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'Ste&a B00K STORE '
jV, J. J . I I5RU.XER,
' . i Proprietor nnI Editor;
Ose "YeMi, paynMeiu nlvant. ....$12.00
Six Months' ' - I ".....; 1.00
to one address, .......... 10.00
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.SAWSBlTKYi N. C MAY 1, 1873.
For over lOUl'Y YEAliS thw
i . . . ..
tl VKlt MEDICI N'E Km proved to be the
! oueat'lnfailing specific
for LlVEtt CoilPLAlST nndit painful offspring,
' DYSl'KIWIA. CONSTIPATION, Jaumh'.-e
liillioun "attntkii, SICK HE AD AC1I K3- Colic
i I)preiiio!ro! S;iri t . JH T'RSTO M ACIC, Heart
;baru;0lIILLS AN1) rEVKUdc., Ac.
; After j-carsjof carcfiU pxpiThiionln, tennocta
prrtt and urgent demand, xv! Uiiy,v prwduce from
oar original iicltHuc volent i-
. a Liaula fun. ( RIMliON'H LlVEli 1?EGU
ili.vrOilvejntAiniiitf a I its woiudeiiul and val
j uahle prrrimrtle?, aiid ijllr it in
1 Theorderi(fiicc aWfore,) I.Hipr.p.u-kajro
; OVlAk lJ man
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NO.,33. WHOLE NO. 873
lxxiiis ol nny kind jvou
liioyrauliiHS. Music 13'Hiks
the best authors; UUuk
thdihnost Ptvlibh kibd;
Aid pt Bibles, rrarbr HooTts, Hymn
Music.. Nove is of
ook. Albums of I
Woe he to the man who lives
li the iale of that which giten
Such tierce luadnexa to the brain,
So inuch trouble, ao rauch pain 1
jreaveii'ii 2iden eale. alaat
Drunkard feet nhall nerer tm
Andfiin slnit ax clone, methink,'
Against thoe who sell Klrong drinks.
' b aToid that thorny way,
L. Leading far from light of dar.
Down to deeient deutlm of gloom-f-rr
i.'j l..i- ...r..i a....
I" UlUIIkdIU a IHIIOltlWIUi
itBe it evermore vo:ir aim
Some poor drunkard to reclaim;
Ihitjof -that deep cup-bewnre,
..Whose last drop will bring despair.
1 fhould like tp retire asenon a;:of-! a letter whose intelli
sible. for ruy jvrpai inepl waa xcvusirpj j ; ' earprise :
'CVrtatnljj i 'I lie womatr. ftarted bp
witlr nlacriiyj j?- : , . j j
ence filled nae with
Where, are j yoa cmg to put Lliu 7'
arked ray guide. .
1 'Up chamher. j
'Put biiu in Iaac' room.'
'It the mq8t cnrofortahle (
'I tell ymiliio !;
Unt here 1 1 interrupted the whipppred
colloquy.", j , ,V ).
'I am not particular I don't care w icre
yon IndgR inji only make hau.'
So 1 waa conducted np a,1 steep lai dcr
that stood in a corner of ihe mom, iut ,an
apartment peph'd with flrping ifnms aud
vrntilrtt-d by, one rmall tviudow, whrtri a
cot tiodatpndf crowded itve- agai'istjjhe
board parlitirii and a pine taLL'j wiihUvi o
or nine ci)M8, lorini-n ine sole atteqnpis
From the AiLiU Herald, lCth.
ATATALERKOR POISONED BY
on the i i-hl of tlicfI7th of October. Alice! nine rim k last Atlanfa
had not been well for some time : In fact. lrt bJ a rnnrUui two or three
I must tell on potnethinir verr. verr
strange,' wroie my snter, Mhat happened
Vitrs; School ? Hooks, all kiud in eneral
use. Slates. Ipks, Writing Pmiht of th best
cjualty; Wall Pa p' and Window Shades
in great variety. Music Tiacbera for vocal.
1'iauos, liaujo, vioiiiis &
A X70HD TO rAIlMSRS
Bhy a fr Jollarg
year, f.r your sons an
worth of books every
1 haiulsaml take a d
uew&oaper, they will Workjbetter aud be more
cheerful. 1 ry it.
A "K70XIZ SO FAHfiSSRS SOUS.
! Bay no poWdcror PKEPAK ED SIMMONS'
JdVEU UlUlUEATOK iinL-Ki in oar engraved
wrapper, with Trade ijiark, Sump and fcigna
turc unhrukon.' None) other is genuine.
. I : J. 11. ZE1LIX co.,
j IMacon, 0a. and, Phil ado -phia.
rou 8 ALt uy tiieo. r. kluttz.
; Fcbf'JU UJ I I Salisbury X.G.
fpllK S'flrttTOKTiifc AfiK will present a pair
; I. -of tine pU-tuen Worlh Uf evt-ry sub-
: scriher for IT1," who jjiay ?- pO.in advance for'
! a yearV suhription. 'The picture-eniit led
'ISiibB.Put 'lieiiuhi--iHexw:uU'd- in llielii'.vst s4 ie
" Lidioprsiihie printing; piinicl sui I'.iee
each is Tl1 Whe, -and 'ihe pictures sell in "tiir
i siorcn rr?J;iO per pair. .
j lltvT. 11. t'r.i ri'. iiir.u, ! D , i Contributing
1 lu-v.ill.t.lllv..i i ! lvli'oi-a.
The i;i:l i.-a wvtUjy Kamy lfapVrt adapted
i tl)i-.J.i..one ( iri If, t)if Fjimii i, ihe Mvchanie',
ilc Tr4leHnji.ii, aiikii in'.'evqry m-;iii of the
'Vou have something Ut
last of. Tk6 farm
prosper; when it fails, al
is the keystone tit every
von eau't be a greatl
the nu of a farmer
auc Clay were farmer's .aj
tniU-d thev studied
Cull and see tne atid luV over bdolfs
his', hot while they
l ye. ltuy a giMid
Ireaitaud digest it, and
JStiae; it l
ii. in, a
4 nli it i
ct'n naT init elniraeter, nor
i.irrtA or k-etaiiau. Ii4.M'Us aH i!:e my.'s ul
the d.tr,- colbjed with a vwwio eorreetnefand
aecuracy. il eid'inink l.e tlhdwith the
luleert in liter appr.ipii.ite t.. i!.e ili'll'eient do-partineiits-JSitrief,
llistt.rieal Iliora phical
hkttehe,Trat-eland Adyentiire, Sal-hatli Eead
in, Wit and Ilunior, Agrieullural, Correspon
dence, an Ijpiitone of It lie Xvufs j.f the Day, Ac.
'Tle piiblicalion of Orisjiuafj Slriri.es is a special
feature sofljie: Act:, sand for j thif year we have
procured several from the pn of popular and
lnUrrstiuit writers. In this : Dejiartment alone
w can jiroinW our readers etileijUiinmeiit e-pial
in eharacte- io that of any of tlr? popular story
nd Get a
T'liKMS IK ADVANCE
Qae Copy on year, (Kviili '2 pictures,)
",' v f f "." without pictures,
on the table.
The woman set the light an oil lamp
be proud and to
ten it succeeds - nil
flat, Dou't think
mail -Itecaase ' yni are
T i E
UNDER THE MOON.
Under the moon'two lovers walked
j The silver moon, the round full moon
Under its beams they softly talked
I Of yonth aud love and Juue. j
And they plighted their vow9 in the silvery
For their hearts, like the moon were fall
Under. the moon they walked again
The setting moon, the wauiug nnwin
Aud scarcely a word was said by the twain ;
Oh. moon, you sett -o goon.
And love in oueof the beans, like the rim
Of vlie waning moon, grew faint and dim.
Under the skies a maiden stood ;
; The cold uight skies, th6 inoonless
She heard the owl in the lonely wood,
; And shehard her owu' deep sighs.
'Heart and skies devoid of light,
"Godi" she cried, "what a dreary uight !"
Under the skies is a narrow mound
! The watrhfull skies, the starry skies
And tl rays of the moon, to full and
Shine down where the maiden lies.
And they shine on the tickle loyer who
.Walks, with another and woosanew.
MY MIDNIGHT PERIL.
a oil picture or not let
tve t intend tnat
Voiii rlii ollire to in
! e will give von
ydu lake it avvav ;
any bad work shall h
iijje ns and the husilnesk. Call and rv.
Up Stairs beticctn Paricrs a;l dliss Mc
Wuidw Shades. W
ritlntr paper. Ink
. i Mind I don't iutejnd o be under sold.
Feb. 27. tf.
o I 1 iO
"Fv'err .reader of the SiMIUT OF Till: Age ns
published Ufre the war, is i arnes'.ly rwpiester
to renew, iiifir puirunajje, wiw iur nimmwi
L 1 YY . l
.13. If "
)S & RllOUGHTOM.
ilafeigh, N. C
Tht only; Reliable' Gift Distribution in the
. ' '! lr ', Country I
V xn VilZiTJA33Z.Z3 QITS I
tO HZ JJISTKlBtfTED IN
L .j i D. - s m E S
1CUI liKCL'LAK MONTllI.V
To be flfaicn 3ondanfJunc 2d, 1S73.
' TWO GUAND CAPITALS OF
'Anythiiipj:inore I can get you sir.'
'Nothing thank j-ou.'
'I hope you'll sleep well, sir. When
shall I call you V . j
'At four o'clock in the morning, if iyou
please. I ninst walk over to It Sta
tion in timet for the ecven o'clock j ex
pros.' 'I'll be snre to call yon, sir. I
She withdrew, leaving rne alone in the
gloomy littl apartment. I gat down and
looked aiound me with no very agrequbh
'I will sit down and write to Alue,' I
thought. i hat will sceilie my n fives
and quiet me, pe rhaps.
I 4l f ceiuled the. ladder. The fire still
glowed redly on the hearth beneath ; ray
companion and the wojnan Hat beside it,
talking in a low tone, and a third person
at at the table eating - a short, stout, vil
lainous-looking mui, in a red flannel shut
and muddy trowsers.
1 ask for writing metrnal?, and relum
ed to my room to write to my wife.
'My darling Alice.'
I paused and laid down mv pen as I
concluded the words, half smiling Jo thin
what she' would say could she know of
my strange iiunrp-rs.
Nor until ..both sheets were coveted" dn
1 lay aside; iijy pen nt-.d pi j ire to (dumber
As I loj.luii my jper, 1 happened to
glance towards-. tin- (oiic:i.
T II R I LLING AD YEN TU II K.
Was it tire "le
rleee: h of Drtn- 1 here was a ci-ac
bi-i- I-hbali 1 ever foiirei i;s lVticbv dai k
TUe i , i ! it of i be sevi
r - i i i i
ivi,- iv- l atk, ' iiaiKness icvoini
f- I I . . - -.
ne?s lllieionlr of the uu! uii.ual wind through , Ut tfoiin I hing Ji.ni
mi a Ir.i'n in eve ob
Irian) li;i I litilir.i ?
!i -i c, but only blank
: l e if.itt Ii ivr s
ue iiau oen connneo io ntr oca ifariy a
wet k, and 1 was silting beside heK read-
lisp, Jt was late - the clock had struck
one when ail ot a sndilen she seamed to
aint away, growing white and riid as a
cirspe. l Hastened to ca 1 a i tnce,
hut nil our efforts o restore animation
... - . i
were in vain. I was just about fending j
lor tlie doctor, when her senses returned
as suddenly as thry had left her, and she
sat np in bed, punching back her hair aud
'Alice!' I exclaimed, 'now you have
tenirted ns all. Are you 111 T j
iNot ill f he Huswered, 'but I feel eo
stiang. Gracie I have been with toy hus
And all onr reasoning failed to convince
her of the impossibility of her as?eitions.
the persists to this moment that she saw
you and was with yon on the 17lh of Oc
tober or rather on ih morning of the
lStb, h -re and how nlie cannot tell,
but we think it must have been some
dream. She is better now, and-1 wish
yon coald see how fast she Is Impror-in-.'
This is my plain, unvarnished iale. I
do not pretend to exnlain or account for
its mysteries. I simply relate facts Let
psychologists unravel the I abyrinthlcal
skein. 1 am not superstitions, neither do j 'fe "nd death
men bad bni .poisonejil by mistake at
Heard, Craig ic .V drbj store, and that
they were d)'iug or d'-a. Uon ioventi
gation, wf f.mn 1 that Teten!y aln-nt half
past five o'clork. Dr.J. W.Craig and
Judge Thos. PaJInro, two members of
the firm of Heard. Craig & Co., had gone
I into the cellar of their store to take an
evening tot'dy, Judge Pal In to complaining
that he was feeling unwell. When they
reached the cellar, Mrl J. F. Jones the
head pharmaceutist, who was wojking
down in the laboratory! proposed to fix
mem np "an extra nice untta. ltuy
cousentcd to his preposition, aud chatted
away easily until ho announced that the
punch was ready. Tbfjy then partook of
it, and were very much pleased, Dr. Craig
drinking more hardly tlwn Judge Pullum
They then return up stairs, aud in about
thirty niiuutes discovered, from violent
symptoms, that something was wmn
with them. They ascribed it to the drinks
they had taken, aud upon investigation
fouud ibat by mistake a large qnanity of
aconite, a mott fatal poison, had been
mixed in their toddy.: Ine symptoms
increased in violence, nothing appearing
to give relief, nntil at half past nine o clock
Dr. Craig died in grca.t agony, leaving
Judge PuIIara barely hovering betweei
I believe in ghosts, wiailhs or apparition
but this thing I do know that although
my wife was in England in body, on the
morning of the IS b of October, her spirit
surely stood before me in Xer York in
the moment uf the deadly peril thai menac
ed me. It may be that to the subtle in
stinct and strength of my wife's holy i
Dr. Craig wai poisoned at half-past
five, and died precisey;at half past nine
He bad a very hmd death, indeed, scream
lug all the time as it in intense agony
and frothing at the mouth plentifully.
His eyes were very much dilated, and
every nerve seemed strung up almost to
snapping. He seemed-to be unconscious
PROPAGATION OF FL3H. "
A New York Unxtld reporter Jin
ng and interesting talk wkh. 8rr
Gheex, the ardent and iudtfatigible tUcJ.
culturist, in which he expressed himself
as follows; iv
It is too bad when we tave tnonrinJ
and thousands of miles of rirera aaJ'
trooka, and vnt lakes , to ssy Bothing of 1
the minor poads, that wa shonld not beuf
a we are by nrtare, tle grcaleit sh-rau
mg peopic in me woria. I. ' f j
if you get all the people of Amerfea
eating shad, white fih. salmonf and hm.i
and if yo breed these fih so that it only I
cutis mc iroauio io seine loeia, men au
mrvat ltnnnrt.nl n t nnlMMna .?.1. .
food on the table for a mere long. Peo-j "
pie will cat fish instead of leefJ Beef bc-j
log in small demand will thnl cheapen.'
ana so win an other meats iu cotnparisoni .
Now what does this all mean!) It taeara ,
the elevation of the laboring classes. J'
tells one list Le can go to yonder UV
brook, catch his fish and have theme a1'
his table. Socially and moraDy 6ih nU I
tnre is a blessing and a bona U ioilla
uomanuy. i am surpnsca intl people 04
not see tue economy involved in
Mr. Grkxx added:
ved io it. ,
ling, men In tar
In this way I am edocatinr
employ in the art of spawning, and bj an4
by we will have a profetsion'of experj
iu the country. Every man tannot be a) ;
. ..? t- i . T
pipciruuuiiai. ii require! many quail uri ,
and long experience.
love, all thing are possible ; but Alice sure-! ?f everything around htm and kept ..brick
I' saved my life
iug' ''Ob! what a horijMe death to die
what a terrible death!" At one time he
was conscious, I think.! He begged very
pileously for bis mother- kept calling
''.Mother! aud saying, "I want to see
her I am going to die!"
.led balefnliv :.t
Oiiely forest, and the ii.eis.-aut down- nu
e I'm 'u
I took on
v.-i'c'i t w.if one
frilns comics of snort cuts,' I mu'te'red
It. was scarcely worth whth; for
iiitly t himself as I plodded aim
in' to undress for three I
A SUIT FOR THE PURCHASE
MONEY OF EIGHTY "SLAVES.
In the Unitrd Siates Circuit Court, on
Saturday, a case w.15 tried which involved,
to some estent, the question ot the validi- A Two MtNUTKS' SeRUOX TO Yorxo
ty of bondrf given f r th purchase of L.U)IEs.Lad es-cng rl bi.ds of beautiful
slave.. In-1SG0. Mr. J. M':te iAllston 1 ,.l.im;i;:,.f but sicklv Uks - pile pets of
s !d eighty slaves to Mr. J. L. Manning, ,j, . I(.or wjl0 vlj;'iAv j,, nnheallhy at
f.ir whn-h In; received o a? tlr.d ctli, I.1(whf.r(. lik- llif n.it.i.'to r-rrmiintin-in a
!'S.'55,OOy ) and tin- bond of ihe ptirchaser t j.' c,.ijar wi,y , viu net go into tie
for ill.: remaijii:;:? portion ol ill tf i: chase op, ail. wann ,',:lsl.;:ie and add lua
inonev, s-.' Mr !! Iv end..ri n -ua of Mr. .... , a 1.' ,n , ,... a
.. a-.:d ). 1. ilidi ir.ls m.
bro'iglit a f.-w years .m;o ,y
air:!t:i;?i t-io principal a id sh
,'1(1 J r 1 ! ' 7, ' 1,7 , II, , lC.
ooit wis (.j ,iti-cit v to votir steni am
!n-;pi.u.i'ia frames ? Take exercies, run up the bill
sun ues to ..,,
inneV ill'' Ol Hi- l.r.inl Which ,1... 'a 1'... f-nr-.a l,..o I hi.
?..r..l.l . I
was given 1:1 iaou. ann mo
d v.gor to your
stock of au I'aner.
examine the above-named
old and reliable Oiulbefjue, bnyirg any other
redlqua'.iues ol Siniplicity.
Utyj. It bins la-st and clean,
t,(eften bringing l-4c. to
1 ; . . .
ng elope to the trunks of the trees to j would lie diiwij l:i my thnhe? mid -snatcii
ihe de p lavine, tbriKigh which I "bat .InriiLer I c-ubl. S , placing my
could bear theioar ot the tui buleut.sireain ; valise c-si to the head ot my yed, and
forty! or fify feet below. My urood ran ! banicadingl the bu kless door with two
cold.lis. 1 tjionghtwhat might be the poS. j enans, 1 exunguiu u me r.giu a:ut lay
8 ble-consequences of a misstep or move i down.
in the wrong direction. Why bad I j At firs: I was very wakeful but grad
not been contented to keep iivtlle libl ; "ally a soft drowsiness seemed to steal
roadl i ver me iiko a niisy m inile, until, all cd
llldon ! Was that light, or are my a sudden, ! onie startling electric thrill
eyes p a idg me false! j coursed thmugh my veins, and I sat up,
T -r.,..,...d lir,Ln"i.Mr'n ihft low resinous excited and trembling.
rr r -
bourh of a hemlock that grew on the
( the Visit. lr f.ir it ncliiallv seemi d through t!ie room
"-i,v,-- , j - (
fr trial oa S itu da v.
on a wager aud do'-vn again for lun
tin; fields, clisiib the f :
ease rune on a , ..1...,. W(1.l,. broils, and after a d v
I.i piiu; li was - ..xl.i'i raiir r cxercist; at;d U'jrcstii.ied
a w r l -a .i
represpiiteu-iey -Mntsrfi.-AifOrair Cte-ii - Uheny, c b-mr Wiih hn-anpetiu acquir
and Hon. J . Ii. amph-ll ; Jli-ssr. l'ortcr ,., h. ,e.,ly M,;oyme it. The beautiful
and Co.inor appeareil fir the defendants
After the testimony and the arguments
had boen heard, :hr-. co irt charged the
jury tha if t!iey found, fotn the evidence,
that the bnul mentioned in th proceed
ings was given for the purchase of "a cer
tain number of slaves p'irchied by the
and a dooming young: lady rosy cheek
ed and brigh'.-eyvd whu can darn a Mock
ing, mend hei o;1n frojk, command a regi
ineutnf pots and kettles, aud be a lady
when required, is a gjil that young men
Dnt your pnung
Detoce the war, Aroericaj received la
thonght from Europe more than she gavel
the gain is now tbr other way. ' It is, in
deed, curious to note that the tontinuancf
of oar mental leadership of the English
race seems to depend on that'ef an injai
lice to our writers. Howcvejf unfair mi
be the alienee of copyright wtb America
the recognition of it would bfl a crushfn
blow to our intellectual supremacy.- .
IiOndon and Edinburgh, our only publish
ing cities, could not long hold their owp
in America against the free cdm petition of
Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, of eviery"
village iu the States, indeed, for there trV
signs that America will possess that which
has been wanting iu Englaad since this
Revolution a literature of- the land,
wholly free from the centralizing influence
of great towns. For the prrseiil, no Atai
tic.m poet, no philosopher can sLand.
against the competition of "lllTennyson
for fifty cents," and Mill for' the price of
ink and paper. As long a there is r.l .
copyright, Lrndon and Edinburgh writ
for Ameiica, withont, indeei being paid!
for it iu money, but not wit b6ut helping
to preserve the unity of the rate. Copj
right, however just, however, necessary,
bo-vever certain, will reduce London frota
thy raglc.of eapital of a world-wide Enf
land to that of capital of Greki Dritlan.4
- r I
How to Begin' ax A&TictE foa Pc?
LicvTiox. A great many people are-apt
to hit upon happy ide"s in Isocicty, aad
when tbejr go home they write ont tor
publication, and most of these good folks
know bow hard it is to begin an articJa
A luminous, softness seem'd to glow
are in quest lor a wiu
wasn-w a'steJ. doll-dressed. -consumption-
Manning, from tlie pl.uitiff, Allslnn, and murt2:1KPdt music-mOrderiug, novel de-
that the puce agr.-. d to be paid tor the Vouiing daughters of fashion and idleness, satisfactorily. A word to them; Cow-
s.me was a fud price, and that the plain yi,n arp MO more fit for mat:imony than hnence with your very finest writing aoi
titt delivered them to the UelenaaiU in a n l..r tn l..U ar,i.P n l.rond of four, moil beautiful v-rounded Beateneea. In,
It coiuliins the reou
Strength and DuraUiastyf.
niakes excellent 111
I'fic. per lb. above Uiipket,) and is muverwi'Iy
ininitted to ue tne (Igatest rnnnii ; itln mace
VVe haveTha.l thirty: Vqar'a experience in the
business, and warrant dvery gin perfect. Gins
cbnstantlv in tl e hM-idsjof our aA-uts, to which
weinvite inspt-ctioii. J j
I (Mrculars, with tetiiaonials and udl partieli
Irs, may be had byknldressinp.
I Browvtt'otton Ciin 'o , New London, Conn.
ICKAWFOED it LtEl!LlG, Agents Salisbury
S. C i March G-4moK.
. i ... i- .
My voiie. rang through the woods like
a clarion. 1 plunged onward through
tangled viaes, ' dense, briers and rocky
bdiiks, until gradually Hearing, I could
perceive a ihguie wrapped in an oil-ciolU
no light of ihe m on healiby and sound stale, such as the price tl.pn c;,'K.keiis. The: truth is, ray dear troduce vour subject in yoof most ellUr-
giils, you want less fashionable restraint ate style ; be poetical, rhetorical, didaetK,
and more librity of artioc ; mrc kiicben as your mode may be, and when(jtn
aud less parlor ; more leg exercise and less think fit, gradually drop into the discos
sofa, more pudding aad less piano; more sion of the subject matter, Y ben ta
frankness and Ices mot k modeety. loosen article is nuiriied, oegm at tac opening
your waist strings and breathe pure atmos- I sentence, and read it ualil you find torn
p'ie e. and become Bijre hiugas good and I have commenced to say something to $ha
point. Mop at tins place; strike foi
as: if the wiod w -nld seize me bodily and i r stars was ever so penetrating and by warranfjd, then the plauiitT wa entitled
aiid burl me down the pietipitous dt s- the 'tl window 1 saw Alice, my wile, to recover in this suit such a sum as may
CLi1ti f .1 j dressed in floating garineutsof while, with remain dan on the bind? That if they
It was a liht thank Providence it ' her long, golden hair knotted back by a found from the evidence that the price
whs k lio-hl a uo iuis fa'.uus to lure nie blue libboju. 'Apparently sin; was beck- agreed to be paid bv ibs defend tnt, Man
011 to destruction and death. oning to nis with outstretched hands, and ning. was a full and adequate :p;ice for
'Ilalloo o '' eyes full of wild, anxious tenderpesj. the slaves, and that when the said slave
1 sprang to my lect and rushed towaid
her, but m. I reached the window , the
fair appaiifion seemed to vanish into the
stormy d iikness and 1 was. left al ne.
At the selfsame. ius:ant the sharp report
beautiful as nature designed
Two prizes $1,000' 1 ;
: Five prixea $500j Each in GREENBACKS.
Ten prizes. $100j
X JJorte ( Jiutjgy, tfith SUrr-Mqunted llarnt3
- r, iroi'iVi ? bQO. '
! t)ne Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos worth $500!
4Ten Family Sewing Machines, worth $100
' each ! - , ! - ' . :j "
' xv... r..i.t in.. r. ...!. . i"viA 1. t
Five.' CJubl American Uuiitiiw Watcher, worth I r 12 ' ... . i:!?acTi
,Sl2o eaehj j M .
Tn"' LadicV viold IIuntaiigAVatchcs, worth
each ;, ; I -r i:-'
S00 GM und Surer Lerrr JIuntiuy W:tche.;in
': - a1lt) worth fiity 3-0 10 ki0 carft.
Gold Chnios, Silver ware, Jewelry ,Ac., :c.
' Wb!oio lanraSar Gifts, 5.5CC.
Tickets Limited to 00,000.
! 75 ,730 j Premiums. U
I RANGING IS VALUE FROM t
! $10 to!$5,000 ? f
I to the Subscribes of U
OUR rHE HIDE 7B.ZST7XI I
I Every Subscriber is sure of .one pretniom
any way. aud. also) has an equal ch uee of re
eeivinir ia CASH Preiiiium, UU A PIANO,
Organ, wat ji, sewing machine
tc. etc. '! I ' H'
FIRST GRAND .CASH PREMIUM
L 5,1)00 ....
f ODIl FIRESIDE HUIEND Fiffht Vagcs,
tje sl;e, lUnstrhtct the Family U'ccklli
in its TH Ilil) and baa attidnd the
Largest Cl RCUJVaT I OX of any paper publish
hi in the. Vet. UESfT, MOST DE3IUABLE
AND MOST USEHUUOUIUINALHEAUIKC
MATTER IN GUHATI VARIETY, that mover
fcaubyy aiid toinakteithllOME WEEKLY shiU
feJ to ihe ; wants o evbi v lamily, Saasenption
price 5"J. per year ot .rj 'nnmlKtca.
cane, or cloak, cirryiog a lantern. As ' of a pistol sounded I could see the j .g- fair price for the person in the condition alj, WOuld hopelessly enslave the work-
the dim light fell Up )U bis tJCe, 1 almost g-' siie iiH 01 ore auove ine piuow 01 im se uenvert u o y i..e p. uiiuu in iuu ing classes. Think of labor thus going
recoiled. Would 1101 solitude in the woods ; stia:ght through the. very spot wbeie ten defendant at the. tim of sjicIi delivery. 0 ; nnoionollJ, :llld eternal cycle,
be pirtfcrablelo the companionship of this minutes since my head had lata. Aud it the jury lonnd m a ine deienaaiit. forever on the t ack, fingers forever
withered, Wiii.kltd old man 1 Bat it was ' th an: iustantous realization ol'my Manning, the principal in the bond, had 8,rajnjnjr thc brow ftievcr sweating, the
too late to recede now. danger, I swung tnysell over the eitge ot l waived any detence -t want 01 consider.-!- r,M.t fori.vcr plodding, the brain forever
WbatV wanlipg? be snarled, with ,1 the window, jumping some eight or ten lion, arising from the alleged unsoundness throbbing, the sbonblers forever drooping,
neculiar motion ot ihe lips that seemed to feet into tangled bushea below, and as I ot the persons pure! aed by him at the tne 0jil3 forcVer aching, the restless mind
leave hi yellow teeib all bare. crouched there, recovering my breath, I time of their delivery o him, such waiver f(,reVer scheming! Think of the beauty more San, in reporting thc proceeding 0
I am lost in the woimIs ; can you direct "Pra iuu irampi rootsieeps miu my on ins pari uiu urn prrciuae 1110 sareurs it would fface. the imerry-lieartcdncss it the Medical and Chirnrgical Society, Af
AGENTS WANT KD o Sell Tickets,
i to wliopo, j Liberal Pieiniunisi will bo paid.
.Single Tjrfcet $1; Six Tickets $5; Twtlvc
. ; J Tickets $10 ; Twenty-five Tickets $20.
t ireidrJi containing a full' list of prizes, a de
jcrip4itiil of ihe minner ofdrwing, and Aither
information In reference !to the pis'ribution,
will be jirni to any one ordering jdiem. AH let-
iriiinust Ik aihlressed So
MAiNon rrr, L. D. SINE, Box 80.
10lW. Fifth St. 1 jcxxcixxATi. 0.
were delivered to the defendant tbev were
unsound and diseased, the pi liulfT would I
be e:ititled to recover suc'i a sum id money
as the jury might think, in addition to Tilh H)lO.O MIUOL I M.MJAl.
tlnr sum already paid, would h iye been a Think bow be abstraction of the S ib-
evervthing bf re it, and let your article
begin just there. 1 ou will then probablr
find that it opens well, and thai by Coi
lee ing all your labored com position in
one place w h re it can be readily stnciivt
out "rou will hive saved vfcurseH' all ItWa
trouble that ould haTe been necessary
bad it been scattered through the article
but ntccr write on both side rf the shret.
Frank II. Stoclljn, in Scrilncr's fvrjfag.
A M auvkl or
is twelvo miles
me to K i Station
Yes : R Station
Twelve ini'cs V
I stood aghast.
'Can you tell of any shelter I could ob
tain from the night
'Where; are you going !',
'To Drew's, down by thc maple swamp.'
'Is it a tavern ?'
! 'No.' j
Vonld they take me for the night ? I
bvulltob the llASDSOMEST and MQST
tY A ED ABLE piniilin "nietnre in Ani-r.ea
li'VEuy srK.-cirii:kri'isir,"ented w:.t. this
tL'hioiK'eJ a ti e ti::;lut Lub-eiit i r votcnifiwj)
lir.tl assn receives a It Til EEKED I'KKTIr'I
:AT.E EN LIT LI Kg the uoldku xo A
fcilAEK it. Uie-dlitribr.tion d$'5,au in ah
i:u! ll.er peii;:u.(.' f ": I
T LI !ui 1 I -iTit I J ftJTl ON TAKES PLACE on
t!ie second Tuesday ii Jure next The Cui-kiuo.
jiind CeiUrteate'selBt4tj recept e.f price. . sil'E-i
H5LMK.N rOPIEiJ. PKES1IUM LIST, Etc!
JIVING FCL-L f AUTTlCULAiiS tentfeei
to nnv a-boess. i ' ; pi ; I
A ''fiiTMTQ il!,er b'Mor can-
JMJtUll U J vassmg in evrryj
Piar 'A IUU Jdn ow . Largeieash
llfiUpay and beint.
fit. ! Send at onteltor terms. ' Address.
OUT! FrRESIDfrFIUEND, Chicago. JH h
-tf. 1 And Baltimore. Ma,
lis eyes gleamed ; the yellow stumps
stobd revealed onio. more,
'i "guess so ; folks do stop ihero.'
; Ia it far from here V
Not very ; about a half a mile.'
1 'Then let us make baste and reach it,
I am drenched to the skin.'
: We plodded on, my companion more
than keeping pace with me. Presently
wej left the edge of the ravine, entering
what seemed like a trackless woods and
keeping straight on until ihe light gleam-!
,ed ri; tally through the wet foliage.
! It was! a ruinous old place, with the
Windows jail draw 1 to one side, as if the
jondaiioiij had settled, and the pillars of a
a ru-:e parch ueaily rotted away.
A woman answered ray fidiow-travel-
ler's oj:k. My companion whispered a
Woid or-tw.9 to hcr a,'d she' turned to mo
With smooth, voluble .words of welcome.
She regretted the poverty of their ac-
cdmmodatioiis ; but I was .welcome to them
iacb as they were.
Y here is Isaac V demanded my guide.
'He lias not como in yet.'
I sa4i dawn on a wooden bench be-
sido the fire, and ate a few mouthfulls of
bread. -1 f . ...
'Is he dead?' ciied a voice up tho lad
der- the smooth, deceitful voice of ihe wo
man with half closed eyes
'Of course he is growled a voice back ;
that chaige would have killed ten men
X light,. I line, quiet, aud till Tom to be
A cold, pg.tiized shudder ran through
tne. What a den of midnight murderers
bad I fallen into ? Aud how fearful! v
narrow bad been my escape. j
With the speed that only mortal terror
J and deadly peril can give, 1 ru.-lied through
the wood., now iHuuiiuatcd by ,:i l.Uut
glimmer of starlight. I know hot what
impulse guided my footsteps-1 never shall
know bow! many times I crossed !my own
track or how close-1 stood to the brink of
the deadly ravine : a merciful Providence
encompassed me w ith a guiding .and pro
tecting carej for when the njorniijg dawn
ed, with faint red bar3 of oticjnt light
against the stormy eastern sky I
close to the hiuli road, some scvon rnues
Once at. the town, 1 toi.i my ptorv to
th police, and a detachment was sent
wiih me to thespot
There were two actions, one against the
principal and one against the sureties. In
both cases, the jury rendered In verdict
for the defendant. Charleston Keics.
on the bond from setting up in their behalt woj extinguish, oflihc giant strength it scribes thc subjoined cac;J
the delence ot want ot consideration, nun woutj tam0f nf ,jie j.esonrcea of nature it The patient who was exhibited to'tha
less thev are shown to have consented All
w nuiu vi J k iuu on.au.co vrt4 diiviv y u vw f va va a-aa iviia jm
and agiced to such waiver. ij,ing. of the proiecta it would wreck, of diseased for twr nty-seven years with what
the groans it would Mtort, r.f the live it had been called cauccrby many surgeons.
would immolate, apd of the cheerless To remove the entire disease, both lids at
craves it would nrrmatnrelv diir ! See
them toiling aud moiling, sweating aud
fretting, grinding and hewing, weaving
and spinning, seeing and gathering, inov
ing and repairing, j aiding and building.
digging and planting, striving and strng
bug in the girdep and in the field, in
well as the skin from ihe side of the t
had to be removed, leaving the leftjeya
A SOUTHERN PROSPECT BY
PROM I NET RADICAL.
The Babimore Sun's Washington cor
(h'n only good one) exposed iu a frightful
gap. 1 o protect thc eye, and at the tama
time to remove the hideotj ronfortfchy,
Professor Chisholra nndertne-k the delicate
operation of manufacturing two lids4-th
respondent writes the following views of the granary and in the barn, in the facto- J upper lid from th-j skin off the forehead.
a nromineiit Radical in regard to a flair a in ry aud in the mill, in the warehouse and I and the lower lid from the skin oft tho
1 e 1 . . . .1 . ...1.. .-. a...!...
the outh ; i in the shop, on the mountain and in the cheek. ro very snccessiuiiy uaaitnu
A prominent Rpiblie.in Sedator, who ; ditch, on the roadside and in the wood, in I been accomplished, that it required Fery
has laiely had the opportunity of seeing the city and in the country, out at sea and close observation to detect, tho difbrenc
between the lett side ot ttJ lace with lot
manufactured lids, and the right sidi oa
tnre had made. The case his been ajverr
satisfactory one to both surgeon aed
patient. j j
the South for himseb, h is remaiked since ' on the shore, in t'hcjday of brightness and
his return, that if ihe present condition of of gloom! What si picture would ibis
After much searching and many fils;- t, :a
aiarras, we succeeded 111 JiuUing jhe ruin-
mis oiti house : bill 11 i cmpiyoiir
birds bad flown ; nor dil I recover niv
i- 1 ' tt..r. 1.
vause and waicn ana cuaui, wuitu latter 1 l..,,';..
I had left under my pillow.
'It Drew's gang, said the leader of
affiirs coniiuue, such States as South Car
olina and Florida, for instance, must ine
vitably be Africanized, 1 he 'result, of
course, must be the exodus of the whites,
the utter decay of materia! pro.-pi rily, and
nltimatelv the relap-ing d tlse State
into a wilderness, 'i'hese observations ai-
ply equally ;;s well to L'ui-.aua as to the
world present if we Jnd no Sabbath !
no, douht'd tha? pe:s.iml contact
Tun Sau Fat of ax Author
Foley Hall, the au'Iior of "Ever of Thee
Fin Fondly Drr nuiog," wa a genllerain
of wealth and gre.jt intelu ctu ii endow
with fie n"M-le of the Sou:h. and ptsou- bts !-"' bread, fl he woman h; hid
ni exie ii. -nee of its conditio i v.il go very j loved discarded L:r4. In th: deepest dis-
1 1 j 1 1 a
far to modify the views a. m'.ny of lie- i trei-s he compos .1 j.iij cn.irming u.ng.
Lai'.don pui .i.-oer gave ntin one uu rireu
dollars for it 1 mi-re pittance for such a
spend:!. rift, lie wrote other successful
songs, but in a moU':nt of we.iki.e, de
pressed with poverty, be forged the name
of his publisher; land, notwithstanding
most strcuous fforts in bis behalf was
made by his Lb'tids; in which the publisher
joined, Foley Hall! was thrown into New
gate prison, wbcre.'ho died, broken-hearted,
before his liial-caae or;
A case which i likely to rail forUi all
.r t . T 1. 1?
ircr ui h a icncunry
In 1 oni' iHiooal re
1 , 1 1 1
13 told a i-'iio
ws : A vounr
Admired an'rl petted, he led wild, accepted a chab rge frrm rdnofed durliat,
elpiess life. i:i w !icii bis wealth melted goe hotn" and tc! bis mother all boot
way, uptil he had aot wherewithal to buy u. The good lady rnbej off distrletrd
leading tu -ti of the North, members of
Congits and ot'irs, w!n haVo already
up or who nronose to d.iWti S.i'.i'li
the-police, 'and they've troubledvs these between now at d next winter.: It would
two years. 1 don t ininu, moitgu, they'll he well itthe knowlodgetbus gained should
come back here just at present." ,e.l(j to gucil moditication of tlni legislation
fsor did they. .Ifffecting tho South as would restore it to
tin? strangest part of inf. story is itg wonlCtl prosperity, and promote good
yet to tome, oome three weeks aubse- intr -mA.io- nil rlasse of iu neoTde. in.
qnentlyilireceired a letter from my sister BtcaJ of dissensions, which; now pre-
to l!ie hou? rt ihe nuf!ir, Vhom strelinus .
practicing with n pist'd i:i his garden, atnl
what is worse, bitting ihemtrk every lime.
She implore hi mercy, biit is ohl!f rc
p-ilsed by thi m-irkmm whodrea
bis iutenti-Ki to kill her soi. Thereupon
i 1 hT aiatb and terror, the poor wiman
snatches up a pistol and shoots thejdnc
list dead. The ehtnees arc that ah will
be acquitud, and iudeed, it is d Qcf It to
imagine any cae which oiler wort, or .
more geuuine, extenuation. A jar of
Lrnothcrs, at least, woTild not very long dc
I terate upon their Tcrdict,!