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-V Small Steainliont.
Correspondence ot the SclcnUIlc American.
true way to healtlris t!m which cgirr-
I have been , interested in fceveral : ra.n sense dictates. Live within the
descriptions you have given or IsjnaU "pandaof reason. Eat moderately,
; c The Vay TO H EAT.til. The only The Proposed Westem Korth Car-
:lu1l tl.e taik rmk",
a J U't.'lT II!S ill I
. ' s un-
5 ' ?.
oVr t!ie nieiiuowi
tlie brown lii!U and f uakeJ
jtiai flower, that in the
. olina Railroad Issue.
' Now iliat the work is so nearly ac-
steam yad,ty d ai,T haveljlately temperately, s eep J reg.llarl,;, all(, .Lat thel wisdomial.this
built one winch is with ope exception avoid excess mevervtliiUS) udW . f.;Lt;. i. :
v Env .l.iVH in whidi the t-e
fcfSife.S 5ntev frosts, and iwinds,
I Knd laiui'uiitjrair.
it w. t is r yam.
AVhkiv are They. j
. Vhre arc tltc girls that use.l to play
i t kh Mkthe songs loved so y.-ell?
I Mm may journey.maay away ,..
jIVnick them not uo one can tjelt.
I lolilv At H-ine the silken curls ; ;
i ' TlHt Ml o'er l.Iihshing shoulders l)arcv
I n(iJ thev, as when they were girls,
lljsumnicf roses in their hair ? ,
!; kT Simctirtres-reoall the past
I I titii w thev sunf-r happier days,
- In-lssmetimff tliink of eyes Uiat fast
ilktliir own such tender rays?;
s i f . -, , .. .
''Ill J'vin shed with the rainbow dreams
- m. w . . k I ' SB, If.B-lL-im . "1 ' 1HMf a. A A 1 . . a
w a . i " . i i TJ - i . ii i v :i t v i l i i m run run 11 iir
Mwfct"tf''. tle gentlemaii. it is with him or
object of small, che,p jteim pleas- j wr,pitl.ie.r hves by indolence, and, t, pw of policy,-
1 X .fmO r B ' Tr. n . . . o A 4 1. MW.M W V T W t a llllll. III. I llr. 71 If If I 1
VWttW"! A U II I lllILIl'l- LI R ft" af " . -a.-.a, -
suits I get with a verv small nline ' 1,0?W vtHc not a few, si'ik
hys having a light boat and higjis- j iutht grave "under the effects1 of vi
stire.? f ' - if, j cibusapd beastly "practices. - Allele
' "The total length of boat is feet; W-jW iu creation arc not wortfi
heain 4 (Vet; deplh, 22 inche built ; farthiD? to a iuan who is - constantly
of7-lG inch cedar, lap joint on xlj aud hajnjually violating the laws of
ownt. nature. All the medical
v j fiat niaoc nmwu" "
Jfliikfth'4 silvery streau
i Thaj from the iorcst laughing
! . ihitiktr, never inert again, s
i Ijlint-ycnnitre flow clear and free,
! Ipjtf'nt last the tranquil plain
! iTIiBinrlcwith the unpcaeetul sea.
!ht!)ecpest!Wcll in the AVorld.
flwliliiikinsrof the (h-ep artesian well
mrli&ia liVsth, is nowuoinpleted the
ivksfeie!romineneed as far back as
bKMil daring their progress many in
tisn1ifiitts relating to geology and
Mltpantill tenlpraHue have been
brfglllo light. The total depth is 3,
iltilKi tlc tfinperatiiro of tht)' wa-
oak, ribs, and sheathed inside, i Tola
a : . i! . ' ' ' ' . I RfMfnrf. ilil illP wnrlrl rriimf cqt'a Kim
weigiii. wiiii nagpoies, awning, etc., T v. ... ...
about 400 pounds (without boiler etc), j from a prf mature grave. With a su-
The boiler is madeof a uiecebf Ian-1 ,c,uai cPlrse OI w -a llnt
welded boiler flue, and is 12 inlh4 in ! inS the;8exls of decay inliis own con
diameter and 34 inches high (upright), I sution, jand accelerating the destruc-
IV'ltll A.f ' j3?an' ni Iocs uL. .,k t ?.A : tion of his own Jife.
..ail A JVIIIUILOJ U,a30 til UCSj iillVl 13
provided with steam and water guages,:
jThe doctrine of protection it is gen
erally believed, has been losing ground
in New England for several years, at
least ever since the colapse of the cot
ton manufacturing companies, there,
Tia view is supported bv Jdr. Ed-
A Panic In a Church. ;
A Wild Rushor Ecap--Men and Wototn
! Seriovtly Injured.
V' Special Dlspitct. to BalUmorc San.
WAYSE8BORO, Pjl, November 26. A
ward Atkinson, who has prQbably , P46"5 occurred in the Lutheran church at
better means of knowing the facts of I thlf P1ce lat' Shi whch resulted aeri-
the ciuc than y l.er living
He has several times said that New i ITV . .rres., not m.ae.t tht Hme of thai
. M ouj.pji i uinuun's i jr.eir. x". uergsiresser a x.utncraB clergyman.
whistle, etc. Engine is upright, with
reverse link motion,! having acylin-
der 2 inch bore by 3 inch stroke; runs
Any fibrous material can be stuck
to metal, !whehcr iron or other metal,
by; an mjilgam composed of good glue
dissolved in hot viifegar with one-third
at about 200 per minute, uWer a of its volume of white pine pitch, also
l)ressure of 100 pounds in boilerj Pro- hot. This composition, it is said, will
peller is 16 inches, 3 blades on a 1 1 give a sure and certain result.
iuuii suair, coupieu 10 engine wim
universal joint. The pump takes wa
ter from outside the bilge box, and
will throw into boiler or outside; of
boat. Total weight of boiler, Engine
and shaft, wheel, etc., 400 pounds J
About three scuttles of coal are used
in ten hours' steaming. On still wa
ter I get a speed of 5 to 6 miles an
hour, or with the tide about 8. Tic
total cost of the boat was less than
230, including machinery, etc.
A correspondent of the Philadel
I met General Toombs ths other
day and! asked him who would be
the nex President?
"Grant," he replied promptly, "lie
will be the next President and the
"After jGrant what?"
"The 'empire, bv G d ! I am ready
for it." r
Yes, and that is exactly what wc
are not, and never will be ready for,
and as long as we have a majority in.
the Senate it cannot happen.- We will
Bat is l that good policy - which sug
gests subjects of ' discontent with a
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measure the difficulties of which are
nearly ove-comp, thp cost of which
will soon have been covered, the fruits
ohieh.wIH sopii begin to be reaped?
Is it good policy to awake and fan iu
to flamp the discontent of tlie Demo
crats of the; East with the certain ef
fect of arousing the counter discon-
" . tent of the jWest, and to set both by
iue ears wiui tne worm consequeuce ox
turtring thej State over to the JRepub
lieans? " j ! : ,
But so palpable U the hostility of
the writer or writers of t he circular to
the Western K. C. Kail road, that they
seem prepared to risk any consequence
to attain the desired end of obstrution
and final stoppage of its progress.
Having reached -Asheville in spite of
him or them all that is left is opposi
tion to its further progress beyond.
Inflammatory appeals to, that cud so
far in advance of their necessity come
with ill graee, ot with mournful bo
ding from ihosu calling themselves
good Democrats, at a period when to
be a Democrat is to be a patriot, and
when the success of the Democratic
party mcans?the security of all in the
government that is worth preserving.
Snorii;o the Qrrjx.Kr Yortr, Nor.
27. Jamea Boyd Jr aliaa Jim Bojd,( has
been arrested charged with dealing incottn-'"
tcrfeit quarters and tea rest piecc.'-Thii"
commissioaer committed Boyd to jail 'for
examination in default of a $5,000 bond.
Some time ago Boyd sold one of the ofScers
of the secret service several hundred dollars
worth of spurious coin, and he has' tinea
been kept under constant aarreillancer f Ilia
arrest was not made at the time of1 thai
Is virtue driven from the field ?
Ila.s vice won ? There- are hints of an
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exisung comuuon oi( anairs in cms have a - )rifr in that Um1v th:ll Nvin
t,tt.ilU aiearly . Fahr. The country, given in recent, rcyelfioris, '-prevent aliy.'tich chance in the con-
iwuicii equal in immoral iiy.. iKejSiate
of Rome iu the latter davs of the em
pire, or Paris before the fall p'f the
tin tutuiti of the mad brougltt up by
tSmltoior was frU'ii everv dav, uml .. wa
feiiiilj jaejwise rapidly, in spilf of the j
Wonm-ut ihiiini: its aseent, down, to a
lib B law to 2.71K) feet. lWomt this Jourbons. Yet the mass of the pcO
A f ii, hiereasc was ji(t so marked. At ' pie, we contend, are decent, arej God-
aiptllof . fwt tlie teniiterature was ; Vcarit.:; the instinct of the American
'.tS.-iLri-L.j.r-J f..i'. : J. t- . . . . - ;; i
bored. . Water first
tiUr;;' giving an averaw. increase of .,.,Ua.. tn Iu. mloat. an it i.nw .
1 f evei v h-et
IT -.. - a- .4. : - IrvL.-
i1 th. i - . . iiniuu.li nature; is uu vuarscr ui icsa
wiSBtdiiced tn weil ill at a depth ot 3,UVU ! ! . . , . . , , '
it temperature w.sllO" Fahr., ! revered than in the days of our
iafr this point puwaul it rapidly-, in- grandfathers. Our literature is purer
cR))tliin.qtuiutity and temperature J thahjt was theii ; there area ihou
lli,(jl,(l92 icer. its temperature; had sant- avenues into which the human
Mfe ij to 150' Fahr., and the yield I ,i inrnnt,P nrt. fciuiw-
iin3;ilij)Ui-s lfoni ' ,50u to 44,(KX) gallons. I . - .. , . .1 e 1
TiMMai, the boring" had reached of every, k.nd-to divert it from
:fj.itj whiei. point it was stopj)l?T gross animal passions. rVi hy do these
-iMuniuire oi uie jvarer, as it uurst passioos, inch.. iuiuuioic
ifc, like the seven devils who found
w tijconUco ot the tube, was :JG5
stitution of the country for rears to
. .... t
come. We hohl a check upon all
! i a
plans that are calculated to work evil
to the Union. But apart from that,
if there were a serious design existing
in any section of the country to over
throw ours constitution and establish
an empire it would have no consider
able followers. The people at the
North as well as at the South are 'too
much attached to their States and
know too well the value of their lo
cal governments even to yield an as
sent, to any such a decided change.
In the course of time, it may be, by
one means or another they may be
brought to regard their general gov
Is Grant Insane.
for a judicious revision of the tariff if
the issue were properly made. The
Boston Herald also 'inclines to the'
same view; of the case, and says, '-'that
with our industries as they are at pre
sent, our laboring class would be bet
ter off in every way than they are, if
the tariff was judiciously revised, does
not admit of doubt."
and Elder S. H. Bash ore, of the German or
Tunker Baptists, from Ashland, Ohio, the
chief topic being whether immersion or
sprinkling was the true scriptural form, of
baptism.. The discussion caused much ex
citemeht in the neighborhood, and .the
church on each occasion was crowded with
the friends of the disputants.5 Good order
generally prevailed, although on Saturday
night, after Elder Bashore had made a re
mark as to the position of the Lutheran
Church on the question of infant baptism, a
woman in the Congregation railed out,
"That is not true," which provoked a threat
the meeting that
not le allowed.
The venerable Edward J. Hale,
one of the ablest and best editors ever
reared in North Carolina, writes from from?ose in charSe of
NWYnrk in Tin,' Weehhi ilmt I uc"uterruptions would
u, , . .. . Long before the hour appointed fdr the
v v. .uva . jIscumIoii to commence last nighfe tlere was
rlir umiilrl iwrtin a.fi .hiu Kfafu I aT .a. ' ' ' ' . . ...
v,v. v.a,. van; mw isjiitiv, i not sianuiDg-room in tne cnurili, wnu-ti is
pmbably by a majority approaching a brick building, having a seating capacity
of abouti six hundred, and was filled with
100,000." Mr. Hale has been a resi
dent of that State for some thirteen
or fourteen years and is a close ob
server. Wilmington Star.
rest others engaged ia the same lineof btaSfcT
neaa.. These having aince been captured aa4
being in jail, the arrest of Bord followed.
Boyd had on his person $500 in good mob
cy. He has been a detective in former year,
merchant " and traveller, each in tura,an4
once was a mail carrier. -.f)'
Col. Jons II. Whkilkr. Thefollowing
paragraph, from a letter written by CoLE.
K. Lilcs from Washington to the Wadesbox
Herald, tn reference to Col. John U. Wh&clex,
will be read by North Carolinians with real
The venerable gentleman ia lively and ia
teresting in conversation; walks as vigorous
ly as he did then, and cherishes the same
love fJr his home and his people that 'ani
mated him in the years that are gone. The
second edition of his history, as be informed
me, is now about ready for the printer-rand
he hopes to see it soon before our peo
ple. Alluding to the first edition, he can-
uiuiy acinmiea its hunts Ana errors iand
undeserved ridicule that it received.
over eight hundred people. Both tlie floorj laughed most beartily at the criticisms and
and the galleries were densely p u ked, while
scores of people outside struggled to gain
admittance, onortiy bciorc 7 ociock a
bench in the church broke, making a crack-
It is the opiniou of the Vicksburg ling noise, and at once some one ia the con-
Herald that with cotton at $50 per gregation called out "The Uilding is fal-
i 1- !.. c ...ii. ling." A scene of the wildest excitement
bale the oouthern people won t worn' ...
' frtllnurAfl th arrpam a AF uniunn an.l lil-
themselves over the currency ques- dren min2,in2 with the shouts and exclama
A Soft Place for Grant.
tions of men. A general rush was made for
the doorways, which were soon blocked up
by the frightened crowd, and, to add to the
terror, the railings in the front gallery gave
way, precipitating the occupants on the
heads of those below. Fhu1in; that egress
- A paragraph copied into the Times,
a-day or two, ago, fiom a San Fran
civo. paper, in which ; grave specula
tions were iiiduljred as to Gen. Grant's
sanity, has' attracted Very general at
teutiun,'aud lead to a deal of discus
sion in this city, j Tlie average trad
er .io doubt took it for granted that
the paragraph was written in sheer
wantonness, for the sole purpose of
creating a sensation, in view of the
importance of tho subject in the esti
matron of the public. Strangely enough,
however, sombjof it hose who have seen
most of the distinguished personage
during the reception week just closed,
lare least inclined to treat the matter
as a silly or cruel joke, and the state
of Gen. Grant's mind now that
ail s Jr .'fr .l;
jm jicaragua mier-vceanic ,anai xeneme. by the doori WM cut ofl; the w;ndows at
special oi3iaicn to we Baiumre un. the back of the galleries were burst open.
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WAtnKOTox. Nov. 20. Senor Tomas de BUU ,uva auu "JP Krouuu
Franco. .rrnt of certain French capitalists I distance of twenty-feet. The trampling
: uu .k- a..;a " 1 of the crowd on the floors-raistd a crowd of
ill wuucviiuii n it ii i iiu iiiivi- vx taun. ca i c i i
I J A. A. I - 1. ! aL 1 . I 5 1 - t 1 1
scheme, arrived in Washington last evening. ou" "g" 'P
' - - ' I 1 1 1 at l.tOTl
and to-day, in w.mpanr with Admiral Am- oaiJ M Men aim ana tDOUicr ine
men and Mr. McnoeaL his assisstant. waid building is on fire," caused all to redouble
ui. -i . .!... t-.;,i- ar their efforts to escape, although the mass of
T I 1 laJ 1 aL!. a! 1 .! U a 1
Evarts and Secretary Thorn oson. The Prea- PeufP,c UBU u,uc 8 "g""
ident, expressed a very warm interest in wedged together that movement became al
the enterprise, and said that he honed to mo" imPM1D,e- ine minisiera prescmen
see it well under wav before he retired from dearbred to allay the panic by calling out,
office. He conversed verv freely for half an 4tFor Gorg 8ke kccP lult(. thcre is Dotuing
hour with Senor de Franco, ami tendered
him the courtsev of the White House. The
party spc,nt an hour or more with Secretary
Evarts, who haa the official charge of the
matter, as far as the United States is con
cerncd, although the enterprise is purely a
private one. Senor deFranco spoke at length
wrong," but their voices could not be
heard for the cries and groans w hich came
mooted is discus
sed cyen among his' most entusias-
j tic admirers, with a gravity that indi-
Kiitjtaiiie(fjlisengages carotonie allow them to come hi.
n'lln almncjanee, and also
trom uundreus oi voices, btrong men
seemed to have lost all self-control and
joined in the mad rush from fancied dan
ger; women were either trisnipled upon or
fell fainting from terror, and children were
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of his nuriK)5es incoming to this countrv. "g" " " ine.gem-rn. ne.. nu.uuu.
nnrl oftl.e ntan. h ha. in mind. Mr. Evarts. the building had almost been emptied, and
a ' .1 . ll l?Ja-aa a! .1 I I
who is also warmlv interested, will take ine PP"5 reauiea mat a. no ume mere au
part with Admiral Ammcn and Senor de nJ CRUSe for ,r. lid thc be?in to
: IXl. : 1 a - AX" .a a a. .1. a ; -a . J a. a. AM
Frnneo in maturini? th nlans. He invited lum oa luc eucc" I'UIC Ul,u nu
T I . -.l !a a. J .1 4.
a - t-. a ,. u: i . I examination ueing matte u was joudu mat
Dttnor uc r ranco to uinu v 1111 mm sun uicct i "
thM nrnmin-nt nmlK.rs of the foreiirn leira- manJ were seriously injured, although for
ti . ir.i.:.. .. I tunatelv no lives were lost.
I.IUI19 IU II -MIllllUll.
Senor de Franco, who speaks English
readily, assured your correspondent of his I Miss Lixkhaw Acqi itted. The trial of
confidence of success in the scheme he has J jm,, Amelia Linkbaw, for the murder of
undertaken in cyming to America, which is I d nartman, which was re-commenced
two-foldfirst, to secure the organization of I Monday Morning, at Lumljcrton, was con
a company under the laws of the United J eluded Wednesday night. A telegram from
States to build "a canal across Nicargua, and there yesterday conveys the intelligence that
second, to secure the services of Gen. Grant Bhe was acquitted. Col. Duncan K. McRae
as pcsident and manager of that company. I was not connected with the defence as at
In the opinion of the French capitalists, who I first reported, though we are informed that
were expected to furnish the great; part of he was to appear in the case and did not
the capital for this work, there was no man through some misunderstanding between
in the world so well fitted to take the lead- rCoh W. Foster French, and the friends of
AfimiKa c intm in ntir UPW'SnM llfTS. ' unienri! nt lAiflsInlmn Ihflt. lio II Ot 1)0- rl. . .xrM1. f A -nnlvanwr fl.A - I. : - 1. a. it n-onl1 Iia alnrrl Ll.. - 1- J r...: . . I. !..:),... r . U
j vi aii . v, . - - I I 1 v v ------ I X Will llaa eci lituj'it iv m..."... cilinj u U4 mh iuc jruuiiy mill. vn iuj io tuc lanui c vi nic
' IT ..11. !i a. ..ii inla . I i . Ii 1 'PI.. .lanI- o r.f 4 nil ' at' .. 1 . J. n.arxn I n .a, . or.. 11 nf lu ail'Mt IlIKlf'r tiiD I Aat !. w-sttl FA 1 wl oVvrllt C 1 - l a r
U OUT oruiiiary iuit, in viii iif i-JiVisr, ; joilC 10 iw-! ai uc uaugci ia hui iniDrCSSlon llio Mcneiui uiu nwtjii oj vvu. - r. uib. i'i a-v vruj.w. -
empire, but of a consolidated govern, f lhcm in Comii.ir ihto contact with him, leadership of any other man.t was tne xact cf the court
! 1 1 1 w . ' tUmt- nr.nlii rtama a-M,l1 IT1 anmi I . ... a. . ., .
i - 1 . ..nmn mituMt nor.1 i i a ...I. l,l o ..ll l""v""1' " s--- I i ne prisoner pieatieu -not gunry 10 me
o 1 J J auiu,. ui tu j o . morn ditrnitv and importance than it could I . . .1 1 r .i..r -..
I !, , ,, 1 . i Ja I 1 " B - I lUUlkliUirui auu IIU! giwuuu ifl utivim i
.or "his way' before, now presents it- lothortvi.e Commenting upon the! f. , n-fv n- v r r,nffi- f
Ul,n:'r5C ff 272'(!0 thc house 8Wl,t atid-garnishedi and j ernmetaS being invested with great- cnttis a feeli,Jof serious apprehension.
a, ams Mi iwiurs. 1 I Ins yield waa af- I . . A . , t - . i , &; ; 4
.jk,eed to.; IG7 200 -alU.ii, iu fMtcred111 to take possession .. ; We . ec powers than have been conferred. At H,e hotclsj and at the clubs and
! " i 1 . ll.... llw. tmnj
.MuaBMu...L.r-K. 1-...W. I.. :.... 1 UClievc one reason iu uc hum, mv
feiJW, w.hicli i-etlneed diameter, tiers are lowered in domestic Hie to
But they are at present far from be- ; pulilie resorts? generally, Gen. Grant's
ing preparetTfor any sweeping change merjt;ll condition has, during the past
Matter are f in its character. Indeed the danger twoda-vs, been a frequent topic of con-
ContaillS 111 ' Kenneeoil ill llio r.rPSiMlPf OI VOlinCT ' mi r roi ill I 1 ii n 1 llst I f 11 f in IIS ( ICiOH IlOt 1 ,1 5l i nn Parlinna nrt
treif 1 j i" i i miovuso-'i .... ' j. o , w win v ...w...... .- VclsaiiUJI iiinruiaiusaiuiii v "a.j'w
pu llerIlS ? rls which once matrons blushed-to ' c in aiiWiich open, paliablecha,.ge;Tone;in Chicago would have entertain-
4fcl.liteu.calH meution. There is' a iainiliarity;w1tjht is to be found in a practice that has j ed 4 thought jof trouble but for the
41,iiue, amllnagiusia. ' ' J lice, an acceptance of it as a mattef sprung Up in Congress of assuming pararapli from a San Francisco paper.
The CxTnoLics and thk Pcnuc ScnooLS.
Boston, Nov. 25. An announcement ia
made of the policy of the Human Catholic
Church in New England toward the public
schools. The Archbishen ' follow intr the
advice of the Pope to a European bishop,
has directed all the priests in the arch dio
cese of New England to at once establish
parochial schools, and threaten parents who
refuse them with the- terrors of the Church.
In localities where the influence of public
schools is thought to be particularly injuri
ous to Ctrtholic youth, the priests are-instuct-ed
to withdraw the children at once, evem
if there be no parochial schools in the
.V Doc's IIigu-Toned Bcrial. The
whims of some people had a curioua illus
tration in an order received a day or two
since by a well-known undertaker's firm in
New York to furnih a rich cloth-corered
casket with velvet trimmings and solid silver
plate and handles. The interior of the cas
ket was to be lined with white satin and
silk trimmings. , .Vll this w as for a dog be-J
longing to a wealthy family up town. Tha
animal had been nursed and taken care of
for the past twenty j ears. The dead ani
mal lay in the casket wrapped in a mantle
of white satin, with white silk ribbons
around the neck. The remains wcra takes
to a cemetery close to New York and pot
into the family vault. Six carriages, con
taining the friends of the dog, followed the
remains to the cemetery. X
CUJE ITt imi firw' & . r,-...-v.. .a.
iraniHTm.. - i. i i r. . ...i..k .lah.ieoai f no minus ni rim viinmr.
r- ?V-V iJl . it. , M. Ul'lrlltll, Ot H'ltm usuaaw mv. im v. ;
fuiil, pa., reports mmie astonishing The very air is pisonel in whnqh
ilhjed lt the administration of L.m l;iUaa. Vn' Utrislntiail. no
. f, Ii, t ! Villi V.HIIUIV.U II w. ' . " ;
,M rojiaunipuves.. lie 4jn(rl. rpr.pm can touci this disease
any more than it could cure malaria
which Slavs its victims by the thon-
?ywt'ritof tweuty-liver eases
;-8 fVv !ul'eulosissotTeated ten
f allineans- of diagnosis' cured
ipfciiaive bei'ii iii:it..vi ili,- i.....iii....i . Bit nil .
I ..It.." ; '...VI.H1I1 .1. ilVIItCTII ,
I-1 v iliave leen irmlcr' triMitniont
l'f months. The nausea at-
t JHli"ary rle petrole
T ulwi hiadoptthestMiii-s.ilid oil tlif
tttl till Jieti : .. 7..1 2.'Jt . ! - i .
tlitf '."''T - i 1 tuning qj wens.
It is fortius reason that we hail her to the:n in an altogether diilereut magnificent recreption Grant received upon FaTetteT.uc, testi fied to his belief that the
with so much satisfaction every deci- , ;,-ht. ami with a'jieiw'iiteaniiig.--Chi
sion of the Supreme Court of the Uni- Times.
It is for each family, each ; ted States declaring acts of Congress '
clcrcrvman, each mother, to clean and
sweeten their own household. N. j .
Tribune. ' ii
lWo three or fiyo grain !fill
any inert vegetable
'!1iw4f fhiuiiteretl from thn to
h ")in ar4The
lrJi-HRiSht'4weats arc relieved,
SL1irov;W, aud weight is rabidly
kpffilfVWtlr. Grifiithl has
liWfNtucIWiriiited phai of
?!i Chial disorder for trne-eon-MfA
felungs; also that coulinu
te i alleSd iehiedy will justify
iti f - !lha8 formed Hi "rifeard
. if."? f ;
Itfri 1. 1-
aljOT ffniAing to watch :the or-
,irfTwr,carpenter elect rifiesl. the
JJV d eatencd rerolntioii. The
"ocratc GovernoV is about
,S)!Hfft.hvw!i..aL .. -- 4 -.
.j;-iiii.nc nnotnerwar. jTho
illHtl a L . ' . i
r."? "-neii inotisanrt IJem
.iia A '
about to enii-
Ml4t IlllirVaa a-f A
, "f rrcnicndons Of-
Value- of KxowLi;rGE.---It s af
firmed tluit "a little kuowledgo is, a
"V. -I '- !
dangerous thing;" The saying! may
be true, but it is not neccsanly .true.
I cannot help thinking that if is a
great , advantage to you to gain as
much knowledge as you can, of as
many subjects as you can, and not to
be deterred by any fair that your
knowledge, being superficial, mayi lead
you into error.' Of course, the dan
ger is that a person, who knows bnly
a-little of a subject, may fancy hitiiself
well qualified to give Jan1 opinion on
points that are realljr.out of his
his return to bis native Mate, oenor ae j)risoner .though not now so .was at the time
Franco remarked that tnere was no nation 0flne faUi shooting, a victim of mental
m tip; world, not excepting tne unuea aberration, and it is supposed that it wa?
States, where Grant was moreadmireathan cn;eflv upon ni tcstimonev as an expert
I .The-Washington correspondent of in France. France had had her own soldi- that a verdict of acquittal was rendered.
Or:?. Butleu io Iti'N ron Cosanxsa.
Congressman Leopold Morse, of Boston, who
represents the fourth Massachusetts dis
trict, said to-day Miat he understood Gaa
eral ButKr's plan to be to run for Congreaa
next year in his district. tV'hcther General
Butler intended to nbanJon the gubernato
rial race he did not know, but it was under
stood he would agaia cuter the field as an
aspirant for congrcssionaPhonors, and that
Boston was as good a place to represent as
there is in Massachuetts. Wathington Special
to jVf York Herald.
Congrs shaH bear in mind that its ; ,)jaiepi'a Times thinks that 1 ers and statesmen, he said, and knew how to The jury remained out but a few hours.
powers areivcry nmiieu anu are io ue c. wi pass t,e uj. making ' measure grcamess.
lyii. the grauts a,le trt the 0ranl. baain! General. He
but as long as a person
Jcnows that his knowledge of a jsub-
ject extends onlysd far, andrdoes not
veuture beyoiulhis depth, that per
son has every thing. to gain aud j no
thing to loose" bjr Jetting some knbwl
e Ige Of it, even though the knowledge
may lie limitedZon. -1 E. Otad-
'Referring to Grant's connection with the
a al M a 1 1... V M J Mi XT t T V AfAtf OTlllllOll
U' "u v!'"--"-- ' . T- (Iv-n, nr Wr iun rx Xt Von k
c:a - i ;: v . ...
. . r 1 1 1 v vran au uu i uuc Liiiai'ii ui .icn
the enterprise. When asked n he nan any - -
Kn iL' Xn t ! WOU tl . SUbmit tO an j . T, I . , . u. r a ,it. .W-l, tl.U nnininn IorK VV' ,oun slor' ww wurin
"""V" i- .unn er term as rresHieni. - nes,y "r, ,1" more .hn: 1,000)00. Now it i asserted
empire wiui uu ? certainly wanfe to; be Trestdent again, uf"u' T- VT . . a ""l -".that there are over five hundred men in the
the South, anil were jrram, iu nau . u - j i , . said that ins inenu, Aumirai aiuuicu, a . . .
. i -. .1 ..ii i . - i. .i.. niui him ni: wiiiiiii uni. .. ...... . 1 r 1 iiiviiwinm. ..... -a- a ....... . -
such a coup d at newouiu oe ormi-m. - - t ,e custodian ot an nis secrcia, ana reierreu A x. v , . ,
.A? li .ho nnhpH W ' ,.r,.ioKed recopfnition by Con cress. As J. ' u. .aa .iifi,nH. $1,000,000 and over. Then New York had
fin siimiu;iiT i uotivv u j asv- ' o w ine cuuuirer iu uim,
V H a! l . I af-Vf -fc! --i. al. i I. a.
of the whole country. iCaleign uu- ,tu the Frcsmeutial plan tie says : tuat the inducements to ba offered to Uen
here f If the Democratic
"Xo, Grant! is piping for the place . 1 eral Grant were such as few men would re-H..-trMt,i
hi iWiiH fro tinsel, and thus ffuse. and such as Grant would not refuse
' " " T ' - .
: lar tr.t flan l,.rnt-nl. Hp is tn- i iinWi he had higher aspirations. Aa faraa
i iictlvw i V ivoi av. w ai?
party is ready to sell out to Oen. j.jnf; t, Js.t ti,e (fouree to keep his uarae ' aalaryi was concerned the contributors to
J . 1 . -n J . : . -V T : I . a ' , , ..1.1 -..U. : aa I a ma. hIIm,
finnt wd desire to De iniormeo, as we before tne pf opce.1; ne nas capiureu . inecompanj nuu.
We vc had several or has done what ne coum io cajnure . urani wuum hcn, v.
biallf asr-mo"by makes the man, and ..rje back in Igwkl time for the as-
i! " . - ' .'a. .?rfa - .a?' - 1'.. .1 .1.
: the want o
f it teufellow. JiVfon seui
dintr of tlie Convention, and thcre
vr.11 iflTA !
Ke Klixixo ix Georgia. Atlanta Nor.
27.-r-Tcu men from DeKalb county were to
day taken before United State Commission
er Smith on a charge of ku-kluxing Manuel
McaVlpine. his son and daughter, All these,
were terribly beaten, but it did not appear
that they were assaulted for any political or
other reason in violation of the United States
statutes, and the case was dismissed. It will
probably go before the State courts. It Ia
claimed that the girl was intimate with a
Api'i.:: Blo.ssoms amd Ice. We have re-
ceivci an apple b!oA.om wjftch waa taken
from a tree in the yard of Mr. Daniel Robia.
son, near Black River Chapel, in Bladen
county, on the 10th instant. On that data
the tree was in full bloom, and thejnext day.
(20th) the tree, and blossoms were all cover
ed with snow and ice. It la a contrast ia
the weather so sudden and marked that we
chronicle the fact as a truly notable event
and one which seldom ocean in this locality,
aa. i '
was the tutor of Mrs. Kate Sprague'a child,
rcn at the outbreak of the recent troubles at
Cauonchct, has sued Mr. Sprague in the
Marine court of New York City ftJr $240,
being the amount of his salary for three
months, with disbursements for traveling
and other expenses. In answer to Linck'a
complaint, it is averred that at the time
) specified Mrs. Sorasfue waa the wife of Wil-
hotels, newspapers, libraries, or theatres, g and thu lhe ,,ement j,
worthy of the name; w e had no ocean cross-j . !
ing steamers, no modern improvements, few K Robesox Gooss. On Tuesday last,
left to the people, and upon which they ex- ber of a firm to ackuowlclge its ia!rtot snow in thr smitltero and eastern parts of
peet to erect a BismarckUu deapotiam, and condition U allow of a writ of attachment the State this year, there haaeti nona la
on its apex seat Graut aa their too).", toisau4 m,,..,-. .....-".
little more than 200,000 peop'e; now, includ
ing adjacent towns and the opulation with
in a radius of fifty miles of Union Square,
it includes not far from 2,000,000. And then
adds' the New York Time$, "we had no
nra tint. ftT SIllc
u,v " , L . - - . . I IIT If?. 1 " an, a 1.1a. I.TTKIlril fiM miCfllt I111. I
rood chabetii to sell io car day, an.l me ;est. ne s uuvr , ,a.....B . .., ,... T r 1 .. 1 for-L'n faihioni, no rtguUrlyrMurring dc colore.lftn bj tbe n.ro. of Job
uouiu uu f-m .v....-., iifiri- I'm l-iff (lith in Jew 1 or K. xo- to uen. urani, which wm uckumuuiui i -.jiia 1 r i , . i.
. JarJ... ...-Jo hr we b0r' V . Jt,Tm,: m.xi.Au ! rtion, nostupendous municipal debt, no reck. , Mr. J. f. Ausley, in Lnmber
we traaeu, uu. - . ncI tl,e :ew iuig auu oi w... wnen uiey u.ee. iu ,..rw,w. no .i WaU ,treft ghip, 4 fowJ lf , he gtvise tribe, that
preserveecl to Keep ii-ai. uicr wa loliow. men io i J " , ' , . ' not many luxuries. lut an amazing amount cd seven feet from tip to tip, and
Poverty. rWorewerihtor wrong V throng of public and private honesty." . .y. five feet high weighin, fifteen
We besiu to think that ! and perfectly snow white. Th.
r i , it i e m' oacK in lire spruiir mrougji mu uw - --.- (; ; ...-.
humbug iid that we should go for q. pi.kin,4lllj41c phces'that tWad.! a wbited sepulchre, in which its . TheSuprema diurt.nf New Braaawkk. aver seen in. that ittiea..
1 It i. - iir.i -l onr- . F . v . ; i . n . .. . i , 1 . . . .t: i?i at . ..u i .. n r. n, . . It tx nutaLblt that while there
ntiri.noL jui hiuwmiv . . , .-. ..tmiar'. mmvii n win i.mM-n nmirc ia nurv me iew nucrues vei ueciuaiiM.aiii'ULi unn-aii iv u.-
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