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tisements unless jrood reference is
mi; n ANri: iii.i:MNis.
I In- i . I ) 1 u - I'liijin 1 1 i iiml .'.c
i, ,e consolidated.
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I, ..I. I .it P.CUUlol I it In- can L'fl I Ii.
. . i if I clicuill ,u f lin ill .
'I'll.- New l.n-l.iii'l Stales -ut
If I III - u It Ii i. out Ii "I 1 1 II ( !----.If lit
c.l i It-nl .i ml -i-n ci iM .
I M . .1 ii. i T. W .il-li "I Km-loii. nn ill
sIii.iIIn hc'lll III"' ' 1 ! I i . - it lull of a
I, mill hi-. I., i.f f.ill. tl t hf liilih .SI, i
,1, l.i In hmlhlil.
I ill I 111 if I l.li : Hi ...I' I V l III.
( Inn. i. I . Ifhl .llf.l It- l..".(Hlh I. ulh
c,i la-t I; i !. ! Ii. 'I I.f man NV hn
f. mil. I. .1 it .lif.l -'.iiif 1 1 mi' ago.
i . 1 1 '4ii I of f I-hlff li. ln ;il in
ill.--'. .III. I M .1 1 I - in in. inn. i . I- .1
I I black in .,ilf -lull. She has
,i .Ii. i ii ,il .i -I i ii I f . i i if I . .iiul
hi.iKi-- ti.iin - '. lo "'i i d.u
I hf I ...hi " . f.htf.l b a
I I ill l I'll III! II II IH 1 .III I I I .1 I I . 'I 4.1 II
-,i s. '-W f nil. n. I I" light II out mi
t I, I . I i in- ii ii I 1 1 I I ,i. If - 1 1 f f - . i I
t i ii ..nl I -i ni ami Mot I i-m."
'. .1 l.l.llll -.t.N - I ll.ll lif.l. ll-h
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 w . i the m f . 1 1 -1 man who
i i I 1 1 f 1 1 lull t li.it hf nv a- hot as
mm h ol a ( 1 1 -1 . 1 1 a- il.nl. I'l cl
Uii I M .1 A" nl I" . -I n:il.
ii oi .l.ii u loom- account an ice
I. ill g 1 1 in k I It'll in-1 ! at .Ml. I 'If a
. tut. I'al. Din- f.ni:il. .iiul ; . i 1 1 1 1 1 1
a i lull. I hf 1 1 ii! Ii ol II I-. i '.unit I
.i-iiiiI -ha kin j o gi I a f hat i.f a I
A n I J h io ii. i a i a ii mil 1 1 . 1 1 1 his
ii'liii inn a 1 -). 1 1 I hi- -kin. in:l my
I t . nl ! Ii llou i ! I i , i m how 1 1 ii it-k a
'A lull' man lii-foiiH'- i 1 1 1 ; 4 1 w lii-ii
hi- ..in -. I hf ! . 1 1 : . . 1 1 ial I . i mli
,i ,i limn ... . i In In, in i sso
Mi. h a -n.ii h. ol Raleigh, ha
.iii i .i i I i.i 1 1 1 . a u ! 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 ' 1 1 il l ii I -1
1 . 1 1 1 i 1 , 1 1 .'II. 1 1 . n i w 1 1 1 1 1 1 in A H 1 1
a m I v I , i y , in- 1 1 . 1 1 1 . I a 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 .
I n i .Ii I I 'i f ; a m I i ii '. 1 1 1 .. 1 1 i -ii.
. .ii f ! a I il i -In 1 1 -ilk I li. I ii -t I .
I In- t if i H .; l.i S I ali- A i Ii ul I II i a I
.1 if I . a I il -- i.ii nl in.-1 I i ii4. it
. . mi mi-ii. h-. I all I In- i n II I a I .T- ol
I In- gi on m I III ( if oi '4ia -hall kri-i
lh. '.".1-1 ol Angii-I as a day ol thaiik
::iNing ami wor-hii I1...111 , of the
.1l.11ml.1i1l ha 1 N t--I .
I I 1- 1 1 11 11 I ii I thai tin' savannah
in .11 I'.iiim.v haf I it-in fii It-it-1 1 h
a 4.' n I If 111 1 n 111 tin - f 1 1 . w lio jirn
1 1. - '4 ' I r 1 ; lain -hfti I.1I-.I114 "Il a
la 1 41' s. alf . 'I In- --a alinahs allonl
.1 in l - iilura4f tor a 1.114.' iiiiiiiIh 1
1. 1 -hf 1 . thf till II f f 1 1 . h'i fit if.
i- .iilili-ln il -onif I iint- ,140 I hal
!'.'. 1 '. .ol. I .V I HI I illia Ii Iminiliff u
1 1 11 1 4f 111 I hf 1 1 1 -! ill -I I It! . f ali a -scil
In - ion nl 1. 11 j i. ill 1 1 h! mil. 1 liol iff
that .'HI' I ,'f 1 .11 1 .ll.'.i II I-M haii'4f-tlf ll
1 hi - 1 hai 4f . ami a- w f tlo nul wish
l.i ihi iliil-llif lo : 1 1 1 .'lif. Wf 1 1 1 . 1 1, . -I
In 1 ..1 1 . I
Ih. tool hat Ii - 11. 1 111 In- In-ai t
t In 1 . 1- a 1 1 1 if 1 a I 1 1.1 1 I in S .a I h 'a
1 ol 1 11. 1. a in I I w 1 II now 41! ollh'f.
lakt- Ihi- tii ", il- 111 hol w nl. thf
an- . i 1 1 v i'a-11114 t hf in -i-1 v f - lo I hf
-n 1 tit-, ami I hf w hoh- In 1 .1 w ill In
li..w lif.l in thf -t a ol th-iiioclai'V .
I hf W ailfliloii tin:, It,- wi ll -as
I hal -'I In- foiilf-l 1,1 Noi I h ( '.H olm t
I- In Iwftii thf ii'M'iiiif oili.f: thf
in 411M - ami a If w iii'ii'oor- licitt
ui i.iK v ho art' ih-411-lftl lift aii-t-ihi-v
win- not j 1 1 . 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 with
t In-11 ow 11 iai t to 4f I oltiff. ami
thf ihi ant w hilf nun ami ta ia
II- . ii w Ii n il suit- .1 1 f 011
A 414. ml if oak al Mount t-l imn,
whiih ha-alwa- Ihi 11 known a
" W ,1-h 1 11 4! on".- 0.1 k." a- th'-l 10 oil
l. .1 -I lokf o' I14I11 111114 a If w tla -140.
Tin- I iff hail iii.iiiv hlstoi it-.1--01
lat inn-, ami 4: . 1 1 1 n 1 1 il- nainf
I10111 Ihf Lift that thf I '1 f-ith-III '
las 0 1 it t- 1 f -1 1114 1 1I.11 i- a i I i'l 1 hf hf.it
ami I. ih.. 1 - ol t In- tla w a lu ni-al Ii
1! - 41 a! fl'nl -h nlf .
I In-1 f 1- a i-1 I114I1 t i 1 1 1 . 1 1 1. ,11
1 . 1 II 1 1 III Ii h I 4 . 1 1 1 . M 1 I on.'
1. 1 1 1 1. 1 1 . I w h U f w 1 urn 1 11 I i.i 1114 lf
4lu hii-l.alnU. I- I li.it "Ihf hl4hfl
law " w 1 1 1-.nl .a .' Ihf N,.u I I a ill
' w 1 -in - 1,, U,,,w il thf ai.
all 11 if n 1 ! h 1 - ul ih, I. -iiif Kiln fink
' ' 1 1 " t s.i . hn; th, h- ,,nuht t,. In- a
k llll 114 I II! Il 111 . .1 1 4 1 1 t .if 1 i t l 1 nt u
I f'H -1 1 lull 111 1 i 'ill4!li;-.
1 . t im ( ,,,:.,. i;,j,.-
w .1 1 .1- ha - Im I, Hi il I Im . 1,1 ,,;
k - I. I '. .'A t il I , 1 II-. II. '! I l I'll. I II 4 I II 4
1 - I'.'hl a al oi 11 -.0 hi' ha-
''- ' I'll! L ii-, . 011. In. I in In -I vffk
!l- 'I'1' noinuiat inn al in li.unU ,-.
I 1 1 I y . .111.1. allel
h.lN 1114 been belch. I ivf,,,lu ,, ,.,-(,,
thco'li.-r -nle 11, I,,,
I h e Pcidsv ill,- ', vl.,
hat l.i Mrli's pari in 11, .t know n
'"!'"' ' lv ihf lli.lll.l4cs NN ill have
'"""''IIN.INN . Stale olhelN h,;,
thev'll n imi) ;1,..nl,., Scales 1, 11
'oniesN 1 1 . ihi disiricl. Win
s" Mi, ,s ,he .Uesl...,.
,V"iMl,! !l"'. Ii-.v- I, in, as vet like
1'nll 111 a Mi! ti 1 1 1 4 to tame
slll)leiem ,,, .m .
l,KV " "'' I'l" -" II" . t.f HockcI'V.
"HI klli.W l.ca.'h IInc.1 to n;IN to
HotkeiN : M N C.l ! nliNil! Stand
up now .nul I.,- a w h.te man."
Thf ll.lllil l.otlf ol ( i I Tflllp
lai- met in I ' ; 1 1 1 -1 4: 1 1 last wri'k ami1
tl.ilfil tin- I'ol low iliu. otliii-i s lor t In-in-111114
iar: (I. V. ( '. Tcin'lar
.1. c i::ini4toii, 'iat..n : (;. v. i
( oini-flloi .1. 1'. lalllf. Cliarlottt-;
i.V. . It-11 1 !: 1 Mi. Illanthi-I'liiin---.
1,'ahih: (i. V. 'h.i.laui 1
-- M. II. Wi ll-. I'lin- l.t-M-l; ;. W .
'Ii i-a-111 11 Mi-- - Hi-ikuitli. I.'a
I114I1; t'i. W . Si-t if tars Iti-v. II. II
hit.ikf r, Kali-i-'h ; i. W. Marshall !
- ha-. Imiitl. imlsoi ; 1. U .
I it 11. Mai -hall I. A.(it-ri . I'.i-iva; '
ln-i.f inanl -.lohn l;. Hill. Sims
Im 1 ; t'.raml St iiliiif1 N. I'.. P. an
w i ll. akt- fount .
M 1 . .1 nh. 1 11 S. Can , ol I Mil ham is j
Ihf 1110-I iro4ii-s-i i- ami lihi-ral !
man 111 tin- Slato. I h- Pah'ih
I'm mi, 1, oraii o! tin- rolori-tl no 1
ih ' l air. -a,. -M 1. .1 nlian S. ( 'al l i
of 1 )ni lialn. ollf i s as a n t in 1 11 In to
tin- Noilh t'ar.ililia 1 ni!il-t 1 ial A sso-
II. it 1. .11 a st holai -hip In ;in, oiinn j
man iisiriii4 tociilii' any of tin-!
follow 1114 iiaint-tl in.-l it nt ions: Shaw j
I nni-r-it : SI . A ii'isl itir Noi inal '
1 1 1 -1 1 1 nlf. I.'alf ih I '.iilillf I ' 11 i -lsit . j
hai lollt:l'.fiiiii'tf Si-miiiai,(iii-t-n.s
lioio: l.iiifohi I ' ni i-rsity, Clii-sli-r i
. . , 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' . 1 . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 Normal ami
A 41 1. nil in al In-liliilf, I laiiiptoii.
a.: illii-rfoii i- 1 list it nti', Ohio,
llouanl I' ni el sit y. 'asliinj;loii.
1. t '.: Allanla I ' ni i isils ami Al
lanla Sfiiiinai Atlanta, (!a.
A Norlolk ilisiattli says: Ahoiit
twi lvi- inolillis ;i.i, YV. .1. Mllli.lfli.
a l.'t'l'iihlii'aii inrtnlii'i' if the North I
Carolina I .i-i-lat 111 c, ran a way with I
I in- w ih- of. I. A. Johnston, of Cam
th-11 toiiiiiN, N. '.. toi'thi-r with
ali. ml -s.i.riOll. .luhii-l 111 1 ii 1 11 nt I nit 1- :
l hail hiin-rlf aoiiitcil a ,sn-cial j
.141 nl ot ' t In- Stat'1, ami. a nun I nn it Ii :
a 1 1 iiu-il mil. si t out to Iiml tin-1
44 1 1 1 1 1 pair. Hi- iinally tran-il tlirin
lo Kansas i iI n. Mo., nn hi ll- ho hail
Hn- 4111IIN lt'4islator arn-sti-il. lit
ariiNiil hi ll- with his prisoin-r last
11 : h ! . .1 1 nl to tlay si ai li-il v it 1 1 him
10 Ninth Carolina, nn lii-n- tin- trial
vv ill lit- l lil. All lln- .stolen Ilioln-N
h i, I In t . 1 -pf nt In-toii'.lohiistoii ami
hi- paramour w 11 1-a ppl I'hi-mh-il.
I In- art foiiiioissfiir ami -liihitor,
I l I it . I I I III I NN I ' 1 1, NN as I'll I'l 'I I III I'lll'll
inal i-m li SI. .laeol.s t il. l,,lh
I 1 1 t 1 11 hi 11 .
A Piece ot Natural History.
-W In inf ami what art lima i--
ft ralilf shapi-.'" Miltmi. j
l ln- I.1I11I.1I lo'pnlilii-aii Anil Pro ;
hiliilioii Party is very nint h sin h a .
rif al 111 1' as I ho ( iror;;ia I 1 1 1 1 tie - '
stiilifil him-flf to In-: -I lalf horsf,
half alligator, ami tin- lial.ini'i'siiap
pi 114 1 11 1 1 If." Tin- iiriiio is tin- lioi'so i
part ol tln- roin t t n. I lc carries the '
lull ihli-. lines t he ot i 114;, I nit ffts i
NeiN little of I he profits. The w hlle
1 a. Ileal 1-I In-alligator cletneiit. As j
I he alligator is iiott il for his larp1 ;
capaeitN lor sNn alloNN ili' looil. so the'
nnIiiIc l.'f pnlilit-aii has a most won
th i I nl c a pacil n lor snn a Honn 1 nn ni,v
iiiiiiifiil pap. He takes it all ami,
le.iNes the 111-4111 nolle. Thcll he
siile-. he has a hiile like sheet iron
III il i impel n ions tii all the NNcap ',
on- of 1 1 ill h ami jllst ice. The I jl
e lal- 1 till-t It lite t he III ml I II It le cle
III. 'III. 'I'he peculiarity of tin- Ini
tio l-lh. it he iloli't know NN hell he is
le nl. Men like 'linninan ami
I. each ami .loliii-oii if not politically
.l.-.i.l ai . 111.11 ilniml. It oii cut oil'
I lie I nil le'- hf.nl ami t hrow it aw a.N .
11 is a--ei Icil that it will. snap at aiiN
thinn pa--iii4 l.. .lust so with-tlie-e
I, literals. TheN.lle easpiiin
tor poll 1 leal real h. alnl snappinn at
the I leinoci al ii- Parly as it passes
l"N oil lS 4lcal llll-Sloll. II thf thf
h i en t pat I s of t his 11 1 i sci eat eil coal i
t loll -hoiihl lc hehl tun'cl lift' l" the,
cohesiN e fort e ol pllhlic plllllilel "
until Nun tin I .f 1 1 nn h if h is 1 Ion lit till 1
lh.- Dfinocrals ul North Carolina
Will put II to a SNNect It'st sllch
ie-1 as the 1)1.14.. 11 ha.l alter St.
( ieul 41' w as ilune NNilh hlln. I'ilfi
1 th nlii Hut in i hi r
Sa- the l'.iookl, 11 I'liilt- : Mr. P
( '. Muort . ol .Mesnrs. ci nam Co.,
II New -tli et. NcNN oi k. NNas al
ino-t in-taiitlN r-lit- 1 1 1 1 St. .la
1 oh- ( il ut mai'Iv pain follow inn
attack of pleurisy. The reineilN
a. 1 1 1 1 like 111,1411'.
Advice to our Raleigh Girls.
I'.e iinlu-l lions. Thus the best
nn 1 him' 1 1 have ever found the best
IiIInIi.iihIn at the post ofdlltN. Pe
bt ti a nn flit t o I hi- will to water the
raiiicl- ami eaii4ht Isaac's inatri
iiiuiu. il .14. nt. I;. n h. u l w.-nt out
w 11 h I In- -ht i' p. ami found Jatub
ami a kiNN wailiuu her. Puth
N.1.1114I1I ill the wheat lid. I ami
mail ad rif 1 1. Abinan bustled
around ami baked L'tio loaves .if
In cad and loaded up a nn hole coin
mi-saiy train which she person, dlv
leil 01. t to 1 . iv id. and n"' ;l -sccoiul
husband within a week after her
liist one NNas petritieil. a liil if you
persist ant Iv buckle dow 11 to a w ash
tub Noli teel assured that 110 man
will marry voii for voiiriuouev.
.'ii Hjli Visitor
Too Thankful for Words.
Pi n Ci:ossim;, Ark.. 1
Ma.v li.'!. lo.
II. II. Warner N Co.: Sirs 1 m
1 00 I ha 11k !ul to express in w on Is t he
40.nl v our Sate Kidnc.v ami Liver
i 111 r has tlmic inv lainilv .
PlA . P. K. M.MiKl.KK.
NKAIMJY NKWS NOTES.
'llii' H 11 Us Wi-allli tl c;ir
fs ;:illn-i cil ly Our III
oiit-r. :iml -tl) iii-il
I10111 our iiiiii-roiis 'Nci-li-
Sh.-lill .1. .1. NolNU-ll.
of akc. 1-
Wilson i teaching a
.sat Scot la ml Neck.
Ill the last three weeks t he Scot - ,
laud Neck lii.iiieh road has made
Pcy. .losephus Latham Nvasi
ed Supei ititendeiit of Piihlic
struction in Pitt count v.
i recteil. lins tact nlolie attested
A plotlaetedlt neetilin is lieinneoli- j the hi-h esteem in which he is held
ducted hy PeY. W. T. Join s ill thelliN Ills fellow citiclis, ami sIionni-iI
Ilaptist church at Toisuol.
A Teacher's Institute Nvas In-lit in
Kenaiis ille t his w cek.
Pa hill nn as t he tcache
Prof. J. II.
of elocllt ion.
Thiun'sare look inn nl","u ' he
7V nn s sa s not a sinnle white couple
w ere man ict in 1'ranklin county last
A In NNecklv mail route has been
established between Scotland Neck
ami Nortlcct's Kerry throiinh the
influence ot' ( o-n. ( 'ox.
We at know ledy 'e I he receipt of an
invitation to attend a (iraml I'.allat
Kinston on the occasion of the lav
in;; ofthe corner stone of the Kin
sfotl College, Attn'. -!th.
The Pocky Mount Hrjmrti r says
that Mr. A. P. Thorpe has had
manufactured a new brand of cigars
ami named t In-111 "Our I'air." He
also has a new brand ot colonne of
t he same name.
The (Irecnville Hi thctor in speak
inn "' 'he Commissioners )(' jtt
eoiiut says I hat for ein'ht years the
present P.oanl has been in office,
and ilurilm that time they have
paid all the debts of the county,
have increased the value of the
county script from 10 fonts to par,
made many impiov cmeiits in the
public builiiinn's ami other work in
the county, anil have steadily de
creased the county tax until now
Pift pays the smallest tax ofany
county in the State.
Ailimcliliv occurrc.lon ll.e I ale
.h.nia farm last Monday hi-t w -.-ii j
icorne warn. wiiiTe, ami nn !
Oavis, colored Ward shot Oavis
in the shoulder ami side, liv e halls
takinno lit it. Ir. tiicnory, of Mali
fax, Nvas called in and probed for
the balls, I m t , w e lea I'll, NN it limit .sue
cess, he not bcinn'able to find oil her.
Ward has been lodn''l in jail. The
darkey is st ill alive, but not likely to
recover. We have not been able to j
learn the part ieular of ' the shoot inn I
or the provocation which led toil. 1
Srnthiml AVi A minimi in tilth.
We have read with much interest ;
ami lrolit the oration delivered bv
our friend Mr. T. P. K inn'sbiirv , of
the llmlli4lon Star, oil "The Pile
and 'hai aclcr of t he late 1,'ev .
Thomas Lowe" which NNas deliv
ered at Ha.v wood's church. Halifax
coiiutv , J uiie 'J It h, ami which has
just hecn pillillshcil 111 pamphlet
Il is a scholarly orat ion, and 1
is a titf inn ti ibtiteto that man whom
the speaker pronounces the most
cloipient preacher North Carolina
The proceeds from the sale ofthe
book NN ill f o to erect a tablet to the
meliiol N of M 1 . 1 .1 inn e
let call be had of PeV
kins, P.iiliclil. N.C
W. II. Wat
at lo cent
A Teacher's Commendation.
Pi. vrh Ci: i:i:k, N. '..
Ann. 17. I ssl.
Km no: :
I th111kth.it evcrv person u,
I, -els an interest in the Public
Schools of this county may feel
1,1 (iiul of hav in- such a man. as Mr.
1. Miui'iv I'm- Sioie 1 iiilfliilflil
l-'r 1111 what I can learn, there is no
one in the count v, that can till '
lil.u t' w it h mole honor to h i uisclf
and satisfaction toothers than Mr.
Mllira.V has done. lie visited Ili.N
school in a few tla.vs alter I com
mem-ell teaehinn ami made a slmii
talk to the pupils. I was surprised
to see how well it pleased thf in. ami
to NN it liess the amount ul 4.1111I it ill.l.
Next dav some of them were able
to tell 11 ic nn 1st of w hat he sail I : ami
then- is Hot one that does not ex
press a desire for him to coiiie ana ill.
I Iiml that he dues nul know oiilv
how to teach and please children ;
but he also knows huw to leach
vounn leaehels to teach them.
Kroni w hat little I hav.- been able
to learn ol his hlstoi v . since tii st. 1
became acipiaintetl with Mr. Mill
ra.v. I think he may well exclaim.
"1 have taught thousands to rea.l
but not one to sin." As he 4ivcs
so much satisfaction to paniit.
teacher ami pupil can the count n
do U tter 1 han let him continue to,
till the ollieo as I0114 ;i he nn ill.
I.olin Ina.V he live to see the otul
ot his labor. My s, l I is rapitlh
pronressiun in numbers. haveal
leady enrolled lortv seven pupils
and learn there arc otlu-rs to conic.
1 leal 11 iiin iicinhbor teacher has
en rolled scv ciity tiv c. ami has an as
sistant teacher. Show tiieacoiiutv
that is more prohtic in children ami
t I ., . ti .... v ,-, ,,
i i'.Ai iu;i;.
Ransom in Snow
It nn.i iiin ootl fortune to he in
Snow Hill on Tuoilay. ami it was
al-oin reat plea-ure to hear the
sweet Yoiee.l. lull- tone. I Tlllly
.-peak. Posters. -tuck ahoiit
Upon trees ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f i 1 1 v, the fact
that the schol.iiI ami talctiteil
Paiisom NVollhl lie ill toNNIi on Tiles
"I.i N . hail ! he t l emi'Ii.lull- clleet of
drawing tonether a larno erowil.
., , ( , w j, ,,s, j . ,,. W;IS
ilark atnl iain,, the people
henan to tlock to town at an early
hour ami t ae announcement alo e
lioteil NNas the lualict to which the
needle of eclA thoiinht NNas tii
how ioaHy he reigns o'er the realm
: of their teelinns. Ami while t he !
j fullest tribute Nvas paid to Pansoin. j
the people did nor fol'n'et In -reluler
unto Ca-sar the thinns which he
loiicth unto Ca-sar." ami the
name ofthe nilt''tl Vance was fie
1 j 1 if 11 1 ly iiieiil loned wit 1 1 the same
liiealhof enthusiastic admirat ion.
Pansoin ami X'ancc. mr mihili
I 'rutin in. the pride of their State,
and the fearless spirits of that
arena, where Titans meet in coin
hat. It is no NVoidcr then that the
masses came throiinh mini ami
mire ami rain ami storm to hear
the nulile Pansoin speak. Ami
after hcarinn him and cent l ast inn
his powerful c (Tort with the minhty
ones of Vance, it is difficult to tell
under which kitin. oh P.czoniaii"
shall the haulier of preference lie
planted. And yet there is mi rivalry
lictNNecll thclll. P.oth are croNVlieil,
hut the n':ll'l;l,"'s they NM-ar are
woven with flowers entirely dill'er
cut. Viiiice ill the towerinn fortress
of his nraiiitc lon'i' and Pansom in
the citadel of his heaut ifull ehisled
rhetoric are n'aml. iinapprnae h
able and siipieine. Tlie oratory of
one is like the 11 1 . 1 4; 1 1 1 ti 1 -i 1 1 1 corius
cations of a llasliinn meteor bril
lianl. ilazlinn lhrilliii.4 and 4luii
oils; nn hile i iiat of t he other is like
the 1 1 1 : 1 4; 1 1 i t i t ' 1 1 1 1 beaiuilin "f 'hi
st at ely even inn star eha-le.brinlil.
steady, serene and beautiful. The
launiiane of one is like a mountain
I in if tit stronn. forceful, s wccpinn.
soiiictitncs beautiful, vet at all times
IM.:,,-i M1 its resist less em rent the
I I(.M.st o-rains of truth and wisdom:
vv,i(. that of the other is lik.
cry st al purit oil
lk en deeps of
landless lakes i lea r. piirc.pellm iil.
stainless and ripplinn around netns
of rarest bcaiiiv. Pot h have their
spheres and both reinn o'er them
NNilh kindly nrafe and power.
Put now to I he speech which I
started out to notice. At PJ o'clock
,,,. :,ssombled in the Court
Htnise. and (apt. Harden in the
Vi. ;.. ,.1)1S,. tribute to the
v jrt lies of t he di-t innui-hcil speaker
presented the Hon. M. W. Pansom
''' oxpectant assemblv. lie
arose, -like a lion from his lair."
and a tier t hank inn Capl .Hal den lor
flic complimentary tei'ins ciuplovcd
In- 1 1; 1 ii I an apostrophe to truth
and stated that that virtue would
be the pole star lh all the assertions
he .should make on that occasion.
I le not iced his recent v isit 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 4; 1 1
portions of the Stale, and spoke of
I he evidences of I hl'il'l. ol' i III pro N e
lliellt, of prosperity, of peace, ol
happiness which n'fected his vision
aloun t he Inn- i t travel, ami con
nastetl it w ith tin- d 1st n ssj 114 ; -ecus
ot ten vcar
when the c
ano w In n paralv sis
Ihe limbs of ciiern.v.
It mils of depression
n'at hereil cveiN where, and when
ili.-ui ih-1, ( .nil 11-iuii ami e ui 1 iiit 1..11
ran not oiicv crv hand. And nn hat
NN as t he cause of t he ch.11140.' We
have the same fruitful lii l.l-. the
1 s.,n,. j.vll,,. showers, the same soft
! sunshine, the same .sweet at s
phcrc and I he same bciiinn beinn
w ho rules o'er Hie just ami the 1111
Put li-'W we have a ditlelclit
novellimclit. and the beneficent
change must be crcilitcil to that.
i Judicial coll Uj.t ion ami inilitaiv
t crrorism ruled t In-da v : iionn reform.
ccoliomv. justice, peace ami pros
peril', mark the run of the hours,
and liaiinon.v dwells amid all see
lions. And then, after cunt rast inn
these periods, he asked if there
was a white man. he he Helnoeiat
or Liberal, ul pepublica 11 nn h, i could
put his hand upon hislu ait . 1 1 1 I 1
sire t he ret urn of hi.s Slat.- to the
nov ci 1 1 1 1 t -1 1 1 ot ten Ncaisan"- lb'
t hen adverted to tin- Keihral i lov
ei iiinciit and recited sunn- of t he
imlinnit i,-s and oiitian'- " hail
practiced upon the South, upon Hie
laud that n-ie I he count rv seven
million bales of cotton, all of its
rice, all of its naval store-, hall ol
its tobacco, and shuNNctl how it had
bel li inll"K'il I'N lllepai'lV 111 power.
The la in 1 which had uivcii Wash
llintoll I" thi' folllltl V. the hollies ol
Jackson ami Scott ami Ta v lor. and
the heroes of the Mexican war.
NN ho pushed tile tl.14 of the l llloll
into the vcrv chambers of the Mon
te.umas ami made the walls echo
with tin- shout of American v ic
tory miiNf be iniioicd and its pct-plc
have 110 shale in the d ist 1 il nit n m
of t he desks 111 t he Cabinet, or oil
the Supreme Court lunch, or any
tlicr patronage nnIicu northern lo
I j mhlit-a its make a claim tlnn lint
At this point he al o-e to t he sub
limity of his luanuiticellt poNNels.
ami the swoop of a tornado. I
can't thsciibh it. It it wordless.
And neither is tln imperfect
synopsis tin- .slightest approximii
tioll to the lllclc.Nt outline ot the
'"overfill elTort he made. It must
ic lu-ard Jo leap its richest boiiiitict
.v its highest felicity.
W. II. P.
At a ineetilin of the slll ivillj;
lnemlieis of the late L'Tth Peniliielit
N". t '. S. T.. held ill the city ofCoI.U
Koro. Ann- I Tt h 11'.
("apt. K. l. Jones Nas called to
the Chair ami J. W. Slocuinli re
(picsted to act as Secretary.
(Mi motion a eoiuiuiitce of one
from each Company Na.s appointed
liy the Chair to draft resolutions ex
plcssix c nf t he sense of the ineet
ilin. The committee withdrew and af
ter a short ahsciice reported thefol
Inwinn preamble aiil resolutions
n hu h were unanimously adopted.
Wiikuk as, Company A. of the
late L'Tth Peniineiit, N. C. S. T. has
called tonether the remnant of our
Peniineiit in order to afford those
of us w ho are left an opportunity to
nieet once more and shake hands in
J social re union.
j It, it L'tsolrtd, 1st. That we lieri- !
I b.v tender our old coinrades of 'oiu-1
I pany A. our heartfelt thanks for I
i their cordial hosiitality, and wish!
1 1 heiii "lie ami all a loiin and pros
j j ic rous i-aiff r of use l'ultif ss ami hap
piiu-ss w Inch we can testify they!
: have loiin ano earned by their faith
' fulness to t rusts imposed iion them j
in times when the bravest of men j
j infill well have been pardoned fori
ithe lack of steadfastness.
I L'ntl. That we very sincerely if j
! ni' t the abseiiff to day of so many
of oar I rusted leaders ofthe days j
i none by and while wo think, of each i
; w ith atl'fftion we especially deplore
j the absence of him who so gallant- j
I ly led its, first as Colonel ami after-
i wards as Kripide Joiuinandf r.
Cell. John A. Cooke, who though a!
resident of a sister Stale will al-,
wa v s live in the hearts of Nort h ( 'a
I'oliuiaus, and especially ofthe siir
v iv ors of tl Id 271 h Regiment and
t heir decendelits also Col. (iilnu-l.
:!rd. That our thanks aie alsodui
ami are hereby tendered to the fit- :
i izens of (ioldsboro and Wayne;
I county and especially the ladies for
ithe great interest they have maiii -;
I'csled in our r-union, and for the j
hoNiitable manm-r in which they!
have provided for our entertain j
j Ith. That we consider it highly 1
important that a truthful record of
'our command in the late war'
1 should be written ami preserved for
I our eh 1I.I1 fii audi here fore hope that I
the survivors will take some action
I looking to f he gat hci ing ami collat
! inn the necessary data for a correct
I history of t he same. :
P. W. Jov tier. ( 'ompaiiy K.
1 Wootcii P.i.zcll. Company ( '. !
J. J. Piirncss. ( 'oinpany K. .
J. I.'. Rollins. Company II.
S. S. Nash. ( 'oinpany (I.
11. i-. N111111, 'ompaiiy I).
K. M. Kosciic. Company J. !
YY iley Thompson, Company K.
I K. A. Wright. 'ompaiiy A.
A circular letter was lead from 1
John A. Sloan late Captain of'( 'mil ,
pany P. iionv resident of Washing
ton. I ). '.. asking for histi 1 ical facts
and tlat a connected with the Pe4i
ti 1 1-11 1 to be published ill his work
; entitled "N. C. in the War between
tu motion a committee ofone
: from each Company was appointed
to coiilei w it ii ('apt. Sloan for tin
collection of matters of interest ami
report the same through J. W. Slo
ciimb ut iulilsbui o. hai rm a 11.
.1. W. Sloeiiiub. Companv A. 1
('ol. J. A. (iiliner. Company P.
Koss. ( 'ompaiiy ( '.
U.S. N iinn. ( 'oinpany 1 . i
P. W. Jov ner. Company K.
Then. White. ( 'oinpany K.
.1. A. (iraham. Company (1.
Rollins, Company II.
K. It. Jones. ( 'ompaiiy J.
j N. Smith. ( 'oinpany K.
1,'txnl ml. That in remembrance
I of the trying scenes through which
tonether We" have passed, we re
gret that Lieut. Col. Webb has been
- compelled to make his residence in
a distant State, ami hope lie mav
at an early 'lav return to live among
On motion the tollow ing were
elected permanent otliecls of the
J. A. C.iliu.-r. C..1.
J.C. Webb. Lt. Col.
C. P. I If n in-. Maj.
J. K. Pittinan. A"ljt.
Joshua White (,. M.
Win. Morrill. ( 'mil.
( '. W Wet brook. ( hap.
C. .1. Mattox. Sinn.
S. I. Phillips, Cap'. Company A.
J. A. Sloan, ('apt. Company p.
Wooteti Piizell. ('apt. Companv
Ci. W. Jones. Capt. Companv 1.
I, '. W. .loviiei. ('apt. ('oinpany K.
W in. N iixoii. ( 'a 1 t . ( 'oinpaiiv 1'.
J. A. (iraham. ( 'apt. ( 'nuipanv ( 1.
II. K. Pin e. i'apt. Companv 11.
K. I.'. Joiu-s. Capt. ( 'mnpaiiv J.
Shade Parties. ( apt. Companv K.
,' mi-i ,. That these proceedings
be published III the (iolilsholo .1-X
sniii c, Kiiistmi 1',,, iVuMiiiil V" 1 1 -son
The meeting then adjoium-d.
J. W. Si. in I IH.
. I ,ii,i:ii:tii.
Tee Right of the People to Rule.
I einoci'::l ic li lii mat lolls liaMli
been made in this county ami be
hexing it can now be done, without
mv motives beinn misunderstood.
1 wish to make some statements
relative to my own coin se as well
Wfll as to the motives of the ll. in
ocrats ofthe last Legislature con
cerning prohibit ion.
Py way of preface, I would state
that the evils of i;itcuipci':Uicc or ,
the abuses of anient spirits are 1
sufficiently alarming to elicit t'u- 1
earnest concern of every good citi !
zen, but while, this is so. 1 never (
thought prohibition the remedy, or i
that prohibition would really pro- ;
liibit. In my opinion the great I
ami good God created nil things to
be properly used. Through any
preference ot my own. I never
voted for either loeal or general !
prohibition. Having previously j
voted to submit the question of !
prohibition or no prohibition" to ,
the people. I ehosi-" not to e x
fist- thf little influence I might have
hail and neither voted imr said anv .
thing the one way nor the other,
while tin- question was being de
cided by the people last year. In
flic Legislature, I voted for local
prohibition whenever 1 was satis
lied from the best e lileliee 1 could
get, that those concerned wanted
prohibition. I regret that the ma
jotity abt.ut Saratoga, was not rep
resented. It was owing to two
causes. Kirst. The opponents did
not semi in their protest until alter
the bill had passed the House near
the end of the session. Had the
protest which clearly showed the
majority was against prohibit ion
been sent in in time, Saratoga
Would not hav e been im linled ill tin
local prohibition bill at all. Sec
ondly. After thh protest, a verv
stronn one. NNas received a ml I had
the bill so correel ed as to uncover
Saratoga, which 1 can prove, ami
which will appear by referring to
the engrossed bill that passed the
House, it was not so published m
the hnvs. 1 desired ami strove, in
all these in, liters, to represent I he
majority, ami would not have im
posed prohibition on anv seel ion
nor refused prohibition to anv sec
tiou that I was certain wanle.l it.
My idea is that a representative
should represent, ami secure for I he
people if possible NN hat they wall!,
I voted for the general prohibi
tiou bill, not through any prefer
eiicc for thai particular bill, but
just as I .should have done under
the circumstances, hatT it been ex
pressed in almost anv other words,
so long as it had emitaincd the
l.hrasetobesnbmittcil to tin-i.eonle.
1 thcrelore voted yea on that bill,
in common with most Democrats
ami I presume a good many Rf
puplii-ans, simply t'i gel the all
absorbing tpiest ion of prohibii ion,
before t he oiilv urmier tribunal to
decide it viz'- the oetiole Ti ,
has show 11 the w isdom of that vote.
Kol'thcrchv the iplestioll has been
etl'cctually settled and is no longer
a disturber of parties nor people, in
this Slate. I fear not to assert
that 110 prohibitum bill, without t he
clause to be . submit ted to the pen
pie could have been trained, that
would have passed both houses of
the last Lcgislallllc It will be re
membered that that Legislature
Nvas largely Dei -ratie ami 1 In
tact that it ditl not pass a prohibi
tory law is posit ivc proof thaf the
Democrats were either not pro
hibit ionists or not disposed lotbn
1 1. 11... 1
1 11 . M 1 1 1 11 1 . ill .ill Iiif hi. nr. II. Ill
thi-N been prohibitionists or 1111
mindful of the will of the peoplf.
they could havu passed a law mi
Anti prohibitionists can nt tail to
see that flu- Democrats of the la-t
Legislature did not forget them,
amid tin- storm of pr ihibit ion
excitement and constant pom of
prohibition petitions, but so ar
ranged all t hey did n that subject
as togiveeach olu- however humble
the same chaiicc to vote against it
that any mi" else hail to vote for it.
Prohibit iotiists eallllol fail to see
that the Democrats ilid not ignore
them imr turn a deafen to their
petitions, but flamed a bill and
sent it 'o the people as ino-t of the
This is nn hat I call standing tail Iv
ami stpiarelv' up to a ipic-tioii. not
withstanding all t In-pi i-ssiire nn as
oil olic side, giv ing both sides due
consideration ami cveiv man con
cei'iied a lair ami etpial chance.
This the Democrats of the la-t
Legislature did. thus show ing con
liilelice ill the people by allowing
them to decide lor themselves a
very important matter.
What more does anv ma 1 want?
what better could possible have
I lie Leglsl.lt lil t- bv no direct act i
of its own. either tor or against,
could have settled the prohibition
illlestioh. Vet it chose, the Deluo
flats being ill iM.wer. tobriug about ! Siewait Kllism. another Radical
means to have it ..ettled ami that ; W.-ke negro, w a- there,
as speedih ami as pel ijiaiieiitl.v as John II. Collins, the Radical im
possible. 1 .-to Solicitor for the Raleigh JuU
Prohibition has never been a po I Hal District, was there also; ami so
litical ipiestion in this State, and; was John Kavcs, of Rutherford,
like Judge .Mcirimmi each indiv id j Am.thei bright and shilling light
ual should shoulder the n-spotisi ' there, was Dr. Richard M. Nor-
1 inn u course on that j
The oul liieliilx-r ot the last;
Legislature that 1 heard openly
advocating the passage of an aut
J ami out piohihition law, not to Ik
i submitted to the people, was Mr.
Row man. Representative from
; Mitfhfll county, a leading Republi
ean. He was chairman of thecom
j mittee, that represented and 10
! 1-online ml 1 hf passage of the bill
I that was submit ted to thf peoplf.
Ill eoiielusion 1 siiuly ask those
v ho may represent me in the fu
ture to give me the same chance 1
gave them and all others. In all
cases when extraordinary changes
in our laws or customs tire proposed
U't me chose and vote for myself,
and my word lot it, I shall never
complain of individuals or parties.
I laving show 11 t hat ni motives
as well as the motives ofthe party
to which I liclong are such that the
people need only to understand
tlletil to lie l.lelse.l with tliem
, ,. n ,1 1
I call on all mv friends ami urge
all the good law loving citizens of
I he county to unite ami rally to t ho
support of the present nominees
of the Hcmocratic party. Pe as
sured the Democratic party has
only one lival. viz.: The Re
publican party. Call them by
nn hat other names nm please.
A rose would smell as sweet,
or buzzard's down make as ob-
ii-i-1 imi'.i 1 lie iiiivvil.-i' ilnstfi-s In
., , ,,- .
North ( aiohna. 111 Wilson count v
there is no comparison between the
two. Kellovv citizens; be wise in
time, commit not the fatal blumler
of putting into power in North
I Carolina again, a party you have so
lately tried and found wanting in
every respect; totally unfit to serve
011 and unwilling to represent voii.
Kveii if voii have object ion.; to
I t-mot-rats m- Democracy in choos
ing that instead of Republicanism. !
my word for it you will be choosing
the less of the two ev ils. Let us as 1
white people rule wisely to all, but j
above all thinn's nil.'. To do;
this we must bury minor ditTer- j
ences. stand together, work to-I
get her and Vote together. j
R. J. Ta vi.uk. j
A Word as to Radical and Liberal
To a st ranger, t here w ould seem
tu be t hree poll! leal parties ill t II"'
Stati that is to sa v . t he Liberal
party, the Republican or Radical
party, ami the I )cmocrat ic part v ;
''tit we who have lived here in
North Carolina since Pi si rue 1
J began, know that in truth I he j
so called Liberal pal Iv has no subi
slalitial existence outside ofthe!
Radical party; that its platform I
ami the Radical plat I'm 111 arc iden
tical, and that the mi ll who organ- ;
iz.ed ami emit rol it arc the known
leaders of the Radical pal t v , and
that in tact it is but another name
! fb.' t hf Ra I if a I pa.tv. deliberately
chosen ami designed by Radical
leaders, to delude ami deceive the
pen ile. hoping thelcby to revive
Radical rule in North Carolina.
What arc the tacts
On the first Wednesday in June
the -ii called Liberal Convention
met in Raleigh.
The first man there nn ho opened
his mouth, was ex Judge W. A.
Moore t hen and now a member of
Ihe Ratlieal Kxecllt iv e Commit tee.
a man who has been a violent Rad
ical whether mi or oft the bench,
ever since negroes could vote; a
Kirk war Ratlieal. and a special
tax bond Radical. This man Hum
iiiatcd t he President ol the so called
Liberal Convention; next week he
was tin- President of the regular
Radical ( 'olive utimi.
The next man who moved ill the
orgauiz.it imi of flu- so called Lib
eral Convention. wasO'llara, then
ami now a member of the State
Ratlieal Kxrcutm- Committee.
0 llara. the Radical Halifax negro
ami flu- Radical candidate for dm
gioss in tin- black district.
Lcaiv. tin- Radical Cumberland
negro, was one of the Vice-Presidents,
lb- is iionn a member for
the State at l.li-"- of the State Pad
ical Kxeciit iv c ( 'mnmit Ice.
Tavlor. the Radical Kdgeeombe
negro, nn as anot her.
( alsoli. the white McDowell Rail
n-al. nn as am it lu-r.
1 I. J. Young, w ho for twelve long
iveais has been a Revenue Col
lector, ami kii'iw 11 all n er the
State as a bitter Radical, was there
ami took an act iv c part.
.1. .1. Molt, the chairman ofthe
Radical Slate Kxcciitive Commit
tee ami late ( 'ollcctor of the Sixth
Revenue District. Was also there.
Thomas N. Cooper, the new Rev
eiiiie ( ollcctor ami tin- late chair
lliall ol the State Radical Kxcciitive
( 'olnlnittee. w as t here also.
.lames 11. Harris, the Radical
i Wake negro, was there also: the
' iiegio who wishes to canvass the
I State with ( b.v -i nor .lai vis.
lulitN of hi
incut, Lite Ratlieal candidate for
Secretary of State.
Ol course a few sore headed ex
De iiiocrats were there, such as Col.
Win. Johnston, of Charlotte.
Capt. W. M. Cocke, of P.uiicombe.
who ran as as an linU iendant can
didate for Judge and w as In-aten.
(.'apt. Natt Atkinson, of Run
oomlie, who ran as an Independent
candidate tor Congress and was
Thomas P. Deveieux, of Wake,
now the Radical candidate lor
Little Jake llaliburtoit, of Parke,
and .John Stewart, of Rowan, were
So much we saw in Raleigh on
the first Wednesday in June.
Put what did we see there on
the Second Wednesday!
On the second Wednesday in
June we saw these same Radical
leaders: W. A. .Moore, 1. J. Young,
Harris, O'Hora. Mott, Coojier, Nor
incut ami the rest in Raleigh hold
ing a ( '(invention and calling them
selves fashioned lire-tried Radicals.
And no man objected that the
President of the Radical Conven
tion was not a Radical but a Lib
eral. And 110 man objected that its
leading delegates sat in the Lib
oral Convention ofthe week liefore.
Do Radical Conventions make
men, who are not Radicals, their
Do Radical Convention permit
me, who are not Radicals, to lie
On the contrary the (.Jon vent ion
not only recognized Mott, Col. T.
N. Cooper, Kx Judge W. A. Moore
ami J. i:. OTIara as lire tried, old
fashioned Radicals but ret 111 net 1 to
them, in a formal resolution, the
thanks of the Convention for their
earnest, active and untiring efforts
in accomplishing a project which
would secure victory to them in
their next campaign. This resolu
tiou is to be found in the proceed
ings of their meetings as published
in the Ti mis, thf ir Raleigh organ,
of the ' 1st of June, and reads as
Ii'rsolml, That the thanks of this
Convention are hereby tendered to
Dr. J. J. Molt, Col. T. N. Coocr,
W. A. Moore and J. K. O'llara for
their earnest, active and untiring
ctl'orts in aiding in bringing about
a union ami coalition which will
.secure to Knifed Slates victory
in our next campaign, Hand
I'tinik nt' Xorth Carolina I'oliticx.
The Sample Case.
CO.MM KKCIAI. CIIRnNK'I.KS.
1st. In the eighteen hundred ami
eight v second year, seventh month
and litteelith day thereof the lord
of t he house summoned a trusted
emissary ami said unto him:
L'ml. Ilarken unto mv words.
Pack up thy goods and go forth
among the trailers of the laud and
-.iv unto thcin :
old. "Ijo! my master hat It bid me
hasten unto thee that he may ic
plciiish thy failing stores and make
glad the hearts of th.V customers."
Ith. And the cmissaiy did even
as Ins master bid him ami hied him
unto the land of Kentucky itcs, the
land that tluweth with race horses
.".Ih. Ami he labored t.nthfullv
and well and gave spee-h unto
in any that the coffers of his master
might swell as swelleth the poison
nth. Ye. vcriU, he did vibrate his
jaw NNith vigor, aad gave his tongue
7lh. Ami at the twelfth hour of
the thud day he came iimhi I'liion
town, on the river ( hio, and betook
himself unto the house of a traffic
th. Ami while he held converse
with the Ion! ofthe house a maiden
entered, and lo ! she w as fail to look
upon ami modest in manner.
!th. She wast lie trader's (laugh
tor, ami was like unto a flower of
the field, vea, even unto a daisy.
Kith. And when she would depart
he followed alter and said ut to her:
11th. I pray . oii lairv, fail dam
scl. for would I not have .sm-ccIi
with thee f Thou alt comely to m.V
sight and thy charms till my soul
NNith joy ami my cardiac apparatus
w ith sweet it-juicing !
I lit Ii . And lo! the words wen
pleasant unto t he maiden's ears, yea
, as tinkling music were they unto
her auricular appendages.
1 '.lh. A ml she lied not. but did
tarry ami li-ten to the spet-ch of the
einissarv as he spake unto her
I words of alleged love ami jotiied
, into her ears the substance known
; as tatl'v.
j 1 Ith. She was weak in spirit and
j did look with favor umi.'i his suit,
j verily her heaj t went out to him ami
her liver was in a staff of unrest
! ami sore uneasiness.
loth. Then he saluted lo r Willi a
kiss and hastened unto her father
and saitl unto him :
Pith. -Verily, verily, I nay unto
tl.:-c, th.v daughter is a gtxsl one,
even a dandy, and she hath surely
mashed thy sonant.
17th. "(jive her unto me to wile
I pi ay thee, that I may care for her
and purchase her hair switches and
loxe and cherish her all the davs of
KSth. "Six new Umiiets shalt she
have each twelve month, vea, ami a
score of gloves with ten buttons
thereon and I will clothe her 111 pur
pie and tine linen."
P.ith. Then the merchant sp.u
upon a keg wherein were iron nails
at ."i 1 "J fopx-r pieces per pound
and answered and said unto him :
L'Oth. "(iet tl n"1"'- I liea Mpel,
for hat it thou not already a wile ami
children twain in the Crescent Citv,
w hich is Kvausv ille ?
-'1st. "Do.st take me for a snooci
that thou eiitlcav orest to M.nmuii
ic the child of my heart and grub
pile? Pegoue 1 s.i , lest 1 minder
and put thee to death."
l'ntl. Then the dealer 111 most
anv thing you call for tell upon the
emissary and heat him sore, avc he
did smite him hip ami thigh with
Ids lxmt and kick I11111 until Ins spine
gazed forth from the covering of his
UJrd. And the einissarv lied into
the rain ami hied him homewards,
weak in spirit ami tilled with an
giiish of soul ami acute pains.
1'lth. Nor sat he dowit ev en upon
the soft cushion of the chariot, but'
stood in deep reflection ami abject
misery until he reached his native
L'oth. Then he went straightway
unto his lord and master ami s.n.l
L'lith. "Loland Itchuld the tram
upon which 1 journeyed hence was
thrown from the track ami I was
wounded almost unto death.
L'Tth. "(Irant inea icprieve I plav
thee that 1 may utile to mv conch
ami call in the physu iau to make
me W hole, lor HIV bodv is lacked
with pain and the rear guard o! iu
alxlomt'II leeleth like it hail been
smitten wit It a pile ill ivcr.
L'Sth. Then the lord's heart was
tilled with pity ami he permitted the
emissary to depart unto his home.
-".Ith. Alld on the 1111. II. .u he
searched the papers for a report ol
the accident, but found if not, and
he w ondered greatly I lu-real.
.'Mth. The scenes at I 'uioiitow 11
w hich once knew I he t-missan will
know him no more forever.
olst. It is not so written in the
.T-'ml. Not much.
..hd. Nixy, Rocks.
Sobert Bordette's Counsel to His Son.
My son, when Voiiliear a man
growling ami scoiiiiug iH-causc
Moody gets i0(i a week tor
preaching Christianity vmi will
perceive that he never worries a
minute Itccuusc Ingi-rsol gels
f'JOO a night tor preaching atheism.
You will observe thai the man nv ho
is lilterably shocked becati.-e Kran
l is Murphy is paid . I."i a week Im
temperance work seems to think it
is all right when the haikccpci
takes in twice so much money 111 .1
single day. The l.tbon i is hoiiIin
of Ills hll e, III boN , and he Is llsl
as worthy of it in the pulpit as hi
ts upon the stump. Is the man
who Is holiest In living ! save
your immortal soul worth less than
the man whoisonh li ving hl.sicNcI
best to go lo Congress.' I-wi'i Moo.l v
doing as good NNoik in IngeisoK
Isn't John P. (biiigh as mm h Hu
ll mini ot humaiiit.v and -" a l v as
the baltclldelf Do Vuil want to
get all the good ill the Wuild lot
l.ot hlllg so I ll.lt VOII 1II.IN be abletu
pa.v a high Jince lor the had.' Re
member, InV bov,the ginl tilings
III the world ale al'. a.N s Ihe the p
e-t. Spring water rilt less than
to; It whiskev; a box ol cig ti's will
buy two or three P.lblcs; .1 galluii
of old bialnly costs more than a
b at iclof lloiu; a -lull hand" at pol.cr
iittcit costs a man in tweutv minutci
mole than his chinch siili-crip
timis amounts to in tim e nc.u-; a
State elect ion cost- luoic than a
revival of icligion; v '.m p
111 church everv Siimla.N nmiiung
fm nothing, it vou'tc mean enough
to deatl beat v 0111 lutlgaig- in that
was . but a nap in a Pullman cat
costs Von two doll, us iVtiN tunc;
ti ft cents for the cin us ami a pen
liV for tlie little ones to pill in I he
missionary 1mi; one dollai lor the
theatre and. a pair of timisei
fraved at the ends, bagg.v a- ti I In
knees and uttcllv blii-ti d as to the
dome, I'm the Michigan sutlen i-;
the dancing ladv who tries to we.n
the skill of her "be .s under In I
arms ami the w.n-t atonml Ini
knees ami kicks her slippers 1 l.-.n
over the oiohcstl.i chills everv
night gets fl'-lMI ii week, and tin
citv missioiiarv ." a veai; the
hoi si- race sciH.ps in ''.(HI the first
dav and the church fair l.i-ts .1
week, woiks twenty fi ve m t lurty ol
the l st women in America neailv
to death, and comes mil ?10 in
debt why, my Ih.v, if "ii ever
tin. I voiirscl! sneering or scoifmg
if once in a while vmi heal "I
pro:u her gettiui: a liv ing. or even a
luxurious salary, or a ti-inf-' ;'"
...L..r liotkillLf moiiev. V" '"" "'
the .lark and feel asha"..-' V""
If, ami if von don ' " "
. - - ,HU. Kick VI
a I miV e
1 - , r .. ....... ri IWltll, V I' rv ......
and chUve.ti-'"'-' v,,v
get is lln' ,"tu 1,s ,'"'''' ,lk' ," '
V , ," donor is not Im-ho titt.-l l.y
tl.efr and the receiver is m-l.
a"; certainiy should not, Im- grate