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SUUSCRIPTION VOL. VI. HENDERSON, N3iC., THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1887. NO. 11 Til VI It. MANNING, I Kditorand Prop'r. I ifROYALMaai Jl SJ tfj LOCKED OUT: Absolutely Pure. Thia oowder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wbolesomeness. More economical than theordiuary kinds, aud cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight lum or phosphate powders. Sold only in can. Royal Baking Powder Co. 106 Wall St.. N. Y. June 24, 1 c. Planting Time HAS COME. Now is the time to plant IRISH POTATOES, and ONIONS, Sow CABBAGE, LETTUCE, TOMATOES RADISH, BEETS, PEAS, MUSTARD, K A LF, SALHIFY, CARROT and A Story With a Moral Brother Dana Places Brother Cleveland Figuratively in the Shoes of those -True and Tried Democrats who "Knocketh at the Outside Gate.1 - . New York Sun. J . A few minutes after 5 o'clock on the afternoon of lastSaturday a, small man, rigid of moustache, and a large man, voluminous of chin, might have been seen in a carriage which a pair of seal -brown steeds drew swiftly to the sidewalk in front of the White House. There' a crowd of idlers and strangers was gathered. The last of Mrs. Cleve land's receptions was going on. To avaid the crowd, the carriage was driven to the west crate in the rear of the White House. The large man, who had already been recognized by the crowd as the Hon. Grover Cleve land, scrambled heavily to the side walk and bade the driver take home Col. Daniel Lamont. The carriage drove away. Mr. Cleveland put his hand stoutly to the gate and found it unamenable to push ing, securely and undoubtedly locked. A furrow of surprise ploughed his broad forehead. "Well, this is a pretty business," he murmured, as he strode around to the rear ot the grounds to the Treasury gate. vHe put his hand to thus, too. He turned the handle, he rattled and shook and pushed, but in vain. He put his big shoulder against it, but it showed no relenting. The night was chill, but rills of perspiration welled over his face. His wrist was strained from tug- ONE LESS AT-HOME ONE MORE , IN HEAVEN, SARAH GEBALDIXE STOCK. . One less at home ! T1e charmed circle, broken a dear face Missed day by day from its accustom'd place, But cleansed and saved and perfected by grace; " One more la heaven ! OnelessathomevJ One voice of welcome hushed, and ever- more One farewell word spoken; on the shore Where parting comes not, one soul landed more One more in heaven ! One less at home ! Chill as the earth-born midst the thought would rise. And wrap our footsteps round, and dim our eyes, But the bright sunbeam darteth from the skies One more in heaven ! One more at home ! This is not home, where, cramped in earth lv mold. Our sight of Christ is dim our love is cold, hold, , Is home and heaven ! One less at home ! Its pain, its sorrow, and its toil to share; One less the niLrrinTs daily cross to bear, Ouft more the crown of ransomed souls to wear, At home in heaven ! One more in heaven I Another thought to brighten cloudy days. Another theme for thankfulness and praise, Another link on high our souis 10 raise To home and heaven I One more at borne ! That, home where seuaration cannot be. That, homf! where none are misseu eterna uy. Lord Jesus, grant us all a place with tnce, , At home in UQaven 1 . Lee. Wilson Mirror. In "replying r to the animadversion cast upon the military granduer of the neerless Lee bv Lonestreet in a recent gmg at the gates, nis lingers were sun, article in the Century the accom- his feet were cold, lire Hashed from pijshed editor of the admirable Wil his eyes, and his heart was heavy. He mjngton Star says that Lee was the felt himself to be occupying an absurd noblest piece of manhood that this position: and the dread of being redtc- countrv has produced and the most ulous is singularly acute m persons be- engaging and true chivalrous soul that u . j n of th as u knoWj yuuu uic uiuiuu; t u, .uau. iDetongs to nisiory.- ""-S'"lJ hi?hlv accomplished and attractive women, fitted to grace any position and we have not a dozen really el igi A MAN FAMINE. wearing The Wopianless Wonderland of the North-west. The Inimitable Pat ponan Follows up his Valentine to the Girhi of Amer-. ica, with a Plaintive Appeal to " 'Come West, Young Wo man, Marry, and grow up (with) the Country." New York Sun. To the Editor of The Sun Sir Some time in February a semi-jocuiar Dakota valentine, bearing my humble signature, appeared in the columns of the New World s great ilium inater, the Sun. which shines for all, at two cents a copy. It gently out nrmiy set lorth the matrimonial needs and possibilities of the American North west, and especially ot this mighty young queen of the Territories. It told of the awiul scarcity ot young women, and the vast surplusage of young men; of how the census a few years ago gave us seventeen and a hall men to every woman and giil, and how. even now in some regions, the f v ratio is four and a half to one. The fact that this half jestful squib has brought me, in six or eight weeks, nearly a thousand letters from young girls, old maids, and widows, all over the country, desiring husbands, or sit uations in a region where husbands are at least a possibility, not only shows the marvelous, potency of the Sun as an advertising! medium, but it Indi cates an alarming scarcity of eligible fellows throughout the older States of the Union. "What are we girls to do t once said a recognized belle of one; of the most aristocratic little Atlantic cities to me. "Here there are in the best society of our city, in my own circle, over two hundred and fifty marriagea- It was most absurd. The hum ol hprn of the nast no Knights of the many voices reached him'from the m- Table "Round of the wondrous Arthu-1 tenor of the house, some soft Himga- rian legends was ever as Pre,.aId ble men. We have hosts of beaus, but ALSO SIEIEID -FOB- 114 ojvtn. - a : c v.r Knnsl I . . . ' J - : ' , rian air was uoaimg . u.u uc knightly, and nonorea irum anu jui prosDective husbands the rooms biazeu witn ngncs anu ier of America the noble and cniv bloomed with flowers, and many lovely airous Robert Edward Lee. women, and one, the loveliest of all to As -philip Stanhoiie Worseley, of PASTURES, MEADOWS and LOTS, In ORCHARD, TIM OTHY, HERDS GRASS, and RED and 8AP PL1NG CLOVER SEED. I have a full stock of all seeds and uietl prices with anyone. Our streets i . r.ti swarm with pleasant voung leuows who do for escorts, dancing partners and flirtation material: but we have nhRnlntelv no men to whom an intel acquaintances in what is known as "good society;" I reviewed ong processions of the bihiricated or naments of seaside and mountain and j ake-side resorts, of bulls and routs and operatic first nights; and I had to ad mit that this vehement young girl in dictment was "a true bill." All over the country a man famine prevails. We have hosts of society fellows swells, giddy boys but they are hard- y the kind of husband material a sen sible woman would select, if it were not a case of "Hobson's choice." Many of them are kind hearted, agree able little creatures, disposed to do everything in their power to earn the gratitude of the girls, to whose enjoy ment they contribute .themselves and all they have and are. But a consider able proportion of them are freaks oi nature, only to be accounted for when the creation of mosquitoes, fleas, mumps, and measles is explained. They are as much alike, find them where you will, as the little lumps ol pill dough under a druggist's spatula. There is not originality enough in them, or the. tailors they patronize, to get up sufficient difference between any two of a thousand of them to be recog nized under a forty-mule-power micro- scope, lnese pnysiogomies are mua burlesques on the lap-dog family. Fheir shanks and feet look like pins stuck in pumpkin seeds. Their clothes are all of the loudest fashion, and their neckties flame with all the hues of an Adirondack autumn, while lite seems with them to be a perpetual struggle to see over their, collars. Their faces are decorated with bergamct-exhaling side whiskers and lip fuzz, thin and sickly. Their kid gloves are gaudy, and their switch canes have semi-black guard handles, usually copies in ivory or gold of some ballet dancers pir quettingpms. Ponderous chains, with horseshoe and dog-head charms, dan gle from their flashy vest patterns, Their visages are stupid and sensual, and their mouths are mere expression less gashes, that only open to take in oysters, cocktails, and champagne, and SPECULATION. Legitimate and. Otherwise. John Ruskin the Eminent English Au thor Speculates on the Subject. Richmond Wliig.l Now, that speculation is so rife in the country, and so many persons are risking their all m hazardous schemes and investments, which are liable to fail and thus bring distress upon them selves, their families and friends, we publish the following timely warning from the eloquent pen of the distin guished English writer, John Ruskin, and commend it to the thoughtful consideration of those who leel tempt ed to abandon the slow process of ac cumulating a fortune m some regular and legitimate business, in order to take their chances in risky speculations: There are some speculations that are fair and honest speculations made with our own money, and wnicn uo not in volve in their success the loss, by oth- ers, ol wnat we gam. aui generally modern speculation involves much risk'to others, with chance of profit not with any pause of pity or scorch ing of conscience, but in facile and forgetful calm of mind and so, for sooth, read day by day, complacently, as if they meant any one else than our selves, the words that forever describe, the wicked: "The poison of asps un der their lips, and their feet are swift to shed blood." TWO SINNERS. BT IXIJk WffKKXJi WILCOX. Th ore was a mail. It-was Baid one time. Who went astray in his youthful piitm" Can the brain keep cool and tlKj heart keep quiet. When the blood is a river that's running riot? And 1kvs will be boys, the old folk? say, And the man's better who's bad his day. The sinner reformed, and the preacher told Of the prodigal son who came back to the fld, , , And Christian people threw upon the coor With a warmer welcome than ever before. Wealth and honor were his to command, And a spotless woman gave him her hand, nu me worm sireweu mcir lumnv) uu flowers a-moom, , Crying, Cod bless lady and uou Dies groom j There was a maiden went astray. In the golden dawn of life s young uay; She had more passion ami heart man neau And she followed blindly where ronu lovo led. Ami lov unchecked is a dancerous guide, i To wander at will by a fair girl's side. wo shall Thft woman reDented and turned from sin, only to ourselves: even m its best con- Rut no door opened to let iter in; . . , c e ThA m-PAchflr nraved that she might bo ditions it is merely one oi ine iorms oi - Ynroivpn ' rrnmKiincr nr treasure-huntinc: it. is Rut tnui Wr to look for merer in heaven. Z:r iM.,;nnr ctMrl TMcrh nnH For this is the law of the earth, we know. titii iv.a,.wft mv. o.7 woman is scorned, while the man . t i i m. i i t tne steady pilgrimage oi me,. 10 iuuh. niay R0. fnr silvpr mines beside the wav: or else A brave man wedded her, after all, ' I I?... lunrlil colli fnm'iunir in Vanity Fair, investing all the thoughts and passions of the soul" in the fall of the cards, and choosing rather the wild accidents of idle for tune than the calm and accumulative rewards of toil. And this is destruc tive enough, at least to our peace and . q 7 A virtue far more than our peace or our virtue Have you ever deliberately set your selves to imagine and measure the suf fering, the guilt; and the mortality caused necessariallv bv the failure of PROFESSIONAL CARDS rn il. PITTMAN, A. ATTORNEY AT HENDERSON, N. C. T 1 .. -II nrnfucalnnil But it is usually destructive of busineHa. Practices in the Slate anil Federal courts. Refers by termusion to Commercial National Bank and E. D. La It a fc Ifro., Charlotte, N. C: Alfred Williams fcCo.( Raleigh, . C; V. Y. Cooper ana Jas. U. Lsuisiter, Hei.aerson, i. . Office : Over Jas. u. iafciier ct bod s store Lov o i o.j any large-dealing merchant, or large- , . . , i; i 1 I 1 .. l, KitiV? rrilr it- at thP itt OUt uaiiroom COliiuiimciiis, aiaic ui- j v-uio.iiv.in-v l . T viARRTS rm . , of I A scenity, and drawling oatns. 1 ney towesi possiuic auppuaiwvu luuui, m2x. walk with a dawdling mincing gait, the fewest you choose, the families ATTORNEY AT LAWi that carries a perpetual flavor of the whose means of support have been in- HENDERSON, N. C. "srerman" or the "racquet." 7 hey volved m the catastrophe, inen, on pr.rfi.-s n the oourto of Vance, Gran- tnit with n fnrpiVn affectation, full of the morning: after the intelligence of ville. Warren and Frankliii counties, aud -aws" and "you knaws," and their ruin, let us go forth amongst them in inthe Supre.ne and loderal courts ot thj brenth is ever redolent with whiskey earnest thought; let us use that imagi his mind, were listening with one ear the r0mus Christi College, of Oxford, ,: t S:a ;ri mM and cigarette tobacco. They leer with nation which we waste so oiten on nc i--. w- i i i u r-i i i mmi i i r i . ii i 1 1 1 ii i ii ni.t - j in vw v w - i . t a . to that brieht melodv. and with the pwianrl. nnrl the verv scholarly and f,., r u rir w insufferable insolence at every woman titious sorrow, to measure tne stern nther receiving the comDliments due Lrjrri imndifnr rf Hnmer's -Iliad ? . , K thnt romes within reach of their weak- facts of that multitudinous distress; - i -w- ' i mrninpc r i- j iiii k. n 1 1 ii , iii . iiiiii-- i t I w I va .-w. , said of him m his memoraoie . aiaica- tvnr, nmocpevervthins- that is jyv..v...-, y t J O Olilce: In Cooper Bulging, over J. H. Miasiliier's. will I I SHALL, CONTINUE . To Improve My DRUG STOCK he was "tne most . tw w nn fnHiTe for them, and apparently none for us but to form an old maid brigade and start on a crusade to some of the far Western Territories, where '. sterling men are said to be plenty and women until it is second to none South of Rich iuond. My stock of CIGARS, CIGARETTES and Hon ol a poem stainless'of living commanders, and except in fortune, the greatest." 'An aneel's heart, an angel's mouth "Ta limnpr's. could alone for me Jlvnm well thereat Confederate South, Virginia hist, ana jee. The noble and admirable Virginian was indeed an ideal knight if any ever scarce. Is Complete. to their charms. Yes, his wife was m side and he was locked out. Mrs Cleveland was giving a reception, and Mr. Cleveland, unregarded and un comfortable, was kicking his shins at the Treasury gate, and wondering by what blind fortuity or act of human idiocy he was thus excluded from his home, unwillingly divorced from his own wife, and made to wait like a creditor or a poor relation. But at last somebody happened to look out iroma wmuow m u.c ,m and exquisite lines the greatest ot Vic- citv is literally and saw the luckless l resident, . t the Prince con. ' Ocf;moi i,,t irlm envied or 1 1 i ; , I lul - i iuvi c.ilii-i".' uiak. uviuvu. uaae uniocK me gaic dim ict mm f beautiful and immortal ded- -Bwi,wP micfiw- in the Divine economy Then it appeared that orders had been f mWV lb of the Kin to Gq whe one the Queen a series ot poems that is w,;n or may throughout the East, from Boston and Providence to Baltimore, Writes Tennyson : Richmond, Charleston, and Mobile, "How modest, kindly, all accomplished, wise, fi;hwatprv pvps. and comment on "the strike open the private doors of their points" of their girl acquaintances as chambers and enter silently into the tW do on those of a horse or a speck- midst ot the domestic misery; look the old men who had reserved million nf them into one. and thev tor their failing strength some re- ...... - - would not make a real man. And yet mainder of rest in the evemngtiue oi pENRY T. JORDAN, - ATTORNEY AT LAW.. NOTARY PUBLIC AND PUBLIC Admiuistratorlor Viincc Co f radices In the courts or vance Warren, Frautlln, uranvuie mm i enon counties, aud in the Supreme they are au-imporcanc iaciors ui uui uuu ""P11; 7 r f n.awa r.rirk . ' . . -.r1 , j j 1. iv rr. tK iirtivpi Office. In uurweus hrics UCSl 3UV.H.IY. i'U ntuuiut v-v-.-w...v-. j I . ' I ... I I .. i I A i n f U0, rf m nTP SUfldenlV "U"U1"B tl lilt 111 tin M It 1 IK III M AUtVAUKW I w m j.j j; f complete witnoui some i ... . ... . .- t r nchprc nnri ian anninnators. ixu Diasieu int." mw v-ht uc w.ctnnii to-rtav the amenianonoi m v . . . .... j i - , . f T,thrm- - ichAri nnri iri nam i v-eameu rcwaius UU.11 UI ICCCUllWIl 13 Lvmv.fc ii uiiuu, u uujhvu .- j -its hopes walked this earth. To him may appncu wmiYciy wu, lair mena nnus.iu i jusiu.uu! ,. 7. '.nM!BOftf fupm in fl(1,ir. Un.frhed awav in the same instant, at with more of exact truth, the grana fact tbat her proud and beautitui oia -t,orA th(, T;ht ti. e xri. I . ' i, . - i ish their snininsr. Dateni-ica.iucxcu once uic --0 lie lines uic .: Cltv JS nteraiiy overrun wun uiw , , . ..... A T n thP niteous heels, oniy less ngni a.uu ica.tuciy uiau aim suajjvi. a-.wvyn. "i' i The BankofHndersou N. C. aud HENDERSON, VANCE COUNTV, General Banking-. Exchange Collection Buinea. First Mohtoaqk Loans Negotiated on good farms for a term r-f yearf, in given to close the gates at 5 o ciock, . n,...-. series o rtoems that to prevent the admission of any more the most delightful in our language. TOBACCO 1 guests. Ihe explanation was sausiau- hut Brother Cleveland naa not I bve on hand ard shall carry a larger tittx k of Paints and Painters' good' than ever before. First quality groundcolors a specialty. carry at all times a nice lineofROYS- TER'S FKESH .FRENCH CAMJll!?. All Prescriptions and family receipts intrusted to my care will rnnivA mv nersonal attention and only pur, fresh drugs used ia fi ling them. In returning tliks to my friends and customers I ask for acontin nance of their patronage, and assure them 1 will spare no efforts 10 deserve it. A gnxl house, a long perienc, and ample capital, I can aud will make it to your interest to denl with me. Very Respectfully, Melville Dorsey. LYS SATISFACTORY EIGHTEEN SIZES AND KINDS 111 PURCHASERS CAR BE SUITED MANUFACTURED BT Km LSueppard & Co.,BaltimQre,Mi AMD FOR HALS BT J, L. H. Mksillier HENDERSON - - - N. tory enioved waiting And yet it might have been pront able to him for reproof and" instruction if nn friVnrllv eve had seen him from the window and no friendly hand had ended his lockout. These few minutes of impatient and angry delay, that surprise and disgust at finding himself shut out from his own house, should give him at least some sluggish feeling of the wrath and weariness with which the Democratic party waits at the por tal of an alleged Democratic Admm istration. And as hand opens the .gate. They shut out by negligence or mistake but hv set rairnose: and that is where the bitterness of waiting lies. Kememoer, Grover Cleveland, with what impa tient shiverings and stampings you chilled your jiose against the Treasury entrance to the White House, and what a fret and ferment possessed you to be in. Hear the Democrats thun dering away at your Administration. Bounce vour Mugwump porter ; go clown in your stocking feet like a plain Jacksonian, open the gates and wel come your Democratic guests, and order the bolts to be taken off. Order the band to play the glorious old Dem; ocratic hymn of Turn the Rascals Out! Then vou will have a pleasanter party than you have ever had yet, and they will make it pleasant for you. What is home without a baby? To iv :nrp it is a trifle annoying to have him draw charcoal sketches of six-leg ped does, and barn-yard fowls, on the parlor walls, and play polo with the bric-a-brac, but when he puts his little arms around your neck, and curls up on vour diaphragm, the' annoyance crr hence, and vou would give him the clock to play with if he asked fox vTith what sublime suppression of himself And in what limits, ana how tenderly. thr all this tract of vears Wearing the white llower of blameless life. Beyond all trifles, and a household name. Hereafter, thro all time, Lee the Great and tjroou. A Remedy lor Hard Times. forth gentle moans of sympathetic woe, Plenty of girls, lovely as ever . the sun shone on, but a panicky lack of desir able, young men. Only a short time ago the bright young daughter of an eminent St. Louis law ver said to me: " you mock thpir hends. to the witchinsr strains of children, delicately nurtured, whose ..:i A intoc Wi'thnnt them mir L,(t pv ptowh laree with wonder at I MUtnB offtiOU aud uoward.at 8 per cent girls would often-too sadly, awfully their parents' grief, must soon set m interest and to often be beauless, stay-at-homes the dimness 01 iamme; ami w all this, look forward to the nourish thicker than touch-me-nots in lentrht of sorrow beyond to the hard nwtir. narterres. or bachelor-buttons in est labor of life now to be undergone n,v,,H whprpfnnr-fifths of all the but- either in all the severity of inexpe- rm rl harhelors' buttons. rienced trial, or else, more bitter still, ww ic trt'Vu- Hnne? There is a crv to lie betrun aeain, and enuureu ior ww u - j - w - e ond Viflr n5 I ti. cpr-rinri time, amidst the rums Ol feebleness ot embittered by the and the same sad condition of things exists. Every ballroom and parlor wall is richly tapestried with these slightly faded flowers. The same complaint the land. tVSt-O VA L 11 ViU wAf J I ft 1 J ... ' . I frMn Tiimcpinnia rnrtif UinCinnail, lOUlSVllic, oi. xu, v --- :,Mm T mil .w;cKpH nnn and the hundred other municipalities send in tne y b " -1 1 irwVt Alir CVIQ I lini IIKIIllliriA. llUlIlliL3 I HI 1 V 1. 1 1 1 . 1 A 1 LL I.U1 V At the Bank of llei;deirou. rrr-M. n. s. burg w yn, ATTORNEY AT LAW IIEXDEKSON, N. C. Tersons dwdri'njr to w nsult me profes sionally, will findmedai y at my ( Cieefa Tne Bank of lienderson Building. social ohilosoDhers, pundits, advancing years, and panjandrums lor aid ana counsel, continual sung anu wum i feelinz that it has all been brought Must our American young women still about, not by the fair course of ap continue to fly to the arms of their pointed circumstances, but by misera- coachmen and lackeys, or waste them- ble chance and wanton treachery; ana p1vps on foreign counts and barons, last of c. EnwAitrm, Oxford. N. C. a: r. wortham, llendei bon, C. EDWARDS & WORTHAM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HENDERSON, X. v.. OCTer their services to the people of will at- an, louN lu m tndall the Court of Vance county and Wadesboro Iitelligencer.1 , Let every farmer raise his own pro vision supplies on his farm a plenty yet no friendly of everything, for man and I beast- Louts J Us a preparatory step to preside in the shattered destinies of those who have (e.H- are not making tnat nis nrst ana greater shops, or faltered under tne tnai ana sun. 1"- V"Z",,r."l .7r. T. i: .;.iMt;nn- and fhpn ct him raise inst airemiwis ui wiui tuu w.iu.w-.; . , . fo, Jn, , And then con- vi " - amwouuu, j i , . , i nnmf arouna ine nana uiii"-1 3 jcuuvtij w uvjh as much cotton as he can, without giv- style whipper-snappers, sn ps ang - nfckds? ifUider whether the hi ingalien. It cotton be a secondary -dudes and !ll0"nrf ' "f "Ihabod" is already written upon ed the poison into all the springs of fTnTirmnFTi crop-not the main dependence. No can we help it? There j are enty of so, New orW 1Ife one whiteless red with human DAY & ZOLLICOMER. man can buy provisions and pay tne uira . Uod its alorv is denarted. blood than that which literally pours merchant 20 to 50 per cent interest there is one re, , 7k bvmv emotions, I mur . 1 r 1 1 it if wpre nnr inr mem wer wuuiu liiiaai " . .... and save nimsen, no mauer now gicai 1 . - - may be the cotton- crops in the fall. It Nnany an entertainment mai wc ui ooks to us that every man, with i i-w - rv - , p. Donan. . t? : winiinT n spt m fianciui'. mat wc uut i r an iaea m nistwuiuui, -uum - - - . . . nvil's TjiIcp. Dakota utterly impossible that is. WTien- we enjoy- cut p q -rhp wat American North- see a man hiring negroes who loat one- wuu 1 .c.i WP!;t,the worUrs WOmanless 1 third of the time, and feeding to them tacnes tnat you --7 c,n, hnW nnr 20.000 arms of a - -. .aii- m-A lAvr i t mini. oliii w v v 1 rations which he has bought at least 25 every ::.an and welcome t0 feminine these the world's womanless wonder- . . -r . u i. 1 .4 hni crni nnias 0111 zo.uuu aiu 1 w. 1 Aiitc wnn f ipir 111 luuut . -- . a 11 1 1 wi of c- r nAtv vprc rxiir per cent, higher than they would have nome m . mc " " U,me and husband seekers from every cost, had he paid csh, vainly bop,nE - and clime the sun. Pnnucrri cotton at 8 cents per 1 nan inc time nound to accomplish the impossible veigle her" father or brother into es- Is your progrrame full, Miss Bee- r 1 z ...LIU 1 rrTtirtcr Viirr tn Tiarties and recDtions. 1 .1 C v .a nf a ta;k nt navmsr ior tne- summo muiui "uo . . 1 iictrusuci 1 j -o have been iniudiciously purchased and Younnu uro pi.tj South London uemsei, wu u iiir I cunivaiea. asuums crmqcrmi nut ot tne reiresnment iuow k! ma plenty of those brainy, jndon demsel t-ichlv wasted, we feel always like cuitivatea, aspiring - st nised out ot the re htm i-n't i lancma nf the I that you talk about, and I will nnd ith di Minlmcnt jD her eye Bible "Thou fool." The remedy for plenty of girls capable of appreciating an Qrder of dances" in her hand t;n, will Kf fnnnH in nliserv- them, and ready to drop all their reti- u pro?rarnme full I" said she. " . 1 . ... I r .nAlraiTv; ' fnrthMn'invl . ... . . -C nn J ine the suggestions contained in the nue 01 punwiuu.u, .u. had nothing out a piece ui - 0 00 . . . . .... I . T-vfT- front men T rnt I . . t .t trt. mdis-liime. Diiug v" ' - 1 nice cream, an iusi uuu . and C f iviMiTrjnri nf trtl; itm. flnd ; oil k kikvI Ktn tw:i- I out vour thoroughoreds. O ... . r 1 ,1 c-i 1 4 rllxnt-jnt( hut do ble by being frugal, industrious, ana one wo uu , - , In the employment of eyery minute in you know she had nonplussed me ? I the day.lt will not be noticed this told over all the masculine beads of year, but next year will telJ a tale of my society rosary; I took a lfghtning plenty. . calculator inventory of all my trousers- ward filling my programme, I can you. The lover who makes his proposals through a valentine, misses the pleas tire of seeing his girl blush. the hemlock into the cup, or guides the dagger to the heart? We read with horror of the crimes of a Borgia or a Tophana: but there never lived Borgias such as live now in the midst of us. The cruel lady ol i-errara siew only in the strength of passion she slew only a few, those who thwarted her Durooses or wno vexea ner wui, she slew sharply and suddenly, erabit the- file of her victims with no tvi foretastes of distraction, no proionga tions of pain; and, finally and chiefly, she slew, not without remorse nor ,;tvt Titv But we. m no storm ol nation in no blindness 01 wratn we, in calm ana cicar ana unicmpicu selfishness, pour our poison, not for a few only but for multitudes; not ior those who have wronged us, or resuc pfi but for those who have trusted us and aided; we, not with sudden gift of merciful and unconscious death, but with slow waste of hunger and weary rack of disappointment and despair; ATTOllNKY AT LAW, HENDERSON, N. C. Practice in tb coarta of Vane, Gran die, Warreu, Halifax, and Nortbamps UD and In Supreme anu aerHJ o-jurts of tbe State. , ,. , OrriCK In the new iiarru law uuuu log next to the Court Hucae. ieo voi BOYD, Dental Surgeon, BE3TDKBSOK, V. O Satisfaction guaranteed M wo,r pric m. Offle over Parker A ChW atore, foalnatree fob 4-a. 1UU can Hve at boro. and mak i inoro money at work for on. than t n; -U1d el In thU worM. iiul ti'jt KICK ail : Lrn Mm outfit and term free. &. Any one can do the w"fK: SfnTarfrom Art tort. , . - pj.iir nnti dir. f.m'n yoa nothlnit to w-nd a. Y hre .. rnn Will CO MO UBW, wc, last and chiefly, do our murdering, xl iuuett Co.. Portland. Maine,