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THE CHARLOTTE MES
VOL.* m. NO. 38 CHARLOTTE, N. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1887.
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CHARLOTTK, N. C.
In Die IntereaU of the ColorMi Poople
of the Coiintrr.
\W* nnr) «nll known writan will roobrlb'
■ii» l.> It* c^uiiine ffMn lOffemt parte of the
fuiitry, nnilit will oonUIn the Utnt On
»T»I Neneof fhe«l»y,
Tirr. MeMBttiui U a Srat-elaaa newqiaper
■wl win not allow peraoBal aboaa lo Ita eol-
tim>». Ittonot mcteirtan or partlaan, but
•n lependeot-MleaHiiK fairly by all. It r»-
owt r* the right to criUcIn the ihortcomlnp
>'1 ell pablle offldala—commrndliiii Um
worthy, and ireonuDe^ng for alartka aoeb
oini a> In Kaonfnion are bM ndtad to anra
ilw int«r«ata of tba people.
It l« intended to npply the Ions fait nerd
'■f a new^iaper to adeoeata fbe rtata aw)
'I'fend the tnMr.-ete of tbe Nq^ro-Atiarlran,
■Aimially In tbe Piedmont eertlnn of tbe
lAltrav* m Adeonee.)
W. C. SMITH,
Oharlattc N C.
• I'tll rereotly pasaed the TenneMee
Senate granting a poaeion of ten dnllara
• mnotb to Coafederate and Federal aoi
dirr' who hare lost the tneAf their eye*.
In the Ilouae it waa amended, tbe amonot
S'ing increaaed to twenty-llTe dollar* a
mnnib and made arailaMe to thtae who
lo«i lioth lega or both arm*, or the u*e of
ihem. while engaged in aetiee. aervire in
• iiher the UoioB or Confederate armiea,
;ind who do not receive a panmn from
’he Federal goremnent.
The Boston OuriVr thinka ‘'aeraein-
cenio'i* lawyer might turn an boneat
penny into larger coin by puhlUbinga
hindhook of tbe abuaire thinge a man
may aay to or of hia enemy without in-
'Hrringtbe penalty of tbe atatute of U>
hel*. It ia imd to be aUorraMe to call a
mao a crank, but mppoae one called bia
adveraary an aMermaa or any term of
eimiiarly deep opprobtinm, what then}
Many a man with a very pretty talent for
iDterpretabon la livii^ a hampered and
infraitfal exiatence in conaequanee of
painful doiAts m to wbat be may or may
cot aay. A tabulated atatement of tba
'pitbeta ezj^idtly or by implication al
lowed by tbe law, would reliere and
iruide tbeae perplexed and barraaaed
• pirii'.and be of inestimable value in pro-
nxitingtbe well being of aociety in geo-
>ral, since tbe anger which expends itself
tn words ianot left to amoulder into no-
rnrou* deed and to tubet|tul« for tbe
harmleaa wounda of the to^ue injuriei
more potent and enduring.'’
In my beari a tender nng
Ha* been seundlDg very Ion;,
Fbr As teoea so wondrcDs aneet
Were the fliat my ears to greel,
And«ball be tbe last to nil
Oval*my departing soul;
It waa beard in hour* of pain
Berne In patiimee for my gain,
It waa anng to hnsb loy urica.
It waa Shown In loving eym,
It w*a taught my Uqiing tongua.
And I weald It might he eung
Aweet as angsA sixuc a^ve—
Tbe pur* song of mother's love!
Mother's love! Ob, who Aall measDre
AB tbe moaning* this may treasure!
MTsary yniare of toll and aorrew,
Ihjpm the dnkiag hsart would borrow.
Prayers thatriaethmagb lawioftMn,
Fond dovoCJoft fringed with fear*,
Arif-dnlal, asking iton*.
Faith, whoae 'vairjc is never run—
Mother's lor*! it never quails,
TQi at last tbe great soul faib,
And the ti*ml'1lng hauda are dTonml,
And the daiinUee heart is stoppedi
Theo In vain regi-et w* pin*
For that m«th*r'f love rtirina
Omy moihor'noW to you
May ray gratitudo b* tm*.
Aununer baa here fall of storm.
Winter now aofoldt your form.
And your head hoglns tn show
Trarea of th» failing wtow,
Yel would I *arli r*r* nrasa
From that iJear familiar far*,
Bring your *ye* Ih* happy glow
Of your rhlUhond long ago.
Re one rhiki who did not rail
Tn return before too late
Mother's lov*. klai, and rarM,
All her latest dai* to blem
-RieVnrdL Dneson, in fAefSirmst
'■nLlI MR.>?. COLE.”
wen every minata expecting her death,
ind tiie'e so doubt gone by tbti time,
boor soul. Bhe tbioks Jane Colh wU go
to the funeral, if she knosra of tbe oid
"Why, of ronrae, they ought to aend a
mwtsage led let 'em know," repUed Mfi.
HlUet. ‘•They're their own kin, though
bbt very high; and nat'iblly they'd go to
Mrs. Miller turned aside two squareilo
kp^ to Fanny Bate^ Mr. John Colo's
TOe's lister. Hiss Batea was seated at
her window aewiog, aud Kis. Miller
I called to her:
j “Bay, Fanny, does your aiiler Cole
I know that old Mrs. Cole of Bamville's
I “DeadI Good gracious! yeiMon't aay
’■ soT' aaid Miaa Batea, dropping her worl
I and leanliw out of the windw. “Do
come in ^ tell."
I “Well. I can't convmienUy stop jest
now. as it's lime io be putting on dUncr,
and Biram's ao particular. But I'v Jett
this minit beerd from lira. Brown that
tbe old lady
courae, the funeral will be to-morrow.
Wonder if your sister Cole will m("
“1 don't know as she's faeara of it,”
Mia Fanny Bates answered, in some ex
citement. “But ITl go right round and
see. We never hrarn tbe wm tick, or
Jane would have gone up to see her,
though bommonly there ain't much vlslt-
Ing between Vm.”
Mn. John Cole was busy making ap-
e le dumplings when her sisler rushed into
“Jine—oh. my! I'm most out o'
breath. Hive you heard of old Mrs-
Cole's death io iiamvillrr’
Mrs. johndropped thedumpling which
abe was just rounding symmetric-ally in
the palms ofber hand*.
•‘Good gracious, Fanny! you've given
a turn. When did she diet and bow
General Boulanger has retaliated upon
Bismarck, who hu h^un lo Ocrmaniie
.tlsarr and LMraioe by auppmung all
Frenrh mrietie* that exrinda Oennans
’’•'IB m*raberahip. and nuking the study
r German oMigatory in tbe public
'• boob. Boulanger baa ferbiddea all
'iffiier- of tb* Ftwb^ *1*7 to empRiy
say German servants, male or fem^, or
• ' goirmeasea or tutors. Tbe eccaaion
of thri order ia tbe diarovrry that the
C’lrernesa of the rhildrea of tieacni
Dsionet. rnwimandiag tbe Fourteeath
'rtny i-orp* at Lvoos. is tb* wife of a
f'’u«*ian nfierr who wa murdered ea
fi'-niter. A Lnodna comapoadrat
*'”>'■ that Bntilaager feared that tbe
c vrne-4 might he prompted by patriot-
”01 IO |wnw1 about at aifbt makiag
’*•1* ' f fnru aad drawia^ ef repeating
• *'• Only a abort lime ago 0 way
"w highly indigaaot hrcaaae toysAnet
^•■iw> •naaufaetared in Fraaee aad soM
t * riier ia tbe Jkaeaof ^ iha, pab-
BY « A. WEISS.
■ Well, 1 do decltrc. .Mrs. Stebbinil
So you've been up to Bsrnville. and never
let a soul of u* know about it I"
"Oh, ' Kaid Mr*. Slebhins, as she
alighted from a wagon at her own doer,
and shook hand* with Mis* Naylor, who
happened to 1* passing, ‘ vou lif. I only
went foradiy ind a night, an didn't
think if worth while to adverttiw it on the
churrh donr' I wanted to buy aomn dry
goods aad kitchen things, and they're
cheaper in Barnville than id a little place,
tike this And beside*, there'* my niece,
Maria, whom I hadn't seen since her Imt
baby was born, and the and tbe baby Ixitb
in poor health. Ao 1 thought I might as
well go up, and ao kill two birds with
“To-bc-sure! And bow did vou find
Marta and tbe baby? And bow' are all
thefolka in Baroxifle?”
"Well, I was glad to find them two
Iwking prettv smart ami spry; and as for
t. I di'in't hear of anybody being
in tronble, unlesa 'tsras old Mri
So old .Mr*. Cole'* rick?" said
Mias Naylor, with a look of aroused inter-
‘‘-knd what is it ails her this time?’’
Why, nothing much. IreckoD. I did
bear Mann holier to little Brtty Cole, and i P**!!” *i,
•*k bow bergran'ma wa* to-day; and abe '
said ’bout tbe same a* icstcrdav. Maria
asked If tbe fever was'gone down; but
then Jecras mine is to dinner. k> 1
didn't hear the real, sod fomt to ask
Mariaabont Mr*. Cole."
'Well, well! I'm soiry to bear ahr'i
skk, poor soul! for tbe's a good woman,
can't eaey afford to spare iueb
■ well OB in year*, and i've bqrn
.rather expe^n' to bear of her being took
down. coMidrria' she'* ov^ sixty. But
law me' I musn't keep you standio’here
la tbe street, anti you juai eptne home
Ooed-by! sod depend upon mr for ownin'
rouM soon tn see what pretty Ibi&gs
yow've brought." '
With this Mita Naylor turned awar,
'Bbewat dying when Mrs. Btebbina
left Barnville yesterday, and Mr*. Miller
says the funeral will be to-morrow."
“And they never sent me a word of
meaage! Well, that beats! But then
we Ought io make aliovrance for folks,
when there's a death in the family, and
so mneh grief and trouble, and such a lot
of things to attend to. Braids, It
mightn't be convenient to get a horse
ana a boy to come fifteen mils to let us
know; so all the nme, we’ll go to the
funernl. 'Twnuldn'l look friendly, nor
I like kin, not to do k>; and you can go
I can go along with us, Fanny, being
I John's sister-in-law. They’d tak* it
I kindly of you."
"And there'!Mrs. Hill,'' 4p Fanny.
"She's some ^rt o' kin to the Cols on
the old man's side. Maybe tiie and her
daughter would like to go, m they've
got agarrymll of their own. 111 just tun
rounil and let her know.”
Mn. John returned to her dnmpUngs,
with a deep ai^
then«" looking around on her own eager-
ntd ttStmiagi “children never enn reulxa
m^wmnas of dsth."
Tiuly walked wiemnly Intp tbe parlor,
iha door of which Johnny had proudly
ihfovfi ojMfl, and seating UmnMlvs in
I black tow against tbe wall, rigidly
awaited the appeannee of one of tbe
“It'a mighty slrange that the cofilp
isn't in here,” whispered Hiis Bates.
“And such a show of flower* I All aorta
of coloi*, too!"
“I taell cake,” aaid Mrs. 11111.
Just then Muter Johnny's voice was
■*' " ig at the head of
scntly Master Tommy came skipping
“Beeal I aay, Bess! liere'i a lot of
folks come to the circut 1"
“Graetous goodness!” said Mrs. Cole.
“Did yop evert’ wbisMred Mrs. Hill.
And the two young Cow suppremed a
“I told’em," he announced, briefly.
A little itlraa the ladies settled them
selves primly in their acala.
“Be ^iet now!" whispered Mm. Cole
to her daughter. “They're bringing in
The door opened, and there entered a
portly, pleaaant-faced old lady, who tmil-
u^T held out her hand to tbe viaitom.
They all timullaneously atarted to their
feel, with varioue amazed exelamationa:
“Why, the land's aakel”
"Have mercy on us!'*
“Why Mm. Cole!”
The Md lady stopped short, leokingal-
moet as surprised and bewildered at the
A dead silence eosued, then all looked
from Mn. Cole at each other.
“It seems there has been a mistake.”
laid Mr. John Cole, who at this instant
opportunely enler^, having stopped
outside to fasten hi* faorees,
His wife nudged him, but be was be
yond contmling his feeling* at this mo
ment, and burating into a laugh, he seized
the old lady's banns in both hU own.
‘'1 declare. Cousin Cole, I'm delighted
to tee you looking so well -never taw you
looking better in my life. And to Ihink
—ha, ba!—to think wr've all come fif
teen mil™ to your funeral!"
"To Bessie's wrdiling, you mean!" said
the old lady, itill looking bewilnered.
"Wedding! 1* Bessie going to be mar
And then, perforce, there were expla-
DSlioDs, to the great mortification of the
visitor* and tbe greater amusement of the
A* to Master Tommy, hi* delight knew
no bounds, and be dashed into The yard
and fairly rolled on the gnus in his con
"Now that yon have so kindly come to
my funeral," aaid the old ladv, smilingly,
“you must of courae stav to the wedding.
It waa kept a seerH till yesterday, and
there'll be only a few relative* and inti-
’wigneled by the msdkM
beartlcaa and unfeeling mate friends—nobody
to be making apple-dumblings for dinner. town. But we will be glad to have you
and one's husboM's kin lying dead io •ts?-”
her coffin.'' she remarked to her half- ! And they did atay, being ao hospitably
grown dsogfater. "Lucky, there's that : premed by tbe family, Mr*. Johu Cole
cake we made for Sundav's mectieg. ; conaoling beraelf with the thought of tbe
ni take it with me. fw thcre''ll be a tight cake and fruit that she had brought along
of folks from a diatance come to tbe —a suitable offering fur a wedding,
funeral, and tome of 'em wilt have to i And that evening, by e bright mom-
stay to dinner. And you can get a good ! light, the funeral proccetioo that had in
baaket of gtapea out of Dm garaen, I tte mornuig logaorioasly cetmd Bara-
Liaxie. They're early and won't come in ' *'Ile drove gaily awey from the wedding,
amisa." ! and all tbe way homeward indulged in
"And we must have plenty of white | ’"fleoti o' upon thegomippingfollu who,
flowers, you know, raa," «*«n litxie, in it oc a -,ignt cold and firier, could have
lively excitement and anlicipatioo; made u^ a story of adeath and fonentl.—
I'll wear a blaek lasb with mr white ' Salurdoft JiifAt.
dress, like Jadgr Martin's daugoters at _v ■>—. JT ; H ..
old Miss Hartii’s funeral.” The ••Frald -A Battle la Ue Air.
"We’ll all wear our black dreirea," Have you heard of Use "Fraid” of
said Mn. Cole. ‘It looks more mpect- Npw Hop* Churrfal The night was
ful-tike; and I'm told it's the fashion at iark, as the troop* of Ilarde** coijs,
funerals, even where there's ao kin." I four abreast aad strelcfaing for milW.
So. next morning, bright and early, marched aloogah^wayfromoDepartef
two vehicle* were seen to leave the lilUe the memorable batUefleid lo aaoths. It
villagv. cloeely crowded with black- was 10 o’clock. Tbe siiilaeas was broken
robed figures, most of whom rarried only by the tramp of innumerable feet
wraatbei and bunekM of whjte flow- and the rattle of caaleeB* against bayon
et* rts. Boddealy in the air. ten fret over-
la this part of the country it wa* tbe bead, baist the entiling and the sUshing
ruetom to have all "burviags" at perriae a cavalry battle. In aid air wae tbe
Iv o*e o'Hock. ee the party had no fear nititing chargers, tb* claag of
There she fousd Msa. Brows, the hewHe- of beiag too lete for the fonerak. saber meeti^ aaber, the roar, tb* dla,
rarpenter's wife, engaged ia cheapening ! Cole drove bit own tragoa, I evetything mve tbe shoute sod gruana.
ealkro. i aad Mra. BUI hen. cnotainiag her Oaagb I >> was a veritable baule of spfrita, fought
Tnu aia'l a* mart a* Mi« Stehbioa " i ter aad a eoiqite of aeighbora. who, bar- ‘ ia Use darknem jnat above tbe Coated-
I Mia* Navlor. at the two ertiieffily ' • Might acqimhitMKe with the Bhra- ! ndnma. aad quick at a flash terror
crimiaedlbequaUtyfrfthecaliro. -Abe-t j ville Coin, cootidered tt hue frtedlv Hardee* men. The great liae
he«« op to Baravill*. aad laid m a lot of ' aad riMetful to the family ta attend “ *tld cemfuakui, the aoldier*
drv gn^ aad thi^. for the wkr of I the fuBeral. I datiiedtatoUM wii(ids,pBmBdbrvWo**
teviag ebowt twemy five cvmu or ae. For ; They west at a briak rate until they ^ ^ **Mt
ij part, 1 go for eacoaraging home I appreirhed Barnville. whoae iirindti*l
wde. “ (atrewt they entered at a proper 'and lie- heiror of Ihoae hrsef eec-
“Wall. 1 float know." Mn. Rrowa ro- coming funeral pan. i»^- It wm not the emtis of abetbaad
I MM. (touhtfuRy. •■Aeeaw ta me every- "It flam mem ta me m if a tort »’ i tke^rattl# ef moakatry. m men met man
j hody't hmmfl to laek o«t for their own ihedder haagt ortr the pMe todar.” dayljght, but g wm the naaean battle
iaaerret, and I cuutem Fd he wilUag to Ml*. Bill ohserred. m Ae kMed friim ravalry apiriti i* tbe atrl It wmdaA
M a littV out o' the way tn mve twettfy- ' aadet hm mectacim at the people mau- i ** woudm Item
Ivfleaata Bat wM difl fWly Btebbim mg. ‘Tuar aid Mdy! bar wdlA
my wm the aem ia BaravilWr • | telt. far a betlee wamau Barer lived." ! ear* heaed what m emtid net ma. Afim
“Nothaac, cxeapt that Ad Mias rate t ' 'Laokl thteu'a Ae haaae. with the ' * ^ ^ ^ ■'■lb •«**■
“ “-•• •»**«** I pariar-wiado** ahrt. ami. I fladara. Bi. Ith* m^ wmm-
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"twemhwtf Jate Cal**
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aod_ irith b« basket'OB her i
the etnv for a supply of grace
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y liiaA'hy. whm aamklafl famOy aame. aud tritay* hem Irieudly. J Mmudfr asAaimuiKu. Cate,
ea brwdaafltmmedwiA Aa[ if Ae fltea; Ihey-U A eourm gw M he in Mb every-flay riethm. md
xot OS the back etesa* I
Ixteg up the partar^k ' J*
wnSa''mid naathar. “Fiusd" wm caaaefl hy mma naiMU
' 'w hrew* sad rartte. Of At |
A Ad htafkag j
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• Mm. Bmww. hav^ eamtedafl Mmter Je^v. who. j thAa^Aar AaflAtetMlaSS
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wApaammAte W 14* j hM te I ihfli flu Wflig md ; • I Amk yur. ■a'^r j um twenty earn
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BCUMTlflO AND IKHDITklAL.
ImnovanentahaviairlMai made InAe
refiahm of wood AoAiol, it It belBg large
ly and, itlsaAd, to teplanthaerdlitaiy
.awohol. Fear* ban Isttiy bank expRmea
that It la beiag oaed in phazm^ at a
tdbMitata for alcohol in tioctaim.
on tlu f^ace of the ^abe. To* riven
edriy off barely one-half; Uie rmtAqs-
]tefln by evaporation, by Uie tiworption
of tbe earth and by beW taken up by
plantt, animats and mioenu oxidation.
Btingl and Morofiald have recently
confirmed tbe fact that In tho Sola Bmu
there exists a ferment of remarkwle tac-
charifyiDg power.. TwivAitdt of Ihe
starch It converted by this ferment into
augar, and one-third into dextrine. Thir
diMovery will, vrithoDt doubt, increase
greatly the Importance of this bean in
Tbe areas of country haviu an inland
drainage—equal to 11,4M,|00 squart
miles—reerive 9, MS cubic miles of rAn
yearly, llie total areaa draining directly
to the ocean equA 44,81S,0M square
hiilea, of which 83,8^,750 aquare lAlei
have more than ten ioAei of annuA rain
fall, and dfarharge into tbe eea 0,fifif
cumc miles of watm each year.
In a pMcr before Ao Meteorological
Bociety of London, Ae Hon.H. Abernm-
hy has Anwn that cnmulna is Ae common
ret form of clouds A Ae tropica; cumAo-
itrsAs and cirro-stratna A tM temperate
tone) and itratua and fog A the Arctit
regions, Allbou^ Ae forma arc AAe,
Ibe prognoeticiBiua'’hf any ahape hnol
Ihe aame evefftelAK, clouds deao
‘ing fine weather A iSoftand and rAn in
If (hascondensed breath collected on
Ihe cool window panes of a room wberes
number fl person* have been asserobled
ho burned, a nnril of singed hAr wil'
show the presence of organic matter; and
If the condensed brvaA be allowed A re
main on the windnwa for a few days, it
will be found, on examination by miero-
senpe. that it i* alive with aoinalcul*.
II is the inhalation of AreontsAing tocb
puiresccot matter whiA causes bw Ae
sirk headache. wUch might be avoided
by a rirrolation of fresb air.
Mr. Braidwnod, Superintendent of the
London flre-eimineesteblUhmenta, atated
before a eommineeof Ihe House of Lords,
that, hy rxpoture to beat not muA ex
ceeding that of bmliog water, timber is
brought into such a eendKioo that tome
thing like spontaneous combuatAn tAes
( lace; sad tut it may take eight yean
>r the beat from pipe* chargra wiA or
used tn convey ateam.bot water or heated
air, lAd amoDg the joiets of a floor, or A
the heart of a partition, or elsewhere A a
building, iscaaad A timber, to iodnee
Ae eonaitioD neemmry to Ae aetuA ig-
mtion of Ac timber.
I A recent writer A Peptlar Bdma iteiM
hm cAled stteatioa to tome of the re
markable pbyxicA problema inow pre-
aeota. Ram in fAIAg runt rapidly tsray,
bot snow accumulate* upon the ground.
Itii dIfficAt to understand how this im-
mente weight can be bAd np A Ae at-
moanhere. Every cubic foot of tnow ia
eoauensed fnxo 1,788 cubicfeotof vapor.
A tbe condeniaUon a Urge amount of It-
tent heat it changed to tantibie. One
pound of vepor A being eondeneed to
water evolves enough b^ to raiae one
pound of water from 0 degrees to 978 de-
& T., aad an tflditiMml it
1 out in convertiag water to ice.
This aceounta for the warming of the at
mosphere during a Bow-ctonn; aad even
if so warmA may be fdt by as, Aa h«t
is expended in the superior ieyera of the
atmoejAere. Tbe asm* writer amert* that
to far a* beatia^^^ower la cusceiued,
snow-storm at woAdbe AanaquAwri^t
of red-hot send.
a a paper, are
fUarma AgAnt TenAsebr.
To put a doable not into your pocket,
toperr your finger nAU tad —“■
ana wr^ tbe
Id snene parts of fbwaex, England,
there tt a suprrttitioa that if you put
ao your right stockiag, right aim, aad
right irouaiT-leg before the left you wall
never have toothache.
Ia parte at Englsad there i* a entom
of cAiiag the toothache Ae "love paw.”
for which the auffrrre U not rwtitied W
esy Li'.imiiiinwTatii)a. Whether he nr A*
AUy enneenta to thl* may prifa^w ha
A the royA Ubr^ at Btoekholm ia
pttaei ltd a maauaeript Aaim for toteh-
tche, rnaaieting of a Latin praym to owe
of tha Htata. At Boun-oa-tiBPhAr a
tenth, mid m hare hana cm of ham, it
ihowB A * gAm ema A Che Cbwdt ef
Aa lAAc't Day, and the case it flavewtly
kAwd by pmple of boA aaica m a pre
ventive agateat toaAneba.
An AipvrAl tooAnetee ones made An
fartaae of a peer barber. Tbe Sntten af
havBig a toneii •( toaCbnrhf.
lor Ae cawt phyateAa H* win
haatteg. aad rated not he fMte.
dim writ hann
THE KISSIOM OP THE UUE8.
Go, Utaa. wtA ywmlaw-dAimad ay**;
For, we enoAer ana tiiAl rise.
My lady Am her to tbe ball
While I—wen, why ibeuld I be md
Wbo find it fate to knew bargAdI
But you mint ffD your mrloDa gart,
Go, liUsa, go!
Upon her hearti O UUe* fair.
When yon are softly maUlng tfawe,
WatA tif its throbWnga wondrona s
For Aeo, porehaoce, who—who can W
Bot Aat her baart yOor eyea may MS
Give JmtoDsgeBAtiirobfaroMf •
And U it abooki—teiy. teaa I know
Onsef yonll Uvoto Ml me to
HUMOB or THE DAT.
Cutting a swell—Lanring a boil,
'When does aman impose upon himself 7
When he taxes his memory.
We haven’t much of a navy, but some
of Ao TouDg officen are Ao best dancen
“There's a woman at tbe bottom of it,"
H tbe man said when hit wife fell In tlw
There are a few good IndAns out West.
One of them has past been exhumed in
a petrified eonditioii.—i’uel'.
Tbe average wonuin is considered too
delicate to shoulder a musket, bot
nobody queatioDs her right to bare arms.
He who has too much lo de wiA tbs
“ante" uimallf end* hy having consider-
Ale dealings with the “iincle."—Barton
••I wouldn't lie a fool if I were you,”
lAd .lone* to a friend. ‘'If you wereme
you wouldn't he a fool,” wa* Ae reply.
*' Needle*" is Ihe name of a town in
ralilornA. It it a sharp liille town, with
one eye constantly "pen to ita own A-
lervst*. That's sew.—/tenreiAs Mrrm.
•' Oh whMlr and m rirw to yen, Wf lad,"
Bhe preoumd with glrliab bravado.
Bnt shs tiaited oa a nm tb* other way
Wbee A slsried out on tbe Mikada.
"Which will yon have, chAroform or
laughAg gaat" aaid the dentist to hla
penent, about to have a tootb polled.
“Ether will answer," lAd the eustomar.
Wbat tt™« the nlar reya bagA
To iHMptte tba tiona
Tlw robin eo tbe Awn raket A
At dawn tb* early wortit,
AM tbto tb* tfehn no loagir frown,
‘Iban flow the brooks erst trosSB,
siwt '•aioB fretoeos” at otiesdn^down
To twexiiy oeate '
A Weatern town has a female ibarifl.
Recently- ehe arrested a man, and be,
t^Ag to flatter her to let him escape,
told bar the was tbe handangiMt womaa
he ever mw. And did the let him
escape I No ! She wouldn't tet that
mas ootof her sight, anyway, but sranted
him arou^ *U Ae time. TrAkety A
euro to fail A tbe end.—Tmas BtfAape
A DmI wltt LaMMS an HarMbMft
Cowboy* becmac very akfllfnl ridetu,
and they ar* aometiioM fondof s'Aowing
off,” writes J. T. Trowbtidga A Ae
Aatsr's Csnyeaiwt. In SouAsn Col
orado I alUiuMul tome perfurmaafii
which wm a* good ai any equcatiAa
feate I ever «w. A cowboy rods Arougb
Ae street* of a small towa at full caUap,
pieking np whatever wa* thrown A A*
way before hhn—a hat, a wtJp, a haod-
kereAAf. Thi* be did by ahocitiag from
Ae toddA puttAg iowa on* head to
Aa grouad, while be held oa by tb* oA-
er BM by bA feet, aad tpringiag np Ate
hA ptece agam without even tiarkaaiag
Ihea he galloped through Aa ateaete
kaoAg, d^gs. eaUle. aad area kA
friaada I wMiead that tbe rope waa
gathwad A a eotl. wHh a noaraat Aa
aad sbote tix feat loag; AA wae swang
aroaad.Aa ridert h^ aavMte timee,
lately |at>Acted tweaty tajAb^
irpcitiag ace •
g aceatvy, te flka oh-
y, M (M-
. aad raald aot
. bteW aad haaE smd A
Mifgaia. They teak Urn to A* ptean
aaJteteAifl Um wtA props* rtaSg.
test lo be capture
stepadhA head ote of Aa T ,
tiitesaed. aad raa away yal^ag; bat a
Aetaafl creatun had to ww uatU to-
Bat As mote exertiag fua wae whaa
two eowboya, A iiii tuiTaiaa hate, aad
faatiarirallj fiAigsd Uauaw Anifae,
■ iiaalafl ea A* SrAfceot af poaiah at-
tMfted teii^ each sAre. Aa ea*
flaag hm rapa. Aa oAcr woaM dodge A
hy teoatflag dowa oa kA honae aa^ ar
AaaAgoear Aeaidoaf hA tafldA;tea
howaaU iprAig Bp aad UaghA rupa ia
Aa trataod hasoM
iw teiM i
tewA Mi teat ho eateintej