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SALISBURY, N. C. THURSDAY, JANUARY23 , I860. . i , "
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Is Republicanism a Failure.
INDICATIONS WfllCH CERTAINLY POINT
THAT WAT A SEVERE ARRAIGNMENT
OF CERTAIN POLITIQAL METHODS.
, Disagreeable as the admission is, in
the face of the splendid Republican tri
umph in this section and congressional
district of a rear ago, yet it is a fact
no observing man can now deny that
if, at the inaugu ration of the present
administration, a committee of astute
Democrats had been permitted to pre
scribe a policy most beneficial to their
party and detrimental to continued Re
publican success one to most thor
oughly disgust, dishearten and disor
ganize Republicans throughout the
fifth district, they could not have pre
scribed one more effective in producing
these results than the one President
Harrison in his administration has pur
sued. We do not believe these results.
direful as they arc to party harmony
have been intended, for the general
policy of the administration on nation
al questions has been sound and satis-
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In the meantime, the exigencies of
the country and. the reforms pledged by
the party demanded that Congress be
convened in extra eeesion antr presi
dent Harrison decided to issue the call.
It was now that the occasion and the
raitor again met. The Republican
majority id the tionse was only two.
Brower, already in Washington, had
himself interviewed, announcing his
independent speakership candidacy,
and threatening to turn the organiza
tion of the House over to the Demo
crats. The President saw Brewer's
advantage, wisely refused to take the
risks, and did not issue the call for an
Brower was given the patronage of
the postoflice in his own district to
"conciliate" him, resulting in the per
sonal appointments' which have so
stirred our people and which have been
repeatedly referred to- heretofore in
these columns. ' .
His next appearance, according to
teres! (he hue of policy adopted
id ministration towards our ik-o-
But in this Great country,
diversified interests and extent of ter
ritory, every administration has to de
pend upon advisers in local matters.
The administration has I Mien badly
advised nny. more, imposed upon; ana!
it is Lh object of this article, in the
line ;f duty as a public, journal, that
the Itepubliacn proposes to go to the
root ot the matter, pointing out io the
adm:ui-.t ration and the people the mis
takes, to the end thsit thev mav be cor-
reeled on the one hand, and .the re
sponsibility for the evil fixed where it
rightfully belongs ou the other.
The freprtltta'H does this in no spirit
of eapfi-vtsTiess or of personal pique
towanls any one, but in the interest of
Republicanism, whose banner it has
carried at its mast head for nearly
twenty years and which has never,
even for a single week, been furled for
friend or foe.
The Republicans of this congression
al district have watched whit a pecu
liar l : . f i-ist i ni H
pie hp;v, the great majority
worked sfKfait lif ully and hnrd to
about the great, trinnipn the party won
throughout Ihe district. Above- all
other places in trie btule our interest
wiis inlets) lied by the very pecu'iar
situation arising from the defection and
treachery of the represent alive in Con
gress, the lion. Jolni M. Brower,
wiio, elected as a Republican, voted
against hi party on the only political'
issue passed upoii iu the Fiftieth' Cou
Whether this defection aud treach
ery was the result of Democratic pur
chase or briber', as many of our peo
ple iudign-tatJy maintained, it is not
now our province to j discuss. It is,
however a fact well recognized that his
treachery was cautiously plauaed and
coasum matted at a moment wheu it
became, ir not impossible, at least tin
advisable for our people to measure out
the puuishiuent he deserted.
During the first few months after
the inauguration of Pres-ident Harrison,
and while his record was fresh iu the
tninds of the Republican leaders at
Washingron, Brower was very proer-
ly ignored by the administration. He
had his candidates for United htates
marshal, for collector of internal reve
nue, for United States district attor
ney, and not a single man auywhere
for a single position in the State who
he recommended and endorsed receiTeJ
, i i t i
an appointment outside a lourtn-ciass
post mastership or clerkship in the .rail
way mail service. Un the contrary, the
Lassistant united btates district attor
ney for the western district of North
Carolina, endorsed by Brower, was not
appointed until after he (brower) had
withdrawn his endorsement. Ue was
almost entirely ignored, and with him
the small group of political tricksters
of this State wnose highest standard of
Politics is treacberv. For vears these
political jackals have joined in politics
5fT j t i oi a 'just as foot-pads take the road, for
Steam Engines and Boilers, Steam and , ,,un(ier. and un to date thev have
- ua i ij j i .
publican caucus ot the Mouse Hi3t in
the nick of tmie to give, by his vote,
the "majority to Reed, ..of Maine, for
Speaker, and he is awarded a chair-
with its4-niunsh'P in the appointment of the
Having Wrung some concession from
the administration and this recognition
from .recognized party leaders, one
would suppose that discretion would
have caused a halt. But not so in
Brewer's case. His masters demanded
that he go further and he ibeys. In
a council in the office of the Commis
sioner of Internal Retenue in Wash
ington with Collector Eaves aud oth
ers present, some three weeks ago,
Brower demanded the head of Deputy
Vance on Exodus.
The Washington correspondent of the
the Baltimore Sun had an inview with
Senator Vance and comes to conclusion
that the Senator had very decided views
on the "race question,"- and he wiH
probably give them to the coantry in
his characteristic style before the
present Congress terminates. He dif
fers from Senators Hampton and But
ler materially as to the best means of
settling the negro problem. He con
tends that nothing substantial can be
accomplished in that direction by the
legislation contained in the several bills
now pending In Congress.. l,It is not
a question," says he, "that can be set
tled by long speeches and complicated
statutes but it is one that must be left
entirely to the southern people to work
out in their own way and in their own
time. Our Republican friends on the
other side of the Senate chamber must
have confidence in us and be patient
I I at rm -a - . .
witn tnose men in tne southern states
advices from Washington, is in the Re-Uho are honestly and hopefully work
ing to bring about a better condition
of things. Those of us in the South
who have been brought in contact with
the negro ever since we were born are
Be on Hand.
If yon are going to do anything, do
The longer you wait and think about
it, and dread it, the worse it mil be.
Be on hand. Life is a great deal
pleasaoter to the person who promptly
does what he is required to do.
Don't keep your friends waiting.
You have lio right to Waste the thneof
other people. If yon are one-half hour
behind time in fulfilling an engage
ment, you may cause a dozen other
parties to break engagements, and un
told perplexities and delays may come
out of just that little shortcoming of
yours which yon look upon as such a
trifling thing. ' id
lo an active, energetic,,, wideawake
person there is nothing more trvin
iw xamcr oi mar dot,
Wordsworth 'Sana wisely that "Th
den had sung before him that "men
are hut children of a ianrer irrowtn."
5 Now for the application. Gen. Henry
Lee, father of the immortal Confeder
ate, wrote or his son
that grew up ffoai this lad, the -most
entrancing, the noblest, the most liv
able figure on the historic Date.
Judge. I'eters, of Kentucky, went to
school with President Jefferson DaW
He has d? awn a portrait of the Ur.
and hee it ist
jWnoiL was with him he was a
good student, always prepared with
his lessons. veryresDectful and nol!ri
id more annoying, thanrndeJ professor. Jj
uevr neaja mm repnmanoea ror neg
lectrng his studies or for miscoaduct
K FRW SLIGHT SYMPTOMS AS OBSKVKD IT
Detroit Free Press. .
Oh, yes, I've got it, or rather i has
got me; I mean this up-vour-nose craze
ate wrote of his son when he was .but new going round, I am greatly tickled
twelve yean old-" As for Robert he with it; that is, my nose . They say
waSWmfol BehoW the man it is the genuine imported article, duty
orace np and make an' effort, you
shiftless, mdolent, always-behind folks;
and see if you cannot come to time !
If you have agreed to be at a certain
piace, oe mere unless you are sick or
dead. In either case you might be ex
cused, but not otherwise.
it yon are a man, aon t keep your
. i ii -mr i ' x a ii
Collector fll. v. 31 as ten and the ap
pointment of Mr. P. T. Lehman in this
iv ' t n ii. i
envision, comprised or rorsytu auu
Stokes counties. The Commissioner
having previously informed Collector
Eaves that the administration was verv
1 T 1
anxious to have all KepubMcan mem
bers in the House "harmonious," as
they would be needed in passing the
appropriation bills, Collector Eaves
consented to make the change, to take
effect January 1st. 1SU0, and to-day
while we write, Masten and Lehman
are in Statesville at the transfer.
Brower' s opposition to Collector Eaves
is thus sacrilied by the sacrifice of a
little division deputy collector, who
like a true Republican and honest man
that he is. with the solid Republican
endorsement of his division, prefers to
surrender ofiice to principle and con
Such dealu have been the bane of the
Republican party in the State and are
in no way creuitame to eiineraji tne
Lehman belongs to the Wheeler fac
tion and was chairman of the rump
better able to work, out this problem wife waiting dinner for you,, unless
than those gentlemen on the other side there is some good and sufficient cause,
of the chamber who are actuated en
tirely by, political motives and the
desire for personal notoriety. If they
will let us alone and keep their contam-
I inating agents away from the colored
people ot the south the problem will
work itself out to the satisfaction of all
"It is this constant interference on
the part of northern politicians," con
tinued the Senator, "that causes most
of the trouble among the colored peo
ple of the South. Why, at this mo
ment I have in my desk letters from
colored men in my State asking me to
i a i a r-
see a certain Republican senator
about some money claimed to be due
for political work done during the last
campaign. It appears that these col
ored men were employed to do certain prompt; and after you once get in
work tor the Republican managers in habit of it, you will like it
the last contest and were promised a
money consideration for the labor per
formed. Times are hard and crops aro
not the best down my way, so these
Republican workers who put their
shoulders to the Harrison wheel want
to help them get their money. 1
paid, and not adulterated, with the
letters blown in. My throat and lan
guage, I am aorrf to say, are hiirhly
inflamed. The mucus gambrinus, I
mean membranus, won't yield to any
thing I may pour down, and I have
tried a little of everything--ewpecially
the latter. I suffer from several
stitches in my head and the lack of
several in my vest, which were hurst in
p needing 1 sneeze at everything I
see, which I do not think is altogether
oroner.and I harp sneh a murine in mv
of anyeort during his stay at the onf- head that the boarder in thenext retom
ye.-sity. Ha was amiabje, pinJent nlid complains of it keeping him awake.
kind to all witnwbom he was associa- I have to get onit step-ladder to talk
ted, and beloved by teachers aad stu- above a whisper, and I am afraid I will
dents." , ' r 'wave to breathe through my eyes L
What a noble boy! History when itiP 1 shake off this timi deling thatie
hold the stylus" of tuth will recOai uPJLl 018 more than U9tirtI pe""! 1
thstt this bov vrbw tin in ar ill.r.-bi.. Cant find any fellow to shake-it off
and imnrMiva manhwi iM -k;..u with. When I sneeze, it lifta ate off
and generally there w not. . Waiting a g4fntleil,t n virty of truth rny feet with Skyrocket force. I
dinner sodsnot only the dinner, but ft h w induer of soul, purest won. in the morning than at night,
the temper of tHe woman who ,s man- prLiples of lile shown out with a and at night it b worse than at morn
ag,t' j ., ifOencfor that his people beheld, with ng, and wheu I cough I don t raise
If you are a woman, and your bus- eltrimtlimi tmirtir, tta .klnh .anything but the neighbors: they say I
band saye he will be around at four
o clock to take you to drive, be ready
for him. Have your bonnet and gloves
Don't keep hira dancing on the
sidewalk for half aft hour clinging to a
hdgety horse while you leisurely get on
your wraps and tooic at your hair in a
hand-glass and hunt up your gloves
and parasol, and wonder whether you
had better take an extra shawl or not.
Have all these things attended to and
decided on before the time he has fixed
A little system and a good deal of
determination will help you to be
coming generwhoos will
armywB hope, will emulate.
I Child; is father, of the man.'"
often, tnjs illustrated ? A
nun . iuw principles never
noble ind lovable man. hu
We never knew a boy who w ami
able and polite and pleasant of mauner
and open in nature and honorable and
truth-telling who ever became a vic
ious, dangerous man. Said an old
man as he inquired coucerning anoth
er old man whom we well knew "I do
not know what sort oi a man he made.
but he was the meanest boy I ever
worked with," He might havo known
what kiud of a man would be dovel-
i - ai: a
oped lroin such a boy. ne was a
declare, said the senator, smiling at
the idea of presenting the letters in
question to one of the richest Republi-
II 1 1 LL W 1' 11
cans in tne senate, "i am almost too
tender-hearted to do such an unchari
table, piece of business. I he question
in my mind is which will suffer the
most the Senator, upon being brought
face to face with such an unrighteous
debt, or the poor darkies being kept
out of their hard-earued money
The Senator does not believe in the
convention (!) which the Republicans, Morgan proposition to snd the negro
D. A, ATWELL'S
Where u full line of goods in his line, may
always be found.
P. H. THOMPSON & 00.
MAN U F ACT U II Ell S ,
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Scroll Sawing, Wood Turning,
in mass meeting, so completely scatter
ed last year. His most noted feat in
political manipulations took place a
few years ago at Mt. Airy, M. L-.,
where he had the Hon. J. M. Brower
removed under charges as postmaster,
aud himself, the assistant, appointed.
I bese circumstances will serve as
painters to show the amity heretofore
existing between the members of the
Mr. iirower. we see, has introduced
bills to appropriate sixty thousand dol
lars to enlarge the government build
ing at toreeusboro, one hundred and
ten thousand dollars each to erect gov
eminent buildings at Winston, Reida-
ville and Oxford, and oue among a
number from a half dozen other States
t I T t '
to remove tneiobacco tax. uut cou
cerning the increase in the capacity 9
graiu distilleries and relief of assess
ments and such practical measures of
actual relief to the people, be bus not,
soar as the public are informed, been
The people of the district are uot
fools aud if these matters affected only
d rower, might be passed by with iu-
diUerence, but during this year of 1890
a solicitor members of the Legislature
and county officers will have to be
elected. It behooves Republicans to
get ready for it
back to Africa. Such a scheme will
uot, in his estimation, be sanctioned by 1 everything when it needs
a majority of the white people of the
southern States. He does not believe
the negroes want or demand social
equality, and thinks they are satisfied
to move along iu their own channels oi
life until the northern politicians till
their oiiud with ideas of political su-1 morseful thought that if jou bad on ly
It is refresh i iii? to do business with
11 i i
a partv wno is aiwavs ou time, aud
a m .
who you kuow will he on time. He
begets courage and confidence in every
body with whom he conies in contact
lie is a power in society. He is a bles
sing to the world. When he dies, he
will be missed.
leach the children early;, to be
prompt. leach them to respect a
promises. Bring them up to tell the
I a a 1 i . . a a a 1
truth ami stick to it. A broken en
gagement is a lie. Sometimes it is
worse thau a he, aud may cause a great We'give beldw the famous Furmans
many more unpleasaut complications Compost Formula and the manner of
than a lie. Be careful in making using it. By the , compost produced
agreements, but when you have once by this formula, upon 60 acres of poor
agreed, stick to the terms of the agree-J laud which the first year only pruducr
ment. ' ed o bales of cotton, probuceu in a few
And if you follow out the prompt, I years o bales per acre.
i 5trni if !. fariulinf a KMU tlrrViHw
reCOgllKe owy m uj innn, a ivps v'fi";
Yes "the around my neck. What little 1 do eat
W'J uTp distresses me, ami it does not always
nfow come from the fact that I haver lately
makes i in arrears with the Jorid lord.,. My
ejes are as watery is railroad stock,
and ray neck is exceedingly stand and
formal". It is a hard matter for me to
turn my head and look across the
street when I am out to let the house
quiet down a little. My mind has
been so affected that I have been near
ly on the point of calling in a doctor,
but it has not gotrquite that 'bad yet.
can't write at night because I sneeze
the lamp out, aud my nose is so sore I
will soon have to chloroform it to blow
it L have paius iu the breast every
"fcvv a v au muvm W J a a k mu Ml . Tl 11 1 I I
..i .:.: 4. I time I he. which u agffravating, while
m!in Hf i.wl x i I am apt to get irntable if aDy oue
obedient, affectionate, 'sympathetic, P"8, m? a liur ? anything of that rt.
helpful sou wiH live and lie the same,
its uiauy a mother can testify, rtucu
a son is verv sure -to make a good hus
band. Wordsworth was right. Wil.
This is a veritable casa of the epizoo
tic, though iu -a mud form, so. the
boarders say, and they aunounce their
intention to present me with a gold
headed cane wheu I hurry and get well.
L - I
a woman gets cross sue
punctual, deserviug method of. doing f The following is Furman's Compost v.(i
il: ...I :l j.. i- u J 1 d I . a iai ; ii. I uau
cross at everybody.
How soon a girl's capital I becomes
a little i after marriage.
' Ttie newsboys of the' dry of Mexico
are all girls. noJifdl
-Smile at some wumeiL aad wiy
. . . V. .a - t Vifl
will toll vou all the troubles they ever
Liilll i ar? V li Tas
to be done,
there are OU chauces out of 100 that
iii at WO I. IO i
you win oe success! u I in lire: ana 3ic
vou are not. you will have the delight-
ful consciousness of knowing that you
have deserved success, and that you will Inure or well rotted organic matter, as
not be continually beset by the re- leaves, muck, etc;, aud scatter it about
premacy over the whites. "It might
ai well be understood now, adds Mr.
Vance, that the white people or tne
South cannot and will not submit to
anything of that kind. It would block
the wheels of progress iu the tooutb,
aud would destroy that kind feeling
that still exists in so many places be-
tweeu the toruier master ana the ser
vant. A large majority of the colored
people there are very well satisfied with
their Dresent lot. and if thev are let
ulone they will work out their own sal-
vatiou among the rJeopie wno have
actually dpxie more for them in the past
than their new and over-zealous politi
cal friends at the North. If any of
the Northern leaders are auxious to
have one-half of the negro population
of the.South transferred to the North
ern and Western States the, Southern
people will not complain, but will con-
tiuue to treat well those who reuiaiu
i i - er i ii
come to time ir you had oniy oeeu oa
hand you would have achieved success
instead of failere. JMtltimoreau.
rermuia aua me manuer or uswig it Tuof n9 i, . QKftu h
, , , I 1 UUW I 7 k U IVU aaa m vtiiaau
m t urtnan sawe, worOs: l nhn9nnA nha ,t,rtv MiirnUiU
-Now to give you the formula upoir ber tiomliliee8,
which my compost is made: lake I wt M -a-U
thirty bushels well rotted stable ma- L.. . ,. t shriuk ,htf knowa
enough to get married.
A woman is'uevcr so badly in love
Sleep Fittiuj', Shaft in -jr. Pullej
Mar. 15 '83.
ill kinds repaired on
Havo own t tied the ofik-e over Mr.
hams Brown's stove store, where
may be found at all hours, day and night,
unless profussidnallv engaged.
J. It. CAMPBELL, M. D.,
J. Ii. COUN'CILL, M. l)x
a Oct. 22, 1889. 4m
turis coins oi ew
One of tho
! '.-oih h I II
the world. Oar fariiitiet are
unr'i'iAit 'J. anu to in'r.idurr our
tOMi 1'IH in rach localtMr.
aa abore X)rj those 'who wfita
$o us fit f n" can make sure of
I the eijsiiie All 3ou hae to do In
rptum i. to show our srcw.rt, to
: those ho call ynur neighbor
and those around jrou Tlie be1-
(rlirnmc of this ailertisement
,h..u the small end of the tele-
The following cat gives the anpe.irj nce of it rdued to
lAnai the fiftieth part of It bulk. It is a crand. double mt tele
"pe.ss large aa is easy to cany We will alsoaliow yosi how you
can make from Mit to'jJlOa'day at least, freoithe surt, with
out experience Uetter write at onte. VVejasy all tpreaa rhars;ea.
Address, H. HALLE IT h Co., Boa 1'ohtla.vd, Maink.
Persons wanting to buy
near lavii cstohc Colle-'e
to iiM.uirc at Tills OFEICE
truck ed. " bartered and bet raved, not
only those around them, but also each
other, nvA all without a higher thought
than personal gain. Experience has
taiigjit tbem the fact that from a united
and unanimous party they can expeet
noliung. and so their constant effort is
to read the body politic to pieces in
the hope of plunder from the frag
ments. When Collector Eaves was
appointed Brower announced his in
tention to fight his continuation:
-through the 'Commissioner he attacked
his appointees; Democratic revenue
agents were turned loose to raid the
j district, and in Surry county alone,
around Grower's own home, distil
leries and huudrets of dollars of prop-
erty were reported destroyed by these
1 men iu a single week, who hail for four
, years previously drawn their salaries
j under Mr. Cleveland without even hav
ing discovered the territory. Assess -'
ments against distillers who had oper
! ated uader surveys made and with
' storekeepers and gangers appointed by
the government and kept in by theap-
, proval or these Democratic ageuU, fol
low next, amounting to thousands of
dollars. As if enou'.i had not already
been done to disgust the people with -t
sy tern u.u ur.illy distasteful a:;;l hate
ful, an or.Lr incre.uing the c ipacity to
three g til p b s'.i.l W u p;-j;r.l-
Wiio does not dread the visitor wjio
. . 1 I aw a I . 1
starts, then thinks ot soineiifinir else
to sav: rises, and then thinks of anoth
er subject of converaaUon; nearly by his daughter for
reaches the door, and then mis anotner
Terelairion; reaches the door, and most
Bfobably holding it open, is aj-oused to
aldegree of mental brilliancy which
threatens his health and that of his
host or hostess bv lonir detaining of
both in a cold draught while he d
courses? W hat, a tax on the patience
and politeness of the listener, who
vainly strives, by assenting instantly
to every proposition, to end the inter
view and break the restraining bond of
polite attention. A. J. Sua.
What's in a Word
. . . ,. i-. . .. in
A Xew York nastor. who thoiiLrnt a he inquired ot tne nnuuie
-.-.. . J . - I . -,Mf L .
Scotchman, had lived in America over wearing a widows cap, wijo
fttrrv nura. was one dav taken to task
the broadness oi
bi neeoont in the nronuiiciati on or
the word "difference. '
-sr it ii . "r r i- "a r
ncaa me ionowinir: mt. ii. ji orris,
Newark, Ark., says:41 Was with down Abs
cess of Lungs, and friends ud physicians
pronounced me an Incurable Consump-
tive. Began taking I)r- Kings rsew
Discovery for Consumption am now on
inv third bottle, and able to oversee the
work on my farm. It is the finest medi
cine ever made."
Jessie Middleware Decatur, Ohio
snys: "Had it not been for Dr. Kin
New Discovery for ("onsuniption I would
have died of Lung Troubles. Was giveii
up by tloctors. Am now in best of
health."' TrVit. Sample bottle free at
T. F. Klutt & Co. Drug -Store.
How do I pronounce it? he
" You say 'dufference.
" And what do you say
Looking at her for a moment, aud
getting her to rejeat, he continued:
Well, now, M , will you piojise oe
i-i i i II .1 .1 . . IV. .......
so Kind as to ten me me unucicnu:
between dufference and dufference?
The daughter gave up her hopeless
I I 1 . . a I - I . a. . i t a ara . . . .
scholar to gang uis asu gain m i'-
nunciatlon in the future, llarir s
Blair Says it's All Sight
Mr. S. O. Iilair, Chicago, says: "Wc
'could not ket-p house witliout jour
Clarke's Extract of Flax Skin Cure and
Cough Cure. We have used both for
"iiumfcTi.ns' tronblcs, tptciany ior our
thild. We rcctwuiuend the Cough cure
"to every fiuuity having children. We
"useil it tbr Whooping Cougji aith rc
"markably tpiiek and sjttisfactory results
"and use it lor auy and every eoiiyh tlie
d'airtily innv liavc." Only oi.e lar-e
Iwttle. Price $1.00. If vmu want tho
be.-t loilei Mwii aet Clarkes rlax Jvip
25ents. Ask Jno. II. Jauiaf
fr UiCe preparulious.
Faithfal to His Trust.
The sun was setting in a blaze of
midsummer glory, and its dying, rays
lit un a traiiuua lansdcaue.
wliose quiet lines and velvet lawns
lovely meadows" the lengthened shad
ows grw fainter and tuiuter. The
earth was sinking to repose, aud forth
from their -invisible
came the soft voices
to mingle their liquid melodies with
the softly-breathed sign of departing j
A wan, haggard man, whose worn
attire, halting step and" ilroopiug head
proclaimed him a weary wouderer over,
many a lagging mile drew near to the
modest little cottoge ori one Of tne
quietest streets of thepttuceful village.
He dragged himself up tlijp afeps and
rang the belL . f : t
4,Doe.s Mrs. Kersmith reside here?."
to the summons. - . j .u v
,tki am .Mrs. Kefcimitli, she repletl.
A ii Tina K nrm i f.n
"Yes. sir. May I ask what-"basi-
.1-1 il ' I
uireeiacuee. ;iuck upon a piece that sho does not try to find out
giouud so situated t iat water wiihnet of njr eogagetucnt rig.
stand on it but shed off in every o- . ThrfevU bas a puKieulmr4y hot firo
rection. The thirty bushels will kha muu r mFZ irauU. to lead
reigb about?, nine hundred1 pouirds . daughter husbaud-huntimf at six-
mifk of irrwul fiKidl r 'nnosw
Take two huadrod pounds of good acid
phosphate and one hundred pounds
kainit and mix thoroughly; then scat-
ilunif Mer eveu'y on Mie manure. Take next
c ....a I thirty bushel.sr greeu cotton seed aud
uisinouie uvouiy over n one, jjuu
wet them thouroughly; thev will'
weigh uiue Jtftudred pounds; take again 1
two hundred pouuds acid
Listen ! exclaimed the uided man
jn a trembling voice. "Dqju renieni
bqr years ago, when you were a young
and blooming bride that y oh sent your
husband to the city one day to execute
"What?" almost surioked the lady,
'4are you "
4'I am he, Ann- Jane!" he said wild
ly. 4iIt has taken me a long time, but
I hare found tho ribled stockings of
the exact size and color you wanted.
Here they are! At last! At last!
And as the last rays of the sinking
sun lingered a moment on the tree
tops and then vanished utterly, th
worn" haggard wanderer fell fainting
' aa til
He had leeii
You occasion ly find a 'woman
who thinks she is iutellec,usdr rfeecaueo
she has aiargu number of correspon
As soon sis the man get the fire
built aud the room warm his wife
rwMa mo tal n ft a i i 1 W . nfo f v 'aif f 1 I k
phof.rut Bouse VM '3liir
Quo off your delicate womtn wil!
tiAvor jiilmit 1 Isut ailias isi liiiinrv. Hlii,
Uie maaure, and. keea- on Una way, Lrill tluit hu U tmmtin k litiU
iing, an yoqr heap layer by la)'rj.UuiBt Ji
uutu vou gee it as mgn as convenient; A woluan nevor becomes so inballi
theu cover witti six inches of nchittllf at,. i:irnj rtiat if if nn
Lrl'iucr la, tWu uuuureu pouuus aciu piiofioato
lT? V, iifinit; mix;
iueloLi?r A aee3; begin on
f;lt; - Uio maaure, aada keea-i ou this way,
earth front fence corner, aud leave at
least six weeke. Wheu ready to uau
tu tufctiuhl, cut with a spajde or.ick
axflsoiaru don, uid mix i& thorough
ly as possible. Now we Iiiye thirty
bushels of manure, weighing iiiae hun
dred potirrJand three hundred pounds
of licltemieula in iUie, hnt layer, and
thirty bushels of cotton seed, weigh
ing nine hundred 'pounds, :uid tlyree
JiundrllP jxions of chemicals iu
the ifr iten layers ' combine to foiln
hrjwfecfc epiapoet.' l-Toa preceive
tJiat ' Ums waig,i is t,4ii0 ound.
Apply the jjhrst year oOO pounis
:he drill; tlie iaij
ure to others to hear her . edax her
children to speak a piece.
e-TbeiT is only oae thing that pleases
a woman more than to be referred to
as 4 do ajaJ that is to near a man re
ferred to as the hawk.
The question with womenJ Is it
better to marry a mau who is thought
less and leu-vtb tlie door open behind , .
or marry a aiau who thinks to close
the door, hut forgets to leave out the
slain ? Jialtwiorean..
-? r.ii rf..j m-i'it . : iiuumti- ,
year 1,KMJ pounds; and tne third yter
2,KX) pounds, after thrs use from 4,Xf
to 20,i)0ft potifids per acre as you nuiy
he able to prepare.
We will add that the foruinlar, re
duced to tne quantities of each ingred
ient necesSfiry to make a ton of com-
posfe would be as follows
Stable manure., etc.
Cotton seed; (green)
A 7sry Largo Porcontaga
Of the American people are troubh-d with
u mo t aiiiiOvbir. triuiblesoine ;m I tli?--
Oll hisown UOOl-siep. lie ii.m oreo a .rec.ll,k. Cirm,!lit ealle.1 -Catarrh.' It
faith ful to his trust. ... . , i , n,st neceasainr to lie a troubled. It L
ili-niiiiistnttrd f bevontl question- that
Clarke's Extract of Klax (lapilloii Ca-
Rev. Minor J. Savage in the April
Wi ilt f .-.ty: There are only two
classes of jieisons who can ;.ffol,d to
speak to an audience vi: limit the inont
caiel'i.l and laWious prepar tjon i
spil' d jK-ojde Mild foo...
How Long to Sleep.
Ifo to the fifteehth vear most vouna
people require ten hours, anti until the
twentieth year, nine hnnrs. Aflerhat
age every one finds out how much ho
or she require, though as general
rule, at least six to eight hours are nec
essary. Eight hours' sleep will pri?
vent more nervous derangements in,
women than any medicine can- cure
During growth there must be ample
sleep if the brain is to bo developed to
its fullest exteut,and the more nervous,
excitable or precocious a child it, the
longer slefp shouhUt gt if its intel
lectual progress m not tn come to a
preuiatirrirstand-still, or iU life cut
short at a early age.
Buoklen's Arnica Salve.
Tub IJkstai.vb in the world for fJuts,
liruisK. Soree, Ulcers, Salt bin tun. Fever
8 r Telle. Chappetl HaUdi.r Clulblall
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iarnniru ; 1 I rs..r.. .....I uilHkin Mm rri iiiUh. Mini uilii;
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. i aa i. ..... o-. ......i. t uurnvy relaadi-
Ji.o. II. Km.M DrugSioic. -:lV.
. ly "cure Pile, ri p;y
I "Uaraiitccd lo u'lve iwrte
I. -. PiMe ',' ci-iiU pes box
4 F-r M IviulUaVtu.