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CHARLOTTE, O., GCTOBER 18,18SS.
UOLTON k WILLIAMSON,
Editors a.nd l'aoramoRS.
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TY All' JclL-re en bu.o.ae u.ual be due.' led to
; L.IST OF Ii:TTi:tlS
REMAINING in the IW OfT.ce in Charlotte,
mi thu 1st duy of October, I Bis.
n J i Hi r son
Armii trong, John
Adama, J. W.
ihe Edit -.. l-etterti n.u.t be poatpaid or they Jr"' "
w,,,-.-. be .tended to. I K.Tl.M'
Tr Payment can be nude to either.
If Poalinaatcra are authorized to act aa agenla.
To the TravclliBs I'libiic.
III llll'NK luvmg die-meed
lna ittlervet in hi Kaleitiieti
llollun, II. II.
Uriys, J. J.
rl-bcock, .Ms Edith M.
Ilu.hncll. V. W. S,
Illuir, J. r.
Black, Col. John
I'.fOW'll, U ll
maul ( A. Bnili.tne Sl I n, fender h,e M rrylull, J. J.
cordial tiienka to hia Irund and cu.
tiniM re tor pa- favo a. end wetild iu.
fufni them and the public gettt-ret'y. ihal he will
no.e (l-v.-le ft la eltt-nlioti rlclueively Id the dud.
i. ntvlil of t'.e
ATIl.ItU AS IIOTI.I t
hi? ifg raH th' p'im-r'v for a irnii of ynrt.
I ieii 'U'tiH A iihiii h,Mii ii ret lun(irr(l yrii
of tiifl Ha I ir.-d OfTi'fl uf U pl. j.
fcpiingt St l.'o , and ii'm d m ltd I'uMita
DAILY HAIL LIME
it ! tin ll'iia. Ttt Mjm Uiva iha Amari.
cn ftufpl. fir If eitt lyii c r wne.intf itiiriiditt: v
-er lit arna1 tit' ti 4 ra antl artiTe ry Uj) ( oh.i irikHotJ
K hliaiii, Sidiu j
Mightjiii, W in. C.
H.rnt-tU U. V,
Hull, Kii W.
Hi ( klll. Ti, f. G.
Ii.,k. r Hainirt
IjV ii ton, "J hoiuat
Coffin &. Ilaizd
ii 5 p i
f'iif'eiU5J l tM.it)r li.e h-4prl foul tu li4itittur
(ht t an tm I(iuiii) Iront (Jhr la A ! lof liit.li
aiund bi Null if and Prtr(bt'p lor 917 tHt
t'atwpi.gara n g rrth'f iNurifi or SMiih will
m fA Ifh ! ltie tlMtti"fi llml I B'M ft! Ml lie
rig ; iietatai iitfin; urty ifimg in tetiMtM in
tyt tsina ur tli il'tir'ur tf i't i( t,ig(-.
J II W , 1 1-., a',- t f'HH-ii 0. llti
l)pt on I ii'itil (' cr, at.d vi ink
ficure tit wailitij 01 p4eii;fr goiig th'tuii
r any Mtitnif iu a y l tii tit?fM.ii Unlet I
C'-oiiih r, Jamct (Ilcru)
In iin, Aaa
...iiiif r, ii. W.
-11) h 1.I I eV Hugina 3
(ihih, T noma a
( I ti'ton, John
tolhn, John M.
1 hla', W .
t jutpit II, John
I'nijf. .Mm, S. P.
( l.tf , .ikim
ff a m li' i-nt htimbr uf Portesfa at hta com (VaigheaJ I. G U. P.
(id in atti ti 1.. tttmt ft and ihn r tmffiifc.
c akoi.iw i.
I5Y JKNMNCS II KEUH,
? harlot tr, A.
! !) riy, J.ni,r.,
I ihci. Iao', 5
) I ' . v!, .fri?e
' J. 8.
lijvidaott, i. A.
r-M-a.ra Ifi IxM
! Fillacrc Hotel.
i -)$4iiw muwj-i J. w. m 4
i HV WJI. K. tat A N'T.
),V,J.ul ,W1J DaVld j
Kiblinjrer, M. M. t A. A
Kiiif, A. A.
Miea Nannie Keter, l.ciinn l
Tho. F. Kirkpatritk, S. H.
Pyrua E. L
Tlioinaa J.unly, Simon
tJ. T. A Cj. . I.iuuly K. L.
Kuaan l million-. t)r. C. D
I.ittl., Win. T. jr.
Mittag, J Y. ti.
M Id a, t:u. Jo hii
Me Ken, Col.
Mi-Her, K. M.
Moore, Ijc t
Minn. Wni. M.
MeKinghl, Mr. s. C
: Me.e.-ly, Abel C.
; .M uwtii, Win. 11.
! M irli yn, John
! M.-..iia, John M.
Morrow, J .n.ra
,M l.ure, Cyrua S.
.M.lli.y, )uvid I
. Mi Alli.tir, John
j M iyr.,i,t, S.rah F..
M. Kinly, Cloirli-, y
M horn, y, Win. K.
j M.JIi r, Ahum C.
! M-o.re, Mra. JJne.
" M. M.
! Ne;i I, W. II.
j .Nt-i-hr, .Mi)t liuiaa
J Nid.nn!, J.inii a A.
I N.ltiii(; r, John
I Nelw.n, J.iii, a W.
! Nirbnlaon. ('nrwW
Ntuflir, A. W.
.Niilon, I h.irlie L.
Ovr-rrrh, Henry, 3
Parka, Mm Karah J.
K.rUtr, A. A.
I'arki-r 4 liail.y
Puekrl. J .lm
I'rati A Co. Mrim.
I I'lurr, lln. IS .nil. C.
I'hi Ui,, M . W. d
j I'liili r. Pi Ur
1 Pati-a.n, John
! Port, r, Alra.
1 Qui ry, Wi!,ani
Ii y Siinurl
i ltui: liter, 1'jtrii k
I'On T1I6 NOItTH-CAROI.INA WUIQ.
" One Short Year,"
Oh! why eo mounful at the tlmuj;!.!, '
Of wlut one year rni.y bring I
Beim, unci truatiny in thy Ui-d,
tjcb winter hj; lie 'plug a "
Out of darkneea light .. culled,
To cheer ua on our wav,
And though eioude gather dim and dark,
'J'licy nvvcr lonj,' do atay.
We need not hope to find unchanged,
The beauty aoen in youth ;
Hut there ia one more laating far,
The heuuty found in truth.
Our golden ilrmnia are light and frail
And Itttk- worth at beat;
Ku let ue tear them from our thouglite
And euck a truer rest.
, were Dot bo bigh ufim the world as now,
nueu your ucijUUHitl ic DPgan.
" I know ull tbanotlir r. Jlut when I
was a boy y0u taugbiie oilier tbing beside
tlircading neudlcH. ou tauj;lit mo that
pridu of wealth aud jace, was billy evinc
ing a weak mind ; tht bonet poverty was
respectable, and cajett, welul industry,
ever honorable ; andl have not forgotten
tbo-e early tcacliinsfsl
iiing Kate. JSiie dotf4ot move in the same
circle itb us now j ri position is entirely
, changed.. You krfia Mary i likely to
IT hamf rn reiiorltd to aoni eltanl in the
amroui.dii.g eoumw. that He ' eaia'.iiah
nni cloa-d. ;and no d.mut ty eouie de f niog
cinracier ilir aiiirriier ihnflorH mane Una M.eili
of infonn-iig t'ie roiniiium'y ai l.rg. tt.l the
. ik...i....i ii...
of gi . i,I aa il i (.on m ta mi. i
loi ju t latoU'e il'i n i-p'rienc emim l" '
ya.r, in ilia t.na ,.. e(. he i.l a olieila a abate n
i,.l,n llae.ng lalele irlillrd ai,d nn.r..e.l
md .i...li.hineni. t.e f-it a-aored lint tne g.Kaia
ehatl not leare diaeatiafied
H S. JOHNSON.
i.re'a en. Avfnit IS. IK',3 28 6.il
ralll!-. .Miieinwr n-.,i Una me
1 ihml of n il. ruling hie lruli.l
Hid tin MiU;- Kemrll. Ihal r.
1 .... mlw it fvti-d at.fi own. fl lor
ilirit a. e-.inni'.H'i.in ,,'- larf f Bnek
It'll ilme on M-Kgantnw.i .f'e'. " 'he l
r, .ii, o.oeC h t .'I Wm ian"rt. ol li ll .piii
V.Hr,. I I,.- .hriber h"lM.a ly an .e.irlUi'Ma li
iriiikni tn l.i. rlni'.iw tn reml't ilia mi.il.ii 'S ' all
h-i .Ir.ri Willi hi ii eiMiilo.taele end ( able. IV
a. in lrj. lln g l.i ihe in.iiii.Uina, and wiahn g "o
ri ml a ira di.y. rrl. ot inmiilia, in ihe nkaaan'
.e oi l.f noir, may find ln houea a pleaeaiil
ri ing i.Ui e.
' A. K. IIAHLKK.
1 4l I'
l'.iiin, M-ry i:. .Mi. a
' Juini a
" Jdiuea P.
II .fenpi.rt, J. W,
" M . 1'.
r.nnia, J. II.
I.il.rua, II. V.
t railer, J . C.
l it Iding, John
I li.vi, Mte .M irijuet
I'Uoiiiki-it, S.iuui 1
(ray, Naney W.
Ynu eay, "that rarth.
To iiU-tl the T'Hlllil
Uul know you not that til i,ur wrong
t rom uifvLiedii nee atari ? , ,
Poor inothi r enrth ! 'in well ahe'a f.r.'ii,
And oiii'K-ii nt to hi-nr.
The mne of all her wicked one
Committed everywhere !
Sorrowa and enree atill will rome
A rtuiai 'uud fragrant flnwere j
IJut we should turn them to ocouunt
Like auiikliine aftir aliuKcre.
We need not ho(e to find while here,
Uninterrupted joy :
Flcaaurr alone could ne'er he known,
Uid they come without alloy.
So let ua kn p our epiiita pure
I rmn eurtli'a depreanig care;
And we will unit a brighter light,
from beuuty everywhere,
Tin n du not mourn that we were made
From urth to p.iae awi y ;
But lite, an we may bow to meit
In ni.ln i of tndltta day.
Vrtul,rr I, l.'j.'l.
tui; wav or i isr: ui;i,n,
I!Y rRAN( IS DANA CAGE.
would advise me to desert her, because she I circumstance?, and seldom eat oj'tun, ex-1 of Lin sister, and with earnestness besought
in struggling to prepnre br-rself for duty cept at my regular meal.", po exe't-e rue. him to avoid the wine cup. I'reeton talk-
'" AVell, I don't know ; it does eem hard I heard jour merry laugh, and yit called ! ed lair and made lihenil proiiii-e-s jier-
but Hill, Ilarii.-ion, I notncliow don't like ' in to : the in:s. Have you got throuuh , haps he meant to keep th.-m, and would
tlie idea of your marrying a kitchen girl.' with that railroad ca-.; V ' I have done so, d jubtlcv, had not tempta.
1 It ia Btrange,' said young Orey, pacing A dark scowl flitted owr tho features of tion tn. t him at every l urn. Again and
tho floor back nnd forth, in an almost an-! both the beau and belle, and without giv-: ayaiu Harrison (irey found him in eoiupiuiy
gry mood 'that thin abominable prejudice ' ing time for reply to Grey's question, the 'with, and partaking wiih nine bibbers,
has taken such fast hold of the minds of lady replied with affected pertne.-s. 'Not -Mary was warned. IJut Mr. and .Mrs, lirey
all women. You. mother, of nil others, to drink wine. Mr. (Irev ' I l.iw n.n nn,...r ihtuiuhi. Im una im li .(.., I ... i ..t.i
i uo not wi.in to kke back any part ot talk thus of the few and ".tinted callings not teetotaler, I hope . ever to In eouie a drunkard ; the influence)
those precepts, or to pre you forget them ; opened to women, to make this one, which ' Yes ; a teetotaler. 1 drink no beverage of a wife was ail he wanted to save him.
but still I cantrot feel coneiled to your vis- j is more important and indi-petisable than stronger than pure water.' r' i On specious reasoning thnt has led
all the others, and upon which more of the ' La, tne. 1 don't believe water was ev- thousands of the beautiful, tho lovins and
happiness, health, comfort and prosperity cr made to drink, it's o insipid.' true, to ruin and de-pair. If the maiden
of a household denelids. disrenutable. seems ' ' It mav be. Miss I.t-'iand. to thov? who cannot hold th lover firm !, mi,-.. ii,
j make inllinueB. w;...' ll.arics l'refcton, the ! to me the height of inconsistency. Half , indulirc daiir in Litrlt seasoned lood find wife never will. If the mau liatli tint th.
i most talented and iWi.n.hU . :.. .i... c. i.:. .i. ... . .i:.i. i ... . ." r i ., .... ,
. jvuii man . 1.10 n viliill III nil; OtdlO an) Kuetieil WUIIII'n Ul lull, OUl 111 I 110 IL'llLl'jr, it Is Very UCil- bireiljlll ttmiill ll'.lll.Sl It to wsllt upn.'l.t
lor somebody s es-tablishtntii, and often 1 eiutis to my palate.' no power ul' -maii can hold iiim loii" m
work more hours, and harder and faster, I ' You may drink it all for me." sail the the paths of virtue. When will soeieiw
wheu supported bv a husband, aud for far ' proud beautv. with a toss of lo r heail tease to make woman tin. Ii.....r f
t.irrniii.i.. u.;l...u.i:AnAn.l.... . . .1 t .... . .. " , . . "
r i";anHiii)rw. luss wages, too, tnanwhcu tncy were hitcu- ; evinentlv pniueit nt the vouii'' mans ho-.morals:
lion m tuts matter wm upset the whole ofen girls on their own hook. It has'ahvays brieiy. 'I have no eympathy with those
U8- j been a wonder to me, that women will so j who make capital "'it of their wenkne-s.
"If I thought Chnrti Preston was made oppress their own sex. A man may work j A man that has not resolution and eharae
of ucb poor $t.uj' ua ti aeaert the girl of bis ! at any trade he pleases, if after his work j ter enough to um tin; good things f this
heart because her braher married tho wo-; is done, he nut mi his nriut.iemtii. nnt i world wuhout. al.n.in.r t )..... i imi...i...i
man of his choice," reeled the young man 'and behaves, and -s at heart a genth inan, I ull. Come, now' let me tempt you to
excitedly, "I ahould le willing to try his: the world at large recognises him as such. I ta-tc ; this is delicious. beautiful. Y.jme,
mettle, and save my sist-r from such an un- I IJut education, talent, beauty, grace, nor Mr. Orey, surely, you will not refuse a
ciiiiiimc alliance, ojeri.r break tlie w heel goodness, can wash tlie brand from the brow ! ia
in our citv: and 1 feel
I ' visiting Mrs. Willouglhy's hired girl, that
Lis aristocratic rclativetwill decline all in-
Ila. i i-
married the beautiful
with tlie full coh.T.nt
r par. tits. Two Tear
to atoms belore it is pfcted under the ear, ; of the kitchen pir!.'
than to run the risk of Its strength and en- j " Your love lor Kate, my sen, makes you
danger a score of lives. f So it will be better : sec these things too strongly."
to break into fragment) this much desired! 'No mother, my love for Kate n.akos
family allinuce, than to.ct it be consuuima-' me sec things trul v. Lore is n irreat sham.
jtauL and thus make a sBpwreek of tho hap- eu.r U the eyesight. If the 'fashionable
ias3 of a household. You call Kate a i and talented Charles I're.ston was to desert
lureU girl, aud so she ii, a regular hired lour dear Mary simply because I chose to
girl. L'ut what of that !i Is not your aris-1 marry the girfof my heart, and Mary was
tocratic Charles l'reston hired man !'' I made to sutler, as both know she would,
" Yes, in one sense ; at agent for the com- ! 'our jvci u,i' dear, for tho sufferer, would
pnny, he may be said tobe a hired man. I'e" our evt;s to the wrong, and we should
IJut he is not obliged towork." condemn without stint the ba-eness of tiie
"I ask your ardon,lmy mother ; he is ' action. If Kate and Julia I'reeton were
oblijjcd to work or lead a dependent life 'c'lual in point of wealth and position, now.
j using the means of his iuiicr who, when a ; '"other, which would you rather have me
hired man of all work to ' bn"e "'"a a-s a daughter:
' 1 , even a lady cannot tempt me from
w bat I feel is a duty.'
The lady bit Ler lip with vexation, and reu are rum- tutitr.
j young man, aas a
Kate Uoyd's grandfatler. Kale is not
obliged to work either ; for since her fath
er's death, more than onofiiend has offered
; her a home. Uut Kate prefers a life of in-
" Weil, Harrison, I know ail that. I of--jfered
her a home myself for your sake, but
j she would not accept it. Mrs. Weston gave
her a chance to caru her living wiih her,
but she refused the place. Your fat!.er,
kno'eing your predilection, offered her a
Well ,' said Mrs. tirev. composedly.
' Kate was always a favorite of mine.'
'And still you urge me to give up the
favorite, an I wed wealth and position ;
making the bride only a kind of appendage
to the rest !'
' I know it seems wrong in theory; but
yet it does seem to me you had better give
' (Jive up in jr happiness and my honor
because you cull t brave public opinion.
0!i, mother, after ail your teachings, t0 aJ
vise me to such a step. Well, it s the way
of the world."
t , .i . .
.jr. 1.1 rey rose to depart. I re-ton,
alarmed and lnnrtitied, followed I
fie door, and begged him to be silent
ring that the lady ha'
street, and given him
could not evade, iVc.
' Could not evade,'
strong Harrison (irey,
still more excited step,
he cannot evade now, w ill he be alle to
do -o hcrenft-r ? No.no; M iry mit-t not
be sbipw reeked upon such an unconcealed
breaker, lie begs me to be silent, lie
loves Mary how can he help it. Hut bis
tone is not that strong anchor deeply bed
ded in manliness and virtue that will hold
in nt him on the
a banter w l.ii.'h ho i
said the bold and .
as he again, with
strode aion-j. ' Ifi
apt-rot at of I.
ley married Kate Jjovd,
v. uli. nit their approval.
and with a retuclaiit euii.-ei.t.
Let us skip fcve years.
Mary I'r.-aton is at homo n?am in her
father s hail, the J ale, wreti hud. dro-piii
mother of two sickly children. Ilow coul 1
thi'V be otherwise ; the drunkard's child-
Chailes Preston tils
from his lodge of
by day to his bird
c:in:o of etnbczziiiiff
tne conwet s eeil, au
.-in joji.-s forth day
tui I, t ) expiate the
him fa.-t, when the whirlwind
overtakes him or the rude waves
tion rock him to and fro. Mary
wa-ne.1, and Charles must be
lint Charles Preston was
l oung tir.-vs ham! was u; on
j l.oddtn, (;hr"l or Louie I
I If lldlaill, I..
i Kes. Kobi-rl K.
! Ii j iiim. ii r, V. A. C.
1 lU.lfrow.Z. I!.
j Kodgera, lit l
; Italialll, SM.MUi
, Herd, Ijio. W.
Sharp, D. C.
I II. W.
' sV ilea, J. M.
j Sluirr, H, K.
j Siprmya, AmireJ
! ,riHM'r, it.
; Silu,tli, II.
i lliirton, 3
I .'. Ilium
Slru klaiiii, Moaee
. SAieara, .Morg.iu
. S. villi', AualiU
I Psri i, 'I . W.
'Ihe door bell rung, aud the conversation
Llacti III tin' l. ul, lie s,.,.v.l. ).,,( il,.,i .1,,.
Harrison, said Mrs. (irey, and she held not like. Nothing else would do, (and Mrs.
.'er head down to her sewing, ami tried to Urey s tone aounded very like a sneer,, but
-em and speak undisturbed, "where did to become a kitchen eirl. I am s..r we
you spend la-t evening ! 1 know you are have doue our part bv Kate, and if she will was interrupted.
VOUrottnninn linir hut .till I .I,.... I....1 ............ I ..is - . . .: i' n ................ .1 IT I ...
i I- ' icspeci nerseii, we are not in duty bound i "-oi"i'-"y n ounouuueeu, mm iunuu .jt u
Bl-tl V like D-i kiln, nri a ii. At t,..H u. .. ... I. e .1 . . .. ...... ..i, J ....... .... i 1... ..-,... , .ii i
j . ft (. K.iyiuei 9 tiaivilllll lure lO re- nee C UCr. . .siij.'iw upon me si i Lti i,o iiuitl JUS j'Ul - . p. .ji;
''MrsVirey.t.u.'erstwitlhedai.dthelhread herself, a kitchen is as sule as a parlor ; it he VTV ami Tro reTOre tne wpm
J . .. , . ? . .. .1. . . 1.. . 1. .. .!:.,, .'.i .. i. m.'iiismn thnr now lll'ldn ills home- 31V llllll- 1 i" r
s pped from the eve ol Uer needle, and she is noi me umt iu..v a.oi.y . .o. -
brought it up between her and the lamp or womau-but the man or w oman should er makes ,t a boast that he w as once a poor
and made effort after effort to re place the give dignity to the trade. If kitchen work mau. and has worked Ins way up fro.,, pov-
,e could see that there . i, actually Hisgraeelul, w hy Hut you ever go erty to wcaiui ey ...s u cm . -
more than the dimness of fo, ty into your kitehe..: NShydoyou, a elms- Hence, les. he maKes it as uo.ist, nu
years that came between her aud the accom- tun womau aud mollier, ever let the ctiilU a.ier au, i mum i .u-.e iu.
' . . ... i t .1. .. ' ti.rii.np or v.. r bans we mav sav. the unex-
t.hshiuent ot ncr object. I "'""" 6" ; ,., ,. , i -. . .
1 "II. k. ...ntlier said a fine lookins. "Why, lay son, I doa t think kitchen amplcd growth ot tins great country than
well dressed v.mn ? eentleuiati. who lav oil work disgraceful you kt)o.v I don't,' re
.1... ..i .i t . r w il,:,i i ni vnu ulied Mrs. (irev. excitedlv ; but
in e soi ii, jvu i i.. i "-J w i ., - , , .
I.'.i.. ,r,,i i turn vour needle t other side how all ladies feel about it.
up; you are rever.ing the order of things, public opinion, and somehow there
(ilatehr'h, Mie Indiana 1 suiiii,, Cbriatina
Mil, . s.',3
( II IItUSTOS, S. ('.
f m 1 K. an'mnril it li-g" r.spn. t'iil'v I" in
Ion n hi-r Ini.ila mid n. timhe f en-
.1). ihal -ha ha laaen a leae-i ol ina a
1 h..v" IU TKI. "Im h n win "I"
re,.,pi,n f liianlir and 1 raae'era llween Ilia
J.eh mai.nl and IHe lei laeplrmher. Thia long ee
U-. ..i, r. k.,.,n lloiiee. ui.Hergi.na a
Ue.rootrli a It era I ."ft l hnM, g tnll
nd lurniahed ernh
nt and liia'.n.ii.i.le turn. lute, anil Baing enim-m
I'. Ibe rr.nr of l,,,-..a,l l'l l'i taahmn-
el.le i.arl of Ihe ri ao'icne a rail Iroin nor iiihoo
loo. inai.il. a.,d lor.ner purnne o( the lluuae
(liver, AU s.
(iiyiu-iiit r, Miaa E. E.
1. oil, -in, A. II.
I Phi. W.A.
tirool, P. W.
I.UIUIV, Capl. J.
I. ull, John I),
liooiih, Tli .niiie
tirier, F.. C.
Cr. if, K. II. II.
IP, (tie. W in.
W . I..
J imra II.
" John, jr.
Ili.lniet, II. W . -1
llucka, Oaiiu W .
Hipp, MariT'.ri t
lluti inaoll, . S.
Holm, J..hu rt.
IP.uion, J-.lii. a
Hemh rs.iii. Mm S. K.
l..IUwy. Mi M.
ll llll! II, S lIllOl'l
IPdohaueh, .1. M.
ll'Kjver, t vru"
Howell, Mi Melinrla.sl '
Harvey, Cept. Thoinar
llama, lr. John
Hemphill, Monroe F.
Hoilge, l.rrsn W.
I V J
Irwin, J. S.
i Julian, J. C.
Jarreil, ll.in'l. F.
J.iiiim.ii, Miae Miry
J, nkina .V Taylor
Joite, I'. t.
I II N.
l..n.i.l..(i Ttioniae T.
1 can t control
is a kind
O .. i , l. i! I
Il..r.. '..i .. thread needles to keen me out ol reproach a t lentil 10 wren cms, aim us
of mischief, aud now, peihaps, I may put useless for me to attempt to get society right
of pa.-.- ion
of temp ta
in, i-t be
1'V's iiell knob and its energetic ding.
oiiig, uiiig, lortuwuh answered ly tne ni-at
kitchen j-irl, who put all other thitigs out
of his head, and turned his philosophy out
to take au airing for the time being.
It is not often that one meets so fine a
specimen oi womanhood as hate 1 v 1 .
y 1 I'll, nor Vet an amaz.'ii; not n
n..r Vet it 1. l unette. lie r rv.'. ii: I
t ..... . , ... , -..'...
Southwcith talks of.) nor gold. Mi
Li:, or rich an!, urn; iit falling ringlets,
..r ii.ii.e up iu nia--ie madonna bi aid-: it
was n .('""' " llernoe was ii"t
Iloinan, nor aijulin.', or snub; it was just
such a lio.-s as you would see un a friend s
face and not know particularly th-H she
had a u.we ; so in hr.riuoiiy with her half
blue, half gray and half hazle i-e... that
yu thought nothing about ii, only that
Kate l!oyl was lovely ; s-nne said ' I mi.
ful,' otheV-' splendid, and Vet 110 oticcilbt
J he kitelieu yui is honoie f UI1J loved.
lint the pro id, talented, fashionable
rich agent of the ll.ii'.road (.'.jinpaiiv,
bowed all their heads low with tbame
TIIK WAV I'F TllK Wi.Rl.Il.
All around us are parent.; strugL'linir for
wealth, sacri'.ieing ea.-e, comfort and socia
bility, even -;lf -re. pi ct and the i.-Ieasure of
on-cicuee, t..i gsiu wheriwithnll to
their children place and power,
blcsing tin-v tints ardently want.
and untiringly struggle lor, become a with,
critig curse t , tliMu and their children.
Like the apple of the lV-a.1 ea, fair to
look upon but turning to .vhi-s iu tho
a cod i:
i ..i d
. are weuitu and honors unaccompx
by integrity arid good habits. Yet
e about us every day, parents strug-
to g't rn, ami ..r tli:-t cud peg
cliH'lrMi. scarce kiiowing how
their time is spent, laying in their
minds iu f'limdatiiiii of n-efuhiess
f-it ire. '1 hey accomplish their
ch their aim, thev get rich.
liters, what of
fathers ruin tho
work, they reach their
Hut their urns and dan
th.-m ! The wealth ef the
In too tmicli
itself wiYi.'s' and lleelh
t, the v;,v rf the nnrl.l
I ..i ... ....neluoon iioihinir will be fell miu-no , k
en bar part Iu make Uiem coinlorlabte while in the Kennedy. Miaa Miry
1 1 'Hive. . i
i sitNar., Jeon
; Suiini.. now, II nrj
Si.i iiiiji., AnureW
! J. I,.
; Stafford, Mis. II. N. 2
I Moan, Kobert
! iMtWall, J. II.
I Stockton. Mra. M. J. 3
; Si-oit, lithium
' Todd, J. W.
J Adm II.
i Torrl'i.ee, Charlia I..
" M. M. a
Tagert, Nam V
Thorir, V iili-.m
Tlionipaon, Or. John II.
V.rrtliS W. II. ti.
t ValvliUne, Miaa Mary J
I Walker. Jane H. Mre.
1 Wlnle, Mia. M..gga K.
! Ward, M.a. M luida U
! ilaen, 1.. 1-.
j I" t'ti relme
I i Jatiiia
Wilhama. Flli-bclli R.
A lire wn
Wntaon. John II.
! W ilkineoli, W m. eeii.
i Wi.ll. Joeeph
Wallace, Mi-e Marg't F
w . s.
Wilhelin. Win. M.
lute, Thr lime
Wilile, lr. J. W. I'.
Warner, lit n.
W ill., rspoi ii, n.
Intlle, Mra. W. C.
V hitl'ord, Hn hiird
my knowledge to a belter use; helping my , m that matter, mere arc too many kiieu
g.wd mother's failing eyes." ! en girls whs are not mti-liigent and upright,
" Thank you, Harrison ; I do thiuk I shall . and I suppose that la the reason tin y stuud
have to g. t a pair of spectacles." I so low. '
"Just let the sewing alouu till 1 go on for " Kxactly so; but where a good girl, one
goods iu the fall, or set me to threading ! every way worthy, makfs it her choice of
O .1. . " ; 1 . . 1 .1 k.- 11... sat.,..
needles for vou till then, and ill Urmg you business, aim noes, wa, u ..aj ......
the best pair the city affords."
" That will be very nice, 1 1 be sure," said
the aoitated tnnthir. scarce heeding what
she said; "but then it would be a trouble
for vou, and vou are ulrsvs in such a hur
ry, 1 suppose I cau get a pair at Newland's
that will answer."
Harrison was laughing in his sleeve ; he
knew the cause of his mother' agitation,
and while he respected and loved her ten
derly, still he kiiew that tho coming convt r-
nioii would be very likely to end where it
bean, except that it would caue some un
pleasant feeling- to both ; for the time, there
fore, he Uivcr'eu it again.
" And what il it s iou d cause me a iitu
turc, is doing the very ttnngs mat iatner
. . . T e .. : '. ...th.. Lie.. ,.1 fll.MP lie oil, tail-'IU.
...rl- t oi, vn.i iiiive an'in ior Years, is il una otoiie. . ...... .... -- c
ri'ht. is it just for you to withdraw your mo wer- right and proper and praiewor-
kiudiiess from her, hecae-e some unw. rthy
anwhing else, that has given us our posi
tion. Little dreamed he when he bought
his farm here, that twenty years would
increase its valve one hundred fold. Then
1. I.-.. ..n ia I'.....,,.. lt,vd fla ti simerior.
in',uu,i - j .. CV
and was delighted when Ins Poy played: is-ate reeeneu uer love, jo,, -hide
and seek in the summer moonlight ' pirl would, led him to the par r and seat
with the Congressman's daughter. And . ed herself gracfully by Ins side-f ,r Kate
molhcr too. how much pains she took, had sunk the kitchen gu l long ago, ,n ..e
i..i. ' -..i .1 ;.(..,. loitl, fH,.n eves of the U i.lougiib v s, and though tuev
on tho household, ami Kale, the gentle paid her, per contract two
Kate, strong iu that purity of her own na-
I he pile
I an; now :
gaut e .-' '!
ii .t !. -- th.
military ban; retired, aud
iu a chair facing the gi
lt .on to the. top is
; fi-.m the 1
in one irlieir.'.t le, t, an.l manv
is are waiting to see the working "f
ck when it strikes the hour of n ..:i.
verv ce is upon the chick. It now wants
live minutes to twelve. The clock has struck,
and the people are gone except a few whom,
MRS. A. J. KKNNKPY.
woman has done the sane work ? It is tho
heart that people carry into labor, not tho
labor itself, that degeneiutes."
Mrs. Giey knew her son was light, but
yet she was not quite willing, or had not
moral courage to acknowledge her error;
so, waving his argument sho replied :
' Why did she, knowng all these things,
refuse all other modes o' living? I should
have thought she would have had more re
spect lor us.
" 1 tell you, mother, Kate had respect,
and love, and honor for is, and for herself.
. If ii- , , .... , .. ,,.l t I I. ...o," to:, ii.l. lee ltsi
trouble or even a day's i e ay vou were j mil ouercu ner a iiome ii wu iu i....e. i.o. .
trouble, or even a lay i l,,.ie of dewudenc. aid the world would be lashionaole, is not so
tne ngni to un eyes .o - . ... i 7 ' k" I... U .Ul.in.r labor, to the niushroou an-toeraey
a -. . i... i i . m... ... ...il.t I. ,e. inildicaii America.' Heaven
IUI a. liuau.mu. .'..s. ii.i'". ....... r
ril'IF. Ilreneh of the Stale Hank he ir. re.
Jl movvd liem Klme' ll Jildtof 'o ' on
tiie corner of Or, Aa'm'y'a lot. V1..m aireel
THibS. W. I'KW'KY, (lithicr.
m r 1 prai li. B iii MeeklxMbuig and Ilia end
li aaili'iinii'geoiiiiln'eandpti.eeeuie lloun.
tv l.aud ed P-nton ' lann". '". Joh.ialoii'e
br It tMiililing between Kerr'a Hotel and the Poal
OlTi-'e, up ale, re
J.nuary IU. 1h53. .',2-1 V
A I.AHIiF. !H;NET RINfi. wiih the initiala.
A II II, 0." upon a creel, containing also a
lock of hair. Any puraon rinding eaid ring and
leafing II at Ihe Store of Oividaon St Moae, will te
eaive Five lit. Hare.
Jane b, IrtoJ. H) f
V. M. KOSS, P. .1.
aava.a. Ill'sHF I.S of new and well eleinedj
JlP'r WIIKAT.al n,y MilU 10 "'
t .....e. wiMghing not I ea lh.,t. ..at, ,.o- .!. lo
th.t .1 Ti e VV I, ,le lh May and he
be.rd-d Wheal p.eler.ed. Ior which the i AMI
' " d- WILLIAM JOHNSTON.
. , 3Uit
rejillR Noiea end Aecoiiiiia due Ihe lte firm ol
'l1 ., n... I A I'.... have Uen placed in my
. . V' ..,.1 ihoaa ii.dehte.i 10 a. lil firm
ll.i.ue lorui.. . .. ,, I'lV
MILS T nol espeel longer imlulgimce, ea A .s
J. P. SMITIt.
Mi l' be given.
July IH, IS.S3
J .. . T. V,
a I h ttioaa ibai do not par meir . ".. . . ..
j Ihe '-h in.ianl, will have to pay coet Willi
oul reaped of pereon.
S. A. IIAKlUS.Taa: Collator.
Aoguat 8. mi- 'J7lf
r - . - r , . ... . . . . i ii ....
t is but fair and ilutilul that i siiouiu iry
in all ways to be a light lo you. Where is
lather to-night ;
" I think he has cone down to the ran-
. .. i .... i t. f..r
roail. irs. Virey urew 111 m i i'""
another attack. " I asked you
" Aud where is Mary V
" She went over to see Maggie Weston.
I was asking ''
"Where is Will and Ponto! "Why, mo
ther, you are very still and lonely lure.
I've a good mind to run off too."
' No. Harrison, don't go out to-night I
want to talk to you. Where were you last
night so late ; I believe you were never out
so late belore.
The young man raised himself upon bis
elbow, and for a moment evasions hung up
i nit 1,1. loii.oi,. ; hut he had never deceived
Ibis excellent mother, and though he was
sure he was now going counter to his fcel-
itn's, still be felt conscious of integrity of
purpose, ami spurning tne evasion no an
swered promptly, peihaps proudly, " Cp at
Sijuire Willoughby s, mother."
' I su-pected as much," said Mrs. tin y,
.,..1.,;,,.. to l.reuihe more easily; "aud it
B. . ...ll.p, - "
was to talk with you upon that subject that
I sent for you while all the rest were ab
sent, to come lo inc. There was a time
when nothing would have given me more
pleasure than to have known that you were
visiting Kate lioyd. Hut now, my son. it
I .!..' onllv nimcar to me finite right and
' And why not! what has Kate done to
reuder her unworthy of my attention! It
seems to me that sho is just as pure and
good, as smart, neat aud industrious as the
" To bo aure. she is. Hut then you know
... euthliiiris ao changed ; her father was so
I well off and a member of Congress, and we to occupy
thv, I am eailed upon to act tne p
ml for-ake her. h ' it is strange now
ply rooted is this prejudice against fe
male labor, and particularly uou-cnoiu
labor, in the hearts of our American peo
ple. From the liaughtiast aristocrat of us
all, (I say us, for we lovingly profess to bo
a l and of brothers,) who traces his proud
blood back to some offshojt of nobility,
down to the ignorant booby whose father
was a coal heaver, and who by some sud
den freak of fortune, has grown to a mil
lionaire. Through every branch of society
minutest r.imuieatioii is this
1. 'ice itself, if it happens to
obiii'Vous as hard
to its mo-
Siven her sewing, but sle knew a sedentary mark,' what Kcpubiieaus we are.
dollars a week,
they never dreamed that she was not one .
of tliein, and she m ver dreamed of neg-;
lecting duty or gating out of her place,'
and being "stuck up because they made a
ennpnni .i! and e.pi.il of her. KaP- was
one of u-,' ci.c pt when the P. nl '! the'
sisl, rs and the l're-tous, and such as tiny,
were to .lit- or to take tea, and then Kate ,
did all h.-r duty witii an air of uneon-eious-
lies f tie ir p'.eseiiee, only omitting to put
her-elt'iii the way of any i u-ult or c M
ill-gleet that their weakness aud piile might
prompt them to oih-r b.-r Siiu did H"t
tike the aecu-tomcd seat at the table
n..r in the parlor after P a, let that she
eared one straw f .r th, ir attention or neg
lect, but she could see plainly that deal
Mrs. Willoughby was made im.-n-f, and
wa.- pained by tVir wanted' good breed
ing, and so the calm, self-saeiilien.g, -c'f-respecting
vouug girl always found .-ou.e-
to keep her away.
. , .-it
1 or t.'keu ni-! si.e
-xt. in, or lo au man,
.r.l. is c ni 1 u, ting ar.
clock is struck in tl.i
h its w:
h nir .( tw
i- mallet n
save the thing plausib
Uut Uli p.at bv no
not budgi not I ! I U marry Kale t,od
bless he'r in spite of ti.clu ; and there is
another tiling I niu-t do, vaud a dark -hale
came over the blow of the young man.) I
niu-t sae Mary from Charles Preston, or
I must save Charles Preston from his
As this thought glared through his mind,
his car caught the sound of a f amiliar laugh
through an opened door from an inner room
of a fashionable saloon that ho :i- passing.
Though not a frequenter of such places, h
life would not agree wiu her, and she pre
ferred health to a false espi ctability. Fa
ther offered her a schod
" And sho ought to have taken it," replied
Mrs. (irey, tartly ; " th re was no depend
ence or sedentary life aVout that."
" Let us see about lint, loo. Mr. Hoyd,
teu years ago, was theweallhiest farmer in
P. He was sent to tip State Legi-latnre.
as well as to Congress ;drank his wine, and
believed, like thousand ot others, that
1.1 .. .. 1-11 .....1 !;L..jK.,i,...ih i,i ntli.N
L.. I t,r ...v.li.ne mother 1 stepped 111 Ulld inquired l.T
u - J- ushered without cercui
one we love will be en many days pass, it ,
be does not take heed. 1 he sons, following,!" ' ' ,. , ,, ,
.1.. u r .1... f-iil-r. fell also moiiev ! Lounging in a rcc'-s ha.t esneea.cl Py
went through their halls like water. th" luaiy draperv. with l is head rc-tmg
Meantime, Mrs. IM, almost broken-' against li e shoulder ot a dashing belle ot (
h.arted, to save Katelfeeli.igs sent her otl the city, upon whom rumor had unready ;
lo school, about the tiie I lelt for College, j fastened dark su-p.e.oiis 1 ut whose lather s j
She remained th.ee yefs, and then returned , wealth and influence still kept up to the top ;
to find her father a dunken sot. property waie of p-ntility, was t!,, lover of i..s .
brolers gone to ( alitor- . pure niiuucJ sister, j.eioic ... -.oo., ..... ,
and the V only wain u i t ineir
iiiiuiciice their evening uis.-i- ;
ever for a in
utabie or ag
Cook.ltg stt. ,
uueiit give siincti ui to the plea
; upon the piano was mure rey
reealde than placing up mi tne
,0. W'.uil 1 that all o..mg la-
dns thouglit evcll is halo. l,.,n; l.uol
the lovers,' and the blissful future was hung
bv bows ofjToiii.se, g .rgcous aud bright.
Yo'iii' Harrison had j i-t retur ied from
... n: ,...1 niii-r.-d business with his f
a ;i.l i
mured bu-.aes.-. itu las
-re too vouug to marry
d for Preston, and
ny into the A,n Harrison
they cou';! talk mattirs over, renew
loiis of child h"0.l and strengthen ti.i
ter-.'st that was to bind them through
did not leave till sue I
hour as wo o) hit" cs!.-"t "in " ""
buke from hi- go..J P, tb hil -he
suj'p 1 that bi was c; : '-'.--' ' '
l.-ght at a i';hi.t.ab'ie party.
While the 1 vers were thus cngag. 1
:,-,". u'no bad g t home ir
w uli a w.io't and
un-1 the b'liiding.
- wav : The dial
me twenty H-tt lrom tne it jor, o!i eaeii
side of which is a cherub or a little boy
with a mallet, and over the dial there is a
small bill. The cherub on the left strikes
the tir-t quarter, a-id the one on the right
the S"C"tid quarter. Some fifty feet above
the di:i. in a large niche, i- a huge iigur j of
Time, a I i ll in bis 1,1't. a scythe iu is r'!.t,
hand. In l.otit stands a iig.ire of a young
man with a p.s'.et, wlu strikes the third
larter on the hen m tne haii'l -t I ime, an.
a slow stei, r eind behind
an !! man, raises his mal
ms.. If in front of him. As
e e 'iies, tiie obi man rais
didit'cratelv strikes twelve
times on the bell, that ic'.ioes through the
b'liiding, and is beard ro nid tin! church.
Then the old man glides slowly khiud Fa
ther Time, an ! the young mau c mho r nnr.l
agaiti. S .on as the I mau has struck
twelve and di-up eared, ai. o'ner set of lua
chir.crv is put iu motion, some twenty tect
higher" still. It is il ,is : There is a high
ero.-s v ii'u an image of Chvi-t ou it. The
iu-tant twelve has struik, one of the apj
tl"s walk- out from behind, comes out in
fro.t. facing the cr.'.-s, an ! walks r.cn.d t
bis j.laee. A' he do- so. an- tb.-r e . n;e
uut ;n front, turns, bows, and passes in ; o
twi-hf apj-tles, figures as large a.-life, walk
around, bow, and pa-s on. A. the last ap
pears, an enormous e k. pealclcd on the
pinna-de of tho el k, 'lowly f'sps hi., wings
three times, 1 ere , i- so lo.i 1 a- to be luarl
outi If the church to ..v. distance, and so
naturailv a- to be mistaken for tin real cock.
Then ail is ile!.l death. No wonder this
eb'. V, i- the -. !t.:ira!: ti of I'lurope. It was
made if I iit' i ii Is perf'-rmed th -.-" u:e
chare ''1 wonders t ver since, c-xc, pt si. at
fil'tv v..ar. when it s:e out of rep-t:;.
all cone, and her brolers gone to ( alitor- . pure
nia. where, probably, ley have ended their j wine n
uavs. as she does not I ar from them. Her ; oyster
mother died vei y soouand her father, hav
ing no cheek, put annul to his miserable
existence by delirium remens. Kate's ear
ly life was free lion care; sho was the
child of wealth; herbhool days gave her
no chance to be useiubnd at ca-ein a nou-e.
She felt that every wmaii should, if possi
ble, be a good hou-cEeepcr, aud a house
keeper she had ream to hope she would
one day be, for from y boyhojd up, with
,..".. nt too. meher, she has had the
pation. Oh, fatal lures are the oyster and
ice cream sule-ons with all their elegance
and show, too often, but the gilded doors
that, usher tho young, uiisii-pccting and
thoughtless into dens of deeper an 1 darker
intemperance and crime.
Preston started, colored, but collecting
himself instantly he sprang quickly to In
fect and gave liarriso- a kindly grasp of
the haul ul a warm welcome, inviting
him to bo seated and partake with them,
at the same time ordering another di-h of
oysters and another '"'f
'Sotfi.r me. not for me,' remonstrated
.1.1- sue . -.i-.-.i v i - , ,
you, mother, that ' young. Ureyr ' I never dnuk wmo under pj
, iia-l g t hoiu
Meeting, and his lady w. re sctt.i.g u
thati usual, di-eus-ii'.t to - -a .".' ' '.'';
mother and "!i ha 1 begun early I
It ua- no ii-.'. i
lo jili I
s!.o li 1 i
!un ; tuu ;
C J J.1 ' 1
Mr. Crawford says she wrot- one -' !n
ber K at hi. en M avoiirnccn " for tiie evi-rc-a
vinio-e of c .'iitoiiiidnig the leek
..-.-vM.iae nf beinir tn v louse keeper, ami i
she resolved to cngagi in that work which
li i.u ft her for tt- ulace she expected
WUUltl u,'. ' - 1
to argue tlie que-,;.
I hale toe girl, tit the
wl.at thev might. .i!P. i' a.i.
haie done j i-t - w ii. n ii,- wa y
il was unlovtiinat. . and s.l t.uv
w as to n: ike the be-t ot it.
Charles Pre.-ton sat long with
uating beauty, his held rich !
1,,. eo.ihi t.,n bear ur.ieli, and
left the saloon, he joined - prty ol 'ting
ravc!b.-ra wh'i in, t l.iui upon the street.
Wine had cra;ed him, nnd betore moii.ing
he bore the brand of a uruukard and a -,----bier.
A dsv or two after the oce .rreiie.
i it ;,., liro7 eauc s unca uu
,i i s. W 11) sulig
niiler is 'e.u i e
il i t i,e s.iiue tr.
il li. as
ti tie- :
re in t lo
'iVoo 1, '
A 'cart that is um. .c meg'
A s:i mm
i r i : i T Mr-a',-.""
w .is calli I
SH U ti
An e n
i wi i thcr.
' w.a'.hcr be
r in which W''ath-
I If s-iid it W ai th'J
hid c.cr sc:u.