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VOLUME XIV. I>AIN]>RILY, JS'. (_'., THURSDAY, JULLE 24, 1886. NO. ;">L
Reporter and Post.
PUBLISHED WESKLT AT
DANBURY. N. C.
PHPPBR .V SONS, Pub*, if Prop*
airm or NIMMHIITIOS ;
Cue Tom paoable ii» advance St.r-J
BATKA or mr.ittm!iiat
On#t flqnmr# (ton llnco or Ic-) 1 t»ui* fl W
For each aidttional luwrtlou «»
Contract* for longer time or more Hpaco cau be
■»ul> in proportion tn the above r»tw.
Traunlent will be expected te remit
according w» the*e ra»«\ atthw tluio they eetui
'uSSff; will F • |-cr pent. Miliar
th »nibo Into te.t a» Tan Dollar'
PROFhsSm.VAL C.IK PS.
W. F. CARTE 11,
MT. AIliY, SIJKftY CO., N. 0
Practices wbc:wrliisservics are wanted
r. L. H.I YMOBE,
ATTORN EY AT LAW
Mt. Airv. M. O.
Special attention given to the collection "I
olaluis. 1 1 " 1 "
~ B F. KINU,
JOHNSON, SUTTON «?■ CO.,
Ko«.»rand»auuth KUary, Street,
T. w. joursos, R M - 60*0011 i
J. 11. R. CIBAUBB, '• JOHSBON.
p> nA y ALItKRT JONEB.
X2ay & w oaes,.
gADPLKKV.HAItNBHS, COI.I. AKS,TKI'NR
No. £lO W Itali>•>■■>'' -'in ■ 1""'
W.A.Tucker, 11. O.Smitti, B.S Spt^lllt
Tucker. Smith & Oo«
M iuufOctiirlir.t wl'ol-* .I.' ival-r- it
HOOT", 8110 F>\ Ul >• /I V/T CAI >.
No. 2.10 nwltlmora Klri 1 . Baltimore, .Wl.
it. j. ,? n i .
* atVrt t 1
Hmry Son whom } Co.,
WHOLES.'? LE CLOTH J E i.S.
M Aoiwvcr Sl. t (let-Avi-titl( i«->n * Ufflbwl st *l
n. BON.ir.BOUB, B. BUM UN*
SU'jkeH I' «•««», •*" U
W. U. tULKH,
STKPUEXrVTXE }\j- CO.
WholemU* deulert in
Boots, Shoes, and Trunks,
lUI9 Muu Su-eet,
grpt. Ml-ent. JIICUZQUD, 1-4-
0 E LBl'lwirK.
WI.XCO, EI.LEiI & rßr.Mi*,
Who!e«ale l)«*a!er» i■
BOOTB, snot's, TRUNKS, tiC.
Prwpt attention paid to order§, and san
Firyuua Sate Pnt*n Gaoit « tputallg
March, 6. ®
HBIKT W. POW»«f. *OUAR D. T*TU) .
H W. POWERS A CO..
FAINTS, OILS, DVK3, VARNIBHBS,
French snd American
WINDOW OLAfcS, PUTTV, &C
SMOKING AND CHEWING
CIGARS, TOHACCO A BHKCIAI.TY
1806 Muln St., Richmond, Va;
L. C. BIRD,
W. D. KYLE & Co.,
A Xli JOhBEIW OK
IKON, NAILS snd CARRIAU* OOODB
No. 9 Qovornor Streot,
BOOKSELLERS AND STEAM POW
WINSTON, N. C.
Liberal Ulocount j t« turn tianl" :iml tenders
"% MI.SON. hI'RRN * CO.,
WWOI.BSAI.E ÜBUWRB AND COMMIb
la 8 Howard Itnct. csrtier of I.omUlrl;
Wakeepeonstnntljr on hani ■ larira aua
well Mwrted (lock of Grocetieu —ult»Mc fc.i
gcatbem auJ Wwtern trade. We iioll' it eoo
(tenmenll of Country Produce—acch ai Col
ton Feat! cri; (ilnM:ii;i Bee w«i Wool; Uriel;
Frail: Fan; Skins, etc. Onr facility for do
ng bnaiocM artj atich i«j to warrant 'juia
nd pr*M(>t rol'irnn. AU orJur»»ill U»c oui
mH Miration. ' > '
n Vosir County Paper,
; -"The RcDortcr and Post"
OF THE I'I'.OPLF. I FOR THK TEOPI I: !
OK THU PKOI'I.KI FOB THK I'Fol'l.K !
OF TKK PKOPI.K! FOU 1 III: PKi.l'i i: •
jOK THK PKOPI.K I KOtt Till: I'KUPI.K !
ONLY $1.50 A YEAH!
To tho /v'ti.n'y, Fee-'in:
W 7 * Ivnii fc'V
PLEAISURI> WLIEK LI •.
r.' ■■■;• j .
Srtiinp the need this miction o! t!
I'laco wiicte tlo woary, f. f.bic and !jro»
[cn down may recruit tlioir iiraltli and
rest; wlie e llioy aisu i lie if fuuiiliei u.ay
sp nd tlio hot on p!(*Hati.!y whoa :t
is necessary to lcavo tlioir bouien or
cbangß nir, that the failing hoalth of
some loved oue may he rcatorcd, rtc
havo laid out
A NEW TOW?*!
nnd aro 1.0V7 offuring for w»lo lots in
probably the healthiest section in North
Carolina. The towu u located ou a
Flat Mountain Ridge
2 J tuilecs west from Danbury , about I
of a mile from the celebrated Piedmont
spring* ; about t'.ie same dist&aco to
Pepper's Alum spring* ; 1 of a mile
from Smith's Chaljbcnto spring, and
two luilos from C. K. Mooro's Sulphur
spring, while the location preseut >
The Finest Views
of Moore's Knob, the Hanging Rock,
and other pro turnout peaka itloiij the
Sauratown mountain. Ttic lots aro
well covered with large and small forest
trees, which will afford shade iu summer
The whole la
Surrounded by Springs
of the purost mountain water, entitling
! it to the Indian name, "Camaca," a
land of springs, wliioh, together with
the pure mountain air, would briug 00l-
T CT to the fadod cheek, and strung!h to
weary fraiue, even if there was no real
mineral water within a hundrod tniles of
The undersigned proposo also to creot
a saw-mill, planing maohino, io., that
they maj build cottages or furnish lum
ber to those who wish to purchase lots
- In this healthful locality, where no ma
laria /cr comas, and a '.-ase of typhoid
fever was never known, eicept it was
1 contracted out of the neighborhood.
The price of lots this season, 50x100
feet, will be s'.'s vaoh. For further
I N. M. k W R. PEPPER,
' 1 .May 20, l»niihury, N. C
A LYilll WHOM. TllEtitKJiAair.
>»ay boH t"\n Ui ):uowu
'•Lovo I* two soti'j —otifl fo«!ii;s :
'I wo hcp.rU— oiif; r.ulfe aione."
Tlicn toil ruo !»ow Sax*-- h^art?
"Sho comfs—urd is in man."
How can Love laave the truo ljw.rt l*
i.i not I.ov«*.—that cau M
And wh-n Is Tiove the purest
"Whet® Self no place can fill."
Where laii louitdations surest '/
"Wh-.'ii ihej aro very still."
When an* x.ove's riches greale3t?
" vVhen her giftd fVo«t prove."
*•» hat lai»feuat;c jd latest ?
•♦She has uout*. 61te is Love."
"What an industrious littlu thing
you arc, Doily, i liiink if they had to
depend tn mo for tlnwi) quar.a of bur
ries ihry would do wit Lout."
So saying, pr tty IJaMir.lurn leaned
hot Lv.'.'i on Lor white !iauJ aa-l watch
ed her eousiil laisgui-"-j*.
4%rctl aire ...y ' 'ail dolly, lifting
her sweet ureh faoe from beading over
tl o strawberries. '•! do believe every
thing tires you but going to parties i
I suppose. Well, you ur
not fir v or.r, :mi ob, I have 11.; wcm '
••.j djiUßubjeot tr. try my powtvt ujoa. |
llavc y> u socn j a'l new ov, racer ' He's j
ratfci.' distant, 1 u ! can make his dark I
eye:, l-i'.k eXJ.'S ...
L'olly". faeo t • rosy as fcer b'.-rits a.i I
tho u;., nearly ujnetti'V he.- :
V ;tl'tV,L-. , 4, 4
•'1 di.. not it. fond to -jiv -en-1
tcnco -i any .ft nay. Ida, ! ;:m ">h- i
| amed of you. I r.m suio Mr lioiuics t
would not stoop to si*oh a tl.tUjj a- a Sir- '
tation. 1 detest, the word."
•»Ha, I,a' If you cmld only sco I; >y. I
dtama'ie you look, Ui i'.j, with that go- !
ry, outstretched hand 1 But here's Mr
Holmes. I'll tell hiui how you
•'Oh, Ida, piea s ' l don't," and Dolly's
checks are like duuiutk roses as t'.i. yen
tlci.inn iu question raises I.is hat nnd
Tlio golden suuitnor flirts i.j, aud it
is soon evident to all eye., but Mrs.
Minturu'a that tho gentle girl who
made her home at the farm for three
years has captivated the handsome yeuug
"I think he's perfectly splendid,"
Ida says when Dolly tells of her engag
ement with many blushes, "but mauiuu
wilt uever cousent, aud 1 l a.'iy think
you are yory foolish, Dolly, to throw
yourself away ou A four man. With
your beauty you might took for a coron
et—thr.t's what I'm waiting for."
"Id rather have Harry's love than a
coronet!" said Dolly.
"IVhat is that!" said Mrs. Minturn,
coming ou tho girli unexpectedly. "Dol
ly, 1 aci shocked!"
Tho blushing girl confesses all, and
it is coldly received.
"Engaged to that t.obody with noth
ing !" cries hoi auat. "1 novor thought
of such a thing. Your uuolo will no'
hear of it, you will sec! Ho is your
guardian, and you canuot marry without
his oonseut till you are of ago. That
will bo in four years, and by that time,
it is to be hoped, you will have more
AH Dolly's prayers and tears arc' of
uo avail. Mrs. Minturn is firm. She
is goiug to take the two girls to Lon
don and givo them the opportunity of
making brilliant matches.
"Four years!" erira Harry Ilolmcs.
"Oh, Dolly, will your love ever stand
such a test V*
"Do Dot bo afraid, Harry 1" omi
Dolly "Noithor timo nor placn nor
■ surroundings eaiwul'.flr my heart, and
' when oar tiuiu of is over aud
- I ain my own mfstrflbou have only to
9 come nod claim mo aßpur own."
There is » cluster or daisies nettling
' in her belt.
s Stooping, Harry takes them from
• "I will kt'ep them, Polly, in rcuiom
r ■ brniiCt of your words. And now I will
show yoa a letter that I havo received
from an uucic of whom* elletouiiO I was
! i',iir>rtuit. Ko.\ it coiner, from Irclaud.
■ cwt 'W 1 ■- r ~ V -.T? Jt
I havo decided to £/> C' ie.
I "MY Putß Ni 'ME- j u v
learned that my sisti . Thi
' mny Seem strange to yo.i,' tt 1 v.ill ex
plain. Your r.iotncr an-.' 1 v, re or
phan*, I-ud the gave her » to ODL |
whom I disliked for jus' '-.« i. e. I in
fused to sanction the irfsjriago or h.
present at that cemnioi.) il.rgurei
had the family tciripr.;-. photi '!io !■, f
she mM he»i, * •-.>.! >.:!•!vei
hear aught of mo or uiittef I ',! •. ■-
er forgive you. ■ ! i
day shall jour BHJ:I; JSFLWIIY "
That was the tie.'" t ever
her. * ' #JT
"I l ava ro d uh' !.e l>.pt hervew
But 1 am an eld si an u.vl ai sad noeJ.
You rire yuuugand trc oi ito you I
turn. I implore jo i a.; t!. last ot tho
ftiiuly, the cnly one .in ih' a I luvj ar.)
olaim, to como to iny oi 1..
"I aiu glad you ae going, Ilany.
I ogr old man, left all aljno in tho
worid. It's a sad lot."
"I knew you ..ov.'d l fcel 'O, you un
selßsh darling,'-said Hfciry.jwith a lov
er's adoration, looking ieto I'plly'a heav
enly eves. j I
"What! ire !"'.cri.id Ida
one evening a.', robe ffin a phi'.#- i.ic
d.' frimii; 1 with I'l^aitofca, she >p
oned tlie dooi of Do!.'j i itl'te, "It'i
ti .!•: to t»s and horc yot are m an- j
ing over Un. ? everln ting
Haven't y; : forjott .n lha". nunstuu; •
Dolly dropped tho I'ictnri with a sigh.
I Three years have pi; jil without a word
i fioni tho baloved on , who still holds'
jI ii p!aco in all her rnrnn md hopes r
"Just think my oorennt is coming !
iat ls J t erioj loa, lu ezoiler.i Ut. !
"I'm pressed for ooa-jtist-. thin ey»ming.
itt -1,1 ii \r,drcws :w ■ lu.r eousio fr-.in
I reijii.! is to ho at \h-s bull, ind a regu
iar cikol i» oomin fr v.ith tini, wao L.
iieir to x title, i y.v, I f..i m my
• •• «/* ■: •■** f.-y
I hour is com;."
At tl.aWmomeut ths ettaut brings;
i Dolly u letter.
lloi fingers tremble and i. r chock.;
1 flush as sho opens tho envelope.
I S'io reads.
"DARI INQ DoLi.y : If yoa are i f the
! samo mind as when wc parted, «end uie
a cluster of dais.es. 1 havo worn the
ones I tool: from you then ever siuoe
over the lioart that beats for jJU aud
yon cnly. Now, tu ever, l.'.viav."
The r. '.dr.: wasincbt : ! au.i Oolly
did 'ot wait oji»r.y umiuu.: Lc..11
awcrmg. Ph weni to the ball in a
quaint dress of v'.ilu brocade, Willi ot
ly daisies tucked in her oilr.-t belt.
There is l'ennic Andrei a with her
cous'n, and, for Heaven's s .ko' how
uiueh tba uoblomau looks like Ilarry
Holmes. Good 'ho is bowing.
Well, this is a riildlo. Eennic, soj
here, wlinro is the corouet you promis
ed mo V
Ida is absorbed with Rencie's «.v
--planation, wbilo Harry si els L'olly's
T!io conservatory is u> ar, and h;
draws her hand through bis arm ar she
looks at hiui in a dr.ze'l way
In tho cool, perfumed jJaco he draws
her to his heart.
"Do you not know me, Dolly 1 "
" f-hc whispered , "it is ray
love como back to mo."
Ho laughs • happy laugh.
"And arn you still ready to marry a
poor man'-'o leave bo no
for the drudgery of a peon..vi's wife !"
1 am conteut with myioi,"' said Dol
A look of almost adoring affection
fills tho young man's earnest eyes as ,
they rest upon the swoct, dowmast
"I have a sutptno for you, uiy pet,"
bo sa'.i,"l found my übole was rich
, and titled, the sole representative of a
powerful family. He h.iu written as ho
did to try mc. 110 was in need only ot
affection, ho said. I aui his hoir. Dar
liug, oaii jou lovo a rich tuan
"It is all the same. I lovo you, cried
' j Dolly, with a happy laugh,
j Ida thought It was luito y fair tbst
| hoi cousin should jiet tho eoionet sho
' i had l»oeu sei kio« for her*df so lonp.
jTo lior mother ohugiin, she decided
jon lovo inn oottao« and married a bank
,; Miss Ella \t lloox in Burlington eonn
tf N. J. sues Iter istber for broach of
. promise. He gave hi., ooniett for her
[ i,i marry John '"ck, anrf Ihco changed
I Ins mind. S-lie was dan :'d :'-»i. by
, | ulid sues to :yeiiv,r The 00l man
. | will tir.vc "uijiOuy up ' —Kx.
• mm'-ii ia s ■.wwAaninrr
Irnr nntisi;* ,»• rn :s • .
T2-J i tuioui.u Hi. j,J.li!K».;i
j it -i i ars , ■ (VI ai stn>-
j■ '• in this ■ ■>p' 1 s.nnii wooka upo,
| aau at el. 1 :-'- timos that, thuro aro
| -omo tweu.'y-livo miles North of
j itauhury, in a scoj of country sit,
j five miles square, on ov iy mile of which
| irou ore titty be found. Wi hia this
| area are (• cated the Rogers, ropshire,
| O'utrry 1 'ce, \\ r'lVin, CnT'in and othor
i Canas that 'ippio. lor that v,'i- w :k
--•CU Ul tloj »:... ..y ■mt';* ~ „ .
j itOlU I. j ••'7(l, i - C. t .(
peoiu er. Tho ..ro iy ..aib.ys tho :
boat in tho State. The veiv.a do uo' j
occur iu great eontionty or in u.,osivo, j
aggregated, deposits, but oxtexid, with j
interruptions, for many miles through
tho couuty, ;iad iu tins way admit of tho j
practicability of oporuiug a uumhor of!
fmuitces at di&ronc )iftali:icH in this'
district. The sljdysis of the ore rhows
a good pevcootagy of iron, and thu ex
amination broujn out tho important
fact, as i'rnf. rdffr rays that, the ore is
free from phwpLo;us. Tho iuvostiga
tiou of Dr. Gcirb, ot the Gcolototal
Purvey an I Univcr.i.v of I'euusylvauia,
failed to find even a trace of this obsta
cle in the smoking of ore that contains
that ' aiont.
Wo would suggest, that tho mom s lis
t .1 to thoroughly ".rp.-.o (ho
Stokes aria of tue Yadkin, f?uciy aruf
Stokes Tango of in a ores. .But wor*
I hould be prose utod by act oil oxcava
' . 'is and shafts sunk to ope tho ort ti
view and for osuuimation, and to dU
caver its thickneiis, and ti piovo |
uontmuty. The re-opening of all :hc
old shafts, which wcro tvui ked iu the
d'ast, and which with lew exceptions
j a.tve 1: lien in, so that thu ore is in u\o;'.
i .uhlddeu fioui view, should ba tollowfi.
I up by new Mgaiogi mad-; on 'ho land nt
points that s:*m to warrant the!
3'to Department of tha interior of!
th'. ■ cit i ;.,ios haia burc.u of '! j
do;.v waioh »a» d fee tb* jfcr- '
Isurve. of ilie County V- d no: I
• know yf any waj in which onr r - ro- •
j 'Cina'.. .- in Cr.t a: . ild '-.--.tt.; ,:r av !
well servo this county, than by laying j
the Matter bt fbro Major Powell *!io D>-1
rector of the U. S .Survey, t
and hy to :ng his ipfiuotuo to h.o. o the j
iron deposits of this district exan .ue.l, '
We intend to give as full an account j
of the iron dopo.dfr if th'j e unty oar 1
be bad in tb? present conditio;, -f
TilK WORK 01' tIOMHRKSS. !
CoDgross has baeomo so swampe : i
with tills, most of w!iie!i are piivitn,
that it may be reasonably qneftioned
by thoughtful persons,—how this enor
mous amount "t business is to bo dispos
ed of in the future, as it uiay bo ex- j
footed that it will ineroaia f;om viar |
to year Tho Iloa. Robert 0. Winth-i
rop, of Masaaahu-etts, who was -posk r
i f the HoU'.e in l^i'e—i9, .".poalcng of
the enormous increase in tho uuiuoor ofi
private bills,says: ''tnniy timo, five;
hundred introduced in a session was con-'
adored au enormous figure, but 1 tin-
demand that. th« aggregate now fir sis!
ninn'l. of the present se.'rion fools up |
nearly 9,000. At this ratio of incrcnso
the matter mast comb to sueh a pass
that the whole time of Congress will
bo consumed in business of purely lo
cal interest, while the paramount inter
ests of tho whole oouutry must suffer
for want of mature cotiMderntion. The '
in or ease of members and of business I
threatens in a very few years to seii- |
iously embarrass the work of Congress." |
An exchange nays the bills introduced j
into the House so far this so«sion rum- I
bet 8,74 i on', ro. luttons, 171 —milk- |
ing a total of ~111 Tin number el j
these bills ef a p r .v..te nature whi •!: '
! have passed the House is *551, and the
number ot bills of a public nature 17'/, i
making a total of 5'23. Ol'lliis run 1 ;
170pri\ito and 4U public bill;, have'
passed the donate. The i'otiso lias re- i
eeived 381 bills passed by the Senate, 1
I'JO of which were public aud 2.a'2 pri- ;
vate bills. Tho House has passed B*s |
of these hills, 3'l of which w ire of a pub- '
lie nature and S3 of a private nature. 1
It is eyident that the bnkiucss Methods
which under democratic direction have
made a vadieal and permanent chaogo
tti the alminittrativo of
the government wil! havo to be intro
duced iuto the legislative branch.
With continued dem icratic snpfemaey
j aaeh further reform may confidently be
ij Luriug one week .t lo .inl'■ o, ! y. (
j elevoi. mulesW: iMtilli'! 'o gu •
wk u -m* -r vjTTWrt ■* XBmarniM* •. - r.m rimii m
CO! .1 Y COMMISSIONEUS.
Tuc only that oauaes the | ooplp
at large, to take particular iatorest in
the Couaiy (V litni-sionora, ns a Hoard,
is the . indluig ' the Snano'.H of the
t-aunty. Of eourfo r.acii t'aun'y Ccm
laissioiiers 10. i his personal friouds wlio
ar-; porsotiai y gratified to recognize him
L.> u person iu uutiiority, and who, like
wiic, wiil joje.i'c to s:ohini prosper in
Ui) bu-i.ies- r otl. r aeliieveaionfs
ivti: . umy . ajr i'iisid thrcagh hi"
Mok. 'A ,L' ' '' '*
. O'-'iov ..•«* he ' oiith, ti Vfc »,■ •»
| for twenty j. a. J pn.;.- iiig through aa or
! deal of which i. s !=• or. exceod
} I'tgly t.';'.'ig. . v a who uo.a i know the.
j want r.' a dollar or iiio want of credit
jat 3 to-day chagtitiod, and cnst intly
| troubled i iicr.uso they at.no! oiijoy 'he
jori.na'y ui-an. to winob th ir work
seems t" entitle them. Ia passing from
the system of slavery into that of to-day,
they have realized i new and dreary ex
p?neaou. They kuow full well, by tho
census, if from suthini; else, that, he
South i« u favored country, that they
have volk d iiard, a: 1 tiiat they ate
siil poor wliilc whole Statu) have become
popular 1 and grown rich, and we are
yet pool. Iu doing the host they
thorn;! t n ■„.«».j setters in pr.M! •
tvliey, 'in •, •>. '.at/ ■ ! ot • y r nan - I
tcm vf Ouuuty Oovci t.ut, vviiich, ; 1
. d taiag iu its purit may by pcgli- j
g. nee or ovor-confa'i. load th' O info
No county ea'.i pro.sp :: "p.d ; n gov
era: .~ni wh;cu :s not good, 'j he wol-
I fare ef tlio whole j a plc, each man's
honest bread, is dependent upon the
governmuut under which he lives. If
(lie - rlaud Couuty
toko tluM. videut fa'.•:£ into considera
tion, they will '.''.eei on Juno the "ill a
j l.oard of uiuiusi .-if I . for ti. i t;ia'.:ing
| leuu who w;U bi-v -• up our langi shing
j aud leaking trea.-jry. lftiiey elc :' i-ny j
i .one liiuu the most aeoompliahed anil
I tiv*t ttDßoiliuu, lha moat suceossful aud
4t JL 'ap tlnyeom.^
ft' ■ v will fhll diori ot tuo exiger.oi
jth how. The preaont ayafom of eoun- J
i ty gorernment i*: a g ,j tu enough tiling |
i ti'.dor the eirenntstaneos, but il does 1
i rot admit cf much pn e -oeorted plan-
Dill ; aad 00l osenesa iu its appointment
I: f uticera. I; i - a delicate vase and
| may to easily brjk-:i. It can be fair
j in its despenjati'.n.i, aud iu the money
i matters it must be conspetent —l''ay-
J • • fctuWS.
j ROANOKE-fO!'THERN R. It.
j We hi !ii -0 i cent; any his been foun 1
i far the cor 'truation of th • lloauoke ami
.Southern Railway, tut nodctinite route
Las fracn fixed upon. Tho great fault
with Southern companies is they talk
too much and accomplish too lit tlo. 11
tho scheme was backe 1 tip by soiuepow-
I erful •oropany like the Pennsylvania,
Jorti e Baltimore bio! there would
J be a heller pri • oect of the new line be
j iag built. The Pennsylvania Railroad
' many yo.rs po:i"trati I the \llegha
!nr Mountains iu Pennsylvania, net with
I modem ajipliancea and inventions it
| would be a light matter for this or sonio
I Mlv " great c .tipaey to construct a good
line ti.rough th i boautiftl mountain
; ootltry, w!ii.'!i is auf- rirg so badly foi
1 laiiway conintunicatinu.—Appalachian
The moment a eirl has a secet from
| her mother, ur liis received u et'.er tho
; lures not I t hor motnOr read, or lias a
| timid ot" whuui Ber mother does not
I know, she is in certain danger. A se
cret is uot a good thing for a girl to
! havo. Tho :.:wer socio! 'ln ' lie in tho
hearts of women at any the bettor,
jlt is almost a test ol| niity. Sho who
1 has Bono of ber own is best and hapj i
. e.-t. In girlhood hide
i mother; do nothing that, if discovered by
j) ir father, would aiake you blush
"To-day the agriculture of the South
is larger aud bolter than ever bofore,
' while it i« bused upon truer theory and
j taoie intelligent practice. But the
South i destined to be a tnreat manuftic
turio;: section. In seven years its man
ufaotuting cstatilislinaents have incress
ca $15,000,000. Daring the year 18,85
the aiuoutit of capital and capital stock
invested ifl new enterprises aggregated
the sum of S6O.OOO.WX' '!'ao South
; has inexhaustible he b >f coal aud iron
' she has timber of th- finest qualities
she a turu: l ;1 •! nti,T.tinii >o business
, | bu oiaaa.' I'lie i'lurtdeoec (U. Li
W!..' JI OLF BAVARIA.
I JIT-UI.-A the I. ,K ; of 1/nvaria com-
Di.i J suicide LO inst lie bad gone out
for a WUIK -uio I L»Y bis physician
wheu ho suddenly threw himsoli ia
Sternberg lake and was drowned. flig
physician WUJ also D rowed in attempt
ing to rescue hiu». Tuo Medical com
ln'usion, w!nch examiccddie late King
L.udwif, repurt that lie LIUD ordered thi
MEMLEIS of t ho ,'v 1 iuwcrui Deputatiun,
j1 ■ .YY 'ouf. HoieiitJi, w!.o had cal'.-
• i up (• ' it TJ PROCURE his consent to ■
R V- ;cy,to hf until they bled,,
AI L to HMO their eyes extracted.
J'vfore bis Joaili the bebef was
•; ,'.4 s.jiong the oommon people of
Havana that 'be lying's deposition wa»
illegal, The people did not bolieve he
•.van insane Precautions bad boon ta
ken to prtvont the populace from rising
to restore the King.
At the ajre of 25 be was regarded tbo
handsome •»! :n. ;i hi Europe. It is said
that Luai._' an American gi-l has sighed
and said 'One kiss front she King of
ami tiicn die!" Ee spent vast
snnrs of money in building elegant pala
oee, aud was remarkable for hi* patron
age of tuusic, v. bieb be maaifestod by
F .IIT'•••• 2 cps-ras performed at
eh u». va (, tl MVIIJ to be present
.111 hi'..- 11-} WHS about 40 years of
||L __ •
TliE COST 01T OONdRKSB
There nrc no few. r than 202 persons
onipleyod b\ tbo Solute, in capacities
t oco*ii|»Gi)hed by -'-ilui i o rangiug from
that of tin" otiioial reporters, $5,000
each, lo that ui twenty page boys who
receive SIOO each. The roll aggre
gate $2i*5.000 » year. Additional to
1 t'uis, the Senators themselves receive
1 Li-'jm Sam bou'. ylfib,ooofor tbo
Tuinjrfii aro employed in
j tin 1 10 t'> or; ~v tbo Speaker; 32 under
1 r! 1 ""> a 1 lot rho doorkeeper Buti
-1! - v ■*, ,-jc 1 under '
1 IL.'J po-t.oastc. . The number of annual
• clerks ai.U aie .ieugers to committees is
j UT'y-ouo, aud of oi&ciui reporters seven
; Salaiies eiclusivo of :bose of members,
aggregate nearly $350,000 a your,
which added to paymeut to Represent
iv themselves make a U tal of $2,000,-
OOC A year in salaries and mileage on-
Tbo cwaj-o cost of each day's session
ot'Coin, _> about $45,000. As Con-
G. .1 meet? 10'.; days A year on the av- '
I .-fig*. ' • U '-! eost to the jountry, of
Coog FOL IN. yc.u' is $1,50,000. —
THE PRESIDENT'S WEDDINU
Nearly 8100.000 worth of present*
M L reached the Wbito House by 0
o'clock, and more wore coming.
Aui"W THE presents was a joweled Chi
nese clock valued at S9OO. The Pres
ident gave bis bride a superb diamond
Or. Sunderland received a Bve bun*
dred dollar draft from the President for
officiating at the mnrrugo ceremo
The Mariuo ltand furnished excellent
music duiisig the ceremony and supper.
The wedding cake was 2i feet in di
ameter, 5 niches thick and wcigoed 25
pounds; besides there were a large
number of small wedding cakes. A
Sew York baker furnished the cakes.
Over "'"HI dispatches were received at
the White House from \ll parts of tbo
world during the afternoon and evening.
• The Queen of England seut tho fol
"I'ray aecppt my sincore eongratu
.."r,n. ■ii y >;r marriage and my bast
ho>tur yoi.r bappines . VICTORIA."
VHK >N I-. r ;*"»p\s 1 STEM
Tie nay to wenlib, to prosperity, to
happiness is to plaut one crop, go in
debt lor your supplies, giye a mortgage
on your land, then on your stick, and
wiul up with a mortgage on tho crop
that may be grown hereafter provided
the rains como and storms stay away.
Nortl. Carolina practices this splendid
system, and, therefore, the (armors are
in a rcry prosperous condition, lioliy
fur tbn.t logic.— Wilmingtoc Star.
A ease just decided by a Pennsyl
vania court involved the validity of tbo
law for prun iry elections bold by par
-1 ,s for the purpose of determining nom
inations In sueb a primary eontest
1 candidate promised several persons
!; Teiriit fur their votes and in
fluence, sod the matter being brought
uuo court, it vra held Ji .it sueb prom
lies were in vi« latii»n-of tl 0 law and
:! ,it the jienallirt against bribery at
1 j primaries wore enfurcible in tbo courts,
1 i'bts is n good point gamed. Ex.