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Kjgitfriptioi of a Out night in the great city of w York in the month of Mm- , u boy could be seen standing the comer of street and ird Ave, He was locking t Iiis way and at, but not knowing which wuy go. IIh then afked a nets y to tell Inni where the newm lodging House was. He eot there nd payed for a bed, liich cost hitn five cents a night, The next morning I,h Parted ut into the largo city, and look- 1 for work. All over the city, he ent, hut could oot nml ft position, 8oinu men told him tie whs not ;ld eaough, and so mo told hint ho ad to have soveral references: ho the evening ho came back to e Lodging House tired and dis ursjjsd. The next day bo went nl again but with no Bueeoss, He wmi row getting short of one ami knowing no one in the ty, bo had to Sod some work or aire. The News Hys Lodging House ulenged to (hfl Children's Aid eWty, who tnkfl poor orphan ijdreti ami furnish them with inos, This Society had a large larra rentv-ono mile North of Now ork City, and near the Hudson iver, to whicii they talc children I! they ,'ind homes for t hem. To this farm the hoy went, im- be had stayed there a and the indian sqaws selling neck-1 iaces and bobs made out, of beads, On farther ho saw the large desert; where nothing sou Id be pejBfl but sand mid stones, After leaving Arizona, he finds othlh interesting till he reaches his destination, and there he said he wasi well pleased with hi trip. Frank l'lc. RURAL RHYMES. AND C OITKTQ- TO NOR. WOOD: " 1 1 v eoni.K ano south". Eetta Ellis was the welcome gueat of Lulu McGowen Monday night. Mrs. McCJeary of Iowa w,0 has been visiting her father ami mother for the past two weeks returned home Tuesday' Fred Kelley wa!i seen going to Mr- McGowens last Sun. what the attraction ; Grace? Mis- Buckley and Mrs, Smart are still on the trick list- The protracted meeting which lias been progressing nicely at Graved Point come to a close Sun-night. Talks and Tales oi Oil Ties, By Martin Rica A COLLECTION OF POEMS AiJO OLD-TIME STORIES, GRAVE, HUMOROUS, DIDACTIC, SENTIMENTAL AND DESCRIPTIVE. Written in n simple, ons.v style which is said by some tci bo the chief beauty of his uinip.isilbm in r.'l M'OBt'fl to those talk's and tales though some of them are mixed with a. little fiction the main incidents and ideas are substantially t rue; 1 he object in part being to give an account of the manners and customs of fifty and sixty years ago and to contrast the old I iines With the pr sen; ones. The following are the titles of a few el tlteartlclos found in the book. -"IMu---' ' ' - - i ;(0i ft,., mm. Every body come to Rock Springs the second Suh. In Jan. Jim Coble was scon going over in Wright Co. Sunday afternoon, Martha Dye is visiting friends and relatives in Wright and Tex. Co. at present writing Coble T Coble! Cohlo! Smith! lontb, the Supt, conducted four tut & -,m j.j Hello. Beulah and Maud who I! the boy. As thin boy just came to see you last Saturday mie frin the oity, he hud tOinichli. iflrn lomethlng about farm life, his was hard at first but he soon 'iimed. Ho stuyed in Missouri x months, and then started for Willie Mc(owen and Frank alifornia with the people vh.. : Williams, went to Gravel Point d adopted him. When he left Lno ,u,.,, , . u.., , , i ......... .u.tv -von n,y ij luaaa City notlunn was nilerest-1 ,C till he reached Denver Cole.. I ",u 'yuu luUl ' h're he aw the bin;., snow-top Sweetheart why don t you Rocky Mia. Afi-r leaving como to see your new cousins page A Hoqsier's Train). Old and New l''as!iioiie:l Schools! An Old Settlers Tal!,. What .1 Saw of Ot'der No, Kleveu. De (iood OJ Ti roes in Norf t'arliner. The l''isherinan's Lawsuit. The Horrors of Civil War. Old Time Rentinifecehces. Small Causes and Itrgo li.'ults, 1 book is neatly bound in cloth and contH of interesting ami instructive reudiuir a p frr- mi inn mm mm . rm re trade vith p a ne w and up-to- nnuur' PHICE ONE DOLLAR MARTIN R. MITCHELL, Agent, NO R W( X)D. M J SSOURI. i-:i boyi to thi Btate of Misso here he found gnod hohv - id h i n 5 ' Allllf I t 1 1 i hit i i i Mfircnannisfl floods ice Figfet M IB. St Eetta! Rctta! RoUa Lulu ! Lulu POPE & BRADFORD General Merchants, and Smith''. As we have "Coble and -S'uiit 1 1' on tbe brain to ni-rln we vi! nftt he uv Pik Peuk- RoingJ''(Jo0j i ises mu ne neeu ine oio t PaM, over which the piohe&n mi when they creased the Rooky Itn. m 1 S4f . Qoina on farther ring bff seen the Cnrden of the (idH here-natwr Ma toloyed iueh fri- t c a i rtiMtircKe enuous pranks, rnri he passed jAtU'i OatOv which ii a iteep pro- nice in the Grand Canon. '"' ,m, i , o u t i Well. her I (.ewe with mr then mi reaching Salt take ' , ., , little Budget of news, ity, he iuw the large Merman . ... i i . I nr.,, -w . I ... .... uiif aim laoernacic. mo n over out i jjucps i of the Temple shone us if it yo all kootv it. hi made of gold, and the large i0h- Tte m.le htttlnMi trin . -1- DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE lanos 'vqcuv: Alway 332 tr2i! is hi a J i In ,'tr i u y . 1 1 OF jr ORVOOD MO- :; hnd a fin: lot cf goods suit- 3cm and you will W 11 wyi A Ui.ll .,...,.'-. rf"5r-iv eii iv-i . tl t l t wl -J W IU . wi J ewers and pnrkx ar-mnd the intile mntle it hud; bi.'uuiilul. Then going into upper Califur- i:i he saw tho large and duliiJOUS Irnit that grew on the trees usitt io road. Going sti.l fiitthsr, he reaches Eaernmento; there in the parlv re large palm '.roes aataf twenty. vf and fifty feet high. Leaviuu fquin, he gov's south into Mtnjoagitl VftUey near Tulare Ilko. Here are 'wheat, enttU ami Itit ranches. In this vnlhv it Wvrr rains in the bummer; but rge irrigation canela are all oyer lie country. Thee eauels are t into ditches which runs into field and there over-How and iJnuate the ranch. from tlu'ro he want t,o Lot Wgeliia, Where the peepie who le s with left him to go bft$lf to vWiiteeiiri. S hi!" he satyed then IB r . tho oilier dav . at Frank Morr's let', c. Ilflgji Tes siogiag last Sun. night was well attended T.uthcr Wntson spent lal Rut, Oight with ih A, Haggard, Ftosiie siel Oseitt ITujfiiJi wore at the sintjinji 'ant Sunday night. The Leap Venf party at Mr. L Wob's last Sat. night wns well attended. I went and ciught a boa a . Mr. Curlers spent 8ftt. night and Sua. with Mr. Loriej: IKaTHCMENTS SOLD AT LOWKsr WVISQ IMU0B-1 AND OI.I IXSTItUMKNT KKPAIKKD t'l.Eii S Kl) AND FUN0 o;t TAKEN IN UXCHAKQK US NEW IN8TItUMt N IN - SCHOEFIELD & PADEN. RI0M2Y DEALERS IN GENERAL s A T NORWOOi) MERCHANDISE MO. BROWN and PETERS SHOE 3 JDLV GrOOTDS, O-IOOEIRIHS. OLOTPIUNTGr. HATS r,ncl OAFS LADIES FU.R..3STIB3r3:iIra- Good-. Mr. and Mis. Kill Hluek vi,ite.l ! JKEI.RY, HARDWARE. BUY AND SHIP CORDWOOD, worked in a h-.tl as bell-boy ; at getting tired of oikii'.g in i ity, he left the hotel, and wont, ti he eosst, where hp saw the nrai 'scifie Oeean. Onthebeaeh wore hells of all discretion;-, and sea ed which was washed in frmu he bottom of the s(-a. At an is. nd out in the ocean thu water is i o'clock fo clear that thev that have class 'ottom boats, throush whkh he their daughter Mrs. Marsh Gaddis lust Sunday. C, 0, Rsjgjrd preached at Ellis school hoaso New Years day. John Tate made n business trip to Mr. llsck last Sun. Don't know what his business whs, but guess Bestve ifocs. Come nynin Mrs, Suiherland. Wo like to hesr from you, 1 guess it would sosod better lor mo to sign my name Mnmnn's Hsby Aunt Lisa Murr passed away lp th g'eat beyond las: San. at 4. !0 ( Al.h AND SRR US WilEU IN NORWOOD . 'k r. . " i -n R.A,RYaN,M9 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ) and Williams Real iftete- Aij:cn NORWOOD, MO the large fish and .-hi Hi under he boat. v II as news is scarco, heaving there he started ho' Will wipe my eyes isionri, on the V he saw r h- And blow my noo Indian r-rvations in Ari?."iin. Am! brin? mr writing to a close OmCH OVKR.T. Ii. RVAN I C.) lias iiftfi itiree years praeriai experience 'in Hospital work of i Oh, 'Wandering Tommy' nbeie iS ,,,,,,.,- n,j Medicine. He is ihArrtntrSlv nntnnH wiih h in,, children, Only the -m -i 1 1 i - to date line ni Surpicfll instruments and will servo all calls promptly, neatly and with dispatch. are yon? Doad, I guess; DRlh? STJ-RK maici.-s a snVeiii :,.u. f (t issos peculiar to w ijiu.-i and Pl'Oit, Ayricalinrai ;.irl Miners! VV want to trad for Jterchan dise, Dotal, I.ieir sloctr, les- atso Timbered Lands, j idences and Bune ess Property. i poss of drucs are used in liU praeiici F.;r Bljrtvt servico cull at bin office. Your p5 Wunage is earnestly s-ltoitcd. Wkm w WW is sis I t -. id: .'V . i A Hill 'II I 'W'l I "I i' it run'OU'etiT " I pitnl and Ii 'a ' -!' M Is Sniu!;1.