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   Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 11, 1877, Atlantic, Iowa                                Atlantic roBUsnDBVuv wntnsDAT LAFE Editor Tdlemiik StoPritiut 1SSMS Of One copy one tS OJ Due copy Hi I on One copy THE ATLANTIC VOLUME WALKER General Dealers In ilPPffii HIKES BLOCK ATLANTIC IOWA ff Highest market price in Mob paid to Hides 15tf BUSINESS CARDS Will Ulead to calls in any part of Cut and adjoining Ad drew Box General having had large experience iu slock saes and a Rood judge of Will attend to cilia in any part o CaM County or iu the SatUUction Box ATTORNEYS a Attorney at Will practice in the Courts ol Cass and adjoining counting in tbe Supreme Onice 4 duort north 01 court Eart ride Clirstuu JOHN Attorney at and Notary Public Will practice in the and ad Joining OlQce iu tbe City Jai on lib HOPPER 4 at Law and Notaries Publi Will practice in all tbe courts of tbe Hme a complete set o abstract bouks to Ian s and town Abstracts on reasonable Special attention gives lo and the qnletine of Attorney at Cor neiStb and 15 Cm JUSTICES OF THE JUSTICE or THE Oifice over Conrads AH col lections entrusted to me will receive prompt made al sbort vTStl GOTHABD Burgeon Office la Conrads Room Branch office at Tectb extracted wltb little or no pain LAUD ISAAC Land Real Eitate and Tax Paving A Office over Me Walnnt 2tl house aouth of Congregational church 1UT Eclectic Puyeldan and Of fice la his Drug Special attention given to SurgtTj and all Chronic THOMPSON Physicians and front room over Conrads Thompson1 one block west of Conrads S Examining Surgeon for Resi corner 5th and Maple three blacks east of CBRIAOE Carriage Bnifpy t ps and made to and beavy always oo All repairing promply at tended Shop first door south of Needles A 4 Puysician and on Main Residence thai house ol Congregational Spivial auuutioo iren to Chrouic dealer in plain and fine Cotfina always on or made to J5m JACOB Auctioneer in both the Englieb and Ger man giving entire satisfaction wherever bas Charges reasona For further particulars address him at six miles oouthpsst of The Reduction in Sewing The sewing machine business bas now reached tbe condition of an article of mer to be sold out of a the same dry goods or and tbereore the expense of canvassing with horfie and wagon Is tared to the and by paying av years interest at about lwn y per cent is Tufa is mainly why the price it tbe royalty fnim patents being only two or three I have therefore de cided to conduct tbe business in the shape ol av machine and will bcreaiter fnralaa any t75 machine in the market for attt zccpt Uie ginger Companys Sand tbe latter being a shuttle machine and combining all the desirable points of tbe Domestic and and in fact all the shuttle machines I deaire to call attention to the fact that doling the last lour or five years there have beenTrom a dozen to twenty different selling machines in this cuniity and today I tbe only one remaining to luok after the This fact alone is sufficient to justify any and every one in buying of Instead of those who are liable to quit tbe business or leave the country any The same rule applies to Ibell the brat in tbe market regardless of what t c profits while others sell that which they can make the most money Thy not buy an organ of a dealer who Is permanently and who will sell you the very rather than buy ot one who deals in the etcapMt trash in the and liable to leave the country any Think ol this md aes wkat you can do wilta me before you 18tl o matter bow ft M circular 707 EYE James will be at tbe City on Ibe 2C1U day of each one day All diseases of tbe Ear also Cancer cured or no YOUNG o KTsa Bastaeas SO amw te Cards with I was stum In mv Wnuor when 1 dear Marv cold Mamma mustnt be But Ured of tbe Want some oner nog lo Wltlnc letters la Vu mamma T Taax 1 wtu a letter tool mamma butr Kua and with mamma me write letur Tan It win show I would paint mr portrait AS his sweet eyes searched my Hair ot golden and eyes ot Form ot witching But the wer face was As 1 slowly shook my Till 1 I U make a letter Ot darling So I parted back tbe mates From bis forehead blgt and And a sump In sport I his wares of Then I uttu Oo away and bear gowl news And I smiled aa down Hie staircase Clattered loud tbe llittle Leaving the darling bunted Down to Mary In his writing lot a of letters lie a Maryiiasl No one beard tbe little As more be climbed the Reached his uule cap ami Standing on Uw entry No one beard tbe front door No one saw tbe golden As It floated oer bis shoulders lo the crisp October the street tbe baby hastened Till be reached the offlce Ise a Ituet Postman Is there room for any more t Cause dls letters doln to papa Papa lives with ou Mamma sent me for a letter Does ou nnk tt I tan go But the clerk In wonder Not today my little ru nod anozzer 1 mint do U Fain tbe clerk would detained But tbe pleading face was And tbe uule feet were By the busy crowd swept Suddenly the crowd was People fled to left and As a pair of maddened hones At that moment daahed u No one saw tbe baby No one saw tbe golden Till a voice of frightened aweetness Rang out on the autumn Twas too momcst only stood the beauteous vision Thin Uullttle face lay Corered oer with goldsu Bavenntly they raised my Brushed away tbe curls of Saw tbe stamp upon the Growing now so Icy Not a mark ths face Showing where a hoof bad trod But the uule life was Papas letter was wltb WEULT PROFANE a man jumps out of bed in the dark at midnight to fling a boot at an Electoral Commis sion of cats in the back and places bis bare foot on an eightcornered piece of wife must stick her tightly in her ears if ahe would escape hearing several profane history in less than two minuted CASS JULY NUMBER 23 PRINTING HOUSE JOB PRINTING Neatly and We have two new and bare recently Introduced steals which enables us to do wort it very tow Orters by mail promptly HOW HE WON HER Tfce On a small plot of ground on the bank of one of the daubing tributaries of the Connecticut stood neat twostory frame The though not came foaming and plunging in tiny cata racts through a deep ravine and about a quarter of a mile from its where it was intersected bj the pnblio it was spumed by a wooden Above stood a whose ponderous overshot dripping with ceaselessly turned in the depths of the and lulled the with its mo notonous on one and stunted shrouded the steep bank and on the other was the tableland on which stood the dwelling already The house had been built by the unit ed contributions of the neighbors for the Vidow WakefielJ and her Wakofield was a very good and re her with fault ess beauty of features and great comeli ness of combined her fathers ntellect and gentleness of character of her he bad been the gentler of the She had already et aiued her eighteenth and had two girl worth having ever had ewer the subatan ial son of a substantial and if not was the choice of the mother rhilo Charles a young mechan in and nite decidedly preferred by the who in her own girl lood would have been the last person on earth to have yielded to parental coer now the meridian of life wsa the sat to look with allowance on the slight est approach to rebellion against paren al The difference of opinion tttwten mother and invari bly happens in such widened y discussion and at the period at which our narrative it had reach ed the point of rendering both unpreme v Marys affectionate dispo ition equally revolted at the thought of ilial and that of bestowing ler hand without her heart while the dea of a by any wing a better judge of the means of se curing her own happiness than a moth with all her of in Wakefleldd per eotly The we bane already was two stories On the lower loor were two served for a Litchen and a parlor under Marys her kitchen was neat nongh to be called a the other in which she taught some twenty scholars every ivs and Sundays While lying awake one Mary resolved to consult the old nd tried reference to the uestion of duty involved in her nnhap y difference with her It rain ed all hard and She had etermined to walk over to tbe minis eri before schooltime in the morning int it continued to pour without inter and she cotfld not leave the She had no pupils that BO loneliness snd agitation were unreliev ed by her accustomed All ay and tbe following night tho storm raged unabated and the swollen o a torrent by a day and two in cessant roared angrily as it plung ed and dashed along its rocky the second day it was raining M bard as aver again no a Ireary no abatement of the the night vio enoe was unchecked but in the morn ng the sun rose in splendor in an almost londless and th birds again sang ovously in the It was strange on the part of some of to send heirxhildren to school that for a moments reflection would have served o convince them that when sufficient ime had claptod for the surcharged riv ulets to pour their into the larger fearful must be the result that Charles ieaburn did not dream of the possibility of danger to her whose safety was so much dearer than The rushing stream pound over till milldam in a fierce and muddy cataract and being compressed into narrower compass by the jotting rocks which ported tbe it foamed and surged Mtween causing bridge and immovable foundaboM Mary stood at tho and could not keep her ovra from tbe so ma jastio in its ronstless At length her attention bocamo occupied byjher and half au hour When again she looked upon it had risen to the floor of tho turbid Burfiion covered with and timber borne down by tho mighty The mill was half submerged in the boiling Rtilf and as she looked upon it tot tAred and and the main sup ports giving and all were upheaved from their and dashed against tho Wedged in between thn unyielding which formed the and disrupted so clogged and choked the nat ural that tho fastincreasing wa ters swelled and began to spread over the level ground on which the widows dwelling All waa the work of a moment and before Mary could find voice to sound the theso lone and chil dren were isolated amid tho rapidly deepening The advancing stream soon row above the and when Mary took in her the last of the frightened children to carry it to the chamber every footfall plashed ia the water that now covered the The helpless victims screamed for assis tance from the windows but the thun der of the torrent mocked and drowned their the hope of life passed they knelt and prayed to Heaven to have mercy on their At when the water had more ban half filled the lower a tardy villager appeared on the eJjaoent who was speedily joined by and soon Charles Seaburn was among What a eight for to behold 1 There knelt Mary by tho as with clasped bonds and dis hevelled looking appealingly upon and he powerless to aid her in the extremity of her In very madness he would have rushed into the had he not been forcibly restrained by tut Cyrus Tempi ms also was but his calmness wntrastod singularly with the wild anxiety manifested by a All efforts are said in a composed indicative either o the most sublime Christian resignation or the most utter heartlesaneis it impossible to save NonsenseI cried flashing eyes and nivering lip she thai be saved after a moments his fea tures working in I have it I have it 1 he exclaimed folio me The village was half mile and thither he directed his flying followed by bis as yet ig norant of his but inspired by manner with a newborn though nude Sued He stopped at a tall libertypole on the Cut it down he For leavens be or they are lost In a moment the pole lay prostrate torses were speedily and it was dragged on a gallop to the scene of hi reaching the the pole was reared on its larger being di rected toward the was permitted o So accurately was it aimed that he top lodged on the the nmatos being first motioned to stand Quicker than Charles divested himself of whatever of clothing might impede hia clinging to the clambered to the window as expeditionsly as a sailor as cends a laid he not second is to bo The children first I she resolutely He knew her solisacrificing spirit too well to waste the precious moments in unavailing Fastening one of the children to his back with shawls and he returned be and safely deposited his But whv multiply words In the same all the children restored to their anxiouslyexpectant for baste No my mother first With an exclamation of be tautened to obey her for his strength was almost Farewell be straining hur o his and kissing her and as he again deferred her pres ervation to that of When bo reached tho shore with bis be lay for a moment panting with while the blood covered lis lacerated hands and feet But no most precious of own treas yet to be Again he prong to the pole once more he enter ed the He appeared at the window with bis The house ottered though balanced on pivot be people shouted to encourage him o started on his last perilous hung suspend ed over the raging abyss in sheer exbans Again he starts their al most touch him have grasped while and go crashing down amid the dashing the lovers rest in safety on tbe auk Need we add that from that time forth le mother and the daughter were of mind t A CI0AK WITH A The wardrobe of an Englishdncheas waa recently sold for the benefit her She ia beautiful and fascinat and though she had thirty thousand Brands settled upon she had nntrived to contract to four wt Rumor says that the turf and the cardtable claim an equal share n the wreck of tbe ladys waa a certain fur cloak disposed f at this sale which attracted general at atd had no rival in the ho which are the most perfect Cnssion took three yean to and the cloak cost originally two tousand It it a cloak with a It was a present from a Tory istingnished royal personage to a fa mous queen of tbe from whom the dnohosa purchased and it irought four hundred and sixty pounds at the present Perhaps history id not enhance value in the of luxe who bid for it It was bought on and wonderment who is tbe purchaser Whoever the lady when she wean that wellknown cload she will run tho risk of being akeu for either a ponltry nmally by and tbe at the same age will weigh much more that the it is an item of mnch importance to those who raise fowls for tbe market to be able to determine the sex by the before they are placed under the Various theories nave from time to time been ad bnt so far as have been able lo none of them have stood the severe of Some an gov erned by the shape of tbe the theory being that a long sharp at each will produce a while an egg which is more nearly round will produce a fe One of the latest theories that tbe sex indicated by tbe position of the air bubble usually found in one end of the A correspondent of tbe Poultry World tbe following report of an experiment to teat theory First taken they from the nest fiftythree gave twentyeight cocks and twentyfive pnl lota inside web of right foot Second picked with air sack more on tbe side than on tbe thirtyfive eleven Third picked with great the position of the airsack marked with a pencil by and none set bnt thoee which bad tbe airsack well past the centre of the top of the thirtyone seven four Fourth picked with tbe airsack on tho top of the sixteen two Fifth taken they came from the nest thirtyeight twentyone My breeding stock were white Leg two yean old ten waa all or there something in the airsack that indicates tbe sex I have been in hopes that others would try it and re Another fact I wish to The from the with tbe sack on tbe aide were all femininelook not one fit to breed from while the fourteen from eggs with the airsack on top were all wellshaped In examining tbe I find there are nearly onethird where it impossi ble to determine the being neither on the top or bat half way Those I I have so much faith in it that I shall try it year on a large I intend to one thousand tHi nmimcB or PIATOTCIR 01 HOOIJUI I believe that there hai bean no more pernicious influence upon music than the transformation which has undergone snd its diffusion all I do not refer to tbe cruelties which it daily the of inflicting upon inof fensive families and of bnt to effect that it upon compo sition and upon The for mer it helped to be at intricate and shallow latter H baa led to a crowd of all without beauty of form or emotional snggestive music which mod ern grand baa brought upon Not only bnt in all bnt become a bril liant fantasia by Signer Rumblastom We do not lit in passive silence to listen to it we or attempt to walk against it and praiae give it is not a look of serene with that tinge of sadness which Shakespeare had in mind when he made Jsasioa Im never merry when I hear but a clapping of and congrat ulation upon a brilliant And then we tun and go on again with our Orchestral leaders and are not content unless they have a very foil to inter pretThey mnft have a brilliant pitch bean raised until tbe singers in order that of the instruments may brilliant Oar mnat ihot through and through with piercing of The time quickened until Allegro become prcalo and presto a indistinguishable Even Theodore Thomas of the of the final movement of the Fifth Sympho ny by too quick a movement and in tbe Trio of the Schono into a headlong np and down When clear too cession of becomes indiatingni WHAT A WOIIAS Dn WITH nra In a recent letter to the Baltimore y mcr can Jennie Jane wrote a plaintive true tory of what a woman I have one o match it Two or three yean ago an Bed mother gave her daughter several lousand dollan to invest for her in some safe and productive By advice of a friend in Wall street the anghtor waa led to purchase certain West Virginia railway proved to be fatal for in a few months the stocks became and tbe little fortune was lost As toon the daughter received the determined by her own to re place every cent of her and never let the dear old lady know that it had been lost She did this with her working early and denying scouring city and country for And sooompUshed tbe teak just Harriet Martineaa forced from tbe most advene eircum That woman June Tran musical and with it musical lost and performance be a men victory over musical diffi And quickening of the time is exactly what should not have taken Our in creased in size and in volume of wand since the of Motart and huge their move ment should be a little to produce the effect which the great bod in But in our rage for brilliancy we have hsstftnsd movement M if should an elephant gallop like we have fallen into the fatal of making tne it not diffloultf of to presentation of beauty in fora and in JMcftonl Oronl WMte in the m WABI or THI If tome abUbodied naturalist or who hamt anything to will forward at this and tell why people want to war each other in greater proportions they become be will be at least a if not an of much may be able to build up a sort of it to warn of State off of show that in nineteenth notwithstanding achievements in and wonderful progress in development of success in bringing the into service f or communication among people of tbe and advancement of learning and all tbe of civilization all that would at first glanoe lead one a think that they should have a wfteninff and humanizing the century has thus outstripped all even those of the most in sacrifice of blood and tnasun at the shrine of Mars and we have now in Europe a flattering of another war that will deluge that continent with and the greatest will to tbe moat terrible and de vastating struggle that tbe world ever For the ton great bloody of tbe viz the Ono Austrian Abyssinian FranooOerman leaving oat minor and the foot np and men destroyed from 1800 to Twothirds of aggregate out lay of mon and money an to to charged on the ledger of Napoleon t np to bit closing battle fought at A PABISIAH For the last eight one of crediton bad a daily appointment with that for 10 X morning at creditor says very politely Psrhapail I wen toill at a bter boor zTifsss no oome toBonov at 10 I wuh to to Called that in dug aoomnoutofa bad to get pay for it Boston been indicted for adulterating candy with chromate of lead and other injun thousand sheep were lately in South at twentyfive a This ia of drought Drought and flood are the of that and indiscriminate finning gradually reducing supply of shell flab on tbe coast of which from Norway about lob sters a and from about Virginia City undertaken fought in the tbe other for the possession of a body had laid ont and other had Tbe steal ing undertaker kept bat couldnt collect his two hundred of delin quent tax were published in a Chicago newspaper last property affected would seem to com prise almost every lot in tbe publication will cost tbe sea of salt Should aea dried there would be a deposit of salt over the entire bottom of tbe ocean 450 feet and if salt taken and spread on tbe land it would cover it to a depth of 900 feet Mayor arid Aldermen of Louis ville officially requested that the day of bone racing near that city be observed as a and that aU business The clergymen have pub lished a and then a hot con flict of pnblio of the surgical tekan by the Sioux from a surgeons pocket in the Cnster and re turned by Sioux at Spotted Tail surrender had been badly mu tilated by who had tried to con vert them into personal in St Petersburg projecting on which are represented the principal a proof of tbe general for if oonld such would not The same cus tom was practised in other European countries in former times for same Russian women there no happier class than tbe wives of tbe priests of the Qroek The rule forbidding a second marriage of the priest renden wife of the de votion of her in case of bis becoming a to a where his only compensation for loss of ecclesiastical Emperor Alexander thank ed tbe Holy Synod for after twenty yean of incessant the translation of Bible into the Russian first translation into Russian approved by tho Ciar and The British and Foreign Bible translation now pro hibited in Dutch tulip show to be a striking feature in the Paris exhibition of The King will contribute best In the seventeenth when tulip dominated bulbs were regularly quoted on the An amateur exchanged a esti mated to be worth for a single kind of which thence got name of the a Russian army officer or other peraon of note condemned to in first to kneel on a scaffold before the while the and are torn and his iword broken over He declared legally and bis if if ahe con sider herself a are confiscated to the If and children follow him they can never of the Pitcaim ialanden go strongly to sustain story of Whittington and cat These un fortunate people have lately suffered from an army of rate of inch magnitude and ferocity that they found themselves powerless to resist their In large devastators marched the completely clearing off everything in the way of provisions which in their They are supposed to have escaped from a Some islands an known to been completely stripped in this aged of West fell in love with her older sis bean but he stuck faithfully to Lilian threatened to drown ber self and one while the couple were she jumped from a bridge which they were just then The stream into which she fell not deep and it is believed that she bad no inten tion of drowning relying on be ing rescued by the fellow whom she meant to He might easily have laved if he bad not been Mared ont of drove off for and left her to bartenders an closing np their drinking saloons in they encouraging tipplen to further activity in the West A Santa saloon keeper offen to every who a drink a numbered Every time a drink taken a new nnm tor ia At end of the month the nnmben an pot into a lottery wheel and the lucky number Of ooone toper who the largest number of tickets supposed to have the best chance for the atnpid fashion among ladies of wearing highheeled sb A SPECIAL BYCHABldES Two the toll gate iu It stood apart from and they often felt uneasy being One day they received a considerable ram of bequeathed to them by a and that wt the rimple aU in a They had a mend in the wife ao they went and told her their She ad mitted that waa a loneeome and ahe would not live for without a Her diaconneient them home downright The blacksmiths wife told her band all about it when he came in for The laid how anybody to know they got the brue in the homer laid they make no of it to me but yon need not go to tell it to all the poor souls I the man but they will publish never Leave wom en alone for making their own trouble with their There the aubjeot man and wife have other to talk about besides their The old wom en at the what with their own and their began to ihiver with apprehension night came at car rier rsssnil through and at of friendly face they brighten ed They told him their beg ged him to weep in the hooae that night how can I aaid Im due But I will leave yon my The dog a powerful The women looked at each other ex He wont hurt will be lighed one of them Not said the Then he called dog into the told them to lock the and went away The women were left contemplating the dog with that lander solicitude which apprehension ia sure to At first he seemed staggered at this offhand proceeding of hia maiter it confoaed him then he snuffed at the door then the he began to iee plainly that he an abandoned He delivered a fearful and flew at scratching and barking furi Theold women fled the and were next aeen at an npper window to Coma John 1 He tearing the home down I Drat varmint aaid and On road he thought The goodnatured fellow took great coat out of the cart and laid it down on the The mas tiff initantly hud himself on said let tis have no more nonsense you take charge of that till I come and dont let anybody steal that nor yet t said he kindly to the I ahall be back this way breakfast and he wont budge till And he wont hurt John Blew your he sensible as any Christian Lord dont ye go to take the coat from or youll be wanting a new gown and may be a petti coat and He and the old women kept at a respectful distance from their pro He never molested them when they spoke eajolingly to he even wagged tatt in a bious But they moved he squinted at them out of bloodshot eye in a way that checked all desire on their to try on the car riers coat Thus protected they went to bed ear lier than but they did not un dress they were too much afraid of especially their The night wore and presently their sharpened let them know that the dog waa getting he and then he and than he got up ami pfltirirctl muttering to Straightway with furniture they barricaded the door through which their protector must to devour But by and listening they heard scraping and grating outside window of the room when the dog and he continued growling This was They slipped out at back and left their money to their They got into It waa pitch and all the houses black but the pnblio cacting a triangular gleam the road a long way and other was the Here was a fortune for the terrified They bunt into their friends the are come and they told her in few what had hap La how yon an ten to one he only growling at some one that passed we heard outside tbe window oall your and let him go with My is not mereis then I suppose he U when other work ing husbands the pub lic said she rather for she had her as many as in a lady of attar giTWg grand dinner a day or two hae daughters wedding that to ac companied young lady to After remaining there to go to her own by raibsr private and bed catching in theatair ed to brokst her Mar tained MTSTC a nnnrnmlrm of brain that the intended marriage ww fat drfWWy Parisian and I shall drown finally cried if I am all that deters he fol lowed and when she threw herself into plunged in and brought her to As was climbing np he lipped back into the being exhausted by pre vious unable to him seeing his plunged in after bnt M the oonld not that was of no and both most have been drowned bad it not been for the timely arrival of come who pulled them Tbe pair went two at end of that oorres pendent of Chicago M It around in oonntry with an abandon thrtii truly It over and down around big deep on stilts that twist and bend be neath tread and threaten to eend traveler 300 feet into eternal smash by foot on of mountains stone bends around a tuna on of can around like chop sea in the Eng lish was completed in cost cleared iUelf in three charges 91 for and with The old women wanted to go to tbe pnblio house for bnt the black smiths wife wsa a courageous she thought it most likely a false aaid last time I went for him there I got a affront Ill oome with she Ill take the and we have got our to raise the town with I they marched to the When they got near they that staggered tbii Then was actually a nun half in and half ont of a brought the blacksmiths to a stand and the timid pair implored her to go back to aaid what I see but bark I it my belief dog holding thought it Mfert to ba on with lest man might turn on 80 she bar way into fol lowed by oilier two and there a sight met their that changed all their both towards robber and toward each The great mas tiff had pinned a man by tbe and pulling at to draw him through with fierce but muffled The mans weight alone pre vented The window like a pio tnre and in that frame then with lolling and starting white face of their villainous hut uttered an appealing and flaw upon dog and choked him with her two and Behind woman of the they have been forbidden to and ordered not to alight to let hia ride an attack might be ex pected at any moment When the or der was given then weeping and wailing and gnashing of for the Mexican him even to the field of and hae often been known to pick np the dead husbands rifle and fight Many had been sent to commandant to revoke the bnt he steadily to do and tbe consequence that woman determined to though it should on and follow they some carrying their children in their Not only did they keep np hot often reaching the of deetina1 tion or of camping before I and had built in readinesa for their I Some of these wen I forty and bnt I am Bony to that they mon often occupy that position without sanction of the padre than with it bnt to the but they an true and and undergo all manner of toil and hardships for whom they claim at For when we ed on our trip it clearly understood and believed by them that they should to walk the entire they wen not and atarted oat with the firm resolve to do or I well recollect first how my heart ached for aome of in who not only carried her a boy of abont three slung to her and a big gourd of water by her bnt was I made a special request to Don that she be permitted to a short dis tance on her He laughingly replied with ber will tin the and outtravel tbe which I found to And still another moved my was young and The older ones gazed on her with a and they noticed my look of wotild significantly say first She was of a position equal to oar ser At every camping where then running water the wom an washed their own and and whan padktrain nndsr escort went ahead they went with it and often upon oar arrival frugal mail would be men ABprorci Judging from the of OUT farm dubs may suppose that are beginning to realize that tbe true of fice of outside is not to keep ont the stock of a neighbor bnt to restrain our As a result of idea see that preventing stock of any kind from running at large in the high are gaining in and ana over which they extend every year in It is a mistake to many that fruit and grass grow ing between the of a public high way of right belong to the pnblio have only the right of passage ovet the but have no right to which belong to the owner of the adjoining As soon traveler or the stock of farm diverge on either side of the legal of road they become tresspaisera to full extent of the In strict equity it no excnaa that then was no for before fences are to keep the stock within bounds and not to keep others ont It a long time for us to get rid of the idea that a legal fence most be horse bull proof and hog tight Sooner or later we will arrive at a point when every farmer will the judge of tbe ouality of own or in fact whether will fence at Much bean laid of injustice and cruelty of a law which poor man from taming cow ont on public In first it poor economy for any one to turn a cow into the pnblio apant in banting her when she failed to and loss from not being milk ed at the proper time will usually pay for her keep in much better Of all tbe road cow proba bly most efficient and and in dependent of her own her pres ence farm otherwise to break oat and cause When wan allowed to ran it it was impossible keep a boll mon than two or three for ha became BO unruly to a nuisance to hia own By the excluding dock from tbe troobla Stafford Hawks Bespectfully call attention of the people of Caw and adjoining Counties to the foot that they are now offering their large stock of ReadyMade FOR At such prices as will insure their The most of these goods are fresh and being just received from Eastern dose buyers will not fail to embrace the present op portunity to make their purchases for Dontfail to give us a call if you wish to secure good STAFFORD CLOTHING AND LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ATTENTION DEALER III em AND DATS Al GENTS FURNISHING Has at bis Bret floor north of the largest stock of goods in his line ever opened oat in consisting of latest styles of BOOTS Am or till he was all but then let and and throttled himself man what ground like a lamp of in a lump of clay the man was and fearfuttr torn about So did the comedy in an appalling and most piteoni trage dy not that Moundrel himself de bnt hia honest to whom dared not con villainj The of true story were in I have pot dis jointed particulars together well I I hare tried to learn tbe name of and what became of poor bnt failed Should meet the eye of any who can tall I and without A needy Bailor with a wheelbarrow of shells accosted tbe General on holding np a number of coneh implored him to Washington listened with sympathy to tory of sufferings sad and kindly replied that be would buy them if be oonld in any way nse of Necessity pathapa sharpened the sailors and ba promptly suggested that they would make lovely buttons for Yolret The General doubtless smiled at ingenious bnt to try Carrying ocean treasure of pink sent for buttonmaker to know if he oonld manufacture a useful article ont of pretty playthings with which he found himself Tbe workman re pHed that be could make the buttons if he oonld find an instrument sharp enough to pierce Washington would hare nothing useless about and so delivered to who in due time returned them to him in tbe of a little larger than a quarter of with a silver drop in the center biding the spot where the eye fasten ed The President then aston ished the republican court by appearing in a coat with pink conchshell buttons Ing on dark Tftlvet yean it fashion rnl the or rather over the of men and just as it doaa Captain Lewis tes timony that oonchabell buttons imme diately became the shell Ten ders and buttonmakers wen made by the Generals passion for util izing everything that into poo Be also keeps on band a rail supply ol the celebrated REYNOLDS BOOTS AND he only Atlantic where they ean be CUSTOM BOOTS AND SHOES Made toorderon short FINE BOOTS A OLE MUSKEGON LUMBER NEAR THE WI HAVE A LARG1 AND WILL ASSORTED STOCK OT WHICH WE OFFER AT Extra sizes and lengths of timbers for Bri can always at our any we i will not be nnd Farmers and Builder and at the lowest market We Invite all to examine our WHO f AIL Perhaps the most lamentable eircnm in connection with the f and that bare happened daring tbe last three years is the fact possible for a man to be guilty of almost any delinquency in regard to and yet to retain social position if his dishonesty be only on sufficiently large To give an instance in point A man came to a friend for a loan of and the friend with very great managed to Within a few the borrower settled large ly on his and failure caused tbe ruin of the Not long since tbe latter observed to a with great I have experienced tjvday tbe greatest insult I ever had in my That fellow who mined positively bad tbe audacity to ask me to drive np town in hia with its liv eried was at hia office The s ape reported to live delight and their and an greatly in The head of another which failed at over not long and havent paid one cent on tbe lives with similar As long the of mob are exempt from social commer cial morality will remajg what it Stock and Prices before We defy competition in prices t Our motto Is Quick Sales and Small PLEASE GIVE US A CALL xx AT THB OLD STUTD OF SITDLM CAEEIAGE AND WACO IT THE KING OF SULKY THEM SULKY MAJnJTAOfCVD BT DIERK and aland MsiriiB than can be dooe oa etlur Suit KUklicoarmo miu ant enttenbm our chilled Iron which no otter really to Us and canaot eboka asrd cannot balk Tito Plow baa bseamads two tad boo BnMed It basmdudatrsdannpual fcfeA Dy any similar ao perfected And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in AGRICULTURAL Among which yon find tbe celebrated JOHN IOIKFLOI COIPAHYS Canton Clipper Flows PBAffilE BREAK 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