SALISBURY, N. G, HAY, 23, 1878.
- rr rnTTTDTI CT?PTT?.R
VOL XA. ixaj.xvA
From the Sew York Times.
; compelled to pass verynear to her. .Why
I the one who carried the lemonade stum
bled will prdbably never be known. That
leading physician of 'Clinton, 111., he did stumble, and thereby emptied six
r v in the possession of a wife of gallons of lemonade upon the-lap and
....Knurr 111 PI
CX t n frivolities of the world, and gives true. Of course, theJady shrieked, and
. ..1. vf Kunnl'n- ! in l.aTut nranariMl rn wlthllrAVr
While she is an earnest advocate from the room in order to repair damages.
1 Tarious reforms, she does not agree , Those who were present say that the pa
! - 8t professional "female reformers ! per melted like snow on an overheated
1 lievin that reform and ugliness are 1 griddle. Before she had taken a dozen
.j Jhcpnanioie. outs iui; , m .ti. -&
one antt inbeiFa , - tt,of f,.iwl Wa
frightful. Strong men put their hand
kerchiefs to their mouths to suppress their
r nnl Trnfl. and
tiful as well as me - -
does not countenance any scheme of re
foruTthat would make life coarse and ug
T Just at present she is especially in
vested in dress reform, and iu what is
popularly known as uccorau ui u- "
I ,elwi,l.os to furnish her sex with com
fortable and cheap "clothing,, she Tally
cries, and shook with terror. The bash
ful theological student fainted, and had
nnf nl.i-Gioian rnehiwl fmm . til IV roODl
and returned with a waterpool cloak, th
extent to wbicbTtue erosion' 'of strata byi
the action of water would have reached
Ht it is one ol tne cmei un
auiim-o . - , . -. , , , t , ... . .i A ,rta4.
voman to be beautitul, ana nence sue ui,- cannot oe mougui oi wiuwu
terly abhors all schemes of dress reform painful emotions. Of course, it was not
that would substitute trousers for the necessary for the physician to steam his
flowing garments which she considers na- unhappy wife that evening, but this was
predesigned women to wear. Altogether, but a slight consolation to him, and was
he-may be regarded as the ideal type of insufficient to prevent him from denonnc-
afcmale refonnei, and she is universally
"Let me read you one more verse. I
I swell the firing echoes as they roam among
And I feel my roal awaken to the ecstacy that
"Now what do yon s'pose your misera
ble out-cast turned that into t Why, into
I smell the frying shoes as they coast along the
And I peel my soul mistaken to the ercrrary
"Gibberish, sir! Awful gibberish,
must slay that man. Where is he tn
"lie is out, just now," said the Colonel.
"Come in to-morrow."
"I will," said the poet, "and I will come
Then he put on his hat, shouldered his
umbrella, and drifted off down stairs.
... I . ; - Max Adeler.
LADIES AKD SPRING FEVER.
UOVV KOT TO HAVE IT.
Tin knew her.
One day her husband said to her, "My
dear, why don't you invent a new mater
ial for women's clothing which will snper
cede such a clumsy and costly fabric as
cloth ! Tig leaves, of course, won't do,
; at least in our climate ; but surely some
thing can be found that is better man
doth." This suggestion greatly pleased
the good wman, and she promptly began
to investigate the various materials which
might by any possibility be converted--into'
clothing. ' .
The result of her investigation was to
ton vice her that what her sex really want
ed was paper. She found Unit a single'
tliickiiess of ordinary newspapea is much
f "warmer than cotton or even wool, .and
friends told her that
they had actually suffered, even iu ni:d
erately warm weather, from wearing three
or four closely folded copies of the Tn
r.hmt: She also found that paper was ex
tremely cheap, and that there were cer
tain kinds of paper which were soft, plia
ble, and reasonablystrong. She estima
ted that shccoiild make herself an entire
suit of clothes, exclusive of shoes, stock -
ing, and gloves, out of paper, at a cost
of $1.17, and she could decorate the outer
garnieuts with water-colors, so that they
would be far more beautitul than the fin
est patterns of silk. There remained the
solitary objection that paper skirts were
readily 'combustible, but she knew that
by treating them with certain chemical
jiiei:initioiis. nbsolute safety against fire
. , , , - --
could be secured. 1
With her usual energy she at once ob
tained her materials, and made and deco
rated alull assortment of paper garments.
The lower or primary strata were com
posed of soft white uuglazed paper, what
might bo called, in view of their position,
the mesozoic shirts were matte of thick
hrov.n paper, while the tertiary skirts
wero, white and.light. The outside dress
was of a pure white material, but it was
covered with designs in water-colors
More reliable harbingers of spring-time
than the prophetic swallow, or ardent
ennluuima fliof tnnxro tllA TlflllBPtATlS dHft
ing paper garments m wnSoa?e ;WU1 : from sheltered corners to drip along the
which makes these, things luxury. No
such cosmetic, dear ladies, in lily white
or rough pad as the bloom imparted by
this daily bath. And after all, are we not
more resolute to correct the bilious com
plexion than a deranged digestion. Jf. G.
A. in Christian Union. nt;
WADSWORTH'S MODEt FARM.
was probably scientific, but which will
hardly bear reproduction.
- the Troubles of a poet.
eaves at noontide are those inner mur
murings and agitations not, alas ! of as
piring soul. The hampered body which
has been coddled, petted, stuffed with
'Wliilo Colonel Bangs, editor of the Ar- ruon rearing uumui.uu
was sitting in his, office one day, a.i , , i i i ;..
man, whose brow was clothed in thunder, e ' ' -
' . - ... orwl tlia HmnonnH nnmiilpaj BollfifltimiK III
pntftreu. r lereelv seizmsr a cnail. lie ; ...
slammed hisJiat on" the table, hurled his
discomfort which we charge to variable
weather afllict and hamper poor humani
ty. How many people say "I always have
a billious attack in the spring; expect it
a3 a regular thing, you know !" as though
that were sufficient raison d'etre. A little
resolution, a few dietary precautions,
would neutralize this teudency to which
men yield with the pasivity of optimists. ,
Primarily we sin by our indulgence at
table. The habit of hearty meals, which
were demanded by rigors just past, is nn-
! Well, the words look consciously indulged beyond the necessity
r Dinner,' or 'Souls of otthem. A dearth of vegetables forces
of meats, and the housewife is fain with
spices and richness to beguile the palate
till teuder greens come to supplement her
This then is the hour of danger; when
the "body, swathed utill of necessity
umbrella on the floor, and sat down.
"Are you the -editor ?" he asked.
"Can you read writing!"
"Of course." -
"Read that then," he said, thrusting at
the Colonel an envelope with an inscrip
tion on it.
"B " said the Colonel, trying to spell
"That's not a B. It's au S," said the
"S; oh, yes; I see
a little like 'Salt for
Sinners,' '' said the Colonel.
"No, sir," replied the man, "nothing of
the kind ! That's my name, Samuel H.
Brunner. I knew you couldn't read. I
called to see you about that poem of mine
you printed the other day, on the 'Sur
cease of Sorrow.' "
"I lou't remember, it, ".said the colonel.
I "Of course you don't, because it went
into the paper under the title of 'Smear
case To-morrow." '
"A stupid blunder of the compositor's I
"Yes, sir; and that's what I want-to see
you about. The way in winch that poem
was mutilated was simply scandalous. I
hav'nt slept a night since. It exposed
me to derision. People think I am an ass.
T,et me show you."
"Go ahead," said the Colouel.
"The first line, when I wrote it, read in
Lying by a weeping willow, underneath a gen
"That is beautiful, poetic, affecting.
Now, how did your vile sheet present it
to the public T There it is. Look at that!
What Was Seen TJiere in an Hour's Visit
No jest is intended in designating this
as a model farm. It is such; indeed and
in truth.' An Obseeveb oscribe driv
en out there the other afternoon enjoyed
the occasion more than he ever did a pic
nic when he was a young and giddy tiling.
On this place Mr. Wadswortb. has demon
strated that a man may be a 'good livery
man and a good farmer at. tne and; the
same time. He has two hundred and
sixty acres "under cultivation, and how
high the state of cultivation, a glance is
sufficient to show. One hundred acres
are in grass and clover high clover and
grass so thick upon the ground that it is
softer to the footstep than any Brussels
carpet. Twenty acres of the laud is in
cotton, which is now well up; Mr. Wads
worth's stand of cotton was never better
at this season of the year. There are
five acres in grapes 3,000 vines, well
trained and the young orchard, we
guess, is the best in Mecklenburg, em
bracing all the fruits grown in this sec
tion. The garden is up to thebest house
wife's standard, and tin: land "not ac
counted for" is in clover, wheat, oats and
rye. These are glorious wheat fields. A
lot of Fultz wheat, sowed last October,
stands six feet high, as thick as hops, and
promises thirty bushels to the acre. It
nods gracefully enough in the breezes, and
the heaviness of tho heads is suggestive
of fertile soil and a land of plenty. The
He Passes through Charlotte En Route to
Yesterday, the 1.15 p. m. train from the
North came in with a beautiful palace car
attached, one of the most jcpmplete and
elegant owned by the Pullman company,
in which was Hon. Peter Cooper, of New
York, who was en route to Limestone
Springs to inspect the property he lias
purchased there, and which he proposes
to convert into a school to be operated
somewhat on the plan of the famous Coop
er Institute, in New York City. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Abram S. Hewitt,
Mrs. Edward Cooper and daughter, Miss
Edith Cooper. Miss Adelia Cooper, and
Professor and Mrs. Henry C. Raymond.
They were met at the Air Line jnction
oy vol. vi. J. r oreaere. peneral mannwrl n . ... ...
e i T -r, T V5 I sra1" cueerea uy. tne lact mat tao nnra
. . hu., . .. v puai ber of assciations in the State lias more
engine, anu auer a stop ot about twenty than doubled during the past year. We
minutes, were taken on to Gaffney's, at Ueem it therefor, our duty and privilege
" r . lu,m' m,e" to call the second annual convention of
stone springs bemg only about a mile and tlie Y. M. C. A. of the State of North Car-
A.. r A. 1 1 I
u uuuner irom mat piace. oliu anJ lulve appointcd Frid Juue
... F.vov. . ,..c J.U.1J, came iithf as tJie tiine all(1 Greensboro as the
iromew lork, is supplied with every piacefor holding said convention. The
.u. wu,v.i.s, Mwpiug, business session will continue during Fri-
in tact, is an elegant dwelling on wheels, day and Saturday, iTml on Similar, fol
.l il. A 11 I 1 il f 7 1
auu u,e ,,a,l- "Ul "onouess occupy tins lowing, devotional exercises will be held
l..cl t wBuuej s, piouuuiy under the auspices of the convention. Our
..A A t : a o Jl 1
BmS out iu i.,uieSioue springs every uay brethren of the Greenslioro association
have given us a cordial invitation to as-
STATE CONVENTION of THE YOUNG
MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
Office of the State Ex. Com.
of Youxg Men's Ch'k. Asso.
Charlotte, N. C, May 9, 1378.
At the first annual convention of the
Y'oung Men's Christian Association of the
State of North Carolina, held in the city
of Charlotte in April of last year, the
uudersigned were appointed members of
an executive committee to overlook asso
ciation work throughout the-State, to fos
ter and encourage existing associations,
andjo effect organizations iu new locali
ties whenever practicable. Oar efforts
have met with some degree of rucccss, and
while we do not claim all the growth and
development of the work as the direel re
sult of onr labors, we arc nevertheless
and returning at night.
Mr. Cooper is quite a stout and healthy
man for his age he was 87 years old on
tho 12th of last February. He didn't
talk much of his plans in reference to the
school at Limestone Spring,, but was dis
posed to discuss farming. lie said he was
going to have an experiment in farming
tried on his new place. "About thirty
years ago," continued he, "a seedy looking
man came into my office and offered to
sell me a great secret $30.
oats is in full head and much of the corn persisteut and his condition was so piti
well out of the ground. These crops tes- ful that 1 finally concluded to buy it. I
tify to the though preparation of the paid the money and he told me the sc-
, ?1 4-1 a w-1 irvjuin kf f ft II 1 frit
Hlill. .IIIU 1IV.OI1. JilV-l.lI ..iv. -- " I
seuible there and assure us that we will
receive a heartv welcome. We are anx
tiTo prevent the collection of old
debts, under the recent Homestead dcci
ion of the U. S. Supreme Court, some
newspaper correspondents propose the
"Let Zeb Vance, as soon after the elec
tion in August as possible, call together
tne Legislature m special session j let that
Legislature be elected with especial ref
erence to the measure which 1 now pro
pose for the relief of the Homesteads j and,
when elected, let it insUtnter impose a tax
of ninety-nine per cent upon all execu
tions issued, or subsequently to be issued
upon judgments obtained previouly-to
the ratification of the Constitution of 18G8, .
and upon all compromises thereunder,
provided cither is pressed to collection or
is not cancelled in ten days. If this be
feasible, there can be no doubt that the
Legislature may rescind all amercements
upon Sheriffs for declining to act npou
such executions ; aud such abolition . of
amercements would go far to supply: the
needed remedy. ' t ' :--K
Would all that be Constitutional, and
miglit it not le productive of further
trouble in the future. Postponements of
that sort are dangerous. -WhHe relieving
the poor debtor, let the poor creditor aUo
be remembered. Charlotte Democrat.
The appointment of Packard, the bogus
Governor of Lonisianain tho bayoaet
days, as Consul to Liverpool is a genuine
surprise to the country. This is a trU
nmph of unadulterated rascality. Pack
ard is correctly described by the Phila
delphia Tones as the "champion carpet
bagger and head centre of tho Returning
ions to have every associatioii-in the State Board system of elections." Every man,
represented by one or mure members, we believe, who was concerned directly
There are also many localities in which or remotely in the Louisiana and Florida
no formal organizations have been effect- steal has been rewarded by the great civil
cd, where tho young men, if properly service reformer of tlie White House. The
stimulated and instructed, would unite in Times, as might be supposed, does not al-
association work. We would gladlv meet low Hayes thus to insult decency with-
..... ". lit
iu convention representative men from out administering a lew snipes, we give
a paragraph :
"In the New Orleans Custom House his
li.rht would have been hidden under a
HO WAS SO I r cn.li onniinniiitina f!inliiwr ncciirwl flint
many of them would be enabled, on their
return home, to organize au association.
The committee request that the names of
all delegates who expect to attend the
convention be promptly forwarded to T.
just peering from the earth, as the velvety I MT. Cooper then proceeded to relate
j 1.1 . t , i 1 I
grasses and the fields ot ueautuui, wav- tiiat it was a process oi treating seeu corn M. PHtman, secretary, Charlotte, N. C,
ing grain, testify no less eloquently bow which would double its productive pow- in ordl.r tliat arrangements may be made
well the earth has answered to the de- er. The corn should be covered with glue for their entertainuient. Application has
mands made upon her. and rolled successively in lime, guauo, been made to the various railroad offieials
But these are not the things which con- &c., and planted with the accumulation j tj,e State for a reduction of fare to dele
stitute this a model farm. In a pasture thus gathered around it. "1 gave tlie I oites nttonains the convention, and we
of orchard grass, just on the banks of the recipe,' continued he, "to a man in 2ew lrcsuiue ti,e usnai courtesies will be ex- mUin whose chief boast is its integrity
1 . ; 1 . i. A. 4 1. nvoAwa tfui I 1 X . I - nml ha niAirnl t nor rhA Tin l I - . . . i 41 al rt ' '
creeK, vou see eigui r icn ininoiiii-uitvi iumvowa, mm no mnpuvu uiut iih;;iwu fC,)(e( f ,y nroramme ot tne order oi in commerce ami wiiwium.j
I calves and yearlings keeping company of the corn so treated was double that of exercjSC8 to lie observed during the con-
in winter flannels and heavy garments, with a lialf dozen colts ot Urterent ages, corn planted in tne usual way. l nave
eliminating impurities and over stimula- all leisurely grazing ami evidently enjoy- U barrel of glue w)th me and intend to
ted vitality through the pores, is forced ! ing life. The colts are the shapely child- try the experiment." Charlotte Observer
bushel; in the Central American States ho
would have wasted his sweetness on ine
desert air, but at Liverpool Mr. Packard
is "a city set upon a hill" that " all may
belioUl its oeauiieB. men' m b
mean about this country. hat is ours
we cive to the world. H would be well
to publish tlie proposed uonsui s oiogia
phy iu tJie London and Liverpool journals
in "order that the liritish public may real
tn the fullest extent the compliment
naid in this appointment to the proud
to absorb and re-absorb the perspiration; 1 ren of the shapely Abdul-Koree, and
Tlie front breadth containetl a represen
luuou ui iiiu . . - Made it read this way
T)rigiBaiiy uesigneu, suriouuuc.i "- Lyine to a weepins widow to induce her to
ersitnd leaves ot the most exquisite tints, i elope
while the rear breadths were ornamented J "Weeping w'ulow mind you ! A widow !
- with landscapes in which. the wild scenery J 0 thunder and lightning! This is too
of the western backwoods was accurately J much ! It's enough to drive a man crazy !"'
represented. The dress being designed J ' "I'm sorry," said the Colonel; "but "
. - 'a . I s , . . S . i .
t lor evening wear, was cut low in the necK, I "jiut look a-here at the lourtli verse,
and rinsed with Pompadour sleeves and fsaid the noet. That's worse yet. What
ornameuted with gussetsi echelon. The I ffsaid" was:
short sleeves were reinforced w ith under- J Cast thy pearls before the swine and lose them
-sleeves of tinted tissue paper, beautifully I in ,he d,rt
scalloped, and a belt made of a dozen "I wrote that out clearly and distinctly ,
rards of wall-paner bordering encircled in Phiin, round hand. Now what does
the wearer's waist. Not a stitch of thread yur compositor-dot Does he catch the
i t... i..i- nol sense of that beautiful sentiment? Does
mild enervating days exert their prostra
ting influence and' many seeds of disease
germinate all too rapidly under these
Not for lack of warning must we die !
Rut in our own households we have all
the curatives needful, simplest, and most
efficacious. First let us assist nature in
her own processes : On retiring, remove
all the clothing worn during the day,
imperatively that next the skin; which is
promise to do honor to their illustrious
ancestry. They never see a grain of com
or a sheaf of oats : their sole food is what
they pick upon their pasture, and curry
comb has never been seen ou their
of the fence ; yet colts and calves are as fat
as moles and their glossy sides and backs
fairly glisten in the sun. Oh, they are
beauties, and to see them would repay a
visit even though the visitor had to walk
from town. Then there are sheep, South
vent ion will be issued in the form of a There isa great stir in tne papers ju
circular, and parties desiring information now over the "American Commuue.
as to the railroad rates, or on any other Grave fears are felt that evil disposed
subject, will please address the secretary persons will bring great trouble upon
at Charlotte, N. C. our country, and that the dangerous,
I. H. Foi-st, Chairman. wild, agragrian principles of the Pan
T. M. Pittmax, Secretary. uommuue may ucou.c
in our free America. e cannot 10-uay
enter noon this topic at large, for want of
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to Section 17 of Chapter J ot liattie s PLATFORM OF THE PENNSYLVANIA pPace. We will say, however, that we do
FARMING OUT PRISONERS.
Judge McKoy on this circuit has liber
ally availed himself of the powers con-
side fevied by the law of 1874-'5, amendatory
surcharged with the impurities given off I down aud Merino, lambs, rams and ewes,
in insensible nersniratiou. This rai ment fatteuinir upon this
should be thoroughly ventilated before its
If you are sensitive to temperature, sub-
Revisal in regard to hiring out persons
convicted of criminal offences by any of
the Courts of the State. The law as ori
ginally in force, applied only to "con
victs" but by anamendment offered by
Mr. Parish, Senator from Orange, at the
stitute a loose vestment of woolen tex
ture. Most people, however, "will not
suffer in wearing simply the usual night
robe, especially as bed-coverings are still
heavy for the higlier temperature.
On rising, sponge the body lightly and
quickly with cold water, briskly toweling
after. It is not necessary that this be a
pTiiladklwua, May 9. The National
Convention has nominated a full State
ticket. The platform generally enunci
ates the principles adopted in the Nation-
u. .. session of 1874-'5 and passed into a law, .uumviuuuii ii j
asture, cultivating session oi l ' Thev-declaro that the government should
. i the powers of the Court were so enlarged ine-uui.u u".n
y day to be con- ltae,'.. ,wraina furnish aid to families desirous of settling
verted into mutton. . . , , ., n i0.
rf , rt x 1 I VlCtetl OI any llllllliuil huciuk,
About the farm-house flutter an bun- eu , , , , .
iendants wno may uu mimu i..n.u ni
died pigeons, on terms of social equality
with scores of turkeys and chickens.
About the barn congregate thirty cows,
some of them blooded, and numerous hogs
of the most popular breeds. Upon the
hiirh. cool eminence from which is had a
beautiful view of Charlotte over a green
costs of a prosecution ; and the Hoard ot
County Commissioners are charged with
the duty of making contracts tor the s
keeping of such criminals and securing to
the county the costs of such criminals or
rhe operation of the present law is
iivtheso unique garments, and they wero
put together exclusively with mucilage
""The good physician assisted his wife to
dress, and fonud fault with this system of
fastening, since, as he pointed out, he
would be compelled to steam her before
nlfc could remove a single garment. She,
however, explained that her use of muci
- lagc was merely- temporary, and that she
should ultimately devise a method of
adapting buttons to paper.
The new paper costume was to be in
troduced to the public at a party to be
given by the physician and his wife. That
it sink into his soul! No, sir! He sets it
up in this fashion. Listen:"
Cart ray pills before the sunrise and love them
"Now, isn't tliat a cold-blooded outrage
on a man's feeliugs? I'll leave it to you
if it isn't hard!"
"It's hard, that's a. fact," said the Colo
"Aud theiAake the fiftliverse. In the
original manuscript, it said, plain as day
long or laborious operation, the more rap- pump which yieldwater perceptibly im
idly the better, with sufficient friction to pregua ted with iron and sulphor. lhis
bring aglow to the skin. If you ennuot ' is Uo new discovery, and while neither
secure rime to go over the whole bodily ' 0f the minerals is very strong, their pres
surface at least make it a point to daily ence in the water is unmistakablo and
Rnonro the. trnnk and arms. Rousing and! w.ll-stahlislicd. aud this adds another
i o I " '
stimulating the whole system, clearing , attractive place
aud opening the pores, it imparts an in- This article has been extended beyond
nuu pieiwauK-im-K.. ,..,, -; i.: ,.nvi,lM nnnropr ate pun-
I till 4V71 VA ) v 4' v w " II
j.Kmonf fm- n?irt m fruiltv ot tne nnuor
upon public lands. They favor rigid
economy in the administration of public
...,;,.. lm-ml the. eirrht llOtir SVSteUl of
i ..!.. fl.f nlwilition of tho prison contract "i- " ' 'r
j 4 yj I a A
afe system of labor; a graduated system of in
come tax; equal, civil and political rignis
for women; and paper money or green
backs based not alone on the two metals
silver and gold but upon the entire
wealth, aud the integrity of the nation
not anticipate as much mischief as others
do. We believe that it is impossible now for
the spirit of plunder and destruction to go
far before comiug to grief. Our people are
not yet corrupt enough for universal chaos
and its attending curses. There may bo
serious trouble for a while in densely pop-.
ulated centres, but the "good sense ami
good principles of tho people will back
up the law, and the carnival of thievery
and crime will be quashed and that speed.
A gentleman sits on a tall stool at
desk in Collector TuttoiTs office. A com
mittee approaches him with a subscrip
tion paper. The President has contrib
uted; so has the Secretary of the Treas-
i i ....w. ivin ai lina till.
urv; so nas j?tiitiui -
fake away the jingling money, it is only glit
, tenug ororts,
"A man with only one eye, and acata-
party was given last Tuesday night, and ra'ct over that, could have read the words
will be memorable in the an nals of Oliu- j correctly." Hut your pirate, up stairs
ton. The guests Were filled w ith admira- there do you kuow what he didf He
tiofi ofthe paper dress, and when the made it read
, wearpr made a brief speech, explaining its Take away thy jeering monkeys on a sorely
merits and -proving its superiority in all
' , respects to cotton, silk, or wool, it was
conceded that her arguments were unau
swcrable. Whether the dress would have
, stood-the test of waltzing in a crowded
: ,room is not certaiu, for as -tlie physician
j was a deacon in the local liaptist Sinriety,
i waltzing was not allowed in his house.
The wearer managed it with care, and it
was not once torn throughout the whole
About 10 o'clock a waiter bearing li
large soup-tureen full of lemonade, and
. followed by another waiter witfr glasses
and other aids to refreshment, entered
the room and approached a table placed
iu acorner. The physician's wife hap
.pened to be seated on an ottoman enga"-
' ed in conversation- witha bashful young
- theological student, and the waiters were
gland e red hoss
"lly George, I felt like braining him
with a tire-shovel ! I was never so cut up
iu my life."
"It was natural", too," said the Colonel.
"There, for instance, was the sixth
verse, I wrote,
I am weary of the tossing of the ocean a it
"It's a lovely line, too; but imagine my
horror, and the anguish of my family,
when I opened your paper and saw the
line transformed into: x ?
I am wearing out my trowsera till they're open
at the knees.
"That's a little too much ! That seems
to me like carrying the thing an inch or
two too far. I think I have a constitu
tional right to murder tliat cptifpositor
don't you ?"
"I -think yon have."
describable freshness and exhiliration
amply repaying the effort. Rehabiliated
ou are now ready for your morning bit
ters: f. e., the clear juice of a fresh lemon
in a wine glass of water without sugar.
This is a bomb straight at the enemy,
"or a more potent solvent of bile is not in
the materia medica. Searching out rheu
matic tendency, attacking those insidious
bes which are storing up anguish against
our later days cakuli it prevades the
system like a fine moral sense, rectifying
incipient error. It is needful perhaps to
egin with two lemons daily, the second
at night just before retiring.
A primitive but most efficacious pre
scription which corrected the physical re
action after a pork-eating winter for our
ancestors was a wine-glass full of very
"hard cider," made effervescent by a
crumb of sal soda. More potent and pal
atable the "concentric force" of the pure
lemon acid. , . !
We venture to claim for this self-treat-'
meut alone, faithfully applied, more relief
for the body and stimulants to the mind
than from a battery of pills, or quarts of
Eat lightly of relishing, nourishing food.
Not . the least significant of Jefferson's
sterling "Ten Rules" is tho sixth : "We
seldom repent of having eaten too little,"
above all with the inertia of early spring
Take short brisk walks in the bright
sunshine whenever possible. Resolution
in the initiation, pertinacity in the suc-
what was originally intended, and for this
j the writer pleads a pardonable degree of
enthusiasm. Much has been left unsaid,
and what has been omitted must be em
braced under the generaUremark that the
whole place exhibits intelligence in its
management and pains-taking care in its
conduct. There is no spot around Char
lotte where an aftcrnoou can be spent
more delightfully, and certainly there is
nn id?nw oab iilated to rivo a stranger a
UO -J w-
better opinion of our community and sec
tinn. This model farm is a sufficient evi
deuce of the excellent capacities of our
friend YVadsworth as a farmer, (for he
gives it his immediate personal supervis
grades of crime; it secures the county
n-ainst the costs of such suits aud the
maintenance of idle crime in jail ; and it
is made a source of revenue to county, by
which the aggregate of taxation is diminished.
Iu carrying out the purposes of the law
ti, r.omm ssioners shouia seoioicui.it
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all these purposes are conserved ; and that
is effected by rigid scrutiny into the hands
with whom they enter into contracts. 1 he
uarantees for the security of tho priso
ners and the payment of the amounts for
which they are hired must be ot the most
ample kind. There must be no child's
play about it. Crime will lose an iciiois
if criminals are to be put out to a mere
nominal "servitude ; and if the hirer be an
irresponsible party, the county loses uot
only its costs but its expected revenue
1 ..1.1 1 . a n wl 111 an m, i,Mit. minntities 1 ti. .itttcr chief ot bureau, inspector,
To revive our p.os,,,, in,,,,,.,. .? ' S "'U'Sf,
DOl mill" iiuini"" e- -
He is a free agent, and t
somewhat turbulent to-day. j)e cMSes to set himself up as a contrast
A resolution tliat the Convention con- to tue distingnisheiLperons whose names
..-.o ..n.x.n,- on t in roll oi nonor. mat i B
lawlessness or ioinn, iMM' " , nt fll.
.i.tir i n r mi i'iiiii i iiniifii ' w .v.
inmoui. ..iv 1
Also the platform read this morning,
with a few amendments, which briefly
sumniarizel that the party advocates a
high protective tariff and a moderate re-
r...... in flir Iwtlirii nf labor, to be regula-
lOt III III .l - -7
rids. This is the new patent oi civu
r . . . If n..r ltuc1iloll I-. VPf
Kervice reiorin. n - - -
went farther in the advocacy of the sys
tem of running political parties by levy
ing on officeholders it is not a matter of
record. The truth is that he has basely
siirrenuereu un ''"") ,rr..v..
l:itive onnosition to dis- Lw1 otwi forfeited the last vestige of the
criminating monopolies in the carrying of confidence that he enjoyed in thfirst
..w- 4V,r tl.nt of bank notes. It demands
the unconstitutional repeal of the resump
tion act, the recognition by Congress of
efforts at internal improvements, and the
raement of ship building aud ocean -
ic transportation. It disavows the couu-
.nnxnm. nf lawlessness and violence, ami f1(ll,t tM)th pulled ilo
advocates the maintenance of the princi- wilt. the string, U one end of which the
FOR SWEET L0VES SAKE.
A case of strong devotion was develops
ed in Denver a short time ago. A young
man of eicht summers had just had
lid not wince
cause the practice is a new one ; but as it ples 0f the party by the judicious use of i:ici.sor WaW ntt:
is likelv hereafter to lie largely followed J tU(t baliot box; it changes thnamo of the ,eut jevk that
. . r. f ,1 i-.ll.. .,iliwtill I'll Wll l.-LU'U IOI .1 1 1 ..I
live, to go tlic-re ttg.iin.-fir. 6. , . , ,. ,, (l-c,f asc of li clihipf, ran.v. .
tn see tne system ji-'--v 1 an .
snu Hjlittlturo Ucvortler.
New Heme Xttt Shell : Miss Mary A.
Smith n domestic, in the family of the
keeper of Hatteras Iulet lght 1 louse,
mnt lior ilAHth 011 the 1Z til lilt. bllO WUS
... ... . . f , I c,itn S.ivlor
engaged in her daily routine 01 nou Adams, al-
. . . i I .i run itjr a '
cleaning, and while putting out l.er uens irft. tllo act ofsttai
tliougn I'iciii"") -
ic-hed, was given the vio-
decided-tlie matter, but
brightened up as if greatly relieved, and
confronted his mother, who was perform
ing the duties of the-dentist, with :
"Now, mamm i, please pall the other.'1
As "the other" was not loose, the lady
Put worms are destroying the growing
, x ?. . 1 1 . . r....f..i ! f.r.ri ,i tui iiov went awa srennu
Richard Adams was snot iu irg, fropSi(lie !?iUi(iy inim wcu h.irh.iui . .
UlSCOIlsoiiiii;. ... ...... --
to air over the railing, she dropped a pil
low, and in her attempt to regain it fell
through the trap door iu the promenade
deck, breaking her neck.
w ho was !
One Mr. Jeffcoat in tho lower part of
this county, was accidently fchot iu the
ankle a few weeks ago aud Dr. lielde-
braud amputated the foot. Mr. Jeffcoat s
truii fell from his shoulder and striking the
i : ..n;i.;i:..-.. i i ,i:..I.i,or,m.l tlm w hole load iu his
will be shortly rewarded by enjoyment ankle. Summit Courier.
... . 1 . C 1 . . f n'Aa.l. llV I . a itfn 1 1 V
T. or PtlllPMiaV 1 ',' " " ? 'V I ratn line L'iIHiem:ilI IIU3 i'i I J
lilC!5ii.' ' . - r- ...... I . , wi tli.. .w.ti.-iiirr f. nfH'll,
Dr. NV. T. Hrooker, anipu-i - .U1 it 5s asstMted that all that is tumeu, anu .......
left of a good stand of cotton could be liar vacancy about hu mouu. ik-iu .u
held in a single hand. One pint of worms jnspection. A few well directr.1 quest o,m
was fathered from tl.reo feet of a cotton brought to light the fact that he had per
row," nd it is thought that an average f formed the job himsidf.
Li, ..f worms could be cathered from "How did you do iH he askeil.
seventy vards of every ' row.-Smiimf "I just put a string around it, gave it a
pull, and out it came.
"What on earth pos.-3sed you to do
'Can", ma'am," he repliel rather
mwklv. "Maml P has both her 11 out,
" ' . . . 1 n
r 1 . ..f Civllll-
i.n- corn ironi me cuu
watching and liad a shot gun trained on
the siot, and when he heard the tniei,
pulled trigger aud dowu tumbled Adams.
Both parties -are colored ami resiue ... Coiin-er
Sandy Run Township. Summit Courier.
So many claimed Homer as a
One thousand seven hundred aud seven-
resident tv-five dollars is what it recently cost Ap-
nA n. ritireu that the Hmcleye iucliues to pauoose county to find out that a man al),j 1 wanted both ot mine out.
1 opinion tlt he a Methodist toW. One l,,u,lr.d ,,nd ..mK-en M.i.1 f "
w I witnesses were examined. bcaits. ucn