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8ALISRURY, N. C. JUNE 23. 1871.
The undeniiKnrd having qualified a Adniin
itriue mnm ilia nun of John M. Lowran.
bfca- lit Probata (uliri nf IL.w.a
I i . . . . . . .
ruy Botineaall (MmtMM havtn(rUima(iiMl
mUI lo cahiMl ihrw la tiim brAv K
tntdavof Jun. l!75, or lki uuif vill U
fle4lJ in bar uf lltvir mttri.
AV l.a U)WRAN( E,
I. A. DA VIS;
IlltOKI.lt AND HANK Kit.
Corner Main and llaml sheet.
Hjki.innvuY, N ('.
ATILL irl in I'nilrd Sals Suic, Cotinlr
ng hi rwniriuco, i oin, nullum, IMnK ulra,
Iteuuii ItiiU aiul Nol, rulll I ixomrmal
fiaprr, tir ami m-II Kiclmn krrj. Ji-jiuUi ar-
ewinv ana aiiuw iniirM on th nmmr.
Will rwi-it MiUiTimii.ii Hiick and I-
rMMila, (hi InltrrrM for Mrrrlianin m(jt'jan
nonai ni i i narlullc. I .
Kaoiwrtftily aoliciu iba rorripnntlnr-or
ii ilea 1 1 wan m ladilrr Iba lira itch
Hank nl CaH r rar brfcirr Ilia War.
Halwhwry, May 19, 1MTI. .Hm jKl.
Tlm TbU-Wttra X7. oTsT
TAKER rrtECT 6tu 8ept. IH70.
OOIXO W EST. liOIXO EART.
Cljclii Norllj Slate 'onut"":!T!?;oF,,onAC,:
ri'u.uiico wtEKLr r
L i: V 18 II A N H 8
EJitvr and Proprittvr.
Ills Tht nfkfs SoulMem Trip Tit Km
Afx. lurjxi isagyrrt mnd tkt XtwlM
m or m urBirrioia
Om Tiai. taxbl ! adraac. .,
Kn Months, -
UupU la IJra.
L'ates vj AtrUnnq
OafUnar. Iral inarrlioa
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IV W I w...t iprnriai I limuill rT, Of I III
J raaimi ,4 KU riHMru froft, Tnw, nrrurr
II (Mi -'iiir in UmU.m 6i in f.oni
a avast a f V f ,tJV V I . " -j a ,wv m
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Hiwrlal niHlia will U eh4ra;l 50 iW ea-ul u fmutall welctmii d and tiilrvl-fiU
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Uliitaarr notliwa, 0vr all Hum. fk.rl
i 6 IUah naJubury,
Nil' rT Ibirdl rn-k,
6 I 7.1m WalHlr.
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46 " Hl.k.rr.
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dollar. Oldl 11(10 liWMW ;UK)
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tUuiuinn. If (Ml 24 (10 30 00 43110 73.00
1 Column. 28 00 40 00 50 00 Wl 1)0 l.timi
Rrrakrct and Sliiixt ai Mulrvil!r.
rnt 23. IH70. 3-lf
R. W. BEST & CO.,
ltALEIGJI, x. a,
AUCTION & COMMISSION
Solic't ('oni(fiimcnl of
Corn. Floor and Prodace aenersliy.
Particular Attention paid to Auction
itErrn by rtummiov to
W . H . triLi.aKi. rwr . -
V. E. Aiao. ' l.itUena "
Jan 0. William.'. " MU
W. II. A li. TlcA ;. naleli. N. C
Jlanh l7-3m .
llntr Loet. llotr Itettorrtt.
jrjT Pii' Oh il, n-w nlltli.n "f D . Ct'ljVFR
WKl.l.'a 'rtJlvM'I 'lHAW
rl ci ( ii i"i ) " 'i' '",r "
,,! Wrkiirtt. i.v..l..i.mr n.li.al .1" iic,
M.'Ulmil r I a liir-c!f, lu. iHw ! In Mrii-
(S . ' ' "" l" ". K,JlrHiy, ml fiti, lliauc ll
iv Indulir cr or ki al elr ml'".
Uf" Pr c . I" alwl in-'"w. "'Hi .
Tl. art. brt4 uuih-r. In il.U min i ' ")'
rlmi.mf.t Ir n. alhl jr jrra'a u-'t .rcilc.l' a
tli aiarwlna onii.-iic-i ' wl'-ah te Mf bra.i'ellr
cut- wilh 'ai Ihe ilamwru- ut ur liiTtriil iiHtflk lm r
p l-ai "ii ' I mi' i l"'l'lfi nl n4
ai o m la; crnalii n- rffr'ul, mnf wlilih
ty nairrrrr. mi mailer l i on. lllon ma , niajr
rur- laiiulf -h ily. r t y imI ia.'i.all-
Tli IwM'i JimiIiI lain I IiuUoi av.jy jcialli an4
ery iumi In IIm liiml.
Hrnl, ii rr ml, in (I'nln en"r. " an aildrm.
pnilnilil. eti rrrli-l vnt !o imkI MamH.
Al .1 Or Cine !! MMrrlu l.u'ilr. ' p Irr t elt
AiWren I' ,.oi.llli rf. 1 11 ! 1 '. K I INK Cv
f . f I 7 Buwcry, Nrw Vrk. Hof 0ic II a, 4 M
w. r. nAvrs, t. h . m'dkakmcim, I wm.t. taw
KOH THE BALK OK
a!eroom 166 by 70 ft, with ainetren afcy-
- iromnt etrtlon l l)i Interent and Comfort ol
Plaiiti-rn and tl eir Teanm.
lr' WarKlionw liaa now (lie Lara-put !alea
Room in T-vn. Wai-mi loi kml np in Warelion.a
at night. Prv Stall for llorm-a. t all nd tee us.
Oft 98 ly. '
RAtrron, March 20th, 1871.
Th Bunk (nnder a rwolucinn of the fln'k;i
the eiirmtcv.) has iK.-nel liooka t thtlr iJl;k
ing hoime In thia ciiy, fir aub riptlon tolhem
cnAM of the Sun k to half a million Dollans be
ing the authorixed ciilal.
yiA( C. DEWEY, Ciwhier.
'' Theymptoro of Liver
km plaint are uneaaineaa
itid pain In the fide.
ISomclinieK the iNiin j in
the t-houldcr, and la Bii
Ihc atomnch I aflected
i. for rhHUinatlini.
with lo of aetite and ieknt, bowi-la in
Kneral nmlive, wimninipa auurnnung wnn wi.
maB0a ri'l.. I.....I i. In.i.l.liul
with Min, nnd dull, liea
v M-nxntion. conidera-
Ifompanied wilh p:iinfiil
MnHiTm 'l iinvini: left iimluiie Miniethinn which
might to have ht tn dimr, Oftrn CfrnlHining of
weakneM, debiliiy, and low apirila. Sonirtinit
many of the alxtic M-niploina allend the dineane.
and afother tiineavfry few of llivm ; hut the
rrrer !w irerieTally' the orgn mart hToled.
Cure the Liver with " ' l"1--"-
DR. SIMMONS' . . " "
a prr partition roots and herba, warranted to be
alrictlY VOgeianic, biki can t hijihi "
one. It haa len uaeauy nuniirtui, hiiu umiwi.
for the livt 40 y-ara an one of the miwt' reliable,
eBcaMou and"haraniUwi projinraliona ever of
fered to4b-ufliirig. If rk-" regularly and
nniatn(lv. it iii sure to cure
i i 1 IDvuiwrwia. headache.
ifiesdat lie, chronic diarr-
hxa,nflcvtionaof the blad
.ler, camp dyacntery, f-
fectiona of th-,
eaxex of the A,
choir, or depre
raina in me n
pri aene. dinrT. ttoila, pain in the
I'renared onlr bv i. II. ZEILIN &
ft r the ad Xtrii Slate.
MY M0TIIEK AT HOME.
Y XAXTIE A. Y. MOCK.
My hreat ! and and weary, Mother I
It lonuii at Imine lo be :"
I am very lonely, Mother,
Uli I would 1 were with lhe.
In dream I aee thy face, Mollur,
IW'nill killfilv iluM n t.n a. .
Thv well known form I Irate, Mollier,
Feeling 1 am with thee.
Dot then, I awake. Mother,
To find all a dream :
My hrart dolh well nih break. Molhrr.
cruel uuin ii aeem.
Oft H .ibYJrulo.)ie4ir'
And tliy weet vou-e, an true, Mother,
llulh named mc not to airay.
ph ! prav the Gixi of love. Mother,
That i M length way I
l'rt-fMifvd by Ju' Krm-e,' Mother,
n Live in Heaven wilh llice.
llial leu yea, a ago. b.f.rt- 1 la.- war. d..
.tW M-U-Hnm -arnf-- li a -jn tfiVT.T
tall a hi Hum i,i ,. L.,i .,,.1 .,M...M,
lii ol the cuumry miglit have e.i
mni bad llm Ni.ilb and 8i.mli i.i,v
uiiileraliHi ea h other, and frve mwii)
j i i i . . .
nun a iir iuieirniie nl cplniiiiia j.revail
tl llitoughniil the en l he c.umrv
'J'wo iiHiiiiha ago be w 6irl Invili d to
go lo letaa in deliver an apiculiiiial
ddn-M, and t bough firm dnn miu. d in
decline, be ,vk;bll Jo L adeiee kiewd
who lold biM Ibey tlioughl bo could du
Jbo wholrcoiinlry good ly gi.jne; down lo
Tetaa. Now, rid Mr. Ornhv, ar
It Mid thai J went lo Tea" with li.
mupli hMi-Mjtu . . J I . . .
I""""- invHiiiFiaiice, inallUa-re
wa loo much tuakinr of um-liM in....
iilailoim of cat ai d f.om balcnnie .
Ixiti U.ai.d I fully coi cur in thai rriiieiem
but ii'Viiatio . rie in Inun all ounn-n
and 1 fill ii my duly In aueak aorda t
concili, ton. J reeixinded a bin I r.u.1,1
nd for I lie reel kiil rib-lice. Mr. ri'.iti
i.bl it wfla hIh, urjr. d in i veial juiinmU
n il ii name n Iimi alien lut'iiluiiieel aa
i ouidiiUle for office, and be Inllv eon.
tuned in iIihI r-ujrjf.aii n, but be wan, in
a certain i-nae, a j.nl.lic ihmh, iil.nt.fi d
with party conteei and jiany piinciph n.
fie bad reproved hiiJ r nruacbid U-ller
llwn hluiM If beciiiue I In v would i.oi
cceiit office, and left -cnud rat men to
I llieill. Durli.p ibf Uat (went
Ir. tiin l ;--- . .
ojK-aa in ine rlillilien, ibat ib.y r. f,,r. t(fd lU - , , . .aVt" ,V V
.-,r,u!:,. .... ysrts; iara: ts.
concede br bifer, I be it- iublieau Ittual
gram lite f.xuirr.
Bp k a
ill rourliiahiM. Mr. (iieeli-e aniiitnniu-al l
all a I on 'id him j,n Mr (r M.w art j
- rininriri. o-iiuu areoiM-n. ljui-h.
urrr.in.r Ii.il,i,ul f-.lirr, of natioi.al ad
laiitt NH-iil and .n.H rily, are- Uily nioie
ieiaiivf,aiiaui"Miil Hie leat and moul
lioimralde eerviuenf I lie Aniirir-n riii.....
He iIihm d w iilt an elNitenl aaairopke i
a ih-w ana luoaili r nVimrluie, which be
Ii..h i f.ir i In- wlote couiilrv for ueace.
Uliilt-, and llni.M-lilT - anil r-lir.,1
Inaitv iheeia f.oui ih tboiiaauda around
THE RlUUMirM W'll.o OX JEW.
wweir.iiiM.l), r.cyi Ii will take JIO. DAVI8 AND GENERAL LEE
roue -line .,r n,eir nan Uki lo belit-Ye . .
I . iIMiualelr.I tbii.k It will aii.il... I Thaeonlraat U.m. ik.r
. w - - - - - -. ., . - ww iiovai
li. -r . CJr' " tmm l"t U'r wJel loe ik war U
and ovenbrow f AM.eiUn .Uve U b. l T j 1 j. V
" "! niniii w . s i i : . i
Um Cveramenl f....d. .1 I. JLl 7." """T P?,,M M . P"J
re, l,.l-.e ,be rra.id .XI K.I.I.. 1 T1 -, . ""r4 " to kU
.j. . i . .. " ... rverlaallnw iHHior ba It aald II. ...IJ
,, . - . - H
uemonal digiiiiy 4o aay noihinc and da
ooiniug auieu tutgbl In any aiai.Kor .m..
barraa llii rn. Mr. Pari. oiiikemlM
. , w
hand, bat been . enrernej ,r ,0 a-eL
- - r
p ofer .iia. nl rtwpoaibiliir and Ipmdencr.
4tV 4i takew-rrrltVnure fit larpT
"k -yn iiw political Uogma mat were
ai lane in lint war id renreaeiil ur t ben
a not dead and tlie battle for tbcm
having lo U foiigbr over arain. II.
im aii l.iught oer la lb poliiiral arena i
inn III..W w ihi loorltt araiuat b im and i.
in the war will Interpret biio to auii
loeir own iNrMNr.
Ueiu-ral Ut k ft o unharmed br a
wore or an act of hi. Dr. Davi. in ih-
ruidatol our defeat. Droalratiou. audluJu.
i nr. ... " - . - r.
"i ia anna or debanee. aiul
pmcaliuu iba war not ended. In His the
"Altkont-h be told - a... u.. 1 r.:1" wn our anrt th... be
fcr ,re u, .mldn, 4" "P"" " -"P and grea,
-..J L . . "J"rr.
,. ...npimi v ,.,.!, would Mr. D.ivi I....M
and once on
a CMii.iiiiitiouul C.ini i.ii,,,, ' '.iiih n Lc
a Male li. kel, but never bad , b.ul.iiii.ne tin
do the Sou ib barm, and then f .i . - would sealed
"'"-in, w nuu imu a lew i., y af,.r.
wani ai Ailnnta again holding forth. It
w evirti nt hi aim yr and i.i lli.!,nea are
KI eSCiarlVe. thai be Wl.lll.l liuranai.u lill
j i . . . . - . .
u-Miin-aay, n i,e coul.l find a d. i- u ei-
eiiUi i ai.d ex ei iniuUe.iiiia and boinb
p oof beiiM K loeallhim out - mirli auditor
weie wont at ll.e 1,i i miiieioii to
lielfn wiih iH.tuie and I lid laudation
to the Jlaniiilnli.iD caiiijiaiii -"ilie real
war," w lych be inieiidi d lo inaugurate.
Tbi fact i, at i he rloD of the war,
whatever r. iiiit.nh.ii t,i jj tonirivi d nmn
may once have porM-imed, wua tborougMy
l In: Xurib
i vi ilnl Imu nun a
1 1 M I till III IOIiVI
From the Seniinel.
THE LATE EPISCOPAL CONVENTION
Mislii. Editoiw: Thinking that a portion
at leaal of your reader might like to haveaome
account of ihe late Episcopal convention, other
than the reportu hitherto puhlinhed, I proHe
to give n brirf ataleniftit of the procee.liiiK oi
that Ixxly. 'I I. u lirat iniortaiit action w the
(iHwage of renoliitjon, inwtnicling ihe delegnlin
to the nell generil convention h oIkhiii a re-
lieal of the canon forbiuuiiig ullmcnii I.Ii-uoim,
ll baa Ikii felt that lhidiooee, compri-inn llw
whole -Mule, l loo large Ur one man tooverwe;
and a there would be much ilillieullv t oiroi
iny the -iliiM-ew, il i pnyoaed to remedy ll.e
evil, by providing "tunragiin lilioi. A minra
gun i a full tiiliup hut i ul.je1 to the liUliop
of the diocec ; hi juriadiciion i 'limited lo a
preacrlh-cl dmtricl. llu otlicer, will, in aliorl,
hold a place wmetrkat aimilar to the Melhotlint
preMidiug elder. It i thoii;ht that tlii move
niint, if ucceiifiil, will greatly miimilate the
growth of Ihe church. In cane, however, that
the general convention decline to rea-al thi
prohibitory ranon, for the eu.ictiuenl of which
there aeema to have been no anfficient renaon,
it i rooxed to elett an ni Inrit I.Wioji next
year under eiinling canon. Another iuiH.r
tant meauire wan the aineniing of the couti4u
tion ao a to require that hereafter all lay dele
gate to ihe dioeeKiin convention Hhall be corn
munictiiiH. Resolution were iel urging Jii
on parishe not provid.il wilh rtttotie Ihe im
tioriflnce of wiiioWing thin want. A eomiltee
!BpKimiM'-toiM'tm "air addrts to sneti
pantile on una- mngen.
Reixiliition rcre preaented inatpieling the
conimiAiee on, caniMia ijj enquire whether the
rubric prefixed to the communion aervi'-e, with
reference lo dicipliiie(l'ui not refiiiiretliK'non
from the coiiimmiion and rcatoration thereto lo
be pub! if, iind lioT a by "prevailing cuHtoin pr-
mle and if they o decided, to reiKirt a canon
to regulate nnd enforce auch discipline. Theae
reaoliition were laid on thd table. ,.'
Your correKmlent ha never attended a
more pleaaant convention. It waa a delightful,
ocial and piritual re-nuion. The good people
of Warrentnn enlertaijied u with genuine ho
I itality. The weather wa charming, and atto
cether rt wa an occaaion not aoon lo le fiirgot
ow L u"
wu '1'iini in i,n m
I wbat 3TTln?vT
6Jibury, K. CS.
COMFOBT IX 1'RIVATIOXS.
A philosophical old nonagpnariaii find
tbcee eotntVt in growing old. White
beaded grnnibti raBind t
'V I Iiavr bccnini! very . deaf . What a
UeHig ! 'I hen- i audi lot of ailly talk
I cannot hear, rtic acaudani, ete;-
My eye are f.iilinp. How fortnnnti-!
1 do uo t ee a lULiv u ibu lolly aud-wick,-eili'e
tli.it iii toil g on around me. I am
blind to faulfa tliut would provoke mo lo
I bare lost my teeth, and my voice i
not very audible,. -Well, I find it Hae
bubbling to folka w bo won't ItVien, ao I
iave my loeaih for better piirpoaea. 1
don't chow' my teeth where I can't bile.
I vcnluie on no lnugli meat.
My tntte i not an diferiminnfing aa in
dayof yorc ami the good i tbnt 1 are
more easily saUi-iied, don't keep finHjng
fault, atu content and thankful. A nice
palate in a plague to get rid of.
fllU. - II VII, I. Ilicjr
lint wrfol 4 $a
at aa I waa : but' for
to be Unt f f ain tint
going to wreatle or fight with anybody.
jMy mnrala era generally im proved. '
! i i'i t tliil m inn iihy
. 1 i ... . i . I. li .... .1...
Iliad :i ! in tiuiiri i. iiaiii. mi i.ii-
' public, in il appeaiiit to pieler the liHde.
Nol lill rii.ee the ileal ll ol (jiener.ll Lee,
i w hurl pii fii.t-e t till I X.i III "le ae mi ll to
' ne I. Ill into cih l ie i.l.il li lili'llieiit, lia
limioii and n uin
of agitator and
I.- .n...rl.i I..- ....... i. .Mil.. ii. and laielv wa I "I " "d people who bail pill
be eoiiaiilti d in regard to it 1 am mil i t ' '"" ' '. ' '' ,r
all gral. lul I., the It- publican mry I r j ' -K ".uli-bit., ell eon
li. ee i,oniiiiaii..i.a. I ae. t-pied' lb. m ceil. in. fll. i.-..ey and inoranee, elrve-t
would any other duy, but for aupMiit f"'K' " ai d to l.wik iipoti bitn with
I.. f,.i ! ! i.ntliil p inn ii!iy 1 hi a the (iirl
lilll the part If pllrl, aiid ll I the (I
bury their dead. I amp il c ly willii g
to para receipla w ith tin- !t put'ii. an par
ty. I could not help being a Uepul.lic.ni
lor the fuinre. I need no. ffii-e, ileiie no
office, and though pbull not lifeline a
nomination wliith baa not been given iu-,
rhall aeik no flic. I alii, bow e.i, Wil
ling lo d.i my iluly. hae m k .'iioii-h.
fur Im n 1 am reaoioilily wi II paid, jii.I
too much unto iety, and the more quiet
and ii hci fill my reuiaii.rng ilajarlmll be,
the better I ehal' be autiefied. .
VV'iih heao remark Mr. (Sn eh y b f
the ul jeci ! hi own polbical In un- ai d
reviewed at length the p.ineijml incident
of bia j. .limey South, hi iiiipn'i"iona id
80111I11 in p litiea and aiK-ietr, urging
can., itly liia familiar view nt a liberal
and gem roltr tieii)ei,l i f 1 lie col quered
Stat. . IL opoke In aevere leinn ol the
Ku Klu, wliirh, heaaid, the GoVeruilieut
ought to 1 xtiipHle at once and lorevu,
ai d in aeren- and nnne Warraaliv coi.d lu
ll U lu i f hi- thievtiig carpet-b ijigi r,v bo
pJumler and prey upon pootJiejy.oea no
have kept hia I in
a did Geoeral Tee. II baa nn
right, bearing the reUtioua ha dora to tl
aoutbern people, to put in danger their
peace and welfare by einreraing hi In-
umauai npiniona about the aenaltlve ton-
l..m .1.. . .... ,
rrc at ine boitoia lue war.
Gen. Lee viewed the aiiuatlon In a mili
tary aeiire. lie ennaidervd hia country
men of the 8ouih and himaelf a r.ntiv...
and priaonera Hi h;gh aenae of honor
ana fieronal dignity would not permit him
to rail at thoae who held bitniu cutody.-
He truly conniileeod that unmaule and
nnevirb. To in Juice the laniroare of
eXuDtlUioiL.4-,iA-:mrtfii litmai'I like
a niNii w ith a conecience void of nffeiiee,
,Tlut 1 If lnai Abal La wu at.jk. auny ' hi-
iHploii", and auDinitttng nimaeii 10 ineir
irraoen. rieeUllr L,, Vlr.ui. it...
k waa foe Liaaaelf. If yearned for qal
H aad order ior the country, and for the
eobaJdetico of bitter aectioaal anloioaity.
If anything Ivaaleaed bia death it waa lie
4Jtwrtred aute of Lia eouutry and the
ad paaeiooa wklck delaved iba iiAn.
1 " feoeral peace.
COcb rnadact fa la wlda ea..i...t 1.
that of Mr. Davi. It nay U a per.onal
r'&calbo to Mr. Davis U eapreaa bia
opiiiloi.i and Lape fur impaMibiliiiea, bm
in tbdog ao, like m a peod thrift, bo aeat
lerea wide Ibat world of weal ih in the
jmpairr and love in iba beaMaof Lia
eottniryaaen, won by Lia aufferinr a a
pileoner, and be can never know the
oui 01 i.oin rt t. Lee, f, hg ,.ilv life
uaiiouai wcvoiioo and aelf abnegation.
THE DEW DROP.
I went out one mornlnr earl Ia .m
the dew drop; there waa one 011 every
blade in the gMaeplot. I have aeeu jewel
T MAX TIE A. T. HOC.
There la not blur that charma tl.a a.
moro than awert and mrlodtone Baoaii-.
11 naa Ha controlling Inflaenca erer both
man and beaet. Tbero are very few per
aona thai cannot be moved wiik eooeord
of tweet aoonda, and, Indeed, aach one
may be marked 00 oVatitote of pore a
feeibMi and amLIe aplrbo.
Aia.ie, with 11 aoiKblngnotea, eon bar.
moniae the mind when dhtpoaed In be
overjoyrd bjr aom aucceea, and can give
vivacity to It when it i depred wlik
ijt a Salbath morning lift the a. ml awav
feoiai a I. .... AV . 1 .
i 1 j j 01 ine paar, and Ine an
bidden tear ruahe to the ere al.il. tk.
melody aweepa with the spirit oa ita
Muie hath ebaema In kmU ik. l
To aofirn rocks and bend the knotted o." '
paiklli.g in the ring on the lady'. fiiig-r.
a,"--- i iuo cweier .nop, but , . , " r ; 7 --w
I hare never ceii m gem ao imiiw and 1 Jg"'"' "p once more. with excitement.
J bo trumpet' .,ud el
sound of the bugle will eaue the old war
horse lo quicken hi pace, and bia eye
poor whiles hile pretending In be unx
ion for their ediiiMiion and ihe fnlvi.tion
of llieir aoiil. He said they were the
gieateat exiling obnlMi le to lti jiuldican
iiarimdmicy1n"ltie""''8duth,""M"n liu dV
uoiiiiced t In in.
Alluding to hia speech at Vickbutg,
Mr. Greeley H.lid he did Hot my he 11111"
ed the lime would come when we of tin-'
.lackaou aa we iiouor Grunt and Sherniat ,
but that he hoped .he time woi.ld cou.o
when allxAiueiiciiui, Xortl and SllUlh,
will feel 11 jiVrl piide in ihe military clmr
iicter and achievements of Generals Lee
and Stonewall Jacrnon just aa we yftln'
North take pride in the character and
achievcnieiita vf Grant and therinmi and
Thotuae. Toaaibly, added 51r. Gtetley,
thia ia too strong for eoine of you, but I
c-iii wait. (Jonceriiiiig the new d.partnre,
be thought it wa lully juaiified. The
Deo Ow-.nia hud done well to depart from
t ! ttM.lt ll old biiineM of Lutiing their
1 e.id nga nV
always bei n his r -le' never to conpiro a
b.id iiMdive fur a gmd ncion. The Dein-
icrat ee ibey are where th'-y had better
not be, a id th.it tiny hud belter d purl.
He wi.a g al "f ihe in dei a mre, nnd
gld to a. 1L0 Dtiorat had got a. n -w
po'inrai religion. He would not, howev
er, mike too n.tfdi of I lie new departure.
He did riot anderatand it profersed any
sorrow for putt warfare against the right a
of maifrifor HMdeTMiy prfrroisar hot"! o re
new it; but if the peiuiicrats admit the
three Kepubli. ai wniendnjents to the
Constitution are fin itly and irrevocably
ratified, wo sIimII le I safe, and that all we
have gained ia i cure under gnaraVtiees
f I he Federal onslituliou; for, said Mr.
Greeley, I nui weary of il ia strife con
cerning lhtfuTItauiental nrineiples i f our
IJonrlitiilion. I am tbetl of teaching the
IH-mocrats lite A, U, J of the Ucnmcra-
ct. 1 repdee mat tlty have taken a new
departure, - But, will not frutthe -Ret
publican party immediately out of power I
Burke aara coiifidetiaS i plant tf
alow growth, and ilt w ill take some time
fur tbe people to hv tooth faith In the
lie cin. lgMl ll.. Ill 111 . yi
I'd ihe Ullrl l.leV i.U. loll-
11. III 1,'olie.
We pul.linlt his list speech nt Atlanta
ihe l.irt olihitioli we rhall make to hi
v.ii.i:V. li ir 1 viih nl In in l.i speech HI
Augur 1 a 1h.1l he sins vti.li hi ey open
and 111 the luce of day. Ho knows thai
his utterances, 011 iiccount ot bis uiipnpu
l.uiiy, ate liiiiil'ul to iiny viilue thcy ml
voi .le. And if he w. ie 11 line liiai, and
really wirlnd the oml lo the iSoulli be
pn lesses, he w.rtilil hold his I'iiigiie., lint
Iii this last speech he lilideiji.kes to ndviae
the people ot the South to ll colli se liich,
if adopted, would eu-iire the success of
the U id'cal party. Again and again he
lepeats : "Lit us stiihtt ftill and quktly
au uit tb cilupuittits ;" '' 'j" can vait,
'alt uitlle nell " "unit quietly and pa
' tivhtitf till the title turns, us sooner or
"tiim tum U mil " "Yon w ill bold the
'balance of powei ; and in t hut hour your
powilr w ill be gn at . mid your success
"will be JJI eii t. ' ibis last is very mat-It
iii' I lie ' sirs-lii -ut flmse lidicnlous vaunts
which W uttered Ml the Af. iertn Chim b
alter ll.'- Hampton Roads coi . n i.ee, and
at Duuvillr after the luii it R'tbiiioiTd;
when every other man ol common sense
knew .the .Jtatfi'R fitljii'test.
g",fSuiug siHl au'rToiMifj'
noUiing, if it means' anythingiNmctth ilia
Soul hem people shall lake no part in
elections 'shall surrender iheir Slate gov
ernment 10 the carpet baggers, scalu wags
and negroes - and let tin tu cast I he elec
Inia. votes of the Southern States for Ihe
Radieul candidate for tho Presidency !
Nothing could be more agteeabie to the
Ridicl ! But ia it 'he advice ! a aiatea
man, a pairii.t, a man of coiu;u!i sense,
01 of an embittered, disappointed dema
gogue, who would keep the Southern
people freyer under the heel of despot
ism, w hich he aided to impose, unless hi
seTfiahiiess 1 aTnT vaiiiry ciiuhr lie gratified
by the Impossibility bis -achieving their
deliverance I '
We have a painlnl recollection of Mr.
Jefferson Davis gusvonuding promises
dm mx h. wt ; hi iailure iu everylbingj
the discredit to Southern character in hav
ing such a representative ; the lidiculous
travesty of a court, which waa only an
peihjtive in subsei vieucy ; his jealousy of
liis preroga I ive," which be carried ao far
lo regard iufornation aa an imputation 011
hia ciijMictiy, and consequently, before the
close ot the war, got no infoitiiaiion, and
whs the most ignorant mair in the Coufi d
erucy f its nal stele; in aj word, we have
aufiered eitoiigh from Sir. Jeff. Davis,and
if he ha joined ihe RdicaV,"we rejoice
trt be rid of him." -
T& Two Memphis editors hare been
rfili; laud at each oilier and to keep off
"a meeting they eat their lunch in I heir
rofiinrTrnd when-they -- w4 a jlriuk go
for it diguisetso sb.it uob.dy can kujw
them. .-"' - '
The iuoauiug of th tied- A Ltuband'a
gmrpolir'ij. '. -ik.
What else waa there (or him to
do T t.ouid it profit him in any manner
to i xaspt iatc them by controversy and
bitter acrnsaiioti f Could it benefit his
cuiiliy iui 11 for him to set the example of
peevishness In useless railing, or in worse
than useless discussions of questions up
on which he anil his comrades hud been
defeated in the bloody fields uf battle 1
Gen. Lee acted exactly aa he desired
all of his countrymen to act. He avoid
ed wrangling nbout politic and high of
ficials. He held hi peace in dignified
seienity 11 a man who had done what be
1I1. .ught right to the best of hia ability ;
Mini now being def. aled and captive, he
submitted giaci fully to his fate aa a no
Lie man and a Christian gentleman.
Nothing gave Geu. Lee so rdyth con
cern ns the haste with which the press
and public men al ihe South rushed into
the pnPtical canvass, deluded by the
ignis futuus set up by President Johnson
after his infamous $520,000 amnesty proc
lamation. He did not think it wise or be
coming. Adhering to hia idea of what
should be the conduct of captives, he
I en 1 ed, and justly feared, that while this
was unbecoming in the South, it would
exasperate those who held ua at their
uieiry, and increase the severity of the
suflcrings or his own people, lie was uot
aimiius lor liiuiaelK.
As late as a mouth proior to his death
he held to his opinions on thia point. The
wiit..i of thia then met Kim, and begin
7iTi"i g" wfi h" the ' ss'ii Ira iice,that"1iB1"W,aa"Tr0''
ioiersiir, us the General knew, and
would make no improper use of any re
111111k he might make, asked him how hi
f, It nbout the political condition of the
there w aa auine improvement, but still
there wa a great dial to deplore in re
gard to the temper of the discussions
North and South that they opposed a
great obstacle to the restoration of peace.
He alluded particularly to the tone of the
aoutbern press, and aid that though
greatly improved, there waa ast ill room for
improvement. We put in e plea for the
press in resp. ct to iia promptneaa In vin
dicating" the Sbiilh from false accusations,
and aa no illustration referred to an arti
cle in thia paper commenting npon the
surprise expressed by a northern journal
that ..Gen. LLe could j oa
with the South, as he waa opposed to
slavery. In that comment we assumed
that the opposition to slavery 1 was not
rare in the 'Soiiiji that Virgin a bad been
very near abolishing slavery in ,'30, and
tiuitmany pruuiiueiitsewibern men, adopt
ing Mr. Jeff, rson's views, favored obali
tiou aa tbe best for the welfare of the
southern people; and that these men bad
a higher motive than the defence of sla
very in thtir taking rip the cause of tbe
Ihe General replied that controversy
did 110 good that the northern journal
a ou'd l ave known hi opiuiona long ago
that he expressed them before the Re-construction-aniuiiitee
in answer to their
ijni stioiir iliat bis father before him waa
opposed to slavery aaajpublic evil in Vir
ginia. All thia ought to be known, and bia
motive in siapding by hia native State
ought to be Known everywhere. Bat
controversy ,h jnuavailing, aaid he ; il
does no good, and only protract a the day
of peace and national haimony.
Jn this spirit bo conversed awhile, and
then changed tbe topic of conversation.
General Lee waa more xtooo for. bia
bright aa tbe jewels worn bv ihe braaa
blades. 1 atooped down and looked i
them, and the grass said. "Are vou come
out 10 see in 1
No, 10 aee the dew-drops
A lirtle sparklinr drop shook himself
op, "what,' aaid he, "what was that 1"
Come out to ace you beautiful dew-
oroja. t aald.
"J love to ace the ealm, blue Leaven
reflected in your bosom."
"That is because I am pure." aaid ihe
dew drop; "Heaven isalwsvs reflected in
a pure bosom. Yon cannot see Heaven
in the bosom of muddr water, uor in the
heart of a wicked child. Tell the ch.l-
dren who love Jetne to be pure, even aa
IIr la nnm " I
. -. .... - - r
I Picked. LrMKr-.lA:.t... ...nlivht
imrlCVL'll iU.UI W m ' K - - -rv
It shown like a little uu aa I held it,
and looked lovlier than ever.
The little drop smiled. '-The day ia
ureaking and the good tun ia changing
a aa a I I at rll 1 1
mc into Ihe likeness 01 ntmseti. leu
your little Cnrielaitn. Uer, Jetua rhall
appear they aholl bo like him. But the
day is breaking - the sun is drawing on me
I'm going, going "
"Don't go yet," I laid, "slay and
talk to- me."
"He ia sending down hi long sunbeam
fingers. I feel them drawing me. I'm
"Stay, little dew-drop," I said, "stay
and talk with me all day long "
"Only in the night I live 011 earth, and
when day breaks 1 flee away 10 heaven
on the beams of light. Christians are
the dew drops of Jesus. They, too, stay
on the earth while night lasts, and w lieu
Heaven's day breaks, and the shadows
flee away, Jeaua will draw np hia dew
drop to himself. But I cannot stay
the sunbeams are drawing we. 1 feel
their loving kisses. I'm going up to the
heaven up le tbe glorious sun. I'm go
ing np to tbe calm heaven up to the
glorious sun. I'm going."
It grew brighler and heavenlier' and
smaller. 1 looked and looked, till I look
ed iii vain ; there waa only the blade of
grass, the dewdrop waa gone.
RENDERING WEARING FABRICS
Some simple nnd inexpensive methods
have lately come into use among foreign
inanu&clurers ol muslin,- cotton cloth,
and other woven tissues; for rendeiing
those fabric comparatively incombustible,
and thus insuring personal safety to nde-i
grce not oidinuiily enjoyed One of
the metbodaV -diseoverd; by' French
chrniiat,-consist -in- mixing wilh 1 the
starch used in milking lip the fabrics half
of its weight or emboli jte of lime, com
monly called Spanish 1 chalk or Spanish
white. The muslin or other stuff is then
ironed as usnal, the chalk thus added in
no respect injuring either the appearance,
the uuality, orthe wltitcnesa of the goods.
Another process, that of M. Lauvageon,
consists in exposing cotton cloth tor a
certain time to tbe vapor or burning sul
phur, by which exposure it assumes such
an amount of incombustibility that, al
though it will char ai'd bome brittle when
held over tho name . 01 a spun i.imp, 11
CHhnot be made to lake" fiie, w hile of
course, under like condi ioi a. but unpre
pared 111 this way, the cloth would liuve
inflamed at once. To render such fa
bric impermvnble to water, M. Newman
makes a.eulphui; icncid, bajtli, ,sJhrnnght
which the cottons or linens are rapidly
passed, being left in contact with Ihe ac
id only from ten seconds to two minutes,
accordincr to the nature of the tiasue.
which ia immediately after passed through
very cold water, and next submitted 10 a
thorough washing process. The r fleet
of the action of tbe acid is the formation
of a varnish-like iratter which, especial
ly after it has been regularly spread over
the fabrics and incorporated therewith by
hot-pressing and calendering, greatly in
creases the strength of the fabric and
rendera It water proof,
and even Ike nubridled colta in their wild
plays will slop, and rive a listening .
to the sweet nou-a of music.
There is music on the soft sweet voice
of the tender mother; in tbe kind tone of
the affectioimte sister; in ike dying even
ing bretg. , a. it strikea from Lill to Lill
and rork to rock ; in the warbling of the
winged choreatera. chimin- their matin
aongs, and in the night birds sending forth
their shrill notes to break ihe atillueaa of
night ; in tire mnmurmr stream aa It
course its way to the mighty ocean, and
as the walere rush madly over the cata
ract. Dame nature ia Quite lavish in ha.
stowing favors upon man lor happiness,
but she is 110 more remiss in s-raiilvina-
the ear than the eve. and nature he lor
art, yet the invention iJ - '
-jaay booius iu powonca pan.
Yea, heal the railing, ghastly, wound.
And save the sinking heart.
COX JUG. L ATTENTIONS.
Th first duty of husbands ia to sym
pathies with ikois wives iw all their rare
and lab-re. Men are apt to forget In the
perplexities and annoyances of business,
that home caree are also annoying, ana
try ihe puience and strength of their
wives. They come home expecting sym
pathy nnd attention, but am too apt to
have none to give. A single kindly word
or look that tells bis tlmnght of her and
her troubles, would lift the weight of care
from her . heart. Second ly Husbands
should make confidents of their wives,
consulting them on their troubles and em
barras'men. A woman's- intuition
often better than nil his wisdom and
shrewdness, and all her ready sympnihy
and interest interest ia a powerful aid to
his efforts for their mutuul welfare
Men should show their love for their
wives in constant attention, in their man
ner of treating them, and in the thoii.-and
and one trilling offices of 'affection which
may be hardly noticeable, bnt which make
all the difference between a life of aad and
undefined longing, and cheery, happy
exislence. Above all, meu should be
ware of treating their wives with rude
ness and incivility ; aa if they wete the
only person not entitled to their consid
eration and respect. They should think
of their aeiisilive feelings sod their nted
of sympathy, and "never let tbe fire of
lovs go nut, or cense to show that lbs)
tiaine is burning with nnbnted ferver.
times made by printers are truly wonderful.
The following are examples of what can bedone
in this line :
In the office of a New York paper there stood
in type the report of a sermon, and a paragraph
about the career ot a mad dog.' -In "making
up," these two got mixed, and the readers of
the paper, next day were astounded at the fol
lowing mttanget The Ke v. James Thompsoit
preached lo a large audience last Sunday. Thia
was hi last sermon previous to hi embarkation
for Europe. Ha exhorted bis brethren and auv
ters, snd after offering a devout prayer, look
whim to cut up some frantic freaks. He res)
up Hmiih street to Brown, and down Carr street
to College. At this statge of the proceeding
some boys seized him, tied a tin-kettle to bia
tail, and let him go. A great crowd gathered,
and lor a tew minutes there waa a lively 1
t inally, lis was shot by a policeman.
A gentleman in Knoxville, Tennessee,
lias in iis possession a cabbage eUlk, cut
by his father in Florida, w bile a soldier in
the war of 1812, and used by him for
years as a walking stick. It ia in a good
aome aua strvictauie cane.
'Is it wrong to cheat a lawyer I
recently very abhv discussed bv
iiir society. Tbe conclosiorijfloMible.
waa that il was not wrong,
to one a
tusme... ,er,yoa nm.t tntt;
I.otcl-kceper la eall4
The physicians of (rie connty in Mia--oat and
atasippi, lallohusha by name, lurewr
maly and publicly jinnonneed that tFJ
will not attend the famillea of any p"
ler. who hav. rrt' t&r
the merchants, nulese ihe- Utvst w
come reipoosibla for their ft-
Aat i the difference beteB an over.
C. . babvl Am overcoat la whoj .
,00 i wear, and a baby ia whatyoa wai
When a young lady offers to
tombria bai.dkerthiel lor-a rich bachelor,
she oflera to sow in order thai be ma