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(iliehonlricr. :mri mis-
tikeii lor rJiciiniatisiii, tln'lojnach is :t(!i-, (eri
with Iohm of jioi aite ami sUknt'ss. hov.tls in
y 1 1 it .d h it i v m n i ,u i j 1 1 u ,m alternalinj; with lax.
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vy M'hstii ion, consiilora-
i ii a rm.ww! g'-"iii.anuil with pa in fl;I
njnaiion ol having Ii ft niirioiu- somethinj; whk-h
otixht lu liave lecn rione.' Often comj.Iainin of
wewkuessj rieha'lity; ami low pints.-, SoaaielimeH
; uumy v( the nliov eviiipionts atteml the rilscak;.
nnri at otlu r timeH very iVw ol'tlu an; hut the
liva-r U Kiera!ly tho-oayan aiiost iuvolvetli
Cure the Liver with
a prrparal ion' roots . -inri h-rls, warranteri to he
.ntrMily-vegHahle, and can do no injiii v to any
one.1 It lt;H heeii ucd hy hundreds,' anil known
'for the last 40 year as -one! of the 'most reliable,
fflSeaifiuus anri harainlt ss jin parajoiiH over f
i 1 frrt-ri to theu.Herjny. If ja'ken Vejr'ularlv and
MTMMetiUv, it is sirre to cure i
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Hcgulator. Hi iealm he, rlironie'diarr-
tn.er, yanip aysenterv, af
f.Hlmnsol ll,r ki,nrva iiervo'isiicss. cIiMIh
ra-es ofllic skiu, impurity .,f the Hood, nielaii--
triioiy. or (i',n s,,,, t, spmis, licarilxirn, eolie,
i-joim in mo irowfij, pain in !hc Ina.l, fi-vor
Ki n'iie, iiionv, boils, p;U!) lh th- liaci: t:e
. JVepare.1 only l,y J. II. ZKIklX CO.,
f l M neei.-ls, .Maeon. Ga.
Price, $; hv mail ?12).
For sale-hy T. V
K I.tTTZ & CO.,
Salishury, N. C.
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MIIil.tONH llrir Trsl tinony to their
; Vnlerful C'lil uii t v Ellecta.
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tr- MiMliriiiiMiiiMlc from t!i Siit ivp nmt Herb ;
I otfllrV)n,iii. free from nil Atoiholic Silmu
I Thij nr. ii. (JKF.AT lil.OOl) I'LKI- i
VIF.Kmd A Lll K avi.(j IMJIMU'LE,
r1 r.moyiit,r mi l l,ivii?nr;itur of tlic Syfenu :
vryinsoir ,, nmt t r nml rioeai iiij; Um-MooJ ,
t'i a hotUthy con t 1 1 inn. No i'in can tnkc tlioc Bit- i
kirlihir l iin, ii.,i,f, mul rmuin loiig uiiwi'l!,
rilKt ihvir Uunux mo nr.t iiMi,.jr,t .,y niincrut
4m0 ur other m.uK, aiul t'uo viul ori;uini u.sU'tl
l tSp )v,,m) (,f rri:tir. - ,
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Tom!. nmM.-.V ln, iilwi. tlu(.erv,lk.r..iiiprit i,f :nin ,
M Hwo-ful Kpfnl in u-lu-titiK t'..l.'-ti.n cr Irll im
jr of lSrJ'.pr. lind all the V.is.-il Di'gnua.
riB FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in y.irinc or :
Iti. wwrio.1 orlnn.-. t tlicauwti of wmiilixxl ornt
U nirn ol lifiv IIIickw Tonic nitter have no equal.
Vmr laflamiMaiory nuil liroulc Khruina
ll4ta nid (.!, lprpiu or I Hdiift'Mlou,
HlllaiiN. Kwmlltriit n nrl I nf r ritiltlcnt Fr-:
fr,i )iriiM'i oT tUr Itluuil. I.ivor, Ii iJ.
)! KhiiJiIrr, tln'Kj )iiin-i s l,;ie kx en n)t
orcrMfuI. Much Iitnr4 nr-cmusi-,; by V ii ialrtl :
UlooiL. wttii'li pifcitiu'fally proluoi ii hy tii'i-suifuicnt
DYMrnrHA Oi; ll)JJF.STI(, nai
br, Faiatn tl, ShouU r, Coii!i, Tiqlituci of the
Cant. Ihiain-.: iir Kructati,in of tt St.imncli,
Bt Tame in tha Mi.i:h. Hilions Attack-,. l':,lnMi,.n of
tli rl.rt. Iiitir.btiiittion of the Liuiy., I'ain iu tb-i re
f afOiM RlJlt) ami a hundred oth.-r painful yinp
tetna. ar lb oll,rfnif of UysfH-pvn.
T- lunCor j tlir .M,iinf!i aud stimulate tin; tor;i.l
lir and IKiwcjla, inc!ij if-turr tlicm of uiiciunllea
KUacy in -luamj; Ue llUl of all imyui -itios. auU iin
partin aew lifc aiij visor f& thal, ! ayitoni.
I rUK H.lxlS l I SKA jSV.S, Kru;.t ions, T-tior.alt
Rlirarn, hluUari. SiS.t. I'iuii.Us. Tuktulc. IJoiin.'car
(unrlr. 'Cini-W.rnHr.-,jM Uia i. Sorr- K.os t-h-r,,Mw
f th Skm. of kl,ul.v - imm. or ,ml,,rv. n.
i7".f d?" b9 f""' rarr"V ",t '"' Vtirt in a ahort
brth. uot Jh.iM-liiit.M. Oi.i- hot 1 1,, in ,11104
ra-r. SI couvioco tb iui)t incr.tiiloiol their euia
lacllMua. 1 j , . c
iflrannn tlia ViltlKt JiUl -.hnovir yon find it tra
oritlea hunting tlirouAl tfa akiu ia PinipU,
iiaaa ar &r ; ctt.ioa lj wlirn j-ou AjxI it etatrttrUd
! luih In jtawl veinlf; clanaa Ii trlita it U foul,
nJ yaui fcflina tolil you wh.-ti. Kpp tUo l.l,)od
. and t1. hi alt v of tl,k avutr m wilt follow.
lt a. Tape, ami other Wormt, lurkins In th
- WiU if o nicny tIjouHttiiilx.ar? etli'cluallr tlcstrorea
4 renf.1. J Sny n .1itlncnili-,t ptirsioloirijt.
1. -'' -11 ln'lii-lli:.l upon tlie far, of tin
'iV. i.'': " "-' '"I't from "tn i nre of
ItwIlTif. nt nna" ,h -iealrhy eteruwnt of th
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..i .r ,',iniii.rai uion mi,-,tn,H.'ur.iinor
3 lvi!",yv,,tos,,!, ,b-t ,t'1'-' I'vine moiwtpr of
tbiai Wttir" l" fr th0 bJ'liila troux worm
wALatEK.I'rhi)ritor. tl.ll. McDOJfALD it CO,
ar-.!r. a f 4 eommrce Strwt, Nw York.
-0LI) BY .ALL' brttuUISTS AD DEALER!
Chat tic Morfcn-nrrps.
M Various t.ther Llanks for sulcjore.
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is well supplied with !
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A largdand elegant aortriient of
CUT ILLUSTRATIONS, &C.,
suitable for! all kinds of
Fitior niil inore Ornamental Types fik
Business & Professional
Visiting, arty and Wedding Cards
: .1 I
: College and School
Circulars of all kinds
Tobacco Notices and
For Clerks, Magistrates
Or anything else re
quired in the
as a newspaper,
s a candidate for public favor. Its
circulation i good, and its standino
and patronage -improving.' It is on'e
of tho best "advertising mediums in
the State, and ofiera its facilities on as
! liberal terms as any.
Save yoilr Wheat & Oats.
importanI' notice TO FARMERS. '
An nnportani discovery td prevent RUST in
u hent and Oats. If the directions are careful
ly fblltowed and; the crop is injured by rust, the
money will he cheerfully refunded. AH I ask
as u inai. xTeaarca ana lor sate oni at -
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for all purposes ;
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'fa lii pinks
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July i j Salisbury!
I . MR. iI?Drron t Herewith enclosed yon will
-v:mT!i iruw, yuu win piea-e gve puitucation
.1 Wolr that this ruaxirn had lcen ohserved
cii iii iirr. urtm cimuuion. iy auetiiiiug to
1 ' iYours truly, .
F?u wish to secure the
! 2.1 If you would avoid bringing
5 '. i
i-y i,v -wjipuu uujong, pay your
'J3.Ifjbu are anxious to get a
pnct joTjyour goods, never delay
; ;4.Ifou wish to obtalji such
'juuu, i uu amy 10 p:iy your aeuis.
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l 5. pjf jjou would remain on terms of friendship with those you
iiauu uiui, pay yuur ueois.
4 6. If you would avoid embarrnssinir others iwho are dcDendin""
uponi;iie;settJemcnt oi your account, pay your debts.
7. If ypw wish to prevent mistakes and litigation, keep your ac
counts welt adjusted, and pay your debts. ;
8. jif$ou wish to aid in the circulation of money, never let cash
remain by you, but pay your debts.
9. If you would do to others as you wish them to do to you, vou
ought to pny your debts. 1
jlO. If jyou wish to stand clear of the charge! of lying, and mak
ing fase excuses" pay your debts.
-If you wish to pursue your business with peace of mind, pav
32.' If, in the expectation of death, you would like to leave your
affairs in a satisfactory condition, pay your debts.
13, If you wish to do what is right in the siirht of God and man
you must pay your debts.
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14. Should your debts be ever so old, or should you have " ta
ken the benefit of the act," if you have the meansVou are not a
just'mdh unless you pay your debts;
To enable you to pay, adopt the
ing platci or splendid furniture;
be careful as to speculation, and
your means ; never aspire to be a
&c.; haye as few about vou as is
cious character ; be careful as to
ivith others : avoid all law-suits :
Letyjur food, living, raiment, be plain, and not cpstly ; avoid
expensive clothing, abstain from wine, and all intoxicating liquor,
never keep it in your house: do riot sink your capital bv rmrchas-
well to the accounts of your customers : brinir up your family to
economjland industry. If you observe these things, you wili al
ways bcrable, with good fortune to pay your debts.
Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the
University, Jan. 9th, 1S72.
AVsorcThat the President appoint n
corumiiteekf three who shall
1st. Ascertain and report the amount
of each debt of the University, to whom
due, and tapon what tcrma it may be
2d. Ascertain and report tlie kind, the
condition, aiud the place of all the property
and funds F the University.
3d Said committee are authorized and
requested to confer with the Altitun of the
Uuiveraity jand ascertain and report ujon
what vunus.aaid to what eent they may 1
bc indlicexl to come to the relief and unp-
port of the Uidveisity.
IliBCxelleucy Tod It. Caldwell, ap-
pointed Alexander Mclver, V. B. Rod-
man and R -F. Lehman, pursuant to the
quest a general meeting of the Alumni :
iof the University on Tiiursday the first
day of Eehruary ntxr, In the city of
Raleigh, foJthe purpose of norganizi:rg'
the Alumni;Association, and responding
ito the foregoing resolution :
W. A. Graham,
D M. BaVrfngcT,
Thomas S. Ashe,
S. F. Phillips,
It. H. Battle,
Will. II. Battle.
C M. T. McCauley,
Kemp P. Battle,
B.; F. Moore,
Rr F. Ltdimau,'
John W. Graham,
James A. Graham.
W. C. Keep,
W. B, Rodman,
J. A. Gilmer,
L. B. Waddell,
Thomas A. McNeil.
- I James F. Taylor
The Atlanta, Ga., correspondent of the
Augusta Cltroiihle and Sti-tifil tells the
fallowing story : "The 'woman's right
act giving! it wife a' cause of . aictiuti
against a pa)ny selling liquor or anything
elsfc to herij ihusband while drunk, and
allowing ttifij proceeds of the fine to go to
Uie wife, wag passed I he most notice-
able comment evoked by the passage of
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wic uiai cameirom w uit. Anderson, the railway on the south, t he convicts all
courteous and popular messenger ot the j wore their new uniform f f Zebra r'tinjs.
Senate. 'Now said Whit., 1 can afford 'and presented quite a refreshing and uni
o get married, for uiy wife can easily que appearance, to all outside members
support thejiainily on the fines I will of the, different "Rings," which have so
bring her.' , frequently, for the past few years, excited
j. A dufiotis set of chessmen has been de- j uinx'h speculative admiration and finan
vised by a Munich sculptor. The rival ! c'al interest, iuour coramuuity. Sentinel
Kings nave assumed the shae of Emper
ors Williani knd Napolvon, the officers or
i a a
the one; 6tde bemjr statuettes of
Empress Aiigusta, Prince Fritz, Bigmark.
iUoitKe. ocCijioii tlie other ol the' Empress
Eugenie, Thiers, Gambeita. and the sue
esive leaders of the French natioiit by
permissible jknehronism all atryed in the
same army i The pawns represent the
Various charterislic features of the hostile
armies -f Ulilans and chevaux legers
being opposed to Ttircus and gardea mo
biles. 11 '
SALISBURY, N. C.; JANUARY kc 1872.
jdeiise find one of the best max'im'extant, to
graii, as it deserves to be banded down to future
;., ..;,-,' . . .t
years no, our beloved u Sanny land " bad never
my request, you will greatly oblige
reputation of being an honest man
disgrace upon the religious par
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good article and Ibe Charged a tow
to pay your debts.
credit as your business may rc-
following advice :
have as few parties as possible ;
never extend your trade beyond
shareholder in banks, railways.
convenient, and none of a suspi
lending money, or being hound
keen vonv Imoks noKt.wl nml lmA-
HORSE-RACING AND FAIRS.
The Boston C uHicatoir poakitio- of the
annual tueetinir cf the llumnden A-n-ieul.
tunil Society at SpringnVld, Mass., says :
'The Society ii now neailv SS.O.OOO in
debt, the result of the manart iueit of the
Springfield Clot), who built the grand
ftand several years ago, and shouldered
the expense upon the Soch ty. This hag
occasioned great oppositiou'to the Club,
which culminated on Wednesday in at
square fight, in which the f.itt-hoase pr-
ty,-us they were c -lled, were defeated."
It is high time that a broad distinction
were made between t-porting clubs and
agricultural societies, and between hoise-
races and agricultural fairs. Tho uiiion
of these two diverse, if not antagoniaKic
elements, has been the means of btrang-
ling what is good in associations for the
promotion of agriculture and kindred
mirsilILS. lireeflllli ivif ...li,,i erw i nm
- w . . -. . v w -'
spnere of farmtn-'.
reasonably bu doubted whether it is mo
ductive of any good; it is verv clear that
it is productive of more evil, it the morals
of the hum in race ate of any account.
llors' -races are gatlierings for black-legs,
and they a-e no more within tho raup;e ot
a farmer's legitimate pursuits, than gamb
ling. We do not at a'l believe in ming
ling things than are so opposed, and the
; f irmer will have reason to rejoice, if the
day ever comej when agricultural fairs
thall again be made what they ought to
be, and what they once were. We may
express the hope that tlais subject will be
discussed in the winter sessions of agii
' cultural societies, and that they will de
, cide to cut loose from such evil associa
' tions. The result of the Hampden Ag
ricultural Society's departure from fann
ing to horse-racinjr, may be an extreme
case, but it is not
ai strange one
The work having been stopped for tl.c
present inside of tfie stockade at the
State Penitentiary, about fifty of the
convicts have this week, been engaged in
irradiiiy the venue, from Hilishoro' street
on the north to the Temple of Lotc and
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Jones was so absent as to cam ana vis- .
it a inend whose .uncial he had attendedH
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fie was ioucn surpnstu at ins: ; trai, ic
collecting bimseif, said, "It is true fcnoug'i,
for I was there.'
A lawyer famed for cross-exarhinir.g
was, on one occasion, completely bilenced
by a horse-dealer. "Pray, Mr. Tatter
sall, you belong to a very honest profes
sion ?"-- "I can't eay so," replied the
witness : 'for, ' saviug you lawyers, I
think it the most dbhonest going."
I) ShfaVit V. ft ' 't i
. , . -"rvv- ' nave maoe some
mqqjneg aw to ihe cltaractcr of the wit
nesaiand the charges upon wkich a bill of
tndicf mtnt wai i found agaiut b Schenck,
i-q. of LIucolnton, and ascertained that
tt.was amjrepcliiical jh rsectkion. Hi,
J.otehargea thai Mr. Schenck participated
in any violence, but that he was chief of
the coajny of Lincoln when the offence
charged in the bill were committal. An-
uerason Uavi u tl
he main wiiue-, and
.lr Vil.. I. .11 i .
'u uai He was the chief. Th credit
due. tp thu peijured wretch may we'rrt.
od byjhis character. He ran c V fru.n
Lahlwell county for stealing a trunk, t,d
since then has been convicted of stealia
a plow and imprisoned lor it. There are
now thiec; presentments against him in
Lincoln county Superior court for larce-
Thomas Hope is but little bt
1 O ft '-l.l
swear, that Mr. Schenck told him "to
kiii, and not whip ; for dead men told no
tales. This can be easily contradicted
by credible witnesses. ThU II....n
drunken, lawless man, who was promised
pardon fur his many Jua Klux crimes to
swear to this falsehood. Hone, while t
Raleigh as a witness, was accused by a
negro woman, with whom he was board-
nig, of stealing a blanket, and tied from
the city with the police after him They
had the warrant for him and hu
by taking the cars at night.
i-ucn are tlie low, base means resorted
fn. imnuirn the rharctr r.f
- gk i , uiii-uii-ii.
Mr. chetick has civen the lie t tl.f
above thargrs in his sworn testimony be-
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Hue uie uummtttet at WishiiiErton ( itv
Charlotte Souhern Home.
A JEWISH LimiAlTFlX NEW
In New York, on the 10ih instat.t. a
i are (olleclidii of i.IJ books, constitut
ing a library of Hebrew and Jewish lit
erature, was opened, with appropriate ad
dresses and congratulations, in the lecture
room ot the Temple Emanuel. TL
colectiou formerly belonged to Mr. Fri.d
crick Muller, bookseller, of Amsterdam
and contains about three thousand voH
limes., The library consists of Bibles.1
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.crguiicai and noinil.-tiial works. 1a-
mud and works on the Talmud, casuisti
cal writings, philosophy, theology, ethics,
history, biography, bibliography, archie
olocy. criticism and several otlu-r .livUinna
A large jart of the collection ij' in
Hebrew, Latin, German, Dutch, Spanish,
Portugese, Italian and (irtek. The edi
tions most commonly met with are those
of enice and Amsterdam. Anions the
oldest works are some remat k:ihh L.inL-s
produced in the first halt" a century jfier
the invention of printing. In the clh-c-'
ti ;i are .-ouiu curious old manusci inta.
vol y interesting as specimens of Hebrew
writing. This library is open twice a
week, Monday and Thuisday. faom two
till five o'clock. Admission free to all
ersons over fifteen years ot age.
In a discussion before the Little Falls
Club, Mr. A. L. Fisher stated that twelve
years ago he drew out 3,0U0 loads of
muck, and applied it at the rate of .r0
oads to the acre, pulverizing and mixing
with the soil. The result was good ciop
without further cultivation. Two years
ater he drew ont 4,000 loads, and applied
it at the rate of 100 loads to the acre,
srpead with a plank to which he attached
tongue to hitch. After taking two crops
roni the land, it was put down in
meadow, and it has produced at the. aate
of two tons ner acre ever since, thouirh
before the application it did not yield one
ton per acre. It did not act so quickly
but was more lasting. llurul
An old farmer, in the Gtrniantotcn
Tehyraith, says "the practice of coating
the bark of fruit and ornamental trees
with whitewash, is one that cannot bu
oo severely deprecated. 'I he obstruction
if respiiatory organs and oiifices, wheth
er effected by the applicrtiou of while-
wash or any other adhesive material, al
ways acts ;:s a fruitful source of disease,
and in time-proves fa i ail to U;e tree.
When the Ink becomes lough oriucaan-t-ed
with m ss, it h uld be cleaned by
md washing down
witn a rolut'on ot polasu or soda in
waiter, affording siuoo'.hness to the surface
without obstructing the pores."
Every marl who owns a piece of land
should plant tiees along the lanes. It is
due to Lis children who are to come atter
him. It is a beautiful custom iu Germany
(o set out oue fruit tree for every child
bom. This is the special property ot the
child for whom it is set out. lie protects
it and cultivates it, and as he grows up
he looks upon his tree as a twin brother.
A feelinz of affection and veneration is
thus engendered, and a love tor horticul
ture hastercd and promoted among the
When a carpet is taken up to be clean
ed, the floor beneath it is g- in r l!y very
much covered with dust. This dust is
very fine and dry, and poisonous to the.
lung. Before removing it, sprinkle the
floor with very dilute carbolic acid, to
kill any poisonous genu that may be
present, and to thoroughly disinfect the
floor and render it sweet.
Said Pope in a letter to Swift : "I am
rich enough and can afford to give away
.ClOOayear. I would not crawl upon
he wjl,ioUl do; a ,ltll3
m ,ejlgurc of H
tjoy ine pleasure oi wnai i give
by giving it alive, auai seeing another en
joy it. When I die, I should be ashamed
to leave enough for a monument, if there
was a wanting friend above ground."
A child, hearing that hi mother
had lost a long laV3uit, ran home and
said, "Dear mamma, I am fo glad
yon havodont that nasty' suit that used
to plague you h 1"
' 1 1 - -i
AXDYJOlX$ON ON GRANT.
urani, said Mr. Johnson, as be give
the fire a vigorous poke, Grant is en-
iire.y aosorbed m m-Jf. He is bent oo
having another term, for he is making a
fortune oat of jus office, and don't want
to give it tp. I Atont" fonr years more
will finish; Lis fortune, if it don't the
country. He ; is the fi fflt A Enir in I'm.
sident wLo," ever trietl the cxpetitnent of
getting rich in filer, and he wants to
make it a success. It is humiKatiog to
an intense degree to see the higheat offi
cer of oar government grabbing for ricLe
like a pawn broker. If the country is to
beafflieted wid hiro another four yiars, it
would U well to find out how much tao
ney he wants, and tak it up and give it
to him. Let hjm set his figures, and let
din peopl she! out the amount; and, if
possible, stop tfie bribe-taking, offiee-sell-"g
and hortc-pecu.l.ting propensities of
this little whiffit." '
Fred Grant Sailing on the People's Horioj.
" Why, sir, as time advances, this little
horse-jockey gets wore. He either has
no brains at all or else he is lost to all
sense of dtcehcj perhaps both. Twenty
y ars ago for h President to have tcaV
his SOU oli to Etiro'te .-it tl
- - - g- - - v f aJ V l a V A
penue would have shocked the country
like electricity, The principle of the
thing, the feeble attempt to ape fjrrigr.
court customs, is damniug. What right
has Fred Grant to gti to Euroje at Gov
ernment expense any more thau you- or
I ? Who is Fred Giant ? The sou of a
worthless horey jockey President, tduca
ted no, attempted to be edacufd, at
Government xjrei.fe, aud now sent
off, ou the Staff' of General Sherman,
at full pay and mileage. Why, ir, it is
a clear and a monstrous violation ef law,
and that too, by a man who has sworu to
protect the laws. It is deliberate and
premeditated stealing fr in the pockets of
the people. Going on the staff of Gen.
Sherman ! What business has Gen. Slur
man running off to Europe ? Why dou'i
he stay at hoiqe and attend to has bu?i
ness, if he has got any, or else resign and
go at his own expense T The whole thing
is a fraud and a swindle, and illustrates
the evil times into which we have fallen
"It is not enough that th national
horse-iockev fclitu!d have, his i iilire unrlli.
less family connections saddled ou the
Government from A to 7. like io many
paupers, but hi sou must daaw money
from the T reasury to go to Europe on a
pleasure trip. Twenty years ago, it would
have been as much as a President's offi
cial head was worth to have attempted it,
but now the people iiuiellv mbuiit close
their eyes, and mutely allow themselves
to be robbed. ; It's a small m itler, I. -it
tliere is a great-giincip!.; involved. The
people have burdens enough to bear wish
out having all 'of Giant's o:thhss rela
tives pensioned upon tin ui."
The While lln use as a Healthy Plate.
"I see, Mr. Johnson, that Grant's ex
cuse for.beinj away from the seat of
Government so much, in ilmt the While
Jlouse is not healthy. How did you find
! " Not healthy ! Wa 11, he mmifest a
Strong inclination to stay in four years
longer, if it ain't healthy. Why, my
health and that of my fimily was as good
there as here or elscwhne. He makes
that an excuse'- to shirk duty and gad
around the country with gamblers and
horse-jockeys. '"?if-bis pay stopped when
absent from his -post, n it ought to do, he
Would stick closer, and we t-hould' hear
has about chills aud ino!-qu:!o-s 1 sec
t estimated that he Inn travelled gome
fifty thousand miles .iuec elevated to the
Sure the Trees A bill has recently
teen introduced into the Ohio legislature
to eujcouragc the planting and cultivation
of useful forest and timber trees. This ;s
a move in the ribt direction. The use
less waste of wood throughout the south
is a scaudal to our civilization.
An Irinhnv.u, liictting an ncjuaint
4;icc, tlius :u;-t(il him: "Ala! my
dear, who do you think I have ju-t
Ik-en speaking -.to? Your old friend,
Patrick; faitiiland he i- grown s
tjiin 1 hnrdlv knew him. T lo sure,
Vott arc thin a rial I am thin, bul he is
tliincr than Wh of us put together
. A sick iun was once told by his wife
that she would probably marry again if
he died. Well, my dear, I hope you may,
fair there certainly will he one man on
earth to lament my death !
' "Doesn't tHa lovely scene animate
yon?" asked Anra of her. lover; "No,"
he said, nothing hut yOu can Anna-tn tip
me! Oh, say yr 9 my darling." She did
say yes, and hjs cup of animation was
It is a ain thing fur you to thrust your
lii'g r iu the water, and pulling it out,
look for a hole; ii is equally vain to
s Oppose that however taige a space you
occupy, the world wdl miss vou wh
tbe world will miss vou when
KEEP IT 11 EF0 HE THY. PEOPLE
that the grand jurjf f Chester ennitj.
South CartJina, cowjioacil of half nh'tttt
and half Uarhs,. hare eondrtunut thtit
cf tltt President i and declare that "Tin:
ALLEGATION CpVTAfMU IX THK J't:o--UMATION
OF TJIK ritfIDKXr OF THK
USITKl) STATKSAKK riTIIOLT 1IXIA-
Here is a rebuke, says the Bthiaiore
Evening Journal, to the outrageous act of
of the president which should be known
every were. Ix.-t the dtm-cratic papers
always keep it before the people, iti eome
form, all the time. a. qs agitate indig-
uatiou meeiinga as our only safety in ad
d j .
, ,wc caiu and iU sweep radi-
calism to thai earth in 1S72.
19. AVII0LE NO.-809
T AXXA CLXAVKS. n J
Dear Audi Ixtle! Aunt Lottie 1
With thai b-uT. light ia Iby fk...
Dow the s!rrp of woudera, (
Safe iu Jesus' gUA embrace. '
Tell us of thy swet surpriaes
As thou nearest the pearly ratT" 4
O ! biuk back and ooc tovre Wlsaat ase
While wp.a this siJe w wavlu
Tell as of th crown of flory , ..
And tb rbe that ia for thee;
Search the priceless treasures over;
Are tbere aay there ktr nI '
Deir Aunt Lotfut, wh-n. withrspa,
Tliori n gol.iVn harp ot pay,
Leau th- ortrr Lna'i rauipsrta.
That the t rains may float litis way.
We would tn-nr thy (tongs f
Hear thy t.ugs " praise asJ love
We w.itild catrh the iniptraTintis
That did Woo thj svul above.
O'jar Aont Ixttief glad the Welcome
i nai awaits ihw on Uiat adior.
or thy uii'i' U woe!r. iirryter
Than it .vrr was before.
Gone i Liu fwry car aud sorrow,
jfue thii.e erery fr-ar and pain; "
l'r Aaul lAtti ! nw Aatat LouW!
WL j coyld ish thw Laick agaia T
AN OUTSIDE OPINIQy.
V. TriUme MVS ? uW Vaava
always had a uotion that a realtoaoj
churchf s treated, their shepherds shabbily,
but the facts given, in 77e Otterref have
filled us with indigr.ant as tonithment.
Sometimes, at least. Donation Partiee are
a hoalow humbug. Tlie (Mcrtrr cites aa
acc .nut sf one which w can hardly
credit. All the gifts, it is stated. Were
marked with such prices at the dehors
phased to pm upon tbeio, and ike-afgre-gate
of ihi-Kc ntnotiuts was deducted ront
the pastor's salary, o that it li n't easy
to sec here the delations come In.
Among ihcso forcc-d sales to the poor
n.inisier was a little package ef pepper
valued at tiro cents! So also two fans
were charged at one half dime eaca ! We
aippoae- that the recipient of these ebsdy
gili. if he kepi thein, mmt have been of
meek and grateful diupcsiliofj; but If
thy had been sent in the same way to a
less faithful f.dlower of Moses, there
would i iiher have been rn Migration in
the siove or a tathcr miscellaneous heap
of thing in the street."
Front li AVw IV OAar-rtvr
rv m.u k hayik,
Our -r.tilr one- no other t'in shall I.
A pilgrim jourb-ying to the realm ou Ligh.
Pas through thia world u-.to eternity.
If. terfore, on tny jotirbt-y as I go,
I fan assuage a,ii,. f.lhiw-erentore's wo.
And on n.jr way muv kiudoess m'rt taiov.
Oh Met m do it sow-! Iet not in vale
i "lie ktifJerer .r weary unr Com p Lais ;
I ?hall not Mirelr'patM this way sgaio.
THE YEAR IN TEXAS.
Consirji.VA, Tkxar, VecxL 1 871.
To the Ediivr X. V. Of erccr: '
Texas is closing the year 1871 With
much cause for gratitude to Cod for his
abundant mercies extended to bexcitXens
during the year. We have been tlctsed
with health, peace and prosperity tkngU
out 'the year. The various meant 'for
iiK-nt.tf, moral and spiritual ioiprovement
have been divinly prospered. Gar pope
Ution Itas been gretuly inewaaL . Oar
railroads have been extended some 450
tuih s. The numb of ministers labor
i:g in the State has been slightly increas
el, but uot in proportion to the alemand.
The puhl'c jr Free School system has
been introduced successfully and promises
great good. The Temp ranee v cause has
Una prosK-rc-d. The Seriptira' have
be :i xu uii ly circulated. TJa number
of SuimLiv it hools has Ueni frrraiiy. ia
cieaatd. Evangelirai aid hs aVeea.ex
tended to tjo: adjicent paals of Meiico.
. . mm - )
-"i a-. m-
I 0- d.-crf al fvaltv is
i ij'' ncrroiiy oi tK.iiiical antmoaitt
n the 'aa-
cendaiicy. The circulation ef rrliraecs
iicsppcas has boeu Licreaacd. IS, E
Fn-ra Ui PreJTlrruva.
I In the Prehrtcrian Chcrth in Swtmbntxf.
.r.-an;-,l IhiI a few ntoniUa by tWt davo
td eraugelUt, IUv. a. ( '. Alexander, Ua Jo
h.wii.g hymn 'emjef arsl to aj-propdata
n:'i-ic I y a mend r f the l.ir, t waa aunj al
the cloing Sahfcsth w.r jrr of Ore yrar.J ,
T! A d . in? year i- fa-Ke.g frt,
Iu la4 hoar dra w nigk ; ,
Ttitr e.'Ui.tig Miidiiil.l'a KiwvTB aJtall tdtrvv4
tie niore drtirU-d yar.
Lie'a let j- att-p lo inotiM-wt liaae,
llro.!i :owigl,t or tLruji gloem;
And now aarother rear wt'tr irew.
i ur dcath-ruarcfj to the tomb. " '
The yrsx'a aeet aprii, ia frarai.1 gwa.
And urniut-r's tr!dm t-ljooo,
Withantutioi'aiVar tiara pourrd Uiaixavealt
To giid lic v iiiUr's plouuj. .
net where, O man, are thy fir froltat '
H faith, and tore tud (ratae J : ivl
Where are lif-' gcddtfi lurel hxfcvveaL
To meet deattVa wiatrr dara? r'1
The o-tting rer aw hrel one here
Whoxc amile no more wc tfr.-t ; -
TIi Laoe, Uie cUtld, iLe yooili, Uan ndir
I hliirnl-rtritf at r.nr frvt
Iived voW-a call, fair hank are vsved,
To beckon n ahoTe, t.Mrt
To Jin them whtre the eHe years
LroAlhe endltN ace and lore. '
htr lovel one plead hot ntiGct lOtf
Pleal with lender toe.e ;
Ami bLording hands 4rcietcd out to aar
Would lift u lo a thn-nc. t .
Jvavioor, to Th--. tl.ronjrh the.o brief rtJuC
1 MJr lull lliu iik- i"
n(9 Wla iOTo 4,1 n
I WiiL cndlc-Lh ia L
Jjel lots Sod life be t""en "