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EDITOlt AND I'liOrULETOK.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,
$1.50 PER YEAR
Strictly In Advance.
Al nigh, wlii'ii work is done, 'inM Uitvlow-3
pray lliut darken
Ami ding about the window, whoro once tho
huu w as bright,
Hvwt Buiimls come lock tignin, to wli'c'.i we
used to hearken,
At night, thou;h wo arc old, oitd Hie gray
1 'res ago to it tliut siiorj where the e is no
moro li -111 ;
fiiuii 'tinnn til ro oemo again sweet nlrsof
At nigl.t we two niny sit in shadow, open
l.o; hiui'W I lio tine; Iris Ji;is-o i w hen hope
was nil in .-iIit !
tSiltly wo him I ho soii",h of happy days do-
Al nilil th eiickot'ti voice sounds throiiuh
the slit .lows dreary;
Our songs, ahi-! like Ins, have neither cbnriii
Wo only ro.t mid slug, llll-llol hopes nnd
vi ioos woary,
A l ni";ht!
yio .i 'os-7.
OAUGHT AT LAST.
j:v m i vpy.
I novor alnll forget how it fared with
mo. twenty yean ago, who i, ih a gill of
eighteen, ' I vis I" I my fiioml, Mr-.
Miranda itriwn, who with lior invila
lion wrote ino t li;so few lines;
"It wiil be sue Ii an c.xe.'lleut I i mo to
n ino, Olivia, for Mr. Sil n S.lkskin is
in Now York making purchases for hi)
uncle" s st on;, mi l wiil Ijo il--lighted to
osiort you baik. Ami I'll novor speak
in yon again if you don't ouno. "
I'll is throat iloridud me. I awaited
Mr. Siik-kin's arrival with imp.iti noc,
a'ld hal my dunks alio id; puked,
when on o evening some olio was heard
lo rap viol- nt ly upon the front door
mi iiiiiioois ii'y exertion, c m-ideting I li -fact
thai ihoio was li boll and li voice
of exceeding meekness imjiiiroil of
Hi I ly:
"Hiy, do yon know my body by th"
niv,; of O l i-v i a Olivy; I, doublo e,
I,eo Oliy I.ee( 1 i sk d at the ro
ivry man's, but he did not know; mil I 1
went to the doctor's shop, and hu si'd
ho rei kone I ' I w is hei o. Isitf j
It w as Mr. S: lks'in, w ho ha I the en-
i1ok; in whicli in,' friend had placed
Irs letter of iniindiic'ioii to mo in his
hand. Ih- was a smalt, wry youn man,
with a baby lace; and ho smiled all over
as hi- poked the letter at ill" and sai I ;
"You are Misi Olivy I.-ie, I r. cki.n."
This was Mr. Silkikin. lie had come
to lea a id to stop over all nilil, and to
stmt oil m the morning, to the aston
ishment of in parents. ISut, not to b
outdone in hmpitality bv W.-steru folk,
they welcomed him heal lily; mid sittiii;; :
oti tin; sof t, lie smiled al intervals mi'l !
iiiHWered, ' Yoi, ina'ani," a id "Ye, j
sir," tooveiy roposition. AVheii an ;
impiiry was nude as lo t'hickain ihoo I
he io lied, "that al! it wanted wns ni ne ;
lali's' society," and then added:
"Talking of that, I swow, I've forgot!'
imd reduce 1 a note.. It wai from my
freti l, and read as follows;
"I'Kaii ' H.ivm : Hi iiuni "li a hard work
ing gill. Ilaniiali lin- left un' to he iiriui.'d.
(' oo.so an ii;;lv one, or she'll marry in n
mouth. I inclose cli. ck fur Iter fa e.''
"Ohio an hour ago," sail Mr. Silk
skin. "I can (jet a girl," fail I, remem
bering our Aid yne'ety and poor M ir
g:i ot, who could not get a place en
account of Inr unprepossessing appeiu
oice. ' lt.it llinn.ih miiiiod! It-iii
n ill is li-ty, and Inn boju with the fam
"Ladies," said Mr. Silkskin, "ar.;
bo u co in I'hickainiihoo. "
I instantly sent n ui'sienger lo Mar
jr.net, who was forty, rod-haired,
iock-ma k d, lime of onu too', aad
b'in I of onu eye, told her to pick up
at once and moot us at the depot in the
mor.iing; which, to cut n long story
bhort, she d d. Wi; cniero I the ears,
and began our long journey in silenc.
lluriiig its progroH Mug not howled
perpetually over "thu lonsoinniioss" of
her situation, and M . t-ilkskiu ap
peared ti) becuuo almost deaf and
diliiib. Ho smiled ore i-lonaU ,' ; and
when I spoke, he said, "Yes, ini'ain,"
'hill was alt.
M'linwhilea portly gi'ntlcmaii con
versed with mo over I ho back of the
seat, p uiiliug out placet el iutoiesl,
t.lTeriu mo nows apers and bringing
mo . lofreshineuti al stopping-places.
When he asked w hero I wai going, and
I stated thu fact that my destination
was C'liickiiinahoo, he said that ho w a
glad, for they mcdeil ladies' society
there. Ho was kind, le-p .-I'tuhle, old
enough to be my father, and really ro
Iicvcil the tedium of my journey great
ly. Ai wo npproai iied our linal stop
ping placa, he a ldies-ol Silas bilkskiu
in tbeso words:
'Yoimg mm, you taki thi" cigar
and go sin ike it in the Mtmlung car,
then c Hue back."
Htlas staled at him, but finally said
Ye i, sir,'' and went. Tlio atranjjor
iuatuul If to" hh so it.
'I want to ask you lomothing," lie
ciplaiuel. "A ro you Mrs. or Mi-si"
"Mi," Iiai I.
"Kigngcd to that young mini I scut
away f" ho inquired.
'Oil, uo," 1 answered.
"All!" said ho. ' doing to be? '
' II -iiven forbid! ' Iatnwered.
'Very well," ho ohsorvod "I'm ij.im-u-l
Price, of C'liiokani ihoo; I'm rich, n
widowor, but no children. I want u
sooond wife. Will you marry mei''
"Oil, no, indeed I" said I; "of course
"Is that final.'" lie asked.
' Yes," said I; "of courso it is."
"tiood morning, said lie. "If you
change your mind, let tin know. I'm
a solid man in Cliiekatnaho.). Y'our
fricuda will advBo you to liavo mo.
No olTen on either bide. Good- byo."
lie shook bands; Silas returned; the
slalion was roaehed; weulighteJ.
.Maiyaiet wai sent ahead with tin1
I iiiinlts; wo nioimifl into what was
culled a public- carryall, nnd Silas dinw.
inp; near to mo, nssu'iicd u sontiin-utal
"Wo Jul." the siiiiio'.s," ho stated.
"Do woi" n'od I.
"Yoi: and I) iniiiie 1'rowu's too."
"Ah ! I n sjiou led.
"Yos,"said rjila-. "Which would
you luthor hcv niairy us, sm ro or
"1 think you linvc gone era. 7, Mr
Silk-kin!'1 I ejirulated. "Wo have
only known o:u h other a fow days."
"That don't mako 110 dilTeronc;
heio," said r l is.
"Oh, don't it?'' asked I, ironirnlly.
"You iieodii't hi; so sarca'-tical," said
Sd is. ".'m real smart, mid shall have
a s'oro of iny own. I : t to bo do
-piso l. Is there any ji ior attachment f
' N,'' I ndinitted, "if you mu-t
' Oil, well," said Silas, "then you'll
o'laiioi) your mind when you've see i
more of mo."
"Oh, dear, no, that can't maku any
d dl ii'tioe," said I.
' What's thu matter with mo," a-kod
Silas. ' that you're so short! I've sot
m heart on it. You're so pretty, mid
your clothes lit you so j;ou 1. I bet a
dollar you'll ea:in;;e juur mill miiiio
' When I do I'll 1 't you know,"
' Very well,'' Bald Sins. 'T under
stand that that is san ustiial, too, and
as things be I'll i;o. My room will bo
preferable, to my coin pa ay. Tills is the
Ho help d mo down, smiled tit me
spa-inoilically, mid drove away. As I
rano; tin; bell 1 hi aid a hubbub of voices
within, mi I, as t he door was open, 1 1 -
,,r,., without further ceremony. In the
, ,1 1 stood my ti link and Maioaiel's
,-,,, n bos. M iraret herv If sat poi ched
upon it, with tiiuoi;i'i in h -r one (ireeii
y, while Mrs. Iliow u wi p' in li -r Una-
t,, rockini- chair
"Wh it is the matter i" I asked.
Kveryono turtle I. liectiugs weie
given. The explanations followed.
M tigarol had engaged henclf on the
way over to the unci who drove thu
wagon with the trunks.
He was that pnt'okiler to have mo,
I couldn't say No," said Mugaret, try
ing to blush. "And ho's a bou-.!) and
farm iv his own."
"Yoi, yes," said Mil. liiown; "but
stay a m null with in. lli'll wait; h i' II
"I'll not thry that," siid Mirgaiet.
"There's many a shlip twix' cup and
lip. And I wonder you ever say the
like to a poor giirrul like mo. I'll have
him whilst 1 have the chance."
"Well," said Mis. llrown, resigning
hoi -elf to fate, "it's tlio way here. All
"I looked at tlio nix Misses Itrowtis,
ranging in ngo from .sixteen to twenty
six. A'l blmheil at. once.
"Yes," said Mrs. Hrown, "they wvri
all engigi'd in a week from our arrival.
An I they w ill all he married torn irrow.
I told you to bring your light blue silk,
Toe next evening I was dancing at
the welding. Thorn was n lack of
piitiien. The g ntlenieu greatly out -numb
red tlio ladiei. I aisiiro you that
w hen I ha 1 danced four dan. ei, I had
refine I as many offers. Hit when 1
Virginia- reel with a
nalivo I'iiickam.ihooi in hu surprised
"Forward to meet your pirtaer," hang
thu loud ;r of the dance.
"You'ro tho prettiest gill in these
parts," iemirkod the nativo Chick
nuiahuoiaii. I tetirod.
"Ami I'm goiu' to hev yon,'' la'nl he.
"You'ro not," nid I.
"I' in a catch for nny gal," said li".
I'm half boss, half aliigito:, I an.. lio
"1 II tako tho warning," sa d I.
If you won'i hnvj
will your ' saal he.
"Nevi r," sai I I.
O ir will illteithllioi of plllliel'i
eoiniii' need ; then our gallop.
"Yi'uM I ettor not take a shiiio to
any other fel ow to iiih1,'' said ho.
"I'll jut .in inch of loll steel into him,
if yi u do. I know my rights, 1 do,
and I ftit in me I."
I danced no more that night. Mis
Itrowii comforted mo with the sla'e
inent that those weru Cliickamalioo
way, an I that I'd like it soon, but let
mo -it in a corner besi lo her, where,
she boiiijr n widow, 1 heiird her iec ie
four or live oilers from elderly eeiitle
tii"ii, which she decline 1 with u polite
"Thank you; not (his I fine,'' tlioiir.l:
ihoy bad be -n p'ates of ioj cream, and
I hcoiiu to understand C hit kainahoo
I will aid that duiino t!i-; nett week
oilers wore ma le to nci in clnnc'i, in a
shop, and at a Itinera!; but after nwhili
I did frrow uj to it, and felt no alum.
I slay d, in fact, nut il the winter came,
and skalinjj eoniMioiK e l ; and one day
we wito on the pond, wh'ii, gliding
gleefully aroiin I a turn of tin; bank, I
ran into a gentli'in m's arms. 1 knew
hiiu. It was the Hiowin family doe
tor, a hail I oime man of thirty. We
-at looking at each o her.
' If irt ;" a-ke I he.
"No, " said I. "Arc you;''
"Ye"," eaid ho, "about the Inert.
M ss Olivia, will you let mo tell yu
how much I have always udiniie 1 yon .'
Now 1 love you !"
"J ran t li"lp It, Mild 1. "1 ran i
' l'il let you Slav whore vim nru until
ou answer mo aii'ith 'I leitj in,'' sai l
ho. ' t'ouhl you Hkc me ;"'
"I go ms so,1 said I.
"Then l'.u th ; happ'od man alive, "
Ho "oramb'e l up, heli d mo to my
feet, mid w . sk it' ll back to our part.
".My dear, " I said, ilia whisper t
my friend, "tho sprit of ('iiienm:duio
has i ntir- d into me. I was not cn:;a
when I skate I around that corner. Now
lam. -Yen l'l'i ;'.
Snveil l!j Sm WimmI,
The lii'l Indii spite la leu ilippcr
ship, Anihuac. lMdiys out from ('
Ion, w as sighted receilly by I Inr 1 1
llercil'.es o!l lie cipei of the Del.iwal
leaking In l.y, a id was towe l to New
Yoik. S!i : had on ball a circoof
spices worth .fit) tl, linn, and tlio shi
w.n .;ve I from foundering on the vi-y
a ;o in a mod c irioiii inatrn r.
)a tho ship's sic. in I day out Ir-li
I 'vloii it was noticed tint tho ves-el
was leaking. The leak gradually in
li a-e 1 i IT the ( ape of I. ! Ibpi
after a seioie westerly gt c, willi i
iiiounlaini'iis sea. The water giittel
lanidlv. an I the course of the vcso l
was turned towarl S:. Hel-na. Hut
still tlii' !' ik ineiuisel totw. ii'y inch
p r hour, and Ciptain Wei Ion seriously
I'lintemplati' I abandoning the vo- -el
I ho would IT-ilriil'l V hav) il.iiio so
had not the v ; s i reached thu t.ulf
Stream current, w here the drift sea-w ee I
iked itself in'.o thi coves of tin;
shin's bottom, slunping the
giving all binds an opportunity lo rest.
Asleng ns pusiohi the vet-el wa
kept in tlii' greit c uieil of wai 'i, ami
then h r cour-'i wa-sloip d toward the
Capes. On in living i IT tho coast the
leak again iiicrenx il, nnd w l en found
by the lleicules tho ship wai leaking nt
the rale uf twenty-four inch -s per hour.
To the drift sea-weed nloiie do the
owners owe the salvation i f the lino t
ve-sel in the woild's inereli int limine,
and onu of the most valuable cargoes a
siding vessel has ev.tr broiig'it to
America. S in ha I on board over -liMltl
tons of Ceylon spices, vti'tted at lJ-1,-O.HI
An oxtiaoidi nry in: of sinngi'ling
is reporto 1 from Surabaya, in .lava. A
Chinese passenger having dud on board
a junk which was niuhoiel in theioad
stea I, the health elli r of the port
went iff, and, alter viewing the body,
gave the nccosoiry permit for I ui ml.
The inasii r of the jink tin-1 cm- mi old at the I no if planting. The Ir-c
shorn mid ordered a luge colli i of Ilu liicasuies S bet andl'i inches in circiitu
usual Chinese kin I. Ihu iig the ea rly ' fei em e -! fed from the ground am'
hour; of the morning the cn-w, will above the I u'ge of Ihe roots. It ii
the colli i, la i I t I, an I tin- I m r.il pro about TS foot hi ;'i, an I b n a .proud ol
ces'iou pasie I al nig t'ut street i. After branches) wbc'i c iv.sr n circle of li."
iho funeral the parly went l ack to tht' feet in di .me cr.' '
ju ik, which I .mi -.1 1 K .ly l ii out to -ea. j This m Has the Tinlu'iui', iC.l ) It
In the mid. ;o of ilu- day souk natives I ..' A 'it to cmne forward withabig-
found an empty colli i in theinibllo ol
tin' road elose by the C iiiie-o. ceineti ry,
which not only smell strongly i f opium,
but also hail small panicles of the iliug
adhering lo its silei. Ti:o iil.tmn
hoii-e niithoiillei found the makir of
the i iillin, who idem Hie I it as lite one
supplied to tho tnasli r of the pi ik and
tho dead body of the ( hiniiii
washed nOwia o ei afterward, t
it wns clear that ho had been thrown
overboatd, a i I tlieb tii.n permit tin d
to stnuggli on sIimo a largo c ill i full
CHATHAM CO., N. C,
( llll Irl.'I N'S I I MN.
W Kl.l. MAP II! 'li.
CI I Mntll'T I'i.S .HU
I'l oin oil' liel I'-ll
( 'mil" It I", ii'V ie
H i" e ill" I hoi littl" f-.X.
' Yi.u'r.i getttii : 1 irgei ' ev - r , day;
u're uri.w ln strung 1 t !
'I'l-tini" that you -In. ill-1 leave y -ni
And -It Hid h gin t istetl
"The farm -r's eye is ipie li an I k'n-n,
Th" e'ii k 'ti rui' - are h.' :';
Tit" iahl.il, It.- i. li . -t "I I" '.
'I'll lo i- parti-id:?:'. -It i- Iv
If y.Hi w-.i'tid 1 1 . e up ' i .. "Hi wit',
Yo'l inn t t..' v -i-y sl ,
Ymi'll have lo w :teli Iff t i t'oune"
You iiiul li v -ry slv "
"Yes, nio'lii-r," -a d l-.ii n llii-hy T-nl,
"I know j i t h w mil f.-el.
Hill I V" l -linn (- pr - I 'lb .nt;
l - I'.-llHy l.-ll :l.. t" -led.
Til i .ibt.il im, i',.. pnrtri I : Hi .
'I'll -ehfle II lo -N r- Ill -.ti;
li t I -hall w ut a .-':' i t-i p "I i" ' -
I s'.n II... v.-ry ly
I nt. -an t" live up . n n y wits,
1 -letll I e v r i- .-ly.'
SoolV lli -v b ell t
Il 'I- IV - it,
And l.-ft lli.-ir d -n of r.
And whi- li .-in- .u Hi" Iw
The ,i,; ,,r liMl . .,x'-
K.MTIII'I I. IN l ll'll.r. Till
"This," Mild l)". c oi Hays,
ably the la-t ship 1 -hall oyer butt 1, an 1
I intend lo have her is p-rd e1 as po-si-ble."
So he si b c'-t 1 a li" ni'if'll m ) b l, atil,
kliowin:; th it the owner waute I soni:;.
thing very superior, he spin: I no time
or money in piociiittig tin: best tinib r
to bo had atid the bo.t Wol kmoti to bo
found; and tln n In- wi'ched over every
?tick as it wa. hewn ami litte I in its
place, every phi ik th:i was sp ke l on
the Umbers, every -pir tia1 was pro
line I. Wh u tii'-y eiiiii to put thu
copper shiat'.iing over tho bo'.tom of the
ship, the do.-ieoii w t'i hed it very closely.
At oil" spot lie f. il l I (ho head of a cup
per nail whicli fastened th) sh-athitig
split. Tlio ileaco'i's i-yrs worn Ino lin
ing lather poor, but lie mw tin; broker,
head. '.Inn Spiki I, 1 see a nail brck- in
isn't there a little hole h its side.'"
"N t a bit of it, I'm snrtiii. Tlt. iu
couldn't a di op of water get in theie in
a e -ut u ry."
S the woi i of .l.iii was acc pied;
tin; ship was liiish'-l all launched,
nnd in. nle two or tiree p: porous voy
ages, liming olio ul ill" it .he lay
at a wharf in Calciil'a. Now, this,
waters waim wi ll that lil'le pest, the
ship win in. They ciawled all over the
ship, lilt ootid not fit Ihiotidi tin
copper situating. At length .Mis,
Ten-do lit upon the I ! -K I pa:l, found
the bltl.t hole, and ipii-i ' .-d lo i oil in.
I'lu n she begin to oil lb.' timber and
lay her e -us
I'l it. Soon they hatched,
and iitcteiseil till III it I tin1
of little ten' lo-, and the i t
the 10 t, till cery slii's i
-hip was lory ba lly wot in
tho ship io'eil ,.iiind, - i-!
in ido In r long voyage,
when in th t middle of ihe .
tint tic t am
in tho whoh
eaten. Sid' j
!,: I well, ami 1
At length, j
eie it oce ill, i '
w ill I how lee
il singing t .
es I' lll-d lip, I
ten I le storm nu t her. To
through the ii,'ginjr, i.s
f ineial d ii go. The w :i
atnl w I illied as if in agrni
' '"'"'i '"'' every timber and ip:ki
sti-tiaed to thou'miit. Thoc irgo whtcl
tiled (lit ship was of iniiuen-e viluo. '
The clow was largo aad ihi pa-sen gel
wi re many. Wi.rsi mi l wm-o grew the
stoini, till al but a hii:;e w i mi b" in. !;
her wit'i all its power. The poor shir
si legend, gr- lined nti.e, aid cruinp'o I
up like a piece of piper. S'io foundeml
at sea, in the daik nig.it, in lint nwliil
B!or,n. The i i.-li cir:;o al! wen: lo iho
bottom of tin: ocean. Tho dioivnel
men un 1 women -auk down, down,
lili es b-foie they r.-led ell tho holloi,i,
AH done through the neglect of .1 ir
Spiker, who was too un feith.l ul to mniei
thu ho'o ma do by tlio bioki n nail.
V.-.n-s ..' I.jf,t.
Tun llig Walnut Treoi.
( a'avi ia- it'll.) l'i .,. ', (ells ol
an Y. i gh-h wai i ut tree in t ii o (i I eh,
Calavela. C -nnl v, that Stale, which it
do-cr Ins as follow-: "This walu.il
tree wa p'autod twenty four y mis ago,
1 an I w n Ibon -lit to be ab nil Iw.
of whicli the foil. .via:
S.llplloll Is givi
jilanto I f, om the
i go, iieni tne
: "O ir tree w.i!
eil thirty four year:
town of C lunibia,
i, -a tint wo l known .1 it vi
tie properly ol M". ti. F,
Mi I'her .on.
It is 11 feet in ciiciimfeienc i I feet
! above thi ground, and about TS feel
high, w ilh n sj lead of nearly Hid loot.
O.iobrani'i ni- nuios tl loot in i r. utufor-
clue, one 6 feet and two o'heis-l fee'
J ru b. Oa ihe nine ranch ihoM is n
j mighty oak with u tiiciiinforoneo of Hi
fed 0 iuvlies from tho grouuvl,"
OCTOliKIt 21, ISSti.
Fio's Broadway ami the People
Who Frequent It.
j Tho Greatest Street on
i American Continent.
The O.id r is a Harrow street, but
the grandest on thii continent, nnd for
some th ugs tho grandest in tiin West
era llonii p'lere, tay.s a Kio .Janeiro
(lha.il) coi lespai,, lent of the Charleston
W 'lit I ('-' ')-. No vchiilo or brute
creature is a! low id on it. From store
across to store tie' street is full. It
1 looks queorfee p- pie in Ihe middle,
j but, it-w not lioa lw ay. Then is uo
J rush. Kiery one has leisure. Tho men
( in elegant br -tideloih, silk halsuud dia
monds p. Il tlieir cigarettes, stand in
groups, st ire and tal's.
! Ovtdoi in -a'l e.ii-triinipet, und the
, name is appiop:ialo Heio polit-cs is
1 tain ! fioin morn til! night iiud, f-.r al
I know, from night till morn. Hon
! btiidiuts mid artists knot together, and
'"' ! hen- soiio'y men gusip. Kveryb'jdy
! go's ti) ihe o.idor lor Ihe news,
j lb ie one buys tho finest of I'ver;-l'ro1)-
ihiiig: il.tminl-, silks, inillinory,
feat her flowers bluff ! Ir.nls, laees, etc.
This is the lies' p'ace for seeing the
gianl b-di.'s. They .-hop in i o-tumes
wh c'i are a ino-t fil l evening -Ir-'ss. A
I ntiiiet or bit if i'.mj lisite mtterials,
ia-ltiil:ed direct fioin 1'aris, slipp'M's,
la-i. i loo. ant kid - and ll-ntvof iewvlrv
all in: hi: sonn thing sltirtiing to i n J
folks. The ladies an' pretty, only al 1
........ i ..... r... f trl. !
..... ., The... or,, -ilwivs ntleil led' It !
(hap. 1 ul s.
'i In re :uo two distinct cli s-s, irre-
specliv of color-tin: tell, and the
poor woiki:i . e .p'e. Tne A-ii 'ric.uls
and li ,gli-b mo the mid. lie class, and,
as far as dn -s goes when I see a plain,
striw 1 a', kid gloves, etc., 1
know the weat 'l' is a foieljil'l'. 'Ihe
The woiKin; woin-ii, black and iia'ive
Hia.ilii'is all weirdaik skirls, one or
two fiill-, wiih saijiei, a shawl or
cloak, and absolutely nothing on the
In ad. No matter bow hot, every one
wears a wrap, an I, if tho s in bo sc m h
ing, th-'y (.,) Ii.uch 'a'le I, except occa
sioiially a pl iiu par.isol.
Tin li n- lail:e- do not yo out. much,
except on the tlv d r. One s i s them
mo-liy I ilo in th-- afternoon or a' night.
I'heir dies- is -ilk, lace or some elegant
wool, always light weight and g rally
light cob r, e.Xtepl that now there is a
sa l amount of bi n k f. r the lecent
-com igo. Tiny lollo.v our id. -a ol
I'lench -Ivies, much tiiniill ng. Il:;l-t
atol -ll, II com
i an be ca-il
bin , I ions that no dt --
iinlla'ed. They dins: to l-u-lle-, point.. I
loci, an I hat with I he most, elegani
(low els I eve.' saw.
Ilia III 'lull .'lie iplile I otlllll-UI. lira, e
lets of gold me In-ivy cie -II -ll to be a
bind n ; mi l g'oves ale so lle-ll, h ue
Hid p'lfect tllll Illle c -III I die of ellVl
With, ill ball' Irving, it she weiecliv:oit
of lino dre.-iiig in cveiy del nl.
N xt to the nioiinlain and the bay
the loveli.-t tin a ; al" the llo w or y ar I -.
Kvery hou-eh i-a tl 'Wer yard, no nut
ter bow small. lb in rally thole ale
pidins and largo, bright foliage plants
iiud loses. The beds are all fiim I ul,
the walk, are pirfcttl.- kept, and i v. r
thing is a- lie it as po iole.
Tlielo is veiy little lulling; often
there are statues, urottoos, piviiion-,
etc. H ;t every 1 en e is a I'm tress of
il-alf. i nerally the wall of stono i-.-unni'Uiiled
l y all iimi ia ling w .tb top
of spikes, the whole lr.uu eight to
twelve feet high, or peihaps lu ue. The
massive iron gac is 1 eke I, mil one
stands on the pavement and rings lo
know if the sen.. r:i i-ia. 1' does not
look very hoipitab e Thii ugh the
gileway we got a view of I hi lovely
rounds, often ipiite hir,'r
A ( In up lelephnno.
A tchphilie i a il be very easily tnadi
for homo u-e, and will w uk well forty
rods or more. Huy small i upper wire.
lave a box lol eac I luuno -11,0:11 iii '-ie
of n cigar box, with nv-r; the box
should bo two or three It c'les deep. In
tho rover 111 ike a small lotiud hob-about
as huge as a pea, mil dim ly opposite
another as large as 11 -liver d dlar. I'iaoo
the sin ill hole next the w ill. Hi tween
Iho box mil wall nul l be p'aced four
Hiiiill pieces of t ul '1 i --taken from the
heel of an old rubber boot. Now draw
the wire tiglit enough lo bold tho box
in place, wind around a n-iil phiod
au 'ss the largo opening, mid your tele
phone is done. Cam must be taken
that the wire ib.es not c inio in contact
with anything. Leather straps can be
t ik -l to pstsor I reel to keep the win
What is the difference bitwecn in.
npple nnd a pretty girl, unless it is thai
V 011 s.pioeze an apple to get cider, lied
you get 'si'le a pie ty gul lo tipnee
How a Dead tiolj Was Koiintl.
An extraordinary cyi'lencJ of tho
leinonnbleuess of an old tim) Mip-liti-tion
was given hero nci-ntly, s:iys an
Oregon corii.-pondent, whe-i the body
of n young in in who had been drowned
was found by placing one of th) du
c n-cd s shirts on the W ill i's sin laei;
and fo low ing il in a b tat until it sank.
Tne young tu in's name wa- Itan, nnd
ho was drowned whil.- I titltiu; in the
Nodaway river in company with .--vera I
s i. f 1.1 !
aeon a i anc rr. 11 an u-s -
depth, mil wis di )wti"d b-foie any of j
the more nccontpli-he I swinuuers cou'd
gel to his assist n -if.'. Too alarm was .
givoi, I ut It wits some hours before
sea I ch could bo mad'.- for th; holy. j
After every I (Tort bad been mule by!
dr.gging and diving it was tiig-e.tcd
to throw the shirt lio hit on just
befoiehe went into the water. Neat
the stino pile; a mill was drowned
in the N'ubtw iy river a few ye n- ago
and bis body had I e 'tl toll ol by the same 1
expel illl' llt. The- i u-lolil n ij lire that
the shirt be throw n in about where tin:
drownel one entered tint stream.
Agreeably to cu-totii, M". Taylor, a
leddeut of thu neighborhood, spre id
out the -hilt with ' ; bosom downward
and amis -Ireli he 1 out on tho water,
mid let it 11 i:i. o;i doiva th : -trei n as it
would. lie foil we I slowly after it in
a skiff. After the shin hid lloi'ed
along for ii'iout 1 )' f-.-t it su bl-uly
sank it'umii d iw n. Th- man hurried
wi:h tin--kiT and w.i . 1 by wlicn
' the la-( vestige of th- g ir iieut wa-seeu.
I Tin u hesti-pp-1 anil felt down with a
'"".-f polo light after tho skirt mid
touched tlio body wi h the end of Hit
nolo. II" 'ol 1 the' cnresiioiiil 'lit that
sl"ff letted .dmot ever
tho 1, . ly.
ml that be let the polo follow right
own I v the side of tlie -k If, ton- hin ;
' the holy aim .st hum -diate y.
was '.Hid i I the i-rc ot'c of seveial
jwdiies.es, who coiinhorated lis s
The t.obleii Appl '
j The ipii'.i". which is
; regard d a a fruit of v
! ele.' iiit cha'ai lor, is n
! iio-s"-sin-' mole ;i es than in
j fi nils of its family. l l cokcr it is
l i Xt e d ugly i i it u li n -imply baked
i in a i oven and .-pr nkl.-l with sugar; it
j makes a .1. hi-.ou - pre - ti -, a li io mar
j inal ele, and a j" ly ol great delicacy,
I highly value I jn tin. .at troubles. Its
I , oi ci and - i ds have b li I om I I i b t
agn-eabl o iling . v il al-. i long diymg, ,
and the,- an; lull ol a mueiia :iiioii- -lib- :
stain " wh c'i, owing to it. d. in il.t n t
lialui', 1 i -Unable in br.ei. Inal I r.oil'l" -and
ci ug'is, w ii It h d, luted is u- I in
vai nm- cie- w a shi s, and w hu h n I irgoiy
i . nip iiiid--l in w ha' i ill d ban l-i'ine,
i'i-Iv a- popular a d-i - la ; tor tin- Inn
I- lb" p. I Ultl d p HI I b' Well' o'l. O.
1 anwhll" til" li rill' V a!l-.r led m b,
Ihe ,,! , e is e p .1 lll I el 11 . 1 .1 b!e . ill
i roc,' iho hu-li "I Ihe 1 1 on pi"' I mi ng
kind being cover d w.tb l ug" p-tale I
, ..-oiin of an c.pr-i:e ..'c pink and a
llio-t de'ii It pel I I'll '. I I I Un bil-ll i'I
lie-; cell s w Ii 'nil I- n I ll-d b- al
ll. g b o. -'Ill of a l! .icing -i n - i t, who ll
give- it gieal v ilu a - : main at il
!il lib; whi o 111 a i iltii'i I he gn at.
-p'leles of d-iW Ily got I -ei III I III ly !'
-'. am with a spicy li.igiaioo id inde
i r b ible I ichne ... Hie . nm ' i a
S. u'lu r.i gr iw Ih, foil a 1 will in Aluca
in I As a. tin I it n ce.oh ah -I ilin-u -li -
all! lac O.I lllal liter-It , ll" N ' il t of
di leelable tr ll's i, il re w,t Ii ml it
thele, and il-aroui ti. i the pages of
ihe .Ho'o.l,, AV''". "''i'1' '!l ' 1 "''
allaiis d has as many n-lv.icate. a the
or mgi: in 1 1 nniug I" ' ' ' 11
Annie of the ll p rid"-. .-, , i'
hulil llillars fur Urnaitient.
"Aim -I till of ouv gold dol'ars an
Icing ii-cd hi i'ipo es of ornament,
ami I heir fate a ti me I i mi) "f ox. haugc
has long been do 1,110 I," sai l an 1 tli- ,al
,.f the 1'hi'a lelp'.ia mint roc ntly.
We are , nly i.d iug about .MnlU pel
vear f--r mono! irv en u'ul mi, and thi
stna'l ainoii it is 111 - nit by the Tn ii ury
liepai liiient lo b 11 ly lor the pur
p.-se of k cp'ng eiioii;h oil hand b
111 ike c'i uige ill pa Oiig dop i-i'on ol
,;.,d bullion. If it were ti"l for this,
probably the coinage of g' l I dollar
w.ai d be -Uipemle I. If w c lined
I iiiin Oil t gold il. llat s j eailv, the de
mand wnul I not bo satl-lie I. A few
d iys ago we received a lettel from 1
man liviti' in Cincinnati who Mantel
inn g dd dollars. Wo nnswerel that
wo could not grant his roipiosl.
lie then wrote t.) Ihe Secretary
,,f the Tn asm y nt Washing
ton, and the letter was referred to tin
Hi1ect11rofthnMi.1t, .bitnei F. Kim
ball, who wrote to the gent li III in n
Cincinnati lhat bo could not bo nccnni
modaled. Uiicctor Kimball bus olliid
ly not li"l us by letter that tho siiial
eoinngo of gold dollars should be di
liibute I from the Mint heio with erne.
! not lo a'low llu-m to pus-into tho lininl
j of manufacturers for mutilation im
utal lo ton version Into articles J
adotumeut. rtitliulelinia Jiecord.
Om; PiUare, one insertion-
Oil!' miiinrc, two insert iotin"
One Hijuurr, one mouth -
For larger advertisements hlji ral con
tractu will bo in :".'.
R.-gret! li.yret lii-n-t'
Til-ed eyes Willi self o-.'slt .IV 'M ,
Uy d.-i.v s l.r .ml ln-ioii r tiii lni 'lit 'l's
A -i.i:iiant "i i-1 Unit ii-m-i -Ie -
Th.it h null-niv w.-iKoie. Iiotir- iii'l -" ins
Tin- eler ol llll I'.itn-I .Ir .oil ;
'III- I'd i ll" w.i'i-l- I" l-'fiA'-'
And wi-h no I ii,'.'' 11 '. """ "
Itrr-t! I'.-.-.-t! H".i"''
1 ..It. n tl.llill had iv-' I' ll t
i K-o nil III" -a i tl w -r- "f youth
' Ibid died nnd I -It li'--'- ti.-M u i'h;
y:,,-I "t 'h- j i m n -nt den
'I li d.-n. Iron. Il .nt the 1,1 of 1
And tliorn ,!' w 1 1 1 1.
Til" e;, v a ' i
ll I .-".lel'
I. k el-aid lll'.l'-;.- wile I til- -HU I'"- set
Tli.'i' Hit ncr. the .l.uslin:: -l-i s
And hint- the evoiii.io: - . old-ll dyes:
Tliat can-., the I i i.'iii .-ie I -tin- I" '".
An I. ".Mlle-i inn 'i- nnd lit - ni.'ii'l. " ii'""n.
V. be. oid lo r -i:'. -i c.r II t
III w i. Ion's we ..1 i I d'U-ii l"K'"l
It ,-r I ' It "!' t ' l: -;'i.-t '
Tile s 1,1 !"..! I II. -II gilt ill II! -. alld Vet
'J'ln , a ;h d.-ptli- ill en alid ini-t afar
I i;:..' up ill that pit II ; -I'll'
And f.-.-l a w,l 1 .VI ."i- thrill
I If j..y i i. Il.ild. . .vol -'ill
A Ie p-l' .1.1. '-r. .I"ir Hi d 'I.',
J owe t . T it l!".l- t ' It-vr "t
- . I' o.,(. i ' ...i t.'e'.ol.
In 1,1- loin !in.-s the
lior i s of bis w hoa ..
K i:!r..:i 1 nt"n i p it
N. ii ly i. II lia.ns :u c i m
Tne water Ii'y Ko.-p
wat'l' about as well
iin.tir tells bm
i'.b i ti in du'l.
Ih d to run oil
it i head above
' 11.,. d inorirng. Mr. tiou 1 ; you've
aiiiveil, I M-o. Ib w did you have your
wilei" "1 h It hoi tal' iu'."
h.'inge say.-: "I nomas A. J.'li-
-on r n ' ly s
da ." Tin
I r .bii.l. g-
i p. more than four lioiirs tl
bilanco of his sleep bo
It i-n" l every i
il it ry that has, 1 iko
Mates, the lie cho c t of ll
national Int l. liu-i i won,-
key.g ibbler, if -ho d ue I.
Stein I'.iieiU tin a vo-in r appltc-mt
Hu Ins daughter' - ban 1 1 : Young man.
i .,ii you -uppoi t a I null . : Voii-ig Ma
i ni'-i Iv I x i : 1 only wautc I S.iiaii.
"Aien'l yoi a-hained to be -ci-n light
ing wiih thai brutal .laikiin b iy on tho
(street '." a k" I .lohnni.-'i irab- in ath -r.
"A-h o. -df " u p tilled .1 ihliaie, in sur-
pii-o. "A -ha I' No, why should I
I,. .' 1 licked him."
S iys a phv-'ciait : 'li.-il health de
mands that tin- i Ih be .1 I whili)
lislecp," We have known ill-la'tei'S
w In " a in in'- health would ha'." been
inatci lalli' iiopi-v
lie mil. i lo-c I aw a!
I if he h id Up' Ins
Mix-il Irnil. lor l'ieen in:.
There ale - ie 1 1 llll I"" acid lo III)
, : I alone thai are leiy lltile'l illl-
pi ivi I by mixing otleis with them.
1,1 ickbei i ies put up with ie 1 plums or
blue plums an- bellei than cither of
the-e Iruiti i-nuied -epo atol y. I'liims
are loo tait at.d bla. kl criiei tin- .pn'i)
lll li-ll in-ipid, ll of I lie -III ill. -t Vllleli'-l
,. ll the i - a -- ol I bo a wot one. A veiy
pi Id plib'o ililb-ieui e is shown in the
alio unl ol sugar es aiy lo swo.-leii
Ih. -m when coined together. The Iruit
in b" taken ball and hill or in tho
proportion of one tlrid of tho sour
t'lii ities and i a-phoirioi togo'her ina'vi)
a Very good a iee, -tewed, also lan p
beillesaud i" il I a ii t s, but citiiant se"ds
me very ob -. tio i.'ible lo mi'ii pe iplo.
The juice- of the hi I lll lk"ci llcllt
jlly. lii-pbittv oi bla -kl'iiiy j ml niil
be mad" In, til the loll-.wi lg recipe. T.
twelve pollll I - of b II le. t ik" - ids
,,f i nt appl . r.-1 Am o Inn, peeled
and iiutorol; c mk tho Iruit together
with j'I'-t -nth leit water in the begin
ning to keep the apple, from 'fuelling.
11 il bald for two hour-. Tiii-n add
twelve pounds of white sug u and boil
haul twenty niiini'es. An extra -.tovo-lld
on th'1 ,,, of tho one next to (ho lin)
w ill pi i i out 111 t ft nit It mil Imiii'iig.
Iron ling- .an be pnnha el al the till
shop for a lew cents, wiiich ale Very
convenient f'-r -t Hiding ilu' le' I ti nil
w lit o d.'iii g slow c ..iking; all .Id pie
pan lliveitel will pi. vent the conic US
in n -mill kettle It. on bin ning. .1 inn
nee I thorough m .1. ng in . id' i to in
Mint their ho -ping wiili-ut in i'd if put
A Ho; SitM't t'o n r I. iios
A big N. w loii id an I dog iiainn I
I'eto, who belongs to Mr. S.n th, in
11 Ino. nt, Woslchestor t ie nty. N Y.,
-lived bun lil lb boys fr in drowning 10
i i-it 1 1 v. tioorgo Smith, I I ; bis toother,
Oscar, H,.',auk Wilson, 111, nnd an
other little boy got into a boat oti tl
mill creek near their hoin". Tho lopo
bloke and I be bo i' dialled into thu
-Ileum and stole I towaid the dam
The dog baw lb- boys' danger, and hri
plunged into the stream an I sw un out,
lo the boa'. One of lie boys gta-pivl
'tis collar, and nnbl t 1'. to lowed iho
ii nt safely to shore. Sniee then he hut
been tho hero of tho town.