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VOL VII .-.THIRD SERIES.,
SALISBURY, H. a, NOVEMBER 18. 1875.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY :
Proprietor and Editoi .
From the New York Observer.
schools ! The Tablet asks the Observer
" if the Catholics ever made the slightest
effort to g?t hold of the education of Fro-
Oil InAa, payable in advanee. . ...t2.f0
ix Months, " ' 1.25
Copies to any address 10.0
The Roman Catholic Tablet cries oat
in a parody on Cicero : tl How lone. O
testant children in any town of the land 1" I safe to assume that the two men met
We answer. Yes. in every town of this
State. Yon trot that sectarian measure
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Rates for a greater number of insertions
mo ierate. Special notices 25 per cent, mors
in regular advertisement. Heading notice.
5 cent ierline for each nnd every insertion
HOW TO LIVE.
Observer, wilt thon abuse our nationce V smneeled through the Legislature, that
We answer : I your women, pupils of the Grey Nuns, a
l'robably so long as your un-American I Becretarian order, might be authorized to
aesigns against the public schools of this
country are prosecuted.
Probably so long as yoa continue to
demand that we shall be taxed for your
become the teachers of " Protestant child
ren" in all parts of the State of New York.
No other sects asks such a monopoly.
Any other sect asking it would have been
booted out of the Legislature. The
He livcth long wlxriivcth well !
All other life is short and vain;
Jffhveth longest who can tell
Of living most for heavenly gain
He livcth long who liyeth well!
All else in hcing flung away;
Ho liveth longest who can tell -
Of true things troly done each day.
Wnstc not thy being; hack to Him
Who freely gaye it, freely give;
Elfc i that being but a dream
Tis but to be, and not lo live.
Ito wise and uc thy wisdom well;
Who wisely speaks must live it too;
He is the wisest who can tell
How first he lived, then spoke thetrue.
lie what thou scemest; live thy creed;
Hold up to earth the torch divine;
He what thou prayest to be made;
Let the great Master's steps be thiue.
Fill up each hour with what will last;
liuy up tho moments as they go;
The life above when this is past
lit the ripe fruit ofJife below.
Row truth, if thou the truth would'st reap,
Who sows the false shall reap the vain;
Erect and sound thy conscience keep ;
From hoHow words and deeds refrain.
Sow love, and taste its fruitage pure;
Sow peace, and reap Its harvest bright;
&w sunbeams on the rock and moor,
And ij iid the harvest home of lifcht.
Probably so long as vou insist that the I Baptists asked, with great propriety, the
State shall be controlled by your Church, innocent and the praiseworthy privilege
w cuueoiiuauugiwo oi meir societies into
oue, and Gov. Tiki en pat bis veto on the
harmless bill. He signed your sectarian
bill to make it a law a law which unless
repealed promptly by the coming Leg-is
ture, and with the approbation of Gov.
Tilden, will be afterwards repealed in the
midst oi such a moral and political earth
quake as never shook the Empire State
" Never mode the slightest effort to get
and administer its laws for your good.
The Tablet also says :
'The Obterttr would seek to make people
believe that Catholics consider it their chief
end to get hold of the education of Protestant
children. Did they every make theslight
et effort to do so in any town of the land ?
We plead guilty to the wish to get into our
hands the education of our own Catholic
children. Where is the crime in this."
We answer : You claim that your Church
is the rightful educator of the whole people ; hold oj tjie education of Protestant child
that the Church should guide the State, ren.' Why. you have done little else.
especially in the matter of education. If Your nunneries, convents, schools, are
we cannot prove this position we will filled with the children of silly Protes-
surrender the whole question and admit tants, deceived by your advertisements,
that yoa have been misrepresented by us cajoled by rour false promises. And
trom the outset ot the controversy. Let what you aw doiug in yoar Church
us oegin at a distance and come to close
quarters gradually. A "Congress of
Roman Catholics" was held the other
day at Freiburg, in Baden, when, amongst
other propositions, it was unanimously
declared that the Church must be accord-
positively how Piskiel happened to be at
No. 106 Delancy street, t rom the sur
rounding circumstances, however, H seems
arrangement to fight a dnel, with
doubly fatal event above detailed.
stitutions, you now propose to do by your
Grey Nuns and their emissaries, under
sanction of-State law, in all the towns
where the trained teachers of yoar sect
can get hold of Protestant children.
These are a few of the proofs that you
A DOUBLE FATAL DUEL.
the hills of
O, the blessed promise, given on
To the weary, heavy laden, still is made to you
Many a heart has thrilled to hear it,
Many a tear been wiped away,
Many a load of sin been lifted.
Many a midnight turned to day.
Many a broken, contrite spirit, lonely, sorrow
Kelt the misrhty consolation heard the heaven
Iv tidinsf clad.
And the dying'gizo with rapture.
Trusting in the Saviour' name;
On the land of rct and refuse,
When the Burden-Bearer came.
Lazarus lies unfed and fainting. Foter Kinks
beneath the wave,
Loving Mary linzcrs sadly, near the Saviour's
gnn nled grave.
Wind Barliraeus, by the wayside,
Bees his bread disconsolate ;
For the movine of the waters,
At the pool the suffering wait.
In the wilderness the lepers wandered outcast
in their pain ;
Paul and Silas in the prison, bear the fetter and
- the rhain ;
Mary Magdalen is weeping.
Friendless in her pin and shame
But their burdens all were lifted
When the Burden-Bearer came.
Every phnso of human sorrow fills the path we
tread to-day ;
Harps sre hanging over the willows, souls are
fainting by the way.
But there stifl is balm in C Ulead,
And though here on earth we weep,
God with the many mansions,
Giveth His beloved sleep.
On the cloud Tfis rainbow glitters, shines the
tars of faith above ;
God will not forsake or leave ns let us trust
V his truth and love,
) And bevond the shining river,
, We shall bless his holyharae,
That to bear our sms ana sorrows,
Ghrist, the burden-Bearer, came.
ed entire liberty for aU its actions, it being are trying to do the very thiug you dis
r.nuncu iniu pecmi ngnis in iae neid claim, and mat you arc irue to nothing
oi learning, consecrating and jurisdiction, bat to the character of thorough Je
nil a . . -
x uk oiute, as wen as me individual, is
subject to the law of God that is, the
authority of Rome as the exponent, of
that aw and that stands "above the
Constitution and the law of the State."
Farther, we are told, "it is an attack upon
the existence of the Church to try to lim
it the Pope, the Supreme Head of the
whole Church, in the execution of his
unlimited power as to his teaching
ana ns to his jurisdiction over the whole
Christain world." As one of the conse
quences of this, u Christian parents can
confide their children only to such schools
as arc approved by the ecclesiastical au
thority." There is much more of the
same sort, but the resolutions close with
a sound of "war to the knife." "The
Catholic Church can aud will never sub
mit to a syctem of laws which is in con
tradiction to its constitution, founded by
God. Peace can only bo restored when
. .1 1 11 a m m m
tuo u at i io uc Uharcu receives back its
A Frightful Scene in a Tenement House.
About 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
some inmates of the tenement house No
106 Delancy street, heard several pistol
snots' and a noise which they guessed to
be that of a scuffle between two men in
the back room ou the top floor of the
houpe, and at once sent word to the tenth
precinct station house, in Eldridge street,
of the occurrence. Officers Ucuken aud
Hughes were dispatched to the house,
and proceeding up four flights of stairs,
they attempted to open the door of tho
back room. They found it locked, how
ever, and Officer Hcnkcn applied his
shoulder to it with without effecting his
purpose. He procured a hatchet, and by
a powerful blow forced it open a little
rights and powers, which it claims by wa78 but ix immediately closed again, as
virtue of Divine and public law."
This is in Germany . And wo under
stand perfectly that the fight there made
by tho Hoinish Church against tho gov
ernment is peculiar; bat it furnishes
A Brave Man,
Sir Charles and Lady Napier were
riding one evening unattended, on the
summit of the Mahableah hills. The sun
had just set, the pathway waa narrow,
bordered on the side by jungle, and on
the other by a deep precipice. By-and-
bye, turning to his wife rather suddenly.
but yet quietly, he desired bet to ride on
at full speed to the neareet village, and
send so mo people back to the spot where
she bad left him, and be furthermore bade
her not to ask him the reason why he sent
She obeyed in silence but then she
knew her husband.' Yet it was no slight
rial of her courage as well as of her obe
dience, for the way was lonely, and beset
with many possible perils; but she rode
boldly and rapidly forward, and gain
ed a village a few miles distant iu
i he party whom she then dispatched
and accompanied met Sir Charles, how
ever, about a mile from the place, follow
ing in his lady's track; and he then ex
plained tho reason of his strange and un
lie had seen, as they slowly walked
their horses, first a pair of fiery eyes
gleam at them from the jungle, aud then
the bead of a fall-growo tiger. lie was
ire, if they both rode on, that the terri
ble beast, following the iuslinet of its na
ture, would give chase; aud he feared, it
Jjady IS a pier knew tbe dreadful peril at
hand, that she might be so startled as to
t a i mm
be unable to make an enort to escape; or
at least, that she would not consent to
his owu iudicious plan, aud leave him
alone with the danger.
So lie tested her obedience, as we have
seen, successfully. He remained him
self, with only his holster pistols, con
fronting and controlling the monster with
the steady, unflinching glance of his
eagle eye, and after a short" gaze, and
mutterine growl, the tiger turned back
into the jungle, leaving him free to folio
A correspondent in Southeastern Vir
ginia writes t The seed you teat me is
true Hungarian grass, and was so called
when I brought tome samples four feet
high to town by an Anglo Canadian
farmer one of our new settlors. It waa
grown on rich land no manure. Tbe
land waa plowed ia March, left rough :
cross-plowed in June, seed sown and two-
A TEXAS TRAGEDY.
A Girl's FuJderuu and a Lover's
Desperation Joo Bloody Ihatiu, and
All for Love,
From the Atlanta Constitution. 1
Dr. Spalding, of Kimball, Texas,
writing to his brother, Rev. Dr. Spal
ding, of this city, says :
I wish to write yoa this morning a
truthful account of a tragedy which
horse harrow used to cover it, and then I transpired here a few days ago.
orcnaru grass ana clover town and ret
harrowed. My manager thought the
team, in palling the mower through it
yesterday with very sharp blades, exerted
a force equal to a wagon load of 2.000
lbs.: so you may ludee of tbe swath cut.
There is a wealthy farmer
4.1 it t 1 tt- . a
uiree mues Deiow JvimoaiJ, on
west side of the Brazos river, near
Powell Dale church. His name is
Q. D. Greer. He has several brothers
living here wealthy, in flu Hal,
Turned and thrown in small cocks to-day, gd citiaena. They came originally
rrora ueorgia. tie hart two stain
tors just grown Miss Willie, eighteen
years old, and Miss Nannie, sixteen
both handsome, intelligent, amiable,
and beloved by all'' who knew them.
The oldest was an unusually sweet
girl. She always reminded me of
Miss Julia B., daughter of Judge T.
J. B., of Madison, Ga. She joined
the Baptist church last summer. She
was. in fact, everything that any man
could wish in a daughter.
About 12 months ago a distant rel
ative of Capt. Greer's first wife (the
girls were children of a second mar
riage) Robert Simms, a young man
a stock raiser, passed through here on
his way to Colorado, to which place
he was driving his herds, - Stopping
The Wrongs of the Red Man.
though something were leaning against it
He again put his shoulder to it, and at
last succeeded in opcuing it, pushing with
it, as he did so, some heavy obstacle.
Upon stepping into the room a ghastly
occasion for tbe exposition of the general spectacle met his view. There he beheld
principles on which that Church bases it
self iu resisting State laws. It claims that
tbe Koman Church is " above tbe consti
tution and the law This is tho most
recent manifesto in Germany.
Now we turn to Spain. Less than two
months ago the rapal .Nuncio there put
two men, both apparently lifeless, lying
on the floor, each grasping firmly in his
right band a Coh's revolver. The officers
at onco began to examine tho bodies. One
was that ot a man about forty years of
age, and five feet six inches in height,
quite well dressed in dark clothes. This
forth the demands of the Pone iu regard man baa fallen wilh uis knees against the
door opening into tho hall, and was bleed
ing profusely from a terrible shot wound
in the right temple, the blood completely
covering bis face and head. He was in
sensible but not dead. Tbe pistol clasped
in his hand was found to have been dis
charged four times. It was subsequently
ascertained that his name was Mores
Piskiel. The other man, Joseph Gold
man, who appeared to be somewhat yoaug
er and smaller than Piskiel, was lying on
his back in front of tbe stove, not six foot
Even to the most ordinary observer the
rapidly -inci easing number of children in
tho (Jhincbe quarters of San Francisco,
ys a local journal, must for poine time
have been apparent. On tbe sidewalks
cat from the alleys and in the houses the
manikins and womauikius toddle and
warm. There arc already hundreds of
these qaaintly-dressed, beady-eyed little
pledges of Celestial love, and there will
toon be thousands of incipient pig-tails
winging in China-town, for Mrs. Hyson
a wonderfully well able to carry into
practice her belief in the wisdom of Con
to that kingdom. These demands were
three in number
1 . That it shall prohibit the exercise of any
religion in the kingdom but the Koman Catho
lic. 2. That the education of the children shall
be committed to the care of the R. C. priesthood.
3. That all heretical Protestant teachings
shall be suppressed by law and penalties.
This is as plain ns plain can be. It
asserts, without qualification, the right
of tho Romish Church to control popular ff0m Piskiel, dead, though his body was
w"w"w"' I sun warm, l wo rngntrui wounds were
The lablei will not venture to deny Been on his head, one over the right tein-
tnat what is bcld to be tbe ngbt and duty pje auj ODe on ut r;sUt chcck. His head
:4 ii r . a l l . ? i '
oi ua iiuorcn in one country is aiso ciaim-1 wa3 almost
ed for it universally. Always and overys
where is the idea of Catholicism. And x-.. rWW, w
now that its secular power is destroyed, I And be, too, waa bleeding when the offi
and it ceases to have any civil represen- cer arrived. It was with difficulty that
tat ion among nations, its religious suprein- the pistol was released from his death
acy is -more distinctly asserted. In our grip, and when it waa examined it "was
country its doctrine is precisely tbe same, found to have been fired five times
and, these are its words. We quote now I There was so much blood ou the floor
from the Catholic World, published in this which was bare, that it began to soak
city uuder tbe express sanction of the j through, and soon became visible on the
Pope of Rome :
" We deny the competency of the Stale to
educate ; to say what shall or shall not be taught
in tbe public schools ; as we deny its compe
tency to say what shall or shall not be the re
ligious belief and discipline of its citizens.
We utterly repudiate the popular doctrine that
so called secular education, is the function of
And again :
" We object to them f the poblic schools
not merely because they teach more or less of
the Protestant religion, but also on the ground
that tee cannot freely and fully teach our re
ligion and train up our children in them to be
true and unwavering Catholics."
These aud similar
u Sc'e principle that "children are the
fruit of the nlmnnd flowers of hanniness.
It is an interesting and amusing sight to judgment, reveal the idea of 1
watch Young Hyson bargaining with Church. The Order of Jesuits
premature gravity and acnteness tor a
bunch of grapes, or pelting bis small sis-
tor with the fragments of a melon, until
one remembers that these are all American
citizens, horn to equal rights with oor
clvcg, and then our interest deepens and
ad our amusement changes to sober,
arious thought. What is going to be
sw of this swarm of Chinese-Ameri-8
? How will they affectjbe luture of
California ? As it is, thcy are brought
ttP in full hith ot their fathers, and an
equally (u belief io tbe advantages to be
rledby right of citizenship. It needs
a partieularly active powers of precision
to Young Uypon a power iu tbe body
politic, and no mean unit iu tbe communi
Y' Surely, then, tbe manner, of Young
Json's growth and education ia a matter
iftt - more l'ian a P89'"? attention, and
Zy nic,e m our POMljcal scientists a
wiking we shall have done our duty as
passages, in our
ceiling of the room beueath. Office
Hughes immediately sent for an ambu
lance, in which lriskiel was conveyed to
the tenth precinct station house where he
was examined, and pronounced mortally
wounded, by Surgeon Ensign. He was
then replaced in the ambulance, and star
ted for Bellevne Hospital, bat the unfor
tunate man died before he reached the
Moses Piskiel, of No. 19 Essex street,
and Joseph Goldman, of No. 100 Hester
street, both Jews, were partners in a jew
elry business at No. 56 East Broadway
On Monday night Goldman met a friend
named Daniel Pearlson, also a Jew, at At
lau tic Garden, ia the Bowery, and told the
latter that if be did not object, he (Gold-
ed with the purpose of bringing education I man) would like to sleep at his fricud
. . . m a a I . i
under Church control : originally tbe plan bouse that nigbt. Jf carison agreed, and
was military : then it became cducatiunal: together they went to No. 106 Delau-
and now it addresses itself to the work of I cey street, where Pearlson resided
a m a a a mt i a
manipulating the education ot countries in tbe morning tbe host was requir
where its secret agencies are at work. I ed to leave tbe bouse early, so gave
The crafty Dr. Quinn, of this city, sought I the key of the room in charge of his
last year, with great adroitness, to get I guest. Home time after Goldman went
(be Board of Education to take the Rom- to his house in Heater street, where an
isb schools, pay tbe teachers out of tbe I other Jew triend named Juration gave
public fund, and let the priests teach tbe bim a lady s gold watch chain to be re-
scholars before and after, and between paired. After that time nothing could be
school hours : a trick Jesuitical all over. I ascertained in regard to bis whereabouts
It was exposed, and is now only ' sus-1 until he was found dead by Officer Hugh
ponded to be attempted again wbeu tbe I es, at which time tbe chain, $4 60 in cur
public mind becomes quiet, or some po- I reucy and some private papers were on hia
fitical party ia in perishing need of the I person. Both pistols were seven barrelled
lioman cohorts votes. OJ Uie same
Jesuitical influences the Gray Nuns were
empowered by the Legislature of the
Stare of New York, at its last session, to
five' to all their nanils certificates of
and new. The whole affair is as yet
seboudxo nr mystery.
As it was not possible to find out
to-morrow 1 will house it after noon. I
cut only one-half yesterday and will let
tbe rest remain some days and save the
seed from 25 feet by 200 years, whieh I
ill cut with cradle aud bind like oats.
My impression is that it will be for this
section a good forage crop to follow early.
Irish potatoes, grown for market. Hogs,
I find, eat it greedily when green. From
its behavior in tbe late severe drought, I
think it will prove a sure cheap forage
crop of quality as to life-sustaining pro
perties in the Middle and Soothern States,
and may occupy tbe position of fodder
corn soiling North, no far as one can
guess at present, I think 5,000 lbs. will
be obtained per acre.
D R. Jl LI Aft ,
Is now racciviag asd opening for the
eettoa of the people cBsMilsn aed
an uocety the Beat Bslaatse Stock ot
1TAPLE A FANCY BROCEIIEt,
that baa ever bee erhiUs ia
Faawy Bras of Cigars aed
st ttonoaa figures.
also bars and
A correspondent traveling through I among his relatives, he became enam-
Alpine 8avoy, writing of the great glacier
of Tre la 1 etc, says : In one place it
was as a huge sea, frosea at the moment
of its grandest swell and sweep. In
another part it resembles marble moun
tains with vast qaarriels. There were
quantities of great stones in some places
that held enormous bits of rock crystal ;
these stones are hurled dowu by spring
avalanches. Harnish and the guides at
one time went off lo hunt some crystals ;
ored with Miss Greer. Whether tht v
were engaged or not is not certainly
known, one orobablv loved him. as
perhaps any sweet girl eighteen years
of age would love a handsome, fear
less, rich young man who might court
her love. And yet she feared Inro
for he had killed a man in a difficulty
so it is said, in trie southwest nnrt o
the State. He went away, however,
D. R. JULIAN.
When nB want
at No t
gradually one by oue they disappeared wearing her ring and she wearing his.
behind the icy peaks of the glaeicr, and He kept up a correspondence with
for a little I was entirely alone.- The rtn of hrr unolm. tt whom h 8Mmod
solitude was very strange and at die same to vcry mucj, attached.
oiivuvu v va vv vueiivw uu vmiu s a i i I a I -1 -.is" I . a
lUUIalUKi Wall, I'UUMH, MM ITUI lUUk
call on tbe
D. A. ATWELL.
Salisbary ,N. CMay U-tf.
T?RUIT TREES. TIKES A PLAKTS A
a. lart-o atork at rumrtii rata.
New CatalnfTM far ITS and 7 with fall d
criptiont of fraiU, ami free.
Addreat CRAFT A SAILOR,
Tadkia Coast. K. C
."NOT I, 1875,
The long scries of w rouge heaped upon
the aborigines of America ever since the
iscovcry and settlement of ibis country
has nothing more heartless or pathetic
than the story of the Tcmecula Indians
of" California. We are accustomed
peak of the cruelty and treachery
the savage, says the New York Herald,
bat the avarice and inhumanity of th
white man are even more prominent
catnrcs in American history. In a little
. a . .a a
more than two centuries tbe uativea nave
been driven from tho Atlantic to the
Rocky mountains and tribes as countless
as the leaves of the forest reduced to a
mere handfnl of half-starved wretches.
io bravo is no longer a warrior, but a
oafiug aud treacherous murderer, and
the Indian has no rights anywhere. If
he refuses to go upon a reservation neces
sity requires that be shall be extermina
ted. If be pats himself uader tbe fos
tering care of the whites, he is sore to be
robbed first and allowed to starve after
Go where he will, "civilization," in ono
form or another, is sure to follow him and
to oppress him. To this fate the Teme
cnla Indians arc no exception. Indeed,
the story of their misfortunes is one of
the most pathetic ot the whole series. A
hundred years ago their children swarmed
on the Pacific coast. Now they are re
duced to a beggarly five thousand. Then
tbe whole land was theirs. Now there is
not a foot of ground they can call their
own. Retreating before advancing civil
ization, tbey at last settled down among
a cone of the San Bernatdino mountains;
but tbe white man from over the seas
coveted the spot for a sheep pasture, and
tbe native is not even left room cnongh to
starve without disturbance. One French
man and two Scotchmen have ousted the
original lords of tho soil, aud their sheep
graze iu the Indian's last retreat.
pasturing on far-off mountain slopes, and
below mo goats were browiing on tho
peaks of Tre la Tete. But I can form no
idea of distance except by the deep silence
about me. I could see tho pastoral slopes
and summits of Mr. Joly ; the peaks of
Bonhomme and Bon tern me ; the beautiful
mountain Rosalette, and many other
peaks around and beyond the glacier.
Bat every object near at hand waa so un
natural that 1 seemed to be on another
planet. The very light waa different ; it
was lurid in its glare. Tho coloring, too,
was peculiar ; the somber granite and the
glittering marble tints were varied by in-
a i m .
tense emerald and blue ot tbe crevasses.
I not only forgot distances, but I became
insensible to time, past, present and fu
ture, and when tbe men with Haraish
returned it was as if I bad awakened from
Baltimore chap secured board at Es
quire Lane's (seven miles below the I
home of Captain Greer, the father of
Miss Greer), and commenced the
practice of physic He met Miss
Greer, courted her in that (to the
ladies) irresistible manner for which
he was just fitted. They became
engaged, ami were to be married on
the 11th of November, 1875. Sat
urday morning, October 23, Miss
Greer came to town to make
minor purchases for the
Her father had gone with his cotton
crop to Dallas, and was to return that
evening. He was bringing her bridal
outfit. On the lhursday before, Bob
HEWMILLIN Y STORE.
'At tbe old stead of Foster A Horse.
Jest received e fell line of Hals,
net, trimmed and tin trim mod. Kit
end ell the latest French and Aeeericee eovei-
j-w . e a aw
bimms returned, having received a
, . a a a I w -'
a strance suhluuc dream. c stayed ottrr from his line o statinp- that Miaa
four boars on tbo glacier. I could hard
ly credit it, for it seemed so abort
Fatting hoys ought to be put up early,
and as soon as they have become used to
the change be pushed forward aa rapidly
as possible. Give them frequent messes
of soft food or bran mashes. Provide
ashes and charcoal or rotten wood, that
they take as much as they choose, and
occasionally give a little salt. These
substauces promote correct action of the
stomach and bowels. Give them a warm
and dry sleeping place, and put muck,
leaves or other absorbing marterials in
their pens. Milch cows ought to have
extra care and feed as the weather be
comes colder. Give regular doses of salt,
and every night and morning a meas of
meal and middlings. Roots may be fed,
in moderate quantities, to advantage.
Cows ought not to be exposed to pitiless
storms of cold rain or enow. If warm
dry stables are not provided, then certain
ly good Bheds. closed to the North and
West, ought to be. Young cattle and
at aa.s Oa
calces ought also to nave shelter during
inclomcnt weather and at night ; and be
brought in early from the pastures aod
have a good mess of meal and bran with
stalks or hay. Horses should be cleaned
daily, their stalls well littered, and fed
and watered with regularity. Sec that
on j their stables are protected from chilling
what terms with each other tbe men bad ' drafts, but do not have them too close for
A Heathen Temple.
Juggernaut, says the Pall Mall Ga
zette, seems to be in a bad way in India
owiug to the dilapidation of his pagoda at
Poorce. An immense block of stone fell
tbe other day from the eenlral dome of
the temple. It is fortunate that no one
was killed, lor tbo stone, it is stated, is
ten feet long, five broad, and four in depth,
and belongs to tbe inner cornice of the
temple. The damage is impercept
ible to the eye, owing to tbe intense dark
ness in the interior of the edifice, but the
fall of the atone is a serious matter for
Jusreernaut for this rcaaon : There ia, it
seems, a prophecy that when the first
stouo is unfasleood the temple shall not
stand. The repairs, it ia estimated by
the Oriaks, will take at leaat fourteen
years to complete, and during all this
time no public worship or festival in
Pooree is allowable. It is, however, not
surprising that tbe temple is a little oat
of repair, for it was built by Rajah An in -gabhima
Dcva, of Orissa, in tbe middle of
the twclvth century, and during the last
seven hundred years not a trowel has
becu laid upon it for tbe purpose ot re-
. 1 1 t 9 . -
pair. Tbe dome is composed oi immense
blocks of stone, not kept together by ce
ment or mortar of any bind, but made fast
by an elaborate process of dovetailing,
the slabs being arranged in horizontal
layers narrowing toward the end, covered
by a huge headpiece carved and ornamented,
Greer was soon to be married. He
called on Miss Greer, found oat the
state of her feeling, chided her, told
her they were made for each other,
and that no other man should ever
claim her as wife
Saturday morning he gave a friend,
with whom he was staying, a letter
from his sister, saying, "Answer this
letter to-morrow if I do not return.
I am going up to Capt. Greer's, and
if I never return wind op my busi
ness." He went over, called for Miss
Willie, who was with her mother and
Dr. F rarer, her betrothed, in the sit
ting room. When asked for, Miss
Orders executed with care and despatch.
Pinkine end Rum nine dooe to
The Store will fee easieslii aa the
tern aod no roods or work will be cJsarfad la
snj one. This role is Bnesrible.
MRS. 8. J. HALYBURTON .
April, Ifith Cere.
Spring Stock 1875.
ISO Begs Coffee,
60 Barrel Sugar,
5000 lbs. Bacon, 2000 lbs. Lard,
2000 I be. Beet Sogax Cared Ii
20 Kegs Soda,
20 Boxes M
50 44 Adamantine Candle,
40 " Boas. 2000 lbe. Carolina Rice. 12
rarwafa i Vv t
Willie said: ".uoccor, nave yon yoar 1 30 Cases Oysters,
Holiness. Holiness of life is not an
indifferent tbiug. God requires it, and
those who are sincere Christiana earnestly
puraue it. It does not save, but those
who bays aaving faith desired it and seek
it. There is something seriously wrong
where it is disregarded. The Scriptures
tell us that without it no man shall sec
tbe Lord. The reason is obvious. We
can not get to Heaven without Christ,
and tbey that are Christ's have crucified
the flesh with its affections and luata.
The godly life of the christians in olden
times was a powerful argument in favor
of Christianity. It should be ao still.
Those who are careless about holiness
are, not only uu grateful to God, bat they
alao disregard tbe welfare of both them
selves and then neighbors. It Is of
prime importance to see that we have
pure doctrine, but we must not forget that
where this is siuccrely believed it will
I result iu
pistol. I am afraid of Bob ; he said
he would kill me ; shall I go in ?"
The Doctor said, "I am not armed,
se ! all. .1
go in 11 yoa nice. ah uiree uien
Simms asked Miss Willie to walk
with him in tbe garden ; she declined.
He then asked her to walk oat oa
the back porch, as he wished to have
a good-bye chat with her. She went
out on tbe back gallery ; be followed,
pulling the door to after him. The
mother heard them conversing and
heard him say : "And you are the
cause of it ;" heard her sob ; beard
her sav : "O, don't do that, Bob'1
Then bang I barg ! bang ! went his
six shooter ; then a pause, then bang
s r 1- 1 .a .
again, ine mother tnrew open the
door. There lay her beautiful daugh
ter dead on the gallery. One snot
entered near the heart, (the first I
think) one entered the left eye and
came out at the back of the head, tbe
other entered the centre of the fore
head and came oat also at tbe back of
the head. He must have supported
her with his left liand while shooting
Near her lay Robert Simms. The
fourth shot he had fired through his
1 aaa 1 .
own head, I rom back to iront. ine
doctor ran out, turned the murderer's
horse loose, and ran to the next boose
to get a gun. A runner was sent to
meet her father, who was a few miles
off on the Dallas road, coming home.
Hia agony, I hope, neither yoa nor I
may ever have
Next day, anday, tbey brought
her body here to Kimball and buried
It, His body they earned to a grave
yard near rowel I s Dale, where it
20 do Brandy Peaches,
20 do Lemon Sy rap,
20 do Fresh Peaches,
10 do Pine Apple,
10 do Smoking Tobacco,
25 Gross Suoff, 25 Coils Ccttoa Jr. Jute
40dox. Painted Pails,
40 Boxes Assorted Candy,
100 Reams Wrapping Paper,
A full line of Wood A Willow vara.
A fell Hoe of Boots A Shoes (vsrj cheae),
A fall line of Hats,
A fall line of Saddles A Bridles, Bah. Pepper.
Ginger. 8p re. Canoed Goodt, Royal Baking
Powders. Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery, Karcasas
Tanners A Machine Oil. Ac . Ac
Tbe anove stock was bought staee tbe lata
heary decline in pricse.and udTeed at Whole
sale A Retail at very short pros! ts, tor east).
15151,1! AM A CO.
Jane 3rd 187a.
Xo. I. Heary plow Shoe at 2100 worth t20.
Women Shoe at $125" ISO A 17ft
Ladies Embroidered Slippers at 100 worth ISO
Ladie Slippers si $1K worth 176,
Ladie Croquet Slippers at li5 worth JMB,
Ldie Cloth Gaiter U 1 175 worth ftfco,
Ladies Cloth Getter at ptS worth 2200,
A large lot of Children Shoos eery esse,
i : I.M.HAM A 00.
Iuimn and Mini Conor.
Capital aad Asset over fsJOO OOO
Stale Deposit 15.000
PROPERTY INSURED AO A! WIT LOSS IT
At the Low CmrrmUBmm.
Tsk a Pulley la the Lyaehberg
I asa alao Agwat
State Life Ii
far th" North Car
qualification to be teachers of common becu living, norcould it be ascertained proper ventilation.
lure living A. R Presbyieri-1 boricd. We are all sad, for we
st Life Iaaaraaee Otnpsay.
Lf yuo bar the food of yoar Coaetry as
heart hoop foew say ia the BialS aM
hss aaild an Hum laatttatkeoa.
J. D. MeXEELY.
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