SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1891.
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-'Castorlais Wwcll adapted tochQdrcn that
I rocommr ndit as superior to acy presenptioa
b0wn to nc." II. A. Aacnra; H. D.,
Ill So. OzIorJ :t.j Brooklyn, ?. Y.
.. . - fncti-ritt Ii.ro universal and
. " . " . ' .,rr7,wt it am8 a work
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CJT JlARTTO, p.p.. ;
. New York City,
tato Pastor Wopnuasdalo EefornioJ. CLurch.
Costorla cores Colic, CoasJtipatioR,
Soiiriilonoach, "Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives cluep, and proicotcs oi-
Pot oeTpral years I have recommended
your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to
do so as 6 has invariably produced beneficial
EnwiK F.,Pardct. M.
"Tho Winthrop," l5tu Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
TraCraTACR Cojcpaxt, 77 Murray Street, Kew Tons.
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Can you read that ?
1 rn mil ifnnw what it mp.anRY
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French man nnd Ihq Flea
A Frenchman once so runs a certain ditty
I:nl crossi-il the Straits to Londort City,
To get a living hy the arte of Frunet,
And teach his neighbor, rough John Hull
But, lading pupils, vain was all his; skill;
His fortune sank from low to lower still,
Until at last pathetic to relate "!
Poor Monsieur landed at starvation' pate.
.Stan Jinc, one day, boside a cook-sho; door,
And pazin in wi tli aggravation sore,
He mused within himself what lie suM do
To fill hi:'- empty maw and pocket too.
I5v nature shrewd, lie soon contrive! a plan,
And thus to execute it straight began:
A niece of common brick he (iiiiekhi found,
.Vtnl with a harder stone to powder ground.
Then wrapped the dust in many a dainty piece
Of paper, labeled "Poison, for the Fleas,"
And sallied forth? hi roguish trick to try.
To show his treasures, and to see who'd buy.
From street to street he cried, with lusty jell.
"Here's grand ami sovereign fleapomlare to sell!''
And fickle Fortune seemed to smije at last,
For soon a woman hailed him as he, parsed.
Struck a quick bargain with him fof the lot,
And made him five crowns richer on tho f p it.
Our wight, encouraged I y this ready sale,
Went into tho business o.i a larger gealc,
And soon, throughout all London scattered ho
The "only genuine poudard for the flea.''
Eiig.ige;l,.otie mopning, in his new yocation
Of mingled boasting and dissimmulation,
lie thought he heard himself in angler called;
And, Kiire enough, the self-saBia woman
In a not mile or very tender moo: j
From the same window where" before she stood:
"Hey, there " she said, ' you Muiisltjr Povvder-
Kscapc my clutches now, sir, if you can;
I'll let y oil dirty, thieving Frenchmen know
That, decrnl people won't be cheated so."
Then spoke Monsieur, and heaved a saintly sigh,
With humble :Utitinle and tearlul eye:
'Ah, M.nlame ! s'il vons plait, attejnlez-vous,
I vill dis lectle ting explain to yous
My poudare gran'! Magiiifiwic ! Why abuse
Aha!. 1 show yjou how to use him:
First-you must wait until you catch de flea;
Deal tickle he on the petite lib, yoi see,
And when he laugh aha! he opejiis throat;
poudare down ! jlJegar ! he
the two until Jack lftaiui then Pey
went up stairs to pull 'over some old
trunks of her own iwuther's to see
what she cr.iild find Knitahle to wear to
the hall. She came across :i Iwautitnl
white brocade white tiuj' ink roses
embroidered over it.
Now,"" she soliloquized, "this would.
just -suit me mane u witn a little ot f..,,.,. ls, :t llf tl) ,,., t b.,f ..f .iV.
i t4ns lloniton lace. Mrs. Uihlreth will i.1Pll,iti r.,.; : i.:k i 4
A Short Address to Youngf Men.
The tiniy h:ts com? when ymin men
must ?)e educated or fall into the rear
rsmk.j Ever one must choose his own
position in life. This he does whenever
he settles the question as to whether
he will be an educated or an uneducated
inau.i lhpre is no avocation or eal hi?t
A 5.00 ITnibrclla, at
Warranted three years.
-v; A 4 Clock at $3 Actual cost.
A S2.00 Breastpin at .
X 1.00 I'rcastpin at . .
A ;50 Breastpin at
.vxvsvi ;'t nnviho' loser and vou in
lltH'l UVM- - W j
you eomc soon. Truly yours,
W. H. REISSUE
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the discount head in same
jvnd vou inak6 lt d
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To ths Highesi
Carries the Largest Stock of
3 a . K-7
5 n m
bo Found ia tho
Pi'gXy Miidivth was the inilie of the
vill;n;e. No one ever quest joned tin t
fact. There were as many girls as
pretty as l'ejro;y, but none its bright
and saucy. C'-rtainly no yo ing girl
of IS had more suitors or Uufvv bet.ter
how to refuse them :uid still -keep them
at her feet. j
Now, IVggv hau a stepmother ' asm
id fa't.her, and like the traditional step-.
nother, this one was hard to live 'with.
Perhaps I'eggy was a little ro blame
herself, tor she slrongly .oyj -ete.l to
beiiiij ilictuted to. even whens, as Mrs.
Hildreth would inform her, "it wfas
only fr her oven good; put it was
ihe week lefore she had heels he.ml to
say she 'should be 'glad hen thai
witch was well married and out of I he
house,'' w can hardly blame I'eggy for
not having 'unquestioned faith in Mrs.
Ilildretirs desire for her good.
One afternoon, when these two had
had a few words of anything but an
amiable nature, the servant iannouneed
a caller for Miss Peggy. Mr. Jack
Leslie of the Seventh Regiment, it ap
pend from the card, and Peggy lis
tened to meet him,. looking; with her
sparkling blue eyes and golden curls,
gowned in a short-waisted white muslin
tied up under the anus with "a broad
sash,1 tike an animated Kitte Green
'()h, "Jack, Pin so glad you've come!
ilrs. 11. and " I h; v : been having it
aiin,' although 1 came out ahead,"1-
faint with horror at the idea and say
Til look like my own gran Imother.
Then, perhaps, somebody will fail
in love with my own grand-
nothei. Now 1 11 put it on and dance
the '.minute with someliodv s grand
father. I wish the somebody's grand
father looked like iimvrath .Ovendle,
tlwi hateful old thing. I'd like the fun
of refusing hiui. Now Peggy, wait a
moment. If Air. Overalle should ask
yon to accompany him to 'Montana,
and spend a dull existence with an in
valid sister and an aged mother, would
you, after all refus"? Oil, brother, it's
too warm to get into discussion with
And doing tho sweet, old fashioned
gown up into a bundle. Peggy saun
tered down to the village dressmaker,
and alter leaving there, decide! she'd
jmt run in and see if Widow Tucker'
boy was recovering from slow fever.
It was a poor little cottage into
which Peggy wended her way, and the
widow herself looked half-fed.
l'l don't believe you've hud any din
ner to-day," thought Peggy, "and as
you're too proud .to ask for it, I'll have
"Why don't you take a ralk while
sit by Jamie and tell him stori.'s?'
she said' aloud. "Ami, by the way, if
you're goining by ourhouse just step in
and get my cape and tell liannjih to
give vou your dinner. It wilt save
yon cooking here."
The widow gladly went, and 1 eggy
annuel herseliand J.unie inventing
While in the mid lie of one she
glanced up and beheld Ilowarth Over
alle standing in the doorway with a look
of rapt admiration o:i his face.
"Do you come here often?" was his
sh; replied, while Jamie's
ucalpui is not nrccessary to the highest
e young man, no matter
what jhis abilities are, who goes into
business life without a welt-trained and
well-stored mind goes Into it half made
up. You know men who have been
successful and somewhat influential
without being educated in the schools.
True but nunilers of men of this class
have said" to me: "The greatest mis
take of my life has been that I did not
become thoroughly educated before en
j teriiig upon business life. I have made
imney and won t.i it what men call
success, but lam not mentally equipped
mlj and opnortunitie to
There are very few professional mu
sic teachers in our country who do not
know the absolute importance of cor
rect technique, "and who do not insist
upon their pupils acquiring the "touch
legato" at the very commencement ol
the study of Hie piano.
very .fortunate in having few profes
sional teachers of voice culture who
are unacquainted with the rudimentary
principles of correct singing, such as
"eteady breath pressurf," "position of
tlie mouth and tongue," etc." This is
certainly a very promising state of af
fairs for a new country like our owji,
which is at present in it.s"nuis!cal
childhood. But we are fearful, that in
oiir nineteenth century ambitious haste
to reach the maturity of "musical man
hood, many of our professional teach
ers an? sadly negligent of that all im
portant and necessary accomplishment
cf playing and singing at sight. Cer
tainly we would not consider a person
; to I e a "luminous fountain of light" in
i i .
w,i!cn my maney an t la.ior have ; the literary world, who was unaole to
I .1.4. Il . i l i i r . J .. V
oioiigm uie. it is now too late, Out l
would giv.? thousands it I could undo
this fatal error."
read and write with comparative case
his or her own native language.
Neither should w eonsier that, nerson
v :.i i.. t ii ,i : ' :
ii a vwii aiso oo,erve mac ine?cmeu to 1C, :l cultivated iuumc teacher, or . a
are the most de'ernimed that their chil- n.-,,.!,;., bl ivf
be thoroughly educated. k-t,.!l ilw.hinn" ,,f :. i.nnl b-iibu! i
educated. , k-te!l lu. tmu." of a lumuhir balhu
fill T . . . I I I
I hey do not want their sons to reneat ' rdT-,T.b 1
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their tolly or inherit their misfortunes.
In the" main, boys have much more
to do in determining this m ittu than
they think. Aim si; tvjry father will
be found willing to educate his son,
.even with gi'3 it labor and sacrifice to
himself, provided the boy shows' a pro
per ambition to raise alnve the c nu
ll o : level andexhib ta j r.i'swoi t!iy dili
gence in the use of the oouon unities
organ or piano.
Not many months ago, we presented
a very simple song to a voice teacher
of reputation, in jjie city in lwhicli
she resided. Upon looking at the
piece she said:
"The words are perfectly lovely,
lint, tell me, is the tune as pretty as
We asked "can't you tell from ,the
! TlialV No Way.
, We clip the following from tfov
Concerning Col. Polk, n IiahigU
correspo-muMit says: 4 rent many
people have lieen asking; Who is thw
man who is the official rcpiecntafivr
We sire JilsoJ of four-fifths of the farmers of the
United" States ? Raleigh has known
him since ho was' a Imy, aiid Iwileigh
answers readily, Republicans as well rs
Democrats: Until five or six years
ago he was a failure; tjie:i he became
a inanof destiny. He failed as a far
mer, he failed sis a soldier, lie failedis
a legislator, he faileil sis a SSite officer,
he faileiPiw irland netitan 1 he weiiB
to mash ns a manufacturer of a patent
medicine. His' worse failure was ns a
farmer, as the other; fanners of ilm
country have risen en masse Jiml rait
him at tjieir head its an awful cxiimpN',
so that the legislators ho love their 7
country i may take warning and pas
t he sub-ti casts ry bit!.' - ";
Heaping abuse or ridicule upon Col.
Polk does no good for aiiv me. In
fact, this personal abuse business lia
gone to seed. All parties are becoming
guilty of mud slinging. ZThe sifuat iou
is really a serious oiu, and it deserves
the soberest and calmest study of the
brainiest men efth ag';Hid "t uiut,
from the very seriotisnss of the situa
tion, be discussed in srcQJiservsitive
manner, free of personalities and bitter,
invective;?. -"T-- " ,!
The Standard does not seek to den v-
the above, bt t it dos say that 1 Jut
eves dil.itetl, to
"What ar.L you. here for':" he
"My laundry," was the brief reply.
He saw her home thorough the twi
light ami Peggy idler u.at tci k more
in enst than ever in her gown for the
The evei.iM-gcamc and with it Jack
Leslie for I'eggy, an l when he saw Let
"Why, Peggy Hildreth, you lovely
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picture: 1 am iiiuo-.i leuipie
you of? by main ferce, you
Well, vou needn't," scarcely re
marked Peggy ,s;s she a her. d her p : a
cloak around her and let him put her
into the carriage.
Words of admiration could b? heard
from all sides as she entered the hall
with her escort. And she did look
Inwlv The "olden curls were gath-
ered on to
I Buy in Largo Quantities Direct from Factories
and Will Give Low Prices,
"Wxite for Catalogue and Prices.
liMni if not
"E. M. ANDREWS,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
mention the Walrtiman Hien yoa write.
J ifiivin : irroatlv increased my facilities for handling
sti.rin-- COAL tlie coming; season, I would now again. respoct-
fullv solicit any and all orders, .entrusted to. me, promising to
fiTi-mlt you projnptly with what coal you may want at the lowest
inaVR-ct price. In order to obtain advantage of the lowest sum
mer juices, vou should at once send me your orders. Remember
that Handle only the best grades of screened Coal, including
the Tied Ash, suitable for "grates, stoves, heaters, etc.
Also keep on hand at all times tV finest" grade of blacksmith
coal. T. ALLEN BROWN.
SfATESYILLE MARBLE WORKS
Is the Place to Get Monuments, Tombstones,
A large stock of VERMONT MARBLE to arrive in a few days
satisfaction in every respect and positively .Will iut be undersold. ,
: Of all y, specially
- J " C. B. WEBB,
MeuUon tUc y'atchma:i k 'at: itu v.i tie.
with a laugh.
"A'J usual, I S3e. lut what were
i- ..it.:..: m'
you ouarrelilig over mis unier
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"Well, 1 11 tell you. I caned tnai.
youn" Bliss a fool or an idiot, I don't
remember which, and as ne is distantl y
relateei t) Mrs. II. she naturally ol-
jected. We argued the matter over to
some length, ami then she told me to
orove the statement or take it back.
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I said I could, and tliat sue wouki agree
with ine if she had only heard "him
propose the other other night.
"It was done in this way.1' and Peggy
.to d up at an angle ot 45? and toyed
with an imaginary eye-glass: vv eaiiv
Miss Ilildwelh, you weally must do me
the;au extreme kindness ot accepting
my name and an estate,doncherk now,'
and that after shegave in, and I eggy
took two walt turns and then sank
into an easy chair and said:
"Now Jck, let's have it. I know
you've brought some good news by the
disagreeable way the lines ,iu your
"Well, you've just guessed aright, so
just. catch our breath while I relate
all I know"! The Seventh; intend giv
in" a ball on the ;rl of next mouth,
ami PvW eome over to invite you early,
so there can be no mistake about your
going with me."
"Ik-ally; honor brightr; cut your
throat. Oh, how lovely! How niceoi
vim to ronie oer and tell me before
the other knew anything about it !"
"Well, as long as you elon't throw
me over the lat moment for Overalle
or any of the Wainwriglit boys, I shall
Peggy actually colored, for llowrath
Overable was oneof the few men whom
she could not bring to her fi'et. Not
a very handsome man, but tall and
distinguished looking bearing himself
tike" the true, honest soldier that he
was. He had often widchid Peg-y
Hildreth from afar and contrasted her
with the pnie, tired, invalid sister he
had M home in far-away Montana.
Jack" Leslie hael purposely me ntioned
Over..ble iust te tease Peii:v. He had
always known her; and as she pestered
him when it suited her uietod, he once
in a while letaiiated. j
It was war to the kii.fe betwee i
ami yet in that crowif you find . im:i"
who are the victims of circumstance
notwithstanding Hio' fact that tiny
were honest, active, energetic, and i i
their own way did a work of iucaltn
labie value to the cmnmuuitv, church
and State, yet -so tar as lltey are con-
top of her he sd; the
beautiful brocade was nio.lernrd; clip
pers had heen made to match the gowiu
and although Peggy took only a 3 boot,
she had squeezed her foot into a 2, the
,.,ilf Luin.r betote the evening was
half over in one giving wav when sh
was dancing with Caj tain Van Le i!cn.
"Now,'' said Peggy, philosophically,
liI :nn (iiiished for ('ai,cinr. Alt I call
do is to flirt."
"No such thing," said the captain.
"I shall send for some more slippers
and he was as good as his word.
When thev came I'eggy was sur
rounded by admires, and bedding up
the pretty broken slipper she said:
"What do you bid for it
"A box of gloves," said Jack Leslie.
"Two boxes," said captain Van La-
Til go one better and offer three
boxes and a live-pound box of candy, '
exclaimed an ardent at in. re r.
IVgy saw Mrs. Hildreth gazing at
her iulioiror and with her eyes dancing
.with merriment, she said:
"Come quickly! Ibdaway! Ill
marry the Highest bidder."
"A diamond bracelet ! '
"Two. tickets for Patti!"
And so the bids rattled on, and Peggy
f mud heivelf the ient-rot a large ad
miring circle, and she began .to wish
she was well out of it all.
At that moment Sir. Ovealle ap
peared and stepping forward quickly
said: , ,
"I offer over-all. And I'eggy laugn
article is a thrust an I a ridicule burht
at a movement that is not only fis ! f "
tic but serious. : ,
Any faiivminelcd man must knoi
and admit ths.t the vast nmjoNty t f
whiuii his father provides for him you 1 seoiv vM t he human family have gricvnncc!,aiirl-
may have thought of it, I ut it is really I "0:i! no!" she replied, "Not until 1 that 'hardships are encountered',. tlist
a great atilictio t for parents to have ' it over upon tlfe piano." are peculiarly galling. We Cannot say
A young lady a gnala.de of one of Hiat thes grievances have Jiad rtju;-..
the best known music s.Jiooh ot our origin in 1'iire lazin; Si or tho 'total
lan I. with a dioloin i si '! ed by every want of sense. That would bcl. aim-.
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to pie lie ot rue mackest nue.
her ability to give musical instruction Col. PolU may have tailed in iiU-tlio
to pupils 'of every grade, was recently cases mentionedof thi we do not
offered a position in a sout hern college, .know lint can you tot sit-down right
where she was re-quired to teach sight here at home and count on your finger
v it. r nr to a hi-.'" e h-ss of niini s. He- uien wiio nave oeenneetoiai lauurc
o n o i i
fore giving b) lier field of labor she. in
terviewed a niiisic;:! friend, and ask
1 1 i in to give her some instructions,
coiifes-iing that she did hot know how
to teach pupils to "sing" by note."
These are not isolated instance-;
many more could be triveu to prove
what is well known to eminent chorus ecrned they fell bankrupts by the way ?
directors, that comparatively very few I lave they tlone no good? bucccs
of our singers c an sing from a. core, and usefulness must not be measured
unavoidel by th; orchestra or some, ty' 'Hw and cents alone a;i-ul..l..t. r
in.luslri.d asMstanee. enn tlo that much; a miser.ibl, duty
i One cause of this unpardonable miser can heap, up tbllar.H and cenl ;
neglect of a very important branch of and be a curscf to the community an I
musical' instruct ion, by music teachers an eye-sore to civilization. "
of high reputation, for teaching any- To retun; these who bitterly op.
thin" that the "Hoi Polloi" can reallv poic the AUianee m all iU feature
undstand and annreciate. Another can not do their -side any good by
going to early into what is cilled busi-.'pa:se is that many teachers are afraid heaping abuse upon its leaders. . I Ley
ness. Thev and sometimes their par- 0f sight' singing, ' becuse there are so niay be wrong, and tlw;y nriy eveii hi?
cuts, feel complimeutel that, the are lu;my uiTMeut sysiuns of teaching it. bad men, but ll principles aVe; invoiVed
called at the ago of 15 or 10 years to () .0 prefers the "movable do" another .they live though temporary leaders
laiKTlt tlie "m -.-ahle do" to scorn, and totter, tjll and perish.
prefers the "tix.d do" while esthetic The Grange sprang up, grew rapidly
fleet that he who is a bright oftic:! boy (:IS was s aid Of lie.i A ihem of old, and then died It died because ot tlui
at 15 is more than likely to be only an ..m:iv ,is trdj - increase,") - dotes upon lack of well-df fined purpo-esy.lac.,- of
the "tonic sol fa system." Oar ed- iu(iiViuuuiiiyami pi iijcip.iujr -..n m
iiorial opinion is that it is of maioi- desiuing politicians iiutl ineii who4i I
imoortance that music pupils be taught not know a plow-point frora
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sight singns, and ot minor importonce
what system is used in siccomplishilig
Let the teacher adapt himself and
his teaching to the best capabilities of
sons who arj without a:i ambition to
be something in the wodd; who will
not.-when in school at home or abroad,
study and strive to excel; who are con- j muluMT f the faculty, ccrlil y;n:
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tent r,o ue nottr.ng or next to noining.
Are, you willing to be one of these?
The world shall h.ive your t j answer a
little later in life.
There is in this day and in this land
no excii. e for one who fails to become
fdne ited. . Any -young man with a
good mind and good health can edu
c i''i himself, ail 1 thus heenm; fitted
. for a grand and useful life, lw so
imt.'ii.-; iii) ins iiinm (hi t iic irf.
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E least two men in the history ot
our nation ii eve. in tn3 race oc rue
iva!er dihiculiie than those which
onfront von, arisen
he United Stats.
l ! II
sniiciv Have overcome me
to presidency of
Thousands in other
culties, and have arisen to places ct
great usefulness and honor i i the les
public places of life. Yon can do the
Many ef our brightest, and best boys
and young men are being ruined by
ot responsibility in the
the ottice; but you re-
othce boy at oO, the compiini n t s van
hji an I the serious- results begin to
appear. This is tine, because as a rale
young men mu.-t he educated at from
15 to -21 years of age. Any argument
in business takes away a taste for the
drill work iieccessrry to a thorough
education. The right time for this
l " noe-
audio sought to tell, the hoir;st 1 1.
farmer how to raise clover, : cotton,,
wheat and oats.- This distinguished
him and he quit we saw that. ; -.'
The Alliance is one thousand times
stronger tlmn the Grange ; it has indi-
viduality about it. It may full it
ing, and the:
are man v voting men who
academic trail -
or a few mouths
the "word method " and it is still
nioo'ed finest ion among educators,
education process having passed, it can t lie pupil. Our forefathers learned to
1, i-..ivilli.il n'til thus the VOIIIIL' 1 Kt- Ui--t h.-n-eiiiir (beii- " 11 (V"
1ICI1.I n.v.ii .) ., i-j UMU IM m il Hill "Pn " , I - t" 1 '
i... f.,'..i M,Kf:,L-P le.s hound his life i.i.... ...... t-,.erl,f tr. re:id Lv may go asunder auditt tailure wsu
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pieoictcu iui fcin-t jun iiuu uvi.i i i-
announced for l&HJ2,&eM cM as differ-
i . t . ' ' 1 -T - " .'-
which is the better nntiioil. So let -in p-"P c u w'u t i.u.u.
each teach us the system he or-he luis on the Uml-plates ot tliese stormy tunes,
formed bv experience U le best adapted' YeJhe Alh.mce may -o U pieces,
to improve their pupils in the a!i-im- but- fellow-citizens, : there are gnev-.
f.,. i.,,t 1 1 1 1 w 1 1 1.-ri,.h :,ee(Mn,liJi- auces t hey are not yet healed. 1 here
leent of siirdmr at siirht. F. L. Pitis4'e haiilsh.ps thartangdipavily rMut
o C r"
to a so-called "business sciiooi, and
get there a little technical training in
iu type-writing, stenography, book
keeping, special engine .'l ing, and the
like, and think that they are prepared ,
for life. They seek a "bread and but-
ter" education"', and they will probably
find il ; but they will also find when
it is too late, that they have prepared
themselves for being only the servants
and followers of other men, instead of
These stores, farms, oftioes, and busi-.-biils
are briniiii'' up our seed
corn to satisfy Ihe hunger of avarice.
In this whole matter of securing an
education vou must beware of indiffer
ences, and delay. Think upon the
clatter. Look at ;.d.antages of the
one course and the dis idvautages of
the other. Ii) not ' '"-.
start at the rigut time often results in
a failure to go at all. Putting off till j
next fall what on ought to begin th S
tall inav prevent vou, as it h;:s thou
sands d' others, ti-oin ever becoinmg
In this regard, as in all others, aim
. .1.1 iii
h. Do not be contented lo no ua.i
.1 4 II it
Develop to the r Tulitic-s Hie
taleii.s wiii. h God has- con 'erred upon
you. The day in which' you live de
m.neb t:io:oijily educated men as
befoie it ha- ever done. It must
will have them. V ill
in-dv called: "Gone! am
wahVang with the highest bidder.
The circle then disbanded, murmur
ing, "Tricked," "puns not allowed," and
similar reiuaiks but Peguy was happy,
i i li .... 1. I Out wlin met.
and wlieli nan ao nui -
the possessor of the slippe
...,i,wv ..mi asked her it sue
SCI .H VII J ....v.
con firm her remark and marry
r in the con
highest bidder she only said in a nall-
i, ,,.r m iniier. liltt Willi a sellout
blue eyes for once: "I
b tar-bay i ngs.
always keep my won..
K.-II. CliiTord. New Cassell, Wi., was
tpabled with Neuralgia and Uiu'iiina-
. i : 1 1 .
Usui, his Moiaacu uai oisoiuci co, ins
Liver was alb ctcd to an alarming decree,
jipjietite fell away, and be was terribly
reduced in stieugth ami IL-sh. Tiirte
boltles of E!ectri- Hitters cured hitu.
JM .vai d Shepherd, Hai l isbui , III.,
had a running sure oi hii leg of eight
years' standing". U-d three bottles of
, Electric Hi iters aa.l eevciK boxes ot
i Uu-jkl en's 'Arn tea Salve, and ''bis. leg is
! sound aiMrwell. John Speakc.-, Catawba,
()., had live large l';vi r s ire's on his leg,
doctor said be was inccr.dile. One bot
1 1.. 1' ., i i i.. Uitii is ui.d one box IJuck-
A failure to jt.u-s Vrnica Salve en rid hiui entirely.
Sold bv Kluttz oc C'odni-msts.
nineteen-twentieths of the eople, Le
they town or rural ; eople. They aiei
witji. us with a veiigeance ; Asolutieui
must l.c had, Ix-cause rip?ne,s dc.uaudj,
it. If this mighty. and gigantic n;oe
inent tails with wends and ballots t.
correct tho existing evils and to re
move the causes ftn? grievances, do o.i
"think the matter: will dry up? Not a
bit of it. It is too widToo iongtoo
tleep Jiud too (ild to hush up that way.
rvvoluttoii mare bitter tlian winds.
aiid morcseiioas-thim .ballot&will come.
The quest ion, if this be true, should
not be ridiculetL ahei their espouse;
sliould uet i tiers.onally attatke'd; bt
common humanity sliould unite iu
work; togethcrto correct evjls ami
avert anything more svrb.us. Conco.i',1
Standard. " -
rucklen's Arnica. Salee.
Tlie best Salve in the world fur Cut
P,.i,un Sores. Salt Rheum, Fever Sutes,
T.r..i- 'h:iooed Hands,
Corns and all Skin Emotions, njid
lively cures Hies or no pay required, n
.r.K.miitced to give perfect satfation
or money refunded. Pi h e Lo c nts per
box. For -ale by T. 1 Kiuitz .S: to.
S ranger Digging a grave, seh?
I) i jieojue die oflen iu this village?
bcxtoii No, boss; dey nebiier elies
but once. Munsey's Weekly.
have them; it
you be one of them? or will ou, from
fear of the work it iquire-s, slink into
,e rear. ;.n I ignobly yield the palm to
no more capable
If? James Atkins in Nahvibe
se.l r .J an ics aui" i
Vucatc. . ;
The young king of Se rvia is one of
the bet. educajl boys in the country,
;.,1 :.t b". vears ild is admitted a mar-
yel ill nialhcmatics.
TIitc a-e thoiLstri'li of hulles tlirrmiKut the)
..i.i .i i -v- vv!i !-j- sxr.len.s iiro i.4i.viti' I. ami whose
. !;. KlH In ,i;i liami.-e eoiniul n Tiooi Pie .ilis.iri
t i '. in iiiiiiur" liiiiit r. Hue unite ineiislnt;U Img-u-inil-s
' Tinsel. uss .tie v.viiinr!y iH-rn-iti-'ed Ijy
t'i ,v..!!ilf:tili tu.,ie Hi li;tMn!-i:le msin,' J)iM rti'-s
i if 1'ia-i.P as!i. I'ol e l.'xt ; n 1 1'.1uiuiii- IM. I.
I. us.-, .m l lu'ridHi- iie.ia'.l take the -l n'O Ot the
I sirkly I"" . He- l'ist eoi'r o.l t!if z--h-v wn-c.k ot
i 'ii,.- v I... IM. 1. lalheoiire Oesiueui K'4 It
al once. .
criiK vorii e oi;N.s
h 'i-i'.ru; Ahbo.a's K.isi PkII iii I'aint. For
CjHiS. il .. luub :nl w ar; tjMKtl uut.
MA L U1A.
"hU ill -i"? vUMs qau:ki i.n the wori'lerful piw
f f .ufi I' C. ( I ;.! As.i. I'oke t.K.i an t I tOis
S iiiO 1 i ''.'l' lo in- la ti;Us u.iliiNt uiiifieshoiil.l
ev rti-- weU.o a 1'. 1. P. A wo:.l lo the wt.e la
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriau
Takes 1000 iHoplo to buy Dr. Sato's
Catarrh, remedy, at 50 cents a bottle, to
make rfSOl. O.iu faituru to cure '-would
take I he . prutit from 4000 sales. I.s
makers protess toeure "cold in beail,"
and even chronic calarrliTUnd if the) '-f.nl
tlu-y pay rj00,fjLr their over-eoididenec
Zu in newspaper wonls but iu bard
cash 1 Think of. what contiU n e it j-a-k s
to put thiit iu thejnipcih yt.d lneau, it. :
lis makers believe in the rcnicdy.
Isn't' it worth a li;ial ? Isn't any trial
preferable; to catarrh?
After a'.l, the mild a-tnicics are the
best. Perhaps I hcy woi k unue iuvh ,
b y t 1 Ju y k mo rVu i c 1 y . 1 r . V u i c ,
rieasaiit PHt ts'Tiiie viu- aetiv e-ugt . '
but epiict and inild., The'rc Mia, -coateil,
-easy to take, never fclnnk i. .
derange ihe system ami half their pov ,
U lii it ild vuy in which the wutk t
done, fcjuiallfc.st, cheapest, easiest l.
take One a done. Twtuil) -live eli.ts a
Mul.i Ul .dl duigii'isU.