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SALISBURY, N. C, NOV. 12, 1861).
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LEGAL SOT ICES.
Worth Carolina, Sitk.:i -.ih
Davii. Cots i v. l it'i f' i in.
K i il KT.
Petition for Sale of Lnndt,
John S. M.ixwc-11, Admiuisiia.toi of John Max
well, ilee d., '
Thoina' T. Maxwfil. Tbymas M. Brock. J.-i.
V. Bnsk. Sarah K. Nay lor, wife of Ueija
ii ,i n T Naylor and tlamiila A. Broek, Lil
ward Bi'k-K- and Job" Ji. Block, iniiioi eii.l
dren ol Jubu. W, Br;k, deceased.
In ibis Case it appearing lo the calisfaciion
of the court that James V. Brock and Sarah
Naylor. wile ol 11 ujauiin S. Say lor, defend
ants in this case uic- non-residents ol this State:
Theiefoie, it isordereil ty I he court that pub
li.-iiliou lie made to; -!X Weeks III -The Olil
North Stale' iiewspaj er, notifying the said de
fendants to appear before tin' Jnde of out
next Superior Court lo be held lor the county
of Davie at die Cou t House in Moektviile. on
the lir.-l Monday in Api ll,(l7tl. tiien ami there
to answer the peliliou of the plaintiff, filed in
this com t. oi judgment will he lakeu ex puiir
as to il em.
VViiiwss, H. R. Austin. Cieik of the Pme
rior Court oi Davie County, at office in Mocks
Vilkf, the lltll day of Bepteiuber, A. D., 1800
H. Li AUSTIN, C.S.0.
4 1 - C w(pr fee $10)
State of Worth Carolina, I
Stanly L'oi'STY. )
Julin W Pm:th. J'jhu Parker and wife Isabel
Beutoii l'aikei. and wile Ma y C.and Uiiah
Staten, (jiiardiau if SiiSiili Brooks, and G
O. VVilliaitj Guardian of Allied A. Brooks.
Marv V. Brooks, add Caroline C. Brooks,..
Wil'.am. Austin. Wir.cy Ann Biooks and
V iiliain Biooks defendants.
Pettlioii fr S"fe nd Partition of the Lands of
the lite Coi nehui brooks.
It appearing to the satisfaction of lbs court
that William. Austin, Wipey, Ann Biouks and
Will an Biooks, defendants in this proceed
ing at e non-residenls ol this State, it is Ordered,
That publication be made weekly, for six succes
sive weeks in the -Old Nortti.Stte,'auewspapei
piibiirlual in Salisbury, N. C, sninuloning t ih
ot s.iid defendants to he and appear at the (frii
el the cleik of (lie Superior Conn ot Stiiu'y
Ciiuufy.ou the 20ili November ISO!), then and
there lo answer or demur to said petition, or
the same will be taken pro conftsut and beard
ex parte us lo their..
'Witness; James M. Redvetoe, Clerk of our
S.iid court al office.
the 1 lt!i (hv of 0.;i
M. RcDWlNE, c. a.
State of Worth Carolina,
Edmund Kerley, administrator of Alfred Ea
idson, Against i
Isaac Ru'sell and wile El zabeth, G. W. Sweet
anil wife Cynlhia. .Robert Lowe aad wife
r.-in, J.jhu D.r. ;.!:sou. Mvg 'i-f-A. Kurlev,
WifliMinDavidsCTo John P. Davidson, Dan'l.
t. Dvidsi)n, Huldab Davidson, June David
Son and Wi :a,n band6;i, heirs. at law ol
Ie nj. (L Davitfscm. i
To Wiihatn Davidson, one of the defendants
above named, u non-resident.
Youarc hereby notified. I hat a summons, in
tiie above entitled ca.-e, hss issued against you,
and the complain! therein was filed in the Su
pci lor Couit oi Alexaudei County, on the 17th
of August LSCU. ,
You are also notified, that the summon" in
J oaaa; s-Wmaia Ua lip.tWex t . term, of f he
Sueiiiir Couit aforesaid, to be held at the
Court House in Taylorsville, on the 25lh day
of Decenier next, when and where you are
hereby required ! nepeiir and answer I he
complaint m default wbeteof (tie plaintiff
will apply to sa d Court for the relief demand
ed in the complaint.
Witness, E. M. Stevenson, Cleik cd the said
Superior Court at at Tay lorsuile, the 3d Mon
day tu August 180U.
E. M STEVENS IN.
Clerk Superior Couit Alexander Countv.
44 3i:(pr fee $10)
Kerctene Lamps. At Cost.
QUrrEaconKideralde lot of these L- in-, some
14 them very beautifjl. ha iig lieen sent to
Ii hwbscriber by mi-take, on the part of the
V nulacturers and h.ivinir been reunet'-d t
dis. oi-4 oftheti), with a- little delay a - possible,
be :.o.v i ff-r- t bem at 'he '-! v.nMTwSes
.'::-. .DJ.lte?? wtyi may be" in wat m the.su:
i . . . hare an pnniiity i bnyinp the whole
or a ti
i- ni .ees ninii as nnv .iii v tan
ia: i!i.i ie nor
T'-ev nni ! so:a eorreMiu-Mngiy queap at
At B. SILLS' Drug iitte Sslisbnrv.
Xa;V'9. i N Ot-W)
; I)'- "SSSfSlD GENTIAN BITTKIieJ,
Jilt lut iur (run j" um
un tie '
Uecomr ended nd prescri!ed by physicians
Tho Compound Gentian flitters" are made
j of (tie purest and best Vegetable Tim ies and .
Aromatic known loilie prolestiou. They also !
contain twenty per ocnt of
1ST Ji U V II U ! Fj!
' Which mnk9 them, beyond a'l question, ihe 1
hcsl lUl'KKTIC in existence; and lor.. Dj i
tressed Kidney, Bladder and I'ut.Mty Organs,
luAe no supoilor, if u:.y equal! Tlnwe who
try these U liters, tor I lie following lieac
v. . li ., mi a Mile,
and effectual IVtuc.H
TI . are a sine preventive and cure loi
f !!- i. nd Fever, and all Mulailal Dica-c- ! I
C 'i.ns k curGH,
Diieases of Kidneys. Giati I, Xu.. and even
Di'i-H-e requiring a general Tonic- impression.
-ff fni I i.s 'tt-i .- peeiiiiar tu reiuaies I
aluiost a MHtitie.
In convalescence from Typhoid and
othei low forms ol revel it is the wry bc-.-t
Tonic that cau he u-cd.
The Ciinpouiid Gentian Bitter meet with
on ei-a! Incur, und have ici e;ed the stionj;
est levtiiiioiuals ever given to uny medicine, a
lew o! which we Hopetid below:
Tliis :s lo eerldy .llial I have used Dr. God
fins t.'iciipout.d Gentian Bitters and cheeitul
ly tecomiiieud il as the very best Bitters that
ran be used lor ordinary debilitv, 'ii-k stomach
Ac E. M HOLT, M. D.
Lifiscomb, O-anpe eo. 3j. C, Viay 15 '69. ,.
I hereby certify that I have been using Dr.
Goddiu's ,:Comoiind Genrian Bittors,'' lor
Co- jib. General Debility. fcc.. and I am fully
s.-itislied that they sre tbe bet Bitters of which
f have any knowledge, and die best Toilic ol
tered to the American people.
R0B.T; Y. SLATER.
Henrieo county. Vs , June 25, 180.
1 Dr G. mius : Dear Sir: I have Ks-en suffer
ing for twenty ye.ars with an affect iou of the
kidneys, uostrate gUud arid strkitnre of ibe
urethra: have been under the tiealllieiit ol
the b'-st physicians in the eonntrv, one of w hc.tn
is now a proicsso' in a medical college. A I!
lailed to leheve me. I finally tried yom Com
found Gentian Billets ; the effect was like a
charm one bottle cave me complete relief. I
helieveit tobe tliebesl medicine I liave ever,
used. Verv resiiectlullv,
JAS A KAULCON.
f.;Ml,.-0n, N. C, Jan. 7lh. WJ.
I'repan-il nnlv hv Dr. Ooddin.
JAMES T. WIGGINS,
ProiiritUtry Wholesale Ayent,
Cgr Foi la's by Dr. G. B. Poulson, 8alis
bury. N. P. 3S
J-uti LtKO.NCtliaLi rt.M LIVER DI
SEASES read the following:
T'.omss H. liaint-y, Ksq , (Jranville ro.. N. i"..
says! -1 Hud your Pills to ne the liest t'.nnily m-Ji-cine
I have ever usetl. They have proved very ben
eficial in my own case. I have beeu.very much f
flii teil for fifteen years, and have tried everj kitulul
medicine thai I cnuld get. but have t"'ind more e
lief from vour Pills' than all others. My disease is
hroui liisl affliction, ami a complete p.-nstrat on of
the nervonR system. I have used- t-hem ia te ur fif
teen rases in my family, and find them to he the very
medicine tor nearly all family diseases."
The Cnre is Thorough.
Kenneth Waynes. Esq., Ilerlr of Columhns county
couit. writes ( April 2, 1K63:) "Daring the hitter
part of the year 18n2 I waa severely afflicted witli
diseaM-diiv'eraudiiianv niiilit while in lied tiie imin
wouia become so exciaciatioft that 1 waa compelled
to get out ol b 'd and sit npunlij the pain yonld
soleiide. I procured few lioies of th? SOL TII KIt.N
II KI'ATK' CI I.I.S, .m l the tirstdosel 'ookgavenie
ureal relief. T continued to use the J'iils lor two
weeKs, and have not u tiered from liver disease
aini-e. 1 have recommended rhem accordingly, and
several rs-rsona are in want of them.
Ail disease is aii'eiiiniv to the hrtmin system, nnrt
is at war w ith it and wilf conniier it, unless iiKtuie.
with all the assistance it can receive from strength
ening medi.ines and suitable nourishments, can
conquertiie enemy : which would be best, to take
medicine before you get sick, to prevent IcVnawi or
to take niedicilie alter you get sick to care sickness..
t" A word to the wise is enough. f 3
Exercise your own judgmei.t in the means of de
fense: the enen.y will come, lie ye alsT ready with
She Southern fiepatic Pills,
Tfiat old, long known and tcrfl tried remedy
for all ItiUmm diteutf. ranted by a
TO A I.I. KMHiitAN'TS. Von are sbont to a.ake
a home lor yourself and-hunily n a climate wblrh
you or tnev Uave not been accustomed to : you will,
of course. b exKsed to all the diseases ieculiar to
that climate, you should be careful to use such Med
icine as are adapted to the disease of that climate:
von will find the greatest security in the use of
l'bey ran be sent to any point in the United State
by Ks press.
PRICE For one hoi, IS eerti. Dm.ft.AS PalrOrnst
tin One ftroM, SIS Three GrnM. SSO- Five Orpan. "
Thscisti muni eiUier acopny tire order forth VI.-. i
cine or it aitlb tent CO. D. Or ten shculJ be uldrut
d to O. W. ni'f Ms
M. IS, Sorra Ciutnn stit,
!'.: : wi Ud.
where they will he promptly ttlenileil lo.
For lhM Medicines call on all respectable Druggists
everywhere and oa ' T
0. B. POULSON
Jnly 0 2C:ly ; Salisiiury. K. C.
LEPAGE BROS. & Co.,
C01i1Mli55i0l! Jilftlfl) ltt'5
rsO TTH V fT A PTCl PS
lXJl I Uxy l l filC,
Commerce St., Worfolk, Vs.
r CSpi-cial attention paid l
GRAIN. COTTON and all o
to I1 -.(' '
tlier ki ids c
TV Liberal advuces
ud i-romo: returns.
Il ' I
The trae pliilnntlirnpiat and clirtian
can be lint deeply pained when lie ida
of such folliea and iuMMali(inna as I will
men tii tu What I write can be ivlivd np-
on. for I derive the ticia tioni prraona o
i . ii r 1 1 :
the ingltcat cliaracter toctany una reni
onaly. For come time there lm been very
great nligioua excitement (aoc1b-l)
among the negrnea living in the Northern
portion id Halifax, in that wirt adjoLu.g
U iiin ii. L'ertuin negro men claiming to
be preachera conduct tho cxciciaca. In
(rout of the aland occupied by them a
,l ,i i.. i in ii n -rte.l. Ai ii i preachiog the
rVsf bouncers are called for, where tpnn the I
must agile young women mount the planks
ami commence inmmiig vioienuy up nnn
down, whiln ihelder wmm suirottud
I them ami jump up and down iikhi the;
giounii, tun in a more moderate way. a
sort of low singing or droning may be
coiisUutly beard These exertions are
, . i A
long continued. When they begin to be
I brought nnder the po-calb d religion infln
ence tliev fall down as it dead. As tasl
; aa each falli, she is taken nnt nnd laid
staii out upon the ground. Sometimes as
many as twenty will be stretched along in
a line, each apparently insensible They
I ty for hours in this seeming trance.
When they are restored to consciousness,
i hey relate marvelous stories about hav
ing been to he ivcn or hell, or both.
They are then deemed fit subjects for bap
tism I understand many hundreds have
been dipped, the negroes always prefer
ring that mode. After being dipped I hey
are regarded as fit subjects fur heaven.
A negro woman, living with the gentle
man at whose house 1 am now wri
ting, who has passed through this scene
of gross superstition iays, that whilst she
was in trance, our Saviour caiuc to her
and cut open her side with u sword, and
taking our her heart, it turned at once to
gold. A preacher boy says he has been
both to hell and heaven that he has re
cently returned from iho latter that
whilst there he was fed upon light bread
and honey that be got tired nf staving
there and came back because he Wanted
to see "his folks" below Traveling
Cor. of the Fiiydtei ille hagle.
President Grant and Mr. (jorbin. The
Washington coirespondent of the N. V,
lribune makes tho following nuiheulic
statement in regard to the relations of
The interest exhibited in thenttempt to
connect President Grant with Fiek, Gould
and Cm bin, in the gold conspiracy, has
somewhat subsided, hut it at ill remains
the subject of general comment. It bus
been ascertained that the only basis for
the alleged complicity of the President is
the fact that when he sold his house in
this city to Gen. Sherman, he gave Airs.
) '.'.'d. 1 1 of the proceeds. Co Inn was
lure nt the lime on his wedding trip, and
Mis. Gritnt placed the money in his
hands to he invested in building lots in
the suburbs of New York city. This is
the only .money transaction that has trans
pin d between lliein since I'lesidcill Gr.uit
Wits inaugurated, und it u ill vL y be
tin- last, as tin-President dm s not heeiuiie
to declare that in the future he will have
no social communication whatever. It is
probable that Col bin used (hemor.ej tlm-.
placed under his control to impress I'i !.
and Gould with Hie belief lhat he was ac-
("ting as Mrs. Grunt's broker .i ' lief
1 which was suddenly dispelled whun the
order was issued to sell Government gold
and Coili u's transactions were discover
A SHAM DUEL.
There ''has been for some-lime n slight
misunderstanding between a certain M.
D , and njviiight of the goose, and last
Tuesday a challenge was sent by the M.
D. and immediately accepted. Seconds
were choseu ami weapons procured, which
were nn old musket and a cigar-case (in
tended to represent a pistol ) The gen
tlemen, with their friends, repaired to a
secluded spot near the heights, and the
principals drew for the choice of weapons,
and the M. D. drew the musket. The
ground was stepped off, the combatants
placed in position, and the word given to
fire. A tremendous explosion of1 the old
musket followed, and tho tailor rolled over
on tho ground, gave a few frantic kicks,
and all was over with him..
The Doctor's second congratulated him
on having killed his man, and they left
the field, and coming to town', repaired to
a gentleman's store to talk (he matter
over, and while the M. D. was telling to
several gehlTetnefi fcriw he had laid bisnrr
tagonist out and left him on the field dead
in walked Bullock nlivo and without a
scratch. It was then that the Doctor re
alized that be had been made the victim
of a practical joke, and found that he had
fired a blank cartridge at a man who was
armed with a cigar-case.
Does it Pay to Advertise. The Boston
Journal says that a leading book firm in
that city answers this question aa follows:
"They published an edition of a book of
five hundred epics, and did not adve-lise
it- In about a year nearly the whole ed
ition ri m. lined on their hands, as the au-
' tlior. who was largely interested, did not
t!i.tik !, 7 t0 a,lvertise. Finding
j,,js book di,i not ,eII, he followed the ad-
i vice of his publishers and freely adverti
Fett. - His book bas now gnc ihrottgh
j seven edit tons of fire hundred copies each '
' ., .i s i j rii i i
ja'ia tiie Clglll is oruercM. i tie autuor now
believes in advertising.
JOSH U1LLINHS PAPERS JEWS
A gentleman ic gentleman (he world
over lonfcra differ.
Ueiievnlcuee u the cream that lizoa on
! lur ,,1 ov human kiuduex.
I . .
Lourage wiihoet alsereli.ui, iz n nm
with bonis on both ends; he nil! have
moio fites on hand than he cau well at
Uuiitiug after luppincss, is like hunt.
iugulier a lost sheep in the wilderness ;
when you find it, the cbauc. s are, that ii
iz a skeleton.
A dog ix the only Animal (oilier wt.o
In vs yn more than he Invs bjesi If.
1 here iz no more real s insl u ksion m
laying up in your buzxnui an i.juiy I bat
iiare iz stuttlug u dead lioruel who lias
ttung you, and keepiug him tew- lank at.
Old frieuds are like old cheese, t he
Lies are like illegitimate children ; they
liable to call u man 'Falhcr" when In
I 1,.a8t eXUi Its it.
All innuev that ix well spent iz a i;ood
I If we would all ov us take karc ov our
own son's, and h-t our nubocs alone, thaic '
: would be less lime lost, nnd more souls j
Before i would preach the gosp-1 ns j
some ministers are obliged to, for 4-iO dol- (
lars a year, i would gel a living hz Neb-
, udkeneezer did, and let the cougregushun
go tew grass to.
Contentment iz the vittles und drink ov
Did ye ever hear a son bragging about j
his father, whose father could with jttstiss
brag about his sun !
The safest kind ov faith I kuow ov, iz
The man who never makes enny mis- j
lakes, like the angle worm, never jits far ;
away from his hole.
A brilliant blnnder in a wailer, iz often
one ov his best hits
Tyranny iz often changed, but never
Sucking a whipt syllabub thru a rye
straw, iz u good deal like tricing tew it v i
I knever knn n profound phnnl ret,
who did no' i (T'-cl gravity, nor a truly t
wize man, whozn face was not ulwus J
rocked and primed lor a laugh,
Prudery iz nothing more that coquetry ;
gone to seed.
New Yoik city iz n fast place, yu kanl ,
even pass a phum-i-al procession, unless yu ;
have got the fastest boss
Jrulhhas hardly clothing cnuft tew
hide its nakedness. .
A pompous man Iz like a full blown
bladder, it ix pure malice to prick him-
The money and mortality ov this world
are a good deal alike, I lie principle uevei
loses sight ov the interest.
Pitly costs uoihini; and am t worth (
Wlia' men kant do, (hey are npt to ad
mire they don't criticise a mountain, be
kauze He y kant make uny.
Poverty iz one ov theui kind ov them
misfortunes, that we all ov us dread, but
none nv us piny.
Tbare iz lots ov people in this world
who covet misfortunes, just for the luxury
ot gin., ing.
Il iz comparative easy tew repent nv
the sin we Iriv commuted, but lew repent
ov f 'lOSI
o il we niiend lo commit, iz
much ov enny man now a
i or t
I thar.'s God for one thing, and that iz
when cv:y buddy dae iz happy 1 am sure
Most men go threw lite ns livers go tew
the sea, bi following the lay ov the
In youth we run into dlrlikulty, in till
age, difficulty's run into us.
"Times ain't as they used to be" this
haz been the wize and solium remark ov
mankind ever since Adam was a boy.
Secrets are cussed poor , property at
best ; if you ciikulate thern, vu loze them
and if yu keep them, you lose tire interest
on the investment
Persecuted for the Devil's sake, iz what
sinners get for their allegiance.
Sum 'people won't behave enny thing
they kant prove ; the things i kant prove
are the veuy, things ! be leave the most.
Plide never shows itself more disgust-ino-tv
than in the noinn of nbuneriil
Happiness iz not idleness, but its spirit ! The Wak of RaCKS. This long pre
iz uz free from labor az the life of a young 1 "ieteii "irrepressible conflict" has actually
Good examples aiming-the rulers iz tin
iest laws they kan enakt.
The devil ix probably the best judge ov
human natur (hat ever lived, nnd he must
have beleaved in the dnkttinO ov total de
pravtty, or In- wouldn't have uiiderluok to
tempt th Saviour.
A "gentleman about town" iz one who
pays cash for everything except his debts.
A pedant iz one who fills himself in a
cellar with the klatn broth of literature,
and then picks biz teeth in the society ov
Thai e ix but little, if any, ceremony be
tween a wise man and a phonl, ceriiuouy
iz (he only thing thai;, will make a pbool
Rich Gold Mine. The Rev. W. S.
Haltom showed us a letter last week from
a frieud in Stanly county, which suited
that a gold mine had been discovered
three miles from Gnh! II 1 yielding light
and ten hundred dollars to the burhel of
ore. That v uneturunouly rich, and ;l't4;aHliC Emperor, th
further invesi 'cation proves lhat iheminr Prince ttnteuiil havt
be a vast (oil nee to the owner, im old pen
.1 i u..i: I it-,, r...
ueui. - ui uauiiu uai i ;nj;-i. n r in it in tu-,
WHY MASON'S SHOULD NOT USE
jons ii. ciiAar,
or west cos-
lf Befianse profanity brings
and dishonor upon the Craft.
2nd. Because it blights the Christian
heart and kids the peace and joy of the
3l. Because outsiders will say, that
prolaiie sweating is a uiaik and sign of u
4ilt. Heennse it is very wicked in the
sijjlit nf (loi for nun to swea", and if
weighed in the balanee- is found wanl-
fi.h llecnuse taking the tiame of our
Master who is heaven, is vain, Is biding
our light, so in oilier do not see our
good works, so that neither we nor they
.r r.i ill1 .,11 r P.illi... itI... i j in I...
" ' "'
6,' "" ; '
'f"1 hrist.nr. light and lore, which is
I "ry uuuiuu eoui oy me greai
7 Ii. Becausr profane language used by
a brother Mason, shows ol once, that he
t T, "IT? u'm' ",,r "ul,rov?
blmsi-lf in (. bri-l an vutue.
, , ., , , i
hill recauee piolai. e words sound as
. c i
improperly nu the tongue of a Mason, as
that of the hammer would have sounded
III the temple.
9:h. Because it makes man appear tbo
he was not filled for that noble, and (hat
glorious pm pose of serving God, in 1 lit
house not made with bauds, and eternal
in the heavens.
10th. llecauso it dishonors him who
created man, in his own image, and shows
that Masons do not trust in His Word.
lltli. liecause profanity is tin mark of
a gentleman, is a disgrace to a Mason, is
a great sin in our land, und should be
lt h. II. cause it is not Masonic, it is a
strange and vile practice and all true Ma
sons should reject it, and heave it over
among the rubbish.
13th. Because Christ says : "But I say
unto you swear tin! at all. Neither by
heaven lor il is God s throne. Nor by the
earth lor it is Jils too'stool. Neither by
Jerusalem, for it is l he City of the Great j
King. Neither shall thou swear by thy
head, because iln-u canst not make one j
hair bl.u-k or while. Isut let your com
niuiiic it in be yea, yea, and nay, nay, for
whatsoever is more than these Cometh ot
TIIE GENTLE BOY THAT GIIEW
TO BE A GENTLEMAN.
"You sec I am n gentleman !" said Will
Thompson. "I will not lake Hit insult. "
And the little follow stiutieil up and down
in a rage. He had beep throwing stones
at i'i ter.'ones, and lie -thought that h:s
.rrtg-cr pinved him to he n gentleman:
"If you want to be a gentleman,' I
should think you would be a little boy
first, " said his teacher. "Gentlemen do
no! iIiioh- sloni s.it t heir neighbors Peter
Jones diil not ih'iiw stone nt yon, mid I
think he is much the more likely to prove
'But he's got patches on his knees,"
"Bad pantaloons don't keep a boy from
being a gentleman," said the teacher,
"but a bail temper does. Now, William,
if you want to be a gentleman you mu t
be a gentle boy." '
A Ii il. further on the teacher met little
Peter Jones. Some stones had bit- him,
and Ii" win hint by them.
"Wi li, Peter, vt Inn's i he mutter bet ween
you and Will this morning I" asked his
"I ways throwing a ball at one of the
boys in play, sir, and it mi'sed him and
hit Will Till mpson's dog."
"Why did you not throw i. back?
" Because, sir, my moi'ter says to be a
gentleman, 1 must be a gentle boy, and I
phe cm)tetioff a lifts
nuigbt it best lo keep out ol his way tut
Theteaclier walked on, nfter praising
Peter's conduct, but kept the hoys in his
mind, and he lived to see Will Thompson
a rowdy, and Peter Jones a gentleman,
loved and respected by all. Remember,
a geiitla boy makes a gentleman.
I., gun : Its noise
may uc heard in tne
City of Columbia.
A few days ago, hi
fiot, the negro assistant Adjutant Gener-1
al. cow Ifidt d Kavanaugh, a carpet-bag
clerk of (let. Scott's aud since then Wira
bush. a negm Senator, native and to the
manor barn,, gave a beating o Mr. .Land I
Commiasiouer iiesile, another rf the car
tict-bag race. All this in Columbia, to I
i e j u. r .c. ' i i
h , it is said
Well the native
to be !
waking up. They have been deluded by
these sumo carpet-baggers a long while.
They niay possibly discover who their
real friends have been after awhile. In
the mean lime they are having a lively
lime about the Capital.
Constable Hubbard and Kavanagh had
! a little tussel loo, after the latter got his
cowhiding fiom Llliot, and Kavanagh had
to be lucked up. AH is not quiet on the
Cougaree. Gneraw Democrat. ,
, of Paris' denies
Empress and ihe
iusored I In 5r lives.
The Empress 4m
o.icy, tt t truc;r h
but merely ! c-iver. her subscripU-nis to
ward hjeuevofent iustlluiions which she
i has f ouutlcd, in the ' v'tciiI uf her dcalh.
THE P. E. CHUUCU BISHOPS.
'I he New York Herald .ays .-The
I Protestant Episcopal ( 'hutch in the Unl
led Sut -s has fnrty-nino Bishops. The
Right Rev. It. It Smith, D. D , of Ken
lucky, is the presiding Bishop; the
; Right Rev. C. P. Mcllvaine, D 1 , LL.
D.. of Ohio, the next in seniority and
! the R glit Rev. F. D. Huntington, D.
D . of Century New York, the hist in the ! Byzantine Moresquo Arabesque, Gothie
order of consecration. Bishop Tuttle, of and Normtn. The interior decorations
' Idaho nnd Utah, is the youngest in age, ! are finer and more costly than of any
and Bishop Kemper, of Wisconsin the i Christian church in the land. The Her
nldcst. Bishop Southgal fMBMaaMald closes its article with the following:
charge of (he Turkish Wiaelon, imiWsiPT In ten pews from the pulpit sit every
I op Payne, late of Africa, aro the only ! Sabbath ten mitfiouaries, and from that
American Bishop who have resigned for- j point luck an aggregate ol millions moc
i ign jurisdiction. The Episcopal bench i represented. Did there erer sit togeth
inay be thus theologically classified. ! of. since the daya lhat the fair and regal
Tlni'v tin ee Hi. b -church, two Broad- uler of Sheha waa escorted br the
church, fourteen Low-church. Of ihc gorgeous retinue of tho coitrt of Solomon
a . V a P . I . a
ingli class, n dozen arc more or less in-
t-lined to mualismuot given to its ex
cesses, but favorable to irunyof itsforms
and measures. Such believe that the
worship admits (in symbols at least)of al
tars and incense, and lights and jewels,
ii i i j
i mill ,.u, .too , .ii 't guiizr .1 ii'.
rnihrns, which some call popish. They
, .. ., ... , ,V J
lielieve that the Church, like nature, has
, . , j u u j '
her varied sensnns, nitrl should dress ac-
und roues nnu narus, ana songs nnu aao-
cnrcingly ; that Christian syiuDoiism.
like the bow in ihe cloud, teaches divine
truth ; that a flower is sugges'ive of spir
itual thought, that we should "consider
the lill cs" even in the church, that we
should "beautify the sanctuary," "wor
ship the Lord in the beaiitv ol holliness,"
bring gifts to his altar, dwell in Ins courts,
"walk about Zion," etc. Daily prayer,
free scats, supplied choirs, choral services
weekly communions, frequent offertories,
elaborate decorations, systematic char-
itics, are in vogue with this class. Most of
them have their own cathedrals, which
are the centres of dioceasan unity, as in
Maine, Western New York, Illinois, Iowa,
Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, California,
Georgia, Tennessee, and Flordia. The
bishops who own cathedrals are not a'l,
h iwevcr, ritualists. Lee, of Iowa, and
CoXe, of Western New York, are quite
the reverse. Peihups the Bishops best
entitled to that distinction ate B rkwith.
Dome, Wliitfkouec, Young, Whipple,
Neely, and Kip.
None at nil approach Father Morrel's
Standard, and can hardly tqunl in catholic -ty,
so-called, the t:o:ed English Bishops
of Salisbury (that was) or the Sandwich
Isle. Bishop Beckwith, of Georgia, is
the finest Episcopal orator. He formerly
divided the plnpit honors of New Orleans
with the celebrated Presbyterian, Dr.
Palmer. Bishop Doaue of Albany, in
herits his father's taste nnd talents. He
is a great worker an! enthusiast for the
church. Bishop Whitehouse, of Illinois,
whatever his other qualites may be is al
lowed to be a grea". preacher and scholar.
j We doubt if Chicago or the .West has un
i abler one. His appointment to preach
the opening sermon at Lambeth Confers
i ence indicated his high standing among
j his colleagues. Bishop Young, of Eloii
I da, is distinguished as awuiib advocate
of the Greet "and" Anglican Churches.
Mis last visit to the East was productive
of good ecclesiastical results. Bishop
Whipple, of Minnesota, is known nllorer
the country ns the Indian's friend. He
has done more than any other ' citizen for
their spiritual and tempoial welfare'
Henry t urd Beecher has written the
best eulogy of this prelate. He evidently
believes in Bitdmp Whipple's apostolic
succession, iiishop Kipp, of California,
is a well known author His "Early Con
flicts of Christianity." "Double Witness
of the Church." "Catacombs of Rome,
&c, have hud
a wide circulation. He is I
ml accomplishment. Bishop j
mar: of taste and
Neely, of Maine, is a noted musician.
Unlike most of his Lpiscopal brethren, he
can 'sing or say," according to the ru
in ic He 's the second Bishop in the
United Stales who has led the song Vetii
Creator fipirttus in the Office for the Con
secration ol Utshops. The late Bialuip
Hopkins was the fiist to nse the musical
rendering of the service, ns he was the
firat to bear, or to have borne his pastoral (
staff on religious. Bishop Huntington's I
works ore voluminous, his most celebrat- I
ed being "Milner'a End of Controversy j
Controverted " His 'Law of Ritualism" ;
nas more episcopal oeienoers man is sup-
posed, and very many would practice
what he taught if they dared. Bishop
Hnntingtin was a musician of the first
class, an arjhitect and an artist as well as
a theologian. His church and diocesan
i-clu ol at Burlington, Vermont, arc the
products of his band. Few men ever
possessed greater versatility of tulaut.
The noet Brvant counsels a vountr con-
., . n .
trtbutor to the Post as follows:
"My young friend, I observed thnt you
have used several French expressions in
your article. I think if you will study
the English Innguige. that you will find
it capable of expressing all the ideas you
may have. I have always found it so,
and in all that I have written I do not re
call an instance where I was tempted to
use a foreign word, but that, on searching
I found a better one in my oin language.
John Shortgats, Gentleman, wtitea to
the London Times' complaining that the
Heralds' College- Won't change his name
to lii o w if. He says his sons are teased
by thVir school mates and nobody will
iinirrv his daughters.
A cold iwggrt weighing 0fl pounds, and
V4uuci at :..( KM, was discovered in Sierra
county, CalilcTbia, a fiTT-days' iiga
The New York Herald of Saturday
contnim a very full description of the uew
Jewish Louse of worship, built corner
Fifth Avenue and Forty-third treef, New
York, known as "Temple Emanuel.' It
blends in unconscious harmony six differ-
fnt orders of architectnre Saracenic,
toiiieiempie oi mat roooarcti s amoittou
such a galaxy ot wordly wealth, and it
: might be ventured, such a galaxy of beauty
and refinement ? The roof of the temple
I is flat and cut into squares- by the trans
verse arches. A good deal of elaborate
I polyechrome painting fills in the spaces.
' The best lime to observe the many beauties
' in this field nf decoration is at night with
the aid furnished from (he full radiance
of the many blazing candelabra. The
figures are brought out in happier relief
and show with u lustre denied them by
j Altogether the temple of Emanuel is
a feature in itself, and has no parallel.
Its exterior is an experiment in architec
ture ottentimes before attempted but only
! in this instance realized as a success. Its
interior decoration, without being quite ae
great a novelty, has so many points of
.originality that it fairly divides the palm
, of interest with-the architectural design,
, It may be added in conclusion, that the
! tarst pew sold realized the enormous sum
A Paris paper, Im Liberie, gives a cur
ious sketch nf the individuals who have
filled the Holy See since its inauguration
I by St. Peteie. No throne in Europe fur
nishes so many violent and bloody deaths.
1'rom St. Petkb to Pics IX. there
have been 293 Popes. Of these 31 are
considered anti-Popes, or usurpers, in the
same sense as the Bourbons regard Nap
oleon as an intruder. 0' the 262 legiti
m tie Popes, 29 met violent deaths under
ciicumstances that entitled them to the
repute of martyrs ; the other 35 also met
violent deaths : 18 poisoned, 4 assassinated
and 13 by various means. Stephen was
strangled ; Leo III. and John XIV. were
mutilated, and the latter starved to death,
as also Gregokt XVI.; Luke was stoned,
Greookt VII. was confined in an iron
cape; Celestix V. was ended by a nail
driven into his temple ; BomfacE VIII.
committed suicide ; Clement V. was
burnt on his sick bed ; Unn,N VI. waa
kilied by a fall from his horse; Pu s VI.
died from erotic excess.
Sixty-four Popes then died by extraordi
nary means, without counting 20 others,
who died suddenly, from chagrin, caused
Twenty-six Popes have been deposed or
exiled, besides the Popes at Avignon.
Thirty-five Popes were heretics. The
first 13 did not believe in the Divinity of
Christ ; 19 rejected the worship of images
and 3 anticipated Lhthkb in htsdoctrines.
Many have been accused of murder. Leo
V. was a woman. Twenty eight Popes
invoked foreign aid to keep tbem on their
To sum up, 153 Popes of the 293 were
adjudged unworthy of their position,
"What Dynasty (ask theLiberte) has such
a history ! And yet tho actual Pope has
called a council, which is going to declare
him iulallible !"
Tea Plant. We saw yesterday four
or five twigs, with leaves and seed capsules
of the tea plant, from the "Middlat
Barony" plantation, about twenty miles
(Yon, thla eil v oo llie Aalilpv where tea.
Lj bocn growjng in great luxuriance for
g ,mmbt.r of years. Tho leaves"' we saw
arc hard) nca,.i flg muci, go a8 ti108e 0
,he hoUyi from wlici, wc jt)fer tnat tj,
iPafjt.tg which dried and prepared lor tha
tPa 0f commerce, are gathered earlier in
the year. Wc are told, furthermore, that
the cup lhat cheers but not ttiebriutes, has
been prepared frequently from tea geowu
on this plan'ation, and been pronounced
of excellent quanity.
Dr. Junius Smith, nf Greenville, S. C,
it is well known, devoted much time, pains
and money, during many years, to the
oaiatiKaViiao...of of the
results of his labors are now found in East
Tennessee and some parts of North Car
olina, where many acres arc planted with
this shrub. .
We beleive there is no doubt that tea
can be successfully cultivated in some
sections of our southern States ; and it
may be that even good tea can be raised;
but we doubt whether it can ever bo pro
duced here at a price that will enable us
to compete with the regions that now have
a rnonodoly in its production.
It was only a day or two sgo the news
papers published a paragraph, giviug an
account of a "fancy" tea farm, where,
after long and arduous labors, tea is now
at last raised by the "gentlemanly propii
otor," at a cost of ten dollars a pound.
Cliarieslon (S. C.) Count r
rA little boy was killed nrrir"ruesdsy In
Chicago, by heiug crushed under a hugeinia
water pipe, which chhildrea wer '',Fii;g. in