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Uev. 8:im .lone miik in I lie At-lm-a
VoHnlitutioH nllice I tie or lu r
(liv, 8 iy. Hint piper, Hii l niter
liiiimiii!: in ii OdiiiiminiciiMi'ii on
evangelists ami iueeiiiis:i f.r men
only, lie rem .t i tied n lew iniuuu s
thallium wiili Hie editoiiiil Inrce.
When nuked whether I he A I
nance men were likelv lo go mio
the third Mit'iy. lie s:iid :
"I've been watching dial llnii!! a
pood deal, an t my opinion is unit
the Alliance men lira mil paving
1 1 tic-It iiitenlion to anything hut
whiil I he leaders tell tlu m. Wlmt
cver the lenders sdvise I hey will
lie apt to do. II the leaders in (he
.Southern State advise I hem Id go
into I he third parly, I believe they
will no.
"The Alliance ha my sympnthy,
but it won't there. I said In a
public speech in Mississippi (hat
every tune t lie o.'it purlieu plnyed
the ra.-cal the farmers played the
loot, and the tool gets lei I every
time.
"The Democrats will win, 1
reckon. If they get (lie whiskey
crowd they'll put up Hie money
nud thai makes Hie mare go. I
wish to (Jodtle Democratic and
Republican parties were both wip
ed from the face of the earth, but
I'll never see it. Tito Republi
cans may die out, but when the
I a.-1 day comes there will be burn
ina Democ rats. The Democratic
I arty lias the principles that are
at the foundation of this govern
inent, and whatever good there is
in other parlies mine from Hi3
Democrats. Old Thomas Jtfler
non was a brand-minded man; but
Jell'ersonian Democracy is one
thing in one place mid another
thing in another place."
About the sub-treasury plan Mr.
Jones remarked: '"I'm its ears
back and (.'tense It, and it is the
ea.-iesl thing in the world to swal
low. Grease it with green grease,
I mean. That makes things look
right. I haw a fellow the other
day talking about the whir key
business, and he had a card the
size of an envelope. On It he had
in big letters : 'W-R-O-N G.' lie
held up and Slid, You see that V
You see 'wring' on it.' Then he
put a five-dollar bill over it and
held It up. 'Now,' says he, 'you
can't nee it. It's there, but you
can'l tell it.' That's the way with
a heap ol things put money on it
and it looks nil rigid. .Senator
George is talking more good sense
to the farmers than any rnau 1
know."
Here the conversation ended.
Mr. Jones turned off with a '-Good
luck to you," and made his way
down stairs.
Rooting Strawrekwks in Titkf.
A writer in the Gardening Illus
trated gives 1'ie following mode of
rooting strawberry runners by us
ing small pieces of inverted turf.
The sort of turf lie probably refers
lo is hardly to be found in this lat
itude, but in low, peaty grounds a
fair substitute may be found. He
says :
1 am very much in favor of this
operation, and have been ro for
some years. It is the next best
way ol layering strawberry run
ners to using pots, and if the yonng
plants are intended for planting in
the open quarters, I would rather
liaye them layered in turfs than in
pots. My mode of layering is to
ret some good fibrous turfs from
iwo to three inches thick, and cut
these into i-quares about lour inch
es in diameter. The man who
layers takes n number of these in
a basket with some - hoit wooden
pegs and a trowel. Holes are made
in the vicinity of the runners, so
as to allow the turf to drop in level
with the ground, and a runner is
pegsed on t he center of each. The
turf is used upside down, and as
there is generally a good deal of
fdiage about the s' raw berries at
that time, combined with the
plunging of the turf, it is astonish
ing; how little the runners suffer
fro n drought. The roots penetrate
the turf in a verv short time, and it
the turfs are soaked in manure wa
ter before being used, the roots
will quickly lake possession of
I hem without entering 'he sur
rouunding soil, nud in a Icrtnighl
or so after layering the plants ai.d
turfs become firmly attached. 1
never knew plants layered in this
cheap ana simple way Tail to be
come quickly established and lo
do wellcither in the open ground
or in pots lot forcing, becau-e I hey
grow freely Irom the first and
never seem to get root bound, as is
the case when layered in small
pots.
M06QUITOKS.-I lie bill of mosqui
to is a complex institution. It hs
a blunt fork at the head, and is
apparently grooved. Working
through the groove, and project
ing Irom the angle of the fork, is a
Jance of perfect form, sharpened
m it h a fine bevel. Beside it the
most perfect la:ice look like a
liand saw. On either tideot the
lance Iwo saws are arranged, with
the points fine and sharp, and the
teeth well-defined and keen. The
backs of the saws piny acainst
the Unce. When tie mosquito
lights, with his peculiar hum, it
thrusts its keen lance and then
enlarges Ihe aperture wiih the two
iiti, which plav beside the lance
until the forked bill, wiili it capil
lary arrangement lor pumping
blood can be inverted. The saw
ing process is what grates upon
Ihe nerves of 1 he Ti-iiin, and
causes him lo strike wildly at Ihe
sawyer.
Job Printing at this Office.
DHS. UKTTS iv IIISTTS,
;i Ft. Chaisi.kh St.. Kr.v Oi:i.i:ans,
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Art; Kt ill Timlin;; Willi Mm- Grvutrst
Milll Mllll tSm.'C-1'KM nil
Chronic,
Nervous and
Diseases.
I'rivat
IVNEKVOUS DKlilLlTY, I.O.ST MAS
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Trrrilile Dieaiim. Head
unit llm-k Ache, nil I ull
llio rltiK'U li'iiiliii nil
i-uily ilraa.v, Hint vr
liiiu Ciitmmnptiiiu jr
liimiiiity. lira ted Hcieii
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nils nud never failing
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rKIDXKY nmlKRINARY coiiiiliiinl8,
Gleet, Goronhw, Stricture, Vm icoeele,
mid uil iliwaiwii of llie Oeiiitn-irrinury
Oruu cnrml nmnintly wit limit, injmy to
Stomach, Kidney or other organs.
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
A SUItK Cl'ItK.-The awful efleota
of Km ly Vice, which liringsorginiic weuk-
iiphh. di'strovini: lotti inn id anil iioiiy, wnu
all its dreadful ills, pciiiiiiiHiiitlv cured.
VKI'.TIIUAL STKICTUKK. -
Permanently Cured by our Wonderful
Keincdy. whieli never fiiiU, and without
ain or injury. Proof indiapiitalda.
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der Disease Treated witn Success
Unequalled.
Send 6 cents potitugo for celebrated
woik on Chronic, Nervous and Delicate
DiKoaacH. Thousands cured. A friendly
letter or call may wive you future suffer
ing ami Khaine, mid add golden yearn to
vour life No letters answered uiiIch
in-i-nmpnnieil ly 4 cents in stamps.
Address or call on
mm. itETTs & he us,
:W St. Clunk St., New Orleaim. I.a.
Nov. 7, 11 37-U
Id.
THE QHEAT
Louisville tfiid Nnshville It. 11.
THROUGH TRUNK LINE
Between the Cities of
cisciys'JTi,
1 a x 1 sr. to x.
LUVlSriLLK,
EVAS8VILLE,
sr. luc is
And the Cities ol
xjsnriu.K.
MUM I' HIS.
MOXTClOMKIt T,
MOllll.E and
XKIi' UHLK.IX
W I T II O I T II A A ii E,
AND W ITH SPEED UNRIVALED.
Shortest and Quickest Route
From New Orleans, Mobile Moulffomory. to
ITortli, East ScW est.
Pnll,noii Pnra without rhsn to Kssh
nati, C'hieago. without but oue cliauiiv lo all
1'oi'lliem A, Eastern C'll ie.
TIIKOUGH COACIIKS
From Chat taHoogu and Nashville to St.
Louis, couuecting direct lor Cities iu the
Northwest.
IMMIGRANTS seeking homes on tlie
line of this road w ill receive special low
rates.
See agents of this Company for rates,
routes, etc., or write
C. i ATMORE, 0. P. A T. A..
Louisville, Ky.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
FURNISHED COTTT4GES
on the Ileuch at Ocean (Springs, Miss.
Apply to
II. F. Rt.'SsELL.
Occau Springs, Miss.
April 3, 1MH. o-tf
C. l Jl-xoei:,
W'iixiam Gabs,
JUNGER &. GASS,
-DKALKR IK-
Pianos, Organs,
SHEET MUSIC
And Musical Merchandise,
No. li!7 Dunphiu Sticct, MODILE, ALA.
Sept. Ill, 1800. JO-ly
E. T. COWART & 8R0.,
RouuissIoh Merchants,
Wholesale Dealers In
POTATOES. ATrLES, OSIOXS,
CABBAGE, ETCn
AIm Poultry, Zggt aai Game,
Jg ss4 S. Water ad It m4 U St. lllrkael Ma.
K. Tl- Cowakt I TlfnKil, Ala
Uossnuis U Oowast. J AUUU11C,
October 10, 190. 33-ly
H. F. RUSSELL,
OCEAN SPRINGS, MISS.,
DEALER IX
CONFECTIONEIt Y,
ALL KIXD8 OF
SEW1XG MACHINES.
Pstrae of tk arrvtiBding country
aoliertod.
SepUmber 97, 1889. 31 tf
Job Printing-.
WE PRINT.
At Uwer rate thaa tliv
where ia the 8onth, Cards,
LeMer and Bill Heads, fca
Telonea, I'roprsmwea, Poat-
1, Briefs, blank a, Panph-
leta. and every et ber claaa
af prieting. eVsd as year
mere. Satiaiaetioa riveo.
Demecnt-Star Job Office.
j Job Printing-. 1
VftSAAsait a A A, So .YA)
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A.BLUMER,
MOSS POINT, Mis.,
PIIOFKIKTOIt OK
MOSS POINT GEIST RILL,
AND IIKAI.KII IS
mm wmm
t Kl'.M.LY li KPT IX A KlltST-CLlSS 8TOIIK.
Furniture and Housekeeping
l.'oods of all Kinds a Specialty.
STXAESare sold lower than New Or
leans or Mobile price, as I buy them for
spot cash direct from the inuuii fact u ret.
STEAM GKIST MILLFresh Meul.
fii its, homily. Chops, Cracked Corn and
l'Vcd of all kinds sold at lowest market
prices, and delivered free ot charge a it 11 in
city limit. Buying feed in large quanti
ties enables me to get the lienelit of
wholesale prices, and can therefore sell
at cheap as the cheapest.
CUSTOM SHOE DEPARTMENT where
a person can get the licst Shoes for the
least money. No paper soles, paste-board
counters or wooden heels are used in my
Shoe Factory noun but genuine oak
tanned leather, and t defy competition us
to prices anil quality.
Also, Have always on nunil tirst-ctusi
hand-niadu Shingles lor sale at reasouublo
price.
Thanking customers for past patranagn
invite a continuance ot same.
Respectfully, A. KMTMER.
Caadi Deliver' Free f Charge.
Octbcr2, 190. :tl-ly
Unflfirtatiii EutalsliiDfiit.
13. 1. PICKETT,
SCltJXTOX, MISS.,
Keeps mi hand u complete stock of
Caskets, Cases. Collins, Robes, Linings,'
Handles, etc. His stock consists ol
everything needed in this locality for
burial purpose?. He guarantees satis-!
taction in every rase intrusted to his
care. Calls night or day al my resi
dence or place of bnsiiiess will receive
prompt ultcutiou.
TH 12 STAKSTABLES.
For good teams, prompt attention
and one price to ill, call at the Star,
Stables, I!. F, Pickett, proprietor, fool,
of Kroha Avenue, in sight of the depot
and Noy's Hotel, and especially equip
ped for the accommodation of ihe trav
eling public. j
1 A nice glass enclosed Hearse is also'
kept at the Star Livery Stables, which
is always at the service of the public,!
with careful a driver, on short notice.
I Mr. J. W Stkwakt is my only snthoriiod
agent at Mimr Pntut to take orders for Com.Na.
1 October 4, Ism Ju ly i
OCE.lJ SMM'GS, .TMtSS.
ON THE BEACH.
7. TfiTE, - Proprietor.
Mineral Waters Analyzed by Dr.
Joscp .Jones, of New Orleans.
THE II K A fill F.8T ANDTLKASANT KliT KKSOKT
OK AY SOUIHKIIX COAST.
Finest Finning, ITnntinranil dria.
This t'otntnmliiiHS Hntl haa jnat been refitted
with Hot Water Heaters, Kcw (Jarpeta In lialla
ana apartments, and other mHlern conreuieners.
Kamiliea boanletl at reaaiHialite rates.
BIST Or ACMMKODATICOT ni TOtJIISTS, C0KKI1
CUI TIAVXUX8 Airt nOSTXROXS.
Oct. 1 1K). :(5-ly
ORLEANS
BARBER SHOP.
GEO. HTHJENEB, Proprietor.
149 Cominou Street,
Opposite Ladies' Entrance to St. Charles
Hotel,
.VJ?U OIILE.J.VS.
Polite attention to transient customers.
All work In the tonsoiial art done in an
artist ie manner.
November 7, IH00. 3T-ty
Kuan. Mfts. Jos. Jomks. Jas. F. Tisrsit.
MEYER, JOSSEN & CO.,
Liquor Dealers,
AND IMrORTKIIS OK
Fine Wines, Brandies, Etc.
No. 8 Sonlh Commerce St., Morii.k, Ala
AseiM-T fnr the
r.
, COOK BKER,
Mni
ot Evanartlle, lud.
March 87, IfJl.
(healikq springs hotel)
Those Celebrated 8prtnjra are open SUM
MGKand WINTKK. IWil. per month.
t-M : per week, 10. Hack fare free for
Weekly and Monthly Boardeis.
Comfortable hacks ran br H. P.Hearon.
who neets all trains and ears for all pas
sengers at Kuckatnnna, Mississippi. ICO
Eiuixis of Baggage Kree. Bnr ticket to
urkatanna. Miss., Mobile and Ohio Kail-
road. Inquiries answered prompt It.
Address, H.J. 1ET1 Proprietor,
Healing Springs, Ala.
Oct. 11. 1800. ao-om
L V UArrsua. J. D. K. Mclmns.
DANTZLER & MCINNIS,
Maoolactnrera ol
SAWN AND SPLIT
Gypress Shingles,
' 1 M088POIST, MISS.
fTexl lW-Hat W(an ssnlnalsy eta
wim AmmlniliHnMimnaaill s
saiiaasi wilS prtes 4 aWacWs.
AsCaatS3 POO. 56-lj
NewShip-Yard
JOHJf EE AXOEIjO, Proprietor,
Mom Point, 5Iosa.,
b areparei to baal oat aar rum.
that eaa eater tha Pascipiaui kirer.
VKsels Built and paired
At reaaoaabia ratea. and satiafacUoa
gaarsateea.
Cit ATiAtAjtptCosnxcii.
rSa. 13, ten. st ly
gaarsateed.
m Pftl HOTEL
MB ! RC HIE.
Allautj Cuiitilu;in.
'I hfv Wert Isilkiiitf hhmit the red
lifiid tl en rnnil-wliite-liree full al
1I10 Kiiiilmll ll.iiiallifotlir iiiylit,
hen numeli(i(!y lulu 11 good one 011
Sam lliirlwick. wlmni evtryboilv
knowH ha "i iiernl imsHiiger hki-hi
1)1 Ihf Soul IllM II 1 ilCllH'.
Siim wa with a party of Bir
minuliMiii 1'nenils nut long api
chv vonne stieiety people IIipv
wt-re. anil nil well known in the
Magic City when MinieLody start
ed the white liorne story.
One yotins lady in the piirty had
ideal Titian hmr, and the joke was
ol conr?e t her expeiit-e. There
were white horse everywhere
Kverv little station hrotishl anoth
er white li.irse lo add lo the fair
one'n diseotnlort and correspond
ingly to the happiness of the man
who persisted in pointing them
out. it was a white horse day.
GlimpseR of llietn met the traze of
the party everywhere, until Ihe
victim of a'l began lo think thai
every horse and every nmle in
Alabama was ol th;;l, to her, most
detestable color.
A bright idea struek Sam hit
hitr. hard in fact.
uNow, I'll Let 200,,? he said to
Ihe while horse man of the party,
"that there won't be a white horse
at the depot in Anniston when we
get 1 here."
'The bet was promptly taken
and the coming to Anniston was
eagerly looked forward to.
In a lew 111 unites llardwick
looked at his watch and, murmur
ing something about ''wanting to
see the engineer, 1 went lorward.
A minute later the train stopped
at a little station. o intent was
Ihe party upon looking at some
white mules in the distance, ihht
they didn't notice the briikeniHii,
w ho hurried into the telegraph of
fice and huriied out again. Jl d
they seen the message he bore,
they would have read :
'To Blank, Agent, Anniston
Ten dollars to you if you have no
whilo horses or mules al depot
when train arriveR."
But they didn't see it.
Sain Went back to the parlv
chuckling to himself and admiring
uis own cleverness. II was but n
few minutes before) Ihe conductor
called "Anniston !" The young la
dies looked out and laughed.
Sam's face wore a benign smile as
he pushed one of the men aside,
and, pressing his face to the win
dow he saw
White horses everywhere ! In
all that concours of drays and
hacks every mule and i-very horse
was while. A tap on the shoulder
aroused him.
"Mr. llardwick, I'm sorry" it
was the a,ent who spoke "I'm
sorry, but I could only get nine,
teen "
Sam jerked the telegram from
his hxnd but for a minute was
speechles. Ihen, without a word,
he handed a roll ol bills to the
man with whom he had bet.
The telegraph operator had made
"no" read "20."
AsKbircATKD Fly I'rol Thom
as J. Murray, of New York, tells a
wonUerlul story ol Ihe rcsuls ol
his kindness to a common house
fly: "For Iwo weeks the fly flew
around my house without much
notice being taken of him; then
he becan to make advance'', and
soon permitted me to handle his
wing. We called lutn Dick, and
al breakfast every morning Dick
was led su;rar to his heart's con.
tent, and would sit on mv finqrer
and corksciew his legs and rub his
head. Presently I made endeav
ors to leach him variou Incks,
which, alhrsl, were somewhat ol a
failure. Soon he had advanced in
the art until he would allow me to
lilt him upon a tooth-pick. Soon
after 1 could place two of the little
splinters underlain and, by a ileal
ot patience and coaxing, induce
him lo stand on liia hind lees.
Then again I could place them on
the table ami have him jump over
mem successively, like a circus
rider jumps the hurdles. One of
Ihe most singular habits he has is
to fly at my finger like a bantam
cock at an enemy whensver he
becomes enraged.
Worry. Oh, worry, worry !
You are responsible for more gray
hairs than age. iou have pencil
ed more brows with tell-tale lines
than years hare ever brought to
pass. Shall I tell vou what I
think about the deposition to wor
ry over anything! It reminds me
ot what it would be if a lot ol con
vivial souls should sit down lo a
banquet and fall fo weeping be
cause this time next year they
may go lo bed huncry. For heav
en's sake, be thankful for to-day's
dinner sad enjoy it. Let to-mor-
row'i dinner rest in Ihe hands of
the gods. They are sure to wheel
things into line if vou trust 'em.
1 your duty, uruso your stan
and press onward. Accomplish
all you can and never fret. When
I'rovidence sees sued a fellow on
ibe road I'rovidence is sura to har
ness up and meet him on Ihe way
with a two seated carriage and a
lap robe. Sure as fire ts fire and
frost is frost, heaven helps Ihe
brave and piles stumbling blocks
in the way of the complainers and
those that orry over nothing.
A man at a summer hoi el al
ways speaks of his bill in the high
est terms.
A man on his mettle is all richt.
if he is not all brass.
Subscribe for your own county
j
paper, the Democrat-Stab. Only
( ff2a year in advance.
JOHN HOTV & CO.,
nANUFACTUniNG DEALER'S
FOB CMC
I3ST
BOOTS AND
OLD BELIME!
26 YEARS
AT
127 ii 129 comon st.
NEW ORLEANS.
August 7. 1S90.
THE MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE, SOUTH.
ADAM GLASS,
Sla n n fa 'tiller of mill Wholesale mill Reluil Den I el in
FURNITURE,
NOS. (7, 10 AND 21
MOBILE, ALA.
Sept. 1!, lHDO.
Pianos. p. Werlein, IObm!!?;
135 CANAL ST., NE W ORLEANS, LA.
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WRITE F0K CATALOOI K AND PKICES.
October t", 1K). 34.jy
HUNTER,,
Timber and Lumber Merchants.
MODILE, ALA.,
MOSS POINT, MISS.,
SCKAXTOX. JIISS.
iScrantou, Miss., April 17, 14111.
WHOLESALE
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS,
81, 83 AND 88 CANAL ST., AND 8 AND 10 CHARTRES ST.,
The Largest Clothing House South.
Country orders solicited. Samples and rules f ur self measui.
ment willingly sent on application, free of charge.
December 19, 1HU0.
E. O. TARLTOK.
E. Q. Tarlton & Co.,
209 Dauphin St, MOBILE, ALA.
The Cheapest DRY GOODS AND NOTION HOUSE In Mobile.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ALL
ORDERS ENTRUSTED TO US.
IE GDABAKTEE TO SELL 20 CHEAPER THAI BP HOUSE IH -MOBILE.
SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRIC KS.
AGENTS FOR R. & CK COESETS.
Ererj Pair Warranted to Gira 8niufuation or Money Rsfnndod Alter 10 Daya' Tria
. PRICE, 91 PER PAIR.
October 31, 1890. 36-ly
SaKT D. BLOCH.
1. D. BLOCH.
BLOCK BROTHERS,
WHOLE8ALB MAYCVaCTCXEKS OF
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES 1SD WAGONS.
K08. 1 NORTH AND SOUTH WATER
Sola Acfarj Calabratad
Fab. 57, 1691.
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JAS. W. LANG.
ADOLPB D. BLOCH.
STREET, MOBILE, A.
StadebaLer Wajoa.
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yhnlav," sni.Uderk i is"
tal maiMim ofllre. -v Ri ,a
nent gave pnini-Hi,,,, , , ' ,,'K'.V
pie ol tins Miv-roig,, 8,Hle
muting in weill.K-k IH
H;isnlr;is mwl
..Vc." "Muiikm.t
"1 paiil fil'y cenls fi,r
ingiHid Ininl cash . lKn
'Well, wl.ntiif i( "
Annabel JU-Junki,, u,,,,'. V()
"Tlial'a bad. Went U. b n ,
promise .li.l nhe V l,er
"Not act I v, sir. y0 ... .
hiidh't proiiiisp.l I.. ,,mrrv ,nt. "
" I lien wby did yongir, 1,
-Itwaalhi way. I 0Vw, ,
iiml u-anifd to ninrrv ier , f
ami would cuniP lo ii!e
"And il didn't work ;
.- "Xn. sir. 1 il,.....! ! . i-,.
, j. , r,i in l .li"'"' '.
seal nf tlip&lntp, hiiiI UU liei l"
wealtb. Ihroii-'h il.a.i..i,
olliiers were upo .r;
or ilie lnwT J ",en",l,d;"
"Whsl did she savin thai r"
'She hlv lniihH."
wTli;H'n very s id."
"SiidV mi tiainu lor it, yt, ,h(j t
want lo know wlmt's Ui be ilone"
"j lii'ee any rpinedv."
"I m weak uirl with reil hair lo
dely tbe MiHli irily of t!iH StHte"
'J bat's iiImhiI iIip wy nf ji .
''Can't Villi SPIld mi i-:.
, '""I 111 I III-
t npnn iter ihe lirnii r i,
i-iiintnoiiweiillb, and to mke i,r
niidpiHlaiid Hint
; -.. mi iiu ins in-
Kuedby Ibis olic are nut lo le
trilled with f
"Xo."
"U'l'll. I Kliiirinen T ,. ....i ....
...... ..: . , , fcrl l
money biick, cun'l 1?"
"An."
Here's tbe licpii:p inti au it u ..
when I took il away from here, not
a bit I lie worse for weai."
"We Clin'l l;lkf il Im.L- c;. .
refund Ihe fee."
And VOU can't rn in no I llio irirl
to iiuirrv me aller ia-iiintr ili .i li.
cense and charging me gnod n.n
.. f ... c.
iihv inr ii i
"An.''
"TIlPIl that kpIIIpk il. Tlis
ernmenl of the present day n a
judlow mockery. Yon hear me,
insolent million ot a supine nml
powerless St.ite ?. I j-o, but I re
turn I Ihe flav ol
draws nijrli, sir I Jleware! Ymi
stiall hear Irom me azin, ami
when yon hear me, tremble!'
A ad Jeremiah Sassafras wai
gone. i'
BOW 19 BMIffl 1 I Wla
Among the various ways of
building up a town, the following
from an exchange has several
point., worthy, at Ions', ol careful
consideration :
'Buy of peddlers as often and as
much ai nossible. Deuounce your
merchants because they make a
profit on their goods. Glory in I lie
downfall of a man who lias done
much lo build up the place. Make
your town out a very bad place,
and slab it every chance von iet.
Ilefiie. to unite iu any scheme lor
Ihe betterment of the material in
terests of the people. Tell your
merchants thai you can buy goniln
a great deal cheaper in some uilier
town, and charge them with ex tor
lion. Keep cveiy cent you pet,
and don't do anything of a public
nature unless you can get 'ome
thing out of it directly. If jou
have anything lo say ol your loan,
say ii in such a wav as lo leave the
impression that you have nci faitn
in it If a stranger comes to town,
tell him overt hing is overdone mid
predict a general crah of the lova
in the near future. Keep up a di
vided public sentiment and kiiifa
every man who disagrees with yu
on i lie bert methods of increat-ing
business. It you are a merchsnt,
don't advertise in your home pa
pers ; buy a rubber stamp ami uk
it, it may save you a few dimes,
and make the paper look like it
was published in a one-horse
town."
The charges made against J tf-
McDowell, President of Uie Farm
en' Alliance of Tennessee, who
has been stumpimt Mississippi ia
the interest, of the sub-lressury
scheme, briefly slated are as ff
lows:
It is chatgeil that eighteen years
ago McDowell was an active lie
publican in Arkansas a mcmbernt
Ih Loyal Republican League ana
a leader of Ihe negroes. It is saM
that he ran for oflice as a Kepb
can, and that lie was a Republican
justice of the peace, Ihe clerk or
negro clerk of Ihe court of Den
count v, and that he associate!
fe!v with them and making him
self, generally very companionable.
The witnesses examined by
American are very apecific in their
charges, and Ihe exposure or
Dowell'i past career has created
great sensation in Tennessee.
Scarpologv. or the science f
telling Ihe diararcler t
by Ihe wear of the "I" W
boots, has been attentively studiea
by a Swiss doctor of the name ot
Ualli. Speaking briefly, wear
the back of the heels in"'"
iodicales conceit, pride and raniiy
Soles worn towards the toes dem
onstrate deceit, and even cnmini
ity, while a sole that shows a"
eqaal amount of wearon eenr
part of the surface denotes a frani
upright and fearless chaiacter.

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