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VOL. V. THIRD SERIES.
4. WHOLE NO. 896
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The Use of the Cross.
The ajmhttl o the cro ia ud by
both Rnmiruip-M ai:l Epofoplian. Bnt
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-f th.i? ffa ol ! j urtdy Ciirintain ori
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, l l ' ' 1 1 ! I
Combat In Mid Air.
Deadly Struggles on a Tight Rropt 1
One Combatant Hurled to the Ground
and Ih.stui-ly Kdltd Savage Triumph
Of the Victor.
onlv call atm
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Descriptive (o-u gv. Adlrt
l l r H hi; tliHVe IBOl-
pui-n tlie , ulj- ct tnrtlier
it which t
The aoorees of th- Nileara oonUinrd
in the raiti cloud of the equator, which
poor th.-ujs, 9 down on the foreat-pUt-fua,
firm into a thontaod riVera, and Dual
lr Coi'fct in enorunous laka-al the uifeit
Little did to tena ol thooaaod cf men, j number i-nd important of whu-h are yet
women and children, who thronged the I to h d-termiurd. From BArr Albert
pb!ie sqiiKte .4 Agram. Croniia on the j Nyai.ia, th- moot northerly in Utitude,
15 h ol Augna aiuicipate that they were t and loweet in level, ..f ihee inland neaa,
aboal t witueaa a apeeiacle -uch aa wu, i eh Nile run toward E-iropt( and plan
pet hs pi newer before eeu a motal trug. j pt into the Sahara. Front its rteat
ffl- i md air. The occaaton (,f the rarath i eouatorial reervotm it n-eeivea a sufficient
to mtiiitiiu ire exinteuee
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i o . otiiii8, Aiidira. XVolter and r raucif
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tern. qk also do the rungs taken trom
the rains of Nineveh, aud from the hall of
Nieruck, wear crosses. The cross also ts
found among Babylonian bricks, gems,
cylinders, d-c, of the St. Anthony pat
tern, flow what these crosses were in
tended to symbolise we most leave to
others to discover. We are merely trac
ing the evidences of the existence of this
symbol among the nations that flourished
many hundreds of years before toe Master
wss crucified upon Calvary.
But ibis is not all. In Tartary. in
Thibet and in Bhina the same symbol has
been found. How comes it to be used in
the distant East ? In India too, "in the
cave of Elephants, over the head of figure
encaged in maesacreiiig infant," ts to be
seen this same Christain symbol. Indeed
according to judicious travellers there are
evidences to show that there are many
striking resemblances between the prac
tices aud ceremonies of Romanism aud
Boddism. Father Hnck, a Roman Cath
olic missionary, is 'the chief authority in
in such matters. In hi well-known "Re
collections, ol a Journey in Tartary,
Thibet. &c " he says : "The cross, th
mitre, the dalmatica, the cope, which the
Grand Lamas wear on their journeys,, or
when they are performing some ceremony
out of the temple, the service with doable
choir, the psalmody, tbe censor suspend
ed froth five cbaius, and which you can
open of close at pleaaure,-the benedictions
given :by the Lxtua by extending the
right hand over rhe head of the faithfu
etc., '? are analogies between the
Butidhi.-ts and ourselves
How is this! When could Buddietn
a re'i ': i thai exieted lone before hns
tianii ..s heani f, and thai "held its
thud CE.'umetiiCiil Council" more than
ho n iii died years before, the cuicifixion,
.w;d hundred ot year before Komauipin
had aiiy existence how could this very
Hiicicuit religion have copied tiwse
thiniis' froni Christianity T One of the
( ' iihidii- misMionaries. umiti visitine- to.
the first time the lai.d tit Buddhism, w";
hvame as follow s :
There i not a pi- ce'of dres, ..
sacerdotal function imt acereMio'.iy "t .1;
Court of Rome, which the devil has hot
copied in this cn u ii try."
Wecopy the following from Mr. Nevins,
long a missionary in China :
"It may be well to reft-r to a general
resemblance between Buddhism and Ro
manism, so marked that it is recognised
and acknowledge by the Romanists them
rivers are speedily extinguished. Bnt tbe
Kit not only flows through the Sahara.
tt also overflows the flit country lying
near its month, snd, casting mud on the
surface of the sand, creates that meadow
which is call i d Egypt.
Now this black mod does not some
from the equator; tbe waters of the Nile
are clear, or while; and a! though the lakes
can keep the Nile alive in lis journey
through the desert they cannot, make it
an awa a ' .
ov. rnow. v hence then proceed these
step. At last they met, snd the suspenee rich soil laden aud redundant waters to tbe
of the crowd underneath changed the next 1 weary Nile?
moment io a feeling of indescribable horror. On the right-band side of that flowing
ergo witch sudden tly uttered an angry river, between its waters and tbe Red
exclamation, and dealt Kolter a blow oa sea. a cluster of mountains rises in tbe air.
tbe bead, Kolter staggered and fell, but in These are tbe Highlands of Ethiopia, tbe
so doing succeeded in clutching the rope roman'ic Abyssinia, S itzerlaudot Africa;
J.t- 1 J ! ,t . - . a . ... .m.
wiui one nanu. wmie wun tne oilier, ne and down these hilly slopes, at s certain sea
grasped the left leg of his assailant. Per son of tbe veer, man two noisy t teams, tbe
go witch now fell likewise, bat passed his Blue or Black Nile, and the Aibarm,
right arm around the rope, so that he bong which, stripping their country of its black
upon u wun comparative security. Ana l upper soil, fall into tne IMle, anp be low
now began a life and death straggle. upon it such a wealth of water, that, a
Kolter, with his right hand, tried to drag I soon as it escape from tbe rocky wall
rergo witch from the rope, while Pergowiteh which line its coarse in the Nubian desert,
icked Kolter with bis right foot, and it is forced to overflow. 7
with his left hand endeavored to loose bis I Thus the Nile iscreaU-dbv the isiiifall of the
antagonist's bold , No one was able to I epuator, Egypt by the rainfall of the trop-
enterfere, and tbe result, it was easy to tea. If the White Nile did not exist the
foresee, mast be the death of one or both Black Nile would be nothing, it would
of the acrobats. Many women fainted, perish in the sand. But if tbe Biack
whi'e strong men wept like children. Nile did not exist, tbe White Nile would
What added most to tbe general despair be merely a baren river in a sandy plain,
was tbe appearance nf Roller's young with some Arab encampments on ita
sT V .
ife at the open window from which her
husband, a few moments before, bad set
oat upon bis fatal walk. Her piteous
screams were beard above the din below,
and ber appeala to Pergowiteh to spare the
life of ber husband would have moved tbe
heart of any Apache. The struggle in mid
air lasted, perhaps a minute, when Kolter
uttered a loud cry, lost bis bold and fell,
striking tbe ground violently, and expired
almost instantly While the people gath
ered aroaud tbe body of poor Kolter, his
murderer on the tight rope managed to
get on his fee: again. W ith a diabolical
expression nn bis face he uttered a loud
yell ot triumph
The pei feet of the Police ordered Per
gowiteh to surrender. Iu cs he should
not do so wi'hin five minutes, be would be
shot down like a dog. He then ran to
the window, where be surrendered huu
Self, begging that he might be protected
IV mi violence. There was greitt danger
of his being executed by the people who
loudly clamored that the iuuid rer be
given up to hem; but the. miliary by a
bayonet charge, cleared the public .-ijuarc.
Pi rgowiieh being a-k a whi -had caused
him io perpetrate this crime, said there
hud been a grudge between him aud Kol
ter ever since, the la terh id married youi g
Rnsita SetgatMitf, a Polish giil ot rare
bi-ainy. K I 1 ,i a fit ol j ilot, had
. im i hat he knew one ot Ii iu W Uni
h i . io i.ie on litis ai count A idreas
K. . i W is the ouiigeet member of tbe
ais.i i 'uiUed family of acrobats of that
We beard Fred Douglass when be "ora
ed" in Raleigh lel year aud did full jus
tice to his kindly and in erecting remarks
He is a man of iuteligence. Not long
igo be made a speech at Louisville, Ky
i a S as- aa
to ins colored brethren and hi talk was
decidedly aeusible. Tbe following sample
is good good for any latitude, any na
liouality or color:
"When I ran away and came North, I
worked for nine dollars a month and saved
money. For twenty-five years, or nearly
so, I worked foi $ 400 per year, and I saved
money, and every man hi this count ry
w ho is a man can save money if he -rill.
Bnt be will not save it by walking the
streets and smoking cigars. He will not
Tm Killed " A Humorous Inci
dent of the War.
By Cspt, R. A. 8, in -Our Living and Our
Too call for contributions for your col
umns. I will give you a humorous inci
dent, which is strictly a nfttier of fact.
Liea. Col. G , pf the -4th N. C-,
was an English fficer, as brave as a lion
and a bit of a wag. Daring the beat of
tho artillery duello at Gettysburg, oa tbe
3d of July, 1863. when over two hundred
pieces iu each army were thundering a
murde oas symphony, a shell struck the
earth a few feet in advance of ibe 4th,
and dashed a 'bower of pebbles in the face
of a certain Captain . Not a man
was hurt, bnt the aria! visitor caused a
slight commotion, lesulting in the precipi
tate flight of Captain W , who rati with
the speed of a deer screaming: "I'm Kill
edll'm Killed ! I mKilled I
At i In instant the ahnll voice Lieut
Col. G. was beard above tbe din, call
ing : Where are the litter bearers!" A
broad Paddy with a pipe in his month
promply responded, uUere, Colonel: here's
one uv em be Jams f" "Well," said the
Colonel, drily, I ghees yoa had better
go and earrv Captain W to the
rear it you can catch him"
I be roars of laughter with which this
ally waa received went far to enliven tbe
meu for the desperate assault which took
place a few minutes later, with so much
Eight Lives Saved by a Bog.
A number of years ago, vessel was
driven on tbe beach of Lydd, ia Kent,
England. The sea was rolling fwBboely.
Eight poor fellows were crying for help ;
but a boat could not be got off, throngh
storm, to their assistance, and they Ber
in constant peril, for any moment the ship
was in danger of sinking. At length a
gentleman came along the hnarjh striae
panied by his Newfoundland dog. He
diverted the animal's atteatioa to tbe
vessel, and pat a short stick ia bis rooatb.
The intelligent and courageous dof at
once understood his meaning, sprang
into tbe sea, and fought his way Utrowgh
the angry waves towards the tibbii! He
could not, however, gal dose enough to
deliver that with which be waa t hsigad
bat the crew understood what waa ssesvat,
and they made fast a rope to aasjtber
of wood, sjad threw it towards him.
nobis animal at once ttrsaptd bis
piece of wood, sod iaaasedtalely
that which had been thrown to him :
tfsea, with a degree of strength and da
termination scarcely credible for be was
again and agaia lost under the waves
be dragged it through t tbe surge, sad do
livered it to bis master. A line of
munieaiioo was thus formed with the
sel, and every
Small and insignificant as they art in
dividually, collectively they are boss
by billions, snd are worth many
Ktdxkt Worms i Rwtvi KAn-, of dollars. There are now in use
worms, hoi b in bus a..d sheen, are uarasi- hundred and three different classes of
tie insects. Iu sheep it is called fluke P4 tamps, and twenty-six
Therefore, to core the animal, some remedv "beet of one hundred stamp
must be wiven iht will nnu ikmn.l, printed each working day. The
the liver aud kidneys. . f tamps used annually is a boa 1 660,000,-
Among the remedies are white lye, from 000 - lketr orage value is $18,000.
hard -wood ashes, to be repeated daily To prevent error and fraud tbe sheets si
uaiil the effect is produced. Turpentine t"P n coented and recounted tan or
thoroughly rubbed upon the loins is a lwcl,'e iim The7 klnaled by
good auxiliary, and It ia also
nally, in doses ot a j tablespoon! ul every
day in i he food for three or four days.
Coppers pulverised, in doses of two or
four ounces daily, fed iu soft boiled food
is good; also half-grain doses of arsenic
to be iucreeased by inne-quater grain easb
day for three or four day-, or until an ef
feci i prod need, the animal to be constant
ly given access to fresh earth during the
As a preventive allow hogs all the soft
(bituminous) coal they will consume. Since
using coal we have not been troubled
with ibis difficulty,. and it is somewhat
surprising how much will be consumed.
mi m- a a
l be romance ot a neb young girl, is
told by a correspondent of the World
from Oirawav, Canada, as follow:
In the cholera season of 1855 a yonng
c-uiple caiue to Ottawa with an infant, a
girl only four mouth old. The father
save it by playing billiard on one of your laid mother both died auddently. Laving
the child, who was adopted by s childless
woman who had been employed to wash
the mlected clothing, and grew up in ig-
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other substances, purifying anu purging ; while I supposition that batan has counterfeited
other is strengthening the system. Thus these .u religion so aa to pre-occupv and
satistv the miudu ot the people wun tne
PUls are at tbe same time a tonic and a cathar-
-t .j i i. e i rj; i
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! words, they do the work of two medicine and
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and genuine. This correspondence hold in
minute particulars. Both have a supreme
and infallible head ; the celibacy of tbe
priesthood ; monasteries aud uunneries ;
prayers in an aukoown tongue ; prayers
to saints and intercessors, snd especially
to a virgin with a child : also prayers for
Making of Bit i ta Without Milk.
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t ' ! . ""' -" weakenins it. but they remove all noxious oar- I j -3 . r .u.
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book, one at a time, read and digest it, and or tortures the digestive organs, but causes I listing of chants, burning of candles.
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hence persons taking them do not become pale 1 . f".: I . . ' . '
and emaciated, but on the contrary, while all I 'f1 n,f lnrcbings and counter march'ngs
impurities are-being removed, the combined c- I otb have also fast days and teast days ;
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My HUHa lie icij tvinnwi .
have hut space or time to pursue tbe sub
ject farther. We have stopped to consider
these poiut because they are strange and
show that much of christian practice was
anticipated by heathen nations long before
tbe ad yen t of the Redeemer. Baptism
was used as a symbol of purification both
by Jewa and heathen nations even as early
aa the Babylonish captivity. We take
leave of the subject by saying, that we
presume no satisfactory answer can be
ever obtained as to tbe origin and mean
ing of the symbol of the cross among the
heathen nations ot antiquity. Sentinel.
back street. 1 dislike a miser, vet s mi
ser i more respectable lhau a spend-1 In it:
1 1 i not necessary that every black man
should become a rich man. but we most
have a representative class at .any rate.
There must be an actual number of rep
reaeutstive of intelligent aud wealthy
The benighted Asiatic, says an ex
change, fi d. io their sunrise, that Russia
has a very summary method of prac i
cally enforcing the bebst of European
civilisation, (jie.it biituin s tenporixiug
method of dealing with tbe Orieniials
finds no favor in Hussion eyes. Re
cently small px msde its appearance in
The latest achievement ot practical nne rf the Asiatic possessions of the Cxr
science is the making of butter without His officer at the post requested the pen
milk. A company with a capital of five pie to come and be vaccinated, Compli
hnndred thousand dollars to be cal ed auce with tbia invitation being summarily
the Olesmargarine Manufacturing company refused, a few medical officers, well sup-
has been established iu Philadelphia hu plied with lancets and vaccine virus, were
the manufacture of the new product. The detailed for active service. These sur-
process is thus described : Tbe new geons were accompanied by a regiment of
butter is msde trom the same meterial as Cossacks. The dashing lancers ran down
ordinary butter, but this material is oh- every man, woman, and child in the infect-
tained by a much more si "pie and natur- ed district, and held them each and all
al process than that of milking the cows, until tbe physicians pronounced them
fee In ordinary batter it is not the thoroughly vaccinated. Tbia ia advane-
cream that ia made into batter, bat the ing humanity at the points of the lance
oil in the cream. The butter when made I and lancet.
is composed of oil, mixed with sour milk
or batter milk. If the butter is warmed
up to a certain point yoa have nothing
bat oil. Now, this oil was secreted (and
S a v
norance ot tier parentage. i ow comes in
tbe uncle, rich and heirless. Tbe ordinary
novel style, yon see. He discovered the
yonng girl, neatly grown to womanhood.
With him she goes to New Ynik, haa
every advantage of education aud society,
comes back to her fostet mother, on a
visit, finds her poor and resolves to stay
with her. Her ancle dissuaded her. She
persisted. She Rave up her easy borne in
New York uli all the aeeeseoriee of so
ciety, dross and prospect, doffed her silks
and put on humbler but quite as becoming
Snnts, obtained employment in the Bank
fote Printing Company's office, and is
there still, living; with her old foster moth
er, to all appearances aa happy as when in
New York, where she was a budding belle
and s probable heiress. Who after this
true recital, shall aay that there are no
romances now a-days!
COME TO THE
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W will give you a good picture or not let
you take it away ; for we don't intend that
any had work shall go from this rdaee to in
jure us aud the business. Call and try.
Up Stairs between Parkers and Miss Mc
Murrap's. Call and examine say stock of WaH Paper,
Window Shade. Writing paper, Inks dec.
Mind I don't intend to he under sold.
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According to ex -President Fillmore, the
last words spoken to him by Daniel Web
ster, wss a profound regret that be had
ever voted for a soldier President. The
rrea statesman said:
u There ts no use In saying my friends
i advised me to do it ; I did not believe in
it, and therefore there is nothing I can say
in tlutl direction to apologise for it. He
referred to Gen. Tavlor.
If he had lived to see our dsy, his re-
I fret would bavre been intensified
How TO Get Along - Don't
tell stories in business hoars.
If yoa have a place of business, be there
No man can get rich by sitting around
the stores and saloons.
"Never fool ia business matters."
Have order,' system, regularity, and
Do not meddle with business yoa koow
not lung nf.
Be sure to pay as yoa go.
A mau of honor respect hi word as he
docs bis bond. .
Learn to say No. No necessity for
snapping it out dog-fashion, but say it
mail to about tlnrty-nvs) thousand post
offices io tbe United States, and orders
are received daily for about 13,000,000
stamps. A Government agent gives his
receipt for tbe stamps, sad obtaias corres
ponding receipts from those to whom they
are distributed. They are manufactured
by the Continental Bank not Company
and during the month ef July the aoas
pany had a stock on hand of 175,000,000
stamp, valued st $2 308,000. Of these
54.770,300 were three sent stamps, 11,
167,500 one cent, and 5,651,700 twootrnt
A Chiyksk C la i m ask. " History tells
us," ssy s the Pall Mall Gasette," that one
day daring tbe reign of the ChiBsee ;Eav
peror VYoo a gentlemanly young nan,
dressed ia Imperial yellow and seated Is
a sedan chair covered with tbe same ma
le ri al . presented himself at the gate of tbe
capital, and, in reply to the questions
lite officers on guard, announced
to be tbe eldeat son of tbe lata K
whose death had been publicly proclaimed
and bewailed some years before. Tbeneara
of tbe illustrious stranger spread like wild
fire through the city, and the mandarine
hastened to seek an audience that sVrw
might offer their allegiance to their right
ful sovereign. One ef their number, bow
ever, more astute than the rest, look wish
him a pair of handcuffs and a detachment
of police, and on entering the pseud-Imperial
presence walked straight np to the
gentlemanly young man, and instead of
. aa aA i t
joining general kotow, laateaed the
acles on his wrists and handed hi
his followers. His next proceeding
introduce him to the torture chamber is
his Yam on, and there, we are told), tbe
sight of tbe various instruments hanging
from the wall produced a visible effect on
the claimant, who after some slight hesi
tation acknowledged that, far from having
any right to the imperial yellow, hs was
the son of poor parents, and that be had
been induced to personate tbe beir-a
-nt by reason of the strong liken
be bore to him. This confession wo du
ly reported to tbe Emperor Woo, who, af
ter careful consideration, ordered the ad
venturous young man to be cat into tarn
The Mark Lane Express concedes that
England must import 96. 000, 000 bushels
of wheat to make np tor the deficiency of
went into the milk from tbe fatty tissues I this year's crop. Other authorises have
of the cow. It is a roundabout way and I placed the deficiency a good deal higher
not always very cleanly -to obtain bat- Itian this; but taking the latest estimate, it
ter Nnw th new nroccss of making I is large enough to absorb all the surulus
butter ia to go to the original source of tbe that is likely to be obtained from tbe wheat-1 ' uy "d respectfully
growing countries wnicn export to oreat
Britain. More especially ia this the ease
wheu it ia estimated that France will need
48, 000, 000 bushels from abroad this year,
and that Russia and Germany will have
less to spare than usual. Tbe total ex-
cloths and the nil nressed out. laree iron I portt of wheat and flour from the United
r . a nn . . I.
presses being need for the purpose. This I states to n.nrnpe mr tne year enniogj nne is,QII, KrpuWiean haa an account of a roost
oil ia then cooled down to about 60 de- ibe 30,1872, amounted to 24,000,000 terrible affair which rx.k place near Kiugs-
greaa,aa ordinary churn, adding tbe same I bushels. So far the receipts of wheat In I bury, M issoari, some days ago. It ap
auantitv of water or milk tboue-h I be- I Chicago for Eastern shipment exceed bni I pears that a young girl, whose name ia
a W -nr v . , . . a mm . I "
heve they now oa sour milk in preference slightly those of isst year, aud it ia qatte not gi
aud a little ana to, a vegetable prepare- Pn q,wtwn betnr we can spare
tion used to color cheese, when tbe chum- orer 30.000,000 bushels of wheat for ex
r I . t .1... - . - .- ... ,1. .
lug commences, in lour minutes the P"" l,uut rwF l" J""-
operat ion cease, and a splendid article
of butter is turned oat. The water or
milk is then ''worked oat," as the ordi-
oil, namely, to the fatty tissues of the
animal. Tbia fat taken from any beef
creature when killed cow, steer, etc is
taken aud ground into a fine palp. It is
then warmed np to about 118 degrees
Fahrenheit' when it is enveloped in Tinea
Use your biams rather than those of
Learn to think and act for yearself.
Young men! cut this nut, and if there
be any folly in the argument, let as koow.
Snocxivr. CRiMiXALiTy. The 8t.
An Indians journal describes a
ble aerolite which fell in La Fayette
ty in that Bute. Moat aerolitis art solid
metalic substances; this one is quite diBat
cat. A box of tbe fragments have bass
aent to the Smithsonian Instant for as
aminatoin, classification and ex
the museum: Tbe mass seems to
been hurled in liquid slat throngh tbe
air. The fiagmenu are . enrienalya joey-
comed. loe oatside presents tbe appear
nee ot a soft body that baa struck! Bps
solid partie.es, as tbe indentation of graa
blade, straws sod slicks are plainly dis
cernible. One of the fragment had fallen
on a large stick of wood, snd conforms to
it exactly, l he very tan tore of tbe wood
can be aeen. Little balls of the earns ma
terial, perfect spheres, were found lying
a .a a S mW m-m
near where tne main body fell.
iven. living near the town named.
was discovered by ber parents to be
enciente. A few days after the discovery
they took their daughter to a cornfield
nary butter milk, and an ounce of salt to that, as a law of Nature, every spotted
the pound added. The company are now dog has the end off bis tail white, and every
m - . a - i ft .iii t a
truniny out about a thousand nounds oer spoueu cat tne enu oi me tail Olx.c. XI
- - sr sr
day, and it is estimated that wheu the ad
near tbe house, and forced fmm her a
A QcxF.R Tale. A correspondent of I living child. They then threw tbe babe
the Countru Gentleman haa diacovered I into a shallow hole in the ground and
dit tonal machinery is introduced, they Will
turn out ten thousand pounds daily. All
they can make now is taken by a few
leading hotels and restaur tut s.
says he has examined many dog aud cats
in Fence, England, and America, and al
ways no ti iced tbe same result. Oar for
mer minister to Japan, Mr. Harris fir-;
mentioned the fact concerning tbe dog iu
a letter published some year since. H
mmntninnt sr I baa looked al many painting of dogs in
r "w i - . tv i ,
deliberately stamped it to death, so fright
fully mangling it that when they com
pleted their hellish work, it waa difficult to
distinguih tbe flesh and blood from the
mud and clay .The prreute were arrested.
nnfin Jnrdr and
rn PTntl at Fort Klamnth nn 1 ffalleries of Pail and elsewhere in
tbe 30th inst. 7 10 od even there the
I dogs spotted always in order, proving to
IDS WnOfce numDer Ot mngeg in tbe I him that the artist bad inrariable copied I that hs will aeeep the apiKiDtment. It will
United States i 662. I after Nature, be sMaRy announced at aa early day
Chict-Jcsticb or the Uxrrro Statxs
StrrkkBk Court The Washington eor
respondeat of the New York 5a says; I am
able to state positively that pveaideot Graat
ha Wnaiad to appoint the H n. Beanaa
Cookliog Bsbe Chief-Justice, and that a has
received from Mr. Loukling tbe aosoraoea
AtOTHBB MlRACI.B DBCLAkKD.i The
Paris Uni per s aaya the extxaordioary
favor accorded to a yonng girl at Blast,
who was a deaf mole from her birth, bnt
waa made whole at Loardea, baa been tbe
ubjeet of aa episcopal inquiry. A ess
mission was appointed to investigate the
miracle on tbe following beads : Th past
sod present state of the child, and tbe
coarse of cure , whether means or
stances purely natural might have
about tbe resell ; the condition
to mike lbs care a miracle: whether,
the pr sent case, tbe renal t shown should
be considered aa a miracle pesfssr, or
a one nf those surprising favor
which tbe ebarch is not accustomed Is
regard aa miracle, and which it range
among the extraordinary blessings of hea
ven. AfS. long and minute investi
gation on oath the commission ban gists
io its opinion that the cur w really a
sJb. Tea ibop, considering
ha declared that it
ieriag all uftmm