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1 i Trk-i f.na null IS HJO iiiJUHru-e .
20. "Send me pictures of your
daily life and j sketches of tHe new
people you have around lyou pen
pictures in your realistic, style to
onghten the dullness of my hermit
. Sotyou wrote in your last letter,
dear Christine, and I fell iirtheimood
tqnpbey 'gou now, while I sit waiting
in my best dress of Quaker drab and
watching the animated picture be
fore me. M t ,
i ... .
Xet me tell you something of this
nicative individual, and more than
this she would have told had not the
the daily care of poverty (not her sparkled on her finger, and I knew I i The Southern llom publishes thefoN
own, Dut III a I. oi jmr Miyiuer,y uu uic i mci uuum u otaieu.
little girls come lor me to take themther. How many hpw tVery many, j Sept. Iliave been too sad recent
up to bed. I am tired now, and wilnendithe struggle by lleinginfaithful ly to write, for it is heartrending to
March 14.I have not written fpr
to themselvees and their love ! If Mr. see this girl trying to conceal her sor
Varicc was! only rich,- but alas ! he row. She succeeded well, but I who
a Ion"- while, rav dear, but "I am sure ! is por. Ypu ' knpw in the world's have had a glance behind the scenes
you will excuse me when you hear the estimation, ; j can see the mighty effort she is mak-
cause of my. silence. .. ,J- 4
i The day after the party, which was
quite ' a" sucdess, ' Mrs. L'Estrange
requested 1 me to take my r work
into Mabel's room and sit with her
as she was quite sick. I, of course,
An empty pocket is thj worst of crimes." ixjg. She has certainly made Mr. Clair
and j; Mr. JVance was, ushered in. I j j October. The family have return-
lowing letter :
John Hopkixs Uxivebsitt,
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 19, 1880.
The Unirersity now in its fourth year
has 150 students, one half of whom have
graduated elsewhere. Thirty -nine Amer
ican Colleges and seven foreign Universi-
A VALUABLE STONE. .7
Corundum Mines In thq South 1
North Carolina Takes the Lead.
Scientific American. , ' . . ;
The name "corundum is applied to all
erjstalized alumina. It is tbo hardest
mineral in the world, except the diamont
ties, (the Universities of France, London, J and vrhen in the crystalline fornt and i
Heidleberg, Leipsic and Gottiugen, being
71 j x" H tu: . TT , , ; . 1 included) are represented by graduate
thurify Ai-This morning, happy. , His whole heart seems to be Students. Howard has th largest repre
ile at the table, a ping was heard, given her, and his devotion is rare. . I sen tation five; then Yale, University of
would betraV any agitation. For an married. She insisted that the
went. - I found the poor girl with a instant only, she lost: feelf-control and rrage should take pi acc from her
! liicrh fever, verv excited and restless. ueca,"e ueauiy jjuiesjuui, motners humble Home. Hiverytlnne
f,mIlv ;n wh:rl; j have founa n!v vo-1 1 tried to soothe her, and succeeded, 1 greeting with the others was over, she was done in the most quiet manner.
For daysjBhe has been conhned toUier . 'sv ".Tf'fr
room, with me for her constant com-
& lnn?s infuned and- ijcisoccd h
Binary t have tlie rirM remcuy,
: 14 not J
Bptl)ESPAl OF RELIEF, for
m benien stifle will Bcure yea,
panion when not engaged with May
and Jean. Mrs. L'Estrange is too much
engaged with Inez either to think or
care ranch about Mabel. She seems
to fear her darling will be eclipsed by
this niece of her husband's. I have
sentation fivej then Yale, University of
Virginia and Davidson, come next, with
watched Mabel closely," to see if she ed to their city home and Mabel is fonr eacn AmonS nndergraduates there
thej tlillsboro Military Academy. Finan
cially, the University is absolutely inde
pendent, having, together with the IIop
kiiis Hospital, seven millions. Twenty
fellowships ( $500) are awarded annually
She has returned from her bridal
In the, eyening,i the young, folks tour, and when I took the little girls
started off fpr a ride,; Mr. Vance and Ud 6ee "Cousin Mabel," to whom they
to enable students to prosecute their stud
ies here. These are not confined to mem
bers jof the University, -but are open to
Matjel taking'the lead. Soon after ar6 devoted, I found her surrounded from Vassar, who mirabile dictu, is in the tahala rane of mountains (cue of the
thiss I went out for my usual evening hy every luxury which wealth could mathematical department. A Russian and spurs of the Bine Ridge), and paying on.
path which procure and which love delights to a Jap. also bold fellowship. Besides tuo either side of Buck Creek (a tributary 4f i i
osc summit lavish upon its beloved. She has ac- mentifed; ,a of the Tennessee), at an elevation of from
FJ 'f S;
Colonel LEstrange, his wife, ! their
beautiful daughter Inez, May and
ean (my two little charges), and;
most interesting of all, Mabel play-
ton, a niece of Colpnel L'Estrange,
who makes this her home. This girl
is a study. Outwardly as calm and
placid as the lake we saw last summer
during our visit to the mountain, but,
like ; that lake, with unfiithomed
depths higher nature, and with a
power to oppose herself against uesti-
ny as tnose smooui waves, cuuiu . ., , 4 r- . vounc lover. They! must have left WW hnr that it was not for herself LL i.eu tt. n
t.-i.i r.tr TKJo of norae. ne wuo yicius 10 ubwhciu. . -; , . . . - . oau,.lll.1ju.uo.
UI1U IWU1C Willi liiu Dim in. a-.mjmw, - .. . n nrHoo: n cpotho hpnnt
transparent, constitutes the Oriental gems, ,;y
the sapphire, ruby, emerald, topaz, etc
which are of great value, some even ex-,, , .
ceeding the diamond, because they are .
more rare, it is used lor abrasive pur- r;.i
poses, but as yet a 6ufficieut quantity has ,
never been found in this country ta t&k ,
the place of emery. Jt is much harder
than emery, performing the work in less
Corundum occurs in the great crysolitfti
belt extending from the Southern part of
Virginia to Middle-Alabama, passing in &
Southwesterly direction through the
mountainous portion of-North Carolina, a
the world. One of the "fellows" is a lady jn ti,e Southwestern counties, in the Nan
stroll. I took a secluded
.cu wauu. ..WvU layisu upon jus ueiovcu. one una ac- - ... .,1:i n,. . , , -. , ,- r.
...oa rr,,l TO;l, fl mo 1P trpp M' fiii. j rrii , ri i.um luctuu uituuai wnvo mree to iour iiiousanu ieei is me Bo-caiica.
was crowned with a grove, the trees coraplished her end. The day after Lif.nW,i Wp. attn,i thp ipctnrpa nn Hi- nnr-.. a .i.ui. I,--
w. w. - i 1 . 1 ,1 il J I ' i 1 j - - vuiiunciim iviuuuuiu lit t u v, -nuivu ul
found out how this girl is situated. She of which were garlanded with wood- their marriage, her husband settled ology, and seven medical doctors are en- been considered thelargest deposit of co-
is one of several-daughter of Col. bine 1 determined: to rest a wnue an annuity on Mrs. Clayton which rolled as full members. Several courses rUndura in this country.! It? covers au
r . , . . before retraciner my steps. I had been i;fta l1Pr fur above nressi no-wants. But of lectures are delivered each year in farea Df three hundred acres. TLid ruino
L. rirauge s omy biaier, wu . , , . m ' , T . -: 4 " tri.:. it
m'-- w v
Ancuz ever x-cwt
7eri'-Ccrh'!ic PrJlvo licali burns.
'ilmirtf 'a Carbolic fi.tlee cu ca sores.
j ujj,,, Carbolic .Sc-Jrt? ettrr crttpifpna.
V 'heir!? VnrMto Hnlro heals plutplrs.
- jyirtfs Carbylia Zalvo hcaU hntuee.
' Ask far IJcary'e, kbcI Tao Ho Otlicr.
IdT IEWAEE OF C0UNTZT.1T3.
Wr. i mv Palmate of Mabel fclav- mt things would not be innuencea
ton - t by her against this step, and treats
The L'Estranges are very rich, and Mabel as he does his own children.
entertain both pleasantly and hand- Nothwithstandtng, her home is not
somely. Their visitors are numer-; pleasant: Wliiie her aunt is too iaay-
ous, but IIay, Jean and I are seldom j like to be really rude, yet there are
ore than lookers-on, as we are ex- many little ways m which she is made
pected to take very little part in the to feel she is not on the footing of a
household gayeties. I am, however j daughter in the house.
often with the family in the evening During her sickness and convales-
Witlr my habit of closely observing cence, many were the tropical fruits
everything that is passing, I; may and flowers sent by her numerous ad
Sf m,..:, i here onlv a few moments ivhen I saw fa':ri wnTn h UnrtA hpr W Hopkins Hall nnderthe auspices of the Uas purchasext in April, 1879, by HermaA
W1U0W anu exiremeiy poor, xneyoi- . - j .......... ..... p Untversity-the subject of which vary Behr & Co., and has been worked since
onel kindly took the oldest girl to his through the foliage Mabel and her for gold happy ? Remember when you from tbe Structare of tIie Crab and Oys May, witlfwhat success not reported.
Iu Macon county, N. C, on the western
slope of the Blue Ridge, at an elevation
CUKES IN ONE ISINUTX2.
1 I fK
find something to amuse and interest
you in your loneljness. i
Mrs. L'Estrange thinks but little
Afr. Clair's beinff excelletl bv i
nnnp Jn l,P?r nmfiision. I noticed that , to sFeak but ,,cr
...... ... ....... j
daily, from the gayer and more costly
ful view of the surrounding country
which was to be seen from this eleva
tion. I'waa-an unintentional listener
to ail that was said. Poor fellow! he
was pleading with all the ardor of
vouth for her love, she listening with
! downcast eyes and trembling lips to
I the out pouring of that passionate
I avowal which, had she been true to
her heart, would have made her hap
piness. When he paused for ah an-
1 swer she was silent. ! Twice she tried
she did this thing, but for others.
: Mr. Vance is rapidly advancing in
his profession and will soon rank
among our first lawyers. If she had
W. S. Mooke.
of about twenty-five hundred feet, is Co
rundum Hill, formerly know ns the Caj
lasagee mine. This mine was, discovered
in 1872; it was afterwards purchased fey
E. B. Ward, and worked fur eighteen
The Bankrupt Law. -The sub-committee
of the House Committee on the
Judiciary, to whom was referred for in
vestigation and report the subject of a months by Col. C. W. Jenks, of BostoiT.
national bankrupt law,are hearing sugges- Rumor My8 that gems ofexceediug great i
tiotis as to the fenturesof the proposed law. vaiQe wcre taken out. In July, I878this
Some of these are that the lawshould be minc wa3 purchased by Dr. H. S. Lucas
I . .1 . 4 1. a -fwn a 1 n mr n A I m . m w m ti t 1 L 4?
Durinthc day Governor Seymour strayed as cumpuicu wuu mt iunuC. lor Uie iianipuen winery vompauy, ui
into the main vestibule of Bragg's Hotel, simple in its machinery, more uniiorm Chester, Mass. They commenced mmiBg
and was conversed with for a few minutes i" its operation and less expensive to those August 20th, and up to the present time
The distinguished availing themselves of its provisions. A they have taken out two bundjred tons of
Seymour on the Third Term.
l A SUIU3 rKEVENTIYE OF
(yitagious Diseases Cold. Eoas?ncct,
i , i Pleasant to tint Taste.
Seliavo Dyspepsia and Olounc83.
it i . .'
II firr rOKSAUSUX ALOj JJiiUUUiaia.
jfaHlf P. HENRY, CTJ21BAN & CO.,
; - ! POLE rKOPKIETOBS,
iCollejM Place, ITftTS-Tork.
of airy thing save the society in which flowers, a little bunch of geranum
she moves. The house,at present is
in great commotion, ior Inez's jeigh-
' i .1 1:1 1 1 ...nA
leaves ami my ui iuc vuncj- hcis
chose and kept near l.er. When her
teeuth birth-night is to be celebrated eyes rested on these, a soft and tender
by a. grand party. The guests have light would fiirthem;aiuVa sweet, sad
not yet commenced to arrive. 1 1 am 1 smile would play around her cxprcs
notxpected to take part in the gaye- sive mouth. "Compliments of Edgar
ty of theoccasion, as I am pot so Vance" was written on the card ac-
t fTM . . Ll - J.n.Mn. flmrara wlllnb (MVP
young as l once was. ine gins are uoiujaiiyiig u; "o
looking splendidly to-night. I have . such pleasure.
hv vnnr porrcsrwindent,
J. J 1 . . . I I- : ... tVnf nnrtoin I , . J l.i
irentleman looked remarkably well, but '-uo cornnuum aiso, in wawuug wmo w uiw
tongue refused to could not be drawn into political discussion, acts should be made to constitute a prima dump8 ieft tlieto when worked by Coh
He evidently wished to fight shy of the en- facie case ot iranu, ana mat me ourueu jenk8, were found many tragments oi tne
i tangling alliinces of party warfare. Agri- of proof should bo changed from the cred- orictal gem r perfectly transparent and t
him say ; cuhure thewonderful growth of the Uni- itor to the debtor. The subject of home- of yery brilliancy. Among these i t
ine, anu , R , kindred tomes was discus- stead exemption was discussed, and the an emerald weighing 30 carats, and sot
perform its functions.
"Speak to mc !" I heard
"speak tell mc you are m
minie alone that my fears are ground- RPA w;ti, the cleouence so characteristic 6f point made that in many States the ex- era rQbies of the finest color. k
! lcaItl.nt. vrni do not intend to ffive tl, ex-Gavcrnor. but the trouble of the emption covered so large au amount that In the eastern part of Jackson county,
vo..relf to that jnan for his money. Democratic party or the remedies to be ap- creditors were virtually powerless to col- North Carolina, at the foot of t one of the
youpelt to that jnaujor his money ngroundupon lect debt.. The better law for us all highest peaks of Ue Blue Ridge, is what
Ohysay I have not been presuniptu- t isAhat when a man makes a debt there is termed the Hog Back mine. ThU mine
ous in hoping you love me! the assertion, however, that the Democrats will be no discharge except by its pay- wa3 operated for a limited season by the
"No," she replied, with the calm- wre jikdy to wait and ascertain what their ment or compromise with the creditor. Hampden Emery Company.
,ip nf dpsnnir- 'Jno. vou have not rimmnrnta were likeW to do before taking Northwest of the Pigeon, in Haywood
I- ilrr. T. v & f rv tf a or I At. n i: A AnAttiA
thfearessivc in the national campaign, ana iuoiblbai iun "ri.i.i . county, iorui carunna, jo
Pocins of the AVcck.
not yet described them toyou. Ijiezisa
tnvftyft Iviip nf mv f:ivnritp filvle of
m SalebyT.F.KLTJTTZ, Druggist, J. 'w"r;" " V , ,,rj' ft
,! jliiftlyV Salisbury, K.C. beauty, golden hair and large, soft
brown eyes. She is arrayed in j white
silk with white illusion falling in
graceful folds over it. Emeralds
snarkle in their cars and on
1 , ;
snowy neck and arms. These and
jtiponicas form her only ornaments.
Mabel is a queenly-looking girl,
dark-brown hair and'eyes, and splen
did fiirurc. She is dressed Id some
Ull-nnd rest, in that sefeno repose
ithiKliU holy morning conies to tliose
VTlit have been- buried with tho cares
tliat-inako , -"-'!
lad heart weary and the tired heart
pe still and rest
Mod's dav of all is best.
been presumptuous, for, Edgar, I love
At this he started forward, his face
He also asserted that the Republicans did received there of the dismissal of 27 stu- year ag0 last March.
takl! arise! Cast off thy drowRyMreams!
in the east, tiro morn in 2 kI earns.
Mouday goes, , so giTea tne weeK,
j dames say. '
ert,' relieved, use well the initial
' dav : : ' ' . ' .. - ' ' . 1
&njl see ! thy neighbor - ,
Uvlready seeks his labor.
,1 : . ' -
few , TUESDAY.
INor sal, away
seud it to yesterday
al30 expressed the opinion that harmony Institute. A special from Richmoud, deposit of corundum, called the Presley
Mav 25. Now that Mabel is well V?Ut . . . , , . ann union would soon be brought about. Va., siiys that information has just been raine) willcb has been worked since one
again, tne iamny are auoui iu
their flight to the country. They have
a summer-residence in the county of
Ti wliprp thpv rpside several
mw . .ww.w 1 I ....
- I .... t... at r. 1 . . . . . . . a . H . . . .
It is their cus- Fu,aw . from the Governor's remarks that be Smith, the superintendent, to grant tnera acre8j and has been worked lor tne iiamp-.
"1 have not told you all, sue con- . ook a the ex.president'achanccs an additional suspension from duty, to den Emery Company for the past season.
- . . w v .1- i ji i.i I . f : ft. . i . j i , i .
tinued. "1 love you ana tninK mis f; , . . nomination as being at all bright, enable them to prepare ior exaiuiuuuui ijeposits oi corunuum are, iuwi iouuu
Pnnfpssion is due von.:' vet I intend to thk Rpnuhlicans beins likely to take up a in descriptive geography, which ho re- m South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.
.In tbP thintrvou feared do it that candidate that would harmonize ana gmuiusea, usiib '""1
r .1 1 . a t f Uissps Rn tactions W11UU1 UlCir lan&s. uu oiuMiiwu
may tree my uiumci tiv oimno
radiant with love and joy, and would nQ t a .wsitiVe man in the presidential dents from tho Virginia Military Institute, Tn Madison and near the' Buncombe
have clasped her to his heart, but her cliir the history of the organization hav- at Lexington, ioraisoueaience u. u.uc. county line, in uie same ouue, m au uuw
"Ston'" uttered in chilling tones, re- in proved that fact conclusively. While and for breaking arrest. The dismissed cr0pping of chrysolite, carrying corun
, 1 ' . rlJiTincr with such a point it might be infer- students had requested Gen. Francis H. dum, which covers an erea of seventy-five
months of the year.
her! torn to entertain a nurauer ot their
city friends during their sojourn at
"The Heights" (which is their country
house). Mr. Clair is one of the party
who will be down after the family are
settled in their new abode. I hope
soft silkeii "material, embroidered with Mr. Vance will be ot the numoer, ior
sheaves of 'golden wheat. The dress
is becoming to her bright pictures
que beauty. !
I must stop now to look after May
anti Jean, "wholarc all anxiety to be
taken into the parlor, and I will
have to go down with them.
TtcelceOrdoch P. 31. I have just
AhijtJer.mornlng,8 - banners aw unfurled odmb up jxom the .niirth, music and
Ajifciyr day loolcs smiling n the world; !-, xtu 'inartjcfnatin i-ln 4he '
Upholds ilew laurels for thy soul to win I dancing. Ot .participatm n xne
not its grace by slothluluess or kiu, ' amusement, 1 had lair opporiunuy ox
observing all that occurred. Of all
. - I - . . il J 1 .... 4-
.-ti . o ;,1., rr.(-i. rp at. hia hands I stndents retuseu to ODCV Uie cuuuiuiuuaui
from the iron clutch of poverty, from I ; . " . rpmlirk. -The ncoolc of the Institute iu the superintendent's
the pangs of hunger and cold do it control the government and not the absence, and were dismissed upon his re-
interest turn. A few of the class tiecimeu to join
. I tl.nk T innv psn.inn the dailv hcart-achC tli r'nnln. business
it would be two bad It the poor lei- f nowinr t,icir condition. Edgar, Fs the great lever that guides the country tire rebellion, and three or four of those
low didmot have an equal chance , . . ? : , ... t Ua .ittn th nolicv. We have more who did returned to duty. The supenu-
with Mr. Clair in the race for which
Mabel will be the prize. Though "the
battle is not to the strong nor the race
to the switt yet money oueu - - .nfrll:.ii Tf f had onlv L tumnt and voted for Buchanan for
I I 111 11 Li ITTim uiigt.iw... - I tt '"'"-' -)
11US I . . ., I . I .,. All. ..... 7l.'..x. fnih V. Y.
..w.ir tn nnnsn pr a lite Willi VOU I rresiuent. itwy "
I !...! ...1 t.nro linr I Anil dictates tllC policy. V
uo no juug .... w ; . - U9 -n the united States now tendent had issueil an order iu the interest
voice broke down 1 uo not uu.iu ma . arinl:m, .cttinjr forth Uie facU in the
. i man iu uuj wuiiuj v..... o i i
wealth would repay me for all 1 lose ..... to the political history of the ex- whole affair. The mutiny began on the
in giving you up, lor my neart. IS pr;csdent, he said i "The ex-fresiacnt was i!4tu and tuc uissmiss;ua joiiowcuuiui-
Wit nncrnish- IT I lllld OnlV I i tnmnrrjit;. and VOtCU for UuCUlinan ior I Jy
. 1 I 1VJ.L1IJL1 null - - - - . I u ft7vuiv j I
the. day, and this young man
A spark from a passing-engine ignited
a bale of cotton, on the platform of thoN.
C. Railroad, on Wednesday, and a num
ber of others soon caught; but tho burn-
ii. i re .1
ing COtton was roweu ou, auu wio ii'ica
of the fire prevented, though a strong ,
wiud was blowing at the timer Thew
was considerable excitement, especially
among those who remembered theconflag- ;
ration a few years ago which originated
ad that place, and destroyed 1.500 bales
of cotton and a number of houses. The
llnsh noon. ,
When the noon id
A : lirwrht : i
j 'Unctively we look toward the niht.
i glow is lost
. .;. kl. . ...
vutv mo meiiuiuu ciusi.
the gay throng, there was none to
compare with Mabel. There was some
more beautiful, many more handsome-
o speed away so ly dressed but there wasiibout her
I that "jc ne sais ouor," as the French
reached, however ' ........ uUi
CXpreSI ' . 11 Ullj Vjmto iuvii-M.i
Aninn(T tfie Gentlemen r drlnotice
- O - : O .. '
one j on whom; X am sure
would not have rested a second, ex
cent for his attentions to Mabel. He
lthe week has sued,-" hast thou a -I, .i "L c
friend n : 1 i 1 - i8' u uc a mu" lu'7i.v
omudati hour, in converse. It will' fifty years very gentlemanly! in ap-
very little of it.
' Jttnel. Here I am, safely enscon
npil.nt "The HeiffhtH." where the
soothing' melody of swift running
brooklets and singing birds make such
pleasant contrasts to the heat, noise
and dare of the city. Two girls,
fripmla of Inez, came down with the
family. This evening, the gentlemen
visitors are expected M. Clair and
. 1. 1. '
three sprigs omon. : ..M cl,anre her decision
"w I . 1 l.f.
"LiCt me KISS you oiny uw
Jiileanty Urfliv labors and' thy life
se a little sometimes in the striie.
Moil S(H)ii seems rude
liat has no interlude.
pearance, but iiothing mDre ihe
received his attentions, very j kindly
indeed, seemed to exert, herself to ap
peal! interested..' I inquired of the lady
v5Hi whom I was talkinir. iAvho he
Mts abstain : be temperate, and vasi
tiiou wilt; and yet, throughout
no labor and no duty shirk ;
niaav honra nip. b it thee tor thy
work - ,
I'AIhI it were moot "
iWiall should bo complete.
"fi i! thei crentieman witii iuiss
Clayton? He is Mr. Clair, the catch
of the season. He has quite a Story of
his own. His mother married, iin vio
lent opposition to her fathefsfvishes
a maii far beneath licr socially, andl
satuuday. - the family never again rccyjsu-ii
of them. Her brother,
MPiaste:! ...f.. :..t;t' f W,a Aitbpp'a krealth.
Me night .thou Hast no time io , u ,i i
im. : 1 died recently, intestate, and al
HP accounts, and let thy soul's eyes nmous fortune came to Mr. -Clair
xeiorc im is,
iwal and rn-Ar. in 'nfi. lpilcpr-book. as heir-at-law.
KiRweet the Rense of peace!
Ua Wheeler, in Chicago Tribune. ;
Voiild be my crowning joy without
yon, I shall never be happy, except
in trying to make others so.
Iu vain he tried to convince her that
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her mother would never let ner mawe
'hc will never know it," was her
Then he told heroT the great wrong
Jl 1. r n rfl lllm llfltll-
Klie Was UOIIIil HCiacu ut.v. ......
After tea. 1 see from my wind
which opens on the lawn, Mabel and
Mr. Clair walking to and fro in the
moonlight. I wonder if her thoughts
are not with the absent one ?
The morning after this moonlight
walk. I noticed a set, determined look
about Mabel's face, which I did not
at all like. I am sure she has found
her king, but will she let him 1 take
nossession of his throne in ner neart i
Mr. Clair has proposed, I understand
u:0 e.,;t baa nnt. bpen decided. I
UUb llin ou.k j
f 1 .1 .-.rtf lo 17 tri l-.PT-
ani aiiaui sue uuw uy j
"I can never give my hand j
Where my heart can never be.
It is plain she has no heart tojgive
liim ; yet, in JSpitc of this fact,
T .? ..." ti
very evident to me that she win
w6 part, my darling, for you are
mine, though you marry that other."
"It canuot be," she said ; "it would
bevronging the mad 1 must marry.
But their hands were clasped, and
hp pvps of each poured floods ot love
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into the soul of the dther.
I left them, my heart very sorrow
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ft.li f,.r f psp two. Who. Willi nearisj
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united, must live their lives apart
The lovers were the last to reach
home. Mr. Vance couiu nob uc w
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ditced to enter the house, anu leit ior
the city by the next train.
4'All is over with jVance poor lei
low," some one remarked.
Just then I saw a very satisfied
look flash into MrClair's face. Mabel
II-. I . . .1. Krii rnnm.
. -. . -i r i.r . .l n htr V I trhn ll.lfl COne U rtfliy ivf j
her hand to iur. viair. -v "-7 U , -a
tt. 1.., ba T.b,bv dollar. ! The came down to tea, looKiug
ne iiua ...v - h .. , , . it nlntatli-Mraeas
strnggl. ha, been ing on fb pa.e r, a wo-. - "
nuns n:n1 'Illll
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her heart asserting
I It 'r I I li Ullv V r- t I - -
. ' :: . J '.Mp t,d a desire to be rais
JVly lniormani. was i wiy vuiui-
t . . .. 5. ! I.i ...W .n
and pleading for its love, on the one went out into uie
anu picauu 0 ... 1, I i : n inn Unmi diamond
ed nuove sue.Ku iu, u :
Grant has Illinois, Too.
Wash, correspondent PJcbmond Dispatch.
The information received here from II
Uenublicans lesides Gen.
IlllV'tM ' J - L
Logan is to the effect that Grant has se
cured tho machinery in that State as he
did Pennsylvania and Xew York, and his
friends rcallv talk as if they were certain
of his nomination, while Democrats who
have been afraid that Maine with his im
mense personal popularity would win at
Chicago are highly gratitied at the situa
tion. They assert that Grant can never
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cet the German vote, wiuie suennuu u.
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Blaine can, and that neuco urani e.iu u
more easily beaten than anybody else.
Many ' thoughtful Democrats and auti
Grant Republicans, however, profess to
see trouble in his candidacy, and some go
so far as to soy that it means revolution,
ftir that wether elected or defeated he will
seek to take possessiou of tho White
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Voice of the People. During our
rpiu-nt. trio to Favetteville curiosity led
us U ascertain the opinion of the people
xvih whom we came in contact on the
nnktion of the sale of tho Western X. C
Inroad. From Raleigh to Fayetteville
and return we did not meet a man who
Was not in favor of selling or giving away
the road. At Fayetteville we found the
RS,mp feelins. Sheriff Hardie, an intelli
gent, painstaking officer, informed us that
L- tnmo time past he had canvassed the
question amongst all elates and found
but one man opined to the sale. And
i tho rreneral experience of gentle
Jl iJI .:!. w ibiilv cou verse. The
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Colored Jurors. Washington March johu Burroughs in the March number
2. A decision was rendered in the Su- of Scribncr, says: "It is a, fact in th
preme Court of tho United States thisaf- natural history of the country that, iu the-
ternoou in the case of Taylor Strander, South birds ruu more to 4eak and claw,
nhiintifT in eiTor, vs. the State of West and iu the West to tail, than they do in
Virginia. The question involved was the the North aud East. The beak and claw,
I take it, mean ferocity, mean bowie--
knives and tho ku-khix, and tho tart,
anuloth to say, means bray. 1 he vv est
is windy, and the South it fierce and hot."
r'Mllia. Hie niieSllOU linuocu naa ni
conslitutionality of the act ot the west
Virginia Legislature, (laws of 1873-73,
chap. 47, excluding colored citieens from
ury service in the courts of that fetate.
This court holds that when a colored cit
izen is tried for his life by a jury from
which citizens of his own race are by a
State statute expressly excluded, he is de
nied the equal protection of law guaran
teed by the third clause of the 14th amend
ment to the constitution, aud that the
State statute denying him such right is
repugnant to said constitutional provis-
ioin The judgment of the Supreme court
of Appeals of West Virginia is reversed.
Justice Strong delivered the opinion, Jus
tices Field aud Clifford dissenting.
Marriage. White Water,
Wis., February 29. Twenty-seven years
ago, on Thursday, there were born into
the family of Wm. Marshall, oi tins city,
tripplets two boys and a girl. All three
were married on Thnrwlay night in one
ceremony by the Kev. G. W. Wells, and
the three happy couple took thetraiu for
The Sanctity ok Marriage. Tho re
cent encyclical of Pope Leo XIII against
divorce is apparently excitiug a profound I
reactionary seutimeut iu favor of the, in
dissoluble sauctity of marriage through- t
out the entire Christian world. Several
eminent Protestant divines ; of different
denominations indorse ifes positions stren
uously, and Pere Ilyaciutho stoutly advo
cates it. "Marriage," he eloquently and ;
truly SJiys, 4'is the full and perfect onion
of man and woman. Ideal marriages are
rare, even impossible. Xeverfhelesa we
must strive to tend toward tlie ideal mar
riage. This should imply love and pari
ty "as twin flowers upon one stem. All
truo love hopes and ' promises eternity
Clearly, then, indissolubility k tho law of
human nature. Unity or monogamy, des.
pite the corruptions of Salt Lake and tho
degradation of lower civiliartions, is also
a natural law. Jt is necessary to the dig
nity of woman and inseparable from mar-
Dirt has been broken, and the founda
tion partly laid, for the large cotton fac
tory now under construction, by the
Humanity is never ro beaittifulas wheu
praying for forgivene, or else forgiving
"calls a kiss
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w ' . f tl.ia iiK' YVp 1 rpioicoto . HllOlllCI.
. . . r ft or- I niivr Wendell- Holmes
see such improveiucio -i" , , 111 11
.rues well for tbe future of Charlotte, and limping consonant. ; He should have add
give bmnd and employment to our ed also that it usually follows a-vow el. -idlo
poor.-Soni Hbmr. ViUoit Free JV. -
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