kills its prey. Jt bit out wh;tt it wants and leaves it vk tim to Buffer. It never takes tw bitenin the same ilace. It leaps met. l ilv from one snot, tn.-Hnivii.,. 1 siiiK a it goes, its agility savinnt ....... ...o.u... 1.V111U, in ninny cssci The humble little flaa ivnvuva ud to exensise atience under the most trying circumstances mid not to dps- pise small things. It is not ihe earnest tiling in the world to smile and look nli'iimm! ami ,.l..i t , . .. 1. l ,1,. cionly while h flea is doing just as henleascs on vonr Kiiinn Thoni. when you feel you were not built HHEl BIBBV C01ES. Albany Journal, 'The rr.dstdelichlfiil persmi at 1 siiminer renorl is the woiiihii witlu Sunday IiiibIjhikI," says one wlm knows, "bhe w always to be found 111 some of Ihe quieter re sorts near the large cilic. She i always pretty, mu.illy your, und the most devoted wile 111 tlis world on Sundays. During Ihe week, while her husband is down in the city, Blie is the leader in !l (he gnyeties that are going 011. She plays tennis will) the college boys like the best of llieni, are flirts with I lie elderly men, ho quite uiileislHiid her, audtlm. Hi ins all Ihe bends of I h' quiet young men w ho don'l undetsiaml tier. All tlii-i duriro' week day. Hut on Siituribiy niphi evt rytliiiiK i cliaiiged. When al tlusk t lie liig stages come rtimbling up 1 1,19 litile hostelry, with liivir longseats filled with tired, tl uty-lotikitig men, she stands the best dreseii. I ho most eager-eyed, iillei'tionute little woman in all the assembled crowd of guests, and when Tom comes stepinir up tu the piazza she gives one wild little cry, sal lies on his coat collar an it le had done nothing all Ihe week but mourn for his absence. And Tom pats her fluffy iiead and feels sure that lie has the dearest little in ihe world, and they walkufT, she clingini! fondly lo his arm, quite like a pair off lovers, 'while all Ihe men who have been tier slaves all the week look foolish and would like lo punch 'Join's empty head. But they don't know poor souls and neither does Tom that the whole thiiu; wa got np for I heir benefit. For a woman always likes to show a man Ihe endearments that may be in store for some man, even theiili she has no wish or purpose that tiiev should be for him. The Forest Eegitter, edited by ladies, contains the following : The woman suffrace Jan would not win if left to a vote by the wo men of our State. Mr. Fewell and others who endorse it would be laughed at for their pain. V omen have something else of more iraKr tance to attend to, and do not care to be thus thrust upon the publio p-are siinnlv because needed to gain the ninioritv of white vote ill the State ihebeat thing obtainable in the way of settling the suffrage ques tion iu favor of white rule. It ' increase the white vote of the State but cannot lave any other oiilicai effect for good. The Ceutreville Htnttnei, euiieu uy l a hwlr. ia liitterlv oonosod tO tbe ... , - . , Bchenie , A uuiii.il P-lanoe at a newspaper will show a list of men who bclpto bnild n the town. It you see a good sized, live advertisement in the pa per by each of the principal rner chantis, and a card from each of tbe small ones, you neeu ihm iu4 to the prosperity of the town it solid. Uutifyou End Ihe most ei tensive merchants not dvertmiBK tKair hniannaa. thfn TOU Set it OOWB as a tact that those who do try to posh their businesa and tae w with its interests, have a hard time and an uphill Jonroey aHtbeyesr rouud. Ihtrant Democrat. fvxt.i ..i.-is Irish farmer to provide for their families belore thev pay rent. The failure oi the potato crop is almost ceiiain i cauee a famine, and ir.e menus . old Ireland are called on iot ucj.. Lie vas Innocent "Uncle Baa- tns, were the chickens you stole ia night fat! , "De man wuai sajs ai" -bteaks de Irnfeall np! Yn " poorest fowls I ebbcr saw, boss.