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MANY SPECIALTIES IX
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impression on all min.is.
i I.OSINit Si'KNKS.
After ,-'indr addresses m various
ongues on the evening of Gth inst.,
in the lWthesda Mi.ssion Mouse, the
Alliance adiourned to the eelebra-
t.d True Rirehe, or Our
Church. Did 1 mention this edifice
n my last T I have forgotten. It
is one ot the most remarkable in
the world. It was not modelled
aHer our own Presbyterian chnrch
in New Prntyet it reminded me of
that building in its interior. Par
. c .-n:.v.;Ai
rctniing, pupponeu nirae ion.
square, oomnini sua uie nrene.i,
which also nve the various traller-
! ies, and the organ loft. If an ex
change ooukl Uj made, however, I
would secure the consent oi the
mini mucui iuimuri8ui uui muau
, to give our modest buildiDg for Oar
Lady's Church. At one end stands
the large statue oi our savionr, oy ,
the great Thorvaldsen, the Danish
sculptor. Jesus stands with be
I nignant conntenance, butoneshow
j mg his burden of sorrow; and with
extended arms and forward stp,
j welcome all to the shelter of his
; embrace. Ontside the railing to
i the chancel, on each side of the
principal nave ol the church, st-anas
six Apo6tie. also lnorvaiasens
1 i 1 '
work; each one an allegorical rrpre
stnttive of the character or fate of
the Apostle. The liotando, over
the altar and niche wber stands
the Christ, is decorated with a
frew-i, prtwnting the history of
Christ's sad walk to Golgotha.
Many other remarkable works
adorn this beantifnl lemple of (rod.
I10en . ,t ,s n0t proper or modest for
me to ay who van honored here)
; in tbeRotando. before me a plump
I)atches, and a Baron in waiting
with hLs wifeoii the Ciown Princess;
; behind me the handsome Baron
Moltke, and a Bareness; beside tne
! Udv intimate with them, and to
' whom I coarteonsly gave the seat,
as she seemed to want to sit down, j
1 Yon sso I let her sit by an Ameri j
I can Kiag and she wxs very gracious
to me, for she spoke Euglish. I
did not get scarH a bit, for was I 1
not a free American f It has been '
pleasant to U' in familiar converse i
with the great men of the day; to
see them unbend, and know their
hearts. I find them simple, hearty,
genial. Now I hear the ringing
laugh of the giant Scotchman, Prin
cipal ('amis; the genial greeting of
Dr. Wilson, honored by Queen
Victoria for g ,xd works; the sensi
ble talk of the Lord Mayor of Lon
don; the pleasant social converse of
our own Prof. Schaff and Dr. Hoge.
W e learn to appreciate worth and
learning and to try to do what we
can in lite. But for the music.
I will nut attempt a description
of singing and organ strains just
now. If I just had Mr. K. Berry at
my elbow, or my good friend, Mis-C
K. Ives, I could tell you in style.
But we were entertained with some i
tine work and artistic in this line.
The big church was tilled with har
monies, that leave pleasant rceol
leiti'iis :n uiir minds ntout our
( open ii j grii friends. The venera
ble Dr. Kalkar -aid a few words in
that txan.:e Dani-ii tongue; and
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the , h
k ; mi ia
s". cral hoine. i
;i I have beetl
1 cannot but be
t. ' my dear
in cian: in.;
-ee the o!.l
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: .-:.' . : ! r -r .1 : I . ,. ;,d 1 1 t hat
s..g..'. e!e , :..n :.- I hi i.-1 1,111 the
!'..iir;h; anil ,iow 11 i.iiilcr is 11 gToiiji
onlcnd i the King, representing;
more exiensi ui rouisr, uu the citv has verv elatwrate arrange
: mawm-e pillars and arc hways, it j menus to gratify all tastes in hand
j ha.s the same pretty circular, arched , some theatres and places of resort.
to u-n- ,i t-i : ;l!fl
liorxc. Iii'lecil, 'ii!.ii-rs uitli tlii-ir
roval surriiuiulili ol' p.n k ali.mn,!
here, and tln arc njn-n to the pub
lie for then it-' anil en : o incii t .
This one ot Ki i-t ii i mm r umiUi ali'iic
iitTord inati'i;,i! t'oi a ! in, i!!i
WO II tl ort 11 1 - t n I't i ' I k I lli I I I1,!'.! I ('.,
i lie ttnit i m i h i i i tin-
Monarch to tin- Allianri' without
the chart's, t li.it .ire umi.iI to the
public. With c .:i ct en t un
went tlnou'Ii it- . null ii: hall,
treasures, anil regalia. Tlirii
1 - II.
it ii stranre lial! ol iiiitiots. 1'
built ot looking s -i'-, alo! .v,
bt.'canie manv lor a h: :. w b.l.- at
leivf: anil all were tinned un.-;,lr
down, and walked on our head-!
Not an (dopant position, m otn to
U' sought alter, even iith no.:!
e am I'le and sanction, to end.ii - : ' .
! Kr.DKUIK.SI'l. Al'.-.
This is Ail octangular sipiair,
called in Kulish. Fredciick's
Square. It is surrounded by the
I'itlact's of Amelienlxufl, four in
immU'r. On the South these are
united by a bantilul colonade.
Here live the King and Queen, the
Crown l'rinre and Crown 1'riiicess,
ii lion tcarii:
Lalv'slantl the Queen Dowager, and tiere
are the othcea ot the .Ministry of
P'oreign Affairs. The bnildms
are imposing but plain; but within
they are elegantly fitted out.
( 'opeuhagers have the reputation
ot benm loud ol amusements, so
. . .
i xue lioyai Theatre is a magnificent
building, adorned with statuary.
and painting. It receives a subsidy
from the .State of fli!,(Ki0 per an-
1 .1 ,. - 1 . J-
i num. aim inns nas ine auiiny oi
, giving complete entertainments
uasino in Atueuegaeie. or
Amelia strwt, consists of buildings.
am wooded CTonnds. similar to the
Champs Llysee m Paris. In it
every arrangement is made for
satisfying all kinds of people by
open air concerts, and theatrical
performances, cafes, games, ballat
dancing, etc. Crowds flow thither.
My window looked down on these
grounds, and at night, and that
Sabbath night too I could hear
the-bursting of rockets, and soon
the sky wonld le illunilnated w ith
variegated stars, and showers of
fire. Boats and trains are moving
in every direction, and with cheap
fares, so the working world, and
the pleasure seekers, all have ample
opxrtunitis to accomplish duty,
and to execute all desires for length
ened joys in excursions, utc.
These notes will give your read
ers some idea ot affairs in this
great city. As one walks along its
prominent streets, as Bredgade, the
display ot all kinds of goods, jew
elry, photograpTis, terra cotta work,
imitations of choice works of art,
etc, tempt one to empty his purse
and forget he needs bread and
clothes, and means to get home
again. I must say ligood bye" to
Copenhagen at once, and start ,
home, before all funds fly away.
Farewell, city of the Danes! May
blessings from heaven attend you!
L. C. Vas's.
Nt MIU'.K THinTKI.N.
Dk.AK .IiU'RN AI.: l'.ngland is a
wonderful land ot enchantment.
Shall I give an illustration 1 The
morning i an exceptional one for
London in my experience. A
pleasantly checkered k., but no
prospect for rain, as has been usual;
plenty of smoke in the air, and
thus some haziness as one looks to
a distance. But dashing along the
crowded streets in a cab, I reach
P.iddington station. A lew years
ago there was only a village m this
busy and thronged section of Lon
don. But I will not now touch on
its marvelous giowth. Kiitering a
train, stop; the Lngli.-h railroad
is remarkable. The carriages are
divided into compartments contain
ing ten pas-en jers, and the seats
run entirely across the car, just as
in a hack; and we sit opposite to
each other. The door-- are at the
sides of the car. This is very
pleasant for small p.u t ie ol li iends;
and the equipments of t he lir.-t and
second chu-vs aie superior to our
first class eoaeho The "third
das-" is sometimes, but not gene
ally, a- good a- is se;,., n,u,o called
first in v'i'o'nca. The fare id' third
elxsi i - far less than our I. no; I
often ride m this cue!
great advantage to the
ha ve the cheap fares. T
class is very largely u
vabi.ibb' mfoi matioi! i -Seeing
the w..:k:- I "
'ho third e'.a-s.
I le-iim ; n g: 1, at el . :. .
e! a.-s cii.u-h. oi l ; oi; ; . ;v
the .i it of one of the ;
Lngli-h I 1 1 1 ve rs 1 1 1 e -. 1
o l Ix.l,
In-re is redolent of high,
and classic beaut v. and
c.i a f 'g'l
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n ' ra '
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M i A
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g: - a ' . : uar' . 1 nd i . ' : i . ' - '
w , .r", : '- :;ieii "I : g: ; .
r,.oi:, lennr.,! : g .: .; 1 . ;:,:,i'
d. , - h thicr raise, i ;. ,,. ,
' lice- , i; oai.eu hai'-: l . 1 1 !. corr:
a.ir- and V.arrou p.i w.r. - tin.i.g':
r'a .ck and cold - on . w a ' ! -: !,,:i !;,
ei:i:-::e g",oes e' ':. . -. : "...
and '.113 ,-t ei i. .u-l ..'...'
ictl;-. .ill il.i-l a ' ' :'.'.. - ;ee, ! n g
thcri'in. All tin-.-e th::ig- nice 11-
at every turn. ,uid .-..met niic- .li e
a 1 in out all found together. H c
must add that lii.torie associations '
wreathe around everything a hale
of deepest interest and honor.
Kins studied here, and Princes of
everv rank. Poor bovs. like White-
tielu. were servants here to wi n
learning, ami nw thiough toil to
proud bights of u-eliiluess and
lamt'. 1 could till my column with
name- ol' tho.-cwho h.ie .-t ud led
ht-rc whom the uoild ill never let
die. When will Anglo-Saxon,- for
get W icklitle, or Dr. .bdin-ou. oi
li i, oi ;
walk, so 1,
t he meado
i n rest 1 1:
d In A.',
i T tub ill. or
to trace that
r idle a in ; i! the e
ell. I II r
men t - ol tin- I , 1 iei ,i n
w In -C catalogue ;iloi,e lill;
volume- ! Th;- i :,- a day
in. uked bv a wln'e stone
lover of bunks
and study would
ii g ""eh classic
Much ainii.-emeiit. too. was min
gled with our rounds, for we took a
griide w ho was afllicted at times
with "rheiunatiz," and at times,
perhaps, with whiskey, for his
breath was not a nosegay, neither
was his grammar or his English.
most orthodox, lie had an infalli -
hie remedy for rheumatic, affections
which he confidently and confiden
tially revealed to me. It was sim
ply to take two drops of ''amnio
nea." When reminded that there
were several kinds of ammonia, and
asti'il vhifli he ncp.l lw rtnlifr1
, . v '"""i
-vn,.iusi two orops oi (iminanou.
T T A T 1 1 hi nnuilvictvii tlmf M'nrd itw!
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that was tl
is disgusted with
But one is disgusted with the
whole abominable system of J'c.ch
here. Especially is it repulsiye,
when found in a great and richly
endowed college. Think of charg
ing everyone two pence, or four
cents, to look at' an old bell; or
three pence to go into a college
library simply to look at it; and to
walk into a chapel, or au assembly
ball for commencements. Wherever
you turn, if a man opens a gate for , removal oi his body. His wish has almost lanJ auJ clie ude; -. school for a couple of months in Vance
you. he hectors you for a fee, and ; been observed, and the authorities sun. The tropical trees and plants and b.,ro begin,ms m June, another at
tlUn 1,vl-a o-n.r., anA m,rlu .nrodiuve refused to let hisilnst Iwihil-Pii :h,KP from ti, fr.ia ,nna t ; Adams creek in July, another at Core
i iiv. u iwvttn i u uj j mKA ikicwj Kry oaj o
ugly things, if you unwillingly give
hiru a tr tio. One is annoyed, and
disgusted, and gets provoked, and
mad, and ready to say hot and ugly
thiLgs. too. I'was reminded of the
'gougmg7' at nigra Palls: but gen-
is no such smallness in
LK'VMixGTux .sense, regulated fancy, natural in-
, , I vention, htalthv affection, and ex
Oxford we went to the acts pictnres of tlaiIv ife. r!Ls
(dace. Leamington, bpa. wordg are hjstoiies, and his dramas
This is i
Lv 'lltllllll 1.1 I , Ullll.ll 111.
quented, and in the midst of famed
Warwickshire. But its attractions
could not detain us. Soon in the
morning our party of seven, three
very agreeable ladies, and four
shall I say equally nice gentlemen
(I would if I dared,) set out in an
open summer car for a ride of thirty
miles. Would that I could describe
that ride through Euglish scenery!
Hawthorne hedges and sunken'
lane.-; long avenues of shading
beech trees; stately oaks and chest
nuts; fields of emerald; and fields
turned by the pjow for grain; busy
plowmen, yellow hay stacks,
t hatcher-like houses; sheep of su
perior breeds., rolling iu fat, and
browsing quietly in their fields;
noble mansions uf the wealthy; ele
gant stone arches across all streams;
sweet quiet villages; monuments
peeping above the trees, and seen
from alar; deer quietly feeding iu
droves in their parks; pheasants
unaweil moving about in the fields,
and the black rooks contrasting
with their sober brown and white;
a pleasant breeze, and checkered
.-kie.-; all these combiued to make
us have a delightful drive. Our
steeds are a spanking pair, and our
driver with an avoirdupois of'2o()
lbs., taught theiu them how to speed -
along the perfect rorttls. io grass
grew under their feet. So onward
Imm Leamington we go first to
K F. N N 1 1 AV 1 1 R T 1 1 ( ' A S Tf. E .
Whose blood does not tingle with
the thrill of romance at the name?
Here are the walls that once echoed
with royal mirth, and chivalric
achievement. Walter Scott has
linnioitalied every sioiie. Leices
ter and Amy Kob ,.ud vjueen
1..: ab ,',;, tkie three Henrys aud
t.dward the confessor, Kichard
Coeiir de Lion. Cromwell, nay, the
Kings of the Saxon, Heptarchy, are
ail memorably associated with this
iioble 'castle. Millions upon mil
lions of money have been spent to
no-':;, and strengthen it. When
,'iieih i.-ited it. 1 .eict'.-t or t !:-
a : ii
.1 let au -'-Pi n'e 'of
a day ..cvciiteen days.
; . . i 1 1 1 i 1 1 g were slaughtered
a. and dining the day there
ili-unied sixteeu lurj-.l.e.ol-e
and loity hogsheads of
1 doubt not everybody was
not i'lr.'iit by night. We
hole thru' the groined
admire tiie Cuthic tracery
i n.luu - in the 1 '.ant!
' . .1 1 I 1 .1
1 1 : i- ti;e l. '.s.'.s ..;' lti.stcu-d
and 1 1 act's ui rich decor, 1
c 1 :;;:'. . (. 'acs.u's tower, 111. 11. tied
i y . t r 1 c i c. mi maud 1 n g a wide
"all III 1 1 J
' .1! ! I I -c.i 1 If! ascend
11, il and worn Mono
il cpl.'I'i' seelt
e-: w alk ai ouiu
1 : -1
. 1 1 1
ills, and mi womlei
. 1 ; u. 1 'ii t he .-cent s
I . ; in- .-!.'":".'. o
. '. - . . 1 1 , 1 1 K lie.-ic-i
d ill these
r i till
a- i ci
g 1 1 . i 1 1 ' :
i I he"
. 1 1 1 i
injured I I a e 1 He 11 e
li ' I .lin e 1.-
throUL'h ;i deeiilv
siiiiUcii avenue, cut for one hundred 1
yards through solid ink. ::nd v. ith
the sides covclv! with ivy. So ve
approach iwo ancient towers and
pass the deep arched iratevrav, un
der the ter; ible i.om ;.
. to clan
rr lOVC'S, nil
Earl, v is-
a niiiti ber
t portcullis soimii!!;':'
down 1'iou, its n
our devoted heads
By the kindness
t i tors a ie i d) m i r t cii
of apartments lilted
articles of iiTii,-. v,
and weapons, and
1 ;.: :::-.l!r
nt iiail ij
loom, t he
:. are all
rare curiosities. Its gic
0J feet long, 4J wide, am
Then the Bed Drawing J
Cedar Room, the Giit i
State Bed llooni with tin
by Queen Anne, and tape
at Brussell- in ' If)!)!; the
and the Armoury Pas-a;
Idled with interestin;
For example, here aie Cromwell's
helmet, and a cast of his lace after
death; a dish of Limoges Enamel.
worth -Mo.OUO; a table of inlaid
precious stone.-, worth .0,OiH: ex-:
tjnisite works of Eubeiis of Van-!
dyke; a bust of Minerva more than ;
-',000 years old: the finest collection
of Roman swords in the world, and
innumerable other treasures. The
1 grounds are perfectly beautiful, an
the bridges andskctche:
along the Avon, are so
with all the art iriee of flowers and
trees, that one would willingly
linger here. Hut I must hurry on to
STRATFORD N AVON.
'm tor my letter has grown too
iwiiij leuer uas grown too ion
i Does not everybody know about
rii i " -
ouaKt'spearc 8 birthplace: let it
was pleasant, to enter the house
anu room wnere. lie w as i
in the chimuey corner
fire place where the boy
" " biS
it: to seu
interesting memorials gathered in
Hip Sh3l-HM,:iH. liin,- tn ,.vm.
ine the mnnv liL-P,san. l.im tl.ut
remain, one of them acc dental -
discovered on canvass, that had
been painted over to hide it! V. e
! stood by his tomb in the old Parish
' Church, and read the quaint verse
: written by himself, deprecating the
l - . - - . . y . . . .
' t0 Westminster Abbey. It was
' legitimate surely to bring a leaf;
' from tU!s pot, and this would be
th Pla':e to grow eloquent about j
I the great Dramatist. But he needs
no praise uom me, inr no lives in
all minds and hearts through his
writings, the products of sound
are lives, so they cannot die.
After such a round, we sped on
our way by the deer stocked park
of the Lucys, where the poet is said
to have transgressed; and so on
through highly cultivated lands
back to Leamington. Jt was itn
enjoyable ride, ami one can well
see from this mere outline, w hy old
KnJand is enchanted ground.
L. C. V.-.ss.
Liverpool, Sept., ls.sl.
Don't b'et Up too Early.
It is not necessary iu thia age of the
world for the farmer to rise In the mid
dle of the night and begin his work.
This getting up so early in the morning
is a relic of barbarism. It has made
hundreds of thousand- of younjr men
curse the business. There is no need of
getting up at three or four o'clock in
the winter morning. Tli tarmer who
persists in dragging hU wife ;ind chil
dren from their beds ought t be vL-iud
by a missionary. It is time enough to
rise after the sun ha.s set the example.
For what purj-o.-e do you get up i1 To
feed the cattle V Why not feed them
more the night before .' h is a watte of
life. In the old times they used to got
up about three o'clock in the morning,
and go to work l"ng before the sun 1.
risen with "healing upon his wiags."
mid as a just j'!iiis!,'i: ..: i.;c.v !'.' ,,(.'
the ague. an '. ;hcj .siht t- Imve it
now, '11, c -nan j-'io cannot .tt a living
risituj (uv tl,q,li;IU ov.'jlit to
vtarn1. Eight le".:rs a dav is enough for
any farmer to work exc; t in h arveH
time. When y.m rise at four and work
till dark, what i- life worth '.' Of what
use is all the improved machinery un
less it tends to five the farmer a little
more leisure 't What is harvesting now.
compared with what it was in the old
time 't Think of the day- "f reaping,
of crudling. of raking ..::d binding and
mowing. Think of thrashing with the
lad and v.-.nowiag with the wind.
Aad now think of the reapers and mow
ers, the binders and threshing ma
chines, the plows an.i cultivators, upon
which the farmer rides protected from
the sun. If. with all ihc-e advantage-,
you cannot get a living without rising
in the middle of the night, go into ome
other business. You should not re'
your family of slee;. Sleep i- t'.:e V. .-:
medicine in tin- -veil.'. It. .re i.- u .
such thing v.- I-..i.lI: without J' - .
Sleep until you are timruughiy 10.-0 1
and restored. When you wa.rk. work:
and when on -et through tak-, a i.
Nulicc to Jlariii'
-T A K 1
gi v. n ti
light will h
oher la. 1
C-I s, I,
;i mi.e s,
at ( n
1 V Wii'
. we will -.
An Extract from a Letter Written by
an Obi New licrniau.
UmtuH Journal: I herewith send
v'.u ,i .-.hint extract from a letter re
ceiv, ,i f r i .j r.n ,I,1 time citizen of New
Berne 'ine '10 jears ago Afr. James
Duiney. 'relieving that those of his
neiiiis v.iuj -till live will remember
""! !iiud!y: welcome the pleasatt
1! i:;r,- Ui, rein uuiHaiued.
r- la; - :.i-y i a tine scholar, having
ee. a (-.a-.-jt.-d ('no of our Universities
1 tidrd.-.riia; el Hill). He wasagnial.
Ai- -i fii! . mi Hiiion. a warm hearted
e i t : i : fri-.-: il. as fils i an hciiorable.
hi:.. r in ,! .,i,,l courteous gentleman. I
!".- : .'(--lu-e.l that those of his friends
wi.-. j.'iuU read this extract will rejoice
:it hi.- pri-fciit welfare as also to learn
thai 1:.!, has added to his natural fine
qu.dities tiie faith which is in Christ.
May they Ly his example be induced to
Mr. Barney has now numbered his
three score and ten years but writes
almost with the vim of his vouth. He
.ShoBld I revisit my old ancestral
home, 1 would be a stranger there. The
old Xeuse still rolls on in its grandeur
and the same unchanging beauty with
which it smiled at creations earliest
dawn, but all the surroundings how
changed ! Time has almost as com
pletely swept off the friends of my youth
! as u- Bines nas uie loot prints ttiat 1
made along its sandy shore- lou have
remained in thf, l.mil whirli mcp vrm
! birth, while I have wandered to this far
off land: you have witnessed the great
changes which have taken place there.
ind I have seen still greater in this
country since I came here. The advent
of the white mas has literally made
"the desert blossom like the rose." Our
vast (and then barren and desolate) ;
plains which to the casual observer i
seemed tit only for a scanty pasture for
the droves of mustane (wild horses), elk :
and antelonos that freclv and fearlslv
i,,,,,;:' m,i,-0 ' i,Q i,..
changed as bv enchantment and yield -
, in i,;v ., ,i , u i, L a
civilization ami entemri now renavB
.1 I 1 1 -li 1 , t '
: ",e "USOHm,.mnn 5 moor oy its ncn re
turns ol abundant sheaves of eolden
,rvo,., Tl.,n .1.;
,0(i ,i over with the beautiful hac.ein-
das of the prosperous farmer. The
: grounds around these residences are
1 e""-with shafe' J and na"
as much at home, side by side in this j CT ln Autsst 'nd f " through the
strange land of ours, as do the natives of I !et??" IfL f'f 'T'
the four quarters of the world who have! n 4 gt d l Educatlo.n'
made this, the home of their adoption. I the Superintendent the school commit
Our land is checkered all ovewith I tees, teachers and ch.ldren are an army
railroads, our streams, bays and lakes
are navigated by steamers and other
vessels without uumber. Our harbor,
the San Francisco bay, presents the ap
pearance of a vast fleet, displaying the
Hags of every civilized land, bringing
us the luxuries of other lands and bear
ing away the rich, abundant and varied
products and luxuries of this, our highly
favored country. Indeed this is a won
I live, ii- you know, in "Modesto:" I
am the oldest settler in the town; I had
the tirst house built tha't was ever built
here. This town soon became our coun
ty seat, and my house was used for one
year as court house, sheriff's office,
clerk's office, treasurer's office and!
board of supervisors' rooms, the town ,
... v-mj , uao a pupu- lne De ws-Dearers ot tne county to spread
lal ion of about 3,000. Six hundred chil-; the fame of its success, the public
dren are iu daily attendance at our ' school system is sending out its vitaliz
pubhc schools. We have a magnificent ' iDg influence like fire among the stub
ourt house and school houses, eight I ble. But let us suppose that Craven
churches, two daily and two weekly I county should ever be so cursed for its
newspapers, a free reading room and s;nSi as to fall into the hands of the
library and I am sorry to say about ' blatant advocatesof the "freeand easy,"
forty liquor stores. I "go a3 you please" style of education.
i What would be its history? One man,
And new let us hear the conclusion of , who happens to run a saw mill, or to
the whole matter. To fear God and 1 plant corn without cotton, or whose
keep his commandments is the whole children are not much help to ium in
luty of ir.au. All these things of which ' the field, takes a notion to start the
I have Wen writing are but "vanity and school because it suits his particular
vexation ol spirit. Who that will for
a im-ment rr fleet does not know that the
j !eaurt? of this world are transient
and unsatisfying. There is no hope that
does not rcarh beyond time, that can
satisfy the greatest desire in the heart
of an intelligent beinjr. lie tuayliveUi
his t-.wa nalucial ho:n.c, with all its
princvlv iarap!-,e;'naiia. surrounded by
liots of u-je. tried friends, have health
aud honors, and yet the very intelli
io'i'.Ct; v. i i i 1 u as iven him as a blessing
u-iU him hr is mortal, and consequently
must !n:. and in a few short years even
his name v. il! be forgotten among men.
and this t'nuucht throws a pall of gloom
over ail his most favorable surrounding-.
Ihn thanks to our Heaveuly
.'"at her who ives us a precious hop'j of
hotter things, raying to '.is: '""tie that
la-lis-veth in Jlc though he die yet shall
he live iipiin." s one of our native
"tr .t tlma art. in dust retnrnctii.
V.,s not spaken to the soul."
ii il',. nk i 1! there is 11" death to
th.- s. ai! wh' I'.ves and trusts l!im: and
1 rejiaee I,, say this ;rut is mini'. 1 am
ri!i in 1 haven. 1 am the son of the
and expect s
a the ha,;,i
Will to g'
-t old -.',
il - Hei:
1 h. ,nn-
. ressii. raj
thi viag a
Mrs. J. ;,
I.e. II visit i,
h-,v,- r- tun.
I- Sllll pi'o-
.vim- and in
'. who h i e
his aei nit v -saw.
ia all ito go
li'-ed in that
W. 1". K .
, e .
sic 1 1 1 t he
ii oi l in;: - ,i gr,iter ainomi!
;: :: i xci : ion than could In--.
: ; liou! ir. 1 )r. I lainmond's
. ;,:-. in.i.lished in the Norlh
in Kc'viow. some years since,
prove the truth of this as-
St. Louis Gloin- Dcit'.a-
Editor Journal: In compliance with
your request, that I furnish the Jour
nal with a series of educational articles,
I desire to state, that I am perfectly
willing to do so if you will take them
irregular as to date, aud as opportunity
to write may present itself. I believe
that short, earnest communications,
plainly written, may be instructive to
the people, and may help them to aright
judgment on the most important ques
tions of this day and generation. It is
my business to serve the wonderful out
come of educational enterprise, and
whether by word, deed or influence I
stand ready to do so. You must excuse
ine from taking any further notice of (
your correspondent from the First town- j
ship. I know but little of him, but had
supposed him like thousands of the
honest tillers of the soil to be a gentle
man of good feeling and amiable tem
per. I knew nothing of the measure of
his intelligence, anj am no better in
formed now. But the last article
signed by his name, whoever wrote it,
is so full of reckless statements entirely
voia oi trutn, ana aoounas in such mi-
ngnant spite, coarseness and rancor,
that I must leave the author to find an
tagonists suited to his capacity and
disposition. I am not troubled about
my efficiency as Superintendent. Placed
without my solicitation in the royal line
of school workers eight years ago by a
Republican Board of County Commis
sioners, notwithstanding I was known
to be a strong Democrat, elected three
times successively as Superintendent,
receiving the vote of every magistrate
without regard to party, and rewarded
from hrst to last bv assurance after as
' surance of my fidelity and success both
from home and abroad, I can well afford
to overlook the petty spite of such scrib
blers as your correspondent. Now not
another word in this direction.
RUN THE SCHOOLS TOGETHER.
We regard this obligation as the very
i " P" bcqooi system.
1. C .1 L. 1 : 1 , . ..
they hSve mad
as many mistakes as
made, were level headed
when they placed this amoDg the school
! V",8' rh,nTlrof a killf"1 geral, like
Jackson ot Lee, when drawn up with
all his forces in the front of the enemy
sending against his embattled lines a
single regiment or brigade, seeking to
win the battle in detail, and being cut
off and decimated as fast as he sends
thoin. The merest tyro in military
Rcience would call that an absurdity.
Would it be less absurd to employ our
limited pecuniary means in running one
I su' mwu.geuce, .L.tnu8iwm,
power and zeal any combination or
physical force ever seen on this planet.
Let them all move together on tbe strong
holds of ignorance, and the very mo
mentum of the attack is irresistible. It
is known from one end of the county to
another, that the schools are all in mo
tion. Conscientious committeemen are
on their mettle to employ the best teach
ers, and to look after the comfort of the
children. The (superintendent is hurry
ing to close his examination of teachers,
and to get out among the schools. The
teachers themselves know, that they are
under careful supervision, and are anx
ious to test the proficiency of their work
against their competitors in the rase.
And thus it comes to pass, that without
any newspaper puffing, or subsidizing
convenience, lie tsnda an unemployed
teacher ready Xa, make a little money in
vacation., and be gets his neighbors to
conseat to put the school machinery in
moion. He cannot find over a month
and a half at any time between the last
of March and the first of Dec. that he can
keep one-half of the children in the
school room. What is the consequence?
About the time the school gets fully
organized, and the chddren begin, Vo
learn, the school has to stop forth want
of scholars, or is continued wih a hand
ful of pupils for the benefit of the man
whose sons and s,nd daughters are not
needed for he crop. Now this is a
s r . ii,, t. n l,i-l lr In Iha maanlima ,u!,ul
- .; , , . , - , 1
lnUuenee does such a school wield oil;
the cause of education? Nobody knows I
of its existence even in the next town
ship. The Superintendent cannot visit
it. because the pittance which he gets
for his year's work will not support him,
and he must do other work for a living.
And even if the salary was sufficient, he
has much other educational work to do
besides visiting schools. n short, such
au, institution of loavning is a lost insti
tution. Its muuey is lost, its influence
is los;. if; tsaoher and scholars all are
I0.-I. iiud ail probably from the foolish-n.'s.-..
ignorance and obstinacy of one
Iliitllie simultaneous running of the
s. hools 1'mds its noblest argument in its
effect upon the people. The results of
such a movement in the increa.se.1 ac
tivity, energy and zeal of scholars a ml
teachers ale of course iireat. Itut when
the stirring fact eoi.ueu to the wry lire
side, of the Lt'opie. that the enlir"
seh, ,1,1 uiachinery of the county is at
u, yU. that the children of the farms
are at the knees of the nursing mother
of t-d neat ion. ihat every cross roa.l
a:,l bridle path have their teeiinv.g
work. is. th .( every school house waim
and comfortable is open. th.u every
1 I'll -ted school ollicer is in his .laei'. and
Ihat everv dollar of t'A( school fund is
h( iii' st l et. lied v 1 j- fullest value.no
one can e -I ;uaie the benefits of such a
t. iilixiCi'i! All ihe puhliu a.ldiesses of
ah. th.-. educators in the nation would
lull behind it. H wakes up eyery farm
: "1 an Smith river to the Lenoir bound
.., . It a!'. derates the public pulse Le
,. .- -. ' n. 1; brings the sji-.it but
w It i .
v laces .a a-ricu U u '. e uvce .o I.ice
livin.: i 1 - ''i.nu, is U'giu to
1 the alCii,. at-.-U ot their ell l.d fell ,
1 stud1 tlu -Uiditications of their
.". ','iiev u;.;a to know if the
. l.".,i-e is comfortable. Warm
and g.neic iu - clothing must be
the little scle ilar
s invaded for hard
do) lav :,
to hay text
an in e, u iar .
books. And a vast som-
l.aterest is ann.sol. win. h
r. s..asmodic mejiod of edu
1 never uiiatr any circmu
in'ua'. Now whenever ue
-t.y I'eople of North ( 'arohna
.1 in these matters, we shall
a things which have lu-v, r
into our dreams. Setia-lor
ay talk in liah-igh of the
ttloli C ,111
I the C. ..
e 'are The.
t 1 i 1 , I e 1
i '.v U v n
I u i i'athers. but the
g :,.iai"h of their de
li, v . ihi' fully tin I u 1 1
. I ..Isie'.e r;aiii-l igie
'i .ill Li, 1 t'.I,.e. w(ielieel -ill
1 1 '. i ail pi v l l '-' ii it v . w e hope to w r lt- a
-ie a t-r ;n 1 1 de, if any ef your paiious
.. ..n-toi ead it, on other questions con
I..' ted with the public school system.
U spectfully. JolIN.S. Li.. Mi.
Ilalui' s' Sure t'ure Mouth Wash and
Dcntifri ' is an iu fal libit' cure for L'lco
rated Saj'e Throat. Bleeding (ruins. Sore
Mouth and 1'icers. Clea.i'S ihe Teeth
and ke p- the Hums health.y and uii-lic1-
tiie breath. iVejvircd solely by
Urs. J. V. A:. R. HOLMES. Dentistsi
102 MulUerry street. Macon (ieorgia.
For sale by R. N. Dulfy, New Berne, N.
C, and all Druggists and Dentists.
A Marvelous Stc;
TOLD IB TWO UTTERS.
FROM THE SON :
" Qmtlemtm.1 Mr father ractdoa at Clr,
Vt. He has baa a great (offeror from ftcn.t
ula, and tbalooloaed latter will toll -yon nliHt
a marrelooi ottoot .x-';i i i'"
tai had la hla ease. ,1 tbhik hia blood r t
faata contained the liamor for at ton,t t 1,
yoart ; but It did not fbow, aircpt In f f
. of aaorefolcma oro on tbawriat, ma 1 1,
five year ago. From few ipota win. ij r- -peard
at that time. It traduallv prul ,'
' to cover hl entice body, 1 aure yon It,. , .
- terribly afflieted, and an object of yiij, m n. a
he begun luing yena roediotne. Now, tlmre
few men ef bie age who enjoy as pood Willi
as he has. I eon Id easily name, fifty iwrtx.ut
who ironld testify to the facte In his ease.
FROM THE FATHER i 'm:,
t a duty for roe to state to you tbe li., i
hare derived from the use vl ,
BIxnientJuagoIwaseompietelTeoTi-ri'il v a
a terrible humor and eorofaloui ,-, . s
Juimor eeused ,an Jneessant and luu,l t
I telling, and the akin eraeked so as to
the blood to flow .la many plaees ) r,- r
I moved. " My sufferings were greet, mi,
Yife A bttrden. 1 commenced the we of 1 -SAiuarABiLUt
In April last, and bare o l
it regularly ateee.tkat tiro. ' My condition
began to Improve at one. The sores bare
all healed, and 1 ieel perfectly aell in tt
renpoet being now able te do good Bt s
werk, althongh TS years of ass. Many iniju're
what baa wrought such a core in my ca. ml
I toll them, as I nae her tried te toll T"i,
Atrh's BuuriBfLU, .Oloror, V'U, OcU
81,1883.'.',' , lour gratefully, .
". J f i iiudji .fsouri." :
. tick's BAKsarAsnAs. enres P.-r(,f,
and all Senofalems DosnplalnU, Kr,.i..
elas, KaBMS. - Ringworm. ' I'.loil . .
Sore, Bolls, Tamort, and Eruptions or
the Skin, ' It clears the bloed ef all tmn
ritios, aids digestion, sUmulatos tbe sell,, 11 of
the bowels, and thus restore Vitality and
strengthens the Virata system. r
' - PmJBVABXD ST
Dr. J. C. Ayer A. Co.', Lowe!!, Ma i .
Sold by all Druggists; $1, si bottlee for t ,.
ATTO BNB'y-A T - I, A i .
KBSAjtkTiiJ.E:. sr. c.
Practices lo theConntlee of Duplin, lni4r
Craven, Jones and Onslow.
Collection of Claims a erieclulty. '
Correspondence eollol ted, n.aiOt..a
- P. H. jPELLETIEU,
...' JBe,Ceny. If.
Will practice ln the Courts of Carteret, Jones
Onslow and Craven. , n .
Special attention given to the colli-t ion of
claims, and settling aetata ol deevum..! i-, .
sons. ' , J "1 vf. - - i msnlwii
U J. MOOBJC . , y j, Wat. E. CLARVK.
MOORE .& CLARKE,
JTeW Berne," N. CX ,
Will practise In the Courts of Curtert, Ci
ven, Greene, Hyde, Jonua, Uenolr, One.
and Pamlico counties, ". . . -
Also ln the Supreme Coert at Ritleleh s, i
the United States Courts at liew i-'naie , ,
Raleigh. 3 ,. , - - ,.
- Collecting a specialty, .? ap5d tf ; '
GEORGE V. BTROK,
Kalelgh. N. O,;.
OAariar. n. mnr,
' , ,-' Klnston, N. tl
STRONG & PEEEY,
( ATT0RXEV&. ML . COUNSELLOES AT U',7.
Having formed co partnership fnr tiie-
firiictlce of tbe law in Jones county, will r,,i
arly niund the oonrtsof the same. Vrinyt
attention paid to eolleetlone. . ,
miiyia-UJwtf HTUOHQ PERBY. -
PHIU HOLLA !D. . V. t-"Crrll XI. 0D1OK.
HOLLAND &. GUI0IT, .
offlce on Craven su tifo door'sabove iviu.i m
Will ruactioe tn the Connfles of 'rvn
Joneti, Onslow, Carteret) l'amlloo and L-tu.jr
Prompt attention paid to eollectlona,
ap4-dwly. - -' - " . ,
- r.. , ,
K. M. SrMMOKS, . ,,,Ol.!t'JirT kAirt-V.
s i m 0 n s a n AN L Y ; .
ATTOliNEYa AT LAW.
Will practice ln tbeOonrtAof Grsven(Jrm
onsU.w, Carteret, Pamlico, Lienolr aud Hyu
and in the Federal Conrtnt K9W btrne. . .
DR. J. D. CliAHK,
iKivrriHX, t ,
NKWBKKIt. il. C.
Otflee on Craven street, between PollocBl
an,! no ml. , aprl7-dAwljT
"0R. "gTl SHACKELFORD, ' -
Surjjoon 13 entlst )
NEWBEBN, f I
on M Idule street, over Miss Kate Car-
i Millinery Htnre, opposite HapUst
Tm Yrara Prurllral Ksprteteea ..
Kei.2Kll.lwly . , "
WILLIA.M J. CLARKE,
' H NSKLJXtt AT uw,:-,v.',
.I1H-1K held at Ks BtriSb'
r :i , iii niio nttenti.,11 pui to. ' collecting:'
, 1., Hi -. II IK I 1,111 1IIK-)C. .y ,.. , ., M ;
1 i.n.'l Klul.-K i 'oimr. IwNlolier. r'.'
s. ,,:. l-si. - , d'f
Ageut and Bottler
I 5 l-ATED X'C-P
BERGKER & E1TGEL 3$'
BREWHTG GO 'S"
Ni'W Berne, N. C.
'I he b,
..k I'l emiuniH at Mle (CkBl
l i'.ion at l'hiladMlphia ' "
ion. KenK hotter !).',',;
w .n m ei.ii;ates, and i tbtv
el w hi i ever known,
kegi it crates. dw
N,en ,. ( her ei.v Kiv.-n to nil those thetsnf. m y "
I 'M 'I i,yi!i,. hihi lire ,,u Middle street and -'' V
in.. .Market l'o.-l;. Unit I fully sympathise) ,)'
wtli ih, -in iii, , I wimIj iiiein nutter luck nest - ,,
niu,' In the lime tliey will be rtoonstrueU- ' '
lie:. , t ,
They can find if-xvl Clears. Tetmee fti'"C' 11 ! "
nrulK orSmoklnt lKwsttM.Blc . - '
Also, KoHl -ool Sofia Wsr,tlsnrAlt. 'l' '
or Deep Rock, ii very line Miami WatewL " a. -nlwuymn
rikkI condition tuUrlnk. AlilMiurb '
ice didn't burn up. , :, ,; . ,
au Knoyr wnere to 11 nd roe.
y it '