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J. J. BflUNER,
Proprietor al Editor.
J. J. S T E V AItT,
! KATES Or StBCRIl'TfON
Oxb TOR. paynWein advaMce. ....$2.0(M
Six months, l.fX)
5 Cuyif'S to one address, tti 10.00
HKAD & FOOT STONES,.
JOHN H. BUIS
rpESDBHS liin coniplimcuta tu hi Wend
I nd the puhlic.antl iu tlii method wtild
bring to their attention cxU'pdcd liioiJitien
for meeting (IciiihikIs n hi lint of business.
lltinK prepured to t'unh nil kinds of
Oral- Stonon. from tbo fh(M-st Head Stone,
to the toMti(t monuments. Those prefci inj
trie and vi ry costly work not on lmud, cun
be accoimnodittfd on hort t'uno, strictly in nv
ronlauce Uh sptH'itii'ations, drnf'ts. mid the
triiH of tb'o coiitriH-t. Sitislju tion jrnarun
tpd. Ho will not he undersold, North or
South. Orders solictcd. ddnsN
I7;tf J(Hi II. IMJIS. S.ilisWr.
K. IJItYCE SILL.
HAYS & SILL
Druggist & Apothecaries.
8ALXS23UR.V, W. C.
Having ptvrchased the contents ofUie
Drug Store formerly occupied yDr.
Eil ward Sill We respt etfully call the at
tention of the Citizens of Salisbury and
the surrounding country, to the new ar
rangement, ami inform ih-m that we will
continue tf carry on the business at the
pHine place, and the same excellent way.
e wui enaeavor to keep on hand all the
. various goods th?' people may need nerf
Uining 1( our line, and therefore .hope'
by strict ntlentiou to business, to receive
a liberal patronage.
Physician's Orders Prompt
ly Attended To.
j'rescnptwns accurately anth
mA.I.. Jii 7- !
CarcjuUjI compounded hlj rehuhk
ttfid VOMpefent Dmqnhh dan Or
UrWAUDS OF FIFTY FIRST FRE-
M I U M 8 ami Gold and Silver Medals
; we're awarded to ClI A LES MTStiekf
lor the last 1'iauos in competition
with all the leading Manufacture
trs of the country.
Office and net-zarej-ooms,
yJ.O Xw th Irleily St., liALTlMOllE,
llm Niftr Pianos contain all the latest iiti
im.viMi.cnt, tol.fund iu a hrst-class Piano,
with additional improvements of his own in
Tsntiorwiiot to hv found in other instmit:entH.
ln tone, touch and lkiish of their ir-tru-went
canm.t I.e excelled bv any unwiufaetur-
A largo assortment of second-hand Pianos
01 " hrtn,l troiu 7.r to $;:no.
Prrlor and Church 'OrganVsome twenfvdif
KTCtit styles nn hand from RiOnnd upwards.
. heml tor f Hunt rated Catah'.g'ie. eoutainui-r
names f ver twelve ;nd,ed Soutlieriiers
-(Uve hundred of which are Virginians, two
5ft. I TV-"11 ''"'""hmH, one hundred and
k Jc Tvimesans. and others thioimhout
ifn'I'. b"v,Uight the Sliefl- Piano
lnce the close of the war.
J. ALLEN IUIOWN. Apent,
Salisbury, N. C.
;ia Home Insurance Co.
Iscorporatkd, 1800. Ca pita i.. $350,000
J. RHODES BROWN E, President,
D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary.
All Losses Equitably Adjusted
; And Troiuptly Taid in Full!
Prtirty owners desiring to obtain reliable In-
jrance do well to protect themselves hv
J iiririg a Policy in Georgia Homednsiirance
g- Agencies at 'proniin en t taints in all the
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
OfficelNo. -Granite Row.
Salisbury, N, C
Marriage CJertificatm fnr sale horc .
W. A. HA VS.
I From the Daily Nevrt.
A LETTER EUOi! GOV. VANCE,
Editors qf the Keics :
GextlememI My attentiou has beert
calkd lo an article iu Statt-aville AmerC
can, purport ing to-be a letter ofOct. 22.1
(ronribat place to the New. Y.,rtr 7;,,
itg implicated iu certain fraudulent iran
C5 - tit Miir-. us 111
sactions w il h Geo. W. S wepori.
The letter from We to Judge Ilenry.
embraced in the article, nd up.in wbicli
the assault iu based, carries on its face a
refutation of the . wloW elanth r. The
zealous wiitir felt, then-fore, the necessi
ty of sustaining his allegations by various
collateral assertions, andhich, perhaps,
requites souic notice at niyliands.
1 have some difficulty at the outset in
deciding wheiher the wiiier is tiife greater
tiar1 r fooU I incline to the former
concjtuion, but I will cite a few speci
mens troiu the article mi support, also, of
the rhore clutritabk opinion.
First, and-comprehensively however
the charge th it i am or ever have br en'
luterested for or with Geo. W. Sw pson
is wholly and absolutely false. I have
?io interest wbaiever, 1 any kind, in any
transaction with Swepson, n-r ever had.
TlKkt Swepson purchased from T D. Car
ter the Cranberry property is alo false.
Gen. II. F. ilo'i , P. J. Summer, and
E. N. llutthinfon purchased the property,
and Swepson -had an interest only by
smms private arrangement with them.
The price f r Carter's interest was not
S40.000, but $44, GOO, ai d for the remain
ing interests, extinguishment of hostile
claims,-&t, they paid, about SG4.000
Tlie charge th at I was associated with
Wuodfin as Carter's cotmeel is also un
qualifi. dly false-. L never, appeared with
him in any of the half dozen suits grow
ingutot thti Cianbvrry matters. Ik-fore.
1 wasetnphryed iu any of lliem. Carle?
informed me that, he had detected Wood
fin in the Hct. of" betraying him selling
him oct to.Swepson, and had discharg
Of any attempt to ue Woodfin to pro
cure a compromise of Carter's suit-, I
know notliiug. "I never did so, nor dj I
believe any one else ever did.
Aa .o t,)e letter to Judge Henry, and
. v ,Lcnme IO b(- written; my clieTit in-
iormett" me that the pn.posmon had been
madeto.Ww that if the t ommission would
receive the Cranbeny property from him,
Nwepnon, at p(iine figure, that In-.
Sa pi,on, would pay oil' the claims against
me nrniK jrv n'ni noiifo nim- l
it j - - - - ' - , - 1 1
u:iiir" :,i ' -H'paey; m parr payment of the
n,l!il"8 i'ei.wedn ; and Carter instructed
me, -.M ii, Htto.ney, ,o see the Co.nmis-
f,i"""r-S ascertain what they would receive
I 1.. ....A ... 1 .1
in- iijun. a . a iu men S ?e Ovvep.onN
Now read the letter ; -that id quite cor
red, hearing a iitMe error of two years iu
tl.e date. It Wijs written, not in in JS72,
ad set forth ia the indictment, hut iu 1S70 :
"L'UAULOTiE, Stpt. 5. 1872.
Jl-DGE IIemRT :
... . . . c.c-w nuj n u ii, n pin, an
oat into the famous Cranberry. Swepiou
will clear off Carter's claim, and put in
that propertf, in part payment to the
Commrissioners, it they will take jt at a big
priee. I am interested only for Carter,
who will get his money only if the trade
pi maite witn the Loirmis.-loners,
As one of them, what will you agree to !
receive the property at t I meatr clear of
all encumbrances. I have got Gen. Vance
to see the others, except -Woodfin, and
will go to see Swepson as soon -as I get a
definite 'proposal from the Commissioners.
In tuy opinion, anything you can get
fmiii S. at unu price, is just that much
B:V('d and that you could afford to give
Please write me at once just what you
would be willing to do, that I may show
il .vep, as the basis ol a trade, should
1 he able to effect one.
You know his interest to be three-fourths
of tin-whole property, the other belong-J-ni
ing to Russell. Oblige me by writing by I f
Jng to itusseH. Oblige me by wntuig by i
ri'liirn in 11I .10 t a 1 ... 1 1 I... I - ,-
.v.,..,, Un x cuaii uo n auuig iui your ,
repiy to start to li.illimore.
I did not keep Judge Helipy's reply,
nor do 1 n collect the exact language of
11, uui 11 was in substances to agree to
. nng the rest of the commission might
accept. And was t here anything impro-
per 111 my proposition as above ? Swepson
was reputed and generally believed to be
insolvent. The property we proposed to
the commission was purchased by the
owners tor ahove 108,000, and they now
ask for ti 8250.000.- Events fully justify
my then opinion that they could well have
affr el togtvean insolvent even $2001 000
tor so valuable a piece of property a sum
more than the whole amount yet rcaliz-tJ.
or ever liktly to be realized by that com
The nbject-of this assault upon me. at
this time, must, be sufficiently obvious, to
the public ; and I. could disclose the name
of the Democratic author, loo whoever
the mere Radical tool aud instrument may
have been but I wtH-uot further intrude
upon valuable space in your columns. nor
upon the time and patience of your read
ers. The public will surely agree with me
tk slights attempt- to itrjare me is a gross
libel and an egregious ami coulemptibb
Z B. Vaxce
Charlotte, Nov. 9ilr, 1872.
The small iox lately took off a very
old and eccentric . man of St. Louis,
known as Dr. Hotchkiss. lie claimed to
be 140, having been a Mason over 100
years, nd 'expressed a determination1 to
fjive nntil the sceoud coming of Christ. It
ia said that for4 twenty I yearalhehaa not
(washed hi msef f tior ; fierm ittedaj broom
on the place. . He claimed ; also iuper;
natural agency in healing the sick.
From the Raleigh News.
NEARLY EVERY HORSE IN TUE
. CITY ATTACKED.
iPsa and LSnles Oaly Seen on the
ITS SPRExVD IN TUE COUNTRY.
, Appearance of the llorse Dropsy.
Nearly every horse in the city with the
exception of a few tdd hardened stagers,
are now down with the malady, but up to a
late hour last evening no fatal cases were
reported. Only tin' overworked horses
seem to be suffering from the malady,
those that have been properly at tended to
and well fed have it ouly in a mild form
I m well-known --Tom Benton of Dr.
Eugene Jrisoti, the fin black cha rger ol
Dr. F. II Haywood Jr., and the pair of
mires of Dr. Jas. McKee, succumbed
yesterday morning. The old Roan" rf
Dr. Fab Haywood, Jr., Dr, Win. G.
Hill's Dun," Dr. Chas. E. Johnson's old
' U hiteyV aod Dr. Bu.ke IIaywood'
pair still bold out, but all of your young
M. D.'s are either on foot or accomun
date themselves to mule transportation.
The horses at three public stables are
all oil the mend and tho proprietors ex
pect to resume business iu a very few
It is generally believed that we are now
in tie nid-t of the crisis, and Us worst is
being passed, V r; few horses ate seen
on the treetP, all the dravs and nnblic
CHrts being drawn by mules and oxen.
W ,1 i . .
W o ts scarce, but owing !o the large iin-J
portHiioji of oxen from the country tin
pi ice so iar ins not been raised. Contra
ry to the expectation and fears ot m iuy
in this city the market is well supplied
with meats, vegetthh s, &c, &c , from
the country, and there has been no occa-
ston tor an advance iu the commodities.
oo uiucu ior uetng prepared and conven-
lenity located for
em,y ocated tor exen transportation,
5 "?LrS l! 8,OW; V.yet, Che""'
hou, several pomts ,u the country we
spreading to nearly every farm, hut for
tunately Mr our farmer!!, it occurs at a
season that the loss of time does not conil c
with the tanning interest.
ror the benefit ot our countrv friends
(and all others) we publish below any Monseigneur w.,s veiy pale hut lu
other treatment which we take from a late comes of a brave race, and I could see i,
numl er of a celebrated medical journal, was only rage and pride slrng-'l ng with
and especially recommended by a leading : him. wl. he turned and said, wuivin- hi,
physician ot this city : ' j haud. - What will you have t"
" I he pat.e,,' shou-d be excused from With ,. mighty roar came back the
all lahor and allowed complete res.. The answer "Bread" Monsieur smiled. "He
stables ahuubl be cleanly and well ven- ! hind that chateau yonder are soldiers and
t'lated. D.siufestants may be use ful and j cannon ; they are the king's ; with them is
I ,f " necessary. Ana ol t he
answer: l-arhotic a en .
I ! , , . , , , '
a little salt added.
I iy 1.1 limiud quan-'
tites may be allowed.
Tu regard to remedies I wish to say
that hfroic treatemrnt should not be tol
erated; Blood 1
and arterial sedative are all of them either
injurious or uncalled for. Next , whatever
medicines are administered should not be
as the animal is sure to be thrown into a
..: :.. . 1. . p i- 1 1 . . . i
iu uijimi, o.m rumw 01 me meuiciue
will, in such event, be almost sure to find
its way into the windpipe and bronchial
tubes, thus inducing fatal bronchitis or
pueumotii.i. Balls should not be given
as they will be coughed back or out. and
B A f t j.rn t Zi4 u,,a A .1. . . 1
the irritability of the throat will be increas
ed in attempting to pass them over with
ine ua in or n iirer.
I owders are well-
u useless, as when mixed with the
f oJ and powders. ELetuaii -s. sv.,
.i. I . l- . . .
ui pao i e a ! e i tie on i iorms m whichmcdi-
f,Ja, ,JI ron, cr hromo chloralum. and abused me. Take it "
The patient should he properly groumed, The,e was no outcry, there a9 no
and the noso and eyes frequently sponged! shunting, but the multidude looked at
with water, and the limbs, if cold, band- ' each other, and they knew that to attempt
aged I he drink should have the chill : those walls would he death Th- kintr
sl.ffu.tiy removed, but not enough to make was great and powerful ; he had many
it warm and unpilatahly. The diet should soldiers and cannon ; the people c,e poor
be light- and ot a laxative nature ; any j and weak, and scarcely armed at all. Be
spont teed or bran, wjetted or sealed, with ' fore thev took those walls th- re w-,hl 1
c.oes may bv euccwsfully adm,,.,st( red in the old warehouse at the quay near bv
cases where the throat is tender and irri- where in the morning he was to be that
tihle, and coughing easily induced. f ,r having insulted the people
"al.ue med.cine. I regard as the most j Monseignenr, wl,.,, he heard the de
meiuiiiij this , d:sea-e. . Anv of tl
lowing will answer .Chlorate of potash, '
muriate of ammonia, or hyposulnhate or
soda. As au anod vne to relieve the cough, mob. There, and he so proved, was some
fluid extract of belladonna may be added, one else who said nothing, and only smi!ed
i he proper dose of either ot these medi- and prayed, but she was only a poor-flow-cinesmay.be
rubbed up with two or three , er gi.l, and so nobody cared for her, even
ounces of honey or molasses and these pour- ! in the last decree
ed in the mouth from a small bottle or plac- j You know,0 Monseignenr, that we are
ed on the tongue with a spoon. Given only a poor country town, with few riches
in this way th medicines w ill be readily ; and less history, and so one of the -real
lapped up and easily swadowed. But lit- nobles scarcely" ever came, here only M.m
tle trouble is required togive it, and nodau- j seigneur the Marquis, because it w-as the
gor of gettmg.anv medicine in the trachea J seat of his chateau. There were al-o few
will be incurred by this method. About ; troops, and the behind the barricades
uie inroat and over the wmd-p,pe, a sharp
stimulating liniment should he nil. hod in
In cases that pfove severe, or are compli
cated with other! and more set ious diseases,
a competent veterinarian should be em
ployed.' We are now pained to recoid the most
alarming aympiomsof the Epihippic that
has yet occurred in the city, vrz : the ap
pearance of the' Hor-e biopsy, which ac
cording to our telegrams yesterday morn-
tnr, attacks horses that h ive suffered sev
erely from. the Epizootic.
The cases referred to appeared in ihe
stables of Samuel Merrill, Esq., Snperin
tendent of the Rdeigbt Gas Works. The
symptoms are nearly in accoidauce with
those contained in our telegrams from
Tew YTork yesterday morning, viz: Swel-
nngAi the Deny and legs, arid other symp
Ums ad described. Only a few mules
have as jret taken the EDizootic. and we are
glad to say the uialadj does not spread in
this direiction. U the mulea and Wtle
are taken, with it as is reported in otLer
lnltriia"tT.U -.Ml !J .3 CI 'iL
luvuuv.ir, uivu ue wmmueeu oe iu a pitta'
SALISBURY N. C. fNOYEBIBEK
WHAT LOVE DID FOR MOXSEIG-
: NEUR THK MARQUIS.
Ho was a Marquis Monseignenr, and
she only a Hor giil wh sold flowers
She raw him one day riding iu bt"b es
tate at the ht-ad of the .bobles, and she
loved him. She 1 What ctuild a poor git!
do who fell in love with snch a Marquis T
He Irnd wealth, and pnwtrj arid pride.
She had tithing ; but love will do great
things sometimes. Mouseigneur great
things sometimes. iV
You see that old chatran there behind
the hish wall and the terrace, an embank-
ment overgrown with flJwers.atid trees.
"Yes." -.isi K--i -
Well, one day that chateau was a fort
bristling with cannon, the terrace an em
bankment, glittering witTi bayonets, and
therreet here, and the street thrr, and
the street yonder, and the '' oif he other
side of that a .g1 of TuVKfngft.rii-us
There had hern no bread that day, nor
the oue bf..re, nor lie "nr.e b foe that,
and the people were famished, thoujrh the
nobles tolled in wealth and splendor.
Through the city that morning men witjf
ominous faces and red caps ruiht have
been seen standing before the wine shops,
and up in by-ways talking with the pen
pie; about mid-day there began to aiise a
murmuring throughout the city later il
culminated info a roar, and then with one
wild outcry the people were running mad
in the streets, armed and furious, ravii,g
for bread or blood.
Mongeiirneur tho M.trm.ij ln1 V
away that morning somewhere in the
countrv. and retnrninc- th.. ri...w,l o..
O ( ' - - . . c n
o winner and ins
grandfather before him had borne hard
farther and liir
names ; Uo . seigneur himself .vas you g
yet, and though he had done all in all fo"r
j people, there were bad men amongst his
j class, as there are everywhere, and so he
j was hated. Ah ! he was fair that moro
i inir. lirliii" on ih. litn.r.t.. i.; .. .i
i r -r " i im i ip. iitp iiii r iiiih
: and ao'illo... hi- I. ..,t i.:. a .
rich and costlv
When the people saw
him there ro8e a mighty mrtciy, and with
ar they eWed him;' they had
torn him from his ho.se, borne him on
tin? chateau swarmed with soldiers, and
- 1 n"" cannon nrrc tliev lett turn, Hie tor mine is more tu me than all the
and as by one mighty iinjuiUe they drew i piide of Amsterdam," he said, and search
back and h it him standine- ;il..n.. I... t ... 1 e.l mi
the barri.-ade. :!... nl.li..r-
euouI, fr ihousni.ds of
! nmn: n. u f :,;., V..,. 1 : ,. .1
'" u"'" A wu lj.l I." IIJSUUI U
many killed and llnir starvinrr fau.ili..M
worso than before.
"Ha !" It swept like an echo through
the crowd. There was one thing then i.i
th hands of the people ; It was revenge.
Ah there wis something in that; and
there were those who whispered that to
t ill i..., . 1 r
Sail the I,,ng lbt of evils that his cruel
family had done forever ; and so a-ain
.tioureigiii'ui was 10 oe revenged on
they se,ze l him
It was with no sudden outcrv this time.
but wi;h a firm determination and resolve,
thai he was seized, pinioned and home to
the markut place, where poor girls sell
Here there was a scaffold ai d a bench,
when? the girls sat, and Monseignenr was
tried and decieed to die at sunrise for
having defied the people. It was so de
creed, and as the piison stood in where
the cluteau and barricades were, they
tl teed him down l.e il,' . :..
muttered an epithet of abhorrence at the
infamv of h., ,n.,.A...,. i... ..i ...
and so Monseignenr the Marquis was left
witu only a tew hundreds of a guard, w ho
were placed at 8 o'clock in the evening to
wateh all night.
In the morning he was to die.
Early that night a horse rattled out on
the north ever yonder by the marshes
and from the way the horse's head was
turned and the way the dust rose, he waa
judged by the sentinel at the chateau to j
i.a.e gone on me road to 1'an.
1 uai nignt, ot course, mere was no re
joicing in the village; partly because
there was no bread, and partly because
there was no joy ; but there was restless
nee and excitement on account of what
was to take place at sunrise. The people
have been sometimes called bloody, Mon
sieur, but wc are not and I believe that if
it had been possible in the minds of the
people to have saved Mouseigneur the
Marquife, be would ha-e been saved, but
they, had settled it in their minds, and
there was no possibility.
The people also knew that after thev
had threatened to take Mooselgneur's life, !
when tha Iroopa came, u' they itxtely
21 187 '
would there would be a terrible r. tribo
.".. , ou alter be was drtd who was to
fay who hhd thrcateued this thing, and so
it nas to be done.
At 4 o'clock it wag daybreak ; at 5 sun
rise -about 3, Monseignenr, sitting lean
jug his back against a pillar of the qoay.
heard something fall into the water. He
listened ; there was some one talking. It
was well he thought they bad come to
muruer Inra in the night, and he rose op
to face them.
It Monsieur had been outside he would
have seen the caps of soldiers climbing up
over the quay, but iindde be saw nothing,
nntil presently a challenge, suddenly a
flash, a roar, and with loud cheers n body
id soldiers rose up out of boats and poured
over the quay.
There was a fight, the neoola tiinnrh
u was a desperate sally from the cbaiean,
a-d foughtWd to drive them back the
so.diers in the chateau thought it was .1
tum h atnongn the people, and nonred
out upon th.ni. Ah! but there was a
desperate fight, and many were killed,
iuos-y f the p.-ople, and when the, sun
rose, the quay was piled with slain, and
the soldiers were in possession of the town,
and hundreds of the people piisoners.
Monseignenr was safe. Count St. Mar
ccau on the river on the road to Fans with
boat and soldiers, h-urd all and came.
I bus it was said.
"And.-'asked Monseigneur,wbow heard
you this ?
' Excuse me, nir?. It was a girl, Marie.
Hie said. At midnight the senlinelon the
I onion mad brought to me a girl f, borse
b ick. She stated all to ine, and implored
me to save you."
"The girl -at where she is now I do
not know-came i;,Us. 1 thought some
hason of yours, Monseignenr, though she
was a fair giil ai.d a unahst one too "
They found h. r, Monsieur, close up
against the chaieau wM where the fight
was thick st. .She lay between the bodv
,.(..,!.: i i ' . . . . J
1 en. "Thev SZ yrlU
! l-e if she h.d hi the . n'f a , h" '
I there, lor Monsurthe uu j 2
un. s. ioier anu that ..I a dead c iti
1 himself, and
w.mhl no: he stayed.
She that ij-ked
Mi- was dying. In ike next room of
the old chateau she lay on the great bed,
n v, r i:. d since the death of Madame the
ManjuM ; her Line eyes closed, her b. own
hair tlii,,g on the ptllnw, and her small
hand lying outside, .-he, a poor flower
g.ii, dying iu the chateau of the proud
Marquise. She opened her eyes. "Is
Monseignenr the Maiquis here V'
"es. li.lv." His voice was marvel
ously tremulous, and he tok her band.
"On the me irow, sir, the people taken
in riot are going o he executed. Can they
"Will you do something for me T"
He pr-ssed her hand.
"1 hope you w ill save them. The
1 moil peopic an
e hard opp.essed, th,e rich
low h;nd, and when we rise
do not know I
sometimes a?a ust wio..,- l..
tr i-a a.-w-o tl. I t. - 1
we are snie lo be defeated because we are
fo ,"ui. i iii you uo wuat you can tor
Mouseigneur, the prond Marquis, eat by '
..v. p.iic in, ii iu"iii. anu nexi iiav
hur I...H .1,1. , L 1 .!
no-,lo..r. w .. "1 a .... i .
W, : , i " '
I hey came, and said she uii-'ht be s iv,
Clj... ' Ul Dc dT
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lou see, Vnnsir-ur. that handsome o d
ladv yonder, thai is she Varie the fl,w-
: . V . ''Iru U1C now-
! I'll- O..W I,.re,.., ,... 11 1.-I
ami l.i .l
V ' 1 ..... . u u . T. V I
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peop:e. in.-yc.inot want bread, they
are. happy and on tinted ; and why ? be
cause love will do cient things fometimcs.
From the Wa-diinton Patriot, JCov. 5.
DISTANT Dlv AY.
"l'overty" sivs the
says the grim novelist, ' rai party over a" New Albany. Nei
sed, b, ore it takes posses- th. r did he receive the ironical and mali-
..1...1 ... . . . ,
C-1...1 a iii.iu euineiy, 10 aitacK Ins
. , neiy, ,0 attacK his ex-
: the coM lings of l.is bead,
tiemities hist : the
teet and hands
5 ,m H.ways us nrst prey "
We sometimes think this is tiue of other
than human beings. A
shows decay at iHimts re-
V" ""ea uegail IO
i""al,rri u "ibi uiue sympioms were on
its purchased branches in Mississippi.
The first crack in the credit of the Ver
mont Central, soon to increase till all was
shivered to peices, was in one of its leases
or guaranteed roads, or its subsidiary ex-
r . r. . m ritmrittriiwd ...... ,. 1 1 i t
, as if the mammoth corperation which de-
l I . .-. uu iiu,.uciiii iikhj
nomiuates I'ennsy Ivania, and its tryiiic
i i , V "
to clutch the railway rule of the whole
DsTn,r,n Vr , VnThi'
v rf r " "EljPI,6n, for
7rrrvyM , . ., ,
V.m y. 1 l ir,9 P ' A? lI'e
L U t , ;UTJ CO,nn
panyis the trunk out of which sprout all
tnamerof m.nor corporations, guaranteed,
leased, purchasid, improvement compt-
' Pre compa-
r.xcepi or the sap generated m the
main body, and which is sure in the bud
to tail, they would have been leafless
long ago. One has fallen ai
most uuob- !
served. Ist summer, amid universal
local execration, peiuhcd the Southern ; .it thousand year, or more to grand old
Improvement Company, which dealt in Adam, and then
u:l. It was a coufe.scd branch of tho -.Not a wave of trouble roil, acroaa ihi peace
great tree, but the parentage was adroitly j ful breast."
concealed. Next aud quite recently we , ,mmt '
sec what is known as the Southern Secu- ' There is one comfort left us, anyhow,
rity Company mysteriously involved with We know how lo bat (Jrant next time,
a worthless Memphis bank, and a deeper- We'll nomiuate him LonisrtUe ConrUr
ate creditor to au enormous amount for Journal.
cash deposits. AI) this was the money : This witticism earru. with it a vobime
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.- of meaning. If the late election haa de
Aud now we Lave mutiny and damage mo nitrated anything at all, it is that the
nearer home. It loilra it ill K . t mIan,imii f n v.. ...i. r
.lease of the.New Jtr.ey coxnpanie., eo.1-
I r mm l . - t , .
1 :ir"Vr ,4?. not north
;,:ir:rvn wuicn",p d tin.
urvugo ioai sort cr n tkbssness which
pple in the moment of delirium (for cor
porations get drunk as well as men ) exhibit.
1 o accompli those leases to engineer
tbem along throughJegiaUturrs and courts
and besitatmg stockholders must have
coat millions. The legitimate expendi
tures most have been enormoua, and what
those of another description are never
will be known till, in the day of eonsum
mate trouble, stock or bondholder's cum
mtttee of investigation .kt for them,
ine .New Jersey act of Assembly rcquu
lug the lease lo be recorded, is as plain
as Mr. Justice Bradley could make it, and
be is not at band to remove the difficulty.
U, as is most probable, the work will
have to be doue over agai,,k the prospect
tve outlay must be terrible. There is too
snucl, stock and ' Louda in the market
already. fw ,'trsey may thing her
uiiud and recUiro her independence,
fetockbolders may recover thetr senses,
and decide, after all, that honest New
Jersey divideus arc safer than the Urgcr
ones which rest upon a qu stionable guar
amy iucl, a fmare t,f expense and
trouble, will probably be too much even
for the intrepidity of the financial mana
gers, who hare flinched at nothing bvfore,
and the New Jersey offshoot tuav be al
lowed to drop. All those we repeat, are
ugly signs. There i a limit lo corpora
tion credit, and there are watchful eyes
that quickly detect it when il ia reached.
It looks very much as if the day of
reckoning has come or was approachiug
A HOUT ADAM.
FrotM the Louitille Courur-Jourriil.
We have always believed in Adam.
We have hx.ked upon biin as one to h.ni
mankind has Ueu under j-culur obbg,.
lions. btandiiiL' bv ihf .:.! .i I . ..
tliA finl m r.i...l . A 1 .
- j - - ... .v Ji " I
... ''in nun, uressea m a sun.p
tuous bear skin, he af-peara to us, as we
l.M.k backward through the dim vista of
the centum s upon him, as a pers ,n iudis
penaabl to ibwuture ol his rare. Origin
philosophers would try to itfake u U liet e
that that niaj.-siic figure is a iuc.uk. v ;
and sometimes the result of human events',
elections for instance, seem unaccountj
hie, except upon the Darwinian hypothe
sis. Hut we hold that the man w h'o would
n fleet upon the d. nr d. put4d-io such an
ungrateful way d-.et uui deserve the
sympathies ol his kind ; as f.,r oumKes.
we intend to nad on: fig laf to the rim.!
and cling to the old Adam. What h.
knew aUiut farming served hiai in go.,d
stead in the hour ot his dis.ipK,i:itiUen;,
and, though overmuch girm to hit g in
the shade and munching npph s, we know
that w hen be found hiras. !l one mornii."
on the wrong side of a certain g iT.l, n
gate be indulged in no unmanly repining
- he neither whimpered over bis fate, i.r.r
made faces and shook bis fn-t at the
guardian of the forfeited premises, but
diligently act Uimse f to woilt 1., ,
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.bv...., uiiu.-i 11 10 WOIK IO UeVrl.it
: liriltl...!. M . I . ...... .1 -
; pi,)piu J VW
, r Th,.ro ,r . ,M .
I ' we use 10
j character of tl
present age and dwill
ie rrand old tiatnarrh
Sometimes, even when our desk m iy be
covered with hsl aicouuta lost on the
t-hction, we gei to thinking on Adam and
don t care bow big the Liberal maiorilv
; . :.. v v . i. J
:. : v - i
i ia iu .cw i oik.
,,:w was never t,ou
bled aUut election bets, or anythint: el-
! .1 . . ' 3 ,U,"K 1
I except the grafts in his orchard. 11c had
' 1,0 tnotber in-law, and bis w ife never
Kn.Uo,,! I.;m ;,i 1 1, T ,, ,
. her mill.uer's Will. 11,
had a natural aoii.ail.v tr. ... .L 1 ...
t"J " t v , ui
U-.. o ......... ... ...I I - , .
u'"-r wuuieu over missing shirt
He never snppoitdlan unsucressful
candidate for Pusident and saw hi- hopes
for a seal in the Cabinet grow dimmer
and dimmer as the reports came in. Nor
were his ears dea'cned and bis fielines
1 hull bv the boom iii" of il
ciuU8 congratula.in of his neighbor the
niorniug af.er the electiouon the fortitude
ilH wU5ci, ue bor
re up under adverse
His eves were never . T.., ,.!... I I,-
the rmni.no, 1 u. .
-iliraMwaMu U4U Iti i' U.ftll II I' I H
f i,;- r i. .. . r
,g al ,ue i,lManCe 0f his
partner when the devil made a corner iu
apples, his life
Po be sure,
was emiueutly a success,
he never had the pioud
consciousness of having established piio
ciplcs that be knew would ultimately
win in spite of the influenc of a hostile
ir1tni..uiral ,.n i ., t l.:l. I t.
inevitable defeat ..mm i.in, . t;.t l.
l,BV, . t ', ,7
nave the pleasure of seeing the old party
inei of ignorance and pr.jud.ee bioken
ln- disapring bcf.r
the hills facing th. sunset, iu the bappv
Uime before bis eldest began to V;
"J to run around will, urange wo.
Wrn ff"ra l,,e Und ol could watch
hi. shooting .coin, wi.bo.it a care, ,,or
troable Lim8elt witL lLe fular Li,
lle ,Uod. (or u, M tht zrini CXPnjr,Ur
'of, uccc1. ad as we hear the noiaV of
unsympathetic thousands shoutiug- over
eniDtv victonea. and sueil th fi.mf-a c.t
.nU,Ml i. .1 u. i
mMM ww m. A U 11 ft A. A M ft I 111 II fta W 1 ftfti IIII
the South i. .officieot cause for hi rrjec-
10.WUOLE NO. 850.
.lion by tU Northern n,
not ho or hat .h '
bow Dure and nstrimi il . . t .1 .
. r - -. woHiiivi AX9
dootb in accepting bi, iitsaiUn. TU
instant the South approves the North
'condemns. Reconciliation neither tails
their interests nor their inclination. Cow
ardicr. malice and greed role the Lour.
Ynm thl Ohio StatcMasn.
TWINS-HOW A YOUNG COUPLE
SAW DAYLIGHT OX THE CARS.
i.Th.T IC'.fic "l,r trnn the Pan
Handle R.tilrtad left the Coloaibai depot
on Friday evening Uet, onder the charge
of Conductor Drury. Nothing transpired
to distuib the monotony of the condnctor'a
call on drowsy passengers for 'lickeu,
gc.tlen)en( until tbn train wai bet tnH
Denoison and teabenrille. Tbi to
waa noufied that a lad passenger drf:red .
Lis pretence. He fraod the lady evident
Jy in sme 1 rouble and embarrassmenU To
his afHimativc response in the query
whether she was marri-d. jhe lady stated
tbat she was on b. r uay from Cincinnati
to meet hr husband iu New Y ik, and
that a crisis was impending, involving tbo
appearance of an additional pVefger
1 hi suit led the conductor, of cour,bat
with a heart big at an elephant be H to
ork to nuke the lady cnmforuble. Ait
the passengrr were lustily sbufil-d into
another car, and suchferxialc as is :a nee as
could be procured on the train at brought
into rrquieilion. u a briifiiroe the luilo
stranger -a fn.c bouncing gu it ih
phrase pnt iu au appeaianc, and tb
conductor omgratulauJ birasi'f cn hi
h ippy escape lioia a cih taaa. With a
bent overwhelming with syrupafbv, b
arranged on its prompt a wanfnp ior tie
very young lady fir.m hi own tutderrloth
'i g. Il -is rot ctactlv in l vl of
ItlTtnl u:fll" n.h.nl.
.. . j
! Vork papers, vti it nrvtd a
Itat this is not .11. The train kfi Sten
U nvt'le on tuce. and wo cvn ihundedi.g
thmu-h and around the hd'o! Vrst Vir
giui.i, when hf rmn.l'jcter reeetred aa
other shk Thia litm it was Cn
bouncing boy." I'w ,ns, by j.v J (lac
a Hack, ye and the ..thrr a Pan-H audb r.
1 he remaind. r of lury". litH t. wrul to
siart the little f. In w c.t, hi. j .rtey
through I he world. Then f.r l-ar d what
mi-la lupj-e.,, the train hanted up;
iu due time ,t i eachrd Piftthurg, and the
lady and the lo unjicketi d pa4-ng ra
wiiC tcndciljr roovcred to rotbiottallo
quaitcr. at the I uhoi Iir,t Htr !, U
i lelegtatn h..RrJrd lo tbr buba.Ml
in New Yoik, wh eh probably Idled Uta
-ut of his bK.ts. At lat advtcw tbo
mother and chu irrn were liutng wrlf.
I hr twins err taii-ly crniu 'i,r-J Iif on
der ( xtraidiiary circum.utai s. Ikrn
ei a fa.t poing IV' tic tra i. the one in
h:u md ihe otb-r in Wr-l Viiibia, it it
sifclopiom.se they will be leaaouably
fast young pw.p!e. The mother is reprc
eti led is a mort estimable lady, but not
given to the study of almanacs."
Good temper is the sunshine of ihe do
m-stic circle, and must Ik- prin-d and cul
tivated accordingly. Fretfuliifss, ptevUb
ness, biltcrnrss aud anger must t-e view id
as so many hissing tnak-sf and driven
from every hcirt that cleraj the diMinc
tion c-f be'ng happy. When Usnptrd to
giveaway to any ill-f -tli,g, s. If restraint
must be exercised, and mutual forbearance
shown. Much will be accomplished ly
carrying out the dcirnoinatioa that bold
shall never lose their ttnp-r at th saroa
lim the one lunging water where lb
other bring fire. "En tU m treat each
other's te. lings," it hasten well said,
"with b-uity, aud leam to b. at ocraMon
firve, 1.1 md. def and ilnrub esecia?ly
dumb. Not sullenly dumb, but sTenrl
dumb. Nr t sib-nt fiota modisbues. and
Keer!, but aileut fiom ,ej .n aud affec
tion, looking out the while hkc a mariner
in a dark nig hi f.r ihe first :uak ol the
dawn, and bailing it with a grv, ful wel
come " A gentle contrast, a ueil ar.aig-.-d
diversity, gives a rlih to tnaiiii I fr-.
It if the necessary Condition, howtver, of
such a diversity lhat the parties should
vi w things occasionally f.vra a ddTrre nt
point of View, and wisdom will be repair
ed, iheii fore, by mutual concession, gen
tleness, god humor and for bears tce, to
.revtnt such diieraitiea of iaU, ol opin
mn, Ucotn.ng ihe source .,f quarrel, mi
tatiou, or, lo uc a phrase of modem coin
age, "uapjrle." A clergyrcao, who
had lied the mirriage knot fr many a
couple, waa cartful alwaya t whisper lo
the bride, at bit parting counsel, "R
sure nevi r to have the Lot word" an ad
vice which is excellent, but which is aar
pisscd by the rcconi.ocnuatiyn that bcilh
cr t arty should take th rf. one.
Chicago bat gaiocd one tbiog by tbo
great fire; she ha. grt an anniversary.
The seventh of OctotM-r, I S7 1 , has barnrd
its memoiial iridil,bly into the life of
that busy. cs.ttrprUii.g city. A year has
parsed, and lac city ia blf rebuilt, in a
more durable manner, ou a grander stale,
and with far better provisions for lb? fu
ture than before. Individual! have .affer
ed irrejrable lossc, and iho whole com
munity sharrd to aoroe extent in the
calamity ; and yet a finer and larger city
is rapidly rising to completion where on
year ago was a chanetT ar.d smoking
heap of ruins. The buitle of basine.
and the song of workmen has taken the
place of sobs and lamentations, and happy
homes obliterate ihe traret ot the great
deeolution. All of which shows tha
abounding energy and hopt fahi.aa of our
pcople.and is ui earnest of fat are growth
aud glory. Chicsgo deserre. the congrat
ulilioos, aud ha. won the respect, of lb
whole country. If she kpf on at her
present rate sue will not haveatbes enoagh
leA for her sinner, lo sprinkle their head.
with. GAlen Aye.