Greeley on Salvation.
One afternoon Horace Oreoloy xrnn
Heated In tbc Tribune office absorbed
In writing, when n tall, solemn man
came in and stood respectfully by his
desk. After awhile Mr. Greeley looked
op and In his sharp tones said:
"Well, what is Itr
"I have railed," said the stranger, in
measured pulpit voice, "to invite pe
runlary assistance for our great work
In the .Five Toints Mission."
"What's the work?" said Greeley,
till writing vigorously.
"'The salvation of souls."
"Not a cent:" said Greeley. "Not a
cent to save souls! Most of 'era ought
to be damned!"
A prize of tM was paid for the foregoing
anecdote to Thos. L Uauon, GI011 Ridge,
N. J. ,
Pray thee, put the sermon by vex my
soul no more with creeds;
They are only stones nnd husks to my
hungry spirit's needs.
I am tired of striving sects, with their
Ah, for me death holds no terror but the
fear of losing thee!
In a heaven apart from thee could my
exiled soul rejoice?
Could 1 Join the angels' song, missing
theme thy tender voice?
What to me were pales of pearl If they
parted thee nnd me?
What the streets so fair and golden If I
walked them seeking thee?
What to me the piiFturcs green where thy
feet could never be?
What the paths beside still waters If thou
Wf.lkcKt nut with me?
Ah. wherever after death my still faith
ful soul may dwell
Kainls may e ill II Mlsa or woe; they may
name it heaven ..r In II
By thee only. O beloved, will my Joy or
pal:i be wrought ;
shall tii.il my heaven beside thee, or my
hell where thou nrl not!
The Golf Caddy.
"The poll' cuddy." sniil a southern
joitniillisl. its ho ihovvecl a sprig of
mint, "is a new type. This lad is inde
pendent, witty, altogether without rev
erence. n .lohn 1. Hockefeller's visit
to Hon Air lie tried a little golf on
iifternoon in the neighborhood of Au
gusta. On st rather diliictilt shot Mr.
ItoeUoColli struck too low with his
iron, and as the flirt flew he said to
" 'What have I hitT
"The hoy answered, with a harsh
" 'Georgia, lioss.' "
It Worked a Cure.
A certain clergyman in Kichraond,
ays Success, has had in his employ
for so long a time a negro named Ju
lian that the latter had come to regard
himself as something of n confidential
adviser to the divine.
Early one Sunday morning the pastor
nwoke feeling decidedly ill. After a
futile attempt at hrcakfast he sum
moned his old faithful servitor, saying:
"Julian. I want you 1o go to my ns
fiirtant, Mr. Wank, and tell him that,
s 1 am unwell, he will officiate for
tne In this morning' service."
At this Julian demurred and after
some argument persuaded his master
that he would feel better If lie officiat
ed as usual. Tliis tlie latter did. and,
as predicted by the darky, he did re
turn home feellns much letter.
"Tou'se hotter, suh?" asked the
tervnnt. meeting his master at the
"Very much better, thank yon. Ju
lian.; The darky grinned. "What did 1 tell
yon. suh? 1 knowed yon would be nil
right Just ns soon as you got that, ser
mon miter your system."
Schopenhauer on Kinship.
The twin rep of till pleasure and delight
Is the feeling of kinship. Even with the
sense of beauty It Is unquestionably
our own species In the animal world,
nnd then again our own race, that ap
pears to us the fairest. So, too. In In
tercourse with others, every man shows
a decided preference for those who re
semble him, and a blockhead will find
the society of another blockhead In
comparably more pleasant than that of
any number of great minds put to
gether. An Exchange of Boys.
Two boys in the Sunday school, who
Blood at the head of the class, were
invariably aikcd the same questions,
which were, "Who made you?" and
"To whatdo you return V" to which the
firr.t boy always replied, "God uiudc
me," and (he second boy answered,
"Dust of the earth."
On this occasion the first boy was
absent, so the first question, "Who
made you 7" was addressed to the sec
"Dust of the earth." he replied.
"Quite wrong. Tommy. !od made
you," sni.I the teacher indignantly.
"No, teacher. The boy that (Joxl
made has gone home with the stomach
"If you will let me try. I think 1 can
make something that will do," said a
boy who hail been employed us a scul
lion ut the mansion of Signor Faliero.
ns the story is told by George Cary
Kgsle?ton. A large company hud been
Invited to the banquet, and just before
the hour the confectioner, who had
been making a large ornament for the
table, sent word that he had spoiled
the piece. "You!" exclaimed the head
servant iiv astonishment. "And who
are you?" VI am Antonio Canova, the
grandson of Tisano the stonecutter."
replied tliepale fnced little fellow..
The pcrvant was at h:s wit's end, so he
told Antonio to go ahead and see what
he could do. Culling for s:me butter,
the scullion quickly molded a large
crouching lion, which the admiring
major douio placed upon the table.
Dinner was announced, and muuy of
the most noted merchants, princes and
noblemen of Venice were ushered Into
the dining room. Among them were
skilled critics of art work. They looked
at the lion long and carefully and ask
ed Signor Fuliero whut great sculptor
had been persuaded to wuste his skill
npon a work In such a temporary ma
terial. Fa Hero could not tell, so he
asked the head servant, who brought
Antonio lefore the company.
When the distinguished guests learn
ed that the lion had been made In a
short time by a scullion, the dinner
was turned into a feast In his honor.
8ome may not have heard how the boy
Antonio took advantage of this first
great opportunity, but all know of
Canova, one of the greatest sculptor
of all time.
Everything that Bobby learned at
school he eudeavored to apply In his
dally life and walk. When his mother
asked him if one of his new friends
was an only child, Bobby looked wise
"He's got just one sister," said Bob
by. '"Me tried to catch me when he
told me he hud two half sisters, hut 1
guess I know enough fractions for
Once while two famous students of
Itluckstonc were arguing a case one
said he could Illustrate his part of
the argument, which was that of cir
cumstantial evidence, by a story of a
boy who was fond of custard pie.
One day when left alone at home he
git into the pantry and. finding a cus
tard pi ale it all. Then, thinking of a
certain strap which was hanging in the
hall, he caught the house cat and
smeared custard over Its paws and
mouth and fumed it loose to roam at
Finally the old man returned and
soon saw the cat .with its telltale
mouth i;;nl marks of its paws upon the
floor. Getting a rope, he tied the poor
cat to a tree limb, went to the house
and got his gun. The boy. who had
hidden himself in the rear of the barn,
remarked as he heard the report,
"There pnes another victim of circum
stantial evidence."- New F.ugland Mag
azine. Seneca on Poverty end Death.
"Yel many tilings befall us which are
sud. dreadful, hard to hear." Well, as
God has been unable to remove these
things from your path, he hus given
your minds strength to combat all.
Bear them bravely. In this you can
surpass (Jod himself. He is lieyond
suffering evil; you are above It. De
spise poverty. No man lives as poor as)
he was born. Despise poiu. Either It
will cease or you will cease. Despise
death. It either ends yon or takes you
elsewhere. Despise fortune. God has
given her no weapon that can reach the
Never Saw Him Before.
1 was crossing on an Atlantic liner
once when the sou was very rough and
nearly till the passengers were seasick.
I'atrolling the promenade deck one
day. 1 came across a lady In a reclin
ing chair in the very extremity of pros
tration. Ily Irr side was the figure of
a n.'un in cc I lapse from the same dis
order, his head resting In the lady's
As she seemed to lie otherwise quite
alone. 1 ventured to address her, say
ing: "Madam, can 1 be of any assist
ance?" She feebly shook her head for an
swer, being apparently too far gone
"Put," 1 went on, "surely I must do
something for you. It seems you are
unattended, since your husband ap
pears to be in greater distress than
The lady murmured with the utmost
abandon of weakness and Indifference:
"He Is uot my husband; I never saw
him before In my life!"
His Own Idea.
Little Teii Browu was a strenuous
lad and had formed the uot unusual
habit of kicking and thumping his play
mates. One day his mother found him not
only kj'kiiig and pounding oue of his
friends, but even spilling on him.
She was dunifounded at this and,
taking Ted Into the house, said fa him:
"Ted, I don't know what to muke of
yon. I think the devil has got into
your head nuil taught you this kicking
and striking and spitting."
Ted. potting more indignant every
second, looked up at his mother and
"Well, the devil may have taught me
the kicking and striking, but this here
spitting is my own idea !" Lippincott's.
A cathoal was capsized in 1S5I tiear
Lime Kock lighthouse, Newport, K. I.,
and four young men were left strug
gling in the cold waves of a choppy
sea.' Keeper Lewis was not at home,
and Ids sick wife can Id do nothing,
but their daughter l:'.u, twelve years
old, rowed out In a small boat and
saved the men. Ditn'-.ig the next thir
ty years she rescued trine others at va
rious times. Her work was done with
out assistance and showed skill and
endtnmce fully equal to her great
I'atient (to pretty nurse) Will you
be my wife when I recover?
Pretty Nurse Certainly.
Patient Then you, love me?
Pretty Nurse-Oh. no; that's merely
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Suggests Cool Things!
A large line of Refrigerators, all the best known brands,
Ranges, the celebrated Favorite and Majestic, none bet
terlarge stock on hand. A range makes hot
weather cooking a pleasure instead of a drudgery.
Mattings, Curtains and other cool weather necessities in
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THE NORTH CAROLINA
Stale Normal ' and
liegulur m'li so leading to degree
Arts. I'ucli 'lor i-f S, i .no.-, avd a new c
Hoard, laundry, tuition ami fees I'm
Fur IVfT-iniiinn i-lu'dents. gliT).
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; Bachelor of Pedagogy, Bachelor of
" leading I') the Batclielnr of Music,
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Ji instruction in the snhiects tunirht in
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Tiik Music Dki'viiimknt, in addition to the degree course, offers u certificate
course in vocal and instrumental music .
To secure hoard in the dormitories, all trei tuition applications should lie made
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For catalogue and other information, address,
I. I. FOUST, President, Greensboro, N. C
on Thurwluy. July 11th, examination will
l- held for i.i.lilic M'l,iml teacher.. The am
inationi. will I- free, uiol ill U- lor U.th Kie
years state cemii.-utc an. I the uual eeitili. utes
iMiel hy the County sunei intemleiit.
Kvery applicant ti.ru Khe.reur state efiiti
cate intiM he here on .lulv' nth and i-tiin.t
the exalnina' ion. .is. I have neither , ... !. r- to
hoh' nor a uratiee that such cxai'iinatioiiv
utility ut any other time
ireil that a team- m.i.'.i.
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At the same t ine, .lulv lltli. examinations fi.r
entrance at tlie A. tv. M. College wil h- In Id u
the Count 1-uiH.rintencleiit. All hn expect tii
stand these examinations and ul-o tl.o-e 'o
Htutcs certificates should write the Countv S';
perintendent at mice
on Thursday, July asth. examinations f.,r
Public Hieh ehool teacher's certificate will h
held by the County Sun rinteudeiit at the court
house. Persons wishing hilorination almut auv
of these examinations w rite tlie Count v Su.erih'.
tehdent. always enclosing uu envelope' with th
proer address of applicant.
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Phone 34. Asheboro.
ff Von Inellev.-t
M fliiiir ami examine t
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rf"0 It utl ItnmediHt.ly
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rne ioiiy. aji worK guuranteed.
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l.l'DDKX ,V ATICS 1'IAXO, and
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