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SAIISBUEY, ill. C, AUGUST 7i 1879.
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BEST SIX CORD.
; I r' FOR
jlachine or Hand Use.
FULL ASbUitA jiti r ur
M muck land aa his neighbors choose to - some good sense w a HUMOROUS
lay out for hiin under the valuation clau
ses, so tliatrlie says, creditors have suf
fered niore than debtors. I also made the
j acquaintance of Mr. D. one of the prin
cipal residents, also of his sou and some: , , ' , ,t , i vour mindi with.imni'actWL iispW . : ' . . U' 7
other gentlemen. Messrs.:.- cliimed i le"Da? U1f wing V Pen If iiflf T, 1MJ ' ,i" rI " 7t "-7.' - "DSi01 lingers and baggage into
to hold their land under royal grani, and ot " U ncle J ack Mara bank&'I to I
are Episcopalians, but I understand there 'nephew, is worth reading. We copy
ftio cuujparauvwiy jew , x.piscopaiians in ! jj
2torth Carolina, which was not so ariato
I cratic in its origin as Vifktnia on the
one side,' and South Carolina on. the
other. : . 1
; Besides the few blacks who
possess farms of their,- owni; very many
own houses and small patches of land
ent farmers, and these men work as1 hired mencement exercises." I notice with
limberS aild ColOrS, laborers besides cultivating-Mieir pitches, pleasure that your name figures hon-i
i near do conipiaint mat tue uiacKS aoouc -rorauiy uu mis eiauuiutc junnumr re- ;
him are idle. There is no decrease in mm. and I doubt not that friends
Ai WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
' jrjfrttz and 3Iendleman,
sails Dury . u.
, FROM MY JOURNAL.
From the Kaleigb Observer .
inspirations that you have and reluctant, the new era of. radical I green, the
gathered dbring1 yoar Academic cirecr thought and irreverent nalv:,!i f T- T T' , . f I "tt i"1"1 the ionVheat,
wi. ofteafeerrhLhessinolemea- to?
, As many new "gradaates" bf . Col- - V T"' S . .! V ' .bttai low the snmmit of the Kidge. Here dUUnoe. ond A UftTJr,,.;
legos bavo but recently appeared in "" "een a ! rocesso, mung ana progress m.ghtily astir ; but we'a ightfed and watched the transfer chsrre of tIMm,.Km:i .
a very agreeable companion -After .
downwards for sev- l
thought, the en cmeer i
part, win potstandjywv. instead ota thoosand. 'voices .beat the air. wm now directed I- imaWh . on.lTk L ;r!?T:
quality fbr w W4h: Inowi no; betto filse, some of uncerUinsoand, FoH overshoei and moant ourrches once wa iTim ' t&ed iai
name than tnimntiAn,r lh wnnl I vnnwtf u.. u. .u a; i. 'i.i 1 i , . 1 . . I vireu,. ( XO ttT
; j - o. ".t ' i'fu"T'i UVIU " vue umv laiui ' im a j more.
deserves a 'piacej mo ir
as the thing demands a
mental constitution. Jof everv ' snooAfis. I Tnuil i SlvAn:.:. .'. I j. . . i . . .. . I . ,
7 7 7 - i i t j .wuiaiu 19 au unwoxxny uoree. in a men cut ia tne side ot the o -;.tii mmt
raM- A4 10 f r:" - "lumcr" Business wnn me so. tnll ot potential, tunnel. .UMr, c i u a , ' w r Ln hn. :.;tLit
ence between knowledge and wisdom, usefulness. Prove all vou can. hnt Rnnn nUn ;n. u AaL l 1. .rA -
. & d a - 1 own uiiii ui kvue iuul ui uih - mnnnrjiiii
the Macon Christian
MyDearNephew: I am told that
you are about to be graduated, and,
indeed, I believe I am indebted to
you for a very handsomely made-np
invitation to be present at the "com-
eUnquisU oar euitoriai space ro- .qW tUe black wtmien w U not Uhonld nrPVPnt m frnm Rhrlvin!; hv
sir George UampDeila meiuoer 01 Work: thevlik. to eoiir the! White, fen V r- , IU J J.
attenaance my unequivocal interest
in you and your day of triumph, I
have determined to send youi; by let
ter a few words of suggestion which
vou may not be aisincimea tQ; receive.
There will be no lack of coosrratula
tory sentiment pressei upon you, and
T .! I f '
their numbers, but owing toj their habits flmJ kJnSn?onlfi will feel a iiist com.
tliflV ai not nnw inrt5i!BJriof na -fAaf na I . II
- , . , v f xl T. placence in vou when you come to
tliev nsfiil tn. nnr un fjisf. oa then tt-lntpa I r .. k.
The disadvantase in reiranl to labor in Pla ouc Part iu that "last lceo of
these parts is that the female labor, which all" in drama ot Uoilege JitcjL Aest,
was largely available in slave times, is
You w.H oot at oned apprcc,ate .t, do not worry oyer what is too large nea again the eoginc came.to a halt, and the rfde down was deliittfuUt
but the older ym groW.n experience, r your slate. It can stand over, and! the. Word-was given "You must reached Henry's just i time to enjoy 'rS
the. more g yow.H come to Honest work fbr high ends, candid alight hee! But how I We could one of Mr, Sprsgue's excellent dinner! '
see;in that balfiverse of Tennyson's: earnest belief in Christianity's God-L not see oor hands mnch less ; know m.s mi i..Si .Ja
i - . .. i ' i"J " "wn uaviug vUUwlUUcU VUU
"Knowledge comes, but wMom lingers." tfiese are the noble dualism that will where to jut our fleet V At;somedis- penitentiary fare was too" rough for,
You will be j disappointed,' too, as fill your life fullest of the best thai tance ahead convicts . were at work us; , " , . i
however, imperative engagements j10 e 11 reuire to accomt U V to men'
should nrevent me from shriving bv PHTh WN seem to yoUow.very matj ! And now my til
dav to sr ueoigo vj. worb tbey Hke to copJ tlie; Whites So this
tUh raihauent, wuo spent some r tf and preachers have takn the
thbeMth q ia xoi viu x gide of the womeir TheJ cook aB 4 Wft8h
ila tells vlati he saw of us in a and do household work, but, excepting
tnotlttlier-acpniphinent. the cotton picking at the pieking s'eason,
j . i 4 . ITl- rt A ..till .11.1. - L i
will seldom do field work. ;
Those of the lower class IT whites who
have no energy to rise above the position
of hired laborers are no better off than the
tU mor airreeaoie vo ur reauers
.iiikvtliincr that would come troin our
: JIT S1K or-vi'j' y
I noticed .niayr miseraoio uuw ocai
tJred ibout iu au isolated way among the
aind tlie woods. wlhey seemed to
MiufllUy ot one paueru, aim were hi
liitefl both by white people and by
black i'l reraarkea to myieuow-pusseu
eal tbe wretchdHess of these houses,
ml ilpv admitted i that the cottages are
celtiuiily very poor ; but they say iu the
. . .1 i t . f A
Suuli iHiopieaie less ijj uccu ui guuu
ki5il,"ns te climate is more favorable.
I amldrsta(l that these isolated houses
lave becu uuut; 8iucetne war. ueiore
tlie Var the; people at any rate, the
Wacki used to live together in planta
tiiiu ettlenients. Since the war both
vliitfs and blacks have got land who had
itkodlfore. The two firsfracquaiutaneea
Itmiiie both! came into these Southern
parts with the Federal army, and stayed
jpyeim of the war. Une 01 tnem is au
bgliblnnau ; they botli seeui to be on
xt terms-with the people with whom
tljey are eugaged iu' cotton buying and
ih-li pusiuess. -
illli the cottmj fields I several times no-
tkw uliite ieople at work, but the ma
jority, of the cotton cultivators seemed to
k black. "White and black children
seemed friendly enough together, but in
termarriage is prohibited. It seems,
losrerer,-that there has been a good deal
jf.iDtieriuixture-if races, and many of the
(HoreJ jeoplerare not pure blacks. -1
ave Jieard it said with much truth,' that
aince lit is so there is much ground for
Bjtb wy travelling acquaintances, though
4 sa'iie sense carpet baggers themselves,
spak strongly of the evils of the carpet
ag:ovtrumentof the Southern States.
KafleL'h seems to be a pretty country
p with plenty of llowersand good veg
ftati.in. . il went to the Yarborough House
tiote,t which I found coinfortable. Kcad-
uiiv 1 ! "IT
blacks, and are not paid higher, but by lu
far the greatest partf the hired labor is offer you what is far less gfjateful to
black. In the town, laborers get nearly the roseate confidence of youth-rsome
using miner's lamps, and lights being ! Such a mnddy individual as I was!!
time is up, and II brought from that qu rater we descend- On taking a' snrvev of mvsMf after
ter of course results. You will be as have said enough in this hasty but en safety; Stepping from silLto sill reaching the hotel I was not surprised
tonished t find how Jong it takes to hearty fashion. Take it to hearth, and at one time forced to climb on that the President of the road did not
make you j: patronymic, modified- by sind, if it mean no more to you, at and walk across some flat cars which wish me to Idine with him even at the
your initials; jsignificaut above the least let it be the earnest of genuine stood in the way, wefat last reached a penitentiary. To our great regret he
rank and j&lej.of Smiths, Browns, elt interest in you, which I shall be glad place where some convicts were pick- was called away that eveningl , I lia4
ai. ii, is nuuauic cuuugu iuab con-p w iuauuuiuctcijr jjtau- tug ouu,uiuwg ai asiuep oeuoiiwii nopeu u outain irom mm a map 01
VV V "VfttirjlflFfrfirnoo unnla ! I enma fi 1 1 n 1 1 1 1A HaiijI a v!! mm mm .l m -
a dollar a day j in the country they are
hired at eight or teu, dollars a month with
a house and rations, or fifty (cents a day
without rations. 1 hear complaints that
many of the white people go Wst in
stead of improving the lands at home;
many oT the Highlanders have gone) West.
Here also I am told that the complaint
against the negvoisthat, though generally
willing to work, they are too much in-
advice. Afterthe feast, physic; land,
so, after the music has died away
and the curtain has fallen,
lights are gone out, you may find it
not unwholesome to offer you j mental
digestion these avuncular pellets.
You are young, your pulse beats
the music of health, you have a well
balanced mind and a fair sjiare, for
rlinpvl in tnzn hnlirfavR nnil iimnsfti thfim-
selve That is said to be an objection your age, of what is rather indefi
to employing them at milU and! places nitely called culture. You cpme into
"the great battle of Ife," as certain of
without ever thinking, in
where regular laborsis required..
They are apt to go to church-meetiugs v p commencement orator will sav.
or to market the produce of the r little j. . d nQt the light bf a possible wife
for them, but 1 do not gather thlt they Wlth earuest PurPose and f he most
are very drunken. ! I sanguine nopes. x on ieei uic conui-
Governor Vanciei bugh a tions oi success in you, aud, it you
Democrat, comes from the j western- hill follov"the right line of conduct and
"thine own self be true they are in bl?od aMd--don't -wink at me you yidual stood gazing after ns, and my V " ' " , " 7 " "
Blood, brains and bottom, (es- sly, yourg dog!-the usual course of conscience .smote, me for not remem- u iu r XT
country, aud' both" he and Mr. C. aud oth
ers whom I met. seemed to be very well
they often made the best farmers! and pecially the two last) cannot easily
generally the best laborers; ! The Gover- be set at naught. i3ut tbey have got
uor says, that on the whole the black re- to pull, a straight course and! bend to
preventatives sent to the Legislature are tue oar if they cross the victor's line
fairly selected; illiterate tliey are, some w;nnIno. t:mG, A11 nn thk scaie cf
a ji ii j; 1 T i. .1 - I O
oi iuem are quiw wen uisiioseu auu bcu- i, L mi a l
... - . - i-.. . .v human undertaking vou will nud
8iule. tie instances as one oi tno oesc a i . . ... L. ,
black canenter who sits iu Ithe Legisla- that it is work that wins. Isn t one
ture, and when -not so eugaged works well of your honor-men the fellow that
at his trade. Most of the skilled trades showed so slow but sure in freshman
are in the hands of the whites, but there vpnP 9 'Haven't the eves of f the class
are black carpenters, blacksmiths, and . (1 , t, . h f t -
bricklayers, and the whkes have not at- ,r . T . , .
v ' 1 I I M.MMn.i...M nA.Kioinnnn V I SISMl't CUV tllO
temnted to nut them down.! In the last . - y
State assembly there were 8 o& them in hare can t beat the tortoise if he will
the State Legislature. None of the State keep running, but he can't run the
race and sleeprat the same time. Those
over the" face of which flowed a stream in regard to it.
of clear ! cold water. We clambered My-traveling companion had oncer '
or rather were pvtted up this bank and passed over the "Horse-shoe bead"
found ourselves in a place which look- on a railroad in western Tennsylya-
l litb lnnn n.l Un t m . 1 1 I ttia. fllld fihft tfAVd ft' ft fllP fin! Ill ATI
W.i . - ' . . . . i v u iuut; tiaiicv, viic idui j-1111u it i j r- o - , -- 'r'
irhnnf onir avnanfatinn rt mnalinn il O O t r O I . . T ,
fv..vj vrvvv.v,u t i u J; . t i i ; that the views nn nnr marl wam fnllw i
the skill of. my friend, Mrs C. P. Si, ,f , . , , - Mn.A ;n heantv to thoa nn fW tA
. mUio niu tuc uuuuiaucupitiiiui i j - w
the last and longest tunnel. Word except that the cliffs are not so high.
was sent ahead to bring hand-cars and To all lovers of picturesque combina
presently we could dimly see that they tions of art and nature, I recxminend
were at hand. Taking our seats we a triP over our Western 1ST. C. Bail
were cautioned to lower our heads in road, and a stay of several days at
order to avoid being struch by the and around Henry's in-order to en
beams overhead. The cars were very jy an fully- take in themany beau
muddy, but that was a trifling circum- ties of the scenery. And there are
efnnno nnrl in a four m inn f na nra omor r few men who have such rare ODDor-
Hn va" was nnovontfnl no it u . .:. I . . ... m . . . .
, w. , H'frnm;thA flFlrnPSj intn flio nnpn tUDltieS Ot ETlVinff DleaSUre tO tLElt
quiet country throush which we pass- i . a - o u..r: w:i
I k now nothing of your aSuirs of and most of the inhabitants Vere l" " "J.. 7' 70:
heart, but the on dit does not seem 1 i,.,i a--.ic.:. r. 1 run- i a our graunta- r- . "
ineredibld heu I remember your U,-the train moved aWay ftom "C- t "O0plbed th. top,
finc readir sensibilities, yor quick i,wba gtrtkm" lonely loldDg ln P"? T'' ,
iii.i m.L ,iJi. .:u Mi. ' I.. . . . I 6. 1 I Single exception, we were the first la-
strange nejglect of the public weal, of
nominatinjg you for the- Legislature,
to jpay nothing Of losing the ppportU
nity of securing in you a brilliant
young Cohgressraan. And you such
a good scholar and flueut speaker too!
Sid vita.- common i metre ! Suffer in
silence. It is infinitely better so, as
will appear to you later.
A word as to a: matter of impor-
it n A -v . r f 1 1 : n n rl 1 1 ft T vmMMs.nM r P I
kuiiuc cis rvu, auu uiUi a. iniamuG. uti i .1 . 1.1
. u ' ,f i , . auee otners to come in -ana taice a
T..I A T:Um mm C I .
,U.,BU !".."? , U1 . share in such enjoyments,
followinglthe apostolical succession Of j w1 1a(s o.. .Ir nf Wnii
yonr ancestors, ss to , speak, you will t . j m.
i ,-' Ion a. brio-h t Riinnv dav. I nA nrift tn
X GLIMPSE OF THE MOUNTAINS.
From the N. C. Presbyterian.
in descriptive narative I should yet
like to attempt to entertain some of
your readers by giving a slight ac
count of some incidents of a late moun
tain trip hoping by this means to iri-
to those whe seek such entertainment.
blood aud -don't -wink at me you
such t hiivrs in the fam v. But t L.: o us-L muuM WA tuc tuuuei au S1U wa3
was different in our day, lad. Oar hi, home there and might have beeb d'-B Jth flat-cars loaded with
ottum cun dgnita(e had its pro,, tU, cheered by exchanging greetings with "tr"? T ,
o . ,ih,r Ka ;a cnn, nni , f comfortable seats on these sills and
as our datlv work lias its SDur now. i,i v.:,i tl mmm4m
I' i: ! r iMBUlU U.CUU. lWWVUUJBWUHi.W :1 . I..x1.m- :m
m.. 1 k...' .m..m m;j K 1 Tf T U - . ... . "! were laneu a iniie or iwo iunuer into
and but; never mind that! If I were food for melancholy thoughts on "lost rj. t r u i
fw.,f' .in.i x- u' i ........ m tsancombe county, as far as the track
young as ;you (but alas! time takes opportunities" which have forever es- l , w r, , , . ,
no backward step) and had my way baped us. The Catawba river bright-
to make in the world, as you have,il
was laid. We wandered about seek-
Root Crop vs. Fallow. Tho
old idea of renovating the soil by a
season of rest, after two or more simi
lar and exhaustive crops have been
grown, is fast going out of date, and
the root crop is taking the place of
the fallow. This . change is a great
improvement, and means a mixed
husbandry and rotation of crops, in
I 1 !! ft .M -r tl'fl I
i 1 1 11 rr wi in nnwprs imin n ainr w 11 son 1 . A - . - . it
cried our landseane. hut we were eon- i f " . . J . place 01 tne Single Crop system, (WUICO i
. . : - - . . I r ' I wo a or loisnro tr ottnnrl tn nc o rrn l n I . . . . . . .
should gp very islowiyand prudent y stantly disappointed in seeing scarcely ' rp7" , " 7" should be practical only in a new (
about tbdmltteV of! marrying. It is Uy wild flowers-we . were several urning through the country and perhaps .not, always
a serious kteii. and one'that cannot be tnn U c, A n rulu guueu there.
ou know what Bacon passe we kept a ookout for "the
us! on foot across the top of the Ridge,
Study your own interests closejyt
c. l . 1 P a 1
.. ..... I si 1 SI I ir 1 1 "S If XITILIllir llllJlAi' 111 - li;ivki.
nng the matter about giy- fountains which at last appeared to U , rtw nn,, pn ..u i ' and do not spend your . time in elect-
jug the local papers iu the evening, I saw
tliat bost of the seats in Congress for this
f wtd are contested.
fenci of auy great bitterness. In the na
noticed an account of a locarcoun
ty meeting for Wayne county not a pop
Wai beeting, but only of county coniniis
iioners, who arex tivoju nunber. The
atjct8seem. very like those dealt with
Pyolr local boards. I remarked the fol
lowing. The poor .house and paupers ;
flie cbauty goal 5-roads aud bridcres, and
TOtioumeut of labor :: iu these States
euaabitants" are bound to work the
foaili. on the system which used to be
statute labor' in Scotlaud; spirit
Nmics valuation of property j registra-
ftiOn it rnlflN .MJJM-Li-..i.M.' i i
(""j uiiniigciucui ui scuuuium'
i appoiutaieut of local constable on
iai vacancy. It is mentioned, that
are. aiue niumfi a i n th a nnnr ln 11 aft
L ' i-. . . . rr -r ' rr -
Judges are black, bujt some pf the county
Officers are. There is a black Jrosecu
ting attorney at Raleigb, but . he! is not
of your classfellows whose college
course developed tbem into sys
tematic workers are those that have
... - i
most profited by it, whether they
-,r"? 7 : .? . PUUUW4IU8 WIUUU a" appeaieu iu n rtw nml fhpn wn
,ng a hostage jto iortune A little strike us with their grandeur. We f , 1: PPm;n(rW :nst ing presidents, governors, and other
patience and you will be able to give regrettd to miss a fine view of the bGneatli small officers, and in whittling stora
the hostage and laugh at fortune. "Black," as our travelling companion Ijt 0n tlie top of the mountain we toxes- Take your time and make
But Sir Francis's sagacious observa- could not tell us when and where to sited a fish hatching establishment calculations ; do things in a hurry
tions are worth your caretul attention Iool. for At a littje after 6 P M., I Kpinn(r:n(T ,fl.tiie tt s Government, ami keep your mind as well your body
T Irnnw t hat n. slender income I : i a u.n'. u W
----- - - - i vt? iirnvMi 3.ii jieui v a 1 11 liic ileal l via rhA v- m k. . M,t. . .nri - mm M.n enftni nil i tuj mv t wu
j- - ' j ; -7 4,uv UiXUj uuuv Uliu suiuiuu cvhjvv
very good. In this State blsxcks
I lntnl fr n eA m. A tl l-lika O 1 ll il r QmU AV-
did not see evi-1 , .; 1 . . s
. v ....u : - , i . 1 I 7 : i j a .! T .1 lnrL-a lir onniirrli ann tn finnrA in thfili'L. : ' ' i i-. 1 J I.Li . - . '- . .. .
is still a very scrong socjai prejudice come in lor lueuouura. ur.uyu a uu . r-& -r - -y-iuie niouuiaius, wuere we wuuu wu. i yey enough; one can Hardly imag- Qn last Saturday Dr Kamsay ex-
against people with any tinge otcoior, not bell ve with some observant peo- nioonngqt oi youiuiui romance, uuu f0rtable rooms, excellent tare and a ine a quicker movement than the tracted rom the W iust bdowthe
esjieciallyjamongladUes,, .wuld.not e that valedictorians and fi'rst honor n the '!e airf of her inspiring pres- bost courteous host. We were much Spring" with "which they sei the kljee of CaDt. FrvV babr one-half ofV
for their lives sit in the same room with " ... :ii ftftU, enne. vou! feel as if the vulvar wants jLj vfotM- w;icrtr, k'; - $. , r. i ?X ?U 8 .
i ,i ..;! t tw tk.t til. nn.. '' u,a,k0 "",U1C "4 ""w" I " i-' I "' 1 . . i"Bopc w iiicK miaojv h j.ouu, i iqqq wiiicil is lurown to iuem. nese ia needle. The next dav the othijr fiirtta.
it tuiuicu IU.1U. i aui iu vm. . v r I . mi ' I ..irniii 1,T int.lrl nauo- nvnlA n .1 . ( il T J -fxl. 1 J I i . i - . I : "V -
..uuIj u :M-.,k i.a 4O6t-C01iesrates careers. Auey ; very , pv l T fresiaent oi ine xwoau, wuu whom we .ihoia have a stream oi clear water ,1:0. 1 a.j .rni:
emor was vuiiijcu 10 guo uu um iw-cp- j - :! 1 i I !-r ? i it. ' 1 J vi... I I T Tr -s -r" - . noa uiowtsicu a nine lunct uuwu
KIomI- ,m,KmPB nf fi.A TmsinfiirL for if 5 IJfo inrl fulfill thftlr ertrlv urn- ' are UOt tlie mail. II 1 knOW the blOOU, 'V-e iJ fJmo anil old friends- while 1 A.I1.' .Ivll .r'-hAAant1n --lkt1 . . l . -( wr tnll
Vf ; white aud five colored and then
notice "of r small allowances grau-
j fet ia the evening I. went to a Dem-
they came no whites would comc. The m;se. 3ut depends altogether, genius
whites have agreed to accept tne oiacks :na. nn whether or not thev
..- .mm 1... .ninl b- 1 " '"-J
be steadv workers. Labondoea mn-
purposes.7 inis Jstate was ongiuany cu- ...
tirely against secession and! war; j It was at, if your classical sensibilities will
formerly a verf Whig State,! and although J allow the expression.
afterwards the Demociats prevailed, wnen y destined, my dear boy, to
ai. : i i.m-mm.. im Vmk mJ.1 a.,AU I ' J '
Uie uuitnci ucinvcu iuc .iviui turn nuuvu i . l a a
xr 7 , i a- i some disappointments incident to your
came, North j Carolina voted entirely ou . '
against secession till Lincoln's bilitary entrance on practical ine
measures for the coercion of! the South ex- I cent from the college rostrum to the
cited the opposition of the more moderate j dusty arena of this work-a-day world
Southerners; then North arolilia took ;g greatt In it folk will 'not make
,-c meeting, but it was very cold, and fu,e ."- s r, 1 '-"V room for you as at commencement.
tljemeetinT i , . aa i i ,P, large numbers of soldiers to the Confed- i .
veenngn as thinly , attended. The ....l Ai, 7f(,t. ! -,Ma n There are very many unappreciative
Clitic ill 1U -mtci vuw vuvv, . i - ir
..o.m.1 iu.,i nf KirrlrnnQa irnpf. hmr ruift I neonle to whom it will make not a
lasted forsome time, and there were Ivu- j groat s difference that you
tmti wein vt.rri m.,,i .
u . - v.j oinilli aUU UI1UCIUUU9UU-
, bile the; orator exposed fiuaucial
'jious. He went in for an extended
, W, without precisely saying that
"pint greenbacks. He was against
Paction. He said that the property of
Jfchusetts is ten times greater than
KXo-th Carolina, but the . United
tio fXatioa 'oHn the same propor
J 1 6ey he sirid, ." was unjustly
kdf and. every thing elso depre-
ft! Tfc 1 cil(i on the Governor of
TervT- nce' ho received me
5ij X viXf an With him I found an old
'irii of Scotch descent, and formerly
7 Proprietor!, Who had at least a thou
. Ys, But who now talks is if he
l razeed. Ho said that what
Klux organizations -against
things have quieted down
Ion I - , n PePlo of thistate is
A terrible flood occurred in, the . Pitts
burg section of Pennsylvania; twenty-
five houses at Petroha werei swept away
and destroyed, and Kansas City was sub
merged ; the people barely escaped with
their lives ; the damage to I houses,'-rail-
Wilmington Star : We se announced
Smith medal for the best essay or
pronounced the most eloquent gradu
ate's oration at your -commencement.
The poUot will jostle you arid step in
beforc you just as if yon had done no
such notable thing. Only in the
community where you live, and in
the local column of the hoine news-
roads, cropsi &lc.t iu many sections, ia ini- paper, will the noise of your! fame find
echo. And most of the fine theories
.... . - i "
you have worked out, and he large
generalization at which you have ar
rived, you will 'find above the practi
cal problems in hand..: Many of your
that Senator Vance is to sbeak
ilnfiiifr the caninaisni. We ihionei
ixntM!! ln'mspif y That U Torn hnrwinT
of a difficult abljut the often acquit themselves handsomely your; bliss. But they could. You sat 0n the porch after supper, talking flAwici:tlirough them,and are beauti- and cut out They have no idea how
s of the LegUature, for if a life, and fulfill their early pro- are not tie man, ill I know the blood, of times and old friends, whije fpW sied by rhododendrons, azal- the needle came to bewhere fonn1
r . A. i . I A 1 . l ft-l-l. . m - . . .
to grow lai unuer ine weigui, oi ouu- our eycs were feasting on the sunset flowering locusts and other moun
gatious hat you ; could not meet, i it o-raduallv faded away be- fn;n f rP aii shrnhs.
Mirandalwill wait for Ferdinand, if j d tbe giue Kidg-e. Finding that A short distance below wq found a Monroe Enquirer: A negro des-
she be the true blue, and you both We intended to spend the next day sit train of flat-cars, loaded with earth to perado, by the name of bimoi? Jones,
will be jthej better for waiting not Henry8) Major Wilson kindly invited be use on the ."files," and took our formerly a section'hand on the (X C.
until your youth j lias lost' its dewy QS to accompany him on his rounds, seats on a couple of empty powder kegs Kail way,, was shot and killed by a
bloom in; the toilsome race for wealth !j;ue at tue Penitentiary,, and return which lay on the rear.car Ivlaj. Wil- white youth neat Charleston, reeeat
but until) yoii are established in such t the j,otei on the evening train. To son gave directions to the" disposal of ly, while attemping to rob a store ia ';
a position as will make the care ot a ii nf this we pladlv assented and on this earth, and during the half-hour wnicn tne Doy was empioyea as cierK,
- i. .i ... .: ' I o I '
family a S happy responsibility rather to the train next morning Maj. needed ;for this, our tram stood on
W offered us a ride on the engine--- some trestle-work, from which spot
so L. took her perch on one side, audi we had before us the finest View, on
I on the other with the Major and the the whole road range after range of
enrineer standinz betwesn us. Ah 1 it mountains receding into the blue and
than a srrindinr stru eerie. Then take
. 0 - ; w w
Miranda and ever afterward" may
the bountiful blessings that Heaven
lelights to crown the live of the young
withal : 'lodge with
aud who i was the onljrL occupant at
the time. ' '
J finally, my- boy
John E. Lynch, a prominent ool ,
ored man of Mississippi, has beenap
pointed superintendent of the censua
i -,s .,r
- r -
hold fast the
was glorious to ascend those grand m sty-distance lar awa into fcoutu fQp that -State, and the Vicksburg
old hills iu such a style. The engine Carolina. Thence we moved on to a Herald, a Democratic paper says Mho
seemed like a living sentient being-- saw-mill where we aiigntea ana sat i js en
faith of youri fathers; not in stubborn and wnen the engineer now and then for a while watching the ' work and
bigotry, but with admiring the views. Maj. Wilson
uessl Keen I abreast of your, age by
all mean, but do not play; Sinbad to
it. j Your times are complex 1 and
troublous, arid you will need all your
State- and he taught those
That homestead law is cer J lows how to niako a stamp .speech
loftcst ideals must heeds go
fore the. battering ram of routine, aud
strength ipf judgment and of purpose
to keepyourha(l amidst the whirl.
Goiie furj the present at least, if hot
forever, is the sweet, oldfashioned,
sarjej sinipiicjty of faith and ofjife
that made itsj well worth while to
fivei a gelneratiu or two ago. With
M 1 - , ', !''
oiare ot trumpets, smiun
j - I
we had not not! yet come. The eU j
trances to the tunnels were draped l
though the rein had fallen from the then led the way, by a short walk, to
driver's hand. Up and up we went, an exquisite retreat beside one of the
winding our way through deep cuts, many I sparkling streams, where ye
over lofty trestles and high embank-! found hidden amongst the laurels a re
ments, into dark tunnels bewildered
at the tortuous course which we were
pursuing, and unable to decide wheth
er the range of the trestles : in sight
across the valley were those which we
had, already crossed or those to which
cess inthe jock, so sheltered by a
craggy shelf overhead as to ; form i air
most a cave. Here we rested and
platted for an hour, until informed
that the engine would soon bo at our
disposal for the descent of the moun
tain. This time we took seats qu the
ie lidertlhat nothing might obstuct the
tirely capable of filling the poei
tion and we doubt not will give sat
isfaction." ' ' " " ..
King Humbert of Italy is troubled -with
a weak spine. He ought to seud
foe Zach Chandler. the man who
fixed up i Hayes backbone. Jndian-
apolis Sentinel, ')' " '' " J"11 J ;
if tlie United States gains npon Eng
laud one more year at the same rata im
has been doing for the past three or four, "J
years, iu the manufacture of the best -steel,
she will oustrip ,that couutry in
tlilat industry. . She already makes neRr-
lylaimauy tons of rail a does iaig-
iaad.-n' - ' 1 ' f' r