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e In Imi Mia f The ma ti everything. who wunts to nrjiue The twin t lint beat- n horse nml Rlnrve n row. The man wlioilnes iml slay at home ot night. The man who love the sound of his own sweet voice. The mini who i hu.k-t it is smart to be brusque to si ranker. The man who k-eps his seal while ladies nre standing. The man who boasts ot hii own extravagance and vice. The man whose alphabet always begins at the third vowel. The man who tells one s'ory to the same man a dozen lime. The man who at forty thinks he i handsome and charming. The man who would letch the umbrella back in ten miniilr-n. The man who borrows books and papers and never returns I he in. - The man nho intteriiipls you when you are trying to talk to him. The man who thinks the world will fail to move on when he is gone. The man that calls everybody that does not believe as he due a crank. Senator Vance bejian lite and gradually worked his way up to Congress where he has nothing io do irom morning till night but legislate in the interest ot pood government daytimes and answer letters Irom Ins cow-tiluenls at night. As a young lawyer he at tracted attention of the court by his Craggy mountain methods ol settling niatte;S with opposing counsel. "Will vou step otiUide and repeat that remark If" he would say in n low lone Io coun sel, motioning over his shoulder wi ll his thumb. Then if counsel said yes, they would slip out quiet Jy and in an ex parte method ar range the matter, returning later with from Iwo to four eyes closed and resume the trial. One of his earlier caes was taken by Mr. Vance on shares or at the halves, he Io receive 50 per cent of the judgment for his work. His client during the trial developed into a person criminally liable, and un der the old statute received a ver dict o 57 laslie. Ever since that Mr. Vance has accepted no cases excel t at an agreed price. lie was n I raid that he might deprive some poor man or his family ot the lashes that they needed for I he winter. Bill Xye. We have been on a week's visit In some ot our leading relation". We carried our own provisions with ns, and they enjoyed our vis it very much. One ol them drop ped (lead whle we were present, and, being a coroner by birth, we held an inquest on him and made 17. The Lord will provide, a During our absence it was rumor ed the our only roller had caught lire from spontaneous combustion and that the paper would not come out. It's pretty hard to back a Georgia muie up hill, but the Ban ner got there just the same, and has seen two ol her conlempora ries tturve to daih in the past week. We addressed the Grand Lodge ol the Sons of Tem perance last night, and alter our speech was ended nnd over they carried us through I he (own on their shonlders. The trouble whs they couldn't afford a wagon. Our printer got in a row wilh us last night and during the fight that ensued we lore off his shirt. rn , ... inis maiies two Blurts that we now po.-sess. So look out form Sunday 1 If we don't lead the meeting it will be because there is no rhance of a eollaction. Atlan ta Constitution's Billville Banner. The Atlanta Constitution says : "If Horace Greeley were alive lo-day he would say: uYounr man go South!"' The West has been over-boomed. Too much has been attempted in a short lime, and the whole section hns been mortgage blighted. The South has enjoyed a natural growth.and she has room for double her present population, without crowding anybody or causing her lands to rise to a figure beyond the means of industrious poor men. Young Southerners are beginning to appreciate their home nd vantages, and they no longer have the Western fever. They have decided that the best thmg they can do is Io stay at home and grow up with the coun try. Columbus believed the solid part of the sphere to be larger than the liquid part, nnd the distance by tho sunset road between IheEist Indies and Western Europe to be less than it is. But in ihos9 two capital errors lay the great incen tive to the execuiinn and success of his purpose. Had he known the vast planetary space covered by the waters; tho continent inter posed between his own Europe and the land ol diamonds, (old and spices; tho difficulty and peril ol the passage yet Io be braved in the lar regions ol (he antarctic pole in order to tail from our continental Europe to (he ori ental lnd by the weitern way, ha would perhap have shrunk back ia alarm and dread. Tha anuouneetneiit of a oolBn (mil and an increase of ten per cent in the price look a good deal like making the cecessity of one portion ol the people the opportu nity of another portion, E. C. FENNER, Carriages and . Harness, "OLD HICKORY" WAGONS, BABY CAKltUGKH, MCYCI.K8, 11XK HA KMC AS. 'IWCYCI.KS, W HII'S, KOUE3 VELOCIPEDES AND AND CaUIIUUK TlMUMINT.S, I.AWX TtCXXIa. 10., 10T ami 100 Grovler Street, KKW OK LEA US, LA. July 8. 30-6111 C. H. DELHI AS, 8CRAXT0N, MISS., Waolssal. Dealer in And Shippar of OPENED AND SHELL OYSTERS ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Nov. 27. 1891. 40-lv MUM SPRINGS HOTEL. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Buy tickets to Ilnckutniina Station. Mobile Sc Ohio UiiilroiH), where you will find H. 1. Ili'imm with true Imiks to Weekly Boarders to convey yon to tbo Springs. Tho Wutr is a positive cure for all Stoimich, Liver, Bowels, Kidney, Bladder and 8kiu Diseases, and Piles. Being better prcpured to nccommnditto those Recking lioutlli tlian over with nice rooiuK fur HO guests. A Triul of this wa ter is nil that is linked. For further information), address Dr. 1). B. Williams. Krsitlmit Phvsiciim, or H. J. I'mUS. Proprietor, liculintr, Sprint's, Ala. April 11, !.. 7-tim 0. L. COWART, (Successor to E. T. Cowart & Bro.,) HoMmssioN) (Merchant, Wholesale Dealer in POTATOES, APPLES, OXI0X8, CABBAGE, ETC., Also Poultry, Eggs and Sams. Numbers 100 and 102 North Water Street. KtSty!008! Mobile, Ala. Oclolmi 10. l)l lf JOHN J. 0R1SG0LL, DEALER IX 7 Staple & Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Wiaos ts Liquors, CIGARS & TOBACCO A Specialty. 335 k 337 S. Bimpirt and 3S3 Oirod Sts., NEW ORLEANS. LA. Jnnnnry H. 1892. 4G 1? l, OCE.t.Y SPRI.YGS, .VIS3. ON THE BEACH. IU. 1, RT, Proprletrssi. Mineral Waters Analyzed by Br. Joseph Jones, of New Orleans. Ths Esilthlsit and Plsasantsst Assort of Any Southern Cesit. Finest Fishing, Hunting nd drives. This Csnimnmiin Hotel hiu just been roSttnil with Hot Water Hesters, Mew Carpet in ball, snri spst-tRHint. and other modern convsuieooaa. Families boarded at rassoualile rates. IIST Of AOCOKX0B1TI0M FOI TOOMsTS. CCVK11- ouituvkus a rsotrtorou. Oct.ar. mi. :J5-ly Mi prescribe tt with gmt ialltfcilM lor Iht na of ail '"si wsr mi rnirirr, rmnrf an I arjiar' I DO lit. BtsM ILlf KB. was. flUnduUt Iwelllnn. m. sworn iom vicm sua Rneamatlirri, Malaria, sltl Qhronla Olcm tfeat aw real-tod aU ratm t, Catarrt. CURES 8kln Dlwaui. Ccatma, Chrunle Varuala t'guiulaiDU. atrial Poison, Ttiur, Srald Htait ttr., ate. TUT P.P.P.k CURES AlARIA 5?Siiin?KnSninn3nns5 cU.ni(ff mtnfmVm if f. t. r .rrkkir m, ru itox a. rn,.,imm. ao uj uu i J r LXPPXaV BB08- Prnrlttari, Droitt, Uppmn,i Bkxsk, BA7AIIAB, ttA. bold by J. W. 8tewar(, Moss Point, ud Dr. W. A. Cox, Soiauton, Miss. January 82, 18D8. 44-ly Job Printing:. tlAil)IMssitmWIM WE PRINT. At lower rates than aliv where in the South, Cams, Letter and Hill Heads, En velope., Programmes, Post era, briers, Blaulct, Pamph lets, and every other olas of printing. Sand ni yonr orders. Batislaetion lven. f, Democrst-Stsr Job Office. Yob Frintinir. ' . i WtaeVaVM&aJ wm j) jjf nil t tdb.im. btduii it! nonimui nnnc rxnnFoisoR jjw powtrmi n'liti-, ano an ainifni appsntisr. Ball ill iik up tha yilaui rapidly. Udlaa whoaa nstaM ara poltoa what Ut4 It m SSSSSaHSSM DUS. BETTS & BETTS, 3J St. ChsrUi St., Hot Orleans. La, WtJ TTftTTC Dobtllty, Sperniatorrhn?a. Sent U MAV V WW W iual Louea, K iglit Kmii ion. jm ut Vital Pttwnrs, hlevplunitne.il, leMjudeiu-y, uwiiir Mun tihtoininena, Loan of tumorr, Coufuaioo uf lileaa. LaMitude, Denuiwdon of SDirita. Avernion Dull. listlMK, UuSt fur Study or HiMincM. and Sndaliroa burden. SAKKI.Y, PKKMAKKNTLY and PR1VATKLY CUKKD. BLOOD AND SKIN 'Zrrlst moat horrible in its result, rnmpletelr eradicated without the Ufe of merenry. Stmfiila, F.rvaipe)aa Fever Borea, Rlott'hea Pimplea. Clrera, l'alns In the Head and llonea. Syphilitic Sore Throat. Mouth and Tnniue Catarrh. Kte., PKRMANKN'l'LV L'UltEO WIIKN OTHERS UAVG FA1LE0. TTTJTTff ATJV Kidney and Bladder Trou U XVlll Alb X , bleu. Weak Back, ItiiruinR Urine. FrequencT of Urinal In?. Urin. hlxhly roC ored or with milky sedimeut on standing. Oonor rhie, Ulei-t. CvKtitia, Kte , pnnnptly and aafely cured. Ohargen reununable. To Young Men and Middle Aged Men. AdTTTn? fTTTM? Tho awful effects of wUXbA wUXvIl Karly Vice, which bnuga organic weakmsa. destroying bulb mind and body, with all its dreadful ilia, permanently cured. Urethral Stricture SSSriK si complete i neither knife, caustio nor dilation; without psiu or injury. Proof Indisputable. Mncllv li!mMllv Itiai'ouriftirMl. Iiik of (lotiftilffllftA (! TJT"PTC! Address thane who hare impsfred thesiHelres by iin miner Indulgences snd solitary habila which mm win iMxly and mtnn, nnlltting thi for business, study or iniirrisire. MAltHIKU MEN, or those enterinr on thst hap py life, swareof phy,icsl debUity, quickly ssaiatrd. OUlt SUCCESS is bsseil on fscta. First Practical Experience. Second Kvery csa is especially studictl, thus staniug ariglit. Third Medicijiea nre prepared in our labrutory exactly to suit each case, thus etTecttng cures without injury. 1' Send 6 cents )Mtage for celuhrated works on Chronio, NervoiiN and Dclicnte Diseaaes. Thousands enrol, f jp'A frienilly letter or roll may save you future euflcriiig and nhame, and add gidden years to life. VKo letter answeri-d unless accompanied by 4 cents in stamps. Address or call on DBS. BETTS & BETTS, 38 St. Charles Stmt, Now Orltani. La. December t(, 1891. ly F. C. Turner & Co., KUFACTUItEnS 01' Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Bullusterg, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Etc. REGULAR SIZES IX STOCK. Dealers in Bnil lciV Hurt! ware, Glass, 1'utty mid Pure Mixed Paints. F. C. TURNER & CO., CORNER RT. ANTHOXY ir..V.M. A la AND WAIKR STREETS, i'lOOUe, Ala. April 30, l""l 0-ly L. & N. THE GREAT Louisville and Nashville R. B. THROUGH TRUNK II Detweont he Cities of ClXCIXNJTl, LEXISGTOX, LOUISVILLE. EVAXSVILLE, ST. LOVIS, And Hie Cities of NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS MONTGOMERY, MOBILE and NEW ORLIAXS. Without : Chancre And With Speed Unrivaled. Shortest and Quickest Boute From Kew Orleans, Mobile Jt Montgomery, to ITorth, East West. Ptillmsn Cniy withnnt cbniijre to Nasli ville, Louisville, Ciiioinimti, Cbicngo, wit h but one change to all Northern and Eastern Cities. Tli rough Conrbos from Cbnttutiooj; nud NHshville to ISt.: Louis, ennuectiug direct lor cities in tue iMortnwest. Tiiint i errania seekinft homes on lino of this AUUUlgrUUlH rwul will receive special rates. See agents of this Company for rates, ron t os, etc.. or write C.P.ATMOKK, O.P.&T. A., Louisville, Kv Montross Hotel, soeeceee 11 e e e s o BILOXI, MISS. THOSB WISHING A FIRST-CLASS WINTER HOME, Correspond with MA J. P. J. MONTROSS, Proprietor, BILOXI, MISS. upen ine x ear ouna. December 11, 1891. 42 ly ONL MANUFACTURERS OF THE WELL KNOWN KINO" BEE TOBACCO. Manafsetnren of nnd Wholesale Douler. in All Kinds of TODACCO CIGARS AND SMOK ER 8' ARTICLES. COR. DECATUR and UR8UL1NE8 ST8 New Orlr tt La. Deetmbtr 4. ltt. 4t-ly a rractlcal EdicatlM. The old man pently stroked the brown hairol the sweet pirl nest ing upon liis brensi. It was evi dent tint he was very proud of her, and when wilh a fond kiss sjie lttlt the room, he lured again lothe visitor, his eyes filled wilh parental aireclion. "Wonderful sirl, llitaf he inns ed, rubbing Ins bands together cleefullv. The (frelichl sent a fitful gleam to illumine his tine venerable face. "Splendid education," I he old man observed. "Ah, indeed !"' ' The father stared into the plow ing grale and chuckled with satis faction. 'Cost lots of money," he mur mured, '"but it pays." He appeared to be very well sat isfied indeed. "Very" The visitor felt it necessary Io make some comment. "Accomplished, I dare s i.v. ' "Accomplished, be hanged !" The old man was quite violent. "No, sir," he insisted, 4,my daughter has a practical, industrial education, the most finished that money could buy.' "I want to' The visitor professed a polite in credulity, "Know. Sewing and housekeep ing, I suppose?" "Ho, sir, no sewing or house keeping, but she ean drive a nail straight every time. A practical location, sir, strictly practical:' The firelichl spnt a flllul gleam to illumine his fine venerable lace Ges. W. L. Cabkll, ol Confed erate lame, a staunch Demncr.it, speaking of (he situation in Texas, says that the split of the Demo cratic party on Slate candidates will nut effect the Presidential election, and that Cleveland will carry the Slate by 200,000 majority. -oo An American citizen was recent y released from a German prison I the instance ol I he Urited states Government. lie had been con victed of being a deserter from the 'russiiin army and sentenced tj imprisonment for seven month. A Michigan school ni irm recent- y discovered thai thirteen boys of tender age in her school hail re- olvers in ijieir pocketi. As thir teen is an uuluckv number, it is safe to presume ih il nil were dis- rmed nnd severely flogged. Ocean steamship stock has greatly depreciated this season. he expense ot lying in quarantine is a heavy one, and to Ihisl i.-s must be added what might be made were ocean traffic uninter rupted. A hor.e in Lock llveu has n black coat in winter, but in sum mer it becomes a beautiful roau. D NEGLECT thatC..hor .r larostttUiicatenarouwttll Asthma, Bronchitis. Consumption. DAVIS'S? COMPOUNDOYRUP Is pleasant to take, sure to cure. Fifty years trial proves every dose effective. at ui Druggists ' COo. and 81.00 per bottle, Tak no substitute. JOHN H. COLLINS 4 CO.. PHIUOCLPHIA, PA. Biliousness cured by DAVIS' LIVER PILLS. September 2, 1492. 2A-9st Shuqualak t Female College Cejjins its'l'liirtceiilh Session on SEPTEMBER 21, 1892. ExonlliMit health, cool morals, thor ough instruction and home-like munnge nieut ore iiasiirrd. Best professional tal ent on tho fucul ty. Experienced tencliers ot the National Conservatory, in charge ot musio depart ment piuuo, organ, guitar and voice vulture. The Art Studio hus a superior artist at its head. Chiua paintiug a specialtv. Term rauontUiltcharaei low. Uonnl. tuition and musio, nil foi l60 for whole Session. Located right ou the Moliile oV OhioRuilroiid, 185 miles north of Mo bile. Reduced rates of travel to students. The cheapest colleire In the South with us advantages, tor young ladles. Apply tor lurtlier lufomnttion. L. M. STONE, President. 8hnqtinliik, Miss. Jjly ti, 1893. 82-3m II. I. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp Street, Kew Orleans, WATCHMA KER, AND DBALKR IN FINE WATCHES, Every sort of watches repaired. Jewel ry made to order. Diamonds reset in newest style. All at reasonable prices aim tuny giinrauteuu. April 85, ltftKL 8-ly H. F. RUSSELL, OCEAN 8PR1NG8, MISS., DIA.LEK IN CONFECTIONEHV, .ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINES. Patronage of tb. SHrronnOing eonotry mioiwia. September 37. 1889. 11-tf rim nnnr lima fix nlant vnnr fal advertisements in the Dihocrat ISIAK. A. A. WOODS WALTKK SCOTT, ESTABLISHED 1868. A. A. WOODS & OO., GKNEIIAL OFF1CEH, NO. 37 CAItOXDKLKT STKICKT, COlt. UKAVIKH, OITOSITK tlOTTOS ESI.'UAKGE ORt.KAKS. Dwelling and Sugar House ROYAL 1JV8URAJYCE CO., OF LIVERPOOL. ENOLAMO. Cash Capital. .110.000 00..00 Cash 'lrs Surplus. , l'isee.rii.io LOSSES PAID WITHOUT Till OFFICE, 37 I'ARONDELET A. A. WOODS k CO., Deeetulier 4. 1801. IE. W. EMM3E1IIL1L, . for jniasMssifft cimst. OFFICE AT BILOXI, M1HK. Repreentinrtlie btrnngest nnd Mom Literal Companies in the World LWerpool It Londoa k Glee. Ia.nra.es Compaajr. Puwnli Insnrsncs Companr, of Brooilvn, y.w nsrtfsrd Fir. Insarancs Conpaay, of Hartford. Conn. kfei'ha lea' A TrwHlera Insuruo. Conipan.T, of Hew Orlea.a, La. Uultrd Uadarwriton Iararue. Coapaar. ef Atlanta. Oa. Nw Orloana Insnranc Assoriatioa. of Mow Orleans, Ijl All of the above romnanlra hare rompllcd with th laws of ihsStauof Mississipi.thus prolactin their patron, boaiilxa contrihnting larf.lv to tb. revaau.. of th. Stat, awl countias, by their w apocial lieaas.. and thst uf their agcnla. LOSSES ARE PAID CASH WITHOUT DISCOUNT WITHOUT WAITING THE USUAL SIXTY DAYS. October I!. 1M01. . , XUlf HOTEL SCHMITT, ORIGINALLY ST. JAMES HOTEL, j JOHN SCHMITT. Irot RKSTADRANT AND BAR ON GROUND FLOOR. Kos. 34, 40, 4 J ami 44 Mugmine Street, July 8, 189i. NEW ORLEANS PATENT AGENCY, 26 ST. CHARLES ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA. Patents Procured & Trade Marks December 4. 1P9L The Harlman" For Lawns, Doorrsrds, Farms, Churches, Schools, Cnurt-IIonscs, C.meterits, etc. W. claim that for these purposes thi. fence is uneqtialed, and Tor tho following reasons : IT 18 HTBONG-Bccause made entirely of Steel. Tho Pickets, heavr steel wire, held to gether by wire csbles. The I.in. Posts, Y Steel and the Top Rail, Gate and Corner Posts, tu bular Steel, these in combination (riving urestcst possible strength. IT 18 ELEGANT As shown in the engraving, with Steel Posts, Top Rs!l snd Gates. It. gracefulness is in striking contrast to the clumsy wooden picket fence. It has no un.ightljr ! base boards to rot, and shade the plants. It ornaments th. ground, without concealing them. It ia beautiful and elegant. IT IS CUF.AP-ltiecost of this Fence is no mor. than for an ordinarr, cumbersome wood picket fence and less than in some localities it costs to either build or psint a wooden fence add to this that the cost of erecting is much leas than for any other lone. mad. and it. cheap, ness is established. Who would not bar. a beautiful and lasting Steel fenc. in preference to a wooden one t THE PROOF Where one. erected there is a. immsdists demand for It. It sell. Itself. See Booklet No. 1, containing handsome photo-engraving, and letter.. If you sr. int.r.std, wmu or can upou one nearest agent, or wni. The Rice-Born Hardware Co., Limited, 11, 70 01 Lamp Street, JTE I ORLE.1.YS, L.A. March 4, 1892. . S ly Tuos. J. Woodward, Treas. Pkam. Wiout, Pms't. Ciias. V. Mackik, Sec'y Woodward, Wight & Co., Limited, NATlCLOlessil G-xocexs, SHIP CHANDLERY, RAILROAD AND BULL SUPPLIES, OILS. ETC.. Nos. 38, 40, til 6l 44 Canal St , 57, 69, 61 & Oni Branch Store at M'astagoula, .fltss. W. have recently snrchaaxd tba stnrs formerly krnt ti DnliM A Snlontmm t PaarairnaU Miss., and have dxvided tu viae a full and orninlete a ara wrv, 111a .wptuiu mu., uwumn ui ...Mm ine nnanoiai iiepaniuent oi tats aiore will youns man who has Men in our employ for assay to that branch of the business. The DarkinK of goods and nrriera will be in. long experience tu this line ami of strict lutegritj aniee tnst ne win turn out Dinning nut ine ani As solicitor we hsvn secured the services of exnerienoe. who will take the lwat or care section we wish U state that any reasnla requlrin( shall hs piresMi to acivsone same, ire snu g uaraniM w tti alt NmpetiHen, finnf eMry wsmi sm class mods at tAc esrv lotmt mk vriett. Island am ah snons pnrenssea irom us win oe pinmptiy ta l ascasouia aaenorage, at vur oxpeuss. November SO, till. THE PEERLESS MONITOR COOKING STOVE, We Guarantee the Fiuest in the.City of Mobile. The Host Complete ytsk tm See an Eleetrie OU Heating Stove for $12.00, ,1lso Shh OU Heating Stove for t4.M. ' We have full line of Cooking School Novelties, also complete line of Hard warn, Tinware atia urocitery. Anuiiing in rue House rnruishing Line yon can always find t onr store. Cull sod see for yonraelf. It costs nothing to come to see ns, sua we tase great pleasure in snowing yoo wust wo navo. C. S. PAHTEID&E & CO., 991 Dauphin St., HlODIIsG, ALA. October 31.1801. 67 Dauphin Street, PIAHOS. 1 KNABE, HARDMAN, SHAW, , OPERA, BROWN & SIMPSON. Fhnc9 and Oz&ns Sold t Mutlo ft Mustoal IL1ro andlta of all Detorlptiona. WRITE FOR CATALOG UK AND PRICKS, October W, 1891. 3&-ly 1 K. FOFRPINR, Al.l.BN '. UOUAT. Risks Especially Solicited. 1 Cash Assets in V. R. Jan. L INI. .1 J.rrt, Tce.ee . ;u,t;,J6.t Paid Nine. Organisation. . fSUAL (0 DATS' DISCOUNT. ST., Opposite Cotton Exchange. Ceneral Agents. 41-lT of Eailand' ltojal Inuranc.;Cainpuy, of Liv.rpool, Englajid. York. PhoMii Assunacs C'obbbsuit of Lando.. KavlauA . NEW ORLEANS. La. ao-iy Registered Throughout the World. 41-ty Steel Picket Fence u.. . 63 Common St., Opposite Custom- IIoiim itocK of Oaocimu and Smif Cu.kdi aa nadi u. uadee th. .iiptirrlsian or Us. w. . Josss, a inn WITHWI Ol eonvsnwne na Mrtff pnen. yeara, and baa shewn himself callable or attending th. hands of Ma Kimntn Tnajinsa. a mntlomen of i bis oxprliiie of twenty Tears l in iUHilf a fttar- tgoacu anu will unniiratann una portion or trie unsineas. Ma. Ciias. Eviws. a aeutleman of flue abilltv and of all ahins' St an tors aa they arrive. In this funds for ttisbunienienU, rsn call oa as, as we aenverea, uj steamer, aiongsia. vessel, as snip WOODWARD, WIGHT A CO., Lramn. Mir Line of Beating Stoves SC-ly - - MOBILE, ALA a?a OtlGAtlS. Story & Clark, Chicago Cottage, Farrand & Votoj, Bowlby, Kimball. aJBaSB ca th, Er.ritrt Tcx&s Ccnth. i rut crnstiuc, The youns nionntainKoe conninu i lie jiirl fur h.iir . ' cnncl titled K. b:nk 0,( , lirea. h of promisf suit was thL' van!. It scared liim,d h0 a c)nirniiii". SOIUlK "About how much?'' ho . i . after anhort conlerence iih .. girl and her family. " i nrj nriii a consultation "Make il $14," rt norierl ti,- . 'untl we'll call it cqiiar'." ' "Oeewhillikenv' he xclmm a "that costs morn hilchin"' ' my leelingi have got t0 b ler. Tllgiveye seven," he Mid,., venture. 'lhe cirl lurnetl tin her arsued, but lie held i.u. 1 me anollier lannly conferen,, wa held. ' 'I'll split the difference and o.n it 110 6M," she saM. 0,11 "Thnt'd pnrty hard on a fellwt he pr.teKleil, "Lut tf you'll i 95 now and give me till the lustnf tliemonlli to lilt lhe balance l' UU It. ... Aiionn r conlerence a he'd and he puM in hiu V and wrnt away re)(iicing. Thie.was oniM 15th of (lie month(ftd on the 2Sih to vr.uia annum i llie JJirl ne as inn iieariy fo contiileiit. MI say, Matildy," hesnid Immblv 'i'ves..! t lilt thai $5.50 day ij! ter to inoiow, ain't I?" 'I reckon yr hev, Jim,'' she re ppetl, "er pop'II be gittin' di,u ins pnn." "rhnrBwhat I nispiciime 1, umy," nesaia pieinlinjilv, nml rve come around io say that tf you il iiive ine baolc them $5 Ml Kpuce wun you. 1 oon i sett tin live an a Hall nowhere in reach an1 am I likely to, nutlier," and lie looked up furtively at the olj mini's (run over llie door. She shook, h-r head. '"I can't do hit," t-lie decided "Why can't you, Malildy," coiixeti. "'(Jnze, Jim, I've got to Ik oonie money to buy anewrf wilh ef I eel spliced, but I'll tell you what I'll do." and she lieconw kindlier in her manner, 'Til split .1.- ..T . -il . ins uiiierence aiui yon air cive you tmck n v it. 1 kin sit a tire ler 82 an' her 50 cents ler Hit lixin s." The lace of James shone as if tin nil had kissed him, and llie'splic (nok place wituiii a week, According to experiments made t Hie Kliode Island Lxueriuienl btalion, naU sowed biondcnst come up first and make a boiler appearance all through the crov mi: reason: but at harvetl lniie show a very little lucrens-e over drilled oats. A scientist tells us that the ron eral impression I hut the trunks ut rees lengthen every year nine rect. A trunk (hat has a bran:' six leet from the ground, will lime the center of that branch still su feet from lhe ground, no mutter iow long the tree lives. Ho You know they have a fim len in Chins. They kill all Ilia pirl babies, and give l hem loth nop. 5lie Ail! .And here the Kir, are not given to the hogs till they nave grown up. A Georria church is nbout toiav peach its presiding elder beosirn ne spoke ol some ot his quarterly rounds as the "Fourth Round. I'lier accused him or reading about the Sullivan (Jorbett flcht. A wise old neero is credited with saying that llie People's par ty u made out ol the "rotien ends" ol (he old parlies, lie li nil the nail on the head. A Russian dinciDle of Pasteur, Dr, IJa Ilk ine, has demonstrated by experiments upon animals aim himself that cholera may be pre vented by inoculation. UNIVERSITY a -OP- MISSISSIPP Will open its Forty-First Session oa THURSDAY. SEPT. 15,189!. ill flunaftmAtstsl nt ! ITulTflrsitr i" in excellout conuittou lor mosi cuw work. . The plan o study I. so arranned m allow all desirable options iu wleetinf course for tbe Bachelor's Degree, or In W plauning of work for the (Mist grad"1 degrees of M. A. or Ph. D. The grade of scholarship is being tiu nally advanced. The various deps menta are In charge ot competent, v est and progressive men. Jjarge sou liable ailditlotts have beea made reeeW to tho material equipment ot tbe tnatit tion iu the soiautifio and Law dePfT ments. The Library afford splsudslf eilities for stady and Investigation. V Faculty of instruction nnmbers SI. u Ko tuition Is charged, exeeptiufS SJ of 00 to law students. Other fees expenses are moderate. No low"1? can claim a better record than this W'T deportment ot It students during loo" sinn Just elosed. , , u. Send far catalogue and special uouueement to RoBirr BcBWiUjFutTOi University, P. 0., Miss. Expreaa offloe, Oxford. July S3, leW. tits 0051 AT THIS OfFICB. '