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H EVENING SOLACE. ;
The human heart has hidden treasures,
In secret kept, in silence sealed ;
The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams the
Whose charms were broken if revealed,
And days may pass in gay confusion,
And nights in rosy riot Jly, -
AVhile, lost in Fame's or Wesilth's illusion,
The mpory pf the I'ast niay die.
But therp are hoars of lonely musing 1
uch as in evening silence come,
When, soft as birds their pinions closing,
The heart's best feelings gather home.
Then in our eoulqthcve seems to languish
Ji. tender grief that is not woe ; r
And thoughts that once wrung groans of
Jsow eaqse but some mild tears to flow.
And feelings, puco as strong as passions,
Float softly back a faded dream .
Our own slum) griefs and wild sensations,
The tale of other's sufferings geem.
Oh ! when the heart is freshly bleeding,
How Iobcs it for the time to be,
When, through the mists of years receding,
- Its woes but live m reverie :
And it can dwell on moonlight glimmer,
Oa evening shade and loneliness ;
And, while the sky grows dim and dimmer
Feel no untold and-strange .distress
Only a deep impulse given
By-lonely hour and darkened room,
Tol solemn thoughts that sore to heaven,
geeliing a life and world to come.
ANOMALIES OF ENGLISH SPELLING'!
WHICH SHALL IT-BE !
A rich man who had no children pro
posed to his poor neighbor,- wlio had sev
en, to take one of them, and promised, if
the parents woud consent, that he would
give them property enough to make them
selves and theirotljer six children com
fortable for life.
HOW T"E ALPHABET IS TOBTUKED TQ GrTE
DVEB FORT r SOUNDS,
One of the" principal difficulties in learn
ing the Englkh language is the ineiplica
ble manner in whjch most of the words
are spelled, the twenty rsif letters fithe
alphabet vying wHh eac other to repre
sent the forty or fbrfy-two sounds of the
language in the most , bungling and dis
Be the capacity of a child ever so good,
yet heTnust spend years in learning these
curiosities of literature," whjlc aforeign
cr can only master our noble lauguage by
a ;rast expense of labor, patience and
- The Protean nature of the vowel sounds
is familiar to nil. A few amusing exam
ples will show that theJconsonats are
near!- as bad: .
B makes a road broad, turns the ear to
bear and Tom iuto a tomb.
C makes limb climb, hanged changed, a
lever clever and transports a lover to
D turns a bear to beard, a crow to a
crowd and makes anger danger, j,
F turns lower regions to flower regions,
G changes-a sou to a song and makes
II changes eight into height.
K makes noy know and eyed keyed.
L transforms a pear into a pearl.
N turns a line into linen, a crow to a
crown and makes one none!
P metamorphoses lumber into plumber.
Q, of itself, hath no significance.
S turns even to seven, makes have
shave, and word a sword, a pear to spear,
niakes slaughter of laughter, and curious-
" Recent Pompeian Discoveries. "
That comparatively so little of the
treasures of the Pompeian is found is eas
ily explained by the fact that the inhabi
tants had escaped, and thieves broke
into the houses, especially between the
earthquake and the eruption, and carried
off all articles of val iie. Most of thehousr
es have indication of these visits in the
modern mason work which closes a hole.
The spot on which excavations are actual-
ly carried on now is called the batning
establishment. It is au immense hall,
and is still half fnll of pnmicestone ; but
in the very centre of the mass, after many
feet of soil had been removed, there were
found, last month, four human skeletons,
pne of a woman, and by them were the
following precious objects, which they
were evidently carrying of : In gold, two
necklaces, consisting of U4 pieces, repre
senting ivy leaves : two ear rings : a chain
with -an emerald. Ju silver, two case
roies. a lanre lookinc-class, three vases
7 tj '
Unless, in the opinion of the navy de
partment, a fresh water rendezvous is pro
vided for theiron-clads, the Government
will have a lot of old iron for sale.
The situation as the Philadelphia Times.
puts it i "Hayes started out tp divide the
Democratic party. He has got so far as
to divide the Republicans.
Say, Pat, suppose Satan was to come
along now, and see both of us here, which
do you suppose he would take, you or
Oh ! faith, yer honor, he'd take
me." "How sot" Well, sir," said
Paddy, "he'd take me now, because he
wouldn't be sure of me when he came
again ; but he'd be sure of you at any
time, and could afford to wait."
a ladle, six large spoons, two forms for
making pastry, like scallop shells; all are
well preserved and highly decorated.
They have been sent to the museum.
Which shall it be ? Which shall it be f
I looked at John, John looked at me,
- And when J found that I must speak,
My voice seemed strangely low and weak,
Tell me again what jlobert said ;"
And then glistening, bent my head
This is his letter ;
- I will give
A house apd land while you shal live,
If, in return, from ont your seven,
One child to ipp fur ayp is given."
I looked at John's old garments worn;
I thought of all that he had bonjft
Of poverty, and work, and care,
Which I, though willing,' could not share ;
1 thought of seven young-mouths to feed,
Of seven little children's need,
And then of this. -
Come, John " said I,
1 f'We'll chppse among tjiem as they lie
Asleep." Bo, walking hand in hand,
Pear John and-I surveyed our baud ;
' First to the cradle lightly stepped,
Wherein Lillian, the baby slept.
Softly the father stoojed to lay
Jlis rough hand down in a loving way,
When dream or whisper made her stir,
And huskily he said, "Not lpr !
'We stopped beside the trundle bed,
And one long ray pf light was shed
Athwart the boyish faces there,
In sleep so beautiful and fair.
I saw on James' rough, red cheek
A tear undried. Ere John could speak i
file's but a baby, tpo, I &at
And kissed him as we hurried by,
Pale, patient Bobbie's angel face
ptill in his sleepbore suffering's trace,
- ' No, for a thpusand crowns not him !"
, He whispered I while pur eyes were dim.
Poor Diok ! bad Dick, our wayward son
Turbulent, restless, idle one
Could he bespared ? Nay, He who gave
Bade us befriend him to the gravel
Only a mother's heart could be
Patient enough for such as he ;
"And so" said John, "I would not daro
Tp take hini from her bedside prayer."
Then stole we softly up above,
And knelt by Mary, child of love;
'Perhaps, forlier 'twould better be,"
I said to John. Qnite silently
He lifted up a curl that lay
Across her cheek in a wilful way,
And shook his head : "Nay love, not thee,"
x The whjle njy heartbeat audibly.
Only one more, our eldest Tad,
Trusty and truthful, good and glad,
So like his father. "No. John, no!
I can not, will not, let him go."
AnLso we wrote iir a courteous way,
We could not give one child away-
And afterwards toil lighter seemed,
Thinking of that of which we dreamed ;
Happy in truth that not one face
Was missed from its accustomed place ;
Thankful to work for all the seven,
Trusting the rest to One fn heaven,
The parties having in charge the salva
tion of the ohLbuilding of the Old South
Church, Boston, Jjave had a ball to raise
funds, ad are now engaged in prepara
tion for a fair, of which the Congregation
alist writes ; 'Ve note with pleasure the
prosperous advance of arrangements Jbr
tho approaching fair, including the inten
sion of the Roman Catholics to provide a
table; but wp are sorry tp see that raflljng
is to-bp allowed, even under careful re
Btictipn8., " There are legal "restric
tions" which would make this pious gam
bling impossible in the wicked cty of New
Yprk,,r, I", Observer.
ly changes Jiaving $ hop to shaving a
T inakes fi bough '-bought, turns here
there, alters one to tone, changes ether to
tether, and transforms the phrase "allow
his own" "to-tallow his town !"
W does well, e. g., hose are whose ? are
becomes ware, on won, omen women, so
SQWj-vie view; it makes an arm warm, and
turns a hat, into; what ?
Y turns fur tp fury, a man to many, to
to toy, a rub to a ruby, ours to yours,
and pro i pudor, a lad to a lady ! Moses
A writer in the Illustrated London Ken
Bays ; Touching Turkish Pashas, I may
hint that the fez covers a multitude of na
tionalities, and that it is somewhat diffi
cult to tel where the Osnninli-ends and
Giaour bezins. I have heard of a Pasha
Qf Mecca who had been an Euglish drum
iner-bov in the force with which Sir Balph
Abererombie invaded EffVDt: and mostbf
us are familiar with the story of the
Russian Admiral, who, on tbe part of the
Czarina Catherine, was dispatched to treat
with a Turkish Pasha commanding ope of
the armies of the Sultan Mustata III.
Coffee and pipes having been served, the
negotiations were left alone; when the
Turkish Pasha said to the Russian Admi
ral. 'Hoofs a icr ye, Handle r 1 hey were
both canny Scots from G reenock !"
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A FEARFUL lllIv FOll GILliS.
The jastor of a church in one of our
cities said to me, not long ago: "1 have
officiated at forty weddiugs siuce I came
here, and in every case, save one, I felt
that the bride was running an awful risk.
-Young men of bad habits and fast ten
dencies never marry jrirls of their own
sort, but demand a wife above suspicion
So, pure, sweet women, kept from the
touch of evil through the years of their
girlhood, give themselves, with all their
cosily dower of womanhood, into the
keeping of men who," in base associations,
have learned to nnder-valne all that be
longs to them, and then find no repentance
in the sau alter vears. i here is out one
Lway out of this that I can see, and that is
for you the young women of the country
to require in associations and marriage,
purity for purity, sobriety- for sobriety,
and honor for honor. Tlvere is no reason
why the young" men of this Christain land
should not be Justus virtuous as its wo
men, and if the loss of society and love
le the price they are forced to pay for
vice, they will not pay it. 1 admit with
sadness that not all our young women are
capable of this high stand for themselves
or others, but 1 believe there are enough
earnest, thoughtful girls in the society of
our country to work wonders if faithfully
aroused. Dear girls will you help us, in
the name of Christ! Will you, first of all,
be true to yonrselves and God ; so pure in
your inner and outside life that you shall
have a right to ask that the young man
with whom you marry shall be the same ?
The awful gulf of dishonor is close beside
your feet, and in it, fathers, brothers,
lovers, and sons are going down. Will
you help us in our great work V -Trtfe
0, U, Dockeuy's Modest v. This pre
tended leader, who while in Washington
tries to make the President believe that
he represents North Carolina and when
in the Tar lieel State tries to make the
people believe he represents Hayes, has
put his "coulter" in pretty deep. He has
two sons, one Consul at Leeds, and the
other mail agent on a North Carolina
railroad. The old man himselt wants to
be Consul General to London or United
States Marshal for North Carolina. He
believes in civil service. Hopes it will
bo civil enough to take care of all the
Dockerys they have been such alarming
ly great patriots. Washington Sunday
The subscriber having purchased the
above Mills, respectfully solicits the patron
age of the citizens of Salisbury and surround
ing country, lie hopes for the continuance
of the patronage heretofore given these Mills
and by close attention to extend the- busi
ness in both branches.
By special contract timber can be sawn on
shares. - Cam. and see mev
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first day of November of each year, with
in this State; nor shall it bo lawful to
capture patridges at any time by means
of nets or traps of any kind until after the
expiration of two years from the passage
of this act." '
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AN ELOQUENT EXTRACT.
Generation after generation bave felt
j8 'vre noy feel, and thejr lives were as
active as our pwnf They pass awaylike
yapor while nature wore the gamaspect
pf beauty as when she first existed. The
heavens shall be as bright pver pur grayes
jis they are around our patfrs. The world
will have the Batue attractions for the
pffspring yet tinhorn as it pnee had for
pur phUdren, Yet a little while and all
this wil have happened, Th,e th robbing
heart will ba stilled, and we hall hp at-l
rest, Our funeral will wen4 its way, aud
" fhe prayers will be said and we shall be
left ja the darkness tud silence of the
tomb. And it may be but a short time
that we shall be spoken of, but things of
i.-life shall creep on aqdjmr names wjll be
forgotten. Days will continue to move
pn, and laughter and songs will be heard
in the room wljere we died ; and Uhe pye
i . Jhat mourned for us will be dry and anjr
mated with joy, and even our children
will cease to think of us, -and will remem
ber to lisp onr names no more.
The New York Herald has received a
despatch from its "African explorer and -correspondentHenry
M. Stanley. He
had reached the western coast of Africa,
having had a fearful journey, enduring
great privations, fighting his way through
and losinga large number of his men.
He has solved one of the African prob
lems, having proved by actual exploration
that the Lualaba river and the Congo are
identical. His journey through Africa
was one of the most perilous and heroic
on record. The last of his white assis
tants, Francis Pocoek, an Englishman,
was swept over the falls of the Massassa
on the 3d of June last. His faithful com
panion Kalulri, was also lost.
PnoFANiTT.AVe are emphatically in
the age of profanity, and it seems to us
that we are on the topmost current. One
cannot go on the street anywhere without
having his oars offended with the vilest
-words, and his reveienee shocked by the
most profane use of sacred names. Nor
does it come from the old or middle aged
alone, for it is a fact tlrat the younger por
tion of the community are most proficient
in degrading language. Boys have an
idea that it is smart to swear; that it
makes them manly, but there never was a
greater mistake in the world. Men, even
those who swear themselves, are disgust
ed with profanity in a young man, because
they know how, of all bad habits this
clings jthe most closely and increases with
yearsj It is the most insidious of habits,
growing on oite so invisibly, that almost
before one is jiware he becomes an accom
plished curser. True Citizen.
j The Pennsylvania Coal Miners.
Scraktox, Sept. 24. The Delaware,
Larkawanna and Western Railroad will
ppcT their collieries to-day or to-morrow.
Men have been picked out willing to work
if given military protection. This will
be given. There" are thirteen companies
regulars, city guards battalion, and four
other companies now in Scranton, and
the three mouths-' regiment will be called
on by the Governor if needed. It is gen
erally believed that if work is thns re
sumed trouble will ensue as it is Jcnown
that many companies of miners' have been
One Way to Get liieh
ea-sy than ttrgrow rich. It is only to trust
nobody to befriend none to get all yon
can, and save all yon get to stint your
self aud everybody belonging to you to
be the friend of no man, and have no man
for your friend to heap interest upon in
terest cent upon cent to le mean, miser
able and despised for some twenty or
thirty years and riches will come as sure
as disease and disappointment. And
when pretty nearly enough wealth is col
lected, by a disregard of all the charities
of the human heart, and at the expenses
of every enjoyment, death comes to finish
the work tlte body is buried in a hole,
the heirs dance over it, and the spirit
goes where ? Xcw York Commercial Advertiser.
The President of the Philadelphia Ex
hibition, which is now open on Sunday,
states that as soon as it was decided to
open the building to the people Tn that
day, "an offer was made to a minister of
the gospel to address such of the audience
that would be there assembled as might
desire to hear him." We do not learn
that any minister of thegospel was will
ing to sanctify the show by prayer and
preaching (although the offer was only for
preaching), and we presume that no min
ister of any standing can be found to go
into partnership with the managers in
such a shallow farce as this, and become
the stool pigeon to toll reluctant. Sabbath
breakers to the Sunday show. lb.
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4 JVtjc Indrustry. In France, a scien
tific gentleman has just made public
what seoras to be a w ell -digested plan for
converting the white or uuedible 'stalks
of asparagus into common brown paper,
foolscap, and letter paper of the liner de
scriptions. Not merely theoretical is this
scheme for utilizing a material for paper
that has hitherto been wasted. There are
actually in existence, in France, two new
factories where paper is made from the
white portion of asparagus stalks.
M an'a love to God is like the changing
sand ; His is like the solid rock. Man's
love is like the passing meteor with its
fitful gleam ; His is like the fixed stars,
shining far above, clear and serene, from
age to age, in their own changeless firm a.
ment. Per. J. MeDuff.
A very funny incident, Fays the Golds
boro Messenger, occurred in Snow Hill,
Superior Court on Tuesday of last week.
A negro named Adam Yelverton Lad
been convicted of larceny. The prisoner
had been placed in the prisoner's box, but
whea Judge Eure was ready to pass sen
tence upon him, to tho surprise of Sheriff
Dail the box was empty and Adam was
nowhere to be found.
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
'third I reek. ..
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I have fitted up an Omnibus and Uaggag
Wajron which are alwavs ready to convev per
sons trt or from the depot, to and from parties,
weddings. Ac. Leave onltrpat .IanoorMlotie
or at my Livery & Sale Stable, EUher street
near Railroad bridge.
M. A. RRIXGLE-
Aug. 19 tf.
To the "Working" Class. We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with e nstant
employment at home, the wlnde of the time,
oTfor their spare moment, liuifinss n?v,
light and profitable. Persons of fi.her sx
easily earu from 50 ceDts to $0 per evening,
and a proportional sum by dvotiug their
whole time to the business. Roys and fi'irls
earn nearly as much as men. That all
who see this notice may send their address,
and test the business we make this unpar
alleled offer: To suwh as are not well sat
isfied we will send ore dollar to pay for the
trouble of writiug. Fuii particulars, sam
ples worth severaidollars to commence work
on. and a copy of Homand Fireside, cne of
the largest and best Illustrated Publications,
all 9ent. free by mail. Reider if yon want
permanent, profitable woik, address George
RtiSROV At. f!n. Portland. Maine.
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Great chance to make money. If you
can't sret gold you can get greenbacks.
We nied u jtcrson in every town 10 tal.e
sunscnptions tor the largest, cl!eapst
In the world. Any one can become a successful
atrent. Tne most elegant work of art given tree to
suUseribcrs. The price is so low that almost every
body subscribes. One apent reports making over
$150 a week. A lady agent reports taking over 400
subscribers in ten days. All who engage make mon
ey last, i ou can devote all your time to the busi
ness, or only vour spare time. You need not be away
from home over night. You can do It as well as
others. Full particulars, directions and terms free.
Elegant and expensive outfit free. It you want pro
fitable work send us your address at once. 1 1 costs
nothing to try the business. Xo one who engages
falls to make great pay. .Aridr? 'The People's
Journal," Portland, Maine 45:1v,
ITavinn- nnrli the Tl:T'f: RTf)lP f Una A- :t lurrn 'will .nntinn the busil tilt;
Stand. Will keep constantly on hand a full untl coii.plete stock of nil good in his enei)ttf
U"iC-jecial attention giveu the Preciiiitioii Hepaitment, which is uudtr the sole nianag j.
Mr. C. li. Bakkkk. 22 tf
DK. iilUHAKU H. LEWIS, AT . 1 TJa
RALEIGH, N. C.
(Late Professor of Diseases of the Eye ami Far
in the Savannah Medical ColSefce.)
Practice Limited to the
EYE and EAR,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Eefers to the State Medical Society and
to the Georgia Medical Soeietv,
Board by the Day, S0t
ISrautiful situated next to Capital SipW.
Col. C. S. BROWN, Propr.