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III II ay v ESTABLISHED IN 1878. IIILLSB0R0. X. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. NEW SERIES-VOL. 1". L Till. Oik I". A " K i 1 V7r;H L D. v.r" v 'l draw In ,s!e-p. F....V. uty.walb for gioW-c-f fky tha. :-in . - tv. I,.!!-, -vi. f. i--- ; ",pi i- ' ! )'.' eiabt 'I ' v , -;tv -tr--- '' ha' ' St.-nl-- fr ?r-n! . ;y- . I.J- A Itil th" ' I .IV o i -..-!. ir" wtt'ud-ird an v. u ' -jr.-'. , -..'-n't-, t ..a'-- ; .-a.m '.- ; : I . i .. !,. d'-k-.. vi ,..-.!!.' ( )ur !.-1 ).' i- f.' 'I i.'-n -a iti- i Br. : !. '. -; ' Tl -J' vH ill- n"us BURIED IN A. MINE. in .a ' oal ruin' ? Ye?. 1- d vuu th'-.siorv . friend- living in the.'eoal i.I nn-c. 1 varria, aud.l w:w h.-.o -..i I'lifiiDU r lc lui'il t. pay th-in a-vi-it. While-there I H.i.- a.-keii !. (ii.xvndiintw oi;: f:mos1 I iDiou'- mine ami sec how tl: hard, 1. 1)n k tm I whi ii alTord--us su h .grateful -i ilsfit ions on a colli winter nigh is pro . ured fnuii the hotels. of the earth. Now I have, a strong natural dcire tcj i t everything new and.st range ; but then 1 iii) also very autiou--, and do not. care t put jr. life in peril merely to gratify 'iriositv, so I liesitMted and reflected a little before I an-rvvered : ' '-I -hould like to Me the miners at, irk, if it eonid be- done without risk of life." A p:vft, bright, blue. eyed young lady ho presi nt ,and to nhorn I had taken 'i great laney, burt. out with a rintdng l-nmh. "Surely om are not afraid, Mr. M 'l'l'-' ' s).t f i l iirni-d, with a rriis hi-'Vo'j. tvvinkh- of her blin- c-yes that did more to urge me on than the arguments 'f ill her relations could have done in a month, for m in in likes to fp thiought a -nu'l!-l !! the pii.M !l( e of bcflllty I c ertniirly. would not like tf bo con irWred alrid. Mi hinarf, merely be ''iii'f 1 have a repelling'sen-of danger," I r jd 1 . Sut ly ou do not think it v i ii v for a man to lie foolhardy in vie: to prove he h not a poltroon' 'fli'-ve et?one ! in Mime degree afraid . iieitvhe -ei-s dnHei , but -ofin- people ar e lifted with the f e n"U of f idn;- d-nioer hen o 1 1 1 1 s do m it 'And -.o.ntf'nte- uluie it lofs not ri.t ' ' t ?i I V 1 "'. " ''And i'M that gift largely," iti. ho lulled. 'Na. Mi-. StiiaM. ym. haidly do mo p!-tie. 1, at ha-!, 1 I.IIHl to he rJ-a-oiia- II 1 . 1 . .. . . in tin av,-i: ruining fa!, ruittier 0 tmranv one the who e- familiar with a ; : e-.. in ri;e (line- ear) truth dei i re t !l I 1 1- 1. a ihe tin ltne it m ' dosn ia t li"i 1 i 1 ' andawtii! depth- id t h ii a 1 1 v one w hi 1 1 i i m i - t hi tht r . I "' minute .a- a :nonti. carries '1 in hind- " . 1 O T . ' ..... o e M . 1 .IT 1. ;o; ;:,!, ' ""ir fd. -on.. h!i.: i live hi i U d 'V I I I i '! '.1 ;it' old."' . 1 ra ; ' she und I a -: in U: v t wiics as I . tl.i Itter . : tb 1 1 1 ob.MTVC'1. i-ih i. v. . ; t . and I W. II. . I -al'.l. : ;"-..;! n -p:isr. n:- 1 ep( riera oil I S. e a or' -a1: tim et of . ;.es:y have had iny Ih;' ;' . i- too !at" .ir;gii:g ray declara ! i::g. ; 1., , .i a tl:o;i- rh. 1 -fa: V'i. :t . ; l 1 k ' v. : :,! -h, , ' 'ea . .4-. . ,, ; th.,- -'at.', ', !w:y Jive u: v !- "fi ;u - t ' ' 1-r .-, o . t i rh.. ;:-. w o .-.:;. ; i v I tvi r fh- .if s . ; j H hir-- h .. rvt- . am one vi.iia-s. who wor-i. let th1 ""' :tnd st, -It - i . low i: Mt ot If. ami " ' Is- -Jot! ft, J was v ! i by a .v ind '. -- . ind r " r s : r.nik i ; v ::u lor tho ' ' V I ; V ; Ii i r'ur.ge into ; awful abv ir;,houT m iiiw 1 ' r -v n f - - 10 mv-ft rv - .j -: 1 "-j n c. ' ikin in her. ! . n -v v .. j o. '. -. ,-id inditl r. nt may .'avo ho i h.i- . ;,Tw ..id - i;:j t i ne ni our partv . u i v c. n. i tf at tv-Th the lain."- ar.d wa- to a.- 1 air s"litb of the po - i.t r . 'sin. ' arri; 1 a I la v. V ....... ... . . 1 ; : 1 1 -" ? 0. ru- ,ap. and v '' peble light we.-.t:i!d iimlv -co each Vh 'T s l,j,,fs H!, ,l id e k d.ltnji w alls ivhirh surrounded u- i ti own. down, over f .own. wo k-p-r Mnkingleoper'an.ldren,r . t ..;.. 1 ........ ' -v-eU knowiBi; that the slightest accidcutmii-h: land u.s .suddf-nlv on the shores of -etern- ! it v. s The two gentlemen ind myself looked gave. :vi becanie the place and the occa sion, but pretty Sibyl Stuart was full of talk and animation, rattling on from one thing to another, never -seeming to c-are for a reply, bu uppnn-ntly satlrii-'l to tVar the -fund 'of h r own voire. "Was 1 fhe ron-lv heed b-.- of nay poibIc danger. fir was this light ohatb-r done- to over sf-rious fane and misgivings? I could not bMiev' tho wor'i' anie from a heart fi- light, arid free as they eemed to repre. SMlt. teaching riur first landing, -we began our exploration through l"ng. dark gal-Iri:-. xvhor ever here and there, a h' avy prop Mipported the-rocky roof.with tl- thin layer of foundation upprrted iu turn in the s;uiie manner, btill below us, tier on tir, so that tin' ielding of any weak sjiot far down in those awful depth. might precipitate thousands of square feet into one shapeless mass and bury us forever from human Mg'ut. Still as there was no more danger ap parently of , this occurring n)vv than at any time within the pat twenty years, there was no good reason for my taking the subject, into nideration, except that of my being ' till haunted by that presentiment of evil "of which I have spoken. Our guide led the way to some, moving lights which we could see sparkling in the profound darkness, and we soon found ourselves at the. top of another shaft where another descent of a hundred :and fifty feet was made, in a bucket , aftervwhich followed some rough climbing over rocks and fissures, with here and there, a descent by ladders, -which provec both . precarious and tiresome, till at dast we- stood upon a hedge from which, hundred feet still below us, we beheld ,i hundred moving liht. and heard the peculiar sound of the miners at their daily toil of digging out and breaking the black lump? of coal that were intended to find their wavto tho bright world above "There thev art," exclaimed our fair companion, vivaciously, "looking, with their red, bobbing lights and shadowy forms, like. so many fiend of Pandemon ium' Would you like to go down among them. Mi . Maples '" . "If ou are satisfied where yu are. Miss Stuart. I venture to sav I have had enough," was my reply, with a kind of 'shudder "Oh. for that matter, I am willing 'to let you have vour own way now," she re joined, with a light, careless laugh. "You have braved the danger so far like a gallant soldie r, and arc now entitled to your discharge." "I m:c that in "your thoughtless way you arc still disposed to make sport of my natural caution, " I replied, a little kevrely; "but I would very much like V'mu fi 1'iininri'lii'rnl tli-at mmwi ni'il ill -n- tion is not owardiee. imr in any degree allied t- it; and. to prove it in my own person, I now throw down the gage to dare anything that cither you or any am bitious friend of ours ma y have t lit t our ige to try . " Kvcu in the dim light 1 could see that :uv sharp words had .-ent a deep color ado her pretty face. and. after a momen tary hesitation, she fait red : "I crave our pardon, Mr. Maples, if ny light, tlippant remark-- have wounded j-.Mir fctiing-." "All is already forgiven." I cordially ruarked. extending my hand, which was ici tinted in token of .-ynitv.. An exclamation from one of our two 'ouip.iiitons tin- moiiie nt drew our at -ention to him. He wa- looking down I it the miners throuuh a -Lent gi is- and ; ... i. .... . : 1 1- wom- hi it. j -H! what . ulpabh ir )r.' of the miners has struck a i hi pipe!" ruilencc ! iau II to "W hi-h i ." ij.-Tramif : h: en, in a quick, rxcitcd to-. u. oan- Sl-ow in man and I -will have, hrm dis- ! rh:uged forthwith ' .b.-: a- l.e sp'vk'. and while he- was ia : oi r. aching ou his hand f. tre ii.is-. a hhrKimg sbeet il name was -een 1P I ' -nvdop all below; a ru-h of .foul.' t icated air throve n- down uio-i 'h(- nvk-. - - r i o-vrw.-, ' ir.'l a e r:ihi:'ig p3osion. Ii 1 ' Kc a ti;o-;sird :iir.dcr. coinplete'lv stunnel tri i 1 f k ','iowr. tn rx k nreumd u like a j i-rnble. . arth.juakf. J When I i "i",!' to ir.v se - ail in the i )!.if kness of t h.t ravh - abv-s 1 heard a ow. w ailing moan of terror and despair, iccompanied witVj the wtvrds: 'oh, my God. my God' what has uppenod and wherv am I ?' j It was tho rhiritive voire f Sibv 1 1 I Stuart. an-Vl was grateful b God Tharshe ( vu s;;il alkc. I knew where we "ere and "what awful I lung had happened, fvr mt rc-collectica f - i lame with mv consciouce- Reaching nt ldv hand I touched her. and in a r ioothin.? tout- .vaid : 'Thf-rehas been h terrible explosion, MLes SiKiyK nnd I fear that many lives l'iVf ben lo.-'t: but. thank God, wo still 'rvlvo, and I hojf- that you have escaped njury."' "'(). merciful heaven. T comprehend all low!" -s!i- mn.tned. Forcrive cie, dar 'rknd! KurivV inc 4iF..r wh'itJ" ' Making iiclit of your forelodings. ind brinirintr you here to your doom.'' j"Ali is forgiven ami forgotten, dear ir I , V shall thiak of nothing iiov? but how :o trt t you out of this horror alive. The foul air hf re is almost suffocating. Where ire our companions 'r" . hf hurrit-dk c-alh-d tljem bv name, but j received no reply. I thouirht they miuht still be uucon icious on the ground, and began to feel nit for them. They were only a few feet from us when die explosion occurred; but as I reached nit for them now in the darkness my lands came in contact with a huge rock mi tht; very spot where they had, been standing. In a moment I comprehended, :he horrid truth: they had both been crushed to death under it. f I hurriedly made known to my fair companion the startling fact, and added: "It maybe that we two, of all within the mine, are the only ones that Provi donee has spared.'' "O heaven'."' she groaned, "spared,. perhaps, for a more terrible death! For how can we ever find our way up through this awful darkness to the world above?" 'We will try, at all event-, and while there is life there is hope,"" I rejoined. in a cheerful tone, though with no cheer ful feelings, for I thought the chances ' were all against our ever seeing the light of heaven again. Taking the. hand of ray fair companion 1 that we might not become separated in the awful darkness, I began to carefully grope in the direction which I supposed would retrace our steps. The air was foul with poisonous gases, and af times "it seemed as if it would paralyze our lungs to in hale it. W soon came to a broad chasm, and had 1 not been feeling my way inch by inch, so to speak. 1 should have plunged headlong into a death'pit. and dragged Miss Stuart down vithsmr I could not tell the width of the fissure in the darknes-. but evidently V" could - -L not cro.ss it. Tor when 1 lay downTu tne edge and stret.hed forth my hands J oubl cot touch the other. "Ala-' we are doomed to perish here, and it. is all my wi ked doing! said the self accusing girl, when I announced tc h-r the rea-on that we could advance nc further in that direction. "Nay, dear Miss sivl ; T will not near you blame yourself for our being hero," I replied. "You -imply did not see the danger in the same light tir,' ' did or pt-r- h: I sliouhi rath r say tin: vu did not t:i 'larger at :u ! " -Oniy we see danger when it iiglit ens." -he n sponiied ; we know w m.'n be struck, but. we can scarcely- be -said tt feart. ';.. Mr. Maples, if there is em w a by whi. h you can save your life de r.ot' irive a thought forme, but make- the tVorf ao t . and I wii! pray for your suc n. Ah.' ;i"v you do indeed wrong mo, aini wound my s n-'itive nature, bv as- Miming in ail st nu.!:cs that 1 am a cow i ard," s.ai-1 1 repr. .-n'hfuby. j "Oh. !,! no' I me;u;t r.,, t.t-it: if ' the"' 1- but on lib to be -avai..I iv, voul. have it yours :rs'e,iO . t no.. . .4t.. .1 ... i; w;:. . ; t -i i'Oh. df.ir Mi-s Sipl. d.i?e I .under- stand that you would -av-- my iifc a the s.t-r;h'-' "T all.t il--ei. alter a n.o - .! pati-i-. I .;ui' kly irt w i' a k the v. of r . in that ray -' awful tomb of 1 n;v arm- and :ilt. ,r, abv--. anil jc-s oar-.: a:-l Tt;- gh.t h r , tf t:, j - prt-.s,. d h. r tc :r.v hear" . ) on .ove ne t.ifc. ;v$ 'Par. 'P ar . . . v , 1 it'.i.'-'tii- ' t; Mbvi you e-ve jt.e . 1 t .va nr. -!. a- I pa ion-.; ir.'.i:--U.- !lp- Yt; here, i-i rh" p:- m of Ie-5.th.I. iranKiy Henry." Hra turn- d : ' ,1- -s th..: I -: y. 1. p ir !'-:::: :.a-;r-.-;- -i. hi- -- o-j. d trling i" i re mak s h.iiij.v to h: a r t itt-M -wa et words. v n :houon p.a-.: n ' r.ear ,U hat is p ath. dsriing. if we - i . 1 i . - . rc haV i d ryV r 1 H-ioved an'i know we : 'h.H die with our !-v for death h-re is 1 - - U.nly life hcrcatter. bit we wm tot die I uvw ii sav eiicri cl cur own ca-i fave " 3a M let us work together for ' Hfe!M : i With this, keeping a firm hold of :he dear girl, I began to feel sit way in an other direction. and so we wandered about In the darkness hour after hour, seeing nothing and knowing nothing of our' course, wnetiier it were right or wrong. ; Ipaid a11 1 could xf rher ml' swef t companion, but at length she began to ! despair; and I. to tell the truth, lost all hoiK of ever leaving our prison pit '. 1 1 : alive. : K 1311 . . WP could liavo known that wo vpr 1 ....... . , . : M,n . I. . . H. V. .i. ... . . . ...1.1 Ljuiui; iu iuf iijiiiL till ft lion nit re vouil :iave been some little encourage ment to ' . . ne "severe; but when we considered tnat , , ..,,! thechances were equal to our getting still : .,'. ! farther awav from the point we wished to j reach, there .-eemed no reason tor this ; ?xertion, and we - sat down completely! heartened. 'Well, darling,it will beasGodwill!" sighe-d. "Hiave no other consolation to offer."' ; 1 "And I am to be punished for my i 1 i boastful presumption, in the suffering of I 11 one whose life i dearer tf me than my f ; 3wn . "wn. r-uuyi darling, you must not ac- raise yourself, for that tortures me!" cried ! . "Our being here is one of those mis- j fortunes which were to be. We have : reached a point where the air seems to be 'ess poisonous, and we may possibly exist acre for days; and who knows what time; nay do, when there are so many anxious louls above who will rjft rest day or light till they have explored in search of , ;he living and the dead'f In tha,. rayless darkness we could not nake a note of time nor tell whether it sere day or night in the world above. Ve onlv knew that after a longer period j ' i ,ve began to feel the pangs of hunger and j hirst; that we gradually grew weaker; hat we slept at times, and that at last we Degan to have strange sensations in our drains and see elancing lights and phan ;oms, and wonder, in a vague sort of way, whether we were tenants of this world or ihe other. That is the last that I remember till I lound myself in a room on a bed. weak as m infant and numbers of ajjxious friends iround me. Even then'Tny first thought .vas of my dear companion, and my first vords were an inquiry for her. "When issured that she was" safe 1 remember 'eeling as if I were in heaven and at once 'ell off into a dreamless sleep. I subsequently learned that, we both lad been found, after - a three days' learch, in an unconscious state, and that sf all the parties as far clown in the mine is ourselves, we were the only ones brought to the surface alive. One hun dred and nine persons had perishec' in .hat awful explosion, and the whole vil ;age was in mourning. I have only to add that my dear Sibyl md I hoth recovered, and in time re gained our health, and that she is now my loving wife. A Mexican Drink. In a letter from Texas to the New York II.? tho writer. Lieutenant Barnum, I'. S. A., says: On the way back from Nevil Sprimr- 1 camtad one night on what might fa:rh , largely ma.P np i rr - oe ouin be called a mud puddle. The animals j "Black moire, both in -silk and ribbon, would drink the waterTbut I did not care j will be used by the acre in -ummer -onto., nor diel I want the ra n to drink it. j tumes. Huloan was still with me and he said ht Black grow ." m.ofe anl more in favor ;ts would slirw me how to make tin watoi i Hie thing t" b ".:. bird with any and good. Ho cut a lord of cactus, pared ; all ciors. Ihe outside oT all around, awl th n put p,oth for gf a' folk and srnail. bi.v k it in the tire and ro.astod.it. This h put into a co flee pot water, and jr. half an hour we had some verv good drinking water. 'orning along the road we pod ' gre-at many century plants., or "span rd'h ' ... ... ... ..... n,.,i u w, r i -1 iiiiifi- a- i u- v air j n it i i'i-j this plant the Mexicans mak- me-' .J. -i i.;r,i .i.! c r,: ,n,o. --.,t-i . jts ince. the principal n s l"-ir:g ne s .ii ; ..nd puhp-ie. The ii:. - al is mad" by ent- ....( ...,5 T ,. .... rr .-. l.v , , , i i ting avvav rh- . ,! s , ..rat g ttir.g ''.id, . .-nbb-.o.lit-.. TbU -i r.s,-H and ii then Iftished .- JV p-iiji. the pulp tilled, and a drink - t: t : and thing like hr .ndy ; th r -ult. Rulijue i made b;, cutting down thf - .lid part as before and carving a hollow -pacf- in the top Th:- holhw wbi til with th j'lje-c of the pljnt f our or nv- rim-.- in t 1 .-.l' whiCp. when f" To t" thr-f iiv- : -! . rnak- a i r: n i rrn-thinj: like ! ri Rc-th rrv-s -.-il anl puioie are i;--d very i.trgek in Mrxiro. AH that one p r 1 -in K- hid for a r;r di ra'- ab,;lC rive vnte; Th o ri n but arc.iato.ticatir;. s ite UiXe -idnr, Th- rail road have h.tn'.e- t'n ;r ckzi. : -rnort freurht thia the; -dni 5ear- LADIES' COLUMN. WEAiTHT AMEBICAX WOMEN: Tuere has recently been printed & lit of American ox"r. wh-)v corabine d fvr- tunes aggregate the magnificent sum of .:i.,l0o.oo0. wrlt a New rk or- respondent of the Chicago Trilt. ixix two women c ontrol this, vast amount of !mney. divided a follow.: . ' ' Tfcirty-iKht wi.iows. worth l.rJ10.cWM"t. n?urt.n .mstrs. w.rth r.M.tu.t" Ttn marruti woni-n. v i-rtb 3..iM. Total, sixty two J fo7b'V ''Manv million . f this va-t sum of m.nev i, lt.i l-f.il r.ii 1 m , 1 1 utv. . ,ti. wiul " ltrominent ew lorkladv m u-cu.--mg , , , these wealthy wonu-n. "hou tli" thought . occurs to me that these women might revolutionize the comment of the omn- try by a consoli.l.ition of th ir" wealth into one gigantic company. What might til y not accomplish witri such an enormous. lowtr wnrki-r iu "nr rection'". HOW MAIiV KICl.KI' TilK KKAK. A t , , .,- - , , A queer case of bear killing is reported , ., , , .... . from Sherwotd. ( a'ume t C ount v, W is. i ( , A voung girl named Marv skinskv. I daughter '-of a prosperous fanner, saw a yto.ir t nter a swa':nj mar her father's house, ami the men folk being ab-nt. am, ft,;irfuI U.,t the bruin might pick .... . . .. tl , a j i one ii hum e u i lie whiii i oi.u iai a - who re-sided ne;tr. determined to kill the natural. An infant Wi-P m town', re animal. There was no gun in the hou-e. j"i ing us it- -Jr r.gth :.nd i ipi-i -growth, but there was a box of Hough, on Rats, a, V:LS described a- boomii o ; a,,,j- ,iu. juantityf which was d ftly inserp'-fl in a mrn xvh- artfuilv aided in thb -u.i.i, u v -jincy 'iece of fresh pork and the bait velopmt nf were boomt r- - A- .-ari A', thrown to hi- hcar.-hip, who, bing hu'n ) -beVrr.v r. 4 gry after a hard winte r's fasting, imine diately swallowed hook, bob and sinker. The result was disastrous and specely, ami ,.,'"'' , , , , , - And tho bravo ATarv oro.eeded tr. end Ins in a feo.- momenti flip l.'-er kf-olort ot r ' . - ' " . . " ! sufferings bv a deep thrust into his throat I wdtli a carving knife. The dressed - in has been bought by .Tolm Roberts. -.V7- IT WAS TfltP.t To PT.Y. As a Third avt-iiue car was, pacing Fovrteenth street on a down trip the other , , , .. , i , . morning a shabbily dressed man loaned across, the space betweefi the seats, ami, ' . , addressing a tall, sour-fenturecl woman, he said : , t . "Ia'am, yon'v drojpoU a quarter. It's t . i Tyin m your lap. The woman's face hardened as she looked at the top of thi.car and at the floor, but not at her lap for at tho man who had spoken to her. He thought the f'had not heard him, so he pointed at the- I . , coin and sanl : , "There s a juart r in your lap. ma am. You'll lose it.if you don't take it uj.' "Drat you, you fool'"' exclaimed the woman, sharply, vdoiPt you tec it's a . o" hutt0n- So it was. Her lress was fastened with it v i twenty five oi nt silver piece-. Hor shawl covered all but the lowest one. which had ,. , attracted th man s ntP nTion. rw t r- FASHION NoTF.s. Summer bonnet mad' of lace will be trimmed with lilac-or wistaria. Watering-p'.ace gow n. will probably be ontin lic ad ing ' in is j FfrK,;nr; Silk' fish i with y t ry Urge m-Vrh ido up o-. r taoire kirt. Jt - p h'id in all ; th t.- Lj e i ing the wet and a Lilly ilava 't epriiig. - ttviith --4rrrer.t i. TH! ' !' - 1 TO- -J nre o-ai" fu;Iv . -taf-'i-bed ir. f a.'-hi'-aab!.- i '' v . , . .. ' t;.... favor, f.g i:n y are rn.j n in: , i. -'- 3.r. ' fir iii-"re rt au.v me ( The i; w r j forent w a . -. ":-- r.'i ii ii ft. Hf- .rr.ade rrs'u.v dif d-:i':c: ii; ' 'it ar.d sf . b- be nit f-.-hior-ab'!.- i--b.c-s.-f litre tory. 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