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LOTJISB URG N. C, JUNE 13, 1873.
Hkue is a beautiful, tender thought
amplified witli all the feeling of gen
uine originality, indeed bo pure an(I
tff .rtlcBS that we, feel it a duty to send
it broadcast for the c .Uure of the
mind." 1 . - '
h. wealth of tenderness lingers
e memory of our childhood
the one bright oasis in the desert wastes
of life the time which i?s ever revert
ed to os a season -of joy and purity ? ;
Often, 01 how often in our sad mo
ments, when faint and weary, drooping
beneath the burden of care, and grief,
lie had black eyes, with long lash- j jg the recollection of that blissful
s, rcu cueeKsauu uair auiwv uiac 1 time come over us lite the rcmein
and curly. He wore a crimson plaid brance 0f SOQ1 half forgottea dream,
) ickct, with lull trowscrs buttoned on ; j then majc fr0Bt and vivid, affording a
had a habit ot whistling, and liked lo luelancholly pleasure, causing -our
asjk questions; was Accompanied by a hearts to beat to the tune of other
small black dog, It is a long while days," flooding the soul with sunlight
ince he disappeared. I have a very and T)cacc-Jtiie noace of childhood's
pleasant house and much company. My J hours?
guests say : 1 With many fond memories and bliss
" Ah ! it is pleasant tojbe here, Lv- ; ful associations they come to us, like , a.
crytliing has such an orderly, put-away gad mclodv, sUmng the fountain of
look nothing about under toot, no feeling. calling forth a tear,
3otBeautiCii11y.Sail. I Apples ibr IIumaiiFood. -V Touoliln- IiioUlont: SUBSCRIBE
"While nothing stings the smitten
heart, s.ys the Pe'ersburg App;ar as
neglect or disrespect shown the graves
and memory of those heroes who died
in the defence oi Southern rights and
independence, yet nothing at the same
time more deeply touches the feelings
Vii us the value cf the Apple as
an article of food is fat underrated.
Resides containing a large amount of
sugar, mucilags and other nuy-itive
matter apples contain vegetable acid.
aromatic qualities, etc , which act pow
erfully m the capacity of refrigerants,
ot timo In''. in thia ntr, ft
1 rilliat awl much-dmird I Kdv, who
had been ti ff rirg t r some time wiih ft
trotdd-' of the v?. !e l to fear ft
speedy t hane !r 'he wore, and im
mediately r i snPe l htr pi yi i n. An
t x mira'ion l:scovcied a t-ul.i-n anrt
a m ft
of oui neonle. thnn the fxpresEions f cnuiiy in uic capacity oi rcii5uw. f ltal filing in . f tle.opiic rcrve. ni
appreciation cf her .faHa braves from j tonics ana amiseptics, anu wneu ichi i tho Inform Vi n v.aa unparnn k n'.j
thoe t?ho were once arraved osamat 1 wed at the season cf mellow ripeuos, ! a pS?d'r-th-t the pn'iint cU n.t
thnv T,rpvmt i1a1UUv. indirrstion. and 1 retdu her feiiiht mo:c ihnn h It Oh
j - . I .
,wf w?flfti JmiU mnv ftf hAilla a most. hxu w 8 liable to ueioiaiy
which flesh is hoir to" The operators
of Cornwall, hn;lanu,j consider npo
apples nearly as nourishing as broad,
and far more so than potatoes. In tho
year 1801 which was a year of mueh
l?ut my eyes arc aching for the eight
of Vlitllings and cut papc? the
Hoor oif tumbling down card honses;
of wooden; sheep and cattle ; of pop
guns, bows'and arrows whips, tops,go
rarts, blocks and Urunipery. I want
io fMJC hrati ariggmg, and kites ama
king. I rant to sec crumbles on he
carpet, and paste -ppi.lt on the kitchcn
table. I want to sec the chairs mid
the tables turned the wrong way atKut.
1 want to see andymaking aD ccrn
tnpping, and to find jack-knives ".ud
fish-hooks .among iny umslin Tct
tkosc things use to et mq oco. They
ay : ' - '" , .
.. Uovr uict you a;ekc 1 .Ah ! one;
benj iP'ay settle hi brains antl be at
. IJut mv cars kxd aching for the pat
tering of little feet, for , hearty shout,
a hUrill .whistle, a gay tra la la. for the
nrack of little whaps ; for the noise of
drums, 'fifes,- and tin trumpets. Yet
.these' things made me nervous once. A
manly figure stands before me now.
Ho is taller than I, has thick whiskers,
jivcars a frock cu.it, a besomed shirt and
Ji cravat. He has just come from col
lego. He brings Latin and Greeks in
his countenance, and busW of the old
'To bathe those r c )llecto il. the
dew ot thought.'
They come to x& 'pltitVed in the
brightest hucs eo-ttt;.si: ag ever sosad
y with the sowWq bbilimoatin which
the present b SiVxOuded.
IJut thosp who l..ivo never watched
the gjcrr. and loauty of lif 3 fade away,
kno'.v not what power such memories
iave f. away the wayworn sovil, and
deiu it weakness in another to cling
.rlth such hopeless fondness to the
blight, sunny; past. Yet, stern, bi;ave
hearts are often touuhed by the notes
of some song sung or hoard in child
hood's days; its feeling is aw.aV-e.iod -at
the mournful wailing of the mind, the
murmuring of a stream,, and the blithe
song of a bird. , I '
The wayward one has strayed far
from home from tlie path of right and
rectitude, cven.though by some deem
ed lost to all tender emotions- w&l
sometimes pause in his career of crime
as the scenes of his youth are presented
to him in " memory's faithful 'mirim,'.
and thoughts of days long; paf.t sweep
over him. A mother's amilc beams
over him.;' once more he kneels beside
ue. At Arlington, Friday, Dt. TaN
madge gave expression to the follow
infr leattful seati meats, Which aiike
rf fleet credit on himse'jf anxl the sechon
he represcntsi Let noth'Rg be d'-.ne to
stir up the old &ud ciween the Nor. h
aid EquIH. Surc-.y there has been
blood 'ctiougli ued. aud rroana fnouh
hare beeo 'uttered and families de
sttoyed lo saiisfy the vorst man on
earth. anl the worst dt mon in the pit.
RQtl ;f, amid this aolocaust of the idead,
, ii,y hand, "Norih or South, shall ever be
lifted to tfar down a peace c s'ablished
at so much sacrifice may that hand
turn white with the snow of an incur
able leprosy. Instead cf flowers upon
such a villain's grave, let the whole na
nation come and fling a mountain ot
nettkB acid -night shale. I sru told
that after a a Southern woman had de-
deprived of it at ft' y moment. The
jifllctcd nether r turned to her hom
quieu'dy mi1., suih arnrg mm'i i?
won' ' o-ccur to one a' ut to corrmenrc
j daik a j uruty ol I f-, and tl en had
her two little cY.l Ire-, -mind in their
FOR T UK
searoity apples, instead of bciug c:n- brgvtest anl sweetest ?otume,
verted into cider,' were sold to tho poor, I brought beh re her; and ?o, with their
and the laborers asserted that thej
could " stand their work" on baked
apples without meat ; whereas a pota
to jdict required either meat, or some
other substantial nutriment. The
French and Germans uso apples exten
sively. So do the inhabitants of all
European nations. The laborers de
pend upon them as an article of food
and frequently make a dinner of sliced
little faces lilttd t h r and tears
gathering lor me xA nd'ortcn
thHt they hard y rud zod. the light
hided ont of 'the mother's eye?, leav'ng
'n ii elTicualle picture of thosj dearest
t her on .earth a memory of bright
bices that will eons le her in many a
d rk I our. F.otn th, "Covington (Ky )
Put a Smile on Your. Face.
cora'ed the grave of a Southern soldier j apples and bread. There is no fruit 1 What do you get morose for? Don't
a. Northern man., wearing a unifom, coyteJ in as many different ways in yOU know it is like an electric spark,
up the wreath ana tore i to countrv as armies, nor is there any and that the moment one seea you he
finH l.nA vnlnrt. as an article of nu- will fl the shock? Put a in-'ile on
triment, is as great and so little appreciated.
t'x k uj the wreath and
p;eces and threw it to the wind a. He
may have had the epaulettes, but he
iv;is not wortbv the name of soldier. I
would that all the wreaths that have
ver been laid up ia the graves of the
Kortliern and Southern dead might be
lifti-d 'and linked together, each gar'and
a link, and that with that one long,
brigh , pU aant chai nra chain ot roses
ard lilies the whole nation might be
e cire'ed in (verl'.s!in unjtyjHtid go-d
feeling. This is the on'y k nd of chain
Americans will evi r consent to wc:ir,
and woe to the government that ever
tries to forge another.
AVlmt to lo In CiiKO ot iV.c-oitlcixt.
Fi malk Lovm.inss. Do not think
you can make a girl lovely -if you don't
make her happy. Ihere is not one re
straint you puton a good gi Fs nature
- there is not one check you give to
her i sti: cts of aflectiou or of effort
which will not be indellibly written oi
her featu es with a hardness which is
all the more painful because it takes
away the b-igjithess f om the ejes of
iunoce ce, a d the charm fom the
b ow of vi tue. The perfect 'ove i ess
of a w oman's countenance can only
consist i i the majestic peace winch j.
iouiul in the .memory oi; airppy
her and repeats that almast forgotten
" Our Father jv yoices that have long
philosophers for the sitting room, lie been hushed, a be heard in this world
calls mo mother, but I am rather un
willing to own him. He avers that he
is my boy, and says that he can prove
it. He brinjs his litlc .boat to how
the red stripe on the sail (it was the
.lend of the piece) and name eh tht stern,
J;uey J,oyc, a little girl of our neih
bor, who, becauso of her long curls and
jtrctty, round face, was the chosen I fa
vorite of my boy. The curls were
long since. cut off, and she has grown
to a tall, handsome jurl.- How his face
reddens as he shows me the name on
the boat ! th, I see it all as pi in as,
if it were written. hi a book ! My lit
tle boy ij lost, and my big boy will
soon be. Oh ! I wish he were a little,
tired boy in a long white "nighigown,
lyng in h'u crib, with nic, sitting by,
holding hi hand in mine, pushing the
curls baek from his forehead, watching
his eyelids droop, and listening to his
deep breathing. If I only had -my lit
tle boy agaiu, how patient I would be !
How much I would bear, and kowj lit
' tic yould I fret and scold 1 I can nev
havo him back again I Hut tlerc are
htill mothers" who have not yet hst
their little boys. I
know thev are livin
days : that now U the tim ; to really
rnioy their ch ldren ! I think if Ijhad
been more to my little boy, I 4fiigU
now bo more to my grown-up one.'
Home May nine.
winder if they
g their very best
Usfful Anv:cii t Buys To throw
stones-Fold eich enJ carelcly hi a
leather bed, and give good notice to
all in tho ieihborhood wheii you aie
j;oiag to pitch. ! f
To carry gunpowder in the p cVe
Hoak it we'd in c, dd wattr, hen wrap
ip up a a cover ol eiud Si: lit.'.
To slido dowu the bauister Let a
8urgoou$i' upn thelowt stair. Also
pmy a pailful! ,of p ultic'e iu each of
your hands, as you rr ay need it.
To get ri i of i-tudyihg your lessons
Kit a h 't mince pio every niguiv10'
one week, 1 el re going to bed.
To cure creaky boots Wear, hem ab
Vaya in goii g to the rake pantry.
To he polite to sbters Get their big
brother to introduce you" to thtra.
no more forever $ sound once again in
his ear ; there i- the cottage home just
as it was in the "long ago." In thought
and feeling -he is a child once more.
In a few short moments, years are lived
over again. Then the vision is fled,
the terrible consciousness that it is
all but a dream ut the bedf'forccs it
self upon him, and, in an impatient,
hopeless way, he stretches forth his
hand as if to grasp the fleeting picture,
and struggling up from his heart
comes the cry " come back ! come
And who can say that such a retro
spection as this has c,ot awakened a
longing for something better than has
been theirs for many years in cold
.,ll.o hvirts ndmonishinc them to
ViUllUUO uv " CD
break the chain that binds them iu the
cell of misery, and walk once more in
the straight narrow path, aided oy tue
" roiiderful Counsellor I"
; O. my lost childhood? Gone, for
ever gone I No more will ye return
with your many love scenes to gladden
the hea t that clings to thee through
all the changes of a chequered life !
Separated by the merciless hand of op.
e . . il.. 1. il.n rl.f-.Hm-ii.l
pression irom me uume mv nvn.-.-
my youthful' head, the remembrance
of which ever breaths5 of peace and
love, what wonder that there should le
a chord in my heart that ever quivers
beneath the hand of the past.
And I must think that for all, no
matter how bright their after life may
have boon, thero is a peculiar charm
that binds them to that time when
bliss was theirs without alloy,
Professor Wilder, of Cornell U uyers
ty, gives the loi'ow'pg s'rort rules fr
action in cases of accidnf, which will
be found useful to renv.mber :
For du?t in the eyep, avoid rubbing;
dash water in them ; remove cinders etc.
with the round point of a lend pencil
Remove water fr-m the ear by topid
water; never put a hard inslrumtnt in
the ear. j
It any artery is cut, compress Bbove
the wound, if a veiu is cut, compress
If choked, get on all furs and cough.
For fcl'ght burn?, dip the part in cold
water; it the skin is dtstroyer. cover
with vart.ish, - ' I
Smother a fire with carpets, tc. ;
water, will olten spread burning oil
and increase the danger. Before pas
sing through frooke take a long breath,
and then stoop low; but if carbolic
acid is suspected; walk erect.
Suck poisoned wounds unlecs yrur
mouth is sore. Enlarge the wou; or
better., cut the part . without delay;
hold the wounded! part as long as can
be borne to a Lot coal or end of a
your face and it will make smils on
ether fccs. . Look into the face of a
child and smile, aud the child will
lamdi o'Jtright. lie -is su f u 1 of inno
nocent nicrriinent that he thinks all
the world is joy. IC you rc glad.oth
ers will be glad ; if you arc mad, oth
trs will be mad. He arc sympathetic
The smile is cheap, and no sacrifice.
It is agreeably p'easant. Try it ;
and see if it docs not work like a
Put a smile on your face for your
worst enemy. Ho may brave you for
i l " ...l.tlo Vnt 1-nnn rllllln rTl find 111
will yield, and come over. Put a
For Tfr Foitt Jk t
LiTicm MtDictxihft.oTftl to b tb
GUKAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC.
for Livta Ct Mi-mrr and It plo'ul fl
prtntf,l, .'03upU-t 4ftiMlirft,
ll;lli.uftii tk-,bKk lieftdftche. Cuuo U
pifivirti'f "pint iimr M mih, t
born. Cli I ftt Few, Ax , ,
.re.-rt of rarrral (XxriaraU,
mt Krd t u I nrjj nt dmtd. tft.ftftv
pr.Uiie 'ioiuo ir cr Ooan rvwJUrs
alia tid form or. ixtf ' I irnKCUW,
! o,e u ,fciiUCer i. la
ONK DOLLAIl BOTTL"CS.
HnToidcr ,(.?rice n lfor,) tl.M ft
trjl b, mail ft 04
Pry nlourr w l'rA. rltwir
i.v iki lt. mbat It oar tiirina
wr.pr. w.tu'Jrjft in A. fct.nip ftftlfti
na ur Uiitr-W ii. Noi-o.b.ri :buI.
J. H. zi:ilin& C04
Mcon, a ftJ Vu&&ljhl
useful years full of sweet :ccords: and
from the joining qf this with that yet smile on your face for friends, they ex
more majestic childishness, which is cct it ; put on a smile at home, your
stilt fu 1 of change and proinUe, open
ing always, niodest at once and bright
with hope of better things to be won
and to be bestowed. There is no old
age where there is still that p:omise; it
is eternal j outh.
At Night. Here ia one of Thack
eray's pleasant touches : 4It is night
now, and here is home. Gathered un
d r the quiet roof, ciders and children
he alike at rest. In the midtf ot a
great peace and calm, the stars look out
from the heavens The silence is peo
pled with the past , sorrowful rtmorse
lor sins and short coming?, memories
of pissionate j js and gritfj rise out of
their graves, both now alike calm and
sad. Eyes, as 1 tkut mine, look at me,
flint bavft !onr erased to shine The
town and the lair landscape sleep un
der tho e' ar light ; wreathed in the Au
tumn mists. Twinkling among the
wife and children want to feel happy.
Put a smile on 'your face for everybody ;
put a smile on your face.
Why,' asked a governess of her lit.
tie charge, do we pray to God togivo
na our dailv "oread? WliV don't VrC
ask for four or five days, or a week?
Because we want it frch, eaid the
. What is better than a promising
young man ? A paying one.
A Weekly Newspaper,
Tho EyacnatiQE Qf Richmond, Va.,
EtGes Lie d His ait 1HC6.
A new and bcautif al Engraving Hil8
inches in tlzi. Gen Lee' Army crot
houses: a licht keens watch, here and Hins the James mer, the city 'i uicu
J CJ . ' I
there, in what may be a sick chamtjtr
In case ot poisoning, excite votang
by tickling the throat, or by warm
water and mustard.
For cid poisons give alkalies for
alkaline poisons, give acids white of
an egg is good in most casep. In a case
ot opium pnuming, give strong coffee
and keep moving.
If in. waer, float on the back, with
the noge and mouth pr jectirg.
For apoplexv, raise the head .md
body for iaieting, lay the ptrson flit.
or two. The clock to.ls sweeny in me
silent air. llere is night and rest. Au
awful sence of thanks makes the heart
swell and the head bow, as I pass to
my room through the sleeping house,
and ft el as though a husked blessing
were upon it.
This beautiful incident is related by
the Berlin lC urt Journal: "The Ger
man Emperor, wbi'e visiting . village
in his Uud, was welcomed by the school
children ot the place. After their
a . . I mans nlhvr thtrfl
moim on uic ui lunuj - e
which make this picture a gem of Art,
one which should hung in tue parlor ol
every Southern home- Stnt by mail
mounted on a roller and post-paid on
nccipt ol ?Q centa. or S tor SO cents.
J C, & W. M. BURROW.
Pobliftbera, Urutot, Tenn.
Agents wan-ed to ft U Pic'ureii.lJ ck
Ch.ri. &c, , From $3 to 15 per
day cn easily iuaJ. r:ua F"
vaie icrn.s nd CiaUgue.
ru-i i iui
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BUY THE BltOWN
Thebebtio u?e Sold on SO itj
trul. If it dott not gjre entire iatift
faction return it t my txtenr. I cff.i
ihie excellent Oil s t MDUlactartu
pricei and in addition will allow adla
count t f 10 pw-r cent to club ot two oi
more A tainple Gin on exhibition ft i
my store in Frftukdotor, Utter to
Cpt W K Dris, Capt VT II Bailanl;
Dr W W Green, futile P-rry,
W D Suruill, Eq.' W P MwotgooBei) -W
P.Ptrrj, Ewi. W N llitc-ll
All t whom tiftTe tnete glnt la ut
To responsible prtie I will deliver
the iiift in sepieaiocr pjuio m
ce niter il to desire t,
W S MALLORY,
Kranklinton, Ii O
Agtot lor MaouXactartri,
llalelsli, N. C.
Iaooecf iLen-Oftte-nnplft PbotocrakJ
.tab utrnMoU jn Um MMilh. .17
o l'uotoj;r.puic he Irota th "7
niiiAtoretotbUret -orUM ooloed
oil u rd il j It rou tuxl. U j m br a hVr
bof dfocl relU tr frU4,y-
mar tav tt xn"- 4 cniufd to t nr.
&id mi i lattiou ft way fcarftot4-
KT.vb Album ! I'ior f nmf
. I I ln ..t w.,!1- BJid Will t
low Vdo .oototDUtuelrh, Cont Ui,
to Ti.it WftUou'ft G-Lery. 2id iUr ftbftf.
PUBUSHEO III L0U1SBURS fJ. C
rl' rtrht" 50 Barrels -N. Carolina'
UC .uvw o I ,, V. .
Family flour, ine erjr wv.
A gentleman whose morning diam
hal been a little too much for him, in
sadd it g his horse got the saddle wrong
end foremost. Just as ho was about to
mount a German lriend came up and
called his attention to the mistake
The Lor.H'man ga d lor a moment at
tbeintiuder a if in deep thought, and
then said ; "Yu let thai saddle alone.
How do you know which way I arng. -ing'
And the gentlemen lrom Ger.
many pas?cd on.
Ark Advrkti ement; Ever Rkad?
In the course of a spicy article, sn
.1... 1T..I 1
SWering ILIS j'i-8iivn, me
Register says; If any man tff cts to
bxlieve that advertisements are not read,
let hm advertise that hu wants to buy
a dog, lor in3'anee. If he is cot fur-
n'uhed with eveiy variety of animate!
sausage that morning before breakfast
and, besides, with one or two sound
grounds fr suits against him forj as
sault, we will break our goldon
rule and deadhead his ftdveitiseuient.
And it is fair to lufer tht any mm
who wants to si U a dog, also wishes to
bury something with the proceed oi
tho canice vttdure And so up to the
man who wis'uB to sell his cargo, of
o r ii.at he ma v buv a carc-j of wes-
4 w "
orange from a plate, he atked : ''To
what kingdom dftes this belong J" The
vegetable kingdom sir replied the
little girl. The emperor toi.kja gold
coin frm his p cktt and bidding it np
asked, "And to what kingu.m do8
this belong t T the mineral king
dom, sire. replied the htile girl. And
ti what kingdom do belong, then V
asked ihe Emperor. The Utile girl col-.
ored dteply, tor the did not like to say
V he animal kingdon', a he thought
she would, lest bis Majesty sheuld be
offended, when a bright thought cme.
and sue aaid with radiant eje. To
Godd kingdom, aire The Emperor
was dtp"y moved. A tetr stood io his
eye. lie placed his hand on the child's
head aud Said, most dtToutly, God
j;raiitthat I my be accoun'ed' worthy
ot thai kingdom.
BAIUIOW & PLEASANTS,
40 Barrels "Violet"
K-,n,iU- Flmir. A iriiue article.
DAUKOW i PLEASANTS.
MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!!
A fresh fcupyly consuutly ou hand
and e at .
Saddle Clothe. Bridle.-, llaulter.
Sac Tern 11 & Harris.
A 11 W lu-iiiM ofllce for rent, Af
ply at lid olllce.
A freh enpply jut rwUedU
lUliaow & PLKAJUOfc
Bacon I Hacaul!
Wcarenow xecelvius aiothtcfa
Irvad of fcUkr and Sh.otihier ittf
rantc.l rktiy prime, hiclx w: Jv
filing at XortUeca ricca-cUW
i a uuATTfa ; :
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