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Swept into tlie Stream.
Ono Thonsanil Acres of Land and
"Eiffht Smart of Bears."
On the deck of a big Mississippi iteainboat
slood an aged Southern planter. Indicating by a
sweep of bli arm tho waiera the boat waa pasalng
over, ha said to a pansungor from the North:
"Whtn I waa twelvo ycara old I killed my first
bear on a new plantation my father was then cut
, tint out of a foret that grow directly over tho
watera of this bend. That waa a mighty good
plantation, and there waa right smart of bears
. there, too. But that oae thou.and arroa 1 f land
. went Into the Mississippi years ago."
It -ts putting no strain upon the figure to my
u gam loruns or yonthlul hope, worn 'My
. beauty and manly slreimtli 1.11,.
way every year into tli ureal, turhld torrent of
disease aud death. Yet It shouid not be ao. That
It Uao la a disgrace as well as a loss. People
arelargoly too careless or too stupid to delend
, their ow u Interests the mo.t precious of which
! health. That gone, ah Is gone. Disuses Is
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; edmplest things might as well bs oo'iiples as a
proposition in Conic Section.. As the huce
. Westera rivers, which so often flood ths cities
. atons their shoies.Arlss In a few motitjlatn springs
o an oar aiinimuB can oa iracea ui impure Dlood
ao a ssaail group i aisorunren organs.
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TIIOMA.S A. HENDRICKS,
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FOR CONGRESSMAN. 80th Dlst.
P. E. ALBRIGHT,
of Murphy aboro.
tryAnd the balance of the Democratic ttckpt
We are nuthorlzod to annonnre Mr. Anini.
Lnek Is an Independimt candidate for Slate's At
torneyof Alexander County, In tho approaching
We are authorized to announce William TJ. Tint.
er a. the Republican candidate for electinn to tho
olllcenj State's Attorney of Alexander County.
Wo are authorized to annnnnpx Mr AlsY.niW
II. Irvin as a'l Induoeiident r.Ktiiliilni V. tp re.
election to tho oftioe of Circuit Clerk, In the
cemtng electlun lu November.
We are authorized to annonnra 1hn mmnnf
Richard Kitzguruld as a candidate for re electlsn
to the office ofCorouer at the ensuing November
Mit. mtoUNirs iii:iki:ss.
"If you moan to go for urt, old fel
low, you aunt innko tin your niiml to
trnvul by a veritable Via Dorosa before
you attain suecos?, especially if you
havoto.livo by it," said uiv fricuiL
Ted Odiru. "I liavo beu tlifotixli tho
wbolo business, and ktiow all about it."
I have since proved Ids words to be
true, ulthough I havo less cause to com
plain than niany of my comrades of
the brusb, for a lucky accident pro
vided my wifo and myself with tho
means of living till I got a fair start,
lint I passed through some grievous
experiences beforo that happeued.
When 1 had begun to make a little
progress, nnd had saved enough money
to enable me to do so, 1 determined to
give myself several woeks slay in tho
country, where I hoped to recruit my
health at the sauio time that I pursued
I meant to livo as cheaply as possi
ble, nnd work hard all tho time; yet it
was with a host of pleasant anticipa
tions that I jumped into a third-class
carriage at Liverpool street, and after
a threo-hours' journey arrivod at tho
quiet littlo country station of W .
Aftor having ascertained from one of
tho porters that there wore good lodg
ings to bo had at tho village inn,-1
walkod up tho platform toward tho
place of exit. As I passed tho lirst
class carriages my attention was ar
rested by ono of tho windows being
lot down iu a violent hurry.
"Eh, portor! Whore are they all?"
exclaiuiod an irritablo voico belonging
to a stout elderly gentleman, who was
struggling', with swollen, gouty lingers,
to turn tho still' handle of tho door.
With some dilllculty I managed to
open it for him, just as tho station-master
had given tho signal for tho train to
Tho portor, catching sight of mo
opening tho door as tho train was mov
ing, shouted to mo to "stand back!"
and run up to onforco his command;
but tho irato passenger forcod opon tho
door, which tho ofllclal had nearly re
shut, and Jumped out, falling as ho did
bo with ono foot botweon tho platform
and tho train.
Catching him as ho fell, while tho
porter nt tho sauio moment signaled
tor tho train to stop, I was fortunate
enough to cxtricato tho old gentleman
from his perilous position.
"It's Mr. Browne! I hope you're not
hurt, sir!" exclaimed the station-mas-tor,
"Hurt!" ho replied, stuttering with
rage, "I'll I'll report every man-jack
of you. If it had not been for this
"He knows 'twam't my fault," said
tho porter, sulkily; "you would got
out o' that train nrtor sho'd started."
"In that caso," bogan tho station
master, very deferentially, "if Jones is
"Correct! Tho rascal I I"
"Tho man is right enough so far," I
Interrupted, "but thoro was no ono
near to opon the carriago tloor, and at
tho last moment, after sumo dilllculty,
I opened. It myself."
"Gross neglect ugh!" with a growl
of piiin; "and as suro as I'm a director
"1 am afraid you aro sevoroly hurt,"
1 Interrupted; "lot mo assist you to the
"No, no; straight homo at once; my
carriago is waiting," ho rcpliod, tak
ing my arm; and, answering only by a
fierce growl tho sulky apologies of tho
portor, ho llmpod painfully to his car
rlngo. Just as I liail helped him In,
Iho station-master hurrlod up and cx-
jl trust you aro not seriously hurt.
"Hun!" lie growled, with ronowod
Indignation. -I think I hnvo only bro
ken my leg. But that's nothing noth.
ng of any conKonuoneel"
"You see, Mr. Browno, it's uot your
UHual train, sir," rcpliod tliu crestfallen
olUulul. "Will you let mo send tho
doctor onP" ho asked.
"No!" roared tho old gentleman.
1 ...nk lbnt WoulJ bo tho safest
Plan. Ijjuggestod, "for though I think
It can bo nothing more serious than a
"Good praeloiu. sul What cau you
anow aiioiii 11 r 1 toil you 1 10 in
agony. Well, lo tho statlon-mastcn1,
who stood awaiting his instruction!,
"why d'yo stand gaping thoroP" Then
to mo, as I turned to go, "get in. can't
youP Getiu!" .
"Thank you, but I must find my way
to tho inn," I rcpliod rather stiffly,
lor x uiu not relish the tone ot the ro
"uotnor it alii Can't you soo that
I m mad with painP" hoaskodirrltablv.
"Is It like that I am going to lot voti
go to a wrotched country public houso
it's nothing bettor after savino- mv
seeing that the kind-hearted but
choleric old gontleman was really dis-
1 a 1 r si.
trussuu nt my reiusai, 1 yiomod to his
wish, ana after an hour s drive, found
myself established as an honored
guost in his luxurious homo. Ho in
sisted that I should take up my quar
ters there during my stay at W .
Every obslaclo that I raised was sur-
mounted by him with such persever
ance that, in splto of myself, I was
forced to yield to his desire.
It was certainly pleasant at Dnlo-
hurst. All that wealth could procure
was to be found there, for its owner
was rich, and allowed Genevieve, his
daughter, carte blanche in tho exerciso
of her cultivated and relinod tastes.
His daughter ah! how can I describe
herP Beautiful, intolligont, gracious,
and an enthusiast about art, was it
wonderful that I lost my heart before I
knew itP When I did discover it but
I must spoak of tho happy days that
preceded tho shock of that discovery.
As I had sunnosed. Mr. Rrnwnn'a in.
jury proved to bo nothing moro dan
gerous man a scverespraln; but it kopt
nim prisoner for several days, aud as I
was always out and at work till dinucr
time, ho grew to look forward to my
presence in tho evening in quito a ri
Ho was very much interested in my
picture?, although ho knew nothing
about art but ho thought ho did: and
his daughter's sympathetic apprecia
tion atonod for his incomprehensible
criticisms, and wns dangerously de-
ightful to me.
Of courso I was mad, foolish, culna-
blo, not to understand that it was some
thing moro than intellectual sympathy
which made our intercourse such a
happiness to us both; but I suppose I
was fooling too intensoly to analyzo
nnd deti no my feelings.
1 tliink, too, that as he knew mv po
sition, Mr. Browne acted in a most
thoughtless way, for ho insisted that
Genevieve should tako lessons of mo;
and what could he expect when two
young people, with so many sympa
thies and tastes in common, were so
constantly thrown together? . I can
conscientiously declare tliat,hud I real
ized my danger, I should havo fled
long before I did, for I believed at
that time that Genevieve was her fath
er's heiress, whilo I was a poor, sVrug
Wuen ono morning my host an
nounced that he expected his nophew,
Reginald Vane, and sonio friends down
lor snooting, 1 lelt a vague presenti
ment that something unpleasant was
in store for me, and insisted on taking
up my quarters at tho inn, for I know
that with a housetil of young people
whoso solo idea was amusement, while
mino was work, I should be out of
place, and at a disadvantage. Gene
vieve, however, would not hear to giv
ing up her lessons, and whenever they
took place it was invariably insisted
upon that 1 shoulsi remain to diuo at
The moment I saw Reginald Vane I
conceived an intenso aversion to him,
ainl he no pains to hide the fact that
tho feoliug was mutual.
The lirst evening I spent in his so
ciety ho treated 1110 with a supercil
ious nfi'octation of superiority that
made my blood boil. Tho fact "that he
was in lovo with his cousin, and madly
jealous of overy man that found tho
slightest favor in her eyes, restrained
mo from openy resenting his many
impertinences; but there is a limit to
forboarance, ur.il when ono evening,
after 1 had been singing with Gene
view, he made some insulting allusion
to fortune-hunters, pointing his remark
with a look at mo that no one could
mistake, wo eamo to an open quarrol.
The noxt morning, I sought an inter
view with Mr. Browne to bid him fare
well. "Tut, tut, man!" ho answered cold
ly. "So that jealous idiot has been
showing his airs to you, oh? He spoko
to mo last night, but I told him I know
you and could trust you."
But I knew that I could not trust
mysolf; so, begging him to mako my
excuses and adiouxto Gonevieve, I de
parted, with tho intention of sceino
her no moro. 0
Tho old gentleman must havo boo-un
to suspect tho truth during this inter
view, for despite my own agitation, 1
noticed how worried and anxious ho
I was at that time at work on a land
scape, which would keep me, as I reck
oned, about a week longer In tho
neighborhood, but for tho next day or
two my picture mado littlo or no pro
gress; work soemed an impossibility.
Then a fevorish energy seized iue;"l
was presumptuous enough to believe
that Gencvievo returned my love- a
thousand significant trilleg helped mo
to this conclusion. With such nn in
contivo to spur mo on, I told mysolf
that I must quickly win tho wealth and
position which would givo mo a right
to speak. With a rapidity which sur
prised oven myself 1 Yinishod my pic
ture, and began another pair with it
Day aftor day I workod, exposed to
the sun. nnd scarcely stopping whilo
tho light lasted, even to tako necessary
About three o'clock ono afternoon I
had ilnishod, and started to return to
the inn. I was feeling trlumphanUy
excited; heart nnd brain woro full of
Gonovlyvo. u 1 com onIy ,
once more! I thought, ns 1 pounded
through tho wood with down-bont hoad
A. if in answer to my longing, on
looking up suddenly I sUW her. Sho
was at somo little distance from mo
nnd as with eagor stops I hurried fori
ward, I perceived that sho was not
iilono. I slopped, dizzy and con
foiiiided, for her companion was my
rival, Vano. Hor hands lay passively
within his grusp; sho seemed to be lis
toulng willingly to his eager words;
but not Suddenly the downcast eyes
, - ,
were ralsod sho spoke vehemently
sue Ktrtiggiea 10 reioaue ucrselL 1
rushed madly forward.
"It Is a falsehood!" I hoard her ex
claim, "and you are n coward I"
Then her face wus turnod toward mo
In surprise, delighted recognition, fear,
trouble, and tho next moment hor per
secutor had measured his longth on tho
ground, whilo I reeled and fell, for a
great Uai Kness swam before mo; thou
an was oiaiiK.
A world peopled with many faces, in
turn straugo, laminar, compassionate.
cruel, merry; events following ono an
other with inconcoivablo rapidity
some joyful, some tho reverse; a con
fused, agonized struggle aftor compro-
a gradual relinquishment of tho ellorL
and at last t know mv mother's sweet
worn face ns it bent anxiously overiue.
At lirst her face was all that I rooor
nizod, and, Hoothod by tho conscious
ness of her presence, 1 slept. Grad
ually recollection roturnod; then fol
lowed tho toulum of a long and weaty
convalescence, during which I learnt
that they had sent every day from Dalo-
hurst to inquire about me, and had
also sent fruit nnd flowers continually
till I was out of danger, and that they
had now gone abroad.
"I beg pardon," I exclaimed, absent
ly, for 1 had como into sudden and vio
lent collision with 4a lady who, like
myself, was turning tho corner of a
street in Hammersmith. There was a
denso fog, and she was closely veiled,
so it is not wonderful that I did uot nt
lirst rceognizo her. "Miss Browno! Is
it possible, and alone? I havo grown
independent, you see," iu slightly
tremulous tones. "You must let mo
put you into a cab. Where aro you
goingP" I askod, tooling like ono who
"Home no, no, please!" as I took
umbrella and music-roll from her hand.
"Indeed, 1 cannot let you!" but tbo
words were weak and faltering, and I
ventured to disobey.
Drawing her hand through my arm.
I walked by her side in silence, fori
could hear by her quick, irregular
breathing, that sho was struggling with
somo painful emotion.
"What must you think of us?" she
exclaimed at last "our silence? It was
my fault. Aro you quito strong again?"
By degrees I drew from her that they
were quite poor now, and that sho was
giving daily music lessons in order to
support hersolt and her father, who was
weak and ill, and terribly . altered.
Uaite poor indeed thov were, and liv
ing in apartments, to which, by her
tasteful arrangement of the relics that
remained to them of their prosperous
lays, Oenevievo had nevertheless man
aged to impart an air of rcllnoment
and eleganco. It was only just in time
that I had found them, for poor old
Mr. Browne was, as any one could see,
quito broken up, and seemed to depond
entirely upon his daughter.
bhc told mo that when I had como
upon them in tho wood her cousin had
ust been refused by. hor, upon which
ho had taxed her with entertaining an
affection lor a penniless fortune-hunter,
who had been kicked out of Dalehurst
as soon as her father had becomoawaro
of his presumptuous designs. Then
followed hor indignant words, and mv
interference and sudden faint As a
whole party had been picn icing there,
help was not far off, and Mr. Browne
would have had mo carried to Dalo
hurst had it not been for his nephow's
A few days afterward her father had
spoken to her, aud begged her lo ro
coivo Vane's attentions favorably.
Gradually it came out that ho had been
speculating ami was ruined, if she did
not help him to retrieve his position by
this murriage; but this ho did not tell
hor till they had all quitted Dalehurst
for tho continent, aud sho had ngain
refused her cousin. From her mother
she had inherited a small sum which
brought her lifty pounds a year. Upon
this pittance, aud what she could mako
by teaching, my bravo girl had strug
gled to maintain herself and her father
I had not boon mistaken with regard
to Genovievo's sontimonts, for I won
from her the confession that sho had
loved mo from tho lirst. So now that
Ihere was no money to come between
us, I askod and obtained her father's
consent to our uuion. Wo were mar
ried very quiotly, but for the sake of
economy, and also on account of her
father's declining health.
Among tho relics of his former
grandeur, Mr. Browne, had retained a
picture, which, in spite of ovorybody,
lie had persisted in believing to bo of
groat value. This ho presented with
much satisfaction to his daughter on
the"occasion of her marriage. Ho was
getting quito childish now, uud she
uursodond humored him with unfail
ing sweetuoss aud devotion.
One morning on coming down into
tho kitchen, 1 found her busily engaged
in cleaning her father's picture. "
"What aro you doing?" I asked.
"I am trying to mako this 'old and
valnablo picture' look a littlo more de
cent," sho replied, laughing gafly,
"Poor papa has taken it into his head
that 1 do not valuo it, so I am going to
givo it the place of honor in the dining
rooro." Of courso I grumbled, for it was
really an awful production, and equal
ly of courso, my darling coaxod mo in
"Look here, dour!" sho cxclalmod
vory suddenly. "How oddly this palct
has peeled oil' bore in tho corner! It
looks as if there woro another picture
1 htfkod carelessly nt lirst, then cur
iously. "So it doos," I replied, and takiug
tho cloth from her hand-, I carefully
continued tho process till about tour
square lnclios had boon eloanod oil', re
vealing part of a limb.
"My word!" I oxclalmod, and Gono
viovo must havo thought mo mad, for
catching up tho picture, 1 hurried away
with it to my studio, paekod it up, tore
out of the house, took a cab, and in
half an hour's tlrno was oxoltodly
watching tho operations of tho restorer
lo wborn I had taken it.
To mako a long story short, it turnod
out to bo a Corrogglo which somo Goth
had covered with his own infamous
daub. It was sent to Christie & Man
ou's and sold for 2,600 pounds.
Mr. Browne's triumph may bo easily
linaglnod, but ho would not allow- that
the money belonged to him. "It was
his doar girl's dowry," he Bald.
"So you see you havo married an
heiress, after all, you mean fortune
hunter!" said Genevieve, with glad
tears in hor eyes.
"Yes, nnd thorofore I shall paint no
more 'pot hollers,' "1 exclaimed. I
kept lo this roBolvo, nnd next year I
had a picture in tho academy. t'as
A Good Ktoi y of Washington Irving.
"Speaking of his liking to look at
workmen," snys an old friend of Wash
ington Irving, "reminds mo of another
good story which ho used to toll with
groat enjoymont no ono can toll his
stories ns ho used lo. One day when
ho was building tho extension to Sun
nysido, as lie strollod about watching
tho carpenters, ho happened to pick up
an npplo that had boon blown from a
tree. Tho next moment ho felt his
arm tugged, nnd turning saw a ragged
littlo urchin ono of half a dozen who
had come to pick up the chips left by
tho workmen looking up into his
" 'Say, mister,' says tho little chap,
'just you come with mo and I'll show
you where to get some good apples;
but mind you don't let the old man
know,' moaning Mr. Irving himself.
'Well,' Mr. Irving tisod to say 'toll
iug the story, 'the littlo scamp brought
me to tbo very best tree in my orchard
and thoro wo filled our pockota to
gether and ate our lill of my very best
apples. Wo got on vory well together,
and 1 believe it's tho only case I ever
heard of where a man participated in
tho robbery of his own orchard.' "
A POSITIVE CURE.
For Evi-ry Form of Skin and BInod
Disease, from Timplos to Scrofula.
I havdbad Psnrlaxls fur nine month. Almnt
five months ago I applied to do. tor near llostou,
who helped me, hut unfortunately I had to leave,
hut continued taking bis medicine for neirly
three months but the disease did rot Why.. I
saw Sir. Carpenter's letter In the Philadelphia
Record, and his case perfectly described mine. I
tried the Cutlcnra Reit.c-dies. ,uslng two bottles
ReHolvent. and Cutirura and Cuilcura Soap In
proportion, and call mjselfe mpletely ,-nrea.
...,... L r. UAlt AuO.
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
Cured. Sot ft Sign of its Ilrnppearanec.
Your Cutlcnra ha doui a wonderful cure fnr
me more than two yi-ars sco. Not a a on .f It. r.
appearaice since. It enreo m- of a verr bad
r.iv.em wnicn nao irounea lue ror more than
twenty years. I s-hill alwavs sueak well uf rti.
cura. I sell a greai deal oflt.
n 1.1.1 v RANK C. SWAN. Drrpglst.
BEST FOR ANYTHING.
(Tavvincr naoft wnn rnllna Tom rnm ...... v.
" ' it unit tiincu n, j B'lJ
anxious to get It to sell It on commission. I can
lecommend It beyond any remedies I have ever
used fur Tetter. Bonis. Cuts, etc. in fict, It la the
best medio no I have ever tried for anything
month a rnr TVtiMs rA An.llw A t. 1
, It, D. 1IUKTUN.
I had a dor.cn had sores noon mv hnriv. 1ml trt. d
aU remedies I rould hear of, and at last tried your
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