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7,, ' ? l ! 1 1 " SALISBURY, JNT. C, NOVEMBER 17. TK71 i --
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is well supplied ivith
A large and elegant assortment of
i Pictorial or
suitable for all kinds of
' - ; ; ' -j Also
Finer and naore Ornamental Types for
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Business & Professional
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Visting, Party and Wedding Cards ;
College and School
(firculars of all kinds ;
fbt all purposes ;
nd Solicitors ;
ur anylhing else required in the
candidate for public
good, and its standing
and patronage improving. ., It is one
of U;e bs,; advertising inediums in
the BUte,kW offecs its facilities on n
lbeial terms as a ay.
LAND; FOR SLE !
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t'n Hte&SI'- .HI- 4
Urft ""." eon ine
H' 7 arringer, Age.nl,, Charlotte,
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Carina ttatr Ijman
J1.I J. I B RTTN P. T?
ffiitor ppd Proprietor. '
7 if ITr10 aavauce. ....$2;50
5 Copies lojone afdjiress, .
fa s. if i
; 2ne 8q&.ffirt jnisertion,. ....
i For each t.Unni .. "
rj . tlt.lt, . . . . dO
hi fc'n D11Ce8 fll be chrd 50 Per cent
higher than the ahov r
AC7!t ad NK'-Order'i will be publish
mJ ?ah rf with other advertise
8 50 12 00
12 00 18 00
8 00 i I nn! iinnonn
T ? -t -v VFV
18 00 24 00 SO mjnnn
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I The symptoms of Liver
complaint are nneawr.ew
iand pain in the ride.
Sometimes the pan in
nwnLj.l me snouider, and 10 mis
taken for rhetimatismi the stomach is affected
Wtth loss tit unrwtitD i.n1 1 1
Z ;v oiv&iicTW, uuwnn in
generatUve,lsomeime8 alternatintr with lax
aoaoMBk jicau 13 iroiiDieil
4 J fwith pain, and doll, hea-
WyB I Fy sensation, oonsidera
1 f ffcle ,OM of memory, ac-
'Mi i.n ia;Et:umpaniea with painful
flennation ot having leftundone something which
ouglit to have been dfme. Often complaining of
weaknew, debility, aiii low Ppirits. Sometimes
many of the, aboe symptoms attend the dieae
and at othef times very few of thtm; but the
liver is generally the 'organ most involved
Cure tbe Lijrer with j
j ' 1R. s SIMONS'
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a preparation roots anVI herbs, warranted to be
strictly vegetable, amf pan do no injury to any
one. It hn beep use by hundreds, and known
for the last 40 yers ap bne of the most reliable)
?theavTous apd hiramjeks preparations ever ofi
fered to thcsuRring. If taken regularly and
' r 'c"tl.M';11- '"ssurejio enre
1yspeia, h e a d a c h ej
I jjau n d i ce,costi ven ess, oieh.
iheadache. chronie dirr.
:hoea,f7eetionsof the b!ad
lAar .1 I-1
ii win ma hl
" "j ;iiervonsness, cnuis, dis-!
eases of the ikin.limpiiilty of the blood, melan
choly, or degression nf ciun't, 5
fWtwna rf lr Z 1 ... " . .
01 pains in tlie bbwety fpain in the htad, fever?
agU .pur, uMip;,: nous, pain in tne back, &c.
Prepared Nly by Jjl. ZEILIN & CO.,
p.." J !, .,r"ggi8t8 'Macon, Ga.
Price, $1; bf mail $lil
For sale by T. F; KLUTTZ & CO.,
feb ly I jj Salisbury, N. C.
NORTH CAROLINA, ? In the Superior
Rowan CouifrY. 1 1 Court.
Joshua Miller, Administrator of
J. W. McNeely and j
Mary IeNely. U
i laititms. Y Summons and Peti-
Against, J j tiou to sell laud for
win. . Jioeeiy v i Assets.
' and Acetiith Mc- f 1 1 "
Neely, alias Aee-f i
'pith Corriheri .
IXUhs case it appearing to the satisfac
tton ohe Courtnbat5Vin. B. McNeely and
Aeenith McNeely, alms. Acenith Corriher.
a'e non-remdnntu f 'th r v -.i.
Varoitna--ii is uiorvfnranH.uj ...vr:
. I tjnno tit Aturiu
, 7 h-vj I list, UUVil'
cation b msde in thVarolina Watchman,
O n A (XT nrn .v ...1 ) r i- .
, "'7p-4:k puoiieneq :m Salisbury. N. C.,
ioreix weeks succe86iyly, requiring said
ueienaanis o appeail iat the office of the
t,lerk of theguperior SCourt fr the county
of Rowan at th Ci.nrt H,
on Friday the 1 t day If Decwnber next, aud
answer the comnlnint V.f k .,i..!..p.
-Hi ?i ri "ipiuiu, urine
case will be heard, ear parte.
Witness, SA. Judson ; Magon Clerk of the
Superior CoB rt sail) j county -at office in
Salisbury, the 10th day of October. A. D.
11571. -I 3 r
J A. JIJDSON MASON.
Clerk of Rowan Superior Court.
vALDWEfct Count yI SuDerior C.nnrt.
Jacob A. Hise, fjonrati Hise. Mrv h;.
ThomasJFineainonllaqd wife Mahala,
Henry Chester and vlijfe Cery.
3 - lAsatnst.
Marvil Hise ElirabethjEmis. Leonard Ennis
iu flrj nunii, mtaint under the age of
twenty-one years. bySliheir Guardian. J. p.
VaV E))sh!Hisfhnd wife Mahala,
tmehn Hise, James Hise. MillrAnn
Hise, infiuts i under the age of twenty-one
years by their j Gulfdian ad Mum J. P.
Conly. i - H
In this Case it ianrWi ttis ui:...:
be made in the -CarJlina Watchman" a
newspaper jpublielfed i !the Vwd of Salis
bury, for six week, Ntifying Marvil Hise,
a non -resident defendant. tKi.t i, ...
the SuiH?nor courtf Clt-rk's office in Lenoir,
'.'aid well count v. viiithinlihuf
the complaint of tjie Plaintiff, or judgment
Will h tlztn rv Vvui -fat c. .... . . L:
vuiyifw a? II I til.
W itoessf Iw R, Waletield. Cl.'rk nf
Sa:d Court;:at officfe in lLmoir. tiiia uk j-..
of Sept. Al d. ien. ri '
R- R- WAKEFIELD, C. S. C.
4 L. Ii'' :.1 ft." 1 ft U I"" U UL V"lp
Axe, which is made with Extra Heavy Poll
aud warraideoMbr hirtyj;:0) dav.
1 nuhjM, BROWN 5c CO..
Importer and f holelkla Hardware Deal
ers Charlotte. N. R. II
Iiand Deeds. Trust TinnAS
Commisiione itteds, Sheriff 's
Deed Chattle Mfagages, &c.
A s 9 i :H o
S : g g
SPACE. .g I '? '
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if IB- o m
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SK.i 7S i "Sri 1 I 87 Kfi Am nr
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-&! WOiN DERPUL MAN.
A Lover of the Magnificent Nerves of
bteel A Logician in the BarrubksA
Hwratt in the Field A Votary at Ike
' e oj Mature The Envied of
Met. The Adored Women.
This old warrior aleeps the slecn of a
eiuier iu a ruue leiae grav over which
wis h u uiuiiumeni. ine craps was
growing aooot u in
the early summer
and there were come
flowers there, with-
ertcl and faded, scattered by a
baud. A votary at
the -shrine of nature,
and a finished diploma at tie court of Ve-
"""'jb 1UHt mere ehould be
Wgesseot greenigroWing gragf?es ai.d live
nowcrc. It roses are the tear-drops of
gris, KB wie oeajiiiiui Arab belief puts
forth poetfcy, thetf is ibis lowly mound a
j . Silt ' .
u.ijowcu spin, ana neecs not the ecalp
tured stone, die fretted column, the ivy
ana ooeiisK. ;
Magruder was ! a wonderful roan.
siofttt fix reet tour n.rU. i., t,.,;.,K i
- is.:: - T - j in ii:iu. aiill
had a totm envied of! men and bv women
.J- 1 .TT- ! ...
u.n u. ziis nerves tvere all iron. Foreign
travel and comnuhi upivp iiIih
given to his wit a zeijtt tbat was always
. . -
crisp aud sparklitig
He never lacerated.
To ,the sting of a repartee he added the
honey ot the cloyer.
He could tight ail
day and dance all uihL. T
a glass of brandy and a strong cicar re-
"V"! f eirengin ana caused tbe cup of
his youth to run over with the precious
Htne ot health and: liifll Btiiritu 11.
lovtd magnificeut uijifouus, niauificent
horses, magnificent rulers aud magnificeut
Gifted and ffraceful in pnnvarau I inn Vi
was a net in the boud.iir and
the harracks. He had studied F reni'h in
Pans, Italian in Rome, and Spanish iu
the Hall of t?ie Montezunias. The sa
bre exercise he leLirntid f mm a ffLr Til..
horsemansip was of the English kind
tuaE-itf to say, not gleeful but impoBi
bieo be surnasstd lor firm t'uiino- .rl
endurance.'. He wrote l:nl lnv.. Bn.n.,
that were set t mbic. one ot tbm
lmo-rene." had in itiibo 1.1-iir.tivo moi.v.
: i- ' - uj i ;
ly u a lover and ithe sad rvtbm of ,..? ,1
- , j
lii the Crimea he astonifiied trie
French e.fficers byj ' sleeping at the front
with the chaeuii uiUler fire In Mexi
co Je sent back to thearchbishop a lady's
pet fumed glove lie had found ii his pal -acv
when the cityjws won, and with it a
note which reaii : ''1: is pretty enough to i
i.ave i,c-lo.ig.-i to;a Queen. Would she
have paidomd me if 1 hud aj.piopiuted
11 V. c"tne :chbii-h!p pent him therext
day a brisket of delicious wine, it is sup
posed that the lair owner of the glove
imist have looked li. iiiintlv u.. it .,
handsome American teoidior. Later, and
he was riding with den.Scott down the
Jong street of lturbide. Gen. Garnett
joined them, and ,Magruder diew a little
back for his superiors to confer together.
A white ruff of
an open window, a sudden report follow-
ed speedily, and Garnett and- horse fell i
i?: ; - V-X W U If III LU
hard and bloody, j An ounce ball, intend
for hcott, had broken Garuett's thigh,
and killed his charger. Fearing another
fire, Magruder galloped to Jhe side of his
v.iu auu coverea nia body with h s own
wh ins own.
no uiu luau b eyes never droj
his voice changed an illLiitl:! t inn
1 .... .
mi itiij. now
rong win intake you to batter down that
house?" he spoke curtly to Lieutenant
Magruder, pointing with a sweep oi his
.... ..w . .1 ... '
pointing with a sweep oi his
rone nearest, and from which
ame. "At, ho'ur by the watch,
"Then open fire at point-blank
leave not on 1, ..... .
uoger iue on
the bullet eame
general." "Then opeu fire at point-blank
..r, uu leave not one stone upon
It w done, .nd ll A. ..A ...... '
who .aw Mag,ud,r Twrt. .
ttced that he ImrJ . imntlr i.;
epaulettes be bad beeu made a captain.
. r --.wi.Ma uai VJU UIB
"ar waa bis element, the bivouac his
delight, and the bnl IlitA tllti.of I. ......
riess. Besides, prodigal, fashionable. l,ol-
isbly brave sometimes, a sptndthiift.
generous, a true friend and staunch com
rade, the surrender at Appomattox made
bim ao aged man ii. In i
wrinkled his featorea. i... k.
resisted all the attack of tl
One Who Wandered ifr .,.t ...:.t. :
him in other lands, in Z T:
.1 . , is 1 "v. ctiipiiiii y
weather, relates how. frntn V
, - - k"...iriuiii I
, c,- - , u. .via t 1 u LOt
lIi ami lie nee. h won '.-;. 1. r n I
- 1 xtii-i uuer an
. ,.v uame neias ot tbe Mexican war.
a lie tight came back to his
ai. never enriw! nf ... j
iV& ool and Worth. Smi.I, ,.A
- - . V MIII1
1 Uluw, Taylor and Qiiitmam. and all tho
ruoiiroinate,- , who aftervr.l-
plajed BU. h blood v r.,,.,. 4 .1... " ' "
of Atnencarr drrn "l "iT to Wat'I'o defeat, and that
L-nsau una mc aent ataon a thouwand rm.
! . . " " luuusana . 1 he !
U.I 1. . ' t.vy,ci
nre xmuj the bill of Chauulte. :
ta.rible. Fiftv nh-- nf I.; a" .
! w. massed 4aiust m y 4 . TV
;point-blabk rang" all " ;
fbelow iegiJe.a of Uwelt f
L..i.cei came nearer; 1 eaiUd
! ..sr w 1. La i
P.jra.ig una, ulii.g nm r" "r . i
,N j. 01 jre lj
h uteu tnt.
ll..gui,1.eiiu,LlloU,!,r pwcen. Ali I
, . . OllfjrV,
JVorth was sweeping up the acclivity, the
Laueis were routed, and the next I saw
t Mc;lellan he was-smoking a cigaretto
iu the palace of Santa Anna, his fact as
black as a powder keg, nd au ugly
wound in his arm. I
E- ror,,i A be battle began! ,Sw.- !
W hat aLcok his life would make in
tbe hands of some men. He once intended
to write an autobiography. Whether it
was begun or not, we dotiot know-most
The brave fond heart Is pnlWlees now
The form of the stalwart ...Idler is duTi
biitsfar.w.v The N.lVuTb!
irriaimy . it was never nnished.
Tu i i. re::
he aibe,ed mUT''' V"
nd gen. Bac i lie STS
no voice wdl come to tellof what rank he
takes in the spectral columns, closed ud
and ailem, wafting the resurr'ectn dayP
which assimilate heaven, d therefore
is he foreordained t
death. It may be late fa .".S
bivoucs ire righ cold ld d'arV we
know, for somf, buT afte tLe
nioming, and after tL igtny
L . "J-".T " Bwiruing revelatione jf
offic,al dlfhoncsty which the last few
monitis nave made, compel thoughful mjti
v s ior uie reason and tbe remedy.
During and at the end of the late civil
war. it w us eailv men t ... i:
' oi uuunc
ucuiomiiiaiiou wouia be tire inevitable re
suit. All wars beL-et surd
Alt wars beiretauch M.nMn.....
to a greater or lees decree. T il '
tries, eo seducing are the opportunities 6f
O - VWMU-
gviimg Krtai weauu, by dishonest means
. , . . I.I i . .
when the publich mind and the govern'
meut are so engrossed as to forbid cau
tiou, that thousand; yield to the temjta-
ti.... I. I--... 1-1 m .
x i is uoi utJiiKtiy that the excite
uicnts and nnnurtuniticB of thr tim..
a a - HU( o
brought out bad men. who
- uu Ui V I -
chandizc of the iiecenitifo ..f tl.a I.
and fastened themselves and their para
sites and friends upon the body politic.
But there is a greater aud more fearful
cause ot con uption than the opportuni
ties of civil war. We fiud it in the pre
valence of and power of that r.l t
party spirit which puts party above coun
try, sees no wrong m what is doue by one
paily, and ad mite no noihilii v nf ,m,.A
in a man why belongs io the other. When
mis state ot thini'M un wj'U o.i
n- (..V...1C, auu ttur.
ai ty obtains -so stioiitr a h.,ld in a
or a State, or a Nation, as to be confident
of pel maueut possession of power, some
of its members will become corrupt,
abuse the power for their
incut, and plunder the public treasury.
auu bo uiiguty is lhe power of nartv
epiut, that mtn nill read and hear of ex
amples, and rt gai d them as true onlu
when they come horn the othr-r si,!-
1 hey see no wrong at the door of their
owiihons-. Iu tins almost omnipotence
of party spirit, we fiud the rtasou of po
litical and official corruption. Human
nature is wek; the Led of meu need
watching; aud when poor wfak human
human nature is trusted aud tempted, and
a sense of peifVct security and impunity
prevails, away gois honesty; the cukio
tliau oi the treasury becomes ihe thief. It
has been so m all ajjts and countries, and
, 1J,mf ,f Bniment, and is
T ' a'ld eLalul1 true now iu
r. 'er or any where else.
TheVemedy is ohviou. batr r " I. i ,
not 4uitc inapplicable. All the luedicine
in thHe univers al not f?T
who refusea to swallow a. The remedv.
on, r foTm 0J
government ia au'ch a .ULti n o
.r,..wi j..,,. 1 . r ,. l , 1
as will hold iu ciicck ratjacious. unscrunn!
, - r-
lulia 011H . . . ... I:.; p.
s u7t the nulcit f , i A A
" ' , ioT ,uPtQ
f" Le.ti0tlel,l rtl P7
f ,Q 6''"'S d of this country
u lbe ProiP "ga bf corrup.
lion. It ma i.li. ai..t.. . r . i.; "
,. . . . -' 1
',I-'1 .omaim,-. in view of
Uul l- & .!--
pe,,cy- -l here are honost meu enough to I
tiau p.ople of this country ai ujuny
enough to save the land Irom the thieve
that are now sinking or holding ouice.
Bui they mut act in conceit. They must
assert themselves. , And they must not
be so long about it as to allow corruption
to have its perfect work. N. Y. Observer.
x us v z iiiai . lj 1 a 1 i
Tnn ttv T X W j-v i
"' U1UA U TIIE- OPPO-
The results of the recent elections will
go tar to convince all reflecting men that
1. r. 1 ii, . . c. .
w ao uer-ire to get the counlry out of the
n. ... .a. ..Til- wft .
a 1 - v ia v l AIC
party take the field with Democratic can-
w i 1 ul win t?u i)i win. it 1 fix 1 1.........:. I
'aia'. .u j:. .7. 7 . .. "
,uc "'cna are mat it will be
. ir . 1
DOtnoiid fur uimil.... ........ r.i- ...
. .7 V1 ?uf J'-r-
t ,ur-e wuid drive back into the
H 0t Kepublieau party all the
-al men who are now striving to or-
Whi " - present ad-
opposition that lie scattered thrdu"h
rrrr;n aid er'b,u'r,'J 'H-t
. , 3" a' e"blt' " ,0 "rry ll.o
- - 'u ft 1. u am 1 T I" 1 T ll' 11 ' u rk r
.t-ic it. i.uie snoui; I 1Z
------rf . . V. . ..I... I M I ' I ' I T . A -. , . . . .
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in 1SG9, and if it will enable u lf... . . 1 ? f
i. w.i. t
. -ftv it a Jiii.i tniiMfi xl i.irt
adopt it 1ltichmoiid WUa.
As it respects general habits, a parent
A r BAA pu.. 1 I ft 1
v.... Ptrceiy ieacii a child a more valua
ble art than dispetch without bustle; nor
MA.P.A . I ft ft. '
.k-p-V I i - ".,c
that values his time culti-
ilaable one for himaelf.
j mu any one mat va
vatf a mnrc valuable
rI-J' World, Not. t.
UVMJiflw" CALMER ON MAIt-
Therels arvareeable prosDect of brfi,.
S e T 1 U
SerfSS H lhe io
7, , " w,fc' w neir ownseetwill
nnapp, y the issue cannot just vet
Uon 2 G
of IUIwSl and pirSipJS ? lrl1?'
G ehlJf k!.i, 6 , one of Mr.
2'. tK SS. hi
. " u. uov. rainier
tomake diligent inquiry into the circiim-
n S' ?ro Chicago
' therein concerned rniy
i r : ? . roui mw fit
he great fire nu Lh.cago to proclaim mar.
ual law , that city and autho.ixe a cer-
uin resident thereof to raisea regiment of
n g.ment warworn into
ce. Bing put upon duly
il orders to halt and then
cr of this command killed
ou the nicht of th Sfi.l,
he U. S. service.
nth the usual
w. f .m-.m vvuiuhuu Kitieu
-nr. Grosvenor on the nieht of tl. on.i.
uJt. 1 he sentry obeying but the orders
by command of General Sheridan, it r.
he vine km
MPn P'egan Phill as urimo mownh.i
lb Pui,t of killing rests. As Aimt.
I J a I 1 . . v -
. De.M?,Ifl y Governor Palmer the
I U Itl'HI IIIII W M ul ...
""""'j'" cane a nre occur in
o 3 y ...an otSc-r in the V
Mates m Urv .rvi. r.- .L. :t " iT
- - in lilt: i j
I..: ? . . c rK,u ;w
p.....u uriniat-iaw therein and blow
ut people's brains. The answer which
will be made to thia n.,o-f?n K..
i. not doubtful, and" it i: ,
- iMviciuin wilii
which to-day presented in R.k n
ininoiBcamiotbedarkcned wiih an anra-il
enactment. In the place and in the person
the issue ih unencumbered, and tr.fm h
- - uiiwi i ii in a m nirtPfii1.i... i
n-ell known snirit of fiwp..i "uIj:
?afelV be taken f.,r..,.l.a;:: ":nr'
- m i I win ue
prosecuted with .ibilirv anl :...t:
to the hitter end. Sucb a
been long needed, and in P.n V
we are haf nv to r..; ,U I.VV
of a chief mai-tr,t, . ' , "
i c .. "J
over the State iU urtf..i . . ,
"c,"r . ana
t .n injury to even llio l.uml,!.... -f l.i.
cans.-. Further Mill ;.. r:.... i i ..
.-per to y i -,0D,l.me MniT;
agreiatleat ibis time. W- K,, - iL:
-....Id bo looked no. a, were Governor
Hoffuiau's efforts at the time of
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WIV IllVaSlOU OI Ihlrt nlv r
i ".. 7 V,V "'
military infinite tl.... .1.- -e
i'ciion, as Ices an ionoi knn.. .1
tuau IUC mOLUpiIllga OI
mere party spirit. Being a staunch Re-
puoucan Uov. la mer can nmA in Ui
outraged law unhampered
: i- . . 1
Li - T" . l,n- Frm lhe natme
f.P?ltcal persuasion the Democrat
""-V 8J!U".Q ll,m od "
1 mit try can ue raiapn t nmv.ni . 1,
bJ 10 P'"1
: . - k'visu. iucu
Republicans of the Stale
"'t' c iu tuts plain matter of th
" " a5..C
are ot tbe same oninion
CrUc fe,,ow cilizc,'- R other State.
Gov. Palmer may also be sure of an Vonal
unanimous support le people at lige
are wc of ffi lbijJ XiLot
,be bavnt.... . L I"5 . Tf. ,f
z' p.-.. a ooum-
iii uiaic ixvuii u c i rkct nthi.pi ...
ern MHtPit-mi ...... i;l .1 .1
.l,.;.nJ 7.. .TV.?."
-M - tusii
".io ,Ta, W '!. m'e
- . u."
a.... - w
fever in New l ..ik and
of violence if our health
mere is a in re at
author tiea aetk
to interfere ; a Hit; desolates Chicago and
pU r.-ii'rlii pvut. .1... 1 U ..t i i '
citizen dead in the streets. There is too
mi: ucieii tit a. tuiiSEPt hiia
luucii oi mis. 1 Iiese P-nitl. nu n i.. 11,.;,.
- e .1 : ii.i . ...
are the hired servants of the people of
til A IT r- .
D " . I
the U.lited Stales tln-Jr
guard the fiontiers, to garriton the forli,
. . ITT . . !
uueiuera is u I
10 convoy western trains, and protect
iiuiiu. eeiuements. ttlitu thus employed
we are not indisposed to feed and l..ihi.
and pay our military as our civil servants
1.... 1 a "I
. , : .iiuuiu mil ue
ann nnl naH t. I...... .1 t 1 1 ? I
UU1 lien HHfn Uln-ru II1..L .1..... ,1 ..... I . I
. v. t .ucic iury suouiu, wneu
the bordeis are I. ft df.., U,. ,l .1.1
I : fJ . 1 I 1 " 1
Lf . UP" llm b' Bf,0ie ciriI "1
. . ----- ii 11 i4JC puiiih;jmfni i
' oiuip uroiesriinu are
above th I tv . il.... :.. m: .
. .... , .w(. , tui!l(itf ttS lu eTi
TV Stul.. ihu - j .1 . . ! 1
quite enough to maintaiu order aud pro
tect life ; and that this impudent asuertioti
of force upon every occasion must cease.
, uc tunniiuita autuoriiies are
m T1u' lree J,la,iti9 1 Amended.-
J iie L. gilature of New Yo;k amended
the act ot 18C.9. i.. r..l-;.... ... .. :..-!.
i -- f p..iiuig
ree. lo,,gsle of the public highway, y
hat ,l now read a follow, : Any in-
habiunt liable to highway who .ball,
transplant by the uh- of ihe public high- !
ai-y forest shade trceM or truit treesi
of suitable rze, .ball be allow,, by ,l,e !
overaeeia ot h Khways ,n abatement of hia
il'irhway tax. one doll.ir f
trees set out ! hut rn. ,fU.. 1. .11 1.
. . !
Iu''!lt' or "'b'f f.m-.t Inc. nearer than !
.. ' i I, " uu lrti 8 aujt aJd L :
set at leat fifty feet apart; and no allow- j
:"fli? m",,1,io,7t;d' h?" e made, -
...... 0 rut... trs eiian navt re n set out
the jear previous to the demand for said
ia ana are living and well
protected from animals at tire Umc of such:
rom the Louisvill. r.u
?A3? lX THE AFRICAN
uuiiuii AT LOUISVILLE-
chorch we'r;; 'T.'uc p" r.ih
Just then . .i . v.
Le the W""?. W "'"S
"? be PPfJjid from hi.Vst and
aaid tbe floor ws tiukinr
door, T(,e clttk"
( , r -v
panic Btrick ,1 ........ .
j.. i, , "r" m lerrtbie and
deadly rush was made for the door. TK
!m Hocked, and the n.r
fw': ffrw-r - AIM by
kib . p,f irom tb kn ot what,
S0 10 J. "d pufl at each other,
d ln tf KerneM ,0 escape he-
! hl them smed the
?gni Pr.ang op jult in the door, and this
r '5 Mt? the crowd and
PT u d!h k,,dl n persons.
"?.a lDe wounding of 75 or 100 nth-.
I i i nnrn persons.
"nd he wounding of 75 r ion .i,.... '
I irorre cauiked h s
rm, . I - wv tit I 9 .
doorway rendered the crowd behind more
Iranlir inrl il. . ... . .
over tbe nartitiont ... ... .r .r.
. iMir-n inmi.i.tfi . . . z .
,,: ' T "tt iiieviair-
way, falling Unnn tl. 1,- r
- - i i - .t ui tuuie De'
iu me weaker were
i 1 ufiu iurn nmn - 1 st r - I
U . . U - -, -y.cu,
wpBMeii.. i,,d bod ea ol il.. ..
er. Women at d children i
men. .h. Z U.. tv""ro"f
. . I . r .'r,ucu m go"?, nd
Z. ."".'"Rf confusion and death,
i uiirnr ii iifarriariiA a..... i
m," 5Tl, I!! J',ne" ome who re-
i tv MtAdaa ? v j rt
were broken ,Ci and the suo "
d.,(,r- ...A J- "nU lUe .str0I15
. " rru t the bot-
, . " " "'TT" M lm'USD had
i uveii iriass, t
is: j: . .. 1
1 7 "f,.!' T? 'ock, the
,1.1" ,1 ."T ?"e wi.a?w. fcd bn.k-
w.,lu: l0t,r ds and tore
irT ! u lDC ""lu de of the
vituicu me J.lboratnrv of I)r 1 t t
i OI ur- J- 1 Har-
ui aiijoius tliow indo- , l.i.k t
fir, ' ... : , '" 'lul
,i . . v u ipoi.s saved
.'.,7 S "
i i J . . . . . .
The iLrA.. r, J "a"d
- ' iico ud iciri iui,
I i v,
e,?t or -en deep, and a mA nf,..k-.J
..i:. t'. . . -nvU
: r" ufS""Bi numan nemi'ii Itino- i
Mr,),lt uf theddor. Policoru.. t'...t, 1
I II 1 v. Auiltltt BIIU
3lll,n j"1 r h' at' ooo came to tbe
I ' ""u enceavored to -nrai il...
kmi.. 1.... . . ' .
.Vsist, Z I t tU ,or
in. ..d7 "rI' ! w" -ned
1 . ' .. v t'iura carnp ru. iin tn
. 1. .1 , . -"h
T u ' ?,0,d b " eager crowd
I . .7 v rr. vji course Ibis
.b"d -....ion. :
..--...r i:u urps. ui course this
n as their Demo- n-7 7 "'V1? "element ensued.
From other States ihc hot d Udder company, bowev
k r . cr, soon threw their l.AA. 1 ...
Cr n tbrw
frnt windo,ri "
disabled bodies W
inrtw. meir ladders nn m ik.
nd the frantic people were
tbe ladder. 'l'l. .
. . .. ,, ..." r ud uue oi
1 w removed Imcn lu from
of the door, and the dead and dying were
disentangled frbm the fatal vestibule.
t.rrc or tour dead and wounded were
found outside: th. d.r 'ri i.-.i
from the bujld.ng only to be trampM
I . 1 . I. "uiemr. 1 nose
-M- . .uv.qmu oeatu outside. Those
. . 1 ""rvu "mmri were Irentied n
. t:Qurtt !tur- Tbie one wished
i . - nui-. nuiup
10 rcucne a cl.ikj. another a ife. anoilr
l,uUl,d H"oltj r a 'r or brother
.1 j "
11 UP fu.fi-r i .
ILe caf-r. cdrious rmwA j
. vuiiouo rrowa also nrt
T cr,twn" U(i fqueexed around the
doorway, and it reoun--d B ii.
.. J , . . I""-
" 1,;. UVreXU
1 ,te u? f ,ew humaue, self
.1 1" i . " rumim 01
cd gentlemen jto keep thm off.
Finally tbeiftiaM dieutaii!rled. and
it was fou.d ibat
LUvefi had been Killed
nil risk) . I....J 1 II . .
-'b,,ii luietj oaujv wounded, and se-
.. ... . .1 . -. .... ct
-uvc or oee Hundred a iebtl iniured
I 6 j mjureu.
The timber lout of which mm nf ih.
. j - v. tut.
tanchest supptrters of the administration
are made is muguUrly illustrated hv
rt-ct-ut trial lira .New Hampshire court.
i iu ew ii-.mn.iiri. j,.h
' , was.
bowe years shice a fellow rejoicing in the
"": " x-iovriy uujings lett fjoncord for
!.l,c...i. 11 . . , ...
,uc owum. iatJ oaa oeen, like so nunv
i .1... t . . '. '
w lue 'oremosi pnuantbropits of N Kne
land, first' a peacher and theu an officer
of negro troop, and finally bloomed out
aa a law miker and eontitntion framer
away off iu Florida. Of the ree -cstruc-liou
convention in tbat State he was a
leading member, then couuted himself in
i.- r T- , ... ... ' -'"
iuc i--iuiBrf, iua filial y received the
approving .ppidaiuent of po.tm,ate from
Mr. Grant. Having ia tbte d wTy"
.craped together ioma dirty money AH
Reverend Colonel Honorable l'o-Ja.ter
Liberty Hilling., revisited New Ilamu-hire
last minih tot:Iaim the cuatody Ntf i e
da ight. r be lU left for .orue Vear, to be
.wiiti tur wv uer uiiiernai f riiiii..-.r,t.
... .:i 1.. . . ."7T
.i.oole to bu bin off. llow?er Ibal
t..ntly on the r defence fir the little child
Billings, they! said, was not a fit person
to have her jit, charge, and out of the
mouth of a large number of witnesses es
tablished the .fact. The court held Mr
Oram's aukerVut an improper custodian
of his own oft-pring, and set him away
to ftiI, fnnh mtlVm9Di th g
- w.v. ,i r irui Iim l.-.l ... J.
sunny South by enacting Uw. for ,u
people of Florid and upholds in hi.
poitoffice the dignity of Mr. Gralt'a
ra.ni.tr.tiou of the government of ibeso
United Bute.-A, y. World,
AGRICULTURAL FAIR AT DEN
Who would have believed that io tla
mountainous climate of Colorada, where
toe tnereurv fills o j t. .
, - - w " 6- www xcro
in winter, one of the Urges t and beat
fenced fair grounds, with eotniDodkms
DOlIdinrs. has hrt, nm.UJ .k t. r
m these L ntted States. Tbe Pacific Jlu
ral Press of 8an Frantueo trlh that
xe tw. mih from tbe
Uty of Denver, coapriaing 0 acres of
land forming perfect qre mrrond4
by . ob.t.niial granite wall eight feet
uten 1 up imnrmrmu..!. . j .
large pavilioo lulls suSciest to bold 850
Jead of bovine lock, ail extensive sLda
for $hte? nd A grau4 lUod. at
Trat erected this year, two
,,ori h,f h by 34 feet, and capable
of aeatinr 2.000 wrsoria. Th 17
of seating 2,000 persoos. Tbe first story
- ...uvru iuiu uooiua ana aiatng saioons
and the tecood is provided with seat
overlooking 11, and armoonied by
gy music sund.
The pavilion devoted to agricultural
produce presented a surprising display
f.r this portion of the - Great Aiaenco
Desert," evea rivaling Califamis, which,
u is said, has do rival oa the coatioent
for veretable urtxlatinna fL.'..l j.
i - l .VIM UUUI
of cabbage weighing 50 pounds j onions
of immense size t nicir L.I. u.it.. 1.
ixe and yield the famed beeta of Alvara
do, averarinr 140 tona nr ir.
rtse pouters yielding 600 bulb la' to the
acre, raised 00 1m nd ir o tw .
, . . " - 9,vvw IpT,
above the sea level were among the teg.
etablea exhibited. Some of these poutoea
weighed six nounda. Krr nUm. p...i.r
eight pounds, turnips weighed eight lbs.
puiopiini, rauea witbout irrigation,
150 pouuds. A 8panisb cucumber meas
ured four feet six inehc. Th. ..!U
J,1!11 iplendid stock. Mr. A. Wilson, of
lopeka, Kansas, exhibited 43 bead of
sp.enaid tbororough breds. Large pre
miums were awarded for the best staj.
lions, the best mares, and the best speci
mens of other frm stock. Agricultural
implements of the 1
. . aa w v .;
cumed a large space, and the minerals 00
cAiuuuioo were in great and varied dii
play. It is Said that .lnAw TT.t. J r
lbe Dutriclof Columbia, has decided that
the U. 8. Constitution undoubtedly se
cures to women the right of voting. This
apient decision will U reviewed by the
Supreme Court, where iu absurdity will
be promptly exposed.
We claim a hirh ordr nf -iu
for our country, but we have attained to
if.il.p. IM. .i ! . a - .
uK i.ke mil, w it ten u a fact in Ger
many. The Minister of Public Id. trac
tion has iscoed a reacript to the subordi
nate authorities enacting tt io aJj ut9.
ly-built schools space of at lest six
square feet shall be alloud to each child.
A deputation of Americas ia Paris
waited upon Mr. WhUuDe. lbe Ameri
cu Mtuisurr,and presented hit service
of plate manufactured by Meaara. Tiffaay
3c Co., as a recogi.itioo of his a it ices to
his countrymen during the siege ad uo
der the Commune, lie deserve this tri
bute. With a firmness and coorage which
tew, if j,y, foreign ministers exhibited,
be stood at hts pot through all ibote try
ing acenes, and faithfully served his coun
trymen and his country.
I tit said that iu England, tbe extent of
laud covered with trees hs increased for
ty tbousaud acres iu the last M yera,
and tree planting is eneouraged among
landholders by liberal premium.
The moment any creature ii found
curled up tnd rhivering, there is a loss of
comfort which coats tbe cwner mills and
e-ut, if not dollars and eagles ; aud it is
far better economy tn K...,. ....i, J
give them eura teed and care at this sc.
Examine the root of fruit trees near
the aurface of the ground. It gum exude
the grub is certainly at work under the'
bark. Dig it out at ohm. RL,.m -
b" . WOT.'... J UU
ance to see a copper colored substance
"UUIU8 iue stem oi a appla tree,
borer may be found there alao.
Spare no pains ia beaatlfybg yovr
homes and imnrovinr tha mada tK.i 1.4
Repentance without amendment (a IIV-
contiuaal Damuiur in al.;n
. r - n piuivii.
stopping tbe leaks. Palmer.
Every heart has iu secret um t.:k
the world knows not. ami ofintimM .
call a man cold when be ia onlv aaJ.
TruthfulnMa ia a . r l
acter ; and ir it be not firmly laid io youth
there will alvava K w..w :..
wvi w i iiviic is voar
.- - "
A schoolmaster reinil v tnlTmA t..
pupils that the ft-miuin mmnAmw .k-M
be applied to all vessels and slips aloat,
except mail steamers and met. of wax.
Th" latest extract from " VI.. T l
about. Farming :" Catch youx butterflies
late in August. RWi it.. A. ti
o - - " TCUHl
11 11 . .
ut- ii jou would gel good, pwect,
By the 15th of this month telr
COIamuniulinn will hm nnMiJ tyaun
this city and Mexico, thus giving us in-
t . m
lormation eacn mornicg oi a " greaser '
rtvolntion to match tbe martial law pro,
clamations Grant is presenting tbe daily
breakfast uble. Homemade and foreign
Mexicanixatin will ihn be had in oca