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"j A Democratic Newspaper.
j',:',!MiI every Friday in Louisburg'd
ati:s of si'i(;itirijo7.
. . py 1 year
" 3 Moaijj
. 1 0
.Tr TJ-31MS CASH IX alVANCE
To 3Iorrov .
BY CIIAIlLI B MACKAY.
II fortune with a smiling face '
trews rosCH n your way,
When i-hall we stoop to pick them, up?
To clay, py 'bo.' , ti - lay I
Jiut should g'ie frown with face, olearr,
Ar.u tnlk ol coming sory ( w,
When shall we grieve, if grieve we
,T. r -I'-no- , boy, t -Riou rov, I
!1 tliOHC wlc've wro'nge j ?us own ikcu
,Vnd kiudly pity pray,
Viicn si ad Ave listen and forg've 1
: To May, my boy, tr -.lay I
iiut ii ha in justicj ure rebuke,
i.jAi.d waimth from memory borrow,
WU-u ln.ll we chid , if, chide we dare i
Tt -rnwriow, hoy, to-morrow 1
JlUnse to whom tvo -we a dobt
A re harmed lirdis we pi;,
Wi cnth il! we sliurgle to he just
T.-lny, my Imr, i.- l y !
Thi' if our (I. Ut.r Jail our Lop",
And plend lit s ruin thorough,
VI. en sli d I we wcLh
his br.-:c!i of
T. -a.;rro'-, boyj.tc-.p.jr.rrow !
' ' ' '
j! love ct rat e.l should once nai .i
Her ei.i.il nnik? dispL-y, .
'i.Vli ii sliail c kis her piotT.red lipi t
T- - lay, ray b y, t - 'ay !
t'W it she wouhl in !ul'c remtf.'
, "p.- tlwdl with l y g-n)e sorrow ,
" ii. ii s'.m l we wet;;', if veep v,e iwat ?
, o:non..wt lr5 t -aiorrow 1 r
V r virtuous acta and h miles? joy? '
TIkj nfiimtes will nostay y
W i ' vc . iys lime to wflo'-ni'J lh'.nl
T. - ii; tuy loy( t - i !
r.nt c.irc, tsi ntnn'n-, argry word?,
And Uii,ivaibrg .-irov
(' tun far too soon if tin V appear
1 1 -mo row, bo; , to n.wirou 1 I
11Y CIIAIJLOTTi; iiowi:.
, I)jnt it look nice?' said losa,l.old
ing up tbo pretty dress which she
hail i.lanned and tiimmed all her-
v If. ' - V
o said yes, with a heartycniiHist-
l oss, I e -ause it was really nicely done,
:n d b.vausejt hal eos1 Rosa so many
h Mirs -,f 'patient o;l. Slie was on the'
point of eirrying 'it away, perfectly
,r-ati.aed witli ' herself, - when ' iiis
.wlij snt at her work in the corner,
k up, saying :
' Vis, it looks welb -"otvoah, but I.
''I'l't approve of having nice goods
l' ehed up at home, for work as you
will, home-made dresses never have
fny fctylo about them.' 4 r
' 'IM ' ' "
- i. lie serenity was gone from Rosa's
lravt, aud hm prs"iive that she uar
riVd her du.. .;Vy, feeling dix-atis-!i
d and ont of vort's, just because u
" - djoj pvv h.r ri-itcfu, 'venam-
;hs- 1 U one of a class of p
1 !! Avliose'inission seems to be a pre-
v ntiou of happiness. H goes mute j
'-'"'ft their 'grain" to see others sat-
is-cl with themselve - or their poscs-
i-'i'S and so thrjy htalk' about giving I
' tukv'd adyiee," drojp'ng unnece.tarv
ll!l'-V iler.nig ill-timed sug;ps- j
T and .making everybody ;wrekch- !
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-) .v Ibisa was happy with her dress, j
is :t linnr vinn.r .. II I !11 I
:dibrd the luxury of a .lressmaker ; but.
"lift bad a new dress, aid wanted it to
look nice, ami Li... of '.i.'V,.
. " onv. r.'vi ui. ll ll, illwU
t ie pnirit, inuiJus girl be is,
"il l made iltvitU her own deft hands.
HMnt rir!it. I voiler, had MissTl
r',ti"n i.r c.-uHliaud upjuii
lloslrS,- happines, and blodtimr it ail
.Iut look at that child !'.s-vs.s.'
dy, a . a baby parses in its porambuV
lati his. l Mippose its mother thinks! it
be ut y ; but I'd like to lot hor kiloW
I")' ii':tid on thy subject. . ' '
lraver't a JouLt of if.. Vmi iv,.i,i
to take tile happy niothcr of that
staring baby, arid tell Lcrlhaii her
ing i.-; tl; J ugliest child yoa cvor
lehhld that it looks sickly, that there's
ettang the matter with its head;
her if it is not abject to fits, and
winll up ly telling her that you never
knew a child lika hers to 'Ik-!' n r f
c.i'hat is a Tr: rf of
------- w - . , w 1 LUW
Don't niy braid look" nice ?' said
a again, in Miss T- -s presence,
whdu f.ho was all ready for a promen-
Vlcs, indeed, it loolis charmi
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Yes put in Miss T , it loolcs
enough ; but anybody at a dance
woi hl know that it is false-'
Well, everybody wears false hair
nowadays aid llosa, with a pout.
Jnot everybody V says Miss T ,
i a grim smile. 'Except me," if
please.' ; ' '.
ip, Miss 1 docs not wear false
hai k but she wears her own in two
si in Spiral .cmW, on either side of her
thin face, and in a l'ittla almost impcr-
pbic Lob on the back of her head ;
if J.!o:-n was one bit like herself,
would have suggested that a false
id would be an .improvement. J
iba, however, jaid not a word, but
wctfit away ttfeliug uncomfortable, and
idering if everybody was looking
ij fcl'iuirlv braid, 'and callin it.
e. . .
am getting along with lamentable
rapidity in fact, am not nearly as
yoi ng a.-, I use.l to be, but I hou't Iik
e reminded ot it.
Nd yet there is a! Miss. T near
who is constantly is Waking of 'per-'.
is at your nge' j.ebplo at your
v iiiu- v.iien i get as old as
yoii are and a thousand other cfpial-'
y P'uel and uufe.jlin- romv.rks. whidi
arq 'offered in a tono wliic'h T tic- ti..-
"iv-n i.'i j) tUl U
I am no longer young, and that 'niy
o .ar-o a u-x.Ngi-a.ee to me.
She takes a miserable delight in my
discomfiture, anil will, I have no doubt,
ad.l dozens of. gray hairs to my
- he; d.
; ,J jn"t mind thcs3 people I It. is
only their ,ay i;cwe kind heart su
gests. . -
Their way their unkiiul, hearties ,
terrible way ! arid sensitive lnirnau ,
hoa-ts m fc-t bear with them. Xo, we
can't do so !
'Hiey must mend ' their way' T?Cx
we are 'all here t o help lo'v one
another ; and Cud has not set one class
in a high place .to. look down and mor
tify the spirit of all the rest, ' by fling,
ing into tlivir home-made dresses,
thetr false braids, and their advancing
There are whys and wherefores in
every life, which no cue h-s ihe right
to question ; and if these ministers of
ugly srgoostions would but respe-t !
them, hv-w much happier we should all'
be. Sal'trd iy Nifhu -
, The pompons ihan is a study
himself worthy of a paintei's pencil.
Ibis is an imlividual who stands
himself, and from his mountain heiubt
ios down upon tlio world of k-ier
.aortals'v.nder his feet. U feels that
van Id was mode for him, nut he
1. tbe '-ovld As for, himself bo is a
reproae!; no mi
lan can lay
a nn;or upun a weak spot hi his armor.
Ho goes .'through life -ui on stilts. lie
has no joints, ind is as unbe.dinir as
re-ks of his native mountains. AI-
IV:1V tTi'iPi'l .t -n i r-1 1 v .. 1 . V
the, wrong thing. A man wile cannot
understand that there is wikevluess,
piverty, or evd of any kind in the
world which has any excuse. From
his height of pow-or and prosperity, be
i.a-ts '.. sr - lie o
at the Worms grovelioir
ui the di:-t at
b:s foot, arid thinks himself Letter and
ho!iori b.'eau e bo is plaeeJi s Jh
above them. ' )Vb:!t a erai4il there iii
iliii that Load of brass r;Hs in
ho du-t !o,v w.'ll he will deserve
it! ' " ;
C. D. C. .
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DEVOTED TO POLITIGSr LITERaTUHE, SCIENCE AND ART.
Xlie X?f?ality. ofnoinaiice,
Most tkinkiiig minds will ogreethat
we live two live? upon earth, vo.ven
togtlicr, yet cnj-able if scp-aration ami
distinction. Ouo is thought, the in
ward lite ; the other is action or the
outward. In cither one pr the otlier
mott people find their romance, for
few taat miugle daily with us have'
never bacn tcuebed in some way by ro
mantic thoughts or acts. It may be
all unwritten, unexpressed, for the
faith that c slopes our ends"' may al
the lips, that, too late, would tell the
story of thc.heart : and the sad cities
of the silent receive many foix;'s that
have carried :lieavy. burdens along life's
pathway, in secret and alone. Remem
bering that we are only a part, let our
thoughts of others be tempered with
mercy, .Providence, knnwino- nil tbn,
inward struggles, will measure to the
sinful and weak ju.y and well.
Sometimes accidents open ' J to the
worlds view the untold stories of years,
yet, at the same time, casting around
the revektion those uncer ainties that
exercise the imagination, till with the
known is mix-d the dim, shadowy mys
t cries of .the mind. .
A short tunc since, a crmc'of cxeav
ators at work near a bog, unearthed
the skeleton of a man and horse. The
position of the remains supported the
thcGiy that he was liJing along per
fectly unconscious of the awful fate
was about to overtake him. More
than this is unknown. 'Who lie was,
whither bound, remains a secret lock
ed from the knowlonge of the human
mind. Rut iniogination asserts her
power, and pres. ntg the possible real
ities of the unknown - in ' the mental
view in long and beautiful array..
Taney shows a sunny cot nestliu? amid
flowei-3 that bioom in the. suihmcr
The tufted lawn slopes d wivard to
the blue waters of the sea that ripple
on the beach. The joyous glee of. chil
dren wake the echoes, and the sweet
inusie cf a happy wife floats over the
fields to speed the ' absent home-
wavd. - : :
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I )ays roll into weeks, and months,,
and years, yet'he cpmes not. Ever
ufter, through life's pilgrimage, down
to the valley of -shadows, a real sor
row rests upon tUat household, yet
tinged with the uncertainties of ro
mance. ; '
, What tender spots are found some
times in narrow and miserly 7earts.
Recollection points to a man counting
his gains by thousands, making the
Rible serve as a receptacle for bills
and bonds, yet who refused' to have
his birth-place demolished long after
it was deserted as a dwelling.
j'or years it ? ti d in. a barren field,
grim and brown, rattling and -inoan-ing
maw hter storm, dry and du?ty
under the summer sun.
Touched by the hand of a master
from the -canvass spring imitative
scenes of nature's landmarks, with all
the attendant train of glories. Touch-j
e l by the baud of destiny, the mute
possibilities of the soul awaken to ac
tion, till the life is full and fruitful
with good works that make. 'us better,
and vorthy of that better laud whither
it will be joy to go. o
e do not know the naoie fl the
man who told the lollowir.g s orv t f
A eh:s s Urjwn. If we uiu wj would
b ; needy wi ISn g to .ncommitu! him
to a;;y one who wA i's a jiood, sromr,
vigor.. ui Mar, who wiii Letiiatei.t uo-1.-ingj
15 tow i it is t J, h a a vrj
bii.l bi-a aui! Iu u-ed to ptimit Lis
children 1 1 tiniu-e thvm'3tlv.js- whiie he
to 1: bis auernoon nap t y p'ayin'; tit i
ttt on his scalp with pbte -f tliuc.al.
Oae djy the i tie odis grew ii:til o
tlsat g.m , ami' started'' to p!:.j lm' n
ley-e:,' with a j trk-knile, aiuI at the
It: st blow drive the Hade half ua'ireU
in.o iliowti's ."iu!l. NoboiiV ev.i m
CMt.i:ii .l w ha would save woptfcrilie
ginv slope d Hid .n:y, n 1 ' Brown
t u a lura u uinlv r j;;j4 i:i shUh
heV's-st a !j c' iid utnumi In.i wi h
A!ippe- . !K s'evj s wiih hia iiat ia
Ti i , I, f, if ii iii mi :..
iJRG - . N. 0.. 'JULY,
Tito Vntltoi oJT "Home
Payne bad ?trong sympathy for the
red man's rights and home, and with
out thought of exciting anger, express
ed bis kindly feelings to any and every
, 1 was at the time . when the people
ofj Georgia, of the Indian country,' had
sufiered by massacres and night fires
and murder till they could endure the
outrage no longer, and President Jack
son was! favoring the removal of the
tribes to the t of the Mi.isin.
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Travwlling alone as Payne was, with
out much baggage, so simple and out
spoken in bis manner, it was not long
before be excited suspicion as an In
dian spy ; and when they I reached the
next stopping place it was whispered
auout that he was an enemv, in sym
pathy with the Indians who had so'of
ten commit' ed-sueh terrible outrages
upon the white population as to exas
perate every ono to bitter .eum'ty to
them and all the ir friends,
; ivot dreaming of the cuusc. they
took Payne, tied his hands behind him
the most girlish man in the worl I -and
marched him - off between two
strong fully armed men,
He saw his situation, and becau to
tremble and protest and explain who
hewasbntto no cfi'ect. 'On the
marched for perhaps half a mile throu-ii
thickets and fields, passing toward an
unusually lighted and respectable ap
pearing log cabin- It was quite late
in the night, still the inmates seemed
to be 'moving, and as the party ap
proached nearer, they heard srmnp"'
unally Payne could distinctly recog
nize the music of "Home Sweet
Meeting an officer from the house -which
proved to be the headrpiarters
'some of the United States soldiers
not long there-he said they hd
brought one of the spies of ' the In
dians, who claims to have written
some song about Home which I nev
er heard tell of
The oflher's curiosity was 'excited,"
who, bearing fhe song at trU same
time, wet immediately with tlic guard
to see the prisoner whom he found
stretched on the ground.
" What is your name?' ked the cf-
' John Howard Payne," said the pris
oner but only a little above a whis
per. ' Good Heavens ! is it posdble?'said
the offi.cr. Unbind him immediate
ly and bring water at once, or I'll blov
the d d brains out of every o..e of
'Here, Payne, take some of this
handing him a rude camp flask, while
he raised his head with his owu hands
that he might drink.
Soon Payne, half dead, was carried
to the house. There the whole matter
wa;s explained, and our hero was sc on
in as comfortable a room as could be
obtained, surrounded by officers ind
ladies, who did everything in their
power to calm and comfort the author
with a home.
!. "Can you tell me the rot l to Green
viHc?' asked a jackee traveler ot a
boy whom he me: on the r ad.
"Y f, sir," said the" bry. Do you
see our barn d wn there V . '
"Yi'?. sucl he.
" Go to tha'. Ah ut thrc hundred
yar Is beyond the b.n you ficd a Imir.
Take, to it laue and foUowalcn nbjyt
a mile and a hh.1'. 1 h n tou wiil curr.H
to a slippery elm log. You be mi:v
, wa. ;,i , audu; gexrg r:n l,tit
1 - V U tnT ''ft t!:. .'-nL 1
IcPfirfllt llrur,... .1
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iocu oj can go on up. u..'ri you gt
ruthehrov ol tL uS and lUrc The
road, prtvatieate; a id you tske the
laf't baud roi' anl krfp n,at u ajl jQa
g-t iut a, big plu. thicket, when you
getth-r . 4 why, tbea-tbin. tLtu
'"Vi.ul b.u X
t- fher, s-Mi-e . H'ii bt Landed if
joa ai t los
A Drehiniu; gtu.l; .xe.te.l Vi:t
a:i tf.l.UU. -d IU et.qw;iit cf am,,.
rod w. uiu., jjave rioia tau :
;"Uf ii; n k- runs nwaj mil tncdr
mans Vife, Is.hke hiia" cut ni
pie ches, it tb-j Vitinioe faddtr I"
M .r.y ;Ca;S r.o, tbee lived in a j
le:.ut lul little couuiry town in'ctth
Alabama, J g n;n watt;:-' carter; old
',en 1 mir, Judge i . well kuowu
Liourjl.out the St.ite ai we!', lor his di -'"n.-u
i d b'l'-y 'vs 1 ii fiwrktd gece
ro;i y and c r geutia i y. Aiacr.g his
cha" tie possessions was a n i;o turned
J.kf. t, ,13 he Has m ro; fdmiliarly
called Uecle J.kr, uud there never
lived a mere prov. king old dikey;
for U;cle Jake, nbhough a Itvorite,
had many wcakr.es e- hh among otlur.,
he wt.- pi.r.icu'.ar'y leaidl si ot tiutl .
o mic'i ua tx-eid, in b,ett lhat rc
easi ni!ly:the go d old Jude four.d it
nets cry i j u iUh h m. Ii was the
cus'om iu tbn?e (1 y, h.r the town cju
static to admiuii'.e; "u ll gz"i g wl.e -ever
he mi.-hr wis d: inclined to f
fliiul", aid .hs. c a "e v' il i p r'c
u'...r b r b.id a fevi.re r. pa'a.la
pr. flcienry aw. g iU dar' uh-. biJ
i.ow and then b.ca S3 urfort'iaaU
'o cera. ua 'er Lis Lan ,."
.1 k?, rdlb ug'. he h.d utvcr'betn
Here, w::s will p-s'cd and La! great
reprgnance !o ilissaCI , who was
the incumbent at that tim-. On on
c reas on durng the C'l.nstrar.s das,
wl.ie the old J .dge v m quite stvere'r
indispose V Vv.clc Jake had tee i guilty
of m.'s -iran i', tncl umsiment was
deemed nfce sary, bo the J idge wrote
a cote to d.e Nonstable al out as follow; :
Mr. : PU-ase g've the be .rcr
thir'y-niue lailes ur.d charge to me.
Jl' .CE II.
Callii-g or, U-c!e Juke, the Ju 'gj or-
iLred him to cairy tl e note to O '-,
who would give him a grubbing hor.
J.ke started up town but his eus
p'cions X'erc r.oU2cd. He could cot
underatuud what the Jude wanted
with a giubbing li h, at Chris-mas timc,
and l i c: r.peici cc 'was m t tl.ar as it
shord 1 lave Ic.r. The rc.ult of his
'jfpc 'on l.e v.-.ii to be whipped.
Seti::ga ichor I I oy 'approaching, he
took out tl e mile and s do :
"Masa BJ., uha.'a in dis note ?
Got so ib,dj elii na.ining I g-.t Kvi
The hoj r ad the pole and explained
its contents to Juk , who whistled and
'lauglel to himfclf aj a bright idea
struck him. Call ng a negro boy, who
wa9 near, J.k", said :
B y does yer want to mtke a quar
ter?" '"Of cf urI do;r. .
4I Vel!, Uke elis note down to Massa
, r.nd git a grubbiu h. e, and I
wuit here till y 'u con a back, -.u' Jtn
I gives jou a quarter."'
i TIu boy hurried'"! U to accmpliih
his erraii'". and in due r u:..e deliv, r d
the noo to G -., who took him into
.the yard, lo.krd thet'a'e, ami proceed
ed, despite the b y's protestations of
innocetc-, to ndmiaider the desired
fkTS'J ?, wh'le Jake Lurried rffliom
elecklicg ever dhe baj.py refult f
what might hav- ptcn sriyus business
'that tverirg !hc Judge called him
up ru I uqu'rod : .
'.IaU", did 31. u get the gtuMirg
Xo. Mrssa; give :i bny a quirler tr
tdcli dat do'o to Missa G , an 1
sec he grt chit li p,
A It ad a ay No ice, Oa a ctrtain
ra':lw.,y t: et 1 . i?.'4 i ineligible mdice
app-nry : l.-:eilttr, wlun trusts mov
Z in "p-sito fiuctti es ..re uj proacl
ing each otla r on sepntte iirai, ci -dec"o;s
and ctiiutr wiil Le nq iir.d
to b-in 'hir r.s;we:ive trains to a ilea l
halt b f re the po st ofmft tirg, and be
very cirilal not to p- c.-ed till eaoh
train has pis-ed the o lur,1
lVhit ivouhl you gi ve, ' a' e I a
conceited y-m man if a vutrab'e
giutleu-ai sitiing pposi!e o Ltia at
ZVI . J , " " V T"
tl.- tl.to. f. I. -. ... .
, bui ; 1 ne o.u reniienrn re-
tlecttd a trornerd. and th-c & Iemnly
stid, 'I doit kiiwv but whit I w.j'i.d
be almost as wiliieg to as tjolhb as
y ra arj.'
Ufor una'e. at Coirp'iments. It is
rVtd t a Bar.tUn p trtrtt: j aintet
tlii', hvin.r rtceiitly paitte i the por
ra t .da ! a 1 -. critic, v ho 1 al just
dr ''pel in ?o s -e-what w r.roiu4 i n
ia the itcdi-.. e;cl&in'd. is very
y p 1 i'e
such aa u :"y del " I j. 2)y n.r. h
. w a iv a lilt w Mv . il
toe rejitest nniLi on; j' u ariiht
I ought to have pcriVivcvf i .
reem' its you c mp r,c-'.,
-V Hiiiprlo Worm Iwillocl
D:iiing the se.rarner cl IS'jZ (writes a
gentlemar) I was an invalid, and Wia
induced, oa 11-c oa.mendat ioa of mj
pi y ieiar, to go to the Ilydr pithic
Erabhshmcnt at udljr.K.k Prk, near
Richmond, in Surry. During my s -j
am there, I was eu:e eby walking
th ough ilij r u:i-.ntic ?rou U arel pntk,
with t.-ne frier cN atul prcpr'e er, Dr.
EI i when the elector elrtw our titer -t
on to a large sycamore trc, ikeayed
tJ the c:r.
- That t.cffc:bl'Lc;-.vjs kill
ed 1 y a i: g!e worm.'
Ia IT: ? v. r to o
"r lrnuirc. wc fouJ
tint fcleut tr.o jers revi us tLc
tree w.'s as healthy as nry 13 the pirk,
when a wo dvvrr:n, ah ut three inches
lorg, 'as ob-errcd to le loiting its
-ay uad r the b.ik of ibe 'ruik. It
C ugbt Ike eye cf a na'ttrvlisf who was
l.iiirLc ; '-Lei thai warm alone.
iX jb r, and it v. ill kill the t:e ."
lliis rrcmcd; v. ry in-.pr.bablc, but it
wa3 ogrce-! that the LLick-kcaJcd
worm shcu'd rot be d .iu:b C.
l:v a Jimt i. wa3 fjun. that thr
worm bad tucn- bid its way a consider
able elistanc unehr the baik. The
nxt sunumr the Icarcs cf the uce
dropped oil very ca' y, tr-1 the tuc
ccediij- year it w a deae ro'.t jn
thirg, r.nd the h le made l y the worm
m-glit t e sc i 1 the very he.rt cf the
.or.ee Lfjblj tiuuk.
A' ,"' sa'd rr.e who wzs present,
'let U3 Lara a lcasoa In ni tbat dead
tree. How m'uiT, who olcc p:o:nit.d
f-ir for Ufcfu'ntfg in the world and
churcl , have b.en ruined uy a single
A nan who
the rrZ! of
pqueakirg boots frjt-j a s' o; store al-
ways g.-ts them S.lurd'-, an.l'y
tlij u xt day the full poxer of the
cq-i a!: is devel pcd. He arrivet Rt
Church at 1 lie rpcrdng ef a lorg prayer,
and is admitted I y the scx'on with ae!
monitoy gestures of silcnre. The first
step inside tho door is lo.lowcd ly a
found like that of ripping a clapboard
fomthesido of a barn, while ia!i the
ladies on the rg'it side of ;he aile tip
their topkeot.? to one side aad f quint
fom th:r left ry'?t those on the other
side re trjn j the order. Ralancirg
painfally 0:1 his v erst err, be makes
a mor.2 gradual eff jrt aud is rewarded
by henries the Fcnv harmordc reve:
beracce like lii.ked sweetness lor'
drawn cu. Tlicr hz tries to navigate
a the t ails ol his fei ard waddles
along or. bis beets. He clutches CO! -vuhhc'y
at the sbJhs ol the pews to
lighten his v.ti-ht, knecks clown a
womaL'j parasol, and gits all the dea
cou3 to rais'ng their bd l heads and
the skiu a:ro63 their fjrehcad, and
scowling as they do thenst et the
week. S he d termines t m:cce he
matter no more, and tro's along fi.-!,
j kirg cut pi?raoj;c .hrieks of a
so e that'j (Umcid," with a ngalarity
that he never roubl attain at anvtbio"
cb-r. and tckc!:ei hie jew xi.th a'l bis
under gan.er.ts turaed to jiroa3 plas
t.iF, and Li I. c: of a C'l,r to match
thrt s ticit dor-e io red g'ass in'lLe prii:
ATLojghdul U)y. Accruia Sun
day ichool tcLcher wasia the habit ol
mikieg a col'cctin in Lis jaTecIle c!is
f r mi-sicnary o!j ;ctf. He was do: a
little snrprisefl one day to Cad counter
feit dime auvt-g the coppers ; mlra
a kir g the c! s who put it taite, tbc
doner wh.s printed ont to him hy one
who had seen him depo it it. I)iluTt
you kr.uw that this was gov! f.,r ccth
ir.gT'risl the tca h.r Y ar.t
wertd ths boy. Then what did y ti
pat it in the box lor V Th- ly cojI
ly'r.p'ied. I c'ldu'. 1 01 tb ? li.tl
he .thens would ki w thedfl rcn e;
.-o I thonht it w;u!d bj j :s'. at -o d
' A Wife's Text. 1 Toe ri-M miu ia
the riiiLt .lace1 a hudad at L oi '
in the v ninj.
A ll .hl Utte",-A Udy c: il .
wro'e to Lcr tbrrr.t hjba-.d i! lal
! wir.2 LtTi-r. which my lc qg 'iA a
M ' w lid ww A n 1 1. 11 i
f 1 ... t 1
I C U-e bu y. nrlh'' g to
I'j Y-t r S'lb-criji'io
RATES OF AD-ERTISIXG.
(10 uses ok lessc KsrrrcTE a sqirk
Ore S .j tire one insertion ..n r.
Jaeli suWiUh iit lortion.. T,
Onw moreh .2.-w
Two litonth , 3-, ..
7 hre umnthn 5,.,..
fix month; JJ.o
Twelvemonth '. 15 0 . .
C ontrei 5 tot larger iwa' maue on nhci j
STATE LIFE INSURANCE.
RAiOGII, &OHTH CAROLINA ,
Hon. Ivemp P. Dittle, Preidcnt
h II. Cameron, Vice-President.
W II. Uick4, yecrctary.
Dr K 13. II y wood, Med. Director,
L)r W I. Kiyster, Ass't .Med. D,rcto.v
J. li. li it chclor, Attorney.
. II l ry, Superviaiug A.ut.
BHtnCTORS ; r
Hon K:aip P Uatlc, Hon Tod R Cald -w.ll,
lion John V Cunninbsra, Col 'j
M Holt, Hon Wta A Smith, Dr W
IIikiwEs, Hoa John Manning, G A'
liCoxt'olLW Humphrey C TaU
Murphy, Col Wm E Andeikoo, Job O
V iiiiams, Col W L .iunder H 1 lie
Ai ca, Co a A Aiilloy, 1 J Your- '
Jameg A Graham, F II Cameron, J t;
Mclt ie, J Ii BdtcUciV, J ClllakB. WaU.
fterC:arK. W G Cpchu.cU, J J Dan.
Jyhn IkU! la.
FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES
It is emphatically a Home Corapanr.l
Its larg capital guaruaus sUeBu-f
and eaUty I
Its tali axe as low as those of ay
It ofl.ri all uesfrable fjrais ol ima--r.ncc.
lis funds are invested at home au
circuUte I tinong our p n people.
Nj liccesdary reitri; ious .liapond
ttpou Ksidince' orlravcT;" " "
Policiei non forMUolo afitr ce
y-rars- . .
I's eficers and directors are ' prom
Leut, aua wtll-kuown North Cctrol.i.
.a s, h h jsu experitnce as business me.
and wtiose worth and integrity ail
aloce suiiicieat guarantees of tueouTl
pauy'u stretigth, solTtncj and acce
Geo. S Bker, Local Agent,
U A, London, Louuburg, N. C
District Agea, rituboro, NU
ID Good Ag.nt. with whom libr
rai couu a:is wm be maelf, wjmted
every couuey in the btate.
ma 21 jjx
GREEN & ALLEN,
- Grocers And
Solicit CoaaljriaeDU of
Cott3ii, Tobacco, Vliort
rionr-i Coi'ii; mid
P r o du ce; Generally.
Ag.nts foi ih Exctlltnza Cotton
Fertilizer and Galbtts lioproTfcl. Eu
lirush Cotton G.i-a. '
Ko. 110 Syeinjire btt, PcUntrarg, T-4.
1 - ly
H. IL Hadlson,
1 - r ....
And agent for tbo aai&ot
CIGARS, &c. ; ' .
ICC Sycamore Street,
err i onrtNtf amw
V J LO jJ.J ut 1 .L-
,xxk. M, , M k hM malm O-r T?
J. II. I1ATII
Saddle & Harness TJaker
Court a, Locuscfco, N. C.
najriaj crap!oyei a yooog man to a -ted
ia my La, Ltrtaiur uiy toiire
trrjt..n wi l W iveo to inaiB anj x .
pairifs 5jdd!r Uarnca.itc JLiIgl&i.
lor w iu my Ua will rixiTe prom 1
aitcr-tcou. lueaitL! cl Louubu
and surrounding o.untry wul do wtli T
"ire me 4 c'.b t re purchaiog L
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