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' h aaali-wW frovidv.H.e has placed m
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SeSYBPTOMSof Liver Comid dnt area Litter
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JtSm -'ten mistaken for Rhe.miatum;
Loss of Appellee; Bowels alter-
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" a painful sensation of having failed to
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OS LlVBB, the largest organ in he
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Cortlsndt St., New. 4w.
A Busted Breeches-Maker,
A ndy Johnson s Lroose Cooked.
"Vengeance is mine saith the Lord.'
Dirinr the great popular freny of
1865, in the North, when tbe super-loyal
pa i lor-castied : warriors of PuritAnia a
shallow and lying Chriatian civ ilia at ion,
panted tor a gory victim on their shrine
of hate, a falsely condemned woman lay
in the Washington felons' dungeon. Her
grief and ahame-etricken danghter fought
her way through lines of glistening bayo
nets, cold hearts, and insulting lackeys,
to the gates of the ruler of the people.
On her knees, she implored admittance
to htm who held in the hollow of bis band
a life dearer to her than all the world
beside tbe life of her mother, if per
chance her streaming-tears her aucon
trollable and hnconcealable sorrow and
wretchedness her agony-bowed soot and
humble prayers might touch the heart
of tbe monster' who occupied the Execu
tive Mansion drunken, beastly Andrew
Johnson. Her snpphca lions fell npon
brazen ears. '1 he heartless minions had
ordered to deny her admittance. She
could not give tip the hope ; she struggled
for the privilege of fulling at the P'csi
dent's feet. Ala ! poor stricken maid ;
she was ruthlessly kicked out from the
kingly portals j driven off by wild beasts
in human form. - The ear tbe low bread
ear of tbe elevated ex breeches-maker
now turned ghoul, was deaf. It was
barricaded against the piteous fries of
the poor girl, and she was driven out
from the accursed precincts of the White
Mansion unhealed !
The humble tragedy was enacted,
which will forever link the name of An
drew Johnson .with the heaven cursed
and damned of earth. The body of mur
dered Mrs. Stirratt was thrown as an
appeasing morsel to the blood-lappiug
populace. f '
Years have passed away, but the damn
ed pot on the escutcheon of Andrew
Johnson won't out. The very fates have
conspired to overreach tlia chief actor in
this horrible deed. They have brought
his tottering form t the grave's hank, and
in. -is us it to protoug ins misery ana
tantalize hi. ifwaiuing davs, turned htm
lo :- to hobble bacic to tbe haunts of men
A d now comi'S the news th.it. bv the !
- 6 . .
failure pf the First National Bank of
Washington City, w hich occurred on the
23d ult., he loses, at oue fell swoop, $60,
l!00 his last nickel and Ii ft a miserable,
pauper; a candidate for some friendly
lunatic asylum, poor pest or charnel house.
Thus ends the lordly rule of one-who. in
his evil day of prosperity, was feared,
pited and execrated by millons of his
countrymen. The rise and tall of this
man is a narrative of misdirected steps
from the tailor's bench op the totterriug
heights of tam, and down again to-ruin,
pauperism and the grave. Yesterday,
roaling in eae, hi bank account flush
plenty all about him. To-day, an
aged bankrupt and a pauper; his only bope
the cttaracly of a world, which the lesson
of his example has helped to harried
against both charity and himself. Ven
geance is mine, saith the Lord.
As Andy Johnson tossed upon his now
far more than uneasy pillow, praying for
oblivion, he has but to wait fr the second
whipering of the angel ; 'Fool, this day
thy soul shall be required of thee ?' and
then all will fbe over. Down devils -down
with htm ! Down with all the
monsters who have revealed in a nation's
woes ! A J., a long farewell to all thy
This will do as a piece of mad, re
vengful raving, but nothing more. John
son is not rained by his loss nor damned
by such writers.
we are satisfied, however, that our peo
ple will not generally adopt so suicidal a
policy. But if our lands are retained,
what nust be done with them t To rent
them oat to "croppers" seldom pays for
they are imperfectly cultivated, either
from laziness to let them lie idle wbilat
enormous taxes have to be paid on them
is ruinous to run them extensively in
cotton, as many have done, has proved
worse still. What then f For one we say
sow them down in snia'l grain, clover,
grass, &c; the cost will be small, the pro
fits, we think, will be huge.
Ou every side we hear tbe cry of sear
city of labor, how shall we manage it 1
The answer is ready nse hat you have
on that which pays well, and only on that.
It is folly to cultivate poor land - no pro
fit in it .the labor consumes all. It is
decidedly cheaper to enrich land than to
spend year after year, very expensive
labor on it. Make one aero yieidVes much
as two has heretofore don, and vou will
need little more than half the labor bith
erto employed. Instead of averaged yield
of coi ton bring one bale o three acses, let
it be a bale to every acre. It can be doue,
it is being done by farmers here and there
all over the South. Why not all do it !
Increase Of the National Debt.
t.lr.r.rl v .nil aaLnlt... . f lA f
ution which he and his tribe both i.iauir-
urated ana Kept alive Bisnop aimpooii,
like hie new made peer, Bishop Haven,
highest earthly hope, according to his
thrice-avowal. is that a nigger wench may j
yet be President of the white-born, bin
black -bedeviled republic of An erica, and
a white man her huabaad.
What a precious pair, these tw. f un
healed, morally accursed wretches are!
No wonder the infidel world ridicules the
blessed, religion of the Rcdremer, when
such fellows are chosen its chief custodians
and exemplars. Caucasion.
NO. 5. WHOLE NO. 8ftJ
From the Southern Cultivator. 1
Our Old Farms What Shall we
do with Them P
Tbe restoration of our old farms to their
Some weeks ago we stated that the Na
tioual debt was steadily increasing. In
this assertion we are sustained by the
chairman of the recent New York Demo
cratic State Convention. We make the
following extract from his remaiks.
It is a fact that the increase ot govern
ment expenses tor the present year over
last is 818,000,000. It is a fact that tbe
expense ot the general government for
the present year is estim ited by the Sec
retary of the Treasury at, and will exceed,
J-JDSj UUtJ.UUU. 11 IS a Met III it tuts is
two and oue fifth per cent, of the asaecsed
value, real and personal, of the united
States. It is a fact that the assessed
value of the State of New York is 81,
907,001,185 (Ills a fact that the share
of this .State of the cost for this year ot i in
Federal Government will be $45,274,-
020,07. Il is a fact that the cost of tin
r edeial urovernmeul tor the current year
to each tax-payc r averages just two and
oue-tiilh prr ceiU. ot his assessed valua
tiou ; or, $2 20 ou each $100 of such as
sessiuent. I; is a fact that in 1860 the
expense of the Federal Government was
only about ouefifili ot what it is oow.
It is a fact that the cost ot the Executive
Department ot tin- government in 18G0
was only $1,829,804. Il is a fact that
this year it is $17,000,000. It is a faci
that the cost of this department under
Lincoln iti 1804, when tbe war was raging,
and when lor Secret service and other ex
traordinary purposes incident -npon the
war unusual expenditures were necessary,
was only $4,433,041. in currency when
gold ranged as high as 2S5anc greenbacks
were worth as low as only 39 cents ou the
dollar. It is a fact, therefore, that under
Grant, in 1873, during peuce, the expenses
ot tbe President's own department are over
ten times, allowing for the depreciation of
greenbacks, what they were under Lincoln
in 1861, while tbe rebellion was1 raging
It is a fact that the expense of the. War
Department in 1860 was only $16,472,
202 It is a tact that ibis year it is $32,
895,00011 or twice as much as in 1860
It is a fact that the expense, of the Navy
Department for I860, when we had a com
merce to protect, was only $11,514,640;
and it is a tact llrat its expenses this year
44 where is our commerce?" is over
$20,000,000, or double what it was in
1860; aud the same ratio of enormous in
crease in the cost of administering the de
partments above enumerated applies to
tbe other departments of the government.
It is a fact that under the present Credit
Mobilier saUry-grab Congress the con
gressional expenses are several times
greater than lormerly. In 1864, when
greenbacks were depreciated to less than
40 cents 'on the dollar, Congress
cot only $2 957,192. For the current
The Boaver fUtahl Enter wimm k.. A.
following rrspsswiog tWi tBb
"The Vaey of Death a spot almost as
terrible as ibe prophet's Vaiv of Dry
Boort lie joM north of the -old Morax
iroad to California, a region thirtv mit-s
long by thirty broad, sad surround d. ex
cept at two point, by inaccessible monn
tafns. It la totally devoid of water and vw
nation, end the shadow of a bird or wild
b-ast never darkens its white glaring sands.
Th Kansas pacific Bail ua4 engineer dis
covered it. and also some oa.r. -Wh
Msrrrsro of the Peeks Associatiox
Report orttoirMrrr Ess-A 1'lemt
Gathering, &-. It was understood by
the Presa of the Slate that a special meet
ing of the- iakslingees of North Carolina
would Le held in Ealeigh during the Fait
week. it f
Accordingly on yesterday afternoon an
imprompin meeting was held at the .Se
cretary's office and adjourned t meet in
tin- parlors of Jordan Stone, Esq , at 7.
The meeting waS duly called lo order
at the above time by th President. M -j.
J. A. Engelhard, of l he Wilmington Jour
nal, (.'apt. Win. Biggs, of ibe Tarboro
Southerner, was. appointed Secretary.
Being an informal meeting of the Associa
tion to hear reports of Committees on spe
cial business, Col. Cameron, of the 11 dis
horn Recorder, Chairman of the Committee
on Legal Advertisements, made a verbal
The Chairman read on this subject a
semi-oracial statement from M ij. Mann,
ot the Wilmington Post, which was lolly
discussed by members present, -including
Messrs. Argo, of the Mechartc s Journal,
My rover, ol the FayeUville Gazette, Rob-,
ioson, of the Fayetteville Statesman, Wil
son, of the Kiuston Gazette. Harris of the
Concord Sun ; Manning of the Roanoak
Xeics, a I'd. ol her.
After a full and free discussion of all
matters pertaining to the duties ol the
es pec lives Committees the following
resolutions were introduced by Mr. ltob-
iison. of the F-yciieville Statesmen :
Resolved, That, having full confidence
the direction of the Committee, which
iave invited our expression of views, we
wi I hi k e no explicit recommendation,
but remit I ho drafting ot the bill in regard
to L-iral Advertisements, Agricultural In
it.rfsls aud Immigration, to tbe gentlemen
appointed at the State Conveuliou of ihe
I be following representatives of the
Press were present a large number in the
ciiv beine absent attending on "lorras
divine :" Biker, of Louisburg Courier,
Myrover, of Fayetteville Gazet'e, Argo, of
the Mechanics' andWorkingmen's Jourr
nal, Williams & Stone, Daiy News, Har
ris, Concord S tn, Wilson Kiuston. Gazette,
Lee. Clinton Reporter, Cameron, Hilisboro'
Recorder, Manning, Roanoke News. Engel
hard, Wilmington Journal, Woodward,
New York South, Robinson, Fayetteville
Statesman, Weston, New York Sun, Ilus
sey, Piedmont Press, and Bigg, Tarboro
So ullxerncr . News .
dw the ftitec the lust Montgmaery train
which ruie sooth frvw Suit Lake in 185a
guided by a Monooo. Whe Bear Death -Valley
some earn t eouehitfon that the
Mormon knew nothing about the eountrj.
they apptriutew one of tbeir neiaber a leader,
aad broke off from the party. Tha leader
tamed doe weak so with the people aud
wagons and flocks ha travelled three day,
and then descended in.o the broad valley,
wt.we teaaeberoae mirmre promised water.
They reached the centre, hut only the whites,
and bounded by searehior peaks, met
heir gazf. Around the valle? they wan
dered, and one by one the men died, and the
panting flock- stretched themselves in death
under the hot sun. Then the children, cry
ing for water, died at their mother's breasts,
aud with swollen tongues and $uruingvita!a
the helpless m .-hers f l owed. Wagon after
wagon was abandoned, and strong men tot
tered and died. After a week wandering,
a dozen survivors fonnd some water in the
hollow of a lock in tbe mountain. It lasted
but a short time, when all died hut two, who
efcap-d out of tbe valley and followed tbe
trail of their former eompanicins. Eighty
seven families, with hundreds of animals per
ished here; and uow, after twenty-three year
the wagna tand still complete the iron
work and tire are bright, and the shrivelled
skeletons He tide by side."
Sw York, Oct. 18.-A .peclallle
tU ew York JYaseay the cvntiv-7"
Trsy about the burning of ColujafcuL"
8. L be received a quam fofntal deJ
termination by the Britiah-AjTnerica,
mixed commission. This nnadieu i
sy grew oit of claims for cotton daefc
stroyed in the barn ing of Celumbea,
which claims were bused optar tWd
aasumptiou that the city was burned by
the Federal soldiers acting under tiff
authority of the Federal comraandenC'
The vast amount of testimony taraT
on the subject was before the com mia
sion. AAer giving it careful attention
every one of those claims was disallow
ed. The total amount claimed walw
between six and seven million dnlran."
A semi-official statement of the fin an.
of tbe Govern n lent concludes : w '
is m apprehension that Congress
impose sMstKXkal taxes tp supyh
supposed or actual deficiencies in thja"
receipts, bat rather restrict the appro-,
nriations to the economical limit and
Cubiocs Statistics or Marriage.
To the people of a statistical rather than
a sentimen'al torn, tbe mathematica of
marriage in different countries may prove
. .1 m a t
an attractive memo ol meottation. It is
tound that young men from fifteen lo
twenty years of age marry young women
averaging two or three yean older than
themselves, but if lhey delay marriage
until lhey are twenty to twenty-five years
old their spouses average a year younger
than themselves; and thenceforth this dif
ference su-adily increases, till in extreme
old age on ibe bride-groom's (part is apt
to be enormous. 1 he inclination of octn
genarians to wed misses in their teens is
aa everr-day oecurrance, but It is amusing
to find in the love matches of boys that
' statistics bearoutthe sarin's of I hackeray
and Balzac. Again the husbands of young
women aged twenty and under, avetage
a little shove twenty-five years, and the
inequality of age diminishes iheoeeforward
till for women who have reached thirty
the respective ages are equal ; after thirty
five years, women, like men, marry those
younger than themselves, the dispropor
tion increasiug with sgef till at fifty-fire it
averages nine year.
Tbe greatest n ii tuber of marriages for
men lake place between tbe ages of twenty
and twenty five in England, between twenty-five
and thirty in France, and between
twentyfive and thirty -five is Italy and
Helgium. r :o illy, in Hungary the num
commence no new work that may sot:
he appropriation which Congress wilP
Ih- :iktil to make at the comimr seSI'
bion inc lude thr estimate for Ibe
fial year, and a large deficiency ftw
the present rear. There m LwaS a.
believe that thev will be greatly in
excess of the appropriation for any,
: .l. l' ' f .'s '
yvai oiuer i uc oeg i lining oi xrtiace
Liurio K.t KKMkST How straogssjK
wc overlook tbe value o the Iicnid rxm.
meal of oufaniasls ! A cow, ander SsdK
nary toed ing, furnishes in s year SO 656
pounds of solid excrement and shoal 8, 000
pounds of I q aid. The comparative mon
ey value of the two is but slightly in favor
of the solid. This statement baa heea
verified as truth over and over ajgaia. The
urine of herbivorous animals holds aeawlp
all the secretions of the body ahich SfB
capable of producing the tich nitrogens
compounds so essential as forcing or Jet
forming agents in the growth of plaslaf
I he solid holds the phosphoric aad, the
lime and magnesia, which go to the sSsato
principally ; but the liquid, holding nhreV
gen potash, and sods, is needed In for
meng the stalk and leaves. The two forms'
of plant nutriment should never be sepa
rated or allowed to be wasted by neglect.
Tbe farmer who saves all the mine ef av
animals doubles his mammal reso areas
every year. flood seasoned peat is- at
immense service to farmers, hen need as
au absorbent, and the stalls far animals
should he so constructed as to admit ef a
wioe paaaage m lue rear muu generous
passsge room for peat, to be used daily
wiia tbe eicrcmenL Host n Journal
ancient fertility and thea advancing them
to a still higher degree of productiveness j year the expanses of our salary-grabbing
must every be the leading problem for . statesmen will be seven or eight limes
solution with us. "Excelsior" is the j tbat amount, even if at tbeir next session
Southern Farmers' motto, aud not with- ! they do not grab any more salary or back
Charlotte Observer on the Gov
ernor's Fair Speech.
The remarkable part of bis speedi wss her of individuals who marry is 72 ia a
is a i
I,; . thousand each year ; in bSgland, it is
"He would say to his Republican friends 64 ; in Denmark, 50 ; in France, 67, the
and beitig a member ot that party he bad city nf Psris showing 53 ; in Norway 35.
a riffht to sav it. lake uoon yourselves no Widowers indulge in secortd mariiages
fantastic airs in coming in beie because tbree or four times as often as widows.
you arc a Republican. Y-u are no better tor example, in hnglaud (land of Mrs.
than anybody else ! To bis Democratic Bardell) there are 60 marriages of widow
friend he would say ; Be not ashamed ; ers against 21 of widows ; in Belgium
you are in good company." there are 4S to 16 ; in FranSe, 40 lo 13.
We never knew betore ihat Republicans Old Mr- Welk-r's paternal advice, Ui
boasted of their social worth and e-ere "bewate ot tbe widows," ought surely to
disposed to put ou "fantastic airs" in a be supplement by a maxim to beware
f . . m
dre Domas "
But ba Excellency's keen vision,
of widowers. LippincoWs Magazine.
"Double" axo (t it. .Akxai
Domas used lo tell the following m
dote ? Being oue evecinr at tbe
Crlo, Naples, lie entered into- enuVev
aalion with a stranger rittiag in rW
stall next to him. "1 fopo." mii hst
I 1 t S.S a
latter at me eioee oi t tie perti
"ibat we may uae the
meeting again, I am Alex an
"Oh ! indeed ! " replied the
novelist, with his gay lanrb : MaS aaslP
Tbe stranger Mcoliapscd."
A nun whose morning dram had hssst
ton much for Itim, hi saddling his haras
got the wrong and foremost. Just as Hi
was about to mount, a neighbor came sfi
and called bis attention lo the mistake. -Tbe
horse man gamed for a moment at lbs
intruder, as if in deep though and theaj
said : "Yon let that saddle alone, flow
do you know which way I osa goio 1 aVag
be looked daggers at tbe omctous Bf
standing all (lie croakiugs we hear aud
the supposed ignorance and lack of enter
prise and energy which our "bretbreu"
and foreigners attribute to us, we utibesita,
tiugiy assert that the agricultural interest o
tbe South basadvauced and is advaucingf
just as rapidly as her means and surround
ings will justify. Nowhere, if Germany
More Funaiicism from Bisltop Simpson.
One of the conferences of the Northern
Methodist church was held at South Bend,
the fair fields of my client with impss
and without pokes then yea, ibea
deed, have our forefartheia fon;ht and
aud died in vain !"
W will ive vou a irood nietute or .not let
yu take it away ; for we don't .intend .that
any bad work shall go from this etoiin
jure as and the business. Call aud try.
Up Stairs between Petfw 44 Hiss Mc
Call and eaav.y stock ot wH irapor,
Window Shades. Writing-paper. Inks &c.
M'md I dou't iuUjiid to ibe under Sold.
Feb. 87. tf.
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be excepted, are theapplicationsof Science : Indiana the home of Sixteen Reasoned
lo agriculture, more diligently studied and ! Schuyler Colfax, ex-Nice (oriee) Presi
practiced than at the South. We venture dent of the Ureuit Mob o -liars Ornate ot
the assertion, that the writings of Vile Ameriea on the 12ih inst. The "veuera
are more reaq 4u (leoigia to day than in hie" (as he is dubbed) Btsbop Simpson
his own country France. Bat to return, j presided. WImmi th subject of schools
The leading ideas presented have been, ! was under discussion, the reverend musk
tbe reduction of hoed crops to a minimum j et-backccl invader of peaceful churches in
area, rendered very productive the ulil- ! the South said : "l'urdon the digression
i . i . i
i want tbe tune to come wiien waueii will
vote. It is my opinion thai we cannot
get along without women voting. It is
not good for man to be alone."
In the notorious prostitutes' and gam
zation of surplus land by a great exten
sion of clover, grass, pea and small crops
and lastly the preservation cf existing
forests and the cultivation of valuable lim
In the.older cultivated portions ot the biers? hell of Harry Hdl in New York City, toto pra.r
South, everyfacre of exiting fonsts hould i tuay beread in glaring letters on t'ie J" "v
see ins. has discovert d a hujre bump of
self-conceit and vanity ud.-rmng the Kadl- j .N n w iTHst Axthxc; the falsehoods of young backwoods lawyer latrly
cal noddle, um nuc ci hi tue puucu up certain persons in tne swrrwiiaing vina- his arruments in the case of
bearing of some of his brethren, ue aemo- ges, propagated for selDsti purposes or from ceB for ijury done by the defi
irhes their preteneiors by tins sockdo- malice, the banks tn this city are ready to . wine, with the fi.llowins' snblisaa
oger : "You are no bi tter than anybody pay tc-day every dollar of their indebted- j if g, n'.lemen of thr jury, the defen
else 1" "And, he might have added after nest. We never borrowed a dollar from dotr- art; permittd lo roam at laree
thr m inner Ct IMS Illustrious preucxessur, any vans in Wiianoue.or iioriu Carolina,
before he joined tbe church, "and a d-d and are under no obligations to tbem in
eight worse I" But bis excellency did not any way for favors of any sort, bnt we
say ibia. It would not have been pro declare that wc believe them to be as good
dent for him lo have done so in ibe and solvent as it is possible for a mouted
presence of hi in who said, "Nichols and institution to be, and keep our money on
Gorman are with us, and of the bald deposit with them without any written
headed Irishman, " who discovered obligation. CtarZofe Democrat.
Kaleigh, and of that greasy portion of the We have not heard that any person, in
Mate Judiciarv, which drives a bull an ymanner, had express d a doubt of the
named Josiah " Turner, Jr.," and iu the solvency of the Charlotte banks, and must
august presence of a little army of think that the ''vil'age" of Slateville had
revenue officials, government understrap- no part in propagating the slander referred
pers, and oiber small fry tbat swim in the to by ibe Democrat. Theeudorsaiion of
waters of Republicanism." Observer. j Mr. Yates as to i heir soundness ought to
I le sufficient to satisfy ihe most sceptical.
Turlnn Hunting. Perhae these injurious reporta are circa-
l I L 1. I 1;.
Indian method of hunting the deer U7 P-...n. woo , - to
dopeseem- to a looker-on" not heat borrow and no money to deposit.
sra a 1
remain uncleared. If the timber oji them ; i'1?)'
bw tbo ehase. cruel spot. But fowl is the ,
..bjct of the indian huuter, and he is won-
derfully ucce.-fully in seeurinff 't. N 'twlth-
stau.liug their great speed aud bottom, there
animals seldom escape their pursuers on the
rie. Mouutidon ttiair swiii pome.
i, l.....ni it were a pack of
at ruu ly sight.
is judiciously removed, old and dead tree j not. more
only taken off and eye hail to thinningout
instead of dis criminally cutting) the youn
ger giowlh will soon replace the older and
a perpetual supply of timber be kept up
Iu additioti to this all the steep bill sides,
rocky kn'ihei and other places nnruited to
tbe plough and boe should be allowed to
grew up in limber again or planted in
selected kinds, as chestnut, walnut, cf'c ,
Tbe thankful student of history knows
the great power of the laud owners in a
country. Perhaps in no part of the world
ia the ownership of all the land more es
sential to the continued domipancy of tbe
ruling race, than at the South. Though
less persons, and some pressed for means,
, will sell portions of their land to the blacks;
GrowthofOLivks is the ?octh
In the U. S. Agr. Report f.r 1871. (page
151) Is abatement lhat"Xr. .las. Poslet
of Brsnswick, Glynn Co.i (i-o . hasJ260
olive trees, 30 feel apait, planted in 1625,
In all directions 'all in Lftariiur. and cvn a"- & gallons oil
q iniatuMis from bcripiure j h M-rehiof tbe e,autry with eye j each season, with but a liile cultivation
infamously applied than this tlltt( erythiuif. O discovering doer no amj wilb rode p,, nf manufacture.
Soda Bisciit. One quart of
and one even traspoonful of super
ate of soda ; sift three together, rob
the floor a table-spoonful of butter ;
to taste ; wet the flour with soar
unlit a soft dour. h is formed, make issu
thin biscuits, and bake iu a quick SWfS
work it very little.
A philosophical Kentuckii
but one shirt, aud was lying in bed etWsS
the garment was drying on lb
I., tl.tt wpj .i.mIuI .m mm '
iiii. u nil. jmiB, wo piviuni . mm
clamaiioo from bis wife to the
the calf bad eaten it" "Well," said
K'-n tuck an, wilb a spirit
hypocritical one, iu relation in ihe f I -tt-mntis msdo at eoucealmmt, but. with
L. a . 1 aa rSS S . . a S? J ' -
till nrnrkfr ruli i vnr inn miuI n irliincrv
goodedness of man being alone. ' bridle rein betwiteu their teetn, loauing j? ' j the product might be made of a quality
a little wine for your stomach s sake, . g0n. or -dlastiug their arrow as he, ride. , v U n
repeats Harry Htll after the manner o( the )hunters bears d,,wu on the doomed ao amnnted to 1 ,250 gallons,
Paul o invalided and dyspeptic Timothy, u. ia. Off bouu . the d.er but J fc dollars per gallon. No injuries
-It is naifeood for man i" be alone the , 17 Th. from iniecU or 'disituef reported." Olive
choros in which hoib Simpson eouot Vhiehat rsl wmed open, narrows oil sella for S8 la 10 per gallon.
and vagabond Harry Hill line in the 11 eiwie. The deer double on ihein-
one as a priest of Baal aud pa' rout of
shIv. Heininel iu on every aide, there is I
cause, "them w
worthy ef s
the richer, as
prostitutes, the oiber as a reverend pro-
st i tutor of Scripture. Surely no living
man in America has contributed more to
ward the demoralization of religion,
hence the promotion of social eeil and
shame, than this same sniekeriug, white
cbokered pbarisee-Bishop Simpson in
hia ruthless dealings who me deteneetesi
l'rofauity never did
least cood. So man is
haonier. or wiser fcr it. It
no one to any society. It pi diagoataW
to the refined ; abominable to the fSj0i ;
insulting to tluee with whous ssaja-
sociate; dejrradinir to the mind; Ws
profitable and injurious te socaety. t
Sentence of death wan aaeaed aft Has
- . m - .1 i
... i . l .... . .... i m i mm m r.an jiiii ii Vi.iiiiv .1 v
im uuxno th-. mi el and inearrnw .i. m . ----m, j ,
work. All their bootiag. whether man or f ora hoarding ec'i 1, came to her honest
hrmt. inrolwe a seateea of surroun ling. It old father's breakfast table, instead of
is ibis method, thoroughly underti.Hl. and apravta. English, and sayioe, "Good
invariablly practiced where numbers will at- .no,," a. ,poke Frebeh. and said, 1
low. tht renders the Indian S lonnniame .n
the prairie. Althcngh nuinbera are ia at the
heath, there is ao depute aa t. the diatribu
SioBB of the e eeaeara. Hum. with the Xan ' -
congregations of Uie Souib, dunug those Jon. Bern in the October Galaxy
four." Of course the bone ?
if you say so, " respond d the
practical old ceutlrman, as he handed
bar the ossified portion of a beefsteak.
fall term of the Superior Court
county, for David Collins. wkit,auek
ander Bray lex k colored who were i
lo be hanged -Friday, Nnrees bar 7 th, be
tween thehonrs of 10 and II o'clock, ftsrlss
murder of Allen Jones, caddies.
Wall tnt b c.uite. The
outlook in commercial circles is eJftart
ng. The outlook for the
fi ; -'k. I! .-'.. b ,-tnr. -S ' ..'I ''
ut1 t- i'livf b' ui! h-?..v-'V b" ,