DUBLIN, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MAY, 18 1887.
PR. W. C. GIBSON,
35 1.2 GOTTON AVENUE.
Treats diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat.
Nose, and Skin .diseases. [mar 80 ly
P, M. JOHNSON,
! Till caught within his ear (his only sense)
[ And learned,to vary every mood and tense
His head's a recoptaculum of knowledge
Besides that learned from his textbooks in
Congenial on topics mathematic
His rhymes are humorous, ids wit is Attic.
There’s not a Roman or a Grecian nhmo
But that he knows him, and" his meed of
Written you the Dublin Post.
7~ [continued from last issue]
I now go out upon the porch to view
The sombre sparks upon Night's curtain
A distant view gives compass to our
thought; . .
The vivid idea, from the clouds is caught I There jis no tale by lyric poets told
I take along my old paternal fiddle, I Unless he knows it and its hero bold
And. gaze on worlds which are a perfect There is not much in history you find
riddle. That lias escaped the research of his mind
Then leaving off our trials here below LhIs talk is fluent round his fireside
And quitting thinking on our present .woe; | But he in listening takes u pleasant piido
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Forgetting for the time the low ambition,
Which makes the modern man a politician I
Abandoning the jury system’s farce.
Which body in
Among which body intellect is spuise,
And by whose verdicts, injury is done,
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IS NOW KEPT
FOP. TIIE ACCOMMODATION OF
When waning accommodation in this
line call on me.
iBEL.*' w. j.
When of his knowledge lie unlocks the
Ho feasts his guests upon Its varied store.
I ’Tis not to flatter you, dear, Stanley that
1 write my complim
Not grieving over vicious men’s control
Of part the jury—sometimes of the whole*
At which Aslrea lays aside her scale
Steps off the bench, and hidcB'bchlhd her
veil, . . • ■ •
Not dwelling on the warrior and Sword;
play the Old tume:—•‘•Sugar-in-the-
Then fancying my instrument a lyre.
Just such a one os calmed the Devil’s ire,
When Orpheus bronhtEurydlce from hell
•By tho sweetmusic’of his “golden shell,"
I quit my wonted mathematic theme;
And thought of love, and how the bright
Stung by the inspiration of the spring,
And having tuned each wiud-vibiating
So that they moaned a low and ghostly
To every zephyr.which might come albng
I, seated iu u shaded niche alone,
Tlius swept the diapason of its tone •,
Dear iittle star®, who shine sublime •
And keep correct the heaven’s time;
Ye also measure out my time,
Just like I now count off this rhyme.
For, every space you slip along
But brings ,me pettrer ;to that throng
Of countless dead who’ve gone before,
To meet their fate at Heaven’s door;
To bask in joy bn glory’s shore
Or reap in hell, woe evermore.
You put me in such gloomy mood,
That I can feel my solitude.
I’ve often thought, why do I Jove .
To sit by night and watch you mo' p,
Entreating you with maddened braiu,
For help, well knowing, ’tis iu vain,
Yon cannot .aid ipe. little stars!
For you cannot remove the bars
Between me and my nappim-ss,
And, wilb-wbose love I crave, me bless,
■ML w . intents so frank nud flat
But just because you are a trusty friend
No more no less than what you do pro.
Then, too,—my verse no farther to pro
Yours is tho Bort of name to ’ ‘hallow song
A LACE MERCHANT
And she dropped the protbiost of
little oonrtosios to Mrs. Martin, who
responded only by a grim inclination
of the ‘head.
Joab looked aftor her as sho walk
ed down the long, arched path with
the heavy basket on her arm.
I’most wish you had bought
something of her mother,” said.he.
‘She’s such a slim thing; and, after
all, life aint easy for a woman who
lias her own way to make in the
“Stuff and'honserfae I” said Mrs.
Martin. “Like enpqgl), after, all,
she’s an im poster or perhaps qven a
burglar in disguise.”
Joab smiled. ,
“Sho don’t look it,” said lie.
Scarcely an hour afterwards pthey
brought poor Abby Li nonin back to
the house. Sho lmd fallen by the
to follow it or not.” ,
•‘Well, then, don’t go anywhere,”
said Joab. “And don’t do any
I—don’t, think I understand,*‘
said Abby, timidly lifting her eyes
to his face.
young man, “and lot me do what is
to be done for us both.. Bo my wife,
dear—my mother's oheriahod daugh
ter. For 1 love yon, Abby, and I
cannot bring myself to let yog go."
Abby's eyes were notually n
roadside over^ow’Oved by tho heat.
‘‘ Well, Lddolare [‘Lsilid'M'rs.' Mar
Tile blue Juno sky stretched it
self like aii azure tent *oyer $e fifrm
house; the ohestnut trees were all in j tin, “I beliove sho done it on
blossom; and the ‘yellow-bolted beesl pp 80 *”
were diurmuring over thewhite] “Mother !” JRHRH
pinks and cinnamon ro'sbs-iri tiler *Jaob chocked her by a loo* which
garden, when-the sound of a soft ! 8 ke never forgot,
voice, roused Joab Martin from the For three long weeks Abby Lm-
Jdoze into which he bad sunk. Din- coin lay chore .11 and weak. Her
ner was just over, and Joab had stop-mother, a feeble, skim-milky
worked hard in the hay-4eld . that J eort oflittleAvomah, was telegraph,
morning; nevertheless, he eafc up-|od for. but waa.unable.to^renderany
right.aud looked around- in some |
surprise at that stran'go, unwont6dT 1 '“I' m sure !■ don
what is to
l^beopm^ of Abby,” groaned tho little
W hat can you do ? you cun portray
My future .life jp hope’s'
The voice was at tho baok of tho J step-mother. “She never
white clover-heads. I ‘T suppdfce I had better,have died,”
‘Would you like to.buy a little | S aid Abby, with a bitter s|nilffi
lace today ?” it asked diffidently. “But, you see, pother, I 'hat). n$
You seem to say, this heart of mine
“No 1” shortly responded., iMrs. choice.”
Will one day win its only shrine,
“We’re are in the Lord’s hand,”
And she, relenting by your spell,
Will militate my earthly lid
You seem to be a jnessengor,
Who bears my thou -fits from me to her,
And then portrays to me again.
“A collar? Ora ficlm ?” pleaded Laid Mrs. LincpliLpiOusly. “And T
tho voice. “They arc the very la- do hope* Abby, you’ll pray to hf) clir
test styles.” rooted into some more satisfactory
“No !” This time the Widow Mar- course. ’Che luce business certainly
Whone’er I '
n/iuuj.' hi «»w ugniui I .1 .
id face and heart of pain, tin s tone was a degree louder uijiu j can’t be depended Upon. And ybu
vliSini- ffiv i«Lrs lt sphere8, I more decided than before. ] know you two imdobt ip the Feladel-
... , y
My mind a pleasing fanev rears.
I.Bit and view with upturned gaze,
My features wan, my eyes ablaze,
And thoughts depicted on my face,
As deep—and silent—too as space-
Why d r these thoughts'crowd on my
“But you will allow me to show I f y firm for all them collars and thing
them to you ?” urn bobs tbaL was scattered on the
“Needn’t trouble yourself 1” tartly [grass and fingered oyor by the neigh
Just when you deck the airy main,
If they are not'inspired by yon,
Dawned brilliant on the ambient bine?
But the’ii you cannot talk, some' say
and they must come Some other vfcay.
Into my heart you can distill
The essence of these thoughts, at will.
Now if the novelists say true—
And I avow they sometimes do—
The women too grow lone aad drear,
retorted Mrs. Martin. “I
wear no such kiek-shaws I”
“I have eoine vory cheap articled,”
[gently urged tho stranger.
‘Hump l” - said Mrs. Martin.
“Tkoy wouldn’t he cheap at no
price for me. I wear linen for every
bors when you folk They can’t he
That is the worst of it,” said
Abby, turning her poor, palo little
face to the wall, while tho tears
welled into her eyes.
“And Brigsby &, Oo., are awful
Annexation to This Country
Talked of In the Cortes.
Madrid, May 15.—In Congress
to-day tho Cuban homo rulors de
clared that the goverttmont, ouless
*T‘ a l, ,< , , a „ it promptly found moans to improve
Stay he«. Abby." ptoJoJ. ; H,c | U| J t ,„ S „ a „ isll Wo .t
Indie, by granting the liberty de-
manded by tho orcolcsj would find
itself unable to check the Cuban,
movement in favbr of annexation to
Setter Morat, Ministtr of Foreign
said that both Spain
as sho looked at i\im. I Affairs, replying for tho govern
“It seems as if 1 must bo dream-1 u Lr u , n d America
ing mi ,ho. -01, Jonb, 1w reoiprooit, tre.tr wltereby,
glad, m A, 1 But—yonr moeh- l^ h - j|gh ; it wu8 imp0M ibl. toobtain
” Wowil. ask he, dear,-; ^
Joab, tenderly passing his arm
around tho slender yottng waist.
*8ho will Vreloome you, never
And to Abby's mQnitd siu’l>riae
Spain hoped to seouve advantugos in
rot urn for concessions in favor of
America imports. In behalf of tho
government lie opposed homo rule,
but he promised early political and
toriff reforms.—-Savannah Nows.
Mra. Martiu rcdeived her tendorly to. — : ......
her heart. BUI S je on l.ia Ulrth IMacn.
l#ffi-g!ad you've too^on ■ with A man ought not to criticise his
Joab, child," said alio.’ fit has al birth place, I presume, and yet, if I
ways appeared like there was some-1 woro to do it all over again, I do uot
thing wanting about tho plaoo ever know whether 1 would selcot that
ainco my little girl died, fourteen particular spot or not. And yet,
years ago. And you somehow seem what memories cluster about
to fill up tno vacant plaop. .You're old house. This was the
slim and little, but Joab likes you, where I first met my parents. It
and I’ll do my best lo fill a mother's was at that time that an acquaint-
plaoo to you.“ anco sprang up which has ripened
It was not until after the wod-1 in latter years iuto mutual r
ding-day that Abby exclaimed, as if and esteem. It was there that what
with a sudden thought: • I might be termed a casual meeting
it wuh you that paid that took place that has, under tho ulcho-
bill of Brigsby & Op.‘s.“ my of resistless years, turned to
jSpj|;“ said Joab, calmly, “it was goldon.links, forming a pleasant but
' Abby's byes dimthod with tender I parents and myself. [For that iva-
tenrs. son I hope that 1 may bo spared to
“Qh, Joab,." said she, “That was my parents for many years to come,
tlio firM inedicino that, did mo any There on that spot, with no m-
roal good. Dour Joab, how kind horitunce but a predisposition to
yon are.*' premature baldness ami a bitter ha*
And to roceivo tho tender little I trod to rum; with no personal prop-
kiss that Abby pressed upon his hard I erty but a misfit suspender and a
brown, Joab Martin would have stono bruiso, began a life history
ohoorfully paid a dozen bucIi bills as which has novor ceased to be a warn*
that of Brfgaby & Co.—Nm York I ing to people who sell groceries on
Lodger. • [’ . fl“‘ a!t
AtAthoiiB Sunday night, immo I Jfp, Grmly lor Vico-i»i , o i 8ldoi»fc.
diatoly after tho Salvation Amny Tho Now York llorulil is out in
mooli.ig, tho University students j tt londor strongly urging the
And shed a silent, loving tear,
nr love to show
And crave a chaucethe
To their ideal gallant beau.
And hope tiiat thoughts scut up to yon,
W ill fall reflected on his view. •
She feels that he her thoughts must know,
lie thinks, as be feels, she feels so; a
'* %rtl! APA
A mediator, then,, yo
Between man and lit
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■■J) s Jove a far.
For both, each other’s thougl^ts diyipe,
The language ofrtlie stars on . \
Whieii’have.expression, like an eye. a
Maa can t but tbiuk on you us specks,
Although he knows, when he reflects,
That you are worlds of greater size
Than this which meets our mortyl cyes,
That unsupported through blank space,
Youttnove along with *ven grace; V; 1 '
And tiiat wliich people call the sky,
J* but the Hm it of the eye. ■ . ’ ■ -mi
As far tts man lias ever seen,
Are poud’rous suns of dazzling sheen,''' ]
Which since that'bright creation’s dawn—
The (lute,which Moses fixes on—
w one-elghdwtto degrep,
The common compass which you see,
t/'ould scarcely run a course so fine;
And hucli an arc i» a straight line.
But, as our. plaucts. round ottr sun.
Their bright and steady circuits run,
So does each sun and retinue,
Move round some orb that’s hid from
As their grand centre; and no doubt
That other circles then reach out,
Until the pivot is God's throne,
Who turns the whole around as one.
You tell a child, God made yon star
And bis small mind can reach tiiat far
And God U groat; then tell a man
To take his telescope aud scan
Th'imrncasurable realms of space,
No nearer comes he to God's face.
Anil God grows grander iu Ifis state,
As we, Ilia empire penetrute.
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duy, and croohet collars that I knit particular,'* added the step-mother,
myself for Sundays.” > “Oh, dour 1 oh, dear ! you always
Then there followed a brief ail-1 ffU g unluckv, Abby !”
euce. While Joab, out on tlto
Could you give mo a drink of ground his tooth furiously,
water ?” at lust spoke the lace mor- l “That woniuu would driyo a raiut
chant. “I have walked quite a dis- mad,” B aid he. “I dcclure, it would
tanco. and I am tired aud thirsty.” do me good to pitch her out of the
“Thpro’s. the woll,” said Mrs. w
Martin, curtly. “And there’s the The next w6ok a receipted .bill
bucket hanging up alongside of it, caillQ to Ably Lincoln,—a bill fbr
with a gourd-shell to drink out of.” I the value of the goods in lace and
Joab.bit his lip. They soun|Ie|hnoslin, which Miss Lincoln had last
so brusque and unconrteous, those i 1U( j f r om tho firm of Brigsby & Co.'
of bis - mother. He strode I ^ Philadelphia. , ,■ ’ . ; _
around to the roar of tho house. “VVhat can jt mean ?” said Aliby,
“Lot mo draw you a bucketful of wiL |i Ul0 tears of. joy glisttuiqgj iu
fresh water,” said he, kindly, to the hdr eyes. “Oil, how very, vbr
woman. “Sit down on the green thankful I am !”
bench there, under tho trees. Moth- ^ud from that day sho began to
Ur, haven’t you a little left ef the I meud.
frictipseq^l chidken tiiat we iiiwl |or But when she first wont out into
dinner ? And a piece of home-made I ^j 10 uunsli.'nc, with the scent of rip-
apple-pie and a gloss of inilk for the CH jug peaches on tho wall and tl»e
young lady?” L,A > - hollyhocks bogiiming to open thoiV
I suppose so,” was Mrs, Martin’s graud crimson cups against ilia hedge
grudgingly-given ^answer, as she she looked yaguoly around. 1
- I “It is ahcaiitifiii world,” she saidi
he was sneereu ao uy tno oiowu, «i^ a f or jjr, Qrady, ms gi
which provoked Ins wrath to snob an f llin0U8 8 p 0 ooh, hailed with
extent that lie threatened to fire up- bot i, ^ 0l . t |j un d South,
on them. At this the boys rushod to 0 .e, H sin!Z tho patriotic sontii
spread out the last pocket-liandker-
8o now this poem I do dedicate
To Joel Stanley, who I know can rate
Its good and bad with an impartial mind
Though to roy faults he might he some too
He daily adds unto bis mental store;
His wealih litcrcaMU he tu U8 It o’er-
And not withstanding helms long been
He leaves good mui.y seeing man behind.
When Amiwrdsis flist destroyed bis sight
It Hcems, he woul'l have yielded to IIiIk
and, quite disheartened, turned ewny from
Jmk < timls'd lo be ulaUerablu fool;
Hut lie Intent—K.slntnge to !«• Itelluvod—
From othei*. moulii«.e It v< rb uud uouu
chief, and taking up her bosket went
into the house.
The dinner was plain and simple,
but to Abby Lincoln it tasted bet
ter than anything that Delmon ico
could have served up.
; “I haven’t sold anything to-day,’’
said she, with a faint slot le which
was painfully nigh to a sob. “1
should have gone hungry if it had
not been for your kindness.”
“Isn’t it a good business, thon ?"
said Joab, “Selling laces I mean ?’
“Not vury,” answered Abby,
At that uiomont the clock struck
two, and \bby arooj.
“I must go now,” said she. “I
am viqy mud) obliged to you
“and yet—yet if I had died, the
problem would have beon solved so
easily 1” , .
“What ’problem ?” asked Joab,
who was currying tho cushioned
rooker out under th® horse-chestnut
trees, where she could s[t and watch
tile sunbeams come und go.
“Of what is to become of mo,
said sho, dreamily, “for, to toll you
the truth. I don’t know what to do,
nor whore lo go.
matched np the street in a body 0 f Henry Grady as vice-president on
singing, and when Policemen Good- t | lB nox t Democratic tiefcot. It
rum attempted to ttrroslo.no of them I BJl y B .
ho was sneered at by tho orpwd, <«Aa for Mr. Grady, his great and
pressing the patriotic sontimouts o
tho college armory, aiid foroing an I both and all sections, places him in
jinlianco, armed themselves with t | 10 forefront of Lite party, and iu~
murikets and baymiets, and marched L urc8 him the confidence and favor
through tho town 150 strong. 1' Lf the whole country. His i
was not the intention of the boys to v j cc .president on the ticket would
create any disturbance, us they wore „trength to it more than uny
vory orderly and the guns were not j gp U tborn or Northorn man. H
stand for a through and final
reconciliation between the North
* South, and would'appCftUo- .cvory.
and Chief Oliver summoned a large | ptttl iotic sentiment, in.this country
posse of citizens t9 suppress it. ”
the students wore informed of this
ledtug by a committee o| the
sens, they expressed regrot that
they should have oreated sucl; an
impjoiwion, and quietly marched
back to tho campus and disarmed
themselves. The affair is much
talked of, and many still believe that
it was the intention of the student*
to create a riot, but such was net
their intention. Howevor, they cor
tainly created a bic sonsation, and,
the streets were oiowdod with excit
ed citizens. —Savannah News,
Since the institution of “Arbor
day’ l-orest culture in this country has
been greatly encourtigHd. It iso<.
timatedi that west of the Mississippi
000,000,000 treos have been planted.
In Nebraska alone 12,000,000 trees
were planted on the first Arbor day,
audit has been officially estimated
tlut ?Q0,000 acres ol forest have been
planted in that State.
Missed His Vocation.
“If I were you.”tlio selioollKiy said,
Before bin teacher quailing,
“I’d f^ii and I’d a wtilor l»e—
You arc so fond of whaling !”
Tljfl Scabrook (N.
Imvo decided that a
hen is not an
Wliut lie Reminded Her Of.
Ho—I must bo going, so I will bid
animal. Wonder if they feck op her you good-night.
as a vegetable because of her crop
or a minora) bcoause of her gizzard
“Shall I tell you ?” said Joab,
Abby looked wistfully at him.
“I should bo very thankful for a
little good utl’/ioe, ,vbother 1 an utile
The Detroit Tribune truly says
“.Stripped of i 1 h mosquito mdiing
tho word mugwump moailfl free
trader. You cun poke it. for that
ami not mi -t 0110 time if) a hlll)«
Sho—Oil, your call makes mo
think st» much of one ineuibe: - of u
lie—What member, pray ?
SI10 -Why, the shortstop. — Boston
A Sulvutiou Army Bouuet.
“That bonnet would scare the dtr
lliniKOlf,“ sniff 0 Heckman street m.
lo a Salvation Army limitciiuoL.
“TliatS ti*u reit-oi. I wear it, btr,
kind the. - L\.