CuihivJl from fint )7.7'M
..aii.i without me Tnat was two
: . .. I
months ac:c. I have not v. rum" ;
home, or heard from theie, nr.ce 1 j
iir ' I Hiinnose Miss Courtland is
there, but I do not know.''
W.Mi thpn I leave here Thnrs 5
day. If T'i receive a favorable
au.ver before that, time come to
uue ; if not well, that i all."
"O, Avip, rnnst we part like that?'1
"LIow else can we part ? '
Hut if I have no answer by that
time ? '
-Then you can come and bid me
good-by, and i wiil ive you nj
"la that all ! Well,'' with a siigh.
"I suppofle 1 mast be satihed.''
"Certainly you must."
It ia almo3t suosat when they r
turn. Avis will not invite him x
miu ; aud, as Jessie is not vi.sibl'1
to do po, he bun must 0- Now h
.has taken leave of her, she &em t
far away afjain, and as he dweht
upon the future he in tortured ly
Uoub's and fears. Although he ton
ben so pure of h' immediate re
lease, he suddenly peems filled wuh
apprehension. Suppose Mary
nho-jld refuse to give htm batk hi
troth T NonstnH. But the mo' f
be cries "nonsense," the greater
grows his uneasiness; until he al
most decides to go to her, iustead ol
writiuj;. Almost, but not quite, fui
hecunuot ruke up hi-j mind la
leave the place as long as Avis Is
here, and ho hi3 m;.s3i"e is eui, j vet says again taking possession o
asking for a dissolution of o ul - j her, t r she had slipped trom In
wise a contract. With feverish anx- ' encircling arms dnrmg the explar
lety he Jiwits the au9wer, which ation, "I most earnestly protest, yci
does not aruve uutil a lte mail ou i most append the name of Ainfs
Thusdav. His hand trembles as hrj 1 worth, to pieaso reef persuasive!;:.
o-ens the daiuty, sweet-aceuted let- j "Yes, do. Marling,'' adds his nu
t'.-r and reads : ther.
"DEAR, DEAli U AltoLU : I can- j And she allow herself to be per
not give you up. You have becom e j saaled.
so inexpressibly dear to me, that j 31 r. ;1 n h 'ie'nS I a 1 e 111 en i .
life without vou would be a dreary
waste. You must love me, even aa
1 love you. Co n" to me ;1 long to
s,ee you. And do not hate me for
saying it 1 will not give y 3a back
your troth. MARY,''
"Yes, 1 will ee her ! This love
for me must be myth ; and when I
tell her all, ahe will no longer wish
to hold me.''
Then he is wildly impatient to be
oft. and hunidly make preparations
to dt part. lie calls on Jessie Al
ton to bay good bye, and learns that
Avis left early in the morning.
Why could not bis mother have
waited until he
Why this baste?
lusisttd upon waiting ? Why had
Mary conseuted to marry him be
fore she taw him ? These ate the
useless questi'-u-j which lie turn a
over and over in L i 3 distracted mind
dunng tus comtortlesa journey.
When he tiuds himself again in
iiicj imniK.t's ; itsencehe knowa it 13
tor lo; e ot her that he accedfcu to
her ett leanest; and even now be
lelt a pang that ha will not b able
to grant tier l-stest desiie.
"My dailiur nioititr, -a h it an aire
it seems since I have seen you !'' he
aims, clasping her in his arms.
"My dear tiny," she letutus, fonj
lv returning his caicsvs, "wheie
h u yiu kept yourself ail this time;
r ot even a line to tell mii wheie you
.ie. .Maty has just returned Horn
h- r vbir, :i;;d I "
"Returned ! and h s.s she not Leeu
s :tti on -ii ( l:e time !"
"Na ; ns so n a we ;ii lived hete
sije f. 1.1 ml y letter a-viiiia: 'her
mi a f r m 1 1 t t,t to 1 cliii liiootl. ot
wh'Kii shy .' fs Vf-ry loud, j.kirii.' h r
I 1 -pend t'-.' -a uu t'i witii her; atid,
,v, she w f. p'ioi h r life vvitti u--,ot
.j virse I ' 'ul-1 t aise n.
vi 'HixiuiH t gr,
100 hert- fo 've!eom I
reproachf nil v.
H" uirns :iwav con-eicus strn k- 1
-Hnweve'-. 'mm fileinl. Miss Ah! i
I,. m sh c j.e h-rs'.dt ' :is the df-i.'-n
. !,.wn aide. a'td a alight,
g-.tcetn! Lro! ai.lvniics rowad
t hjm : "Marv, let me present to von
', -or turure h unhand; II Hold, '.ci'
' a' Ore Wife," .'..fH ;;dei his !'io,':f eh
I'he '.? . a j ; a ! ' : 'oe, for s:.s-h i
t(, h'tn. ! -i r !' hlo-.e:"
t-arm ar io moet . side, is raid
r-'.v he'ore hvn. v.'lnle he
re-i' v 'roQi ojip t i
"A v:j Atliet t'!i ! v. hat- d v V.
tn an! he at'.eiaptin" fo c!a'
tier in Ids ai m.
'N," aa (, waviag hiiu o tl",
-you v l.di to l" free, here,'' pro-
1 1 1 1 c i 1 1 u a j.i'-ca ot paper, your
lei.ter .kin for our engagement
to be canceled. Go ! yon ar noth
in to irie n'sv 1" and turning-, &he
flings herselt upon his mother's
i.K'u.si, and laying h.
he l.itTCl'rt tdiOilldit r.
i.ui u.n .., i.-,..
i your answer, iel.,s.u- to give "o
,1. , . . , !n 41. r.rr.
up, and,'' drawing i lose to iii'r,
-, t r:ih
accept. imr tirrn , .mm.-.,
litis ho gently, but rlrmly unclasp
the clinging arms ftoui hi motlier'f
necL, and transfers theui to his own
and kiM-es iiway,
or rather int
d-i-per bluoni, tbe gatherM lluaht'
oj h ei ihetks.
"Why, you children, jou have
quite deprived me of the iower o
hpeech. So it Metms you knov
each other ! ' exclaims Mrs. Ains
wi-ith, hi deepest aIoni.iimeiit.
It is not until Haroht explains all
i 1 1 his mother that he reme!n
! ber that it was not Mar;
Courtland, but Avis Atheiton whom
j he has known.
I "Oh, that ia easily explained,"
J answers Avis, gaily, to his qnestioc,
! "my name wa Avis Mary Alherton
' when I knew Jessie years ago, but,
. after mamma married ajram, M'.
j Courtland insisted that 1 shou d
i ;ake his i:arne, and also declared
j thut 'A s Avis was too fanciful :i
name, 1 nhonld be called Alary,
j I have been known as Mary Cour
j land for ten years, I had almost tcr.
; gotten that I ever bore any otbei
j until I went to Je'e, and she po
itively refused to know me by u y
I new name, and I again became Avi s
I Atherton. It brought back tbf
happy days ot my childhood, arr
now 1 intend to remain Avis Athe -ton."
"Not so bis", Kweftbearf," her k
W ashington, April 20 Secretary'
Caaliaie to-night made the follow
ing statement regarding the finan
cial situatiou :
Tn the exercise of diecretiouar y
power couferred upon the Secretary
of the Treasury by the act of Jul,,'
14, 1890, he has been paying gold
for the com Tieanry notes issued
tor the purchase ol silver bullion
and he will continue to dp so as
long as he has gold lawfully for
that purpose. Under this proces
the goven.meut has beeu and l i i
now paying gold tor silver bullion I
and Mary met ? j and storing silver in its vault . teed uutil about the 1st of Septeoi
Why had he not j where it is as useless for any pur. ' ber, when if favorable condition pre-
pose of circulation or redemption a! vail as to rainfall and heat, it starts
iron, lead or any other commodity. : Up agaic. furnishing tine pasture
"The government, in tho tirs. ; a the tVdl. Kedtop holds fairly
place, i i.vusa coin Treasury notes it . we!l and h especially well and is w
nayineut for silver bullion, and then p;;ciallv valua-dv for lands some
the coin Treasury uote is presente i j tt haf damp. F l meadow yra-'N
a tho sub treasury and guld is paid ! may also lie tried in a limited way
uu' for it ; so that tho effect is pie- j where ifcdfop tuoceeds.
cisely the same a- it gold were paic. j Orchard grass should be sown in
diiertiy for silver. Iu ttie first ins i the pastures for the purpose of fur
stattre, about SiJOO.UOO of gold , niahing a vmiety, hut ahoukl never
which was withdraw u trom the snb' J he ,owu alone. For meadows the
treasury on lat Tuesday tor ship ! standatd mixture is timo hv aid
merit abroad, was paid out ou the-e ! clover. Oichaid grass can sown
coin trea.-ury u-'.-tes. No order hai i rtloug with clover, with or vithour
oeeu made to atop the payment of the timothy, Itoaube cut L'aib'.r
gold upon these note1, nor has au i rhan timothy and fuhy as eariy as
one hueu atiihoiized tv say thar : eiovei. .Meadows produced fiom
such an order wcnld be bsued-1 he mixture ot this wit h c'over can
T!i" jnirt-oc ot the government to! he cut much earlier than where tiuu
prcsrve its vn ere lit uidmpatre othy is sown. (Jrde ?s out tery ear
and .-Loiiidaiu thu paiiiy o! the two I Ij-orchard grasa loaded a woody
mot;.l by all lawful means, wiil not i uasalisfaetoiy hay.
beabr done l under any circum: Of the newer candidate tor fa'.or
stances. Iu view ot the existing leu' in the meadow the Only one we have
'.-le.tiv.li thei'idy qUdoiio.i t .t coo. - . ii;,j any success wiih is the (a I
sotr iati.-u 's as to uie.MUres that ! meadov oat glass, wtiich we find
oaghi t no o i .pto-.i to msuie tlje
aeeonq.lishmeut of these purposes, ' h ly is somewhat hitter to the taste,
a:n.l i.p.Mi this question there is, oh but fairly weil liked by cattle. It
eour.-e, loom for wide differences of i ij'et.s evt-n t-aiiier than orcL ml
opinion. !era-s, From the stiff natuie ot lis
i "Tiie ?olal steck of irold coin aud
gold bail ion now in tbi com : try, in-.
eluding what i held by the reas. :
j ury. r.s call as whr. s ln-l I jhose v. ho -Aish to expsiiu"t wuh
banks an el lndivduMs, aniount to r.4.sse for meadows 1 wouiet rece.n
; a ':o; sTddOU VOOih neiid the ne ol souk- als ke, oi-
! "When I .'.une into (lie TfeaMi'v chaid ;rass and (tit oat gras", aiorg
j 1 'eisrtn.v-n' on ttie seventh day o x i clover and tKfOihy.
y :.'.:c!. 'he amount of fioe gal t or. Many ot oar faimets seem yet
I h.oo h'd i'eer, i. lu.ad to 50S7.0Ui, : not pr..per!y nn.histatid the vege
i be.t. hv iviaiiciiunt with Wear em ttion o? theclovet plant, laheriag
ha' k-'. it 'va- inerease.i on the under the impression that it i nec-
1-t .f Apt it. it amounted ro near'y ! e&sarv to sow some grain orop wuh
j 'S.ht0.0'v. Th-n havv shipment
i tf 4'ft: to . n adr" and . v' dars :
j we had ni ah- nf 4iU00. Lur. ii v
I it ai;uif-ts f- S-V",M':0. atier ddnc.'
j i-i v.hat has leen wiihdfawa Iroai
t'le sab-TreaiUi y u d ly lor n b i f. -!
"Arrangements are uo-.v iu pro-
gress by which more gold i- to be;i the season is Uvorable ; at least
procuied from West, and I hopej heavy patnra-:b w.li be afforded in
that a sufficient qaanity will be so.
cured to keep the gold reserve in
,an Lt y to uum'L all wlit ate it
ialereRK.a in maintaining a
.. clllIVIlfJV wouM
and atahlecmreitcy ouWl sit
th Secretary oi" the Treatiiy to the
extent of. their ubditieH, the exist
!nt difiiculties would eoon
In addition to this a'aremen
Seeiefary Carlisle na'd that SSOO.
00 in irold had b-en taken out of
the suh-tteasury in New York toda J
for export. The clasof money pa d 1
info the tub-treasury for this god j IZ
withdrawal included $400,000 in ! j;
uold e;itiri'ates which to that a- j J
ai'.unt, did not ledace the gold ! n
re:-nv', because they themselves .
wi re pjacileaily gold So the jic
tnal gold reducMon of the day waa j
oni $400000, leaving a'balance as ! ;.r:
btated above. I
Th's is the first considerable
aniount of gold certiticaies paid in
to the sub-treasrsry for gohi export
(or many y-ars and eucouragea the
Treasary officials to hope that the
brinks, seeing the situation, 'il!
co'itioe to preeeut go'd ce-tifieate--,
in part payment at least, for go!u
withdrawn tor export.
Grasses For Pasture And xIcti"
Since ISbO much time, labor and
money have been expended at the !
agricultural experiment station to j
ascertain what grasses are best.
Dtte are some of the things told by j
! Professor Henty in a report made j
I tor Hoaid's Dairyman and of gene'
rai interest. He says : j
Of clovers the mammoth furnish- j
es yeed which brings a good price j
and is probable valuable for turn- j
ling under. Generally, howevei, j
medium red clover sewn since j-, j
gives better satisfaction for hay
making. The alsike clover deserves
more friends thau it has at present
It is especially valuable for sowiu
ou lauds sbghilv damp. It hold.
much heater whm pastured by
stock than does le.i clover, the
plants often lasting several years in
pastures- The stems of the alsike
are finer and b-tter relished b'
tftock, especially wheep, thau ar
the coarser stems of the red ciover
Alsike seed brings a very good'rke
We have tried a camber of other
clovers, but none that will compare i
with alsike aud the medioai red.
Among the grasses the Kentucky
blue grass holds supreme sway with
us for pastures. It is commonly
known as "June grass" iu this State.
This grass starts very early in the
spring and furnishes abundance of
hnhi-: i)ie(tv well. ttie oat ?ja?8
a' raw u pi e vents clover iro-o fnllint;
over, enaoliag it to dry out qaickei
aftei bein j cut wMtu a ii.oer. To'
1 the over to piotcc-r ir, -Tne tmth
;s ;:. s-r e bet when miwh ' y
itself or aith ot'ier gra!fc. ud
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CHESTER & LENOIR N. G. R. R.
No 11 No. 12
Lv. 8 30 arr LellOir Ar. 9 16 p m
a 33 Hickory 3 05
1007 Newton 7 15
10 58 Lincolutou 6 20
1145 Dallas 5 33J
1211 Gaatouia 5 20 s
1 20 pin Yorkville 4 10 g
Ar. 2 4.5 Chester Lv. 30oaia
OHERAW;& CHESTER N. G.Rfi
Lv 4 05 pin Chester
i No. 10
ar 11 38 am
j 0 58
iLv 9 20
4 56 Richbarg
Ar 6 28
CHARLOTTE & ST ATES VI LLE
iTo 64 mixed No 65 mixed
Lv5 20pm'Oharlotte !Arll20am
Lv 8 00
Lvl0 45 am Charlotte
11 30 LIunteraviIle
11 50 'David&on
Ar t 20 pra
5 16 am
Lv 4 10
Ar 12 55
No. 12 leaver Statesville for Tay
lOrsviile 1.10 f . m., arrives Taylorai
ville2 25p.m. Returning, leaves
Taylornville 2 50 p.m. arrives Statea
vi lie 4:00 p.m.
For detailed information as to lo
cal and through time tables, rates
and Pullman sleeping-car reserva
Houh, confer with local agents or
Jas.L. Taylor, Get-,l Pass. Agt.,
W A. Turk, A. G. P. A.,
Charlotte, N. C.
S. A. Dodson, Supt., Columbia,S.Q
W 11 Green, Gen. Mr, Atlanta,Ga
3ol Haay, Tratiic Mgr Atlanta.Ga
CAROLINA CENTRAL SHCEDULE
MOVING WEST. .
Dailv exceDt Sundav.
Passenger, Mail & ExPREes Trau.
STATIONS. ; Arrive. Leave.
Wilmington j 9 00 a m
Ubarlotte 8 50 p m 4 00 p m
Paw Crek 4 18
Mt Hoily 4:30
Stanley Creek 4 48
Iron 5 05
Lineolntou 5 22
Oherryville 5 50
Vac 5 59 '
Lattimore 6 39
Ellen boio 713
-Bostic j 7 35
Fore-t City 7 47
Rutherfordton 1 8 00 1 p m
Daily except Sunday.
Pa9kncer, Mail fe Etjkes8 Ikiia.
I U..lL. .f I a. .
Arrive, i Llavis.
ifciuuei ioiu ion
11 50 12.01
6:50 n m
Through pas-enger train No
leaver Chailotte for Raleteh
Portmouth,Va , at 430a.m
Thiouph paseDger train No. 41
leaver Pol tsm,.nth, Va., at 8 a. id.
and arrives at Charlotte 11:00 p m.
Wm Monccre. tSutt.
Local fr-ittht train No. 7 le&vei
Charlotte at 8 a m, Lincolnton 10:2
a tn and arrive? at Shelby 11:15 a Q,
Local freight train No. 6, leaves
Shelby at 1.45 p rn,Lincointoo 3:l0 p
o and air.a- at Charlotte 5:30 p to.
No. 6 and 7 ran dily except San
day and carry passengeis.
Passengers and mail train No.
24 leaves Charlotte at 8:15 p m and
arrives at Wilmington at 8:00 a m.
Pa.Ntiengf r and mail tram No. 23
leaves Wilmington at TpmandaN
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