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HAQLET and VESPER
A QA WUi raa aa rmlvr aaa.
TtUtOALIBOHAUAt U4 HATCKUAT
Aw 017 ud rwtmra om mOy l a T .
(llrt JM -fan It
4 AV W4 lrMM v.- J S
Th ctre of thit ll3r it only a cor
ruption of Dit'i lily- il upp'd to
b the rtower 1 bAt dropped from Pluto
chariot when he wu cmrryiog off Pros
erpine to Ihe infernal region' Jean
logelow. in the beautiful y;m of
"Perterhone. ' lhu. introduce thi
; iwer mto a rfucittion ( the antique
She tpp'i upon Hicilian grin
lemeter daughter freah and fair.
A child of light, a radiant laa.
And Kameeome as the niorniog air.
The daffodil were fair to e.
They no.1ded lightly on the lea
;.i on h marked of rarer growtli
1 han orchi or anemone .
Yor l the maidfn left them both.
An l parted from her company
lirawn nijch. he deemed it fairer lull,
And tiopd to gather br the nil
The daff.lil. the datTodil
What ailed the meadow that 11 hik '
W hat ailed the air of Sicily '
She wondered hy the brattling brivk.
Anl tremhled with the trembling Ie
1 he ,-oal-t lack hor ne they nio
1 1 mother, mother low he crie
.;sht. 11 .ight ' he .Tie "farewell
Tho o.xl blArk nrte wnt for me.
' 1 ha.ie cf ha.lee. "her I muat dwell
lniiter. molhrr. far from the
1 'h. fated doom that 1 fulti I '
' h . fateful (lower bide 1 h r...
T.e iafT d il. the darT d il
North Carolina's lcail.
For some years on each rornriin
New Year's l).vy we h.ivo pulilishi'il
a list ol ! he ) 'i cm im-n t N r ! li ( 'aru
hnuiiH iiO il :t'd i'.iiiiiik lluMtlil
Year just gone. The preparation
of the li.it impresses in a I wax s with
the instability, the uncertainty of
huni.ui life ami the certainty ol'
death to earh one ol u in the near
future. If live or ten eai - or even
twenty or litty years rem. 1111 wliat
do they amount to? Th-v are like
a past,;!!;; eloml or a weaver's
shuttle, llf e aleo leady. Life
is p-hor: ; the giave is certain: the
j udjjmen t lues 1 1 al)!e.
"Art in long; and lime i 'l-'.-tn ;
Though our henrta are "tout and 1 mvt'
Siill like mu:'l jcl drums are branny
Kuneral marchf? to the grave.
North I'aro'.iti a was bereaved in
Jeed during the eat She
lost many ir.o;.. worthy and excel
lent sons, and some of her rnoet
giftid, most il..-: :n-'.i:la d. Among
: i.e : r graves
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1 a .irh . S'Te"- t"ii"
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aava raay waata V K-. lota a rallaAta ao4
tweaiaw tta eeTTIae: aopaetur taouiuee hw
T T 11 r at AUlaaoatA Cf.y . ai
Aaiaa aalatf ret U1 a iaaavl at earm u:
All of the aboTe m.v) 1, in are for
aaie at the .Irug ttorea of S. IurTy and
R. Berry. M:di; tr-e: N.w Heme.
HEALTH IS WEALTH!
READ CAREFUL Li' .
JMtaaa 4VJ floatta to ta abipVaU eta Eaeieia
faralaa taaaaaaA a:lT ea Iwltarwe
. froa Jew Yaia. by fnia. R. " XT
faaa railaaifcla. Of r til La.. W. a Iil.ix
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yraaa laitaMHw by rtu. wu. A a.u A.
sV. rttatjaaa tta. atatioa.
rVia tai. ar !kirwii Mauiaa tc R.
frowe Hetiia. y Ktaa'4 A M Laar Trmaa
attimei Cav; 1 ark uil Mw tot'tx1
Haeeeaw Uw and time iwnr nijuj
- w Aea BHaaetna reniUr a a;Du a ot -o-j
art pa ar, we a ui i rui
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P'.aVaa.kU at.) Itur.o Hin(.'
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aru. a t l t kj aimi.
It xra. ,v 1 .
lit O'Kell on American W ome b.
Th.it which struck me mo-t m
AmencA, from nrat to last, l.a the
total At'erjce of stupid looking
faces. All are not handsome, but
are intelligent and learning
with tctuit. In my opinion, it is
:n !h: that American tx-auty
mainly c. insists. I.i the large
cities of the Hast, the tlrst thing
whn-h caught my attention rw the
:lunne- of the men and the plump
ne of the women. This seemed
to hint that the former lived in a
farnsce of activity and the latter in
cotton wool. This impression soon
deepened into a conviction. It
aeomed to me that her lot was is
near to bing perfection a an
earthly lot conld be. A repect
amounting to reverence is phown
for her, ana It appars to be the
chief aim of her protectors to sar
rvand her with lainry and make
her path through life a sunny one.
So far a-s adding to her mental and
physical grace goes, thu plan
those best k:: iw:i and
endow ed ho wi lit ti
were John 1 . I
I)unc. m K. Mel:.if
'ms'( :i. Maui ice
Frederic k S I'rt-etr: , 1 :-v
Rockwei:. Mi;or ,I..I.r. (
l:ev. Pr. N. 11. n. W'::-. v.
William A. Sunt h. Kev. lr. (t
l'.adger Wet niore. llrv. Ii.
Hulibard, ,Im!ge Tnomas Se:t!
( 'ol. Kober: K. l'.ndgers.
.Vtr.oTg those w ho i! ,ed u i.o
men of u.ti'ience, char.n :i-r
llic New Annex Hall of Salem Female
It is evident to the mo.-i casual
oIim rver that the Academy, in its
teadiiy progressive course, hits
entered upon .in era of prosperity
beyond that of any pret inns time
siiue th late wai. l.i.-t term the
accoLiimodations uue taxed to the
u:n,o; a;iac;;y com iiiriisni ate
witii comfort, and 1' in id-su :n .:: r
the a ppia.M : ions of new pupils (-1 c
so numerous that .1 in-w ijU.hi.n0:
was a necebSity. Voi k was acccid
iiikIv !'- nun upon the New Annex
11a, 1, and by pushing the woik.
with relays .f skilled mechanics,
the completed building w, is thrown
open for the inspection of our
patrons and friends, November lb.
The Hall is an elegant two story
frame structure, T'l feet by !io, in
(ueen Anne st le. with iouf of loin
gables .ml a dee!:. It stands in
the rear of the obi Annex, or Uagge
lloa e. the p:.i.,i Ironting on the
yard back of the two principal
Academy buddings. The first Moor
eoii-i-ts ol a large entrance hall,
two .-'hoc parlors and class inoms.
CuHI'OKAL WILUiSI I-'E.NLEY. J
Tii late advanced id the night
A sentinel am I,
And beat my post left and right
Beneath a starry sky;
From my lofty post all around
I wtuch and listen to erery sound.
I watch the dwellings at the Fort
And in the villa, e below ;
I: laceer happens I report
The alarm bugle to blow.
A '.nve all. that epot I watch
U here sleeps my darling in her virgin
I watch each shining, twinkling star.
In the blue expanse aboye,
And in the solemn silence, near and far,
I pray for my Mary love.
May lie who knows no sleep or slumber
Watch over my Mary years without
1 ' 1 1 1
! co ve s
1:1 II. It
as Kev. .1. II. Co!
Moore. Dr. F. M.
W. K. King, ( apt do
I) r .1 oh n 1 i . .lames.
A. Fag-. Co!, s. B
Stephen d. obb, din
William .1. Yates. C
Hoke. Major A. M.
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I II con enience :
e n t . 1 a t ion
ve m ; e
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iioor, w . : h
1 1 1 d e vi 1 y
aie except ion 1 !y
ome 1 '.1 ussels car
making "very woman an uncrowned
r.".rV-.r"r fuit. ; 'ineen has an.wered completely.
:-.,. kiw. r.a l seeintr her high pogitloD, she has
set herself to work to fill it becom-in-lr
ami t ia th onltivation of
ii America a uauguters, 11 in iut?n
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ESTABLISH ED 1852.
CURES OR NO PAY.
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poet Young a-d;
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ones die. It is
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m, aa4 all
I Treat aUvare.
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tjaa raewtaa) lruda- c:or.aji p. ur tiaxE3.
tAf attatetatt aeTatraa to elaaae etr palraae. ' at oomioi woaij -.a eh lauium
latew aiaaa p rant txiM at IA aaai ! Hj: is. . -,... ..--'. Ca.orr iboy
tairaaaa y fa la taa eaaa inantm w eaa ; ear ' ' n. '. oti t . -.. ; - . -'o r - r .
en4ait"at a a aa ' we will ao rat pitifu:. :l .-r--i now.:-.oW-
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pa rreaiieeaa. Sew Terk Clir
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f!HJ-ftl W. RU0 4.I1 ITECET.
air ;i Pltll. tDKI.PHIt. P.t.
sciousnesa ol tneir power, mat
make them so attractive and render
American society bo delightful to
the strangbr. In their treatment
of women, the Americans might
give more than one lesson to the
men of he Old World, even to the
Frenchman who, in the matter of
politeness, Iivei a good deal, I am
afraid, on the reputation ot his
ancestors. The respect for women,
in America, seemed to n.e to be
perfectly disinterested, purely pla
tonlc. In France, this respect
almost border, on gallantry. A
Frenchman will always stand back
to let a woman pass, but he will
generally profit bj the occasion to ; present is
tako a good look at her.
If an outsider be competent to
form au opinion, I venture to ray
that the American woman does not
render to man a tithe of the devo
tion she receives from him. The
French wife repays a husband's
devotion by protecting his interest
an American one too often re
pays it by breaking into his capital.
'apt. George S.oan
Siime of these es'eeined N.ath
Carolinians lived to .idvauced age
and fell like a tall shock ol corn,
ready for the eternal garner. Oth
ers died in the full strength of
vigorous middle age. and passed
away followed by the iegiets ot
many fuends. Others were stnckeii
down in tha tlush and vigor ol man
hood before they had tasted ot the
strong vintage of success or their 111
teiiectual powers had reached their
highest development. They are
gone gone forever. They will
never again walk this earth, entei
into its rivalries and hopes and
participate in its jos and sorrows.
Almighty Death has claimed them
and they are now with the "pale
nations" o: another world.
"Thanks be to God, which giveth
na the victory through our Lord
e st ud v pa: iors. sofas
tered :n e!,ve green
p'.. ;'::. The e , n.-.te l':ni.-':i ol I he
w h . e appeals to every 1 1 1 -i 1 c .
be nity loving eye.
The two youngest i,.oi: en.-upa
nil-- of gir Is, the S; h and 'J t h . a no 11
' .11 number, moved into thi-.
bright, cheery, handsome dwelling,
November 17th, leaving 1 :M for the
large Academy. The whole l're
paratory department is accommo
dated in the new Hall with the old
Annex, leaving the Academic
dejii'tmetit for the large Academy
building. This arrangement is
v satisiactorv in view ol the
girls heie at
who 1 a:se
the number to over L"J.", are accorn
moilated in the old Academy: thus
our e.-tabli.-hinent naturally adjusts
itsell most conveniently as a work
A (lank wan; w,th neat railing
connects the Annex with the other
Academy buildings. The only ob-
jection cur friends from town urge i
against the new Hall is its- distance
from Main street, where its beauty
Is there anything more sublime
than the way in which the Ameri
can can combine the sacred and the
profane ? Why, he is a greater
adept at it than John Bull. On
board the steamer, we had a party
of Americans who passed seven
d.is of the voyage playing poker.
The smoking room rang from morn
ing to night with the oaths that
they nt tered every time that they
;h:eu a caul on the table. They
ere so iluent with them that they
ha:iih used the same twice in au
hour. Their stock seemed inex
haustible. On Sunday, after
breakfast, a young lady sat down
to the piano and began playing
hymns. What happened then?
Our poker party gathered round the
young lady, and lor two hours sang
p.-nlins and holy tunes to the edi
f im. n of the other occupants of
the saloon. I was dumbfounded.
In France, we have men who swear
and also men who sing hymns, liut
1 believe that the Anglo Saxon race
alone can furnish men who do both
with equal facility and gusto.
AN AMATEUR'S FAREWELL TO HIS
Good-by old friend, good-'ro '
Some months ago X laid thee down
Nor thought to take thee up again
To draw from thee the liquid sounds
That oft have pleased my ear so well.
But yestere'en I hungered for
The tones that hidden in thee lie.
And so I took thee in my hands.
But, lo! the fingers that were wont
To do my bidding, and the right
Hand had well nigh its cunning lost,
And all the sounds which came from
Were loud, untuneful, and unlike
ThyBelf ; and, as I laid thee down,
And now, I say again, farewell !
The years are passing by, and cares
Too many press upon me, so
I ne'er again shall find ia thee
The rest and comfort which I found
In days gone Dy ; but aa the years
Roll on. may some more skilful hand
Tnan mine has ever been, rail forth
All the sweet sounds in thee contained ;
And whensoe'er (he time may be.
And whoresoVr the ilace, thy tones
Will quic'- rtfo'orifes find within
The soul . :' hi,. 1 who loves thee well.
Ta 1 1 Jt
Are Diamond Dyes. Tht-y f-xi I .11
in Strength, Purity and l':--ti:e-f. Nu.
are just as good. Jkv.-nie of imitr.t:"'.
are made of cheap and cT- r: i c . : o
give poor, weak, crocky coi rs.
36 colors ; 10 cents t:ch
Send postal for Dye hoi'l, S..m;. ' ' .
for coloring Photos , ninlonc i:.-' 1. ' 1- ,
(fo cts. a quart), etc. Soid by i : .i. .. .
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.. ButL-i-
For Gilding or Bronjjni; Tcr. v A::,. I
Gold, Silver, Brone. Copper Oc.ly :
n . , f CELERY
ramo s j COMpouND.
c(fRZ S PROOFS
' PtlM't Celery Ccin-
f o ti ra I tr 1 a p""1 cur1. mj
0 otu lck headache.
' Mrm. L A. Baatmraa,
8 . , Son Indnto, CaL
r A , . "Aftrl uuilf 44 hoi-
3 ft slrat.ion t,f ,mr, otrv
a Coini.oiinc1, 1 mih curra
j ofl rliennm 1 iin "
g r. ... , . rfip n-, Sa Mem llin hikwii,
j HllJl. :YiutiGJn South ( otn,h, N U
n "Il hull finrtr in more
I j (I tj; y (T(wx! for kMi.'-y iliaWJatu
ih.in any ri hrr mrdi
."t" SCS tln ('.if'. Aiun,
SImix (.Mr, lima
"I'aiin' ii Cdery (rn
' f nrund ha l-e' D of LpTal
t r ( - j N-nrfil f ir if.rpiil I'vrr,
j ' : : rcors Ir' " 1 """rV' c
j I i a 1 1 , (iirch, V I.
Miat a 1 i-tnrhance He Raised at an
During a fiale the auctioneer was
upon the siand with a piece, of
"Fight cents a yard who says
"I'll give you ten came from an
STILL LEAD !
ii and set-exclaimed
'Going at ten! Going!
Yours, mad am : walk
tie.'' i:I didn't bid on il
the old lady, advancing.
i;We'll thank persons not to bid
if they don't want an article," said
the auctioneer. "Going, then, at
eight ! who says more than eight?"'
'Nine cents," came fiom an old
"Nine! nine! s ho says ten!
Going at nine! goi n g ! gone !
Youis, sir. Cash takts it at nine
"I didn't bid," said the old gen
tlenian. "I don't want it wouldn't
give you live cents for the whole
l.u je number of littU
pri sent . The day pupil.-
(.auie Preserves and the Public.
One thing to be said of private
game preserves, in behali'of the
public benefit accruing from them, ' l,iet'6-
is that thev foster a trame, sn nnlv i Auctioneer get 1 1 ng angry .
which often overspreads the pre-' an" oue buls a2ai" they will have
serve bonudaries, and thus turn- to talce the article or get into
lshes sport for outsiders. A case trouble," throwing down the piece
ui point is that of the Count tf of calico. "Give me something
Club of Westchester connty, NTew ! else- Ah : gentlemen; here is a
"York, who-sometime ago posted an iliae Plpce- U hat can 1 Bet for
extensive tract of land, and turned ituis? hat do I hear 1 anything
out ouail in it. The birds have -uu i"coc
stocked all the country round about,
and gunuers report better shooting
in the vicinity than for many years
previous. No sensible person will
I'll start at five." "Ten," says ,
another. "Twelve aud a hall,"!
: says a third. "Thirteen ! " cries an
I ain now prepared to offer better induce
ments for the future than ever in the past.
My stock is much larger and could not be
I Buy in Large Quantifies for GASH,
direct from Importers, Jobbers and .Manufac
turers, which enables me to sell cheaper. A
trial will convince that
: at ilea' b, as the
s in his Night
death arrived, is
1 to see our dear
sail to pay those
and last offices.
And vet if the soul is saved through
the blood of Jesus what is therein; 1 he old Annex has also been
death to alarm or make sorrowful ?, thoroughly renovated and im
This life is the preparation for the j proved, so that it scarcely appears
life to come. This world is the ; like the same building ; class rooms
enrobing chamber for heaven. ! have been made, pianos placed
Salvation is nss r l hrrr. 1 1 is not ; therein, and the whole is a hive ot
something that is to be, but is busy workers. Salem Academv.
Co 1 lect iD sr Debts in Turkey.
j The honesty of the Turks in all
j money matters is proverbial. The
! necessity for resorting to the law
for collecting debts Is rare. When,
however, this has to be done the
methods differ from ours. The fol
lowing storv told ot the Prime
would make it one ol the tuust ever oOiect to posted land, pro
ornaments of town: c.li who are'vided there is a free range near
engaged in Academic pursuits will by. Fences cannot be built so
agree with us that this privacy is high that birds will not tly over
its greatest advantage. M r. J . . them : nor has any genius yet de
Frics, who planned the new build . vised a scheme to clip the wings
ing. and Messrs. Fugle Fros., the j and restrain the flight of grouse
contractors, have our warmest j and quail. Thus outsiders come in
thanks for what was to evidently a for a share even of the expensive
imii ui i o e ou i u e 1 1 11.11 1 . i.uiu rcnu puc.t.sau 18 null imiiiiutLe.i
put out in American preserves. I
rorest and stream.
now I see."
now. "One thing I
wheieas I was blind,
e t it is
the good who
The tongm s cf i! icg torn
wUI raa la taUowtaA aa .a am a4
WtU I errarr MJalaf end fs 1 rli
at eiaA at Ala aakiaA Ar naiiuv
A Aaaaa i aa4 aa lateraoi'-a pn.i
UtatAlatj taaae Oar
WMX aaaaa laew Beraa ear Kiaetnu on 1 bm-
I aaA rrWaj at a o toca. at. Eiaru
aaa. wtil mm 1 Ktaatoa na atondar anJ
TAaiaaayw Tnaiamt at ait lal.mn4.4U
LaadiaA aa aaaa ILt
i. J. raiAlAT at
V. r. VAjrvr. flaatna.
Bt. a. Baaava. raUaliTU.4
, W. K. VilO, AaatatTra a
at. C Aarrai. JeXlr OU neia
2m B. lana. QaaAar HrtaA.
Jitl dajn Hum
PWaetiantaff t or I aloa With laaada.
A'uaion with Canada must first
b asked for on the part of the
Dominion or it will not b worth
the having. It cannot be hastened
by any effort of onrs, but all such
efforts will retard it. Canada was
originally a colony of France, and
there are now over a million of
French Canadians, described by
Godwin Smith, the eloquent propa
gandist of commercial union, as an
"nnprogTea.sire, religious, submis
sive, coarteous, and, though poor,
not unhappy iveople." He adds,
that while "they have a rery in
different reputation a.s farmers,"
Koforce attention like deep harmony
He that no mure mu?t pay. is listened to
Than they, whom ycuth nri.1 "at- lmve
taught to cbce
More are men s ends ncaki
live before ;
Ths setting sun. ami mu-io
At the laat taste of nweelri
Writ in remembrii-K-e. m r
long paat. "
Aclimp'. makes thi;
1 a: th ..-Tvir
ri.l p.r"r Ik.
om m YOUTH
MA: : i. I'-mr,
) tpeaalil f raj it
I aetaTveA 7al Aa fTta
a - 1 w a.
i nr. M A rTf tt v Livr PHLS V
J Nre OiAAilitllan ; . re- i -n - a' - ' a - i 9 1
X e-tv l.ife sim a : o 1 A l L -11 H o k I
a. . r-.mj! r : w - j-rt t It . W
6fTM CO . ST LOUlS.Ma
Independent Steamboat Line.
Om aa1 After Monday tie 10 vh dav . i
Sayl.. thm ataAAAX Howard will run
Ike) foUowiAK echesiate
Fot TrtnlOA try Uoaday anJrn
ttay at itvi o'clock, return 104- Tueevla
AaJ gatardar .
J. J. LA.SITTF.R. Uuijir
J. J. DtMWiT, Axent at Xw Beroe.
NEW33ERNE ANPAMLO UN E.
The attimtr TAHOMA,
aVTHD a mrm. a vi h
a m M n II
' ' "" i-t;.I.I I.,, , . ,ir, utih- !
.-,.i: --'.i.iii..rt.r.iilt.ij 1
'" ' - " 1 r,- iii, iu.li-,1
they are governed by the priest gTown son of tin
with the occasional asaiatance of ing this, said:
the notary." This certainly is not "Pa. will ion
high co 1 nundation. Retaining in ton, if I w 1! in
a j'oor way their French language, 1 son !"
they hae not been assimilated or j "Yes." replied
anglicized, perhaps cannot be ! may have a sheep
Amerieanied, and we have yet to
learn that the Latin race have any
where appeared to accept of a re
publ can form of government with
The public debt of the Canadian
lominion, however formidable,
would have to be paid or assumed
by the United State in case of a
political union Its present amount
in proportion to population is more
than three times as much at that I w ho shoal
of the United States; and the ' Selected.
latter is being rapidly reduced,
while that of the Dominion for the
ast twenty vears has Bteadily in
creased in every year except two.
We do not need the Canadian
Dominion a.s a dace ot refuge for
redundant imputation. We do not
: heir young men in our army. N e
do nit need it for the purpose of
increasing our revenue, and, if we
"Take a hrep."
A farmer once employed a young
man to labor upon his farm without
inquiring as to his habits, and upon
learning that he was addicted
somewhat to drinking, the farmer
offered him as a reward a choice
sheep if he would refra'n from
drinking during the season. A
farmer, on hear-
When he was in the ministry a
poor man complained to him, as
the minister m whose department
the matter lay, that a chamberlain
at the palace would not pay a debt;
id sweetest I that he had obtained a legal decis
ion in his favor, but could not get
it executed against a person em
ployed about the court. Achmet
told the man to come again in a
month, and sent wod to the cham
berlain to settle it within that time.
! He also wrote letters at intervals to
! At the end of the month the com
pi tmaiit came, saying that he had
not yet 1
t Ins sea-
k e up and
I I rC ,
"Fl Every win
11 "Mill! , -1 . . .
I THAT FIGHT -
The Original Wins. 10
I .. V. -7'r
lf eotr';.-'. t rr's. t nj pa.
af aaai. oav'.ne: Own pi J -i in
I eaa. la eparU to ffna.r aLpr.or erw
tjaaaS frwm ai I p.i a 'a on o v .r N k . r
44 Paailtru -a w H-n. r -
taa aeear n t :ne f o , . a . . - -eeeratwia
Lw ! H.ru- f.r ' .i-i.'t
eWtarday at HI X a. l j - n p i
at tlaerfuoca. A Jam i.i i . r ,
Vaaeawe and m.n w
Laavae i47b,r- v-.r. i .- . i"-.ur.
fa aaalX w ...,rt.--t , , rf.i
V eatanara. am..:.. t, . t - .rf..-
Of a a. MIV-.i .t N.w r.-:z l r i r .
Yaare mf trvai a
axaaaiWat pea ur' ..- - -.-.. i -
aa (rett mn i
iealri rei(s.i ; r . -i --.- vf T
aejaal A. C. U. Line, an 1 v - r i.
al). H. ABBtTTT
r. h rwij:e.
rOVLXA ii'uWII I
A f ft a -..
t I s
"Fa, will ion gi
too, if I'll not drink
"Yes, son, von
After a moment's pause the little
boy turned to his fat her and said :
"Pa, hadn't u better take a
sheep, too T"
There are a good m.iuv fathers
take a sheep "
A Tough Kat Mory.
A naval officer says: 1 base al
w.is ielt some regard tor a rat
since my cruise in the Constella
tion. We wen' fitting lor sea at
Norfolk, and taking m water and
for the purpose of enrolling j ("owsuu. a pant, was loiingou
iuc aiu 'ji out 01 ine p.ii lm iiicu
communicated with the wharf. On
a bright moonlight evening we dis
covered two rats on the plank
coming into the ship. The lore
most was leading the other by a
straw, one end of which each held
in bis mouth. We managed to
the other was stone blind. His
faithful friend was dying to get
him on board where he would have
H-en paid, and was desired
again next dnv. Achmet
requested the e ! i j in ! 1 lain to come
al-o, who, when asked to pay the
debt, laughed and positively re
fused to i.h so: whereupon Achmet
ordered pipes and coffee, and whis
pered to an attendant to take his
Kxcellency's horse as it stood to the
iii.ii ket, and sell it at once.
Shortly after the attendant re
turned and placed a bag ol money
before Achmet, who divided it into
two heaps iTuikish money in those
days consisted of largo debased
eo'.n . and, calling the complainant,
said, "Tins belongs to you," and
turning to t ho chamberlain, "This
icmains to your Excellency."
"What do you mean ?" exclaimed
"Why," replied Achmet, "as you
positively refused to pjy a debt,
which it has been decided by a
court ol law mat you owed, ami as
1 have been applied to officially in
the matter, I have caused the horse
on winch you rode heie to be sold,
ami have paid your creditor out of
the pri ceeds ; 1 now hand over to
on the remainder of the money."
The chamberlain's wiath was
Separate Municipal Elections.
Without venturing to decide
which plan is the most desirable,
we think there is no loDger aDy
troubt in any impartial mind aa to
the need of the proposed separa
tion. There can be no improve
ment in our municipal government,
no relief from the extravagant and
oftentimes corrupt expenditures
which make life in our cities so
enormously expensive, until we
bring the mass ot the voters to the
comprehension of two points : first,
that it is playing into the hands of
the men who make their hviDg out
of politics to allow National and
State political considerations to
enter into the choice of municipal
officers; secondly, that the burden
of taxation is not borne by the rich
alone, but largely by the poor. The
voters must think when they are
deciding how they will vote, not as
to what the effect of their ballot
will be on a candidate for Governor
or President, but upon municipal
taxation, schools, police, paving,
lighting, street cleaning, sewerage,
Fesides the purchase, care and
preparation of food, one must re
member that there are a hundred
other ways ot economizing in the
household. Time, to the housewife,
is money, consequently, purchase
such machines as will save both.
One cannot afford to beat eggs
with a fork, when, for ten cents, a
beater can be purchased that will
do the work in one-tenth the time.
A farina boiler is a necessity, aa
there is no danger of scorching and
wasting food. A meat chopper and
braisiug-pan enable one to use the
cheaper pieces of meat. There are
many other machines which are of
great use in intelligent hands, but,
as women are not machinists, many
excellent machines come to grief
from lack of understanding. All
unnecessary or fancy utensils should
not be indulged in. s
Why Americans FaTor Irish Home Rule
The city of New York, which has
been successively in the power of
the Dutch, the LDghsh, and the
Yaukees is today the real capital
of Ireland. The English are always
wondering why Americans are all
old lady "fourteen!"
"Fifteen I am offered ! fifteen! i
done at fifteen! Can't dwell i The most elegant line of
going! going! gone! Yours,
sir. Step up, whoever bid."
No one came up. All eyes star
ing in various parts of the room.
"Gone, then, at fourteen ! Yours,
sir ; walk up."
But the bidder could not be made
to walk up.
j "Thirteen, then, madam ; you
; can have it at your bid.''
"I didn't bid ; what do you think
I want of that article?" said the
"Here, I'll take it at thirteen,"
exclaimed a voice at the other end
of the room. All eyes were turned
in that direction, but no claimant
"Who Bays he'll take it at thir
"I would," said an old farmer,
"only I'm afraid it's stolen goods ! "
The auctioneer, now quite pro
voked, sprang down, and was about
collaring the old man, when a per
son right behind him cried :
"Don't strike him ! It was I
that said you stole it."
The auctioneer turned round,
when a big dog, apparently right
at his heels, snuffed and barked
most furiously. With a sudden
spring upon his counter, he ordered
the crowd to leave. An acquain
tance at our elbow, no longer able
to contain himself, burst into a
loud laugh, as a genteel little man
passed out at the door, who he told
ns was a ventriloquist.
is! really the LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
It would b folly for me to attempt a lull description of all ins slock-
the mflre o as he was , jn favor of Home Rale for Ireland,
bilged to walk back to the palace.
ji"-ir inn-, .,r j , i uj -.he balance would Lve found on
iiif.iu.m 1 me other side ot the aceoun
Modes of Liecrjlion ( on trailed .
In modern and more barbarous
times the a;m of the executioner
as to : or t urn the criminal by kill-.
ing him as slowly as possible ; now.
on the contrary, the aim is to kill !
him as speedily as possible and
shorten his suilerings. From this
point of view the English method
ot blowing from guns practiced in
India, :i the most humane this
mode oi execution is sure, quick,
and then hire nearly painless; at
the same time the moral impression
produced by it is very great, and
wen suited to the snirit of contein
; o r a :
s 1 1 1 o n to k l !
them on t he
a lesson :
urine a three
We frit IIO llispo
ei t her. a nd 1 anded
w hai !. How many
his tt oi Id to whom
Mia' rat readeth
FOH MEN 0XLT.A
aaM4 lefTiUAO aaAta.
m. nitri ti aa. . ft c tLr--r x
V4aw ee 4ateaaAWMaaw, MiawSal f 1 m m km' rXItAaV
MaMV ata. ' m iaa -m
UU nZOCaU. OCX. 3-JTT A.'D
a Cw Umjmr Ma. PMithrtiy Cart4
t AAwaatATWa aa. aAOHr MUll ifa.
aaaaaae a a eaa at eaaa a , er at ar
aaAM aaa. wtta t tAa kaawkna af tae par
eaa taAla Mi M h lafiT aaxmMaa awl will
ear A in ataaaat aaal iy ar. whatAar
ltwlae I A inalwan r1ttraria tUroAmito
A- it teem aLa w. GUARANTEE
r? laaaaaca. Ui eace IwwA
JV. m JwAt tae Thia- far Arat
faf ail la u (I Mils.
:f r- ffi W-i) Ttj aal r4
mtm l.t aM '-A IA -Martrt-T eTeJ
"a tm ' oa paw i -
A.. lM?MpAaJ RCa . Ml fr m 'a -eV
Tnk4 A -. in Cmau4U.
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Q). . n 4
i is t
A ii ;lat vara ta evary la
f F. Wfatlla4
ViAieUf trtOK C. I M t
aaa .t CiwtiwwaW. 0-
r.a A . b.j -n i .
In. aja. ctf 4i.fci a4 Wa. al ng 9 t ' S-
ti3 I laartaaa raaaacraak a
ii'i 1 PlmfeMMMd a.aafl wlM, ci .1 . i:.ea .n
fA.a t..l.tia( 1 fm4mm i'a,bta4 aa4 I mr4 .-ta-.
a.i'. ff I; - r.ui.f,rB 1 ilqatrftlwl f trvalar
law. i he next most numane
1 or of execution is bv hang-
il. no o.u ri ir'iirui, in t iiiucn
resorted to in Knssia in modern
times. This method is inferior to
: lie lormrr, Ivecause death is more
lingering and cruel. F.ut still it
na an advance upon the very old
system of crucifixion much prac
ticed by the Romans. Hy this latter
the man who violated the law was
nailed to the wood of the cross aud
hung there often many days, daring
whn-h lime his snfTennga must have
boen rerriWe. - Commercial Adver
tiser. Baeklea'e Irtlit aalva.
Thm Best Salt Ia th world for
Cute, Braiea, Bo ree, Uloera, Seat
Rhe-am, FeTr Borw, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruption, and pcAitlrely' cure piles
or no pa j required. It la ruarantAwd to
fne perfect tAtiaf action, or money re
funded. Price 95 cents per box. For
' tale by R. N. Duffr tn t7
i '. I. r : a : ah ilea- h
i '.r in1 f r - a. . - s -.; : : . j : ; . n
The aanie ).reprtiin lie! is
cities. PriaTa art iar-i.-. r-'u-
Xi'iii- Irii'nte Your Ilti-liauil.
A wile must Uecessaiily learn to
form her husband's happiness, in
what direction 1 he secret lies : she
both, ami found, to! must not cherish his weaknesses by
that the one led bv ! working upon them : she must not
rashly run counter to his preju
dices : her motto must be. never to
irritate. She must s:udy never to
draw largely on the ?mall stock of
patience ui a man's nature, nor to
increase his obstinacy by trying to
drive him: never, never, if pos
sible, to have scenes. I doubt much
if a real quarrel, even made up,
does not loosen the bond betweeu
man and wife, and sometimes,
unless the affection of both be very
sincere, lastingly. If irritation
should occur, a woman must expect
to hear from most men a strength
and vehemence of language far
more than the occasion requires.
Mild, as well as stern men. are
prone to this exaggeration ot lan
guagc ; lei not a woman be tempted
to say anything sarcastic or violent
in return. The bitterest repentance
must Heeds follow if (die does. Men
frequently foi get what they have
said, but seldom w hat is ut tered
by their wives. They arc gi.Uel'ul,
too, for forbearance in .-in'h cases :
for, whilst asserting most loudly
l hat they ai e right, they are often
conscious that they are wrong.;
Give a little tune, as the greatest ,
boon tun can bestow, to the irri-:
tated ft el: n;.t- :' t om husband.
The Slouari'h Still a .Man
Who forgets the anecdote
N ipoleon and the v.liage bells of
Fr:enne ' He was riding late one
day over a battle field, ga.ing,
stern and unmoved, on the dying
and the dead that strewed the
ground by thousands about liim,
when suddenly "those evening
bells" struck up a merry peal.
The emperor paused to listen : his
heart had softened : memory was
busv with the past: he was no
i longer the conqueror of Austerlitz.
but the innocent, happy school boy
at I'rienne: and, dismounting from
his horse he seated himself on the
stump ot an old tree, aud burst into
tars. The rock was smitten, and
living waters came gushing liom it.
!and ready to back up the cause
with their dollars. Why, I will tell
you. The good Americans hope
that when Ireland is restored to
the Irish all the Irish will go home.
For u ui.
The -chestnut," as a slang
phrase, is done with, frost-bitten,
quite, aud au equally meaningless
word has been substituted. It is
"dusty." lo you admire anything
from a stylish toilet to a dainty
dish, you are privileged to say,
"there" is nothing 'dusty' about
that.'' On the whole, when one
j takes tiino to consider, there is
more sense in "dusty" than in most
fashionable fclang. A dustyjobject
suggests one whose freshness is
despoiled. Just how the "chest
nut" was ever significant, no one
has yet clearly defined.
Mr. Isaacstein : "I sells you dot
coat, my frent, for sayventeen tol
lars. You dake him along." Cus
tomer: "I thoaght, Isaacstein,
that you didn't do business on
Saturday. Isn't this your Sunday?"
Mr. Isaacstein (in a low, reverent
tone of voicei : "My frent, to sell
a coat like dot for sayventeeu tol
lais is not peesness, dot vas
Fatal Peep Into Mount Vesuvius.
Some Germans of good family
had toiled the summit of Mount
Vesuvius, and after resting them
selves on that sulphurous bed, they
descended the deep incline to the
mouth of the crater.
The guides having had quite
enough of soft ashes and hard work
in the ascent, sat on the upper
rim of the crater, not feeling in
clined for more exertion. So many
people had gone to peep into this
chimney of the infernal regions,
day after day, without an accident,
that these lazy guides preferred
some sour wine, and a slice or two
of lemon sprinkled over with salt, a
very common comestible amongst
the lower orders of Neapolitans,
and: a little siesta, to looking after
the souls and bodies of those in
trusted to them.
One of the most adventurous of
Germans, finding he could bear the
little sulphur which seemed emitted
from the crater, resolved to pene
trate further; but scarcely had he
placed his foot upou au apparently
solid projection, than the whole
crumbled beneath him, aud he was
precipitated at least one hundred
feet. The interior of the crater, it
seems, was as solt as the exterior,
for the first words li6ard from the
unfortunate man were, that "he
was not hurt." Iu vain he tried to
extricate himself; whatever he
grasped mouldered in his grip. He
could not regain his feet of this
his companions above were in
formed. They seemed to become
more stupefied thaathe unfortunate
victim; for, instead of dispatching
the guide to the Observatory or
the -Hermitage for ropes, or assis
tance of some kind, they stood
listening to their friend below.
In the meantime, the sulphur
began to operate npon the poor
tellow iu the crater, and he felt
himself gradually sinking in
strength and position. With a
wonderful self-command he took
leave of his friends. For two long
hours did he survive, when his
voice got feebler and feebler. Per
haps as he by slow degrees slid
deeper into the crater, hope gradu
ally vanished, until the voice was
entirely lost, and then all was
silent. The lifeless body was many
hours after rescued by a gnide,
who descended two hundred feet
before he found it.
that -has ever been brought to this market, including all the
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods!
Silks! Satins! Velvets! and Velveteens!
AND MY LINE OF
Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks !
well you will have to come and see them, they are
the largest, handsomest and I!FST line in the oity.
bey ond description
Also a handsome
Wraps and Shawls, Flannels, Etc., Etc.
iy DON'T FAIL to see my line of
before purchasing, which is very large, ombt.ii ing all grades from the
cheapest to the best : All wool Three Ply. I .i nss Is, all wocl Ingrains
Napier Matting, Pine lYIatting, Oil Cloths, all wldthi.
Table Oil Cloths, Mat3. Rugs, Etc., Etc.
Such a line of Shoes never w as exhibited in this place before.. ,M.-
Ladies, Misses and Children's of all desci ipt ions in end less variety.
By calling at my store you will find verv
many things that cannot be mentioned here
space would not permit, and besides they are
too numerous to mention.
Two thousand yards .!-4 Cashmere at F'c per yd.
T70 thousand yds. double width Cashmere at l'JJc. per yd. worth lfc.
The prettiest and best Ladies' P.utron Shoes in the xuly for 1 . !.".
Pants Cloth, lUo. up.
Fine imported Halt IIo.se at Uc . woith L'Oc.
Towels, 5c. up.
Turkish Bath Soap, .re.
Good Note Paper, 5c. (pure, liuveh p .w, . .-. pack ig;-.
Hose and Hall Dose, 5c. pair.
Ladies' Collars, 5c.
A big drive in Ladies' Kid Gloves. 1 b :Motn embroidered lm. k for
only 50c, worth $1.00.
Ladies' Jerseys from (0c. up.
Ked and white Flannel from loin up.
Men's Scarlet Woo! Fndeishirla, 5.' e .. h.
Ladies and (o uts' Uhdershirls, "..
To the Wholesale Trade.
I am now-prep u ( d to i ff rkbetter induct lnenls lo Wholt sale F.nyers
than ever bcfoie. My s'i ck is much laigei, more nii d um) comoh te.
1 buy in large qua n I il us luin FIHST HANDS lor SPOT CASH,
which enables me t sell CHE A PKU in (-mall qua nt il ics t han NuN hern
Come and. see me. I can save you Monev.
CP'Ageucy forClark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton.
Allow me to thank you kindly, one aud all, for j onr liberal patronage
in the past, and to ask for a continuance of the sauic, assuring yon lhat
LOW PRICES SHALL ALWAYS LEAD.
I am, very truly yours,
Nrw V. rk
r pueu mo:; :a.
f r most other
I r. Aciif-r a
KDgliah KemtV.T fur i , nieini-ti- n will &1
way reilevp. and may save yuur life for
il" t'T It ll'-fv.dru ;- New Ih-rr.t?
I he waste ol the many poor costs
(he community in the aggregate far
more than the waste of the lew
Irate Editor See here! Pretty
mess you've made in my paper. I
told you to select a good cut to
represent Mrs. Harrison, wife of
the President-elect. Do you call
this a good cut T
Foreman My gracious! I've
made a mistake and used a "before
taking" cut instead of an "after
"What is an orphan T " asked the
teacher of the class in definitions.
Nobody seemed to know.
"Well, I'm an orphan," said the
teacher, seeking an illustration that
would not reveal too much.
At this a hand popped up, aud
the owner of it exclaimed, "An
orphan is a woman that wants to
get marred and can't.''
The best way to take the census
of the children of a neighborhood,
is to engage an organ grinder With
J. H. CRABTEXK. BASIL MANLY.
JOHN H. CKABTREE & CO
Founders and Machinists
Manufacturers and Dealers in
ENBIIES.AO MACHIKISTS' supplies
Builder of Engine Boiler.
Saw Hllla. Edging A Cut-off !Icrilne,
Weare prepared to do CrbIIhk "T all k ndi
Particular and immediate a-.tentlon given
to repal of all kind.
We will b5 elad to give plan nr.il t-sttmatft
for any deecilptlou or machinery.
We are the agent for the sale of t he A met -loan
Saw. Also for O. & A. Kargamlu'a cele
brated Indestructible Mica Valves,
We elve aatlafactorv guarantee for all work
I don bv oa, IvM d2aw wly
Round Knob Hotel.
V. D. trilAGl'E, Prcp't.
ROUND KNOB. N. C.
.'Most lMcturcMiue Scenery
W fitern .North Carolina
I'PINTS OK INJKKKHT NB.AK HY:
Old Fort, Ulatant I, Mil. a.
St. H.tihHtiI Mountain I
I'ftllAwna l-'ullH "
Mud I'm -
Pinnacle 111 Dluo Kldj,o. ... ,
Toe Klve', fine trout nalilnn " H
Hildes' Iron Hprlng i
Kelly h Iron ypringn .
Mitchell ' l eak, in (Iravn of Piof. ,M imll
the hlKheai point east or l lm Hock y
Mountain, nine in lloa.
Pure cool dry atmosphere; no frs light
dews. Trains atop at the door. apl7
Open all the year,
by month or week.
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