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(ift rrn)t ttnM..n I.. l,M-iti.- vi.triist'I
to h in Wilv.ii and adj iuiu ' miitici.
t V. ltLOHNT,
Attorney - at - Law,
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Will ira.-'ic in XasIi, Kdgcr.ombc and
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WILSON COLLEGIATE SEMINARY
IVOR Y L'N l.ADIKS.)
But tttfit rmnioid in all tlfpait incuts
liitntiii iinMnally licilliiv.
Kt .1. per i-vj.n. ,,f 1 J wi ek". im-lndin
ftfl, light and furnwh'id rnom JV,0l.
Oilir i-hrjf in id r.itf .
Kali Si.m lirin S' pttMnhf-r !..
Fr ratah'uv or infm in iti al, .id In-,
J. It. ItUKWKK.IVm.-ipal.
Wil-'!! Collogiato Institute
FOR HOI II SF.XKS
TR1CTLY A'OS - SECTAMAS
tr Tfar th mst sueef ul xlnxil in
Xaiirm 'arolin-A. The lict advantage
aad low-t rates, lb-ahliy location. Able
and l",frl nc d Teacher. Fine Library
and (ip:inuu'.. Spu-ions I'.ui'.dinj;. A
plraant e.lniMttotial home.
Awrie exp us. . 41 r year. Music.
ti extra. Session ft'ivls frnm tir-i
Hon !r in s;itemiier to ti! -.t Th.iday in
Jua. A.ld:i. for I "at ali.u",
S. 1IASSLLL, A. M., Fri-icipal,
jWl tf UiUou, N.C.
W A. HarlnoA,
W I I.SD X , N . C.
Ai.l N r FOR TMK
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE
Thll i I'tu- of !ho hot ti:Jiii i'.i . J.I
ihi Sia'p a i l newr faiU to please. SenJ ;
far eimtUr aad pric list. j
K. I Hayloy & Co..
C R O C ICERY j
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M,s,-VAUE, LAMPS Kir.
H. M. Lam.:!
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J. i. Young- & Bro.
vi v i.'..,.TA,1':K ,n
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ever solJ." America,, a't,u" . ,,i!K,! 4'U'k
ii.i,- ..i;.i .1 ll'',-t
yin-r. iiii silver
clieaper than ever.
spoons, fork Ac i
and will be prnptly tended bT "
J. I. YOL'Nu HUO.'
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oflt 30th '79.-11
ORNAMENTAL WIRE WORKS,
-"-:;nl, Howard St., Haltimore.
"V.Si'T'-.'i-. lawns, Rar.
vi "UJ" ,ri,a ''
r, u'l fiJWOrirQ mirror to arrange the golden brown ;
he WHSOn AQVanOO.;hirtba. ell over neck in graceful j
curls. She smilnrl aa h a. w rr,nani.j
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There is no Death.
lino no dfiifh! Th" itsni?)
Tn r:-.: '" ''rJ shore,
Ai'l hiiht If'av.'u' jewcif '1 crown
'J'lie fchinc f'jrevniiore.
Thero i-- " 'l'-ath! Thy 'hist we tre.vl
Shall haii: hem-atli the surnnif-r
Th "''l"n -rain, or m'-llmv fruit
Or rainbow tinted lhwr.
j The ETSuitP rork 'lioriranize
j To f.-t-il rliH luninir ni'- th?y heir;
T ho f ir.M ir' i-8 lrink 'hiih life
Frotri out th" vk-wIcs- air,
Thrre im aVa'h! Tl"" "iav fH:
The fl'-wr- m.ir hi'l" and pasaway--
They nnlv wait thnni'jli wintry ln.urs
For C'inin'.' of the May.
ThP i no (leat'i! An ancv-1 form
Walks o'er th'- c i th with silent tread;
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And th-n -wo r thcia ooa i.
He Uave our hearts all dcoli.tr-.
He phickf" our fairest, vwt-etet dowers;
Tnui-plited into blUa, they now
A 1('. n imuinrtal bower?.
T!;. '.;:-ddike yir vhr.se j'tT'ls imfes
Made crln.l these ,--ene of sin and atrife,
Sliiij i ' i v an ev flatting ?oh
Amidst the trees of life.
And whet, he finds :i smile too bright,
Or heart too pure fir taint or vice,
He har it to that world of hht
To dwell iu Paradise.
Born into that undying lif",
Tliev leave us but to 00111 again;
welcome th'tn the :une,
Kxci-pt in bin and pain
And twr near us though unseen,
Idie dear miiiioital .pirits tread,
For all the boiii'dle.ss universe
I life tiicre nre no dead!
C-::ic. Helen. 1 : tr. go with us to
the meadows to conic home with
brother John do '.'
And Lilly Lesie's voice grew plead
ing as slic watched the sober face of
the girl who stood in the door looking
down across the green lawa that sloped
away from the house toward the river.
'I wish school was not done. Ia this
what makes you so sober to-day?"
questioned Amy in a whisper, as Lilly
stood Lokir.g wiht fully toward the
ileforo the young governess could j Xqw hc wcnt out to Dr. May-answo-
L.::. '-ilU'd : 1 ariva iJ0 jiaj tue little Lilian to caress
Will you come, dear Miss Helen. J to asyell a3 bcr pron,i aB,i
and meet :ny brother John? There he j , mamma and he went oftcner
I Helen Arnold shook her head. a'1 i
j the two girls ran down to meet the !
tall, sturdy voting man, who seemed
to bring witli him the scent of the bay
that lay freshly cut in the meadows.
TLe KMUV amt brightness of the
summer doubled as he came up across j
.the lawn, listening eagerly to the clear I
; Lappy voices ot tue gins. !
Helon Arnold stood in the front
lioorffay. waiting with a trembling
yearning to unsay the haty words of
't,rZ..hu,kt.e her no om,0r.
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lunuv. passing iu at u;e siuc uoui ou
'seeming not to notice her.
All day, as Helen Arnold had toiled
m the little schoolroom she had thought
I ot John Leslie, and wished (oh, how
I omoili- M tlit ln lin.il waited before
1 x )
'savins that "No," which she did uot
'"Ofin. S! began to feel hew lonely
I'.fc cvu'..: be t ven among the pleasant
UiSs and sounds of the country, and
' her I'yancy and brightness of
"pint during the long happy summer
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!1t been an on accoum, o pieaaaui
1 and healthy surroundings. She went
j ;nto the house aud up to her room to
' hide iter face as she brooded over uu-
pleasant thoughts. One of life's gol
! mi or-:ortunitie& had been otfered
I now il v -gone forever. Thiswa
the lust day of her engagement as
governess, and she would soon forget,
her. Put perhaps he might give Im
a chance vet to return a diiferent an-
swer. A blush mantled her paleji, happened, Avhen she suddenly
cheek, and tho blue eyes grew strange-. whirled round with a cry of delight.
It daiU W4 brisht, as. she weut to the ' 'I was looking tV, a l-cautiful picture,'
anl faultless picture, and with a new
; hope went clown to join the family at t
11,8 evenin" racaU !
Jo5,n sut ,,is accustomed seat, 1
v l lie" ah usjai- Dul 1115 cacr eye i
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quisue loveliness ot the ,
una ngure as she
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!came round to lier Pce- i'erhapd he :
read in her downcast;, tondrr ovoe il,n'lin. wiM. nm r.. t .i
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'change that had come orer her. hut he
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I navp hor no intim.ition of it iml ft
j supper, when the children romped ' would be polite to Helen.
j about her and called brother John i 'Good graciofc: TnU was all she
- to place a wreath of wild flowers on : said, as she opened the door a'diat
lier head, he showed no tins of em- j What do you suppose she saw? Thera
I baTs-ii'-cnt or emotion, but talked to i was John, brown, handsome John, sit
her coolly as if she too had been his 'ting on the 9ota, smiling and anpar
i sialer. Helen was a little angry. Is ! ently very happy ; and Helen Arnold,
it-a womiur. lor rug thought he hail
I lienn triflin-r niirl t'.-.t ctin orMil.l
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I no'ir A lire lilnyf.d 1 1 in lirr 1.n i
I hlue eyes, aua burned brightly on her
I i-iCr -linnl.' j Trilii wn1rTiiir1 I. .wit, !
-ii v.ii i-i. wviiu ii a l ii u iitl ui:au
tiful face and varying color, and gloried
in his triumph; but, oh, when was
glory not bought too dearly? He
leaned over her, and touched lightly
her soft hand.
'Did you not mean yes? I know
you love me. We shall be very hap
py.' 'Impudent! Do I not know my own I
mind? Love you?'
Anger prompted the words, and as
isoon as they were uttered she wished
they were unsaid; but John Leslie
could not know it; and if he had, per
haps he would not have forgiven her.
His face grew very pale, and he turned
away without a word.
Years passed away, and fortune
fa voi ed John Leslie. He became a
successful merchant, and therefore
was a mark for matrimonial specula
tion ; but still he troubled not his head
about marriage. At last the pleasant
insinuating mammas. who talked to
him so sweetly and ail'ectionately
about the dear girls who were their
greatest treasurers, got to saying un
kind things about the cross old batcli
clor' behind his back. Of what use
was it, to be sure, to always behave
so prettily to such a reserved old fel
low? He seemed to care nothing at
all for ladies.
Lilly thought surely at her wed. tins?
with Dr. Maynard, brother John would
coir.',; out of retirement and make some
of the marriageable ladies of her ac
quaintance hap-.' Uer.by, and he did :
but it was a short-lived happinc-.s, Tor
it was a long time before he again left
The truth was but the young ladies
did not seem to know it if John Les
lie had wanted to marry any one of
them, or all of thera together, he would
have asked them. Being well satis
fied to let tilings tako their course he
did not trouble himself much about
whai was passing outside of his busi
but. nloddcd steadily onward.
than before the baby came. One day
while babv sat on her uncle's knee,
Mavn.iril "j .
My old friend Helen Arnold is com
ing to stay awhile with us, John aud
I want you to run out as often as you
01:1 for shfi is so verv ciui-jt and re-
, j w:lflt to sljr her up a lit-
You need not be afraid of her
talking too much. She never
John tossed the baby, and the
baby's mother was so pleased to sec
the little one's delight, that she forgot
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hei-brother cut not reply, iiowcv er.
-e he ventured
it was several week before
to visit Dr. Mavnard's again. I hen it
, . rnt ntreatv from
"ja U.ill i.l-i Ml. ...v. .
"We are so lonely." she wrote.
Tiie doctor is away, and though Helen rajse a "take," get married and settle
is the best friend in the world, and;,own. Sharp as he was 4he woman
baby loves loves her dearly ; I want fooled Lim, Last week the two spent
vou to come out. I mis my dear old several duy3 in St. Joseph, an I while
brother John. Do come by the nex
traiu. I will send to meet you.
Helen Arnol 1 sat at the piano, siug-
ing soaly, and touching the keys
lightl) : and Lilian played with the
baby, and laughed at Ler cunning
ways cr.c minute the next 1 -oked out
of the window and tretted at John's
.tv.. T ilsn't .-p wliv lie doesn
cr.n-.o " n:id she went to the wi
' fcr the fiftieth time and had almost
iiP".in to imairine some'.hir.g dreadf-q
said John, in the doorway ; and as she
sprang forward he caught her ia his
she showered upon him. Before
Lad time to think of Helen, baby set
l a cry of delight too. of coarse. She
was such a kuawin child- and her
frighted mamma took her up. and talk-
in sweet baby talk to her, earned her
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up to the nursery. After she
quieted and petted a little, she
,tu lm,JU( aim .1,11 1 ;u I I ail uu"ll
to the drawing-mom to r .m
with a crimson face, sat ouietlv in the' i
."rmii. in T I-,-!:. T ... t I
tell you about it. I have proposed,' !
o.iil T,.l.., I
iiivi tuilll. l
1 roposea . saia nis sister.
Yes,' said John. 'This is the third
Lilian laughed, and as she came up
to her brother he drew her down be
side them. Then he told l.er all al out
it, and a ! Jed :
'This time she has not said no; uud
we will have a happy home, too, will
we not, dear Ilcleir."
And he turned his beaming face from
his sister to look at the lovely one
upon his shoulder, grown thinner and
paler than when he saw he- 1 but
now most swv :. .d womanl-, as he
drew the encircling arm closer about
He did not seem to thick there was
any da.iger of a '2Co,' nor did she.
judging by t lie confiding look she gave
him, at the same timo saying softly;'
'I always thought you would as me
again so I waited,'
John's face wai but lha reflection of
tue happiness within, as he answer
'It seems a foolish thing to do. but
yet I am not sorry that I proposed
Lilian laughed, and tan upstairs to
see the baby.
A Ru . fit I I-Viiiale Detective.
For the past three months A'ellie
Mcl'hearson, who has for somo time
been in the employ of the St. Joseph
detective agency, has traveled through
the West and Northwest on business
connected with the agency here, and j
her success as a "spotter" shows her
to be a remarkably shred woman.
She is about thirtytwo years old, tall
and slender, yviih dark hair, piercing
black eyes and altogether very stylish
and attractive. Her latast exploit
terminated in Chicago, a day or two
ago, when she succeeded in getting the
clinchers on one of the deepest-dyed
villains in the West, and the leader
aud accomplice of a gang of counter
feitors which have infested this sec
tion for the past two years.
Some months since the managers of
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fc,
the Chicago, Rock Island and 1'acific. J
the Chicago aud Northern railroads!
become cognizant of the fact that a
great many bogus local tickets had
been all jat along their lines, and on
application Detective Murray, of
Chicago was authorized to work up the
j0i, and. if possible, bring the guilty
parties to justice. He reported from
, timp t.r time that no Satisfactory trad
of the counterfeitures could be struck,
an 1 finally Neiiie McPncarson was
: delegated to assist him in the work. J
j.--rom the outsn s!ip was suspicious ot i
I. . . , ir-l.,i.-.i
, aeteetive nuneu, aim ior o"-1-
,u..i... i,;,nj. t ind for t iree
' months she watched him like a hawk,
though pretending to fall desperately
1 in h,. with him. and more than auxi -
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ous that they should succeed in their
; undc:tal-iig, in order that they might
.Murray -working certain parts
, ef the city, cr pretending to be rather,
s Neiiie was closeted ia the offi e of h-r
; employers report!
prugrcs, which j
to say the liast was anything but fa -
vorable to the -'detective aer pre -
tended lover, Mr. Murray. I rom
St. j0Seph they went to Chicago.
where a lew days' ?crct investigation
placed her in possession o. a rtnev-
whirlwind of evidence, and convince!;
her that "i'eicctiw" Murray was the
t: her that
; verv man wtto nuu eu aaoai. 1
r-iiiroad titkets. Then she set me
trap, gave the detective an official sur- inrjU;r;Ug turns of mind might have ; Skellen. and so, although he lived for
,irUe in u.s room at t-c JjJ' Jty" Uca seen leisiirelj perambulating up! ty miles distant, the kind-hearted
a icsult he now p.avs c j Rroadws? anJ oth".- i rincipal streets ! friend imn.ediately stowed the adver-
nose ia a Chicago jail. M. Jos-j-h.yPj, ,- , . .. , , ,
y. of the jreat Metropolis. Iuto every ti3ciient away in Lis pocket aad start
a -tr oo
FVra ocr S; f t! Ccrrev:..Jcr.t.
Pnl'icf nrr from the inpilul
Washington, L. C , May 2Ctb, '60.
We are great smokers hre, in
Waahington, and it is to be doubted
whether there i anotber city in all
, the world that is more addicted to this
! 1 niter dav iniauilr. From tLo
Jural v )
Senator down to the mos
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ujni uvy , am iiitiuie ui lae popular ;
naws hoy, all indul
J habit, and indeed, I have seen the i
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grai.ee of a " anity I air, with all the
r i r r i i, j
relish of & inaicuhne smoker. It doca
not take a stranger lon to discover !
our weakness in this direction, after
through our ftrcct and '
avenues. Xo ir.itfrr wlitri' hU i'wuii;
i i i.i
Hire lootstoiiM liiiv u'lil h. in w hct h.r
ill t!',. !,,wpit .iiifnu if .-lvi K-..l!"c
tjttvin," Honker' s iJivision'
lh more anat'crat:c
West end audi
the irrepressible 1
his u:ore civilized ;
wooj ., ..;
inn n;i opponenis,
the wojden 1
j Turk, the wooden Chinese, or the wood-1
j en "nigger," proclaim in indisputable j
j accents the proximity of a tobacco 1
j store Pennsylvania avenue partial- j
j larly, is ornamented with these wocden
j eiliigies, and Seventh, Ninth and Fj
I atreets are not very far behind their)
more prominent rival. .That portion of j
this avenue lying between the CapiL.I
ana w line House lias an enoruioui
number of tobacco stores, and iu addi
tion to these, every hotel, drug store,
newspaper stand, bar room and res
taurant, of which there is no insignifi
cant number, keep cigar,, toba.-co and
cigarettes, and moreover, they all seem
to do a lively business.
In several place there are tobacco
stores, side by side, and have been in
the same positions for years, which of
fer. a t; :' violent presumption that
their rivalry, alfects but very litt!
of their respective sales. It is cspeci
ally gratifying to a Tar lieei to ob
serve the wonderful degree of popu
larity to wh:sh North Carolina tobacco
has here attained, and I am sure there
is uot a tobacco store in .'he
11 jouiuiun out. rij;iv, uas in iia iiiun
window the irrepressible "Durham
Hull" done in guilt, and iu many cases
there will be found near this cclbra
ted trademark, attractive advertisers
in the shape of handsome chrimo
calling attention to either W. 1 l.lack
well's "Durham," "Leaf of North
Carolina," Duke &, Son's "Duke of
Durham," Day's "Standard of Dur
ham," or some other of the numerous
brands of North Carolina tobacco,
familiar to every tarheel smoker.
The brands from this State, without
doubt are, by a long ways, ahead of
those manufactured In any other State,
and having conversed with cveral
tobacco men, I think I am at liberty
to say that the news of Liackwcll's
proposed manufacture of
and long cut tobacco, is heartily wel
comed, and received by the dealers iu
smokers supplies and is a sura prog
nostic of immediate success of those
new departures ia Durham manufac
ture. Jprujm to this eulject, I will re-
late a little anecdote, which came toj
ears some time since and which I
am sure has never appeared in print,
concerning the manner in which the
' Genuine Durham" was first intro
duced to the smoking public.
The story goes that shortly after the
late war, Mr. lilackwell went U New
i V,rL Tit v itl. HOOll iKinnih of hi
j tobacco for the purpose of getting it!
un tlG mari;e. After many urn u: -
cefef;;l ntternpt. to dispose ot it in
s,u.tj ioti U) ,i:1fjrenl d,..a!ers he was
j so fortunr4te as to meet up with an oiiSLerm (J.'no papers, Lut no answer
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! fr;er:( frorri Wilmington, who was stvp -
,,:nT wiHiL. m Gotham. To this
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; .;t riSted for advi.e anfl ctun-c-1.
1 jhh f,cntcinarii whom I shall call C.
after some rejection told Mr. lilack- the loat sister. In the meantime Wil
well to leave it ad to him and that in : liani died, and tLea Richard cor.tiau-
less than one month from that date,
every pound id" the twenty thousand
wouj be in lje hands of tobacco mer-
c;ia.-u pjaci::g implicit trust and
1 Qo, fcnc. ij; vior l, Mr. Iiiacknell
awaitel develop -ir.er.ts.
. In Ue mcaillinie C., put aa adver-
1 , h . DiCe,9 !
tiemeiit in one 01 tue city pt-c.3f
J for fifty young men. and having rec- j
1 tj i2aQy Eorc applicants than was!
neeqe, he selected his fifty and in-
rre: -eta wuat Le wantea oor.a.
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TLe next dy at about nine :n ?-e
morning a Los: 01 young leuows 01
tobacco atore. each enc enter and
cisaally iaquirei for a ta of "Jhirhara
Tobacco" wiih the air of raea who
are in the habit of brayinf that brand
and want no other. The sleepy clerk
; probably turna his head around lafily
and remarks. ".Neter heard ou it. New
brand eh:' to which the
i:,' then leave and try anothe.
'ore lurtlier un. where tbev met w th
1 Lave seen the. , , 4 4
, ., . , ,. ahke reu!t. Store after t-tcre is
I t.ic bewitching!
,, ... 'entered and naturahv enough, an 1 as
the aromatic tra- . J
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with mir.ds inquiring, not a ainclc bar
, . 4 "'f,'- u-k
of 'DiirhAm" oaIJ thtv find. At 11
j o'clock the youngster who had been'
duiu" Fulton street enters li road way
and irors over the same ground gone
!ver by his fellow-worker early
while the latter very proba -
bly, is at work up Fulton. At 2 o'clock
a new disciple appears on the scene of
action and after finishing up llroadwny
goes on .some other street closely fol
lowed a few bourn later by another
youngster, with mind equally as inquis
itive. Thus the principal streets were
canvassed fuur aud five times per day
for Durham tobacco for nearly a month
and by this time th name commenc
ed to become familiar to the cars of
the clerks behind the cigar store coun
ters aud many inquiries were made as
to where the tobacco was manufactur
ed, but the questions were- Creek to
th young applicants with m. i. for
(ienuinj Durham." Near the close
of the month C, himself canvassed the
city, inq uiring at every cigar store for
this brand. One man with somewhat
irritated and jerky tone inquires of
"Say, look here, where in tho world
is this Durham tobacco made for
which we had so many demands of
And then C, with an assumed look
of incredulous surprise, and a careless
tone of voice replies: "Why man,
haven't you heard of it? Its made
down hcr in Durham in N. C.," here
C, gavo his left thumb a jerk over bis
shoulder as if Durham was just bwhind
,. , . .
mm, nna men continued, ir I am not
mistaken the manufacturer is now in
town with a f-w thousand pound a
which he is disposing of to dealers."
The man looks confused and eagerly
inquires the gentleman's name and at
which hotel hc was slopping.
Store after etore was thus canvass
ed by C., with equal success, and by
the next night Wm. T. Pdackwc-H, had
laid the foundation of the enormous
wealth and immense popularity which
ho and his tobacco now poscus.
Your correspondent does uot vonch
for the truth of this story, but he docs
say that hc got it from one who eta
ted, point blank, that it waa told him
hy C, himself!
Aflejr 'I hirlj lean, Eleunlted.
Among the victims of the choleia
wmch raged in New Vork city during)
the year 1.'8 was one Richard Prilcli-
ard, leaving a wife and three childen.
j Richard IL aud William, who were
j twins, and a daughter named Ellen.
Twoye?rs later the mother of the
childen died, leaving the orp'.aned ones
unprotected. A'ichard and William ,n Jst' iaal lli0 .M,'J Uy' f?01 J
carne to this city, and Ellen was taken maQ'1 peppermint, pirtgork, ipecac.
in charge by an uncle living in Can
terbury, Ohio which at that time was
little more than a wilderness. At the
; time of their separation the boys were
i twr dvo uml thf "irl nir o vrir r.f
Two years after parting with the'r
! sis:cr the boys became anxious to
j learn of her whereabouts. Not know,
J ing where to write they advertised for
i.i. . ... .
1.,.- ; m.;,. ,
; came in response I j their inquiries.
: Then thev applied through similar
fUr,r.P!i of ir.formitinn f:.rniahil hv
j v ....v.. . . .. . J
Philadelphia, New York and Poston
i.apers, but still no tidings came from
j cd the search alone. TLe experiment
. of a-Jertising in repeated at frequent
; intervals until weks were le
' into months, and months iuto years
and the years were multiplied until
i thirty of them had dragged away their
wr' length without bringing a ray
of intelligence to cheer the heart of
ttc persistent and devoted brother,
At last a friend of the uncle who
: took Ellen to live with Lira saw the
;.1 . : . m i-.i:.
; auvcruieiiieuw in a scrap 01 an vuio
paper. lie UiJ not know the sister
: out ue uui uer uncic, a jir. uerge
ed forthwith on h forty cHlfsQ
to gi?e it to MrrSlrt'desrAe tt
the latter bad rad lLd en 1
he exclaimed: Ytj. jt IHIU f
niece, married and litlog Gal Iww aai
a halfmilcs from bare "
Hut littlo ttm was lot in reaklng
tier acquainted with t! facte A letter
wa dispatched t her faithful brctU
' in rhiladelphia, whose jojat He rt-
i . ft. . .a
taoy ho reahtnl when be looked ataln
. ..... . .
' on the face of the one who; Ua wn
cenuon was onrj cxcc;ita oy wn r-
I ! In dim tvf V:,I Mfk
luQusicr, aniougu mar i i
married. We si
with kind 'hos'bMid, aurrootxWd by
her sons and daupSWru and atrr'
1 wmfort which wealth Can obtain. wi
' equally anxious to r tttAr9 to Ver
i brother, and the u.et"a;tetwcn thn
! two wait oim which cjcj be fealiied
' ly by those who bir enduxed simi-
."Vwtitrul llltry Tp;IftIy.'
IFhat animal is this.
This is a baby. He iv rm about
three years old, and the X'1rkct o ut
os his earthly career.
What country iqj$ tbc"'Jafy mmllj
He can be found !ii ever .lohsbito-l 1
country ou the globe, thl.fsaxn
mosquitos and boils.
Can they bt taauid?
Ys. quite easy." Aftef a LtU'Judi-'
cious discipline they cee ta V.regjlo -and
become subservieul to tho vrV. of
Due a baby eat gr&aa? - i I
Yes, or auything else. -They aw!i
low pocket-knives, thimbles, buttons. .
spools, or any other object a littler
smaller thwi a tea-cup. If offered I
milk they seldom refuse it. .; ; .
Do they grize dwbtUe day, or
only at night? '
They are always graxTng,' payinj
not the least heed to the hour.' Whea
not actually eating they generally give
utterance to a peculiar cry. Atrong
men often jump out of bed at midnight
in the coldest weather whea heart nr
What meaning is attached to that
Men of the deepest thought hf
agreed that it signifies to Wake up Ik
ne g iborhcod and have some fun.
Of what benefit is mankind is a do
They arc no earthly account for the.
first few years, but by and bjr, they
can slide down bill on a cellar door and
carry articles out of the home and
trado for a wooden sword, or lot tbfm
in the s;raB3. , .
Do you know of any IntUnt irk-anf
the baby has attacked the ttmzj3
and lulled or injured any oce?
Such instances have been related
such eminent naturallatt at George
Francis Trtiu and Texai J'aclc, but we
don't put much faith In them. ' How
ever if the baby waa malklotHly pro
voked, there's no knowing wfcat it
might do. ' '
Are they a healthy animal?
No; on the contrary, to druggist
could make enough profit in a year U
buy him a pair of Arctic overshoe's but
for tho presence of a baby In every
j household. There is Laxdlir aa hour
, . 1 . . 1 ., .,
or fioncetMcij else costing tnonej.
What machinery is made oseo com
pel the baby take a, dose of catirr oil?
There are several pateut nacbioee
for the purjosc, but most people follow
the rule of knocking Lira senseleaa.
and getting tho dose into Lis tuouiU
before he recovers. .
Is the bald-Leaded babf.more
domestic than others ? , t
Not a Lit. He kicks auntiafier
the same fashion, and Las even a
worse time fighting flies atul uioaqui
What music do they Meal iff "pre
rtrt -, f " i -
A bate dram ie their first eboiee.
5ut tlje Lave a Leavy leanfnj toward
the sound or the stove-hana ' knoo
ing tie nose of the picher with tho
emptyings In it.
This all about thr baby. t Takt an
other look at him, for next -week we
shall write about some other reptile.
A man in the habit of getttag dr
should take a pledge aod wej
his neck, in such a waj Ua..
breaks one Le will break the c ' -
There is one thing r
always git without pa
lxrcd foi nothing.