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Nowjt's a batl sign 4o hear folks EaT0P6 comprised, at the end of 1877, Watterson tves tbe readers of the
diking and writing about a kina 268,809 ile8 ofline8' and 7e59,768Tmiies CotfiJimrnilnthttoomj homily
imitexl monarcHrwitb GenorfllfL j There were 19,( government inr"
! .. .. i " reiegrapa Stations, and 12.708 rftiltrnv : wnHswimi. t ieugij ana ciceeuingij
on tne tnrone. Jbor twenty vear
: i r t i -r. muvus. no namoer oi em-
pave been wanUering around like the plojes amoanted to 61,934, and the
iKf -S "Tike thy pen and write.
S- lJ i ii tn tlx. Jest when ay
,n.-,k I shall ten tin", . --
phi Wren of Isreal and like them have of instruments to 41,708. 'The num
had very bad judges. When theyot of Paid me8age was in round num
thoughtful article entitlecLSome Break
era iAhead," he touched upon tho subject
of feedingn only to pronounce ita grave
and unspeakable One, and turning from
those matters which are not naturally
I ' 'a. -IrtH I T. !l I1U I lOVWMivii ww I T -.a I 1 1-- 1 1 U -k 4a 4-1. . V .1 .. n
Tjtiuu "v;u"u necien rae aim ne will appoint him I 1 v-uo wuriu l America into
iU,l irriefst-thy friends- are captains over thousands, and over fif- w 1,4137 of wires; 8,756
realth has flown "ruu.ei is w (igrs to 1876L 24.S21 nill,. f 40
war. and he will take
T- uiwou8, ,ow,uw leiegrams. Australia
to be cooks and bakers, and he jwill (1875) 23,582 miles of wires; 689 stations
take your fields! and your vineyirds, 2,500,000 telegrams. Africa (1874 to 1878),
and give them to his servants, and he 8,148 miIe of wires; 19G stations; 1,200,-
rilLtakp vnnr nrlKcf uw leiegrams.
J wwInM yUUt U1CII
and put them to his work, and hd will
take a tenth of all your sheep, I and
cattle, and produce, and ye shall cry
bers, 86,000.000. of which 20 nrm nm m.
. . ' ' ' I? assemuia?e
The number of 6Sesteu oy ine meuuon w inanKsgiv- ,i .
unted 1 to 1 1DS iaJr discusses the, possible future of 1 ut5r8 01 w,e
nnn rrvlfl m tint Ka . I
r 4,JCJr wauieu a King other teleornma f.A o ..a
v ! ! I - - . - vv. UIUVUU1W i W I . . j
the loru grew angry aud said: ! "A about 7,000,000. M. Newman Spallart tuopablic, saying fn c
king I will give you, for you have re- 6"" the following statistics for the oth4 We daro. 1 ,
ji&amage or a JUinister. U th wttehnu. I u intention to harms those who should
- THOSK HT.TTP! f. AWH nVPT'l rpfuwi comnlb.uce.n Thin was tli iutrn-
uEev. "V: TJ. Murkland, pastor of , 1:. 1 MOKE. tiop and the declaration wasforcerin
the iFranklin' Street Presbyterian thesucceding1reignfoniIr.Hallan
church, and Miss Bessie Austin rhe a9crtion oy Veritas, thatl virtual- of that reign that, ''the most obnoxious,
Aii 1 1 - fi 1 4 V m.i. i ' iy admit the truth of all the laws attributed if not the most indefensible, of these pros-
daughter of the late Dr. Philip Aus- to Peter, except five, is entirely gratuit- ecuUon. were for KfotiMto read what
tin! were married yesterday afternoon t rt i u wa f111. ,A BoK0f Sprt9f namely a
lu u 1 a 1 t ii . I, - .f" ."t 1 proclamation, or rather a renewal of that
104 the churcb of which tho groom is J because they are those usually paraded J usued in the late reign. It was in it-
rti tllndlet it dry thy tears,
?Dr l.mft nubelieving tears;
pastor, in the presence of a crowded hy, wiu, humorists and buffoons," when
assemblage, composed largely of mem- with ?ort to ridicule and satire,
congregation. The pulpit Ll. ., .-j,.,,,. tn .w .iHfP
was removed and the marriage took ters was false in these, he was , not enU-
place on the platform within the chan- tied to belief as to any. I admitted the
eel, which was adorned with ever- semblance to trnth, in some of them, upon
greens and growing plants, and brit- the principle that he would be a sorry
rr-i I couuvcricivcr inaeea. wno am .no mix
that this country
must be delivered front 'the clutches of
cupidity and ignorance, or" else its fate
will surely be like that of former repub
lics. It is one of the constantly repeated
facts of history that some Pisistratus,
sharp and corrupt is always ready at cri- j J. Bullock, of Alexandria, Va., assist- should seriously object The principle
self preposterous, and tyranical I it fa
temtionj to enforce, in churches this li
cense, or rather recommendation, of fes
tivity. ,;The precise clergy rtfMed in gc
eralt to comply, with the requisition, and -were
tuspeuietl or (Upriced in consequence.
Thirty of them were excommunicated, in
the single diocese of Norwich." t-n K'.
"William Prynn a Barrister, for a book
he wrote afcainst the sport on the Xonl's
day was deprived from practsing at Lin-
i,aDuy ng,w ,v,m taper, Ihecer-.re
c.uuujr puriuruifiu uy xvev. jr. u. Aa to Ko o, a .nn..i A . uxioru, Bew in wie pu ory, uai nisearscui;
. . - e 11
faitfi ikuot bu
Tlierlya region fairer far
irfiU.tl.V fair seeiies,
-T Ihright star, - .
JgaM starid evermore ajar.
nil jtc a i4"son con,cs dtV!n
JSilea lights on tower and town;
inters rage, nor tempests fi-own.
f i Mi
'LiilU.lm above the purple hills.
tb landscape tills.
i ! "
shines there, never sets ;
.r l tit snirif. frets :
JOlOeS " -yVBa i y 7
tfl tiurl, nor fears, nor vam regrets.
sis in the life x republics" to step forward
aiid seize the reins of power,- and under
the forms of free government erect a des
potism, i r 1 s
'This is. not tho most . cheerful topic
for consideration, but it is one which em
bodies a real danger at the present time.
New j Suspension Bridge. A
new feature 4 in the way of a suspen-
Son DnnfTft was rpromf iv Rtn arrnsc I ii .:n t. .i . ..i. i. : u: :
. 1 t 1 1 . I O . J .vw 1 1, m 114 nut, uu lu iivruu-uwii lb iilOWIJ 10
out in tlmt day.because of yourJcing, the Housatonic River, a short distanW, full of it. f
aim. uieoru wui uoi near you'. . north of Falla Rritl. Tt w M "So while the turkey, fracrant with
xw,x.uuv, - uiwy Bw thread of a spider's web suspended
iiieu -siijuit men uut rve tllOUIlt
uie wiiuie in iHg over, auu 1 aon t nnn nfW Uatwn Qnn -,i
livv u pwt vss. 17V bfT VVII WVS CMIU
Know Dtuoiie iiuiiviuual I'm williner to Ann r : 1
, ' O I -XVV ICCil! Ill J
oysters and celery, smokes on the mahog-
ed by Rev. Dr. J. A. Lefevre and I upon which it was based the tsxiug of
RevJ J. S. Jones, of Baltimore. The laxnries is acted upon in framing our
bride was escorted by Mr. John A. Tn ls, even to the exemption of a cer
, ;... i .. 1 tain amount of wearine apparel. Veritas
xipiiane, Miss nattie Austin, sister does not affinB fhe eii8tance of either No
of thp bride, and Miss Mary A. Du-
shane were the bridesmaids. The
bride wore a magnificent white satin
dress en train and a sweeping bridal
veil: The groom with Mr. Wilson
life and tiued five
(Buck's Thcol DTc.
off, imprisoned for
Veritas says Episcopalians were pun
ished for reading the Prayer-book;1- Such
may have been exceptionally the case,
but does not Hutchinson deny itt When
20 which forbids a woman to kiss her the King's commissroners visited Jew
child on the Sabbath or Fasting-day, or England in 1665, did they not, according
Not 45, ordering every male to have his to Hutchinson, report that the people .of?
hair cut round according to a cap, but says Connecticut, "will not hinder any from
of the latter, and of that portion of No. enjoying the sacraments, and using the,
commou prayer book, provided, thatthey
R5 rl!tinr tn m 5 n rrl niM. rsinla. rlmiMiirr
ony and the rosy blush of the wine mantles . arey as bcsr man antl te othciating & tnat are "nniuiportant," and I hinder not the maintenance of the public-
the! crystallic sides of the drinking glass ministers were in waiting at the chan- asks what motive or why should Peters J ministerl" and what higher religious priv
Iegth. How did the crea-
there the Master gathers in,
) Vrwn l ilii -poor wi Id of care and sin,
Tliils wlium He hath died to win.
' Xi-M 'if I'm thev Rliine: they are 'not lost
Vliu pith's dark 11oh1 have s:fely cross-
-SoWigertorn nor tempest-tost.
llien no longer ; with the dawn,
r.ini hit ih v batfle-armor on :
t Hti4i 6hf : earth's woe
and the sound of laughter is heard in the eel i when the bride arrived. Wed-
land, let it not be forgotten that a few ! dig aDthems were sung by the choir,
who are naciuff the deck wearily and ! -. rr
",y 1 'ti. .l j '"f X7"?T co.yect, red that the engineering .pi- .verbcad know that the,. . T tJ were N. S.
oreaKers aueau, anu iue prow oi me biup .
i'endleton, Arthur btewart, n.ugene
! be over me, and that's Mrs. Arp, ture anage to t it across ? It
for thirty years and am willing to live der raut have calculated the distance
under it. I don't know what anybo- SDUn a ihread the reMiircA eastu ad
dy else might do, but I do know she then at the rizht moment have thrown
of $tate is poiuted towards them."
foes'will soon be
iVviaW-vanished, and I went
I'litii hir task with sweet eonteut.
j Who knoweth wherefore dreams are sent t
: - II I- -I
would take good care of me and our
children with a liberal entail for our
coming posterity. But 1 don't want
Gen. Grant." - He's got too many re
lations. Our folks wouldn't get nary
office. Everybody from our govern
ors down to the constables, would
have invented or forged them? Ii.ns.ver
for the same reason that "wits aud hu
morists and buffoons," have added, that
"bees should not work, or cats catch mice
on Sunday for sport as a mad man
whocasteth fire-brands, arrows and death,
ileges do dissenters have, in old England
at the present day T ' '
But I perfer to let the Ministers of Ply
mouth, Massachusetts, in 1629, speak for
themselves. ' They declared that they on
ly separated from uthe4sorruptions and dis
orders of the church ofEugiandj thai they
was carried on the
of some favorite breeze to the
opposite side, where it became at
ias 1m men 1tf s7tfMifIi liia tisi rrli Vtnr
-w- T 1 -w I DU 19 vuu uinu VUUW v www 9 .WBf '
urceu way, u. j? . i5oy ieston, r . at- and Mith Am not I in siwrtr Nay, for
thurs, Terrill Dawson, Geo. L. Irvin vindictive malice for any man who could, nnd Ceremonies, and had suffered mnch
cndThos B Sneckleson Last eve- M104 ' aog , f0r their non-contormity-m tneir natjve
Tsna inos. r. opecKieson. iasi eve- erg of Ncw Haven colony 'to the eternal ij K-rft. kii .
ninff Mr. and Mrs. Murkland went infamy of christian policy, found means thev'mieht have their libertv. thev nsith-
to spread the gospel mto every Indian I j. conid nor would use them; because they
came away from the Common Prayer
I nan II ' - . MW VlllflK'l IW IIIMI r II I M - J i .1 T .
A Wilkes county bear according to the
Index, stood out against a party of hun
ters until they put tweuty odd bullets in
H-thbUTtob orf. wedding tour, to he gone two SdXHn,, CTiffSSrH
was a male 7 feet 1 inch long and 5 teet weelcs. wheu there is no evidence from nay record fbeufui conuptions of the word Of God."
8 inches girth, and thought to weigh from
To the poor, humble and despised 400 to 600 pounds. His blubber, or ex
ternal fat, was from 2 to 3 inches thick.
Casualties op the other sides two good
believer, the kingdom of -heaven ex -
have to step down and out. I could- pressly belong, there his best desires
ent even get to be the king's fool, for will be i eternally satisfied, his tears
t ii 'i rr. i. j I -ii r i i iV.
x u.at oaicy is u.ix-uuy appncu iui will oe cuaugeu lur mumpua.n, eungs . . , . . , e,d ,n Wilrain-.
by duuge locnrane, tnougii I Know l ot joy, ana his reward win be great to0 on Thauksgiving day over
The groom above named is quite ao
well known in different parts of North scarcely to be noticed, should he speak the of their -refusal to comply with the com-
r...i: ttr.c nf P QQ truth. (Prof. Kingsley, 1838. p p. 85-6.) pkints made by two of their parishioners,
Carolina. He ,s a son of Rev. S. S. No ouder tlfat rita8 pilcferred to becsusethe Ministers did not use theBook
Murkland, who was, during the war, qaote from other authorities, and say that 0f Common Prayer, and adminbtersd, the
the pastor of the Presbyterian church there are dozens of books written npou LonTg supper without the Ceremonies, and
of Bethany, in Iredell county, and the Blue Laws, and scarcely. any f them refused to admit disorderlyypersons.
quote from reters. liut l do not uow
blessed society of the holy collected for the orphans.
Arp'Waiits No "King.
Wliowaiits a king ? I'm powerful
maJ with the whole yanky nation. I:
don't know exactly what Pm mad a-i
buutaud I don't care, but I'm not
mad enough to fight nor fool 'enough
em with a king, i ney
have, teen aggravating us a long time;
amrhow their newspapers crow over
aiuhbullrag' us and tell lies on usj
uutlliea in a business way our. people
I ecmtoet along pretty well withlcriii
We il trade and traffic and joke to-l
gctb4rwe buy their goods and they
. buy ours, and our commercial rela-
tion&are all pleasant, and if it wasn't
- f. f.i!i1!A' J! i i t 1 1 -
i me uuuucians noootiy wouiu Know
tUre as any split uj iu the family.
rolitics amt as big a thing as some
Wks duuk it is. We like our lead!
traantl ljoiior them as statesmen, bul
Muscnt: expect us to cut up anc
irotiiat:ithe mouth every time they
slaiidered by some yanky editor
If they 'get turned down in the spell
"SP they, needent expect us to
FK npour hats and quit school abou
a SoniP nf niii TmIL-q m In KT
' ivino uiq -lit Ul
am the best qualified to fill it. Then in the
asrain we would have to have a nobil- nronhets and apostles, and in that of
ity established and put over us; and the incarnate Son of God, who passed
you would see Barron Crawford, and the same way to His glory. Thomas
Sir Chap Norris, and Lord George S. Scott.
Thomas, and.Eurl Hargrove circula
ting in liveried' grandeur with heralds
riding before them exclaiming: "Make
way for his lordship's chariot." That
would be delightful, wouldn't it? No,
sir; nary king for me. As Mr. Shake
speare said !
Let ns endure the ills we have ;
Not fly to others, that we kuow not of.
No man has a right to complain of bin
lot, or of the times, or to call upon socie
ty to help him until he has dono all he
can to help himself by industry and fidel
ty in the place and calling where he is.
Aud he who does this will seldom I have
cause to complain. ; j
During the Emperor William's stay at
Gastein an itintcrant conjurer was intro
duced one evening to amuse the Kaiser
and his suite, and brought down the dis
tinguished house with his exordium to a
trick, "Now if any one happens to have a
The Latest Snake Story. A
Pender county man, one whose word
may ue reueu on, lens us 01 a cuiiuus . iiaDdke,cl,ief."
circumstance of which lie was ah eye- , . ' .ai.c .,
ij i He who spends his younger days m
witness. .There was an, old dog on d5Mination is mortcajiinir himself to dis-
the"preinisc of Mrs. Anti Howard, on ease and poverty, two iuexorablo credit-
. I 1 3-H8
PJ7 about getting on top. Our
ton. will come after awhile. Historv
SSdJ iToiomha PYfiln.1 'm forr-Ihl.r
Dttns;not going to hurt 'em. He
' too UtfT' I - .... .1. i T
A? mrifT no WO rt nm
?-l-'-'ie's a nigb tempered man and
Mne reason he dulcnt go to Ch
gM;iUe was afraid he might get
i f ; ouuueu auu iiirnoverin
mpl( One of our" Bartoi boy
utaown to your town the othe
-tei the circus, and he1 was s
; Me4-with the concern he deter
lo jine it. So he applied to th$
7s,? pothered him, so much thai
r'ine boss agreed to hire him
Topsa i 1 Sou nd , which had been sick
and worthless for more than year,
caused it is said, by snake-bites, he
having been bitten six times, four
times by rattlesnakes and .twice by
moccasins, . Our informant, having
heard all his life that a snake would
foruTon the liver of a dbg which had
beeiiftbitten, had long had. hU eye ou
this old dog, determined to verify the
saying, as soon aaLhe died. On Tues
day of last weeK the old dog died and
was cut; open, and sure enough there
were found six snakes hanging wi th
their mouths to. the animal's liver.;
FoHrf-tlieso'Were rattlesnake and
the other twowere moccasins, as was
easily distinguished. One of the for
mer was about eighteen inches long
and rattles were beginning to form on
its tail. We tell the story just as it
was told-to us. -Wilmington Review.
n i i
Another Anniversary. YesLer
dnv was the twentieth an ni versa v of
.j ----- -
the hanpin&r of John Brown, of Ossa
- i "vs j D -v w iiiiii. I o O . '
fftgQt;him b currycomb and a paiaolf Avattime notoriety, at Charleston, Va.
Ulg shears, and a file, and took him I A great many things have happened
round to the Bengal tiger's cage, and since that day, and public opiniou in
to?8 h?; "I'll eive voufiftv dollnraA ' particular has been in a measure rev-
-. m t k i. j ti f - ; ,
of the sentence under which this brave
old fanatic was executed has not been
controverted, ,Tq do so, in fact would
be to deprive society of those guaran
tees and legal props and securities Which
are needed to preveut disorder, and to
permit the'taking of human life, as
was done by Brown and his followers,
on any pretext that men might chose
steurrv Mm fh
Hi claws three times a week ani
'"rip pjethj whenever it becomes necl
Jyl j'Thelast man 1 hired was a
lUleareless, and the tiger jeat him
ttPi S ynn Vill ha vn in !, ..Lrv t.1
S"Mister,I dou'tthink this bust
,Qv ff1! 8ut me. I'm notskeeredby
J 3.ns, but-I'm a very high tcmT
-H jumn, janu I'm afrai
jljlcnly mad and kill
to set up.Bq. Sun, 3c?..
ore, who are certaiu to foreclose aud take
possession of the premises
"Come, doctor, its ten o'clock ; I think
we had better be going, for it's time hon
est folks were at home !" "Well yes," was
the reply, "1 must be off, but you needn't
go on that account."
"You jnst take a bottle of 'myvmedi
cine," said a quack doctor to a consump
tive, "and you'll never cough a;
'It. is so fatal as that !" gasped the - con-
A writer on school discipline says
Without a liberal nse of the rod it is im
possible to make boys smart."
.Those who sow wild oats are in danger
of reaping a crop or nemp
God had one Son on earth without
i 1 . .i ..: v
sin, but never vuuaui
. As no temporal blessing is good
enough to be a sign of eternal elec
tion: so no temporal affliction is'bad
enough to be an evidence of reproba
He that hath many things to trust
to is in suspense which he should take
hold of; but where there is but one
left, with what greediness will be
clasp hold of that. God cuts down
worldly props that we may make him
our stay. Charnock. - t
No righteous man would, in his
right mind, be willing to make an ex-
chano-b of his smartest afflictions for
a wicked man's prosperity, with all
the circumstances attending. It can
not, therefore, be bad with the "right
eous in the worst condition. Quir
nock. - ,
There arc momenta in the battle of
life that rush past us, pregnant with
vast result, which seized, may be the
turning1 points of our everlasting safer
3 road is the road that leads to debt ;
And thousands walk together there :
Prompt payments find a narrow rut,
itli here and there a passenger.
who has ever since resided in Iredell
couuty until about a year ago.
The Excited Irish.
Parxeli. AmmEssixa a Crowd rx Lon
don Demonstrations OK THE 1 EOPLE
A Father's Crime. New Haven,
Dec. 4. A man named Upton was
arrested yesterday in Ansonia for
causing tire death of his infant. Ac
cording to his wife's story he came
home drunk a few nights ago and,
quarrelling with, hurled a lighted
lamp at her which fell into the cradle
that I should be greatly dissatisfied that
law' No. 19, which say sNo one shall trav
el, cook victuals, make beds, sweep house,
cut hair, or shave on the Sabbath day"
should be Droven true. Of course works
As to Connecticut, Bancroft says, 'Rog
er Williams had ever been a welcome guest
at Hartford; and 'that .heavenly man John
Haynes, would say to him, I think,; Mr.
Williams, I must now confess to youy that
the most wise God hath proridttd and - cut
out this part of the world, as a refuge, and
of necessity and mercy were excepted receptacle, for all sorts of "T-
from the law then, as well as now. With Connecticut.1(vol. 11. 57.)
such exception, it might safely be endors- Douglas7 who is said to haveiiad- littl
ed. ; Indeed there is an awakening inter- gympathy with the puritaiu, is quoted by
est, just at this time, all over the land on Bancroft in a notCi as saying "I never heatl
this subject of sabbath desecration, not of a persecuting spirit in Connecticut; iu
only north, but in North Carolina, aud tU they art egregivusly atpcrsed."
even in Texas. If the laws of our own But what patern of legislation, and What.
T.ivfimrtnl. Xoveinber li9. A mectinjr.
1 -- ...mi i.i.i.-
the attendance, at which, was estimated at . sC win prooauiy uie.
15,000 people was held opposite St.
George's Hall to-day. Paruell fully en
dorsed the speeches for which the recent
arrests in Ireland were made. He strong
ly, denounced the action of tho govern
ment, which he predicted would utterly
fail in its object. Tho agitation against
landlordism, he said would bo continued.
Resolutions, moved by Par.iell, were car
ried with enthusiasm, to the effect that the
arrests are arbitrary, unconstitutional and
calculated to weaken the confidence of tho
people of Ireland in the im
anl set fire to the clothinc over the
T ih fl,1n,uni. f vf In,r;eh State, even of the last legislature, on this example of toleration had the Puritans . ot
, ; ' , aC , subiect, and other?, were examined, it either New or old England, to guide them
the names ner ciotning caugni nre anu . - . . . . . . 1eri8,atinir reSpectin2 the Book of Com-
nermittinc judicial Uaislation. as freely mon Prayer ? T
lived a few hours only. Upton and almost, as that objected to among the Pu- beth, entitled an
his wife have been married two years ritaris, and as obnoxious, if "harshly" ad- Majesty's subject
The act of the 35th ofEliza-
net "to retain the Queen's
ects in their due obedience,"
,! luve hitherto lived happily to- J" Md execuu-d a, to .eit ed HX"
venuui, receuuj miu.c ,u vuUCvu- refu6e t) repair tQ gome b
cut. Nor is this awakened interest con- chapel, or usual place of common prajr,l
fined to "Connecticut's whimsical old Pu- hear divine service estallislud by her Majes-
ritanism," or even to this continent; some ty't lavs and statutes, in that behalf made;
i i k rrn.i..,i nMnr-.. or shall advisedly or maliciously move or
even in the church of hugland, are areas- ade otJher whatsoever; to
ed. Lord Shaftesbury, the Bishop of Lon- forUear or abstain from coming to church-
tUn Un'ttnA fiffltoa llfl Aan IrUrl hof don. Mr. Samuel Motley, several members to hear divine service, or to receive the com.
. I b.i;.m.nf .ui. t finnrmnn nnil munion accordinif to her Ma.iestv7s laws and
.9 T" w - 1 m M 11 I a AUibll WW m Hll Aim umb mwmm m 1 .
the: V lrgmia law agaiust marriages
between blacks and whites, was un-
paruancy 01 , r -
The papers in all directions in the
South have committed an error in
statin? that the Sunreme Court of
t)ni;.m.nf witli lr Sunrcmnn. find
i.tA-r.t f iv-.w.n Pinf.r. statutes; or be present at any unlawful tmem-
btio i.i,u. UU. eontenlides or meet m a, undercolor or
ence. and numerous other bishops and m r nn iM t Pinion nmtmni
. r. - tytw,!, vj J 1 if
Hie U. D. bupreme ieadcrgi civil and religious, have recently to her Majesty's sa'ul hius and statutes? and
tl. iu ami that th irovernment which
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squanders the bioou ana treasure o. u. - .. - r v..j . .T,Vt" .. committed to orison, there to remain with-
AMinle in uniust wars abroad, while mis- rrranted a Writ ot terror so that the cil or lnaon against opening uuum.au ntii th ,111 eon-
1 ,r "1 " . o I .. n ...... i . I - I - j -
being thereof lawfully convicted "shall be-
eify and famine are unrelieved at home, qUCStion can be tested in the
stands condemnea m tne eyes oi au ngnv ; Colirts 2)cl.
niinded and thoughtful men. I innegan,
Obstructionist, member of Parliament ior A car loaj of horses from one of the Wes
tinuis, spoke strongly denouncing the tern gtates recently arrived at a station on
coverumeut. There was no uisturnance, the Camden Branch of the South Carolina
Railroad. On unloading the car a hen was
discovered in one corner sitting on a nest
containing thirteen eges. All the horses
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attl- u,c in tho rr and tliv had traveled
a jong way, but it was found on ex a mint ion
that not a smcrle cirff was broken. It was
C7 f i-
close quarters for the old hen, but she did
not seem to mind it any more than if she
was quietly sitting in a chicken house.
Library on the Sabbath; alledging among f aD(i iejd themselves, to come to some
other reasons that the arguments for open- church, chapel or usual place of common
ing libraries on Sunday, are equally strong prayer anu near uivme service, accoruiu
The offender not conforming, was oblige "to
abjure the realm," and "if he returned with-
for the Sunday opening of numerous other
places of amusement, as the aqnariums,
the concert rooms, and the operas, and 1 out her Majesty's special license in that be
The authorities have taken strong pre
ointinnit. A conniiittec at a prior meet
ing had issued an appeal
to the Irish
firm but peaceful
1 There was a torchlight procession com
posed of 4,000 persons at Kilrush, Couu
ty of Clare, last night, which was w it
nessed by an immense crowd, who cheer
ed the prisoners, and O'Donovan Kos
sa. A great demonstration by unemployed
laborers hs taken place at Ballina Coun
that if it be right for men to work in a pub- half, hall be adjudged a felon and shall
,. ,., o Vi n suffer as incase of felony, without benefit
lie library on Sundays, it cannot be wrong 0f".iv
for them to work in a shop or factory." For '0 conforming to these requirements,
Thus, even, the Episcopal church has Henry Barrow, William Dennis and John
made advances from what it once was; Greenwood, a Minister, were put to death ;
- , , B
CI ml nftMi nfllirts His noonlef
i . ..V- i.! ti. Wlirmns if we let them go. the
bring Uiem nearer aim wrefij uicm y , .
nearer to Himself, to make earth less harvest will be past, the summer wi L
the general dident go to attractive and heaven more jdesira- be ended, that we shall not be savcu.
a 0 heap better to stay ble, 'if M Cumming.
The Dead Demockact. It is interest
ing to read tiliei piueral discourse ( which
are so often preached by the opposition
over the body of the Democracy. After
every election in which it sustains a re
verse, its enemies deliver their funeral
orations with alt gravity, aud it is exhil
arating in a high 'degree, after all these
obituaries, to see this organization coaie
up.smiling at efery election and scare
the orators welfnigh to death. From the
vitality which it has a fashion of exhibit
ing, it might be judged that this body
ha a morbid disinclination to death, aud
it must be nothing short of disgusting to
the Republicans to have a party which
they bury safely out of sight after every
reverse, return to plague them at the
election next succeeding, CTtarfotff. Ob
server, h i
On Friday last, Edmund Lowry, aged
about 16 years, son of Wm. Lowry, near
Smith's Turnout, in this caunty, died of ty
phoid fever. Soou after tle death occur
red, the mother of the deceased was stand-
nor would that church appear so well, as
Veritas shows it, if its history was faith
fully written. That history would bear
out the assertion of a profound student
and thinker, that if the Puritans had
"hard and bitter elements of character,
they had hard and bitter acts of oppres
sion to develope them;" and no power was
more potent, and better than that of the
church of Eusland. Let us take an inst-
I i . 1. 1 2
ing near the fire dressing a boil on her hus- ance, wnicu too piaco .miu..,
band's neck, when her clothing caught on ceedmg uie immigration oi v ir.,ttru..
fire With much difficulty the flames were to this country, which was partly te rea-
subdued, but not before both were so badly '.son of that immigration; and which would
burned as to render them unable to attend justify, if any thing could, the Sabbath
4 Via fnn0i ne thoir o YorkTiile En law .which Peters dendes.
i, II lUUVlUI vr v w "
:"A Fool's Ebrand."- Is not this the
fill a nf Judire Tounree's latest! We
think It is. At all events the Louis
ville Courier Journal has rather a moder
ate oniuion of it. as witness tho follow
Halloo in his
constitutional history of England, says:
"But James I or some of the bishops
to whom he listened, bethought themsel
ves that this might serve as a test of Pu
ritan ministers. He published, accord-
in air. n declaration, to be read wthe
churches, permitting all lawful recreations
on Sunday after divine service, such as
daneiua. archer u. May-games and tuorrice-
dances, aud other utual sxrts; but with a-
prouioitiou i uear-uiuitug uu uvun "-
No recusant, or any one
j "A Fool's Errand" is an anonymous
political story of some ability, but of awfai Barnes.
little literari' merit. It is bigoted' and who had not attended the Church-service,
irialignant, betmying a small mind pain
wa& entitled to this privilege; which might
I . Iu nnai1.l na a luinntr nn
filly w.nd, . MM prejn.Il. bitter HJSKTta. Ai 1 U
MTnoDiST fjoxFURXCE. The North
Carolina Conference meets to-day at
Wilsou; Bishop Wightmau,
Carolina, will preside, !
hatred to the Soutli and a reckless disre
gard for truth or honesty. The ouly
thing that can be said to the writer's cred
it is that he was not so utterly lost to all
sense of shame as to be willing to put
of South '.name on the title page of his qnscrupuioua
no such view. To his cynical temper,
Mav-iramesand morrice-dances were Imrd-
I Iv tolerable on six days of the week; they
and a great many poor families were utter
ly ruined, by Jines and imprisonments.
Those executed "made a very godly and
pious end, praying earnestly for the Queen
and the 8tate," being convinced that their
persecution and death lay at the door" of
Whitgift. the Bishop of the .Epucopal
church, and his co-religionists, rather thatt ;
at that of the Queen herself. For publish
ing a book called Zion's Plea, in which the
Queen was called "a daughter of Heath, and
the Bishop's persecutors of God's people,
Dr. Alexander Leigbton was sentenced, af
ter degradation to have his nose slit, and
his ears cut off, to be branded in the face,
whipped at a post, to stand in the pillory,
to pay ten thousand pounds fine, and suffer
perpetual imprisonment; all of uhvrk mis ex
ecuted in, Ou most rigorous manner. The
Doctor lay in close prison ten or eleven years,
till he wss released by the Parlimcnt, in the
year 1C40, aud was then found to be in such
deplorable circumstances, that he could
neither walk, see nor hear." But further
During the two and a half years, Drl Wren
was Bishop of Norwich, atioye fifty godly,'
faithful preaching Miinsters wereexcommu-
nicated, suspended, ucpnvea or otnerwise
censured, in his dioccss, to the undoing of
many of them, their wives and children.'
And for what ! "For not reading4bc sec
ond service at the communionJable, set Al-ter-wise;
for not reading the Book of spo-ts;
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were now recommended for the seventh, for using cLceivea prayer oeiore anu aaer
mulcated in the church itself. Iti.inaeed illegal innovations, iutrmluced by him and
' difficult to explain so unnecessary an in- nw omcen. adu doi " W
It on the precise cicrgy.uut uy supposing "- --o -
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