. 'Winning: and Ionlngr. t-
"At laut" as the boy said Percy
ami Bob lial quarrelled. Jim Dovfn
Ihg 'knew tiiey would and be had
done !iiv best to bring the quarrel
about.1 He had tried running Bob
down to Percy, and telling mean tales
of one to the other, but his plans had
failed. Either boy would flare up
If his friend's character was attacked,
and when mean tales were told one of
the other he went at once to his friend
and asked if it were 'true, and was
ready to excuse and forgive. v ; ; '
. But what jealousy, and meanness
could not do was unfortunately ac-
complUh through pride and ambition.
A new teacher had taken the village
school quite a young man who,
anxious to urge the boys to tucjy,
promised prizes for, the, best - lessons.
The prize in mathematics could only
be gained by one, and all knew that
either Percy Grahame or Robert Parr
would be the winner. The contest
was so close that both boys grew. ea
ger, and even Mr. Tmesdell, the teach
er, watched their progress with curi
osjty. " :
-Ou the last day of school when lie
annou need the prizes, Mr, Tniesdej 1
gaid, -Percy Qrahame wins the prize
in mathematics, the last problem be
ing correctly solved by him alone;
with that exception, Robert" Parr
stands equal with him
Percy went forward to receive his
prize amid a round of applause, and
. walked back with a proud and happy
- look ; but instead of any congratula
;;' tions from Robert, he heard an angry
l whisper ; fyou sneak J you couldn't
Jiave-done that stint alone
Percy colored from anger Robert
thought the blush meant guiltand
turned to the other boys to show them
bis book and be congratulated. He
f was deeply hurt,jnd jdetermined not
- o speak to Rob until he apologized,
, but he nnssed his friend's sympathy,
and he felt no pleasure in his triumph.
'Why Percy said his mother as
I she tooK the book, 'here is just what
you and Rob have been -longing to
read 'Around the World in Sixty
Oh, I don't care a cent for it j you
may keep it. I'm going; for a long
walk j ' , ."
Mrs. Grahame looked up in sur
prise, but the boy wasgone. 'Off for
Rob,' thought the mother, ' never
thinking they had quarrelled.
Meanwhile, Rob had his angry feel
ings nursed by Jim Downing.
'I'd have showed you the way to do
the sum if I'd been , Percy j then you
.coultUiave drawn for the prize. Mr.
Truesdell told the minister that Per
cy was the best scholar he had ; I
I YeyJirn had heard that; he might
have told all Mr. Truesdell said, that
Percy and Robert Parr were his two
At last Jim had to leave Rob, and
he, too, angry ancLfeeling himself illi
treated, started for a walk. He had
said that Percy cheated, and now he
really began to believe ' and, as he
detested cheating he madejiimself
think he was only be?ng very virtu
ous to feel angry with his friend. :
'I wouldu't ask any one to help me
he said to himself, 'and f f I'd found
out the answer I'd have told Percy.
It's just M:Jira saysPeYcjrtakcsTe
ery chance he can of getting ahead of
'Rob ! Rob 1' called a boyish voice
that Rob had often heard in those
'very woods. 'Rob, wait a minute; I
wan't to tell you I'm very But
Percy heard some one, coming, and he
stopped short ;he did not wish any
one else to bear him say he was sorry.
'Wei! asked Rod, sulkily, I SUp
pose you are going to say you are sor
ryiyouidu't show me how to cheat?
No, thank youl' and thrusting his
hands in his. pockets the boy was going
to pass his friend, when Mr. Trues
dell came in sight. lie saw that there
was some quarrel afloat, arid remem
bering how close the contest had been
over the prize, he stopped and said,
pleasantly, 'Well, boys, you had a
close race between you; which 1ms
really won ?'
Both looked up in astonishment;
had not he given Percy the prize that
very day ? ' ' ' ' r' , "- -"
'I mean which of you has won the
contest over pel f ? ; Can you Robert,
honestly rejoice in yonr friend's suc
cess? A re rnn. Ptivv; Ktt.:
- V,, v t' -"g
. i . : wui'jvuniicjil as II it
were. your own ?' 5 Sjf?' -
The byslookV(l down witlilame
'He says I cheated, sir said Percy at
last, ( ...
Well, can't you prove to him that
you did not?'
Iercy had not thought of that. , To
be sure," he could ' Work over the ex
ample uud explain it. Besides, now
that he thought: of -It he was sorry
that he had not shown Rob how to do
v B6ys said Mr. Truesdell, 'I want
yon to remember that no prize is so
great as the heart of a true friend.
Don't let any tiding break ! up your
friendship; forgive again and again,
but don't ive up your friend unless
you are sure he jis not worthy of your
love. - Xfow, i Parr, what makes you
think' Grahame cheated T
' - Robert looked at his friend's clear.
brighVeyes and iisaiiJr don't think
so ; another- fellow said so first, and I
was mad and said it myself, and pre
tended I thought so; But Grahame
never cheats, sir ; i , . I' '
avfAnd l might?; have shown Rob ray
example ;'i said Percy throwing his
arm over , i Robert's shoulder. 'My
heart wis so set. on ' the prize that I
di n't care for any one. Dorou think
prizes are good things, sir?
'They are excellent things to teach
you to give up sometimes. Life is full
of prizes, my boys, and every one
don't win them;! but the noblest are
those who, having done their best,
can wait patiently without envying
more successful friends, know that at
lastrthey shall receive the best prize,
and hear the -great Teacher sav, 'Well
The boys stood qnite-slill it is not
easy to talk at such times but I
know they must have resolved to be
among those 'noblest' people, for nev
er again have they quarrelled, though
sometimes one, and sometimes the oth
er, is the most successful j aud when
they see others .gaining what they
have stiven for Percy 6ays, 'Ah, 'Rob,
we don't fret, do we? We'll hear the
great Teacher's voice at last." Hope
EvcryAvliere the Same,
M"Aunt A narky dropped inthe other
morning before breakfast.
'Was on my way down town an'
jus' thought J'd come by an' see how
you'se all gettin' along she said ; 'den
I Jbad a few aigs I thought I'd bring
you ez nrose ev'body's hens is quit
lavin' dair s a dozen all but five
'I'm glad to get them; how much
do you ask for them V
Ax for 'em ? Law, honey, cain't
I bring yon a little "present onct in a
while "dout charging you nothing?
Dem aigs is a present.'
I, well knew br experience the nrice
of such 'presents but I graciously ac
cepted the situation and the eggs
and thanked Aunt! Anarky.
'PhronyttoIe me to tell you howdy,
an', says here's a stalk of sugar cane
she -saint -you course she don't charge
nuthin' for one stalk More anxious
rummaging in the Storehouses of my
tlie- basket came JtltreeHears of pop
'Blazy Ann saint 'em to you to
remember- her by ' More .thanks ;
then Auut Auarky js sent to gether
breakfast. ' ' i .. .
'BreaAfus' ? Lawsy, you kint done
et yet ?'i Here is de suii a hour high!
Had my breakfus' long ago and for
got about lP-but I believe I'll step
in an' git a little m6uflenio' lHf u
Putting .her empty basket where I
vjrould be sure to see? it she went bob
bing off to the iitchen, but turned to
say, by way of a joe, 'Pse gwine to
ureen tnat couee-pot, sho
; After breakfast she went away, but
came back in time for dinner. When
ready to start home she happened to
remember that Phrony said, 'Please
m, send her a spool-of thread, not too
coarse an not too line, arid some. quilt
pieces; an' if you've got it to spare,
an ole overskirt . V
Phrony's wants were supplied. Then
Aunt Ahary said : ..,," . vi'
'Blazy Ann say as how she neyer
ax you' nuthin, fur 4at air pop-corn
but ef you feels like sendin' any ole
dress dat un you've got ion '11 do
an some o' your olpr Sunday , shoes,
an' riuff ribr'drd homespun to make
her an apun, she'll be mighty glad:
She's got a dominicker hen to send
you when it's big nuffto be took from
da ole hen.' '" i? ;
!As lar as was reasonable I supplied
the demands of Blazv Ann.
fWhew 1'lsaid Aunt AtiarchK won't
demv gals bproudo'dem- things 1
V,elll've got to be agoin,out yon
jwntsMogie me sotne ole-thlnV ft,r
dem ;aigs. Y'ain't "gbViid twb ole'cali
ker J curt'ns to line my quilt widt
rec knn;3 a enp o rice ai a little
handful o' flour an Josh way tole me
tell you howdy ,'au ax. you fur a' lit
tleWeetnin fur his' coffee ,li A
The memory "of past kindness caus-
Jed the basket to be piled, . but as she
was slowing in the paper of sugar
she said j j I
'Duniio what dat air iriigger want
wi' sugar fur de coffee, whien he ain't
got nary grain
iuJ" , :;
o coffee to' put sugar
TIo "Conch Pari
. Many of thejreadersof 'e JSeteiUiJto
American have doubtless j.frequently
seen and admired the delicately tinted
pink-faced shells which are extensive
y used in the United States for bor-
dering garden walks and rather orna
mental pnposes, out lew pfooauiy are
aware that in the conch . which forms
and inhabits this shell is occasionally
found a very lovely gemj known to
lapidaries as the conch pearl. When
perfect the pearl is either round or eggf
shaped and is somewhat larger than 4
pea, of a beautiful rose colftr, and waj
tered, that is presenting, when held to
the light, the sheen wavy
of watered silk. It is,
very rare circumstance to (Jnd a pearl
which possesses all the requirements;
that constitute a perfect. gem, andj
when such docs happen, it proves art
exceedingly valuable prize'to its for4
tunate fiuder. A good pearl is very
valuable indeed, some having been!
sold, in Nassau for no less a sum than
four hundred dollars. Although ma
ny of these pearls are annually ob
tained by the fishermen in the Baha
mas, not more than one in twenty
proves to be a really good gem, and
hence probably their high rice.
Pink is the most common and only
desirable color, although white, yel
low, and brown pearls are occasional
ly found. Even among the pink ones
there is usually some defect which
mars their beauty and materially in
jures them ; some are very irregular
1 1 1 .1 .!
in suape anu covered apparently wiui
knobs or protuberances ; others are too
small, while many lack the watering,
which gives them their griat value
and chief beauty.
The conch abounds in the
the Bahamas, and thousands of them
are annually obtained and destroyed
for their shells, which forraj quite an
article of commerce, but not in one
conch in a thousand is a pearl found
When this is taken into account, and
the other facty that not more than one
in twenty of the pearls found turns
out to be perfect, it will at once be
seen that a conch pearl will always be
a rare and costly gem. In fact their
value within the last few years has
almost doubled, and the demand for
them is steadily increasing.
Most of the conch pearls found in
the Bahamas are exported to London,
where they are readily sold. A few
have been sent to New Yorkr having
been purchased in Nassau by an agent
of Messrs. Tiffany & Co., the well
Like everything else that is valua
ble, the conch pearl has been imitat
ed, and some of the imitations have
been sold as the genuine article.
Many years ago an ingenius j Ameri
can visited Nassau and conceived the
idea of making conch pearls. I He suc
ceeded admirably in cutting out
the pink portion of the shell some
very creditable imitations. To make
success doubly- sure, he procured a
number of the live shell fish, jcareful
ly Inserted the spurious pearls iuthe
position in which the genuine pearl
is usually found,and placed the fish
iu an inclosed place in the water. At
the-expiration of a month or more,
the fish were again removed, and, of
course, pearls found iu them, several
of which were sold to inexperienced
persons before the fraud was detected.
It was detected, however, and the per
petrator received prompt andaJeserv
ed punishment. Scientific Ainerican.
RBVOLTisa Condition op a PesitestI'
art. Got. Luke P. Blackburn, in his lata
message to the Legislature of Kentucky
draws a reTolting picture of the condition
of the penitentiary of that State. Thcjhave
173 more prisoners than cells. As a neces
sity nearly 350 wretched men are immured
in cells which are but three feet nine and a
half inches wide, six feet three and a half
inches high, and six fe( eight inches long.
These cells, dark and ill-ventilated do not
contain sufficient air to support "one man,
and the death record gives abundant proof
of 4rora tne first ot January last to date
seventy-four have died a fearful mortality.
tThfc governor recommends that something
be done to vindicate the honor of the State.
H U said that Rev. Dr. Bobbit has rais
ed $2,I0(J of the aiiioiiut uecessaryjta clear
Trinity College of debt, , (
' iii''ii -.' i ' s' -
... A sportsman of Indian Wells, Bladen
county, killed eight wild turkeys f at one
shot on new year1 day,; discharging but
one barrel of Iiia gun. i ' iT
- ' ' !" .r ' ' ';!.!: ' -.
..Wilmington .RerteirSarah Jne Rust
died in this jcity Sunday, from the effects
of being burned by the upsetting of a
t . ' 1 ...... . i ... If...:-.
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YELLOW FEVER--BLAOK VOMIT.
It Is too son to forget the ravajres of tUls terrible
ulsoase, wiik ii will no uoubt return In a more malig
nant and virulent form In the tall months ot ls:i.
MEKKELL'S 11E1WTIXE. a Ueniedy di-scovered In
Southern Nubia aud use.1 with siu.-h wonderrul re
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cases ot fever are ioujuI, pauses ram one to two
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ou the Liver and suimach thf IILi'.V ll.NE not only
prevents to u certainty any kind cf Fever and Dlack
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Bowels, Dyspepsia and all M alalia 1 di.s'ast s.
No one hftvl rear Yellow Fever who; will expel the
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using ME&KELL's IIEI'A TINE, which is sold by all
Druiryists in -r cent and i.i! bottle. -or will be sent
oy espress by tne I'rojTietors,
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Dr. Perabcrlon'sSlilliiigiii or'ueu's Dclishl.
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and JSores tliat co'iie fnni ail .n of iuc c-untiy,
are riot only remarkal;le but so ndr.iculous as to be
doubled was it uot for tlu abundance of proof.
; Eeraarkable Ciire of Scrofula, dc
CAK oF COL. J. C. BUAWJN.
KiN-'mK. cja.. September 1.", 1ST1.
; Gents Fr sixteen years i haw ueh a sreat suf
ferer from SonHHla in ii s must JiM in-4in lorms. I
have been coii:l:i.-l to my i.,;m au.i Ue i fur lifieen
years wit n seruTnlous ul'eraiiu. (lie most ap
proved reme lies fur such ca.icn iiuti b"tn used, aud
the iiiio.-,t eailmmt pji.sici ins cui;m;;U'U, without any
decided benefit, 'i ims jirostnaed, OistiVNseU. de
8i)ondiug, I was advised by Dr. Aver, of Floyd Coun
ty, Oh-, to commence f he use of our Compound Ex
tract iHttlilnyla. Language is a.- iusuhicieiit to ile
Sribe tne relief I obtained iroiu the use of the stii
Hnia as it is to e uey an adaquale idea et the in
tensity of my .'suffering bei".re- usin- i-ur medioine ;
auiUetcnt to say, I abaiidonL-d ull ot.a'-r: rciat-die and
eoutinued the use of your Extract of sf i I lliiiiu. until
I eau say truly. -I am cured oi all pain,'' or all dis
eases, with ivH::l:!,' t'o obdniei the active pursuit of
my profes.si.-ui. .!ije than eiy!:t iuoniiis have
elapsed since tnis r-.aat'kab:; cure, wtilioui any le
turn of the dis.-.i.-e.
r;or the truth of the above statement, I refer to
any gentleman iu Bartow County. Kiwi, and to the
members of the bar of I'HeroKee circuit, who areac-
3uainted with m . 1 shall ever reiiiain, with the
eepest gratitude, Yorrr obedient servant,
s J. C. UUANSuN, Att'y at Law.
West I'oixt. Oa., Sept, 1G, 1S70.
' Gents: "My daughter was taken on the 20th day
of June, l sT3, tvith what was supposed to be Acute
ltheuniatisni, and was treated tor the same with no
success, in March, following, pieces of bone began
to work out of the riht arm. and continued to ap
pear till aii the bone trom the elbow to the shoulder
joint came out. . Many pieces or bone cante out of
the right loot and le. The ease was then pro
uounced one of Wiitte Swelli1?. After havlnar been
coullned ab mt six years to her bod, arid the case
considered liopeless' 1 was lnrluce.l to try Dr. Pem
b'ertonS coiapourid llxtr act of sti:iingi3, and was so
well satisiied with its e fleets that 1 have continued
the use of it uaiil the present.
; My daucrhter was confined to her bed about six
yfcain before she sat up or even turned over without
help. She now sits up all day, an t -ews most of her
time has walked across the room. Her general
health Is now ood, an 1 1 believe she y. iU. as her
Umus gain stn'nth, walk well. I attribute her re
covery, witn iHe blessing of Cod, to the use of your
With gratitude, 1 am, yours truly,
. V. 15. BE, ANTON.
AV est Point, c. v., Sept. ifi. 1S70.
Genm-w: The ahov'o eertiilcate of Mr. V. ii. Blan
ton we know and certify w as being truej The tiling
Is so ; hundreds of the most respected citizens will
certify to It. As much reference can be given as
may be required. ; Yours truly,
C K A W FORI) & W ALK ER, Druggists.
UON.I1. 1). WILLIAMS.
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express. Agents wanted to canvass everywhere.
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' Tiieo. F. Ki.utts. Agent,
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I have used llie Singer aud other njacliii:es,
Mbroney& Bro., Agenls American Sewing
Sirs: 1 have uatd tne Howe, bmger,
hines, and would not give the American for
n the circular. 1 consider it superior to all
DEEDS & MORTGAGES,
'ee Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trust, "Mortgage DeedsCoinmissioncrs' Deeds, Sheriffs
Deeds, Chattle Mortgsiges, Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificates
Distillers' Entries, and vuriojis other forms Tor sale at tho 1
SALE NOTICES. 1
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Administrators, executors, commissioners,
call on us for printed sale notices. It ,is certainly great injustice; to "owners to put up !"
their property at public auction without first giving ample notice of the sale. The re-U
juircments of the law on the subject every body know s arejnsoilicient. Property is
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent in advertising nright baTa ;
saved it and made it brins its value. We furnish sale notices promptly and chean.
CARDS, Posters all kinds, f
IIOTCIIKISS & POND, Piioi'RiKTOics.
On The European Flan.
Tlie restaurant, cVife and Jnncli room attach
ed, are nnsurpafst'd lor clit-a jmeps :nd ox re I
lence of service, lioonis oOcts. to $2 per day
$.' to 10 per week. Convenient toall ferue
and oil? railroads.
New Furniture, New Management
On and Off Slick as Grease !
Respectfully annoances bis continuance at
liis old stand in his old line, on ilain Street,
opposite Euniss' Dnir Store. Me is always
readj and anxious to accommodate customers
in his line in the best manner possible, lie is
prepared to do first class work and can com
pete with any northern Shop or Hand made
work. His machines, lasts, Ac. arc ol the
latest ard best paterr.K. Up works the very
best material and keeps on hand ready mad
work, and stock equal to am-special order.
Rppairinfrnoatl v and promptly done at rea
sonable prices. Satisfaction gnarauteed or no
Prices lo Suit the Times.
Cash orders by mail proinptlr filled.
3l.6mos. W. M. EAGLE.
To make Title to Lnnd, anl Lnlorer and
MocliauicR Liens, for gale at this. Office
punp connected with Brown & Verble8 Llvrry ;
"tables. -14 desigrns of Shoes, to suit any
utTano or foot. All shoelnsr on strictly scleatllle prtn
Mnwnnd warranted. All kiiula blacksnjlikl;
Sn'wcribc for the Waiehnisn "'-only $2.
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
Also various oiler blans.
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On! Sewing Macsu.
l?cT?r -Silts Siui-
The Amplest, the fast D, M i
die, ciul in Efery Zet U
overt - cams anu wors uution liolts in anviTuhn'
uscu ouiiific, uuwe anu; -et(l iMueli
MISS M. KLTLEI.GE.
would not exchange the American L
S lisburv, N;.C Mav 2J. 1S7
VVlieeler & Wilson, V llcox A Gibha. Sewinw Vf
all of them. It will do all that is claimed (ar
others I have ever seen.
IIIS. GEO. W. II All It I SOX '
sheriffs, constaWcs, agents, &c.,.,kre advisedio'
war. vcf wast
SI A IS. I W A ll E
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned j at-JJo. 2, Cranio ,
Kow, , l
D i A . AT WELL .
Salisbury N. C. Jnnie Stl. ;S-
tefl to Cure!
ENXISS' CHICKEN CIIBLERA CURE
or money icl'unded if directions are
strictly folloMredL T - . -
PRICE 25 CENTS, at
EXNISS' Driiff StoreT
DON'T BE SWINDLED
out of r
BALE OF COTTON
TIIEO. F. KL.UTTZ
will sell you one ton of v.
For 200 ltsjColtOD, ,
in CTOVS&XXSSXL '
It i the best ja me. Easy to manipulifir
Requires no cottqn seed nor stable manure.
No charge for recipe or right to nse. Equal
to any. $50 guano, r Has been tested, for jer
Call and get particulars and see teslimonislf
Don't be hnmbiigged by cheap imitations, f
Youca get the genuine only from "
TIJEO, F, KLUTTZ, Dkc go ist.
Xo20:ly So!e;Acenf fotKowsn