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If your paper has a blue
cross mark, it trill be stopped
lilt jmi pnj np. Wc cannot coDtinue
ii send it to yon iritbout some money,
i’lcasc pay up and let us continue it
n'e hare been out of the city this
week, hence few locala.
Services will be held in the new
i.irncc Church tomorrow. It is quarter*
ly meeting day.
IlohesoD county court convenea next
week, ^^c will be there to look after
For the sake of a change wc will
talk polities next week and some other
tilings besides Biddle.
Some of our readers seem to forget
(hat when their time is out they mast
pay up or or the paper stop.
The best entertaininont ever giren
ill this city will he on the 10th of
Feiirnary, by .Misses Smith, and Na-
liar. Ilf Boston.
When this^aper starts after a Ici-
low it never gives biifi rest till he is
floored. If any one doubts Brother
Sanders' hopeless minority, it is one
who thinks just as Brother Saudera
The republican State convention
meets in Ualcigh in May. It is now
time the coiiiniittcc of the Oth Con-
trrcssional DislrieV were looking after
n district convention which should be
held a day or two before the State
If you want to he manly and bare
praise from certain quarters, get
wliitc man to boss you and kick you
around, iben go to bim and apologize
to him for kicking you and ibo cry
will go up: All honor lo you for the
raiidor. the honesty and the manhood
to resist nothing put on you by
while man. Such we gather from
Some of the ••fourteen” who refus
ed to rebel against the faculty of Bid
dle. are amusing iherasclvcs by writ-
lug iiisulling letters to gonticmea.
That shows what kind of stuff they
arc made of. They arc actually too
laiy to cam hc money to buy the
clothes they wear, much less pay for
their schooling or board. They used
to work on a fann where the rest of
the family now toil.
The .Messenoer if not a church pa
per. It" e^or is man enough to run
it withoat-^-pendiiig on a church to
•upport ^im Wc don't have to say
lo the pi/ople: it is your church paper
a:idjyou must lake it; we live on our
uii/ibood and the meriu of the paper,
tlan you say as'tnuch. brother church
•irganctte? or would ybsr paper die if
your church dropped you?
The republicans aje moriag in all
parts of thia Slate as well as in the
iKistb and west. Harmony seema to
prevail in every quarter. The dif
ferences in the Und congrtasional Dis
trict have been settled and there is nc
longer two cominittcei there, in out
party. It is hoped and expected that
MvJcIeuburg will present a solid re
publican front and do her fall duly
in 1888.' Trfl the commitUc be beard
Who will the republieaaa of North
f'arulina nomtntia nod ebet Oovornor
ib'iayaar: Is tl Bnasell. Boyd. Cook,
nocksry, Nicbob. Pries. Bya**,
Barringer or who? The 0.0. asetion
U nalnnlly in flavor of Dooksry.
We must have an aggreesive man,
•his to meet Vsnee in his ory of "nig.
ger.” Vaneo’s time will be ont in
the Senate and os he knows nothing
but "nigger” lookout.
The Knights of Labor were in State
Qrand Lodge session in Greensboro
this week and on Wednesday the elee-
tion of officers resnited as follows:
Stale M. W,—John Nichols, Raleigh.
•' W, F.—Jas. W. Gordon, Char
State W. S.—Gen. L. Tonoofliiki, Ral
.Slate W. F. S.—W. B. Henderson,
State W. Ts^D. II. Julian, Salts-
Slate Executive Board the above
together with J. B. White, Hender-
Frank Johnson, Raleigh; E. H.
Davis. Fremont; D. L. Kaufman.
Resolution endorsing the Blair ed
ucational Bill was adopted.
Per. capita tax to State Assembly
u fixed at lOcts. per. annum.
Biddle’s Seventy va. Fonrteen.
Soventy of Biddle’s students speak
these columns thia week, through
4bcir committee, condemning the
Africa American and sustaining the
Messenoeh. There were fourteen stu
dents that did not go out of Bohool;
they it is supposod stand by the facul
ty and the A. A. P. Read their ver
sion of the frets.
Come and 8m and Hear Them.
It was onr privilege to visit one of
the entertainments given in Fayette
ville this week by Mise Addic Smith
and Miss Kdnorah Nahar. The half
has not been told. Our readers here
and along the line miuf bear these
ladies. Wc have never bad such rare
talent among us and none can afford
to miss it. MIh Smith ia justly styl
ed ••a song bird.” Miss Nahar,
clocntionisl is perfect. Prof. Price
makes his best efforts at caeh enter-
laiomcot. The entertainments
good, and lovers of mutio and oratory
sbonld hear them.
Our Postal Hervice.
Wc arc sorry to say the postal ser-
riec in North Carolina is not manage-
ed as well as it should be. There ii
something wrong and it*should be
corrected. It takes three dayi
half to deliver the Mebsesueil in Fay
etteville from the time mailed in I
office. Wc sit up till 2 o’clook
Friday night to get our paper off
the 5 o’clock mail via. Greensboro,
then Icnvo here Monday night and get
lo Knyetteviilo before the paper is de
livered. We bear that Mr. Dancy
has mailed the ,S.(«r «/ Ziun in Salts-
buiy and left there two days later and
ri-acliuU Fayetteville before bis paper
' Now where is the trouble ? is the
Messenoeh delayed in the Charlotte
office, or miscarried ou the road, or is
it held in the Fayetteville office. It
damaging to us and aggravating to
ir aub^ribers. Tlic clerks and post-
musters arc paid to do certain duties
d whenever and wherever they fail,
the people should continue to complain
d let those complaints he in proper
shape and reach the proper pla
This paper must reach its readers
FayoltCTille on Satu'day or wc will
know the reason why.
going on at Etbb’b Chapel,
(Zion) for teveral weeks, is beeoin-
ing more ioterest'ing, sod the Chrie-
find it quite beneficial to th^
welfare of their own souls as veil as
to draw liuners to "Him who died*
to redeem na.”
Rev. R. C. Collins, of Concord
spent several days with ns. While here
preached several interesting
On the night of the 28d between
the hours of ten and eleven o’clock
the alarm of fire was heard a
tanoe. Soon the bells began to ring
and the people were seen running
every direction. The fire broke o
in 5th ward, and wo learn that i
store belonging to one of onr well-
known cititens Mr. Thomas Broadfoot,
consumed to ashes in a short while.
The store wss near faia dwelling but
damage was done the bonse, but
oonsiderable bas on the goods in the
store. The friends sympatbixe with
Mr. Broadfoot in his loss.
Halsey—Williams—On the night of
the 18tb qnito a large crowd gathered
at Evan’s Chapel to witness tbi
riage ceremony of Mias Josio Hsliey
to Mr. Thomos WilUsms. As the
beautiful peals of the orgau
sounded the bridal party marched
slowly up the aisle to the sltar, where
they were made to say that timid word
‘I will.” After the ceremony the bap-
y couple were entertained
residence of the bride’s aunt. May
happiness attend them through their
Mr. Jeffery Robinson an old citiacn
died at his residence on thejl9th after
after an illness of several weeks. He
buried on the 20tb. The friends
of the family have our sympathy in
Our town will be favored with a
grand concert on the 25tb by Prof. J.
C. Price, the world’s orator, and hia
talented young ladies of Boston.
Every one should avail themselves of
erare opportunity. Mary
Fayetteville N. C
From Hsdeeboro. .
he is unpreving mnoh. All we need
now b a eolored d»elor.
Fralilnr Elder’s ApiMintaents.
CsABLom DiSTEin.—Itt Round.
Litdo Rook—December 1-4.
Rockwell sndJonesville—Dee. 9-11.
Torrence Cbspel—December 16-18.
Moore's Sanctoary—Dec. 3tl-JanTl,
Clinton Chapel—January 5-9.
China Grove—January 13-6.
Grace Church—January 26-29.
Kings Mountain—February 17-20.
Redding Spring—March 2-5.
Rock Hill—March %|11-
Mattbews—March 16-19 ,
Mowing Glade—March 2-4-27.
R. S. Rites. P. K.
FArrrTETit,i.E District.—1st Round.
Oak Grove—January 14-15.
Glover’s Grove—.lanuary 28-29.
Gee’s Grove—February 4-5.
New Zion—February *25-26.
A. M. Barrett. P. E.
Raleigh N. C.
Wadesooro District—1st Round.
Flat Rock—January 7-8.
Jordan’s C. Manly—January 21-2
Green Lake—January 28—29.
Hallie’s Grove—February 11-12.
Roper's Grove—Fobrunry 18-19^
Rennette’s—February 25-‘2G. f
Forestville—March 3-4. ^
Rocky Mount—March 10-11. \
Robeson's X Roads—March 17-18.
NEGROES OF THE WOODS.
TaklnR effect 5.00 a.m., Monday, Uce.IH, 1887.
Trai.s* Movibo Kort
Items of Interest and Personsl
The cold wave has passod by for
awhile ; and we are enjoying the de
lightful rays of the Bunsbine once
Rev. H. L. Simmons of Monroe
u in the city last week.
Mias Gertrude C. Hood returned
from Boston. Msss., Imst Tuoadsy; she
much improved ; also Miss LUlian
and Mr. Joseph Hood are at home
from Livingatene. The Dr. should feel
proud of his noble danghters and son.
We are pleased to learn that Ibe con
dition of Dr. and Mrs. Hood'aUttle
danghter Mande, vbo bas been ly'ing
in e critienl condition for tome weeks,
is thought to be bopefnl.
Hr. W. H. Halsey, of Wilmington,
N. C. vu in the city a few days ago,
attending lie marriage of hia eister.
The CoTomut nKUnge vbWi have
Wadesbob^N. C. Jan. 2lBt. 1888.
Jla. —Dear Sir:—Please
allow me to speak just a word in your
paper, which comes among us
week bringing us news from
our color, and from sarrouiidiog sec-
tioDS. Holidays are all over and every
body seems to bo busily engaged
ibflir daily occupations, and sounds of
the hammer and saws can he beard at
any hour in the day hurrying to com
plete the silk factory. Succesa to our
little (own. Our graded schools are
getting along fine, and wc have on
roll 110 regular scholars, and Prof.
Melton gives them their proper train
ing, assisted by Mrs. 'lelt'" Wcarc
glad t) say that nearly all cf ur young
id men of town arc teaching
school. Also wc arc glad to say that
wc have a night school for the fathers,
as well as for the boys and girls—as
the old ssyiug is you arc never too
old to learn. Education is wbst wc
need and wo are on the improvement
The young people enjoyed Christ- J- W. FltY. Oei
mss much. Among onr visiting
friends wore Miss Lula A. Freeman,
the guest of Mrs. James McKoy ; Miss
Katie J. Powell and cousin, Misi
RobinsoD, guests of Mrs. B. J.'Ed
wards. Mr. E. M. Wsddcll, formerly
of this place.
Well let us tbiok of some
colored business meu, which shows
some little improvoucols for the little
city on the bill. Mr. S. A. Dunlap,
dealer in groceries aed confectionaries;
Mostn. Ingram & Son, dealers ic
groceries and eonfectionarica ; Messrs.
Alexander A Hammond, groceries;
Mr. AlbertStndivant, bakery; and Mr.
John Willongbbyy reataurant—which
gives ns six promineot busineM
of our race, anil all the eolored people
should palronife them.
The Sonday-sefaoolt are growing
more proeperoni than ever.
Rev. M. Sj Kell and family have
(bnnd the wpy to the parsonage end
are wel^'ifiMfied with their location,
and the love of the ehnreb Is growing
la hie fnvor. We are also glad that
Presiding Elder Simmons )t with ns'
ngnin. We eosld not biave ene more
loved than he. and hope that be will
be pleased with hb work. Little
Victor Simnmts has boaa very ill, Wl
Ar Maxton, I’lw
Lv Uaxton, *.i:S7
Ar Fayetteville, 11:50
Lv Fayeticvilk-. 12:05 p m
Ar Saiironl. 2:17
Lv Sanford. 2:«
Ar Greensboro, 0:Uli
Lv Greensboro. 10;lOaiii
At Pilot Mountniii 3K)0 |i in
Paasenneraml Mail So. 1—diiinen
Pass, and Mail, No. 11—dinnernlt
TsAiNB Moving Soitii.
Lv Pilot Mouiilain 4:00 |i m
Lv Oreeiisboto, llUOam
Lv Sanford, h.'s)
Ar Fayetteville, 4:15
Lv FayclIcvlUf. 4:3u
Ar .Maxton, 0:27
Lv Maxton. 0:4o
Ar Uenncttsvlllc »:00
Pa.s*engcr and Mail Xo. 2—dinner
FACTORY WlA-SClI-FUEltjUT AND
TsAiKH MoviNo .Soani.
Leave Millboro, fl:(l3a. m. 4:25|ini
* e Greensboro, 0:40 15:00
TbaIK* Movino Sot-Til-
I«avc Gmeiisboro. 1.30 p. in.
Leave Factory June. 2:30 .'■..’I'i p in
Arrive Mlllboni, 3;IS 0:1.5
FrelEhtand Ao-omniodati«n train ruiia liot.
BennctlBVille and Faycltcville nn Mondays,
WediiesdaVK and Friday*, and lict. Fayctli-
yilloand Ueunettsrille on Tiii-sday*, riiura-
Frciftlitand Aceoinnuidatinntniiii niru bet,
Fayetteville anil On-eniiboro Tiiendays.Tliiini'
-*-iyi and ^liinby*, nn'' —•'
_ id Fayetteville Jlmuli
PasaeiiEt-r and iiiuil train nm* daily exi-i-pt
The iKirtli bound loasciitcer and mail
lakcn I'lOM nmnretioii at Slaxtnn willi
liiiB (.'eiitral to Cliarliitleand Wilniiiiiili
Tmln* on Factory ilraneli
■ubys, VV(*liini>by' i
. K. KVLE,
General PassviiKcr Agrnt
DISAGREEABLE C'ONTROVER.SIEM I
ralqma la tb* HMeir at
On uy good of South America
may be tound in DutebOuiana thonaniet
of a nitmber of tavege tribes inhabiting
the wonded and hilly uplands of tbc in
terior. Among them Che Aukin, Sw-
tamacoa. Britoo and Bonis arc full
bloodod negroes, many of wboac oncca-
•irought to America nearly two
centuries ago in alave ships to labor on the
coast plantations of llieir Dutch masters.
Terribly raaltreateil in the eqrly days of
the colony, many of (liem tocw refugu in
the almon inacccwtbli- arditudes of the
forests. Now nnd (lien tlicy found
to tem|>t llieir frii-nda still in bendoge
to join them in Uio mountain rol-
leya. Tho liondsnien play«l a sorry joko
upon thoir luastcm in 171-2, wlien Ad
miral Cassnrd attacked the Dutch settle-
ruents. and liundrcds of slavi-« were
hurried into tin- ulterior for concealmcnL
Pi-aco soon riiiiie,
negroes to return to the coast, for iliey
pn-fcm.-U wild life with their f lends ne
lltc heniiwaU-TH of the riven O Guiana
drudging Hieir lives oway on coffee and
tobacco planuitiona. 8o the numbers of
self released Africans g^uoily increased,
and there their desccnmuits have lived
ever since, os distinct frum the Indians
around tiieoi as from the whites of the
coast. Tliey have, apporently. not
grown in number* for many years, but
iltero ore now about d.OOO of them, and
they are known ns tin- ^icgrocs of the
Tlieir story is perluitw uniijue in ilia
liistory of liumati inigratiim. It L* a
story of wild savages ImiisiKirtcd acrosii
a wide sea to n new world, where tlicy
regained control of their iiersons and ac
tivities and reproduced amid new sur
rounding* tile liabilations and customs of
their native country. Dim tradition
alone lia* faintly preserved the memory
of (heir fatlicrland. but nono the less
liavo they turned a bit of tropical Amer-1
ica into ii Beniblancc of tlic negro's na
tive liome. Jet block in color, progna
thous mill Uiiok lipped, tliey liavo prtv
served the pure negro type, liavc sliown
liltie aptitude for improvenient. and are
very low in their social scale. Like
iiuUiv an African missionary, who has
fruitlessly toiled Ids fife away, the Mora
vian lirclbreu have lalmred for years
aUiong the Xegroes of the Wood.* with
lille apiiarent result. In all essentials
.Ijicy live today like those negroes of tbc
westcoa.it of Arric.a. who have iiad con-
sideiTible contact witli llie white races.
Their rectangular huL* of wool and
thateh, built ^ong tlie water courses,
are almost exact counterparts of tliose
that arc found on the lower Cong,- and
among some trilica of the Ogowe riv-r.
liko ibo great Pohouin tribe of Ibe
French Congo, they divide their liuts by
thin iHU-lilion* into two cumpartmonta,
ono of wliii-h tliey use for sleeping and
iho other for culinary purjioses. Lik-i
ninny African Irilies tliey twi.it their
wool into little braids, wear orni iitid leg
of copper, brass nnd iron,
nnd mlom their neck* with string-, of
beads ur the tccGi of wild animals. Liko
the equaloriai African, tliey tattoo Jheir
liodies wiltiout tliu adjunct ot color,
which is not uncommon among Iho In
dians. but is pmcticed in .Africa by only
tribes, liko (he Pohouin. In their
es they arc generally naked, and
they wear cotton coverings only when
they visit tlio whiiu settlements, whcr-i
their scant attiru of ornaments and point
ould nut bo tolerated. Tlicy liavu
ot>andon«l llieir native eustuui of sleep
ing nii die ground for the Indian liam-
niock, which they wi-ave out of libers.
•arely visit these Africans
of the forest, chiefly, iierhaps. Iny-auso
their stn-nnui. which, flowing to die t«i,
ore die only liighway* into the interior,
uru very diiliciilt of nacenL Tlie negroes
dislike to iiiiiigie with the whites, and
they never leave tlieir savngc homes ex
cept wlien the need of rum und ammuni
tion drives them lo du-N-ttleiiients. Then
the lazy men. who u-ually engage in no
toil except tiihing nnd the chose, cut
down a few trei-*. skillfully fashion Ilia
trunks into cannes, and float tlicm ilown
the creeks and rivers to sell them at the
town*. Ofienor still they moke little
rafts of vulnaliie varieties of timber, and
invest die pruceeiU in [Kiwder ami loll.
Icad.*nnd laid lii|iiur. Tonka beads also
eke out their Ir.iile resoiiretw.
HieN-foiir groiips of blurks, like kin-
dri-d irilx-s in .Vfrica. nre ruled liy king
let*. and MHue of them take their names
from ehief* who leii diem in the wars Iho
Ihiti-h long wageil iiixin theu* escaped
k only widi die remit of driving
furtlii-r into the woods. Tliey live
chiefly U|>on vegi-taldn food, which tliC
women riiix- ami pn-jiare. Tliey nia'"
imltery. not U-ing Uoaceiided fn
trihi-Hiii Africa (liat arc skilled in this art,
Calab;ulii« uiaiie of gonnis Ofb (lie
cpjitacliw for their rico ami cassava '
CBARLOrZE. N. C.
Accommodstima ftimWiM Uavdcis at
reasonable *rsta. UomfoHable beds and
rooms House located lu tbs eeoUsl and
huslnot part of Ibe dtr. Talfle faniiabad
with die best of the market. Meals at all boors.
.1. M. GOODE, - Peopeibtob,
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
Academy of Mtaie,
ISO Market Street,-n
CIIARLESTOX. 8. C.
First Season will be opened July 1, ’87.
Fir*t-(1a* Hoard and Armmnindstions at
rviisonuhle raU-*. P. M. THORNE.
CONCORD, N. C.
The traveling piipllc will be acuommodated
witli ennifortahic rooiiii, and board, lloose
situated on Depot street, in Iroiit nfthc Vm-
itiary, noir deiiot, and eonvenient (o oil visi-
(ora. Teniu rrasonalile-
1. E. JOHNSON.
rilBEK STAMP, with your
name in Fancy Type, *25
visiting cards, and India Ink to mark
Linen, 2,5 for cents (stamps.) Book
of *2000 styles free with each order
Agvuts wanted. Big Pay. Tiiatna.
M’r’ti Co , Baltimore, Md.
H B KENNEDY,
C'oiirretioncrlos, Fancy nnd
Cbickcns, Epgs. Butter, Vegeta
bles. andallkindsofOountry Produce. ,
Everything kept in a well regulated
Grocery Store. Fine Fruits a speci
alty. No. 303 South Graham street,
Charlotte, N. C.
York to have Ih
have all I
with agents who peniuule y
your little picture* to V—'
enlarged and framed.
sort of work done at inline ihik u nriu-i anu
just os clieap, nntwithstainling (lie lalss osaer
dons tiicM agents make to yon. liy CAlUngal
Photograph ; Gallery,
Charlotte, N, C.
BARBER SHOP !
THE OLDEET HID BEST.
Experienced anil polite workmen always
ready to wait on cmiomers. Here yon will
get a neat HAIR CUT and clean SHAVE.
JOHN S. HENDERSON,
Esst Trade fltieet. Chariotte. N. C.
. Positive Cure
for ?Vqry forni tjf
SHin and Blood
^ Pimples to ScROFUiA
Do|ou tre! dulL hmgul.l. I- '••-sririted. Ufc-
Iwi*. ainl lnile*crtl«lily mlwre; ,e, both
tulhieiw'or blMring 'aflcrTwling. oi
n.-iB,"or emptlnp** of Htomaeli In
Ing. loiuruo cvauoil. hitler /w b
mouth, irwirular appet)*- •u—‘~
to^un. Irvf^lUty'of'iduirKT. — —r-—-
lUU-rnailng with rhitly seosaUty. sberp-
tilllnir, transh-nl i»ln* bciy and
firt. drowiilnew after tnrela, wakofulne^ or
Jl«tiirbi-1 mill .iiirerreelilng ik*-p. uin«ant,
inUiei-ribable reeUng ot dn-uil, or of kmpead-
'"tf^iiu’haveaU, nranyeonnWetwblo number
UyB-eiwls. or Torpid l.lvi-r, r3Sttei!
witli llj-sis-pia. or tndlgeallon- mew
"i''-"ter”'*tw ini’il!»-r*uiif'dlver*lly of sy^
will eiibdun It, If u-*-
i-nnd. fomnlicatloiia mnltlpl.r and rtmsum^
Ilnnof It*-l.unsK.Hkln lilwaBie,Heart UlseaeQ.
ItneuinotWiu. KMix-y IIIwum-. ur other grave
i-'uliwllc-s an- uulu- laUik) to w-t in and, sooBor
Ino-r. Iiidin-i- « IsCnl tennliialkin. .
lir. Pierev's Siolden medleal Di>-
vovery m-w i«iwi-rl>itly upon thii Uvor.and
tlirouk-Ti ihiu great blH*l-puMlrlng organ,-
i-li Mi.ik-KiheKyMiniof all Wood-lalntsaiid Im-
|.nr«i-a. from .rluitt-»-er cause arW:« It to
a-ara- aar.hSS 'tuimTS
Ml. tl.-D!i an.l Mrtn^-^^tP^ina^^lstri^
iiimriiutV-rer and Amo. CUUsaisd
'cures all humors,
fr„in II nhSrh. nr Eniidlon. to (be
y,-r.,f,iiB. soll-rbeuci. " Fevrr-snTes.
muH won sm ms
tnwa act fhr sals by lacal Mm, we wlU ms
ismdlag styles ia is bssssefldsM aaA,
W* ■»«**. «bsma.l da*, sach. .41
irtiiy that thi-so
XegruiTi of the WiKjds uri- niuiv muscular
and vigorous. U-lter fomu-d otul
iHioyniit in spiril lhan Uieir kindred, wito
for gi-neniliou* liave rmilinileil U> toil
tlic ceost pUuilati'ins. TlK-y nre ail «>f
the sann- origin, and llu-y :ifforl unothcr
pr«if of tin- fact that man .-an far Is-tli-r
|x-riiettiat>'hi* 1*-*t plitKieal and mental
uualiti-s in astau-of Kiiagismtiianiiniler ii*i,ii lu, |*k,iiv» u. ^
«i,u-1..- - I
ton ho|*-|i-w lifeuf uiir»|uile>l dnidgery. -white SwelUaga." GoMre. nr Tbkk Neck,
-So. v..,t s„„.
. [,lau«.on Hklo l)Measra.ar the Mm aOKMwa
I for a TTvattoe oa dcrofukwn Affecdoon.
«FOil THE BLOOD IS TMC UnL”
: Tb'im.ishlr eleanae it by uaing IM-. PICTW^ -
noMen .Hedleal Mseoeery, and gopq
and cured by ihto remedy. If tafecsi In tba
cerllCT sUgea oT the dtoeaae. Prom tia laa^
vrlous pown ow this teeribly.fatal dtoaas^
wiKn OrMofertngthtonow worW-ySMed (W^
lily lo the pubK^. Pleroo thought ssiwuMy
of mlUng tt hto ■‘OoaTwyema^Cwgt'* M
wSjcfaTft^ Ito wMidecfat ofm-
,v»E.i ,h.,. i.,s»to I,: «.■ i rf
amuoenient in England, aivxir.ling to] ciirwtole ■*
The Cuurt Journal. It is vali-il •-arrow
uirowiiig." for slioct. oiulis iriwl ;*> linen ... _
been introduced by peiaoii* n'.iiminf yor L“?fc*R?^,^?r5S2l
frum trips U> Zululand ami isIht plocen
wbero it ia practicol by the mmiea. - . ngeSlaan. tt to aa egMc^^^^^ ^
Uuch Hartal Among laillam.
Cairn, or rock burial. t*eot>iimiii uiiiong
the tribe' living in (Ik- Itw-ky nuiuiituiiu
and the .Sierra Nevaila. A cavity is
formed in tlw rock »lidi- of ii Iiigli iiiouD-
lain and is IukkI with skins. In tiiU llm
body ia ilei*»dle«l with weniKSiiv orna
ments and Ollier nrtictr*. and -overed
with tlw Kipling* of inniiiiUiiii :i*|«ns.
Bowlden are piled on top of it to forni a
cairn, wliirli is high enough, io i.iuA in-
gtancca, toci'ver an cleuliaiit. Al- i.ander
Wainwriglit in Youtlvs Coinitfitnon.
Liver, Blood, and Lut^
New York 8
SoMto ItoOfrMU. al .
Tho porter who takes care of Senator jook oo QmmuppUco. AMum
Ldaod Htanfewd'a Brirote car reooiren falf a ttumUtl MW IlMlWiHL
1200 a mo^ tSiamoru than ibn
•nmcoooU^proteMrcaraa. ...I ••• wa,