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lii.ci.il i- -implx a -helved
demo. I i! ill -.11 lied w ll Ii I'"- I'""'
t I'. II.
: , county i nil. n il in. in ha-
hi ,.. -himmi in l li.ii.l.i dining a
l. u t i i- fuming.
lloli.nl want- t ' . I, 1 1 i W 'Mil 1 1 nil
I- I In- I Ight -id-- In milk .1 cow !'
I h. inhbl - I I . 1 1 v. ay -.
I ii ( H 1 1 . nlii- I 'otigi c- in. in xx ;is
i 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 by Ihiee in. i jui i ; x . : 1 1 1 1 1 ,in
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Mi. .1. W. rini!. .i promising
. HI II I.I W X CI III I ,11 III I HI I nil .1 III) III y
i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill tin- ,'...( ...mi i- ilc.nl.
The State Fall la-l week was I lube-!
Ill c.il -. iov. olqUltt. n(i.l.,
x in. u a- hi .it I 1 1 1 1 i I I ii ci.iiic lu I line.
( lux . l'o- el. ill Mil". I eiill.e,ili
sax-il vva-liol I he tempi-l a lice i ..-lie
t Ii it ill Ii -lied I lie I .-publican- ill I li.it
The I lilil.'ll
t aura --i.in" w it h
N..--I i II i i - . ci I it ol . h i- u.1 made
- .i ;' i ,i ii i e at hntoii. c
ih It well.
Tli-cnii ciup ol Kciiluckv lh.s
e ii i I in-1 ii -e-i evei made in thai
Stale. flic .1: -I 1 1 lei - ale t he pi I in I
i il I.iim i- and lln-V lix the price.
In i e-pecl at lca-1, I am like
t he I. lie -lohli N'. l'oi ii.-v : he had
I u o p i per . 'l 1 1 l nl ." and I hav c
ho. pirlio. Ixcli weiklv. . .
Mi. I i 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 f'..k..n. the dciii"
i r il ic nominee lor la or of New
ol"', . I- a 11 ll IV e
"iir ... I In- I. adiu
I i-rmont. a'nl
mcn li nils of N.
ol k ' 1 1 V .
In (In.. i- i '. ihino. r.il . w a
cli'i'i i'. lol onule- - l .1 !ll:lol it V of
oulv tine.-. flu - -how - tin- impor
t Hu e ol evei V ileliiocr.il Votlll- ami
Ih-li a.iprci. il cm ol I he culm ai v
ai l i- sln-w ii iii I In- I I w ill and Ic
l.iini -at in Mi. I'..-. in.-:., ol Mis-i-?.l,.pi,
wli- leaves ii.Xl to his cook
..ml "'l! lo In- lie.
1 1 i . ii .w ,i u.n.il.i. c.l t hat I he co.-t
ol con v el I in- heathen, has li.-eli Ic
dined loalioiit 'Jo l.er head. I'd
h.ip- it is an adulterated rcli-ioii
w I. n h I- l.einu -erv i d mil .
I .. ii. A. M. Sc des ol Noi lh Caro-
. ,. will ddivcl lhe annual addressl
b I ne Virginia's Confederate Vc j
ti l ins this year, his -object being i
flic I'.itlle of I'.cdel icksblllg." !
. A .Li. kins has written a sec j
..ml letlcr ill which he says that I
w Inlc he is a L'cpiiblican he w ill vote ;
the democratic ticket rather than j
-lipoil I he co. lilt ion and thel.'cVe-i
line i ing.
S Hue of I he lb-public in journals
an- beginning lo d. -cover thai the
n" . i t n ex in clccl ion- is debauch i
. ig political moral-. Hut -nil I he i
.1 ,-! h. rv by I he machine go es on
ill the -am.-.
A St. Louis eililor w as la-t we.-K
obliged I" -top I 1-ht III the middle
ol a long a 1 1 n-le and kill a man. We
know i: is awlul il.s.igrcealile. but
t tun i! i el - a duty which
one owe- t -octet X . '
float ing il em : A man in Moore
. "iml . N. C, wii..-etir-t wile was
hi-l. it her's second w lie's Mstcr, has
. ip,.cd the climax, ami lui t her mix
uclloglcal I .
lV W I 'l
in -oa's w ile's si-ter.
Xiuiiic.iiis an- becoming Irog
, iici-. In the course of the season
N.-w oik receive- from 1,000 to
1 i i pounds pci .l.i and this docs
ii..l -u.iplv the .lem.llld, which is
c oii-i tiitly liiriea-iug.
I'll, i- l.u t.-n Slates have ote.L
ii, ili..-e 1 1 1 i 1 1 . Oregon and
i;h-..le l-l iml gax e Ucpiiblicau ma'
..ii!'.-. while Alabama. A kansas
I '.c.n g. i. k. hi in I , W c-t ' 1 1 " i ii i.i
ami i ili o w ciil I icinoci at ic.
Two I'h I ide phi. i t ,i v -I'll keepers
in- .1 1 -pi !' ii : i to which en joy - I lu
ll "ho 1 ol . ' 11 1 1 1 g I he -lie Upon W Inch
o I luln.itb I ... I I he hoi.-c in u ha h
in. I', nn i ok In- In -I drink upon
I Hiding. Wc.l.lu'l km.w he drank.
t i- I ol.. i .-ci lain now that in
lllllotlie Hem ul o- elecleil I. .Ill I
tcell .Hid the l.'cpil -an- .. xc. He j
-"e-elil .IIX.- lo loll g.e--. The j
.1. I . liul. x. I : . -1 ' 1 1 1 beau. I
ii in - i i g
hi majority, xv ill
A x ..ung n
. . I X e . I I -e . I I.
- A el . d t he
n l ii W i
lid now I he young
i-no balm in ad
hi. .11 1 hink- I ll.-l . I
' I i -elllelll -. XV lllle
' . 1 1 1 1 k ll "- l CI fx h.ll
:u U lit I in I. K .
the old lolk-
to haxc two
, I,.- in -I tcka e- impoi ted i ul o
- , oiintrx came li. in Spain, and
i , ., - 1 1 1 1 oni I he S iiiiish .ox el li
,,i ., Co- .r::.- W a-hiugtoii.
i all tin- ii.-k.i - -c -1 'i.ii i.ovv ligun
,, th,- public an- not dc
i . ,nl, .1 Horn tho-e.
A . h.m.lehci 'noldiiig t wi-lxe ml
mp-. 1,11 in the Hoxhoro p.aptist
lunch during service Wednesday
i:lii. Several ladic. and an old
.. mlemaii were h.idlx injured bx
tailing' chandelier, Nuiuhersol
i vxcie burned by the oil. bill
' To - hour m i deal lis are l epor-
ul II i - lean d ihal four ol
-.lit. all young ladle-, will
bom the ctb et oi the tlaines.
U lint is ;i I. ili. Til ? A 1 1 1 I I
one who. beholding 111-. Il;lt ll.'al lace
III the 1 ). in, ill at ic glass, god h his
w av . alter all i. tin e, i lit ii I lie IN-puli-ln-in.
cai;p, and -t I aight XX ay for
geieth hat In. Ml lief ill' man lie XX a-.
I I.l. ton "( 'nuenssiah."
.io-h Millings has no-led ;l sigh
oxer liis spring in tin- liitc Muim
lain- tu w Inch In- has emit i i!nitcil
a f ill i. -'I'ak a tli ink, mi ti cml. Imt
ii. n't tak I he clip," ami tor tear pen
pic woiilil iml lie al.lc to icail his
writing, he I ieil up t he cup w il Ii a
Hciinis KeariicN, the "aml lot"
mat or of Sa n I'lancisco, w ho l.cca me
so notorious several ears iin as a
polit ieal orator, has l.cen .sih-nccil li
;'! I i ll H" einplo luclit at the Cii-lom
House iii I hat cil , or. in I he wor.ls ol
.lor Turner, lias Im cii .-.truck a
I .one ol I H e. III.
Three newspapers in Slrackille
M is., emph '
women com po-it ois
ditor ol the AnvAM'i; is
to lollow the example ol
pus -hoiild send in their applica
tMlns at -e.
v. ,int tii-iili-crilicif ( liorrowcd J
"Silli - cl ilicl - ol I he A DVAMK who
tin, I cross lioiies and skull vvilli cre.-t
ofmctalhc lnirial cakc! drawn in
,,,ii on I he W la pper of t heir paper
vvill know lli.il I heir ul. .cripl ion has
expired a" id t hat soinethin-' ha-, yul
If. lie done.
I'ol. Ca-h, (irecliliack c imllil ile
for 'oii-re-s in South Carolin i is
deiiounciugon Ihc stump tin- auli
dueling and a nt i concealed weapon
I i . , of thai Slate, lie cultivates
the m-nro I liu
saadc in the
: "The negro i - our
uminer and our tin-
in I lie w inlci' our meal and bread."
A Si ,i 1 csv i lie correspondent ol I h.
( 1 ivcii-b .1 o Patriot mix s a .scheme
i . on fool to dele it 1 b.bbi ns i n t ha t
di-trn l. ll is lo announce on the
l-i "I election al all the xolingpn-
ciin-l . that Mr. Cook has withdrawn
ami thus secure lm Mr. York the
voles ollhe Republicans who would
hav c v o c.l lm 'ook.
Ii is -omcwnat staggering to the
hopefulness of moralists to hear a
some church goers di'l l.i-t Sumlax
in .New hi u 1 11 ii in i uai grcai en v .
full of churches and schools, then
are seven thousand inin .-hops, li.i
thous.iinl dissolute Women, three
thousand nrofc ssioual criminals and
, ...ofcssioicl ..am
blers. Such ligures convey the im
pression I hat New York is one great
sink of im pill x .
Impol lanl if true. The Chai lottc
.. mil sax s : I b-iiei al Clingiuaii is
a xcry candid in in. as appears by
a rcinark he madetoa gent Icinan mi
the train last Sunday. The gentle
man. who is a dist iiigiiished dem i
era', was talking to ( luigiii in and
Leach, and expressed -lllpli-e al
their coui'-e, whereupon Co-ncil
( lingman said:
.,,., :, agreed
"W II, when
to help t ho-e
fellows, the break ill Ohio and New
oi l. Ii i.l ii. il I iLeli nlace !"
I he lpi-copal church xv ill hold Us
eight h congress in Hich.moml.be
ginning Tuesday, the I'llh in-l.
Among the topic- announced tor
di-cilss'ii .are "The Hclalion ol the
chiirc'i lo Ihc Colored Hace."' "The
Inspiraiioii of the Script u res,"' and
Christaiuity and the Criminal.''
The last e "tigiess was held in Pro
x nl. inc. H.I.
Al a meeting' of the oflicer- and
members of the State Agi icill in al
Society held in L'aleigh la-t week.
Dr.S.S. Sa I ch w ell was inxitedto
address the Society on Tuesday
evening. of the fair of lss ; on the
subject of "Immigration." and Capt
S. I!. Alexander w as invited to pr
jiarean essay on the "I're-erx ation
of the Forests."
Senator I'.axar.l expresses the
opinion that the poli! ieal conscience
of the country is being aroil.-ed. lie
feels X el X well satl-licil with the
present prospects of the Dcinocra
t ic party , and t hinks they iiave sd
.1. .Ill been l e favorable. In N'eXX
Vork he leg. ml- Iheiu as partlciil n
'x fax oi ahle.
The "New South" says that pub
li-hcis are now piolecre.l irmn ine
,,. , ... ,-. , ...... w.i b-,-i i b.-i s
u ,,, tH.i,- -ubscl ip
. .,, . , s Al.exvpo-lal
, .,,.1 1,1..., ... ...
i l.u- li and I hi- cla-s of rascal.-. A
i iiioxcinclit will be made at the next
.' inedingof the Noil h Carolina Pre
s-.ici. it ion looking to the uniting
ot editor- tll.ollghollt (he Stale to
en l.u ce t his la vv .
A great many hard thing- arc
said about Chicago and it- peculiar
cix ili.ation, but the following ex
! t ra. u .1 man aunouucciuciit, contain
i d in a dispatch lasl Sunday, from
ithat city, siirpas-es auxlhing xx c
j haxc seen in regard to police rcgu
I kit ions, and contains a- pitilul a
; stoi'X as could be crowded into I he
j same -pace : "Li.ie. the pretty
i and attiactixc daughter of Captain
! Jackson, commander ol a Lak"
; steamboat, xx. is arrested la.-f night,
! and confined in t he station for iin t
ingon the -tree!. The girl w as not
at all bad : only indiscreet and but
IS years of age. Left alone ml the
i ,,, I . .. ...1 1. ......... I
' heiseif XX it h her handkerchief In. in
L .OlVl 111,11 U1I. .U l.'ll, .....i-
' uu. cell bar;
m:ai;-i;v m:vs notks
TIm- Hiilis Wi-allli ol
-s ;:ii-ic ,y Out- C
Miirs :nil eallj iietl
'inn m- iiiiii-ii.ii ei'li-
I lie r;IM- i.f I r. (Ici). .1 . I Inl .1 n -( ,n ,
iit ISmit hliehl i niil i w as ci.nt ililleil I
1" in- term. .Iinlyc 1 ; ilnn-r 1i
eil liail at i. (m. u hich u a i en.
'Ihc speaking in Na-h eri.ntv is
lii'iicsiii- ii.c. I : ii it ii ami I'.attle
ami iit hers arc n.iiiiim hut lmt :
ilit't the lciiililican caliip Irulii
esei siile ami w il h tcllui'4 ciTcct. 1
Mr. W. I), llyman a er. pr.unis-j
iii voiiii- man ..I ColiM...!.., w as '
Hinted iii marriage on the jsth in
staid to Miss Annie Steele of Tay
elli-ville. The Akvanii: extend
ronm al nlat ions.
The editor ol I he Till l.iil o '-Si HI I ll
eriier" ha- lieeii ha in-chilis. i
coiiimciid to him ihc remedy used
rhatham colored people who tie
pi.ee olicd pepp.i on t hcii t huiiilis
an. I l.i- Iocs as a leincdv lor chill-. .
The o.l.Ul.oio Mi-M-ii-r" sa.vs ,
I hc Aoiin- man I Inward, w ho was
so sciioiisl v l.urm-il livihe eplo-
sion ol Kerosene oil used in starting
tile, leMlltilin ;'!-' ill Ihedestllie-
t ion of M r. I aimh liduerloii's house
dicil last week from his injuries.
W'e are ilideliteil to the Wharee
'lull, of Till horn, lor an invitation
to attend the annual hall diilili
fail week there, Nov. -J. The olli
ccis ol ihc chili are: Julian .M
I'.akcr. resident : .1. V. I'aris, Sec-
Ian; .1. l. Statou, Treasiui'i' ; .las
Norllcet, l.onis I.'. .lordan. (b-orgej
Maooii. i'. I'. Nol llee . ( ). lav ills
l;.ill!e. executive com in it I ce.
A W'nMVN Ix I l.l.Ki). Thursday
allci tioou, as the train w ax Icav ing
Willi. imstoii for the river, a colored
woman was walking on the t lack. -
Tin-cngi iiecr ! .!e w his whistle and
reversed his lexer. The woman
st,.pp,.il out on theend of oneofthe
, ro in -. Iml not far enough to
pn-vciii the tender from striking
,-. She was knocked down t he
embankment and died ill less than
an noiir. She was an old woinanj
between To ami NO years old.
Sin. r. Tuesday, Mr. .1. .1. Dun
lord w as ih-put ic.l as eo us le to
arie-t Louis 4 iuillord. colored, for
tin- larceny ol one jar ol hrandx
peach.-.-. Ciidlord was at work in j
the coitoii held ol .Mr. Slep.ieli
Crisp when Diiuford went to arrest
I . i iii. Me was told whal t In-w al rant
xas for and to consider himself un
der arrest. He said alright," and
went along with the otliccr for thir-
t yards when he turned ami said j
to a colored man ii; d Arnold '
t ike my sack." Heforehe leach -.
cd Arnold he'pnt his hand behind
him and drew a raor xx hich at I he j
time was thought to be a pisl ol. '
Mr. Dlllilord, Ilicer. and .lames !
Co. Lett, w horn he had called on to
assi-t him in the arrest, im. bate- ;
h .-cied him. lie ea-ily t hrew Lot h I
of them oil' and ran ; they ran after
him telling him if he did not stop
they would si t him. Whenever
they would gel close to him he would
tin t, and strike out xvith his razor.
Alter being warned several times to
-top and he did not, Dunfor.l fired.
The ball stun k (iuillord oxer the
-s h im in a lillle to tin- l ight of the
medium line, or in the small of the
hack, the ball went upward and in
w ::l'd lo I he right.
Next lo I he sacrum lies the sec
I urn a n 1 the abdominal x i -.-ei a. I n
Ic the b ill has pein t rated one of
these Ihc xvoinidvxill probably Hot
Im- fatal. TI i .-lol has a calibre of
Dr. L. L. Statoii cxainined the ;
wound an , probed it. He thought
it not adx is.ibh- to cut the ball out
for leal ol fat al consequences. Tar !
Inn .. --Soui hei in-r."
VlSI IIMJ ..mill I' X KMS. The
many fair- that arc being held it.
x a i ion--eel ion - of t he country :.re
doing- nun h towanls adxanciug a
fa!' more enlightened agl iclllt ue.
We h. ix e already pointed out some
of I he advantages to be gained by
a caielul sludx ol' t he exhibits, and
t,e ,,,, port .inc.-ol t akng anactix.
part in lhc-e fair-. Alio, her sug
gcstioii to the -ami- end is here of
It-red. w Inch, if acted mi. m
.-uplcineiit the wol of the taii.-alid
do tillich good to all progressix e tar
; mei's. It i- a duly of every farmer
to x I -it yearly -nine of the bc-t
farms in the county, ami there
gailn-r plait ieal h- -mis in improx
i-d agi u'lilt uic There is noindlio.l
of learning about any farm .-object
equal lo being nil the farm where it
is practised and having it explain
i d bv the one xx ho ha- made it a
-iicccs-. It may be I he way of
fee bug -tock. or a plan of plcsci x
iug loots, ensilage, or other fodder.
A farmer may contemplate a x -
; tcin of umlcr.lrains for his wet fields
iii this ca-e it xv ould U-U'-t fo make
;1 visit to some f..r:ner w ho has thu
drained his farm, and gain from i
him many xaluable hints and .-ug. ;
oe-tioii- in tin- important woik.
Such x isit s not only give n.-w idea.-. 1
but area w holcsoni r.-eicatiou.aud
....... ., t ,,,.. who at the first
. . ..I.., I i 1 1 1 il'. f
inougio ni.i.x .........
't '" dl I. ml by cx.cl ieme I hat h-
has spoken too s ...ii. Take a day
' LET At L THE TNDS THOU AIM'ST AT. BE THY COUNTRY'S. THY GOD'S. AND TRUTH S.
WI LSOX. X. FISIHAV OCTOItHIt J7 1SS'.
t. :. :in.. visit some one ..I (lie Lot .
farms in the enmity, ami this will1
, ....... -. r...t i I
.......... ...i, i.nin.i
a w iih-r know ledge of t he best me
j t In.ils of farming.
.Mr. I'ai ish I'm man. an intelligent
MMiiiii (.en rian. wliu auamli.iicil
l.litics in i.riler I.
ai;c in auri
cultural .iirsiuts a lew years a no.
j IVessoine lacts, jjatlld'eil lloln c
' perieuce, which are worthy ( I con
.siileration. Mr. I'unnau shows thai
li e . a.' s iin he took li."i acres ol
thin "sciiili"' laml. inoiliicinn less
ti; , ,.,,,, t(,
..1.(.s ,ljs ,.lM(1 ,)(. h;ls i.0j,ilt
in i.i.uln, l... I. . I .. i.-iir to tin.
acre. It is l.ctl; i that lie has done
thi.'. with home made manure, cost
ing less than ?l a thousand pounds,
and that vields every vear doiil. li
the cotton the in a ii 1 1 co-t. and in
t he lift h car !." surplus coitoii
on !l lli w ort h of nianiire. That he
.started w ith less than L' worth o
manure to the acre, and achieved
'"is iiiglie.-f result w ith H to the
:i ri' lnts his system w ithin the
reach of the poorest fanner, lie
did all this with two mules, andc-
tinialcs his laud to lie w ort It now
10n per ai re, w hile tiveveais a-o
it would not have lirouht n r
acre. Intensive tat :, in-', as Mr.
I 'lirnian has put it into simple pi actio-,
means rich acres, luuad niea
dows. herds and Hocks, happy eon,.-
trx '""" :,n1 l,,"sl,,'"s "'"els.
Some Homely Truths.
'I'.ill Arp"' is a level headed dtj
en. and contributes some very
sound philosophy to the press, now
and then, in regard to en.rint
event-. The last emanation fr.uu
Hill's pen we find in the Atlanta
( 'oust it lit ion." I; I uu-hc; a very
serious ipicstioii xvhieh xvill erelong
have to be settled, and xvhieh in
volves consequences of the gravest
importance to the American pen
pie. lie. says: -It become- everv
man to take some inlere-l in poll
lies. It don't matter how bir-v lit
is, or hoxv poor he is, or how rich In-
is, he should keep one eve open to
the affairs of government and gixe
some thought to what is going on.
1 don't mean that he .should go ca
v ol t ing around blow ing a horn like
the world was coining to an end.
but he shouldn't shut his ex e - and
g it blind uj the idea that the
government would take care ot
self. (ioVct'lHllCllts have been de
stroyed by ambitious and design
ing men, ami tyrants have rise up
and oppressed the people, and Un
people would rise and rebel when
it was too late, for their chains
were forged. For the sake ol our
children and their cl.il. Inn .-
ought to see to it t hat good are put
in office. 1 xx as thinking specially
;, bou t governments and the great
political quest ions t hat agitate t he
country, and w ill have to be settled
by the people sooner or later, there
are t hlee things that disturb my
,-ogitat ions, xvhen 1 ruminate over
the future and see my posterity
grow ing up ar d nn- so careless
ol all fear. f he great question ol
a conflict between the State and
the Federal ( loveriimciit, that Mr.
'Stephens says is now pending, i-
taking shape for battle. The Stales
have been gradually xxcakening
and giving away to Federal power,
and we lead that the President has
determined to have our elect ions
this fall superintended by (he I .
S. marshals again, a humiliation
that would have been resisted w ith
indignation and bloodshed before
the xxar. A Tinted States deputy
marshal can murder a man noxv in
(b-orgia. and go aliout and boa-t of
it, and be kept in oflice ami pro
lected by his Federal masters. I
uny lit ion fliis to show h ixv we
an- sliding along into the giant'
poxxer. hoxv uiicouceriied we ai
alto.it it. We sen.! our n-picseiila
tix.-s to W'ashingt ami it would
seem that thev had enough inter
est in the States they go limn to
stand np and say thus far -h ilt
thou go and no laither; but some
how else it ain't done, ami they
don't say it, for the republican
members and oflice holders can't
perpetuate t heniselvcs in ottii-e ex
,-l'l,: by force and corruption and
bribery, am xxhat .lay llubbills
money can't do ihc power of the
g..x ci nuiciit mu-1 do. and I don't
see much chance for us in the near
future 1 don't care who till- the
10II.0IMI oiMecs but I do fed coll
ccriicd abmil the way in which
they till "in. and about their impu
deuce and defiant bearing ami the
contcinpl they -how for State laws
and State officials. We Il-ed to
speak ot the "lice and independent
and sovereign States." and thought
the government at Wa-hiiigton xva
their agent, but xxe don't now. The
agent i- now the master, and t In
states are his humble and obedient
servants. How far is this thing 1
Hex. L'obt. Paine. D. D.. -cliioi
-hop ot the Methodi.-t Epl-coj.al
chinch. South, died at his residence
at Ab ideeli. Miss. .last Week.
The P.o.stoi. ti'htln- brings t his item
J -1 ... . CI..... . ..... I. ... ........
, n.i.-. .-i 1 1. t ... u... i ..-... no- i ov ,
j was cuie.l of ihcumatism by St. Ja-
' cobs Oil.
In FnIiSTJ Gill Of the Period.
I '....ol.. -iv it is 1 1 nslmit
companionship w it h men. ami ink
in- w ith tin-in in their fu-ld ports. :
that -ive the la-hioiiable I'.ng'i-h
giri ol the day her love for "in. in ,
nish" wa.vs, and make her J he j
sl.ing.v. liors.v. rapid creature vm-j
often Inn I her. IVrliap-people are
right. Vet what real harm, after
all. if jjirls do wear stand up collar-
aml.carf pin-, ami hunt, tish, shoot,
plav l.illiards and smoke f None,
cei iainlv . if their hearts are all
ri-ht. Ilcsides, look at the models
I hev hav e. The Empress of AnM ria
seems only happy in the saddle, and
no less personages than the l'rin
ces- l.oi.isc and lleatrice smoke ci
garettes. Such actionsare, ofconr.-e
likely to shock the sensibilities, not
alone of our grandmothers, Imt of a
certain type of young l.uly whose
conversational powers are limited
lo understand replies of -yes" and
no," and whose proper luiii-in.';'
up is exhibited in a painfully stn
dioiis avoidance of either showing
her tei-r in separating her knees
w hile sit t ing dow n. Hut a woman
now a days does not rare to please
In-r ow ii sc' as niiicli as the other,
and it is only cfear which sort of
young lady is most attractive, to
men, and which kind of girls gets
the dames at. balls and the most
atleiitioii everywhere. Men ate
liicttv gooil nidges ot xvoiiien. ami
inhi;y don"t object, and are willing
, onialu. their xvives out of girls who
know more ot horse than they lo ol
botany, and prefer a whiff of tohac
i co smoke to .xlang ylang or Atkin
I son's white rose, it is theirown look
out and no one else's business.
I know a young lady who live ;
down in one of the. southern coun
ties. She is oni'. of the prettiest girls
in Kiigland, has five thousand a
xear in her own light, is just three
and twenty, and the daughter of a
peer whose pedigree goes back to
the eoii.piesl, and xvlio-e cunt fx
hoii-c i-lh" - how place ol the conn
l. '!'o look a I hei' you would think
l-.-r the quietc-t of the quid, and
that she had'nt an idea bexoml
crochet and weak te l. Hut she
liuuts. h as li.-r ow ii stables, keeps
four hunter-, now and then rides a
steeple-chase, buys and sells her
ow n hor.-es w itho.it help from any
one; has h.-r own ,winc merchant,
w ine cellar, and tobacconist; fences
boxes, skates, and rows; has her
boudoir decorated with toils, gloves,
whips, horseshoes, and hunting
trophies, smokes cigarettes during
ihc day ami cigais after dinner : is
a capital judge of dare' and port,
ami cm tell Amontillado Irmn Mar
sala xv i r 1 1 he:- eyes -hut : is a first
rale shot with a shot gun or rook
rillc : draw s her ow n charges, ami
p:i. s h.-r ow n bills : a ml last . 1 hough
not leas!, has a delightful wax of
I''" ing y u see her foot and ankle
"belishe puts one leg oxer the
Iter on sitting doxvn, that would
make a piim old dowager faint, and
gel her sat upon directly by the
sly ones. Vet she has never been
known to llirt. has refused more of.
feisthan tin-quid ones ever dreaiu
cd !' rccciv ing, and once, it is rela
ted, taught the l'liiice of Walesa
lesson by stoppin ( in the middle of
a wait, with him at a state bail at
ll'iickinghain Palace, ami . .-fusing
to goon, because he held her lighter
th in she considered proper. Von
caii'l call a girl like thalfa -t. Put
she knows enough to take . :a re of
herself, and if her companionship
will, the young swdl- of the day
and her initiation of their talk and
xx av s. has taught In-r lo peeler I licit
II leiidship to their Iox c il is not im
likely she is nearer right in In r es
t hunt.-of her fellow beings i haii are
t he dragolics.-es of propiiclX Who
n-gard h.-r vv it h abhorrence, but arc
xx ilbng lo -ell their bashful inaah ns
to l he first li bel t ine or t il led .-cape-grace
xx ho.se establishment and lent
roll make him in their exes a de-ir.
able ..;. .M !',- mis, .,;,o,it
A Wild Woman in the Woods.
For more than a xxet-k the ear of
the .loitni'il reporter has been as
sailed with stories of a hidemi ap
parilioii which hail tcrrm ied al!
i he w omen ami children in t he neigh.
i.i bo,.,', of Arlington P.ai.t i.-l church
in Clear Creek township. The wo
men sax that for two weeks thcx
have been subject to icll'llyillg vis
ils in ihc ab-euce of th.-ir hu-bat.d-from
a little shiny black iiegress
with long hair and gleaming exes.
She xxoiild ask. in hardly di-tin
gui-hable gibbei'l-h. for a baby to
eat. and would make c (lolls f, get
hold of t lie children, 'the lm-li get
ting tired of the fears of their xv ives
determined to try to catch the crea
lure, and for the last week crowds
of iin-u have been daily and mlitl
chasing her without siici-cns-
'fin- tir-r effort to catch her xva
inade about a week ago by a man
bx the name of Hubert-, a black-
-mil 1 1 of tlx- vicinity. The wild
woman h id appeared several times
al a tire, which it vva- the habit of
CaleX Moor, colored, of flic Heigh
borhiMi.l. to light after dark in the
yard of his house for the prepara
tion of hi- meals. L'oIm-i ts w as t mt
. . i .
i nele lo xv aicli lol' Her all.!
pealed even before the tiauies well
xvt-ll kindled. She pre-cnte.l such
W,M i t halt li-Iu ami
asked for food in such a wild t.ish
; i. ., ...i. i ,
, ,,,, was iii-imu aiieii.
e ivchm-iviI. howexcr. ma.lc an
outcry, and attempted to si-ie t he :
w o:aan. but she .slipped throii-h his ;
h.,mlsaiid disappeared in the daik
-hadow s of t he woods.
The very next morning Mr.Sti ve j
'row ell caught sight of and iha.-c.l
her across an open field, lie sa s
he out run a buck and vv ould char
lour coin rows at a leap. That
same night she was again cut iced :
from the gloom oi the woods bv kin
dling ol a lite ami was chased h.v
thiriy men vv ithout success. It vva-
attempted to run her down on an !
otln-r occasion w ith hounds, but '
they refused to chase her, vv hich
. i. . ...!: 1
e,..-..eti l.u- MipeiMiuous i.tii.i ,
with which the men as well as the
womi'ii began to regard her.
..11. .uai.sll .VIICIl, OI till- IlflgllOOI
m.. ii ... i. ii. ... i . i .
ii Allen, of the in
hood, declares that lor met her om-
day w ith her face torn and bl 1
ing and a lonir bloodv knife in her
hand. She was
not more than live
feet high and with her long kinky
hair, black, gleaming eyes, bare
i- ..... i . . . . . i
uc! ami lorn, iiisorucr.-u .ires-. . sue
was ten ible to look Upon.
! There is little doubt that she is
a poor, crazy creature, who has be
i come tet rilied bv these chases and
ees fti ill her kind as a hunted
i told out-
Indeed she has met and
or two people that she
r, i ,i i,i ...i vom.-ii
is . ).X).it(M1M.llt m ,he 'communit x
tl,;1, y,.st,.,,1;iy ,'
j t)1 together too pen
! ph-loemh-axor tocapturelier. One
thing that ha-added to t he excite
melit is the sng-estion that it is the - lo-cs time; that no man gets so
negro .loo I. ' oss, one of the Dick much out of an engine as its own
Hcnucgaii iiiunlcrer.-. who a car i engineer. I'.urliiHjtoii JhivLiin.
oi- more ago was said to have been
aboit' Charlotte dressed in woman's
dollies. will be remembered III. I'
a .stampede among the colored wo
men was created here at Hi it time.
Old man Holier' Simp-oii, the
'h-ar 'reek "Liberal." was in Ihc
cit.x yesterday, and on b.-i ng asked
w hat he t bought about il, expressed
i he opinion that it xx as "one of these
d'gucii ilar-." C lm finite Jour
Withdrawal of Mr. Hubbs.
N'KWiil.l.'V N. C. Oct. 11. 'SJ.
I'o tin Volt i s ti tlir S' t oinl Comfi t s
sionnl lUslriet :
1 lake this method of advising
yon of my withdrawal from the con
test in f his dist i ict. and for t he lol
low ing reasons :
I. ll is obvious thai our d.nio
cratic friend- intern! lo make I In
heated coiite-1 for Congress in llir-di-!iiel
a means of (railing oh" our
Si. lie and Legislative tickets.
ll is equally certain, from in
formation I have received, (hat they
intend, at the plop.-;- time, lo put a
candidate in tin- lield, in time to
profit by our dis-eiision .
I'.clievillg. a- I do. that liar
moiiy and unity in t hi- dist rid an-illili.-pelisable
to I he siici--ss of the
republican pai ty in Noi t !i arolina
an.l .seeing Iainlv il is thepurpose
of my opponent to icmain in Ihc
lid 1. I caiHioi rnijf i-lit to rem I'll and
endanger my parlv, although fully
; a ll red of lilX -llcces.s in Ihccoutc-t
if left between mv opioliciii and
! In vsr'
', W;S, M,r( i.rlvaud am
I ,.!,.,. ,,, district, yet cxeix
J ,.,isj,e,-al ion of pal ly fealty and
j , rj (( jMi .,,,,..,!. ,,, ,,. .,, ,.,(,,.
'; ili,-.-. I do so after mat in .-
del ! b.-i al am, and beg of my friends
j ., r;,ai itable coiisidcr.il ion of my ac
t ion. I shall never forget their nn
lliiidiiiig z.-al and dexotii.n, and
nothing but a higher duty to my
pally, the success- of which I deem
paramount to all personal consider
ation -. could prompt tliisacti.u
my part. I have serxed you in the
past with what ability I posse-sen.
It grieves me now to do that which
may seem, to some, iiiimiiulful o
past prefermeu I: a ml 1 repeal, not h
ing but a lirm belief 1 1, it a cunt inn
id struggle will give the district
and Si ate to I In- enemy could cause
Very He-pect fully .
i;i. .ni. lit mis.
A Just Fate.
FXSI MXN. Ci .. October At
1 o'clock to d.:x Hid. lick Powell. S;
moil Aguinti. Joseph King. Hobi-rt
Doiialdsoii and l'.Ua Noore. negroes,
wen- hanged in tin- iail yard for
complicity in the riot which occii
led at this plae. Aiigu-t litli.
dining a camp meeting, in which
an innocent . young white man nam
cd .lames I It; xv aid w..s set upon
by an infuri.it. -d mob. ai-.d alter be
ing sliot by one of them, w as beaten
abiio-t 1oa jelly by the oilier-. The
won. all rai-ed the til-! howl which
excited the limb to tin- desperate
xxoik. No atteini't xvas made to
rescue them, and m-r more than
n.-gioes, from whom xi.ilei.ee xvas
expected, were in t.e.x.i. A detach
inciit of military tioii. Macon were
ple-elll for 'I. t lit loll.
The St. Louis Clolit lt moi-i iit
say-; Mr. Charles Ib id. N'o. Pill
Second 'aroiulcl av einie. t iii- city
xvas cured b SI. Jacobs Oil after
sixteen ears sniJ.-i in-.- with lheii
A Draped Locomotive.
"I'o inc." the sad pas-cnucl .said,
there is sonn-t hin- iiu-xirc-.-iliv
mournful in a di im-.I locomotive:
and i -peciallv -o vv lu ll ll i- draped
for a dead t tiuim-cr. The pre-idciit
of a railvv av coinpinv stands a long
way from the engine, and when he
dn-s tj,,-engine mourns as we-or
low lor a rich uncle v horn we nev ci
saw andwholelt us nothing. Hut
the man who was a part of the en
gine's hie. vv ho spurred her up the
Ion-, -tccp chmbling inmintaui
grades, ami coaxed her around di
curve.-, and sent her down the
long, lav el stretches with theti-ht
of an arrow, w ho knew how to hu
nior all he. cap. ic-s. and coaxed ami i
...t i ... I ...... ........ I 1 1.. ...... I. 1.1 ... I
, - . ..o... . .
ing storms and i av lc-- night s. and
bli!ering heat and stinging cold
; i l ; l
m engine.-. -ccH.eo
to be Imdy ami .-mil ot one exi-tnic
then w hen this man at l.i-t -ets
his liu.il orders ami crosses : he dat k
river alone w ith oulv the fadeless
alone, w it h oulv the fadeless
j target lights of sure ami eternal j
j prom.-e -learning br.-hilv on the ,
.1 : l l ..i
, m ii.-. ,.,.-..,., .. ,,c,i
' out of the en-llieel s window, then
i I think 1 can see profound and sin
i cere sorrow in the panting spirit of
j power, .standing in the station.
' draped with Muttering emblems ol
woe, wailing lor inecaresMiigioucii
esot the dead hands that it will
never led again. And engineers
tell me that for days the engine is
fretful under the new hands; it is
: re-t less and moody, starts otV nei
vou.-ly ami impatiently s dunes
t hclnlrops into a Milieu gait and
Josh Billings on Marriage.
1 1 istory holds its t ung as to w ho
the pair vxuz who first put on tin
silken hariie-s. and iroini-cd to
work kind in it thru thick ., mill, in
iqi hill and down, ami m. the level.
! sw int. drown, or Hole. I'.ut whoever
: t li;l xx;... tha must have made a
i good thing of ii, or so u.auv t heir
po.-tel'ily would nn! have hai lie i-d
up since and drove out.
Hut tlieic ain't but phew lolks w ho
out there moliex ill Inai li molt y w ho
could set dow n and gix
a "i ii ii I
( 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 whi mi. nil. Ilia come to
; did il.
i Sum marry for love, without a !'
(cent in their pockets, ;i liie.nl
in the world, nor a drop of pedigree
I This looks desperate, but il is liu-;
! si length of the game.
If marrx ing for luxe ain't asm--.
cess, (hen in alii y is a di d beet.
Sum marrx bek iwse they thick
v 1 1 ti in 1 1 . will be scarce next year, :
and liv e tew w onder h w I In- crop
hold - out.
Sum marry tew get i-.l of th. m
-elves, and discover t hat the game
was one that two could play at. and
Sum marry the .--ccond time to get
even, ami timl .1 a gambling game
the molt- Ih'-y put .low ll the Ic-s
they take up.
Sum in airy to be happy, and miss
ing it. wonder xvhere all the happi
ness goes to w hell It dies.
Sum in in x thi-x can't tell why.
and live t hev can't tell how ,
Origin of the Word Honeymoon.
Lllv a-k-: W hal is Ihc ol igin ol
the term 'I loi.ex m o i .'" W ell.
Lilx. xvevxill be tetot.dly am dg.ilu.i
ted if we know whit Ihc oiigin of
theteiiu -xa-. Wha; tin- wo d In hi
ex ii max have to Ho win. . n n
pcii.nl when the you ig hu-b.in I
and xx, le are gelling acquainted
with each nth.-.-' home -ly le- ,,
inc iiniess.wcarel.ee to slate inai
i.. i .i.. il. .1
wed t at tin- m nt exactly
know, 'flunk of waking ii
M,ms of t he m
hi during liu- bl
d tun.- called by ihc poet.- an
other eo. .. inbial s xahts the honey.
moon, to ilnd that oii noble Adol -
ihlis. who-e Whole I. ing seel,,- to
you. Lily, to be the cl . n m
iiltin, tin- ullima thiilc au-1 (lie p.i
bom. public of perfection thin
of fueling lion III t In- -1 nix
sax, when all nat.i.e .- bit -In .1. -f.()In,. rusty with plenty of
A.lnlphu- .-iimc lmnl enough I'1 1 kerosene oil. Two r three ap
crack the eternal granite fo.imla-j jd ie;i t ion-' wi II coin jdetely rid a
iloll- ot the llliicl-c. I .n il
iilace-. no doilb!. Lilx W here
can find out by a-cci tainiug. v 'iat
tl igin ot this wold i-. bu: a! thi-
' 'i'-'" "" required !;!'"""
i-s.-ap' i our muni.
lt haxillg been le.orted that lux
name would be n-eil at the coming
cl". tiou in coiin.-c ion xv ith the ot
fice of Snpclior t'ouit Clerk, and
that I desired the election to sii-i
oflice. I .teem It hecc-s.irx I" -.IV lo
the p-o;.!eof the county, that, hav ;
ing -iibmitted m claim- for nom
nation to the democratic coiixeu
tioii. I could not now consent to the
use of my iiaiucinaiiymanni-i c.il
iliteliiled to ilelcat the
will of the pal ty and could not ac
cent any po-itioi. if -h-cr-d again-!
the w ill ol the party. I shall Vote
for the nominees (l t he county eon
K.xl'i.AXA I oi:v.
One Week ago to day I leeeixcd
a com iiiiinicat ion, inf. .nn ing me that
my name xvas being used to defeat
the w ill oi tlje party and its nomi
nees. In that communication were
certain interrogatories marked 1. 2,
! and .!. 1 immediately conferred
v '.th ti lends, who advised ine not
to answer the same. 1 have etto
-e. biit one man who thought 1
ou-ht to hav e done, so, the partv
who coinHi-cd tlicin liim-clt ac
knowledging that 1 did iii;ht I
then Ic.iue-le.l Mrs-is. .I..I.H T.
;m.s (; , v.
Woo 'aid toeither answer that com
muiiicatioii or prepare a card .such
as won! " satisfy the demand made
upon inc. Mr. Connor lH-ing absent
ami Iteloie they could consult and
do as lcpicsled the dav of plibbca-
I ion ol I he AliV A i K i M li ol .luK
.,.,.,.,,, ,,,,, h, ,,..,
, M Itj,.N ,.!,. , 1.UM. v,.s Xl.ix
active in declaring me an iudeM-u-dciit
candidate and as ln-iug unfailli
... . ..,. ,.,, ,,,..,, ......I
the people who put Hie ill office. If
there is anv combination or organi
.it ion ol in v t'riciuls or anv 1mmI's
,. ..,,..,:.. . :,, ...,..- t..
,,(. tit.k.t ' .1U(, lm. .,H
n k , ,.,.,.,, k notlillc ot
itsoriain and it was without iu
knovv ledge, consent or allthoiit v. I
haw always desired that the will
of the people should W obex e,l
vv liet tier result ing in iii.v suc-es.s or
I am not an independent camli
date, nor any other sort, and tho.e
who repeat the charge herearter.
will d. so know ing the san-e to be
false. 1 have counseled men to
support the ticket and toll! tln in 1
I exoected to do so lux sell. II lli.ixc
. . . .. ..i .. i i ...
n.v a ! vvoni o. ueeu ...
mine ii.lluenced any man in lhe ,,. ,,,,. Jw.1H .,cM,M,ni.-,l
' Wilson to vote against , 1 1,. w as I he mil v .me I I w
anv ...an on the ticket or if 1 hav e (. (( , ,i.t( h Ti(i( .t
exer brought any charges against j .,M H., died, and thee wen- two in
any one on the same, then it w mild i eiithat I knew. Then ...v ac
he tun - enough tor sontf ot my quaint. m.-cs began to die, and the
frieii. Is toabuse, villifyand trumpvt I ,,,!.,. ,,fm friends in h.-axen
nix n line nnoiigliout I he coiint.x ami
SI ate ; but if 1 am to Im- held ac -
countable and responsible tor the
personal predilections and lecbngs
against men on t he t icket and I l.o-e
who do not choose to vote fol'them.
for reasons not know n toiuywlf and
ove- which I have no control, my lot
will certainly be a hard one.
Hoping that the good people of
! Wilson county may see where their
troubles he and n ncile all t!n n
ilillicult a - lor the good of ..ur conn
1 remain a-
ev ei ,
II. C. M..-S.
Mr. I-:. A. Move of I'a. niville had
,(. misfoituiie to get his hand
c iiig'it in his gin, one day la-t vxci-k J
and so badly cut that sever. il ot his'
ting is had to In- taken o!l. It is j
thought that Mr. Move w ill lose hi- j
hand. The-e accidental cuttings by
in . are lu-cnming ouile (oinnioii.
, , . . . . . -. , . , , i
ani ll l llign ioiu iii.o in, i -
should lean, to be mole careful
. I . I . . .. o f...
xxmm .ii. .111,-1 .m in,,,. !,,., lb- taught u-ih.s him
Jlttltir. j sell when he look I in-iii la his arm-,
,J i pul lis hands on tlieiu.i.i.l bic- ed
W o gather the following prae-. ,,.,, s.xing. s.itV.-i th.- h:il.- cuil
t ieal tboiiLrbts from the l'eters dn-d to come unto inc. and totbid
l.urg fin i il M s.sriKft r :
There is vet time lo sow sumo
f t lie later kinds of turnips, for
use in the late winter mid salad
in the spring-. Should the win
ter prove tolerably mild, they
will gro xv the season through.
Use all dillig lice to get all
ripening- crops gathered in si
j fast ;h they become fit. I ri t
j let them be wasted in the rains.
Wl 1 1 pay you lo iook u l ler ine
I little things in time the beai.s.
; liel.l pea, potatoes, fodder, hy
I a llli grass.
i P.cri.1 to Iced stock more llb -
Login I'1 .ecu si... , iii.'k iii'-
!....', ,- ' .,..a,f ..i0 ,..ri '
I ter need more muscle and fat. I
j IoW is ti. tillu. to ,egi,. to j
I ., v jt on. live them t lie pick-
I iiigs of the fields asearlyas you
! can. and save your corn to tin-
filial tallOtllllg Hp Jiro.es-,. ...VC
, a little coppera-i to all th hotrs
i -i ,i ... i. : r
XM-eKIV. aim V) oilier mock u
ii a. . , .1, ...- I ., ,,,!
III',' 1 ,11. . o. j o- ' , . . -
other in. II il.ipleii.eiitstliat lie.-.l
tdoxv of n.-t.
l-ar the j.oultry lioii-es of
all accumulated rubbish and
1 filth, kill the vermin with ke
i make nexr hiviin ne-ts.
j ail,j -kvhitewa.-h tin building's
. ;,,jdo, using a little earboln-
I I ll-l
: acid iii the mixture.
A m in in low;,- has invented a new
t i-teiiing for hor-c collar- It i
luckx that the hor.-e-cPar dm--not
ta'ica to a button in the back ot
In- -liirt. becau-e if it did, judging
1mm human experience, v. hen it tlew
If alter breaking his thumb nail
tr.Miig to . ro-.xd it iti'o a n.-xv but-
I toiihole, he would just kick the stuf-
ting out of anything he was hitched
I... ex en if it xvas a freight car.
Moisu.K, Ala., i
Feb. hi, isso.
II. II Warner it f.'o.: Sii- Vo.ir
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure has i-n-
t in ly cured me of a chronic kidney
and bladder disease. Its p fleet is
Pknj. 1. Stlvln:;.
THE WILSON ADVANCE.
UaTk ok Aivkhtiim.-
ne Inch, One In-ertioii, - - ?l.o
" " ne Month. - - - J.i.i
' " Tlini' Month-. - - '..u
" " Six Mouth-, - - vi '
" " ne Year, - - - 1 "i.on
Liberal lii-counts will be ilad..-
for Ijvrj;er Ad vert iscim-nt- nd for
'ontr.u t-by the Year.
'"sli inu-t :iceoini:iny nil Adver-
t i-ciiii nts nnle-s jtihmI rcf.-rcmt- N
THE Ul'IET HOIK.
Select ions for Sunday liVariini:
liv imyt tx Mil. i i i;.
Mow b.isi- to fly and leave a trieml
Alone v here bat t le's t bunders bl i d!
Vet that were little d ing I hen
On -lorv's trout, with trumpets'
And battle's shout blent wildaU.iit ;
The -en e of -aciltice, the roar
Ol wai. t'ie son! mav well leap
The snow w.iile soul leap Iml.llv out
Tiled of wounds, and Up the
Ol hc.ivcli t . (bid's open do.r.
While Vet the hands were bent III
I'.ut oh ! to leave a soul o'citluow u.
And .loomed to slow Iv die al lu- !
The bo.lv is not much. 'Twciv U--t
fake up the soul and leave the ut.
It seems to me the man who leaves
She soul to pelish. is as one
Who gathers up the empty -heaves
W hen all the golden grain l done.
lie good sw eel in. u. I and w I.o will
U' clev er,
Ho noble things, not dream tl.eiu nil
Ami so make life and death and
that va-t forever
I IM' ' " l
1 1 i:vk.n. "When I was a Ui I
il-ed to think of heaxea a- a gloi ioiu
golden lit . w Ith jewelled w alls, and
gates of pearl, with m.liodv in it
but the angels, ami Ihex were all
strangers to me. I'.ut alter aw hil.i
1 1 1 little brothel dud; then I
thought of heaven as that great citx
, ,- , ,s j( ,
,.,ew l..r-er all tin- time. 1'....
.ls ,,, ,, j 1M , r 1 1.
j .s ,af,eii that 1 began to led
, tl j Ml ., personal mleiest in
.., V(. Then a see., ml went, and
a third, and a Imiitli: anj so many
nl lux 1 1 lends and loved ones hixe
goi.c there, (hat il seems a- if I
know more in heaxcii than on earth.
Add now, when mv thought- lion
to heaven, it is not the gold and i he
I jewels, and Ihepe.itl- that I tllillk
ol but flu- loved ones I hele. ll is
i n.il the jilurr, so much as the vom -I
( that makes heaven so Im- hi
Have any ot us hist dear little
brothers and si-tcrs. loiXoiilig to
Icai n about -le- us In ie J We shall
find Ihc ii in heaxcii. Did xmiexiT
think of Ihis.fhit tl.er- al'..' Iliore
III-Ml' c.'.ll.ll ell III . - IX. II th HI (llCIH
an-grown pen le .' it i. -o. Jin
you ask im- how I !. a v it. I -'.ill
tell X II.
I ' is V CI V W ell I. in X u '
I h an hall' of I li.- popl. I.oi ii into
t hi- w ol Id die xv hlle th.x ale clil'
. 1 1 1-1. . Hill .JlHHX tlll.t H 11,1 l.ttltlllHH
flic... .ml; for of .such i- the king
i loin of In -ax en. Iii r. 1,'ii It it i it iii
Ion. IK IK
il M I. o i; x When iiu-ii
! ch.io-e a wife they -h'.uld select a
i-Ii--i-i I nl. happy teaipciel xxmn hi,
i no mat I er xvhet in-r she i- haud-o.ue
i ir not. They make a gr.-it mi-take
wlieiilliex .nai ix l.r b.-iulx and
-t xl.-, or for lah;lil . and n coinplish
t ... il th,i
!.,,( ,,,,,,, ult, th.-iu. a bright
() y u1 (. SA,etcst, im
tuw u Vts ir j,,,
; .ss ,m. ,.,,,.,,,., ..n,..,,,. U,UUt
el.ccllul ua.b-r ..hie.,1 evcx
ci.cum-tance. nrovn the., bus
! cilcum-tance, p
! ba ml-t rea t t hem w it h c.urti
lol l.e.n. nice, which i- Ihell rigid. -Hu
h or poor, high ... low. it mak -
lit ! le d.lleienee. p. ov ided I he In ight
little I III. I. Illl of chic. lull. --. I" lib
lie; up like a colli Mill a -1 .1 i n ' In
I 'i.-ll he.i; t s and .-caller.- il- .Imp
ev ci V u hi 1 e. Wa-.-Vei lie- t:.ai.'
'ot I I.l .Old I I lllhll- --o d i. .III i
: dee' i I h.ll the -ail hi If o: a cn-ei I ill
! lace falling ac..- it'll Ine-.
would f i:l to i xaki-li an n.-.n-iing
gh-alll! No indeed ! So cull IX a! e
a ivi.il-. i h ci -1 fnl, hap, x d -i i-i
t ion. Ii o n d-. and -i-e for on. -e!v c
hoxx much goo I xmi c in do in tins
life by ll - a.
'I hc gill rai-ed with no proles-ion
ol trade led-that Ulile-- -he CAtcl.es
a hii-band while In-r young beauty
la-t-. -he xvill be an old ...an! and a
failure. The wax to give her a lair
chance is to gixe her a larger life,
and let her feel that, though a good
mall iage may Im the lughe-t p-tab
of woman, a bad one is her gn-afc-l
cure, and that she need m.f many
for a home. If t he gentlemen w ho
go about marrying tvm or thn-e
xxivi-s a year, had women of 1 1 1 1 -
kindtodealxvith.it would In- U-t-ter
for then, and society.
To read, to think, to love, to l.op
and to pray these are I he things
that make men happy. They have
power to do these things; t hey nev.-r
xx ill have tower to do more. The
world's jirosjterity or iidveisity de
pptnls ujton our knowing and teacl.
ing these f.-w things, but upon iron
i or glass, stuam or elc triity, is 110
i wine. ItuHkin.