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vtV XLTHIRD SERIES
SALISBURY, JI.;C., NOVEHBER 20, 1879.
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From the SdenUflc Amertcan,;
5 i;yn M a curions power,
' W&Lcn understand:.
llBf;;, .omact and tiS1t,
.f!S Strong bolt, were throng
j f A' " ki-Tirf more inys w " -m
krow atone np in the nir,
S I ciu't discover how
Wiiect 'tract another;
fiiove each other, Uka
BSESild a brother.
!t the compass always points
1 Froclamation by the Gorernor.
State ofNorth Carolina," ) .
ExecOtive Department- f
By authority of law, Ii Thomas J.
Jarvis. Governor nfV nri K r w;i :
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!do set apart Thursday, .November 27,
1 It: . 1879, as a day of prayer and thanks-
... Icivlnz to Alraihtv God fir flip
ltohi mercies atid 'blesiTftgs He has
vouchsatel to us during the year now
passing away. . i
And in order for its proper obser-
vanu l request the people on thai day
to close np their places of business,
and abandoning all secular pursuits
to attend their respective places of
xjvine worsnip-to return thanks to
the Great Ruler of individuals and
Hthe North Star causes im,.
ISLs Rme otW rtiuse;
tJrcrhapho cu solve !
f , limits on a'lasscs cup
-trStin bids him woo it;. . L
fJffhtn he's in, attraction keeps ; j
" lt!ictM"e8 the sot to drink,
UlH trouble, drown; .
Itliction U a. canons power,
;. : Th.it iione can understand:
j-Mwa'ter, aii!, anil hffld.
It oV"tes on everything-
frliea, tke tides, the weather;
jir infrtinu'ft draws the sexes up,
ia hinds them last tosther.
Keeping the Boys on the Farm.
Paper from Grass.
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In an extended argument aft to the de--! One of the (subjects of a recent patent is
sirability of farmers' sons sticking to the the manufacture pf paper pulp and paper
farm, the Cincinnati Commenial observes from common grass. The patentee claims
A Sew York Jury Declares that Mar-j
riage is Legal by Mutual Consent.
New York, Nov. 11. Several
that there is a feature in this nattr of that grass treated when greenjand reduced to years aS ni. li. Mines died in Eu- gnajj j
It has been generally conceded thai
the re-adjusters carried Virginia by a
rope from the result of an accident,
i . :: CLEA5ISGS. tri
Sinco 18G0 the growth in rpnlafioi? im
as follows : 1 Eastern -States, ' 3,80B,n)r;
Western States, 7,902,632; Sou tLeru-Stih i
4,025)34. :.. .. . ka
Gen. WinCeld Scott - Ilaneocljrnti
sons following tRe calling of their fathers pu'p, has s Tery flexible, sUky, long, and te
that is not sufficiently regarded. " nacious fiber, Which, when made into paper,
"The calling of the father may rise to a assimilates linen paper, and, if anything pos-
higher dignity when the sons adopt the : "esses greatc softness ana transparency. at Madisou avenue and Twenty-sev- ar We4 afft; next V W the Democracy in 188C-TrM
l.,Mnn .l., .j-..iJ : Anv of thft rnmninn field, lawn, or meadow I w uku i uic uat kiiu vi vui i , v
uuDiiito.?, tuuiviiiiii j icuiu ii, uuu icaiuu.v j t n T' r h
ly and proudly pursue it Then 'the ac- grasses can be use4, and for this purpose it
cumulated reputation, capital, and bnsi- ' b9t tht the grass should be cut or mow-
ness of the parent can bo inherited 1 and ed before it begins to bloom; but young or
preserved by the sons. i fei J j old may be uied so long as fhe sap is yet in
"Again, it is a law of naturo that holds circulation and tile chlorophyl, silica, and
good iu all the animal kingdom, that apt- other organicjandinorgariic matters are not
uess for any businessiuay be inherited, dried in, wkith is found to make a serious
or may be bred, as we say of stock. The change in the quality of the fiber for the
ing a wife, MMy Elizabeth Hincs, , .r1 ca t.,e site rf waa "'X.
; and two children. He owned a house I indictments of Mormon polygamists, who orfc, Indiana, aud the Sohth if n6mln.4tc ! ,
uw uuuiwu i tuuc auu nrui-ocY i ire to oc iricu &i ujc next term oi me vm j -,v-"v"- j vw,-
i i .... L . 1 .a el...- n x . I flU ? 'i I --'l' 3 StTT
cum Mreei, which ins sisters look pos-1 fcCU osues ouru . , k
sessiou of, claiming it as their proper- Detroit. Nov. 13. Gov. Cross- Charles Lamb said that j a langlu.wra
ty on the ground that he had not been Weil this afternoon appointed Fernan- ?&gJE
legany married ana mat ine cuuaren I do C Beaman United States Senator t111 possess a cneermi aispositiontaa -were
illejritinate. Suit was beirun bv UU fill .k. t, J ? tfowmfail tobethe,.matki o
T. -i ' i ' - , I ! "ucahcv. kwvt law jajj estate oi .iu,uwayear . t. --i
Mrs Minm ann tno nrniniiin rt t ha ci. I -
a -" oenaior vnanaier.
creat desideratum in develomnsr a raceof nurnose oi paper, j
which we have enjoyed : for khe ex- trotters is to insure an aptness to trot.. I -After grass lis cut ormown it is
-'IrlUtJjpep Ulm in perfect peace, whose ml ad Done at the
ioHectand wondrous promise,
'ii iierfVct ieace to rest !
i jMA liks storms to e
;t 3Jv tlml's love blest.
-AjjYS "We. ,
..fei-heavenly peace, unknown,
Exerpt (hose who trust
: j iu God alone!
ption from pestilence and disease tins comes uourom hock mat nas - w-r ' f'-p-
which Ue lias given us ; fbr the kind habitually been used for the draught or squeeze out lBe main poruopu. tue sap aim
and friendly relation that have exist- chase or race course. If the dam trots r or u p ue n u Kn
P1 nmmur nU .l,.ccoc f a;:,, . and the sire trots wedonotexDecttlieorl- uas wccu 4lJl- "
- . . . 'I . - i i ii nprt nlafcd in n. larrre tank or water, in
lor the general and grow ins prosper - iI,nuStoue running norse. ,. , . . i 1 . T ' r , , ,
i ue ouvspartaus uuuerstooa tins law , - p .. " . J
or oilier buiiuuiu uiraiis, bu ua iu uiuiv inc
water 4f thfe tank may be either
warm or clod and the stand is constructed
with a perforated "false bottom," on which
the crushed grass rests and through which
the dirt fall ihto the compartment below,
from which a pipe extends to allow the dirt
and washed-water to escape. When the
crushed grass is jjsufficiently washed it is
boiled in an open kettle or in a steam kettle
with lye, in proportions of about one tenth
of a pound ol caustic soda, or two tenths of
a nound of caustic potash, or six tenths of
lime to one hundred pounds of grass. The
boiling continued when an open kettle is
used for from: four to live hours, but when a
steam kettle is usbd, two hours will suffice
ty that' lias pervaded the whole Jbtate.
and for all His varied blessings be- developing an aptness for a given calling "I " J,
stowediipon us, and to invoke a con- in the childreu. The Germans of olden j dfrt- n,e
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ttuuance of His watchful care and pro- t,me developed a race of warriors on the
tectton over us during the Scorning: same principle.
year. And while it vill be becoming "The law of heredity is so broad and so
on that day to T rejn ember the widow powerful in its influence that it extends
and the orphan, aud the poor and not ouly to coler and form of our race,
needy everywhere among us, and to but in extends to the teinperanent and
minister to their wants. 1 especially even to the tastes. The, taste, though
commend to the pray ere and; gifts of like the muscle and reasouing faculties,
the people the orphans in the, -asylum may be improved by education. Still the
at Oxford, who 'are now dependent for taste for aud aptness for auy calling may
a support solely upon the charity of bcincreased troni generation to genera
the people, the btate appropriation for tion
Jthat purpose being entirely exhausted "'Then, if we are to reach the highest
children for the recovery of the profits
oT the house and also for possession
thereof. The main question involved
was whether Mrs. Hincs was the le
gitimate wife of Mr. Hines, or not.
There had Ieen no-marriage ceremo
ny i performed, but they mutually
agreed in the presence of witnesses to
Welire helpless, Lord, (,
j Thou art all power and might,
Onr putti is often dreary,
j IHM ilioa or light !- J..
Wfcav? ho hope bnt Thee ;
i Oh leave us not alone,
Till (iffc'V brief dayjs oVr,
!-! tilj giiard Tliiucr own.
t the city of Raleigh (this the development as race of farmers, we must!
11th day of November, -and in expect it through the line of descent. The
riinrifiiisc is our hope,
i'jiv Ipivseiice is our light ;
WilliiMit Tine all is tlark,
! jtlHi noondaV night.
TlitiiUhiy our minds on Thee, -
Let Tli V hand lead us on
,'lo joyi above.
t i( rftinf rtur. Ttrfl rtnrt t It r m.
i sand eight huudred and seven-
JCC ty-binejand in the one hun
dred and fourth year of Amer
ican Indepence. -
By, the Govern(r : j 4
'- Thomas J. Jarvis.
Lee S. Overman. ! - i
Atfr tlm iMiilimr oncration is comnleted
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son ii.8t; mneiit u.e meS8 u. uuue., materiaI j3 remoTed from the kettle and
and. take np the calling and business i . Mt(n,r trmil,i, ; hich it is
where he, left off, and his son, after him, T . and wm cne to two hourg
and so on. When this shall become the thig u washeJ Until ckan in clear
the custom in our families, theu shall wo water j .
see greater stability in society and a high7 Thg coarsej pulp or felt thus' produced is
er type of civilization. Every parent. has refinc(3 and bleached for the production of
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tne ciuei power xo onng mis work aooui. fiue ers &i fojOW8 : jt ,s first placed in
Tlie very independence of a farmer s lite- ' . a,4iT;i,i
The fountain of content - mast"ptin;
The Greensboro Patriot says, a lit- np in the inuid, and he who has so4tttlo
tie boy at Jamestown, Guilford coun- "oweoge oi numan namnr aa-w
tvi had his hand blown all to pieces, f,. . . 1
F,v,M. dlgno81tion will waste 'his lifo m
Sunday last, by the explosion of a trnMws efforts.and multiply thh
dynamite cartridge which he was ban-1 which he proposes to removeT "a4
QlinS. I Act- nnt hf fmaf TTini Btlll-
Asilr nnf whw. 1-nfc vnit: hia will
Greensboro Patriot: Dr. R. K. Simply on His word rely; - ' - dl
become man and wife. The itiry on Gregory and I. F. Davis have put od sJiaii ail yur iieeu sappiy. -?aw
the trial decided that the' marriage their beads together and made an ini- 8 of old the manna fell t 1 u
was binding and the children legiti- provement iu the steam engine which Day by day for Iaraey
mate and entitled to the property. I practical engineers pronounce the best j Till yon rise from earth to heaveni
an appeal was taken to the general improvement that has been made in pmn Lu
term of the Court of Common Pleas, twenty-five years. Uh the conversatioa turnon
and to-day that court rendered a de- I- . , . i r k
xiie ivauesooro neraui says, a new iv '.tt-
dwelling house, the property of Col. contended showed a sagacity Uhatbar-
G, Smith, near his mills at Gras- ga tnermust nave Drams, yonng
sy Island, on the Pee Dee river, was raan wno naa iaKeQ oonsuaiiy
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burnetl on the 3rd instant. Supposed prominent part in tne conversan,
to have been set on fire bv an incen- to the annoyance ot an .eiclerJjjgen-
that Dr. Alvord, County Clerk Mas- a'Jtv No insurance Itleman, his neighbor, tornecb td4he
terson and Mr. Leahv have just re- . ' ' - I latter and said, "Do you belie veXtbat
i c I...., c.i:.. ; JLne ivauesooro xieraiu annuuuwa
milieu iiuuj u iiuiii uu uuiuic i uirj
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Yokum Blue Lick and were waiting nsonv. ue. a
for deer, which came there at dawn, ms people ; nau , oeen nonore..u
The lick js at the bottom of a steep eeveral official positions, and died in
r,. .11 i i 1.1 a! 1 1 tne i otn year oi nis age.
uu. J-r Aivora suuueniy noiicvu
cision affirming the decision of the
A Fresh Snake Story.
The Yellville, Ark., Sake tells us
is to be the germ which develops a race fiftftfin minute.. ;.xt in a dilute solution of
The Largest Flour Mill in the World. that can Pot other than au i,1(leI,en- sulphuric acid for about the same time, and
uent people, unr muion i iu uciuc ti us ftgain in a go ution of carbonate of soda. It
greatness in the devolpment ot gcui- is thcn placcd in a solution of chloride of
ture. It power at home and abroad is ,na?nesia fbrjabout thirty minutes, and after
to bo establishetl and held through the arts tUis it pia(je,i third time in a solution
of husbandry, praticed by a skillful and : nr rrlinnrtinf soda; nnd. finallv. a second
a cold solutioh of Carbonate of soda for about
Among the giant mills which rse on
every hand about the milling districts of
Jlinneapolis, the great "iVaslujurn says
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IrJsh Love Song.
t iiLKKEU l'KUCIVAL, GRAVES
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the Pioneer Pr$ loom3 pp conspicuously.
Beside it the Humbolt and the Pettit and
! the Arctic and others iflTthatvicinity lok
like pygmies. From the canal way back to
Second street, a distance of 250 1 feet, and
with a frontaga of 103 feet on the canal, the
solid walls of .limestone are slowly jrLing
under the skillful guidance of Mr. McMul-
len. the builder-of the "B" mill. I These are
virtuous ji-ace of farmers. All then that ti,e in a solution of Sulphuric acid. These
can b douo by the state or fiimily to en- ' operatTolll nmv le repeated more or less till
noble aud to dignify, the calling, and to the .)Ujp i S and white as required,
entail its blessings anu inunenee ironi arter which it is finally washed in clear wa
father tolson, will add to the stability and ter Anothcfr method is to felter the crude
grandeur of the nation.
Alii swan of slduderness, dove of tender-
: . : f ! ness," I
i Jewel of iovs arise ! '-
The little red lark, like a rosy spark
Of ftotig,' to hs sunburst nics ; i
BuVdH;you araiiseu, earth is a prisou,
Fiill of my captive sights. .
tlM-n iike anoi discover to vour fond
; Tiuver l
Jlieuiorn of your matchless eyes.!
iTbl iaw'ii is dark to riic : hark, oh i hark
' if fi' -J ' - - l
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Pulse ot my heart, I pray. .
An4gejitly, gliding out of thy hiding,
Uawte ine with ihy day ! I
And oh ! I'll fly to thee, singing, aud sigh
lathee, ! . r .
":;. Passitm so sweet and gay,
4 Th kifk shall listeli, and dewdrops! glis
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j Mnghing oiueyery spray.
j ;! j ? r'h ' Spectator.
feet. To gain an idea of its size jone needs
to v.-alk about it. both outside and ini. The
railroad which runs through' the1 buildin
' on the second story seems to take tip but
little room, andTyet think of a train of cars
passing . through any other of our public
pulp with wjiter glass and bleach it with a
solution of chloride of lime or chloride of
Carpeting the Mississippi at Xikw soda. Still ftnotjier is to uieacn tne cruae
to be carried to the height of eight stories, Unr.EASSi in a reeeni issue me rtv, wr- pUip m cujrinogs, men .
ttm makinr thfi linildinrr not onl'v tlielar.r- leans Tinies states that nearly all the first . chloride of shda,andnish with water glass,
! est mill on the ground, but the highest of appropriation for laying cane mats along after which fhe pulp is washed with clear
anv in the citv. for the distance ! from the the river front, m the second ana iniru ais- waier. 1'apprs prouuecu mui iuw
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i i t. " i n Liii uni tri-t nf Orleans Pariah, haa been expended rrfaas nuln are said to -possess the qualities
ii .1 -1- I t I . ii -X1!!!. aV
in the wefrk. - of great streogthi anu ungin oi uoer, i
Another appropriation of $00,000 was tv, softness axid flexibility. For tissue
made in Anril last, and the department had drawing, writing and copying papers the
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advertised for bids upon the work, return-' material is sKid fo be admirably adapted, as
able on the 20th of October. The laying of it provides d fina writing surface ami supe
the mats is done in a more satisfactory man-1 rior, transparency even without the use o
,,.r.i, mnm Tvnul.l 1 lfft ner than ever before, as the men have great- any size. j f
besides? The height of the basement story lyjmproyeu m um uj iniu tuTu..v... ..T...,.
seems considerable to look at, yet one gts regular rate of speed is now two mats per Qf ground gjvca,in the whole year, from 0.,
to 1.5 ot a poumi i areen grns, uian-uiy
from' 30,4 9 tob ,3i0 pounds to the acre.
;One pounll of green grass makes one
fourth to one sixth of a pound dried, or 11,
It- t a n I- n i JL lie li uuesuuiu xicruiu niiuuuuua
from a hunt on Saline .rork, 7"c
rkausas. The party had stationed the sudden death on Thursday the
emselvcs in the tree platforms about 6th inst., of Col. W ra G Smith, of
a fll- TT- a 1 l.'l.
have brains V' "Certainly T difr,"
was the. prompt and -pointed reply,
"since they know when to slmt-"
A Petulant Settler for set
tle. The best service which Jufige
Settle can render to his reputation
something like a hoop come rolling grousing meeting of was held in and to the country is either to attend
down the hill and across the wet lick, the j court house at Greensboro, last his durties as judge, letting political
It was followed by three others, which Saturday night, in the interest of the movements severely alone, or to ''re-
rolled to where it had stopped. Mr. I Cape Fear and Yadking Valley Rail- 8jgn and enter politics on a plane'Stlth
Leahv called out: "Hoop snakes! road. Several townships in Guilford other citizens. This mixing up of
Watch them boys!" The snakes, county voted on the 5th on the ques- his iudicial character with thaio? a
played around for a few minutes, and tiori of subscribing to the stock of the I politcal schemer is degrading to, his
then resuming their former positions, r0ad. I office, is demoralizing to him .and is
standi nor on edere with their- tails m i . . Mlco-natlno- tn trt pnnntrv. : vi
O - o I TJ, . -tn M.. Tt 1 1 ia wiwrt. P"cfi"u"u6 ' J
A 1 . . mm nnl iliAMlf nil, lAffA11 f C 1 ' I mnmm . .
Uieil II1UUIII9, t.C..WV..aiC.jr j,-- , - . a.aUC-aa
,, , 111 iTM a1 ' I ea lO-aay iroui aususia mat, mc wiovc
roll up the hill. The gentlemen rub- M; . , t ,
lftd their eves and looked again.
A Roman Catholic writer says : ' !" '
'Who will sar that the uncomnUa
There they were rolling up' hill just
as fast, as quickly, and easily as they
had rolled down. At first they part
ly agreed not to say anything about
the matter, as they feared thier story
would rot be believed.
authorities have certificates prepared
to send out giving scats to 17 Demo-1 beauty and marvellous English' off the
cratic Senators and 85 Representatives, Lprotestant Bible is not one of the &reat
giving them a majority and a quorum j strongholds of heresy in this .countiry T
; thn Rpnnh irnns ret re. " "s on u, ear u,LO U,U8" lUUk "
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but an imperfect idea 6ft he vast amount of diem, eacii mat naving leugiu m iu nu..
spacc until he is told that the western half, red teet ajnd a breadth of twenty-six feet.
which is to be used lor storing,; win noui i-
. . , r ...a. i.Ai. j :.,. t rwiii. norh.r niiniit, rix teet on each sine, ana
i nil ii hi im!if!, lie can ircL a.nuiiiL-i iuiii ! . ,
' t i 1 I 1 il... 1. .u,.... ..f I v .1 - i.1 ! ra ......n lnnn ar.rn Fir
of its size bv figuring the area, when he will are weigqieu aown xo m uuuuih... t- , y.y pounusp.icY
i.- -..:. i,i f fi;.nvPr that thsre nre in- er by long canvas uagsinicu wim au. one pouna oi uric. -
closed 8 850 000 cubic feet, I M I September the workmen were engaged be- j third to onejfourf h of a pound of hue bleach-
low xiivsian J ieius sirccc. iuc num iuuk Qa ana nnisucu ;pupL-it ui
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Opinions and Advice from Senator Hanip-
Senator Hampton Raid to the peo-
fidr at Abbeville, S. C, several
.flaylhgo. He is thus reported by a
wrre$j)ondent vfoftho A-lgust:i; Chroni-
:hWllf ' 'T- ' i r . L j .
- J itiie of Hs may be disturbed at fhe re
j juj qf the recent elections ; I an Uot. ' I
r!-!i expected any other result in j Ohio,
liere jthey ndvoenled greenbacks and
ojlier foolery the v deserved what! they
t:.Teu. ' 11 the democratic parry, win
tSnjiaate suitable candidates, fwe can!
" i-!ff irl1 tlbo-lfction in 1860, even ffrjOraut
! tojttiimted ly the Kepublicah 'party,
i iT&ere is one man (liayard) w ereTliu noin-
mated kill insury success. f Hayard is as
:ttiC to the Stmt h as I have becui- lie has
- WHiitrtie to the teachings of thq cmisti
: tulion I and to PgowfK .govern nk-ntv He
lifliejitTilden in New York anjd -can
parry that Statej Xomiuate ; withj Hay
r; ii;Mjjonald, of Indiaua, and f we can
tty that State also; these are tho only
Bioci-atic States Nortli. To these add
tliyote of tlie South and wo can elect
' thenext President. We inust,iojwever,
M (irudeut and discreet; we must pot be
irafii into the angry debates f congress
itttri inr. lesislatitn act for thef good f
tufe whole couutrv. then appeal to the
vcoUntrt at larire for tlie- justice pf onr
mi and aay, will you take a man like
arard t Let rrs show that wo are i
aw-abidinir people.- One indiscreet fool
uie outh can overthrow tne fwoi K 01
any Wise statesmen.- I will not attempt
P Advise in reference to the" two races,
"Ccause bv conciliation and a diie reffiird
tb,t)ieir rights this was one of the cuu
$P that was successful iu the ejection
G.? Stand np on the platform you
iyou npon then , for you can
?W the State j otlierwise. Stam
i NUecaugeita. ririnrinlt'H are true.
!TigUt; show the colored, inajii that
L Jur interests are the same, ami We will
yJwa. their aid in 1S30. as we did in
How much flour this monster; is to turn
out when completed is a secret which Mr.
Washburn keeps to himself. It certainly is
larrc- enough to make from 2,500 to 3,000
barrels per day, for it will contain twice as
much room ns the old "A" mill, on j whose
site it stands, and that mill the last day it
ran made over 1,500 barrels. In regard to
the process to be used it is premature to
speak. but this much can safely j be sard, it
upper district will be begun when the low
er work is finished. The latter is by far the
most important, and, owing to the presence
of projecting whnrves and of shipping, most
costly and most difficult.
finished paper tq the acre of ground.
.A New! Aid !'or Cotton Growers.
rV . U 11 V III KJ UXBB .A 1 1 -j 7 I 1 .
' . .' ! 1 J fmnlAtpd in another vear.
. . 1 a. 1 -k ttnn Xlf 1 I Li II 11 1 9
will oe tne most appruvcu iiuw in uav. , ,
wuum ho.-uJn t'Mtin.r the illunirarian two towers have now reached there last
process in the :B" mill for some4 months stage, antl have only to be fitted with their
past, and the conclusion has been reached massive caps of solid stone work. For this
that the exclusive Hungarian system has purpose jt wo great scaffolding have to be
some disadvantages -connected with it. A erected at a dizzy neigm; one i mr.u uu-
nortion of the wall are now up to the third ever, alrcttdyapproacnes compieuua. i, ..yu
storv and the entire building will be' under the" caps have been finished then a still
j.- .!.- -i i- r nmhip w 1M1 rmn. : hiiriicr siorv win nac iu v. v.wv.
rniii ii v iiic 131 av.j. vv.. . . .--0 --
1 There is v litlo cotton mill in West
minster, Gil., w hich takes the cotton from
n to CAT1T.DRA1A.- t&e pod on the plantation where it grows
V, y vi x i aVa ii' v. v w . i . f- i -l
The first stone of the Cologne Cathedral and converts it by a sii.pfo am inexpan
was laid August 15, 1248, and it is thougHt ive process mtyariu By this trans-
i.A-j i ft,,.. Tl,.1! formation the COlton is incrc-isu.i iu .uc
iiiv , i .
from three Icent's ' to seventeen cents a
ltniind. Tfiis is not the only advance, as
not be forgotten; like the sound'' of
Doubtless Horatio Seymour, Jr., Church bells which -the convert hardly
But Colonel feels lonesome. He is the only one of knows how he can lorego its leucine.
Star.() at whose plantation thoy r the: candidate o the Now York Dcm- 3
ed the next night, explained to them ocratic State ticket to whom the offi- . d auJ Uie anchor 0f nationarserioli-
that the hoop snake is able to thick- cial returns give a majority, aud he nes8 The memory of theaiad
en itself a little in front of its point can express himself as Gov. Brogden passes into it. Tho potent traditions of
of contact with the ground, and to did when he was elected to Congress childhood are stereotyed in its .verses.
kPP this nart heavier than the bal- from the second district of North Car- The power of all the gneis ana mais
I 1 1
ance ; hence as the center of gravity blino in 1876 the only Republican
falls in front of its base, the snake on the State or Congressional tickets
can't help revolving in any direction who had a majority : "I am," said he,
a man are
hidden Wneath its ' words.
It is his sacred tiling, which,
donbt has never dimmed and controversy
iu which he keeps the "wad."
"the only rose left on the bush to
show where the garden has been.
pleted, there will be nothing to compare
with it in the L; united States j as regards
size and if their is anything across j the wa
ter its equal, we should be very glad to hear
from it. ! h
The CoMrnicssKi Aiit Torvedo. The
cigar-shaped fish torpedo gets its motion
from compressed air stored inside, and
this issuing at the tail, sets in motion a
screw wuicu reic vw"s-v.t"v"v i
velocity. A well-con strncted fish torpedo
will run many hundred yards nt a veloci
ty of twenty miles an hour, and ou strik
ing its head, which contains the; charge,
explodes with .considerable violence. The
torpedo is, therefore, a weapon of terrible
effect.- j' - 4 j
IxTEKESTrxo Youxo JIkk. UT ie inter
esting young man must be pale and thin,
have long hair, bat: no side whiskers, eat
little in public, neverWokc a pipe, be short
sighted, have a big. pain," be sour, talk about
himself, be imprlidentbe extreme, in opin
ion especially on theology anu meauEvai
;amr noDiilaH with women, not able to
Hhoot or ride, hate wet feet, be disliked by
I J r 1 in a IrtiilkIo r-rl '
scaffolding, in order to fix on the tops of
the caps he gigantic foliated crosses, almost
thirty feet high, which are to crown the
towers. This operation will, it is expected
be performed next spring. j
Southeun- Civilization. "Somehow
civilization does no! 8?' og"n va the
Southern country ."AT. 1". Com. Atlc
1 Vrhjihs it mitrht if vou Northern peo-
ni liettcr example, but when judges
. . 1 i in .1 .. Z .. WIiMUi.in
are shoe mown nive uj;, m
nnd raoe. arsou. murder, .robbery, era-
; . , .,
bezzlemifnt, fraud anu other crimes me
c frpniipiit in the Northern States, tho
"Southern country" has np-hill work in
it nnbld attempt to keep np the higher
civilization of the Anglo-Saxon race. The
"Southern country" is indeed keeping up
her end pf the civilization line very admir-
... - ' .1... .,.l!lB f tllA An
ably, consMiexing inw n.j
tiguous Northern example. Courier Jour
men. anu in
The liardast thing in the world for
a young lady to do is to look uncon
cerned ithc first time she comes out in
a handsonie engagement ring.
tlie cotton jf uot; made into yarn mnst be
taxed for giuning, compressing, bagging,
tying, weighing, storage, wharfage, and
other transportation charges. The ad
vantage ofjthe pew process is so apparent
that tho' cjittori planters seriously pro
pose to establish just such mills among
their planthtioiis as a preparatory srep
to theeslatlisiinicut of cotton cloth man
ufactoriesjjto ctimpete with thoso of New;
England. ! This method is certainly a
gtat imprpvenjent over those that pre-
vWiled tiltj' years ago, ueiore me rn un.au
vn. Then tlieje was a mill of 400 spiu
lles at MiH Springs, Ky. The planters
of that davl woiild haul their cotton from
as far South asilluutsville, Ala., to the
mill. Afti it Uas spun into yarn it was
again hanled to Louisville and exchang
ed for goods, which were conveyed in
vragous toj the! spot where- the cotton
grew. f .
UNABLE TO FIND KM PI) YM ENT, SHE
TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE.
Philadelphia, Nov. 13. Mrs. Mat
tie Potts, who recently completed a
walk from Philadelphia to New Or
leans, and return, attempted to commit
suiciile last night by placing her head
on the railrod track. She-was observ
ed in time and her suicidal : purpose
frustrated. - Letters were found upon
her addressed to the New York Hei'
arldy Baltimore American. Charlotte
(N. C.) Observer. Atlanta Constitution,
and New Orleans Times. stating, among
other things, that poverty and a fail
ure to find employment led to the act.
Rhoda Low bey. Rhoda Chavis,
formerly the wife of the celebrated
outlaw, Henry Berry Lowrey, and
Queen of Scuffletown, arrived hereon
the Carolina Central train yesterday
morning. She is here in attendance
upon the session of the United States
District Court. She was a conspicuous
figure in the court room during the
day and attracted no little attention.
Wilmington Review. 5th.
The Ohio at Low Water. The
Ohio river, which is a mile wMe at-
Tl. rrood that boltiutr does is well ex- Louiaville. Ky., in oramary siageoi ,
emplified in the election at New York. I water, is now reduced to the width)Of
Sohu Kelly's vote is placed at 75,000 aud j a stouc throw, and-is in fact; bat a
Cornell beats Robinson about 40,00U. Had - of preat puddles. Where
. . . , t : tj 1 . ! I o .
the JJemocrats Deen uniteu uuctua iwuiu-
ntea ivucius iwo.n- .torched. out broad
son would have been elected by 35,000 , , , T , f L, rH
majority the New York Times does not and rough, nothingh but bare white
see in these figures much for tho Cornell rock is-to be seen, and the noveltyof
ring men to rejoice at. It admits that the thing is so great that the people, of
bolt was the salvation of its ticket. It rujsvillc throng theiempty riverbed
says that the group of iolitical managers of atones, or Stm-
who secured the nomination of Mr. Cornell . V i-a:L.U
and their other favorites, are boasting in .ply to enjoy the undented spw-
"Cambyses "vein" of the tremendous tacle, and on one day lately it is esti-
triumph which they have gained for the mated that 10,000 persons were ram-
Itepublicau party in New York. They 0ln2 over the dry bottom of the once
.. . a. i..i :
seem to be utieny ignorant luai, i- . . f stream.
UUipii, SUCH lb IS, uvtt nvt. tjj
,n v wm j, "7 iw it Ixcrease n Value of Cotnrrr Paoraa
them there is every evidence that ,t
would have been more decisive and more chicf dcrk in the auditor, office,
.11 T I. 4- .1 41. n nh AAI1 w "
vaiuau.e. ..u.. preparing a tabic w hick wilUbmr the
gist! In the election of r. Cornell, tlie P -
peculiar pet of the manager, by a plural- I tke State, giving the value
itywhich he owes entirely n,abol in the 1878 ana , bowing tho increase for IhU
Democratic ranks, whithout which, bolt . .unA thftt. .'nfltt.r
, , 1 A. t I It'll UUUCl Vll- AAn o,b.vi,., " " " I f
he would have been buried out of ight J ? . . - . , in
The cenjms qf 1870 reports in Granville
i62 manafact inng establish meiits; 0
Steam engines j 53 water wheels op
cratives; feapital I employed, $20D,OKj
wages, $46,370;; mate! ials, $92,470, and
products, 467f!04. The census of 1830
will show hu .Acreage of over 100 per
cent, iu the manufactories of the county
lni ing thej lastj ten years. And yet this
is but a small khow ing, compared with
the facilities orir county oTers for a long
Hue of piaiinfaitoi iesi Torch Light,
If you wish to see the true Republican
platform for 1880 stated in a few words,
you will find it given in the following from
that uncompromising Republican paper, the
Lemars (Iowa) Sentinel: . -
If State lines interfere with national pro-
under an adverse majorityiif at least 30,
000. Sal. Ob.
i il. Menier, the Paris - chocolate
maKer, takes intense interest in scien
tific farming. Some interesting ex
periments in electrical ploughing
recently made on his estate. The
motive power was supplied to the
plough by a Gramme machine, itself
set in motion by water power, which
is abundant on M. Menier estate.
The plough did the same work as if
If Sute Constitutions hamper the nationf four oxen. It was a Fow-
al ffi .bom: v ller plough, with six shares. The mo-
If State sovereignty conflicts with nation tive power- was supplied to it by A
ai soYtrreiiiuii, i . . . .
wire, at aldistance of 700 metres.
estimates that the actual increase will be-in
the neighborhood of $1,000,000. It gives the
counties thus far reported, which shows the
largest increase as follows: - ',f ' '
am a. .1 rt t m ems Aa Oa
Bancomue, i7P,f i,jo,o; io.w,-s,ooi
439; increase, 694,549. '
Caswell, 1878, $1,690,474; 1879, f 3)43,-
840; increase, $347,360. -
Iredell, 1878, $323,780; iOiv,fz.)i,Dio;
Johnson. 1878, $2,414,772: fs,yuor
685; increase, $520,913. -
Mecklenburg, 1878. ftjKis,; iotv. r
583,934; increase, $084,580.
New Hanover, 1878, $4,302,479; 1879,
138,510: increase, $776,03T.
Orange, 1878, $2.674098;1879, $3,705,716;
WaTne, 1878, $2,90347; 1879, $3,222,
827; increase, $429,580. i f : i
A few counties, not more than a half dcz
en, perhaps, report a decrease in valae raj
derthe new system. ;i