'GOD'S FINANCIAL SYSTEM.
One tenth of ripened grain,
One tenth of tree nnd Vine ;
One tenth of all tli yield
From ton tenths' rain and shine
Ow tenth of Iqwiug herds
That browse on hill and plain;
One tenth of bleating flocks,
For ten tenths' tdiine and rain.
One tenth of all increase
From conntiug-room and mart;
One tenth that science .Yield,
One tenth of every art.
One tenth of loom and press,
One tenth of mill and mine;
One tenth of every craft
Wrought out by gifts of Thine P
One tenth of glowing words
That golden guineas hold
One, tenth of -written thoughts
That turn to abiuiug gold.
One tenth! and dost thou, Lord,
Hut ask this meager loan,
When all the earth is thine, . -And
all we have thine own?
A WORD FITLY SPOKEN.
BY MINNIE JKXKINS.
-7 A wonderful deal of good often comes
finn'i wlmfc Solomon calls
a Trnnl firlr-l
i ..i. I
,.,, l.orp means "set on wheels." All
, Tf tw .,
will W VJ va naa Ka.. v " i
.rood words thev am wherfine on forcood.
tfthev are evil words, thev co wheeliu2
uu for evil., Remember this.
One day a boy was tormenting a kitten.
His little sister, with her eyes full of tears,
said to him, "Oh, Philip, don't do that ;
it is God's kitttcn."
That word of the little trirl was not
W. Itwast on wheels. Philio left
i,ff tormenting the kitten, but he could
not help thinking about what his sister
"God's kitten. God's creature for He
,n.wi ;t u;,i i,;nicoif. T novnr
thought of that before.
The next day, on his way to school, he
met one of his companions beating un
mercifully a poor half-starved looking dog.
Philip ran up to him, and before he .knew
it. was usinjr Jiis sister's words, savins,
"Don't, don't do that, Ned ; its God's crea-
The bov looked ashamed and tried to
excuse himself by saving the dog had
stolen his dinner.
"Never mind," sahl Philip, "you shall
Invebalf of mine."
So thev went on their wav to school to-
gether, and soon forgot all about the dog.
Rut Philips words had been set on
wheels again, and much good" was to fol
lwo persons were passing lust as
Philip spoke, and they heard his words, "breathed prayer over the dead, or a whis
Oue was a young man in prosperous busi- I"1 tt5Xt of hope and consolation for the
nessin a neighboring town; the other living. Aud for the surviving partner,
was a ragged, .dirty, miserable looking
creature. He had got into the habit of
liinkiiiir. and. in couscmieucc of this.
had just leeii dismissed by his employer,
aud was going home feeling very unhappy
and despairing. -
"God's creatures," said the poor fellow,
and it seemed 'a new idea to him too. "If
that dog is God's creature, then I'm God's
creature too. aud He will help me if no
one else will."
Just then he came to a tavern where he
had been in the habit of wasting his mon
ey, and then going home to abuse his
family. He stopped a moment the temp
tation was very strong to go in, but the
new" thought was stronger. "No, I'm
God's creature," he said to himself, "I'll
go in Ihere no morer Aud he went on
His wife was astonished to nee him
come home sober, and still more when he
burst into tears, saying that he was a
ruined man, and was determined to give
up drinking, and try, by God's help, to
be a better man.
Just then a knock, was heard at the
door. It was the gentleman of whom we
have just spoken. He had heard Phillip's
words, too. They were words on wheels
to him. They -were rolling atter him.
He could not get away from thcni
"This is one of God's creatures, too,"
he said to himself, as he looked, at the
ragged man who was walking before.
"He ldoks as if he needed help,"he went
on to say, "and perliaps I can give it him."
This led him to follow the poor man to
his home. He offered him work. This
was thankfully received, and faithfully
done. The poor fellow kept his good
resolution. He was never found in the
tavern again, but becamea sober, iudus
t rotis, useful, happy man. And the sim
ple words which that little girl set on
wheels when she spoke to her brother
were the means of doing all this good.
TJIE CHILD'S LAUGH.
Tliere is no tlay sacred bur that tlie
lauxh of a child will utakei it holier still.
Strike with hand of fire, O weird musi
cian, the lyre strung with Apollo'a golden
hair. Fill the vast cathedral aisles with
symphonic sweet and dim, deft toucher
of the organ keys. Blow, bugler, blow,
until your silver notes do touch aud kiss
the moon-lit vine-clad shores; but know,
your sweetest strains are discord all, com
pared with childhood's happy laugh the
laugh that tills the eyes with light. Oh
rippling river of laughter, thou nit theJ
Jles8ed boundrv line between the beast
ntyl man, and every wayward wave of
thine doth drown some fretful fiend of
: are. Daughter should make tlimples of
joy enough ju the cheeks of the .world to
catch and hold and glorify the tears of
' Squibbles, an old bachelor, shows his
socks, which he has just darned, to a mai
den ladj', who-contemptuously remarks,
"Pretty good for a man darner." Where
upon hqnibbles rejoined, "Yes, good
enough for u woman, darn her!''
ORIGIN IN GREAT BRITAIN.
The origin of Odd-Fellowship as an
institution, is involved in oosenruy.
. - .
When the small stream first issues into
the light of history. It is very Jiurauie
The Nile, though known long before
the davs of Joseph, has only lately nad
its Hnnrca discovered bvEttroneans Jur.
Spry, in his "History of Odd-Fellowship,
cava, that "in the early part of the last
centurv, the writer Dauiel DeFoe, men
tions the society of Odd-Fellows; and
The Gentleman1 1 Magazine for 1745, speak
of the Odd-Fellows' Lodge as a place
where very comfortable and recreative
eveniucs may be spent." In 1788, 9.jf we
learn from his Biography, James Mont
gomery, the poet, wrote the song begin
"When Friendship, love, sad Truth abouad.
Among a band of brothers," '
for a society ju London, bearing the motto
of our Order, and prelnmcd to be a lodge
of "Ancient and Honorable Loyal :Odd.
Fellows." All beyend these dates is mere
conjecture. ,V only know that when
Odd-Fille wahip cones into the domain -of
certainty. the Fatherhood of God "and
JirOlUCrilOOU UI aiau ID iia louuuaiwui
. . m i f .1 A :
of rtrecents and of practice. Korean we
trace the precise step i by which our pecn
liar measures of mutual relief in sickness
J"d distress, and provision for the bu rial
f t,,e ,leadKand care for the widow or
the orphan, "grew up among our predeces
sors; Rut knowing that it was an insti
tut ion originated by common circumstan
ces of want and providence, and cement
ed by social feelings frequently indulged
I . i-M it 1 i 1 1
unu ,ni a imwruai gm,
we can radily imagine how great pnn
ciples would lie suggested, and measures
for carrying them out be successively im-
They were toiling laborers, in a land
and under a government where hard
handed industry is less esteemed than
here; where distinctions of rank and
wealth are greater than we have ever
known. Their aily labor barely sufficed
procure them daily bread. When sick-
ncss came, gaunt and terrible Avant was
not far off. When calculating wealth re
fused them the privelege to toil for bread,
Uy lacked means to seek employment
elsewhere, and support theur fanii
lies meanwhile. When on the bed of dis
ease or death, none could spare time to
smooth the creased pillow, or moisten the
fevered lips, or speak calmless to the de
lirious mind. When they looked forward
to the close of this "fitful, feverish" life,
beyond it was ouly a pauper's coffin to be
pressed into a pauper's grave into which
to be huddled out of sight without a
and bereaved children no future was pre
sented, but trundling them from parish
to parish until they were thrust into the
vice and infamy of the aim-house; or,
perhaps, thrusting them into the streets,
to grow up beggars or criminals, if they
did not earlier perish iu the gutter. Such
were most probably the circumstances
and prospects of not a few who commenc
ed our Order, devised its first crude meas
ures of relief and burial of the dead,, and
based -the whole structure on the Father
hood of God and the Rrotberhood of
Feeling that Rank and Wealth would
degrade them if they could, they resolved
to support and aid each other, and to con
tribute weekly a portion f their scanty
earnings for that purpose. Feeling also
how sectarian and party- strife estrange
men from each other, and reader them
powerless and abject by such divisions,
they excluded all such topics and dis
tinctions from-their meetings, and resolv
ed only to know, to labor for, and to love
each other as men as Rrethren. 7cr. A.
B. Grosh in Frankfort (Pa.) Gazette.
A WIFE'S STRATAGEM.
Portlind (Me.) Argun.
There is a certain well-known gentle
man, a resident of Ward 1, who not long
ago was the hero of a little episode which
is altogcter too good to be allowed to sink
into new paperless obscurity, tie had
been passing the evening at a friend's,
making one of a merry euchcr party, and
when he reached his own residence it was
quite late in fact, past 12 o'clock. On
entering his sleeping room he noiselessly
undressed and crept into bed very quietly,
in order not to awakeu hu wife, who was
apparently calmly sleeping, wrapped in
pleasant dreams. The gentleman was
glad to think his better half, instead of
sitting up for him, as was her custom
though against his. repeated requests, had
retired, so took especial pains not to dis
turb her repose, and in a few minutes was
It was broad daylight when he awoke
the next morning, and the motionless fig
ure beside him showed that his wife, usu
ally a quite early riser, had not yet got
up. He thought it strange she should not
be upl and stranger that she should be so
soundly sleeping; but feeling still too
sleepy to say anything, he again consign
ed himself to slumber. The sunlight was
streaming into the room when he again
awokv, and still his wife was sleeping be
side him. Puttiug his hand on her
head and playfully catching hold of a lock
of her hair, what was his surprise to find
a whole head yield to his gentle pull,
while a sudden burst of laughter from a
lady looking into the room through the
partly opened door, told the gentle
man there was something wrong some
where, and, rising on his elbows, he
soon discovered that instead of sleep
ing with his wife the past night he
had been reposing by the side of a "dum
my," which the partner of his bosom had
skillfully decked out in all the parapher
nalia of a sleeniu? Venus. How the rnrv
got abroad is a mystery, bfet one thing is
certain, the gentleman who slept with the
"dnmmv" never told it.
Wood' Tor tepeatMSe5Hnce-pie; en
late at iiiglrC f 1 jf (f&iQfy
Alcoluil jrill cleao silTeniflalcoljoJ
well stuck to wttc3eajd but all lheiiliret
you havegofr : iJ.t,-;.JLC
' r f f ' . r : . t '. '4 t . t if .
Rea ii ty is a btessl ng bei ug blended wi th
benevolence, but better be .bald, bleared,
blotched, andbloated, than beantiful and
A Frenchman has discovered a nieans
of making real rubies, garnets, and many
other precious stones of.jjlaaa. w,,, very
cheaply that the real sioncs Mill uouutiess
lose mch of their VAlne . A. i 1 3 1.
i- r m
The liestoiiautyofnucnage in the mar
ket is said to bo made by dissolving clear
glue in equal volumes of water and strong
vjuegar,and adding oue-tputh ot an eqnai
volnma pt iilcohol, 4ind aaniall qaantity nf
a solution oi aium tu
I will never purchase lottery tickets so
long as l ean hire a man to rob me at rea
sonable wnge.-JwA HilUwjKS
Somebody, told Dan Voorhees that his
speech read like a torchlight procession
going through a tunnel, and Dan didn't
know whether to smile or not. Boston
Haury Wrard Reecher has exploded an
other torpedo under Satan's place of bus
iness. There won't be enough of the old
shop left next year to broil a mackeral.- -Kanm
An appalling famine is raging in north
ern China. Nine millions of people are
destitue. Children are daily sold in the
markets for food. Appealtor relief are
made to America and England.
Rcfore voting against Matthews' silver
resolution Senator RlainCstated that on
the question of the letter of the law he
would be compelled to say that the bonds
nre payable either iu gold or silver coin of
the standard of July 14, 1870.
Senator Lamar saw lit to eulogize ex
President Davis and the Confederate
chieftains in his monometalic speech. He
cannot thus hold the South and gain the
East. The other horse, iu the pair he is
trying to straddle, is too far in the past.
Xashrille A m erica n , Dem .
General Grant has sent home a package
of the gifts he has received abroad. The
gold boxes presented bv' Glasgow and
Ayr, and the Edinburgh silver box, are
among them. Then there are gold, sil
ver, and bronze medals, illuminated ad
dresses, badges, and decorations.
Maybe they did "have giants in those
days," but they couldn't have looked any
bigger than a free-born American citizen
feels when he is in a procession.
nati Breakfast Table.
In 1750 the population of London was
(5,000; in 18o0 it was 2,3(W,0()0. It is
not far from three and a half millions,
with a prospect of an early increase, as
several persons are talking of moving in
There is a woman in Jersey so econ
omical that the other night, while her
husband was alcd, she, turned and made
over his last pair of pantaloons for one of
HER OWN WORDS.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 13, 1S77.
Mr. II. It. STEVEN.,
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and pedigree, age, Icnus, !:
it will become more inijMritivi
Administrators, executors. rom;ni-sior.ei . -shi i i'li'-. c;!;t.-ibie-f, a.-erts. occ arc advised to
call on us lor printed sale notices. It is ee; tain! great in;utkc to owners to' put up
their property at public auction without iii-i uiiug au.ple notice of the sale. The re
quii'f nicnts ol' 1 he law on the subject every body knows are insullicietft. Property i
often Pacriiiced I ron; i his i ause when a dollar or two spent in advertising might have
saved it and made it bring its Value. Wc furnish hale notice's promptly nd cheap.
- SCHOOL CIRCULARS,
BILL-HE AS, - ....
DR. RICHARD H. LEWIS,
' (Late I'rofePsor of Diseases of the Kyp ::n K:tr
'in the Savannah Medical College.)
Practice Iiiaiitccl Jo the
EY1 a,a EAR,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Pc'.ers to tho State Medical Society
to the Georgia. Medical Society.
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
I haveTitled up :in Omnihus and I!:ip:il
Wagon whi h are always rendy to oonvev pet-
Boris to or front the depot, to and from panics, I
wedding!. &t Le ive ordersat Minuti. n tvM
or at my Livery & Side Stable, FMh-j stree!
near Railroad bridge.
M. A . Hill N ; li:-
Aug. 19. tf.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUF.S.t KUU:
FOR THE WATCHMAN
iffy fi J
SALISBURY, N. C;
J? X- ?
h 'Uidl)iils to
:tlt -rtisc their stock horses. We are
upward, :ic-(.rdinj; t( size, style, Jiiid
iu'!i:-!i aflvcnj.-cnicnts lor
foiir.ll it indispensable to nblish a description
of the animttls offered to the 'public, and the necessity ot
ol improvement increases.
GET THE BEST.
The Raleiah News.
DAILY, one vtar,
WEEKLY, one year, -
f Soiid Postal Card for SKinple CPT'
Address THE RALEIGH NEWS,
Blaciier aM Henderson,
tiurnevs. uounsp nrs
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SALISBURY, iV C-
J-Hiinav2'J IS7t; 1.
J, IC. BURKE,
SALlsni'KV, X. c
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11 also attend to thceatfinz of f1'
com trv for Arlmini-'t r;itr-.'. Kxpc'"
aiul ( tin rs. Terms to suit the tun.-.