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DANBURY. N! C.
PICPI'KR ft SONS, Pubs. &■ Prop
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BATES tr m/»*4 MirTlO* ;
€*• Y«ar, om»M« 1* advance 81.AH
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RiTM or AMTKKTIttIMUI
■ • Sqaare ( ten line* or lc*») 1 time *1 00
• r eaeh additional iu»ertlon Su
for Unjor time or more *pac« run be
wadaU* orrop«rtiou to tb« above rale*.
Traanleut •■trortUer* wHI bo e\pce**l to remit
ao*orhug to Lk«M rate* at the tim« tUe> MM id
L>eal Motlcaewttl btckargodSOpercent.btglier
thaa ahovA rate*.
B utinea* Car 4.« wfttl be limerted at Ton Dollars
R L. HA YAK>HE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Mt Airy N, C.
Speeial attention given 10 ihe collect ion f,
W. F. CART Ell,
MT. AlltV, SUKUV CO., N. t
?IM! l.*i«wliaiei%i«*J*an? twmd
kJCNAKP w#o® |
IMIBT MkIDSKtU.I. W. tiAl'OK ,
WOOD. BACON & CO '
la)>«rMii and Jobber* uf
DRY GOODS, JVOTIOJTSA
WHITE GOODS, ETC-
K«.. Haikel SI.,
PHIL ALKLI'IUA, PA.
for sale will Sad it to their interest to
e*T«Sf Old with
A. O. 801100N MAKER,
148 William St., New York.
a M LKfTWICK.
WIR««, EIJ-RTT it CRCMr,
. RICHMOND, TA.,
Wholesale Dealers ia
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, &C.
Prompt attention paid lo orders, sail «tii>-
V'ryMts Stmt* Crista GtoJ* a
Mssar w. fowsas. soma ». tavlo.
K W. POWKRS A CO..
PAIHTS, OILS, DYKS, TARNIBIIK>
Trench and Amorican
WINDOW GLAfc>S, PUTTY, &C,
CIGARS, TOBACCO A
1806 Main St., Richmond, Vu.
tin and Sheet Iron Manu
Opponitc Farmer*' Watvhons*.
wiwnr«x, K. t.,
ROOFING. BUTTERING AND SPOUT
done at short notice.
Kssp* constantly on haud a fine lot of
Cooking and Heating Stoves.
Ulsr«i, Hsslery, Zephyr and
tlaa bttl mailt Reliable
TrlMMed Hats and Bonnets,
T« knit Ever) body.
First door .South of Hotel Fountain,
WINSTON, N. O
Ur» N- S- Davis.
Practical Watch Maker
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The Singer Sewing Machine
WINSTON, N C.
tf too waal yoar waltli claaui-d out, re
paired or any other work in tlie Jewelry
m. line tills is (be place to get it duDe iu the
IIM p4*cullar t'flicacy l«t due
n»« much to tin- prorcM and
WWJBINa »»uIII In coin (poind lug us to
II >7 IT T IK* InnreilientK theinseiw*.
,T Takt. lt In 11nit 1 . Itcheck*
(IINOUM'M In the outaet, or If
tlicv hf advanced will prove a i»olcntcurc.
No Home should lie Without It.
It take* the place of u
doctor uii *1 coatly pn*-
script lons. \t! who lend 'OK WHOfC
Ni'tlflilui'V IIVcH Will flllil ncurriT
it Ihe | M *t im veiitlve of " NI " T
«ttul curt' i«»r Indigestion,
4'uimtipntioii, llt-uiliit lie, lliliou«nc«ft,
I'IIP* L'lid Mental 1*• |irc*»ioii. Nn IOMM
•if I line, ito Interference with i »i*iii«-MH
while taking. Kor children it Imnont in
nocent Mini harm Its*. No danger from
\|M»sure nflor taking. fore* 4'ollc. I»i
--nrrliti'ii, lion el Complaint*. Fcverl-.li
iiem mid let erUh Colli*. In valid
doliottlc persons will tintl it tllO Irillt cut
Aperient ami Toniclln-ycan one. A li'tlc
taken nt nl»»lit IIIKUICH rHrohliii: ulecp
and a natural evacuation of tlie lioweln.
A little taken In the morning HhiirpciiM
the ap|K'titc, cleanses liic htoinuch und
awcelcnn the breath. 0
A PIIY*ICIAN*B OPINION.
"I have been practicing medicine for
twenty years ailil luvc never been able to
put up a vegetable »oni|x>und th.it would,
likr S»niiuon% l.ivcr Regulator, promptly
and effectively move tlie l.iver to anion,
nud at the same time aitl unate.ul of weak
ening) the dlgeMive and asMinil.uive
powers of die >)Mcni " ,
i.. M. HIMON, M »1., Washington, Ark.
Miirki of Gcniilncncaii: l.ook for the red
Trade-Mark on front of Wrapper. and tiie
Seal anil Signature of J. 11./.eilin tk Co., In
red, on the Hide. Tuko no other.
II>: E ROASTED
AT 18 CTS A POUND
PUT UP IN POUND PACKAGES
Every I'ackiue Contains a
("resent. In ) nine from 5 els
TItADK St'l'l'MKll IIV
Charlotte, N. C.
(L/""Mention tliix paper.
I>o yon brUove if.*
It is a fact!
Wnat everybody says
must be so.
IIAVB VOU ItKAltn IT f
1). D- SCHOULER'S,
The original Cheap Jol»n
Winston N C.
IS lIEADQUAIITKBS FOlt LOW
THAN EVER BEFORE
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
H.ITS C. tPS, HOOTS , I.VI >
67/ O h'S, I I.So n /,' ) '(WO J)S
.LYJ).\ •) 77 0. \:sOF .1L L
A 7. A'/AS.
We woultl full special Attentionourllll6of
FINE ALL WOOL CLOTH
FOR MEN'S WEAR
at the low price of 50c per yard
worth anywhere SI.OO per yard.
Just received a nice line of hoods tor
ladies and children, to be sold at prices
that defy competition.
ANOTHER LOT OF
ft ATI *ft Jr NT HBt I VKtt,
which will bo *>ll for the next few ihi\»
41 only 10c per. yard f worth 20c,
A nice line of
—,Jerseys received to-day-
Cloaks and all kinds of Winter wra|»
for Ladies and childjen to be suld exceed
It will lis lo your Intest when ill Winston
Ta call at
The Original Cheap John's
for any thing T"u mar need. Rmml at the
same old stand, nejt door to I'm! Office.
"NOTHING HtTCCKEDH LIKE HtTCCESH."'
DANBURY. N. C., TIIUItSDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1881
Tlie coniticl.l joins'tlie shaily grovi>,
The mill stHiuls in tlie valley;
I Tli» miller lives wlier* ilaily BOUIHIS
The fllth'id'9 Hjiiteftil sally;
Alone the fenee, across the stream,
Tln-re Is a niesay byway,
That leads up to tlw ?loping caves,
A|».l I brms a sijuirrels' highway.
All slimmer long we ilaily hear
A merry ringing ('latter;
The wlibKing scfulrrelf stoiing s|ioils
With quaint, defiant chatter;
Kroiil larly dawrt to silent
i lieif antics never ending.
: A happy lite the gay things live,
1 lirisk toil and frolic blending.
But still they doubtless have tlioir caret,.
| Mayliap their share of sorrow ;
i And like us, hope for better tlung»
I I'pontiic coming morrow,
i f'iere is an under tide to lite,
Althoii ;li it may seem by play
That makes its thraldom even felt.
Along the siprtrreU' highway.
A HASTY CONCH SION.
"Very proud family, the*o Ueltoni?"
said Frederick lUyues, interrogatively,
■ .is he stretched himself oil the jrass near
j tbc stream where he and hit ftieod,
I George Mj le, liad been fishing.
| "Oil, yes, very proud-cau't touoh 'em
; with a forty-foot polo," laughed (Jcarge
I I.N IC.
••Oh, you needn't laugh. You know
what's roported about tbeui in town is
true. Mother aud daughter are proud
♦'That's itexaotly, l'red. People from
a distance can always tell you more about
>our neighbors than you ku»w yourself.
Hut wh.it if the lSeltons are proud?
That doesn't take any from the attrae
tion of Laura Bolton. I tell you she's >
bcau'.y, Fied, aud yuc, must not go back
to town without au introduction."
"Now, George, 1 came down here to
fish, shoot and have a good tiina with
you, notto make love to jour pretty
girls, and least of all to Princes Helton.
No introduotian for mo, thank you. Not
that 1 objeot particularly to being intro
duced to a pretty girl, but you see I
haven't read up toy pedigree ol late,
neither have Imy credentials with me.
The fact is, 1 never could fiudtany use
for your grandees—jour high-toned
families, who will not proffer the tips of
their lingers until they know who your
"l''red, you're predjudiced."
"AU right: we'll I tit it go at tlut,"
baid frcd, laughing.
The morning after this conversation
Frcd llayues, who wan fond of tho sad
dle, probably because he was handsome
aud dashing, and hoked well in it,
started for a cantei hefoic breakfast.
"Nut very paitiul to riding out before
breakfast iu of the country."
said Fnd to biuiself, as he rode about
two miles without uicet.ng anybody.
Hut presently the sound of horsee'
hoofs coming tearing along a by-path he
was approaching fell upon his ear. He
reined baok bis horse and the next mo
ment a young girl, apleudidly mounted,
dashed out on the road, ani on before
As she appeared, l'red caught sight of
a bright, haudsoiuo face- her figure was
perfect, and she sat in her saddle like a
Fred was quite charmed by the young
girl's appoarau:# and gave a free rein to
his horse ouec more.
How lie mauaged to lose control over
bis homo, or bow the borso managed to
laud huu clear across the road -ill an in
sensible couditioa, was something l f red
never could make out, uuless it was that
he was puyirg tuo much attention to the
girl On before him and too little to (be
spirited creature be was riding.
W hat lia 1 happened was painfully im
pressed ou Fred's uiiud the minute he
opeued his eyes. He tried to move, but
he groaued aloud with pain llii shoul
der sudjtaklc were both dislocated, and
what uudei lietven was he to do here
mi this lonely road, where he might lay
all day, perhaps, without seeing the faoe
of a human being.
Suddenly he thought of the young
girl who was before him on the road
wlicu he fell. Did ah* tee him fall, and
not torn back to render bio> any assist
aace? No, she did not look like a girl
that wood play the part of tbo Lerite of
••Oh, yes base recovered. I am so
glad," Mid • frank, girlhh voice.
And looking up the girl
of his though ta.
The train of her baUt was thrown
over her arm, in b«r delicate white
hands ahe carried a iI«M jog of water.
She knell down on th« fronnd beside
him, bendtng her bri|k|, kaudtome face
over him, aa she aaid;
"Oh, I'm »o glad !"
• Thaiik you," iuurw«|red l'rcd, and
he forgot that he bad a pboalder or an
aukla, "but L oannot mnirtraUud kow it
is that I find mymlf kl Uiia eoaditlon."
"You were thrown IW»>i your borae,"
ahe said, dipping her harw-lu the water
and bathing hia brow. "I think you arc
Yea, Frod tbnaght ao, too, for be
moved again, and the paia of hia shoul
der and aukle made hiiu wiuce.
"I believe toy aukle ia apt ailed." aaid
"I'lieo it must be attended to without
delay. Helton Villa ia not a great way
from here. 1 will go and report your
accident and Mrs llclton will aend the
"No, than If you, 1 would rather not
trouble Mrs. Helton. Ia there no other
house near by on this road? Are we far
from Mr. George gyle's' My name is
Fred Maynes. I'm a guest of Mr. Lyle."
"Ah, indeed!*' and the young lady
opeued wide ber beautiful brov.ii eyes.
'Mr. Lfle'a is a considerable distance
from here; but if you are satisfied to go
to any house on the road, why not go to
Helton's? I never heard of any of the
family refusing assistance yet to any oue
in need of it."
"I suppose they wouldn't turn away a
suppliant at their door, but do you
think the proud Misa Helton would do
for me what you have don*'" saiJ Fred,
earnestly, M be looked straight iuto the
brown eye* bent so curiously upoa bim.
"Yc«, »he would, if she took a notion,''
and the girl laughed, as she took her
handkerchief md wiped the dripping
water Irotu bis brow.
"I ehatl 'jeter forpet your kindness
and the trouble you have given yourself
on lav account."
"Now please don't meuiion the trouble.
You are in need of more assistance than
1 can give you, and that, too, as I oaiJ
before, without delay. Do I understand
you to say that you refuse to go to the
Helton Y ilia ou principle'' - said tbe girl,
laughing as if her own word.* amused
Fred nodded bis head.
"Then 1 will go toGraoay Myres' cot
tage, where 1 got this water; it is just
round the path, and tho boys will come
and help you. Once at the cottage, you
arc all right," aid before Fred could
make any reply tbe girl was off.
"1 wonder who she is? I thoaght she
would tall me her name wben 1 told her
mine. I'll ask her, when she comes
back," was Fred's mental oomment.
Hut tbe young girl did not come back
Two stalwart boys came imtead, and
helped bim up to the cottage.
She was waiting for bin, though, had
the sofa ready lor him to lie dowu, aud
when he was settled comfortably, she
dispatched ene of the boys for a doctor.
"Now you uiuH keep quiet, and if
you have uo objections I'll sit dowu
here until tb" doctor comes," said tho
young gial; drawing a chair over to the
Kred uiuruiered something under his
breath about an angel, and he said
"It ia a pleasure toliaveyou near me,
I forget all about my pain."
"Now, don't be too complimentary,"
and the brown ejea were fixed smilingly
on bi« face.
"May I ask the uauio of the kind ben
The young girl colored to the roots of
her wavy brown hair and shook her
"You must MIC DO questions to-day,"
(he laid, tad Fred saw at once that the
wished to keep her name from him.
The doctor oarne, attended to Fred
and coolly told him that be couldu't
leave the cottage for a week.
"You beard what the doctor said ;
will you cumc and see ma again through
the wee* !" said Fredas be held the
young girl's hand in his as shu was
about to depart.
"1 will come erery day," she answer
"Don't tell bits who 1 am, granny,"
was the warning the girl gave the old
wotuau who owned the cottage « she
mounted her horse and flew away.
"What ii the young lady's name *"
asked Fred of the old woman the mo
ment she appeared at hi* bedside.
"If tbefyoung lady want* you to know
she'll Ull you htreolf," answered the
old woman :u a tone that stopped all fur
Fred waa myatifled. All he could do
waa wonder wbo tbe girl eould be
"Vv ell, this ia a pretty atateaf affaira.
8o you've beer, tiying your best to kill
yonnelf," laid tba hearty voire of Geo.
Lyle, a* he entered tha oettagi about an
hour after tbe aecident.
"George, I ooneider myaelf the luck
iest fellew •live," aaid Fred.
"lleeaaaa you were'nl killed, I aup
po»e," answered George.
"Because 1 wasn't killed. No. lie
cauae I've made the acquaintance of
oaa of tba prettlevt—oaa ot the pices',
girls in creation "
"Yaa, 1 know- aba called at the bouse
aad told me all about it."
"Who ia aba'" asked Fred breath
"Miss Helton." And George Lyle
walked away, whistling.
"Mias Beltoo"' cried Frad, and he
started up ia a manner tbat threatened
dialccation of the shoulder the second
HutGetrge was merciful hi atayed
away and allowed f red U ask himself
a few questions.
"Miss Hellou, before you lit down,nay
that yo'i forgive my foolish talk of yes
terday morning," aaid Fred, when his
bcnef.ictrcu called to see him, blight aud
early next morning.
"Don't aay anything about it. 1
hava forgotten It," and she placed her
her cool han4 on hia fevcriah brow as
she continued, smiiiug : "You know I
can't help being no vary proud."
\\ hen Fred recovered be didn't think
the Heltons too high-toned to visit, and
the acquaintance that wa> formed in so
romaotio a manner ended in a mar.
AN ITEM FOR GOVERNOR
A merchant of New Heme received
from Halem, N- C., a few days ago two
barrels of eomiuon elay pipes, the freight
en wbieh was $1.35 per bsrrel. The
freight on the ssme from Baltimore,
nearly three times tbe distance, would
have keen only twtnty crnls per bar
We call tbe Governor's attention to
this little matter to further satisfy him
if possible that the great railroad cor
porations doing business in this State
have -'divided the empue," and in the
terms of division it hat been decreed
that there shall be no ttafßo between the
people east of Goldsbero and those west
of that point. All commuuity of inte
rest is destroyed and we are forced to
go North for eve* elav pipes when they
are made in our own Slate.
New Berne with her cheap water
routes ought to supply a portion
of eastern and middle N. 0., with their
heavy groceries, and would do it but
tor the Railroad corporations who are
interested in building up other
We sought to free ourselves from such
influences by a eonnection with the C
Y.k Y V. R. R., but the Governor
prefers to foster the interest of those
who oppress us.
Let us appeal to the next General
Assembly to acoept the proposition
of tho C. F. AY. V. to buy the A.
k N. C.—New Heme Journal.
AN INDIAN FUNERAL.
Tbe ludian funeral—it is a solemn,
impressive, intereeung ceremony. The
mounters are still. They point up to
the Great Spirt, down to tbe bad spir
it. They baud round the remain'.
They chant ou their knees, later stand,
ing up—ihey lay bows aud arrows and
other impliments oa tbe remains—tho
chanting continue*. The body is placed
on a scsffoldiug, where it decay* in time.
The skull is then washed and cleaned.
It is placed in a eirele with other skulls,
and in time disappears. The spirit
is now thought ts have crossed tbe
wile river to the happy bunting groaad
A TUKKLKBB FOKKST.
Away down in Dotronsbire, in the
southwestern part of England, there is
a rery interesting tract of land. It is
known as Dartmoor forest, and is so na
med in all old deeds and grants of land;
yet, with the exception of a small grove
of dwarf oaks, it is almost entirely with
out trace' This Strang* contradiction is
said to be due U the fcet of die greater
part of Dartmoor having actnlty h«cn a
forest years age, b#t it was so infested
with fierce wild animals that the people
were forced, in sei" !' f"nsc, to aet fite
treaH, audio, by dcgrn., the loresi was
Ceitain it is that the soil of the moor
ii composed of rich, black, Tollable
matter, and that remains of tree trunks
hare bean found under the ground
Morever, the peoplo ut nur diairict havu,
for (fenerations, enjoyed the privilege of
free pasturage, through a grunt award
ed their ancestors fur services in de.
strut ing wolveos iu Dartiuoor forest
for the 6am 1 reason the; are allowed to
gather ;lie peat which abounds iu the
fens or mat shy lands, and which makes
an excellent fnel. The atmosphere of
the moor is Dearly always moist and fog
gy. Indeed the people who live there
'J hi' Vest wind 1 v\;|_\s brings wet weah
The east wind wvl uitil colli together ;
Tlie south wind surely Wrings us rain,
The north wind blows it bark a^ain.
"Did the weJdirg.go off smoothly
"About as smoothly as such affairs al
ways go off. The only hitch that oc
curred was when the pair stood up to be
Lady (who has a sick husband) —
Don't you tliiuk doctor, that you ought
to bleed uiy husbadd.
Dottor (abseutuiindejly)—No, mad
am, not until be gets well. Epoch.
The Buffalo Courier tries to show how
a man can live on a week. It is
done here in Detroit by a uiau borrowing
the rest from his friends —Detroit
An anti-fat restuarant has been open
ed in London. Anti-fat boarding hous
es have long bceu'known in this eouutry.
Some people appear to be surprised
because Cleop&tia was a little woman.
It doaent requires giant to make a fool
of a mau.— Saturday Evening Ga
People have been known to talk
against gambling all Ihcir lives on
every possible oocasiou, and then, after
all, to go and get married.—Somcrville
A new disinfectant is called creolin.
It is said lo be superior to carbolio acid.
Mayor Hewitt ought to order aeveral
ship-loads of the stuff aud have it
sprinkled aoout the New York news
paper offices.—Charleston .Yews and
A Kentucky man's life was saved by
eating an onion. If he drank whiskey
shortly after partaking of the fragrant
trnit (and being a Kei.tuokiin he prob
ably did), the peoplo he conversed with
doubtless wonder why l'rovidetiee spar
ed him.—Minneapolis Tribune.
Trtmp—Will you give uie twenty
cents, air, to buy a bottle of whiskey
with 1 Gentleman—lsn't that rattier a
cheeky request ! Tramp—You won t
think so when you hoar the particulars,
you fee, I've been drinkiu' all the niorn
in' at a fren's expense an' I want to re
ciprocate. I'm white, if lam a tramp.
—N. Y Sun.
Sayi the Governor of New Hampshire
to the legislative body : "1 Sawyer
game, and your bill Hazen't luy appro
val. Here's aV to settle damages.—
"I'm free to confess that I want the
earth," said ono man to another " Well
1 see only one hope for you." •'What
is thai ?" "Get Jay Gould to make his
will in your favor."—Washington Crit
WK ARE NOW ON TUE ROAD to jroi.
perity if we will just continue to make
bouie (applies at houic and limit our to
bacco trop to what we can handle nicely;
it will bring more money than a large
erop poorly worked and cured. Now
that the time is approaching for pre
paring plant land, we advise onr peo
ple to prepare enough land In time to
grow lb* plant* yon will require aud
prepare the land for all your oropi, and
remember the tiuio has eome wheu a g»od
article only will command a good price.
We have been impoverished by growing
one etop, but we ean get over It ia a few
year* should we make our home supplies
at home, and we will soon have plenty
of money and everything we need.
A wonderful gold lodge has been
discovered in Ariioaa, wliioh is declared
to bo (be richest at or known 011 tbe Pa
From tin* \\ Star.
Throe men were killed by a wlialo
off the coast of Maine.
f»en. W. M. Ttttt, leading Radical
in South Carolina, ia crazy.
Gov.- Hill, of Now York, has appoin
ted iwo women State Asylum manu
will, be Cliris t
mas and will probably wiu'or in tbo
soutli of France.
, » « •+■ **
Dr. Shardy, of New York, who at.
tended Oen. Grant, will go to Germa
ny to examine the Crown Prince.
After all, the majority in Virginia
is alarmingly nuall. It is certainly
small—probably not 3,000. Mahone
| claims it by 'J,OOO. lJu: Mahono is
not a good witness.
Bismarck has great anxiety at the
extreme sickness of tli? a Crown Prince.
The Kuiperor has ordered the son of tbo
Grown Prince, Prince William, to take
his father's p'ace in ceremonies and re
A negro woman whipped a white girl
at Anniston, Ala. A mob took tbo
negress out and gave her a terrible
fllogging. A mob of negroes gathered,
a Dgbt ensued. A brothoi of the whip
ped uegro was killed.
1 The Treasurer of the United States
has issued his annual report for tho
fiscal year ended June 30, 1887, which
is bristling with figures running up into
ilia hundreds of millions; the telegraphic
i abstract will bo fouud very mterest
i Mr. Blaine has been heard from. lie
I feels keenly the New York election.
I Kx-Representative Sweat mot bun iu
j l'aris. Ho says Blaine expects to run
i again. We see it is asserted by New
York Republicans that Blaine is
stronger in that State than his party
California has a iaw regarding elec
tions that is a good one. It will not
allow an election worker to approach
the ballot box nearer than one hundred
foet, and within this distance no one is
: permitted to speak to a voter or to give
him any ticket, card or other pa
| Secretary Bavard has appointed Mr.
G. L. Rives, of New York, Assistant
Secrctaiy of State in place of Porter.
This makes the World very happy. It
! says Hives supported the kicker Nicol
| ag.iinst the regular nomineo of the party.
Mr. Bayard can make a blunder with
exceeding nase. Why should New
Yora gobble up So many inportaat offi
The Maryland Democrats did ex
ceedingly well uuder tho circumstances.
Jackson, Democratic candidate fur Gov
! crnor, bad a plurality over tho He.
publican—Bolting ticket of 12,41K, and
8,000 majority over Bepublican and
| Prohibition. Good enough. Jackson
ran behind Whito, for Attorney Gener
al, who got 11,390 plurality, and
Baugluu, for Comptroller, of 13,000
Lieut Gen. Sheridan has presented
his annual report to the Secretary of
War, from which it appears that the
army consists of 2,200 olhocrs anil 24,-
236 men, during the past jear there has
been a slight increase in desertion, but
the discipline is good, and there is a gen
eral spirit of obedience to law; ho
strongly favors the general government
extending all possible aid to the nation
al guard of the several Statos.
STANDARD*" AD VICE
Would you respect yourself, keep
your heart and body clean.
Would you never bo told a lie, do not
ask a personal question.
Would you retaiu the love of a friend,
d i not be selfishly exacting.
Would you enjoy a quiet eontetlt, do
away with airs and pretences.
Would you sleep and have a good ap
petite, attend to your business.
Would you have others to rcspeet
your opinion!, hold and unvcr disown
Would you have good health, go out
iu the suusbinc. Sickness is wuriu than
WK HAY it JLKT HAD in our hands tho
tho first iour volume* of the Colonial
lteoords of this State edited by Gol.
Saunders, and published by the State.
An analytical index to each volnm*
would refer coot to tbo OOQ