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VoLXVL GRMtonlA, N. C., January 17, 18#5.
WOMAN’S ILLS AND WOES.
BEYIBAL GOOD W0BD8 FOB 8OFLB
aTin01 AID MATKEIAUBM.
Nbsswaskns u Net I M MM Brito—A
vrsagsa sdSsWaa Osl» tp*ts tray.
Wwpto M 0*»1» «to »«g|Mt-Osly Ms
Tralr ISSSSMII Oss blTtou.
ML boats BsauMto.
Tbs only thing (hat ever seemed to
we ha mao In the Outvie family km
that Jans Welsh herself km rxcsMtve
ly proud of her ability lu Uw "cussing”
liae. She gave fraa ec>iua to this great
talrnt orlmn the neuralgia lield bar in
• O—I ailoo; but 1 »mi*T wliat she
K. nld liave done If the rheumatism
bad conn- to l>cr; and I wish, oil. *>■
earnestly, that ebe bad willed me all
her cum word*. Three I* unt.Mog llist
sjalls expresses all its pusaibilitir*. It
appear* Ilka a thief lo Uw night, end
gives you sever* paint when you least
♦Xpest It, and Uien takas eolira posses
sion of you until jo i so ream wiUi agony
and wonder why Uie district i n resell
grr oumpHBT raised* ita rales, making it
imnoMloh' for |e»r people In hlrt a
boy to do tha deivrad swearing for
them. At aueh times, wlwu the pain*
are dancing all around y»e like liula
devils iliilug a Oniican, luutrr orrialn
to have some><ely ui-ar you who ti ll*
you It Is all for yuui nan god.
AMO MIA CAN'T STAND IT.
1 oan urver be brought to belhrvs
this. 1 regard tlw rbeumiltam as uiw
of Satan's weapons. Internled In make
hugsanlly desire lo go wliers th-re a HI
br mi dtflculty In getting flnnurU
bee led It dues notasly any me -1 for
It Inctlee III tliem a desire Ui say abort,
spitch, wicked w.ada It N calculated
to makwevsu an a: gel cranky, aad al
though wmara are mis itnairebl* lhac
aogets. It Um a mysterl -u. «grst a|»>o
them, oauamg tliain lu wonder why
there were born I often wonder ruy
self why »«n people wars te>ro. T'wy
don't seem to be very unset, a Sr, and
art no ptoasnrs to Uw amid at large
Who brought Into the world. WiUi
oml Or*i Aalxf «*• »* scute to wmm«••
m»d. the deeeewiakrr «ihi ink-a vour |
gown* In August rod wj D-omber arter
you bare t*aiil y»ar seb-t»..e- to lel*
gvaphlng to law writes you a must sffeo
Uooats b-lUr and nj»so- la goti'globe
S)t)lUi lr«uk with you and tall you that
your malarial Isn't rfta cut, bat tlwt
It arUl be aoon? slm Uilnka ibat liai
frankuras rnue-a «• very I 111 i.g. whUr
you wish sou lived in a nounuy wlivra
a airing of pearls aud a flg leaf war
all tliat waa 'll craa iry for even tins
OiiiU elaborate affairs. Frankness la
not altogether a deuiraide Unit*, mil
wlali that the people who have uioie of
it than llrey nerd would put It aW.iv as
OOe does old l»ye letters, aod urTel
feting it out.
•or a OOP Tumas abocnd
However, l aao ont going to trouble
altoul uaaeeraaary people or uadeaira
Me f.artkneaa, but I am going to try
and remember Ural Uie Christinas egg
nog was very good and realize what a
pity It It Urat people only bare It ones
a year, it hi t uuay how i*-npU go au
about tlw world being full of felly aud
plo whaa It really Is a good world. IT
Cbaru la rbaumaosm and broken iwarts
there la aim no aod of good tilings—
good tlunga to eat, and good balnea to
A lag, and good friends to ears fur.
Charles Lamb mid that nohody could
smt an apple dumpling unless sire was
tn a stale of primeval innocence like
In, I at* two last night, and I feel
ao proud of myself that I am bound tn
tall It. You am It la very c xnfoitniiie
to know that owe I* Innocent. fur In
nooeawr and truth go together, aud Up.
gwmo tba throes of ilia rlraumttiam
(I Ilka tkat word throes It sounds au
dramatic) I emu hart the truth like a
rubber ball at eaybody I think ought
to bear It.
his iroaa awn rxd.
The Brat aad truth la tba approranoe
of tba averse* girl In oold weal bar.
If bar ilow* ur ber shorn are a little
Mt too elnaedUIng tiien her nom gets
red, and if alia is donkey et>«ugli to am
powder while the thermometer Is near
aero, she prove*la tbe appe-ranoa of a
walking gtmat. tor the combination of
ooM aad powder results la a,blue akin.
Hot than It la pretty to see bar (?)
whan at* is oa thaavmae with the one
daireet to ber heart, rlhe looks Ilka a
toy tarrtar out for worolsa as she
prance# along, f.w. Ilka most Hew
York era. her walk la abominable, be
ing roalJy a sow-thing between a
praam arid a trot. The ohtuiar* are
that her beloved will look down on
her m she shine* aw*v. aod my.
“How, dearie. Isn't this bracing we*Ui
art” Aad » meek little voice, really
suffering for true lore’s sake as n.oat
of uado. will answer. “Oh certainly.”
OB, MATERIAL TOVtVl
Mb' know* ah# lao’t UUIng lira tralb
and a.i' alao know* Ural inter alw grii
lb a warm mom aha will have a Rood
ary from abaar uacvnueneaa, and bar
heart’* baloaad will pet bar oo tha
beak, bold bar hand and mil her pour
lltUa woman,” and fool dreadfully aor
ry fi* bar.’ Maw hare an Idea tint!
women Ilka I-Tern me They don’t.
Worms Ilka %«ana waatbrr. Rood to>d,
fnob boo bona, good wlaaa. tatan-allne
book! Ill laghwas. I don't mean, of
oooraa. that all eoaaaa am laty. bat if
It wempmalhla, 1 think limy all would
ba. Woman a«a delightfully material,
end I don't know hot what It la tha
beat thing to ba. We oa» talk aa much
atarullNI Um aplrltaal. Wa
ni raollaa oil our fondart dreamt of
Idyll W) life and apIrUuel coeapenlon
ablp aa payer, hat before we do vM*.
wa here to ba n bit material and get
tha pap*, gulbIan* Ink.
Porte and writer* plea a* book*
about tha daflgtit* of the tplrltoal
Painter* attamnt to put It in <*>lor on
•anram. and wbat la lha rewiHf Tho
aplrltaal aoraao. lha aytrltoal maay*.
iaOhlag atoaoaphere and actios, ara
■Ot real The aptrltoal pltdara* am
ant IB ha «f raUaar akiany women,
Wmriag bat HOW and aa dlapl eying
Ibair bomm to an URappr*oUtlra world,
white they bar. Immaoaely lam* aya*
1*4 Uak Ml U they war* aUrrad.
FOB THB ARTIST!
Nobody buys the pictures; and the
artlsta think they are not appreciated.
To me, that moat beaatlful picture,
Titian’s “tjleeplng Venus," shows that
It had a heart In It. There was a
strong brain attaohwd in the physical
beauty of Pauline Heart) hard t, and oer
tatnly there were luring, purseuuled
wuiDot) among those who faoed death
by the guillotine, dylug fur their King
and Utelr religion. Did Carlyle yearn
only for ^Irltual refreshment when Its
was writing the "Life of Frederick
the Greet’’? Certainly not; he wauled
the heel supper that Janie Welsh and
her devoted handmaiden oould get U|>
for him. Was Charles Lamb, In Ids
hiring, beautiful and aut life, think
ing uf astral bodh-t when he wrutr the
assay on "lionst fig”?
Did De Musaet Gautier, Heine, Du
mas Rossetti or tlaiiiihurno write tlielr
warm, glowing, passionate Hues under
the luHueuoe of the splrilsal, at sliown
by two peacock's featliers and a glass
of hut water? Noneaeoas. It Is the
must remarkable thing, considering its
•gw, that Ilia world Is so foolish. There
Is ■■•lUiliif so egqulaltely twautlful as
asaterial of the Bnast. It may be the
skin of a woman; It may be the bro
cade that makes a petticoat, or It may
be a dainty supper table airunged to
pleaee the eye and delight the taste.
We are having a lltile taale of one
woman'a hire of the material In the
dialillga that are published agalusl
Now, lanoiully, I Mine In low
bodice*. wJUi ii pronto. The pronto u
Uial tlie neck it whit* and weli-shaprd.
and the liudtea to cut Uial Hit nrek and
shoulders show lo lire beat adranLagr.
Ol course, there are wuuien who have
little nal aenae of the beautiful, but ll
la more than probable that In llioa they
will learn Wliat a mUUke they Iiaye
A woman who wear* her clothes In
aaetmiw is vulgar, when the absolutely
nwde nay be exquisitely modest I nr
who* cranks nay- been objecting to
••Trllbjr,” and calling It imuioial, be
cauae lire lierolae posed fur “tlie allo
getlier. •* I suppose there are some
lieople who are Innately course, and
lire#* are among theai. A womun's
ariua, round, white and well formed,
are Uiiugs ul Iswutv; n womau'e
throat, well tliaped and white, |s a
■Darbia column, supporting a wall
shaped bead, which, presumably, holds
a sutftca-nl amount uf brains to draw
the Hire between wliat la beautiful and
iwrfeelly uuidret and wliat Is cuidoium
and ugly. I have always thought mod
rely a complete virtue, and to Ire Im
rme’eet to hr ugly, l-ut having my opin
ion about it, 1 wl'| leave ll to tlie
cranks to tight it out among theue
THE “EHOP LADT.”
It 4a funny bow woman kind la dom
inated by tire lady befctwd tbe counter.
I witoisswt What nilghl be called an
aplaodr ilia ntliar day. A Udy, quietly
dressed, one who be I level that quirt
dressing Is proper when die is shop
ping, was anxious to get some under
wear suitable fur a servant, but. ill
oouraa, she did not explain her affairs
lo tlie young emnoi wleioondracended
to Walt cii lier. She s»1d; “I want to
see tome plain, Uulrlmmed nlglil
draaeea. There was out before her a
bog* pile, trimmed with cheap and
glaring embroidery. Sire ventured I hi
re mark; “Perhaps you dl in't quite
understood me; 1 asked fnr plain
nigh Id reen."
tVttli a loan of her head that made
her Payche knot tremble, this answer
w«* hurled at her: “Weil, I am sure
tbaea are cheap enough, and muoh
Tlie wucld be buyer meekly said: *‘I
didn't ask for cheap thing*, nor lesion
wide things; I asked fur plain Ihlup.”
Tbe word* that earns a ere very posi
tive: should think I'd teen long
enough In the business to know what
At last, because she wet really loo
tired to go to any other plate, the un
fortunate woman asked again for
plain cues, and this lime g<* them.
She selected what site wauled. paid for
them, and gave her name and address,
that they might be tent home Then
the lady behind the counter remarked;
“Goodness gracious. I sboaldol
think you were Hist man's wifs wh»
you buy snob truck!”
That waa tire last straw, and the
•hopper departed, taking a must (•■(emu
oath that sire would never put her foot
In that shop again.
JTow, this happened to me: t wanted
■ yard of pink ribbon I stated the
width and Uis shads I >o told that
Woe area mora fashionable. I tald t
wanted pink aaUn. I was then In
fonnad tlmt n>oire made up into bows
batter tlmn satin. I tald I didn't
want to make it Into bows, and ta
iniiob against her wishes, the young
woman whs at laal forced to glee roe
what I wanted. But m I (eft l Had
the pteasorsof hearing this farewell
remark: "Hhn dou’t know the differ
enoe between wtiat Is and what ain't,
and I don’t oars about her otd rib.
Well. It all nomas about In a lit*,
tjme. 1 may mention, by-the-bya,
that the young woman who Was so
unwilling to sail ms pink ribbon had
been lotfrripied by mu when aha was
reading k drewaa hook Y.m know wa
all have nur Hut* peoulUrutu*.
»*a’u rt rausTiTiriaa,
I don’t Ilk* to dream of black bee
tles, because if f do somebody I am
food of Is lure to t* taken »tok.
A friend of mine brlteeeu that if ahe
drenoiaof gold, trouble will mine, but
bank nates will bring good lusk.
I don’t anviHwe yon areguperstltloua,
still, If I warn you, I wouldn't sing lw
fura breakfast, because If you do you
will cry before tea.
If 1 wars you. whan the palm of my
left hand Itetwd. I would ron It eu
wood, bemuse than, for carta In, yoo
will get Um money that is asaaat foe
K I wwe yon and my naee itahed, I
would Imes an astra plane at tha labia,
for you in going to klao a utrangsr.
If I were vou and 1 eavr a plo, I
would ptok I. up. for then, for aura,
luck will eome that day.
If I were yon I wouldn't walk under
• ladder, for the devil la waiting an
the other tide to take you.
If I were you and dreamed of wtfte
noraaa. I would look up my blank Oreaa,
for 1 would know I waa going to a
If I were you and a aaaogy-louking
dog followed me, I would encourage
him, beeauae ba would brlug a band
•oat blood bualwod.
lflw*cryuu and aaw a hairpin on
the door, f would grab It at otrce, for
then tire letter that you were
looking for would arrive. .
If 1 were you, I would have a little
IMltrnoe with the smelt superstitions
of women in general, and oue in par
ticular; sbe wl>o carnet a ral<bit't foot
In one pocket to bring good lock, and
a borae chestnut In the ot her to oura
Hit rheumatiim. Who Italic? She U
: youra for health. Baa.
». TATLSI BAD * CUMI CALL
H»«M *Uk Itelhlm u ~r— OC
Waahlngloa, N. CL. Uawaia.
On Toaaday about H o’clook Mr. W.
H. Taylor, uf Uw arm of Taylor A Boa
anil, niauufMoiaram of lumber, waa
■ewn coming from Ilia mill al axial per
factly nadu. Iia*mg only a collar, half
a shirt sleeve, a cuff, and hka shoe* ou.
All tlw mill hand* wltosaw him thought
ha was ora**, and runaway frightened.
Mr. Kuastll. who was looking slur
the construction of Ilia dry kllua a
llllla wgy off ran to Ilia rescue. It ap
pear* that Mr. Taylor was patting
tome rosin on a polity to prevent tUe
hall from slipping, whan a key that
had not bveo driven up or cut off
caught bla alMve and •iiaiohad him
agalutt a rapidly revolving ahafl. In
stantly be waa whirled touud and
round tlie shad; tbs pressure waa aw
ful, until Ills clothing gave way sad
he Was hurlnl some dUteoce with lilt
ckillvng at ripped from him, sod be
badly bruised. WUvo Mr. Rumi-ll
nwohtd lilm lie throw bla coat and a
blanket over him and sent some one
for the doctor. Mr. Taylor walked
home. Dr». P. A. and ». T. Niclioi
a»u cars* and found that taro or three
nba were partially broken, a Dumber
of brtnww, and puaaitd* Interval In
Morgan too KaraM.
The PuahKjiat Legtalalure baa or
ganiltd and gotten down to l••aluv•*.
Zen Vauce Waller, out of the liralnf
t*> y- ung Republic* a* In tlm ritetr, has
atcurrd ibe Speak>r»li|p plum, and thr
minor oOlcta have been |>arcel!«d uni
aiming the hrbehmru of the wlngt of
tlw R- publican party -for there Is no
doulglhsl North Carolina “Populism”
and NorUi Carotins Ream Id town tun ate
oo« and the Mat Then will la a
few klrkei* of courae, but they will be
onalde to prevent “fusion” prnvlng
ixacllad and permanent consolidation.
It luoks now us If Uw Bailor PrUob
ard combination would run out. If
nnt ii will bn Butler and some other
Republican, ami It makes vrry little
dltfer>nee to the Democrats who get*
tba abort lerro plum. Butlar will get
the lung term, betond a per-d venture.
The county government plan will be
changed and tlw election law will be
repealed, do much i* settled. Every
thing rise ia prunlemutical. We will
as* what we will a*t).
Thare will be many hills ln( rod need
that will ba of vital lnlerost to the
dUte and It la passible that the effreu
of their legislative work may be fHt
for years to come. The Democrat*,
with tba assistance of the onnaarvative
rlcmeut in the fusion, may be aU* to
thwart tlie •eheroes of Uw radical*1*
ment that ia willing to blow tha State
and IU institutions into smithereens
In order that they may have a chance
at soma of the places. That It ahout
all thare aortas to ba In tlie legislative
situation viewed from a Democratic
•tandpulut. The Democrats can't
hop* to make toy law* this tint; but
they may assist in keeping bad lam off
the statute books.
TUTtw# aw ta Mltto.
Tl>a Halitbnry Harold Iim «n loter
ettiog article allowing huw untrua It it
tbat there It do elianoe In public life
for young men In North Caroline It
but Iifitli been ■Urged that the Demo
cratic party of Uilt Slate force* lit
Rowu to the rear and ratrnret all
tors for gray beard# U dort a all
to honor tht old mm, r»r *‘tha Imary
head la a crown of glory," hot It oae
Ulnly hat not herV-cted those or lata ma
lura jreart. Tlia Hrrakl meotiuna Price
and Ovsrman aa young men who huva
hsau elected Speakers of the Ilonae, and
ml ht hare mentioned Rosa. It refers
b> ex-Chief Justice Shepherd, of the
Hoorewm .Court, and Boykin, Brown,
Battle and Alien, of the Superior
Oiurt. We tupplment IU llat with
Hokt and Wloeton. Among the so
licitors, it immes Long, Wabb, Junes.
Barter, P.mj and Woodard, and might
liavt named MeNelli ard Allan. The
The praaw.t Aitotney General. It truly
myu, "looks almost a boy,” and the
State's Lieutenant Governor I* .
»oun( man, Coogreaawa:i Bower and
Crawford. It remarks, are nuraltig
their Brat bablw, and the Hat aould be
a good deal prolonged.' We do ant tnp
tmea there It a State la Uw Colon In
which yiaiog men have a (sort open
Bald than they had In North Carolina
wlitt* lh» D*«aocrat« bud pfMMivlon ot
tlie State Their favor* have not gone
by age; there hat been on other taat
than merit; whoever was able to men*,
ura up tn tht* standard was eligible
! o*'*rarl«t If within the legal age limit.
I We arv nnt eharglog that any other
party it the Slate la proscribing young
men, but only Supporting the onnUu
1 .of nu’ contemporary at
(Salisbury that tbs Democrat* party
j aertaloly hat not done to.
■in ■ lui wi»au j iljj IISJ ■*
of UlO Boord «rf *do
(MUooofUuton County, N. C., bold
In Delian on Monday, /au. 7, UU, K
wa* ordered that the apportlonnaoti nt
aehoot fund* to tbe aerosol IlLatrlct* be
made aa follows:
To all Diatrlet* 90 oeata per scholar.
Diatrlet* with from -
S£| ***5*—■ «*■*»«• aeayae.i
8S 8 : S : : :
Va OttrM lo Wvi Ivm tiou |M. .
Extended In detail a* follows:
HCXXAUT or SCHOOL rOfCLATION.
wiirru. , ooloud.
Total .tsKgl Total.3497
Apportioned to whites.66796.90
Apportioned to colored..69600.49
L. M. HorrXAX,
The moortit* industry 1* trowing
Into enormity. The market premiere
a better price. Fine Beooasll* now
■ells for 7 oenta per poend. There lias
been aay affluent of moosslte sold 1*
this county this week. Mr. W. B.
Palmer, who bays for Mr. U A. Get
tyt, bought tereral hundred pounds of
“yellow sand” Monday at 7 eeate.
The whole eoun'ry ere®* to he
awake on the subject of mnassitoi
The leading northern paper* sre dis
cussing It »ery elaborately- Many
northern capitalIrta are coming to
North Carolina to buy land sod Invest
their money Just nu account nf man*,
site. Theru is uo doabt bot lliat we
possess untold and unthought of rlohee
Uist are lying In welt tu bs dlsoorsred
*!*9 to prod use wealth among the peo
pl® ®f opr country. The South Is oe
dnubtedly the greateet pert of Uni
Union aod North Caroliu* Uie great,
eet tHaU in the South.
Tit* Winchester Timet aayn, a day
•oaroely panes In the newspaper office
without* visit from some op* who has
witw fault to Bad with somebody or
aomsthlng. H* wan la Urn editor to hU
tend to the matter for him. Soma
times It la the Bra department, again It
la Uie police, aud next Ilia* it ou.y be
Ui* dog catcher. ‘-Why dew*! you
•cots ’em?" he aaya “Tbaj are not
dolus their duty.’* Then bs goes lotc
decal la, talks about tbls and that being
an outrage ou the tex-uaywa, eta.
Wlreu the editor tell* him be will pub
lish hla numptslnt proved h* will sign
It, he aaya, "O, no. I don’t want to
put my pam* to it—don't want to get
Into trouble with theee people, don’t
you aee. Can't you put It In alias*
of an editorialf" He does not care
what trouble lb* editor mer r'- Into
by publish jug hi* grleraoo*.
Mat* (he Leeel MB
earth trgbrnbem Neva,
I >00*1 Ml I lore are 1 Jeer'd for a great
many thing* they oan’l b*ls, »ucli as
using partiality In mentloolng visitors;
alylng newt about some folks »ud leav
ing ont others, and ao on. He prin'a
allanoli lUm* that ha can flud. Homr
p-oplr Inform of such thing* and others
do »ol. Aii editor should uot be expen
ted to know the name* end rvaldeneea
of ell arrival*, aad It I* frw»ue*tly the
case that he la unable t" aaorrtaln
them, ir you will Stab* It a point to
Ull us tbesa things van will gladly nsa*.
Umt them. It la agah gears U»l makes
1 • nnwagapw.
Rkv. B. K Bqtok. P. D.
•L» WUU CMIH.
A Talk Hllm wilt taMlam mMI
■ k. gy — - - - -
“aHLWrt WSSL.09^" -
“Old Polka Corner" has been up be
forr ay mtud flouting Ilka an undefined
thought for toon works and Indeed
was rather amusing at first. Bat tbe
■ure I thought of It tbs serious aspect
grew Ull it now bas put on a gravity
Uiet eoamaoad reaped if not venere
Old MU ooroer, is not s new thing
In Uw world, however taw It may tie
Is our paper. Go where you will into
the old established familial of tba lead
•ad you aay see tba Grand pw of two
or three genera Hoc* mod It may ba tin
bride of bta early manhood sitting over
agaiaB aaelt other; both In the oornrv
olalmed as tbalr own. But oeoally one
aorrsr is empty aud you may sot In
trude, far lu empty fomltwrs la rw
tauird as a sacred relie. Uueeo Victo
ria has kept Frioos Albert’s piste end
his empty chair Is eat at her tabi* every
dav. O these empty corners) They
• II the shots I loose with thotr emptV
nt«! This ia Grandpa'sehatr. Thaaa
are grandma's spectacle*. Touch llglit
But this ts tba empty cornet. Let
as think of tbe otlieis ret occupied.
There aid fulks not s corner—a
place by tbemeetvaa where they will
enjoy tbe home fooling. This thought
of becoming s "sUwogsr on LheearUi."
let that be tbs very last Hurt comes.
David uo doubt cam* to It, hut can’t
w* kaeplt off a wlitla at least, If n-a
till tbs last good bys. Ysa. we sari and
wr can help old worn out grandma to
feel that eh* ba* still a sweet home
wbsre tba sun risea and eats and eprfng
time lias nut yet faded Into wluter.
Wr ato open tbe window* and lat in
i he rising sun on lier corner. Wa can
draw llie curtain and let the lastray* (all
from tbe brilliant wren: peeping In as
tb«y -^a*-1** —■'—-■‘-ns — isrthi
It good bn* but tbs sod lass day. full ol
prephrclc* of tbs eodlsss day beyond.
Old folks nr*d to faal that they are at
home and they need e ooroer.
They need ncorner that they maybapro
tretad. Tba young bloods rush and mix
romiiiog with tbrlrwwrkaud old folks
need a corner where they oiay not be
Jottlad. Let the bnysromp but give llwm
play ground that there may ba nu exouse
for intruding. But keep U-esc corners
so near ilia common that tlwoccupants
nisy took on nod eujoy tba life that Is
rushing by. Now it was so thoughtful
In you, Messrs. Editors, so courteous
to tat off a corner 10 your paper fur
three worn workers, from wtiioh tbay
may savvey lha activities and enjoy atill
a sort of copartnership lu ibesa more
asnla. How lonely they beooms when
tlicv as* oooaetoui of Isolation, that
society has built them an asylum and
shut them sp. Xu. Asylum* are s
beautiful ornament of Christian civil!
cation but keep your veterans out of
them a* long as yon nan.
Old folks comer! Why liters is a
bsnnty and dines* in that whleh rite*
above ay power* of domp)latent. Trow
tlia burden wt>d beat of tlia day have
done tlietr work aud Uia worker liaa
fallen and it lying faint under tbe juni
per tree but lb* angel bss eoo* to his
lieip. God Mass these Ueavmly visi
tants, for tlia morsel now given will
last till we reach tbe buck sM* of tbs
desert sod lbs mountain of God.
>■> corner■ not u> oury in* oia
folk* but lo ihtald end aid tbalr de
clining activities ud shear end aolaee
their fading earthly Ufa. While their
tread It heavy end tlielr step (low and
methods much behind lime; they, from
their comer, nan lookout upon a new
born draroh tltak lav Itaalr from Um
deal and putting on a near energy and
beauty promising to llva •hen tha
workers are daad.
Thus yon emit a platform on tha
•Inpea from which tha alrea can great
tha tone ana looking bank ralaa Ilia
tha alKiut to the coming. "We tee the
He lit gleaming." "It It not dark."
I oea WuSt Me lore »1tn tha na.
•* Mn Tea* Ad WU* Mole Tw Sat
TIm etglitaaatb of last October Mr.
T. J. Patrick, of Bowling Qraati, 8. C.,
ndeerttaed In thle paper out tlaaa Pat
ha lied lost a spotted ball dog. Noth
log more area heard at tha matter for
tea week a nr na»ra. One day I net
week a man from near Iron Htathia
cam* In and got Mr. Pal rick hi adJrvaa
lo Inform tli" awaar that ha knew
where tha dog ana.
About ait weeks ago young Prank
Narrla advertised In two teeoae a tot of
framing lutnie-r fee aaln. Tuesday of
this week a man sailed at tills aOoa
to read tlw advertisement wlueh
ha had liaaid of at being In tha paper.
Who Is It that ant a .udvertlartoenla
are sat read sad than talked aboutf
Neither of the parties who sailed Ic
•newer to tha advertisements la a
subscriber lo the paper They beard
through those who Were.
Ba aura ymsr ad. will halpyna out
**la» and Ur me olwarfgUy fumUbad
.—. II Ml I ■ I
mult from um of fertiliser* rich in potash. Most fertilisers sold
do doc contain
to insure the best results. The results of Use tote* favestigadasM
of the use sml abuse of potash ore told kt our books.
Thry mmitw. Ji w!H tom ytt mmMf u ml Arm. sol Ary wHt m ywt
<ha0*<v_ OKSMAI* KAU WOBKS.m Sterna hrm.llm1M.
OOOO MAW Win* AMP MORAL*.
_ mm itm
-,-at eed*1 Ilf* at
tba national capital about which paw
Pta la ami lit* baw little or aotbEw.
them an tha imj aoaial Ufa at tha
hacraoln. Port Meyer aad tha aaaal
drela at the nary yard, **y* tha Waoh
laytoo Poet. la many napaeta thay
an atanllar, Iwwli aa thay «nanM
tut* little world* apart bam tha ■»
anl aoataty of Weahlaytcn. Tha Ufa
la tea tern tha etruyyllny jn*imrilw
and beart-lmrnlnys whiah eharnetariae
tha outalda world. Tt
a ua boongen, .
Iln with In thair _
aetly what thay an
they yaa»* their
layIjy. It lemon
the* a aootel rirol*
an amoay tha i
way* a feellny of
than all whiah deoa not i
Ufa. The My b atandardaof ,
U*a beyond thair pay,
edtaan without belay hroayht to book
aad held to aaaouL Thaaodaof men*
aan aad nnralai tbarafrwa. la hlyhar
than It b biwoet aortal Ufa end aaway
a lot of Mwlbiai MbradteTS
the yrmad faactloaa of aoataty. la
yoaayyirlethe Ufa la yarttonlarty at
tertln aad ahanalay. Thay ban tha
aodety aad attention of waU-hnd aad
wail-adaoatad youny fallow*, wba an
alwayo at thair aarrtao end wwr fail
to do enrythiny In thair pawn to ooa
trlbute to thair plan* Tha married
eouplee ban pretty, taatafsl eetoblleb
manta, with all tha mnilara nnmhirta
aad aonvantanaaa aad wtthoat tha ter
at burplar*, tempo, booh ayeat* aad
titiarlay (emote. The ralatlona ucmr
tha famlllaa an kindly eaf
aad la Umaa at
rtaooaa the lew to otker
St too nil] eboat
otkar Dvook'i Obmlap* ^
toto Wed an ywianQy promptly aet
open, aad oa amyann or rirraldnia
poly la tolerated. The rowtia* of
duty of tha art owe la aot tot bard
aad doom aot monupoltaa all thair time.
They ban amoayh Mann for social IM*
nud time to ha polite. Then la none of
tha burry end marry, tha aaalaty and
worry of «M1 Ufa. Aea rule the oi
oan prefer duty with thab. raytmeata
and beUerlaa to owaalled soft detail*
la tha department*. They lean thet
•ort of ambition to thorn who pall for
SOMt NEW MAXIMS.
»ae Dm lliaiis
Bdnoetloo b titdabtUt thbr, my*
tto Philadelphia Record, tot tt la well
to remember from turn to Um that
BOthlBg that la worth knowing eaa ha
Pabtla opinion aatoa only whom
thar* ara ao Idaaa.
Tb* bgUah at* alwaya rtagniHaa
truth* la to heta Whan truth baaoama
a Mat It loam all tta IntaUaataal aalaa.
It ha aery md thlag that nowaday*
thar* la ao littl* oaalam Information/
Tha only link lilnim Utarntar*
and tha drama left to aa la Ragland at
tha praaant mom ant la ttohffi of tto
la old day* hooka war* written by
man of Uttar* and road by tto pahtfct
Nowadays book* at* written by tto
pobtoaad road by nobody.
Moat woman ara ao artlSatal that
ttoy barn ao aaaaa at art. Moat man
ara ao Batumi that ttoy hare ao am
Friendahlp la Mr aaar* tragio than
ton. It lasts longer.
What la -*-ml la 11M ataadaia
normal raUWana to art It la tha only
thing to UM thad stands M normal rw
A aahjaat that la toaotltol la ttaaU
| ** yn*” *• wttat. It
Tto only thlag that aa _
| Mate tha oboloaa. Tha only llto
tha aahUa aan m# la tto am_' tha
roaalt la tto arKMam of tto j-T1
I Art W tha only aartaaa thlagM tto
world. And tto arttot I* tto oafy pa**
aon who la oarer aartoaa
] To ha really aaadkrml oa* should
; tor* a* body. To to really madam
: oa* ahoaM bars ao seal. Tabaroally
I Oreeh ana afaoald tor* ao ulTrlhta.
I Daadylam la tto aimrilim of tto ate
; aotot* nodarulty of b**«ty.
! Hr. T. Hawtan Halliburton. tto
MteraMi grad looking fallow who m
aalliraoilag arouat Ummaiaoten along
alh Idoarr, wee H o of tfirgiaat
at Arm of ito SUt* Resale late weak.
1 The IdnringUwi DUpaltA aetaattat
on# day last weak a man brought a
•bob. Wagon lead of rabbits la Mm.
hbrgaotaa eh ltd ran aft kartag a
Mi«a rasa ala.
c. f P. : MOORS,
• M Mato and Ooaaapaatoa* .,
a v m*xwm.
-A TTOMBBT-A T-LA W
•MtOMU. I. G.
Will praotloa la tfco Miutltoaai
la Um> Ftdarwl Coaito.
i i imuti ’
—nwtT nrram vr_
1" CnriMr Roaa T. M. C. A. gaUdfa*
Tbs menifimiet of the
Bo u I table Lite Aueraou
Aocttey in the Dtpartmeat of
the Carotinaa, wishes to M
core a few Special Resident
A farts. Those who m fitted
for this work wfil find «Me
A Ran Opportunity
It fewer*, howaewr.awd these
tact, penreeniirw, sad the
respect of their commaalty.
Think this matter over con
telly. Then's aw wneeal
opening (or somebody. If k
fife yrm, ft wiE pay job.
thrr Information on
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