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How lon lie ask!,' "will yoi
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Hnxv lnjl f ''Then downward heilt;1"
Fell like a faW- fl?TfefK
Tit win gli ev,ery vein -
T tmV 11 mi! itiiiii ;
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..H,w lo,r,Sl,eliftc.lf.om bUJt fa
Kcd with sacred loye, . . . -;f ,
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Yet when hcf redder lips essayed to speak,,
VmT when her lieait d id move , k . ,
14 To answer trravejmd sweet, , ,' .
. .Souieitow a smile uh meet
BrpVe' way waidly across red lip ,ntid
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TliiititiMwwent Jo nnn.fro.- i ;
Ai(nfi lrTT ITrf isiiiiiir fare.. . L
-rATid hid a ni aver irra'ct "
HllVliL S 1I1M. 1
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"Uu )ofi,lHw. loug wilLI jeuiember Jlfis?
. Jiafi fjedsS at last,? ' ' Uk 1.
With failing, dyiug breath,
That river men eall Death
Jfp. Kngj will 1 vemetiibeiy thi"?
- i-zk J h.r"i y i..-t -I w i
-15ut,. when apart , they stood, did he re
t , . lueniher,. f, , .
ITU Woids tliat stiuiiner j.v ?
Did he remember through the loi) Ve-
kr& irtitiwiwl- lm oBlay,- v- 7- u
T4 MiMUifMl lvyu(lhliss,
"When kingdoms sttod between did. hy,
Ah, who can say for him? For her we know
'TIm; kind's 'fcrss whs her efown ;
Foi her'we know no ayony of .wte,
Xoother sniile r fiMwn,
g l " Conltl make her heart forswear
r 1 i Tlfat smniner ttiornin there,'
Beneath thet'oH-sr trees of PontaiuhleaH.
Dear ;:AV vtciima : When the 'tele
phone has suiiplyyteii,, thet telegraph, and
iissirui:y n'i nii 101 uiiMiansmiSMoii 01
Koiiinlrt has eompletel V vov u its sotiort.'iis
; texture over our wUolr lanl, om sjirc.i.
mar at one ami the. same tune be spoke-u
; ju.'ewbern and San Praneis.-o. Nay, at
: tine'lnsfantl,' every main point of our eou-
tliielital sin face niav le listeiiin tt to the
siuiieiiMses wh.irh rewrbrrate in t lie halls,
of Co'iiess; whirling repeat! illy 'forth
from t f 1 - e lindei s. t a?, many ohoim-
tra'ifhw-vtlie' niv, pri.ueip4ir t-i.(ieyvin,
AMii4f "JSoh1i stii-rln nntirtrnl Vildf -r3k"i
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1 r knotty enigma U yeieiiee may, at one
lnoinriil, tin Ul llie-'uatioiia! lit art or puz
zlc tin; gt'iiciAl rtMtioH; one master
wittieisni maV'shake the ponderous sides
of onf-man-continent wit It iniitli far out
roaring what Aesehylrs ca'ls "the count
less 'laughters' "'-of' old Oct'au's cheeks. "
And such ui iy be tlie tiausnn'ssibility of
tkuiight that the -nation's mind may know
Itiyn i mental opeiaitinns; making the
highest? "step of intellect from reasoning to
consciousness. With woudioiis retiective
litss, it may watch its own subjective pro
res,, leview its-judgments, and analize
itn interior traits: And thus may thecol-
lectlve, as well as
the individual mind.
attJi fli(jiei5t of subtlety and acconl
coaBliJift'nt. ' ?riieu will the, name1 of
Ei)l)itraniitted to posterity, not iu-;
Kfri'dupfn jbrss or ftiat blej bntf as,f air
ingreuieiit. of the very air with which we
brejiUjeaudpeakjaii wliLch is the vehicle
of oil r' voices froui one to"another. What
a twue ill hatrbvto have his name-
wuiiuea . fmiroas oj evciy tongue i iiiq
neaitt fii'hanuony by every ear on the
copthientj (I,pray,(iod that I mav live
tqfeeUiiit, hiyj aiid that every other,
gnuiil a'utf j usefu 1, i u veution , w h ich 1 1 is
; iuwwnfiiiioirmit ineii to produce in
tlii generation inay ghnlden my heart ere
. ifaes to, beat. Fori know they are
hut education in form w ln.desale and re
stotleKHUdQTatiou, wliicli dispels fear,
fsUehond, wroug! '
"-American mechanical genius has borne
sway the palm from all competitors atthc
. ITvn'sEshibition. . We have the word of
fueljoiulou 'limes for it: and there is ho
reawin to doubt or qualify the statement,
lile thjs journal iskuoivu to every body
aithejiational uiouth-pieceof IJncleSam's
most jealous rival. Hard times are doing
Us some service, after all; proving the
weight Of the old adage that "Necessitv
is the mother of 'invention.?. Yet. Edisoi
me most meritorious of all the mventors,
Was slighted and turned out ofthe- show.
How very tine, nud at the same time how
.ery uiHertaiii, the awards to human gen
ins may be ! ; . -
When i will we cf the outh make our
uut.ii.uucai achievements commensurate
wirri our acliuowhd-eil intellectual re
wmrcesf When will wc le;ini to print as
well' as write our own liteiatuie! We
nae got tJie-authors and the brains to
priKlnfe edit luhs of Southern seliool books
oi a higlier grade; inentfil and moral, thau
n other people in tljri' world. Y'et .the
laukee publishers still cwri in uc. to reap
most of the profits of sal'. Sotitlieru au-
ywu s, patrpu ie j our pi i u tei s I
E. P. Hi
A Xew Vy of Cblt&'fikmtt tlc'iiefl?
:A""good Indians will be' delighted to
read iu tfie "daily iiewspapers tlutt the
nnpt has finished the. design for a new
yrque p?ace iucdal, with a beautiful head
Hayes on it, which is to be distributed
athe ftiendly Indian chiefs; This
fW.- pUwtiou policy must have a b'e
Jfieetttflct iiiettlingthe Indian ques
tioui but' theMieuefits WmiYtl snrel v btf mints
fajf-rvatjtipgl'he medals ; were alsu di'
trihutied amng the! uufrieudly and war-like-
ehiefi.v 'A' brouze Hiedal with Hm
of on it could not fail to
soothe the savage breast, and uotliiiig cal
culated to brjng' iiboiii; such n desirable
!iSSVu5wt' to 4 Jcft undone. Pkilnp
"HqxI lojig, Tiow lougjwni Ienietuberthill
'SaikfaudLSlc she tieinbkdritli
ifrx VtV rW-iV tka If
or; woman ulio mai4a.formiH)v.in.oF-t i
4ler,t(recmt5 )h!m&rt):Qf a.qQVUQWgreetei faieiswas the t Court iiioaBe;unu
this corner-stone id doomed to see his j finite infornjtipu. I Tearn, however, tliat
Useless truetarb topple over, M his MflllMlfeVimfOTl
iooiisii Jieau v eaim noes not cousiiiure 1 .
iiiti Ties anu reKuonsioiiHies, vre iito uiu i
diicui'eirc&nIW Ar 'tUfrM(tlev krVBrtettlA
r . 1 -i;t!i! t I
His Kingdoninud lis nghteousucssj . all
tfinigs Wilt beatTdedi theVeuutol't "7 ' , j
Wiiat ayuil tJj'f 'VWeltl-if tie Indies,'
if yoar life-companion fs destitute of that
" i w . i
this widesvorl but wrnia- uTd
divine affiction t "Ciiirthe teelins ofthe
heart be bthght and sold like goods ifi the
market ! '"''Cold 'and cheerless must that
household be whose headsare held together
by tfothing'but ieT rotfejnfties 4f tethpmil U
ambijioij aiid vroldlyj rtiifenienc; riy
ot'ejeationr audjuake man's bHly.eiuivar.
lent to his soul. , . . ' ; -
That the rich atid the poor should neVer
form marital alliance would be an idle
and urttenTble" pflpo$itMC, Pet-i'f. and
iniTk-in'uds'lut f e-'otteir nWl foT-'rue
love Mild donoiwell.- IJut that there should
be less of liaFgaiir-and sale iu this, saeved
matter; -.uhuru iro caVlli A .E. P. IL
The 'A. T. Obieiref first makes sure 6f
beiucnglt,"and theTi,;witho4it fear or fa
vor, speaks its mind. The following par
agraph, which 've 'clip Tin hi jan article
that we would gladly reproduce eutjre.it'
space jvemjitted, has the right' ring in -it.
if the Press,' with one' voice' winifd tae
the sajue.luli ground iu favoiof comiunn
honesty, there would be less of scoundrel"
isni tlinn ouconittiy isnow- 'cursed ' with:
i'ead what the Obsvrrer says. Halclieins
Mont filt. -
"CommerflTOrj'flPy' is the virtue
want of the Ajm?rican4eople,
ceaul tyim &n; J ftdtfstjmeht ofharacter
in tilsiclai lUKfiUi4 Uigmc JaKlue to
kt -lklU sVMuy clfrrch.-.ltfr&ibers
irOvJTiBI4i'sS5,TO their promises
ineyuitet,gi'e uoAMiter tli
t htyrf AiHl-whctt sfciiiaTJuAtces hisw ofes-
sioiAtiM$ifciiotis. :rnseekSufidetfec bv
rv&itSZof hiseliious i enn Ration j;e ma y
be YatchejI3& Hie greflJer vigltahce, lest
uudetX! ch)akJieQi)uceals a hwid with
which to rol the unwary. lnt the world
Iial1eifi5id t'it a(whoirt t!ietAiurdh!
arc not WiereWrefacWc WoW&T 4 And
the sooner we come to the nnderstahding
that coiynercial integrity is the umlinal
virtue f btiws Tile, The oBer 411 we
recover the goMl name our eojdebave so
largelv lost b'v iiast neglect of duty..-,
"iielease of legal Jobligat tun to pay an
honest debt does not diminish, by u feath
er's w eight fh' ltim-hT oWigatnm 7f the
debtor. .The morality of the law we will
not now cousmev. H snotiut oe uorue
in nnmi, uu every upright man Will re-
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member, thanwvasjibility fol-
lows. us to the judgineut seat of God. It.
has its source in lliai whose we are, and
as we can uever eyoile llis lawlifid tliirt
law will never be repealed, so the rela
tions of niluf 13 Wall iu he,coin1iion afl'airs
)f MJrWSi vygl-aHUo'P ju4MxiUle,'i)e-
causa j-ightmstyequjsitioii of. eUliiKl
justice, r rom that court there is no lis-
char;e until-the uttermost farthiiiir Js,
rviiil in tin 1iwfiit t,t.i-on iP tlta. i.!.!!,,-!
A Xetc Sehcme for Jiii-er Improvement.
An experiment whielriiromises iaealcu
lable improvement to the river navigation
of the country is the introduction of the
Chamoin, system of dams in the Ohio riv
er, a few miles south of Pittsburg, Pa. A
government appropriation of about $400,-
000 is to bo(Pxpyuded-qn H40 iork, the
design oF A-hieh''iiiiiiai il t giv Pitts
burg a IwirlHH- lrf'iHvigHbfe--deptlrat all
seasons, and father- to shqw the feasibili
ty of ! rendering, tlio whole ..length'-. of the
Ohio uavigable at the- lowest, water by a
succession of these dams. 1 The peculiari-t-
of the dani'ls' that itcinisit's of a' -series-of
,w ickets at li.iUjQi be raised or lowered
at will by hydraulic power. When. Jthtv
streastsnr lf?gh?Re wleVetkfc5?nfV low
leneiith tlio flood?nid boats pass over
them; when th'e? Water falls as' ii'iidsuhi-'
mer a piu paches, J he ek et s , njtj .lnust ed,
and. the coutiued .nattrs l.eroiue if snfti
eient'deptlr to fliiat the river cr.fft,1 wnfch
will pass Jhe jdaui by uieans 't''ai jfocjil
fhis dauv is a "t'l-eiu-h: institution, uiud is
successfully iippjied to nmuy of tire Euro
pean rivers. Col- jtlalian, who is superin
teuding the construction of the Pittsburg
dam, stakes his professional reputation on
its success. Mtjuch a, result ceitAply opens
Unmensej possiUiities.iof iucixased trans
portation rapacity irr American ri rers.-
ShrlnnfieUl l!epubric'ati.' ' i: ! - ' "
1 lhary Bill of Damages J
7; Bosjfljf cjj',24Cifims.gau the
Old Colony Rail Koad, growing out the
Wdlastba'disiisfer, are being .rapidly ail-
iisted.-tj is saidih total adjilstmeuts
Will COSt ',OOU. ,
isii Jieaiu.w eannnues not cousmuie 1 "" ;-- ir".i tt. . if ii7nft
lively yiMpatUfor'Voiv--tIiat jjjoy ?hj all
-f tfnr tovirattd Wtrow fiT'aftyoAr V&n ows
tvliwTi run aitn n r Triim nathliiT Ism 111
and oth.e CJiiMISSfHSoe put it,vcry plain
lyn If itl-f ihlCfe4li vbsluss circles
ti( nriiieis.ffiieai a Christian has
Jiarnina of the KtMttm Court Hou$e. ,
ljun ihi,hijmi v r;rT"i
house square, nearu uuiw s ws
-i - 1 . 1 - . : ' ;.;.r
iot Court Clerk' room, aloiit:3 o'clock a.
been no fire iu the house since the -spvU
thi-6 can be no doubt It was tlie fonl wof k
of an'4iui:endiaryr: EVerythihg iWasdfef;
stroy e4 except the Ilegistwr sbooks j a
Whiefc-were'lred except Xo. 46;tfaela4t,
and the trial iaiers of the present term
Not 11 vestige of the probate bus"""88 OI"
the cotmty is Icft.-GoUhboro Messenger,
Ih& Fall TraHe.uHtl Price. In all oar
larg cities? tlwmiUepteiaaakt.eTJdenceilpf
returning confidence. Ill . Haiti more, (Old
industries are visibly reviving. The shops
ajiof factories are more acti ye, audalthongU
the rate of wages among mechanics,-a pel
operatives is lower, ! in loorresponilcuce
with the lower prices of -arions 'cnrf-.
moilities, we begin to hear rather less o;
the waat of employ meut on the piu t of .the
working classes. Our merchants and dry
goodsdealeis are doing .better', and trade
wears a healthier aspect. , A Similar repovt
conies to us from Philadelphia, and- New
York. In the latter city the.rincipalsir p'es'tuotis' gafe,' liriprecsdented in seVeHi;
tlie'togrefit houses' of 'CX. Ste.w':q wept overtKis city eariy itiU a.th.;1
Co., and Clatlin & Co, have. "Pnencuigaliit, 2:30. p'clock, and'
ed improvement iu general trade, but that
a still more decided change may be look
ed for in the early future. Prices haver
keacJml w hat is Klieyl,to sbe thl'U" 1w-
estpoiut, ami the f,
rejidiest sale are. those that enter uitogeu-
jcral.cousiimpthui. llaltinisrc Sun.
What Edison Cannot' Jo.
Not content witli iMeasiuhg the litarfof
stirs and testing their, light, Edison tld
a St. Louis reporter that he hope to live
to be "able to see a man 10CI ipiles away'
and hear him talk. He ulsololdhim that
he had an electrical machine shaped - like
a tuniug fork, w hich would run a pump.oT
a-sewing machine, and ho hopes to apply ;
its oower to navijratinjj tlM air : 'thd' re
ceutly eihibitel air-ship nf Prof. E: IV
Uichtell, of li;ilgportr Conn.,, he brlipyjc.
successful as far as it goes. He proposes
to inveut a grouud-wire with which he'
can tell how much gold or silver is 'eon -t
tained in a mine without digging niter it.j
If he could ouly iuvent a machiue that
would take the corruption out of .oui',
scandalous politics l-rChicago Tribune. ,- if
' Hit Tramp Problem.
- In all parts of the country tramps are
becoming-byldly offensive again, and a
niiin besof itnidero u assa lfsiavaJheii
noted iithia the iiast fc.'jjlil8!0 d'ff
cni local it fes of the North. If these fel
lows continue' the course they have so
early ijl tlie season inaugurated,'they will
nlliv uivet theniselves t.V bbimi if nirah
tionarf and refciliatorv- nrocicilin'rs sTiQ
Hnited whicl, will prove 'effective (m
.nidifbi ntwhm . i. A htr
decidi ng, the quest i on . ;-As piattcrs npw
stand ft is not safe to ajlofrj them to an-'
PiUachtoo near pi i va te priies-JJt?afo7i
trhj?uudVitf Afternoon 'shrs: "OneKoT
the ni$st ramarkable thThsJin human
turc if the willingness of wonjeu to sjicrj
fire asrPa life for thedlapiceof savij
the, nwirals of a scapegrace hma. If a pK
ous njothercau duly ni; r licrJeelzebtiJ
to; so We jjoocT, religious irl) tl cliaucef
his reformation is greatly likreascnl. rltB
ghl i neither here nor- tere1 when on??
cmsider the uecisity foi- saviog thedear
lieelabub.' I N fi .--2
ZJWreclied in AlbenmrieSoMiul
Z 3t4't.'- -.
(- WTisiHXGTOX? D. C.OcL? 24th. Thg
scluMUierMagnolia, CaJitiS uf t le, froak
EHzatrtjfh,CHyr N. C, wrgckedoii ttio
2d ilJsW in Albemarle Sonpds; The ves-
sTt" isia total, wreck. LtnIbirchalSi
sjgnaLtfficerwas a passeiigeiC on' boafdj
bjU 8 warn, ashore The Cagt&was was
eUover board aud drowfte4.J
UthU-FS made good tv' 'escape IwU
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sujiposeil that the robbers wrajiji the sarS
atig that murdered Mr. Jaoph Woo4
ahtfut t'Uo years ago. - Q . : -
Feeiso ECbope. There 13 a"' C(
-1 CIS -.
ual cniwe for astonishment in tlie statisfi
of ouf. Vxport tVade. Since Jul v 1, the
shiptavpt of.wjiwit and ti ur from our 5
ports fctu4iarriiqwM w; ijflp lcrn!frH
against 15i,!47 busiiels for the corres
mHulingei iiHl in 1877. .
James HaJ tunJsav
if -there was
tlii?;in;bonl'st: niaaiP.tm JBiJtletf is.'obF.
Don't beiieCe tlieu, rdherouavas ever an
honest mam. Detroit Frev' Pret.
-Wouldrst thou knovv
.lof time? '"'Eaiplby oue
. 1 -. ... . .
snme parties iroui Aiiegiuuijr, on lasc o
uniayjnigui, went 10 v 4aspu jrowu
acitin.ortiiisl county j ybl2d hinipH?
$bCK) .-tnd shot his son iu tljeriUai 1 TLm
fT rf"fTr r-isiiHf ttttmtl i,l t!
I 74:li .iV-. " 00 J
jAwti tKe taV tlitVniVrillnjTiriiig
a, lew particulars 01 ine, uisasiera 011
jin.l'i J "tl'i Sin'" Hid J.S'rfi a
Hrc6S,Avbieh J left! this-1 poTttriiesdaji
afternoon for Wafehingtoij' and land
ifiB orithTofomttcfodiiderexl Taek-
1 wmi!! : Tivi.'n 01 tiiLZii ulliiy
was rescued from a IragpiQ.pt ol.aPpat,
amHakcif to Crisfieldaiidh arrived
here tlvi f rnomiri;.J ' He reports Bdrae;
of the'c'feW dnil bassengers probably
rpst? tlic! Siifrl;or 'tfie:1'
Rjyer, Line i ashore at JJaeaJs
1aul; I- ".i ; (. : ;!
J'rhe steatne upper "saloon- was.
carrfed Uway i ' arid she rapid y ' fi led '
aricl1 sa tile. The 'scene' ai the'wreck'
wioriritle jt theextrtjnie. ,TW liine'
ieA taken tpCrisfield were - the ..ptily'
dnessavetl so the loss of life must hava
K?The steamer Ida' and '23 "schooners'
are reported ashore.
" Philadelphia; Oct. 23d;- A teni
readiitig its height.bctwoen .atiiJ ?:3Q,
aj'tn;1 'During-- these-brief i.moniing
Uyti H intAflcti lalile da hiara - done
IjV'tlYeV wrhcr which at 2;45 lii iriVi Avas
.IU -U'1 ' ! !..-( lir ' 1: .i I...!' . :,
blowinjr atJlicv rate ot , tweuty-nve
qule an Jiaur in . westerly . diycchon.
It gradually iiqreaed iu fury, aiid.pbi
tnitied tO'velncity tif eveuty-two4iiilj
5tPArflrr Vilf Inany y'ear, if ever bj
fore', hail (hV're 'lceh so niuchJr,!damjiei
done in the streets, public squares and
all, alang, the. .river fronts. , Alanyj of
aiid! public- squares devasted.' Over
O'iAi relics 'of 'all denonirnatldtis are
inioVe'or less damaged by the denibli-
ipirof steeples, etc. The sheu for de
luu tiuir trains at thc Pa. railroad de
pot in West Philadelphia, wasdenioJ
involving a heavy ioss--The
lag hpoof the Philadelphia, W-
mington and Baltimore Railroad, at
the Washington avenue wharf,. va3
reduced to ruins, and the South Side
ennsylvania graiu elevator in the
immediate' vicihitv. was blown in.
Twopans. of the Falls of Schuykil
bridge, on the Reading Railroad, fel
storming all travel. Numerous
flsasters vlo- slilppint; :are reiibrted.
Seven persons were killed in the city,
anu aumit sevcuiy-.u vc lujureu... u
9 W AS HI N gto Ny Oct. 24. The Sig
nal Corps Station at Cape Henry re
porfs the ship A. S. Davis,' ofears-
,port,.Me.,as ashore eight m,ijes fotith
xit tlie 6taUiii . Hie vessel anu -cargo
are a total ioss. The crew "of uinc-
feen men are all lost with the excep
tion or one.
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Th irtjP TloiisaiidiMOid Vji-ai Qiicycle.
t ii -.-:,; : '
The bicycle, or two-wheeled veloci
pede, had :U briefaror of popularity
in this country some years ago. In
Europe it' has kept in fashion from
its first introduction, and the machine
has been greatly improved. 'A cor
respondent of; the Loudon Field gives
the following account of his experi
ence with this vehicle: "Three years
ago, I purchased a bicycle; and liv
ing jn Croydon, and having an office
i--London, I have ridden - almost
rTiilv.1 winter and summer, in all
weathers," to and fro, a distance of
twenty miles, besides taking excur-
sions over a uumiren nines in -a nay,
i 11 tri psj jro4iifl tliet pastr . wieb, 1 ta v
an account t the number of miles
iViiverscd, and the total amounts to
thirtv thousand miles in three years.
Lliave, .therefore, trawled on this
j A U ft. ' .J jl- . JL. .
rrcycle a distance greater than the
ircumference of tha earth. - I liave
never nicWitii a6 accident or fall of
any .moiuentj aud my , bicycle is In
suflictent order to carry me as far
AVilminirton, Jieriew : The excitement
oyer the nomrmitf.tti of 'a' candulate lor
r 1 ia UhnUl' UltmiilM iWtli'W, t'nu-
ptetety chilled dovti, either by tlie weather
1. ; '
pe;Jfrf. ";2i..j or the name of the nominee, that it ! .t.but tlie mos
' - pAviJl.taea.big.Hitical fire to g np a ... tXV(-w
?the trite elazeeu'ailVanj; the 5th o(, M
hour. , JMMOTAV UllTHOlikey?"
I .T llV',. '"'-VI:
Piuea.'ayaraprp.JUockfi hadBesaat his child, about
PtyA&l pafeJetl sldseby a floating wreck
il l a iL ,",'T -ill i! t.-e.Tv!.
pqlledciose, tp tiie bo,ofahe,i vessel..
ByijrhtioCtheimoou it con Id b:seen
Aauprangonj.hA yawLon,, to
the wreck, and trodj upou what lie
supposed to be a' pile 'of wreck; sfdff
peared so much like an apparition that ducklj a$ the , hour of prayer, to enter The reading of our children. - Pa
tlie crewi of the;yavvt were for a mo- the inostniej. and summon the iman pers and pamphlets of a low and cbr-
ment 'Scartki 'and comlletely out of
their "wits. "Recovrinir1 themsel ei I
tyei $' aga?n an'saw iwo 'human Uie "preceoi' ihe chief of police, he borhood in the land. The emmissa
b?l "63: 1 wrapped jUpin, canvass .and received a positive injunction to come saries of Satan are abroad every where
stretching out itheir hands fo,r.,.helpj to him again on the morrow, and give with these missiles of degradation and
ihe px3or iullow9 4fhen tfcey realized
iiiul tuvii ucmcrdiit-e was at nauu,
pointM;toltTi(;sfcle i 01" tlie 'vessel be-
-rrV'.-Tf J'M;vi.a,j : -r ,
igliU,.Vuueinai iuside",riie pilots
raen;p4itrihejr ears to the sppt tndica-
ted umtiieaf da voice if-a human be-i onrefiirhing to the inosque one man ties and of different christian denotn
rncjallitt in:a:khearHVeridihig!'ibtie 'for ouiycameji to ask tbe cause of so sud- i nations, have warned the public
eip. ,i( Aiier lwu Hours 01 ? incessant
toilbe.ailor succeeded iu. making a
liolfiithrough which . they cquld speak
to the !poor fellow -within, who cried
ut'tliat 'the water Wasi rising and al-
bbst;stra1 rhgrar'Rebuulinj th'eif
eflprtsthtsj filially made a hole large
ctiQiig.to admjt of, tle jiassage of a
man flmlj drew, from the darkness. . be-
low: the' swollen' and' almost- lifeless
bodyof Hbirriqtie' Ganca vis.' When
asked if any others "of the crew stifl
" 'l''l ' "'l' 'T ! '.(''
survive, heu.usweretl! ,"Xo, they are
uLl.dcfidv' ; Tlve survivors are named
Joseph' Reis, Manuel Alvis and Hen
rique Gincal'is, all of Cape De Verde
Islands, who shipped 611 the 12th in-
stant on . the lKirk Sarah," of New
Bedfoln, "for a whaling Voyage of two
years, liic ctejv.uU)erea twenty-
five inert, all told.
(ajalihty at Agricultural Fairs.
We, have never been in the. least
bashful. ..about ..expressing-? opinions
itirT.ugu tnesc columns concerning me
.1 .1 1 .11
selling of pools, or any 'of- the ' miny
c.,m, "l "rly: l"a"J
forms 6fairtbling by which the "far-
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mer s sons, who are supposed to go to
- v . ' . .' '. .-. . !:-.
tlie uirs .,to lfaro, something .worth
knowing, are encouragea to, speiwi
Ifao, .agricultural, exhibition cau-
not be held, or larsoeietyi- supported,
wiliiptilitliejassistaiiceiof men whose
sole business it is to fleece the young
and, uninitiated of their. dearly earned
., .. 1 i 1
savinirs. then it is Inch time to rub
o ' - . .
nf .nil lirxrui ;inpw on some otlver
"v "b-" .".- .
tack. If the aim of our. agricultural
societies is to make money to put into
,l,c.rcas,1rv ornH.lnePocKe,k. u
otlicers. rattier man 10 euuuaie me
people, then the sooner they go down
the better, that theashes of their ruins
may be Used, lot stimulating a more
f.,m o.i.tiilfiTroV cviftjp h.ivpiTrtne
a very useful wk in U,e past, but
. t . .i.ii 4v
there has been an unmistakable ten-
, , .
j 1 ji a m u WM - ----- - -
and decay a decay which we hope is
., v ' ii1Q,
to be checked ju season to save them
ti. :.:.t.-. yr rorurm iire vorv
ine eniuwMv.-VM,-.- ,
ciif ertnirf aiii-iion"o- 'v
in:' tfi'e ' inatter of letting
; - i. .-.
1 '. ...1.1... ..I i.iKliars al.tir
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lt, .1 , , t 1 ,'. 1 J - -- ' ,- !
' A bashful you tfg man Cscortetl an tonal
je4,thMwllmg i tUo damsel,, sne u
... 1 fii j . ..ii vl..ul'
Sill I niuup.,1 7
..I..Hin.tl-. .".l'tlII.,UOU U IC11..III1 "Wi
, ; ,. ,,.o .Saty," said he,
'; cidphHHcallS'i,'''d6:tfV jJb:a,'mfind,;rani : as
much ashamed of it as you a
.'"f hese!: schools of cookeiy teacl a
! J?rl1to',cooV jtist :wark)ng liehiud a
I carriage (eaclies a Vy to' drive. L ;
; uje (eaclies
W hisjey may, be, ,an . ntite lor
nake-bitey but tlie most serious oncry
ii'iitidote for wins
ureinewuimeor qrt.r ,n ga.ors ihet.Ga?d is partly due to tie ad- pound.
nof4fclAnce; tmt 'where' the -vance .... 'df sulphate of am. Co!or, its
if?n:?i! ?.?f:o,i l moiuaVtuLji mainly occasioned by plum and
side of the ;proless,onal gambler. -.; . the aniline .aud. other uroducts now dark,
I il JJuigjhe, festival of the Bairatn,
an.inhhbitint of lha vill
. . ... v
two years old. in'a'hawl and a m.
ornamentert-wlttriireces of gold, and
erffrhcVTI ttfa'sldve, who left it for
j1.'"!''?! trWMl, -I..- .
-l!,"J,JlL J4r.1-li - ..
a uiULneiH sea
loTOSSt5SffFu J"-, court 01 "ie
hniua T. ; . 1. I.M 1 ." I
its return , the child was
ntapaBfty seafpK.for it proved
nselesswl iTiieiiathej applied to the
chief of 'photifcenat Bagdad, entreating
uiui tu uiuuire mio ine circumstances.
th K Med that the child
Uptfltypnied; r .fe.oriaccount
onnwru?s,naaiieretore must have
oceirtafcen-'by: ote of the neighbors,
(or'priest) to come immwliately to his
niflLVonri -WliJh trm mnn ftxmtn mtn
him tlie'na'Wfe of the person who first
came 10 inquire 01 nun the cause ot
his, being, aeut Jfor to the police office,
a ursa.ia rgenerai pay little atten I
lion to tlie affairs of others, , not even
in those of thefr Jiriests; conscquentlv,
uen a numinous, , j.ue unan repneu it
was ou!yiji relation to a firmen (de-
gree) which! he was to have read, but
which" ws'WitKdrawn. However, on
being informed by the man of what
passvthfikp)uef of police caused the
inquisitiye- man to be arrested, and
discovered the-body of the child con-1
cealexl uttdcYthe staircase of his house,
audjthui proved that it was he who
carried it of, He was sentenced to
be instantly beheaded.
The Va I ueaflVaste Products.
We liaveTeferred before to the value
which' ' modern chemistry has given
to substiinces which, a few years ago,
were worse than nothing, being nui-
sauces which cost no small sum to get
rid of. An English journal gives a
striking fnstance of this fact that the
Bradford" town council have been
offered more than 1 0,000 ($50,000)
per annum; for the next seven years
for therefnsei of the Bradford Gas-
Works.-:iThe'aveee price received
during the list ten yearswas 800,
" 1 1 i
and tlie contractor who has paid that
' -" 'V . .
sum fortlift, past seven years increas-
Ij h;8 0'ffer to 8,000, which it ap-
- v , , . . . ,m value,
La:nl,rrora th '.,eruse of coal
.1 Li io-Trrv . wr ivnnTir i '.ionr ivi i i
1 ne are t;iau iu, miuw mat emu; uui
- & . .
! 4 l Tlf. nhn
iir-j- 1 ..i.i:i.: u:
w ei eommcnceu puuusiuiig ...
verr interesting "Sketches of Hert-
I Ini-if ' Pull rit w t li o v hriVA hpnninft kii
( r author t0
write a history of the State. This
new History -of North Carolina will
be published at an early day, and wili
fefleCt: credit upon our State. Maj.
Moore is indeed, an excellent and ac-
.. W - "
WJlllo we JUiVQ seen repeaten eoiuim-
. ' '
mentaryc notices oi ms sneiuucs, c
",c . . .
plimeiUury ot m which has ami racy
. . 11 v . , .,, ,
was questioned. mis woik win ue
, i V . ..
I .... 1.1 i.liii I . Ir ciir-rillim ir ivill
... . , .
It . "
1 a 1
and ; whetV' bound 111 two volumes of
I ini'l i.,r.. orT jf K.-i I .pt nvfrv nun
H V . . 7 J .
inters themselves 111 this l?Ood Work.
U- Mwjifvy 'i
Theyhilve iiow brought outa n ck-
n. ,, 5- tie ulorea mule kicks,
I cy . .ri....,tt..J.. '
jtim'jM aut )ucLV tfie easier will be the
position ilfj.tlie, rider. Thus, after a
struggle ot eighteen liuuurca years
man haa'got'the better of the mule.
1 . . "M l i ! ! ii
KaTefgTf lir ir'Tiie room of our worthy
State Treusuier,!) Worth, at the Yar-
loro House, wjtSlrl8l"etrtne night during
TlaaWe M watch aud
Jjgjiienible.iniirtey.witt Uken from under
- ! the pillow apou which the doctor was
ITEMSBY: CA B LE A ND TELTS-
. GRAPH, ,
. - ;.,r'j ' - ' iff. ir'-Tvnr:.-';
Loxdox, Oct. ' 17.-lThe Times
Iul,,,on W""" . .run.Kmd?
were ta" rr AmericaWitam jne
last thrAft.av. -
last threo. lav
;. -i irvaaon
IV VW Vrrir
Aew YonK, Oct. 17. Geofare W.
Haxil, Ajutstant District AUomt of
Brooklyn, has resigned. He confesses
to the appropriation of Goverameut
;', mu ue says ne lost in. wall
street. u ; ,
Peteusbueo, Yx.t OctAKj
special says during a 1 RepnUtcau
meeting yesterday at Hickfonlym.iA.
nipt character find their way Into
everv town and almost m-ppv nofrrl-i
Neath. We have found them1 in soma
01 our scuoois. ijei teacnera ma
parents guard against theni as they
woum agaiust; tne yeuow, levpfj-or
smallpox. Some of the leading aien
in New Haven, of all poRtical par
against 1111s evu. juay ail give ne,
for boys and girls that read such vile
trash will have no taste for what is
good and pure, they wilbegreatly
injured if not ruined for life.1 jfVem
Hep. of School llsitor, Bristol, Conn.
': "' Jt
Mustard was, according, to ; the bi-
lief of the ancients, first introduced
from Egypt, tbat country which claims
the honor of being the birth-place of
Ceres, the goddess of seeds, and JE-U
I ..... V . . . . .
culapins, the god ot medicine, through
whose means this plant was made
known to mankind as an . agreeable
and wholesome herb iu its green state;
while the seed was useI a a medi-
cine, and occupied ihe firstrankamohg
alimentary substances which exercis-
to a prompt inuueuce on tne uratq.
Mustard is mentioned by Pythagoras,
and was employed in medicine-'by
Hippocrates, B. C. 40.
has contributed a 4iew fruit to this
country which in California U called
rmm h wild
irom tne w uu
ern ana 00111
the persimmon, though very different
lersiuimon of the West-
Southern States. It ripens
without frost and obtains a large size,
sometimes weichinff as much . as a
Ut a bright orange or reddisli
flavor resembles that of a
fi" combined. The tree has
glossy foliage, and when the
fruit is ripe looks beautiful. The fruit
is a great favorite in Japan, and can
be successfully grown in the -greater
Mart Df this coiintrv.
A Terrible Affair. Lynchburg,
Va., Oclobec 16. A most terrible aiid
heartrending ue occurred in this
city to-night on the occasion of a mar-
riago ceremony at the Court Slreet
colored Baptist church, which was
packed to its utmost capacity. A fall
of plastering alarmed the crowd, who
became panic stricken, jumping from
the second and third story windows
killing and wounding many.
A boy came along to one of our
neighbor's houses holding a very dirty
dog, and asked the gentleman of, the
house, "Don't you want to buy a dog,
Mister?" "What kind of adog iJt?"
asked the gentleman. Tlie boy look
ed puzzled. "Well," said he, "it is
part terrier." "And what is the rest?"
asked the gentleman. "The rest !"
aiiswered the boy, "why, tht rest is
is just dog."
Englisli Mills Slopping irorfc.
London, Oct. 17. The glut in the
cotton goods market in Lancashire is
simply unprecedented. At ., Preston
Nimmo's mills, with 30,000 spindles
Sharpie's mills, with 32,000 spiiidles
have ceased running. IlorrackV,
Miller & Co., the best knotvn firm In
North England, have ad0ptedniea
11 res to restrict it production in their
Genius finds its own road, and car
ries iUown lamp.