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i ll.i alia i i iiy
Ii.0I.TON Ir. WILLIAKSOW,
Kim'OUS AND l'llOl'IUETORS.
The Xorth.C.irolina W Wig will be nflortlcd to
il.-cnlK r ut IMM.I.AI.h in i.tiv..iicc, cr
fkvu IMl.l.AbS AM) Fir I Y cL.VIs it (
nunt In-li l ycU l.ir l.inc iih,i,ui, ..mi innr.r.
l.in c iiioi.tim, ..mi iiutr.r.
i ul tin- ye..r. No - r nl
ti'VuTn. " : 'lX"
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Ml,!. WIS ut Hie t'liu ul tin- yi
he ulffn.Uiiui-l uiiLii
Ctit "t tile itlull ul
A.IV rtliteiiu'lltr liis(;rU;il III 1-
to lui.-s ot tK, liim mini lyi ) l1'"' 'I"1 """;r
tuiii, jii'i i.'i iviit lur e .oil coi.liini .me. ( uni t ii.
.. ri,'.c.iH-il unii .Slitrirl ' S.li clu.ru.-u Inr
nc.it. iiikIut ; "mi ii'.imm 's -
be,,,,,,, rr..,iill.e Kul. r J.r.c, ., I..r ...v. ri. t ty
- I, ...i.J,.,.u.ij in.irtt'il ii li '.I, I k t.t
.." .'. i ..... ..... ... i..,r.,u 1111.L. .vim.
iii.niU.lv j ceiil;Mr au in: ! r e.ili time.
1 1 All li tli-rn on buiii i muni If ilirietnl to
tic Kiiilir. irf-Uerit muni I uiit-ijiu or liny
... . i . i
ill ""I i-Ufll'lt U In.
J r I'aymrnts c.in be iniidf cillier.
J y Pusliu ;lt:r are uulhoriiiiil to net ncciiU.
r t imi.M is.
p'Fr'j nfit l clit-ip. Ihinc in rsrtlt,
V.if fO in' Ii If so it' o ;
'T.x wort'i nii.r. I i'in il io)i.'!ii!i.'(l torlh,
, ir Utoti no irntt.ft, vt-..r.
It Inn, thr l.'V m w tltlii'l , i
' l it to, ut 'i ,'irint l slot Id ;
An I .'ib; iiiori' Ih-. tity It. On- night
l'lidi)(ull tl'e rt. ra in. Jul i.
I ne kitli '.(ity oettnl ;
'I'.i orn.rt wio j-trt ".'. ;
It i a fit froi.l 1'.' .v. ii sri.t
ir m-.r t I I" mi r.
It in , you w ith t in i it: u t morn ;
Il lui! y"U to rt-rM''-;
A lb r, fr f ' t '.nd ( n.i.t Lorn,
An , vtrljiii rote.
A -'i.'m to t.mi1! fn r ewv.
T' tn.itrli the t.r.-w ir-'iu f. rt ;
Tui-n t- r to noli, ni.tr ti J i - g.ij-
S,.rt- iIb p! ...!io'i. oi ty wl.rrr;
A't r, 'In. t In '-i ' r ,J' w.
'1 1. I ft.ni Hit itiy'a ir -li
A 1.11'Mii Ii ! -f i'Of, 1' lo:
A ever nun pt .Mil-
As inile tlif r .iiiln w tlirmicli tiie cltntd
.it ii I oe ilnOij. t"nn U ito
A fiiusic 'ntitl th l-itit b nil,
I'll, t lill H tt ..) woir
A jifii. '.n l.-li t. fi-ii ll.e ,it!o
Wli. II W .V' V Ct.lifiil tll, l''.wlll,
."in- fins srr. pii tn tiur Ritit:,
'I'nu nrl nfulir hunii .
Wi t in y I nn ttiOiiirioiit 'irit In-,
W'll H,wsr titik. 4r.i l-f -r.
T it t:'i rni. , 01. bni:1 , tin oil, y I
(..M..I trin.MT n. Ii.ii.fr n,.ir ;
i; l I. in k r ! 'tin tut rln.ii- t gill
'l ii..t i, in hi Ii cw 'Ti! Unit;.
Ar 1 .-in t'n' 'r. , ti, l.'t
T' lili u ik in. wn I.J ku (;.
I'iiih liir Oilir j!"tl.li.
OHLV A Cuui'mii uinli.
u v Mi! s. nr. n im ''
" i on art nii-tal eu. 1 woal l i inu r
t'.,jn wi'd a mere country beauty. "
" Hut Fred, urpose In r intelligent, Inor
a1, full of iiattir.-s prtflry telitlcr In alted,
p .ifi fill, mi pulled by a lo'..i!:'ni a g'lile
'e -. siiiipb- n , ir..' ei i .1! .ii'i "
' A e l ' 5 lid I'red laugbin.', " a eh t'.ee
riultr of itties mid eiaee-. Country
in , swt'i't
it!elf -, ami
miiplf ; o are country
) i ,f i-he w a . 1-j i i K as
ln .t -. n-e in tile wnibl.
m i -ie and lit 'rattire, v
COW,. No! I tell
all augi 1, w it'll the
lid ii uii-kiio' I in
llli no null iibme
ih Has n ml kliiltlii ' in iilles
I- ii i v her lor a fortune''
" IIj, ha," laiijhed Helen Irwin ! but it
n a vtoj pmtii inio laujh. nwny tlown in
the corner id her mu-ieal little heart. Ili'l
liri by the trim!; "f a l.ir.-e tree, she sat
te i ling vmi bin a ft, rt f'i I, only, ot (he egnli-1.
Aiinle r liiiiiui lit, the V'Unir nu ll came
Wiilim si.'ht. l'ri'ir fai'o ws crimson, and
lie w bi-jiered in v ,-ibb' Irepidatioii, " ilo )0U 1
think she heard 7" 1
"No;" replied the other half audibly
' Hie .-dion no ic-.. ittiiu-nt ; she ha.-. IM't ev
en looked up 1nii lo r l.oi.k ; you are safe,
she could li't. have beard you but what
an augi I she i . !"
e i, Helen was an an o l as far ns out
ward beauty miidit luent the encomium.
Mio s.it halt reelini'12. on a rfi-tii; seat, striv
in' lo smooth mil tbe dimple in her cheek-,
a- -Ii" bil l her book a-ide, and began to
tw.n.' a half liui-lifil wreath of wild io-e-.
Leaning on one while arm, the gnarled
' ak trunk a back ground, flovvtrs slrewn a
M ind her, peeping troni her bright locks,
nn I se ilieii.d over her U'liilu dro-s -be s.it
pi'.ti! at her el-it, apparently unawnri' 1'iat
tito h:indi-ome oun; geiitleuien were so
v' i y near. I
Approaeliin' with a low Imw, upon which
his mirror h id set the seal of ductless t le
pi'ee, Frederick Line took the liberty of
-kiii.r if the young lady would 1": kind e-,
"'iji to iufoiui In ui where a Mr. luing
With nn inrincent n,i!f the bt anty looked
"I" "Mr. Irving! the only Mr. Irving in
lie Milage is n,y lather," she .said, rising in
lil,.,,..;...l I'.. I r a 'll,,. I.ri.nl
I '"Use." si,,. i,,i,n'inii.il "on lii.'h croiiml.
f df hi Men bv trees and thick shrubbery
lliut's where we live. I believe it was an
!ui at- ith iny once that's a sort uf select
H !i "l, i-n t it T" with the most natural sini
l'U''ity, turning t t Fred.
"e lypliel by another griiet fill bow,
' li il your Intbcr, -aid In'.
that I shall
inyscll' the honor to call ou him to-mor-He
will rcineiiiber nie Frederick
''me at your service."
" Ve-: hir, Ml tell him, word for word,"
fep'ii. il Helen, tricking her sleeve round her
pretty arm, and making rather a
.... .. ' . i
I hen catchtmr np Her hook ami
CMl,ri..u II... i, ...a llou Jr. .1... hurried
" Now father, luotlicr, nunt mid hi.-,"' tx
i claimed t lie merry giil bounding into t lie
I room where tliu family were ut supper, " ns
' true as you aud I livt, that Mr. Lane, whom
you u 11 talk so in mil ubout is in tlio village
lie will call hero to-morrow this first nro-
per eciim n ol a city be au ; (as ot course
1 .. . i i I I . 1 1 .:. . . . .
nc win nc; an sciiiiii.tut. rciiiicitielir, tault-
nc win i,e; an sciiiiii.tut, reiiiieinelir, tault-1
lc.-h in kids, and fpuUe.-a in uickty impor-
'""l ""J a hdf a.-Mircd an one of that ilk
" I"'1"' , l,c-. ,,r,,,,,Ue !'"'; "" of .u' !
.....v j.j.m j,, ji j. u wvi.i uuoub lllll-ic,
leaning, or miling, in my presi net be- j
I have a plan.. Father will
ly mvc hi,,, a nc,Pp(.r.
er ,alks-I mean in cU-
er will be too gla.J to see
and mend stoekiu-s. J
0 i Know, on
A(M Mj ;
luc tburii butter
jour i utile ot a lonue is I lie only
tear, but if you keep mint and nsk me no
....... ... i . t . i i
' rjuestfnns, I Mi;lj.ic you Ihaf work-box you
l.uie covcleu s.0 lung,
" Kila, you uru tpuite respectful," said
her tat her, gravely.
" Forgive me, dear father," and her arms
were folded about hii neck, " I always
uicaii well, but 1 in tso thoughtless! There
all i.s right now," she add
lovingly on the temple.
" (.'onic, sis, bat suy yott '
" b , on that tonoiiiuii, 1 II be still as a
mou-c ; but what " your rea-on T"
' Ah . that's my own, 8ng Helen, dane-
tau.si: l.tcau.e t have a l.lau.. l ather uilliSaid a low voice near her.
ing out of the room. reel intonation! such breadth, depth, and
vigor of touch " who i.s it ! she plays like
" You knit admirably." and Fred lot kctl.au angel."
ou with an uiicoii-cioiis .-mi.e ot ailmirutioi.. 1
I I li b ii s.it at nil npen window, through
wlmb ro-e loi-lics tlnust tluir blu-bing
bin!-, making bulb swett .-bade and fra
grance. 1 be canary oier-hi ail, bur-t every
tiiomi ut in wild snatches of glorious mu.-ie.
! Helen was at work on a lonu', I I ue tuckiii, 1
l.i arly hiiiibed, and her lingers licit' like'
I eiicf. - Lit J
I ' Vou knit ad 'lirablv ; are vou f lid of
j "Yes fpiite. I like it litter than than
I anything tin that in I mean I can
' churn wry well."
I " And ilo you read much ?'' Fred's glan-
fcs had travtled Irom the cornels of hi-cye-,
our ttry talde, shell, and corner,
in s' .mli of soiu. bn ik or paper, lbit not
la P"r''t a J'i Jellow or sen , repaid
' bis i ait h. :
j ''. yes," Helen said, with a fctlf-sali.s-
ili d L'bince.
" What books' permit ine to a-k."
" I n ad the l.ilde a good cml," plie an
' 1- that all"'"
" All, of eour-e not ; and yet. what do we
i nut binl in that holy volume .' History, poo
i try, ebifpienec, romanct the mot tlnilling
pathos " l!lii-bing and recollecting Inr
, t.tlf 'lie a diltd, will a manner s cl.ildi.sb
ao it bad bi cn dijnitied.
I " As fur other bonk" let nie see. I'vo
; got in iny library fir-t, t'u re's the primer,
(eountii ; ou In I' liu.'i I.-) st coini cla-'a rcad
1 1 1, I. oi.. ii u C'iu-ih. i.i.i-iiy tales, (.ii ry
toni', two or three i h iiieiits nt something'
' b i t o i y
griipby of some
In .t .i .i in-, I.ilio
inll I that a gimd
l.ii l,;;ra ;n
a-soi tine lit .
'" 1'iib.ip- I don't know cpiito as inueli as
tb -! who haw bei ii to seliool more," she
added, it-, il di-af ("liiiletl at hi- mute ri -j.il.i-der
; 'but in imihing bit ad. i burning but
ter and ket ping hoa-e, 1 in Hot to be out
done." I In: yoiini man li ft In r more in pity limn
in bn e. but hi- i-it ill I not :il ay so re--il!t.
I le be'.'. ill to till a liiagtit lie at 1 1 u
ti oi which be :iiiily alliibiit. d to Helens
beauty ; but tlie trii'h i-, her sweet artless
m ut character, cn.'aiu'; inaniiei-, and
gentle tlitpo-ition, ijiute won upon tin: city
bred and ai i-l't I a ic Fred Lane. I I t una-
a lri-hne- and leliuemenl about every
thin.' -lie -aid and tii 1. Hie piiplixed as
Mil! a- il.li bled billl.
I Mien, a be wa- wondei ing bow some
homely t.pie--ioii would be received in
good sot It ly , Milne In aiitioil si lit 1 tin lit would
suddenly ilrop like J pearl, Irom lit r bps,
let moie rcui.iikable lor originality I ban
bi il'.iane .
"If I -houl I fall in the snare,'
be, " 1 can educate her. It Would
e w oi th
It w.i- u-elesj. to combat with In
so at la t he fell at Helens fed ( lir il I ,itl e
Iv -pi akin.') and cotil'e id hi- but'.
" I e.ire not. II b n, only be mine;" was
hi - iiim, iable iin-ci to
unwoi (hint --. ; how she
fa-biolialde society, tie.
1 1 1 1 -v were married
.j- cxi 'munitions of
.l,,,,.i,l in nr in
.1 u,i ,.,., 1 f,-,-,
tlu ir wedding tour, and at the expiration ot
the honey nm ui Fred was more iu love than
dir. At a g'tand entertainment givin by
the relatives ol the bridegroom, Helen looked
mo t beautiful. Her husband did not in
si -t that she should depart f Jlu her usual
simplicity, and indeed without jewels or la
ces with only that fre-h white robe, simple
sa-h of blue, ami ornaments of fair n.o-
ro-e, she was the mo-t lovely creature in
As rlic entered the great saloon, blazing
with li'.ibf, lor lieatt tailed her. "Shall I
love him as dearly," she a-ketl herself, ' If
1 find that he is ashamed of me 7 1 cannot
bear the thought ; fcut should be overcome
nil conventional mil ions then have I a lius
1 , worthy to be honored then shall tic
be proud of his wile."
I low she watched him as he present
to one ami auother.-
' Si 111 nie." W ll ispC'Cll
ing tirl. res.
'llllellt HUH 'I lull 1 1 HI
s. as sh
curled her lip and passed by
e-t apt'il Hell Iter Ilt'll'll U'U in i n""
. . . i it i . i. i. ..
She looked at him.
smile, mid only drew
ne smiled a
her closer to
.Many in mac ui nii.iin. g.o m mg
m . . . .t . . i ..mi: .. . i
niuiii'i ll . in: un
. . i I i i
i. t-.ol himself on Ihe shrine of ijiiorant
lit! he oh joy! lie Hccnied only to love j w hen the dues were paid. A turiipike-ltoad
her the more as she clung to bis arm so tin,-' by law, is sixty tect wide, and pnri-h roads
idly His noble fao.) cxprcned the pride he 1 about thirty feet. Children lo-e neigh! du
irulv felt- he looked as if he would have! rin -j the first three days alter birth ; at the
-.weft back the -corners with one motion of
i'i:. i i 1....1 ,mi iciifiiieu one way too
, ins nium, j , - -- -
hi-'ll Oil the hore Ol his prnte. . U Sctlne.l
l,.-cSr,,sflevrryl. ok1everywor.luotir,sti,ctUhilEout. quarurujuc w.
cotiformity to etiquette and Helen's heart:
beat high ; tears caine to Lit eyes, w hen alio '
thus lull hov noble u heart she had won.
Thu young bride stood near her husband, -talking
in a low tone, when a new comer ap-
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I'i'uiuu. one was a ucautiiui, slightly lorui-
UUiiuillUI, n I 'UL V KJIIM
t-d creature, with haughty features, uud ill-
i Coueuak'U i-coril lurk
1 . . .
Coueuak'U scorn lurkeii hi licrprent brilliant
eyes, whenever she glanced towards IKb n.
Once hbe had held R"w ay out the heart of
!.'m!' ?",d .!.' be had .named, she
eti in her great brilliant
imo:ii'o ncr uoill or iriuiiipu IKIU Collie.
Dj jou (.upHi.s c kuiw autjtUin" t
said a low voice near her. '
Helens eyes hJ,a. kied -her fair brow
flu-bed indiuant. ' She turned to her hu-
hand. lie was gone-spciikin - at a bttlo
distance with a friend. P
I're.eiitly Maiion Summer turned to-
"Do you play, Mrs. Line ?'' lie a-ked ;
there was a mocking tone in her voice.
' A little," answered Helen, lit r cheek
" And h'iii.' ?"
" A little, ' was the calm reply.
" Then do favor us," hhc exclaimed, look-
lujr askance at her companions ; " come ! I
inyiclf will lead you to the instrument.''
" Hark ! wboe masterly touch T" Instant
ly was the half-spoken word arrested the
aid ear and haughty bead were turned in!'1
It-teiiiug surpn.-e. ucll melody ' t-tich cor
ami aga.n hark . A voice rolls out; a
flood of melody, clear, powerful, pasini:
sweit astoni-hiiii i.t paints many a fair
cheek a deeper scarlet. I here is silence i til -hiokcii
-iieiiei', as the pilvcry tones tioat up.
Aye ! e.ire i lit t for colli iii-i In t,
fii'iiili o urs iiuliice. ii rt..r, ;
Ami s. i. in ii, 1-til .i hitUr Wiiril,
S e wl.fii il lin.-.k- the In-art.
II . in: lie Iriif
1 1' ene Ik- t r tn
'l ite HtirlJ in.y i ht't riesit lie,
Son i- I in y t.i. ly t.t. p tiny l,.c.
Ant! ti II my jilief to tin t ,
" (ilorious voice,' said Fred tj l.is fii.-u 1,
who with the re.-t had pau.-td tj li-teo, vtho
can it be ? '
The words were suddenly arre ted mi bis
lips. She hail turned from the piano, and
the unknown wa bis own wile.
"I congratulate yon, Fred,"
yiuiii man at Ii- side: but In
inarMe. 1 lie color li.nl lelt Lis cheek, as
be walked -lowly towards her.
If bt; was speechless with auia.enic i t, so
w as Hot she. A rich bloom nuiitled In r
check- triumph made her eyes sparkle .
they never did before lie y Hashed like dia
monds. A crowd gathered to compliment
her. In graceful acknowledgment she l len
i't d W it and humor. I low well she talk "
"who would have tbou.-bt It:" ' 1' red s
lit lie wife he has found a treasure, ' were
wbi peretl round tlie room.
Meanwhile Frederick Lane, K-i . stool
like out! enchanted, while bis pior little rus
tle wile iji."tc I I ooks and authors with er
feet abandon admired this one, commend
ed that. A sedate looking -hl'lent lo t him
self in a Latin ipiotatiou ileb ll sin I n ly
lil'i !. tl ii, an 1 l i c i i . i d a look eloipif i.t w il h
thank-. Ji"" no's, rt partee, language ii h
in fiii ey and iina-cry, fell Irom her I cauti
ful lip-, as if she h id juit rccciu'd a tjuch
from some fairy w and.
Still Fie 1 walked by In r side like one ill
pres-etl bis bunds
over his I e w i! -
tb rr I sight to be sure ol 1 is sc uses, w hen he
saw her hi nd;ug, a breatbiiig vision of love
line, over the harp her full arm leaning
on its golden -Iritigs heard again that rich
oiee, now plaintive with some tender mem
ory, li-e aid lull in Mint and surro.vlui
sai 1 , when onee aloie
her, " what does this nieaii ! who are you.'
I feel like oil" awaking from :i dream. '
" t 'nly a i niiitry gir', ' sai 1 Helen, grave
ly, lin n filling into In r Iiu-haiid s u mis, she
cxclaiiiieil, "Forgive me; I am that very
little ru-lie that you would di" r'tber than
Weil. Are you sorry you luarried meH"
" Sorry, my, glorious wife . but, KUy, you witli a small propo.ioti ot highly eiy-t.ii-could
not surely tbeeicve nine. Hid lint ized tin-white iron rrites, an ore which has
uuib r-taiid (hat you had never "
' I'ct ii to an acailt my," she loaal," in ;
"never took a music less, In never was
taught how to sing all true. Ami yet 1
am ali you sec me to-night- myself inv own
teaclier; witn lat.or anu unigenec, i tro-i i
. . ... i ' r i- I
, -.,11 .II'I- T. .1.
uii worthy to lie tlie wile ul one so goml
and exalted as I find luv hu-band to be."
Header, wouldn't you and I like to be
there iu-t how, and bear her story; she
lauvhin between w biles, her pretty taeeall'veii
tliiiiples, as sue tells mm now sue nain-neu
piano, books, harp, portfolio, lnit-ie. all in
. ... . I t l -i 1
an empty room ny tuciiis
the door, leav iug tlii iii to .-eelu-iou and l ,
--while the little country girl, without any
very deep laid scheme, succeeded iu con -
yiiieing a well-bred city gentleman that he
miUl marrv a charming ru-lie, even if her
lingers were more familiar w ill, the churn
ami k,iittii"'-ni etlles than the piano or the
Cl.TlKK'S MISCKLLANLDUrf INTOll-
The French speak in the nose, the tier-
mails in the throat, ami the Lnglish through
the teeth. Hooks and papers were formerly
sold at stall-; ami the dealers therefore came
to be called stationers. A poker laid over
a fire concentrates tho heat uf the passing
creates a d rough! t lirou gli the
r is callcil li-.ti'il when, irom con-
taiinng too much carbonic aenl, it holds lime
insolation. A pound of w beaten Hour con-
si-ts of bran three ounces, staich'teii ounces
gluten three-quarters of an ounce, anil sugar
otic quarter. 'I he spring of a watch weighs
0.1') of a grain, and a pound of steel makes
'' Jill .000, a poutul ot steel cost Hd, anil a sin-
"s . . , ......
........ !-. - i i
i ............. w.i ...ll.... ill hi n,,i, iii.i I l
I urn pii.es were so ca
lied troni i
'swung on a hlaide, am! turueil citlicr
w a v
j age ot a week they sensituy increase ; a ,er
.t,.,. 1.1.. tl, ,,,t
i one vent unv .n -i. ....i... ,
, require si. .o
HEPOJIT ON THECOITElt MINK
rs- .t -.- ,
J ff "" ' r company,
It ha long been kiDwn tlmt corner rvr-
itrs, or yeilow culplnret of copper an f of
iron, is found a soei.ittd with the iron pyr-
s oi u e goiu vcilisoi .viitli Carolina ;
bnt it W iis not known until 'he r.ir.senf vi ir
t't the copper ore oemrrcl i s .ffiVi,.,,
ity to authorize cpe rations c,;,res..y
Tlo-igl, the cutcrrrNc of a few grniV-
men now asociaud w ih the North Carol!,,
.1 i. i ' '
, I'per !oip iry, tlii.fnst proper cot. ner
. i .
, uinoiia Ulirrmioiis ....i. tJQIUIUfiUfUill,. una
their labors have already been crowned with
The mine owned l ytlio No-t!i Carolina
Cipper Company was criminally opened with
some sin cess as a gold mine ; but the cop
ter pyrites was foon foind to form so J :,
a p-oportion of the tcil as to warrant Mr.
Fentress, the original poprietor, to offer the
mill for sale in New Yck as a copper mine ;
and it was purchased y several members,
of this Company forth iiurtio-eof woikinV;
i nc imp iraneieu sucess or tnc nrt min
ing operations, the pronation of a profit aide
cargo of good copper ire- from tl.,' lir.-t
shafts sunk, and lu for any regular levels
hail been excavated orgrnde work heg'nu,
is certainly quite nnttsal success , for it is
very si'bloiu that the prparatnry operations
of nii'iing are repaid b the n im r.-il rai-cd
in those operations; lit more fn tpicnt'y
iisse-sments are called ;r on the Mi a res to
pay the co-tof the wor. Not only has your
mine been worked wilo.it any call upon
the shareholders for nniey, but a con.-idcr-abh
profit is nnder-too to have been re
alized from the sale c' copper ore rai i d
from the -hafts constrebd in the opening
of the mine.
On the 2'ith and 'Jiii of April l i-t, I
CI ....... 11 1 1 .. . . 1 . n
ina'le a thorough exami'ition of mine,
i surveyed the vein, :iinliuea-u-f d it in all
aeces-ibl" places licr.it vca t xpo-cl.
I found the ro' ks of ie " country " to be
a suit, bright, yellowis tr'een talcose slate,
very analogous to scvuiino roek, overlaid
by a varirty of gnej-s avitig Inrnbleiide in
the place of mica a nek "onn times called
i hornblende gtici ad unlerl.ii I by a fine-
graiuetl coiiipaet hon lei')'! an 1 fed-par
rock, analogous to g-rci'tone, I ut -tili not
in the form of a dikero of a regular bed.
' In the miiKt of tin' :lt t ilco-e slate, oc
curs a lartje vein of J irtz, aecomp.itiied
with numerous ?inal!o veins of the same
. nnterial. '1 bo quirt veins in the little
shaft A, t'irill an irgf gate of 't f,.0t 1 Imo.
cs in thiekni's", onrj ciiig In inches thick,
! another - inches, al a third inches thick,
an l thee veins enirr-ge towards each other
a - they dip tntard'h'' whym shaft 15, and
appear to unite wit the g: "t vein exposed
in that -haft. 'op(r pyrit-s occurs abun
tlatitiy iiiti'i uiixed tin' qu art, of all the
'. The shaft A issiiecn f'. t deep, and cut
the veins fio near t'ir nuti rii to be in an
advant vgoous po.-itit : sttl! ther 1 has been
obtained from it a on-i b ra' b' supply of
copper me. by woring down the slope of
tin- veo, towiird thevbyin shift l.
The nhym shaft as sunk still further on
the Mop:.1 of the vei but not far enough to
a'biw of stiTicicntlvrxteii led working of
slopes or grades. Icvas, ther 'fore, ib t i led
upon by the miner! sink a new- sh ift -till
further to the noriwest-war l. in order to
attack the vein at-, depth "f a1 out two
hundred feet. Thi-Jialt w ill l e tin' engine,
or principal shift of he mine.
t In descending iin tiie wliyin shaft, I
found that the vein i quartz rich in copper
ore was (i feet 7 inees thick, and that ou
its lower side theiitvis a regular vein of
clean copper pyrin 1 foot I ' inches in
thickness. The qurtz vein itself was full
of tiesj, and biiiichs of copp'T ore. luingled
not been analyzed, lit which
tains arsenic, and primps cobalt.
The gnat quart. . in, font lining the
per ore, dips V 2a caret s .. !) degree
on the upper side, il l l" degrees on tin
p,tter side, t litis pre.ntin '
. '.... s
. .' 1 .
in opening ot
vein, a widen-
other th .n lo
aces in the nngleol tin
ing which is too rapl to I
icre i.s cv id. ntlya b n.b uev in tie
to become more' vertical in its d
p ; for
...1 :t I .. i . I .!.:. :. 1... I .. I
' winie iu sna.t . im: tup is inn io ui gn'i
j from the horizon, in the whvmslialt 1. I
' feet further N. W., v find the clip to avcr-
age 4 I tiegiee:
! It is very dcsiral.l' that the lode should
1 have a more verticil dip, for the work of
j mining is much moi-ii-implc on erect wins,
since the pel pcmlit'ilar shaft work keeps
. longer in r upon theM'in, and therefore- is
1 less cross tutting retimed, and fewer w inzes
nave to he sunk m tlr levels.
The situation of tit mine is
to admit of cxteu-ivi and pn
now sue Ii as
as soon as the level, are run ou the plane
ltd' the vein in the wllin shaft, and sloping
, ground is thus opened: Meanwhile, tin:
i engine shaft must be 'link at the point 1 in
j the section, and the; . '"'i will have a le w
I and deep cut upon t i ar lode. There M,,m 1
, be two gang of into rs employed ; so that
while the dead workiu the engine shaft is
"Oing on, tlie mi, iingcp'.'rnti nis on ine toue
at the w hyin slialt tv ill pay tor tin dead
, work, in they will, xd also yiehl
' profit besides.
The engine shaft v!l not cost more than
U'3,ililli, if the vein fold-, its present incli
nation. It w ill stnl.i tin; vein at tho itcplti
of lo'i feet if the tip holds at U.i degrees.
ami at -M i leet, ll It proves to he i ie-
.., .., -.i
e.irii'. sns I il I in iiiii'ii i .irii in' irn-
Iic.il.irlv. so that th- engiue shalt wnl not
cut it at -!11 feet, a fi'o-s cut is easily to be i
made to the lode, anil there will sti. I be am
advantage iu having iliht shaft at a low level. 1
since it will drain oil' nil the water from the I
mine, I shall therefore approve of the con
struction of I he new slialt, an has been pro '
posed by your head miner. I
The whole thickness of the strati over
tliu eonp-jy vein, I f uud to by li J lltufc
I made a survey of the vein, rind, so far
a practicable, have determined its course
, ou the property of l bo Company. I found
: that the cour-e of the vein was N. lo de-
I. i..,ii. i) aogr, es l ., ano its nip is
degrecs W fim ::, (,j lo degrees
averaging tin ret ire 10 degrees dip.
1 be leu ;ih of the vein, if ii extends on
U cour.M' to the boiiiciarieo of the compa-
nyV propel ty, is l,ln lit t; namely, l,."rJ
lei t to the south-westward of shall A , and
. nits noi iii-ea-twartl ot the same
' ;'.";""'" 't e...r.-.. l,ctl,t-r
.,,:'"',e w, r,'! ! ""
1 rT 1 " ' V''
'' , ' . I . i'"'" '
"Pl l (balt A, di-clo-ud Urn ore as
u-ual at that piaee, we may presuiiii! that
e vnn below will be found to be
Ttctnitn.- '1 life vein may ! reardetl an
.-uilicieutly proved for that di.-tanee, 31(t
Thcrc is abundant room for mining' o
oil the vein, now txpi-ed by the
already executed, to warrant the
belie! that the mint) cannot fail to yield
prolitable returns for many years ; ami it is
highly probable that additional discoveries
will increase the value of thc-e new mines.
I he fact that, from a space twelve feet
square, a .tl live feel bih, your miners, while
excavating the sh ilt, extracted I barrels
of No. 1 topper ore, which v.eijhcd about
Oil lbs. per barrel, and the ore yielded J-jJ
percent ol c "ppcr, will give Mime idea of :
ie ml -e ot till- Hell col lier M ill, which i-
asyctii'.' opened so as U give auythiii '
like it., full yield of ore.
1 was lnloiini (!, at the mines, that, in
piaee, a t in ol No.
traded from a .-pat
and o feet high,
'i be books of t!
w as ex-
1 lei l wide, o feel deep,
companv, 1 surinse.
will show ti,,. uioouiit ot ore sold to ihe
Muellers. 'J hi-, ii n,a,t be remembered, has
been pro bleed Ir.on the works done in the
luel'e preparation of tbe mine, or the tir-t
pai t of its construct ion not a single fathom I
of elude Wolk having yd been ( xec uted, .
anil liei.cii im re-ul. ir mining bus vt t been
tlone. All the ore m i, to market was ob- !
laiued fioui an irregular level, thirty leit
long, in .-halt A, and from the bottom of
sha'.t J!, wle'ie t.o I.m-I i- yet, made. 1
1 was ii.loriii.'d at the mines that only '
six regular miners have been employed, au'l
light other good hands, not regular miners, '
who work in i-ily ahoy c ground. j
liiei'e wnl soon be required about seven-
ty-.iv'c regular uutiers to carry out!
lie Woi ks
when your levels are cut, so as to
lOl' WolkUII'll t' Op-Tilte.
i ou ueed tj have buildings erected fir-t
tor tin: aeeouuno.lati m of y our m n ; ani '
tbi shouid bo attended lo iiuuiciiiuteiy. 1
In putting up you. i .u !
recouinicnil to y'oit the sti am whym, like
that ii-i-i at the lhi.st.il Copp, r mini's iu
Connecticut, which hoi ts aui lowers by
change ol gearing', without -topping or re
versing the steam e'lt u : an immense saving
of pmcer, si:. e,. the ffy-vvh 'il may be u-etl
as u-ual Pi regulate the motions of ihe ni.i
tiiintt y. This friction steam w hyiil has
Iv, images, wLicu I shall not stop lo
cumin rate, since tliey
part lit, on in-pietiou
will be at once uo
of one of tin: ma- '
tenoiii'g a inacii;ni-t to tin: loi-to
it will be ea-v lo procure the pattern.
la cotieiii-ioii, I would congratulate the
North Carolina (.' 'ppcr Company on tbe
ti.t--es-i.in of the liclii-t and best known
copper mine in the Atlantic
ol tiie ino-t pro luetii e sinei
States, and one
its opening was
will prove of
made. I have no
I have no doubt it
great value to th" -tockhobli
The cxi citing of th.' wor
m'ne is generally l ib n iou-
id opening a
and rei, aires
st c eral years. I mi n iv" ln-en -tngii,
lortnn; e in bav ing a mine tli.it pays its
expen-os, while the regular pn p nation
more extended working- are in pro.-re-s.
Wishing th" 'i,mu.y all prosperity,
am, w Ith great respect,
Your iibe'lielil se vallt .
CilAlILKS T. ,lA'KSi)N,M.P.
The new I iovernnn nt stamped letter en
vel ipes, which wiii .shortly be ready lor de
livery, are cut out by an instrument worked
by .-team, to the number of rive hundred at
a -ingle oper.itn.n. 1 he imago ol W a.-hiug-t
m is stumped on tin in in vvbile ba-rclief
and the rates of po-t age printed iu red ink.
Alter applying tic giuteu, tin y are counted
iu b u uuies ol t .vent v -live a ml sent to ash-
iugten, wli liee they will tinl their way
through the po-tina-ti r- lo every part ol lue
country. I Lev are of w bite and burl p iper,
and w .iter-liued with the initial- of the 1 ost
olliee llepartuieiit ol ihe I nitial Slate-. A
bjutoiie hundred ami lilty operatives, chit fly
fi males, have been employed iu ihe vvorK.
Sp' ei.il precautious are taken ug.uii-t torgery
and the abstiaetioii ol envelopes from the
liianulaetory, for wbieh olleiiees tiie new
pjst.ifiii".' laws have in pi-, d a line of n it
less than live
nn , it li I im
ding li i e y i
, or un
j-i I-. in -
line and imprison1
r.'tCK oi: i; FisiiiN'-':
Mr. Cramplon. th- lki:i-!i
M.-. L-.jinin. cap- ti'. d. with '
ll! the l.'.ltle i'a',1- "I the I' '"-to
Mu.' !. :-. nn 1
: 1 1 "if, '.Ml
; I. , ,f .., ,
.,!'."'.' of this exo, ll. ut li-h
number - -ity -four, tie I 'li
nearly tvvi Ive pounds, and a!! i
Hi- tn a!
. -t vv. i.bing
in 'hi wii hill
two boors, and from one -in
is -aid t" be the 1 '-( sp.ot w
cxp-ri 't.i'i"! at the Lli'ie Fall
l,ii!i bus been
- for ten years
p i-t.' This i
I uion te-tilie
had the s l!i-'
i ' ti-h storv to w l.ii li t!i"
for some of 'the ti.-h ih" i-di' r
ti si, of ion tv i:ig. and th.' l.ir-
' gest the I'obte
rlers pn m nted to tlie Pres.
M AYUl'i N A STKHnI;.
Mr. Siubl.s. ni -,v or of Norfolk, const
become agriu a ciii.d'nl ate.w it ii the express
uiiilei'stamliu.'. however, that his salary
must be raised tj c-'.H ''!' He iUotes the
price current of mayors in various cities, and
vt rv nroierl tiwteiui.ini s that he e. 111110!, ilis-
1 ... i . . . 1 -. .1
bis own iiU.ii.lie uions ty laKiiig less
'lLO t '.
Murk t rat"
." -peiiii liiti-lligi-iiC'-i r I "".
' lie loyal mail sti-am shin Arabia. Pant,
'Ju'lkin-, arrived at New Vml; at abo i' half
f'-t -'-' o'clock on Tuesday from Liverpool,
w nu n pou si,e. loit ou .-saturilav. the Vl-t ot
May, at ahoi.t ha!f-pa-t nine o clock in the
inormng, aeeou pli-bing the voyage in ten
days and three hours. 'J he A i abiu ha now
el.ihli-hctl her repu a'ion, a bo , otnl all com-
pari-on. tho craeu shipot liu; ('unattl )im
let- last trip Irom New York to Liverpool,
is sain 10 nave heen aecoinpli-lieit in ten
" m:v...i hours .V.tl.ing like this,
, '!"'', 7, l'-' '""n"'"
"I I T ""' u !'.'-l-ua"
1 he.e .slow coaclics mu-t look out !, th. ir
laurels. J lie Allien has made several iiuiek
pa Jges, but her greatest ,-pecd falU .-ouie-
ttiiiii hIioh of the time made by the Aiiibia,
on her la-t two trips across the Atlantic.
W e repeat if, the Arabia has won the chain -
pion-hip of the Cunard line. j
'I he Humboldt, (.'apt. Lines, arrived off
owes on Wednesday night l-th, and havi
landed her mails and passengers, proceeded
: on her voyage to Havre.
I I he news by tin: Arabia extends from!
Wednesday evening I'th, to the opening of!
bii-iiiess on Saturday morning !JI.t. 'i he '
news is not of much importance cither com-!
mercially or po!il ie ally.
'"ttoii showed an advance of 1 -1 Oil on 1
middling anil better qualities, ltrcadstull's
Kept up. without much change. I
liiu.vr lhill.Hv 'Ihe lower hoifc of
Parliament re-as-embled on 'I hnrsday nt jl.t
llith, alter tbe Whitsuntide r Lord
lohn Russell slat il that, on ."Id .Ian", the
government would state their view - vwtlilc-
''P11'! to the future
Me. Milner liilison
... f,,t..... ...I,,,;,.;...-I.
.' . .... in -i . .1 l l.yil ,i in l.i.
a-ked a ti ie-tion in re-
! fercliee to .
lohn 1 1 issi
wi -h di-:i hi lilies, to w h ieh Lord
that he tiid not thin
it uosiratiic to Intro luei.
' subject, that be inii n.b
with the oaths taken
,i ,i .
a niea-ure upon the
I to deal generally
by members ot tlie
lie added that there wu- ', bill be-llou-c
'd' Lords which liiiglit meet
' 'n Friday night the Income Tax bill was
Vl'''"' " -t eoinl tun", tlie ro p i :ti m re-'erv ing
ll"''r 'oree until the third lcai'.iug. Mr.
l.'obdeli a-ked by whose aulhoiily the. l'ro-
4 i"cv ol ' 1'egu w is anncX"d tJ iiiili-bln-
ia, and coiiteii led that the people ought t j
uv e had a voice in the matt' r.
Iloil lepiied th.it the annexation
tm ii t a- t
ma le tiy the tiovt i nor , ,ent r.il,
aulhoiily of the llonje tii.viru-'nipeti-ation
for the cxpen -i - of'
the vvar. Tin r
vi a- ia a-ou to expect tin;
I'loviiice would pay
no authorization had
pay ils own expense
yet been give u for
lurtlier aiim xatii'iu.
I II l',.l.ll- , 1. -...I
Lil-seil siati'd tuat th" I'.
r. i ( .oi. a
ha I applied to I i rent Initain for as-i-tanee,
but no orders h i I been given to interfere in
the war in anv way except for proicrtion of
liritisii property and subject-. The House
tiie, i adjourned till Thursday.
tin the notice boo.i is a motion by Lrd
Dudley Stuart, to oinpiiru w bet in r any iu
fjriuaticii h.i 1 boeii f' ct'ived ny I io, eminent
icspecting tho f' cent expulsion of political
refugees from Turkey, at tin: ciietation of
Austria uud llu-sia. '1 be dra',1 of a bill,
tlir.'eled against nunneries, bad been printed
' An act lo cnaoie the i.-vl Clianuclior
toappjinl Coiiiuii--ioiiers to vi-it bouses
where it i.s supposed women are improperly
let .lined, and to i.-siie writs oi .!', '
A verdict of manslaughter had been re
turned a.uin-l the lUii tols of the ork
an I N th Midland U.iii Way, lor c au-ing
the death id 'I bouip-on, engineer, ami J-y ke-,
brakeinan, of a train which Tliomp-ou was
g nil ing, and which run 'di the track , ow ing
t.i the imperfect condition ol the raiis.
A ie'ter t'.'oui Lo.i'hui states, tbatCipt.
F. .bt. Ilordoii, of the A'ibiit. Auierie iii
bin r. di. d very suddcii'y at bis 1 - Igings,
tin- I '.lb. The deceased had been Map ir
tv in the morning, r. turned home apparent
ly in good health, but soon altelAanls tx
pi red .
A Cry-t.il Palace is to be bul'.t nt fihs.
guv, on the plan of the new palace at Sy
denham. Ireland's Ureal Inhibition is succeeding
even beyond hopes. All tic arrangements
are not yet completed. They are however
p,ogres-i:ig rapidly, and in another fortnight
t ii o building and it.s contents will fully jus
tii'y public expectation. Un Hlli. I -I
ler-oli- vi.-ited Ml" building; of these .",
welt holders of sea-on tickets, and the le-
main ler paid live .shillings t aeh ou t nl
Next da v I ,o Lb A national (Iti-h)
i a nee.
ni iiii.il is to be presented to Mr. Uaigau
for his ii ii ni lit i-ni l-.
1. oi in. May -J'I. The' l':ig'.i-li FulnN
have been iuipi.-vitig, an I with an ioere.i- d
bi.-iness. The iutelligi nee that tiie leu. --.v. d
d,:Vo'u!ty hetweeti Turkey and Un-sbi ba
! iiia hu-led excrcie.s a f avcirab!.' inllu-
tnee, but th"
market, an I I
ti oii Amend
; are .'I'loti'.l W
i ,1-ii r state of the lii eiev
e bil ge anil .'lis of speeie
are more p it, nt. l',.ii-oi s
' t 1 ; f r I rati-fi r. and 1 ' ''!
i loi Account.
i lHTltl' Tti'N OfTIIK N'UlTtl Stpittr.CoT-
, i! Mil l . !, Tuesday I'iglit. the No;th
hhoiv Mill, on the hauK "f the .ee,s ;l:i.
Liverpool Canal, near V aUNlrill -road, tile
o.ilv cotton factory Liverpool p.w,.",.,!, was
lotai'y de-trovi'il by lire. Some i leant the
Ntent ol tin: price may oo lorun'o pron
'Ill tie' '
., erty .
l o i that there
.1 i. win.
iiii'il, vv i.irii ,n t 11 .ue r v
f I :-. II. F. Noftli. t'.i.iii.g. .! b m i-.
,-ve, about two year- ago. and i tow
., 1 1 v of Messrs. .1 din au i Ah-xaii-igdcti.
Alt 'i-hi'il t" the building, a
l ng. low tott-en shed s-.vet.dics to tlo soinh
1 ward, and iu tbi- was -tired a very heavy
i stock of cotton, valued rou'.hly at from
j Cl-,0 Ml t 1 t'.'il.Oiiil. Parallel with tbi
Ishcd W'lc a si'iies of t 'rr.ieed ceUagc
I I10.1-1-, four -t nit s in height. ei'icUd ny
I tb,. late piipriitoi- ('.., 1 lie use ot the work-
I The lire can only "'
aid t.i have really
lasteil two hours. Put nt its climax, aoout ;
half-past ten o'elot k, the sight was one of)
the most astounding cvandciu'. For an lour
t efore. the heavens hid been illuminated
uum-iu-e e"s?oa.-o ! i-rcf!" is-
, at tic- s-cvjca cl tho d:r.t!t'-r
unfortunate factor') with the exception of
the dark outline, of walls not vet fallen.
i seemed one Uuis of Fumi-hod gold.
: 'llie mill, including stocky tiiachineryvvc.,
Hie latter I ting ot the best ami mo-t ot-
' proved construction, wa-. valued at about
, 0,0'HI. l hohedi) adjoining tho mil!,
containing a large amount of property, v . ro
pri st rcd through the almost ret U. iii-
tn pioity (' the nu n tompo ing the to Lie
In. tide-, many olwboe lives were coi,-
.-nlei t.-it .sl vei al times to be it; iiiii.iii.ei.t
i he sheds and the rrop.m- lcl, they
"ir 1 .,u l"-
m.ih.u-cs cHcct...l at the v.m,,u ol!;e, s
a,,on.,d . , .Wi.tMm, b av,.- , r..p,,,y b,
t ie amount of .11 "ill. Oil.! iiii. ni..i. il II...
f'o:oin is a t of the uliiees in which tho
prciui-HM were iu.-urt d, and t'.io au:o,i..t, ia
1. .1) I
1 .")-) ,
Total .... JJI'mwi
Tim. Sk w.s- .p thk fnr-r.-. The pr--
enl is one of tin: Ino.-t backward sca-.,ns
e ver kno.'.n. We have leach the l'elh of
May w ith jut liav iug experienced any warm th,
ex'-, pt in the Mm at midday; nor are wo
to b ive any chaieji' until the wind
git- ...it ul' tin eat. Kaiii i- be.iuiilii;. to be
m rv iiiiich wanted f r Ihe ru-s 1 m l ,,nd
the spring com. As fir as gt fling iu the
nvu is tun-crnei
voral.k: than the
. nothing can be more fa
wi alin r tlait we have bad ;
ii n t vv
mu-t have a ere a I tiiiiine. if it. is
to grow and ripen at toe u-ual tune. Tbel'S
i- every pro p, , t of a late harvc-t. ., r.
J' I an ...
'I'll t; Cl s.wui IT.ket. -The Cunard lino
id steamers now cmipri-i s ' J t.r-t -ela-j
e-scl-., the ; recent a I lili ni-, the Midi-
t.t and Tent l:i, lor the Ji.yptiau nit 1
TurUi-h Hades, haviug aiiivcl in the river
la-t :v. ck.
Ft: A. 1. The proc. i -dings in the i"-t s
L '.i-i Hit began t a.-.-uuie an a-' m i t iin:a
V 'i iiiie t ) ti:" lion ri.iu. 1,1, -o mu.-h - i tii iT
t.i. re w
le suriiii-' s ,,j a lii-.-o'.aLioii. In tbe
n-:oa- I i 1 1 1 lie- 1 1 ..yi i lonelit coiu-
a Intij o ;ty el ..li.y , i, i
nn iiifer- of the l.c-i-latur.- 1
courage to c against j'.
i. i:i !
u l tb-
It a -oi, ; i ' i ii! ! , . f
oi In r
I 1 ,-e.e
I : .''
I i it
.'ir, 1 e
. 'J.' t f
it v. a
if. i f!
ia port. Flit I
ally "f death
I-, 'he I :'
i- atti u.p
ll CI .VC'I
fa v or.
'I be Patrie c
has appeared in
iitramett a -tatcincr.t that
" Anii'lieati journals ': that,
vv ar are on their w n v, w i: Ii
I; o.i ile lilt i l.t agaiu-t t lie net vv e
It turtle r denies that the French I
t the Sllidwie!, L
chased any trai t ol teiril ity along Hie li"il
Sea, nor no tin y jut 'li I lo lake p o--is-ioii
of an i-laud there, a- had al-o 1 e'en nport-
1 iie in'ie.'iteur of I!i
a w .igt r ul' lit," ' I irauc
betwt i li -onie ship on le'
s"ii;" gi nth :ii' 'i of the I
denux states that
lias ju.-t bet li i.iid
of I inii fit v ali 1
" l'l"-l iel.t I illlll "li ," 'ill A 1 1 L ' ' I 1 ' :
thai h i- ju-t taken in her cargo at 13
i- ou tin; pniil ol .-ioo:!., ii I) I ti.eo
1 1 1 x .
the " II ni i u.i a,'' a lew .Ippi'r latify baiit
ly M. Arm. i n, of I! i'biiux'. have made tie.:
iiLo.c bit that tiie 1! ii; iiein '.'.ill whin tin;
l'ioii.Oe in n v .y.i.e ti New Yolk. Thu
wager cX' ite- great interc-t in llor.'.caux.
An address fr vii tlie inhabitant- of I'. -union
i foriii' rlv the l-!e H irb n' ', 1 b. .. o
sent t . tin' F.mpt ror, pr lying 1 1, 't toe i -1 it, I
may be called the I-e li m iparte.
I'AIIts. In a de-pat. li, .'at -1 Pari-, Fri
day, 1'.' :t!l p. III., tile M nlli'lg Po-t i'HTi.M-
pondtiit state-, that be ha-ju-t ii-ei'rtai'i'"l
that- th" ri"vvs of fh" Pol te s tl Cl'! -pt u inv of
Melisehikolf's uitiinatiiiii is unfounded. 'I ho
l!ii-.-iiiu legation in Paris bns n c in"! no
news from ('"ii-tuntinopie of later dale than
the 1th. '1 hi' Porte s an-vv. r to Meti-ehi-kolf
w as t ) be sent on the ll;th. News is
anxiously expected iu Pans, but Pone has
'J be F.oui'se o;ieut"i lirni, and threes fir-t
c.'iln d at 'I t 1 . then ro-e to -1
S cue alarming rumors ,u -c,pu ii!,y Were
eiii'ii'i i'vil re', itive t i tin p-.o:ie of I" g -ti
111' il.- at C 'ii-t.iiiliii. pie, v.ii.eh pioi.i e!
un, :i -i i ii -s am mg-t -p. etil.it. -rs. It i
that tile Ib i'i-h tb , t had sailed Ir oi
for tin I'.ii'biin 11. -. Thii - to Oi Ii I!
10 - I .". all I !.- 1 at - I 1 " f '(' tie
the nioi.th. Fi.ir-an l half pi r cent-c! i-e-1
at It':t 7".
I ! en. de Th I -s... tl s.-.-rn-r f to" Po.y
technic school umlir L ui- Philip.', t'tie-' at
Pari- on the I !th.
A p .'ii-ioii of li a I'l francs i
i '!. Ir
! Iv to tl'e tvv.l
uv 1. r.tor ef tho
Tani-i t ' i ir-
heir- ,.f I
fl l s- ',!
the io-- of
beiiig 1 :.!
I tie 1.0
P. I pi ;ll 11
i'lilo li! -:;-.
pr -p.'t'iy was ciioriu r.v-, tiie
ly ii :-troye 1. I roni I - i,
il iv - -iinilav di-a -t .''iu- in .
ril uv ing of tii. 1 ; . IP 1 -,
M.'la-. Lie. Co.. a:. 1 l'
ill -tructiou had b .n
wi itt- agaiu-t tie
I'll- lleii.iio 1
III . "C il ,!,', o d
.." Mr S.nl. '-'
Tiie Mari 1 ;
' re.'- pt
p -une - n 1.1.
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