It : : fflLlffifc ttfffll IBB Mm iEMmimw
ftM ijjl.-TlilBD SEKIE?
Maimffturer of Cigars,
! MAIN STREET,
t TlnfftTlR To-
S "S can be bought any-
rfhcre 1hp. Tic choicest Hrands 'us lollowu:
iiK?ARiAL.inkbolc bixes,at $55 per thous
ahd; The SWAjK.in quarter boxes, at oO., iue 5
IlAf PAIMI.KN HI w'uole .boxes, ai
-T 1 ''ii'-. J r
l- M t-c.
An important discovery to prevent It L ST irr
if ncHL a u vairH - 1
ttHHirv will li cncenui y reiunueu. AHiat
I Ufl Clfvvl lull v iriuuuiui
frt-miri'il 11ml for Kale onl at
T t 11 fvwicoi
ytX. IJS ;
risanptis, Odcrlcss, Powerful Deo
dorize? (tm Disinfectant Kutircly
i' Harmless and Safe Arrests
i ; and Prevents Contagion. ;
H j ,
Vv& in tirivHte el)incn. hotels, rosfaurants.
Jul 11 ic m IihoIb. Iioiiitals, it sniie asylums, dixch
rii'H, prlsoiiH, oor-li)ii.s('8 on hliips, sUam-
ioiii, find n lenemenx iiouseK, niarkew, lor WiUer
ji'tHi uriaaLS, hiiiKm, Keiwei'8, ci'-poolit, btal.l8,
4cJ - j . -jj - .
iH Ai tiArifiiiin all j-nntrtrrinim and onfrit tn.1
in'ii, ii h f IioJera, typlioiil fever. s'iip fever, srfrall-
I(ti.xi. mrurlvt- fpver, ineaslcsi diseases of animals, Ac.
jrebnrwil only lv .
TM.(KV .t CO:, 1,76 Wir.um St., X. Y.
jjl itl Jy a 1 1 0 nig git. '
A xjew sua irj - .
LA BOH, TIME
Clothes & Fuel
Saved by the us of
ir and Pricci Liat.
LO't;KWOOPf EVERETT 4 CO.,
PuU Agent for jii.. si-t. of virt.ia, N rh nt Suth
vsrrt ina, . enrol l ami M riiia.
T EE S.
Fruit and Ornamental,
For Aiiltiiiiii of 1871.
We invito the attention of IMnntpr! nrw'
to onr lnrgian-oiii)ilete stock of
ianunr.i mm. iw ri J-run i recx. ;
kap VineswHd Small fruit. j
UriiaOitHitnl Trees. MnuLs and Plants.
New aixl Uaii' Fruit a ml Urnaniental Trees.
jnuiuoa lower i:iots.
I Peseriiptiie ami Illustrated, priced Cntilogues
"nt prppilid on re eija ol'staniih. as'Vollows:
i-rruit;s. hi.-, .ml ' umatimitiil Trees,
lUf. No. 3(ireen-l
' itdc Xa.i 5 Hn llt. two
i j II P 'KLLWAMJKIt ,tj.KUY.
Mablislicd I8l0e ltocl fster, N. V.
u. 1 .
i 'Baud Leaders.
;For wniitliinK interestinr, send wm addrcFS to
(;,Klt(IK V. (.ITIX I'rTiikfoi t, N ; V. ,
AiSr$ WAMl li fr the
mwsmbsioy of life.
ICbCRtKuUii thIc Natirk u Htou.kr or not Mascd
ilm ir t ox, Ky lu. Napiik 8,'i uit . t of !. IMiv i
cuulirnor W.mk." it relttv Iuthk malk sex; Ufuil
'f nfm fang; (frlicule but . 'tiurVpokvtv;1 an I tntpa ar ;
Muh'l tndorttd ;cU ri My. 1 trul. Prlcv f.
A4Ar-M Ut eotitiftn,. Ic , J. Ftl:t'e It Co., 1'u- lul,
r, lhiU'd. Iphln; . ;
THE CUIirAI RAISED.
llow it is done, ami wlio docs it. Hie Alena Pook,
1.3 naires. irorireouslv illnstnitil it'.. , ,
tions, Ac! fcJent by innil, securely' sealed, lor till v
Mhla lto.. l , : I... . .
.j -v.w,. ii4iiu i in iiKir nee. aiuiios
I v I 1ana Hktts, 68S ilroadway,
I- i - I New York.
T a. it mi 'T
ilgeiltS ! Head ThlS !
r ill rj Agm.ti isury of so Poiia. - per Week rd
: I We l) Agetit islnry of 80"lolli- yer Week rd
i expt nkvm, or rll. w hne cui In on. In :! our 11 w mnl
u "ii- : uln lriM M. Wufner A CoMar-
I 30. WI3 WILL PA'S" 030.
-AKent 30i)er week to sell our preat and valuatile
Uiacoverk's. If Vou want erniaiit nt, lionorable
tui4 pleasant woi, awly for particulars. Address
: ' j j ' WVKIl f 'U Jackson, Miehigan.
1 i. 1 ,' : i l
A Million Dollars.
Shrewd lint uniit in on run ,. .1 r i :
l k, - I----- b.c u iiiriiiiie uy re
TCalin the secret of th lnniinrva i - J
I u,'re8 r i , WJ1. WRAY,
I f ; ' I "C88 Rr'a(lvay New York
'f I'll IT UNI) H lis ION E 1 ) ! J I E U K B Y GIVES
ii m0'01 hlH "PPojutiiienti as assignee of
I'ilTidhhore of Vadkiii coiintr. who has been
pei'Iiueda hiinpirupt by the bi strict Court o
tUe L uiXed States.
i,r, -..! tnOMAS LONG,
i ; Huntsr il e, N. C, Aug. 28, 1871.
?006 Sacks American CJ.A.
: ! alfi t :'M
2 dhk Fine Blown Salt,
For sale 1.,, l,
UOIITII & WORTH,
Vilnilngton, N. C,
M a trial.
1 r :
- hbi mt ii, -m. mi w k. 1
t f . v a m lii "-v a bi k
! I j 1 1 il . " f ir : ! 1
: -11 . I XJ ; 1-1 . I St'. I
; 1 a n bi mm m i m n ' ni ui mi ih: inn i "fHur r . a c
t! mm Mm J B n IB KS ' I I CI B'l I Bl 1
' I 1F JM III lill I kJ
1 f T11K K'KW 1)18 1 XFECT ANT !
1 ' i II " f
1 ' V ?Ir?
vSeixl iiir I !irMil
I :. ACJENTS
4 n - t
. j WILSON,
m i ; ii
if' I L SI
rl'BU8ItEP WEEKLY BT
idilbfauid PprUtor. j
One I ear, piyable
Six MoNTltS,! ; !
i in advance. . ,
i;opie8 t oife address
Ixiitei of Advertising.
11 ; r.
One Square, first insertion
i,. ...... ..
or each additional insertion.
Special iiotieeswill be Charged 50 per cent
UIgnruian tia above rates.
Court aria .1 naiW. flrHm-a -5ll vi:v.
a t tha bAmv . aai j
. f . 1 1. . .
1 J . S f- Ii u o
1 Square.) 50 $:i75 $500 $750 $1200
2 Squares;! I 50; 0 25
8 50 12 00
3 Squares ; fi 00 9 00
12 00, 18 00
4 Squares) p 00 1 1 00 15 00 25 00
i Column. 18 00 24 jOOf 30 00 40 00
' X , I "v
- - J E g i "w wt
I Column. ! 23 (K45 00 45 00 85 00! 100,00
ON AiU AjFTEill bULY 3, 1871.
SALEM? TO IlIGill POINT daily
FOUR HORSE faOACHES.
Incursion a ickets4-Mound Trir. Gottd
Wilmingibu to Salt in, only $18 05
ViUoii j f' j " 13 85
Tarboio'l " "1 lfi lr.
Stage Qkfces At lffobl & Stockton's
Marcliani s Hotel, Winston, N. C.
At 13utner4 Hotel, Sajcm, N. C.
- S 1 f- 1
HEAD OF AVESTEUN RAILROAD
f J0 AbHLylLLE:
Daily ffmr ioi Coacbf s, except Sunday. i
iuxcuroB -AttKoiss -tc Asiteviile Tor sale at thei
principal iUiif Koad ofiic(4 on the North Caro-'
Between Chatham and Kyettevillc and Wcs-
teru Kailroa, Daily exctpt Sunday.
4 I ?
C1IA ULOlTTE TO itADESBOBO. AND
UE-JgI OF W.. G & 11. It. It:
Fridav iLeive Wadesbiiro. Tuesinv. Thnra
........ .....u, ,,CUur.ua uiiu
day, :and Saturday, inaiiifr connection with
RailroiKH atUhflirlotte aiid dailr stage to head
f Wilinifigt6r,Char.t Kutherfoed It. R. from
Va(lehfo. By this rojite passeutters leave
ViIminfrtouaiid Charlotte Monday, Wednes
dav and '"rianr at 7 a., ih ni!l nrrivo nt Wil
ininjrtnn ku(f Charlotte uext evening, resting
ai 1111:111 in uuesonro, eacn wav
, ,k. , . v.. . J
n 'on!1 $1D f frm rharlotte to WilminS
' i 1
KlXfiSTKEK TO fiKOHfiRTOWTC S n ,
Leave Georgetown Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. JBefiirrs next day.
Through tickets via N. E. Railroad to Char
leston, d 0(1. !
I I -i E. T. CLEMMONS.
$ June 24, 1871 2G:tf f Contractor
Thesvmntnnisnf T.ivpr I
!)friplajnt are uneasiness
and nam in the side. I
ly l '. .1 ... I
lometimes the pain is in
lihi oiw.Mi.io. a ;
taken to rheunjaiisin, the stomach is aflected
a nsau man- 1
al. 1. II 1
Willi 1Sii flE IlltrtOtltA -lWtfl ewtnea. liAlvala iw
general cbstgjve, sometimes alternating with lax.
CiaBaaMBBWlBBAaiaMiaMaai . .
tine liead is troubled
wtlh nam. and dull, hea
vw sensation, considera-
j jhlf loss of memory, ac-
FcrvniTtnniPil uritli rmJufnl
. .. 11 iiikiinic nuiiiciliiii miillll
ouht toiap leen done Often complaining of
.. ........... ,,,. ,v rll 111,. CTVIIIItrillllfH
many of the above symptoms attend the disease,
and at ohe times veryj few of them; but the
in L.vii,iii me uri" iuuki iQVQivea.
iure tne ltver n un it
l lV. !7lilIUiia
a Preparatiln roots and erbs. warranted ,hU
strictly Vegitahfc, and cn do no injury to an
one. Irtm tH-.n-aMMiklh.,nwi.. .Tii, f.
for the last 10 ware as orne of the most reli,Ui.
efficacious adanmile4 preparations ever of-
iryspepBia, h e a d c h ,
ll au nd ice.cost i v eness. sielv
(headache, chronic diarf-
tho?a(a flections oft he blad-
ftler. eamn il-cuntoi-v if.
fections of he kidneys, jfiervousness, chills di
eases of thskin. imnurltv of the blood, mel.in-
choly. of dpressionWdrits,heartla,rn, colic,
! j.ainsp.thef boweljpain in theliead, fcr
gd P wioHy, b)ils,ain in the back, &c. j
Prepared only bv JAl. ZE1LIN & CO..
1 I 1 Druggists, Macon, Ga.
Price, $1 ; fbv mail $12-1
For salePiy J I T. F KLTJTTZ & CO..
feb 2-t ly - 1 Salisburv. N. C.
NOW fp the propitious time Fruits are
abundatitland everv bodv should realizn thU
value o rfruits propenly preserved at a very
triniug .coi, iu ueeu . .1
- SpeariFruit Prcsrveng Solution
f I Norm's lesercitui Powder
I : Y y - J j
which, fvih tie Dew Uirectious, accoinpauy
iue each. Iiowr, never Sfail. . !
A furjthjtr full suppllv of both, just at hanjl
I I Al ti SILS Drugstore,
. LI " J lisbury.N. a
Aug.2 It- -f ,
i I stop Xt the
if-: . j
'' It 1T PTrtw xt r
G. W4SIA CKJALL, Proprietor.
Of allkidf by f : J. BnrjXKB
I I 2aXVi& I
OE KISS BEFORE WJp PAET.
Onk kiss before we part !
But one ! for love's sweet sake 1
To,fweeten, for my heart,
4, he pain of this mistake.
Yolir hand is in my own
But your head la turned away ;
For the first time and the last.
Vne iiiuc kjsb, a pray t
i m '
Nay; though, you love me,not,
aiiu siau me, saying r riena,
Ky l though 1 be forgot
fAiuic a iui &iiiiti a cuu
StUI, let me kiss the lips
That traitors are to love
: What ! nothing but your hand !
uu iiiai wiiuiii its giove i
Because the past was sweet ;
IJecanse you are so dear ;
Because no more we meet
In an v future vear
' B kind, and make me glad,
tlust tor a moment's space
Think! I shall be ho sad,
nd never see your face!
Oue kiss before we part I
I jAnd so you nothing meant?
Tliouth I be gone, your heart
Will Reeu its old content.
Kly, not your cheek your lips
i claim them as my right
Small guerdon for great love
nr. , .i '
jxciuic e Miy goou nigni.
Ah! shy, nplooking eves !
'ui iruc mougii iue ana rare
llow dare vou fei&ri surprise
STo know I hold f-nil doap?
' , What coyness will iiot yield,
i i uoiuueNi, sure may iaKe
Well, then ; if not for Love's,
i Une kiss lor t rlendslup sake !
One kiss before we part ! 1
i One little kisa mv tonrt
dne kiss to help toy heart
S Air iiiivl J JZig a
0ne kiss to check the tears
My manhood scarce can stav :
Or thus I make it "You !"
While you are saying "Nay V
I SAM. BROWN.
LI(3END AUOUT ''LOOK OUT
SHOALS, OF THE CATAWBA
15 n.i!es west of Siatesville. 3
1 4' i- - i
mlei above the Island on the Catawba
river' there is, at a place called the Look-
xjui puoai?,flo me wesisiueot lue stream,
a hih blufl' risine 300 feet above the
About 60 feet from the bottom of this.
untltr an over-hanging chit, there is an
p"g, ow partly; closed by a mass ol
under an over-hanging clitf. there is an
rockj6ltdiiiK down, which is the mouth of
a ;afe considerable dimensions within,
ana jsumcieut room to accomodate several
S ffie " some ''t0""31 interest con-
nefctf'U with this, frcim its being, in the old
reVQlution. a place of resort, and a deposi-
torvl of plunder, not bv a band of roh
l.i.r. Kiit incr.,lu,1w Lnnl, i. ..j
ins sister, Oamliiown and Uliai tv Brown
it is gam mat iney belonged m that vi
ciniiy, iu Lincoln county,
.1 c J
were brought up. They sullied out from
j this place on their plundering expeditions
even as tar as the bhallow i oid, on the
maip ladkin. -
Jfhe banks of thi4 river, for a good dis
tanpe up from the EWks, were inhabited
bv -a mixed nonulatinn. ntnmio wlmm
by a mixed population, among i
wete a good many Tories. Follow ii
tlmituiir creek towaida the Hi
Mointains, the people in those days are
eaiq to nave ueeu neatly all 1 ones.
'i'hey annoyed theWliiir a cood deal in
thelatter part of the war, by their rob-
. wv.u , yr-- . iiuici.-cKaiiiiK, lll'l
corritnittiny their lenr iln Linus i !.. urm,M
fly to- the mouutaius 4nd lie concealed,
....; j i i .1
vur iitru aim uerouie luereiore. would
j , - , . . , ' ""u,u
nnq ready confederates m that Quarter.
I llV rklili't 1(H vai-hkiu Ai . . n .1 ...
cna)iged attire at pleasure.
1 i . 1 a '
V US V
nbt be approached,
river, which is here
1 heir deu could
without crossing the
344)ards wide: aud they were aco intuited
wim several lords unknown to others; and
wbin pursued could escape iu a sudden
I and mysterious manner. One of those
wai at the mouth of Cowan's creek:
anther at the mouth' of Dolfs Branch.
They stole a eieat varietv of articles
notioniy ciotinng and bed-clothing; silver
ft i k . . f . .
and pewter ware, money, but horses,
whicli they ran oil to Souih Carolina to
1 lieV hlTJITno nntntmrtcl xt f
AA L T.. V
weTl ik ow WkU V F
pin.re not kuown. Willi devilish cunning
"ey moK advantage ot this ; aud would
P""1 houses when not known, and enquire
robbed by them ; and if they said that
they were. Brown would direct them
whento put their most valuable effects to
Keep ineuisaie, oi course then, he would
i . ! :t . . i . .
mipw wnerc logo to take them.
it was once a proverb "to ride lik
- oanj Urown was so famous
,llJ,1,B a good lady says that
h-'n she was young she used to hear it
J bu but Sam Brown was so famous
saiu 01 one mat was a
huid rider, "He
l-wliid lil' V n 11....... ,9
lue iikc I.HIU UIUHII,
0iucr llietauce OI UlS Cllnmnir veaa
that vhcu he had stolen a horse, and
pursued, aud he found lhat the pursuer
nuu me wmer norse. tie m nul.i in .1
the brst house he came to and walkVin,
leaving the horse at the gate. The pur-
SUIT would do the sanit Pinivtli.,. m
it- w wmii-u a
I .f..llia s
find Brown in the house : but the min.
nutc the former came iu at the front door,1
lhe latter whipped out of the bark rhinr
moiinlcd the swifter horse, and lied. '
poor old bi nd man. by the name nt
David Beard, living on Fourth n..L-
1. ejr what is now called Beaid'a Hrilo--
about 7 miles east of Siatesville, had a few
doll rs in silver laid up. Bion made a
raid on him and took his money. Beard
told him he would have a hard urroimi tr
render at the day of judgment, for rob
bing a poor, old, blind man. He replied,
"It is long trust" to which Beard -
joijied "But 8ure pay."
Jt is said that he was once married to
the daughter of a man who lived near the
Island Fordbut his wife left him and
iviuiucu i ucr iaiuer; wuere be re-
vepge went one night, and killed ail his
SALISBURY, N. C, OCTOBER
a her-in-law'a stock. Purine Li hpurt
from the cave, he loft a base woman to
When any persons went there; to take
it. they Lad a nlace cat out Lehlnrl nm.
m a i
jeeting part of the rock, bear the entrance,
i .1 , i - . .
wuere :uey couia xeep concealed, and
shoot the assailants., who f,m1(1
r m - - mM l I ij
ascend the face of the cliff one at a time.
1 his is said tolbe the origin of the name.
"1ok uut aiioals." It U also said that
the bones of various kinds of animals,
and pieces of broken crockery aire found
at the present time by visitors at be cave.
,9 uunu iu ui vcvn uiiiaoiicu
since their day. Various aire the traditions
in the country of the way thai Brown
came to his end some aav that hp and
some of his confederates, had escanpd fntn
the mountains after oiieof hi forsges-
wcre pursued, and overtaken one; sabbath
morning in a valh'y, where they were di.
vidius iheir Dlunder. Brown was lmi
and killed ; the others escaped.? Others
assert that he was wounded in Smith
Corolina in onc of his plundering tours
ue rcacuea a deserted house, win r. .
Another account is that he had rnhfind
a houae near Morrison's Mill, a few miles
.west of btatvsville ; that he emptied a
feather bed, and tilled the tick with bed
cloihiu?, wearing apparel, nn4 pewter
warehe was pursued and shot while
crossing the river. But before he died,
be told of some silverth.it he b.irl snrt.
edundera rock in Third creek, just below
uic milt above mentioned. And though a
small piece of silver money was found iu
tiie roaa neartiiat spot, alter much search
ing, no deposit has been found in tin i.Um
Aft;r the death of her brother.: Cliaritv
Brown went to the west whether to soinn
other State, or the Western part or this
btate, does not appear. Before her death,
sue made some revelat
some directions where to lind valuable-
buried in the vicinity of the cave between
3 Dog Wood trees, blazed, and facing
It is said that by the mace of 18
months, men came from Buncombe, and
U ay wood counties to hunt for buried
articles by her directions.
A large hollow tree, which had been
broken off at the top, was blown down by
the wind and revealed 12 sets ol newter
ware, it is said.
There was once, a pamphlet published.
no one knows when, or by whom, giving
an account of the adventures of tin s,.
singular characters. Only one copy of
this has been heard of iu this part of the
country. It was owned, and given by his
allur about 1S41. to ii ni:in iinw
and who at that time ca:ried 011
the mills at the Shoals, culled Uuffiy's.
Soon aftci the book came into his posses
sion, a man. by the uame of Theodore
Perkins from Moriranton. was visit inn- i 1
the ncighboihnod, hi arin ot it, b "id
,1... 1 : ..V
the loan or it : uiouiisinir to return it hvn
certain tune to a certain tilnee 1
But he died soon after, and tlic bjok
couiu never ue recovered. 1 lie man. in
n i .. . . . -
question, from whose relation; lor the
most nait. these ficta livi !. rtlnr..l
most part, these facts have been cathertd.
is of liennan descent, named Jacob Ht ff-
net; and his father, Michael Ucffuer. at a
very advanced age, is yet living in Cald
1 he son allczes that when he comes
near the cave and tries to bring his batteau
to land, at the base ot the cliff, lie hears a
fearful noise; proceeding, not Irom the
cave so 4ar above the water, but from the
rock at the bottom, X. Y.
''How many converts at Cove Creek
Smith took iu 20 01
don't know Elder
From the University (Md.) Monthly.
MU-IC AS AN EDL'CATOli.
In Germany every ehild U taught to
ng, music beinjr considered a nart of
elementary education. As a sequence,
the nation has become one of uiusiei.uis.
ranking second to none iu talent and mu
sical composition. Some id the grandest
harmonies emanate from the Lin manic na-
Some of the best instructors in their
. l .1 i i . ...
W" OU.er la'lUsJ a,e tor the
proless.ou ot music.
ha v. and of omn n-rnvr.. -ff
mid-s uinnifr airs tiri.ii fiw ii.. (
Long in gentler aud more ethereal min-
cities are resonant with sweeter; and less
Some one has said, " Let me make the
son irs of a nation, aud ! care not who
makes its laws :" so that if thu biill.nl
and martial eongs are more powerful than
a a .
statute books, u speaks well lor the race.
lli.it individual that has no love or
taste for music, loses one of highest aud
purest sources of cnjnyuieut. The trou
badour finds in it thu tuo eticctual means
of reaching the ear iu which he longs to
g.tiu a hearing ; the gondolier kings his
diuy, hoping that the evening air will
watt it to his lady's bow er ; the Highland-
r Silfll IllJ Kliri.li.o
I " mi uunl"ln
recognizes the same
power. I'oetry, love,
war all kneel
at this brine, aud ackiiowletrc its swav
So potent have some martial and histori
cal airs become, lhat certain nations, at
times, have been compelled to prohibit
If individuals are moved aud melted to
gentler moods by this inllueuce, if nations
are thrilled to the hearts' depths by it,
there is evidently some poloiit pell, some
great motive power within it that ought
to fcerve a wise purpose. If human pas
sions can be allayed by it, if man's rough
er nature can be toned down and softened
by its wondrous charms, is there not to
be fonnd within it a powerful educator ?
If the strong man can be subdued and
mollified, cannot children and youth?
Everything that has a tendency to refine
aud elevate may be satelj employed as a
means of education. Sensitive natures
J mvms vis tuuv-ativril. k7CUCIllC UlUTeS
will rpadi yield to Us mild and gentle
luUueucc. and the
will "be softened and purified by elevating
the mind to nobler and higher aspirations
1 would substitute song for the rod, or at
least so mould and moderate human pas!
s ion, that the former would be more poi
tential than the- latter. It is as natural
for little people to sing as it is for the
robin and nighingale, and if occasionally1
some be fouud ic chant Katydid and Kai
tydidu't, there need beTio discord iu thj
apparent contradiction. No schoolboy
who has been born and bred in the cou.
try but has been touched by the notes, duU
cet and melancholy, of the plaintive whip
Gather up the bird songs and set thrrq
to words that human tongues can ut erj
and school room and workshop will IxJ
resonant with melody ! The wild, weird
songetrf eoltege Kfe, a well as its sacnU
ones, follow the man, and bring b.tcl
reminiscences of the olden time, wheri
care sat lightly on the brow, and stent
experience had not brought labor aud
The fireside d!t its have melted thti
prisoner in his cell, and moved his heart
to tears. All through life a mother's lul-f
laby has often made sweet music air id
the noise and strife of the life battle
1 hen why. not train the little ones, at a
part of their daily educatiou, in this three-'
lion ? It will lighten the drudgery of the
schoolroom, aud make its harder work
less irksome, and its rougher tasks casierj
It is inspiriting aud enlivening in it immoJ
diate effects, and leaves behind it only'
bwv"- -ouie. uvoiuvi us ucnenciat ten
dtneies upon the miud, it is useful in exi
pandiug the lungs, aud educating and
training the vocal organs. Much is said?
uud written in these days about vocal-
gymnastics. Is it not quite as important
to develop the voice as it is the foot orj
arm ? Sound luns are as necessary a
sound limbs, and a strornr. well cuItivnJ
ted voice as desirable as strong muscles
MARY J. HARPER. .
SCIENTIFIC M ISCELLAN Y.
Continuity of Matter. Some research-)
es nave Deeu made by Dr. Anderson, of
London, as to the effects of pressure and
temperature on the conditiou of matter,
leading to the theorv that the transition
from the liquid to the gaseous state is by
a series ot gradations so geutle that there
can be perceived no breach of continuity
between the two conditions. In other
word", the density of matter, whether 1
or gaseous, is only a question of.
more or less, and dependent on the relativ
pressure and heat. Iu a differeut line o
i 1 a
cxpciiiueui we ima narrated a curious
complementary theory to this. Mr. Free
.. ' "K ,
ca, 01 trance, has amplified the idea that
- f- v
iron or steel into a stout cylinder which
cuiiuo uu n . a 11 1 1 111 1' ia n iirr r i.n
has a small perforation at the bottom, and
tPen subjecting it to immense pi ess u re
thyse meials will How out of the pcifora
tion just as water would uaturally. And
wheu the How is started, all the particle
through the whole length of the plug of me4
tal, above the perforation, take a start to
ward it, just as would happen in the case
of a column of water. Dividing this plug
into a number of discs, one upoti another
every disc up to the highest will show;
alter a partial operation of pressure, ail
indentation iu the direction of the hole at
the boitom ; and if the pressure is kept
ap till all diiven through, and has taken;
the form of a long tube of the size of the;
perforation, the discs will be found to re-j
tain their identity iu the shape of just so
many cylinders within cylinders. The?
movement of the particles of metal in thciri
escape is just w hat would be the roovc-i
ment of a liquid through the same orifice
Metals then, under pressure, and at ordi
nary temperature, will How like water, and,
the distinction between liquid and solid
fades, as between liquid aud gas on the
other side. A full and interesting account!
oi this last series of experiments, may bei
found iu the Manufacturer and Builder,
for November, 1870.
BALTIMOIIE SUN ON CRIME.
"Two year in the penitentiary is all a Iloiia-
ion ( xexas; conn naa awardeU to Samuel L.
Smith, a negro, for placing obstructions on a
railroad track, and thus causing thedeath of the
president, Dr. Young, besides wounding several
Judge Watts beats that. When Hoi
den sent his ragged militia to Jours coun
ty to avenge the death of Colgrove, a car-'
pcibag sheriff who had served four yearn
and six mouths in the penitentiary of N
York, Walker, a carpet-bag militiaman,
killed Win. Putney in the streets of Golds
boro', without provocation. Walker was
arrested by Mayor Harrison and bound
over to Wayne court in the. sum ol 1,
000. J udge Watts wrote a habeas corpus
and put Mr. Richaid Badger's name to it
as attorney, heard the case as judge, re
duced the bail to a few hundred dollars
aud bound the fellon over to Wake, in
stead of Wayne court where the offence
was committed. The carpet-bag A.I011
fled like Hidden, forfeiting .bis tail, and
has nevei been heard Irom. Mr. Badger
say the use ol his uame was unauthor
ized aud without his knowledge. Ifao,
it is forgery on the part of Judge Watts,
and Gen. Cox should eiid a bill to the
grand jury next week. -Sentinel. . i
XThe Successful Teacher. He: who would
teach tucct atfully must do five ihingn : !
1. He must get the knowledge of the
things to be taught.
2. He must study his knowledge
3. He must study himself. '.
4. He must study his pupils.
6. He must mix faiih, patience, arid
grayer with the whole.
,One of our prominent grocers has a sa
gacious dog who never sees half a bar!
rel of flour weighed out on the scales but
tie sroes and nnu nn foot nn 1 1, ii. ;
w I ' vi ii uu IJiabT
torra carelessly looking out of the door tb
ayoid exciting suspicion. LqwcU Couiii
1 M j
Anecdote of llenr C.b, -T, 1
at Mr. Claj was remarkable' for his re
collection of face. A
. ..,,vh iivwiui VI
this wunderfal power is told of Lit tUU
to Jackson. H Us., in iL in rt..
his way the;tars stopped at Cliutou for a
-.".whit, "iica an cccrntne DLl
strong-miuded old man made hi nn
to him, exclaiming as he did 0, Don't
miroaucc me, lor 1 want to see if Mr.
tilay will know me.'N i
4 1 ' 1- 11 ... . . .
if ui. re ;uiu x know you IV said Mr.
"in Kentucky," answered thr keen
sighted, butrone-eyed old man.
Mr. Clay "struck his Ions' knnr A...
upon his o ichead, as if in deep ihouglit.
itc you iosi nut eye since 1 saw yon,
or had you lost it before 7" innniml i-
- s - 1
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uuivi-. .eaiu tne man. 1
" Then turn the sound side of vn.ir (n
w me, mat 1 may get your profile."
Mr. Clay paused tor a
thoughts running many years. " I havi
L !" said he. Did vou not n-iv ,n., .
verdict as idror. at Frankfort. Kv ; tl,
great case of the Uuited Stales vs. Inuis,
twenty-one years ago ?"
"1 did ! I did!"sai
said tho ovei joyed
old man. 1
" And is hot your name.'
said Mr. C.
1. tt 1 ... '
i 1. :. ,1 t- 1 i-k w ...
t ia. il 11. reiilKHI I ir 1 1 in ivi-lrs
bursting into tears. " Did I not t-I! in,,
--.l-IC. . ... . '
ne saiu 10 lis irieuds, " that he knew me.
though 1 Ijave not een him frttn that
time to this? Great men never forfet
e . ... .
AQQ.uencH and JJar, by L. J. Uigtlow.
e arc told to sak Gov. Caldwell if
he did not (ell the marshal or his depu
. : . 1 .i . .
n.a wnuui iu euoiuiou as jurors lor tne
federal courts lately held at Marion. We
are told to atk the coventor if he did not
tell the marshal, or his deputy, to summon
liow ri uoge aud others. e know
that the governor was among the most
acuve prosecutors, but wc did not know
1. ' . 1 a ...
tic was suspeciea ny any one ol helping
Mr. 1'hillipiy the chairman of the republi
can executive committee, to pick the jury.
There can bis! no fair tial where the marshal
, 1 . . . . ... .
picks the jury, instead of drawing them
by lots as the law reouirea. Tl latr
jury in the federal court was picked, not
drawn, and a paid prosecutor, .Mr. rhillips,
I I ill . . . . '
acKiiowieueu lie told the mtrshal what
kind of juryjto pick, JUL Sentinel
7iy teas the Regular U. S. Circuit Court
Jury Discharged, June Last
.Tlldirn ltrvinLa m't. iI.a ,1 . I..
""e - uuiu u.iy iu a
boaslful wa that he dischnr-ed the reyn.
1 uir nirir nr nia iidi liim. a ii.a 11 w j .
1 - j" y ?'- "run u un; j. o. v ir -
cuit Court. With t III- r.ltl(-nrr'iir - TihIka
...t ; ""r.
T ' ucimer uue
nrooii or J u lgc llond can asig.i any
mirui rcascy lor discharging that jury,
aud r.either;0f ihem can put his hand on
l.T j 1. ... .iA ..... .1. .. I 1: I . . 1 -.
...c ....1.. min 1 11:11. in- inn not tio u
with the rPt'w to get another jury better
riii'-jnll,....,. f.l I...I.I .il
... i..t ; jM,,j,.. n ,11 u,c Kua.nn court
Another thiii, these judges knew that
the juries of, the federal courts are not se
lected Qccotfingh laic ! They hneic too,
that there j s no appeal to the supn-me
court ot the; I Muted States from tlu tr dc
Keening Stccct Potatucs.-l nolice K..
in your journal of February 23, wishes to
know llOW In lcrrn .fl nntntrmm W..
have them jetfectly sound and good all
llm vpr rniltid .ml tl. .1. m. .
. j .w.iauu miiuu uui mnj iumj -j mi.u a iitic auu m propeny Ol
not succeetl in a colder climate, I give it. 40,000 under the uame of Lady Elixa
Diff just before heavy frost, and havintr beth Motion.
plenty of peK cly dry dirt, And making
I is e , . . ' 1 '
nouse oroui;oi uMrs. lay t lie potatoes on
it, (to be very certain of not rotting,) let
no two touch,) and another layer of dirt,
. . r .
and then one of potatoes. Jcc An obtuse
cone shape 3s best. Lnyers of ditt, to be
la 8 am .
one or two picnes thick. Alter disposing
of all your: j potatoes iu ' tliis wav, cover
them with die same dry dirt, then with
-i 1 1 . i
ury straw, louuer or Fomeininz ot the
kind, aud protect it from the rain by
boards, etc. j Iu getting them out fir ue,
nse care, and take out enough fur several
days at our n.' and I think vou will succeed
I suppose the straw covering will need to
I ,,;.L.. !j .... t .
ic ni.acr tm imir cauuirv . xn course
you can regulate lhat to suit. The prin
cipl point ii iu having the dit dry, and
keeping it sp. A trench atoutid the pile
with au outlet is first rate.
HOW l'EOI'LE GET SH K
Eating too much and too fast and awal
lowing impeyfec'ly ra.tsticated fiod. By
taking, too much fluid daring meals.
Unnking poisonous whisky and other in
toxicating (Jrtuks. Keeping late hours
ai nizui aim sleeping voo i iie in I lie
morning. Wearing clothing loo tight so
as to relax! circulation. Wearing thin
shoes. Neglecting to take suflicieut ex
ercise to keep their hands and feet warm.
Neglecting tb wa.h the body sufficiently
.1 .ii r.t i-
to tivfp tue pores oi tue aaiu open rX
changing tlw wanu clothing worn in a
a warm roonjduring the day f.r light co-
tumes and exposure, incident to evening
parties. Starving the atouiacli to gratify
a vain and foolish past ion for dress.
Keeninir up lk constaut excitement, fret
tint; the miud with burrowed troubles.
Employing cheap doctors and swallowing
i i ' . r :u
quae a iiosiruuia lor every imaginary
Taking meahj at irregular iuicrvuls.
The mil tary expedition of eight hun
dred men escprting the Northern Pacific
railway surveying party haB encountered
no hostile Indians, as was apprehended,
and the survey progresses successfully
A Ni w York. man has attempted
1 ft ii " . A UJUU
cide fonr or five times. He cuts his ihroat
from year to jrear, but
! t : :fi. T...l
5. jWHOLE NO. 700
TIIEUE IS LIGHT HEYOND
Tboo.b you tand beaeaxh tb akadov
Ob, do not be dumared.
But with bold, true heart prew oavard.
Through the darknena and the aliade,
To the light Uyood. '
lie who dwell, deep in tb vailer. ..
Only ace the tempteat cloud
Thai obscure the mountain's summit
W ith iu thick impervioua ahroud, 1
And the light beyond.
Though your heart ia bathed ia sorrow '
And dp.tr look tar above 1
Ycki will at-e the lustrous ahiaing
ui the atara or Hope and Lot
In the light beyond.
Through Death's dark mysterious abadow
e must pass, to reaeh heaveo'a light;
Then tad bearu, why still kero'plnirnf ,
a groop nere in worldly nigh
hen there's light beyopd.
Wc commend the examnle f tl,
groes of Virginia to the consideration of
our Colored folks at Iinmo 4nm .L.
few past Years bro Upii nn ....k
woiked up" on poliucs and office. Now
in Hichraoud tb ere id rm f
who lor two years have been manufactur
ing saisairas oil on a larre ack TL,
root is purchased by them for 30 cents a
hundred poands and they use forty thous
and pounds a week. This oil tk-v
for scenting toilet soapa and fiavorinc to-
oacco. 011.ee me lactory begun work oth
ers have prune od in different tvtrti...
of Virgiuia. It pay. a sight better than
win ics. musooro Jiecordcr.
A NOTABLE SWORD.
The Japanese charge d' affair h
scnttd to Secretary Itelknap, for the mij.
imry niuiraia, a tnau inccnt JapancM
sword, ihe blade of which ia about il.r
feet in length, wiih an edge as keen as a
a f a m .
razor, anu 01 metal lar more valuable than
any uow used iu the manufacture of sword
& t 1
oiaues. i be letter accompanying stales
lhat it was the pronertv of Kondn a rm.
vincial official of Japan,now on a visit to
.1 a ...
tins country, and was Ltfhlv nri,l l.v
rt j r -w- M
I " utaue is over turce uundred
. ,. TZ TT 7.
" " ouguarrp,, ix. i.,
I R3 VR 1 Il.lt 11 not llMf- llilnin.ul .T.
' v...Mv cuuu m ca-
cap irom oing omg prison was made on
.uwnuay, wiicn, by an evidently procoo
ctTt-d plan, fortr convicia all if A rvat
boldly Irom their vaiious avocations and
1 . . a a . .
nisniog to tne dock, seized the freight
I Il If n i. , f
iiiiitit:iier iiue iailoti and altemnted to
cut her loose, intending o bead Wr for
1 1 1 M
1 me oppisiic uanK 01 tuc river. 1 brooU
I ilm -...! t . f . ,
1 v ivmiits auu uuirij ui uapi lira
anu outers, However lue desperadoes were
foiled, aud all without a single exheptton
recaptured, aud at once placed inclose
confinement. A spirit of discontent and
1 f ' .
ucnince seems to pervade the entire prls
011 aud it would appear thai a ceneral iu
surrection is immineut.
Flattery is like the usurer who make
small loans on short time and demand
A correspondent describes Vienna Rean
'? hPVtutl, "h her arms bare to tho
8uou,lIcr a,ld "T ankle likcwUe."
I A nliriH ii1 ir.rin Xw. it,. I M .. -. f -
wealthy squatter in Australia has sudden-
I Iv at .i.r,..rl . .lit. I . r
c , .
. 'Sorac Ple ake their religion go a
IOIl!? WHV. A foiii tt-nn.an Knnl.i . 1,.
. . ' . . " -
I lerv lii-Li-t ilm ..il,,.. A
the tuirchase w ith the eoliloau v ? Tlw
Loik knows how it'll turn out. It's all
in ihc hands of ths Almighty, I s'pose.
A Greene eontitr eirn-stvindi-nt to th
0lfdl'Illr, Messrtilft-r ur tlicr. ia a tir
. i - - .
habiiiiy at u distaut day. of a Uad Steam
rr, ou iu; ruai iu Untl nmbtT
. . i a
I)vi: o CoLI.Kin. We art i.l-iu-J to
i-arn tl.at I tin 1 utiluti..u has (Mru-d with
. - --.
liUinWrof atudetita thn rvrr hereto
fotr about 100 which tiuinWr will U.
lari.-ly iurreaM-d. The Collee ia now iu a
UourLklllUiF CtiLdilioti. -f Lar. VmiwaL
An inn-vocalion Tending bar.
The beat help" Help yourself.
Advice lo slocking minders Do your
Don Carlos, of i"paiti, is living at Ge'.
Sam. Houcion, Jr. is a district school
uN-rvior iu Tcxaa.
The ex Con fed rate fienral Gano is now
clergyman in Teunesec.
President G-ant took three nrrraiisma
for colts at the St. Louis Fair last Thurs
day. A Hartforder advised a t lender friend to
chalk his head and co to a ulajKJUcrade aa
General Wade Hampton, South Caro-
liua, is o feeble from nervous pros tra-
lion lhat his friends fear lie cannot recov
er. His wile lies low. too. Irom a Late it.
lack of jaralytrt.
General F. B. Van Buren. a coniin of
I'reaidtut an Uuren, du-d at Ilerdon,
Va., on Thurscay morning, in the eighty?
first year of his age. His remains Lava
been taken lo New York.
Nillson does not eat like a fine Ameri
can lady, with her fingers on the very Up
ol the fork, but handles knife and folk
with freedom and vigor, and violates all
the decrees of fashion in holding thefoik
at the lower end. Exchange.
Fayctteville ia to have Mreet lamp. Tnlea",
after fretting the lamp, they are al.hj to bare
never .iirrmli ,,m ,,t' xu7 ,H " n,orc lhn ur
never succeed, J!t lfae u vouU a Wta to u