HICKOEY TEBSlsT, 1ST. C, JjNTTJAJEIY 11, 1872. USE wellSOld Year. reli -tYewrUWhcn other Xriends . f ttinga to the sad ndleu, " Arf e ei In alisenc&iis the sorrowing heart, J oat after fare tueeVell cqincr Jiow-d'ye- .1 But tiUtiL Did T&.r, tj&jMmv Thy cheerful days, thy 'happy hwm m ocr; T flTghT" d0mttiD Kir Ami from lr shades Uty sheBTetarn no more. Tlie summer JbirUa that with their truant wings Cleave the far -thcr of a southern sky, Anon, return, by bowergand gushing jiprip;.', To glad the wild woods with their mely- But they return not hour3 of Uss-Kwift stealing Away, away, on pinions Kight and pure. E'eu in their flight, thaffiitchless joys reveal ing, jr r Too fair to lastf o lovely to endure ! - .. ' In vain, wieaQBg hearts, and arms extcn ' '' flefl.'. We Wjirt jieir ; stay, and pray-that they may last;" . Uty glide away, too soon, with memories iVV;-..biided , . ' .-' That crowd tlie precincts of tile insatiate .! past, r .. ; : - ' ' ' .v s. '. Tlius yirawftoH by, anffeach and .every one' fejatcoes sometrea- ured happiness awiy ; ( Ak jpneeless 'heart ! reflect-rand aje there . ; ? none '; ' . , - That lat grh-fs witli tlieraf on wetr back ' '-'':iiird vfV? jf ' .'Vetfli'w lfall these r.?i'mar the rest ; 5'' W Jy depart, AO-care's dark hours go by ; And time hath jPvrirto heal the bleeding '. . 'i.T-nst, " - i ' - To !ry G,c fa' .n.n'te.ir, ainl lmsh the sigh. ... ' ... Or if a stnv regain, the henfy flew - ' " t ' Of sweet i aienibiance.-)tu!i M&y Uiesmart And soothe regrets' aiid klm'ile liope anew Blest antWute to -cao ; oh thankless v ' "-.. lii-nrtl , ' - .... ;.3 Yos, yers roll cu", yet wf i rcfore sew! them ' - - ; With reeords dark and sail t hear or. high? Oh! give theisi lmMi Avmtli. To MV! TY3 C Id Bachelor New Year Ob And'dle snow .1 :;h:i-'.!i !' wl Everj Year ; Nor do Summer )lo-.v,,m Nov dee Aiitmiin- fruii.e;- As it did ; the Mason.--1 lively Year. It is growing colder, colder l-'.very' Year, And I f. fl Ilia! I am .-i.l r I ac y Y. ; r A 1 1-1 m lo-i'- !. - . '.t-lit . o-l iu Ian. H"l i '-a ! , t)i. liai-il- m ow ;e,i;i -I , 1 ! rr .11'. "l'i, 1,. .-..iiiinu Li. ftii-l 11- K.-r - a I. And 1 l-.oj-v w;'."- u i N'. ai. ( 'an- I l'..r in-n !:!. -t - f--r i -- i!h l-a - -"a-i -.la i I.ovo i1- le and I'"-- n. i a la 1 ' . i . Yi-.ir. the da -. Il'.at 1 have -ts Y.. i v V. ar. And V.ie Iri- 1 1 -i -1 ; i i - 1 ia '.y I'm ! -. V. ar ; ( il: la - I hat ina.ht 1 I , 1 Tina- !o 11. alh i-'-i.n. .M il lil illl! a-- la II. Km iv V. ar. Sad ;.ial -ail. In h- Kei V- ar. Y"ilha l'--.r..- -I: i l-iary V.ar. To l.eliold earh i-h-om faded. And lo know we inieht have u;;u An innnonal inland l-vaa!rd Hound tlie year. ifany a -i-e-1 1 al i- - Ve.u t-y YiV.r l'hidi- me that o h-n. Yi-ar 1-y Year. Kveiy early comrade ! i pine In the rhnivii yaro, wn.iiiei .1 alone, enwi i-l. am cr, . jiii l-ery Year. Bl.l.snKUS oF 1 1 A 1 1 1' 1 INK . It' there ts anv defect mure -t l iking : lian another in Ann ruan character, il i luishfiilncss. Yotiug Anu riea. in par ticular is atl'celod 1'V it. An iin idi nt is mentioned by a correspondent, who was desired by his aunt to oer ; neighbor thaw's ami m-c if In- had an straw for sale for Idling h,ds. -Mr. Sbaw,T said our intormant. "was , blesseil with a'- goodly number of Miss Shaw's, and I theretort h Jittle timid at encountering tlu ui. make the matter worse 1 arrived i " as the family was seated at diun. r Stopping at the doorway hat in !, a Iteinmered out: Mr. Straw can -ap! me enough shaw to til! a i rfha';,r' r. UW(J1,W replied the old. en t-:.-! nrs:c around at his laruv fat ' an. '.'Li'ing themistak-. 1 jikUt-ipt i can how maiiv w.ii - Be! -I J&M lver. tho-e liat. fulfi'w: ' iHtnnnghter. ai..i 1 - li P - 1 iri r cold sweat." iTiiocriit has a sS$S33)p 'Jr4 raid - on negioi s in Sail ICb: -Missouri. A pei-on 'Jkene-" -'W" hanging am lead the road. - o! el, Mi:: y. , . . !i- ii a ! 1 , ;:::::, v -a". Hera! i -lis. lb- in- l-.v 1 i.nn. . -, of r 1 i. lio.-.l o-ic. (, h , ,( ' "! ' v. tin- arts ,d 1 MMM.-v vr.ui..N' ..r v,r.v.i. "' ii h.g a! -1 tin U of priming v.-ere es- Am; I believe ill the lb.lv , FOR Tur. CAROUliA JEAGLB,ju,; -., EDUCATION.1 I Man is a prcssive being. anA un der the impulse of different desires nnr! aspialions,'the conflicting tide of humanity Keip the intelligent wy:m , quivering, beneath the impetuosity otj their movem whether citf . lu tlarts and holts at all others, not conforming to the sante avstcm. with . a malignity that would do credit io the. ' aborigines, ltnA to-mori jw retires he- lore i.ue ijnci 01 uuouiei i-iukiuv viudic'Jvie. But while these dilFercnces of opinion prevail among different par- ties and sects, all agree th::t eduei.lion is absolutely necessary, if not as an end to he obtained, at least as a rn-wns to obtain their specific ends. A feT centuries ago all this vast rc- . I gion wiiose fertile soil now viehls the i miiustnous laborer an ample reward . ed by llev. Mr. Thrall, leading pastor . p,,,.,,,,, and m.-asures mankind gen for his toil, and whose rippling streams of Km:mll,i Kpiseopnl Cli.ireh. -New t.r.lllv 5n his own half bushel. Sucha i ..:i. l ..: : ..... . .. . ami ougui, oiwc. ami r-iiiem i-.i-i,-. and beauteous flowers, all contribute to give hcE.lth and happiness to thou b 11 ands of the Caucasian race, was an unbroken wild, whose dense solitudes . had never been disturbed, save by the panther's cry or the savage war whoop. ; But now a change has come over the face of the land. The tall sjiires of the populous cily may lie seen ujion thai plain where once the savage ig-; warn stood, and the bones of the In-1 dian bave been exhumed from the ; cailh to give space for the scpuUiuc of the Ctiristian. And best of Col-. leges and Institutions are springing up all over the land, and people are liecprbing prosperous and hapjiy in proportion as they are becoming edu-. cated. - -. ! It is the strong intellect of man, op - erating with the faculty of language , ed this wonderful change. Thus the gathered experience of fathers was ini'.iiic 'i 1 10 uieir cnii'Uen. ann who ework.wi . In- lii-'.U-r urn ersfom i i a::s - h-ld "ToWll -llllil OlellliO l- . . I na-, lai-.i-m-;. ma.s.ng i-mguag-- -ei man. -i.i (,;...,;. t ,.- . ;! and ( iv r ol 1! -. who ....... ,. , ., eruiuiiv. repiici-uie vounj: man. tl :i 1 1-1 . ,-n-1 enlarging inevitably h !; rr-.-e. l!ie l-'-rl,. r ,, . '. . .. . , . 1 iiiii a iiii-i 11:111.' , ,; I- -en s ,,f K, I hn- -..g.tl:. r. 1- w.-i.ip.d and gh.iiii.d. ... ,. ,., .. , , . , . .. - 1. -n , , ,. - I 'Iwbl-.i t ;:e name 1 r a mechanic. i,.- v.ah hiau a: !.,. 1 o: .-, , , : ,. I,.. .....1. . )-., ' . I - ,. , 1. , .. 1 1 ; n ro..:v. .0 . .., , I'-miv. ami 1 n,i 1 1 ,,, . m... , .,-,.t t ,-...- . mi i ' ioti is i M-en i.ir-i' ed ici.i .,i:i. i.i;..v.. i . .11.. 1 i - .1 ;,-..-, ..1 v .... . . 1 : . . ' ' 1 1 1 , , , . . . ,' man i-ited tliat voimg la.iv. JTeis r-a-a h, . p, !.-:i!mng mih-i m-. , -i 1 1- ivini--i..n of ins : :ind 1 iook ,, ' , , ' ....... . now a wcah'.v man. and has cue ot -ai ,i- a Pol a 'i-l". w IO--1- iiii'inarv -m-,-'- -...l .,. ... t ... !..... 1 " ''' l---o-l ..e Olio 01 :- ill l-e-UI-1-ee.l..l) o! t Le Heal ai,-: T.VelS!-'.!. " J- o r t he fr m t o f 1 1 , , r mi hi -1 i-i'iiii 11 111 ii:-. e.-.iinn tui ,1 !:- ;!-a- nae oceiiri'ei I ; w:i-.Se ;. i.i.- ..f the w. lid to e-Kile. Allien. ' iiaumeiit aii.-d'.y.ii-g the tre.-.urs .f 1 w vi i-i..v . n-i, and tri,t!i. ) the W"i'-I -v-p in si 10. in -I,-., 11 - -.1- m 1 111: .i 01 Hie All' lielmve 111 the . y 1 ,1 -r f 1 1 mc-i-lia 11 n- is 1 low t he wi le ot a nii-L-rabie K.-r -ubime a: .! niananging law- ..f i.a- '. 1 - - - . ;!a- I.or-1 ami (iiver oi'lii'. . v.ko ... , . , , ', 11,-1,,,, '--ol a rigu ar vagrant about grog- l : v. an-1 1. .- ! : 1- ,;j ,, ,H .. ;, ,-,., r. :!;, .. .,.;. ,; ,k--r , -i , , , shops mid the -olt. verdan.. si v. ;:"- ' 1 ' 'ihr-mgh t!,.-,,, p.,.,,-,,,- ---::: ho. wi.allo- I'atker a!,-l Sol, ' ...... . , im-mable girl is oblige 1 t-i take in iar in!-. 1 m 1 ; 1 a i. -a- Cle:i 11 i;,.-.i v ..I t..g.-ih.-r. i-t Wor-icp. d :rd l.-riii.-.! . . , .... . 1 - w-i-hiiig. in or-'.i-r to -a. 1 port l;,-r.-il! inu ' ' " e,n 1:1; . are to e -inc. ami w,,,, spj.k,- by the l'l' -pleis. ; J 1,,-. , 1 , and ciiiMi'i n. "li""'' "I'd nl-rniii-.i ln-ve 111 one lady ('Imii-ii ui.iv,-rNd. i ,-, , - - , ,,- . . , , , J' 1 011 Mi-bke the n.-inie (d a iiiecn:!!:!;-, 111U--1 nt th;- minne:f. 111 eMy coim, r A ml I look for t he iv.mu ivi 1 i-n of 1 in- I ,. . , ,, ... . , ' eh .' 1 oil wh'-e b:oi:,eiv ai,. but Well ol .he e:,nh are wa-.-hmg mal la-e.,,-.,. , . . ;, :.!;;.,; i ; u- ; ,:, . , . . . , , i I -.alei-i. V. .- 1 :t- anv gii! who ::-,.-l- i-,-.l I'm e rv 11. v. p;.. ;...iaeim P r .!.,- pn;- - i; ' ,.'.-,,, ,. .... , i- -1. vi r-bili'. -oft. -i to think I ! ' '!.-r.-.:rpr....:.-..i.g;i..- 1 i.--.,vor.i- ;;; ,- ;.,;,, ?,. Vy v . ... , . w.lM-d. f . j ,:p.j .., ,. . . , . ,' "' a V-mlig m: I; !.:; l-e.ag a ineell.illle 1 . ,- i ,. , , ... . -" " 'V',' "lie of Cod's 11- 'h in. e. a ii.wt dig- '" ll '"' '' 1 "i me' - of I.-li. ii,;. I- Ito-r. . . ,- :',- ,; ., ,., . ; , ., , . . . .. I -'-': ri . V' :-:g mao.-. :,c.v 011 t l'.i-ioii oi our l.-ml , . . , - 1., ,.,-r:. ,1, ,,c 1:1,:, .11 , ., a, 1 1 j,; ; , . ;, , , ... , ; , , . ... ' 1! . , , . . , ... a 1 . - . - 1: 1; 1 -a- - . - 1 ,v I - .1" a 1 1 '. 1 1. -. ! . .r a-nl ''mm. on ii.; .!.,:-.:-; ,:. , ,.- : mod.- of 1 ai ; i - ; . , . , " 1 , ,.1 1: . 1 1 ... , : , . , .... , . . . V"U lliilV ..: il.-V I e ii llie'l;:.! to "la o '"'t :loeoi,:rol the .-ublie body, r.nd U.-j., Tfe wimh- haptisim.l .-ni.-r is its.,,,., "Pb.-;.-.:.,. aafmi . .;., -m i.n,-.a. , .. , ...... .-. . ..L , i-ar neiu-r m m.-.-mug,. .,,ewi:i n-,, . ' -" ...o v - nil ... I. Ill ,1. . ii. Ot 1 llO- . , ,. , . . , v e':in-'. s tl,:,; , :,::P ,.. -...'.-.. ,. - , l'-'d v-"' 1 h ad l.vs, M-g-. J- welrv .,. t..i-.,.r . - "r- .- - - - 1 .- e-i;i "! li ! ' V... .u :,, it- erv ,.::v. .1. , m,.. 1. 'r, , ... '.. l-n-z-i.ne-ami pomp.--;-v . an-l tak.-t-. 1 Iihievr ,,u- :, ,-. ... .... , ,.' . !' 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At 'barge an tie fan. : i, ,,- , , vi:., . -M,,m.-f - n-nii-ij, r ' ; ,m, J a ,m , ,i-i. -n h.-fi i K... he-'.-r tlu-v "ii -hem. w hi,-!, are f, , j.,- ,,f :,..,'., ; ! a v-- .! ib.i! , ! 1 the Pm- for i!x- '("' 1 As it -;,r ., :t f - - m;, la- ., a- g-lii.- aie-.-t i-t i-ii- I p-'.' "':.'., ! --:",;; : -n - -1" " ; ; 1 w--li i. It ;s 1 "' 1 m. iv . ntr.i,.- ,.f ni-a :;..,, : , x. s:-ir;!ii.gp..:-.t5..c 1 :.: . ' ' -h-' 1 ho-- injmi. . itatb.,;:-. (;;,;;,i;;,y ,- .1, 1 - - , .. . " ' ;!'.! eeiit 1 lav - 1 :-'e - t1,-,1 ", ..- w ;.. I. - i : a p 1 la -1 -,-v. I ..! - ii..: ' - iV-,!:, ' !.' ; - llol- . be, I a,, ;, ,,t , .i,.-..; v ; ; 1 . , , , i " - - . , U, ,!!.-w- !: la-U-eh.-l-i -ixy wi'h g, ;,i -! .... , v- - ha- a- eX "v o iliit .-M.-.e to dwc.,: :,p,,u .,.v ,.,. j u.. ,jr. v' r h Ti i' i; : ,.., .., p,.; ,. ., ,,,, ; P;!'- i--;l "fr. Our i, - are, that :.s the in- nuini -.:-. 1 m i!; ( ., ,- ;. . 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' , . . . 1 : : 1 . -. . . : . : :, ::, x : ..... ; , . . . . . . - . -, la j .,,:, ...... ., ; , .1 - ,. , - .. ;.(.:! : .;. :.-- j- - - -: a . 1 .. 1 1 a - -. o I, ,- -. -g . ; ,- ,-ng g.- - in a e nig agio m ar ' " ' ' '- : :- ' : - ; '-.'.::, .- v.;, :. 1 ..if Ua -f i- g I -- : . : i- -.. ,- i- -h " l'i.iii:; - w..- :. ;i-.-:-.'. r. :.:,-! -ai-l : I.ak--'i w ( . J.i dep. -t. on the ; c m. h.fii. .. ': g. T: - gii p.- ,; P,g if..;.. ' i :- I;'"--'.- '! M :-' Li-oh liiie Ib.ihvay. day !a-t week. The ur ph -v.u :a m ... ,i:i;h;,. , r bn; , .1,,-,. a ,r.y, bi,,:,-,,f im s,.r, if-' a.t.a- " I, . . : 0 .-- v g ...11 b-.:;'- w.-u'.d il'i-'e .lli.tedly li.-iv- en-led bi-i-. while we ;., ;ip, ,... j" .. . ib-.m. -hall linger on the l:e:;i"h and i11'' th:,: ''...,-.tvi, 1 : !:e i- 1 in a lraw ha-l in. I tin- litlc dog pulh-d ' ,, .. ...,:,,".' ' '."--j'T 1 "" lir,:-;'' wi'i fin - daily kindled, where ti.m of - i! h- r tlinme-." And if the hi ant; goni-t. ..ri the track aivl held . . ... . ..in a.,,:,,.! -r,:n. 1 !.c lun.g'.i ,.;f,.. f ;l e..,;;, i,;. ,!...! ,iM-, -:. ::.- -ignsot i:,:n t!i'-:v utiti! a tram came along. I liat;..,-. v. ,. . : to .-an e,.Ls.-;,a;. :. ri. the :im- -. w .;jd -P.P ami -men's TP,- Pfh- ,1.. o-,..:-'i,-.l ,l..n-n iml . 'as, c L 1 P.-- . f oth,---. . Our ': 1 ! - : '- ' ing;;: - hoi." !i. v.. ;e f ., g '.. 1.1 f, t f.-a r an i tin- t:..iii w.-iit -v--i; him witln.tit hurt- iiUe'.h-etu.d nr.-l ;....ral fn-iifi .i,..f , f r h -viiig .. ' . : i ti-.t are ing bin., v. I..!.-;;..- big d-.g was ground ' I V- ''.'.I h.-- v ' .- -: 1 .'. e. v.-.!' : 1' - - - ' " t. . - : - 1.1. . "h i 1 vir s 1.. ui 1. a- tiieir tab, ii:-.-, ... 1 u..-p . ' - - ' : . , . ' ' 1 - in . e , , ,;,.c h- . i.-v v - - - h i-ro-ii.'-i -i to i.i-i e this a-ertioti Irom ! t.mougli it as ti.,.ir mstrumcnt up..,:, e - mm -i: L m. " -., ;. 'm' ,;!,. ...... fei..,.-: . " K,;.- Ila'wav a -'cut of tlie .,tatiuti. the surrounding universe: iWhilc fea- f tened to the oody, thejeioxt'):andeom pcCed to i receive all our -impressions, and enact alt our deeds through, it, it ; is a matter .of -gtt'iaomet Trkat. ita i best condition .and deyeldprrfent- "de mna. - , ff - V XJod... niinselfrjilaef.the -phYsical that her name has ever lieen engraved upor the palms of his hands, did lie deal with her in her earlit days. ex- eept us we .leal with children -. educa- lihu i,ri u appc:us i'j liie .--enses, in jni.ressive foims, ordiuaiK-es, eere- monials and svinlj-iU. l"i ;st that which is natural." says St. Paul, '-and then that which is spirit u:d." to bk cuN'tiM kk THE EIMBCOIMI, SCHISM. 1 he L moil 1 ra.ver hook, mtroduc- 1 oiK. into tile- SCl'VICC Ot lliat ( llUl'cll. js t'uhlNhed. it . ,,, t.,i i c Jt 1 notable lol lt l.ll- Doit-mt btur-'ical changes anion''- ;iioii.uil luiiiu.u ea.uiis. .1111011 1 which are the followin- 1. Simplification of the ,-r of Se! vice-. j 2. Avoidance of repel itinns. ' i .'!. Kxteiii(.in of the ta!-le of Sunday lessons, i-o as to ensure the reading of a double portion of the Scriptures. j 4. A greater variety of chants and 1 prayers. ."1. Oniis-iou of Controverted and - doilbi fill eXpl'c s-ioli'. il. New l'liihrieal expressions, so )i ej-aied as not to restrict the inher ent libci'y of every minister and con-gn-galii-n. Instead of the Thirty-nine Articles. 1 of Religion, there arc thirty-one. and 1 the Creed is changed by the omission of phrases to which" the UpLieopul ..jYk-tCUi'rcU lias eiung w n n gr. at tonaeiiv. I his important alteration n the Creed which is reallv the keynote of the ins itniiortant alteration .11 tlie l reea wliu-li is reallv ttie Keynote 01 tin , - , 1 ' That was the last time ' 1 ' ; ... ... .. .. , ... in- I 1 -Hie- b - ., v . ,,, p. ',:. .1 ...1 1..,. 1 111: Uo;::.:. To M-.i- iv -,:,. I HE NEVER ADVERTISES." There w a lirlgbt picture ofLtheman irbo. doeS nt, advertise. ' He is distin uished.Vtiy easily by bis careworn andejectMnoimterianee. He is gi-a'spingl. fiolihj .fast to what be has, and looks Vipoa all, tfustj&iners with dis trust. Tht' tiniserlV- q-iCThess with .it.- . - r. , r. 'i..jr? , . . , jttngooms XOPT patrons, ana tnej gt ;div leave him. His store is anything but inviting, as the goods ai-e not dis- i 'laved at nil nd a bleak apieaiance ; of the walls is the consequence. At ; ni-i.t he liirbts his st ore with the poor-1 f r. P i, , - , ., est quahtv of caudles, winch throws ' , a pale glimmer over his goons, giving thein nil old and dusty iook. At his : store you will be certain to find mean j whiskev. soft soap, damaged groceries ! ; , ,' . il i T r i ! : and drv goods all last year s fash- - b i ions. kc. ite seiiioin gives anything , r,,r ;,,.,.,1,.,n..,,t i,.,;tni .., 1. ..I..,. l...n.l 1., . i -steamboats, t.-h-o-i-o, .1, lines or nnv 1 hi. in neiei no i- tei uniiu i.iuiud-ia, .- c ,i . 1 1 tc i 1 tiiingot that kind. If lie balance oi mankind were like liim. stage coaches j would be the only public conveyances. here great cities now stand, a few double pen log-houses- and a bar-room would Tie instead. Colleges and schools would never have been thought of, and blisstul igui fniice would now ign supreme. He is never posted on the topics of the day. nor is he informed in regard to commercial affairs, be cause he shuts himself off from that source of information by discounte nancing the press, the only means through which it can be attained. And when he dies he is not generally la mented. SIIT. YVOlJ.nVT MARRY A MECHANIC. A young man eornnn need lisiting a ' young woman, and appeared 'lbe wt ilea-ed. Ine evening h.- cilli If when 1 . was quite late, which Idl the young lady to e:nprie where he had beta. had to work to night.'' 'What, do you work for a livin niiiuireit 111 air-ni-::.ient. the young THE ECLIPSE OK THE SUX. On a Hue extending from the South Pacific Ocean, northwestwardly thro' Australia, Ceylon and British India, to the Arabian Sea. there was a total eclipse of the sun, on Monday the 11th int. The scientific companies especially detailed to make observation of this eclipse were one English company in Australia, and another in f!vlnn nrl "OAti ur twu'Br terras la tKxfefamijbr trjMg-is42? of Java. ,-a. Since the introduction into these observations of the photograph, and of that wonderful instrment, the spectrosoobe.thev have become exceed ingly interesting. From the forma- tion of the lines of light on the lens of spectroscope the burning substance from which the light is drawn can be . . . h .. , j , . ascertained. 1 hus it appears that the rays from the sun disclose a large pro- portion of iron among the eombusti- bles which make up that stupendous lobe ofnre; and that the same degree 0I" heat applied to our atmosphere i, , would speedily reduce our little planet tn lu- nf o-na Thn r,l, nnmo, f these eclipses of the sun, however, whictvmen of science seems most anx ious to get at, are those immense pro jections of flame reaching Jout beyond ijvviawiia mm. .i i- .1 . i i . me line oi me moon s snaoon irom - .1 , '1 - 1 11 n-i But the onost.ion mnv hp asked. Y lmt does it signify?; We answer that in solving these mysteries of the sun and the moon we shall soon know how to predict the changing season on the earth and in different parts of the earth from year to year, so to enabl na tions and communities to provide for season of plenty alid seasoisoi drought and famine. Our Signal Service Bu reau is doing good work in this direc tion, but when we get into the myste ries of the sun, its light. iieat and elec trical force we shall know much more. We expect to learn something which will ultimately affect the price of but ter from the scientific observation of this eclipse. Is em York Jfcrald. , REYISION OF THE BIBLE, . .it-;: " A meeting of Episcopal Divines naa been held in New York, at wbicn t-one erend lean of Chester, delivered an address in which lie sail Changes of much importance eoul be made without impairing our geii- al vci'Mon. In the eoi-tlc to the , Kphesians dmibtshad ari n. from the 1 absence of the usual salutations. wheth er it was really the work of St. Paul. 11 several manuscripts the words Knlie- us had read Laodieea. or i.'olos-i, but dlM-oVerv ot t he Ml nil tie m a II user I it tool SetileU llle ipleSiloll. l-ee:ilse a blank was found in the t;rt vr. w here tin- w en d -)ihe-.us si ands in our t ranlat ion. Drovi:i'r it to have been a ,,1.,,. i,,u,.,. tl,,. 1,1-mL- to ho ftlh.,1 !n aeeording to which congregation it was sent. In the -aine bo -k. chapter Iru.t ic - ir- it is in all gi m .on, ik s and ml truth.") tin- wor-1 ml. ri-a-t light. hv change whole 1 etitext i- illuminate. 1 and made to shine in all its graceful beau! v. In 1. Timothy 'vi.. fi. the ep:es-ion that main 1- go,i ine-s s.,oii. lea, -g.nl- ine-s is gain." Not even a ini-er would pretend t!i. i1 th-- !ir-t iscorreel. 'urthi-r on it say. "The ove of mon ey is the root ot all evil. II it is the root there could be no other radix. It .-hould in.oear. I.ove of money is a o,.t of all e il." Ill the (bi-pcU tin oft-used ".-train at a gnat and swallow a c.'lUlel is evnieibiv a in. splint ill uie e-!i Kngimh editions. When it is ! --s1 i ,11 out a giiiii ami swallow a earn,.: i'i- rmm-eTion 01 me ngure m -(en. In Si. Luke's account of the where Nothing worthy Vifdeatii i- lean- imt,., lim." it,.- -iib-tii uiioii of "bv" for more logical ami correct. In st. .lohn. "One told and one Miep- mrd." a ciia ng, which carries a w 1. h-r. kindlier sense tli.-.u the words of the nt version. I lie Anglican ( hure wa- n-it a: i og-p ing anything ill Com ing :n;.- wa.iK. an-l the o--l jmioi a. w.i- that. Apierica was inwU-i. nicn-ation and absorption of v fiSSi'hge of temperature inv- piaShice very singular re- i- reiTed t hat at a bad in llus- looin had become VeVv 11 and 'In- air very inois:. s(,.n(. of a-i ic- fainted, and iii-iaiP !y all ot :ai!.a!:t- nislied to tin- windows to in open. I mis, ni-tcad 01 ;..- or two w im i- -w -. all t he in t he ia 10I11 wei e lliinwii wi- tie ii;-l.lt wa- - 'a il a .-U-hh ll a .'. 1 j.ir aii-i iov, ei i ng of t lie 1 -., iii- that tlie mois- ure ipi'at, -1 i.l the form ot .-u-iw. c W a- pl e-ellted the -iiigiilar t a heavy s-iow.-r o; -how- FcnctCation. There is great care lessness, if riot ignorance, in the mat ter of punctuation, whereby much misunderst tanding arises. Many per-1 emulate tlie aucieat writers. out nil tnnrku or divisions sons even in leaving out an marK or uivisions over his door. " hat do you ink I vou a shave you for nothing and drink," which was interpret y some to imply an easy shave aa4 ajno.rningJ,ily-my CiV?."lffwaa t-tilfeU f Jtbe nowevgr,'wa8 not tbe Mieahing'of 0 Si worthy tonaor, who, on WWfefeSW" V WLfi ed before the magistrate foKjw W J M1 can't workfaud we haven'fr seemed a clear case of ueception"-e.- claimed, "What ! do you think I shave you for nothing and give you a; drink ?" Points were first used by Anstopb anes, a grammarian of Alexandria, 200 years, IS. ('., but were not gener ally used until the modern systera.wai introduced at the beginning of tbe sixteentli century by a learned prshir of Venice named Manutius. Punctu ation not only serves to make -ail Au thor's meaning pl.-un, but often. 'Area I it irom wing enure.iy miswnceivea. And there are many cases bere a change of points completely alters the sentiment. The following ,snecdot&jpf an English statesman, J ho once toj) advantage of this fact.to free, feinAelf from an embarrassing jpo&ttion, ia an a mn sin it illnat.rt!oH'-.,J"? - L$fsr'r H.riB, v.i.nn.iffi'irleaheaAjcttlnff excited as government witksfjdishoneatyyba .yrg Ti3B Vll.lltl.'r .tll' ,V4MVVf, V alM reipured by Pitjjan.ent, nnuera heary penalty, puh.kjfjj-.l9 retrisct the accu sation in tbj&JiQiise'ef, Commons the appoiirfed time he appeared wftb a written -recantation 'which ' he- "ieaii aloud yji llo-sf i'i Said b jlis honesii.fil is true 5 and I am sorry "fc it." , pfhi. was satisfactory ;;bntwkat wasthe surprise of parltanicut the fol-i lowlndJy.see' the xctractjoa priifc' ted in th;rftpe"r thus f-H saidhtf was dishonest ; it ia trne, and Lam jsorrj? for it." By a simple transposition of theqomma and semicolon, theingeuf-' oaar'Blandereis ,. represented himself .to the country, aot only 'as having -made no recantationbut ey-eii as JiavlB te iterated the charge in- the, f ery face of iBarliamenW . -r. V iliE jAWiiONE of ''a err a t. Yes terday, says the Helena (Montana) Cm -rtlr of the 1st. in company with (Icorge W. I'oote. we took aj'ide into the foot hills among the miners, and being invited to dine with Richard and I Xill Kennedy, two miners and ptopri- i etovs, who i . sido m ar t'ne head' of tlie j ry (iiilcii,, we tarried for a -vihlle and partook ol their hospitality.-;, t ,..., .., .... i. : i a. ...i ... .-i 1 niii: n i uiiuMi u.-i r. iiiuii u; , 1,1- , 11 ...1- WIS 'Ol (-i,,i1ti,-i,,U ' jawbone containing live white glisten ing teeth, and mil in perfect state of ' preservation. Tin iawbont-m easured 1 twelve inches in circumference. Mr. Dick Kenedy informed us that in com- ig up tlie .Mis-nun river, live years ago. the boat homed at a po-1 and a panyot white-came in Iron, the l"'r-1 suit or :, thievuig band of Moux ; one .t t ... l..itf 1 ,,. inn- ,n,. n. 1 , r- ' 1 tin lol. 1 1 . i 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 vt 1 " 1 1 Iv" 1 1 1 1 i 1 ry- ossession, ami stat--i that an Indian scotil who accompanied the whites h-i t ii' 111 into a grove of very tall lives, and pointing up to when- a stretcher was laid acro-s from one tree to :nj otln r. nearly lmi (Vet high, informed them that on the stn-1 h,m was laid the body of the gn at Indian giant, the grand-father of tlie celebrated Sioux warrior lbd ('loud. Some of the par te climbed 'o the str.teher and cut away the f Ii! gs. and the skeleton fell to the ground and of coiir-e was 1 broken. The party placed tin- limbs and body together and it measureo t "iiinefeit and two inches." Tim un- der jaw. which i- nmv in - he posos-ion cf Mr. Kennedy, w-,s carried off by' -.H- of the p.-rty. an-1 Mr. Kennedy. I miglil it for s-,i. Jt i- indeed a relii- ': of ;ui en , -m. us liiinian being and it can be s,.(-:i ,-..t Mr. Kenued's cabin at any time bv t'ne curious. j 2T"Tlie A s'levilh- I'imi;r says shortly after the arrival of the mail at Wchter. on Sunday, the :24th ultimo. ; Henry ('. Cannon, postmaster, hoisted I the- w imlow for t lie pu ! ,ose of get! ing ; more ligiit. and -hortlv thereafter put his head out for t'ne purpose of blow ing his no-e. and whil--so doing. Ham say I Mils caught that prominent organ lictween hi- ! numb and gave it a se vere twit. -h. C.-iniion. -rna rt -ng w'pli pain and imligm-ii t at the in-ult which ha-l be.-n i . il. r, -1 him. drew his pi. in and tireii at IhlU. tin- bail entering his tie-fh. !;-! "Igingtwoi-f hi- let th.a-id cutting oil' a i-or'ion of his tongue. A p'.iy -:cia:i was -oou brought to his relief, who is of the opinion, that while the wound i- not likely to pioe mortal, it will hereafter prove an im- dim- nt in the sih-.-cIi uf Dills. A v I i:p.k khknt I'.m:kot. "A par i"' !"-l.?igihg to .-orne fri.-n-ln of rnin.-." -a i a writer, ai--! lie vfti.-li-s for the .ace,jia--y of the .-tor'. '-was generalhy taken on; of the room when the fainilv ascendih-d for graver, h-t he might take P j,,-., pm h. :,d to join irrevi-r-tlitlyin t; n-spoii-eR. Oncevening. however, hi- pres. nee hapK-nel to : uiim,! iced, ,-ind he was forgotten. "For come lim-: he maintained a de corous silence ; but at length, instead of 'Amen.' he came out with 'Cheer, io-.s. cheer.' Orr this the butler was1 i-rk-i! to r. move him. and had ',,t a- far as tie ,-or with i.-.rn thinking tl hen the bird, perhaps t';ii committed himself. t he had'- d had I--tier ao- ri, . called out. "Sorrv I siioke." t'fjui Uid ai-d A for bti . HAW HIM FIFTY JBETTERa i i .Xear i a late New Jerfecy bampice'fe:.'', g, to clrgj-mei"i PfV'll lafUiodis -.were' irfsgfeW Uif (; . i:ia!1 i51 ' I a iule prl OB-a atone; wko-T 3l8 weeping bittcrljr. What i tif nitter m little girl ?H ofted the Bap kindly. t . vvf. lo cat .imfityirt know what to tfcjt fobbed tlKKtittlo ifirL crying rt If b.beirt wot&t break-A truly la Jf5?ntabie cue; I do imjljtl pity you,"' saictths Baptist. frila$ffhewcfc Jifctying some ice-cream li'' could not k,IIow much do yoa .pity her pother C.? . I pilv lierfirC dollars," 31ed ths Methodist,as he puta A" into t'A guls lap. i 'l double 3-0111- pile, Brother P.," t 6 Baptist brother said, as he slowly ;f cwl an X over the V. l,I go you f .better," the Methodist brawled, as Ij put a ten on the other money. 'T Sia?er joaijs6take, Brother P.," and .tile's BaptfSfc clergyman's expression 1.' - . -V-l f . . . 1 V W " ' w 'J V i-t' " A A.I iijudly increasinjf p3c,"'i,(; i hledBrotberleA aM arew'itithl fi i note and n! jced the sum with the little Kft,J aidthcBapUst.ulu V H&dly ilpV that he ha4 got aeail' of , . ; $hroJ$j$iai' lirothci! in Hthe Lord , f otfyralieInthejppoliVfoi,y'tt'' 'lnjfcd potf ana puebiedi "both my v ftkajt- nd njieU BUdicft'li- lotk LMfT r'okei' Then they waJked off- Y Umiiia nymnrbwmbat'e'. . w M like c know iswhat. did those . c .'gj msmt do before tho-T"were coiv : V 'Wr'r ' . 1 " " :Ami sinii Incthknt. Puring the re el "it annual 'onferenee of the Met ho d'A Episcopal Church South, which afdemhlcd in Portsmouth, quite an a 111 ising incident occurred at the Afri-c-h'V Mctliodir-t Church which is connec U' with the Northern branch of Meth- of4istS. The Conference delegated the l-v. lbilM-rt tt. Ibiiion to address the . ,1 . , ,. . . ,r et-ored brethren in reference to cllcctJ- ,.iif . a conciliatory spirit or jierinanent ac uesion to tin Church. J-oiitii. J he It -v (Ti.titl, mun -u-l,.. 1,1- the Wfiv i ?,, u' .. ,1 r,n.i 'i,ia rann in a most cmHUblo mMiincr. Ui tMk fi.r liis tfxl-lhe very njipro- rtriitc nrrl (tiii tlinn with ns W(. wi ,() t p jj,,,,, ; , 1Il:iu.rlv ., Scriptural nn( jn hu - ,i(.ation ,,p was 11 qjrrect in hi- appeal to his hearers to it. in the adhesion to Church. South, srd what effect w as produced, may le j Slged from the concluding services (if tc pa-tor .n chaagc, whom he calleal I'Kin to close the exercises, lie arose ?fcd a-lted the congregation to unite in fVigiugthe following hymn : p Je-i-,-, great SliepRid of the -ldp. To Tin c for lii-J , wa- 11 y : f- Thy little Him k in sifi-ly keep; J oi O, tin- wolf i.- nmli ; . t lb- i ome. of In -11 1 li tnnliee f nil, To .-:iti-r. tear an-1 -lay ; He -,-:, ma r -ti ntrglii, oul A- his own liiwfnl irey. i M'c opine a few of the hearer, and perhaps the speaker, felt a little tlirrp- 'Itobb. 'in-s are ione in a gen tle! chaiming ininner in thi Kl Dorti rlj of the Far West. The Other d.-iy, rrt the stage feft Ph-icerill tor l'laeer, V''ylls. l argo Co's agent piaecd in po-driver's ear a box i-oiitainlng (l. rtf in dust and coin. This fact, was nC-ed. snd when the driver readied a p- nt aliout halfway lM-tween tin; two He -'lisv he found the 'road fenced ai. osh nnd a robber sitting opxnitc h- ;i with a regular arsenal of weapons di -po- d around him. .M islsi ,pj y:l. ares wrw pointed in disagrecnblc prox iji.itv to tin- driver's heml. an I a voice; 'sa d. "Hand out that 1m. x. or I'll blow y In ha-l oil'." There were two other in iiHn the stage, f.ne of whotn was :g' ned, but they thought it hardly a'-oitii whih'-" tonsi-t.and the nionev Wg3)s handed over. The robin r ecap-l into the woods with it. -f-CT"f" A correspondent of the l!al ejeli ( 'uroiiiuni, writing from (Jra : liVfrt. Alamance county, sriys : k'Ottr Cijurt adjourned to-da. The grand ' jilfy has U-en in scs-ion all the week itH'estigating the Ku-Klux rases. Tftm liills were found to-lav in nlmHt ' tw nt -live dill'i n nt cas.w for Kii-Klni "ontrag'es. Tlw-rc arc about, scent -' fi ve of these parties indicted in all. . Fisrhtccii of these are for the murder . of Wvatt Outlaw. A grent numlier K men have taken French leave front i lamanet since the commencement of o tins in vest i at i on. 'What a fliffererie- bet wen civif- ib.-fi mul net of rwd friendship; how .' 'fy to obtain the forme-, ami at .trues m iard to get the latter. S4v -in Iowa Horse snappea his 'nedv in scratching his ear with a bind -tAU;- 4xf ) J: - - i 1 , - - ' T . "' . I. " s ' . V I . ; t, . ' - 5: J

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