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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886.
For Thb
BY ELLA
Lines suggested by the proposition
Yes, let us build then: a home,
Our defenders, so gallant and trtw
Let u.- ivar in srotitudtr donu
?--f-t jwiftl! ! ; !fii:-ant to vii".v.
Let'i i-nrrf ii1 it uiih !n am! with flowers,
Ph.-ii". v:it;,s. . .! f.i'inti'ins ami nook?.
Let 11- iv il. wi.is 'in Nfv rfi Imwvv:;,
Let Us ..Viix i;i.;,0!. it, babbling brooks.
We will make it a lovely retreat
This home of the true and the brave
With comfort and pleasure replete
And the banner of peace o'er it wave.
We will place on the velvety sward,
Statues of Jackson and oi Lee
Ah! there's left us no other reward .
For their efforts to render us free !
We'll hang on the spacious walls
Other heroes, both living and dead,
Who rushed to the bugle's calls
Who freely their life-blood shed.
For us, their mothers and wives
And the rights of the land of their birth
They gallantly periled their lives
Deeming them of little worth.
i ALL RIGHTS
JUST AFTER
STORY OF
Written for The Weekly Sentinel by Eleanor M. Jones, oj Neto Berne, N. C.
J? Author of "Miss IAttlejohn."
CHAPTER XXIX-
The summer is gone, never to be re
called this side of eternity ; what con
solation in that thought.
Belle is ours for good once more.
Whatever she felt, concerning her
husband's proceedings, no one knows.
She read his brother's letter, but made
no comment to anyone but father, and
he has not revealed anything of their
confidential interview.
It is more, as if brother Phillip was
dead. We try to seem natural, but
there is a saddened air even about the
furniture.
Belle, to me, is wonderful, for she
must be either wanting in feeliag, or
her power of endurance is capable of
great strains. Her countenance how
ever indicates at times, the presence
of deep feeling, and the exteut of her
suffering.
Wherever her husband is, we do
not know ; occasionally slips of paper
come to ut, telling of his general
health, &c. We know that Mr. IJer
rick fears his whereabouts may be
scented through an open correspond
ence, hence all this secrecy.
I can see with what aversion Belle
receives even this intimation ot his
existence, and I feel what a blessing
for us all, if death would only come
to snap the hateful bond. Sometimes
I wonder that she doesn't sue for a
divorce, but perhaps there may be a
spark of genuine feeling lingering for
the father of her child, which prompts
her not to desert him entirely, while
reduced to such extremity.
Perhaps pity actuates her, but if so,
no word, for or against him, ever
finds utterance on her lips.
He might as well be dead, nay rath
er, for then there might be moments,
when she would revive his memory for
his little one, but now an awful shad
ow envelops it, and the tiny child
seems to comprehend its dire signifi
cance, for she has ceased to praftle
about "papa -and granny," asking
where they are, and when coming?
It is now September, the termina
tion of my vacation I do not dread to
resume my work, for it will cause me,
sometimes at least, to forget the terri
ble ordeal of the past year.
My surprise is great, when I learn,
that Belle, without the knowledge of
any ot the family, is engaged to teach
in the Public School, and commences
her work on Monday.
I feel confident that Joel has assist
ed her, as he is one of the trustees and
I saw a note the other day to her from
him, but felt it might have reference
to her husband, in a legal way.
I should like to know if she ever
recalls that afternoon by the whortle
berry bushes, and if so, if her pride
doesn't feel considerably humbled
now, when she appeals to him for
help. Verily I know it is humiliating
and piiy Ler from the dpth of my
heart. Perhaps, this trouble, is the
one which Joel predicted will bring
to view her noble traits, and wipe
away the dross.
When we demur,
feaiing that the
confinement oi tne scnool room may
not agree with her, her reply is, "I
am no more too delicate to work than
Priscilla, and you don t object to
that." so she has her own wav. and
gains my warmest admiration by her
uncomplaining perseverance, in the
fulfilment of her duties. I begin to
see .capacity in Belle, of whose exist
ence I remained ignorant so long, and
I now feel penitent, because I enter
tained thoughts, derogatory ' to her
ability, and I find that the time spent
at fetaunton wasn t quite wasted, since
the seed were planted, which are now
producing this fruit.
Somehow we are beinsr drawn closer
together of late ; more like the sisters
we ought always to have been
nave out-grown her in size, and can
no longer fall heir to the laid aside
garments. I have also grown to be
her equal in worldly wisdom and ex
perience. Beaux have ceased to agi
tate her weary brain, alas ! to her sor-
Sentinel.
c COOKE.
to erect a ''Home" at Raleigh, X. C
I When bnliiiuvd Vy the loss
Oi f-ghtji i'nvy held o dVar,
J Hint. t. maintain they scorned the eniss
Ami everv ;irtiilv fear. . ','
The Ibn rieidnl strife is endel ,
And now our mingled tears fall.
Ab oVr the viaves, in sonow landed
Alike, with ilovvers we stifcv.- them all.
Alike we deck the "blue and the gray,"
The true, the gallant and the brave ;
To each grand hero, honor pay v
For only love should fill the grave.
And now our veterans, who have borne,
" The heat and burdeu of the day
Survivors, of dear comrade gone.
We'll care for you, while yet we may
Yes, in this sweet "Confederate Home"
. - Your lives shall pass in peaceful hours ;
And should the angel message come.
We'll strew your honored graves with flowers
And in our grateful hearts we'll cherish
Fond memory of your worth :
A glorious fame that cannot perisli
Immortal, though born of earth.
- - Written Julg 1885,
RESERVED
THE WAR.
THE SOUTH.
row, they have played a mournful
part in her life. I think I am wiser
to have chosen the old maid's fate, for
whatever of wedded happiness is de
nied me, at least, I shall escape the
pit-fall which my sister's marriage
brought to her.
The fall of 1873 passes away, and
Christmas comes again, and for the
sake of the little ones, we make a pre
tence of merriment.
To our astonishment, about ten
days beforehand, Archie drops in
among us. Archie, shabby in appear
ance, care-worn in looks, bearing the
testimony to his wretched, dissipated
life. There is a hunted air about him,
a glance in his eye, that seems to de
fy detection, that agitates me. What
if he, too, by right, belongs to a dun
geon. O, Heaven! will the clouds
never roll by ?
I inquire about Delacount, and at
the detested name the old-time shud
der seizes my frame.
His face darkens, but he replies
carelessly, that he hasn't seen him in
some time. He says nothing of re
turning to his former business, what
ever it is, stays in-doors a great deal,
and is, to all appearances, perfectly so
ber, so we finally are agreed, that our
prodigal, tired of riotous living, has
sought the shelter of his father's house
and this of itself is sufficient for us to
make merry, and be glad at our fes
tive season.
Even Bell's face loses something of
its late serious cast, and resumes a
faint trace of its former joyousness.
The tiny mortals, just learning to lisp
the name of childhood's reverened
friend Sata Claus, are on the tip -toe
of expectation, asking Auntie every
moment, "Is this day Jvismas r
lhus iuesday before the eventful
day, which falls this year on Thurs
day, finds me head over ears" in work,
making and baking, and eternally
scolding until I know my feelings will
not be in accordance with the harmo
ny, which ought to prevail at the
blessed Christmas tide, but our valua
ble assistant Hetty has travelling
upon her brain, says, "Miss Belle
done talked so much 'bout fine places,
she want ter see some too," so has in
formed me, that she must rest, pre
paratory to leaving for the North
Christmas week. Aunt Peggy happi
ly can superintend, but lacks her
youthful vigor, so wishing Hetty would
post-pone her excursion until a more
convenient season, 1 am in the great
est extremity at the non-fulfilment of
this desire.
At nightfall of this eventful Tues
day, rendered so by various and sun
dry attempts to supply the vacancy of
the efficient Hetty, to the disgust of
my methodical self, and the by no
means1 sweetening effects upon my
high-strung temperament, I resort for
consolation, after many conflicts of the
tongue, in the use of which I consider
myself highly proficient, to the com
fort of my life, and pour out my com
plaints into the sympathetic ears ot
my ever-attentive piano. '
1 am all alone in the house at this
twilight hour, as mother has gone to
carry some delicacy to a sick neigh
bor, while .Belle has undertaken to es
cort the little girls to their first party,
and chaperone them while there.
As my weird chords float out upon
the air. breaking: the solemn stillness
around, an awful foreboding of coming
evil takes possession of me, and with
one last- mournful ! tune, I bring my
performance to a close, then turn, and
good heavens ! confront a stranger,
hat in hand, standing in the door.
"Pardon me," he exclaims, in Leon
ard's own tones, "for entering so un
ceremoniously, - thus frightening you
but I knocked repeatedly, without
success, and finding it decidedly ,cold,
without, ventured to turn . the knob,
which readily yielded to my touch,
thus boldlv admitting 'the intruder."
Ok
he has shaken my hand, and actually,
in his old boyish style, addressed me
as simply Priscilla, thus entirely ig
noring my 22 years. I think of this,
and feeling it incumbent upon me to
sustain my dignity, being also stimu
lated by pique at being taken so by
surprise, as to appear ill at ease, sum
mon aU my dignity of manner, learn
ed in Philadelphia, and in a truly icy
way, return his cordial greeting, by
hjpi.ig Mr. Holmes is well, &c. -
A certain ill-concealed look of dis
gust flits across his face, provoked by
my air, no doubt.
Now as it has always proved a
pleasure to me to be at cross-purposes
with him, since that memorable at
tack upon the day of Aunt Priscilla's
arrival, I feel somewhat mortified, at
beholding my intention, of impressing
him with the fact of my being no lon
ger romping school-girl, thus taking
effect, so from that time, until mother
finds us in close conversation around
the cosy fire, I manage to say nothing
offensive, but, by dint of perseverance,
gather considerable of his life, ' jour
neyings &c, in the old, word.
Certainly, mother's greeting must
have appeased him for .the Tack of
coidiality in mine, and I likewise felt
relieved, and glad that it should be so
since he is in our own house.
Putting both arms around him, she
embraced, and kissed him as if he
had been one of her own boys; re
marked upon his growth, (he must be
six feet) and even complimented him
upon his improved looks. I can't see
any use in thus making a lion of him,
adding to his stock of conceit, which is
no doubt vast enough now, if he re
sembles his sex at; all. She finally
concludes by eliciting a promise to
make a long stay, which he says will
be ten days, which she remarks is too
short after such a long absence.
When Belle enters, she likewise al
most "eats him up," I certainly am
disgusted, for not near so" much was
made of my return, so the more warmth
apparent in the manner of the others
towards our quest, the more frigid do
mine become, until I find myself an
object of intense scrutiny to him ; in
his opinion I must be a peiplexity.
tie seems trying to ascertain it 1 am
the same person he once knew, or an
entirely different specimen of humani
ty, the like of which he has never be
held before.
Realizing from his behavior, that
my line of conduct has again taken
effect, I descend from my stils, and
deport myself naturally, and thus do
1 act during the whole of the first ev
ening of his stay, fluctuating between
formality and cordiality at a most ri
diculous rate.
When my tired head finds rest upon
its pillow, I can't say, my behavior, in
review, proves altogether satisfactory,
especially in the light ot hostess, and
I feel perhaps the others were making
up in the pleasant naturalness of their
manner, for the lack of it in mine, and
contrary to Archie's often-avowed
opinion ot my self-appreciation which
he said, "never saw a flaw in its own
conduct," I become decidedly peni
tent, and fall asleep, resolving upon
an amendment ot my ways.
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Leave Fayetteville on Mondav-s. Wednesdays
and Fridays at 8:15 p in. Shoe lteel at 6:00 p ni,
and arrive at Bennetteville at 10:15 p m.
Freight and Passenger train leaves Faj-ette-ville
daily at 7:80 a m., (connecting at Sanford
with Freight and Passenger trains to Raleigh),
leaves Sanford at 11:80 a in, and arrives at
Greensboro at S:40 p. ni.
Leaves Greeimlioro daily at 5:00 am, leaves
Sanford at 11:1. am, and arrives at Fayetteville
at 2:40 p.m.
- . JOHN M. ROSE.
J. W. Frt, - Genorai Pass. Agrt.
General Sup't.
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. I have
had fifteen years' experience in this busi
nass. Perfect fits, latest styles, and satisfaction
guarranteed at reasonable pricas. At H. L.
Shore's, opposite Fogle Bros.' machine shops.
Not. ll-5t , Mrs. 8. E. Welloss,
Salem, K. C.
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