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I)A.\IiUKV, N. C., THURSDAY, APRIL. D 189 ft
IT WILL EVER BE
A c tizen of Hurlem who *" ap
proaching the railtoad depot, followed
by a dog, halted and picked up a stone
and flung it at tho caniuo with ihe ex
"You good-fo -no'hingcur, but I'd
like to knock yout head ofi 1 "
.lust then a man eauie down a side
street fallowed by another dog, and halt
ed to *ay:
"I've got another just nucb cur lieie.
lie isn't worth his weight iu soap
"I'll poison mine this very tiight!"
"And I'm going to thiow uiiue under
"Say," aaid the second man, after a
IUOUICUI'R thought, "CHII your cur up
here and let us get 'em to fighting."
"Good idea. Here, Jep-^Jep—Jep!
v'ouie here, doggie!"
The dog cautiously approiehed, and
as the two animals began growling and
walKiug around each other a sudden
"Stuboy!" brought a climax, and they
it wasn't u minute before the lint mm,
whose dog was underneath, kicked the
dog on top.
' Hold on, now. Givo uy dog a fair
show!" shouted the other.
'•lie's the biggest!"
"No. he aim! Don't you kick my dog
"I'm a gf od mind to kick his owner' '
"I'd like to ceo you tiy itt"
"1 can do it!"
"Y >u're a liar."
And with that tlicy began whaling
sway at each otliur wiih tho greatest
vigor, ending after five minuted in a
draw. Meanwhile the dogs had quit
and d is appealed.
'•I allow no ono to kick my dog,"
gasncd o*jo and iic wiped at his bloody
"And I! i; ing man can call me a
liar," gri -.vied tho other, as ho hold his
' I'll see you again."
'•And I'll see you."—>X«w York
// E CO I'L I) h E EP. / SE
Ar. old suldicr at the C.pitul yctor.
d. y told this story of Monowall Jack
son, says tbo Atlanta Constitution:
It was during ilia va'.ley campaign, I
atid a ladle was expected within a day
or two, though Jackson's plans were s>■ !
carefully guarded tliat nut even lit* ad
jutant could guess thorn intelligently.
Tbjs setf.reliance was characteristic of
Jaukson, and aversion to telling his
plans were well known among his officers
aud men. In fact, it wa- bis policy
to surprise liis own mm no less than to
surprise the enemy.
General Jackson was one of a group
of officers, and another of tlio group was
a Georgia Colonel who is still living.
Conversation was dragging. Jackson
was thoughtful aud had litile to say,
and the effect wa> dampening. Finally,
to revive the conversation, the Georgian
Colonel asked abruptly:
"General, fill we bavo a fight to
Hvciybody knew in an instant that
the blunder was irreparable, aud nobody
realized this more than the lolonel.
Jackson turned quiokh ijnd stared
lull in the speaker'* face, Then be
slowly surveyed the Colonelol froii) hea l
to fogt aud back again.
The silence was painful.
••I'olonel, '(said the General nlowly,
but not in an unkind tone, 'lean you
keep a secret!"
-Yea, General," was the warm if
e.iibarru-s?d assurance, "J know I
can, (jcneri'l. Yes, sir."
"Are you fjuilo certain, Colonel/"
"I am f|nite certain, Genera!."
•(Well, Uo'onel," in the satne quiet,
even tunc, f'su can 1, sir."
7"he Cukiiel'n face Hushed crimson
nud there wan a deathly a lence fur a
hulf minute ur in.no.
"•Now, I," said Jackson, with
MOiue fotilimj, »/hat rudttiuss uf nunc
hurt me as luueh as it did yuu, hut 1
trust that IT has taught you a valuable
lemon. If we do have a tight tii-iuirrow,
Colonel, your regiment shall have t
It in said that $5,000 was epuat fur
Boyle at bin trial in thin city U t week.
Yet his victim got ro assist woe and
justice was thwarted.
Partners that the fly has de
stroyed tie plants on in tiy beds in lota
A (WUJJ NAME
Sunday Schtiol Tfiues.
A young in-in does nit always fl 1 1
it ea«y to get on in the world without
eduction of family influence o. pewonal
friends or propeity or health ; but ho
will find , in the long run, that it is Cur
easier foUtfeun to n.ako his way among
men without any or all of tho e advanta
ges than tu in ik» substantial progress
in the world without tl*; r.yati i of a
gtod eliaraotor even thought be litis all
those other possessions. Character
stands for every whern, iu
spite of frequent slighting*. .Uotl wbo
are themselves licking in a good Aar
aeter appreciate and value of it in
others. A band of robber would want an
honest treasurer. The young ina'i whose
sward cannot b.i beliaved, whose honesty
is not abofc sispeoi in and whim per.
onalltfe i* nit whit it o jjf'it to be, is
not the young ma'i iliat lb; busings
woild lias open places fur He may have
wealth and family position and a host
of friend* ; but if he is without charter
be is at a dis advantage in every position
in life. Who i a young man who has lost
liis ghi 1 nanie ill ikes an tioinit effort
to recover it, liefii da that his way up
war lis a bird i>ni —a great deal har
der, in spile of all other helps, than it
would have b.san if be lial mide a right
start without thov help*. Friend* arc
cjinparativelv po,varies* in their ellirtJ
to win eonfi lenee for one who has pro
ved himself unworthy of it on former
occasion*. Thau it is that the young
man is likely to realize as nevei before
that '-a good nnue is rather to be chosen
than great richei" even as a wor.lly in
vestment. Hjcauie it is so hard to get
along without a good nauir, or to icg
ainitwVen ones surrendered, every
hnung in >n who ha* that p
ought to count it shove price, and to
have a care lest he Icse it.
MJ.YS' FLA'ITb liY OF
II 'OM. IX.
1 would also youig woman nut
to depend for bippiuus* upon the (lii
tcric* of men. Uis a pour cO.npinconl
your sex >hat so mitiy men feel obliged
in your pruieme to offer unmeaning com
pliiuonU. Meu capable of elegant nnd
elaborate conversation elsowljerj some,
times feel eallid uj on lit the door ol \
the dnwii'ig.roiu 10 d rop their eoiuuiou
«on.«a aud to dole on
ttsrh-s They SJ y tilings about v«u ap
p 'it!a:io« mat you know, aud y know
and t!i.-y know, aud they k.io.v. UIM
false. 'Pliey say you are an angel*.
Vou know you arc not. 'I hey tell
"you are looking singular/ l.c.iuliful
this evening," wh»n you know very
well th >t the remark n on ly u co jiiuou
|leositue men ;hiok ilint a emiversu
ti in with a woman is intrre-tiug only
as it i) dotted and .tpiced with flatteries
and niealii igless cumuli ue;.j.s. |)et
n.i id to tell the truth m offi le
and store, and, s!i>p, tliny oo'l.ilJeied
it hofloraulj tolu to u w.mrm. The
sami tiling tjat th ly told yo i on this
side of the drawing-roo.u, thr-'j niiujtus
ifgo tliev said to jiiuj oue on tiie other
• ije fif the drawiu^-room. Oil, let no
one trample on your self-respiet. Tne
meanest thing on which a woman can
bi)ild her happiness is the flattcrost of
mot). —lie*. T. l)e -Witt Talujsge, in
.t/arch Ladias' Home Journal.
The toruado tha: swept across the
city of Louiiville, leaving death and
and (/estruction behind", tho mighty
floods thai over flowing the Mississippi
delta, after sweeping »»»/ the burr.er
that uiau lias vainly interposed are rem
inders to us of this busy a,e that God
reigns, aud that without His care and
prot ctu n man is as nothing. When
all is pro spcrous maiiking, absorbed in
the labors and the pleasures of life, is
pioac to forget the Great Creator, in
whom "we liva aud move and luve our
being " but when groat disasters befall,
mau's hearts turn to Him as tho rivers
of waters are turned. To the peeple of
the stricken city and of the vas rogion
of the overflow we tender most tamest
sympathy, aud our hope and prayers for
their speedy aelivry from all their
A widower with a let of small chil
dren married a widow who was similar-
Iv blessed. In time the newly married
couple added to the number. Hearing
a voice iu the yard one day tbo fsth r
went out ta see what was the matter.
"Well, what was it >" asked his wife as
he returned out of breath. "Your child
ren and my children were pounding
our children," was the reply. .—Texas
WON BY STRATAGEM.
By Mits. M. A. MAX INS.
til] APTl£:i IV. — Conltniel.
"The evening wo arrived be c, a fort,
mghi ago, 1 accident.! ly. really acci
dentally, met this gentleman, Mr. Muy
ii", who was once « very great friend of
iLiue. but whoui 1 was forbidden, for
certain reasons o!' my mother's, to he
any lonjer frindly with. On the spur i
of a moaient 1 iu ido up a )■ lull by which '
I cm. ll eitj y bis society for at loa->t a j
tcwe.:ks before wo parted, probably
forever. Very few of my friend* arc
acquainted with eilberUerald Mayuo or
Mr. Vniibruton, so I proposed to the
former 'hat ho should, as a silt of juke,
you know, take the name of ol the lat
tor, ju.it while iu our company, you
iuhj have ohs rv.vl that 1 bavo never
introduced liitu oifiy casual acquain
nuceii here. I impressed upon him
that if you knew «h > ho really was, you
woulJ report hi. prcs-.iicj to mamma,
and then a lieu to all on- fun at Lu
cerne. 110 agreed- -he generally did to
anything I chose to do -and 1 intro
ducil him to you as my fiuee. Of course
it was all very wrong, but I meant it
is as h sort of practical j ke, a bad or.o;
perhaj!, especially as I soon found my
lot was to plav soeji) I '.dille, and voiL
"That was not all," MUs Itogcr9
sai 1 slowly. '"lt was not all a joke ,
tho c was S' uuthiug else."
Thero waa filcn.:e for a few minutes
between the two woui'n, and nothing
was heard but the gintle splash-splasb
of the lake ; tbeu, with a visihl.i effort,
Alice said, in a hurled and nervous
''Y«s, you are right, thero wa* some
thing else. You remember the diy you
cane to llaythorpe ! I fetched you
haidkeroliief t'roai your room, there was
an I'liDnished letter on he floor "
1 Which you real. Anna interrupt
ed. • |J.-.w honoroble ' Mow truly lion
'•You need not sneer so," retorted
Alien. 'li was hardly honorable on |
your part to purposo d 0114 y->"r best t> j (
tuarry my ituonled liusbaiii. I xmj ■
rep'aeing vour lette; 011 the table when
two or farce words arrested mv ajien
tion, and I read it llir-*ugh. 1 then j
twisted it up ?nd let it blow out of the
window You see, it was 1 who did
evil ihat good u)iglit oonio. 1 have n•! ■
lost uiv lit} band, and you ajc engaged j
to Ije married to tha t}ian you profess j
'to love. Mo barm lias been done, and I j
suppose all parties will ba satUfiel."
" And dn you think tli real Mr. Van.
In u ton will «oj >y (liia liitli ouu.dy !' ,
a-ked Mis# Kogera quietly.
! ' I dure say i'. uiav amuse him, if you j
thin't it absolutely necessary to tell
I him, * replied Vlioe carelessly. "Hut
jlu will hardly lliir.lt •nuuli of iho fart
you played in ft; a* f«r u.ine, I I avo no
| dout tint 1 jhall ho able to expl tin it
I satisfactorily. And no » yoa tumtiou ■
' h'ui," slu adiicd, rising and tuinjr the
; door, •«/ will go and see w'u're he ho is.
■ .Shall 1 send Gerald
j 'fOno minute, Pattprson," exr
! claim'd the other ; '-I slmul l like to
Biy one tiling more. I know it is use- i
'las to ask your pardon, but I s.var
' that I was sorry when it wis ■ too late.
How can a girl like v iu, brought u;i to j
have every liitigalwoU that you can
wish (or, loved by fond parents, sh eld.
|td by them from fn ui all ] ossib o care j
or sorrow know or guess the teuipta- I
lions which surround a woman like me,
| woo liavc boon left to shift for myself
[ 1 from earliest childhood ! 1 have hi 180
one to guard me against hard.-hips and
' troubles. True, 1 htvo a brother who
lends ma a helping hind when he can,
but, pojr follows, he needs ona too of-
I j jen himself."
1 j As Alice listened, tbo hard expession
,iu her face mi cited away, aud her voi;e
was kind and gentle as she replied :
"Do not ppeak so bitterly, Anna. If j
what you say i tru«, uiy fault is iiiueh
greater than your.", for 1 have far less .
excuse. Believe me, in everything j
there is compensation. Remember, after ;
all, you have Gerald, and if lie is nt a
Mr. Naubruton, at least he is not quite ,
I penniless." And so sayingAlicc quiet,
i ly left the room. j 1
"After all, you have Gerald !" These ; 1
words rang in Anna'fc ears as she paced
| to and fry ; but bad «lie got him % W bat
would he «ay if he kRSW, if bo evea bap.
pened to know ' She wat. thiukmg this
> uhtn the man himself entered the room, j
He went straight to her and took her
i into his arms.
"Parlitig, can you ever forgive me for 1
having so grossly deeeiv-d you ? At \
first I did i for fun, and then afterwards
I I tl: 1 not dare tell you, as 1 feared that j
1 you would send mo away, thiuking that :
1 was Alice's lover whom she was not i
; meet, and that 1 should not have to |
I leave you. \\ h.t must you have tl ou- j
| ght of mc, believing uie to be euguged '
Ito one girl, and yet knowing, as you !
must have aiiown, that 1 had fallen in j
love with you ! Will you forgive me
Se drew herself gently away fiom
I "1 forgive you with all my heart ;
listen to me, and than I wonder if you ;
can pardon as easily."
"I will listen t» nothing," l.e cried
impetuously. "1 know you *love me,
thai is enough.'
Once more he put his arms aiouud
' 1 her, and this lime she did uut resist.
"Are you sure,'' she uiurniered, 'you
' | "Are you sure,' she muttuered, "you
' i are not mistaking uie for Alice 1"
For answer be kissed her lovingly j
: and tonderly, aud she seemed quite sat- ,
! isfied with that reply.
' THE END.
Lawyer.— Have you auv opinion* re- |
yarding the guilt or innoeenoe of the
Possible J sir.
Lawyer.—What lave you read about j
]'. J —.Ain't read nawtiiin' cbout it.
Lawyer— Remember, you are »n your
oath. L»o you mean to tell me that you j
haven't read any thing at all about a ease
so celebrated as this one'
I'. ,1 —No, 1 ain't read nawthin about
it. 1 ear."t read.
Lawyer,—Oh, / beg your pardon.]
You aro accepted —Philadelphia l'i j
Edward Itellamv, author of "Look
ing llaekward," will soon become editor
of the Natimalist Magazine, which is
! published in Boston.
One of the worst storms that ovor
visited l>allas, Tunas, is raging in that
neighborhood. All the water courses
! aio over their banks and many hridgee
I have been swept away. Tlio crops have
been badly damaged.
li iriium's show opens in New York
I City on the 12'h
I T'lie homestead of Horace Greeley ct
Chappaqnn, N. Y., was buruod to the
I ground last thursday. Most of the books
; and papers were saved.
Edward Sylvester, ( barley Mason,
. and Harry Williumi, tlir**o noted eon
! nterfoiters, were arrested in liuft'alo,
IN. Y., Thursday nigl.t. They had a
nuuiner of counterfeit dollars in their
Tho New Jersey Legislative Inves
tigating Committee heard testimony
shoving that dead and absent men voted
j profusely last November.
The Pacifio Mail Company's s'.enmcr
i China arrive at Hong.Kong. March SI,
twenty davs from San.Francisco. This
jis 'he fastest trip ou recotd, reducing
the tune yro days.
The canals in New York [Stato will
i be opened for navigation on May Ist.
j After a chase of two yoars, Detective
Pinkerton has nriesud, in Spsnisl
Honduras, Kdtnuud Sturgis crawford
who stole a package of §41,000 in bllli
sent by the American Exchange Hank
of New York City, to tho Adams Ex
I prosi Company. Crawford hascoufes
| sod and implicate.-, others
T"E HOWCfr> 88U.ICRUN
A ST. I TEM LY\'i WI FE.
Not l u :ig ago, wlicn speaking of hi*
wife, I'linoa in reported to
liave fait). ".Vlie it is who has made ine
what I mi.." There have been Kiulish
statesman who eoui I say quits a* much,
liruite was su-s'ained nmiil the anxiety
and agitation of public life by domestic
"Krery care vani.'lies,' be s id, ••lb*
moment I enter inv owi: ruf!" Iln
description of hU wifu H too long to
quite, but we must give an epiio.ue rf
of it. Of her beaty bo ciij it did oat
arise from future**, from complexion or
Irom shape ; "she has all three in a
high degree, but it io not by these that
she touches tne heart ; it i» all tint
sweetness of temper, benevolence, in,
nocenoe and sensibili-.v which a fas>
express, that forms her beiuty, Her
eyes Inve a mild light, but they aw*
you when she pleases; command,
like a good man out of office, not by
authority, but by virtue. Her staturei
is not tali ; she is not made to be ibs
adm ration of everybody, but the bap
pines* of one, She baa all the firmness
that does not exclude delicacy ; she has
all the softness that does not imply
weakness. Her voice is a low, soft
music, not formed to rule in publio
assemblies, but to charm tkoa; who can
distinguish a company a crowd :it has
advantage^—you must come close to bur
to hear jt,"
67/ E RIFFH OS KINS LY
A true bili of indictment was found
against iShei iff Uoskins of (iuilford tor
allowing Lige Moor# t > escape, and be
was held in §I,OOO bail, which was giv
en, for his appearance at next terra of
court, i his, however, means nothing
but a mere legal form, a* the grand jury
is compelled by latv to present the o ffica
who has cha ge of a prisoner and allows
him to escape. All that Uoskias will
have to do will be to chow that he was
not responsible for the escape, and as
' the prisonor was re-captured, the case
I will be dismissed by the court. Madi
THE QOJtPSE GOT MAD.
A Har //arbor letter iu the Sew York
Mall uud Expiess Contains the following.
A goud story is told of a gcniicmao
well known in New York, who is stop
ping uot over a hundred linlus from the
ishcrinau cottage, lit sent his man to &
bar bur chop to have an artist come to
the house the uoxt morning and pbave
hi lit. Bright and early the barber ar
rived, and, ringing the bell explaiuod to
the ssrvant who answered it that Li had
coiuo to shave a corpse, and roentioued
the naiuo of the gentleman who had sent
for bun. He was shown up to the gen
tleman's apartments, and wittiout more
ado entered, nud findiug the gentleman
asleep proceeded to shave him. Hut
thinking that a dead man would not
complain if the razor did pull a little
ho bad uot brought his best tools with
him, so that his victim was soon aroused
and glared at his tormentor. The bar
ber lied precipnalcly from tbe house and
1 it was some time befoic an uuderstand
j iug could be arrived at.
It seems now that the terms pre
scribed by the Leader for the dismissal
of the case against Sheriff Hoskins, that
is, to "show that he was not responsible
for the "escape'' will be very difficult to
comply with.—Greensboro Patriot
Going to bed with a well filled s'ovn
ach is tbo essential prerequisite of rer
freshing slumber. The cautions sq
o'ten reiterated in old medical journali
against late suppers were directed chief
ly to the bibulous habits of those early
times. Nature and common sense teajh
us that a full stomach is essential to
quiet rcpo.se. Kvery man who has fouud
it difficult to keep awake after a jieaity
dinner has auswerad the problcn) for
himself. The c are few animals that cat)
be trained to rest antii after they aro
Durham has six millionaire— J. 8«
Carr. W. Duke, H. L~ Duke J. B.
Duke, U. \V. Watta.jilj W. Dude.
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Andthuso troubled with nenrntiatiesa resulting
from cure or overwork will I** relieved by inkii%
Brown's iron Hitters. cemiina
has trade murk and crowed red Hth * on wrapper.
Needing a tonic, or children V* - ' w«.uUi|
ut». shoulc' Uit •
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It Ik ideamtnt lo .akc, jur*ludigor
Hi.n, au«l Uilio'isiic**. 'll 'ealet* kU.