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The Roanoke news. (Weldon, N.C.) 1867-1989, March 23, 1878, Image 1

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PROrtttlONAL OAI»Dt. wtLTn CUM, ’’ t. tLA»ir' h«iAigh,)^.o. N. 0. QLA.KK A CLARK, ATTOKNBVI HALIFAX, N.C. Will prkctlne In Hia C>iurU of Hklir^x »nd H' Jniiilnu «ounil*«. H. m. iiToaiK. I T O H B W K ATTonnaT* * O 'U!«CLLnlla AT LA W, feeatlMM^ N«ek, H«liliix C'«., M.C> PrMtlM in thi Oiiiirt* of (I.'llr'vix a rt k4|-'*lnin|| (|‘»ui|l|e4, And tn tho Siiitr*-in> kiid VM*r«l Oiurtx. Jo'is n ^ lOikAsTsrUlLlj, AlUra«y «t Law, halikaX, N. 0. PfAOtlflM In flullfiit Anrt ArtjnlMinv Onuntian «nd Kedflr»l »ni1 Snpreinn Courts, Will b« atSoitUiid Nook, uuee uvur^ tftrtainUC. Aun, 28—• W H. Day, W. W. Mam.. D ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WELDaV. M. C. frkstloi In t1i« nmrti nf KxllfAX and ■4Jnintnx niinntln*. and In tlie SupreiUK and frdnrAl nnurt*. (Tlal'nt«>ll*ctwl In any part >t NoriU Caralioa, Juii 2U 1 H 8 4MUHL J. WKISiir, ATTORNEY AT LAW. J.»CHSU», M. V. PriotipM In lh» Court of Nurtbampton •ad ail|.j|nltiK comities* ncp in I Y A. V I S L. HYMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW HAiarAX, N. C. Prar^tlnta In IIia o.iurla of H^ll'ax anil •dj^tnlnfl; notinMen, and In the 8npreino •ad FalBMl ()n'irt>. Clai n o.illeutsJ iu all part* of N»rtli t?ar>Vio«. Oa.>« Ir: I In tbs C mrt UaaM. July 4 1 Q. R i BURTON, Jr. ATTORNEY AT LAW. SALIFAZ, H. 0. PraatlMa In tha Court* nf Hollfxi Caaatv. and (3» mtlea adlnlnlnR. In tht- lavra M« O >iin of lUe Hlatti, and iu tli» falartl aiiirt*, Will l»« Hpt 'i»l attf itinn tn th« nollso Maa •falalm«,«nd taaiiJu>tlugtbaanR>>uiil» •f CxMiiti>ra, AdnaluitrAtara and tiimr- dau-lA-i.r J U. S R t Z Z A B D, ATTOR'««Y AT LAW, HALIPA'X, K. C. OliMi-^MMCeai* Hiiua^ Bkrtat-.atMn. «Ua clvao lo all brauoUoa nf '.he prolf-^- •laa. jA'i lii-1 0 E. branch. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■ItriiLD, HHUfAX COUNTY, N. C. Praatlaaa In the Cnuntlaa nf Rallfiii. ■a«h, RdKacarnlx and vvihon, OaliatUiia* male in all partu of lhn Jan 12-fl I A literary curiosity. A Isdy nctnpird a wbol* ya»r In aean-h* in«fiira d HtlhiB tb« fnllimlnK thirty- alwl t liiiea frdni EnifUsli and Ainarloan I0't>. Tmm v'biila r,-«d ai If wrlttan at Oita tlms aud hf oat author t L 1 K K . Wby all thl* toil lot Iriumpba i f an b >uiT [Youiiu. LMu'h a uliiiit anmmiT -man 1 but b flower.—[Dr ,l.>hn«Mii. By ttiriif, «'« f'rttnh Uie fatul breudi and dll'!- [ Piipe. TUe crKiilo «i,u 11)0 K>ave, »)»»] an nljrli, H*rlor, Tn be ix liMt-r l»r than not to lio;—[Hawdl 'riittiitih all iiiaii‘n Itl'Hiuay neein ti ti-ai«HUv; ['tpenwr. But llitiK p«rB»'«peak wh*n uilithty RrlefM nr«diiiiib ; —[Duiilti', The but htjuliuw wli«i)oo they niine.—[H« .it. Your r»tii la tmt the ooninian fjte of all i — [llM||||lHl|llW. Ui.DiiUklait J bare do on man bafall [S"llt(i»ell, Natiirt, to Htlota itn proper apbero [Ooii|freve. Kiiruio,, Uinlco lollk’a her peculiar care - [i/I urohltl. Cuitoio il *9 iiUa.) rejaon overruln,- [Ro I'heMf r, Aud iliri)wn I rnni annabine on a fool.— [ Arinatroii|{. Live iv li—bow liiiia: or abort permit to He veil.—[Milton. They who IVir,j,vo moat aball bo unmt for- Kiveii.-[iUllfiy. Sin niHy u« cl i«p - I io oloso wo eannot ana hiM facsifl.'rendi. Vi e imsi,;iinraH, where virtue has not plmw.—f>iiiiiiorvll!e. Tbi*n ki'Hp OHOh nahKioii down, however d.'ar, [ rb'iinpiu.11. Thuu peiidiiiuni betwixt a ainile and s l.-ar.- [Hyroii, Her stiiniiiii cor,a let faltlilesa pleaMiire Iav.—[Sinoilet. With {'raftand Nklll Co run and to be* liav.—[CrabVe. 8oar nui too biub lo hill, but nt' op to rlKe.—[MaHaen(;er. We iriHstt“rH urow uf all that we dospiae.— [I'lowley. Oh, llivn riMX'iincu that imploua seire» t«(OII,- [ IlHHtte. Uichea liave mImkh, and grandeur i» a di tan-. —[i;c iv|io>. Think n a ainhltin. wise because ’tia lirHVr.—[i)av»6«ut. The p'itli.t (II ylory lead Imt lo the uravc.— HJ'ay. Wliat ia luiibitl Mif ' Tia a ({lorlnua cbent. IWiliU, Only oe»ti iiutlve to ibe brave «nd grpat.— [ VtMiSon. Wbal*H ail the gaudy glitter of a crown ? -- [liryden. I'he »»v to iiiUa lies not on boda of down. [^uailea. tlow loiiK wii live, not ye»rs, but nctloua tf'ii.— [ iValktna. That ni.in liVHN twice who livea the fir^t IIIH Wdll.—[Kerriuk. Mtke thei), wiilic 3’ot yru may, your Ciod yonr friend.-[(ierricii. Wboiii CliriHtlan« worhliip, yet not ooin- proli«n(l.-[Hiil, The :iu«t th I’-i iivKo Hii.inl. and to your- si*if liH |UMl —[D.inu Kor. live how we may, yet die wo must.— StiakHpraro. da dniiii'uatinii ii» bilU korIh \V*II| «• en you come uut’u yo’ grave ahat you ((aiiie d..'r” “I tiuuno." *N • mu* you d»u't. Ks n*»«pnpei> reutiu' |iii,| I uver kn>>aa All aiuli '■niMda me «b tidpoU-a M-mt no head, oiilv a t-encby bit ob liii|, and da Ijliii’ dit det i'onr>iia «i I ubier>abun and Call it'liteiiinmeht. Uiit whiit >ou liwiiic do when you c one ou.'o y ' {[rave? y»u (jaine >la ’ dar in it ihW- ilil ob d(> road liki> a balk? iniilr? N ', airreit. Y"U K'X to git upa >t|jir, iind (JO whar you 'bl mes—nhcrp^ to d« riyl.t and K til de li-l’. Dr ihevtm tod lini'a Ilf uodncs'ri«cs op like b'l.ioi.« IroiM piorj to cloiy, till dc hi^hi vt n d de I'urderrot a ars In lu bin ain’t iiolhin’ but low |£r aos ob sorrrr compart'd lo Vin; «hlle you, mv oiip,.|iiicut, «ide- niouf, I e»apnpHi-‘e;idtii* youn^ n>tty[*'r rren', niid da lik s ob you. «ill le kolcb by rie nap’ o’ da neck a H flunt u«rr de bittil iiliit% and vnu’ll drap, a>.d drup, and dinp, and dr.ip lor u lhou>a .d \eari and alien you li|tkt y»u'd li|tht in dc buriiiii’ lake, and grvat will br de splash darof And you won’t hear iiuthio’bat de driippiii' ob »dur wicked IjilK-goaia and ^iuln'ri—a droppii.’ niid a ilri'ppiii’ like peai on a raahido nr iiiiki'y ahol in a hi S'-;>oit* And du on- d\iii’ wuirufn hi-’il ha dar nod ht’il urab y.'« de inonieot you linh', and he’ll kile iind kilo bi»iMir arnuii’ you t'll de v«r« iiiurrtT ob yo’ aoiil i» tqut z outen you. A d ole 8atun he’ I be dar to kiver you up wid BPvap^ipert inakt in karusene U>*, and aid anlfur a'd wid hrinist oip, a'd hu’il bank dc fii ea tin you, and dar yoii’il stay, wid plenty ob newnptpcra will biil ya 't ait'.kWa iu ’um, ’till bimeby dc kin d -t’s a hlewiii’ and a fryin’ and a hi'siii' and a bilii,' and a bubbll.i’ in you will bull out io a blufi: (lat will ri-tvh de ■.kiHa, and de smoke ob yo* lormvnt will be dut tig and black dal all de tar-kill« ill North Kciioy wont be no luo’ii a liiisiry match ’loni;side ob it ” "D.ir 1 stop rigiit dar. U ic’ I-ham, anil leniiiie ax you dis nne q‘ie»tun ; Ki dup i.« all dat Hoioki! down dar, whar d« cliimlily to cai’ it nfl', ai.d wliur it |{wine to jio arfter it bio dona cai’J—uiiawer iiic d^t ?” ‘•Y oi—you—yon's I p ioty s irt ob a — ob a pestle tail pit; itirainers t> ax hih qucsilons likeduti H -w dar you to coni» arg\fl'iH uiid sp'.ity H IO wid a ole, sicklv man like me? Whar dr chiiiiblvs o’ hell? Whiir yo’ »;'i whar \o’ mnn- nors? I. y.i' mind d iou !e(’ yo’ te’aon. MRS. KlOO MO THE lURIUR. I|0W H* Haahetl InI* llvr B«4> VMM «Bll If •« Mlia s Iw tw riiikl. [Ptnia (he N«* Yerk Son.] Mr. Ot'orga W. KIdil waa «nei> p.'Ct dly deiained at big akohol distillery in \Va»hini{t«n street on Turaday e«ai.> inir, ' wini; to a chaoKe nf wnrkinrii M'h Kid i. wbo vinited him at the di. tOl r\, returned to ber hoina at 16 Ka't K »ty-«e«»>.|b street at o’tiluik Wiiile sbi* bad been absent the guard ch iin at the lr, nt dour had been at. t uhHil as M'aiil. but aheu sha eiiler*d she lelt it buh .okcti so that ber hi'shaad (.oull let hiiiiicir ill with bis ni|{ht key. Tae boiise is one »r a bandsomo browu st 'iie row, which is Kusrded Ity a pri vate watchman. Mrs Kild had allowed her maid to go to a (iiirty, and there were iu the h«u«e. besides herself, unly tw I Woman, kitclien lervaots 8 loii afti r her rtiurn bonie she want to bed At 0.| •*,.liick ahfl was sitti ft up in bed rraiiio){ S^e beard a rutt- liiii nf papeia in tbe kalh rnon, *bich aiij li.ia her bedroom «u theaitvo«id fl«or Wnhiiut a th'iui>ht of IVar aha arose, a d in a leisurely nnn'irr ui^h cked her bedfo >ia duor aud drew back the bolt As she turned the kso*i the diior was ihrii^t open and a luas spra g in Witb his left hand he got a hatBife grip um her right shoulier, and with hit right be pre>a :d the iiiiixtltf ul'a cocked pistol avaiust her temple. The liubt shone f II io hix face, and Mrs Kidd saya she Will never forget him as Imig as she lives. HewaaonU a liule taller than heiself H'l wore a short, well cut, cb 'Colatn colorud overcnat. His face wiis pale, and she it certain ha was aa .\ui ricaii. His li^bt Nioustache was ha dsoiiiely triwined, and his bands were as white as a lad^*s. The door ns it swu' g open screened (he bed frnai view. il eagerly thrust h's head forward until ho comd see that there was no on" in the bed. Then ha aiid tu her: “li i qaivt ur [ will kill you ” His voice was low, but she could not help noticing that tbe tuuea were not those ol a man used to rough life. (Is manner, toi, was polite ai w^a possible ui.der the cncumsta''ces. lie opnoed his eves very wide and ttied to scant her ny the fi ‘ree expres>ion of bia face Hi* ri'peateJ his threat aifaiu and HE>iin : "IS.! qoiet or I will kill you ” Mis. K'lld replied: “You dare nut kill the next A U C S E. SARA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BMFIBLD, M. C. PraiWees to the Counties nf Hallfai, ■d^iMualba and Hash. In the Suprmne Q««rt wf 4ut« «ad In the Federal Allaatloas aiade in any psrt of the ■mm VUI attend a', tba Uourl llnuau in ■allfaz aa Uonday and FrtUay or each waab. J*» ° O J- * U ' ATT«K!«BT AT tAW, w h;li)ON, n. 0. PriMleaa hi An Omtrts lif Hsttlax, W»r ra« sad Nnrthaiiapttn eountles aud in the ••*r*aia*nd)P*diiral Court*. . „ Olai«s itllaatad to aay *art of North •aroliMu ' » June 17 a II— a. inluiii. 0 t L * tr ^ODN A. MOORE ATTORNEYS AT LAW. T?’T jffmlintM, R. c. UNCLE ISHAM ON KELL. t Darkey rrenelier Tnkes Inisao WitU Cul. Uob lUKcraoil. "U'v’ Ishani, is you bln read de pa- [jCrs IhteU ?” Mel oie read? Ketch me was'in’ Miy tioie ui.d ’atroyin’ my uii.i’ like dut! N»! bless (J.'ud, 1 can’t re.id, nor I d oi’ ’lento. 1 ituonii U Iroiii boll's I'ohi ; mid as for Ally bit, ef AH' was t i stun* up by (le sid'/ i.b U.t I couldn'i tell 'em pnit.” “Well, de papers say dat dar ain’t nu h,ll” Dir I \Vh .1 I tiilc yi u, what I tole '( Dis ar a vvil-speKkn.’, a ' ori • stuiii-chcaliii’ and a newspapcr-ri'adio’ ra.shiin, and It^ all tom li ol. You— you—you j..s’ go on blrivin’ dar aint no hull and M>n whar you gwii.e loicli up.” But paiiers say dar inoujilit be a kell, blit ’lai ’ I'll mil bi.|l, l.k.‘ de good it-'.uBhiiOi hell whiir we »as raised to, Dar alot no (ire dai,” ‘•Wliat! Dey nin’t lit itjit’r” “Y.ia!-, d.it what de paper say, and Bitcner preacli de same Iroiii the (■uli'il.” “tj’wny Troni me, nigger, D • ■’ cull the Muiliu o’ K tclii r t i me, lor I’m a Cri^tio mill., b.i’o aod rais'd in ole V'lr ^lnov ’oM u’s.iectiotil white iMUs l*ji hell uii.’t III, *tis c z dey wiiitiu' for a ^ood piece o' kindiin’ like liitcber to li;ht It wid. liut ’tin burni..’ nod a nil'’, da) and nlj'bt. like a i'oo lur iss ilal don't iu>«r gii chill. Dir is too much sii.-tnnber kiv’rio’ de uth. an I the d cari:t clear the new gruun* for de saints till dat brosh is oul'n de way " liat you d.iii’t bMive in no ni irteyul h.lir” B’lieve in il? Dies I b'lieve in a fire wnat starts Iroiu Huthii,’ and bii’n up nu iiin. a id is built fur no puppus ceptin’ jiib’11 make a light binz ', like bo)S pi'Uiaid a pile u'shaviiis? As me t'l ’lach lily faith to a I'nx-iire, j ick- ni>-lantern htll dat shines but don’t Iju’m? You’s u tool. .Lit’eu to me Yaas” When a niaa die, lie dune dude, ,,ii,*t heV” ‘Yaus.” ‘Well, when a man dnde, he d ne dndc, nil’ he carnt come t i lile nu luo’, u>e' ?’ ••V' ms " ‘•Tell de A jul Qabul blit’ de bo’n?” “Y aas ” • An’ de truaipit shell snaii’ ••Yeas.” “Yaas m* no yaas. Ysas&in’ is »a«s. ih’. Here I i». ole ’niif to be de daddy uv yo itrao’ nioiiMny and I carnt i pe niy nioul fnlt • kw le de gospil o • Scrip ter but you keep on ’trnpltn’ me «iil y ’ . ... fi Kr I IS yo’ sense tun off H'rl f.ruol y , braiifs? Chimhijs, hnnhl sinnke,hu .hi I '‘'y '» ' Y u spec’s ynu got me, d ies y u ? 1> 'II’ yo’ know, you iinn j 'iiii', oiitd is'ius s)ip-l)ead, dat io b,id ivtachor de !.ii>oki* 'alls to do giouiid, ni'd whar yon gwine fi ■' baddvr and on»’ (hreatenii.’ weath'T dan down bdo’? Y.ias, dut’s il; de sui k« ob toiniint fads d iwn into de garpi inools ob ncwspnpcr-readin’ sputil'vi..’ fools niid dey swull iw II—dui’s whar il go ” "N IW mi what I tell you, for dis ai’ de las’ time, fiit religin’, jine the church, read yo’ Bible, pray co'Slunt, at yn'woik and all de lime; quit reu It'.’, (I.'r riuKt arm, unprotected except by h>T night dress, was nearly puraltz-d by his grip, hut wi .h bar left she kept strik ing away the pisti.l final her forehead He pressed her across the rooin until she got her ba^k ag«iu..t the bureaa Tlieii she ni de a desiierate elFirt and pushed him hack to the door, all the nine screaming ut the top nf her vnica. H‘ then tried to trip her. In the strug- uIh he kept treading on her bate feet, but ha Wore rub;ter>, so that they were only bruised *i;d nut cat. Her right gi.e yo’ scrops and ole cl I’s lo de po’; »'** ‘l>« -truggl* l^nwttoa ,4>t tba Oonntlas if Oalifax, VwMhaiutMt'Bdgaeonslia, fMaurt Mar- Ma—ia|>ia^»flfil)» Uowrt at Ui* Ml«te Mil ta,UM ■tfMarai Co*rt» oluia Kastaro OallaaiiltMM «Mid« i« a»y part Ovfmm! . Jao 1-1 o ii.erlarsien yaasliti' ai d yaassin’. Ef I ciiriit talk in peace I aiii’ 6*ina talk a tall ” Deii I ox yo’ pordlo, gram yo grace— a’long J H>y ear at’ -pni to de trul ’* l>e truinptt shell soun’. and d« graves ihitl pup, and de d )de shell be rats’, tome to da glorjr »b abeep «ad loue to he'spectlul to a ole inaii like me, u d den maybe you’ll be saved. Ki you don't, ef Miu reads piipers and ’low yo’ po’o'l ’count mill’ t'l’spulify’uout the suckuuistance obd" case, V"U gone. Hell will he yo’ p'liioii, sUu*, and no sh •» hell, nei'her, for everv m in lakes de fire and de briinst me in his owi bres’, n' d d' th kindles it dreckly de hreatk d^ii would blow out de match u« damnati'in ’ g ined. You’ll lie bo’~t u|.>, cvrtin And de I ke ob you won’t he put io de parlor fire.pluce, > either—dal’s reserve lor geiil’inen siineis—but you’ll he itched down and socked iotode ur--de III—-le holies’ stii.e ob hell’s hnseiiient, and liar shell l,e weepin’ and wiiii .’ and gnashin’ nb teeth sgin ihe rusty scutll-s r piTdiOnin. and a,>iii tlso an,>y ash- carts .. t) eberlastin’ inis’ry, and sain de br. k'Mi boot-jick! nb nebber-^lym’ daik ness liirener and forener ino’. And dar shell be nu mornin’ papeis dar I ’ G \V Uaooy. EASY OF ATUmiMENT. By the cultivatinn of kind ai.d gen erous impulses, every man who wll may be a gnntleman. Il is tno rarely «e find, among Ihnse who vote themtelves the geiiileiuen aud ladlk-s of the day, snvlhing to warrant iheir assumption There is but liitle o( the trae metal about them. l’.*rsmal coitract reveals urrii|>ance and pride; and too often a lueanness of spirit and littleness that dis graces hunan nature. So fsr as our ohiervation snes—and it covers many years of contact with high and low, rich d poor—we are constriiiued tu aay that, while among ihe poorer classes ihera is us a general thing a sad lack of external culture—of attention tu little tiersonul habits that are not agreeable to others, and which ought 11 be c r. rected—there are really i i the I'lwer a d middle ranks of I'lciety, so calleo, quiet aa msuy true genlleiuea and ladies ss am»ng those a ho claim thte(clust«« right to tbeae honorable detigastioiit. The Ann Arbor (.Hi.;h ) Argus gays: “If you want to see a it ange sight, go upto'the phisiological la'nirati>ry an! ssk Dr S'owell to ahiiw you his dog “Alexis.” -'Alexis” has a silver lube extending from the nut^ide nf hia body t- the inside of liig stomach. Tiie tula is closed by a curk. and by removi-.g this c "tk tba contents of the atomacb may b« drawn away aud examined at any tima. Mrs Kidd is a brunette, about 87 yvars of age, of the laediu u six ■, str«ug, quick, aud brave. Twice, sha ssys, tba tiurglar pushed ber across the renm le the bureau, and twice th^ pushed him •’ai k to the diwr. Tbe second liui* sbe in iiiu^ed til above him out into the ball Here her acreiras were heard by tli« (wo Women aar.anta. They bad not yet gone to bed. but they did nut arrive on the scc'ie nf co' flict ii« time tn render id Mrs. Kidd coi linued to scream, while sbe pushed ber aneiuy half aay d 'Wii the staira. A( this point he made bis last stniggle. Site bad kept held of the barrel 4,f the pistol duriim most ol the strngule. N.iw .she succeeded in getting h 'l4 of it with her right baud als'i Ho made » desperate vff.irt to get it away Her nnly thought was to prevent him frnni shooting her. Io the struiigle her ritflit sriii was badly spraine.'l. Suddenly he let go of the pistol, and, turning around, gave one leap from the middle of the stairs to the bottom, and went nut of the dour like a shot, j'isl as the two aervaota camt up from the kitchen. H'S left the frnnt door ajir. Mra. Kidd stood on the staireise a minute or two, aud then hurried down a‘>d fail fainting at the bottom, with the pistol yet clenched iu her haads. Oua ef Ihe servants ra-i nut nn tbe (rout stnnp and screamed ui til some hackmeo waiting i • front » (he Windsor Il.itel came rui'- ning to the house. No clue to itio identity of (ha burglar has yet been found. List evening Mia Kidd wua in 8o»d licalth and apirils, but her side is yet sure, and her right arni la i'l a sliag. Yesterday Mr. Kidd wont tu Police Ciptaln William*, wbo bad tskeu posseasion nf the pistol, and said he thought his wife bad fairly won it and ought to have it. The Cftpiaii promptly gave it up It is » banda ime iiickelplaled, seven-barrelled revolver of Urge caliore. Six cbaoibcta were loaded. It was cock/-d during tbe entire struggle, bat the hammer waa raiaed over the empty chawber. Yesterday two new locks were put on Hr. Kidd’s I'roat dnor. FaRimuMEii. Hard at It may aeeiu to nvan: ia« tba habit nf r,irgetfulnass, it is a tking «klch may ba accoasplisbed; fur the wemart, lik* all Oad-jtieen tsients, msy be eultl- vsied to a greit extent Tbosn who do ■ot eadeatnr to rutli.ata it are guilty nf cul|Mbl* aegtect, end skoul t i.nt be sl- liiwrd to plead fnrgrtrulness In pallii* tiiin nf any nnilssi.'n nr neglect. We have the hspplnrss nf ki.aeing a gentle man wbrse power of meir.nry is ao gr. st ss ti see.ii really woiiderfu', the result slnmst entirolv nf cultivation. la fsi:t, we hsva heard him sav that when he aas ynueg ho was so forgetful as tn he constantly under a clou.1 ia cusai q ierca. O.ie dIS, when somethin,: more setious than usual had result'd frmu this fail ing, he deiermioed to n.ercoma it, and Irom that mnmeit rranlvi^d that bis a.e nory shonld do for hiiu its iippoinled w rk, and forced it Int ) aetiao. Hs aUiKCd hiiuself tn make uo mora memoranduiiit or aids to uieiiinry, but demanded tUut the faculty s*iould wuik for his assistance. The result is he has but few equ lU in the country in this rpsi'Oct, Wbst one can do, surelt aaolber may •! •; and, unless iu cases where the hrain is inert.xed, it is man's own fault if he is forseifiil. ~k cmTiciiiir' A ynung womso uf pleasi ig cou its- nance aud diffl.lent sir, attired in sdk and seal skill, a(m>d bnfore J.dL’a Kil- breth yesterday mnrning She had been arrevad for int'ixlcation and dis orderly conduct iu Ir'ii.t of tbe Strand salo'iu in S itb avaatia. tn tbe couit she seemed to real z« her position, a«d to !eel deeply its igMOiiiiny. “Taal I wat aader tbe influence o( liquor," aha aaid, “I shall have to admit; but I aeted in no oianner disorderly, and tha abama uf appearance here is mora paiuful to me than any penalty vour bonur can iiifiict. My naaie is Kata D irann. aud where X lisa I prefer nor to say ” Tbe Judge fi'itd her >l>* prnceeded to tba chief clvrk'a desk tu pay it. That functiuaury happcua I t ■ be aaay at the (ime, and at the young womaa aaited them in the fall view uf tha iinlMokera and raised her ayas tu meet (ha aurious gluiices cast upon bar she became so nv. rooiua that she ssuk to (ke S inr in a swuun. It waa aome tiais befiira she was restored tu cna- «ciou-ness, and then aha hsd to ba as sisted uut ul court. A PROPHETjC DREAM. A who w>i« rnther the A of rirtHmn und their luilll- rnent. reot'Utlj n.et with a MtiaUr fipttri- fiire. Shu u •ot el ilrni* niHthiuticil linii8i‘ket‘Di*rs whohaa pUct tor lYer;* ihiHh.' and in iti prUcit, It i>e wi't) tn rt;inaik that thi r«» ire im ribiaII (‘hiiilron in tlie Umilr. Tiie Ui]f kvept ft iii«lN«>*p»,jutf. nuH that |m« aUtya btfva i.n ii9 prouer pUce. with thr tx?«pii«in of n«w Hnd th«H N tri|i tM ih« ur*'Ctiry l*»r a near (tniiply ol awet'the*!. T«tral day* atin iku motHH«»'a jtiy Ctfintt up uiiaitiof. an t it «v«r ilifie WRA a a irriiwtui tac»* on a w«»iDRa It t« iHtit Uily Thn vnlue o| thu n9'>la«M;R arai nothlnir; hut t« lna« U in h«r ttwn h>'UAe, wheta go in the dtiik and fiud anylhing wnQieil 1 For iicMfly two we»-k4 her «r«kiDg hou^a ware irnuhlcd in ineHHetioti on that jug. ft'id f)niliy ahe ftre««ed «n it. tShe thmight ahe Wfn iImwu inia the r»ileratid remakei a >aruH tin can which t*»r dniae tiute hud •tin d Mottiian aide tip «n i hb** timUr it *ouiu1 lii'f mula«f>eA jui;. Aho arnst* in the niorni«u, rriMdU'Ct**!) h»*r •iit'Km. went Hawn rrlltr, raisui lh« tin (•an. iiud tttef« loun the Inst ! 8he iR mill piiKEifd to knew bnw it we* came litter*'. ia ithH ha I ao recoiU'Ction oi rrmofifltf it f>Mfn tta uiu«l pUce, und her hUMhtind an I irrown it|i nan dcu; May •»uencv in tho iiiy^tifriona tranKffr. Now, ilu* is hilly oonvincvd that driamv, to tooie inaiancec. Ci‘rtalnly ramt* lu pau. A B0Y’s1»MP0SrTI0N ON OIRLS. GirU is a queer kind «l Termln, Olrln i> ihs only loiks that has ihnr own aay every time. Oirlt is nl several thnusao'l kinii-. snd aoineiiiai'S one uirl can he likti seveial thi'Usaad oihsr uirW 11 she wants «n dit anything. Oirls is slike ons way. >hey are all like ca:s. Il' ynu mb ’em the light wsy 111 the hair they'll purr and Inek s veet st you, but II yuu rub ’vui the wmni wsy nr step on their tails, they'll claw you, 8m lonii as yau let a (irl have her n Wsy she's nice and nwecl; but id-t crois her ac I sUe’ll suit at ye i worse nor a Oirls ia al.u like mu'es they’re hesd s'ronii. Il a uirl d.'S't wsiit to bi'lievt' snythinu ynu a,n't inako ber. II she ws It's so she won’t say »a Oirl* U little wooien, II they're itoad, sad if they aim KiMd then nor when Ihey git hiti, they’re sbe rievils,. That’* wbat father aid msmma was niics when she fixed a hot flat-irun in Ihe chair so ha’i set Iowa on il,'cause she was aisd at him Brother Oeor.'e ssyt be dan’t like hia KitU, liut he does like little onts, and when I »aw him a kisning Jenni.'innea last Sun- lay, and told him nf what he'd said, hi •aid he wsa lntinit her, 'cssse he didn' like her. I think he hurt her, for .ho holluwi d and run, and theie was a. hla rel sp«it all uvct both «l her two cheeks. This is all t knew shout girls, aaj lailsr •sys the lesa I know sbout tham the better ufl I sm. SkoboleflT, tha Euasiaa ganaral, ia aaid to be only tttirty-tlirea yeara of age. He is a very religioua man. “O ie cannot face death boldly ,'* be lays, "abo ia u«t a believer io Qud and who ia elth.ut hopn III a better world.” He li the soldiers in prayar and joina in tbeir pa- The dog ia' fat and sleek, and I ealiar cbaut, wbteh ia aaM l» h« vary aeeiua to appreviate bis oatvrietv.” 1 toucbiug. MXS. IING.LNY QUIIR PETS. A Cuari.a uv Liaas Mic*i,t two raaaa OL» [V'ram tha iluktoa Herald } Rsrelf does e«e hear el a lady aitaeblng heisell to such si'aoue l^ets as t>i« wiiiei SIw el Mr* Line-iln'-. 8t ll iwaid street, . day or twu auu. Llyiiig in the Isnitly sr, a eouplr o) Hups twenty-ana inoBlhs old. hroii|(ht up by Ike band nl Mr. Lmeoln T*ey are Atriran Inma a •ptO'S nni rasdy rcsti'il in this Guualrv, but Mrs. Line 'In bss suinredeii, l>y the ex^ruise at gieal uare, in re.iri0rf tnem to Iheir prisent sic sod >it«. The male wiighs about 330 | 0 DI-, sad the tamale pernsis II i> poiiods lent. They have been st the kuus anll'wsrl street since last ^pieiat>er. iB I unlil wilhia a uion’h bate iiail Ihe rnn nl the y.lac«. cwluf atHiut the toanis WHli •'Miii’l'lerattle Iretdom. Asa wea.ure ol nauiiiin tbe iiiilice Ihoueht the cres- ures fhuulil be resliaiiied, aud Ibeir i|iariers aie naw inoie limlt>d tbsn lorinerly sllhnuifh they have a eale oit door tun ai d lomn silJ dninK the kitchen wlih only B Strang wire door repsrai oj the apsriineuts. .\tis I.lii)a:n Is as iite with lu'i lets as Udiea aie wilb thei tioo'lle.. She plsjs wlih Ibetn, Icdi Ibeiii l.'om her bands, and ha t.Uiiht tiirm • iiious l icks. They will ki»s her at he hi'ldlni;, |il ' a through a h>mp, etc. Be 'ore Ihe eo:lce lesirietinns We'v plared Upon them, tile anim ,1s were aixiist'Oui il In Wflk iatu the kiichen nr pallor amou. tfiiesis and go bork 10 Ibeii quarters willi. out . IT« ina hsrin to aiy one A ye ir aio ■ he lione-s use.l ti> nccuvy Hie ssiue couch with I' e laity at niuht, tiut naw she hiia u'ruwn lull large lu lie taken up«n a e .ni- itl'in Ords e« t. The sOiiu .|« are qiiite s l urio-iir, and, la tbilr Kenileioss. show pisiu y h.« pa lat is tbe Isw oi kioila a, ev«B with Ilia biute ertaiioi|. A«TiriCIALlAilE»r The pjrl* Lo rtpnrt dusi?rit>es »n “arllB- cial h>b,," a Inch is te be rxhibiled at the urvat Kspnsiti'in, snd whi. h, it is ilsineil IS su Aiiicilcan InTenliot. Thesa baiies lire oesigiied lo pioiuotn Ibe eoiivenieocn ol irsvelers by rsilmsd. It is liase I uuon tue principsi that nuihiog is m ne trexslious than to have disaureetile coinpsai'ins and aei,;hliois in the ompartinenl when iiaveilng. O'le oorupivs the corner you hsd set your hesri ou, aaoiher pe>enta yau Irum siretebiiig your legs, s Ihiid in. •itis on shutiag the wind»w,a Inurth is not wiling 'or you to siuoke, Ac. The J 'ttiuey thus tiuceiaee a torture. It is to r, inedy this that tba artificial baby lyss inveoiel, Itisot India rahher, clad in thick wiaps Slot s booj, so luiicb like natnra as tu dt'Ctive snvone. There la a valve in its stouiaoh. Your ne'ghlmrs bava not yit peiesived it. You tske it soitly Innu under your cloak, aurse it lender y. and piiss upnn the eryiuK appsraiuo. Instsut- iy II liiitfiiis t» shriek. Y"U|show inxnty sud wuik the T ilve still ‘nore f ner^-iiu >11), "Ah ! poor liitle one I It has a 111 t Uon’t cr>. my tieasnre A" , &i!, With Ihese lavish carefses y^u all tha ttina luc't.tscs the prts'Uie. aud th iu> ■punee. ol Ibe niarhlna net sharper and siiarpsr UDtil they become intnleranla Yuur neli{bl>ors stop Iheir esrt; they urumlile, they prot'St, but wbst ie to be done t Y' u ply the valve ; tha Inlaiit no Uinuur cries—it bowls. At tlie Tery flrs: stsiion all your coinpiBiona d«ps'ti.il In has’e is svarob ol other sests, and you iiave Ihe entire cempartmeat te yuutscll. Victory 1 A lioTEViui. A week aito, ssys Ihe Virginia (Kovada) Uhronicle, a mao Ironi lt>iaton arrived an the C'liusiock to inspect its nevaltles. Whatever ba saw, bawaeai, did But as. lonish him iu kha least, Molhiag could bu shown him thst ba wouM eat vravely reiuaik uaoa, sayioit: "Hosinn ha. one j lit liks II, only hinusr,” Last evening he wss pss-iu.i the lutvinattoBai U.itsl tin B ■tieei jusl M ilusk, when a cap nf the chimney was tilawa desin by the win I. The opwa.a oitiular pii:ce el sheet iion. pkinteil black, auil alti(htly convex. The lour suppaits which ciinnectel it with the hliuney weie like legs, which held it a lew inches Iroiu tbu ground. As it Isli il struck )usl in Iront ol biiu, lehnunded lew liwrs in tbs air sad then, iiUwo by the wiiiii. went skiuiaitug alaag Ibe ysalk like a liviei ibinii. IVhil's thai I’ the Bi.loa nisn aiked, sunicwhat a.touiahed, "A lieitbng Iraiu the hntel," fepUed a WHir, "jatt c imlng oowii lor a little ex>|. cise." "By Qeorne r exclaimed Ihe strsnsir, I iieyer .aw saytbinu like it la Biy lite"—and then recolltclinK bia buiaa lu Boi:oa, added—"outside ol Bostna.” nSTAlLMEANiT ^e thiak thst the pawer of money ia on tbe whole, oveieatimsled Tbe greatesi tbiuiis which weie done lor the werld hive not tiees uccoeli.bed liy rich men. or by subkcriptbia It.is, but oieo generally ol siBsll pecuniaty ulsans. Tha gieatesi thinkeis, di.coverers. iaventors and artists, havu iK'sn oiaa ol iiiederate wellb. many nl them litti* raised above the condition msiiusi laboiers la Ihe poiet *f worldly ciicainstance.. And it will a'wsys be si Itiches are othener aa imoediment than a stimulsnt nl action ; and in many 0se» ibey are quite as much a misiorlane as a bieutnK. The joath who iohetit* wialth is apt to hsve li e made loo aisy lur him and so uinwa.saiad wilb It beosuse he bai nnlhtnit lelt to desiie. Baeini; BO special otiject lo struggja lor, he flads tUpa Ion heavy on his bses, temaios ineBtally end morally asleep; and h’s posl'ion io tnelet IS oiiee ao b'gber than that at a polypus over whtab (he tide fl ,atr. s ADVERTrammrt. C H L T ■ A 0 ■ ■ B«.~ Von eaa aaalljr InaNaea aalarj by devoting a very aauill BMrllWkar leisure time to my laiaraal. I da Ml iS pact ym to oanvaao Ibr mf daMMB B«att> ’a i>lan«o and Oiaaaa aalaa* aa* >eatltii | but liie earelM I re^airaallaaa 111 tioth plaaaant and praSiabla, #aU pattioulare freo. Add. -.BKA. WaaMagtaa, OAlrilLP.liAl^. “ M. A Is. D B . B I 0 O B O, BALTIMORK,. MIV pi. J. It. RICORD, Ml rartll Iwloar floward, haa doeotad tblrtv of hi» axienalve prantleo eopaelall*' t treatment of ('bmnloand Prtaaia till AlTectinns oftbe Kidnaee and ~ [>l«)waoa or the Ueart a»4 Luom ■lUa Diseases of the Blood. 1'bra and Skliij IXspaiMla, Btrietwiai, OIMR Miacaao ofitio Urloarjr Organa. UImm, i fsiielveDisobarges, Nervoaeaod Uublllty. TocNo iriir, vinilms o* ahueaand oxoaaa. wNk’ Hide. Palpitation ol tba HaiM riadag the Kars, N. rvonanaaa, SlooblM, Tia ity, Weakneeaor tho Baoii and Claab^ dIk-eHil'iii, should appljr bafera It lain, and restore vlK«r to tbair Midlao lOlnda, ere tbe.v entail aaha».awl '' itp-n those ol tbeIr poaiarlte. Private 3lseeaaa reeaalV aaa„_^ rnrml In (lirre daya. Xareury aad VMM I'bronin Gonnrrboa ar Olaai to «• dim bv a local application. ParaoM ai a df^ tanea by slvlnn avmpttvma, mndlrlntaaent by mall nr aspi.. A oure unarntoad In all oaa^ Write ay mptumadlraetad, apr I i-a DR. RIOCMWs m W. Paratta «.. BalUaaaNkaM PJOCKT MOUNT MltLl, ~ MooKruovm.w.%, • Jaaaary li^ Wa are aoir prepaiad^ la | trade wlih ^ SHlBTlNai. BBlBTUiait PLOW COTTONai YARNik all nt the hest quality aad at law^prilgA Oar letuM attistly aet aaab, M Atitm •ATTtl*l01( ■ Ma Baoky Vaaal, B.IA OBNSBAL VORWi ABIl laoky ■ N ABD^ WajiAil —L'sdnn rxcUigit, “WomsB is the ma-terpiece ol the uoiver-e.” Mourdan says. "Tae pearl ia Ibe lma«s ol parity, hut wemao, IS purer thaii ihe peatl.” Thaek- ery writes, “A annd woman la Ibe lute Ittst fl'iwer that bluuma aader heaven" Btlx a ssya “Bven the errors- of wmnan sprinii f'.r her Isilh in the good," Val. laire deelarra. “Ai| Ihe reaseglag of men are not oortli one ssatimsat cl woman'' Lomsrilne aaseita that '*woiaea have more bsart aad moia laisirlnaliea than men, Oiway rs.-lalAie, “Oh, wemaal lovely womaul Matate made ikea lo iti^pv aaa. Wabaa beat btatai trhbout yog.' Mk, vaa la IH Cmrntm ■•HMk, PramptaUe«tlo«glva aieula. Ltbaral Caab AdTanaia Miia m algnmaala, LCUBZB A tnoturr. RRranaiiaaa: W. H. Raaltb A i n. Marrow it Co.,A. WraBsi, Ma ' A. Ourrlbaldl, J. W. FkueaH, S, leu, Uatitaa, ■. C. ly^BTAliLtO BUKIAb wiiwaa Ti H iDii |It is a calamity wben abla b-idled men aie willlnii lo ha Idle, aod life OB tha oounty of others. It la aniait to Ihnee siho have to support tbeat. abd it‘la a ijiWs' itamsae lothemseMrea. Il lialHMaa a aisi io live upon hiahiaw^ II dtsiltiya nneS -ell-respeet, and ariwa ooereaiss to r>«| bimsell, bo aao' hardly «S|>s«l athwra. respeat him. It hat beaa aatd that diiba. ol mankind sra sai ‘stber B I'b, and It isptabaiyl ^ tbe depaodent loar-flt ^teat, {.kfttaslly, to taia aa tbtdevbo Mttala ' •AL% Paraoaa wlab^yMS oau alwaya obi ai lha istoro u/ I k'tn aiiU IteepInK, a> rtinmiloi UM Visrf very Loweet Pri Weldon, Mavsn. deliver Oaseik la tbam. I apr 4 lj|i

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