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roL v. THIRD SERIES
SALISBURY N. C MAY, 6, 1875.
NO. 80.WHOLE NO. 84
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PUBLI8EDED WEEKKY I
j. J. BRUNER,
Proprietor and Ed i 601 .
J. STJS Aft t
A mo ci ate Editor.
HATK Or CIICBIFTI01f
WEEKLY WATU nMAH.
RjgSMf address.,..--.:..-. 10.0
rwrvnTIfllXO RATES :
SacABEdfh) One insertion
AN IMPORTED NATURAL GUANO
"EVEN THIS SHALL PASS AWAY.' Uearlet fever, battled with ro easels and
The New Yrk Sim pnbHshes the follow- ehicken pox with a band to-hand combat,
log poem by Theodore i utos. it is a gieat ana took love by the hardest, after very
wonder u dm not oeeu uruueni Q in ine mQch lhfJ Mm(l fhioli
rwwener-1 liioo wiai. lowixipaiamj i i
mnl.,F t M (u rii4H(lukt!a Mnainira" and a,,UI" Yel'
Amie. Amie. C'est a Vivere," yet we think
I may be
A GENUINE ANIMAL DEPOSIT.
l T special notice 25 per cent, more
"t Ileu'lsr advertisements. Resdin notice
Jiuper line for each and eve ion
MO 00 PER TON OF
R 2,000 lb. paya
ble Nov. k
THE HIGH STANDARD OF QUAL
tv itid H F.F.N FULLY MAIN
TAINED, AND IT IS CONSIDERED
By TUOSE WHO HAVE GIVEN IT
i A FAIR TRIAL TUU
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Liberal and advanta
geous Terms far Large
Lots Given on Applica
A MONOPOLY OF THIS VALUABLE DEPOSIT HAS BEEN CREATED
in favor of this Company by the Crown officer. The name M0 UANAHANI 1"
is a Reentered TRADE MARK at the United States Patent Office, and all
warned from making: uae of the same in connection with fertilizers of any kind.
it well it ia spared the contamination of each
WT J,"1 Twini in toelr ' eoqoelry, no vanity i. periud to voo.
aapphire light and her face still aa beaati Liateo to nobody oo this -fAtw
i m m yom. i ne lovely temples were them that yon are above oca foolish
j mere, out tue aptnt tbal rtowrd
THE KING'S RING.
THE COMPANY GUARANTEE THAT
will be ANALYZED BEFORE IT 18 OFFERED FOR SALE.
Examine the Ana! vaea And Letters of Prof. P. B. WILSON. Ralitimore ; Prof. H. C.
WHITE, Profensor of Chemistry, University of Georgia ; Prof. F. A. GENTH, Philadelphu,
rroleasor of Applied Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania.
CU AN AHANI GUANO COMPANY,
Lnr.A.1 Agents at all
the Principal Depots.
DeROSSET & CO.,
Qrasrsl Agent for North Carolina and
Salisbury, N. 0.
Abetter oueti than ever.
Qmbs now ami set the BEST. Get the stove
f ysa js-ant one that will outlast any other, and
aitfijmade of all NEW IRON, and warranted
s anpitltisfaction &c Various styles, of cook
g stores at a nmall profit.
TTW f T A T T
Jiin Vf AJUiXi.
Ir6k A Copper Wake made of the
Uterul, on hand or made to order,
enacts supplied at Low Prices. Cash
ram for sll kind of Copper, Brass Ac. Ask for
p Maui street, balisbnry, .
In offering this FERTILIZER to the Agricultural Community a Second Season we do so
with the inmost Confidence, feeling satisfied that the hish opinion, we formed, and expressed
last season bawd on its Chemical Constituents hsve been most satisfactorily borne out by the
test, by which all Fertilizers must be judged, that of the Plantation.
LflRt season, owing to the lateness at which we commenced importing we were forced to put
our Guano on the market at once, but now having continued our importations during the sum
mer and fall, and having large and well vent:lated Warehouses in this City and City Point, we
are enabled to put our Uuaho on the market, in a condition as to dryness, and freedom from
lumps, equal to any Manufactured Fertiliser.
We solicit a careful persuai of our Circular containing the certificates sent us. and which can
be had on application at this OFFICE, or from any of our AGENTS. Having nothing to con
ceal, we made an innovation on established usage, by publishing those letters received unfavora
ble to our Guano, but careful inquiry in many cases proves that the cause of its failure was not
owing to any fault in the Guano, but to those far beyond onr control We have frequently
heard the same complaints of its kindred Fertilizer, Peruvian Guano, but the concurrent testi
mony of well known Farmers and Planters from Maryland to the extreme Western counties of
North Carolina, justify us in claiming a place for our Fertilizer Superior to many, and Second
We confidently expect the continued patronage of the Agricultural Community and no exer
tion shall be spared op our part to make
THE STANDARD FERTILIZER
FOR THE- '
COTTON. TOBACCO & GRAIN CROPS
e r T .IJ tt
vnce in reraia rtJia"" laa
Who upon bis signet-ring
Graved a maxim true and wise
Whieh. if held before his eyes.
Gave him eoui-sel, at a glance.
Fit for every ehange and chance ;
Solemn words, and these are ibey ;
"Even this shall pass away !'
Trains of camels tlircugb. the sand
Brought him gems from Sainarnand ;
Fleets of gal leys, t h ro v gj fhe seas
Brought htm pearls to watch with these.
But be counted not as gain
Th ensures of the mine or main.
! What is wealth ?" the king would say,
'Eveu this shall pass away.'"
In the revels of his court.
At the senith of his sport
When the palms of all bis guests.
Burned with clapping at hia jests.
He. a in id his figs and wine.
Cried, "O. loving friends of mine !
Pleasure comes, but not to stay :
'Even this shall pass away.'"
Lady fairest ever seen
Chose he for his bride and queen.
Couched upon the marriage bed,
W diapering to his soul, he said :
"Though a bridegroom never pressed
Dearer bosom to his breast.
Mortal flesh must eome to clay ;
"Eveu this shall pass away.'"
Fighting on furious field,
Ouce a javelin pierced his shield.
Soldiers with a loud lament.
Bre him hleeoing to his tent.
Groaning from his tortured side,
"Pain ia bard to hear.' he cried ;
"But with patience, day by day,
"'Even this shall pass away.'"
Towering in the publie square.
Twenty cubits iu the air,
Rose his statue carved in stone.
Then the king, disguised, unknown.
Stood before his sculptured jame,
. Musing meekly. "What is fame J
Fame is but a slow decay :
"'Even this shall pass away.' "
Struck with palsy, sere and old,
Waitiug at the gates of Gold.
Spake he with his dying breath.
"Life is doue ; but whst is death ?"
Then in answer to the king
Fell a sunbeam on his ring.
Showing by a heavenly ray
"'Eveu this shall pass away.'"
"Was she beautiful T" asked Dorches
ter, encouraged by this unusual mood of
confidence on the part of one who was
generally reserved to the last degree.
As Diana's self P
"And who did she finally marry, if the
quest ion does uot touch too nearly
"That is what I cannot answer yon. I
loot sight of the family long ago. They
went to Europe I believe; she was quite
ambitions and levely enongb to try for a
title and a coronet and for aught I know
she is a countess nr a marchioness bj this
time. And now that 1 have fully satis
fied your curiosity, yoa will perhaps, be
good enough to let me read this pile of
manuscript 'n peace."
uCan I help yooP
"If yon like by giving me yoor opin
ion of this fat parcel lied with blue ribbon,
and written on gilt-edged not paper a
sure sign that its antboiess hasn't been
accustomed to writing for the papers."
Mr Oorcheater untied the dainty azure
bow of ribbon.
" By Utile Kavanagk,' he read. "A
ro ma i tic name most probably a' nom de
"I dare say," noded Clifton, absently ;
and oo more was said until nearly an
hoar afterwards, when Dorchester tossed
the last page on the table.
"Pretty good," be said, "but bearing
the evidences of crodity."
"Then we don't want it," said Clifton,
tearing open a new evelope.
"But there arc some good things about
. - . a a .... .
pint wu Kiatwea. vt lib a mimed wnmn .rnklM t
within it was softened and parified through matter of importance, nothing tndif-taat.
uucu iron. i U !, awxiU.il. A I .i
wmmvc pti'iigrv are aitoweu to . mail a II
woman aa tA a rnana A,kM
any tobject, least of all one that directly want to surpass you directly. Hsve no
s,.i.niriiuii htBMauii a i a a a m a a
v..,v...t-u u.iuaru. VVB DC KKJa leaTe OI I COIlbOanl rnnr hn KH aT
Harold Clifton W nnt An wkn nan all
took murh lima, tn mW nn Ma ntin) am '
- - a - - VWW g aWSanaa "II
Mian Kirby oo the doocstep, after having
secured permission to eome again vary
soon, he added, as if by aa after
"1 have asked you so many questiooa
already, Eleanor, that yon mast deem tm
"Oh, not she interrupted, with rising
color. 1 never conld think that."
lift a A a
out, ne went on, ID ere ts one tuat 1 try to be always occupied skoal
nave not yet spoken, rive years ago I j aaeband , then yon make no
ashww yw as aw my aefr, sod yen refaosd. 4 Yea will find more ttwrlr1h
My sentiments still ismain unaltered
Eleanor, shall yon think it strange if I
ask yon once again ta try and love jm
enough to marry me T"
Eleanor Kirby burst Into tears yet a
"Dear Harold, what pave I dona to
deserve this f" she faltered: and be knew
that bis aait was won.
And all that Hermann Dorchester said,
when the editor of the 'Apollo Magazine'
told him abont it, was ;
"Didn't I say, this very morning, that
yon were cot out lor a married man V
oe toat l will not even claim an ei
Uaaj for myself, so a- not to
to confident". You bare ikit of
and groins, if yoa want to ase H for yaw'
own happiness, especially as yoor hus
band', character and deportment can make
yen feel easier Car tin futnra than any
thing else, if yoa yourself do tsac diets rb
la Uappy crcum.Uncea. Yam
OF THE SOUTH.
Haajny's Tin ho
I km well preiia
prepared to cut good
for marking Tobacco, Flour Patent article &c.
Every peraon doing any kind of work or busi
seas ThOti Id have a stencil to advertise his busi
eeaa as it is acknowledged to be the best and
aaaapaat way to let people know what you are
One mark with stencil mar set a customer,
for you, that will put Hundreds of Dollars
a your lianas. Try it and you will get a cus
tomer you never thought of.
MY PRICES ARE LOW, AS FOLLOWS,
Ooe-fourth inch letters 5 cents per letter
One hair and five-eights a
Three-fourth A One inch letters 7 M " "
The? raav be sent to anv part of the U. 8
J mail at a small cost.
8end in your orders stating sise of letters y a
prtfcr, and the Stencil, will be main neatly t
and promptly forwarded.
Fwher street Saliabury, N. C.
L. V. BROWN.
April 23. 1874 tf.
President, N. M. TANNOR, of Rowlett, Tannor & Co.
Vice President, ROBT. A. MARTIN, of Robt A. Martin & Co.
JOHN B. STEVENS, of Stevens Brothers.
S. P. ARRINGTON, of John Arrington & Sons.
JOHN R. PATTERSON, of Pettersou, & 8ons.
C. R. BISHOP of Bishop & Branch.
JOHN MANN, DAVID OALLENDER, W A. K. FALKENER
j FftAJXK POTTS. General Agent.
FOR SALE BY
MERONE Y & BRO.,
SAL1SBYRY, N. C.
CHORLOTTE, N. C.
HAROLD CUFT0FS FATE ;
The Blue-Ribboned Manuscript
''But I never could account satisfac
tory for it !" said Uermaun Dorchester.
Mr. Dorehrsier aud his lriend Harold
Clifion, the editor of the "Apollo Mga
zine," were pitting cosily, tete a Me. in
the editorial sanctum down town, a pretty
room, with a blue carpet, and a table ol
carved black walnut in the centre of the
apartment, high heaped with papers, man
uscripts, letters, eissored "items" and
books of reference ; while the fire crack
eled in the chimney piece with dancing
bituminous flatne, aud the driving biiow
clicked sofily against the window panes.
'It was very snug, very, disorderly, and
"It must be a very poor manuscript
thst hss not some redeeming quality in
its platitudes; but we haven't time to pol
ish np other people 'a carelessness and
prune their redundances. Into the waste
basket with it!"
"Hut the authoress particularly wishes
it to be kept here until called for at
least so she says in her note."
"Then, I anppose, we must keep it.
J ust lay it on oue side.
He was still uttertug the words when
a boy opened the door and peeped in.
"What is it Tomt" asked the editor,
with a resigned sigh.
"A lady, sir, wants to see yon she's
called about 'The Ghost of Lessingtou
"The unlucky blue ribboned manu
script, said Mr. uhtton, with a slight
elevation of his eyebrows. "Yon may as
well take it in to her, Dorchester, and tell
the disxgreeable truth as politely aspossi
'I guess not '.'said Hermann, grimacing.
'Not 1 you may do your own decapita
ting, for all of me.'
Mr. Cliltou rose np with a fort of
signed sigh :
, r r M .a -v
it you uaa any ot toe Damon
Fyibias spirit about yoa, old fellow,
wouldn't leave me in the lurch in
sort of way,' he said reproachfully.
'A man don't went to hurt a lady's
feelings, you see that's where the chi
valrous element lies."
'Chivalrous fiddlesticks!' said Clifton,
satirically, as be took np the scattered
pages of 'The Ghost of Leeeiagtoa Pow
ers,' and entered the ante-room, where he
was in the habit of receiving visitors not
sufficiently intimate to share the privile
ges of the editorial sanctum within.
It was a prettier, neater little room than
i . .a ,
wnvi 7OH enjoy latsBi wtia sseasore
hsve seen plenty of exam pica. Order ii
time and housekeeping is the anal of a
quiet, hsppy life. I know ia these liasee
one does not believe in any pleasure if
there Is the slightest restraint with it. t
would agree with the so if I had
perieneed myself aad did not sei
day how these same people, that believe
in these maxims, are a) ways bored and the
least happy ; they take pleasare in noth
ing, give their fancies free ran aad finally
an tyrannised over. I speak of an order
thai ia ia cooJorssity wish yoar has band's
will. Nothing sbalT prevent you to agree
with each other on this sabect. Yoa
must sacrifice every thing to please bios
snd do ss he wants : then too have coth-
The Letter of an Empress Ma- ing to reproach yourself. Yoa have only
ria Theresa to Her Daughter Y obey' nu bar ,Md 7ottr
Maria Christina A
who Married for Love.
ADVICE TO A DAUGHTER.
lections or remonstrances in
and kindness. Yoa can do that esses,
bnt if he decides on the contrary, yoa
have only to obey, and even la
Translated from the German fur the Sunday w7 tht one thinks yoa ore doing yoar
own business without listening to any
Chronicle sod Sentinel.
MaRIa. TO SB ESA'S LETTER TO HKR DaCQH
TEB MARIS CHBISTINA.
my dear vaujMer : - loa want me to
give yoa some advice upon your future
siluaiiou. There are a great many books
which treat upon this subject. 1 will not
repeat what they say.' Yoa know that
we women are eubjeet to oar husbands ;
that we owe them obedience ; that oar
ouly aim shall be to serve the husband,
to be useful to him, to make him a fath
er and onr best friend. If, also, unfortu
nately, example shows the contrary, still
I cauuot release you of yoar doty. Yoa
married yoor husband from inclination ;
that is the only reason why I established
yoa. Yoa know year husband; yoa
have every reason to hope to be as hap
py with him as it is possible ia this world
Seek to deserve God's blessing by lead
ing a Christian's life. Set others aa ex
ample by yoar kindness, yoar piety by.
a decent deportment, a modest reserve
which you ought to observe everywhere.
It is lor yoa lo set the fashion, and I am
convinced that yoa will do it ; yoa are
well fitted for it ; yoa posses grace aad
humility ; bat lake care not to exaggerate
these vhtuos and good qualities. 1 ought
especially lo remind iyoa thai fax yoar
tender love for your husband yoa do not
show it too mach, so- that it woald be
inopportune to bim; nothing is more deli
cate than this rock, and the most afar
tionate and virtuous women and those who
marrv tor love, often shipwreck noon it :
In offering thia Felt Hirer to the people of Rowan, and surrounding counties ws are satis
fied that we offer them the best Guano for the least money now on the market. It has been
throughly tried during the past season and the results have been even better than we hoped
for. Below we append two of the numerous certificates ws have reeaived.
To be sure, there had
been a bnqnet in a Venice glass two weeks that bevond. nlaii.lv and ineznensivelv I 'ou na,Ml 001 offer eTMI iu mo9t ioooccul
ago, but it was faded now; a print pinned furnished with matting, hair cloth chairs, I cares; endeavor ta have them sought
against the wall was curled at the corners, and a single-table covered with grreo
and awry at the the top, and the editor s drspery, on which lay a bound file f the
right slipper bung ou the enlended arm of Appolo Magazine' for the last five years.
a beauutol marble statuette of "1'syche" There was nothing specislly iuviiing
abont the apartment; therefore, it was not
strange that the lady, who was its sole
accupant, sat by the window, h-r face
turned away from the door-way, looking
wistfully out on the white wilderness of
fast falling suowfiakee.
Mr. Clifton's courteously modulated
voice m ide her start.
"1 am very sorry to have to tell
modifica:ion. Nothing hi easier, wl
one loves truly and knows one's duty.
1 Ins is in this world the only raans Id
live happy and contented. If yoar
bind finds you always occupied to
bis happiness by ynnr kindness, if
try, that be ia happier, more tiinti assja,
more trusting with yoa than else whore,
then you may hope to attach bim perms
nently to y- u and thus to found yoar
happiness ; but yoa must not waat to
force things or make a confession aaaa
the sulj-ct, he must become convinced of
itbimslf. Very plaiu aud old
have often eufUmed the strongest
by tbeir complaisance, by their eXfWfV
uess lo entertain and attract people, While
the moat beau trial womea are neglected,
because these qualities are wan tine. Tho
lees playful the better. This is in evil
ibat now -a days ia mach ia fashion, bat
a great superiority of mind sad much hoax
es tv is nee sea are ta ho nlavful wiiLout
- j pr av -w
becoming disagreeable. When familiari
ty comes elsewhere, it brings bitterness
iu the society and drives away all propri
ety, all politeness. At yoar court never
allow speeches with double meaning or
calumny. Explain t hi saga right away,
and yoa will baaish all liniatioaaaaae
from around you. Qo ail occasions show
yoa seal to do justice to virtae, expel from
yoor society ail that are wanting in it- I
de not tell yoa anything about your owa
conduct. Never neglect the do tins sxfm
ligion ; in marriage one baa most seed of
prayer and the help of God. Yow
gious readings ought to take place
Urly. 1 recommend yno especially SO ha
Luctnal in this. Kegulateyc
as well as your alms according to
The rood Uod
AN IMPORTANT TEST, PAID OVER 600 PER CENT.
Tie North Carolina
OF RALEIGil, N. C.
IN8CEES DWELLINGS. STORES, MER-
ill tees of Insurable Property,
Against Loss or Damage by Fire, on the
Most Favorable Terms.
av. C as
w Stockholders are gentlemen interested
b building up North Carolina Insti
tutioat, and among them are
many of the prominent bus
iness and financial men
of the State.
lout Promptly Adjusted and Paid.
Il appeals with confidence to the In
of Property in North Carolina.
Iiconraie Home IMMons.
J H. BATTLE, Jr., Prest.
11 B rk
. awi Vice President.
CO WPER, Supervisor.
Agent at Salisbury.
tb, 4th Cnaos.
Salisbury, Na C, October 10th, 1874.
Messrs Meroney & Bro.
Gentlemen : In reply to your inquiry as to the merits of the Uuananani uuano, l win sisie
that I have Riven it a fair, and, as I think, a thorough lest, and believe it to be one of the best
fertilisers now in use in our country. In the month of February 1 bought two tons and applied
it over my farm at the rate of 200 pounds to the acre under Cotton, and 100 poundsto the acre on
Corn. On the 8th of October I picked from one row of Cotton 14 rods long, which had been
fertilized at the above rale. 8 nonnda of seed cotton : from another immediately by the side of
in the comer. Mr. Clifton meant to have
an arrangement some day, bat the period
had never yet arrived, and he had a theo
ry that orderly disorder was rather an
advantage than otherwise.
He was lall and good looking with
clear, gray eyes, thick brown hair, and
features which, if not strictly classical,
were tegular enough to be very pleasing:
and there was a something in the monld
of his firm mouth which betoken no ordi
nary degree of character. Dorchester, on
the contrary, was small and rather femi
nine in his style what ladies would call
"a love of a man," and gentlemen "a dap.
per little fellow." And these two men
were fast friends and allies, after their
"What is that yoa never could account forget Eleanor Kirby?' be asked
satisfactorily tori asked Mr. Clifton, I billet ly.
madam," be began, politely, "that your
manuscript is quite ansaited to the pages
of our magazine, for "
It was his turn, now, to start and look
'Do you recognise me?' asked the lady
c( hiring scarlet. 1 I thought I was so
Do you think it is likely I should ever
confessor s advice
and asked for. In oar country they want Vrn Tft " "7
above all tbiues uo restraint : bv the had ee Tou rt"u TOr
examples it has got so far that yoa can
do so without offending. The more lib
erty yoa let yoar hue baud have, io askiog
the least restraint aad the less tender at
tention, the more amiable yoa will ap
pearhe will seek yoa and be devoted to
Yoar prioeipal study shoald be for him
to Hud VtiO alwva in lh am hnmur
the same amiability, the same complais- I blessing and embrace yoa tenderly
ance. Endeavor to entertain him, to oe- your lomg mmnu,
to be the happiness and
joy of yoar parents aad yoar sister ia law,
who is a saint and a prophetess. He has
given yoa a virtuous lnihand of yoor
own choice. I hope that God will finish
his work aad make yoa happy, if yoa 4a
not desert liim, aad il yoa follow my ad
vice, which, as well as my tender love,
shall never deaert yoa I give yoa my
cupy him, so that nowhere he is better
pleased than wilh yoa. To gain bis eon-
hdence you must take care to deserve it1
by yoor behaviour and discretion. Nevet
let suspicion enter your heart ; the more
liberty you let jour husband enjuy, the
more yoa show yoar iedings and year
coutideuee, the more attached ho will bo
come to you ; all happiness in marriage
consists iu confidence and continual ami-
The Art of Shopping.
Very many dollars my be saved if
buyers exercise judgment and forsight la
making their purchases. It is,
speaking, a saving both of lime and
ey to bay a large qoantity st a time of
1 as IT t
this one, of the same length, to which 1 had applied no fertiliser, I nicked 1 J ounces the same reaching over lor a ureea lexicon, and
day showing a difference of over J500 per cent, between land fertilised and not. 1 counted the lipping me v enice glass on io toe noor,
number of unopened bolls in each, and making calculation on tins oasis, i nnu mat me iano where it sputtered into a score of ruby
without the Guanahani would yield 30 ounces to the row, 80 row or iou pounds to ins acre; -parkliue fragments. "There eoes my
with Gusnshsni it will yield 1$ pounds to the row, 80 rows or 960 pounds to the acrebowing flowr y it ht f
a difference ofover 600 per cent. . ; . U . t r u .;.rl...;n.l. i., .IM ...
I hsve not had an opportunity to test the Lorn yet, out trom general ooservauon, x ieei war-1 " T ov
ranted in making the statement that Ouanahani has benefited my Corn at least 100 per cent. 44 1 he fact that you never married, was
On one acre of ground, as a teat, I sowed 400 pounds of Ooanahani broadcast, subsoiling at I the cnrt reply.
the same time 15 inches deep. This acre, under ordinary circumstances, has average w pounds "And why should I marry t"
of seed cotton ; thia year the yield will be at least 1800 pounds E. A. PROPST. "Because vou are the verv man of men
for whom a home and a hearth stone of
ability. The foolish love soon disappears. I anything that will be likely to I
out you must esiee eacu oiner, oe use- n , . . witLaa. nn
regard I only tear a too muck, that could
Davie Co., N. C.
Messrs Memory & Bro. 1
nniTi vwH -In rnl v to votir innr.irv aa to the merits of Gusnshsni Guano. I would sei
that I uaed it last Summer on an old field which would have produced very poorly under ordi
nary circumstances but which under the application of Guanahani yielded me a very good crop.
I had one test row and this showed a difference of over three hundred per cent, in favor of the
Yoa will shake bsnds wilh me liar-
He proffered bis band, wilh the easy
grace of a man of the world
'But you look pale and worn have yea
k... ill v
lV. U III m BO BJ X 9
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Mil --and nnnr and alnne in tha world. I InUueuce your mutual USUUIuesS I nave
she said, trying to keep down the aob in n ya jealous with yoar friends, be
her voice. Oh, Harold, since yoa have il wUn Jur husband, that would
refused my poor little story' bim fro,n Jo. You mast not eveo
a. a a I . . . a a I . I, .. ,..,., m.i . ..I . ..i . . . . .
yoor own is a vital necessity because 'jjid yoa write itl nc ru kUU mvpi, iruw jm uuc gne
yoar oatnre is a born doable, aod yoa can
never be yourself until yoa meet and ro
coznixe another bait.''
That sounds metaphysically," said that you should know who it was that ' I confidence you show ia yoar busbaud.
Clifton, with a slight curl of his upper She burst into tears, and ihrew the roll without restraining him in the least, the
Bta. of nansn in the fir It hta! hrio-htU more attached he will be to yoa. What
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ful lo each other. The ooe must bs the . ' , , , . . . .
other's true friend; to bear the misfortunes W ,,,3r wb1 w rHl"lr for
ot this life and to establish yoar welfare, ike dsys's needs, to use sr other old
This is the most essential point ia what- proverb, 4iet money ran oat at the beajbj
ever position you may be placed. In this ,A llti.lf b Wood may be laid in at
Did yoa write it?' Jc "P00 'f'i m jest one gets ke . uu u u d
Yes, hut I got the landlady's daughter reproaches, vazatioo is added to it, the . voarself
to copy it, so that you woald not roeog- respect and the ahana of life disappear ,PK B 7,
nixe my handwriting. I did not iniend - diUke P' The more orter to r
"I don't care how it aonnde it's as
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1 am saiisneu irai as a guou rermiaer anu c . ..w- B w j M ff0epel 1 Uome old tellow own up
mar min wiuiei iu lucreaneniM -ruii u ueuiE iuiit cuuai 11 nut .ukr. j v . w , , .
bow is it that you never tell in love T"
'Supposing I should tell yoa that I
was in love once 1"
"Really and truly 1 '
UlnI innnnu T m rp to fnrthar add
itt n finTT n TT 4 AT A TT A XTT A 'I' VyU W It W 'I'l 1 Pal that 1 was vouiiet and untried, with no
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II U SjSja-Sa-l VI .a-a. aaaaa. W I fortl
Pah. I3tb, laraWmoa.
CALL AND SEE US.
MERONEY & BRO.
fortune bat my own strength aad brains
that she was beaut if ul, proud and am
bitious. I waa subdued aad I dare
say it was the very lesson I needed
'Bat it rankles yet T"
A little at times. I newer waa ooe
to do things by halves. I nearly died of
8o vanishes away my last hope,' she
said, bitterly. 'And now I am going
home to a fire leas beartb and a solitude
worse than death.'
He reached bis bat down from the row
of pegs on the right band of the door.
1 shall walk with you, be said.
Bat I am shabbily dressed I' with a
downward glance. My shoes are ragged ,
and my gloves are patched and mended.
"hleanor, has it eome to this 1"
And as she told him her story of pover
Uappiuess for a man to have alwaya at has
side an amiable wife, wbo hi constantly
occupied to make bim happy, to entertain
him, lo console him, to bo useful lo bim ;
who does not restrain him, lets bim come
to her at bis pleasare, is aeaieisai with
bis tender attentions aad happy to be
with him. The wife who does not do
this from the beginning will feel the eoa
seqeeneee afierwarje. All marriages
would he happy if regulated by this ; hot
everything dspande upon the wife , sbs
ought to keep the right middle to gaio lbs
ty, misfortune aod orphanhood , as they I respect aad confidence ot bar hasband ;
walked side by side through the beatings
of the December snow storm, he saw that
sbs ought never to misuse
show off with it nor to
the eod of summer to last through the
winter ; apples may be bought by the
bushel and soap by tho hand red aaigat ;
for soap will not waste half so mach If It
be kept till it ia dry. Always do yow
Do not give yeas?
servants to give to the
tradespeople ; bot go round to the shops,
choose what yoa want, and pay for it at
once. That most objectionable pro Sties
of a trade, aa an seSdiag rawed for aruolea
to ho paid for umitimw, is tha aaawe at
ruin in assay a h me. Such a system
leads to the perehaso at many aa sassso
ceesery article, which woald noser have
boon i bought of at the sxoaajr had to ho
paid down at ones. Personal Ureses, or
more urgent duly, SSaV prevent the mis
tress el a hoc so bold from doing bar own
shopping ; but love of ease and ia4aasw.es
oaaht aever to be allowed to do so. Orv-
aa a certain amount of health.
comioou sens-, and whal may
man, accomplish 1 For ia
the wants of her hoc
daily grows upon bar.
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