LIVE IX LOVE TI3 PLEASANT
Bo not harsh and unforgiving;
Live in lore tis pleasant living.
If nn angry wan tdionld meet thee,
And aail tlice Indiscreetly, .
Turn not thou again and rend him,
Vst thou needlessly offend Jiim.
Show him love hath been thy teacher;
Kindness is a potent preacher,
(lentleness is e'er fonnving :
Live in love 'tis pleasant living.
Why he angry with each other!
Man AvasTnnd'e to love his brother;
Kindness is a human duty,
Meekness ft celestial beauty. 1
Words of kindness, sjoke in season,
Have a weight with men of reason;
Pon't be otlierVfoUiosbhwuiug,
Andtheir littlo failingf naming;
Charity's ft cure for every railing,
Suffers much is all-prevailing.
Courage, then, and be forgiving;
Live in love 'tis pleasant living.
A TERRIBLE LIAR.
" ; From the New York San.
JTotc the lion. Eli Perkins Got Shared, and
- then Missed a Tram.
: : Detkoit, Nov. 15.
This iuorning, on a street here u gen
tleman handed me this card :
emma' will a rd,' """.
J BARBERESS. . .
Sbatingj Shampooing, -
Hairdressing. ; I
8 Woodbridge street :
"Do you mean tosay you have a woman
barter in DetroitP I asked.
"Yes, sir two of 'em and twoas pret-
ty. girls as there are in the city.".
In a few moments I walked np W ood
bridge street, and sure enough, there was
a sign and a pretty girl standing by the
window homing a razor. I wanted to go
in and get shaved, and still I could not
make np my mind to do it. Three times
w I T OToll-o.l 1T- nnil firinllr- T fnrmfHI n. flir
i. UllL.l4 WJ , " " ....... t
Fnyn the Chicago Times.
AN AWKWARD BRIDEGROOM.
How He Resented an Insult and Abandoned
T His Bride at the Alter.
The guests at a recent expected mar
riage in a certain church of the West Side
were treated to a singular and rather
startling sensation at the very moment
when the connubial knot was to be tied.
The bride and groom were a young con
pie, and had made all necessary prepara
tions for the anticipated happy event that
was to unite them as one, and it was
thought by the respective friends of the
pair that the course of true love had run
quite smoothly with them, and a genuine
mutual affection existed between them.
The invited comnanv had entered the
house of worship, and the attendants on
the couple had taken their places at the
alter, while the minister remained in
waiting to perform the ceremony. The
bride, attired in all the gorgeous finery
customary - on such occasions, alighted
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from the carriages, and the groom stepped
blithely and lightly after her and upon
her long trail. As he did so the fair ladv
uttered a low cry, and exclaimed sharply,
"Oh, dear; how awkward you are !"
The young man's face colored as he
stumbled off the rich garment, and he
gave his arm to the lady while laboring
under a confused mind. The pair walked
into the church and down the aisle to the
alter. All eyes rested upon their move
ments, and a murmur of voices arose as
they came in and toolc their positions be
fore the minister. The ceremony pro
ceeded, the minister asked the bride if
wan the orfulcst liar I ever seen,
said Cooley O'Lcary as we returned from ageous resolution, and,, hanging my head
hit friend's funeral. "Why, -he told me as a member of the Young Men's Christian
11 island out Association does when he coes into the
UIVV illUV UV -. - -
in the Pacific ocean on which there was a Mabille or-Harry .Hill's I plunged in.
volcano. AmThe said that there was an trembled from head to foot as soon as
active demand out in that region for wa- Centered the door. I couldn't look the
termelons, so he went into the business of pretty barberess 1n the face. I couldn't
raising them. And ho said one year his summon up courage enough to speak to
whole crop failed except one melon, and her. In fact, I had nothing to say, so
that kept on crowidg at such a rate that stood and looked very sheepish.
it crowded him off the low land up on the "Have a shave, sir!" said the barber
side of the volcano, which generated steam ess, advancing with a razor in one hand
and caused an explosion which blew up and with the other pointing to the chaic.
the whole concern to atoms, and shot him "Yes, shaved !" 1 gasped and flung my
.four hundred miles out to sea, where he self into the chair.
was picked up by a whalr. He used to "Why, you've just been shaved, 8lie she would accept the groom for her wed
tell me that one great mistake of his Y$A said, drawing her silky palm across my Ljed husband, and received the usual af-
vas that he didn't drive a plug into the face. firmative answer, and was about to inter
crater of the volcano so as to make it wa-1 "Have H I said, and then recollecting, rogJlte the young man, when the latter im-
firiif ami fhn ftlirft niwn th water-1 4Ah. vps. shaved this niormwr eariy. 1
melon and come sailing home on the half always shave, twice a day." ;
"Shave close 1" asked the pretty girl.
"Yes, the closer the better."
"Hair cut too!"
And then she commenced. , With a lit-
came across a dead whale, frozen into the tie camel's hair brush she painted my face
" . .-I. . ... i mi 1 . t O-T
ice. go he took off his shirt- it was night with white soap suas. i uen sue put uer ,io unht to comfort her left the chnrch
for six monts in the year up there tore it fingers plump against my face and rubbed f tb . homes. The occun-ence was an
into strips for a wick, ran the strips it all over, fcne stooa oenmu me, anu pus d - treated no small
through the bamboo fishing-rod, stuck' the Uier arms around my neck. I saw her in amount of gossip Q the vicinity where the
church is situated
The Jeweler of Salisbury.
THE LEST AND LARGEST STOCK CF
' -i s . ... .-
IS THE BEST.
Crampton'a Imperial Soap i the Lest.
Orampton'ii Imperial Soap is the Best.
Crampton's Imperial Soap i the Be?t.
Crampton imiierial boap itt the Heft.
Crampton s Imperial boap is the le8t.
Crampton a imperial boap is the iet.
Crampton's imperial Soap j the Best.
Crampton a Imperial boap is the-Let.
Crampton a Imperial boap is the Beet.
Crampton's Imperial Soap is the Best.
This Soap is manufactured from pure material;
and as it contains a large per cent age oi
Vegetable Oil, is warranted fully equal
to the best imported Castile Soap,
and at the same time con
tains all the cleansing
properties of the cele-
It is therefore re
commended for the
use in the Laundry,
Kitchen and Bath Boom,
and for general household
purposes; also for Printers,
Painters, Engineers and Machinist,
it will remove spots of Ink, Tar,
Grease. Oil, Paint, etc. from the handa.
T- J :- v - - u mm it
i ii i
"He would lie. He said that once ho
was cast awav on an icebenr. with no
baggage but a pair of skates and a fish
ing pole. But he skated about until he 1
pulsivcly and unexpectedly said to the
bride : "0, dear; how awkward you are !"
and quickly turning on his heel walked
out of the editice without another word of
explanation, leaving the astonished bride
Htanding at the al tcr in mute bewilderment.
The young man weut his way in a carri
age, and the disappointed bride and maids
rod into the fat of the whale, and lit thol the glass in front. I never felt so in my
other end.. He said it burned splendidly, lifev "What would my wife say to this f
and the iceberg reflected the light so I thought. "Still, everybody in Detroit
strongly that it was bright as day for forty hlocs it; and why not I?" So I shut my
miles around, and one vessel ran into the eyes and letf her go on. After rubbing
tier?, thinking it was a licrht-house. He her velvet finirers over my cheeks and
n - n I W
The Turks arc said to be hopeless of
nti -w -1 TV A 1 A.
Riiccess. l lie Jonuon itmcs savs umi a
person holding a position of trust connect
ed with one of the highest personages of
said he sold the iceberg to the Captain for chin till the beard jwas softened, she took Unc Ottoman empire declares that the
S5,000, aud i the captain split it up ana out a razor, nonea it, ana piacvng one arm Turks .IS soon ag Erzcronm is taken and
took it home, and made two hundred around my head and her hand against my the rianople road threatened,' will treat
separately with Russia, and cede the full
"Lie? Well, sir, he beat any man
ever came across. He told mo ouco that in the face, but I couldn't. So.I sat, and
out in Nevada a mountain lion attacked I took it with my eves shut. I don't think
him, with its mouth wide open. He had I enjoyed it. And still I .Jet her go on
presence of mind enoucrh to crrab itbv the She shaved me, drew her silky hand all
tongue and pull. The lion roared with over my face to see if it was closely sha
- pain, but he did his level best at pulling, ven, and then combed my hair.
CLUSTER DIAMOND AND 18K EN
Holiday and Bridal
No charge will be made for engraving any
article of silverware purchased. All Watch &
Clock work faithfully repaired as low as the
lowest and warranted.
N. B. Any article of Jewelry sold by me in
the last three 3'earsif found not as represented
can be returned and money will be refunded.,
22:ly B. A. BELL.
The Huntington. Pa.. Monitor of April 5th,
1877. pronounces this soan the best in the
market, as follows :
Reader, we don't want you to suppose that
this is an advertisement, and pass u over un
heeded. Read it. We want to direct your at
tentioc to the advertisement of "Crampton s
Imperial Soap." Having used it in our office
for the last vear. we can recommend it as the
best quality of soap in use. It is a rare thing
to eft a soap that will thoroughly cleanse print
ing ink from the hands, as al$o from linen; bu
Crampton s laundrv soaD will do t. ana we
know whereof we speak. It is especially adapt
ed for printers, painters, engineers and ma
chinist, and it will remove grease of all de-
.scription from the hands as .well as clothes,
with little labor: J-or general household pur
poses it cannot be excelled.
On sale and constantly arriving, .
TYRE IRON 1 to 21 inches at 3ents per lb.
Do round and square, from 3-46 to 3 inches, 3 to 10 eeut
Do Band, to 6 inches, from 3 to 10 cents, j .
PLOW MOULDS and irons, all shapes ami sizes,
WIRE CLOTH for screens, ofjrarious sizes,
BUGGY and Carriage Material of Iril qualities,'
SPRINGS and AXLES, for Wagons, Carriages, Boggi. & SulkM,
PRESERVING KETTLES, brass and ImedTfrom 1 to 5 gallons, -APPLE
PEELERS, 100 do. retail 73 eentsr
WHITE LEAD'and prepared paints, all colors
OILS, linseed and machine, best brand. VARNISHES, all kiud8l
COOKING Utensilsrall sorts, sizes and styles,
warn movement oi uie uiauc. unco or assaffe of thc Pl0 sphorus to the Russians
W t . 1 1 1 11 A. A. 1 1 I
I twice l inea ro iook lire preiry uaruerc8 1, vnnn .n
I idtuvt t.um irv a iiiiv v i
Constantinonle. The final issue of the
war prooauiy turns on l-ievna. i uat
place is the key to the Bulgarian country.
Its loss w ill force the entire Turkish army,
operating along the Danube, to fall back
to the Balkans, and give the Russians
and pretty soon theongno began to give "Sliall I wax your monstache, sir !" she Mch ft d ideA vanta in the
that Turkey's wisest "course then would
lie to sue for peace.
A FAITHFUL DOG'S REWARD.
and the tail to shorten, and directly out asked.
they came, the tongue and the tail in one "Yes, wax away !"
long continuous string. Ho saidf he had Then she leaned over till I could hear
em at home, and ho showed 'em to me, her breathe and feel her heart beat, placed
but mv belief is ther were onlr three or her little fingers under my moustache and
four cow-hides and a bulFs tail dove-tail- waxed the ends. Now I never wear my The Jefferson (Mo.) Tribune says: "A
ed together. moustache waxed, but I couldn't ask her gentleman who lives in Vernon county
iUe was astonishing as a truth-crusher. I to stop.
Said. he served on a guu boat rtunng the "mere, uoes it sniti" sue asuen, as
jwar which was very small and light, while she dusted off my neck and removed thc
the mrtar on the deck was very large and apron.
heavy, and he said the first time they "Yes, it's just right lovely !" I said,
tried to fire a fifteen inch shell, the shell "too sweet for anything!" and then I
remained stationary, while the recoil was strode back to thc depot to find the train
so great that it fired the gunboat four had just one, and that this Detroit bar-
miles up the-stream and landed it in a beress had caused me to miss a lecture
tree. He was a liar, but now he's dead I engagement ami a hundred dollar fee.
No more pretty girl barberesses for me.
mm aoain !
And I am happy to say that 1 have the best
selected stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
I have ever offered in this market; and can
sell them lower than ever known before
Black Alpaca, 2o to 45cls. per yard; 4-4 Sheet
ing? ct.; Flannels, 20 to 30 els.; and bargains
in pant goods; bargains in every department.
(Mini! Clothing: ! ClotMi!
In. this line I can ofTer great inducements,
and can sav to rav customers lhat tbev can save
25 per cent, by calling on me before buying
A full line of Hals, Boots, Shoes, Crockery,
Groceries, &c, and I expect to continue the
ROOT AND HEKB BUSINESS
as heretofore. Call and see.
reckon he'll ketch it."
There was no doubt about it. Mr.
O'Leary'r friend was verlf successful as a
constructor of energetic works of fiction.
THE MYSTERY SOLVED.
The7bwrfll of Progress (Mibile), in an
article under the above heading, tells why
tho North is rich and the South is poor.
Here it what it says abont the farmers :
nhl. j.1 . r . 21
.piurui ucce8a among - Legislature in 1860-tlie only " was a queer look at first, but nothin
the farmers. Passing through the coun- .....'..... . . J i.i i l r,M .,
try with his eyes open, the close observer
Atlanta Constitution : Gen. Matthew C.
I Butler, South Carolina's new. Senator, is
the son of ex-Congressman. William But
ler, and a nephew of Gen. Pierce M.
Jiuticr, wno ieu at uneruousco. tie is
also a nephew of ex-Senator A. P. Butler.
On his mother's side he is a nephew of
Commdoore O. II. Perrv. He was elect-
tells a remarkable story of the sagacity of
a uog which accompanied mm on ins
travels. While in the Short Creek tim
ber, on his way to Jopliu, the dog jump
ed and caught the horse by the bridle
rein. Mr. Ewing drove the animal off.
but it persisted in catching the horse by
tho reins, until the gentleman concluded
it must be mad. Under the impulse of
the moment he polled his revolver and
shot the auimal, which then ran back
along the road over which he had come-
In a few minutes Mr. Ewing missed his
overcoat, which had been tied to his sad
dle. He turned back to find it, and after
riding about a mile, not only found his
coat, but his faithful dog, which was lying
on the garment dead."
A beautiful young heiress iu Moscow
has married a beggar eighty-six years old
will, at the proper season, soon have his
attention arrested by an improved mower
sweeping over the meadow under the ex
elusive management of jl youth of, say,
sixteen, and accomplishing more iu a day
than could iu that time be worried out of
a dozen freedmcn with their scythes. A
little later and he will see the younger
brother turning the hay with a horse ma
chine; and then in due time will come a
still smaller boy with a horse-rake, follow
ed by a trio of little fellows having all
sorts of fun, as they, with an improved
hay-fork, store away thc-erop in" the hay
loft. In everything done on the farm in New
England this same plan is resorted to. If
the soil is to be prepared, instead of set
ting a dozen freedmen at it with their
1 ,1 1 1. A ' l .
uiuies iihu piougus u sweat lurougu a
week, as we would do, tnt come a ma
chine managed by a boy or two, and in an
incredible short space of time the job is
done and well done. Alot of seed is to
be sown that would give our hands along,
tedious task; but there a stripling with a
seed sower puts it down exactly right and
in very short order. And when "the crop
is ready to be hoed, instead of charging it
civil ofliee he had held up to his admis- coald be moro natural. The youug girl
sion to a seat in the United States Senate. e,ie ia only twenty-two could not enter
He rose during the war from the captain- ,uto tDe possession of her fortunes until
cy of a cavalry company to the rank of 8"e wa8 marneti, and the young men
Major-General. His ability as a lawver whom her guardian introduced her to
and his eloquence as a speaker are sure wcre empty-headed creatures, to whom
to win for him a high rauk in the national sne was unwilling to bind herself for life;
councils. I o she resolved to marrj' an old beggar,
and get the money without sacrificing her
Wendell Phillins is of oninion that tho. independence. The old man was one of
Republican party is on its last legs. He jner pensioners, and readily consented to
says : "It was merely a form when, Jjy marry her andjhen keep out of her way,
the skin of its teeth, it won the Presi- retiring on a comfortable allowance. A11
dency. The power and purpose and! the beggars in town feasted and made
strength have gone out of it. Death and merry on the wedding night.
disagreement among its leaders have
helped to kill it. The young generation
of citizens know nothing of the great pur
poses of the party, the great battle it was
organized to fight, the mighty leaders wh
won its victory, the fruits of which are
Smalls, the convicted South Caroliua
colored Congressman, is said to bo 'in a
state of deep humiliation." The kindness
of Smalls to the family of his former own
er, the McKee family, of Beaufort, seems
being fritted away and sold out by their to haTe mado a Proufund impression iu
degenerate descendants. The Republican j
party is a thing of the past." Senator
Lamar says tho Republican party is doom-
ed. So both sides are agreed on this.
The A. M. E. Zion connection, recently
in session at Columbus, Ga., adopted the
following upon the Liberian question :
"Whereas, Our people are being persua
ded to go to Liberia; Resolved, That we.
as miuisters of the A. M. E. Zion connec-
- Reduction in IT 'ages.
W ILKESBARRE, Pa., Dec. 10. A 10 pCT
cent reduction in wages of miners goes
1 tion, do discourage their going, as we be
with a black army to play for pay, a boy Jjthih wm-iVa. i n Heve it best for them to stay in the United
Jesses his nag to a horse-hoe, tokes his operated by Charle Parish & Co. The States and tivate the land, and make
fleacv.M...u.mJr, uui over mIi hav ,.. .iw;n ior uiemseives nomes, ana scliool their
remain oi work upon "the condition that fhildren and cultivate the kindest of feel-
the old wages will be restored when the mgs wwara lueir loraier owners."
price of coal will warrant it.
the fielaVoeing several rows at a time.
In short, NeVngland works by machin
ery, and therelnIies the secret of her
Death of Prof. Bledsoe.
Alexandria, V., Dec. 10. Dr. Albert
prosperity. r -
in " J Messrs. E. C Grier & Son, we learn
- A colored man and woman wer 0nwn- from the Observer, have the machinery all T. Bledsoe, editor of the Southern Review,
ed iu the Catawba river in Lincoln eemt- ready for their new cotton factory in and former Professor of the Virginia Uni
ty, on Friday last, by thc capsizing of arjieciuenDurg county, and expect to be I versity, is dead. His death was caused
frklff in which they were crossing the ready lor spinning early m the approach- by a severe attack of paralysis. At the
river, ling year, J time of h.is death he was CD years of age.
Manufactured onlv bv Crampton Brothers, 2,
4, 8 and 10, Kntgera PJace, and 33 and 35,
Jefferson St., New lork.
For sale by
ii. ill. IIIIIS,
46 SALISBURY, N. C.
EUGENE L. HARRIS.
zirtist in rcajon,
Sassafras Fork, N. C
in the most finished style of
14xl7$lO.OO. Framed $13.00. 18x22 $15.00.
Send for circular. 51:
JOSHUA T AS,
53 Light Street,
Buckeye Mower and Reaper.
Sweepstake's Threasher & Cleaner.
Eclipse Portable Farm Engines.
Ilion Wheel Horse Hakes.
Continental Feed Cutter.
Ball Steel mid Cast Plows.
Watt Cast Plows.
Wc could saw off the north pole if we could get at it. DISSTOX'S
" Great Amtrican - has never heen excelled : saws of all sizes
and for all purposes. "
WELL BUCKETS, pulejs, chains aud ropes,
GLASS, window, from 8 x 10 to 36 k 44, Blue Glass to order.
NAILS, cut, from 10-penny upr $3 per 100 lbs. From lO-penny to j
4, 3J to 4 cents, WTrought and horse-shoe nails, variable.
SCREWS, tacks aud brads of all sizes and for all uses.
Blacksmith-Tools, all sorts ; a patent drill. nw and splendid. :
ROPE, jute, ceisal, inanilla, hemp and cotton, from i to 2 inches.
BELTING, rubber and leather, from 1 to 14 inches.
Horse Collars, horse and mule shoes, bailies, aud traces. '
Edge Tools and boring implements in endless variety. . r
FARM TOOLS and MACHINERY !
For all purposes of superior quility aud equal to any demand.
Straw Cutters, Cradles, Plows. Hakes. Iloes and Shovels.
House n rtii stock (in my line) complete.
Saddlers' hardware and tools, full assortment.
Table and Pocket cutlery elegant aiid abundant,
Pistols from Ji5 cents to 20 plated Fevolvers.
Guns from children? S2to $40 sporting.
IRON GATES-and FENCES, aud gate latches.
BRUSHES paint, varnish, white wash, horse, scrnb-and all other kinds fine and coarse.
Wine-and Cider Mills. Caue Mills and Evaporators. . .
Carpenters' Tools, splendid and more complete than exci-and !
Still a few more of them Machines left!
Come one come all, and see Sam Taylok, the paraxon of R, R.-Crawford's Centennial
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TIMETABLE WESTERN N.C. RAILROAD.
To take effect June I2d, 1877.
Old Fort ...
12 18 P,
j8 55 ATM.
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110 35 "
111 07 "
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