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Senator Mal,..i,c, r Virginia. is
-ml In Ik- w ..i t h over 1 .001 mi.
Ml. Plain.-, of Main.-, is going o
iiili-:ilco. i in Furope 't,r aw 7i
I lien- it it i;iMi.iit) win I h of ii,,
piovciueiits now mi- c i ii Ma. -..ii
In f III' depth .,
in. ui Mill-. Vn.
lllllrs. 1,1,-j, ,: j v ,.
L'7 I. .':."; N.juare
ainilc range Iiii
It is I ill..-. I I Ii al a Hal I r w na-i
l.iiliial is l.i I.,- limll 'nun I'd, -is
Inn - t.i 0(,,i,.
I I S! I !n .11 'j h ear-. Will ii.- I ii II
1 1 'Mi. I;...-loll ! lla cil of l.ic.i
u it unlit iia ii
I lie III. I I .1. inea li.lel -i al.l
i. ui -ia. Tin mail i!o- m ciu
in hi -! il nl ion.
A woman in Tevns lias sneil a
railr.ia.l coiniali lor LIMI.(lllO il.ui.
a. s I'm Killing her lni-l.ainl.
A eollj.le le -eli, l ill o, , .-, in ,,is
-liUelo-. I'al., re.eiil., ma.le lii,
ami were Ir Inal l'le.l I lie ne ia.
I'.l i'i.nlli I I ieliel al O. 1 1. I l.icKen
l' as tll- l.'el.uolieall
c. Hull. late lor I 'on
in in at lar-e.
liniieaii is yel 1 111.4 ncr .ins. War
leu ( i... Ler sas he ai ls "like a
scaled i 1 1 1 1
I." il.h Waldo I aii.-i ,ini the ii..., I
original and ...uei lnl inielle. ;
anion- New I ln-l.iml men ol Icier
I lie .North Male
l:. 11 11 111 w ill rolial.l In
li.v I he l.'. iililienn- I
0111 1 .lii.le.
I he man i.ie oi Prince Propold
to I "l lliress 1 . Irn look , .l.t.i- at
Win.Poi, 'llnisday April i'7,.
W It II great poliiji.
Mary Ann Siml-ia
W a dl ll-'-e I hi di- .! i
I'll: i. A no! her Jr. m..
ra . . or wo
l abile: IP Iiu i I!
tail I he l:,ri.,r ailib
i i I . i ll -boi ii penia Ir ( '
Thus s.lay , M ay L'.ii h.
Thus ll.lliirls.il Nr Periie re -rrnti
rail-ill il Kin- lisli wrl-hiii-
mhi i.iniiils. II. seni a barn-ll of it
I lo I l,r ol . hail s lillll.
I .Mi . W. I.. 1 1 iii -iiu. of I ' ii s i ( j isi iii
I r..iinty, has invented and has had
I ..il, nl nl a new nu n planter t liai
j tt ill s.l r i lie lahoi of li e men.
J N il I i ill. .1 lie-1 1. con it t . w as
I 1. llle.l I.V si -II 'id al I In- -1 . 1 1 ( -1 1
:i,iy Clnr ..lay April 'Ji.t It, while
Jin I hr arl ol ma k in- his rscajir.
i Mrs. Caili.-l I l.-s ilir. ilia! IP
M'.lissuas !ie,-r called ill to see I he
I'lro.Pnt. We slip)., ise I his setles
lllir 1 loci i il". . I lie. lor si "..I Ml fee.
.M iialoi , ',a ai.l ami Nan.cwl.o
ilia. I been invited to led lire III Wil
Illlll-loU lot' the hellrlit oftlli Pibl'a-
' l association have Pen compelled
til li, .'III.,'.
!.'. io. I s i r !'i o,n I ieo: -i a I ha!
Senator Jo-. P. Prow u is a ri y sick
in in. . In, Il , lion, lh oil and lung
tloiiblr aal lha' W.r.ris I hr." sit
. Mi. W. II. an. In'. ill Ins a n.-w
I.I .'. a ! a .:a nr-i Inn, I o i r.-.v cr
!?1 .Mini.ii'Hi, oi i-m ilm ,iu In . ,,..il
ill- - w i. h I In M i r I in- Pailioad
. A fr. n liil hr ii and .li ui-ii! pre
.nls in Aiisra!ia. I'.n -cveial
In. ill! lis irrrly aay i.im lists I. ill. a.
'l ii'- h.-.il in 1'ie inland r. -ioiis has
Peril In rilie.
I ii P. ill 1,'n ri'. I . u rll a nl Paw
a . -II .-.', I lie I Jt l cr in a II 1 1 1 ir! Ill III- cm
ir . o Ma ssacaii ; , I lu re are
inploye.l I I, iiaine all l L'll.J.'i:;
..i eigll opi r.i ! i es.
A in. it- ! he an i ai . in N.-w York
li. day l is.' week WeleSlMI lloll il,
i .each of whom had more orless
ii--. bound lor M I line ol i lorn
-.iu- m sheep r.iisj i-.
Peu'l yon I 'is --! there sire I...
iil.l ..us, oliices in l he I lnlcd Stairs.
iliravr. l-r ilieie, e is .",( ye Illy,
nl I ills y ear i! i ; I !ioil-h! I he in
I r.i " w ;!l be .",.0 I.I.
ll liieclillg of tlir
risol ;!,,- Carolina rmi.iil
il nil oa, I roiiipiinv
p.i ,1 :.'7i li. Col. John M. Pobinson
i- nil ol llloll-ly elected 1 'l e.-ailell t .
S "iiaior N ance xx ill delix el
iir ii I ii - (hr I're in Pi' hmoml on
'ay h. on I i 1 1 n,n nous Side
I A Inn ;r III Polit ies all l Polil i
cia us." -ax s t he Washing I on p. I pc rs.
P hiis cost ids gov cinineiit over
'l a luillioii dollars to jirin! the
I'm ,l iv ate cla ilns tireseiitcd to
""Vs a vr.v small portion ot
r see the ligh: afterwards.
. , III t he I .col .
,slu,'M.;i; pat icnts
:ia S, ite
V ii i. N. Ac,r,.g- to
irA'ow. ll. insiin,. .
. -, il.ioiig- ae I it
;er s inereasing V
? Tj.li iiiiia.ing
r , pi t v.
Mi '.i mix i'.ver it."
been i,s mist l esvif West
Mass., or lift x yr.iv. sind
four V i s of age
w ith li alysis. am
A woi m in Louis
ginisi. 1" inptcd H
rivals w i, randy
li' dies fully sick
high coniu inns.
Tin- I'm 'nit an
.led the Na 1 Pevi,
Mi.nriM hist Krida;
wrrr also iv i,.wrd.
ted and rxhi l toiis of
ler.v practice , n. giv
roloird nu ll lli
TlM'r.sd.i.v, Al il
nisittrrs polil iv
was on the ordw
v ent ion held
is els. .
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Ils baeii si i-luV
. i - sv
'V lk'! 'Kc.ov.Ja,
unity, Yir- j J'.' NtJprl
jison three i '. N'
.rv wee ' 'X
a....: d.v suK
inir iii ii it- . x
' are ol ' ,. "Nje
ol the lmard, Na
. . litter ty to ever. i.srNi
' tlrli- ment in selecting pr
I less the Use o
he lort !,..
. y murderer:
, ,. almnt tin
OlIipOS.-.l .M J r;,,;.,,,.,! (
Macon '.co.A ill Ju.
-ll, til (lls(..,
, gene..... .y ,,. ,,.
ttl Ci'lol'd' "" ,.x,.,.
.1 i 11. lio. o :l - I oi IH.
' IV "ax HI
i I rnor.
By The Advance PuhiishingCompany-
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S MOMlllS .1111.
'1 In- I mII of executions ,,,
' ..M.-ail S COIs, ,;M. j
i'ir : in-xx- ! rial
iu-liees of Hi.-
ea in.. iii
On. I of
iniiixa, sitriisr in
v. I. ill tin- a. ..ii,,,.,,!
Was 1 1 ,s
""'I lill .May .sih."
Tin- Crm-cd Convent ion ,.' lt.
' h ll.-I j;l clinilll llirclsin liil,.,.
"ml session, at Moinsvillc, ,,
day before th.. ii Siin.lav in May
n r..r-siils. mi). ..-ii.c s in Vn
Noi l Ii ai ulina. ( icorgia
in. I Ala
The 1,'i-hl W'oilln lir; I,.Mjr
l the lmle.eiident Or.ler o (),,
'ellows will 1 1 .... t ji, Vji,,,
.'lay S, , uliich Calls 01: Tlles.laV.
leiii-' (he lir.sl I iiu.- I his iiiipuii ,',('
lnl has met in Wilinintou since
( Weeiislturu 1'iilriut: Our I'rieinl
Air. .1. W, 'I'h. mi. who has recently
liaele. ihnui-ii ( Mia! ham, says
11 at count ', maUewlieat ciioiiIi
in I'l. a.l She Male. W ilhoiil
av.Lieralion, lie sa.ss Ilia! hi
sa sin I hinii liKe it.
The majorit on tin- committee
e ilisidei in-; the (iai licl.l eien.seK
la vor sin s.,.()( a..roiiatinii.of
which I'.liss is to i;e! SL'.'i, (MKI. This
IS l.-u ililcil ;is el'
Washington and I he
.osi it in a common sense wav.
M icon Teler;i.li : During tl,.
late tornado a Wilkinson countv 1
man lied his w il'e to a sliimi. u ith a
ioie to kee her lioin lieiii" Mown
away. The wind died .nit and sh.
I . : . . i
.inn- neai oeni" .now ic.l i l ie
IIII In-fore he colli. I recollect w here
had lied her.
Al Lake 'ily, 'oloi ado. rhiirsda.
April 271 h. one hundred masked
men overpowered I In- iiard sin. I
took from jail t !-o. Hells and Jim
I'.l ow nl w h- shot and killed Sheill
l ' 11 II .. I.:i : . .
' .iiiij.. 1 ii (i line siiemjll 111 10 iiriest
liem. II lie moli hiliiu the tWoineii.
I ml Ii ot lii. ni d in-- ";ime.
Ies, iisis liei n so prodigal with
her iiisigiVi.-eii I land doiniiin in (hi
way ol gf-.t tils to I.il loads, schools
soldiers, eic. Ihsll. deducting the
Ml. I. .rated lands, est ii.i atr.l ;it ,S,.;()(I,
oii!) acres, ! here are claims now in
eist. .lire lor 7,((H).(MMI sicles in eX-
-s of t he w iiole a le; i ol lamp.
The August. i (t;;,.) ( i,riil,- is
inclined l.i beliex e I lis. I sittlieienf.
pressure v. ill, :ili.-r ;di ,e denials,
l-r broiighl lo bear upon the Hon.
Ale.lll.e.- 1 1. Slcpiielis Io.coiim I
his accepl.ilice ot the llolll i I, a I Ion
'"' !oer ..I the Stale, and in
spile of Pis reluctance to stand.
Wiide.sboro 'l inn m: Harry Pir.,
c.loi cl. w lio w as commit led for an
assault on Spem-er Pit tie, colored,!
last week, sil Pilesx ill. , w I, ile Peillg .
brought l.i iiiil Monday niglit. under
an escor; ol four men. made hi ,
escape just ;e- they had l cached the
e.l-e of low li. and has not been
heard of .since. Spem-cr, the boy
w ho w as . nl , is now in a erilicsd
roll, 1 11 loll.
Jild-e Pyiich held court at Mill
ea,io!is list -1 nl.iy. Sixly men
wen! toll..- jail ..n.l found their
iiisiii. Prank McMawes, who eon
fesse.l to ha in- roininilU'd lii - .in
four year old daughter of. I. I'.
Speai s, ;i j.roi linen), cil izen. lie
wsis hanged on sill o;,k tree sind left
there. 'I'h. only psiilistt ion le-ollered
ior co niiii) i in- i ins ii-inoiis cl in. i
w as ilriiiiki-iiii -s.s.
Al. l-ig!ishliiiiu, vx ho
be l rglll.il h rn- iged in
is Si, id to
ili.unoml.s urn! other . i-wrlry into
thiscounliy. has I n raught in
. . i..
York. large .iiantity of
, ,,.., ... .. ,- , -.
in- i rii x w as i.i in coili'Cill
ll.llik, nal sried by Ihe custom
hoa-r ollic. i s ia New York. This
arrest is e .rr,e. to load l-o rrvr-
I. lions showing U. eoiuphcily of,
oilier pa it i, s : u the In lid lliioii (he
i . -x .nil.-.
.-sciia!. ! 11:11. . it t.e.irgia. is yet .
r. h i on-. V. il Uslillllliug nie
many laxoiable i-e'.oits which have'
been 1 1 1 . i . 1 . - regarding liiiii. Ile has
been an iiileiisr Milferrr. and. a!
I hough si long- lnipes iirc entertain
ed I r his recovery, we tear the
worst. Prpcafrd t.ii luring opera
tions have failed to eradicate the
disease, and each has left him in a
lllllrll llio'. e pl ec;;i ions e.Unlil ioli.
Tl.r Mils.. nie t i r.i tut Chapter of
tin- State will meet in Wilmington.
May .'ill. The delegates, who are
expected to bring I heir families
W il ll I hem. W ill be I lie guests during
1 Mi,-V" " "!" " "".,''""
' nap., i m.. i. a louuu ... ,es-
iivni.-s iias oceu agreed upon, in
cluding all excursion doxx n the river
ami :i big dinner ;ii Mr. Perry's new
Smi'hv ille hotel, which is promised
io be ready for Ihe reception .ot'
guest s on t he ! s oi' J line, t he Very
day ot I heir ex peeled v isit.
Oxer nine thousand immigrants
arrive. lai New York Tuesday, and
the commissioner ot' iiniuigrat inn
estimates that the arrival during
April will aggregate over PMI.M.
Among the arriv als Tuesday wriva
number of (icrmau cigar makers,
who have found employment here
;il from si ", to I per wis-k, as
iigiiinsl about s."i iit home. A nu
merous party of umbrcll t makers
from Prance are also among tin
new coiners. 1'ioni P.nssig, Fiance,
conic a ii 1 1 in ! i-i' of locomotive build
ers. The Italian clement is coming
P Ik- more and more conspicuous.
x is stittes that the State
'(laesilion have no right
the us.. . 1 1' books which
tit to recommend. IP" ,
no s.hool committee,
inleiidrnt, or teacher,
mi nwlll:lt ll HIS
are entirely at !
icir Pest judg-
n... ...a l.X , .. : :
" " l,l,',r '
, ........... .,...!"
oft nt 1 ,w Jesse Jamis
e weeks ago, xv ere ar !
or trial in St. Joseph, IMo
isin. . ml piciid "guilty." i
accoiiiingiy seiiteiiceil to .
d on the I'.tthof May. IJut ;
nl ion will nol occur, the
g been pai'dotn-d Py t he t
! SXI I . 1 Ol 1
.. . .... .
' Rheumatic Recovery.
! A.-IIKVIM.K. N. C, Aug. iv;. lssi.
'. M. II. Waknki: & r.i : sirs 1
tike great pleasure in stating that
1 have lircii rut irt-ly rurrtl of iheu
liUtism Py tin- us.- ol' your Safe
Kidney ami Liver cure.
N. I'. Cukiu..- n:i:.
A Heart-Rending Scene.
j Thai was :i most hear! nmliii
I scene at St. .Julius, l lori.la. last
i week. The stesiiiier Saul',. id took
!lire,tli' Iniw almost a.sliore and the
stern sw iior jn l. st l ea III. The
iilsselie;'ls were gathered on the
1 1 stern: the Haines I k-I I I hem, w hen
!Iho children, panie stiicken,
tmii and null hack into the saloon.
I Tlie mot hers .hired the Haines and
perished w it h I heir innocents, ami
Isiter two lihi. keiied forms ale dra
tied from the rn'm, i-aeh elasiiin.. a
ioor charred remains.
an KNouMtu s viKi.ti i' i: i : i i i "i i :r
1SY CUM I'K'I'KNT -II Dlil'.S.
Tol'KKA, KAN. Alil L'.;. Ifelia
Lie i:miiIs ol the ton. lit ion ol' thi
wheat crop sdony; the nlire line di
vision of the ('nion I'acilie road
lisive Im-cii received here. The out
look W sisiieer lietter. 'olidit imi-i
' imlirat ions sue cry
i in i I; i r to
those of ISTS; when
row I h of w heal .
Tin-crop hsis an iiinisiiall heallhv
ilsilk jileen color, sind the Lest jiiil
es estimsite the yield sill the way
fioin twenty In fori y Inishcls to iiu
iiere. Soiim' fears sue ev pressed ol"
iMissilile daina...- I.v
.,ii,,., .,,,,- l.,i, .
in I he season, lint
I Wit II SI few more weeks of 001 1
j Klowino wesither the cioo w ill lie
rut irely out of danger,
A Southern Cyclone.
MONTICKM.O IIKMOI.ISIIKII AN)
M MIlKli OK I'KoI'LK K1I.I.KI).
, Ni:v (Uti.KANs, A.ri! L'P Th.
;speei;ils slatr thiit about n Sat
urdiiy Mont ii-ell... the cuinly -M
ot Piiwrenee county , .M ississip.
'Wits ih-stioyed by ii cy clone.
cry Piiisness house and every lesi
deuce eM-ep) Ihiee were demolish
I. 11. Wrathrrsby , Pounly leik,
sin. I his m.ii I'arsoiiilale, the publish
cl ot the Montieello AiUocate; Mrs.
t'oniior and child, Mrs. 'arlye. Miss
Ihitler iin.l Allen Sharp wen- killed.
A lew est-aiMil lll.ill jlllr.l. Piflerll
or twenty were seriously wounded
among these are P Sherill' Putler.
Jacob Meyei iind fMinrles Colin- -Tlir
people ;ile lel'f deslitute.
Hew Three Desperate Negroes Stole a
Cargo of Freight.
On Pie evening of Ihe
(In Charlotte hound I
stepping lit llarrishurg.
Pith, w hile
;, party of
.IT I Ilk lllT.t -l
MIX cil IIII nil iced, w here thex lav
iui,-t until the Iran, moved oil' and
thru t hev cuiimeiiceil unloading I he
cargo. T,.y threw out si iiuiul.er
ol Pixesoft ibace.i. whic'i were fol
lowed l,y i sack of Hour, bin 1 1,,-.
siick buislel opei. and se itleied Ih.'
" i rack, iti.i! li.-ing
,""-'"1''''' "egloes ! hey decided
"", 1,1 "ii td; r in such e I r: vaga at
waste bit to wail until the tr::in
si, led of;,. Query's where
n,,..,,.,, . ', r, . ',
'oiiiii ijiie J uiil.iad. I hey earn. -d
nut tl.is di'ilsiiccl ssl'iilly, nil loading-
: a iiumbei- ,.1 sark.s along
U-.uii vhilr the frei-ht train
wsis iiiing foi ihe uoith Ik. inid
passeiiget I l ii ii to iiisM. The r..b
hers lot fin- i-iiin ai )ueiy's. and
"luring thl nig it valpisl along the
track n,( cillecteil their I ty.
They eii rild if. to t:i,-. house o! si in-
ro in tin-lcigibor' i 1. but .soon
round foitli-ir l-egrt that they had
mistaken tli-ir host, for he went to
llarrishirg, ,, limling out
what Inn l-.,i d.iii,-, ami iiifoiined
Ihe dep.t iig.'iit. The negroes
were sulse.qaiilly iirresleil. ;ind
jure now ii W.r,l jtiil.
v SHOOI Ui; si ;x.; I ,-K,,
sir m iavm; ii.i.
A ten ibp sl.ooin
'iired heiii grown.
11" of lloubli
ii'tvveell so in
IC X 1.1, o- in, i C om the
'the yv.vn i ithorities.
Last Siitiudiiy i
i which p.lice
'eat Pink P'ov
vlio xv ere ,-csis
I 'xvu orilin;t.,ce.s
It is ntidcn.too
Ind fiiiiile t lucat
Pnxxc ' PI
lit the polie;'o'
Jlivve, Ch:n les li
l'"ll while h
l.,w his pistol
I "ink lioxve, li
( 1 s, lnvc were
In-shots, The fix
h, .,l l'al-isl
i ii. dai.irein.
11 n Knvilfoiil, Put iil, ( flf iit-
L ,. The latter "oxvr,.-jj,,,!,,,,
"M iMi'itleiitally in th i, . Mi 1.. i
n. tlK' luelee txvootl
'- Pmdfonl and h iii,'
l. wiv also shot an
.ir -wounds are I
nd t pi.rtie.s
. KM 1 IS I
r'l ii HJceinsin
Is! Iked 1 Pink I
I lii'l lift Sig- i
If I ,i. ,ii ii.. I
V 1 Vif f.'Sti .lli.I '
M liirit.tr- I
A I .unl bv i
i 1 1 i
V 1. 'Illas-
U t lec-
LET AL'. THE ENDS
TRAEGDY LN YANCEVVILLE, NORTH
. licl, lull U. V;i.. April I'd. T:i.
d.i :i .sl... kin- tra-edy occnicilat
;tiice ille. North ( 'a rolin 1, ie
i siiltii.M -j,, the instant killing of X.i
thsmiel .l..liiis.,ii and pmlisilily tatsd
shoot ii, nf ieor-,. Williamson, dr.,
.and w oiiii.lin.L: of Postmaster I'elix
Poane. "fhe all'air is said to hae
ori-iiiat.-.l last Saturday lietween
' Poane aii.H 'olotiel Ceor-e William
son. form el '!' :i lucmtier of the
! North ( 'aroliiisi l.c-i.sl.itine, when
- t he hit lei jest in-h twilled the for
;merwith hsiin-- siccepte.i ;i eom
missioii 1 1 i 1 1 ii pepiil.liesiii Admin-
islialion. I.'i.aiie. it seems, took
..fli-lire at this : lull no ditticiilty oc
.111 I c.l al the time. 'I "his liiornill-- it
dil'lieiillx oeeiired lu-tweell Poane
a ml ( 'oloiiel Williamson, supposed
to h;ie -low n out of the aliove inci
dent. Paler in t lie dsn Nat. John
son, lie'.hew of ( 'oloiiel ( leor-e Yj
lisini.siiii. w;is selil tor while eii-sied
on his farm, m-ar ';ince ille, and
iinmedi;itei rcpiiired to I he villa-e
and had si consult sit ion with Ceo.
Willisiiiison. Jr.. aflei which Ihey
were seen to -.1 in the direction of
the post otiice. When opposite
Henderson's store, which adjoins
I in- postolllce liliildili-, they oli
served l.'oane coin in- iir! he opposite
direction from his dinner, aimed
with a iloiil.le barrelled shot -iiii.
Post master Poanr. upon seeini;
Messrs. Johnson and Williamson.
Jr.. wsiriicd Ih. -in not to approach
him fur; her. but tin y ig men paid
lio heed to I lie rail! ion. an.I contin
ued lo :i. Is;, lice, w h.-l'ellpoii Poane
look .lelil.er.ile aim ami eluiilied
Ihe eonieiils ,,f iliegiin in Johnson's I gat hereil lay left iirni close into
body, killing him instantly. Poane "iy body, pushed my head forward
then drew a pistol simultaneously and drew my legs together, strug
wilh young illiiiinseni, and Poth gling to get into shaH' to tall on my
began tiring. Williamson was side. 1 did fall just that way forty
si ruck full in the ton-lira, I by the feet on ii wooden stage. My arm
pistol b ill, and most probably fatal- was driven into my side and a rib
' ly injured, while P'o-iiie only re- was broken. The iiriu was shattei-
ceived a pi.iniul wound in the enlf-cd and I was lsiid up for many
of his l.-g. Postmaster Poane im- months.
mediately :.surreii.!eied himself to i While I was goidg down in an
, t he ant horit i. s. All of (he part ies instant I saw over again, sis vivid
t" Ihr unfortunate a lira y were sis life, every tall that I everwit
' highly connected in Nor! h Carolina ! nesseil. MMiey e;iine up in my mind,
.wnl in D;in ille. :i.. and the Irage i one right after another, like siic
ily hsis csiiise.l intense e vciteineiil . ; ,,'ssi V(' 'htshrs of lightning, audi
PicJimond lhs,il, li. seemed to 1m- rxM'iienciiig allot
; thrni in my own prrson. Put
I worse than everv thing else, a great
I he General Conference of tliaM.E. Church Ideal worse than" the shock of aniv-
This body is lo inri-l in Nslshvillr,
'l eun., on ! Iii- .'Id of May, and w ill
be composed of PVJ lay dclegiites,
from ;;!l annual eon r.-reiires. repiv
sciiiing I.IIH travelling, .l.si;., lo.-id
preachers, and a lay membership of
SoO.SII. In ad. lit ion. (here are live !
bishops who preside over the l.o.K '
allernately. 'fhe ( b-iieral t '..lifer- '
' eiice is ! he only la w - ma k ing body
. in the Chinch, and its acts govern '
I hloilghoiil he connect Ioli. Since ,
, Ihe liieeliiig ., t. ',, Icrelice in i
. IS7S in Atlanta, lot., two bishops t
have died x iz: U.S. I foggett and .
j W. M. Wighimnii. Among Ihe
llllpoitaii! work lo be dolle at the
J approaching ( 'i inference will be t hi
I ehc! ion o 'from three to six n.-xv
I bishop ;i , ! hi cr olli oflhi.se lixillg
are far a, I a need in life and xe v
leeblr. Tin- elect ioli of ; mission
,iiry secielary to t a ke ciial ge of I he
rapidly e.amling w ..i k of he
church in iiu- depart ment is not
of less iinp.ii lance ihan that of the
eleclioli of a blshoj,. 'J'i,,. ,-lcct ioli
of ;i I look agent, mid an editor for
Ihe X'is,r,;i, Al fi'citli, and the
! -of no small
. are is en, pi
ol periodicals are
importance. ;,iid much
yc. in tin. ling men to
'suit ihis ceiim-ct ioual work. The
:ishviile . I Iniiiifr is now the only'
l,e of Ihe family ,. . il rucntrs umlrl
1 he cont l nl .
. nice. The ,
; f 1 1 1 com roll,
I the C.-ticial Confer
! hers ill c ei! her ow in-il
d by annual rouleirnr
r imliv I'liisi
sis cliurrh oi g.n
1 1 may be of i
know soui, tl.iiii
lines! to many to
more of his large
ami inllii.ii.il body of cht ist ians.
I'j to is I t . .Methodist llpiscopal
I Juin-h in ti.is country x;is one.
Thai year 111 y divided ami tl iose
of I he Sou! hi in Slates vx ere organ
i.e.l in ls..,siin.lx iid. ling the word
Sou! h lo (list iiguish llieiii lioin the
branch Nn c i. The first Cciicrul
( (inference 1 1 i he Methodist Ppis i
ropal Chun-h Soul h met in Peters-'
Mug in May lsp;, and was com-;
. i . ... i
,fM " "" ri,io --ex rn iieiegaies . -
'J' lilliefeill colileictices. Willi
' navell ug and I'.S.",;; l,M-;il
.'lolating 1 prea. 'Iiers, an, I xiilli L'S vxhile
ml t-i s. Ii.ii jug ihe war this de-
. ..; I I : .. .
! Iioillin, ,o,"n stu.T-..-.. xri x .sriiiiu.s
.'loss ami l'-r ineinbersliip was large
ly .leclei v-e'l- tile property of the
chiiich le ''in l.lliis :it the close of
the slrug ll-. and the deriiusirrd
menibeiyhi p much dispirited. And
yet it will b seen that they have
not Ueii idh in the past thirty
six years th f time since they took
form its an j ndepcndeiit organiza
tion in 'id. T lie 4Mininfi session of
th,. 1 the Cei,eral C Xiteietice x ill nave
J- j under its jurist! iction ."i! instead d
Pi annual ronfe "cures; !.S7( travel
ling it, id local pi fsK-Pers instead of
Iv'L'iL'; S.VI.S11 liu'inlHrs agi-inst
'l7.1iS. showing ! net increase of
over ..ou.iMMi mem 'jers.
The Co-nei-al Conference usually
I". r. .in- Iji Hiil-tv-oiie
, -s 11, ,11, 1 0,-..,X ., s . . " '
Lul an eliort x rill I made
J he coining s ession
THOU AIM'ST AT. BE THY COUNTRY'S.
WILSON. X. C, FRIDAY,
A GYMNAST'S LONG FALL
TIIK. SKNSATION UK A MAX WHO
KKI.T THAT DKATII WAS YKRY
We were iityr in Havsiiisi.Tlir
same ieoplr j;o to the theatre every
ni-lit. sind the demand ronstsint
rlianrs in tlir liill. My
In-other Tom was taken sick sudden
ly. 1 lis ladder w sis up in the dome
reaiiy ior -inr trap lor me, ami
the people lic-jan to clamour to
hsivr "it d ." 1 finally apvetl to
doit. The feat consists, after the
prrfoi maiice of a variety of trii-ks
on the Isidder, in swinging yoursi-lf
11- , .1 I 1
into motion and jtiiiipin
to a tsiiit
rope, riinnin-: from a ceiling at an
incline to the wings. The jump
was si long one, anil the hoiine was
very ipiiet when I liegan to swing
preparatory totaking the lesip.
1 threw myself at tin roe, ami
w hen I w as in mid air, I saw it was
no go ami that I was done. I struek
out desprrsitrly with in.v l'ert, in the
hope of helping myself forward, Put
1 only reached the rope with tlir
tips of the lingers with my left
hand. Poth feet were extended in
sprcailcsigle form, if yon like. 1
ought to have struck the rope w ith
Poth hands fairly in the erntre of
niyliody, with the legs asro-s the
line, so sis to distribute the st i ski n of
sustaining my weight over my w hole
body. As it was, it all fell on my
left sii in ami my 1mi.1v swept in
niward the rope like a Whiplash,
t' course 1 let go, and then I liegan
to turn spirall likes, corkscrew and
I hen go down. I instantly realized
that I must not tall all sjicad out.
ing. Wits the terrible shriek of agony
that went up from the audience.
It vvas like one hear! breking wail
of agony. I can hear it yet, and I
hear it exrry time I think of Ihe
TI.UKI lll.K. KVI'l.osio.N i,x
WATKliKK KfVKK, S. '.
The ollicislls at the conipaiiy
ofliee in this city received a trle-
' gram from their agent at Pa.slovcr,
I S. C., on the W. C. & A. U. P.,
' giving the particulars of a terrible
accident that occurred near there
Saturday morning, by which a iium
- Irr of persons lost their lives and
: ilheis were fatally wounded. It
; 'appears that a party consisting of
' sal mu t twenty-five or thirty (lersons,
I .embarked on the P. S. steamer
I Marion, engaged in cleaning out
' the Waterce Piver, for a short ex
' ciirsion down that stream, Imardiug
Hiit nt Kates Landing, nine
miles In-low the Wilmington, Colum
bia and Augu.sta Pailroad, sit ! a.
'" The Iniat moved down the river
two hundred yards, when it
was signalled bark to the landing
to take on certain parties that had
beni left. The belated excursion
ists were received on lmard, ami
the l.oiit. again piis-eeded on her
trip, and had gone a short distance
arriving at ;i bend, when the csip-
tain had succeeded in getting his
boat in proper imsition, and was
standing at- the aft Ml.
, in. ii ii.-
had just sounded as a signal to go
ahead, when the engineer let on
steam and a . t critic explosion im
mediately occurred, bursting the
boiler iind killing three ladies ami
two men whose lmdies have not
'"'I' recovered, and mortally
wounding two ladies ami three-men.
;,"d slightly wounding several oth-
e.s ri .......... ..so . .
- u, n iixe a toiai
"s. lll.ill. gtoll Star.
Longfellow and his Poetry.
The l i te .Limes T. Fields, writing
-.Imnt th - late Henry W. Longfelhw
"You 1 mist look to Shakesiiearefor
a darge stts-k of the cinrency of
thought, than liongfrllow's, for he i.s
p'otfd in Wcstininistcr Palace, in
fhe Kvitish Parliament and in all the.
pupils if Knglaml. It is Una use he.
immaiii.es whatever lie touches tlmt j
Pis lyre ha nothing alien to any soil J
have heard him quoted hy an
nienia n monk w ith a cow l, and sung
at ca ip-meetiugs 011 the hill. of
"As .1 hapieii to know of the birth
of ma ty of Iongfellow's jioeius, let
in di pilge to yoii a few of their se-
eret.s i Th5 'Psalm of Life' came int
e on a bright summer inorn-!
JhIit. lAU in -,...,l.ri.i.. ....
-t sat between two windows,
tamable iu theeoruerorbisi
V-r- Jt as 11 verse from hi t
THY GOD S. AND TRUTH S.
MAY S, 1SH2.
iim.ost liestrt. ami he kept it tiiiinit
lishinl for a loli time. It exj.lessed
Ins own t.vlin-at the time, wlu-n re
'oerinir lioin ;i deep atnietion. ami
lit had it in his own heart for many
months. The Meiii of 'The Pesicr,
Death,' came without etlort, ci.iystal
li.e.l into his mind. -The Piht of
tlir Stills' was eoliilKised 011 a serene
and Ik-;iiiI itul summer evening, ex
a.-tly snestive of the imm-iii. The
t '. 1 - . I . II . .
m uic nesperiis was written , "mirr. M f it lie until the hist of
j the nifjht after a violent storm had ,;' or t he lirst of June; then re
; H-rurrrd, and as t he jMH-t ssit s k-' l,',,,v and harrow until the surface
j iiiff Ids h the Hesperus came ssiil - thoroughly piilveri.ed ; t hen sow
j iK into his mind. Me went to U-d ! 1 ' ith a drill, aUmt one sm.l
i hut rould not sleep, and wrote thei half luishrls of shelled e... n toil...
relelirslted verses, p hardly rsuised
him an ert'ort. Put tlowed on without
let or hindrance. On :, summer after
noon ,,, lSfl, as he was riding,,,, the
'-"-"ion in .vrnioi lose
, . ... i i , .
... ........ i ne oeep iMiore Mm ;t
WOUIll llOt lH' lillll.
. . .
ne ih-.si Known oi an
- - -- "" ...-I rii.i
sior.' That our word li.un.rnr.l
eaten ins ry ic autumn eve in IS-ll j sow ing, as it shades the ground
on a torn piece of newspaper, ami j more completely, ami weeds hsixe
straightway his imagination took tire! no chance at sill to glow ; hence
at it. Taking up ii piece of pajier, there is no need at all of cultivating,
which happened to lie the hack of a Tut as soon as it is all fasseled out
letter received that day from Miai Ies i well, lay in bundles until thoroughly
Sinntier, he crowded il with verses-1 cured, and then shock up or haul
As first written down 'Kxcelsior' difi to your l.iiru. If vou have never
............... ,n. , sn
eu version, Put it shows a rush ami
glow worthy of its author. The story
of 'Kvangeline' was first suggested
to Hawthorne by a friend who wish.
ed him to found a romance on it.
Hawthorne did not ipiitr roincide
with the idra, and hr handed it over
to Pongfellow, who saw in it all the
elements of a deep and tender idyl."
All Ins lalmrs were congenial. II
jhailgiKKlhraUh. romprtrnee, tr.
I in menus anuine foretaste nl tiniver
I sal fame. His home, the historic
headiiiarters of (P'lieral Wsishing
I ton, was :ill that a man of taste or a
! warm hearted parent ami husband
I cniild desire. Put to this narailise
came one terrible nti'lictiou in July.
JStil. Mrs Pongfellow, while seated
at the library table amusing two .,'
her children, accidentally touched a
piece of lighted paper with her dress,
which was in, l Hatch in tliimes.
Mr. Ijongfellow sprang to her rescue
Put. she was so badly burned that she
died the next .day. 'Ihe poet visibly
aged under this grievous stroke. Of
this grief Mr. P. II. Stoddard, in
' 'Poets and their Homes,' w rites:
I "He has known poignant sorrow.
Death has entered his home sin. I Pi
j ken from it his dearest. That this.
I a sorrow ever abiding, is one from
, which, in a sense, he will never re
i cover, the years have proved. IPs
lll..l,.lu.li..lr l.o4- .!;...!. i:i
..in "'. "Kc;i
smoke curling upward from a Mazing
tue. i et it is present always, veil
ing his cheerfulness
"I never heard him make Put one
allusion to the great grief of his life,"
said an intimate friend. "We were
speaking of Schiller's line poem. 'The
Ping of Polycrafes.' lie said: 'It i
Was just so w ith me. I was too hap
i.v. I might fancy ihe gods envied I
if I could fancy heathen gods."
Tl.r old -Craigie lln.ise.' whirl, was
I Mr. Longfellow 's home in Cambridge,
j was rich in associations. p was
! built midway in the last century by a
j gentleman of family and distinct ion,
! Colonel John Vassal, whose grave
stone in Cambridge bears uj m hi if a
! sculptured goblet and a sun. After
the .evolutionary war the house was
I sol. to one Thomas Tracy, who ap
j pears to have been a sort of Anieri
- can Vathek, emulating as far as pus
j sible in an uncongenial clinic the
! magnificent doings of the Pastern
I Prince. With the passing of his
j wealth, clouds gathered about the
j old house. We hear of it no more
I until it came into the hands of the
i last owner Nave one, Andrew Craigie
" " """ o niiue.i nun. ,
, Necessity obliged him t t w ith1
all save eight of the L'tMl acres ori-i-1
j iiall.y included in the estate, and after
j his death Mrs. Craigie was forced to
. let hslgings to flu- youth of Harvard
j pigmies all to her, tk.ntgh to us such
j intellectual giants as Kverett. Wor
i cester, Sjiiirks iiml Pongfellow were
among them. Of the reduced gen
J tie woman some curious stories are
XiiA. On one occasion her .Mning
piwt lisiger, entering her parlor hi
the morning, found her sitting bv the
ojirffl window, through which innu
merable canker worms hail riiiwled
from the trees they were devouring
outside. They had fastened them
.selves tit her dress, and hung in little
writhing festoons from the white
turban on her head. IP-r visitor,
surprised and shocked, asked if she
could do nothing to destroy the
worms. IJaising her eyes Iron, the
lmok she, sat calmly reading, like In-
j difference on a monument, she said.
' III tones ot' solemn rebuke: "Young
t I....... iiitit 110 1 ...11 r ,,",,- ."-
,.;,ri.f ... .... ...." an an-
swer which throws 'Pmle Toby's"
KP, little Hy,' quite in the shade In
1S4.1 the house was iH.ught by Mr
Ixmgfellow, ami fmm that time, xiilh
tender love and reverent care, he
has adorned and M i fecte.l it. The
house is set .back from the road U-
hind a lilae heilge. blossoming in
snriiic with iinrnle ami white. On
either side are broad verandas Pom
a. ...... liii.k HchMs to the
Charles river and the blue hills of
NOTES FKOM THE FARM.
SnWIXlf CuKX i-iii: I'oDHKK
There is nothing the fanner ran
K't as miicli sto. k CinhI from for the
sinioiiiit of lalnir rM.ndr.l sis he
rstn from si patch of sow ed eorn for
fmlder. Now is ;i pod tiinr to
Ix-jrin pivparsitioiis. Si-leet your
fiioynd and. unless rich. mc it si
.xnl eosit of manure and plow it
. 1 . . . ,-
! re, ifyou want it for fodder alone,
i "', by sowing thick, t he stsdks w ill
' 1h smaller, amUouwlll have a I .r
K.t .mai.ti.N ot blades and tops that
use I i ne can le wi II ...i ..i
I he call .. vi ill
i ' ii ...ifi
IX I j sow nig t h inn.-r ,
l...:ivi..l- wl .11 .
.; - -, ..nil I.v sowing
ol j utile earlier and letting
- i nine iou-ei'oi rail
to i s Iv ol' i.nl.l.i..
secure a good
1 lircf.-r tlii.-L
t.-j,.,! i,iV,M1 wj lM
astonished at the
! iii;intity of fodder you ran raise on
j a small patch of ground. Pesides
j getting a good supply of fodder
. cheaply, tanners will find this crop
a great help dm ing August. When
pastures lM-giii to tail and dry up.
I and the supply of green food gets
I short, you ran keep your stock
I grow ing and improving all the time
. ll Cllt I ill -' :l I..1 in..- i...... .......
s ! 1M,cl, of fodder. Weall knowUia.
Very ottell stock looses considerably
j during the the very hot days in
! August, when the grass in the pas
- lilies gets short.il, nl that, too. w hen
it is most desirable to keep them
i grow ing. A good supply of green
corn grown in this way will be of
great benelit at thistimr. It takes
but little ground and little trouble
; to give it a trial, and we know from
j experience that tried once, you will
i never be without your patch of
Inforinatioii Iron, nearly lio conn
ties of Iowa shows that seeding
hits been coiuiileted iii iminv i,,.u
' of the Stiite. The wheat and oat
! acleiige is increased 1V per cent.,
j iiiid corn pliiiiting Mias eoiiiinenceil
and the acreage will be from I'll lo
.'!( per cent, larger than hist year.
J Large corps of all kinds are expect
j ed. The same may be said to U-
1 1 :.. ..ii .i i- . .-.
. .is,- in an i ne wrsi, Willie
.sunt hern gram crops arr m-tablx
I The Alls, I, til ('iinxlitiitiiiii esti
j males that the grain acreage of the
! South will an increase of from P" lo
I Hi per i rut, over hist year, ami that
j the cotton acreage will Im- si I h hi I the
, same, except in :he Hooded districts.
! where there will In- a decrease of
about L'O per cent.
Col. J. T. Morchesid has on ehi
bit ion a bunch of w heat, product of
! n'"' -'""' w ",rh l,:,s l,,, ",m'
heads, and is Ihirtysix inches high.
lie, also, hits oats now l.eailiug
which are forty inches high.
TlltKII OK TIIK Col IsfMl'.
,iiiucy. Mass., April 21. Sarsih
Poil-el s.a-rillnri.lv sii I...1 It I. I
a pistol sit the residence of a Mr.
Allen, the attentions of whose sou
she was receiving. No known
Pr polls from the Mississippi Val
ley are still very distressing. The
xvater is receding, but immense and.
in some cases, irrecoverable havoc
has In-cii left in its Wake.
President Arthur has sent ;l
message to Congress iccommcmliiig
sill illllnelis.. a i ii ...iiifi:i t ion -o
iroin t'..:hmi,ihmi to ..ii, ikmi.immi for
W"' 1"" l'sr of leveeing and jellying
in .Mississippi riv cr onrr ior an in
order to do away with the annual
appropriation of a million or so lor
( a p. Pads to linger.
The railroad rates to the South
ern Paptist Convention to Im- held
(iieenvill, S. C. May PMh. is p;.
7." tbr return tickets, which will be
on side May 7th. sth. !th and Pth
ami g.H..I until the 'JotU.
We see in the Xnr Y.,rk Spirit of
tin ''hix mention of the cure ol
i Mr. (b-orge Urake, Pi Fifth street.
Indianapolis. Intl.. ol si severe csise
of water rheumatism, by tin use of
St. Jacobs oil. -Cincinnati F.ttiuir-r.
North 'ar.oli.ia made .VMI.."I i
giilho.is of xx hiske.v last yi-iir.
IN UiiHTEi: VEIN.
PriKi;xi;: ! .M-easioually drop
iiitopoctry," as the man said when
he fell iulo the waste basket.
I want to Im- a funny man. ami
xx ith t he punster, stand, an item on
my scissors' Miiit. a paste pot in
my hit ml.
Noah Webster Wits a celebrated
author. Ile wsis a quirk and ready
w liter. ;in, I in one of his inspired
moments he dashed off a dirtioti.uy .
ile took it to several publishers. I. ul
they shied at it, saying the style
was dull, turgid, dry, hard, and 1111
interest ing. sind U-sides thstt lo
used too many Pig words. Put at
last Noah succeeded, ami the 1111
mortal work is in daily use. prop
ping lip babies at thedililiel tilile.
Josephiis Daniels Manager
vol. 12.-X0. i;
"W hat Pi-ought u t. piiou. m 1
colored friend f" i
"Two ronstables. s.ih,"
"Yes, Put iiiesin, had int.-iup, a '
iiiice :in thing to do w it!i ii '" 1
"Yes. ssth. dry w sis bote ,. '.ml
I do love si fool!' ssiid Ophi.-lcide.
w ith a si-m nliil -lam ill his iiei-h
I M.r. 'You conceited e-otistl i.
plied foghorn, w ith scatlun- calm
ness; and the tight was ... i In loir
Ihe police could get their.
It w as si mean man ami a In. a-,,
artist w ho iiiiuouiired the ch il.it ion
of SI II, slglliticent piece ot sriilpliu. .
The Old Trapcr." an.I thru u I,, n
the ilehlileil crowd pan! t he , i ,
and went into the hall showed thi-m
j a tine tooth ciuiili ol I he xinl.i-r ol
Mali: tiii: Cums Mm. ,,
low;, edit.. i lists raised a !u i i s
nest about his cars and will pi, .La
bly hile to leave Hie Slatr. all on
."...in, .. ;,u uni.uiunate a, i i.i.iii
in "making up" his psiper. Ii seems
there vxsis si concert given by young
ladies of the city, and the gallant
young editor wrote it up in s, Undid
shape. The snuie day he had v mi
ed a herd of short horn ratil.-. own
nl by ;i fanurr in (he city, sind hr
wrote up the ratflr ids... The cross
eyed loreiiiiili of the oilier got the
twoarticlrs mive.l as follow s; -The
concert given hist, evening by si
teen of Storm Pake's most beaut ilul
and interesting young ladies wa.
highly appreciated. They Wen-
elegantly dressed and sang in a
most chiiriniiig m. inner, winning
the plailditsofthe rutirr SJI. I icllee.
Who pronounced them ll.. linest
short horns in the count r. lew
of them arrofiirich bn.wii ...Ior.
but the majority are spotted blown
and while. Several of the heifers
were line bodied, light limbed am
nii, Is, ami promise to .,,, good
Hi; Csi:i in in; P.v Ilm
si'.l.K. The oilier day a show came
to Pittle Pock, and xx a, sli.iiiielully
imposed iiHiii by P lu le I sam.W hile
stiinding near the tent he saw a
crowd of loxx spirited Piys g.iexuig
on account ,, linaiieiaf .b- u cssioi,.
'll.M-syer y gstcis waul. a go
to der show:" he asked.
'Ihe boys I'espoliilr.l in u.u-y
I "W ell, come on. dell. I hkIi i l.r
a chile my self, an', unlikr A- m-'
of :.'ieii, I haitit' loi got it. i ouiil
Idese boy s.' he iidded. ii.b 1 1 r ss i n g
i the door keeper, 'flic man began
I count ing, ami Ux . (,,,,,
had passed in. Is w a
! a roii m I. talking" I
j lioin the plantation
j Here," said I he
. :H'. na I n I a m
ho,x a. an, -gix
j ine t W elit V I ickel s.
hat for. I iocs y er I hint.
! lottery a-eiii V
I 'You passed in twenty i...y
I "alll Ihe licketsor Ihr liion
I .loan owe yer no li. ki-ts,
.loan owe y er no money . I
tell yer ler pass I he boy sin.
count 'em. Pse always hr...ii that
show men is good in i ll Iiiik-I ir. an'
I wauled Irr satisfy my .self. You
say diit dar was twenty boy . I ..V'a.i
spute your word, case I am'! io
mat hell ician. Sposen I take a i,l
ol Imiv s ler di-cashiei (ill a bank an"
i a es Inm
to count 'em. .iocs d it
j signify dat Ihe cashier is gw in I. i
pass cm inloder inoliey loom.' o.
sah. Co back to y cr tent: I . a
! crowd goin in.'
The show niii.i, leiiiembri in- th.i
he had left t he eh I a lire uiig (la ',''
; turned :. in I I sum vx silk.-.l ;n, ..x .
Speaking about thi
ol' railroad 1 1 av elers." s;
' xviI '' 1 '"' , l ,,l, l"' I
over his eye.-l never got si. ..n
;.....! ...Ol. ,1 . s ol.
., M.jM ;S j ,1 ,,. Ilt , .l.i u ih-
'M , ,,',.,. .,,, Sl .,, ,.,,!, ,..,,!.
We were going al I In- 1 ate ol ihuiv
miles an hour, and uiiot he 1 1 1 am 1,
the other direct ion r.-h-s.-oped us.
We m ele all t hlow 11 iulo each oth
ei'sso. i.-IX and Iir.. light into lain..'
.Mate social contact, so to speak.
I went oxer and silt Hi the lap o
ii corpulent lady Iroin Main!..!.,
and a gill from Chicago jump,-.
oxer nine seats ami sat 011 tin- pin-.
; .,...,.,. ,,,
vxithso lull, h t lluid, gillisii riilliil
siasiu thai i! shi.xrl his hat . Ir , i
dow 11 oxer his shouhh i s.
P.V 1 I X Imi seemed to tax a I'h
I he Usual cool icscive ot -1 1 a l. p I
and xv e In. ulr oiilsclxes ei.ln.1. at
A shy young man vi il h an . n. . 1
ilted oil clot ll X alls.- ej his on n oil
and xxe.it oxei iind sal .hex 11 in a
lulu h basket xx her.- a hlldul roup!,
srrliieil to W ll-sl hlig VX It h thru ii,
pi. Ille. Ilo you siipM.se that i
tie. -nl young 11. in would haxr.l.nr
such si thing on . 1 . 1 1 r 1 . 1 1
cslsions .' l,i y.. 11 think il hr h id
Im-i-ii sit a c.-le'.rat uui at home lh.,t
he Would hive lisvii iiii pel u,.is x
Sllul gone VX here those people XX. -le
iili.ig by theiiis.-p.-s and s.it .low 11
ill Ihe cranberry jelp of si total
I should rather think not.
Why. one old man W ho p ..ha
bly sit home led the class in. -el ing.
and w ho was as iMgiiilied in p.iscoo
Coiikling's fath.i, was i-aliiig si
piece of rusf.ti.1 .ie when w r nut
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" r " litl and he 1. tr his ow n
sr.lt and Went oxer to the front end
of the ear and shot that piece of
en st. iid int.. the carol a N-anli
lul w id,,x from low a.
"People tlav. llllg somehow for
get Ihcaiisiriitx of their Itoiur lives
' 1 1 i n
ii-.iiau:iaii. cs thai I.isl
'- I. u aiinr .'.hoii, ,,,,;'
The Story of a Murder.
i v w v i i; .
I" Ml t.
I. I VNsiN,, i -l, Mr.
Ills vv in;.
' . I III. M..s I.I. X vi;k i:i i:
i.il - r i k I,. i i. i v r..i t;r
"I W i M X VX Hi i I I 1. 11 l i:
IH - 1! VM I III. nl l..i; I I ;.
I M II. III. imt lo M . ni t,.
II u; i I ni:ii, Aptil is. -h is ,,
in H Ih.il i li 1 .111.41 kable sto ix
s iir.u.l iii a i ton I room than was
, ,1, 1 I ' I a w x er C .1 I . .is. 1
Nrxada. oil tllal loi Ihr
killing ol his w ile. hell he I.M.k
ihe w ll Iir- stand, the gllel ill his
i f c hush. , ll,,- bar and Ihe sm . I.i
t"is int.. a . living sil, u.e. He Im
g in by .Iccl.iiing t In t he had con
-. lit, , !., sax w hat hr Would have
'" v',x : l...lt the dead onlx llj.011
ll"' HI gent lr.,lllclliclit of his ,,,,,
srl, and tor the sal his .laugh
ni- Then he gave Ihe jmy he
hi-t..iy ol his in. unci hie. llx.r
"""'' ''-l " had Ueii. he said,
Wlrirhe.l .1, all w.lxs. H,s
I- li'iioi . She Was a
poUci lul woman lallx his r.,iia n,
sll. liglh. . dlimk she was
iolrtll. Irlorloiis, Slir I r H'.l 1 1 . 1 1
sill. irked him. t I .Ml. nn,g I,
linn, as ,r lirhrxcd .11 the tune,
meaning to rai i x out her I hi. at.
She llurw stones a his h. .1.1,
inc. I l.oihng water u linn, m, ,
on -. xnal occasions to stall a,u
Will, the .'.living kmtr, olire ill
L ast draw ing I.I . .she l...i,.,
linn ml ni !. making sii. h :, ,h,
tillb.llice thai Ihe pohce had (o ic
move h.-l by l,..e. She luiisl ml,,
his oilier .in.l l.o.i r him oxer the
head xx I
s i value
Ix . to,,."
and x a-
i law 1.1,1,- till the hi I
'low ll Ills lace. Nl,,. l .it
'laughter with an inm
I I'll hlo- I. I ling loose all
said, --and I .bank h.-a x i
a, . oi xx ice he .e. 1,1. , I
il l ; oil. c he Im. light poison.
Hi ! he point nl sxx allow nig
II . w hell he 1 l.oiighl ol l.is . 1 , , I g I . I . ' I
a ml I I.i r w ii a vx a x .
I. l-I ii'.H mallei s -IVXX XXI. Isr
j until a night came xx In n he did iml
I dare to "lei p under I he same loot
! " il I. In I . .Hid called III ;i iii iIiInii.
j Ph. ". in . I he, wiists and ankles
I Wllh s,!k hali.lk. i, hiels. -I'll kill
y oil loi I his. sine," she screamed
I l .lax ll . hi he pioiuised to brhaxe,
..,,,1 I h,-y i, niio .in, 1 her. Al her e
'I'lcsl hr sent ol o I x o I ,ol I Ies of
champagne lu her to "sober up
on." He wan. h ie. I about all day
sliiiuniiig hi- aeiiiaiiilaiices, trying
lo s i. light, a hiinsell up. "I roll Id
Iml be si ill in any plan-," be said.
"I could neither si.tnd up nor sit
down had I,. walk all I lie tunc."
Al dusk he xxciil home. The
Inn im mi hid finished his work
ami gone tor Ihr niglil. Ills wile
...ine I I.i . , , i 1 1 the kilcheli ami
u. iil .low ii in I he cellar, as he sup
posed, lo get whiskey "she often
i.:. i l.ot ih- doxv n I here." When
h. came up he spoke of going
.low ii loxx n. "You ," she s.u.l.
Pin lived for you. and yn
shan't leave this house!"
IP- tried t be dooi ; ii xi as . .. k. !:
hr turned around: hi- wile
, right in trout or Inm. lul I' ""'
pressed on hrr hip. "I'll I-'" '"'
i Pll kill you:" s- s, ,e nurd. P" "
i liellV o ! 1,1 In ll, I ,ill-l,r-s a in I lei
! im' in i ii .(il up -,,iu, llung ll
xx a - a
Ill, 11 l.e
,;. f., a . I, ni .iml slun k
... : Ii, i I . nig .! his led:
i'iimI l,i hi -.11 on! Ill the
I, , . ,. -ii.. iiilualire ol
, a : i.. i , look ing up iit
,, ;. ... i .. I-.' s ,, his iieighlml H
, i, bug let to wake
flu i. .ill is blank again
ii ,1 I'll I a later holir, W hen
, . -I .Hiding iii lioiil of the
.mil I.i nig t hr w on Is, "I
il, d my v iir."
i u i .mi' out twenty mill
lu ll I lu x ' Jlle in Ml. II
A Lady's Hand.
I f XI
( 11MI: x 1
I M X I I , X
1:1.1 u i.i;x
im; 11 s rn
T xi . .
-S 1 ;s
In.il coiiib.it. -vT"
1 ol a wo .,,,-, hiii,, I t,n,U.
SIIHV countv. Vii.oi.i,
pi n . ,1,
II. Ml the N
Caiobii., h,. ,,
' nni -1, , .. 1 wo young men
Pob. i! P..:!. v sin, I John liazi. r
had I ...g brrii ia Joxr wifh Mjs.
Pad..,.' .bun -. Ihr lurltx an.I ,.,.1,
X X ' 1 . . . -I '
.1'. Ill- I
I " nu i hv in neat
di' Id. The nvals had long
v ai 111 p.-i soii.il friends until
be. Hue rliamoird o ll,.- Xoiing
. im lha! In,,,, the coldness
ecu Ihe, a has gun, ,, j(,, ,,..
1 at' . I,, order to make their
: V dl- igl. rable (,, . ..Iije.-i
ii' alb lion, Ih. x ..il,..,, I
lo ! inn- I In il llMNt.i hrr so as not
lo in....; earl, other in I,, ,- present,..
U.,h..-dn nighl. hoxxever, while
P -nie xa talking I,, the young
iadx. lYai.r canir in :....l" . I...?
Wrie liol lo;g their b. f.ir,. H;UCilsll.
a!l,-,os xx. -re I,,.,,!.- ;,,,, replied ,,.
t I ,,..l..l..l... . .' . . s.
l!"" .' "-' l-"' "III he time trembling
" ""' i-'tliy glances v hi. I.
!'.' m. 11 exchanged, and which 111
di--a!.-.! Ill -.1 II,..,.. xv;is x,.f u, fM.
Ilollblr iMlx'.erl, t PrlH. Filia'lv
P.tJ'-y hit. and soon aflrrwiir.N
I l ilrl tollowed him. An hour
all. I Xt.H.ls Ihr llVids l.u l oil the
load, lew .void, we, ,. evchilllgetl.
lor carl, IIM.P . ., ,,,; .
xi as to
h ue :: dm,
I'M his hie. P,,i,.y
hi . Is 11 i fa- on,! 1,1.1,1,, 1'...- I-. .
'i. wh,,. anticipating trouble, .
I'irkeil up :, ar fro,,, the wood
pJe When he left I he .X ..ling lildy s
house. The desperate struggle
''" ' - I- b.n lin.i IP l-'rairr's
IX'- told, iind he siierreiliug in
ram, 1. g ,11s anl.ig'oni.st. He ism. W
niid. - i suj.-st