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Meek sage, npna wh-., lips andl pje
Weittd each mvystic holy powers.
Tholbgh you have Sd. she world of men,
Yoer eutle spirit still is ours.
Ab, when three nohle natures pean
To enmae fair woirld twy.r.n the itnld,
Who Muara the image no the tliss t
Who thiuks aught buried a ith the shroodt
Rare aonni there are i hnoe presence beams
Aemroonr life with ran ideal;
Strong mho, who living are like dreams,
But, absent. grow divin.*ly renl.
And et to think that he in gnne
Fir fronm the cirrle of earth's eare,
Whn rface wanlif with trlith'brl,rtdawn
It mites and turns the heart to tears.
Still I hehnltl himnt. rm aind iall,
Walking the O..Im villae tret ;
Sn rapt, vet kI*n. andl greeting all
With asniles that make the rude air sweet.
Upright, alert. benignant. ItIre;
Kind neighl,ir. .eer silt lorwt de p;
A man whose wiutlm shall endrr.r,
Whose meumry homt.ly folks will keep.
Ob vain to chent nor ,onging eyer
That saw lite virtnle blh.ea the day !
Vainly the heart for wlore rries:
"So April, ended. trin.g the Mai.'"
-UOs er P. Lathrop. in Harer'r Warkly.
The Longest Speech.
The longest spleech on recornl in
believed to have been tIade by Dr.
De Cosmos in the legislature of t
British Coonlmia when a ueasure
was pending which woltd take fram
a great ma,,y settlers their lautn.
be Csosno wat in a hoteltess mitor.t
ityv. The Job had been held balick
till the close of the session, andl ti-.
less legislation wsit taken bewfore
Mloon of a given dayu the act would
fail. ThI dty efotre., I)e Cotet.ti
got the floHr t 10 a. m., itd begant
to speak alglinet the bill.
Its friends cared little, for they u
anpposed that by one or two o'clhck
hie wohi be thrbnugh, andl tre bill
putI on its ipaalge. One o'clock
came and lie was still epelkifig.
Two o'clock--le was e ing "iii
the seconud place." Three o'clock t
be producel a fearful hundle of paI. -
pers, and itsialted on readitig them. i I
The majority began to have sipli. V
elotlse-e was goitig to plwak till l
the next noon, mad kill the bill. th
For a while they btcame nmerry wi
,ver it; but as it came on to iiduk m'
they got alarmed. They tr i.ed ins
terruptions; but a ,it abai ,h.,cdI Ill
theum, because each one tifltrdeil I',
himl a clhace to lirtt.~aes unl rett. I,
They tried to shott hiin dow,. bilt t.0
that gave him treatlhitug atInce, anel d
flually the.y sttlh.ed d(|,wt! to watch. if 1
the combat betlwteen strength of will a:t
and weakness of oitly. They gtn(e thi
him no ntrciy-. Noadjoitrti rirltlt ifor th,
dinler; Ino) cIhance to do IIure than N('i
to wet his liiaps itl watter; Ilo all. th"
dering froml tlhe clIiject; ni sitlllll g Pi
down. .Mem~ners ilipllld iout to eatr tI
in relays, and returned 1l0 1h1-1, hitnill
De Citlnoao awent otn. The Np;eaLker li
was alternately dzilg andl tiI tillg Col
to look wide awnke. I)aay dtawed,
atil the mjoritly llipeld out it tl
squada to wash and breakfast. andl ,f
1)e Cosmos kept on. It can't be itlld
said it was a very logical. eloquent, ar,
or sustainled spweci. There were l
repetitions and digreussions. BuIt t1 I
still lie kept on until lnoIn c;ne to as
a batfBeld majority, liviid wath a range for
uand islpotelnce; andt a single mnll h:t
was triomphlint, tlough his voice to
bhad stunk to a hutky twhi.aslr, his hits
bloodshot eyes were altmostt shullt,
his regs tottered, atnd his baked lip I
were cracked and bloody. Ile had my
spoken twenty-six hours, and saved paI
the settlers their hltini. fat
The North Pols Fever. .
A naval ofmcer, .Matter Lncien al'i
Young, heas pro~lmed to ('togresm a:s
to start ont for the North 1lh, aid out
wa;utt at ship built at the ealwnse of l
*500,000. Whant they w'atILt t do l
is to surrounl himn, throw a Idhiket :poi
over his head ild ltk him up in a the
reltrigertor wilh a timne lck on i,
the door at to open in alout uere rep
years. Whelln let get o that they Th
bare got the North Pole on the thle
brain there is nothitg thit will pi;
core them except ice, antd pluty of "
it. It ahould be primna rcide evi.l
dence of softenilg of the brait for It
a man to unfold nny plan for dis.- the
eaverinug the Nortb Pole.-Peck'sa Yo'
A girl named Taylor, in Caldwell Hie
eounty Mo, aged 11 years, is aI kna
oet eO*tenth of what people 5
My inmeia to saything. self
M Military Termls Explaind.
Fatigue duty mneans details made
from compllliia for duty, work ot
all kinds, suchb as loading and un.
loadIiIlg quArter-raster and colmnmia
iO' nary ngeons, retmlring roads, diele.
e's, etc. Pohllee duty is the keepin, g
of the cramp in order, sweeping, etc.,
e,It and is generally Iwerorledl by the
SoldI gpuard, though soUletimues i
lspecial detail is eade for thle pur
meIpose. A field work is a work eI
dirt thrown up for the purpose of
giving protection from the enemly's
"-tire. The bel't order for ghlltilng
ith breech-loadling rifles is in open
order or as skirlicllers. If ia call
aoneluds to fire, a soldier dfies only
when Ilhe see somethilng to shllout at.
File closers are nouicorumllissiotnede
,oAicers or tmen imarchbilg in rear of
coUlmpany, and their duties are to
chlleek all disorders, keep the ranks
well closecld lip, and to caution Umen
who are tiring too high. File"clos.
era uasier t:ike part in firing uuless
tile comimueansld is hand preei.ed, at
hisoae quarters, and when ever.
iateliliable musket is needeld. Tiue
ties is the art of mo ilng troops in
the presence of an enemy. St rate
Sgy is the science of cooductitng the
oiperations of war out ofsight of the
J enemy. An alignlment is the line
Il can which troops are formed or
dressed. A poillt of appni is the
Sfactt of rest or towards a hich tuu-.
Iaenie's are ldresse'd. A ivlot is the
fixed or nmoeable point upotn which
, change (iof direction is mtule. A
lepdlhn ment is the forming of a col
ucnn of twos or fours into line; a
Itployment is the forming from liune
1 ilto coluutm.--N. : Graphic.
k The "Father of the Orphans."
A remarkable chlurnecter, who de"
k serves public recognition for the;
good work Ile has a'comnplished
d. rilng his lifie, has recently died in
Vienna. His name was Ferdinanl
I Iteidt, hot he was better known as
the "Iither of the Orphans." lie
was a man of means and hiappily
marriced, Ibut he and his wife were :
chtlnl!ess, and so they agreed to
Ie mke tile fatlherles and nlotlher
le'ss their sinecial carte in life. Hle a
thssgan ce:llly fifty ye-ars ago by
St.aking hatlrly rel.rge of two or I:
lthree orphans, but his good worki
ausnlned sllch prorirtiolls that a
a:t tile time of his death lhe was
the legal guaiirdiant of nmore than a ,
thousande.il children. lIe kept con.
Is(eielltiOns iatch a:lld ward over 01
thellese Iadolted i'ones dulrinlg theliir a
ea lly edliaition and tlheir youth
Iuntil theier imarriasge, or their start "
in adihult life. lIe was ienals sueinig ti
aI ll inever laimed Il redit for hbis/
ilotle work.--(')ritriane Union.
- ---- .
In alluding to the proverhlial itch. I
ing of n Oihoints's palm for the spoils
of publlic otnice, tile New York 1Her o
alld says that when namie political
ortacle sees a ('loud rising above tilee
llititiail horizon in Ohio no higger I
than a mall's hand, it is to lie takenl ci
as Ieno ee aIItnoUt laIrtetlt of a stornm,
for an Ohio neanl's hand is to the
lhand of ianother mani as ,aituibo is IT
to thile most dimninutive specioen of t"
his species. 1
--ml - . -w
"'Pa, am I a little silnner" '.Yes, ci
my son, we arle all sinners." "Antd, t<
piN'ap, thie Ilihle says thie devil is the oi
father of sinllers, dowei't it " "Yes,.
dlear, I believe it does." '"Then,l
palpR, are you the devil" Hlis o. tI
s*Iring's |opic was too mucl for him
and hle mlillwdl out of tle room with. k
out answeritg.- Y'onkers Gazette.
"What lainatici Aylum is that?" t
asked i stranger in Philadellehia,
poillting to a lhiilincig from which
the hosst horrile sonnalhs were Ileu.
inge. "IWhy, my dlear sir," was the
reply, "that is not a Ilunatic anylum.
That isa teellale seminarv; this is
thIe munic practice hour."-Philadel.
phia .'o'twar. m
A young man who thought heh
hlad won the heart, and alow asked D
the hand icl marriage of a certain I
.oung widow, was asked by her,
dWbhat is the diflereence between my.
self and iAiMr. Basley's Durham cow'r di
He nauturally repllied. 'Well, I don't
know.' Tllhen,' said the widow 'you
had better marry the cow.' wI
No man cn, in Justice to him.
selif alord to be impolite to otherlse
Den't inO apers.
M ([Demaoret's Metbly.]
t 0f People who thonghtlessly sign
Ut documents often put their property
i in peril, and many men have
el- been ruined by endorsing for a
e frriend. How often have good
tC.. ;atnred men's fortunes been dimin
the ibhed by ohlligationl incurred care
' lesaly or without thought of conse.
ir- quences. During the rebellion the
to seamer Jessie was meized beasse
of it was snpposed she was a blockade.
' rtmner. The case was delayed it,
liu the courts for eighteen years, a
w 'n fcet which is very discreditable to
l our lawyer rulers. In the mean
Iely time all the parties defending the
at. ownership of the vessel had disap.
'e Iwarel. The only responsible per.
of son that could be found was a
to young girl of seventeen, whose
k father was on one of the ondts.
'e An obligurion of $70,000 has been
0o' rolled i)p, which this young womnan
r*" will be forced to pay unless the
a law somnehow interposes to save
r her. She will be rained Ilnancially, I
c- as that sum is greater than her
ill ilheritllnce. Here is a case in
to which a person is punished who is
he entirely inneocent of any offense.
he But the moral of this instance is,
n. don't put your name on bonds or
or cotes, for it may ienjnre not only
he yourself, but your innocentchildren.
in -- -
he Be honest from preinciple.
Lh Be juset withlout being cruel.
A Be emphatic without being pro.
a Be charitable without being
Be prudent without being selfish.
lie generous wi&wbeing waste
elie reverent without being er A
i Ie devoted without being bigoted.
n li religious without being fanat.
Be zealous without being iutol
lie respectful without being so.
Be proud withont being hanghty. tl
Be gentle and kind without being to
n lumii, sive.
lie forbearing and forgiving. hut
Snot to thait extent of proving wrolg. 01
Ble firm and utt iehlieng in your
adlheranlce to truth anlld right.
He ever an attentive listener to
Ile as ready to graut freedom to
Sotlhers as you are to enjoy it your.
lie as careful that you do not
chehat your neighbors as you are
that your neighbors do not cheat
lie more intent npon improving
your manteners anti morals than sea
ulen iecreneaig your fortune. sad
lie too prowd to defile your lips
or your breath with tobacco or
lie aere you speak the truth at
all times and you will be a good
A ynnng lady at a temperance 1
meetisng Msid: 'Brethren and sis.
ters, cider is a necessity to me, and
I teust have it. If it is decided that
we are not to drink cider, I shall
eat apples acnd get some young man
to tlsqeeze.me. for I can't live with.
out the juice of apples.'
A small boy testiticd in the jous
tice's court that the alray took
Ilehee on Suunday. 'llow do you
kcow it was Sutda.,' 'Beense
that I had to go to the back door
of the saloon to get beer instead of
I the frout door.' to
Formerly Senator David Davis' t
independence was supposed to have
an appeludage of Democratio pro
clivities. Can 41y one tell where
them proclivities are nowt -
The Demaocratic executive com.
mittee of Illinois met at Spring.
ield ou the 8th sed called a state
nominating couveution, to meet in
that ei September11.
A Kentucky girl wau s reesetly
struck by lightning and killed while A
dressingl for her wedding. ai
If God is the great ereator, all '
who create are more or lees Oode. gle
An bhonest life is the mseet so.
eepteble preset to the ftoers.
Wf The public are asked
to read our new and improv
ed Scheme, to be drawn in
laYC CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000
nod- TICKETS erly 08 Io. Shares
a a This is the only Lottery ever voted on
oe ad endoned by the people of any State.
*f, Lolsa State Lottery Company. ote
Sor Incororrated in 1118 for 25 years by the
IAgislature for Edlueutionnal al ('harita.
ly Ile pruposes-waith aUe.itatof $i,UOT,oUN.
'el. to whicp a rserve hind of over $50,0Mc00d .
has since beren added.
By an overwhelnming popular vote its
frainhbie was mLade a part of the prjet:t
St t Constitution adopted Decemuber 2, A
Vr B SPLENDID OPPORTQ NrTy II
TO WIN A FORTUNE. ;'9
. Its Orand Single Numler Drawings will to
take plice montlhly. IT NtVKR &CALKfoR
ig PosTPoNa. Look at the followiung chewe: -
I TGRAND MONTHLY DRAWING, T
CL.ASS G, el
At NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, July It,
0 1dP p,
L'nder the peraonal snpervisaon and man
i Sea. S. T. UEAURESARO, st Leslelasa,
sad Se000 . USAL A. EARLY, of Viglala.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75.000.
100,000 TIckets at Five Dollare Each.
Fractions, in Fifths, in proportion. Ito
o - lHo
Iur T or Ralne. Shr
1 CAPITAL PRIZE........th..co00 pe
1 1 do do. . .., 4 ee
I do do... 0.....b o
i lito 2n.u5d ........,... 10 t .
SPi0d, mon tit........... 1 I .o
Itt ' Pi"a ::, 3amouting to.... ..
CraIIa *ht M*or rlifb'Mo Order nla
ramerd only to ttnn
M. A. DAUPHIN, 8I
rThe New Orleans Demoerat and eaw Or
leans Timtre Consulidated De
rei cember 1, 1M5l.
A representative newspaper most nod
its way into every busiuese estabitabmeat
and to every fireside around which clusters
even the mest ordinary intelligence. Is
there any question in the minds of the
people living in the Southwestern and
Unit States that the Ttmrae-DamoCaAT is
that I.aper: tbst it embodies all of the ele
olent anod punweaae all the qualities that
they can expect to ind in a favorite jour
The enterprise, push and progres of the
New Orleans DiamuctAT duritg the paut
eighteenu month have Iwconle proverbial.
No jounrnal publihe*d in the South has
mitade such progress imm the same period of
time. The New Orleans titmes has beenl
for mnan years recgnized as one of the
leading journals in the country.
rle consilidalted issue, THI TImaS
on DitMCRAT. will embnuly the best velesmnts,
the highest virtues of both. It will sim
ply bie, without questimn, the ideal paper
of the bmhineas man, tile ulechamlic, pilat
er, farmer, the family. the peoile, iof all
clatses amld condiitions. It is waste of
time to enumerate tilh excellencies of its
issues. It is the emboMlmernt of tile mml
ern newspaper. Every department its it
has been rallsed to tile higlhest stanhmdrd.
Tihe Da:ily or the Weekly TIM l-I)?MNCCRAT
lh. should reach every plae$ of bulsilerss amd
every home ill tile Southwesteru and Gulf
ThI' snhscription rates for the Daily are
as fullows, payable in advance:
One year (every day) .................$12
Six months .......................... 6
Three nim,,nths........................ 3
te postage prepaid.
ta- 'fhe rates ft r thle Weekly as a follows:
One year (Saturdays) ...............$1 50
L) SaNl monthsl ......................... 75
Three m.Inths ....................... 50
its Postage prepaid.
' Tihe Weekly is never less than 12 pages
in size. and is really the best and cheapest
weekly paper published.
The Democnrat's Illustrtatd Almass
For I-12. and
Hand-Book of General Inlformaton.
An eleg.ant work of 120 pages, ix64
inches inl ier. irinted omtl finely tinted
homuk ipaper, illuntrsated thoroughly with
Imo'. tiantflf enl gmlravmings; icontaiining,
besilde. all the ilnformation peirtaining to
the ratindar, st:atisia alnd general immform
E. aitmoImnr vmatrmmsmiLencts, and speicislly uip
on the polticsl miid civil dlivisions. popula
tion. nameils of oftlials, State and munlici
pal: records ft past elections. pirtlnetinua.
railroads. geological formations, ete., of
the Staten of Louisiana. Texan, Arkansas,
Tenmesi,'e, Mismsiippi, Alabama and Flor.
idia. will be mailed free, pomstage prepaid,
to every slmmscrilwur of the DL)ily or 'eek
Siend remittanmces in registered letter,
puital order or draft, at our risk.
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II to TIHE TIME$-DEMOCRAT.
•R New Orleans, La.
TiE traveling public and regular board
ere will fii/f this hbasae a oru-fortable
s lod well suplpllied ase the remourre, lltdl reu
ditii of tie tcoutr I alli Iprlmit. The
lchargeic are li0 .. l,','nable. The .Stage
Stand is kepm t at thi litel.
I kave al, attanlied to my hotel a new t
amd m nimmtnmliotui Stable, well isiplHiedrt % ml
provellder and wat-r mand a goid ostler al- a
waveys o hand to attend to stock.
The travelug public will ii well tomgive t
one a call. A. J. REYNOLDS.
RL'NNING RATE OF THE
NOBTIH LOUISIANA STAGE CO.
Homer to Minden, ...............$2 O 0
to Iellevm e ............... 4
to Shreveport, ............... 6 o I
Freightr or artra Bagoage:
Homer to Mitnden, 100 pounds, i1 00
to 15illa.i ie,' 100 "o 2 0)
to Shreveport, 100 " 3 00
iHomer to Viennat, . .....3 0II
to Douglas, ........ 4 00
to Forkaville, . . 5 00 al
to Trenton or Monroe-........ 6 00 1i
Freight or ertra Baggage:
Homer to Vienna, V 100 lb. $1 50 P
to IDoglsa, 2 00 bi
to Forksmville, 2 51 i'
to Trenton or Monroe, 3 00 tt
Stag'.s arrive andmi depart daily from
Shreveport and Monroe.
I repectfmmllv molicit the patronage of the
I peole, prioising fast time iad easystages.
- Respect fmlly,
S F. M. THOMASON, 8lwrpert.
May2 6, 144. "41:tf TI
t t e.
iouthe m unejiiflag mpsyisero
.in sown ~to thaa Phred to m--
DO Uvr a y 3Tu 3, e
8o~th,~ Cm ~*~** fb
Thenndeslu~ aks petamremm ak
ingknwntht b I ptsrvi t mnoacpe
tar orrepir Dogie, Wgo o a
Governor, 8. D.
LienS. Uor aflor, O.L.
Secretary of State, - W. A. b j
* Attorne OGeneral, J C. Cb.
Auditor Pub. Aceta., ALLEN . '
Sop. Pub. Edcation, E.
ad Chief Justice, E. E. 8I im
rat Asolciatea, C. E. iE )n'
n ow. B. lI,
,e " . P. iPOC
is United States Senator, W. P. KEIJ.O
le- . B. F. JO|
oat Representative, 5tb Die., J. FLOYD ijj
11th Judlcial Distritth
et District Judge, E. V. ORAlRA.
s. " Attorney, A. BARKSDAL-,
t RtOth Seaaterial Distrlet
'en senator, J. D. WlAT'i
be " J. c. yTARO
Ua. ClaIboors Parist
t, Representative, A. L. AT]h[
J. R. PRIMg
r Clerk Dist. Court, DREW FEROI'mI
all herill', J. H. I. TATL
of Tas Assesaor, W. J. 'p(_
its Parish Treasurer, J. H. SliHI.
l " Physician, 8. R. RICHARI'ON'
it Coroner. 8. R. RICHAP-pg'
rd. Parish Surveyor, B. R. COLEMj
LAT POIC1 JtraT OAR-D:
lid Ward 8, T. D. MEADOt. W&
nlf 1, JY. J
s, W. L. JOl.
S 3, W. 8. COPELL%,
4, JOHN MILLER.Jý
112 5, J. W. N]cFAtLdj,
6 6, T. W. HOIWA.D'
3 7, L. R. AY'
Clerk of Board, J. R. RANi '
so Ward 1, Justice, J. M. BARgM
75 Constable, C. H. THONYPW
5o Ward 2, Justice, E. O. CHRIlI1AI,
Countable, W. H. MeKYrAL,
Ward 3, Justice, J. A. BiOO-,"
s u Constable, JOHN GtIB
wt Ward 4, Justice, J. 8. It(HAI LU..,
Constable, R M. ALI A1II.
Ward 5. Justice, R. J. BRILOUI
S Constable, W. W. III 11 Ill
Ward 6, Justice, J. 0. COPELAIp
Constable, D. J. 11iKt
Ward 7, Justice, J. FERGI'EO,
R J. W. WILLI
Constable, R. P. HA1IIL,
tl " J. W. IlARR1,
g, Ward 8. Justie'. D. A.J. CARATHIUS,
to Constable, JESSE AICOCI.
p Board of tSchoel Directors.
G. 0. 0 LL, President,
J. I. CIAI'iELL, Becretary,
"B. T. LEDIETTIER, I L. A. CObiMIC
" I. A. McFARLAND, I T. BRIDGEAIIN
a, W. D. HESTER.
Town of Ieomeas
Mayor, J. E. RUA,
r, Selectmen, O. O. OiW,
8. Y. OLAINET
S " B. A. BRIDGL
" W. W. ARMt (lE
J. R. RANSIT'
SMarshal, A. C. JOlNE'
Clerk. J. R. RAYM,
Treasurer, D. W. lHAlli
IIMl. NEW YORK, IM.
The St'.u for 1552 will make its fifleesA
w annual reolultiun under tlh present usa
ii ageirurt, shinilnig, as always, fair all, ig
1- sald little, slan smid gracious, cenlesiJ
alId i llOnappy, Itclpubllan and Drai
e iratic, deprlravedlid irtull,n, intelligem
a'.Ud oltuse. The FuIr's light is lair la.
killd still wnr,stllkllld of terty sort; bt
its gemilal warmth i. f,,r thie raod, whilll
pIi'u hot tllarclsilr.t en Ii" hblisteil
buckl of the prllistle- IhI wick c.
Ti'e sin u.'t v;. st unel aper osf
kIl :tl . It iei i : r l oI m any i t the fer
iniid a uIl :: lrati . " I I ti.e Ln mwri uuI s weed
iid i lji, q o of j.iirt.lllem. It adma
tIrok to trlieit t ill a fie .li, succinlt, sweer
. ntmin.lt ay all lthe newms of mthe wue4l,
S,llllltll ot event of hi mlan intlrest, ass
(nmilllllllllilig upon illuillt with the fere
*l,ain-,.n of' lsaollate ilndpe*ndenmc. TM
ciin '. eno o(f this epl.,nwinl h.t a ns the enelas
of Till: $0t'S. It tl -t.id,,ln a petlll"t
4,. Ig ts ti mli. style l of A i,,, lmri, it,all
l P-r.* Elory important jiiniali etnelnl".
rd rt Iht. oiinintry in the oIen set eint -4I4
he. I,b.,n m,11.* .llod after Thell f . Etery
n ii t"tliilt t jiiirn nlt uliamlmv rexiting ie
(t I.. ,. ntiiolitid anld bIttertl by Itle fen
o0 'It"r tis'm ex.mple.
'ltt: lt'm of IaVt a ill be the snic ees
slokinu,truth-telling, and interesting uner
0 a libetral noe of the means which a
O0 andant irolwerity affords, we as
Stiike. it better t haL eer befoire.
We shall print all the news, inttitst
intoi readble shalle, and meauringts its
0 portllsee, not ,y time traditional yardlstl,
Sblut by its real interest In the Ioeple. DIb
tlance from Printing Housne nare is a
the frst conaideration with ITa1 S6
Wtrhenever anytilshe happens wormb fe
prtitig wea get the parteanlare, whrkth
it happens in Rm,klan or in lnkals.
IlI polities we have decided opialsi
nnd are accustomed to eupr'cs theams
Ingprge thatbl can e underl*rld. We
sa wbhat we thinik alno men anmd evele.
That hil ii tbhe only rclretof Tl SUC
Tint: 'lWaKtmtL PI gnthrra into e1
pages the 1, -t mstter of the aevee, y
ianes. An Agcricn-lmrIa Itpafrtment (
uieislled merit, fll market raptres. g@
a lib'erl proportion nof litrerary., akatlij
and imentic itltellignce complete Te
ErrgLy Sg'.. and mlake it the. leart news.
paper for tine farmers household thalt w
Whon doesn ant knnw and read lnd lak
Twee PrDy ltr. e.arb nnmler of whiLe
is a Onlinnds of Interetlnl literatnmr
wilh the It poetry of bth day, pesa
every line worth reading, news. biam
matter ennnth tInll a goodt Inled Iak,
and inflitely more varied aud eatertaie
Ing than any hank. hig or little9
If sr idea of what a neswapperbsheeil
be pleases on,. and fo Tas Scsr.
Onr terms anre ma follIes:
Feer thee daly Ptir. a four.po ahetl
twentight eolnmns, tbe prf hy pu,
pFat paid. in s eat a tmntb, org.sU
year or. ineldilnlg the Smnday peper,
esiht -page ahleet of mir eels eaamst
price ato cets per moauth,orP.Tr 7s
Tie icman edlitlm of Ta Hu a is Ia .
trnahne slparatetly at ,1lO9 a year, p
The tik at time WaVr L s, h i,
we will seed sestra r~p Pee.
Adaerre, I* WI. 3WOLAWD •
hPiblsere a Tea se, Mw TeA UGit.