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W H AT IT H ;i: SOI S T0 K P 0 8 T
Whan fVnior Caruenter launches bis
denancMlMn al the fre pMot the fcoun-
i . it 1.1 &. a. .
try, Ana pnAtiMftcftiiy cumptwm
it is free, be echoei the spirjt $ WAd-
iniiiiiiritwa ia Loariitani. where i is sup
1 porters ire engaged in making war through
1 the ceufttW upou tiiie Uai e iefag
popalar li!3ertgr. or comawMing a
tiiu of Li.e electiou UDOU the eoud of
Jacob Hawjun. a uieuher oi tbjs Board
of Oanivacr, a iie d arvtd.lheprAwU
riui i.r.jimltt mii acii'n l r libt-l acaiti
' VSm ilrinn PioiVUIir. UviukT hU
BiittdnrHdle, 0yerseamiflg ItLfiX'L
k i n - - AND Him mmii nil UjeLandWiiciiyotthefcaa-
COMPLETE SEWING MACBTNE mlt-M mmdih,ibiUmkto hrt..
" - ' iw 1 Tlrna a intei rnmed. b ttjn tl cae
Th fiMt and rmlvi BUTTON-HOLE AND . I..i..rit.d in iia if.rU a- a4
istWING; MACHINE i conibiiied that, has ; ,f W;.1B . ' ilU M- .he' lae a tt- lmtaVi4
iideiu a;iwnt thwor any ptHr eoamry. . lltlila to urn, if aajMiU
.ne uew. , Li. - - .1.. a I. 1
H to ber "credit." not returnable in kind, tocratie nime vn inffidmu in make them
but "payable." to berorder with intereitM exicuie the order, la thii manner taay
So it would seem that- she had no money be obiaiued many valuable article, which
at all and ought not to have listed any. ' he at once converted, at ruinous rate,
into earth, r luallv the noln-e cautioned
- j - r ,-
and National Bank bills liable to taxation j newspapers, and then the prince became
fc.lL . I O . A..J .I,l.,wrtl I l i:.. II - 1 .1 .
UV UMIC. Aim ni i nuupu no w uivg a nini-mu i. tic vauoi ut inc
seen, it is not necessary to the decision of atCarithne, in January last, aud sentenced
the case, yet, as hia Honor's judgment to two weeka' imprisonment. This light
was baaed upon it, and as it is a matter of sentence was undoubtedly due to his ex
general interest, it may be proper that we alttd rank, and a clear violation oi the
should express our opinion t upon it. It Uw. After serving bis two weeks in
seemed to, -be settled by uutueroua cases prison, the degraded ynnng man went to
til the United tates Courts ced in plain- Badeu-liaden, where he insiuiiated himself
tiff's brief. Iweiuniiuz a ill) itcCulloek vs. wiih a uMr widow, who entrusted atl her
Bank of Maryland, th.it United States savings, atnonnttng ni 200 florinl, lo him.
Treasury notes' cannot he taken by the As security he gave her several spnrioas
Thfire exisu in Paris a cheap table A Weshsogtea letter sessea wm
d'hote for the receptioa" of strsnge guests. " nB-, ' , .'.!? ? 7 " T"
It goes by the name of The Monster from tee TbkvsnisnBsa atone, I
Table. All those u.irortiM.sie persons to oomsMsaieoer amaa, et uaa x
I this is
Thb usriralled Southern Eemedy is warrant
d not to contain a single particle o! MaactJaY,
. . I ..Alahrta Kill in
r sot injurious nwucrai uwwi r
FamU Machine to purchase. presence on the bench wa Ahfr y
1. Because n winuo t. dccsuw j -" j n, - -. -
ererythiug that aar ma-trtckfytitihevr lowCrths.pecUiig the pmutttt Judge byucM Ifoiiia
only be proteciiug imust-it. , Ht
X'raaglisrova.nceh lW in
countries where Liver Uuysses roont prevai
riieSvMrroiiaof J-,iver Complaint area bitter
urtad iat in the mouth: Pain in the Back,
Hid or Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatism ;
'Sour Stomaek; Lpas of Appetice; Bowels alter
nulr eorttiveand lax; Headache; Loss of mem
arj with a painful sensation of having failed to
ao ioruetliing which ought to have bean done ;
Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance
chfne can do. sewm teed t.. adapt it to ttu.-k or
from the n neat to the ttun cioin. .
nAaii'4i material, heui- 8. Because you have a
mine. Wlthurr cord i air, ihort i Ueep bobbia hyl
il It rhraidiagi, toadiag. gasjwwfcion IM tureaa is c
ering aadwwing-on, atlatantly drawn Aow the
- me same, uuie rugiiiiB.tci-uiej v-
hU Uoard were deuottuscd far Leung Xtt? 1 1 V
uf the grossest fraud in reJmiiii g indiv i-
drale as elected wiio nevruuu ote.iet
pd ajid a iudsre lioldii.tr his seat by tin-
"lj t o - - . - , r
sa deuounced. sits in lUiJguient
dtmuueiatien. lie. not only l-tfcd
hut he bullied thnlurrv luxe an"
than any otlwr machine. Wot can isaiiy iraov- r.01iier JefifrjeB ordering the m bacK. U con
O U.w. nsx it no n wm K Ail :l IItr It a HC W tSU. - L a II:..
Mkea IOC uawp o. 1 O.I M. nnaast.
.hwptomaattswd wwaX,,, work
f, , bui ie ii, m a beautiful eyelet lore.
Ir, U iswierall the. seat of the disease, and if j 6 Beaa,, it can 4
LI . I . m a WT. . a mm isf n Ii n rl 1 1 a ;' I
oi Keeulatea ioulfreMU"'"8) wiw.."- over-taana seaming, u
a beanurul button uoie io. ueemiw me
in a Wine SS tine a pearl as raechsicfranone re
hytnrksil4u., . ! the beat fiaiahad and made
. a r.auim it will cm-lnn thai hast nrincioles of
fdi Skin and Eyes, a dry Cough Often i mis- Uroider.over the edgs mak any muchlne tnanufactur-
4Heiii;- "T" f L; mLm kI kMatifa twi. It baa no sorinrs to
uksa or Waax.aon noat,a,
11. Because it ii two f
machines in one. A Brr-ros-HOLi
-Kwtso Mac his k com
Slate, because thet are of mean- used f r
the inp port and at! mist ration of the TJ oi
led Stales U"Veruineiil. Aud if a S;ate
could tax i hem, then. untrjUidly Slate
li ii ... Jti . . j .k.:
illlgni so ihx iin-ui n ii UCT"i.rien oirir
Uiietulnerts ; and in that way; and to that
extent, destroy Hip United Mans liov
r t m
certiiicMtes of depU, which, upon being
examined, were found l have been forgtni.
Dm lug the trial the rreideiil of tli'Curt
Ht-k'-d him whv htd not he tried to make
an hin st Kvior. What was I lo do"
a.-k Piiueo Charles ba-k. tt Work." re
plied l he President. "Work ln exclaimed
Vuuduu Festival in Seic Orleans A Dis
gusting (Jrqic The Queen and Her
lUU litmaUlMata. t which sheets, oil low Cas-
no" w --p ... rju m ti
nu Oreai Unfailing SPECIFICmU ao Mouad
the LAOM usauHwn.
a1 iHlliou attaeks. SWK HEADACHE, . To other Machine can accomplish the
Colic, Deutsssionof SpirUa.SOUB STOMACH, kind of sewing stated in jnos. a, s, a,
H. art Burtiic 4c. ParUes using a family sewing machine want
Uanl!!?.; M.;ri..ae. .dUtm. Whole Machine, one wh 21 the improve-
I, tb awaaast,.Pure44 Beat Family Man
win the World!
J. H. ZEIL1N CO.,
Macon. Oa. and Philadelphia.
rfis,al, Said ea ait ftmsjgiO. .
POIl 8ALfc BT THBO. F. KLTJTTZ.
Jane 19 tf. Salisbury N.C.
: j ... ...
iii-.it. A.iil ii is roMallv well settled that the prisoner, scornfully ; "my high rauk
. ... e. ' . . . . 1 . .. . . 1
the United States troverumeni cannot lax aoes not permit we tu wura .
any ot the necessary meens ii!ed lo ad-
tuiuigier the 8t ate government. Bul wheih-
er a Slate Nattoual Bank bills seems to
be debatable question. The. case cited
aainel the power of the State i Veazie
. p . . . . r ... , ... i
13 n.k v. .t eiiiios ai, ooJ. e do not
think that cas supports iiie pociiion. Jt
in there decided by a divided court that
Congress may tax the ciicul it ion of btnks
chartered by the Suite. And that although
the tax was ao heavy about 1G per cent.
as o destroy them. It is not pretended
that thii tux could have been imposed,
if the bank bad been chartered lor
the use of the State, and as a means
of administering government. But it is
put upon the ground that they are corpor
ations for private profits And as the
power of Congress lo tax the circulation
of State banks depends upon whether they
are for the use of the State government
or for private profits ; so the power of the
S:aic to tax the circulation of national
who live fev the 'dWav of their nhyahral
infirmhiea come here to dine together and
avoid tbeawentTon they would elsewhere
The skeleton man pours oat the vin w
quat sons for the" bearded woman, and the
rrear Konsmn risntesi flirti with Riqael
a U houppe, and the Sugar Loaf, whose
Minted head is marc tfeaa eignteen incues
. . .. .. i
tmm the crown to the dun, U s musing
with -talking of the animala, co-called
from hia coatinir of fur. Made up Mon-
atrrs ara excluded from the symposium;
a . l.l -
o era strangers, aud it is said tuai intru
ders have niet with sack a warm recep
tion from. the hideous shapei assembled
round the board that they felt, oo making
ihir escape, as tin. ugh they had just been
release.! from Dn.tr's aen." The
Kmirh journal wheh describes the dreary
assembly adds rune information Maoi
ceuerally known." Tliese mooeuoeiiiea,
il observes, ere seldom natural, but arc
the work of English pecialutt,, who
turn ont Useae awt spectacles to order ct
the bidding of tbc merceuary pareuta.
T'hi revelation ougSi to produce national
hiimiliation and nrostra'lion. if anything
This cornea of reading Uomme Qui
the scene of lb
has been able ta arrive ai
eiaaion ia rsdoresaee la H 4
was caused by the wroegfei cat atf
. V i jf
wuita men. ni was tnsorssssx mm
seemed to bin reliable aalhoritj tai
Or m a
Modoca were compel tea. to aicaygcjiaf
a m m m t t ' - w
borses tor looa ou tae cuimna rea
uon, end having ex use tea.
aufasiatenee were eomDelled
seek the fishing and bunting
their old reservation on Lost
Lotuell urges aa kewecngat
causes of the Modoc war. aad
say that never was there a time
organisation of the (iovsra-
there was so much corraplicej
anrf the DAortte. but aaaJawt tk
as ta to day Deiog preeoefs!
sttous ou the ractsc i
u t iiua mm
a .... uliuntUv rdi.rirldfl t lieir lliaulllt V
Ji . n i l..a n.tii ii ir ibem with neruetlUil
impriionrdeM if-they itdena ver
dict, and, at leal sUuuct af Kfl , Ute
jurymen vs ho lubaequently protested that
they succumbed only to superior force.
ix negroes, foex KeJIngg s?n ad two
eroocratrt, composed this tnie.iigcut jury .
The Picauune'8 only course, it is evi
dent, was to estahliab the truth of the al
legations contained iu the offensive matter
charged aa libellous. To do this it was
heccesaary to prove the false aweanng oi AwnAt noon whether they arc for
Hawkins a .lcmbf olr cmT fc v . & GoV(,rnmL.nt or fr pri.
ru....a. Rnt Judsre Lvnch uerempt- I . .t -'j
New Orleans, June 24 Last night
the annual Voudou teciivnl ol the negroes
was held along the borders of ihe Bayou
. . . ...... . j
t .lo in and i he UM L ike. A more uis
TiiR PEJnr?TLVAnA Libel Law.
The aettionofthe Pniivl vania Lonsltta
linn Vrlatinr: the libel came ap again tor
K. tf'ltlll nilU III' WSa X. J ' -mm . m
gusting sight it has never been my lot to cnustderetio m ihe Omiitttuiicmai wkjb
...... a ;.nmA niimUr of mt ii section on Saturdav. Stroti? effort! were
and women cougiegated iu the eveuiug at made lo secure llie adoption ol I liberal provi
i I .: i..., , i .,...! it ref,ied lo Ul;ikl
and at a givei signal j simis, but 1 bo Couveuiiop .refused lo maac
, . - .
i'f r.i'i i s j m
MiioJl i'f' ei !od a.!T .;
rli ti- oIa i i .T .'j.i't.rn i ' - ;
lo haid a dhr ;i-ieM'.il vWy .
btfc'! vftws vl oJ ta ,i- iat'i - tn
i U is tc last a LlFETIM E, and therefore one
is wan ted that will do the most work and do it
tha huat and t h in machine can ao several aiiiua
of sewing not done on any other machine, besides
doing every kind that sll omen can oo.
Tke Aaueruam. or Plain Setting Machine.
(Without the button hole parts), does all that is
done on the Combination except bottoa-hole
and n vmvAm miner
esuaa w v v
' ..wv . I t -a y-k A. a
MfcttOM bi C UttU , Agts.
u-i Salisbury N. C.
Examine them before purchasing any other
Sewing Machine. t l I
I.do not hesitate to say the American Combination,
fl tracrposscSsH other machines. Besides doing atl
I the work that other machines can. it o rense a ma,
works buttonholes in any raono, irom uwwrat"
tin to Beaver cloth. A have uaad Siocer'ii Bloats
Howe's and the Weed machine, and Had the A mer.
ican far supeiior to them all. j -
Ml88 M. Rl TLKDGE.
1 have used six different Sewing Machines. The
American surpasses them all.
Mrs. A. L. Rainey .
t ha nmA Th Sincrpr add other machines and
wo a la noi exenange toe aaaiw
a'i,.! Mas- B. . naiKoiB,
8ALISBC8T, &. C, May 88, 1879.
Miiosey Bso.. Aato, American Com. S. M
o . i l. A iuu.d.. Sincer. Wheeler it
nift . i mn iin. ii m.p.wi,. a i
ir i i. i,:i.Vva a.m,i(t manning, and
YY n son, ucox vjiuu- "" 7
would not rive the American Cosablnsnon lor all of
them, It wrtl doellthatiaeUimed lbrit in the iircn
lar. 1 consider its npcrior to all others 1 have ever
sseo. Very Respectfully. !
"Mas. Geo. W. Hakrisov,
We the andersignedtakegre-t pleasure in giving
asUtv rf.fnpd to let the counsel attempt It.
He would not, suffer htm to mow now me
pretended returns were made up. He
. .11. . t ' 'e .1 .I'm. aitituui
deuied mm me use ui mc vjy
upon whom the Picayune reived. He re
fused to let Hawkins himself be put upon
the etand for the defendant. He would
not even auffer the crew-examination
of the plahitifTi witneaiese, and bi
rulings from first to laat were auda-
mnalv narlliil and MltalUOUS. r many
the Judge abruptly told the Picayune's
counsel thai he was oceupying
time in discusiing the admissibility of
evidence, and gave notice tnat Drancn wi
the defence ahould terminate. Ana
uppressing everything that couM be re
lied upon by tue aerenucm mm btiucm,
j .1 J
the jury were tevereiy.cDsrgeaanu reureu.
Their firat impulse was to give. aaw.u
seventy-five thousand dollara' damages,
but they diss greed, came back into court,
were again hustled out by tka Bench, ami
at length, after four houcs' further deli
beration, came to a corrclusion. Aaihey
polled one of them desired to make an ex
planation ; whereupon Judge Lynch roei
tr.td -We do not want any aeamrks" ;
nd another iuror exclaimed i Well,
safe profit. It is true they are authorized
by Congress as a currency convenient ana
useful for circulation, just as Slate B.uik
hills are authorized by the Slate. But
in neither case have tbey necessarily any
connection with the Government. The
act of Congresa authorizing xauonai
Banks imposed a tax on their chculation
ot 3 per cent , and su;ely that .would not
have been if ihey had been regarded as a
part of the Government, as that would
a 4S .
have been the same as tor the ijrovernmeni
to tax itself. The truth is that ihe United
States Government has interest in Nation
al Banks. It authorizes them in order to
nrovide a currency, not for the Govern
ment but for the people, and it ha9 the
power to regulate and protect them. 1 "
this end il provides for the redemption of
iheir notes, protects them from the impost
tion of counterfeits, and from injurious
competition of St He Ba iks by a heavy tax
on Bute Bauk bills, and no doubt might
further protect them by forbidding the
States to tai them. But thii has not been
done, and until it is done, we suppose the
State -has the power to tax them. It
seems that all that is to be inferred from
the decision in Veazie. Banks vs. Feuno,
Ii ll .),... i ,F their 1 ;inv VelV radical CU I II tea 111 inepreneni inw
clothes lo actual nakedness. Bonfires Finally, Ihe following section, wuicn is a
were built all along the shores of the lake, considerable Improyemeiit over the one
and the whole appearance was such ai now iu force, was adopted :
would almost itrike terror into a stout No conviction shall H had on any pro
heart. The horrid orgies were inangura- secutiou lot ihr pubUcation of papeea.re
..i .i i n i.t .t. n. 1 1... , rii.-: . i fritul iiit of officers or
ted by one wi.d. unvan my ... - rT aihrr oosIt hrokea frisaaUy
a the assemb ed crew otnrfl itieir voices, m u in a puui.c -p-...7, --v . , - .
an mi j . nnlia i,,vi -F.i on or family and announced himself ss a
aud lor a moment atiei warns mere wan a wa-.n r Viy f - - , ' . ,L
""u . .... r .i :.. mIiim-. i h Wt d ii aueh tin b- man merely, anxious to obey u
fearful silence, i he "woiuiuppers oi me ""
demou" then contemplated their naked ncai'ou
. . a t 11 I
forms, upon which the hre shone witu a iy maue anan u y H l " t. . . .
' . . , , i ..nil...: r .1... U... . ..,,1 ,. u mi! ir 1 men 1 n N.ltOlrt)n. Me OSS Deen plS
lu. i tfect snd with a li aeons yen i lacuon u jm j , , . . . . v
! ghastly meet. "aw" ftlP xhi. .1.-11 have the riffht to fr the imper.al sweeeestoo for
tney uega.iioo.net, , . . nr th(, 1 has been lookmr forward to lb
j . nju,..iAnuhv i tiKifrniiur lie " " cuv. ... -1 - - . .
Sineine weireu iuhri Mt " -"- j i , ,
CO... "... - I I : r .1,., i nuri in roller rKPI.
A Potaiaxa EMraxca The areesma
oi rnoce Jerome ouspaxw is i nwjpju t . .
. l-.. i :.k.. k tL. - -- ' w
M-r un 'niiuiiuhui uh mf '(n
n .... J f k ..iaMlk M(aM
the curiosity of Frenchmen as I ihia peTl
t'rcal deaigca. He has uat maaTc syajg
planatton ot them, rrceee, he Saryat a
entitled ts the right ot cfennsswf has Itfajr
farm of raMniofit. aa mow sW aho ias-'
. ft wm . I
signers mare tne sou. ns a
pUbiscile, st which lbs peopic
only decide whether they wtU haaa a sa u -
public, a kingdom or an empire, ksaa aJaallaia
a I . . . at & I A-
name the man wbo moat os at jyejMflBj.
of the Government. This aajlobtedtr M
meana that Prince Jcroms wcSald ssilslj, .
the field aa a candidate for the Prestfejif ;
It ia the only road opea to the gtaUtca 1
tion of his ambition. The PiMh 1MfWr,i k
ial blocks bis way st the head of the ess. I
nim. He boa. the re So re. very sjBWsMai-rt a
W awi -s
io.i, wlierc the fact that such pah- man merely, anxious to obey the wml
was not maliuioaaly or negligent- the people. Jerome has brsjnaa-hjj
hall be eatablished to the aatia-. ci y, and ia the phyaical image of the Irat
... a . V t II L L. .Latia mm bWsW mmM. .
bnrstiug fith into a wild and piercing
laugh. The song that they sang could
not be identified with any living language,
but seemed to be a communion of langna
ges, as, occasionally, you would be able
to distinguish geuuino Knglsh words,
German mid Frerch. Around these bon
fires they kept revolving wiih joined hands
. . . la -.1
for over an hour and a halt wunoiu eras
Camvhor ou Spider Bites. I was
once ukmg up oats to bind, and was seis
ed by a spider from underneath one of the
bunches, and was bitten on the hand by
it. I hastened to the hone and took the
camphor bottle down, emptied a portion
i .i... ..in ai,tliir liftile. and
lor over an nom .nu nmi m m? cm iu
ing, ottering their horrid yells and singing pUced the mouth of it over the apol where
.i i .t.i.. . ,.,wo ii, nil iimu. I i . ., ,1 l.. 1.1 ii tlwrn fur a ti ne.
tlw.Ir wil.l miearthlv soncs. On all occa-
l l I " -T J J
sions a woman presides over these orgies,
under the name of "Quern of the Vondon'
and whet, they ceaee dancing round the
fires they go forward and make their sub
... It. , M ,;..itr' t.-, t a-bn ia
miesioii ii. "j- i' j - 1 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 n j , - -ri
usually seated on an elevated mound or a contained poison after having
large rock, This Queen retain! her title OVpr the place which was bill
. .. ..IL 1 : i.i.. .......I J...1 .l.n .mi. l .1.. . .'..I. V... li. n f
and dignity curing m", piia-r
the death of bis
m ister of France, with only a
s boy to d is pnte hia title. U
" . ...
events have c ban red bis prt
f. .! 1.1 L -
ne is ami . seeamg iuc ua. m
tread successfully the thorny path 1
I . u i s trod f
A IroKTAWT Dtctsrow
ore me Court of this Stabs 1
the decision or Judge i uas W lesMwayr ;
thi moit atvlish kind ; Sterroscopes and
Views; School Hooks, ail kiuus iu Euer
ue, Slates. Inks. Writing Paper of the best
quality; Wall Paper and Window 8hades
in great variety, Musi Teachers for vocal,
Pianos. Banjo, violins &
. A WORD TO rA&XBM
t(nj .a ; utl . . ' put
Wai-aMSi? hai4.t m:C. -' m'-: : ''' "'-'i'1'
t . .,a all- .n.tk .A Wnrvka avert
DOT a WW U'Mm.K ww.. j
yearfoT your sooa and hendssnd take a good J do
. .... j .... - i -
. . - T A ' a 1 L itu . .. , .1 roAUIVi'n
IH." A nO J uoge mj ncn ewk -"'"
a vrrdiet rendered u'udrr presiurr, sa oc
currence unheard of in the history of Louis
iana jury trials. But thie waa not the
worst f this icaudalcna at oak- Whra
j t- tU ;.t i nn in ibe neeond
k"1-" -. r-" , iietceiiHiiiK t i" J '
get out.of order erpf chsj. t.errier and deputy r-brriHi,.pn.i.t;
;A. A..roc8T. f i , edjuat tvetore ny -uoge ii)w "-ft'"
J. Alien Browk, . . , . - - - - iLit inaerih.
A. W iiowiasa. 4 ""i ? 'u !Tr . .rC
A. at J"-n,
and another juror 8apra, that is, not that National Bank bill
Judge, they d k' LieF nnpt. but that Congress has the
And get Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymn
Rook, of ' any kind you want; mstor es, .1S'7rfnim
BiograpblsS. Jftusic Hooks, jnuaic, nuifu ' I Machine in preTerencC to any otner. Denevipgwai
th best authors; Blank Books, Albums of it it truthfully recommended as the best machine
. it i t. . ..... n.l I a. ii ' i i ! mil liirtit anil does not
JUNUC, i. ,tuipiv W mi
newsnsoef. theV will work better aud be more
-ckearlttl. Try It.
.t.X -fO h fcsbitmfT! !
omwliinc to Ls ncood snd to
bosst uf . The farm ti the keystone to orery
ioduatrial nursuit. When it aikccenli all
nr,.arwar. whan it tails, ail flajt, Dun'tthiuk
m..n.mmmm'm Ka a trreal man because rn a
the sou of a tanner. Washiugtoa, Webs
. n r.lav were farinerV-aona, but while tt
toiled they studied. Bo do ye. Buy a good
tiook. one at a turn, raad and digest it, and
then another. aJjBfNfr imf
Call ajRd see m snd lo9 oxer boons. ,
ijgllt.i90' 'aHviU t3. iv! e. SJ iUJ
a . . xr a J j 1 i... --.a - Ii al si
- M. B tBoitAtrnK. ! nnn rrfnu U rou wiH en hh tbe
r r.av sssan minir &dertinetBents and beard m MM.J;.t ir Lr 1S 000
much said b, Aassaw.elothhr athiaes. m u-e:L Here. then. U ius-
We will lorieit one nuourcun uun.is v-- ' . , . .
ttndinr paity, ff after fair trial before competent tjefJ nd Kelhgg U8iirpalon lit Lotus-
iddgestac Amsrieao Machlao 'Bd iwa., U U certainly without a parallel
Ifeot batter, the work don. - H-wki., who
1 I l ll l t l-llll lll.l W . jl d w wmwm aaatww-.
elected Kello-rg, precisely as lie.eh cted
. -i .1 ..-ti ....
Lynch. lui ell only recignia a m-i ",'
L,... irand. ftird the. Maiehai called np-u
1. Prolrlt t. to enforce the. decree. That
tin M, I i-- v w - "
the President is just as responsible lor thia
flagraut outrage on common justice and
decency aa he is for iUogg, thmogh
lime II and Packard, need no assertion.
. . .-,
The whole combination is bent op urea
inc down a free press, and $enstoi Oar
a e exempt, but that Congress has l lie
power to emempt them ironi otatc taxa
A hOYAL RASCAL.
Prince Chatles, of Leiningcn, Convicted
p iey and forgery.
irnot batter, the work done on any ntber macnine.
and do valuable work that no otber machine ca
We have been t cents far I flaw Hag Machine since
1856 have sold Sinaer'ii Lad Wahater'a Ata-atet s
aud Floience's, and hate abandoned all forths
American. " ' .
.Sndanl iret sample af mi k .
IgVjtf-t MEB0?B Y 4 BROA g'kt. .
-Is, -'4. ! -j i '! ;u -fi' i. xno(n
fl MM M . :i,BaV
.1 ,MmJn K tt ..'. -1
i k awa. s
jLc ! .ril oi
Prince Charles, of Leiningen, a not very
distant relative of Queen Victoria, was
eoovirted at Mannheim, in Germany, on
the 19. h of April last, Of theft and forgery,
and sentenced to a brief term of imprison- ,
ipent iu the penitentiary . The Piiuce'ia
a tine looking man, about tbiity yeaiS of
.. ... Il...i,.ir fun iivik he bus run i i.r-.n Ii
with a fortune ol 1,000 000 fl.uii.s, visited
every country on the globe, mid has been
a guest of the Queen at Windsor Caatle,
miiil hiik extravaeance finally utterly
- f . I
ruined him, eaused him to commit cmne.
rind sent him. to a
ducts things wiih a proper grace, and she
is usually Chosen out oi the most socially
elevated clsss of negroes in tne locaiuy.
On this occasion the old queen, Marie
l .ivodv did not attend on account ol ill-
iie.ii, and lpr emblem of power, a garland
of flowers round the head, wai worn by
one Mammy Caroline, who has already
been named and acknowledged as the
successor toithe queenly dignity. After
the firat part; of the peiformance was over,
O iceu Caroline held her couit in an old
. m .1 I . U ,
house on thd 0:nKs or ine uaynn. wnor
she shone fth in all the resplendence of
her -nude beauty. I saw with regret, that
these degrading orgies were participated
I .. i i. ... '.I......
iu by a young vvnite giti, anou ei-ni. -n
years of nge,hiiid pos-essed of more than
"ordinary boauiy. This hideous revrl was
prolonged til latn a honr at night, but its
sickening ami disgusting character forbids
me euteiing jnio moie nunute oeta ia.
Inn" iih sevdr il humlpt l n-;nea in an
Adamite comttioii, d t cing. y-llitig, and
all ifg'it nro.ind th" iunumer
alile bonfire! hh u were lighted ou the
bauks of the bayou.
iew York World.
IVnn nenr mv srrandatber s residence,
traa once bitten h? a sniiler in the even
ing and be next cveninc she waa tolera-
kl- I...1 mid wit sufferiiur severely. Al
III i m.mrmm - W3
l.. ! i Tre-o veesel was filled with
IMtt ' O
wild tniieh-meoiiot tea. and the girl was
ulaced up lo her neck in the same, where
.'. , i a t I :
she received a good wasuuig auu oauuuK
This relieved her and she recovered.
, i .. . l. ..,nnK. mine in inc ourawi uwi
then 1 rciumea io my -1 " - -- , , . n
' .1 in ! hit. fmmm nf llnfnn r
feelinr any pain ; neither did it ever pam r mi
afterward. The camphor u.ed was dis- m.so.ier, o. m,
i i ,i. .rf i .,.-,1 m,.A th State to tax United States A riasary
solved in spirits, autl the part i used was Ml'w . ...
thro-..w.r, ... lb. .pr.uion .b.t -? -"nZnH
Dec n piaceu - . ALiaamA' s
f .. . I -nrl nr. a .,rn,n I h JnaUM
en. A little r--i 1 .tTa.i :
girl iu the neighborhood of Laarel U ip, " . .
IVcasury notes aor Nitavhal Baakh.Ua
were subject to uxatioo by lbs State, eise
that solvent credita were not lhllhlSj, ttS
the deposit remained money either aa
United Slates Treasury notes, or NetWsv
.i n.-w kill.
cV A a 1 1 1 Bh. uuie.
We understand the Treasurer
baa inrariablv instructed the
. . . .
in the State la rea aire tax payers aa last
their eaonev on hand or USA dJSjeeJlin4ntaV
CnnntvPniVfiui-cTnECoiflRorTni r,r loiTwe -B?- -a
duty to see that tne law waa i
Tl lTn t a i. mdden chances oi inn coior , ,
a - s
-Sri ' i-si'i oin-S
ti al a t
-isvai Sill Jtfai
.--4i-as ia joU
-es alas v'
adt tv4 aowt -
ai - vi
v ;aa I
i :n i Lf' i
aSd 1U' 1 yJX'tlt us-
tin N :ii'e
ba -t:A. imii
convict s sell, ins
n.e - rT-, - - IlialM Prince Georee. of L-iniugen, is a
uenter simply .Otscioseo in w-i ----- - r . ..
r . r7 ber of Oueen Victoria's household,
creiakj;iT-,s .- ii io ;firi "hij 2i.''j i ' t - .w i a?.;
- - - a -i ... i . i . r iiiaa una
n!ifcUi.; , .-, M siii ol i u"8 u.ecorre,p.n.oer. . ...:r:-
i i t ji
4t rneln bnklsiif ib3'( ni nil:.'
Aasetti, 1st January, W, - 472,W7.M
1 .STTr ;? ,JlHi
Aad aet a aoo d Pic tmr e .
We will give yen a good picture or not let
yu take iaway ; tot we don't intend that
any bad work shall go from this offlce to th
jre oi aad the holiness. Call and try. .
I p Stmiri between Par Jurs ad 4f 3Cc--Hurroy-a.
Call snd examine my stock of WaU Paper,
Window Shades, Writing paper. Inks &
ail. a r l.t..i t 1.0 under sold. .
Feb. 517. tf. 1
TH5 GttEAT POISON NEUTUALIZER,
A Sure Pmmtive and certain cute J or
iu an apvciee OI UlUDBUC W, V, W
lVr urcu ..
Apsjl If. 6uiof. '-"T
laawwh Annual. Term, and
. f 9of09 bt:S f'
-tik' b-iititJ .! ! c tjfw iid? .
S .'-fi " ei f
C. fl. O. DAVlPSto, Presideirt,
JOftPAJST. MAftTlK, VTee-PreiideBt
ff, B. JO E S, General Agent
a alif iliaf WltnVVM
jmf arm uun' -- - ? - ,
, f 1S ! 0 ! f. rnT Oaavwaafcgi ittt.
Y.-tftaM ft in . n AN F.ft of Trinrtoai -
mr" ri at wr - "' i c
.ti, .'.!axai aosl UaattUtag AglMs
as d jkA ' s . 1 i. . : art T
W -Win wfly 1ft ?IWS If l
ooer were found autograph letters from
most ai the sovereigns of Enropr. About
!.:...' I M. i I,- aet Ollt Oil a
t . . . . , sen yeara ag" nuw
J)ecwonQfAJtSMi)rewrfrnAry journey round the world. He visited
two fraf . ? wisdw North and South America, and upon Ins
. . j:. a-tnrn .nbUhed a volume of sketches,
VV e collate importstu parts m me urcie- . . j0fltpJ m
ion of the Supreme Coaof North Csro- ?hP
W,nda,r.d 1aM M..sl on tm siitttisn New York snd Boston, lie neat took up
1 7 . r J -vs-rxiTTTj-. .-oi I hia bode in Paris where he was eonneci-
dut whether solvent credits can be taxed : 1 nls aDoae in rris, wun ,
Theaiew -EuffintothefCnm. eawu
missioners of Orange. The pliiBtm r-e " , hler
deposit." Tfce amount ot ttretax was " " "1 , nsn W. native
stricken foim her' tat list ? or, tf U, S. eouniry. xxm ..n7 --
Treasury not are eept and Natsewal marry the daughter oi " - '
I"TtL I tTf n,. . n a.l k.,t Un .hmnt v married a i rench
mu. o u.f--d tn alter t.ho soon helped to get through with the re-
v ........ ...--r- ------- --- . Ku-fort-ne. When he had
lilt, P,am,lTTr. 'PP , I r-kf" l.f, the heartless woman de-
ftuoenor Uourt, ana inai uooy oirwaiww b -i - .
rjupe,. r L.nrted him. and the priuco became
ha 4 ArniYiiBiinnpra lii riirrrct tiic; iiow kit i -w.. , -
strikinTt tiw. Hi. Henor holding Uery poor. His relative, almost d,.;
krie.iug re " i , m -,k.n he was absolnte-
that neither United otate lreaanry notoe wwu-n
S H JLl 8 bill, were ..bjZtti w 5 rf f-J- '2
. k tk. 8toip. on him a life-rent of twelve nunareo
rrtt&t- noria.. The prince however, resumed
tube necessary to the decision of the ase, hi. former habits and before long he had
becauaeltisplain tbe plafrtiff had taeHber pledged nearly the whole of his life rent
IJnTved Jet TrensSry nor NaOonnt until the year IwSO for loan. Wning
Bank Mb -on, bAtnT S . Sathl.
It is true' she deposited vio.uuv mw.' . f" 'h Prince Charles
bntltwMnotaaeiaTdrpositjasapaek. dowubbua. Tnwfu"n
tobkeptforberandreTrnediW became a .regular "
ggj ordTgti mercbarin
ttStas fc;t .esfcoh ylnaiooi-rvfli rl j t 'W
There is a model prison, m called, in
London. It islh Ulhway, and is man
aged on the silent system. A traveller
thus describes the punishment, there in
Aided. The hhrieker at -Delaware jus
tice" should siteotivcly peruse this ac
count, aud te)l what bo thiuka of it.
Whether the whipping post is more bat
V. 1 roll J I It an the torture of nernetual silence
uni VMO --'
the average Nw England mind, (spinster,
particularly," -count net prooaoiy uwc-m
But other people might be dwposod te
,,r..f.-r the nnuialimul OI an uuwi iu v
of hair from bUck to whue axe reported
in a foreign medical mg is'tnc 1 1 appears
that a physician of Beiliu, a strong. hcahhy
' .a Ma SI n I f
and lesa than mHirMe sgea man, aeni ins
wife and otre daughter to spend last Sum
mer at a watering plat. The day I hat
I, ex nee. led a letter intoi miuff him of their
arrival, ihere c ime one saying that hia
daughter hid been taken rick very sud
denly, and was already dead. The shock
. - ... a a I t.
was terrible, and east ant lyhis natr or came
e 'irely g ay HerlnJ to visit some pa
tient. that same afternoon, aud they
amrrelr rerosniaod him. His peculiar
aetians rewealud the change to him- The
other case was of a man 35 year, eld, liv
ing in the Netherlands. He was one
day passing the canal in Rotterdam, wheu
be saw a chihf struggling in the wster.
He plunged in snd brought it to land, but
it waa already dead by the lime he bad
rescued its body. Bending over it to try
to leetore life, he discovered that the dead
child was hia own son. The blow, io
sudden and unr xpeeted. and coming upon
him when he htrramlf was 10 mack exhaus
ted., turned hia hair entirely gray, aud left
him scarcely recognizable.
the law imposed a tax en t&aa if bjnjh-j
EPLY TO A 11U0K.ES HEARTED
TUlN(i. f . . .
A broken heart el yoeaaf tkiag
to a weekly pp-r as follows :
"About thteo rear, aaa I beca
quainted with a young gsnilthbef
lately I have no need a great aba
him. Can he have ceased to lore
Perhaps we ought not to interfere fa
little matter: hut. is we anow
what ahould be done with the
wc feel as if we aught to speak oat.
rintt tune he calls, take a monkey a
fasten it rwcorely upon bw eaJ4uwBjR
aa svsavaa. as
n 1 m
CtttZZJ THE COLbUED . KAY OF BEIVG
We quote : "It is an offence for a prison- J R.ALUL 3.
er to spesk one word, snd he is never nth t gt JOBtpht Missouri, there is a cer-
dressr-d except in whispers, so thst he . valb.ielJsckson. a person of color.
may be iu prison two years without near. rpgret 0 tmj tht he has doubts of
intr the sound of the human voice. The . ajji.. cf Un Naihaniel Jackson.
effect of all this is so terrible on the mmd ;vb0n-er be has occasion lo be absent
: 1 1 . r nr m nntfifn- i .
that prisoners wm r.rcn. r ;
tion, at the risk of any punishment, mi her
thsn endure thst hernnie siiencc
prisoners never see one another, but re
main in perpetual solitude. Oue poor
.i, driven to desDeration by nine
months' solitude snd silence, recklessly
bmke ont. in Mr. Greenwood s presence:
liVor God's sake, governor, put me in
another cell. Put me somewhere else. 1
have counted the bricks in the cell I sin
in till my eyei ache." The request of
the toriued wretch waa refused. But
this is not all. The wardens all wear lu
dia rubber ihoes, the place is bested to an
uunatural, almost unendurable heal, and
everything is conducted upon the most
rigid rule, even to the aqneriug of elbows
and uiiilorm posiliou of books at religious
servion. Well may we exclaim, with Mr.
Greenwood, the traveller : "God help
them, poor Wretches.
Um home, and he ia freduently absent,
before departing he reads to sirs. Jack
son the following impressive document :
"Mrs. Marry Jackson : I am your has
band, and you must mind no other nigger
hut me. You know that I will never give
you up i I will suck to you, if I have to
rnrln to mr thin in blood to do it. I am
a had nigger when I gel md, so look out
w . ... --0
Aud then be
A little girt aged 10 years, committed
suicide by hinging herself Ust Saturday,
h nt known whether she did by
I aeeWeirt or design, says the Madssco Em
R-.r hundred th idsanJ bdshell of grain
will be raised in the Umpqua VaHey,
n. Sa I
b rn in a firm VOIOS
be won t snswer, twist the wren-en inrwa
nr four times, and but his bead aa
ihe etnre or the mm tie - piece. If he as
be has ceased to love you, let your tn
. n n . a . a - a
dally with ht. ringlets lovingly a
momenta and (heu suddenly 1m
couple of haadfulhH aad have
hand ta cease in asm sat naee asm ,
sod knock out bia teeth and j
d wn est hiafn aad ba eat
him g o, and oommeoee youx
to rope m a trees man.
PaT HO KB OF HCBBASDkV.
era food and clothe the world
Dromotea their Streets will also
I. .11 - It In n
tne lnicreaia oi an wma. -
leii as well as wicked policy th depresw
the agricultural prospeniy or a eaastry.
T he tax on cottoa ana moacev ifii
trated the folly as well ss tWfaWMaPl-'
f.f the R.idical oartv.
... i .
fk nrn-a .( ion above named wall
nrotrction to fanaar. sgs
manopdim sod will grew aw
education and inteligess
ruliural e lamas. The
unoo tbesa will be
r . -
mr and mill all morn
' -J ' na. .
I I. ..... W aee no reason Why OwT-
-r-r- - ' - . . xJ .
sooa should not enter tne oraer aw-r
nn at- T Ci.tJin. a
P.. who fought at Wsterloo, and ia so deaf
you have to" .cream at him. SiU 'weifij
every r.igr.tln the ITouss of Comfort. eh4
aeldom leaves aotfl tbeeu.Uihal sVdlf
"Wbo goes home ?" sad pwte Wat mw
a. m mt If