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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 18 July 1874

JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED ! ! fx ir&rR I'l-rkiii lilock, MMiki-( St., '2 doors liom Lafayette, M., JACKSON, TENN. DBALEIM IN READY-rMDE CLOTHING Of every description for Men ami Bys. Also, . GENTS'. FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Wte for t: SII strictly, ud hem'. : offer l More In tlio Ivrkius Itloek 01 M irk-st tre-., Dec. ly DRUGS! DBCJGSH HAYES & JONES, Market utrcet, tie.i t floor to Kliiy's opera House, JACKSON, TliWW. Dr. L. II. JONES hits charge of J. I.. DANIEL, Crockett Co., Ti'Un. uct:e40i to COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No, - IIoward'M Itow," Mi:ninis, tk... Jt-LiirinHniifiicii )llcitl front nil limi;ii n, it ni, tliotis- may tf store. South side of LaFayette stree n."Xt door to Gates' Clothing Store, J. It. ULAtKMON. W. I. ROSE BLACKMON & RONE Iluve opened uud will keop oustautly on band u laote Mock of C3r.3E2L O G IE 3E?L X S , f t'vury description. In tho way of Family S...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 18 July 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. HATUUD.VY, JULY 18, 1H71. WlIEKE THE BLAMK IIksTS. III imitli r column vc pnblihli a full ro xrl of the HpoecIicH made nt tlio Fair Grounds last Saturday. We do not question the right of tbe llepubliruii of this county to meet iu convention, to nominate canJiJa(en, to vote for them, and to enforce their claims on pnper and from the etuinp. Wo do deny their rifjht to sail under false colors, and mi meetings intended to lio secret, to poison the minds of the Macks, and to appeal to (lio worst passions of tho rare. The relations Itetweeu tho whites and blacks iu this county Lave been friendly. A few white radicals who de.irc olllce, pro pose to change nil this. They care nothing for the negro, but in order to obtain his vote, put themselves in the attitude of enemies of their own race, and of willful disturbeis of the public peace. They ore worse than the drouth to tho interests of tho farmers of Madison. They arc worse than the cholera would bo to the ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 18 July 1874

n v 4 Special and Local. PERSONALS. K. !-. Mallory, Esq., and lady, ami Mr. Jno. M. Tarker, are visiting the family cf Hie formrr in Virginia. Mr. M. Weil, Ibis gentleman wlio in Ihe present Mayor of Paducah, anil one of Hie most Miccetsful businessmen in lb' cify, virile. I us on Wednesday last. Jlrs. J. 1!. Lou? and bcr iici-ompli-lieil iluiigtiti r, Slis Jennie, have gone East and will make the full Summer trip, iiicliiilin2 (lie Canada. i:ol. Ji.lm Martin. Ibc dbtiniruisued t-ili- lorol Ibc l'aducali KentuckUn, bus ticen in our city since Wednesday, and nu t with a warm re-xption atlbe bands of bis many frit nils ami admirers in our midt. J. J. Worrell, of Ibc 'lilatcb,'' tias re turned frora Swayne's Spring, and reports I lie people in lhat portion oj the Stale, as holding camp meeting, In which, with ex cecding fervor, they arc pra) ing and nhinit- inj for rain. Mr. J. It. Hurrion,on of Kev. J. A. Har rison, Hector of St. Luke'i Church in this city, bat returned from New York ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 18 July 1874

A DOl'BT. BY MI18. a. M. B. riATT. 11 U bublile, and weary, anJ wide, It measures the world at ray eidc; It toui.br tbe titari and tbc nun; It creeps with the dew-to my feet; It broods on the lloomi, and wine, Hvutle of Its brooding, arc f weft; H slides as a snake In Ibcgrao, Whenever, wherever I pas. It is blown to the South with the bird; At tbe North, through the fnow It is hrnrd; With tho moon from the chamt of niKht It rleii, forlorn and afraid; If I turn to the left or tbe ribt, 1 cannot forget or tvadf; When itnliakesat my ilccp as ailrcam, If I sbuitdcr. it stifles my scream. It biinlce from the cradle; it lies On I ho dust of the Kravc, and it cries In the winds and tbe waters; it Mips In the fiiuh of the leaf to the ground; It troubles the kiss at my lips; U lends to my laughter a sound; It makes the picture but paint; It Uuualocs tbe brow of tbe saint. Tbc ermine and crown of tbe Ling, Tbe sword of the soldier, the rinjj Of the bride, and tbe rohc of the priest, The gods...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 July 1874

JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the Cityl PRICES UNRIVALED!! STEWA ml Pcrkiii lilock, Market St., '1 door from l.afa jell-, SI., JACKSON, TENN. 1E I.YLKRS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING Of every description for Mu;i aud Boys. Also, GENTS f FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Trunks, etc. Wle n"ll I'M ' sll ,lri-ilv,'a-i I li n ci'l. r l if i urn w.il'li purelia. r will apiu, elate." Sitrr in ll IVrklia IlliH1' l M h k-it if o- :l h el ij ior Iruat I. U'tyiti nlr.-et, Jivkm. Ic. O-ly .STKWAICT MM V Kit. B'ETJGS! BECJGS!! HAYES & JONES, IL7 3H1 "O" Gr r IE tSJ "3?S , Market street, next door to Kiny's opera House, JACESON, TKNN. Dr. L. II. JONKS has chuigo of MayiJ-.fiii. J. I.. DANIKf,. Crockett Co., Tenn. Sucoea-or to WKST, I)AMi:i. V WIIMJIIT, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. JVo. 2 IfowHrd'N ISowY MEMIMIIS, TKX.V. -Correspoutreuce aolii.ileil Iroin ull liiatip; i liiiu.itimis- may 8 If South side of LaFayett? streef, ipxt door to Gates' Clothing Store, ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 July 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 171. Thb CoLon Line. Tlio white ixro I'lo of Tennessee miiHt ran,'o tin m Kelves on a strict rolor lino. Many of our best nnil wisest men liuvc sought to aroid this alternative ever hinco tlie rfileroptioii of tlio State in 'GO. Tlien nutii, while perceiving that it was alisolntt-ly neoesHary to the public weal that the white race aliotild liave the absolute control of our home af faire, songht to restore the friendly relations between the races. Ia this effort they Lave been baffled thus far. They hve built school-houses and churches for the blacks have sought in every way to uliow them that their interests wi re identified with those of their former owners have tried to set their feet in pal lis that if followed would lead them out of the wilderness of poverty and bar barium but thfir work has been fruitless. The Kadical party of the North, aided and abetted constantly by a few hired retainers in our miilst, have fought them step...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 July 1874

Special ajsd local. PERSONALS. ful. 1 H. King Is vlnltiuK bis "u at c wanee University. We are pleased to see Mr.T. I.. Keudrlck upon our streets again. - We regret to learn that ( apt. J. U. Uaih-y lias returned to Middle Tennessee to peruia- imntlv reside. The coraDanr.be rucrenwii" required his services in that division of the Ht utr. and hence the cnanite. Capt. Bailey ik .J our a lu Jackson has been pleasant nd he carries with him back to hi old home the kindly wishes of a host of friends. v found him a gentleman, courteous, kind and aenerous. and we sincerely regret bis clmnneof citizenship, liaccens and happl nMi attend bim wherever the winds nil waven of fortune may waft his life-honl. We'sca In the Hichinond Dispatch of late dale an eloquent compliment to Mr. chariesS. Dod, formerly a citizen of Jack sou. Mr. Dod Is chief of the Preparatory Department of William and Mary College, Virginia, and the compliment rererreu 10 wan prompted by an address of Sir. Id's before the Plu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 July 1874

TIIK woiCIXEfM. BY OLIVKK WItNPELL IIOI.MFS. We eonnt Ihe broken lyrca that rot Where theHWec.Uwailing Hinder idiinil.iv; Kut o'er their ilent histcrV briut Tlie wild flowers who will toop to num. bet? A few rim touch the maic utrinK, Anil notny rnmc la proud to win tVm: Alas for those that never ing, But die wtt) at"mnicin tbem! Ay, grieve not forMS Hea'l alone, Whote ong B M tkir heart' jfnad fctorj Weep for the voieelcw, wBo ft.-Te know-. The crois but not the rre-w of xlor) ! Not where Ijtucaitian breer wer O'er Sappho's memory-baunln Wlow, iut'wberc Ihe glistening nir, lit. ? weep (Hi dJi.-jples sorrow' churchy nrd J"W- Oh, bear'l !' break and jive no digit, Have wbitonrhg I'tjn and radios- trrwi-, Till Death pours o.tt Xh eWnlial wine, ,n Death pour, o Slow-dropped fronT KMry milling prcinc; K tincing breath or echoing cjord To every hidden pans were glvarr, What endless melodies were poured, As sad as earth, a sweet an Heaven! MISCELLANEOUS. There Niagara were twenty brides a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 1 August 1874

JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE , aavawawar- -r " The Finest Assortment in the 'City! PRICES Perkius Ulock, Market St., tloor Iron. Lafayette, M., JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING , . Of every description - fiENTSI FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Wl Sell tut CA I Irli'tly.'iiiid Ii-iico utter Hiiro In llio 1'erki is HI': on M.u-fil street, Horn In llifi Dec. ly BRIJ3rS! DBUGS!! . HAYES & JONES, Market street, next door to King's opera lloune, JACKSOIM, Dr. L. U. JONES bus chargo of tho Prescription Department. MayZKiui. J. I.. DANIKf, Crockett Co . , Te U n . ,3. Es. a&FtfniSEj & (S. Successors to 1VKHT, IAXII:Ia & WHIC4IIT, COTTOSv FACTORS . AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Ko, 3 IIowurd'N Itow.l IKM1MIIS, TESX. tJ-Corns3pondence sollciteil from all Orange orKauizatiima' may if South side of LaFayette street, nxt door to Gates' Clothing Store, J. It. BLACKMON. M. RONE 13LAOKMON & RONE - Hava opened and will keep coualuntly on Uuttd a large ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 1 August 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1X71. J OH IIAM'EM.OII, ii. j. i.iri.;sio. t'UK SHEBI'1', II. M. MAI. FOIl CIKCfIT COl.BT CLKllK, u. a. km:i:i. FOB COCSTT COCBT CLP.l.K, S. I. II4KI:TT. FOB TAX OOLUCTOC, ED. A. CLARK. FOB TUl'STEE, J. Iff. CAIlTMEtl.. TOH EEOISTZK, II. C. Mcd'TCIIEX. " The Convention. Elncwhere we oubLTsh in fall the proceedings of tlie Convention held iu the city on Mon day lout. This convention was the largest and rriost fftlly representative body that ever met in Jackson. For iaoiiihs past there has Seen- a grow ing apprehension upon the part of the people of this county, that at the eleventh hour the white Radical ring in onr midst would slide into olflee upon their underground railroad, which is always in running order. We do not intend to discuss the question as to whether or not this apprehension was well founded, It was manifest to .all whoso vision was' not clouded by j passion or interest that the agUatiou of the civil rights bill had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 1 August 1874

Special akd local. PERSONALS. We regret exceedingly to learn that Ju.lge Blmck, who was thrown from buggy a lew layt since, la thought to be fatally Injured. Col. II. M. Polk, of Hardeman, and Mo- Parlih, Esq.. of Hie Bolivar Buttfttn, were in the city on Tuesday last . E. W. rpsliaw, Eao., Til la the oily tliiriinr Uie week, and will take up bis r. -ulileiK-e Willi us permanently In a few day. Mr. John Magevney, lale Jleuiphia. a young gentleman of line .Willy and accurate buaineaa knowledge. ha purchnttl an lob ret in the Jackson IHtpatch. Vlricinlus Ilutchen, Emi., I announced a . tin- editor of the Jackson DitjMUh. Mr. n. U an experienced Journalist, and there ar(" rrw men iutals Sate or In any other, that hare morn alillity aa a writer either in prose or poetry. In our luat iaaue we unintentionally failed to notice the fact that Louts J. Brooks. Esq., hal retired from the Vourirr-Jh-ruhi. He baa been successfully engaged in the newspaper busi neaa foraeTeral yearn, and during t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 1 August 1874

f MISCELLANEOUS. EVE AND HEART. from the German. So many one appear at sight All fall of love and warm of heart. And thrn doth show, more closely know 11, That love with him la but an art. So many a one appears at Bight All stiff rraerve and ley cold, not keeps his heart for lilin who s-ekn Its richest treasure to unfold. All Labits grow by unseen lo grces. Drydcn Youth holds no sor-ity with grief. Euripides. There is no virtue iiku iieomty. Sbakeapoare. Fair tresses inun'n imperial race ensnare. I'ope. Tbo worst of madmen in a suiut run mnd. Pope. Uoeay lies tbo bead that wears a crown. Shakespeare. A kifs from my mother made me a painter. Bejamin Wcut. The flower of sweetest smell in thy and lowly. Wordsworth. Subtlety may deceive you; integ rity never will. Cromwell. To bo furiously religious it to be irreligiously religious. Wiu. Pcun. Prejudico squints when it looks, and lies when it talks. Duchess d' Abrantes. He must be a thorough fool who can learn nothing from his own fol l...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 8 August 1874

1: i W. C. HUTCHEKSON & CO., Hear Mobile 0 On lo Jin il road. JJejot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AND MAM KACTL IiEKH OF Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Palings, Balus ters, Brackets, etc., etc. Iajux lI Yellow I'luc Framing- Lumljrr. Yellow l'optar iron, ll.e oi.nvu liuitoui. Planing, Hiiwlm? Hud Scroll work .Ion.- loonier. Weil Curbing for laired wills kept on hand. ir facllitiea are such that we can aell as cheap us any oilier d.-alcrs in the pit. v. Olve ua a cull before you buy. July ls-vi. w tim AND TRIBTTN H j. The newwspapers of the country are re-publishing the following lines writteu by Theodore TUton several years ago. JIT (RtUU THIRTY-SECOND YEAR. JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED!! JACKSON, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1874. NUMBER 38 sum LIU Perkins Illuc-k, Market SI., !l doom from Lulayt-lte, hi.. JACKSON, TENN. n DJJALEItrt IN READY-MADE CLOTHING Of every description fur Mou ami Boys. Also, GENTS'f FURNISHING GO...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 8 August 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tcnn. S.VTUKDAY, AUGUSTS, 174. The Elkction. The icmiII of tho county elections indicate Hint the Kadical pat ty in Ibis portion of the State haa been subjected to utter and humiliating defeat. We think we can safely say that Chancellor Livingston ha been triumphantly elected in this district, notwith Htanding tho odd against him. Fayette has made a gallant fight for white supremacy, and even if li liffH not been altogether successful, deserves especial mention. The same may be said of Haywood. In tho rest of the dintrict the Demo cratic party at all points has done its whole duty, and wc think that li. T. Boyd, who has not borne him polfina manner befitting an aspi rant for judicial position, is un doubtedly defeated by a large ma jority. In this county there was unusual interest felt in the result of the clcc tion on Thursday, but it ia not our intention here to say much concern ing it. AVe only wish to express tho belief that neither the cxhilera tion o...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 8 August 1874

i I 1 i Special and Local. PKKSONALS. Wc iirel Id Icaru thai Mr. l.tpiUli; 1.1 ilaii crrvutly ill of fever. I l imine Milton Itrown lis (pine u .ih Wells. A large parly uf Jackson -,pli- expect in K to Bwayne'i birlng next week. Col. 1. H. King b returned from Sewaue and reports ereryttalng serene la that quarter. Capt. Kit. fcroilh, a populur coni'uctor of Hie M.A O. It. II., left this wi-ek for Tale springs. Mr. A. 1J. i; pshaw, of tin- Cuumr-llerald, left for Holly Springs on Tuesday iu-t, uii'l ex pects to be absent a week or two. Jldui O. B- Black. Our rcailcrs, vill bo pained to learn that Ibis estimable geiilli man II growing constantly worse. Jso. 9. MlTCIIHX. This geullemaii, ol llii: flrmof Kirtland, Hnmpbrey Mitchell, t'-ot-lon Factors of St. Louis, is now In ttie city, and we commend liim to our friends. Mr. Jos. H. Carutlicrs ml Mim rannle Freeman, bis niece, left for St. Paul, Minneso ta, on Wednesday last, and eieot to be ab sent during the Summer. The Republican Is H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 8 August 1874
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 August 1874

C. HUTCHERSON & CO. Sear Mobile & Onto Railroad Depot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AMI MASI' Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, ters, Brackets, etc., etc, l, a Leaf bellow Pino Framing l.uml.cr, Yellow f'lunlu" MMWinieundHcnill work don.-loonier. VVell i.Twi our fHCllltlesartiKUch tliul we can s.11 as cheap ciivu us a call before you buy JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED ! ! STEWARTS OLIVER lerkius llluck, Market lor Iron l.arlte, si., JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING Of every description tor GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Wle all lor .V-ll mrliMH ,;.i.i I ln-n.: oltt-i- ii4-.-ore in llin 1'i-rki.H llluck o i Msrkut fi-.j.-t, 1ok. U ly DRUGS! HAYES Market ntnef, in j t floor to Kitty's opera House, JACKSON, TiIVXItf. Dr. L. II. JONES lias i hurgo of the I'rcM-i iiition Departiiicnt. May-Jtl-uiu. J. L DAN'IKI., Crockett Co. i Tumi. fl". Si. in)Su .Sucres W1WT, COTTON FAGTORS AND COMMISSION MERCH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 August 1874

WHIG ANjrrRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 171. ron riovEitrcoit, .TA.9XI2H I. I'OItTJCIC. or nENnv county. FCTO. CONOKES8, .T. . O. ATKINH, OF 1IE.S-RV COUSTV. The Convention. Wo caunot in this issue give a full report of Iho Coiivciilion of tlic 1 1 tli. It wa one of tlic larcKl, iiiopI cMtlniRias- tic nml harmonious ever licld in (lie Blatc. On llio Utli ballot Jiiiljje Jas. I). Porter, of Henry county, was nominated by acclamation. Tbo platform adopted was brief, but it touches on all the living is sue now before Iho people. The convention was presided over by Hon. Gus. A. Henry, of Clarksvillc, and wan remarkable not only for (he number of delegates present Dut for their ability and standing fn the State. It is with a feeling of great plcirstrrc that wc place the name of the noiniirco at the head of our columns to-day. Thisjiiomiiia t ion is an evidence of the fact that great personal worth and integrity as well as high ability arc yet con sidered as necessary elemen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 August 1874

iecial axi Local. PKKSONALS. Gcu. Bedford Forrest "pent a couple o( days in the city thiB week. Uen. KoM. Lowry, of Miss., was ju tLo city this week. Hon. Milton Brown left the city Mondav for Bou Arma Springs. Jud;;e Black it still very low V- fj3 Lome in Trenton, and no hopes ol lus recovery are entertained. w- 1.0,1 ii. r. ulcaanre of ft visit ou Vcduendny lust, from Judge 1. Lntbam, of McmphiH. Col. E. W. UpHlmw, .f Holly Springs, MiHisil'pi. was iu tli ily this week. Mr. J. B. Martin, of the F-iIiicjIi Tr..i..l ,n wa in lhe citr l"'s week. TLo lion. J. R. Bond, of Bronh n.r.iif7li the city on V 1 1 1(7, ' i m n v i ........ 0 WcdneHdny.cn route for llardciuan county. t.lTI AlDCOBflTV ITKJ1S. Gel . boW" of I1LENNEKH A.HHKTT BIT TERM. IK, uot full to call at tu SluSer Kewlns Machine office, to Mm. Hocker store, Main .troot, and ec all tlio. noTellli- lu Hew Ins Machine, Attachment. KBED. U. KOOTK, Uenl Agent. Villi, light, wwnmodioua, clieiip, mi.I wvje of th- lan-t Mock In tbc m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 August 1874

RAIN. BY ELIZA nETH BTUAKT l'H KLI'S. Wbat can llie brown earth do Drenched .ml driiijin3 through To tbe ucart, and dazzled ij the niilit Of tlie lliht That conictli a(U-r ruin? What can the hurt life do. Healing through and through Caucbt and capturml by the slow wif i-r 'f the peace TUutromnth alter jiain? I would lir.t ini- the flown I'.udilod In the shower. That live to lighten all the wealthy .-ciic Where rain ua beer. That blossom') after pain ! M ISCEIiIjAN EO us. Virginia hope lo send a woman 122ycurs old to the centennial. 'Corn bread?, said un Irish Wait er; 'wo havn't got it; und isn't it corn bafc yo uiane?' A man uamcd bis beat bun 'Mac duff because he wanted bcr to 'lay on.' "Who killed tbe most poultry? Hamlet's uncle, for bo did 'murder most foul.' Hweet all same pudding,' said a Digger squaw with a double handful of grasshoppers to a won dering traveler. A.jounglady in Uesinoineij put vitriol on her scalp to take dand ruff off, and what scalp she bus left doesn't bo...

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