f0h v. THIRD SERIES,
SALISBURY N. C, JULY, 8. 1878.
NO. 92.WHOLE NO 93
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J j. BRUNEB,
Proprietor and Ed itoi.
J. J. 8TEWAEI
B ATBS OF HtoCBIPTION
tti(, payable madvanne. ....$2.f0
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'Perhaps you can tell
the hair now I
'With brush and comb still.
;I mean it it worn off the
'It is Terr much worn off the forehead
of the young ladies who crimp ; and off
toe crowns oi tne men who lire u their
a lover V
'Liz and Annt Hidden want m Rnmr.
Gable', funeral. I had a nervous heed
ache and so eseaped. Liz came hnm
raring over the squires grand nephew,
the only mourner aha had eyes for little
mm. Bat how foolish I am ! What do
you care about Squire Gable's nephew V
'Perhapa I care more than I'd like to
own, alas I
'Ah, sits the wind in that quarter?
Thev sent for me tn 1m - ik.
Have you such a thing as reading of the will. I didn't go.
I 'Ton micht hvp in tUm mA v
: - --.. f aa aaT- iaaw.
'I wouldn't have gone to see the Grand
Lama. Bat I saw him at the charch. end
And as for the rest, I have my maternal
grandfather, one John Lucy peace to
his ashes 1 to thank for the legacy of
LS- a. 1 a tli T
found Teat that Pearl Silvery loved no- i that State. It appease that Dr. Baa-1 2 ZSiT-
L J . . it t t .ii in I f. r. ... . . m a I aauai aiaaajiin m mm t d uu 1
oouy so wen as juucy Liorutaru jamin ii. ouiuvan, agea about rorty, woo .u-- i divnln tk nnmnr ii.
Ana so. you see, reari was persuaueu, bad Wn afflicted with aalhm fur mmnw WmA Aim-
alter all. I . j . x . a I u tv. - - ,u i r
I y can, i u kue uctnmnui ui mi spirit in - bwuwkwiw ui mc vuiur vyon- r
tion is the fixed purpose of thai
A Terrible Death Leap. The Canby ConstituticiL
From an Illinois paper we gather thai ("Hillaboro Recorder
details of a terrible suicide, at Centralia. IMOgtess of the campaiga, H
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A WOMAN'S COURAGE.
'Splendid V I've sometimes thought
hnt no ; you'll tell him
'You won't mind when I assure von In love with him a with tk. ,nn; nnnn
that my lover is only myself. Lucy Lor-1 any word now don't lauah -thouih he
mow yon ve sossattmea thought!
LOVE BV TELEGRAPH.
Miss Pearl Silvery was telegraph oper
ttor at Jones' Sutioo, and Lacy Loril
Urd operstor st Nineveh,' the next point
of communication, with nothing but the
Jisiaoce to prevent their Intimacy. They
bad never met, however, except electri
cally, sad were total strangers to each
other till one New Year's morning, when
it occurred to Miss Pearl to send the fol
loving telegram to her nearest neighbor
d fellow-laborer : To Lucy Lorillard
-A happy New Year. Pearl Silvery'
-partly because she was idle, as hers
... a branch route, with verv little bus-
'It would be delightful to be first in
'No matter whose !'
What a plague yon are I It seems to
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me u wouia oe aeiignttui to nave some-
thought it wouldn't ha so difficult to fall
a. a m m. m .
isn't my nean ideal.
'Let those laugh who win.'
Kiss Lie was wondering if the squire's
nephew would settle down in the old pUce
or go skylarking over the world, and if
Person Lonsrmeter would hrina him tn
body better than yourself so well von call or how she should contrive m.k
could die for him !' his acquaintance, and whether green or
'Ha would be a fine 'figger of a man' Use became her complexion best, like the
to let you die for him.' . foolish milkmaid in the story; while Aunt
'Yon do know how to pat an extln- Bldden's month was watering on account
guisher upon sentiment,' of the old china and silver ware at Gable
, Hall, that might as well have been m the
reari: uve got something dreadful
to tell von
'And bad news travels fast.'
'I've got a lover.
'I knew that before. What's dreadful
years, to the detriment of hie spirits sad
practice, was visiting a medical friend in
Centralia. He complained of great suffer
ing, and expressed a belief that he waa
shortly lobe vary sick, and usaies to brood
over it considerably. His friends took
him about the town in order to his divert
thoughts to more cheerfully subjects by
showing him objects of interest therea
bouts, and apparently successful. After
dinner that day, Dr. Sullivan expressed a
wish to visit coal mine he had examined in
the morning, and was accordingly guided
there by a young son of his friend. While
at the mouth of the shaft be engaged tbe
engineer in animated
seemed unusally vivacious.
engaged, he was noticed to be fumbling
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slouched hat drawn over hi eve. Stand. wnu DW 6 wien eM,n "
ingat the closet door and searching through his young companion was horrified to see
A Struggle With One (ke Desperadoes
Mr. G. P. West's residence at 198
Madison street, Brooklyn, was on Wed
nesday evening the scene of a straggle
with a desperate burglar. At about half
past nine Mr. West and his wife returned
to their home from a neighborly call, and
after fastening the door of the front cbam
ber in the second story and lighting the
gas, Mr. West entered the bath-room.
Mrs. West went to the bureau, and as she
stood reading from a scrap of paper saw
a shadow flit across the looking-glass.
She turned and saw a man with a black
stitsmon is tne nxeu purpose
Republicans. -Its overthrow and tbe
substitution of a setter ooe equally the
purpose of the Democratic party. Upon
the merits of the Canby Constitution, tbe
Republicans cannot stand. It has stood
ee Wag only by the dread of tbe in trod ac
tion of the power of tbe general govern
ment te restrain any effort at change. It
would bare talma long since under the
burden of its own imperfections if it bad
not been upheld by external force.
This met aUne should make the Canby
uonfltiiotioo Hateful to a tree
Framed by a body composed of
baggers and scalawags and negroes, it
mas pat iato life by the decree of a sal
conversation and alfT without the authentic approval of tbe
. . ... ay a species ox mriermm. JEsery pvopo
1 to be tumbling gaj t0 chance or to amend has bean met
by the cry of rebellion against
mL The Constitution.
I t c -i aar a I .i a . i l: i.- i i I cormotion. ha a nail v been nnbeld bs thm
many as not,' she grumbled. And there Hr rMlla" prang un uwwr nw iee u pwa v.-' Wan Ja-l - " -" - - T ih.
't a track in ihecameta nor a .cratrh aPn n,m anQ ciapea doio ner oaou watch, and then spnne down tbe , k ., , . '
the furniture, and I've no doubt there's nw " n8 . dlw awful chasm of the coal mine. He struck . r.sZL3TlSL Tk! T 7T1
iness and less pay, end psrtly because
ike was in need of a friend and a friendly
The answer returned promptly: 'Thanks.
The isms to you, and more also. If
viabee were horses, etc.'
'Bather slangy,' thought Pearl, 'but
nod Dstared. I gness she has a brother
iKnnl it ?'
'Ob, 1 don't want him ; he's
might be my grand fat her.
'Saints and ministers of grace defend
'And Aunt Hidden says it's
to marry him.'
'And I say yon shan't.'
'He walks with a crutch, but Annt
Hidden ssys I can ride In my carriage.
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it borne.' And so tbe ice, once thawed, " ,uo !' saw wm a am miuWJ mere i
had do ehsnce to stiffen again after this. not damb- .He weart "tch, but se I certainly do.'
Tbers was liule business, as I said, going me . cratcn " on,y
1 . II l a a..
Biia.8 iuai wouia stana atone romea away
in the attic, and nobody the better.
And while she bewailed Pearl's folly,
Lawyer Verdict in to say that the squire
had left his money to Pearl, and cut off
the poor nephew with a paltry five hun
dred dollars !
Pearl hastened to telegraph the news
to Lucy Lorillard.
'Now, I fear, you will not wish to share
my cottage, gentle maid V
W II a rw
ea a roil ot greenback. Taken by em
prise, the burglar stood tor a moment
undecided, and then tried to shake Mrs.
WW aaaa a . mm m
west on, out sns held on. one was so
much excited that she could not cry for
help. The burglar then struck Mrs. West
with his left hand, but without force
sufficient to injure her. He then twisted
bis arm so as to throw Mrs. West on her
the wire rope first, and clutched it with 1 1870-T1 f The eapitol was to have been
his hands, lappiog his limbs around it, bat tjwda by tbe United States troops,
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going down to death at a fearful speed.
The distance to the bottom of the shaft is
476 feet The force of his fall is shown
in ths fact that when he struck a round
bar of iron one and one-half inch thick at
the bottom of the shaft, the concussion
snapped the iron square off at both eods-
members of the Convention to be arretted
es traitors, and the attempt to shako off
the burdens of the Csnby Constitution to
be treated as treason.
In this the mode in which a free people
possessed or nghis and conscious of wrongs
are to be deal, with ?
em tbe lines from Jones' Station to Nin
eveh, and as the operator at the last named
place seemed likewise to have unlimited
ftiiure on hand, tbe two held frequent
electrical tete-a-tetee, and Pearl began to
fed ss if she bad known Lucy Lorillard
iron infancy as if they had gone to
echool arm in arm, and learned their les
ism from tbe same book.
Pearl's borne was in ber uncle's fam
ily, where there were three cousins sod an
auut, but no uncle new. She could never
iisctly tell bow it came about, but grad
ually, from ezobanging pretty civilities
sad pleasantries and the news of the day
scroei ths wires, she found herself pres
ently telling this Lucy Lorillard, upon
wham he bad i.evcr set eyes, almost
rsr t'lii g she knew and felt and suffered
or enjoyed, and receiving experiences
and confidence and word of comfort in
mora from said Lucy Lorillard. Noth
ing was too trivial and nothing too great
lot tbe two to discuss across the lines be
tween Jones' Station and Nineveh.
Sometimes tbey conversed in a novel
Banner sbout tbe books they bad read,
snd tbe journeys they would take when
tbeir ebips came in ; about the music they
thirsted to hear ; about now and hereaf
ter. 'It struck me oddly the other day,' tel
egraphed Pearl, that I had never beard
yosr voice. Wonder if I should recog
nise it. When I listen to the 'Traumerei,
which somebody plays next door, I seem
to hear you sneaking to me.'
Lesyi 'You shall bear me some day
to some purpose.'
'I hope so. Would any one believe
that a companionship between two who
have never seen each other could be so
aeet ? I sometimes fear that it is too
'Did I understand that yon were will
ing to die for him V
'I'd sooner die than many him.'
'Good. But you won't do either.'
'But I must decide to' queen it at Gable
Hall or be turned out ot house and
'My arms are open to you, as well as my
'How well tbat would sound, dear Lacy,
if you were only a nice young man whom
I might love ! I hope you don't think
'I think you are an angel, and the pink
'Squire Gable brought down the family
jewels to dazzle me L z tried them all
on. I couldu't touch one. I felt that
the dead woman who had shone in them
would rise up and curse me if I should
purchase them at such a price, and so
cheapen love and all womankind. Squire
Uable has a grand nephew who will come
into bis property if he marries no one, but
he takes no notice of the young man be
cause his mother married against the
squires wish. This is all heresay, hows
ever ; it may not" be true. Bat in the
mean time the nephew is quite poor, they
ay L pity mm.
'And pity is akin to love.'
'Yes love's poor relation.'
Pearl : 'Advise me, dear Lucy. Aunt
Hidden warn me that if I refuse Squire
Gable, she will wash her hands of me. -
So I temporize, like a fool.'
'And tne womm wbo neonates is
'I demand a month for reflection. But
when the month is ended, what am I to
'No; I'm too Door. U don't mind tell
BK t, beeaose I suapect you of tbe same
Don't you never come to Jones' Sta
Often in spirit.'
'I SSed to ha an tnirahla before 1
j""" yu ! I used to think there eouldn'i
b anybody unhappy. The- beggar wo
mn bad her child, the old crones at tbe
vorkhouse were friendly with each other,
the humpbacked girl in the alley bad a
wter j and now I -have a friend !'
'rrieodtbip ia love without the wings,'
poet says. Wouldn't yon rather say:
'I have a lover f
'Now you're teasing. There's no love
Jhjhaviog without friendship for i
give me up too.
'Then dearest friends mast part ; you
are not the one I took you for.'
'I'm your best friend, however.'
'I couldn't follow your advice and sat
isfy my conscience.'
'Theu you love your conscience better
"'I could not love you, dear, so well,
Loved I not honor more.' "
Let me persuade you to keep it.
4 You cannot ; the woman doesn't live
'Let me come and talk to you.'
'You may come and talk till the heav
'Shall our interview take place at your
'With Liz at the keyhole and Belle at
the closet side 1 No; here at the office.
The messages are too infrequent to signis
fy ; only you and I have kept the wires
'But all that is at an end. To-morrow,
then, at the office. Ain't I a disinterested
mortal to travel to Jones' Station just to
persuade you to keen a fortune V
'Excuse me if I call it a fool' errand,'
'Philanthropist are always called name.
An re voir.'
Pearl waited at the office next day in
a fever of expectation. What would this
fnond be like, whom she was about to
deny herself, this friend whom she had
onee longed and now dreaded to see
persuasive, and difficult to resist, with soft
do 1 My salary here as an operator, f dove eyes t Every step upon the stairs
would'nt buy my salt. I don't know how sent a quickened pulsation through her
yet she was already absorbed in
reverie when the office door swung
back, but she held on, and he dragged
You don't suppose I'm going to keep hn ;acro" room thr00f h uther room, Hia body was terribly mangled and erush
b filthy lucre !' answered Peirl. nd P" ho bath-room door to the stair- "w "
way. mere be attempted to throw ner - -
nvn alone remained whole all other bones in
Mm Wwit at mo-olfd with thp Wa-Ur bis body being broken. Death undoobt
fnr . mAnt nA tK... tk. knMi ran ediy took place before he reached the
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down the stairs dragging Mrs. West after
him, her back striking on every step. At
the foot of tbe stairs, ber strength failing
under the excitemeut, Mrs. West released
ber hold just eoougb to enable the bur
glar to withdraw his hands with a roll of
greenbacks clinched iu it. He then open-
THE WOXDERS OF TEE SEA
vuiuu w v iskWaa fle WUUUV1 Ul lb 1UI lllC
'If yon don't keep every cent, I'll have
nothing more to say to you.'
'Yntl'rA ink in or nf Mnru '
'I was never more serious in my life.' tb uir. strength
t 'i can t believe it of yon.'
'If you give up the money, you will
("Washington Letter to Philadelphia Star.
Pools on the Next Presidency.
Some of the gentlemen in one of the
principal social clubs in this city
SB, TUB A PLAITS A.
X' laaae swsak at
of D-mita, nt Sea.
CRAFT A BAILOR,
Jury 1. lSTftttsa.
WO. ana pair of week Males 5 It 8 years
11 also a good
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
miSS" ITCH CUBL
price m 60 on.
For sale at ENNI88'
RUTHERFORD COLLEGE, N. C.
. from $8 to 110 par
Tuition, from $1 to 4. por
AAdroa R. L.
Jane 17th. 1675. iu. pd
Prescription De par tme n t
Preacriptioo OarafcUy isssmwadwd day or
nhjbt by egpsrkaoad, and sailMsl DrasjfksL
wit aaatnoa and deapaSeh. To Miniatar of
Next te Msrooey ABro.
ed tne tront aoor and nen, leaving airs, organized a dooI selliue meetin? oo
West lying on the floor slightly moaning, political candidates for onee a week until
Mr. West, hearing tbe moans, supposed tbe Presidential nominees take place. I
tbat bis wire had fainted in the Trent
chamber. He jumped oat of tbe bath tub
and ran into tbe room. Not finding her
there he searched the other rooms, and at
length found her lying at the foot of the
staircase, still clasping the pantaloona.
Tbe inmates of tbe bouse were aroused,
and Mrs. West was carried io her room,
and on her restoration to consciousness she
related her struggle with the desperado.
How tbe burglar entered the bouse is a
mystery. New York Sun, June 28.
rood to laet.
'Don't you never come to Nineveh shop I t0 do anything else ; nobody would give being ;
ping V I me board as a cook, sewing girls are a her rev
The Temple of Diana.
Ephesus, one of the twelve Indian cities
of Asia Minor, was famous iu antiquity as
containing one of the seven wonders of
tbe world, the great temple of Artemis, or
Diana. From very early times Epbesus
was a sacred city ; the Amazons, and the
Amazonian legend is connected with
Artemis. The first Indian colonists in
Lydia found the worship of tbe goddess
established here in a primitive temple,
which was soon superseded by s magnifi
cent structure. This Grecian temple was
seven times restored at the exeenee of the
Greek communities in Asia Minor.
the year 3o6 B. 0. it was burned to tbe
ground, but again rebailt in a style ot fur
greater splendor than before, the work
extending over 200 years. This later
temnle waa 42o feet lone and 220 feet
was present at the last meeting, and it
will be seen from tbe betting bow these
people look at the cbauees of many politi
cal candidates. For the Republican
Presidential nominations the following
names are entered : Grant, Blaior, Waah
burne, Wilson, Bristow, Bailer, Jewel,
Conkling, Logan, Morton, Fish, Judge
Miller, Uawley and Gov. Noyes. Fifty
four pooh have been aold op to date with
I tbe following result :
Seventeen, in which Bhuoe is selected
as first choice ; thirteen, in which Wash
burne is first ; ten, iu whieh Bristow comes
to the front ; five, in which Morton leads
off; three, where Gran' has the call ; the
same number in which Wilson was first,
sod three in which Logan ia tbe loader.
The others are all bunched ia tbe field.
It will be seen by this that Blaine, Wash
burns and Briatow are the favorites, and
that there are still some who believe ia a
third term. It is said that Col. Brooks,
the editor of Great's organ, holds the
three Grant pools, and is also in many of
the others, with Grant as second or third
Viewing Fish from Under the
Amphibious Life at tin I tie of Wight
From tbe Graphic.
Shakxijh, isle of Wight, Jane 10
After several days' ec erg tic sight-seeing
in very hot weather, we packed oar veli
see end stole swsy to tbe Isle of Wight
by way of Brighton, where we stopped
over for three hoars to see tbe aqeanum
1 oa descend a series of eleraot terraces
and find yourself apparently at tbe
torn of the sea. . Cool, arched, grotto like
halls extend in every direction, ending iu
ferneries bright with fslling waters, while
along tbe sides of the long afcadea, oaly
a crystal wall separatee yon from tbe wa
tery homes of fie bee, eels, and all the
innumerable finny and fnnny inhabitants
of the deep. You look np through the
green water as n you were a nan your
self, and know for tbe first time how it
feels to be at the bottom of the sea.
Great, solemn, alderman ic-Iooking cod
whiting swim up and stare into your very
eyes; enormous conger eel writhe play
fully around your head; idiotic-looking
dogfish lie piled on one another, and
blink placidly into your face like so many
sheen, while the skates and the stiograys
are flattened out in panting flacidity upon
the gravel at the bottom. Little silver
herring and golden hoed young salssoa
drift about like clouds lit by the moon,
and on all sides, against the rocks that
vary the sarfaee of the tanks, wave tha
exquisite fringes of the sea-anemone. Here
above all, is the supreme beauty of the
Every variety of friuge and flower -cap
Is mimicked here ia bate that fairly rival
the roses of the garden. Purest white,
soft, creamy yellows, rich salmon color.
every shade of tender rose and glowiug
red and royal parple and vivid green
There ia do cam of Dyspepsia
Atanat Flower will not core.
Drag Store of Theo. P. Kluttx i
about it IfyooanaW from Casti
Headache, Sour Stomach,
Complaint, or dWaagomeet of the System,
it. Two or three dose will relieve yon.
Boacbee'a German Syrup is now sold ia
town and city io the United Santas. We
naying it ia the best medicine they
tor loaoosapuon. Throat or 1
Sample bottle of either 10
Wood Lai Academy.
Tne next term of Wood Land Acad ay will
commence on the let Mmdv ofneoat, T,
in all branches asnally taught in a first eases
High School. Yocnf men prepared far sntat
inrcollff. Pric of tuition an follows: 1st
grade. $1.25, 'Iruf $2,00, 3rd $1.00, par mooth.
Beard can be obtained in respect a bit families
at T7. 00 per mo. t or further nsetawatars av
GEO. R. McNEILL A. B., Principal.
Wood Leaf, Rowan Co. K.d
On the Democratic prospects the fol
io- i lowing entries ere made: Hendricks, Judge
w-v rwns i ma ri j lj : i i a ii
wis, iiiaen, toiirmn, u du. , . frm wk
Bayatd, 3eyrnour, Church Governor Gas- I JiSwJlh as delicate as they are deadly,
too, t,uanei r ranc. aaau aa Fflf beMlitt, M ud
mm . t I - . i
seven. llencincK wa tne cnoice, wim
drug iu the market, and to beg I am
'if you marry him, I'll forbid the banns.
All that I have is yours.
'Bat tbe trouble is, you haven 't got
anything to speak of, you dear old
'Not much to be sure ; but
'I can't take even your bounty. You
know the old story poor and proud.'
'lou would rather take my heart aud
make ne re tarn V
To tell the truth, I'm afraid to meet
haw. . ' ?L . .,: as. -kSt-.
you. JNowyouean oeiieve me every-
thing tbat is beautiful ; than there'll be
no more illusion, and yon may not like
the reeolt. And X should die if you turned
open and admitted a dark-browed woman. in marshy ground, as a precaution against
In an instant the color flamed and flick
ered in Pearl's cheeks, her eyes dilated,
her hands trembled ; but the dark browed
lady calmly wrote a message, and made
way for the gentleman who had entered
behind ber a somewhat short and thick-
enough for ly built man, with Urge gray eyes and
curling blonde batr and mustache, whom
Pearl instanly recognized as Squire
Gable's nephew. Agaiu the warm flush
stained cheek and forehead. Had he
come to upbraid ber t Had ha come to
demand his own, to appeal to her sense
of justice 1 What if Lucy Lorillard should
meet him, there T Why not steal a march
upon Lucy, snd put it utterly beyond her
Sower to be persuaded 1 not that she
oubtcd herself. Why not before he could
'I'm going to confide to you bow fool
Pve been. I waa invited to a ball
eoasty ball. Cousin Lis, Bell and Fan
ceepted. I made tbeir gowns such
esotiesl pink and blue and sea green
wistaas, l.ke sheet clouds. I felt like
w .at. n um. . ran
'Then promise not to marry tbe squire; demaud it or reproach ber
take bis poor grand nepbew instead.' 'Excuse me,' she faltered,
'If you'll forward the young man.
They say he lives in Nineveh, and that
he's one of nature s noblemen. Io yon
know him V
she faltered, 'if I take
this time to talk to yon about a matter
tbat troubles me. You are Squire Gable s
nepbew. I merely wish to say, as I may
not meet you elae where, that I do not
tion if yon knew him as wall as I do.
Cinderella. nl an J ..J u.a . -A I However, vou might piefer him to his
nwe tev w u m iiwii oa wwww I
Sfjovabla err fr iUmm v... I errand ancle.' I '
uau n rtumg but my old brown alpaca 1 snouiu preter iu tviug ot vue vu-
'Then why reflect so long'
'To gain time.'
'To waste it, I should say.'
'I doabt if you'd agree to the descrip-1 mean to accept the fortune left me Iu his
10 r. I couldn't alaen half the nia-ht
"whang of what I bad lost such giddy
tlopt, such mazy quadrilles 1 thought of
nrse I would have been a wallflow.
JThe flower that all are praising.'
No ; nobody but you.,
o f 1 faney you resemble the to
fcn I heard a clergyman praise in hi
wtnoo lat Sanduy with whom be said it
pleaaaater to meet then a poem of
'So be it. I will refuse bim to-morrow
and trust to Inc
'Never out off till to-morrow what can
be done to day.'
I feel so winked ! I shall not refuse
the Bouire. and I shall not marry him.
BrowQiog, Paul' easily, or a chapter of He was found in his library chair stiff
Apietetus !' mnA onA ia-t niirht. Aunt Hidden Savs
1 nan t listen to such flattery. Oar I no doubt he has left me something baud
:uus w' De one of disilluaious.' aome. and if be bas not it is justice upon
sometime the telegrams were after I me! I -hall never accent an iota. It
fashion: belonsra to his poor nephew, and would
rearl: 'What are tha 1atat tktM I v.- l mKmvA hfevhwaiv rnhkarr
will. I shall restore it to the rightful insure
owners as soon as the lawyers can arrange I Ephesian's Diana. The Goths sacked the
'Your motives are commendable ; bnt
do not "disquiet yourself,' returned the
squire's nephew. 'Another and later will
has been unearthed, which renders your
somewhat Quixotic design unnecessary,
as tbe bequests are now reversed : 1 have
the fortune, and you have the five hun
dred dollars. Pardon ; but I have a mes
sage to write. Which he scratched hast-
sw . -r - n n .
ily off. and gave to Jr earl, who presently
. t . i . .i
aroppea in a uenp mw uc
mm -- ' D tmmmwmw - I WOTVUl SVS) OUW IVBSW W nv WSMW mM-mmm. v - a-
wide. "The foundationa were sunk deep ; Tilden. Bavard and Adams competing for
. . - I -9 a. w . .
second choice. In tbe seven pools carried
earthquake," says Plinny There were against Hendricks, Judge Davis waa the
two rows of columns at ths sides, but the ! choice in two, Tilden In one, Old Bill
front and back porticos consisted of eighty 1 Allen in three and Bayard in one.
rows of columns, plaoed four deep. Out- j On the Fall election in Ohio and
side, at the entrance to the temple, stood . Pennsylvania the Democrats ware tha
a baaio of porphyry, fifteen feet iu diams ' favorites, with slight odds on the former,
eter, for the worshippers to lave and purl-' and on the latter the betting waa even
fy themselves in. The internal decoration ; Qp.
waa of the moet sumptuous kind. The j A bet of $500 waa mads that if Noyes
cedar roof was supported on pillars of beats Old Bill Allen for Governor in Ohio
jasper. The doors were of cypress. Tbe
alter was tha work of Praxiteles, and it
was surrounded by many statues, one of
them gold. The image of the goddess
herself eras roughly hewed out of wood,
black with age and greasy with tbe oil
with which it was eustomsry to anoint it.
When the apostle Paul visited Ephesus in
the middle of the first century the wor
ship of Diana still flourished there, and
the temple retained all Us original splen
dor. Pilgrims to the venerated abode of
the goddess used to buy little models of
tbe temple in silver, or precious stones,
mementos of their visit, and amulets to
to them the protection of the
next Fall he will he tbe Republican
didate for Vice President, and the Bo
publicans will carry the presidential election.
Ladies whoa complexiona arc
marred by diacolorarioni or blent
does a beautiful, clear skin of a
oolor, by tbe one of
BARRY'S PEARL CREAit,
henllbtaL safe, and islsjhltal
tor bnauurylnc the face, a sen, a
By a ain l application, all the
of twenty can be bronchi
or lorty-Bve ; tbe ruuc
back to Indian of forty
of this fragrant
undat iu healthful and dlirhtfal
For Sale by Jan. H. EJUUH
Loss by Weed and Insects.
city and burned the temble about SOO years
latter, and in the reign of Theodosias I,
toward the end of the fourth century, the
furious seal of the iconoclasts, or image
breakers, completed the destruction.
Tbe ancient city almost entirely disap
peared before the modern era, the very
site of the temple being lost.
It is estimated tbat the value of
dues annualty raised iu this country
$500,000,000, of wkfoh amount nearly
quite, one fifth, or $ 1000,000 is lest, accor
ding to tha American Nataralist, from the
sets of injarions pleats and animals.
A single campaign of the army worm cost
farmers of Eastern Massachusetts
$250,000 worth of grass. Missoan alone
lose from $15,000,000 to $20,000 annu
ally from insect depredu tioos. The annual
damage to tne apple and pear crop from
the codling moth amount to several mil-
. . . m t II
lioa dollars, and ths work of ths curcuiio
is equally costly. A partial remedy is io
((Bv the way. what bas become of Bol
I . . . am a ar-a, .
nearest chair lock, tbe rentleman wno leu ueorgia
aud burst into tears, at the discovery that j between two days 1 And dose Providence
Lucy Lorillard was a man 1
The telegram read
"Let me persuade -you
to accept not only!
but his graciousx
'Lccy Loan j. asp."
permit him to enjoy tbat stolen money.
The ring in North Carolina stole twice'
as much as Bullock, and all tne nug men
live in fine bouses and loan their money
It waJ perfectly inexcusable, I allow,' ot 18 or 20 per cent., and
a af mm n . a m. 1 1 I. J ms
n suits at NiuevesJ
"cy: 'The younsfmen.'
tritiing. Howf-a nverekirts ?'
,wy nuel puffedup
'You have the nephew's prospect's very
. aft- - - E . . aV . n
much at heart ; ne pugut to
rr m -m
mm ... - aa a aft . .
Lorillard averred, later ; nuc wnat can a
man do when a pretty girl wishes bim a
feel flat- happy New Year? I took paios to satisfy
J my eyes many a time sou on, ana touna
I -1 mm ii.. ttian FmmmV nllnt liar
lih WmO UIVI .uau iuv r i j'uijj uvi.
are as mach
resnected as if they had made their money
mauling rails, teaching school or preach-,
inir. There is a visible and outward en
jo j mem, but how it is under the jacket is
looking bubbles ot color are so
m or deans arms outstretched for food.
ws watch them swaying gently in the
current, s poor little transparent shrimp
eemes paddlinc swiftly by. He touch
a rose colored petal, it flashes round him,
he is sucked into the gorgeous heart ol
tbe flower, and te closes coo ten tad I y ovss
his vanished farm. They knew their dsn
ger generally, these poor little creatures,
and did thsy touch every so lightly ths
tip of a fleeting fringe, would spring away
from it with aa electrical recoil. It is
very Interesting thing to spend a 1
hours at the bottom of the sea to are the
eight-armed pieuvre hanging from rocks,
or too green aartle aleepiog pence fully
jest below the surface of the water; to
watch the hermit craba acnttiagj knaily
about, each in his Stolen shell; and to
study the meaner of the tlp-toeiog eray
fish and tbe smhwlrd fobs tor. There are
carious fresh-water fish here, taw, hi Urge
globes. Among others the Msiteaa swa
in, most melancholy of fish, draped fa
laky hues, blank aa a bene and teatht-rs,
with plumy turfs wsying all about their
disconsolate heads. Then there are the
telescope Ash from China, swollen and
distorted golden crab, with their eyes
so goggle thai they really look like spy
Administrators Notice to
- -. t
to exhibit the aaaae to tbe i
th. 11th day ofJaan, 1S7S. And
Baantad to earn saute arc I
Jawe 10. 1875.-e
Salutary, V. 0.
FLORAL HALL PRHOUIii
WESTERN N. C. FiU.
TVsassmlusslmtef then Blsij MrtW
HaJlT-rlU U paid hi momy ry!
T PARTICULAJtS or THS Dsowixo
ow Missus PliPia ako 8tatot. We
are eoabled to give the following addition-
hp found in a cloe jtud v of insect habit, tional particulars of tbe drowwiog oo Sat-
with a view of ascertaining what insects 1 urday evening last, near 1 arbor, ot Mine
thev are which hold - tbe depredators In
eheck and destroy these. It Is hardly
possible to estimate tha havoc annually
wrought by the grasshopper and potato
beetle, for example, sad any bird or insect
which would reduce seek peats would ha
a substantial benefactor to the fanner. As
to the injurious plants, or ia common ver
nacular weed. the onlv method that is
feasible is to kill these a their very gar-
Dora S talon and Mies Heater Pippin,
isisgissbJs sjsanemt ot which we gave
Sunday morning : Tbe two young lei
were at tbe time rowing a boat tn an tee
pood near the residence of Mr. Jehu
8 talon, the father of the Ladies, when tbe
boat eapaiaed near tha shore. Mies
Su ton swam eat to the saxn,aad tarwang to
look after ber companion new that aha
drowning. She immediately went to
AN ENGLISH, CLASSICAL, MATH
EMATICAL, AND SCIENTIFIC
School, ros MALES ajro FEMALES,
Rev. H, H. Buowul A A
Mr. L. P.
11 in all 1mm nl
Vorth of feWlhaanry an the i
ia a healthy nnwaiij. Iwktsa fca SnW
St fwf jDBj waaslOh (wlw flBast
mination by means of proper agricultural j assistance of her sinking friend, and being
taw I ninar
machines. The Country Gentlemen af- saugbt by Mtsa r.ppin around the neck,
firms that the annual growth of weeds m
thh country amounts to 8,000,000 tons,
or enough to loud a compact train of wag
ons long enough lo spaa ths glob?.
caught by sum npptn around the oecm,
thus rendering it impossible for her to do
anything, both were drowned. They
were about le years ol age and greatly
lsrtd by all wbo knew them,
can U had ia
ilia a from $7.00 to
Mara inasfssaevw. raw