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The iarboro Southerner.
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rllUtHkD ltlt ItlUMT OMIf T
Tne Swtaeawtals oae of th eldest aad
larrest IowhIi ia North Caroliaa, aad
..... ,rtfa laititotioas of ta Coaatry aad
i( y I jt lit ; ... -i? i
A Medium for'SoalnaaaCoraAtaileatiom
iw. .mi ot EJcowb Goaty,1taeedac-
tor will tnv Id direet it la taw UtATt Of
the State OoWMryat laag, aad Im 'will
ar ao pun t tWttlMUflWWWW
of the ectisa froea wkice. it asaaree.
y-ar ) Tvt DeiVsrs for Six Moenhs.and murt
la all eaaea kw aai by mail, at the risk ofthe
l-blisser. - ' ' ' "
DR. L. T. FUQUA,
OSes, Opposite the Court House, Tarboro
Having discontinued my visits to Waldon
t rttall eonftae myself to thia place, where I
aaay be foaad prepared to render psofes
aienal aerrioea im all iu branches.
OAee hoars, f e.ta. to 1 p.m., and 2 to S
'clack p.x. Jan. 4-tf.
cky Mount, N.C.
Saml. T. Williams
Battleboro, JS C.
AUorSeys at Law,
Rocky Mount, Battleboro and
Office at Rocky Mount open at alt tiroee,
at Batthsboro on Fridays aad Saturdays,
mad at Nashville on Mondays.
Business letters ahoald be addressed to
the flrnt at Rocky Mount.
CIRCUIT: Nash, Edgecombe, Halifax
iCClaimi collected In any part of
lCfPreclice in the Supreme and Fed
rl Courts. Jan. 4, 1872.
. V. BTCLUK.
CLARK & MULLEN,
Attorneys at Law,
HALIFAX, N. C.
Practfcein all the Cotfrtu of Hall :ax, North
ampton. Edgecombe and Martin Counties. In
ths Sapreme Court of North Carolina, and in
th Federal Courts. Collections made iu any
p trt of North Crolina.
V. B One of the Firm will attend at Office
la Shetland Keek on Sa'urJay of every week.
march 7-1 year.
Attorney at Law,
JllDS 13-tf. N. C.
II. L. ST A TON", Jr.,
CaaascWor at luaw,
TARBORO. N. C.
tr. Nearly opiosito tlie Howard Hotel.
The cnlv Unliable Gift DintribuUon
IIV VALUABLE GIFTS!
To be distributed in
L. H. SIDE'S
To be drawn Monday, March 24th, 1873.
One Grand Capital Prize, $10 000
Ons Prize $5,000 in Silrer
FIVE FRIZES, $1.0002
FIVU FlilZKS $500
TEN FRIZES $100
Two Family Carriages and Matched Horses
with Sitrer-moupted HarneM, worth $1,500.
Two B ggiem, Huraes, Ac, worth tfiOO each.
Two Fine-toned ltoaewoovl Piano, worth $500
10 Faniilv Sewing Machines, worth $100 each
1500 Gold and Silver Lver Hunting Watches
(in all), worth from tiO to $300 each.
r,iii Chkina Silver-ware. ewelry. Ac. Ac.
Whole K amber of Gilts, '0,000. Tickets
Limited to 60,009:
Aeents wanted to Sell Tickets to whom
Tjbral Premiums will be raid.
Single Ticket a; s, TickeU 910; Twelv
Tickets $30; Twenty-nv Tkckeu 4U,
CircnUrs containing a full hot of prizes, a de
scription of the manner of drawing, and other
wiil be sent to any one ordering them. All
letters mnst be addressed to
wajnb oFKice. L. SlfE, tax SC.
101 W. Fifth Street. CINCINNATI , O
J. M. SPRAGIN'S,
CI6ARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, Ac,
TOYS AND FANCY
Fab. 9 13 nt. ARBORO.
TKBllEIals at BBO.
HAVE OPENED ON MAIN ST, NEAR THE BRIOGE
A Family Grocery Store
where they will always be rflad to farniah their
friends and the public with such Groceries as
lory mar utmifl.
L. C. TEllliELL. O. T. TERRELL,
H0!ifJlHEKT8, HEAD-8T0JJE8, Ac.
Of Marble, Granite, Brown-Stone and
ocoicn u ran lie. Also
Iforbltt Ifautlea Furniture.
And Plumbers' Slabs Furnished to order,
E. B. PRICE, No. 3 Mechanic St. ;
UKKEM WILLIAMS, Agent
Anrili ly. k Tarboro. K.C.
KlDEt IIGGS A CO.
EASXB BIOOS. AJ
(hnersl CooaiUsioi Eerdiaati ,
SPECIAL AND FAITHFUL AT
tention to sales of Cotton and all other
kinds of Produce, aad prompt rot urns made.
Our long experience in basineis gires ns
superior advantages in making sales at the
highest market prices,
aa-Cotton Forwarded UtiTarpoot tree of
liberal ad Tan ess made mm produce hi band.
TAYLOR HARTHf A CO
BAR IRON AND STEEL,
' BELTING AND PACKINQ,
House Furnishing Goods, c.
Circular Front, corner of Main atrcet and
: . iKorfolk. Va.
Nails st Factory prices. Trace Cliains
Weed, liniin-g and Grub Hoes, Horse Col
lars aud Ilames, Azes, Paws, ie., &cl
The trad supplied at Northern Prices
DANCTi" RTMAJI & CO.,
No. 142 Pearl street,
GEXXSAL COMMIESIOir lTEECHANTS.
Jjo. 47 Winic WiU Stuekt,
(Rear of Custom Hoose,).
September 2Cth 13j7. TJ-ly
Nos, 24 and 26 Ui-ioa Street,
AXL'FAOTUKKtt AND DEAL-
er in CARKIAGES, BUGGIES, SUL
KIES, HARNESS, RADDIJlS, c-.-hLA.ua,
Qames, Whips. Horse Clothing, Ac.
Farm Wagons, Carts, Cart Wheel and Axles,
earltefemto C. C. Lanier, Tarboro, N. C."a
Jnly IS. ' 81-ly
GREAT ATTRACTION !
Watclics, Jewelry, Silver
J. M. Freeman & Son
ai jt reKllhd Star af
. 29. Corner Main and Talbot Sis
The Subscriber respectfully calls tlic
atteotion ot'the purchasioji community
and visitors generally, to nis stoci oi
Goods, conpiftmfr of
Fine Gold Hunting Case Levers, of F.nropean
and Amercan make, lor lieiiuemen & i,auiea.
Hunting Silver Levers, of American aud Swiss
Gold Leontine and Chatelaine Chains and Tins
Gent's Gold Vegt Chains, Gold lnuga.
Carbuncle, Garnet, Ruby Perl, and ail Gold
Ear Rings and Itius m sens.
Diamond liings Gent's Seal Ringa, an einuis-
ite assortment IB Jiarai rmwuws,
suitable for Engagement and Wedding lUngs.
Garnet Ruby and Feafl Rings Ladies uoia
Pins in every variety.
Gold Sleeve and Uosoni Bnttons of every style.
Ice Pitchers, Castors, and a general assorf-
mentorFINiS riiAltu "Anii.
With a general assortment of Goods usually
kept in a Jewrlry Store, all or which are oncrea
for balk at as low rsibu "i""'" "
CITY. . , nm
aVFINE WATUHJiS, tJljUtjnJO anu iiTt
ELItt carefully repaired and warranted
J. M. FREEMAN A SONS,
At Cor. Main A Talbot Sts., Norfolk, Va.
Jnlyl4, W70. - i 38-tf
TL. -S A.lLUSlBUIB'Sr,
The Finest and
F TJ B N
Of New and Original Designs, and of the most Superb
SfxrlA nnrl Finish. Also a choice assortment of Tables.
w-aTT 1 1 9 . TA.a U' a MAi-T AKAAVifla
YYararODeS, UreSSlIlK VyCS. Xiiauctco, omcuuaiuoj
Library and Book Cases,
art a rkii riu -rvr44:wawa
IvarUeiS. lll-VlUllia, lUttlUUUi
Window - Shades
Give me a eall before purchasing elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented
rV-Office & Salesroom new Nos.
TIT T3" ID E3 IrL
promptly attended to in all its branches. The only agent in the ity for
TTisk's TVTetalic Burial Cases.
M.hofca.y and other' Coffins furnished at the shortest notice, a. also.
t with the baH Usarse iu the eity. aud tho Patent Right Corpse
ver ra tbe eity aai snrreiadiag eonarry.
SOUTHEBN - MAW OF' SOUTHERN PRINClPLESk--JeffeP8on Datis
' KORFOIA a 1 c tf BaVJLTraOltE. TARDORO.
I ' ' m ii I win I I I
B0FFLIIC& 0n "
Gents' Furnishing Goods, 4c.
ITo. S3 2ai2Cfit.H?orfclk, V.
March i, 187L, J IS-tf
: CF. CHEENWOO0 ICB29.,
DIALIE8 IH - "
Diamonds, fine W&tclm, Jewelry
Silver- WaxeClocks, y.
sVSpecial attention f ivea to the repairs
ing otWMcliea, Clocks aad Jewelry. Fine
ICPHair Jewelry de to order
B. D. Brickhouse,
CARTS, TRICKS, DRAYS, &4,
No. 150 "WATER STREET,
jny r ly Norfolk, Va.
T A Hakdt, Jk EM Hakm
IIARDY & BROTHERS,
Geoeral Cemnissien Mercfcaats,
93 Smith's Wharf,
wm. c. HARDY
T. A. HAItDT
Thomas A. Hardy & Sons,
General Commission and
AND DEALERS IS
PERUVIAN GUANO IND OTHER
naria wharf. Norfolk, Va
O. ELLIOT. JSO. TEBSCLLIOW. JKO.T.
Elliott & White,
WBOLE8ALB DEAI.KBS IB
If. 20 Reaneke Sasare,
Agents for J. Eumgsrdners Old fTirginia
ny Whiskey. ;ary a-iy
Corner Main and Cranby Streets,
A. T. BRUCE & CO.,
166 Pearl Street.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON
i Consignmens. Shipments covered by
Inauranee when placed on Cars or Vessel
June 10. 28'
- ' and Chamber
Hat Trees and Wnat-JNots.
Also a uompicw .mo wi
and Wall rAPER,
207 & SOt MAIN ST., old Nos. 58 t CO
AR60R0r; EDGEC0MBB-C(IIN1T, NORTH CAROLINA,
A i- Av.
At $3 60, 13, 4 50, $5, 16,8, , ,
- to 120. .
TrTTT3T car nmrn I
' r A V W Hit w W.I
i Ss r u'lin aM.aiK Aon atoc MA J. .
" w' alnliS, 'a7s 7 ' wl
BREECH LOALV0G DOUBLE VS3f
At 40, $45, 90, $60, 75, 90. 110, $120,
. .- o to 300..'
SmiUi k Wwarm's, Colt's, Allem,Shrp'a,
' Whitney and otber kmda,
A$i Maoafactnrers' l'rioesj
AMMUNITION AND IMPLEMENTS
For Breech-loading Ouna, at a ataall ad
vance on Cost of Importation.
forEBiflea & PiatoU at lowest market prices.
A complete assortment of all Sporting
Goods; Price and description aent on appli
cation. Goods shipped by Express C. O. D.
P0ULTNEY, TRIMBLE, k CO.,
'Mrh ' 1 ' J
ROBT. 1. HAFT'. . ROBT. B- H1IX'
ROBT. A. MARTIN k CO.,
COMMISSION MER CtlANTS,
No. 2 Iron Front, """"
tention given to the sale of Cotton. To
bacco, Wheat, Corn, Ac
s.urdere nuea lor uooos at reasonable
prices for Cash or ahort time to responsible,
pnnctnai enstomers. jmy la-iy -
T. U. GRIFFIN, Becky Mount, Art.
B. !. BtCrLWAIKB,
S. S. BBtDOKKS,
McILWAINE & CO.
m. Vaasraonrsr, Yft.
LIBERAL CASH ADTANESC MADB ON
all consignments of Cotton, oct 13-tf
Chas. M. Walsh,
OF IVIBT DISCRIPTIOIC ;
UilTLES. WME Ml. 11
jany21y PETERSBURG, Ta
WE ASK THE TRIAL OF A I
small qaantlty ef this Fertiliser on
COTTON OR C0R!ff
I by the side of any manure which can be
nfnrrAn m. -rm m V. i .
BianKjr a, sttAfiVa, retersonr'-j-
W. T. HARRISON & CO., Nortolk,!
WILLIAMSON, UPCHURCH A Co.,
TODD, SCHENCK & COn P. A.
DUNN & CO., W. WHITELOCK A CO.,
Baltmore. j 33m.
New Jewelry Store.
I miTR si tRsriRntT.Tt h a pkr.
j. manently located m Tarboro, and will
I hnsiinMsi . fia sTnBv&ntaMa trfWi avn) a.flRfivit j
nui xeep constantly on nana a nne aeieo.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Solid Silver
and Hated Ware, Spectacles, dec. f
At wices low as
can be famished anywhere,
a ruaranteed aa reprecaated
I and every article ruaranteed aa reprecaa1
upon a forfeiture of double the pric paid for it
See SigB of the Big Watck.
Next door to the old Gregory Hotel op-
poaits K. a. Aisop-s Store,
JAMES H. BELL.
Ca Ug wj Cajt Wm.i gg. H
H. D. TeeL
J. B. oef
f attrT af
Tsaraere-. F. P.
NOW IS THE TIME!
H. , !DA "I" HSTilTi
3tt" opanod bis larje .tock of Na
mbracinc eTerythiDg from ' NEEDLE
. .... . ....
to a CROWBAK. Thia,af canrse, Indndw.
-Ladies Dress Goods,
Boots and Shoes.
A Large Selection of
In fact, everything yon want. Call Im
mediately and examine for yourselves.
The Old Established
JACOB WEBER, Proprietor.
.cont5T still further
"So'i'eopie-of Tarboro and vicinity may
always Ooajfldeatly expect to find here every
"1" aiiraetions, with
PURE FRESH CAKES.
THE VEBY BEST
i PLAIN AND FRENCH CANDIES.
t a Tftried Msortment of
Daily received. In fact everything kept in a
First Class Honse of the kind will be fount
here. Special attention will be given the
ArvrW ef Pn!t'nto Wrtvn'To
v. ,w , WW,, m uivwivv
which w&l be baked on the shortest notice.
ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND
BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Thanks are returned the pnbllo for
patronage, and promise given of
promptness and reliability.
49-tf Opposite Old Gregory Hote
D. W. HURTT
U 1KBXT DOOR TO
PENDER; GATLIN & CO.
TARBORO, tf. C.
ONIT TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS
This is a ShutUe Machine, has the Under
Feed, and makes the "Lock Stitch, alike
VT :. rvi- k
only low-priced "Lock Stitch" Maclane inathe
It H BMQUUU lUBllflBD
This machine received the Diploma at the
.v-i m iL - A t T 1V raw
Charlotte, N C, in 1871 and 1873.
faux oi sua h v -m
The above Machine u warranted ror 9 years,
s arirniTG ron kothivg!
Any person making np a clnb for 5 machines
ottheGospeL Send stamp for circulars
samples of sewing. Addresr
R?. C. B. BEBnHEIBlt .
dasf-ly Btssrai jLar, OOKOOBD,
2 - F?t. 2
MARCH 6, 1873.
The Tarboro Southerner.
I h Greensboro Afar North Stat
says: "lion. Bobt. P. Dick, of tha
United State District Court for the
Western District of North Carolina
has delivered opiaioa. ia the matter
of IS. A. VogUtt andlA. F. Ffohl, baok.
rupta, in which ha holds thai the
Homestead and Personal cropert
Exemptions provided for in Aot X elf
the uooautatton of 2orth Carolina,
ro good M against preexisting as wall
aa atibseqatatij conUtcted detU tod
mnst be allowed , in the courts of
bankruptcy in this district, by yirtue
ot the provuions of the Act of Congress
oi wone Ota laiz, amending the Jiank
rapt Law. .
iuc ueciaion in tne case oi 11111 vs
Kessler by the Supreme Court of
No th Carolina, is considered and
Homesteads already allotted where
there ia no fraud, are to be reeoenized
and allowed in bankruptcy. Where
they have not been set apart previous
to the commencement of procedings
in bankruptcy, the allowment will
be made by the assignee under the
d red iocs of the Court.
Where the land and personal prop
erty nave oeeo sola and tne land is
undistributed, $ 1, 000 in money oat of
the proceeds arising from the sale of
land will be allowed in lieu of the
i . . ...
Domesceaa, ana tne value or the re
versionary interest to creditors will
be ascertained and adjusted by the
Court. The $500 in money arising
from the sale of the personal property
will be allowed as personal property
J udite Dick tn this decision has ful
ly considered and discussed the policy
of bankrupt aud homestead laws."
A Short Sormon.
There's nine men a staodin' at the
dore an' they all aed they'd take sugar
tner n. Men, tnend and bretber-
iog, was tne talk in a wurdly cens,
woost common in this our ainshant
land ; but the dais is gone by, and the
sans run dry, and no man can say to
his nabur, boo art thou, man, and will
jou take enoy mare shugar in yon
kaugbeyr But the wurds of our tex
has a difrunt and a more pertickelur
roeenin than this. Thar they Itftod Jt
two Baptiss and two Metbodrss and
five Lutharians and the tother one waa
pnblikio. And tbey all with one
vois sed they wouldn t dirty their feet I
in a dram shop, but if the pnblikio
would go and git the drinks they'd ray
tor 'em. And they all cried out and
everv man sed. "1 II take mine with
shugar for it won't feel good to drink
the stuff without sweetenin." so the
publikin he marched m and the bar-
keeper said, "What want ye?" and he
answered and sed : "A drink, "tiow
will ye have itr "naoe and strate,
says be, "for it am t no use waatin
,nngr 10 circuBssalivate akafortis."
jjQt there's nine more a sUndin' at the
dore, and they all sed they d take
sougar in tner n. friends ana Dreinnis nower, requested me w try and
ering, it ain't only the likker or sperits
.a . ! -! J t . a. i
mat isarunK in ta iouduuui iuu
underhanded way, but iu likker of all
sorts of human wickednis in like man- 1
ner. Thar the littxer or mauir, tnai
menny of you drink to the dregs : but
yure sure to sweetin it wun me snu-i
. . , 1 .1 V I
gar OI Beu-ju9(.iucaiiuu. iuu a iu
likker of avrisa that sum keeps behind
the curtain for constant use, but they
always has it well mixt with the sweet-!
o . j.i : rri
nin OI pruuence ana eaouiuij. uar
the likker of self lav that sum men
drinks by the gallon, but they always
puts in lots of tbe shugar of take care
of No 1. And lastly, thar's the likker
av eztorshuo, which the man sweetins
accordio to cirkumBtanees. If he s m
the flour line, he'll say the pore '11 be
better off eating korn bread ; if be a in
the clorth line, wy it s a good thing
ta larn 'em to make their cloth at
home : if he a in the letber line, it'll
larn them the necessity of takin' bet
ter keer uv ehoos. And there s nine
men at tne aoor ana mey an wu
they'd take shugar in thern. Jiat,
friends and bretbenng, tnarsa time
thar s a time
coming' aod a place fixio, what tharll
be no "atandiu at the dore" to call for
"shuear in ther'n. But they 11 have
to go rite in and take the drink square
. . i t . i it
np t9 the front t and the barkeeper II
be old Satun and oobody else; and he 11
giTe em "anugar in mer n, youun-
.. m " .1 l J 1 a.
! ter believe it, and it 11 be snugar ov
lead and red hot lead t tDat, as- sure
as your as vonr names Conshuuce
Uodger. Ana you ii oe ewuiw w
Dodger. And you
vour rations three tims a day, if net
more irequenmer, ane u jwu uuu
- .i- :e J .
like it you'll have to lump it, nod so
mar old Niek close down upon all
vour silk palavering around the plane
old poole of brotherly luv ana gioiros
ity and feller-feelin' and tare play
Amen. O. M.
"A Southern correspondent sends
the followiog incident lrom real life,
wheh illustrates the well-known ntgro
fondness for so-called lugubrious fes-
"A lady friend of mine was muOh
beset a few days ago by her cook for
nermission to attend the funeral of some
on reatjT6 J;ne ret anmutK forbabe her
leaving iust at the time, but, to oompen
. . J - . . ' . . -.
gate ber for the deprivation, tier mis -
I treaa aain. nose, l resnv leei verv aorrv
, . . . , i.naa nnthino
nf IU1 V Wa WU TVW vvww wv.a
i . - -
I by staying borne. 1 promise that you
shall go to the urst parly mat ia given
I h nf nnr friemla. and atav
I n ebt long.' Rosa, tossing her head,
replied, 'Law! M iss Susan, how kin you
talk like dat? You know I dan't set no
ana ,!! nn Fnriv r.artiea could
Sr.i .T B
. How to Plk Out a Wife.
BT JOSH BIULUOS.
find a girl that ix 19 years old
last May, about the right bight, with
a bin eye, and dark brown hair aod
. Let the girl be good to look at, not
too pbond of musik, a firm disbeleav
er in ghosts, and one of six children
m tha family.- - ; :? Z
Look well tew the karakter ot bar
father; see that he ia not' a" member o
enoy clib, don't bet on elekahuns, and
gits snared at least 3 times a week.
Find out all about her mother, see
ii sna nix got a head ot good eon
mon sense, study well her likes aad
dislikes, eat some or her ham-made
bread and damplns, ootias whether
she abuses all ot her nabors, ask her
servants bow long they have been
thare, and don't fail to observe wheth
i - j - . .
er uer aresscs are last year s ones
If you are satisfied that the mother
would make the right kind ot a moth
er-in-law, you kan safely kooclnde
that the dauter would mske the right
ainu ov a wire.
Alter tnese preiemenarys all are
settled, ond you have done a reasons
ble an ount of sparking, ask the young
lady lor her heart and hand, and if
she refuses, you kan kooaider yourself
If on the contrary, she should say
yes ; git married at once without any
fuss and feathers, and proceed to take
l say take chances, for thare aint
no resipe for a perfekt wife, anny more
man tnare ia tor a perfeef husband.
A bare is just ax menny good wifea
az thare iz good husbands, and i nov-
er knew two people, married or single,
Who were determined tew make them
selves agreeable to each other, bat
what they suckceeded.
flame yure oldest boy sum good
stout name not after aam hero : but
should the first boy be a girl, i ask it
as a favour to me that you kanl her
I do want aum or then rood, old
fashioned tuff girl names revived and
"How did yon learn all this?" asked
one person of another, who bad been
detailing a long history of a third in
dividual's imperfections. -
.tila'oV. -one tell me all her affairs,
and asks me to advise her on all oc-
casions. It wouldn t do to let ner
know what I bare told yoa. Too, of
coarse, understand this; but yon seem'
ed to have such an exalted opinion of
her. that I thought it would be only
fair to let you know that abe 8 no near.
er nerfection tban vou or 1.
-I believe yoa profess to be attach I
ed to her, don't you?" I
"Oh. yes: why, ahe believes that 1 1
love her better than almost anybody
in the world, boe can t keep any-1
thing secret Iroai me. nby, don t
you think I got her to own np upon
the whole of that little extra show of
affectionate merest in ber. Edwards,
whose interest it waa to have her in I
discover the truth of the matter, and I
.. . ..a w OT . aa I
h,(1 eo witnous tne least oimoaity.
"Then, in reality, yoa dislike Mrs. I
j0 you?" I
Why. bless you 1 no not at all.
indeed. I rather like ber. She is so
. . I
onaiieotedly kind and generous heart-1
ed. and then she is so delightfully
T- t 11 I ... I
easy to manage, l snouia oe quite
lost with out ber." f
'And vet yoa betrayed her into the
handa of one who is at heart, as yoa
well know, her enemv. and have just
D0W been revealing many of her faults
to m9. May the Lord deliver tM from
such a friend."
Who does not echo that wish? What
a detestable spirit ia that which leads
man or womau to worm into tbe secret
heart of another, only to betray the
confidence of whioh they become pos
Yet bow many are tbe creatures in
human shape who make it a constant
practice thus to play Judas.
phe Fortune Teller's Almanac
.am nf . ;n.ftna .int vnar
neck ia a sign of what you may expect
I if yoa aarry an extrav agant woman.
T ;. mrrv lnnkw trt drP.m that vou
e uhm v.r
rjmrAm in n.nhhlT take care
. ' .... '
I Ml lieiC VU vaxaap wwv Byw-w I
vnr nerson in embarrassed circum -
. M. ' thmtL h. im -rrM.d ia
I SkflUUDD Sjw uiuaiu UWV w - - -
y fortunate, for it is a warning to
J account to aoo. pt a bill.
f. . . T that if
,nn .Iu-vas will bm that all the
J" y . .
lights in your house are out oerore you
6 ww w va
To dream tnat your note i rea 10 me
tin ii to ioumfttioo that tou naa oeur
leave brandy for water.
To dream of having a good many
servants is maduesa.
To dream if a bear betokens misobicf
u:.u Knwa vnn ia
When a fashionable youog lady drea
ms of a filbert, it is a sign that her
I thoughts are running on the colonel
j you dream of clothes, it is a warn
in or not to eo to law : for by tbe rule of
contraries, yoa will be 8 are of a non
I , . m
1 When a young laay areams oi
i Artrhn. it neiotcena tnai sue ihuuiu
I ;...ntl. ;..nni;n,ia imht it indlr... .v.... i.ti.. T.inn Ska
I - . . i
lUaMUSll V aav VW - J
always go warmly clad in wot w earner.
all "Gsoree. asked tbe
Sunday school class, "who above
others shall you wish to see when you
get to heaven?" With a face bright
eninir ud with aitieipation. the lime
f.llow shouted. Gerliahr Brlzbt
I 7 .fc.t '
A Fashionable Call.
Lady at the door, Is . Mrs. 3. t
Servant girl. Dunno'm. .TIT avk.
What name, please.
Lady presents her card. Girl, van
ishes, and sppeara ia an upper chamber,
and pokes Uie -sard, at a. .lady, in a
wrapper. Lady Uke jt. ' ,
, .Lady.. Ob, goodness I that Mrs. C-,
and to-day of all days, when I have
not begun todresst What bother!
There, I'll be down directly. Give
me that cew black ailk .eat of the
Wardrobe. . ,
Girl appears ia the parlon She's
in, mam. an' she'll be down d'rec'ly
The caller aita . en a soia ia more
than midnight darkness. The clock
on the mantel tioks slowly five, ten,
fifteen minutes. The lady on the.aof a
tries to see what time it is by hsr
watch, and looks. Twenty-five min
utes. A soft flopping on the stairs
a flip-flap-flop of long train in the hall.
Ah! how do yoa do, Mrs. fj."? So
glad to see you.
Mrs. C. Thanks. You are looking
so well. .
Mrs. B. So yoa are, dear. How ia
Mrs C. Well, pretty well, thank
you. How is Mr. B.J . 1
Mrs. ii. Tolerably wall, though he
baa a cold. What nice weather we're
having. ' .1
Mrs. C. Very. Why haven't yoa
Mrs. B. Ob, I've been busy and
bothered with a new cook ; and I'm a
little naughty about calls an j how.
jurs. u. xes, yoa are. Well, I
must go. Do oil soon.
Mis. 3. Thanks. I will; bat don't
Mrs. fj. Oh, I've made a dreadfully
unfashionable long call, I'm sure, aod
I've twenty other pieces to go to.
Mrs. is: Good-bye.
And they part. The eall is over
quite a successful, eventful call, too,
as they go.
Adam and Eve.
Can any reader tell why, when Eve
was manufactured from one of Adam's
ribs, a hired girl wasn't made at tho
same time to wait on nerr
We can. easy. Because Adam
nucu sbuuittuJt'Mj va uaidtu, uuftar-
string to be sowed on, or a glove to be
mended "right away, quick now I
Because he never read the newspaper
until the son got down behind the
palm-trees, and then streehed himself,
yawning out, "Ain't supper most ready
my dear:' Hot be. lie made tne nre
and hung over the tea kettle himself,
we'll venture aud pulled the raddishes,
and peeled the banauas, and did every
thing else that he Ought. He milked
the cows, and fed the chickens, and
looked after the pigs himself. He
never brought home half a-dosen men-
Ids to dinner when Eve baden t any
pomegranates, aud the mango season
was over. He never stayed out until
ei.Tea o'clock to a "ward meeting,
hurahing for the oat and oat candidate,
and then scolded because poor dear
Eve was sitting up and crying inside
m a w ..V
itbe eates. to do sure ne accea
rather cowardly about apple gathering
time, bnt then that dont depreciate hia
general helpfulness about tbe garden.
He never slaved billiards, nor drove
fast horses, nor oboked vo with cigar
smoke. He never loafed around
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corner grooenes wane solitary ate
was rocking Utile cam s oraaie at
home. In short, he didn't say she was
snecial created for the purpose of
wailine ou him. and wasn't under the
impression that it disgraced a man to
lighten his wife's cares a little,
That's the reason that Eve did not
need a hired girl, and we wish it was
the reason that none of her desoenda-
I There are no less than 1,100,000
i;Te. insured In the United Slates at
n average of about 12.700 each.
This vast business is divided chiefly
imrnif snma anTintT odd comnaniea.
ln Great Britain the number
o . - . . ,
Uf lives insured are more numerous,
bat tbe earn insured is considerably
less; evincing a gTeaUir appreciation i n
this country of both tbe value of life
land life insurance, lma arises irom
the ereater peril of life and the haur
dous and adventurous charaeter of bus-
1 iness pursuits in our country. Liie
insurance in England is a provision
made either by the aristocratic rich to
enable their families to eontinueto live
in the fashionable sphere to whioh they
have been accustomed ; or to the very
j.r .v. Ana
poor so ueiraj -
f uneral. In the United States it is a
a . .
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uusmw pruTisiuua meuo j
miaaie-viasB, iu iuq uiii.ut
I - a 1- aT 1 J..tl bVm. asstUtnli All 9
oi mat uuwmij u i
trying climate and rieny easiness
habits so olten exposes tntm a provin
sioo of whio a no man in gooa neauu
a and the nossession Ot nis senses coum
I ccgltct to avail bsmself.
The night editor of a daily p-per
- wrote the following head line
ftr his cable disDatches: "The British
- r;on Shakinir his Mane." lie was
nnnble to eat hia breakfast next morn-
I . ...
a jDgt wnerj De found tbe printer s ver-
.inn nt ha matter atarincr mm in me
1 SMITH- IjUUn. XUC AllSi mw
tjog m Maine 1
an A poet asxs
"Where are the dead?
tie vsnished dead who trod tbe earth
that now we tread?" If we were to
mate a ranaom jjubs., we umu. j
the most of them afe buntd tbongh
.hi. mav not be tbe right answer.