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EAltXIXG IIEK OWN LIVING.
; It was a Jepipestuous nigU in
November. The carved Dutch clock
in Judge Harrison's study had just
struck. 9. Jiulge Harrison himself, an
austere-looking, silver-haired man, sat
upright in his chair, gazing coldly at
his guest. J
! 'Well Bald Dr. Hooper, pulling on
his gloves, 'of course, it isn't for me,
or any one else, to interfere in family
iuatters. But your grandchild is left
totally unprovided for, sir.' 1
I cannot help that said the Judge,
frigidly f Eight years ago I offered to
support the child, and her father, too,
if he would only consent to leave that
outlandish foreign wife of his. He
married her against my will he clung
to her against my will. Let him abide
by his decision '
'It's only natural, Judge, thatu
man should cleave unto his wife
urged the doctor.
'It is only natural, then, that a man
should provide for the child of that
wife, Dr. Hooper. At all events I
shall assume no further responsibility!'
'But Judge Harrison, you are a
rich man I' v
'Granted but jis I made my money
myself, I feel that I have a right to
spend it to suit myself I'
; 'Hilda is a fine girl pleaded Dr.
'No doubt, no doubt, but you will
pardon me if I feel no very great
anxiety to see the child of the Ger
man singing woman who stole my
son's heart away from me.'
Dr. Hooper hesitated.
. . . 'Judge he said, at last, in a tone
of appealing earnestness, 'you have
another grand daughter. .
'I have. My daughter's icliild
Marian Lennox,' makes it her home
'And yet you would deny a similar
home to 3Iilda Harrison ?'
Judge Harrison'1- shaggy white
brows met in a straight, frowning
line. J . ,
Doctor said he, 'you will fail tol
make the distinction between a duti
ful child and one who has been un
dutiful.' i 'Let me see Miss Lennox saitl Dr.
Hooper. 'Let me interest her in the
fact of this desolate, unknown cousin.
She has a woman's heart in her bosom.
I am sure I can move her !'
Judge Harrison smiled coldly as he
touched a smaJJ gilded call-bell' which
stood on the table beside him.
i (SAnrVXftoi. Af:.. i :j u ...
a servant, and the man noiselessly
I obeyed. : ;
In another minute a tall, princesslike-girl
stood in the room a girl
with hair of pale gold, deep, j blue
' eye8,f like azure stars, and a dress of
s soft blue silk that fell ijj picturesque
, foldV about her, and trailing noise
'i lessly over the carpet as she walked.
i: 'Marian said the Judge, 'this is
, Dr. Hooper. He has come here to
plead the cause of your Uncle Severn's
uaugnier, xiuua. oevern cleliaerately
disobeyed me at first fn marrying
, Hildegarde Hochmer he rejected the
I offer I afterward made of takiug him
and the child home, if he would but
leave the siren who had blighted ail
his life. Now he iVdead, and has left
his child unprovided for. I say as he
has sowed, so let the child reap. What
do you say ?' :f
'I think grandpapa is qufte right
, said - Marian, in a soft, sweet voice.
.'Grandpapa is always right!'
'Then -ou have no word to speak
for tius lonely little orphan ! cried
out Dr. Hooper, deeply indignant.
Marian laid her ringed hand upon
that of Jiergrandfather and nestled
close to him.
'I always defer my judgment to
tthat of grandpapa said she and
Judge Harrison, passi ng h is arm arbu nd
the girl's waist, looked with ill-concealed
triumph at' the luckless special
Dr. Hooper bowed, spoke his adieux
i When he returned to his own hum
ble residence, a dark-eyed eirl met
i him at the door.
; 'Have you seen him Boctori-my
. grandfather?' she cried, eagerlyj
Dr. Hooper nodded.
'It's of no use though said he.
'The bid man has a heart like granite
and that girl, your cousin, U of oast
! 'He will not take me V ' - -
' 'Xo " ' -
Hilda Harrison set her 11
! We),', said she, 'then I must man
'oge to provide for myself.' 1
'Xo hurry, lass ; no hurry said the
ihindly little doctor, 'Go tell the! wife
to bring mc a cup of coffee before I
start out again
'Hilda he said,
sat toasting his fee
presently, as he
before the fire,
with his wife knitting opposite, and
Judge Harrison's granddaughter lean
ing against the window, and looking
out into the stormy darkness, 'what
are you going to do V
'L don't think I quite know, Doc
'You are sixteen ?'
'Sixteen and a Jhalf, sir
'And you cannot teach V
'Oh, dear, no, sir!' Hilda shook
her head decidedly. 'I had no chance
for much education,! traveling abou
as I did I
'Nor sew ?' j
'Not well enough to adopt it for a
'Then, for all I can see, there is
nothing left but to go into domestic
'I would take a rjlace to-morrow
Doctor, if I could gcta good home
and decent wages said Hilda quickly.
'Good said Dr. Hooper. 'That is
the right spirit; child!! I don't fear bu
what you'll make your way, in one
direction or another, j But I think I
can see something a little more prom
ising ahead for you than that
'What is it, Doctor ?'
'I noticed the way yon took care of
your poor father, Hildia, in his last
illness. I thought then that you would
make a good nurse-fl think so now.
There is an opening in St. Francesca's
Hospital. A good home and a dollar
a day.' t
- 'As nurse, Doctor?;
'As nurse !'
'And I should see you sometimes?'
'Frequently twice' a week at least
Hilda- pondered a second or two
and then came forward wfth glisten
ing eyes and red lips apart.
'Doctor said she, 'I will try it
And so Clement Harrison's grand
daughter donned the little muslin cap,
print dress and white iruffled apron of
the St. Francesca's corps of nurses,
and set diligently to work, earning
her own living.
A year had passed by, and Dr.
Wallace sent word tjiat nurses was
wanted for a small pox case in the city.
The Sister Superior of the St. Fran
cesca's looked dubiously at her wo
'Who will go?' said she and
Hilda Harrison stepped forward.
.'I will said she. 'I have no fears
of the contagon, and jiave to add to
So little Hilda packed her bag and
went. . i
The housekeeper of the great Fifth-
avenue palace was wringing her hands
half terrified out of her senses ; the
other servants had taken precipitate
'And Miss Lennox went this morn
ing said she. 'I should think she
might ha vestayetl
'Who is Miss Lennox ?' questioned
'The old gentleman's grand daughter
that he has brought up and petted
like a cossetlamb said Mrs. Hurst.
'Oh, the ingratitude of some folks.
And if Judge Harrison dies '
Hilda looked up quickly from the
bottles of carbolic acid; she was un
packing. 'Is this Judge Harrison's house ?'
said she. j
'Why, of course it Is answered
Mrs. Hurst. 'Did'ntvou kuow?'
'Xo, I did not know Hilda said.
'But of course it makes ho difference
whose house it is. -
'Who are you?' Judge Harrison
asked, hoarsely, as the light foot cross
ed the threshold. !
I am the nurse from St. Francesca's.
They call me Hilda.
'Hilda what?' j
'Never mind my other name said
theypung girl, with a gentle authori
ty that had come to her; from months
of practice at weary sick beds. 'They
call me Hilda and y6u are not to
.talk and excite yourself
'Do you know you are running a
great risk ?'
'It is my business to run risks
Three weeks elapsed. ! The crisis of
the disease was met t-U M
; f""." Mv uiu ujuij,
weakened indeed, and sadly disfidir-
ed, was able once morel to sit in his
easy chair, and Hilda, who had watch
ed over him with a vigilance and
tenderness which he fully apprecia
ted, was arranging fresl! flower in a
vase on the table. I
'Hilda said he, slowly, 'where has
my grand daughter Marian been all
this time?' 1 !
'She went away sir, when you were
first taken ill. She was afrajd of the
disease, . '
'And she left tnef 1
And left you, sir
'There was gratitude !' he muttered
hoarsely. 'And 'when is she 'coming
back?' r . ' -7
jj Hilda laid down her roses and look
ed with pathetic, feeling eyes at him.
'She will not come back at all sir'
6he answered. 'We dared not tell you
before, but but her . flight wasjn
vain. She died of small pox r.last
week ' . '
The old man turned away with a
smothered groan. !
'Hilda said lie, you; will stay with
me? You will not leave me alone f
Nay, do not speak, I know who you
are. I recognized your name when
you first came. You have looked at
me with your father's! eyes many a
time since. Hilda God has sent you
'Oh, grandpapa !' And Hilda knelt
weeping besides his chair, scarcely able
to believe that his loving arms were
around her neck, his tears dropped on
her brow. 'Oh, dear, dear grandpapa
I have so longed for some one to love
for some one to love hie !'
And good little Dii Hooper 'Was
well satisfied with the result of Hil
da's experiment at earning: her own
'Heaven manages these things bet-
ler than we do thought he, as he re
membered his attempt at softening
Judge Harrison's flinty heart more
than a year before
Boots and Shoes.
Boots and shoes are very important
articles of clothing with regard to the
health of individuals subject to sore
throat. Two pairs should alwavs be
in use at the same period, to be worn
on alternate days respectively, inas
much as a single night's exposure to
the air is usually insufficient to free
them from moisture; and the prac
tice of having two pair in wear
at a time will be found productive of
an economy of about thirty-three per
cent., a matter of some moment to
many people in hard times. An ad
ditional pair, exceptionally well-soled
should be Kept for inclement weather.
What are called double-soled shoes or
boots should be worn in winter, and
in wet weather at any season : and
quite light soles are perfectly safe in
iu hot and dry weather. Water
proof shoes, rubbers, furs and mufflers
of all sorts are not to be recnimended
for customary use. Rubbers and light
water-proof cloaks are advisable on
occasions of special exposure, but
should be removed as soon as the spe
cial occasion, has passed. Waterr
proof garments should have slits un
der the arm nits, and nt nfhor
tected points, to favor ventillation.
A Family Feud. There was a
feud between the Howrie and West-
field families, in Warren county, Iowa
and the Howries hired George Whee
ler to kill nine male Westfields at
$100 apiece, the price to be paid af
ter the death of each, and $100 to be
added for the uinth, mating $1,000
for the whole job. Wheeler began
work by shooting at the father of
the Westfields, but only slightly
wounded him in the head. Never
theless, he demanded $100 from the
Howries. Thev told him .that ,
J vtlHW WHV
would not pay for such bad mars-
manship, and he could only. get $10'
so he exposed the whole! plot, and all
concerned in it are uow in jail.
oaretul mother 1 wish I could
brea my boy Johnny of the habit of
kicking against everything he comes
across. A pair of boots opsn'. lncf
the little dear two weeks." Grand
father Licshingle-"Let an old man
who has had experience tell you how
to do it. Fill the toes of his hnnt
with nitro-glyceriue, an'; my word for
.., .rvt.i nine ucui win never kick trie
If nnn. Tittli sin.. ...MI ' t i .1
the second time." Mot ijer swoons.
Steps Forward. Every kindness
done to others in our daily walk, ev
ery attempt to niakeothers happy,
every prejudice, overcome, every truth
more clearly perceived, every difficul
ty subdued, every sin left behind, ev
ery temptation tramplecj under foot,
every step forward in the cause of
good, is a step nearer td the life of
Christ. Dean Stanley.
The New York ; Method ist Book
Concern has a net capital of 1,080,
568. The net profit for the year were
$71,155. The sales cfj publications
amounted to $825,634, against $912,
726 the previous-year. The Western
Book Concern, at Cincinnati,1 has a
net capital of $464,178 the profits for
the year being $27,807. fThe sales fell
off $85,773 from the pre vious year.
Since the tiling you Wish cannot be
Had, wish for that you. can ha ve-
i France has.just been ableten years
after.the event, to , figure, iip the cost
to her of the Franco-Gerraan' war. I
was S3,006;000,006. !f!j, ' :
. A young man at Canton, Ohio, has
sued his own niother for $10,000 for
slander. She circulated a report tha
he was drunken and thievish. ;
j Raleigh Visitor: Hon. S. S. Cox
of New York, will deliver the ad
dress before the Alumni of Trinity
College in Juue next.
The highest reach of human science
lis the scientific recognition of human
ignorance. Sir William Hamilton,
i The error of a moment becomes the
sorrow of a whole life. r
tn imt.iii- Sir nil rtit-HiRt-s
wqiiiririiK n ctrlftin
n.1 'fti-.ri't lOSK';
lw-iry iii ImUtrm
finu. li y s j i n ,
I utt ruiil Ifut "e
rrrx. it tint ofAp
ff i ttf. jLom of
tretigth, ImcI: of
t uft-gt, etc. It en
rictus the blooil,
Mr'i!(itlipns. the mua
clis, Hint gives new Ufa
10 Hit- i:Tves. To th
'veil. ImiW. and chil
dren mju ring muper
rppe('y ail not be too
it iirttltke a rhrm
11 11. (i.rtstivt ortrftnu.
A tfiiKioouftsl before
iiicvIk will remove all
Sold by all Druggists,
TEG BROWS GHEIICiLCO.
A Gn at Tonle.
A Sure Appetizer.
A Valuable Medic;ne.
0 tot Delicate Females.
Ktimulus for a Torpid Liver, and cure Costive
ness, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious r)i:rrhQBa.
Malaria, Fever nnn Asue. and are useful at
times in nearly all Diseases to cause a free anI
regular action of the Bowels. The best anti
dote for all Malarial Poison. Price, 25c. a box.
and Sleep to the sufferi n-, cures Ilealache and
Neuralgia. Prevents Epileptic Fits, and is the
best remedy for Nervous Prostration brought
on by excessive drinking, ov-r-work, trventnl
Shocks and other causes, rt relieves the Paina
or all Diseases, and is never injurious to the
system. The best of all Nervines. Bottles of
Warnrr'i afe Pill are an immediate
two iws ; prices, 50c.
nil - Dealers in
W lie re. ;
H.H. WARNER & CO,
-8,nl f.r Pamphlet
Our Co?h Syrnp. Tlte most pniata
lt, sotithino; aixl t iticacions it nu-tly ever
locod U'tore the public for t li.it most
tlreatletl of diseases, cmi:is, vuhU, &c,
nianiifacttiieil at IJAKKEIt'S
:tf I)ni; Store.
TOTHEPUSIIC GREETING i
Cabuet Men ani Carpenters.
Their prices art as low a it is possible to
make iheui, ami llieir work not inferior to any.
They fill orders iu two departments.
Their ready made stock in hand comprises
general assortment 6fhou.se furniture Bed
steads, Bureaus, Clothes Presses, Lounges,
Racks. WartlroVs, Book -Cases, Clipboards and
China Pi t ssts, Candle Stands, Tin Safes, Desks,
Tables, Washstands, Chairs, &c. They also
keep an assortment of
ofw Uii'il, pine an, 1 poplar, from $1 upwards.
Als(, ViintwStsli. Tliev fi.l orders wiilipnt
vex ilious delays.. Will contract for carpenter's
work and warrant satisfaction. Will take good
lumHer and country produce in exchange for
furniture. Shop nearly opposite Watchman
Office. JUL I A N & hll A LEY.
All ; other Grass fReeds, at Richmond
C;ill and see at ENXISS'.
Church & Co's.
Soiit rut up in neat packages, for sale
at ' J. D. XeXEELS.
DR. GEO. W. GEAHAM
CHARLOTTE, . C.
, Pittctice iLiuiited to j
EYE, EAR, aii THROAT IDiseases.
Office with Dks. JOXES &; GRAHAM.
i.V ' -
iZ m m
I have juss receivea and hare on exhi
bition in the lioom Above the llardtcar
Store of Messrs. Crawford. & Tajlor a ve
ry Handsome Assortment of Burial Cas
kets to which public attention is invited
THEr ABE OF . . 1 ,
VERY NEAT STYLES,
Carefnlly Made and of rarioua Grades. Will
be sold low. Persona wishing anything of the
Kind mould call and nee them. 1 am prepaied
to Undertake and furnish everything jreqoir
ed. 8. Special attention to Prefer ring ; Bo
dies Irorn Discoloring.a I hare had much
personal experience in thU line aiid feel sore
oi giving eausiaciion. . , 1 .
0. W. C. WOOLWINE.
Nor. 25, 1879.
ESTABLISHED 1812. .
400 BEOADWAY NEW YOEK.
The distinctive features of this snool cotton are
that It Is made from the very llnest
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
It Is finished soft as the cotton from which It le
made; It has no waxing or artificial finish todecelve
the eyes: It fs the strongest, smoothest and most
elastic sewing thread In the market: for machine;
sewing It has no equal; it Is wound on
The Black Is the most perfect -
ever produced In spoolcotton. being1 dyed toy a system
patented by ourselves. The colors are dved By the
NEW ANILINE PROCESS I
w e lnviw companson ana ri'spcctruny ask ladles
' p1hC ilitx ta-r t,1n1 ?h 1 cotlvince themselves of its
superiority over all othei-s,
td be had at wholesale retail from
J. D. OASKILL
5:6m . Salisbury N. C
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
"Will euro or prevent Xtseaa.
Jfo Hobs4wI11 die of Colic, Bots or Lu8 F
vkk. If Fontz8 Powder are used In time.
Fonta's Powders willcure and preven t Hoe CboUSA.
Foutz's Powders will prevent Gapes ijt Fowls.
Fontzs Powders will Increase tlie quantity of milk
and cream twenty per cent and make the batter firm
Foutz's Powders wni cure or prevent almost mBT
UiSKAsa to which Horses and -Cattle are subject.
Foutz's Powdkes win, em Satisfaction.
AV1D E. FOtTTZ, Proprietor.
IllEO. F. 1S.LUTTS.
Salisbury, N. C.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARRTheftreat En?l!shTttADe MARK
HtMtDT : ah un-
' Tr.nn(n..Ltr . 1 tt
diseases that follow
as a sequence of
Self-Abuse; as Loss
or Memory, Lnlver-
IRE TAKIK8.tn the Back. Dlm-AtTfB TAIIR8
Sal Lassitude. Pain
ness vi jsiou. Premature old Ape,, and many other
diseases tnat ieai 10 insanity or Consumption, and
a Premature Grave.
t"Full particulars In our Damnlilet. whle.h w
desire to send free by mall to everv one. rfy-The
specine Medicine Is sold by all dnyrclst at f l per
uvKUKur mx pat:icagesiorf5, or win De sent iree
y man on receipt or tne money by addressing
tST'Sold in Salisbury and everywhere by all i
Mech anics' Block. Dethoit. Mirw.
Impnre Kl-Cftrb Podi ! of a
slightly dirty wUIiw color. It may
appear white, examined hy lt
eir, but a CoitflAUESiV i'fTIT
CHlTltril Ac ViiSti AKtt AND
IIAZtlTOER)' BIX AND will bow
See that yn?r rtnktnsr fsi
Tvh I te a ii 1 PI ; R IS, aw s ho ii 1 43 be A I. r .
8I.TIlL.AIi SL'AiVJTANCUS ued lor
A simple but Bvirn test ff th comratntire
value ot different biaii.'s of 8o! Mt di-o.ve n
dessert p(Knf nl ot 'earn kind wi: h itb(iuv. a pint
f vatr (hot preferred) in clear 9. tirriuaf
until alt is thoroughly dismlved. , Th feiutp
rioua Insoluble matter in ih inte'ior tx wni
be shown afttr iettlin(? pome twenty Tnictite or
sooner, by the milky lippenran -ot'tUe noSatioa
end tbe quantity of footing fiocky mattei ac
cording to quality.
Be mire and ask for OJinirh & Co.'n So-1! and
eee that their name is on the papka-ro and tou
will get tbe purest rucI whitest ramie. The ua
ot this with sour mil It, iu prefen-tico to Baking
' Powder, eaves twenty timaa its cost.
See one poind package ILr valuable informs-
tion and read wiref ully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
"The SiEpr apin Trinpliant!"
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED
1 ri 1 PAIR.
Note the following improvements: An
Elegant guilded stand, Improved Bobbin
Winder, winds thread without running
the machine. Improved patent Journal, which
makes it . ;i. - ; .
THE LIGHTEST -RUiHING MACHINE
BEFORk THE PUBLIC. 1
Sold cheap for cash, or small monthly
instalments, at the office of the Singer
Manufacturing Company, next door to
Barker's Drug Store.
4:1 y. J. O. REAM, Act.
g - 2
Tha Best Family; Slewing Mabiiihe!
The "NEW AMERICAN". is easilyJIearnedYtiaes not get out of oider. and wilt ri
more work with lesstaborthaf. any other machine.' Illustrated Circular tUrn.h-rf
application.--f . .a u u I'Jm - . , :.. ..-j-. j: n,snedn
2, 8. D0TET, Manasrer, C4 K Charles Street. Baltimore. Ho.
MERONEYS & ROGERS, Agents,, Salisbury, N. c.
q Price from $25; to 45,
OEBTIMCATES : '
T J .1 . 1. .. k !.. i.s 11 i - 1 - - :"
infc all the work that other machines can, it overmjanis and works button holes in any fbr'
from Swiss Muslin to iJeaver cloth. 1 have used Singera, Howe and AVeed Machined tnrf
tind the American is suerior to them all. ;! ii '
I have used the Singer and other machines,
any. MKS. 11. a. BR1"(JLE. "
' ..... J",
Si Jiabury, N. C, May 22d, 1872
MebokeyA: Bro., Agents American Sewing Machine: i " j
Sirs: 1 haye used the Howe, Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Wilcox & Gibhs. K;n. t '.
chines, and would not give the American for
in tlie circular. I consider it superior to all
DEEDS & MQETGrES.
Fee Simple Deeds, Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners Deeds, Sheriff
Deeds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificates
Distillers' Entries, and various other forma for Bale at the , V '
Administrators, executors, commissioners,
call on us for printed sale notices. It is
PbHc auction witbont
,lu"'-w'v'Ji;' U1 l,,c o".jitt
often sacrificed from this cause when a
saved it and made it bring its value. We
X70TIC3S 70?. PCSTIlTa
CARDS Posters, all kinds,
m (Sim. ; ..
Who has once used the PEOPLES' MACHINE will prefer it over all others, anl
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics Liens, lor sale at this Office
SHOP connected with Brovn & Verble's Livery
subles. cei4 deslsjas of snoes, to suit any
shape of foot. All shoeing- on stilctly scientific prtn
clplesand WARRANTED. All kinds blaeksmlthinjr
promptly done. is:i,y
Snbscribe for the Watehnjan onlj S?
The BEST Weekly in Western North
Carolina Only $1.50 a year in advance
1 u rut
Only Sewing Mach,
" Never EreaistlTbeal -
The Simplest, the Most Ihtr. "
rt Til a 09s9 i Tl L
ISS M. RUTLEDGE.
and would not exchange the American f
all of them. It will do ail that i claimed for."
others I have ever seen. tJ "' , -i
. MKSOEO. IIARRISOX.
sheriffs, constables, agents, &c., are advised4o
certain! v erreat iniustu-e to nwnpra n r
first giving ample notice of the sale. .Ae re.
every uuuy Rirons are msumcient. i ronertTli
dollar or 'tn o spent in advertising miht fiatfr : W
furnish sale notices promptly and cheap,
LAKD .MAD? "PR1XTTBD.
AGENTS selling it find it jnst what the
PEOPLE wsuit. It njakea tT." shuttle l8ck
stitch, runs easily, does the widest range of
woik, ami winds the bobbins without running
the works of the machine. Write for descript
ive circukirs and full particulars.
1301 & 1303 Buttonwood St.,
PMlaSelpMr SewiliE Made Co.,
ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore
1 Manufacturerl of TEE CELELILATED
Unsurpassed for Durability, Economy, and Convenience.
' CMkbtaf all IrTCiM9U ef TalM,
Am Tcrfrrt la Operatic. -
ALSO. A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF SXTPEBI0B
C. F. BAKER & CO,, Salisbury, N. a
WIIEIV YOU WANT
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned atKo. 2, Granil
Saliebury .N. C, June Sr tf.
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
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