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J. J. iBBUNEE,
Proprietor and Editor.
J. Jr STEWAET,
, AuoeUte Editor.
BATES Off ICBCniPTION
gixi Months, '
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A. ELLS t. CO.1 Charlotte. Mich. i.
wouniriG class male or fe
llALE, $tU a week euanteeL'. BeonecUble
em uIot merit at home, dar or evening : no carl-
50 1 U 'Mrd:fnlli)ntraetina& valuable pack
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or any injurious mineral nutwiance, out is
j containing thoe Southern Roots and Herbs,
whichran,aJUwiie Providence has placed in
countries where Ltre Diseaenrjost prerail. It
will Cur e all DUeaatt caused by Dtrangtm- of the
Li tt i ' ' '
TheSTMrroMS of Lirer Complaint area bitter
! or bad taste in the mouth; Pain in the Back,
! gides or JpinU, often mistaken for RheumatUm ;
i" Sor Skmach; I s of Appetice; Bowels alter-
l with a painful sensation of having failed to VfflJVSJ
r l .Ty' "...ts Mi., ,n k. h ,lnn. JobberT.' Book
f do torn em nig wmui ,
Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance
f il.o Skin and Eves, a dry Coueh often rois-
t taken for Consumption. Sometimes many of
1 thesymptomd attend the disease, at others, very
. but the Liver, the larzest orzan in the
hodv is generally the seat of the disease, and if
nottteguiaiea in ume, grennuuciiiig,
ncss and Dea'tiC will ensue.
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SIDE. AGENTS WAN
TED fori a complete history ofonr National
Capital. Jtsorijjip, growth excellencies, abuses,
beauties.! and ueiMonaees are all portrayed in
that graphic style wliich has placed the author,
Geo. Alf. Townsend, jamong tne loremost
newspaper correspondents bf the time. It give
bold startling, trnthful inside views of Wash-
Conere8sionai and lxbnying
readv for delivery. Extra
terms for State. Address. ? James Bett&Co.,
Hartford. Ct. i 4.
roa THE CAROLIKA watchma.
God uttaW AdAm oat of dtut. -
-Bot thiaglit U beat to- ma&e ino Sr
- So I wm midtt befure the man
' To oHrr God's inoat holy plan
My Wdy He did make eomplHo
- But wttoat leg or anna or feft ;
1 My vy od actions lie did entrol
And I; a made without a soul.
A living beiujf I became,
Twas Adam who gave me my name ;
lhu iroiu uia preseuc & uuuw,
No mon of Adainvr knew;
I did my Makvr's laws obvy.
From them I never wfOt aatniy.
Frmi thousands I did rauiu fear;
But seldom oa this earth appe&r, .
But God in me did something see.
And put a living tool in m.
A son? of me my God did claim.
And took from in that soul again.
And when from tne that soul was fled, '
-1 wa'tb sain as first made;
And without bauds or fet or sonl
I travel jmw from pole to pole,
I labor hard both day and night,
. To fallen man; I give great light.
' Thousands of people both young and old.
Will by my ueath great light behold.
No faf of death dovh troobjle me.
For happiness I cannot see.
To Heaven I can never go.
.Nor to the grave, nor to hell below.
The Scriptures I cannot Wlieve,
' If right or wrong I can't conceive,
Al hough my name there in is found,
They make to me an empty t ornd ;
I SEND FOR CATALOUGE.
DOMESTIC SEWING ACH HE o.. N-w York
Myer and. two others, wtre saved with
the Tyson party fiLJA few minu
tes later those on the Polaris saw a boat
launched and caxnned by 'the three
men making for the place where their
comrades were stationed. In a short
time the storm and darkness Bhut oat
every' objeet from their view. The
feelings of the men can be imagined
as, with half the crew left to perish, as
they supposed, in the desert of ice and
i - - ! it 1
t up at Life
e little pros-
snow, the ship drifted
until at last she brooz
The prospect was no
ouch. There seemed to
iect of their remaining
she still leaked i fearfully and in her
damaged condition Buddington had no
hope of getting any further south with
her. . It was therefore determined to
beach her, ! but the question was how
that could be done. The wind being
favorable an opening in the pack was
finally discovered, and the shiu was
i i xi Li- j t
Dorea uirougn unuer canvas, -everything
apparently favored the-" work,
but though the ship was only a few
miles from shore it took twelve hours
to get her close in. The next considera
tion was how to provide for the shelter
of the men on shore. All the timbers
And "now my friends, these lines yon read from between decks ' were torn out.
And search the Scriptures with all speed, provisions were deposited on the ice.
,0,d,iy meyoaTd? ul The coal was removed. Everything
I'll think it strange, I do declare. f . , ,, . .
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SMITHFIELD! ST. PITTSBURGH PA
Breech-loading Shot Guns $40 to $300,
Double Shot Guns. $8 to $150. Single Guns$3
to $20. llines, $9j to $75. Revolvers. $6 to $25.
Pistolx, $1 to $3. Gun Material, Jishing Tackle.
Large discount to; Dealers Or Clnbs. Army Guns
Revolvers. &c, bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. O. D, to be examined before
paid for.1 I 4w
Neglect a Coufh. Nothing is more certain
to lav the foundation for futnreevilconsequcncse
Well's Carbolic Tablets
are a sure cure.for all diseases of the Respira
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Astlimfi if,fltnrrhh IToarseness. Drvness
nfit.u Tlrn.i Winrttiirio nr Rpnnollinl Til I if. I
strange, I ao declare. I r i j rru it
COM BT O. usctut ocviucu, i.uc wans ui a
fi t blished in the n0U8e weretben builtof heavy planks,
1 nr1 Ko
roof was made of sails. In such a
home the long Winter was passed.
Some help was received from three
xsquimaux, wno discovered tne wreck
ed ship and agreed, for a few paltry
presents, to convey provisions over the
ice from the vessel. They gave still
more valuable aid by supplying skins
The above was
Watchman daring the war. We are un
able to itolve the riddle, but will be glad
to hare some expert do so.
A Stirrixxg Story of the Sea.
" Our i readers are already familiar
with, that most wonderful of all sea-
perils from which their escape seemed i
i . . , . . .i
a i most, miracuioa, tney sncceedea at
last, through great exertions, m Teach
ing Cape Parry. A fey miles below
the Cape, at Fit Clarence Rock, an
encampment was made. Every night,
when tne labors or the flay were over,
the boats were hauled up upon the floe,
and everything taken out, and) the
only hot meal of the day was prepar
ed. 1 he apparatus employed in cook
ing was of the most primitive charac
ter. Each boat carried a quantity of
Egging from the Polaris, and a can of
oil. V ith these a fire was made in
the bottom of an old iron bucket, lea
was the only thing that could be made
with such an apparatus. They state
that the privations they suffered were
not serious. The life was rough, labori
ous, and monotonous; but though dan-
gers' occasion iv presented themselves
well calculated to in pi re the greatest
fear, no serious accident occurred, and
on the 21st of June the boats reached
Cape York in safety. jHcre they were
again close beset with foe. On the 23d
their troubles came to an end; A
whaler was descried a few miles off,
and the whole party ras at once in a
turmoil of excitemenr. A great fear
seemed to take possession of them all
at once that the ship jmight get away
before they could make themselves
seen, and they put forth every effort
to push through the ice with the least
possible delay. The vessel proved to
be the Ravenscraig of Dundee. Capt.
Allan sent his crew to their assistance
and took on board their effects,! and
one of their boats, the other being left
behind. Capt. Allen treated them,
they all say, in the kindest and most
The rescued sailors
3. WHOLE NO. 89
the sacrament of Reconciliation. Let 1 Horrows on the Taraa Twa.J
... r .1 TT I o i
o vji utu union armies invite our oe-1 -i t
; u BKOWXSVIU.R. ScdL 24.
fane of freedom, add there in tlie holy A. scries of robberies and marderi 1
pound consecrate to brotherly love nav.c recently been committed ca ! I
bury our dead strifes eternally out of United States citizens raiding or tray-' ' l
m',u- t u: Lr v l. i ill!n(. An k. r-: i y -.,( ' ;
aiub. jlkii tutu yi iuv nuna onng ""ft caiwu; uurucT OI lofj
with him the memories of Bunker Hill, State. Within a short time Mr. Moot a ;
Saratoga, Brandywine,andall the ven- gomcry was attacked, robbed and lefV !
crauic irauiuons jot tne oiacn time. lvt ucu u noue n Monterey. i
Let him of the Sputh come with the f 090 Ravexie was beaten in his store ' I
proud historic contributions of his sun- in Camargo and left for dead, his ti
ny land to the votume of his nation's sailanti discovered in time to prevent
eiory. Ana there let us both with rouoery.
elapsed hands lay. down together our A he ferdie family were robbed on
offserings on the presence of God and the highway near San Fernando, and
myriads of assembled freemen, by the men women and children left to stxra
memory of our fathers and the hopes n an unlrequented spot. Mr. Hea
of our children to ihe latest generation derson and two companions were robV
swear to preseve ftrever Liberty, Fra- bed and one of them killed in China,
ternity and Union. A wo Americans were attacked atxj'
; xiext folio wed fighting Joe Hook- j one wooded in the road near Marina,- J
"and be paid our "boys in escaping onjy alter ft desperate ftzhu ,
n the highest compliment vet rc- in which one of their assailanti . vu :
ceived' from a Federal source. He
too was full of kindness and concila
tion. He cloecd by saying :
I have jtrst come from a celebration
by some of the survivors of the Mexi
mortally wounded. ! i
Dr. Haggcty was killed in his house
and the premises robbed. The per-
r t. . ' . f
jivuttKUBui wicov crimes j were arrcsied
n,I L! Mi 1 l..
uuvi tiicit guitL cicany csiaoiisncd. ex-
says that when
thrv were nickwl nn tlipv hntl hrrnil
stories,: the long voyage of the Tyson for clothing, of which the crew were 'enough for one month, but it is the
party on the sea-floe. They were left greatly in need, for many of their general opinion among them that they
on the ice by the Polaris, and after the clothes were worn out, and many more J would not have succeeded in reaching
most romantic ot voyages were rescuea were lost when the vessel broke away any settlement. Chester, however, !
at last.i And now we nave a tun ac- on the night of the 15th. Ihe is- j who is spoken of in the highest terras
count of the Polaris and the part of qaimaux had plenty, and, though they j of praise by every one of his compan
the crew that were on board at the were filthv-smellincr earments. the ions, has no doubt whatever that ther
time she separated from the ice-floe to castaways gladly adopted the full Es- j would have got. southward without
w which bub waa auuviicu. IC I uuimaux cos hi rn e or iur trousers, coats, anv assistance.
w w ,
a . i
can war, of our victory in that strug- cept in the Perdie case, yet not one 6f
cle. But that was a contest warred them was punished. th authorictiea
against a foreign &e. Those whom tc 1 either being indifferent! pr nowerlcnB.
lougnt in tne late war were oi an en- cxa nave ucen proven beiore
Urelv dtScrent ca ibre. I fousrht them, unitea states
and fought themj I have had oppor
tunities of seeing some of the armies
of Europe since: then the French,
Prussian, Kussian and Austrian, and
I tell you it would be down hill work
to fight them coropaed with our late ferring to
foes ("Loud cheers, which were kept sa3s :
up for several moments, with cries of The great contest of the Rome Fair
" go on" has been that between the girls for a
Why cannot we fight our battles of cooking stove as a premium for the
the rebellion over again in friendly best dinner. The result of the contest
feelings with ouf late Southern foes ? has been looked to with carer in terttt.
ine principles ox war cannot be cnang- ami the awards were delivered amid
ed in our day. rousing excitement. The best cook
That consummate Bummer and Os-1 amonir these contendinf -ehannrrn wk
Consul a and sent la
Washington, in the hope that retires
will be demanded. ; j
Georgia Girls Competixo ir
Cooks.- The Atlanta rwifu.W r.
the Ueorgia State Fair,
whole storythat of the Tyson party, hats and boots..
I Capt. Hall was regarded as peculiar- that character.
and that oi the isuaaington pany is lhrough the long, dreary winter the ly adapted for the great cnterpnse foolish s
4- vrf intAH(n 9T l nef fll ATI fTo O Tin fn I AM I. 4 ilvA.. .M.Xn .AM.n KIM I 1 1 " . 1 1 11 1 1 " ' 1 1 1 '
mic uiuou iiiiiioij iuoaMaw U1UU uu uivir uu us rciuiirKiiui v unaer nis cnarcre. ana an lamcni nis asnamea oi 1113 neriormancc
tertaminsr of all that record adventures well. The snow fell heavily, but it untimelv end. As to the statement hissreech.and it was decu
trogoth, Phil. Sheridan, made, as was decided to be Miss Hattte J. Johnson,
to have been expected, a foolish speech, to whom was awarded thc first pre-'
A Philadelphia paper says : " having mium in the shape of the John B. Gor-
heard himself called " YY rath s Archan- don cooking stove. To Miss Octavia
gel' in the poem: he seemetl to be anx- Shropshire Mas given the second pre
ious to make a diplay of himself in mium. This second premium was H.
racter. lie made a bad and L. Leo stove oflered by Messrs. Seny
peech. y s friends were all & W alkcr. The committee foi
hard to decide. Thev recommended
ledlv of the that twentv ilnll
upon the sea. The most singular fea- served to protect their frail habitation that the ship might have aided the j " Bummer" sorf. Alice Camp, a twelve (year old gvi
ture is that all should have been saved and make it more comfortable. Their party on the ice, all agree that it was We are really glad to meet with for the very excel lent dfnncr she coo
butone. a ne j ew iorK jrtoncsa, arrangements were so complete mat no , mtDossible after the l'olans broke such unexpected kindness from soldiers cocted. Thev also rerommeruLvl to
i r . u r 1 I 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1... :
juqgingirom uic resuiis 01 wvtx j visit to tne snip was necessary beiore adrift to learn even the whereabouts ot tl
and all Diseases bf the Lones. - mat judging irom uie resuiis o imtw; j visit to xne snip was necessary beiore adrift to learn even the whereabouts ot the Korth, and hope that such sen-
in aii cases oi sunken com, nowever taken, extraordinary aa ventures, iiieiroians January z7, when they went lor a of those left behind. Everv eflbrt was tiraents mav continue to prevail and
expedition having "endured all man- supply of wood. Fresh water was ob- ' made to find them, but to no avail. ! widen until the whole North is filled
ner of hardships and encountered un- tained in abundance by collecting pieces I The U. S. Government has tele-; with them. Mischievious papers and
numbered perils of starvation and ship- 0f icebergs and melting them. Toward eraphed to the American Consul at ' sillvdcraaeojnjes do more to widen the
wreck wfth the loss of but one man, the end of winter Chester suggested Dundee, to provide! everything neces-' breach and to deepen the old sores
.. !.,- 111... . ... . J i J- - - . - ' . ...
the very saiest business in me worm j that some means should be agreed up- sary for their comfort and health, and than any others. It the brave soldiers
tlceTabletsshotild be promptly and freely used
They equalize the circulation oftlie blood, nim-
gate tne severuvjoi uieauacK aim win in s ver
short time, restore healthy action to the affect
ed organs. j "
Well' Carbolic Tablets are put up only in
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. If they can't
be found at your druggist's send at once to the
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they remove nothjng from the system but im
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strengthen and hence they cause no debility and
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Dr. Tutt'S tills have a wonderful influence
on the blood. They not only purify without
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dollars to Miss E. J. Shropshire. The
awarding oi the prcmiuns wa very
The Dcke oh Edinburgh's Caks.
We arc informed that Mr. Joha
Arctic exploration. ou to extricater the party from their to send them by the first ship to New of the two sections had the manage- Railroad Refreshment Rooms has been
Anestoryoi me jxtuiugiun vi- perilous position. inc provisions were York. ment oi matters, they wouiu soon res- ;ntrT,1 t. ru-u-:
. . iL.r i il. 1 , ,. . . , . i . , . . i ' . r, .. . -.Mn,,Hn;HMuK,..HK.ur,
ways is so. interesting, uai we iay me i gradually aimtmsning, anu me iuei,
main points beiore the reader, w tne 0f which only six tons had been ob
exclusion of other matter. We avail J tained from the ship, was nearly ex-
The "Army of the Cumberland"
, has had a mutiny at Pittsburg, Penn-
tore harmonyl and peace. SenlinrL
Jnleretltng Oases from Different
me oi the bride
cake which is to grace the royal break
fast-tabic on the occasion of the mar
riage of the Duke of E1 in burg with
the only daughter of the Emperor of
Russia. The cake towers to a height
of seven feet six inches, and weighs
upwara oi yj pounds, Jt.isinstx
Medical Rrcord an
cure in a case of hydropho- tiers, and resembles the' famous poroe
s bitten by a mad lam tower of Nanking The cake Is
ourself of the report by telegraph in hausted. The Polaris still available
.i m f . . rrl a : 1 . -"l I . , -
tne inoune. i.ne party were picKeu ior materials, and it was now propos
up by the British whaler Ravenscraig ed to build two boats. A survey by ! sylvania. Many speeches were made. Standpoint.
un uuiy inoi. iicjr w.. viiesicr sihmcu mat uie lining u uic tjsesar was present, some lntoieraoie v ca :n v.n
taKea to xunuee, owwauu, uic caotn coma oe used, ana in is was ac- gtnft, called poetry, was read by one nnt.n ne
.!.!! AM: TU. niw4tr J Z 1 J T A A'.fC ' 1 I r o r .1 aCCOUni OI
wiiiiiiiij; sicauiw Atvwv. r.v iwuiugij uu. a ue uim- toi. lticniana jvciii. oorac ot tne Yxa A little trirl was
rescued are Capt. u. isudding on cu Uy then arose. Ihe planking was speeches by prominent soldiers breath- d ho ont her right cheek a covered with a fretwork of flowers and
sailing master; Ur. ,mi l uessei, cntei all pierced with nails, and how should ed a very kindly spirit towards the piece the sire 'of a silver dollar and shells of snow-white 'purity, white
rf iia cnlonflfip rorrva 4 lin Kit Kr mi1fl nrifrt Irrb f 9 Tlio U it C.ril..m r. n f ... (Cl.. t . 5 . . ' r 1 1 1 , - a
Hubbard C. Chester, first mate ;
William Morton, second mate;
Emil Schumann, chief engineer;
A. A. Odell, assistant engineer;
W. F. Campbell, fireman ;
Nathan J. Coffin, carpenter;
The men are all well and show no
the boat be made watertight? The bouth. Someof them are of sufficient Jiso bit her right arm and leg. She gracefully depending from a vase of
crew all say that Chester showed him- importance to justify us m copying a was trcated by immediately cauteriz- exquisite design at the summit is a pro-
self equal to all emergencies. With portion of them. Gen. Durbin Ward,
the carpenters help he put the planks 0f Ohio, delivered the annual oration,
together in so deft a manner that the He concluded an eloquent effort with
difficulties which had seemed insur- the following pacific language, which
mountable vanished. During the if adopted generally in the North,
Spring months, with the thermometer would close up at once " the bloody
23 degrees below zero, and often in a chasm." Gen. W. said :
blinding drift, the building of the And now, comrades, citizens of the
boats went on. The situation grew redeemed republic, is it not time to
marks of emaciation such as might daily more discouraging, but the work sanctify and secure our victory by uni-
have been expected after their terrible was never relaxed, and the courage ot versal amnesty? bhall we seek to
inc the wound with a saturated solu- tussionot orancc-blossoms, etc
tion of carbolic acid, and keeping it Manchester Eng,) (iuardiaii
wet constantly with a weaker solution ; i
of the same, while two drops of liquor A Boy's Leo wortii ten Tubes
ammonia, forjis were given her every AND Dollars. A Jury Astonishing
two hours in water. Three days after- a Railroad Company. An important
ward, the wound was cauterized a se- case was disnosod of in the Circuit
condtime with nitrate of silver and Court at White Plains, Westchester
the dose of ammonia was increased to county, yesterday. About two years
three drops. This treatment was con- agon little boy named William D.
tinued till August 9, the wound not j Thurbne, residing with! his parents in
separation of the crew is gathered irom J by the end oi j une, determined to pusn rather propose to our tormer enemies
conversation with several of the party, southward. Just at this moment when 0f the South citizens still though they
1 he Polaris had been leaki
art the most besivtif !
Style And perfect In tn
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a vch i m vrur u w sn
v-xs ver placed in mmf
11! an extra set tfned.
the 12 FPJGCX cfwkiek
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VOICE 18 BUm
WATERS S01f ,481
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experiences. The following narrative the men never failed. Advancing keep alive even so much as the memory being allowed to be dry a single in- Morrisana, was run over by a horse-
of the mcidents that occurred alter the steatuiy tne crew were reauj to aepan, 0t the old quarrel 7 &naii we not 6tant durine the whole period, and it car of the Harlem Bridge, Morrisiana
was healed without leaving a scar, and Fordham railroad, and injured so
As two years! have since elapsed with- that he lost a leg. An action j for
ner oadiv leveryuunz was m readiness im y were were enemies once--tnai, we uranK io- Brnnrr r h n u ; k. sinnm . nm hmmht l.iK-
before the 15th of October, 1872, and alarmed by the appearance of scurvy, gether the waters of Lethe and remem- lieve that the tient ig nJireiy out little fellow's father against the com-
her situation ultimately became so iiappuy, nowever, tne attach proven ber no more tne sectional natreq tnat of danger. panv,and vesterdav it was disposed of
alarming that it was deemed advisable slight, and a plentiful supply of walrus embroiled us ? We are the offspring Gn frida-last a Mr. Edward Haw- in short order bv the jury rendering a
to make preparations to abandon her. jiver, wntcn tney oDtameu irom uie 0t the same gaiiant;ancestors, and nur- ley, a resident of Scraton, Pa., dien of verdict for the full amount claimed,
Hquimaux, enabled them to avert tne tured in the same institutions, language hydrophobia! About three months in accordance with the earnest appeal
dlS' , , ' and religion. Thflj North and South ttgo he was bitten by a small dog. He of plaintiff's counsel for defence rave
When the boats were launched they arc twin brethren,!and now that the subsequently! gave indications of rabies notice that the case would be appeal,
leaked a good deal, but the men deter- Red Sea of our deliverance from sec- -ninn i,.f ion.inv v..a rni-n ..prp. V. V irnlA 9SU I
1 " I .1 1 11 .1 1 I I 1 i A 1. XUom nnl cnntnn . 11 J I I.' J A -.1 . I
wnue otners landed on tne ice, ami iiui w trusi. uiem, mm, dwiu6 uonai oouage iias uwh unjtu uu wui lv ill with the final fatal result men-
they began to get out stores, with the aboard all their remaining provisions wanderings in the wilderness of civil tionC(i jirj Hawley's case is interes-
intention of taking everything they and ammunition, tney said iareweu to war ended, why shall we not enter tins as invol'yinz the failure to the re-
enuia neea tnra inner Rninurn in tnnse i xiie xxjai vxjve. i "v mciiwht nana in nana murine iruiuicv ttiu
BrcadwaT, if. 1va aiyete tf 300
mnd ouhans ff trst-clasa niaJcejs, -finding
WATERS', d extreuelr lw
PTlcea fforali, r part cn. ami balance im
mall monthly rflvminu. New9)ctara
flnt-clase PIANOS, oil modern tm
proreinent, for vk. (mm 5-Oe
A STOPS, ailOl M STOPS. lUat.
t rated Catalogue walled. A tarft
fM to Minuter, Vkurrke, Snndai.SHnnlM. I
SocMestU. AG EHrrS WANTED,
II 1KD WARE.
When you want Hardware at le
figures, call on the undersigned at No: 2
Oramte llow. ;
I D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbory, N. U., May 13-tf.
The determination to leave the ship
was arri ved at on the 15th of October,
at which time they were in lat. 76o.
Some of the crew remained aboard,
sorces which ingo ranee and supersition
Between 10 and 12 tight, the boats proved themselves ex-1 0f perpetual pea4? Gallantly the have so often vainly applied in cases
proceeding, a very severe gale sprang J to roWj
"w . fl . - m lw 1 . - a lw .1 '
o7clock at night, while this work was cellent sailers, and remancaoiy easy spirited Southern struggled in tne 0f hydrophobia. When he first show-
proceeding, a very severe gale sprang to row, and on the nrs day the voy- ".Lost Cause." Uur victory was over Byraptorui Df the deadly efl
up, and the snow began to fall heavily, agers reached Sontag Bay. no mean foe, and fr no sinister pur- tne thejdog which inflicti
pose, nuaagiicu W'Y " -. wound was duly killed, and in
deadly effect of
rn in flirtnl the
with strong but variable Winds. Opera- After remaining there a short time pose. It has given ps the whole pco-.WOund was duly killed .and in order
tions, however, were continued and to regain their strength, the party pie of the Union Ihe mightiest ma-' t m k the cure more ,1 the
alter tintinns eflbrts the boats were maae ior nasiuyt isuinu, wnere wie tenai empire, tne irecss peopie, me time-honored fo v of anolvino-the ha r
got upon the ice and a large supply of expedition was brought to a stand-still grandest future that Heaven has ever of the anira:jl to the wound was tried,
provisions taken out Suddenly the by a tremendous gale which blew for vouchsafed to any nation. Nor has jt i8curj0Us to reflect that in thissge the
hawsets by which the ship was made three lull days, with a continuous laii cruelty sullied the tnurapn oi tne vie- most ; traditions of a past day of
last to the ice gave way, one snap- oi snow ior an uiai. iujuicuw wr, no reoei uiopu uu hwikm we superstition ihould still survive.
vintr. the other tearint? its anchor from flocks of auks, a bird of the penuia ! executioner's block. 1 In their civil wars , i
its lodgment in the ice. This was species, were enountered here, however, Americans may fall by the sword but j
about mtdnio-ht. The anchor in start-1 and, as tne men couiu easuy iane up they never pensn oy tne axe. xo pass
ing toreff a large piece from the floe their guns
with three men upon it. and as the I shot, there
Polaris drove nast them, thev cried I fresh provisions.
out in an aeonv of terror. "What are thankfully received. Occasionally their , heroes of Christainlty
- ' i! Pi. . Awr Kocnt nnl .'f it-a a 1 l: 1 U 1
We tO dJ T uuy craiia were bswj wv,,uu nM . unve uiuv.i. 1 .i.i,4. .ki .wkm t ,
' . ... . I- i 1.1 1 1 .1 r n n,. ;-i r:iL..i r J snd an el?bten snooter swang t biro at
Uapt Buddington shouted back that iearea tney wouiu vw gnc. u xnc wnwuuni .rvu7 fhe timc nd srjral aide-arm-. He
he could do nothing for them; they they were among the ice, and there pendence will soon dawn upon us. On WM npnPt. M beinff a walking
had boats and provisions, and must was nothing to oe aone iout to iorce . that natal morn let ine ooutn ana Mncna, This i, we belirrr, th fir.t
shift for themselves as best thev could. I passage ! southwards. After enduring North sit down together on the old timo that hs bat been seen sioee Dial was
Note These three men. Sergeant! many privations and encountering benches in Independence mil and take arrested toms two weeks ao.
Stevk LofrKET, the last of the Lowcry
band, who hre been for ao long a time a
and kill ten ot them at a the vanquished under the yoke was terror to toe emxena oi uouroti county,
was a plentiful supply of. the remorseless usage of heathen anti-'. seen staoding near the rail road track
, which were verylquity, but how much nobler in the J"1"" ll. ,,onL. . n , i
x flT.n.l rrmcua noh icea. i ne nomw oaa a
ayvr mm e aa v
double-barrel Ik1 gan aernat hia rhonlder.
A Woman Horse Tuiep HAxnrr
ix Texas. The Gainesville GazeU
says : Nancy Hill, the notorious horse
thief and ranger, was hanged about ,
six miles irom this place, on Denver
creek, several days fcince. Her body
has just been discovered fcaperdeu
from a postoak. Her saddle and bridle '
were lying near upon a"; rock, and her
pony was found a mile or so away, jit b
supposed that Dave Porter, her boo-
sort, was killed at the same timejbut
his body has not yet been found. jTbt
woman Hill and Portcrjwcre together
only a short distance ahead of (heir t
pursuers when lat seen,- which was at
Victoria Peak on TlitiRrlav evchinr
What hat niggrinn done lor fWV
Carolina! Litten. While white men fa 14
Georgia's Lnnda aell in Wall atreet at 90.
South Carolina's 6 per cna, payable lm
Jsnoary and Joly, arc nn wanted st li
eenu! If this is not an eaty on rainj aad
wreck, wh.it mor in goHnea namf, ff
needed I LyHch(rg fietcs.