TIIR WEEKLY TELEGRAPH AND MESSENGER, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24. 18*
THE oeceitfui. vicar.
.t Baron!'** rhurch upon
^Kr'churtb or^w°U*r bill
«„ho.,t 1WM ne.t and ■plckand ipan;
F*},,Twos span «nd spick,
* iraGHjoUW .trie,
Iv eves a church llko this
one »*erpo ual fe**>t;
- ... t„ \ t c perfect, lacked
nh id Indeed a window tllere,
*lSJ5!WESUd lor tho East
VflffliirtZiiDmach the belt.
ati-oune. yon ■*?• I* Put
® a , wt.m r window In,
* *£Cremation should have found
... .tint remark. .lew r-ader, I
J*!££k.Alton AhouU have found
*S)fnwdlul fuudi, o! course.
And eo. no doubt. It would hATO done
nltli free nuljscrlptlon list,
Bt'lAe.. tl.o. v.i potion, friend,
lucli did not exist.
•stfasssaKSs, 1 ?
roiNTB ABOUT A TWISTER.
“What is a twister?”
“A ball that goes to the plate like a cork
screw. You’ve got to twist nearly the hide
oil a ball before yoa can get it to go in on
m , rT™ *At‘“ w vr v a quiver. I used to tear a good many
The following dispatch to the New York balls, but the batters were blamed for If.
H’orM from this city shows how unscrap- In twisting a bait with my little Anger, I'd
ulously, during wnrm political campon,, | te2f3&l&L<Sij£j&
nversge newspaper correspondent dis
amctlinos hc«e worthy men induced
olS'rtl.’ioS'lor.’wKb no one thore, .
^Ihe ladles found It slow.
^iter'wcm t Iru'Sh psatm and hymn,
glu/ono day Bmayl* would preach .to
Antdber?lloodgo to Ulm.
sow Vicar Boodge was put the term
*0*three-score ye*™ *»d ten.
And Ourate smoyle was bald and gray-
And both were married men.
Intlmstho worthy vicar died.
Aiwmetlmes is the cue.
The bubop sent a Rood young man
To Oil tue vacant place.
na IU a tall and handsome youth.
His ace was tweuty-slx, •
And in a most becoming way
all robes be used to fix-
Do lun Icc to his many points
Idunot thick l can:
And now occurred a curious thing,
At least 1 thought it rum;
Be people to St Baroabu
Xn »boxU began to come.
Be roMrcgttiou In threo weeks •
Tr*mendou«ly had utovn.
The Udies took the geullemen
And also went alouo.
The Reverend Tajrlor Blue, of courae,
Wa» very, very pleased;
He knew tniw full the church had been
In iluiu of Boodge, deceased.
On week days he’d two nervlcea,
To which the ladl a flecked.
Filling the church wl h flow ers and things,
Wber at old Smeyle was shocked.
And thri e on every Sunday he
Failed no’ to pass tho plate.
For the l'hmI fe to - could not see
“Why Barnabas should wait.”
"For pomp*< and vanities.” he crlod,
•Mrire not In the least:
But this my church doth sorely need
A window lu the east.”
And soon there came skilled non from town,
And soon a n -atTolil rose:
Keit Marnah.ii tilmse f appeared
In variegated clothes.
Surrounded by a halo and
A ut of-al lit* select,
names. Ju*t for the moment, I
Can scarcely rvoull.ct.
Then had tho K-verend Taylor Blue
Tims Hisfactiou great
Of a«kiiig the goo-1 bishop down,
Tho work to consecrate.
This was the Christian triumph of
The Reverend Taylor Blue,
But soon reverse* f flowed, as
They very often do.
torts facts and eagerly seizes upon every
bsppehing for the purpose of coloring it
with his own particular political tinge:
When the Right Rev. Bishop Ryan,who
presides over this diocete, called, he was
once recognized as the head o! the
^Patbolic Church here, and those about the
Governor instinctively fell back, feeling
that the distinguished church dignitary
meant more than an ordinary call upon
bis excellency. But it was not so. He
remained for some time in .earnest con
versation with the Governor, and in a few
minutes was joined by the Rev. Cronin of
the Catholic Union and Timet, a clergy
man almost as well kuowu as the Bishop
himself. Both reverend gentlemen
sured tbe Governor of their - hearty
dorsetnent of his administration, and re
iterated the statement made .before that
they (elt sure he had not nsed his Influ
ence to aflect the disposition of the free
dom of worship bill. It was only when
the gathering crowd began to evince a lit
tle good-natured jealous impatience of the
way their friend was being monopolized
that the Bishop withdrew, after cordial
congratulations and a warm grasp of the
Now the facts in the case are simply
these: Having been assured by warm
trsonal friends of Gov. Cleveland that he
It keenly aggrieved at the charge brought
sgainst him iu certain Catholic quarters
regarding the Freedom of Worship bill,
and that he was desirous of making a
statement relative thereto, Bishop Rysn
and the editor of this paper quite cheer
fully agreed to call upon the Governor foi
the purpose of hearing such statement,
and if injustice had been done, to give
him an opportunity of personally deny
ing tbe charge and setting himself right
before tbe Catholic t ublic.
The call was made entirely in the inter
est of justice and fair play, and it was
distinctly understood that no political
‘ ;nificance whatever should be attached
Th* Reverend Taylor was encaged,
Bat hade ncealed the fact
from th» ladies of St Barnabas,
wbertln he showed some tact.
!V> show her his position an
Importance to the town.
Bet sometimes thin**’ get noised abroad
la most provoking way.
Ibeladle* of 8t. Barnabas
Boon learned he was engaged,
Acd. very justly, hll of Uum
Were awfully enraged.
la*. In a body want >nd loved
Tbe Reverend Jobuaoa (Jrcea.
Keit Sunday our poor Vicar law
_, A IWRR.rly array
OI">P*y benches'* In bis church
* bleb uwd to bo ao (ay.
Anil once «euln dl l worthy Hmcylo
ludulre Iu , saint and hymn
Afoot With Vicar Taylor, who
—Tbe Cornhlll Mesarlne.
A BADE IN THE WOODS.
Th, AR.aMurao of n L.ttlo Toddlar
A00ah and Rook, Country.ida.
Tho quiet hamlet of Blandfonl was
•cant on Sunday of an exciting episode.
Herbert Cme* live, jn tho road between
Btandford Centra and "North Blandford,
Hla wifa ta vUltlnR out of town and
cars ot tbe farm ho i—. with charge of
two-nnd-a-half-year.olJ boy, devolves
bit mother. The IttU, fellow
yard at play on Saturday morning, while
his grandmother was busy inside, lfar
leg occasion to go to the door, tbe scoman
mlasad the child and hunted for him
thinking he might be In mtiehM. Fall
ing to And Urn, she fes-el he ha t
dend down the root. Being unfit t
low Idm, the blew the tin horn, sum
lig tbe father from the field. Mr. Cross fall lo my racket. All
searched the buildings on the premf* ■ ^cher willirstora
hlni "HifaBilfr nm I „ When I esu
hla neighbor* and the rumor of a child catcher by amotion ji
lost >oread till a ps'ty of n*?arly one bun- pitch It next^tinie. N
amd assefub ■ ' durti d th- afternoon to
j nn the search* Uanyof them took lan-
terns and bitches and followed their quest
nil midnight. The only trace of tbe child
Jaa a play thing or two In a rye Hubble
And near toe home. When midnight
came end the child had not been found
the father g.reuii hope of eeelng him
mire. Th* biy ha I tin attack of croup
the night hetore and it seemed reasonable
toe include that ho could not survive a
day and a night of exposure. When the
neighbors abandoned the aearch aooo
after midnight they took teams and
spread (he uew, thr.tugU llecket andChes-
When the sun r—! 8-“ '*•
Jeers, 150 sturdy hit
A MEAN POLITICAL TRICK.
ayed Upon the Bishop of Buff.tlo and
the Rev. Father Cronin.
Catholic Union and Times.
they don't cover the, ball* so tight. Twis
ters ore the onea to fool ’em out, and the
curls are tbe corkscrew balls, go up, in
stead of dropping. If the catcher don't
drop to yonr signal on a raiser, the ball’ll
iwhsck him on the head eveaiH^^^H
Beyond the eourteoue greetings which
mark the meeting ot gentlemen, B.ehop
Ry.n took bnt little part in the conversa
tion, preferring to be a silent witness to
the statement made to tbe writer, and
which he here appends.
Tbe Freedom of Worship bill waa tbe
chief topio of conversation. On other
subjects there was little said.
Ou the 4th ulL we said in these col
“We bate all innnendo and cowardly
indirectness No one should be condemn
ed n|ton insinuation; every lover of fair
play will demand proofs of guilt before
pasting condemnatory judgment. It is
asserted tbit Uov. Cleveland used his in
fluence againkt the passage of the Free
dom of Worship bill in order to escape
tbe oflicial embarassment of
vetoing it. Now, either this
charge ie true or fuse. If false, those
Woo mails it are political assassins who
should be publicly pilloried. If true,
cry American dtlien who believes in
llglons freedom and equality before the
law should denounce the doer ot such
dastard need as one altogether unfit to be
President ol the United States. Come,
gentlemen, you who have made this
charge, let ua have the proof."
Now, iu tbe presence of Bishop Kyan
and oiuerR.ntlrmeti.Oov. Cleveland nae
distinctly dented this charge, and his de
ntal le accurately formulated In tbe fol
lowing dispatch to the Sun of Saturday:
“The Hlgbt llev. llishop Bvan and the
Rev. Father Cronin, editor of the Catholic
Union and Timet, called on Oov. Cleveland
to-day at the Oenesee Hotel. A pleasant
chat was had, in tha coarse of which the
Governor took occasion to deny in the
moat emphatic manner the charge that
he bad ever directly or indirectly Influ
enced any member of the Legislature re-
gardimr the disposition ol the Freedom ol
This. then. Ie a'l there was to the call
which Bishop Ityan and tbe writer made
upon Oov, Cleveland, which has caused
ao much foolish comment, and to which
partisan politicians art Iceklog to attach
And we cannot withhold the expression
ol our indignation at the attempt to tor
ture this solicited interview, intended in
behalf of fair play, into a partisan sop-
port of any political-candidate.
THE BASEBALL WONDIR.
A Young Man Who Proposes to Startle
In ell my baseball experience of fifteen
yean," said a leading manager yesterday,
I never met a men in all my life who had
more gall than a young lellow balling from
the Pennsylvania coal regions, who ap
plied to me for a position to plsy ball. He
was very sincere in all be said, perfectly
honest and straightforward, and bad an
idea that be knew It all and bad forgotten
nothing. Uewai about six feet tall and
bad never played in a league or associa
tion nine In his lilt. He bad belonged to
an ordinary amateur club. I asked him
what position he filled, and aa near as
can recollect hla answers to my questions
wen about aa follows: -I'd rather be
pitcher than anything elee, although I can
play any position. The reason I’d rather
be a pitcher te because I have some new
puiuU. Yon seo I have th* In-curve, the
heck him on tbe head every time.'
“Is there anything but pitching that you
in master ?" I ventured.
“ ‘0, yes I I was thinking the other day
of a dandy design, but I'm left on it up to
going to press. You see. I'd like to hurry
the world on the re'ooand bulge. I'd like
to get a ball on a draw shot. I've seen a
ball get bsck on a billiard table. They
call 'em d/aw shots. I'd like to draw n
ball backward away from the bat. If I
could send in a ball, all giddy with twist,
to spin out just as it reached three feet
from the batsman, why it might give a
backward kick just like a top whenlt Alee
pff on a tangent when it's done spinning.
Of coarse I'd have to be my own catcher,
and I could only cm It when the bases are
“Do you believe much in speed in de
“ ‘Not a bit of It. Yon kill yonr catcher
and you make batting all chance work.
Science gets way oiT on a swift delivery
and players shut their eyes and hit. Why,
sir, I can crack in inch board every game
it 1 want to pitch swlit, and wear out two
catchers every nine innings. That don't
pay. Besides it's no satisfaction. I want
people to see the floe points of pitching. I
donHstuiy the batters: I make tbe bat
ters study me. •That's the way I get ’em
on a ran and I break 'em up every time.’
“Do yon know bow to build up a man's
‘•'Well, I should allow 1 Say I’ve got a
good friend on an opposing nine. I give
him strsight balls, he gets two or three
clean hits every game on me, and the
managers think he n the boy to pound tbe
very life out of me. Next season he gets
a big whsck of a salary and dlvles with me
If he 1 ! white. Generally he don't, and then
everybody wonders why It is that he can't
hit me the next season. He knows, and
so do I.'
"Do you understand pavilion policy?”
‘"W-ll. if it’s betting you mean, of
coarse I do. I don't play policy, though.
If I've got a good friend in. the pavilion,
wbo’iLstend In with me, o( course I'd know
how to work the job. I'd pick out three
men on the opposing nine and give tbe
names to my friend, telling him to bet
they’d make their bases every time. Of
course those men would get good, stralsht
Let Boreas Go Buss the Widow Ben.
It is now whispered that only a few days
ago lielva was killed by a morning aepbyr.
What Only n Pretty Woman May Wear.
Olive g’een and pale lavender is a netr
Parisian combination in dresses and bon-
Remnrkof n Patriot Who Lost a Hat.
“It's just onr lack,” said a Demo
crat. “We always win when there Isu’t
over 5 cents In the pot and always lose
when there is 15.
Where Bslva Falls Short.
Bciva Lockwood may learn to smoke ci
garettes bsijra the campaign is over, bnt
ehe can never acquire tbe art of striking a
match os tbe other candidates do.
Uncle Sam the Boy Wno Pulls Through.
Springfield KepuOilcan (Rep)
The disappointed souls in Ohio should
reflect upon Artemus Ward's remark
about tbe way tbe world would contlaue
to revolve on Its axis, “subject to the con
stitution of the Uoited States."
balls to whsck at. I’d have another set of
three names for my man to bet against
every time. You Dot I’d get in my work
that they'd die every time before reaching
first. Why. sir, I had a butty one season
that I could talk to from tho ball field
while he was In the pavilion end I'd never
esy a work. If be bet 12 to 110 that a man
would positively make a two-base hit, why,
you bet my pitching would give it to him.
Of conrto Id emtio to win such bets, and
then everybody on the field would think I
had lots ol gall to laugh ou being batted
out of the holes. My man would never
make a bet like that unices the base was
empty. You ace, he wouldn’t make me
took like a duffer, yon see.’ ”
A Promising Partner.
"Yet, that fellow sitting over there is
my pardner,” remarl:. 1 a young man in
the (rankingcar. “We'™ following tbe
county fairs with a little racket, and
makln' money, too That pardner of mine
is a hustler. Yon wouldn't think it. he’s
so qmet like, and looks so nest and inno
cent. But he's a sleek one from Slippery
Creek, he ie. One day we was in Lonls-
ville busied. We hadn't a cent. We
wanted 15.50, but had pawned everything
a d hadn't a show to raise a red.
“ ‘Wait here a few minutea,’ said my
pard, 'and I'll get the money.' ’’
“He went dosrn to tho whotosalo district,
went into a big store, and, going up to the
; ‘I want 15 SO.' The man looked
What It Meant,
“Ms, what is meant by Tittla pitchers
have long ears?'"
“It is simply an expression, my dear,
used by grown people sometimes when
children are abouL Where did you hear
“I heard pa say it to the nurse.”
Naw Yorks Majority.
Augusta Evening News.
A prominent citixen of Augusta received
a letter to-day from a well-pos ed Yankee
of New York, saying thst New York would
vole for protection by 50,000 majority.
The republicans are making their fight on
this line, while the DemocrataatiU keep np
the cry of “reform.”
A Splendid Fireman.
Johnny—Ma, may I take the baby csr-
rtege? I want to play with it for a “ ’
Mother—Well, Johnny, I should think
you might ask to take baby, too; ;oa
know that the new nuree has not arrived
yet. I am afraid yon don't love yonr little
brother very much. Johnny.
Johnny—0. yes I do, ma; he shall come
too; he’ll make a splendid fireman. Billy
Qubbina has bis mother’s clotbea-lloe tbe
carriage will be tbe engine, and then'll be
about twenty boys to poll. We'll make
Alice E. Cbutis of Brunswick, Mo.,
writes, she has suffered very much with
kldnev disease. Using several bottles of
Hunt's Kidney and Liver Remedy Mias
C. pronounce* it a real bleating to woman
for all kidney diseases.
ffWCAPITAL PRIZE. *73.000.'
Tlokets ontr ES. Shares In Proportion
5d»P : -S--
They All Oo It,
Shrewd Storekeeper—"Jim, take thatbii
mat ont to the front pavement nnd bent i
well. I noticed yesterday It was filled with
Janitor—“I hive already done that,
“Early this morning; as soon as I got
“Well, well; will yon never learn sense.
Jim? Don’t you know that the clouds of
dust from thst rest most have settled
around the premises, and with tbe first
gust of wind will coma right back Into the
store and Injure my goods?”
“But, sab, yon told me to shake it in
“Of course; bat I did not tell yoa to do
so early in the morning.”
‘Does It make any ditierrnca, sab T"
‘Certainly. Wait until the etreets are
crowded; then tbe passers-by will carry
the dost off.”
him over in astonishment, and said: ‘What
for?’ Then my pard madcap a story about
his being a stranger In town, and hie sister
being sick, and most have 15 60 for med
icine. ‘I don't want to beg,' he said; 'I'm
willing to work. Otve me a job, if only at
a dollar a day, so I can earn some money.’
Th* man took Mm into the cellar and pat
him to work carrying up boxes. My pord
worked hard-lo sing boxes and barrels as
if be had* dope it ail hla life. In fifteen
minute* the boss called him up, gave him
f5.50. and told him to get the medicine for
bis elstEr, and come to work in the morn
ing. In fifteen minute* more we were over
In Indians tuskin'for a county fair. That
Is the advantage of a min havin' an honest
face, like my pard'e there.”
The American Race.
The American Association champion
ship season dosed day befors yesterday
and tbe Metropolitans win the pennant,
with considerable margin. Tbe Columbus
club second, the Loultrille* third, Ctndn-
natt fourth and the 8L Louie teem, by
forfeiting a game at Brooklyn and being
delcatedTWrdneeday at Baltimore, have
dropped back from third to fifth place.
Tha following is the table;
Won Lost. Played. Are.
_ M a 107
out-curve, the drop, the strong twist, the
curl, the raiser and the cross-cuL Then I
bavealotof new signs, a regular signal-
code for a catcher thst players won't drop
to or catch on to. You see that's tha great
trouble with profession it pitchera. They’ve
•ot a a lot of old signs they use and all the
regular players tumble to their racket,
catch on to ft you eee. and the dub nta
left. You take an old-time pitcher, follow
him up lor a half season, and you'll get
him down so fine that jou can tell just
when b'es going to pnt a ball oyer the plat*,
and and just when be aln t. Now, I ye got
a way thit If I was getting 1100 a week I d
bet a month's salary that no man would
"" “"** «ny
get Into the box-. .
“I then asked him whether be knew
how to throw a game, when he at once re
plied: ‘Do I know? Why, I've got the
finest racket to th# world, ft a manager
wants to drop a gam*. A p tcher can do
the whole bnilneu. All yoo vegot to do
is to give ’em a bunch ot blta In due Inning
a , 1 that flIU the bill. Then 4*1. thst I
pitch tbe better'* delight Bet Jour Ufe.
whenever you eee a bunch of big htU In
f })» wood* end fields a. -
wnn»d tbamwalvea la a line, tha u
free ware, and th«n a ivance
Mur nodac e<ery r.»clc and log
which theiitU* wondorer might h
him down to die. All the lung K.
with its frrqaent showers, the
worked its way furthi
■tezd. Koo:i after,
thinking ti redout
u! th*? approachinj
out to 94MUr
one inning, that bunch baa been to market
long before it was made.’
"What do you mean by the croee-etu
That's tbe saw-oyer style. You get
away ©serin the right comer of the tax,
hang oaf 7 yonr arm well and pitch catly-
. .ruered, aa It were. You’ve got to mo-
tion to your catcher to pley to hte right,
away oat. A batter can’t get the gauge to
a cr.es-cut near as writ as be out to an
out-curve. I’m practicing Mt-handed
pitch'og. and when T get that to bed-rock
M-:eoca .11 swing across-cut pilch that
will lay way over any ln-ourye ball. Ix>ox
at my Itule ting, r! Feel lt-5U bone!
riiat little finger doe* a basketful of fins
work; don't you forget It.’
••Will you describe year other styles of
'Well, Use drop is a good (Mam The
I I,all g'w* straight as an arrow, ju t as If tt
ing over the homo-plate. When it
Within three feet from that spot,
I however, tbe bsii auddet.ly lores iu torce-
slid drone alt from iu line and geu to
it,-,rr w11ta no force. The iiettrr
t>| nee away, poonda wfnd and strike* just
M.- elii-ba-. "■ . 1 been Lad .t L -t
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Decrease of Cold Circulation.
Waseieotos, October 17.—Tim director
of th* mint bes prepared a statement iu
regard to tbe preeenl nsoney ctrculaUpn In
thirty-nine of the principal countriea ol
the world, as compared with thedrcula-
tion reported a y ear aio, which> show* a
decrease la gold circulation of about 152.-
-- tDOO, eu increase la silver circulation o(
._t.00U000.and an Increase In piper circa-
ationoff112.,00000. He attribute* tbe
ion in gold circntatiooto reduced produc
tion and to tbs increased us* of thst metal
In ormentation and art*.
T-talk 'boat e-estln' an' d-drinkln 1
a'mucb as y* please." *old a Wabash Val
ley Hornier, “yer t-Urreptn in' yer b-beef-
•toeka, an' yer ■ toft shell c-crabs, an' yer
c-champtgne, end ell them tort ot Usings,
but tf yer w-went to see genootne n-nonr-
tahment, jeet rang, m-m* k»( aid* o' six
teen o-oancea o’ Southern Injenny w-whis-
ky, and 'bout twenty-eight g grains o' qul-
nine. Toil's what I call soup."'
The Result (till Uncertain.
Pint Citizen—Well, old man, wbat do
yon-think nt Ctavehusd'i chances now?
unese you'd toe* thst little 120 beL
Bcoond Citixen—“Yoo wait until Novem
ber la beard from. I don't cared Ohio ha*
gone Republican. Beside*, 1 y* hedged.
by the tropic breeze;
Soxodont in healthful fragrance
Cannot be surpassed by theie.
Teeth it whitens, purifies;
You wilt ua* it ft you're wise.
JT IS BOTH A "SAFE CURE”
and a “8PECIFIC.”
It L'UltF.N nil Dl.ra.r. oftlie Kldaera.
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Jnum!lrr t lltlloaanraji* IlraiU
nclir. Hour HtomncU, Dy«prpBla,
C«^U»«lion t MK I'iiin«t In (tie
llurkp Lola*, or Hide, l(<-trillion or
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tut at d xrcairn.
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By an overwhelming popular vote It. fran
chtic wa* mado a part of thapresent state con
etttatlon adopted December it, A D., U7».
The only lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people ot any list*. ,
It never acales or postpones
jjtl OfieMbgle Number Drawings
L. IN TOE ACADEMY OF MUBIC, NEW
ORLEANS. TUE8DA/, November II. I88A
— 173th Monthlydrawla*.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 878,000.
100.000 Tickets at Five Dollar® EnoF
Fractions In Fifths In Procortlon*
list or rxun.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE J 75,000
1 do do 2'*.000
1 dO do M,HHM.I.NMM.t.NlMe 10.0U)
2 PRIZES OF l/i.000...™.. 12.UB
• do 2,0OO. »«**»«* 10.000
• Approximation prizes of *750 4 1750
—_ Currency by kspnaa nt
4 and upward* at oar «xp«ium\ addrc.«*cd
M. A. DAUPHIN,
. Naw Orlaana. Ln„
or Me A DAUPHIN,:
607 Seventh 8t«. Washington, D. C.
Make F. O. Money orders payable end ad
dress Hr filtered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL RANK,
New Orleans. La.
—The present (third) Duke of Wei-
ling ton is not rs well ofx rz his father waa.
with the eecond Data. Tbeenglishpen
■ion wu granted for three lives.
The Jockefe Archer.
Loypov, October 14.—'Tbs toodon Mom*
inn V : nm forma ly apologized to Fred
Archer for IU charges of unfair riding at
the DsMcaiter and Manchester meeting*,
and the jockey has withdrawn Lis hoe!
suit against the paper.
DESIRE TO CALL THE ATT US' HON OF THE PLANTER! TO TKB FOLLOWING
POINCd OF EXCELLENCE IN
The Thomas Harrow,
They will pulverize clay, lumpy and cloddy soil and green sod. They will cut np
and bury cornstalks ahd minure. The teeth are slanting, which inalc-s them very
easy of draft and le^a liable to clog than any other Harrow made. One man and
team can eailly pot in twenty acres of grain a day with them. Send for cnulogne
giving pride and what they are guaranteed to do.
Dportatuen will find In oar «tock of guns an assortment inch ns no other house in
G orgia carries. Wt sell the following cc'.ebrated nnkee: Parker, Colt's. Feij^r, Har-
'Ington A Kiebarda, Ifamm^r'cst, and many English and German Itreech-Losding
RhotGona, Winchester, Ballzrdsod Bcmlnftoo Rlllw, Pl8tdi. A'nmunition, Clay
Pigeons, and all kinds of iporting gooda, besides the beat assortment of
After eight years ol successful business
in Macon, our quarters have become too small
to do the business coming to us, and we
found it necessary to have erected the
FINEST HARDWARE STORE
In the city. We havejjgreatly increased our
Stock and are prepared u£ give bottom prices
on all goods in our line. We will in future
be found at Nos. 56 and 58 Cherry street,
mext door to Jaques & Johnson.
A. B. FARQUHAR & CO.,
Jobbers of Hardware and Manufacturers Joi
Konch protective against chills and
fcTer and other dis«a«ea of a malarial
type exiat* m Iloatcttrr’sStomach Hitters.
It ftUfis comtlpslloq. Uvcr dteordtfz.
rheumatism, kidney and bladder aiimfH
with certainty and i*r.mq.mude.L
change, aa gratifying as U 1- complete.
I toon takes place In th* appearance, aa
well as tb“ aenaatlop, of tbe wan and hag
gard InvaUd who »*»#•« this atandard pro-
I motir of fcaaldi SMatnwrf^^H
For a ala by 1
: dr J,v • L- .tr.dii
Da. K C. WaaraVamva an Brain Tax at*
Headache Nervooa Proatratton canard
» |of alcohol or tobacco, WataftUncee, Mat
Dcprcaiiaa. (oftentne of the brain
lnxln Inmiliy aa-1 laaAing to mUetyj
prvpaldon receipt o' price.
WE CUaaaNTEE SIX BOXES
To ear* ear eea*. With each rnlar
by tutor III Intti, ar.oiabanleO with 5.00,
we will «cnil the purchaacr ear written goer. I
sate* to rahind the money If tha toUMa
I doe* not effect a cur*. Guarantee* tuned
» U ' ‘ . ‘ -
QN ImprtvKl Karmi and City Prcp»rty«
For terms apply to|
R. F. LAWTON
SCHOFIELD’S IRON WORKS,
MACON, - GEORGIA.
J. S. Schofield & Son, Proprietors f
Matimitui Daitnii Unn Varitiy Agricultural Machinery.
SCHOFIELD’S PREMIUM COTTON PRESSES,'
To Pack by Horse, Hand. Water or 8team Power.
Schofield s Empire Engines and Boilers and Circular Saw Mills,
i’niit? Mnlrt and Kettles and and Machinery of Kvery Kind.
“Shafting.” “Pulleys’* and “Hanger*” a Specialty.
Ertikatbs Promptly Viiiiiuu axd <’orkcm‘o?«dk>< a Solicitrd.
U/K k*wp in Mnl. Mn •i.::i -n and Railway Iron Pipe and Fitting*,
” Altevian Well Carting and Machinery, Valvei, Whittle*, Lubricators, Packing-
Ikltin* Files, Oilz, hawv. \Yrenchca, etc., etc.
Call on or write ua. bend for our new Illustrated Catalogue and Price Llat.
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