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VOL. V. THIRD SERIES.
1M itUSlIKO WEEKLY J
J. J. BRUNER,
Proprietor and Editor.
J. J. STEWART,
RATES OF SCB BIPTION
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j Copies to one address,
This unrivalled Southern Remedy i warrant
ed not to contain a single particle of Mkkclky,
or any injuriouH njineral mibstance, but is
,ntaininff those Southern Roots and Herbs,
-t.irli an all-wise Providence has placed in
untries where Liver Diseases most prevail.
WJ Cute all Diseases caused by Derangement of the
TheSvMrroMB of Liver Complaint are a bitter
r Joint, often mistaken for Rheumatism ;
Stomtck; Loss of Appetice ; Bowels alter
nately costiVe and lax ; tleadacne; Lioss oi mem
try, with a painful sensation of having failed to
something which ought to have been done :
liability, Low BpiritB, a lucic yellow appearance
-f tl.a Skin and Eves, a dry Cough often mis
taken for Consumption. Sometimes many of
thee symptom attend the disease, ai oiners, very
f. but the L i v kb, the largest organ in the
body, is generally tne seat oi ine uisease, anu n
not lU'S'lUuetl in lime, greaisuuermg, wreiciieu-
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MP anu iKAtii win ciimiv..
TkitOi eat Unfailing SPECIFIC will not be found
the Least Unpleasant.
Par DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jannr
died, Itilliima attack, it.:a. hkadauub,
Colic, Depression ill Spirits.SOUR STOMACH,
Heart Hum, c, KC. . y
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Price, $1.00. Sold by all Druggixt.
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- l,li',l,l,1"MieeM'lIM mmkwmimaimmmm
ONLY A LOVE tTORY.
had forgotten that he was bail so nice.
don t see bow he ever took a fancv
NO. 9. WHOLE NO. 100
Livery, Sale anil Feed Stable,
SALISBURY, N. C.
m ., . .1.
wi j meDt whL uc I WM MOUKT Sikai. A remarkably inter-
We -at .lro,V,ll, .nil I.- v-r r ..i. k ZxZ' JT I . upert w9 true Kupert loved eating article is ene we find in tbe New.
book on tnyi. look a-dbcona. Sdi bioT," sa 'Zr i 1 "V" LM If. ".- J-X"W Mal
iv .1 .. i .t i - -wh wr i wm mirnw o mm.
ui lue eartli ui-iuui, wireaainjr one ot lier line cur s i..
. i ii . 1 1 . w ? - ' wis w mki wc iciurnm eh r w
any two people ou the face
Mnlri Mb I . f I. I t si
kwuiu iuR. i uui iniuuEii uur miners, wnrro r h anr
"It's no use driving longer." mv moth- light fell upon it, and made it look lik
er had said. "The end mast eerae eooner molten gold.
or later, and as well now at any time. I A pang shot through my heart.
kn whan v.mi fotlmr inmmiin..J "Yoi " T a-Sjl I. ..If ... I ....
We have thcronirhlr rnnnirAil anrl rnnnrnfed 1 I .1 . , I .m . A .
the well known and ronuTar Makmo. Houm "" B.T?su,.aM?r' w?f" WOB,a OUMt " n8c .inat uPert ioTe '
Ami set Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymn
Bowks of any kind you want; Histories,
Itiugraphit'S, Music Books, Music, Novels of
the bi'st authors ; Blank Books, Albums of
the must stylish kind; Stereoscopes and
V'wwt ; School Books, all kinds in general
uw. Slates, Iuks, Writing Paper of the best
.nslity; VVnll Paper and Window Shades
m great variety, Music leacners tor vocal,
nanos, Banjo, vtolmsocc.
A WORD TO FARMERS
llav a few dollars worth of books every
year for your sous and hands aud take a good !
newspaper, they will work better aud be rnoreJ
rWrful. Try it.
A WORD TO FARMERS SONS.
You have something to be proud and to
boast of. The farm is the keystoue to every :
industrial pursuit. When it succeeds all
prosper; when it fails, all flair, Dou't think !
yv can't he a grt man because you are
th ion of a fanner. Washington, Webster I
and Clay were farmer's sons, but while they
toiled they studied. So do ye. Buy a pood
book, one at a tune, read and digest it, aud
tli -ii auot her.
Cull and see me and look over books.
E TO THE
And Get a Good Picture.
W will give you a good picture or not let
Jmi take it away ; for we don't intend that
y bad work shall g- from this ofiicu to in
W "f nml the business. Call and try.
tip Stairs between Parker and Miss Mc
nrrhi('ti. .C"1 exai'iine my stmtk of Wall Paper,
WimUw Shades. Writing paper, Inks &c
Miad ( don't intend to be under Sold.
Feb. 27, tf.
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r. h. Mcdonald is co.,
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and cor. of Washington add Chariton Sts., N. Y.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
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gold by uU Druggists and Dealers.
Stable, and are prepared to accommodate all
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gMd safe Horses and Buggies, and Saddle Hor
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excursion parties, dxs. Will board Horses by
the single feed, day, or month, on snceial con
tract. We have a large and Commodious lot
for the accommodation of country people, and
TO STOCK FARMERS :
to, even if he bad lived! You can marry
Rupert Chichester, Nellie can go to Mrs.
Ingelow, mod as for me, the poor bouse U
"Not so bad as that mother." I said :
for her words amote me tthe very heart.
1 hated to bear her speak ao of mv
father my dear, kind, patient father, observed, at last.
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wuudc uwur was ecaicuiy com in me aua"-
grave ! He had been a wealthy merchant 1 I turned my face away
I went down stairs aeain and presided
at the table.
It was fully nine o'clock before I got to
aee Rupert alone. I commenced by say
ing that I must give him up.
He was silent for a short time.
"Do as you think best, Virginia," he
i e went on no bridal tour, bat
spent our honeymoon oa the farm.
Mother lives with me, now. Nell is
I am happy, for Rupert is mine, and
ro i ue till death , but I have never regrets
iuu my experience in the West.
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We also announce to tbe Farmers of Rowan I New York (where I was brought np) I this man, God only knows hw well, and
"T" """""smiuuvim, wim we nave purcnaseu i diu tiaa laiiea. rv tin the wreck of bis
YOTTNCt RET FT, fortune, we moved to Texas. The city
a fine young Stallion, 5 years old next June. of 0 waa WnS bni,t and land wa8
Rebel is a beautiful mahogany bay, and oerfect- K0,ng a VT high rate. My father in-
ii.uu.,u. eas. was sireu by Kebel Devil vestea his all in land, aud built a small
1 "I11?: l?:61 WIo; he hl Zin house. It was the old storv. Land went
rucZl she bVwaterloo3:' she byStludarS dowu everything failed him and, just be- moked as though every fibre in my heart
sne uy Monsieur Touson. Young Reliel is a I ,ore a mortgage was to be foreclosed, which was aooui oeing torn apart.
it hurft me that ho was so cold about his
"1 must have a cigar," lie said, in a
few moments. "Do you object to my
smoking here t"
"I answered that I did not : and he
thoroughbred by bis sire and from a fine dam should turn us all out beggars, he died. rhe next day I was wretchedly con-
is sufficient adveitisemeut. y' nen 8eea' our going West, I had been keeping com farm-work if I wished to accomplish auy
taTYounz Rebel took the fimt nmmfaim Pany with Rupert Chichester. He wished thing, and it was horrible for me to sto
JJiOV. 1st, f 10. For Insurance, $15 money due
at the end of the Season, and as soon as the
mare proves to be in foal. The eh an go of pro
perty, in either intance, will forfeit the Insn
ranee. The mare and toal will be held rcspon-
oioie lor tue insurance, win use every pre
caution to prevent accidents, but will not be
responsible for any that mav occur. Will be
thankful for a share of public patronage and
win cuucuvur to give sausiacuon.
Nov. 1.J873 3m) T. t J.
V f C. 4 Hl! VIT - .im . . . I ST . .. I i i .
v. aww! ran. i c oner ms service ni. our i to marrv me ntrore we went hut mv i. uui uriore nun no won vm a wnvs an
Stable thi Fall I Season on the following terms. Cr objected. lastidioua But I went. Days passed.
Single service, 5. for Season of 3 months from uv;.:..:. : .nil I, i "'ah
ueiuw TvuuE. ue bsiu. anu you i J vi iiuub, aii
are not very old. You both can afford to ll,e lime be was with Nellie, who plaved
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wait awhile. Let two years pass ; if then W1" him as it she was a child, and never.
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you love each ether as you do now, you I 7 wora or aeea alluding to the engage-
are welcome to her mv bov." ment mat bad been between us.
Rupert had to consent to the arrange-1 Six weeks went by, and still he was
- . ni i av i . .-, i, r i . w i
ment. l wo years had passed, almost, "ere. ery nigni l cnea .regularly a
1W . T W m m I L.i 1 1 1 k
ana uupert had written to me that he waa y ioom moiisn anae weak, you
coming. 1 win say, but i could not help iL I had
"What else can we dot" my mother brought up a lady, and my bard
asked, petulantly. work, my freckled and sunnlurned face.
1 II tfi COn per day. Aeents wantedeverv- "I wiU give Itunert un " I said slowlv. m7 red hands, seemed so baleful, that I
qJlU IU (P6U where Particulars free. A. for it cost me a degnerate effort to make almost hated myself. I knew that it was
KLAIR A: (V) nt Tms f I . . . . l;i. tj , nr..
- j rue RJieiltlfP "anrl jl-iv lin.o In Inks Mm IIIBI WHICH I iU LUmM UUnnrL trom me
" w u a V UVI V IV WfSBBV - I $Vi mmrn-r
of you and Nellie." a"d though I whispered to myself that 1
"You V she sneered. "What can a wa" do"g uiy duty by thus earning bread
girl of nineteen do f You had better take fr 118 a!' and that a man whose love
Rupert, if he will have von I" would go so easy, was better lost than
1 turned awav. Mv mind was made up, reiainea, i sun wept bitterly :over it.
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but 1 cannot say that 1 did not suffer 1 1 r.vcry aay ur. iiaveriiiu came over
All that nieht lone I lav awake, lookine 10 uow I was progressinafi. He no
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Nov. 6 1873-tf,
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the future straight in the face. 1 loved
Unpert, and I would cry until my tears
were exhausted, only to cease, rest, and
The next morning I arose early. I put
on my sun-bonnet (a crowd would have
collected had I attempted to walk down
liroadway with it on.) and started out to
see Dr. Haverhill. . His office was some
two miles away. When I arrived then,
1 found mm alone.
ticed that 1 was growing thinner and sad
"Does your farm prosper as well as yOu
ticipated?" he asked, as 1 leaned on" the
From Il Scran ten (Pa.) Democrat.
A Wife's Strategy.
Uwnd-Squcctmf Lomctly in a Railroad
Sinai a volcano 1"
After premising that to tins day Um lo
cality of the mount from which was de
livered the divine law to man Is still km
doubt, die writer proceeds on the tbeorr
that it was really a volcano, now est
moated far to the eastward, near
great Arabian desert. Dr. Bake, tho
gliab gC4Jtia.kaji i Hikursf Asyhj
I if His
ia, is the father of tMs
correct it mnn have bees ike gulf oi AkssW
which the Israelites classed, aad not tke
gtilf of Sees, wkiek Ins its at ally
supposed to be tke Bed See of tke Dikes.
Dr. Beks locates Mount 8mai ia esse of
tke volcanic wastes of Arabia that have
We have but little slmoathv for .rn.J8 versed by Koropeans, ajkivfe
who will barter ewe affection h f."';" V
sboold feel fur a wife fsw iks fi-kU the P,1Ur fire which raided tke
and favors of other son... .U.. , tdren of lsnel by nieht on ihcir
stamina is not stronir e.ionrh to ksoa ihm ,no?'. Qootauons from Exodus in
aHoat on tbe dark waters of sin.
1 hereforc. we could onlv smile when
we, the other day, learned tbe details of
ike following little episode :
"W. L.,ol this city, Is a young manied
man of more than ordinary attractions,
aad, of course, he knows it. He Is a regu
lar lady killer in his estimation. A few
years ago be won tbe heart and band of
to Mount 8inai, when they lay
before it, bear a rreat similarilv
language used to describe volcano
m later ages. Pindar speaks of M
.T.ma as "oy aay a burning stream
smoke, bnt by night a ruddy,
flame." Pliny the younger, in his
ted account of tbe first eruption of
Vesuvius, bv which hie anal. tKm slUti..
eddyfaf I M
aoiotelligentgirlfromaoeighberiiigloww; mn ftdr,r1' k4Hedf 4e-
out ue cannot resist the fascinations of his Z , . ' vcr inrow" "
old way. among the opposite sex, and he nom by 7 mmcksMU iWaf
never let. an opportuuiiy sI'id of makinr "P"1 ln PPea shape rem.
himself agreeable to tbi. ..H i.ii.a. D.1ID a nd evening "vast
ine himself into their nnfi,W f-r .. thM of f bodies
were oeuciu ruing i rem mount Vesuv
tbe glare and brilliancy of which
seen in bolder relief as night
a space. Many more modern
to the same purpose are quoted bv Dr.
Heke. An African, of tbe Soman eoen
try, who witnessed the first eruption of a
"Lat week his wife was visited by an
acquaintance of her girlhood from tke
country -a smart, fresh-looking damsel,
but not over-scrupulous' about her con
duct rather looje in her ways. sbowinS
poor bringing up. During her visit here,
Mr. L.. his wile, and their rbitnr ink Tolcano on lhe Abyssinian coast, in 1861.
occasion to run up to Nicholson for a day
i t-Z i m tm . -.
us jitueun-, wuica passed on to tne ap
"What is the matter, Miss Virginia t"
he asked. "Have vou come to be urescri-
v. rw I .fin -it . ... j
bed for! You look ill, child,1 he continued, e vn s ne ejaculated
fence to talk to him.
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A. . D, . It llll IIU.
tt "1 ti I .mi ..
iou are ianinp, he continued : "and
1 suspect the cause of it. I tee how that
mam lingers around here; has he accepted
uis release? '
"Yes ; he made no objections what
ever," I tried to say as calmly as possible.
parent enjoyment of all concerned.
"But it was on tke return trip that tbe
fnn commenced for the wife. Tbe three
passengers occupied two seats in the ear,
opened opposite to each other, tbe bus
band and a few articles of baggage on one
Seat, and tke ladies facing him.
! "Laughter, merriment and jokes, in
tors pe red with comments on the events of
fhe dsy, were freely indulged in. and
everything was going on swimmingly,
"I fear you are
he and that little Nell are always toeet-
"I see how it is," he muttered, as lie
I knew what he
I laid my head on the fence, and cried t!'' hand, which were oftentimes lengthen-
cried until I was too sick awd weak to ,nto downright squeeze ; and every,
stand. Then I sat down i beneath the one was returned afth equal fervor by
shade of a tree, where I wis concealed wife- ho was delighted beyond meaa
from sight by the shrubbery,; and soon fell ore l the success of her little game,
asleep. "Nothing interfered with the -program -
A7t T t.Vr S L t l i l ' I . I J . 1 A
lien l awoae 1 IOOlia SOmeDOuy liaa s icugiu tsiu emiuuciur suuucu-
f oot of I
in a more subdued tone
"I want your advice, Doctor, I re
turned, "but net in regard to my health."
"You shall have it, he said.
And then I unfolded to him my plan.
"Do you think Mr. Chichester will give
you up eo easily V he queried.
"1 dou't that is" I summered, "1
"If he loves you, he will see some other
way out of your difficulties," he said, aU
mngt beneath his breath. Then aloud :
' ' T will cm nvn. t r finnlra ITannnn1! Ufitli
P . .1 . i j j I : I mm k .. , i., J a :.i.t..
von. and see if I enm.ot -t him to axtend raiseu my nenu up. anu it was leaning F-- vvr wmnu a
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. I aeaiusi im ir ureasi. '"""i wut-n ,uv iuu eiaru ui me laniem
V. . I v.' -
saw nineteen craters, of which, be saM.
"eighteen still smoke in the day time
and at night give ligkt like a lamp."
These rude words, says Dr. Bake, ere
meant to describe, and by every reason
able person would be understood as des
cribing what in the figurative language of
Scripture is styled "a pillar of clood kjr
day aad a pillar of Ere by night." Ii is
asserted, then, that Mount Sinai was a
volcano in active eruption when tke ektl
dren of Israel began their wandcrinr :
that it was by tke light of tke sraptie.
Until at length Mrs. U thought she caughl PjineipsJIj. if not entirely, that they ysjja-
a glimse, in tke dark corner of the car? of S J0
"J,B"v csinHjuaac uicu accom penieu
the volcanic outburst caused tke rising
of the waters whereby the panning beet
of Pharoah was overwhelmed. Dr. Beke
is by no means a sceptic ia religion. Oa
the contrary, be is a firm adherent of tke
Cbrie tam faith. lie believes, however,
that tbe diffe .hie e nc ruing the esodas
should be definitely set at rest py jest
sack scientific invest igai ions as that which
be now proposes to make, aad no deaki
many Christians will agree w ith him.
her husband's hand reachuig that of her
companion, which lay partly concealed
' under her shawl.
"It was the careful movement of a mo
ment to place bet own band where
his was likely to f ill. The next moment
She felt the real old-time pressure of her
youthful lover's palm, which she returned
with the ardor that she had done in tbe
days long gone.
"Then followed a half hour of more
than usually lively conversation on part
of her hnsband, and it was interspersed
meant Unpen loved , at every significant point, as thick as com-
e e m
mas, witn hearty grasps ol his wife s lit-
ION SECURED TO AUU
"1 hank you, I returned : and half
the burden seemed lilted from my shoul
Squire Kenyon listened to us. and gave
me five veare to pay it off in. provided
I paid a stipulated sum every three months.
I agreed to that, and then returned home.
"Where have you bcent" my mother
'Over to Bouire Ken von s. See ! be
I drew back. It was Rupert Chi ou tbe discomfited wight -tnd laughing
Chester. wife. She held stoutly to ber husband's
"How dare you come herfi Iw I asked, hand, and lifted it ss high as her head,
"Virginia V until there could no longer be a doubt ia
"You have no more right to support -he miud of one of, the three as to the
my head when I am asleep than any oth- stitnation of affairs,
er man," I continued, reckleksly. j "That man didn't Ulk worth a cent
"Why did you not wake ine up !" i the rest of the trip, and as everything has
lie opened his eyes. appeared serene around . their hearth ever
A Maidens "Psalm of Life."
Tell us not ia Idle jingle, "marriage is
an empty dream," for the girl It deed
that, single, and things are not what they
seem. Life ia reel, life Is earnest, single
blessedness a fib ; "Man tkom art, to man
morn est, " has been spoken of tke rib.
Not enjoyment, and not sorrow is ear
dest'ned end or way, but to act that sack
to-morrow finds as nearer marriage day.
Life is long and youth is fleeting, and ear
hearts though light aud gay, still like
pleasant drams ere beating wedding
marches all tke wsy. In tbe world's broad
field of battle, in the bivouac of life, be
not like dumb driven a- tie be a harpies
a wife. Treat ae fatare, however plea
sent; let the deed past bury its deed I act,
act in tbe living present f heart within aad
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"You are in a bad temper," he said it is presumed that be has begged hone ahead. Lives of married folks r.
has given me five years longer in which laughingly. "I was afraid you would maks forgivenees and is looking for another minti ue we eaa Ifva ear lives as wall, aad
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to pay that mortgage : aud 1 will do
it P :
My mother made no response, but
I could see she was not so much pleased
as I was.
After breakfast, I went and hired a
man it was spring-time- and then came
yonr neck stiff. But seriously, Vrrgie,
what do you mean bv me not having the
"What did I mean V
"Yea what did you mean V
"What I said:'
"I never did say that X would give you
up," he responded I do not see how you
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am going to help Steve." I aid.
Our mother was an invalid, and needed
a great deal of care ; for she was on whp
was always dissatisfied, and co it plain ing
at her lot, having been brought up iu
e sc. s
An hour later I was holding the plough,
and working: like a mm, eager to get
as much done as possible before liupert
Two weeks passed, and onediy he un
expectedly arrived. I shall never forget
bow he flushed, as he caught sight of me,
standing behind the pjough, in that old
sun bonnet, with my face hot from my
Can this be yon, Virginia !" he asked,
as he gave me a kits, winch was rather
I walked to the house with him, and
Nellie, seeing us comiug, ran to meet
"Is this you, Rupert ?" she cried, in a
whirl uf excitement.
And he unceremoniously picked her np
and kissed her warmly.
"Pardon me?" he exclaimed, dropping
Iter : "I renlv had forgotten tiiat you had
grown out of your baby days"
"I am fifteen," Nellie responded, shak
ing her curlt at him. "I wih yon to
understand that I am a young lady sir."
And then with a demure little courtesy,
she fluttered into the house, to annouuer
his coming to mothr
An hour later I up to my room to
make myself a little more pivsHiiUibh'.
I Imd been hiking nfior tea and hail no!
seen Rupert lir minutes.
N"lli- e:me miming in-
. . .
II. t.L.nf ii !" the exclaimed. l
I looked at him. 1 felt my face grow
"Poor darling !" he said, softly. "I
cannot carry this further. Virgiuia, my
love for yau has never wavered for One
moment. Living in the city, I become
disgusted with the fashionnble young. la
dies of the day, having learned just how
weak and vain they were. I was in con
stant dread ot my beirothd,.cven though
she was here, being like them. I can-,
I saw you at work, I listened to how you
intended to. sacrifice yourself to what you
considered your daty. I saw what an ef
fort it cost you, and, knowing that your
pure heart was as firmly miue as ever, I
determined to test you. I have watched
you struggling to overcome your pride
and your love for mc watched you, in
apparent coolness, wheu in reality I was
afraid to trust myself with you, for fear I
would betray myseff. Dear In y ! I am
satisfied. 1 would not exchange your
heart for a kingdom, or accept of your dis
missal, to please you, I have seeti Squire
Keuyou, settled affairs with him. and in a
liule time you, your, mother and Nell,
must go to New York with mc I '
I heard no more.
When I awoke to consciousness, dear
old Doctor Haverhill was besides mc;
"H iv.: been dreaming V I asked,
'Mr. Chichester, come here and tell
her," he said, and I hen walked out.
"It don't tnean,lhU you love ine yet ! ''
I said. "Me, wilh all those freckles, and
Ii and-, and
"And what Tdo yoa doubt me, Virgi
Doubt aim uow ! No, his face spoke
Cannot Bury Ceeaar. m
The Tribune and tbe Illinois and Ohio
Liberal organs, to which might be added
tbe Courier Journal, agree substantially
that the Democratic party is the party of
obstiuction in re poet to tbe rise aud pro
gress of that new party which must ulti
it aii-1 y be relied on to bury Radicalism
oue of these days, j Hence the sodden re
vival of Democracy' in tbe West is prac
tically considered in the interest of Grant
it insures bis re election to a third term,
by crystalizing old issues aud perpetuating
questions which hare heretofore resulted
iu Democratic defeat. We submit that
national parly organ isalions and move
ments are uow too ponderous to be man
aged aud eoutrollet) by small committees,
aud tbe best way after all, is to allow
things to take their course Tho country
has grown tho people are numerous tbe
field is very large, and - it is not an eay
matter for anybody, however astute, to
forecaste the ideas and events which are
going to control a great popular ejection
iu the distant future.
The Democracy of the United Stales,
red need to its strictest proportions, is a
rut minority, needing but comparatively
small accessions to give it a preponderating
force. It is hett. r general ship to move
the smaller force l tbe larger than to re
verse the process. ' Mahomet should come
to the mountain. Let those who want to
prevent imperialist aud a third term rally
to the great body of the Democracy, io
stead of demand ing that the Democracy
shall move to their orders.
JUDO Hoxd's liAKKaurr Dbcisiov.
Judge li ud decides thai suits iu B-iuk-
iiiutcy uul be govenmd by Use laws
exhtlitig when the procrt-drng e-HBUieuecd.
TWa defeats, in St my etses, the large
esetnptious nil .wed by Use 8tato laws
and recon- aiuo.olm uu to the liwkrupt
departing have behind us sueb-e
ss shall "tell." Such examples that aa-
other, wasting time in idle sport, a forlqra
unmarried brother seeing, shall take hsait
and court. Let us then, be up and doing,
with a heart on triumph set, still cootrir-
ing. ill pursuing, and each one a
baud get. bleckange.
Production of Flesh and
Farmers should ooJeratand that while
and fat of auirnals both nun from vg etaUoa
there is a proper food U be givon lor
priMjtictioo of oue and both, and that lbs
for one is not always adapted to the
Some grains have more nesh than
so of ihe qualities that make fat. Ia a
dred parts of wheat, aeenrding to Pieest
ten pound of flesh ; iu a hundred parts of'
oatmeal nearly a double that auuot. H
oat are hotter for horses, ou aeouot
hVh forming principle, rather thao
muscle ts what a hortw wants. For
purposes, Uowever, corn aad oilier
When flfsh itself is eaten, ths
approunates what ts already
would as readily take it from vi gataMas :
A plant in its different atage of mmmSm
i x m . am swssa m - . t . a :
nas a ain. reui n-ei l ne lat ot tne plant sa
held ia reserve lor the seeti; nothing ts 1
ed in loaves, wood, dee-: the nreciuo
most hare it. So when this takes place
stock i comparatively f liUie value la
it Was prior to the chang. And tat
be appropriated so well ia tha sees as wbU
it is diffned through tho stalk. T radar bor
bagM. therefore ia tho boat; and wheu aeeared
bef .re the direction of tbo oil lakes aJaeo. SO
moueh the better will be.
It b announced that Koglaad waa tlsa
only civilised country which did ao.
homegrown tohaeco to tbe Vienna K
ttion. Varieuos are shown from N
and riweden, as well aa from the tropica,
auu irooi asi mwisi'-mw
Keep at least three paces distmat from
him who bates music and Use voece mi a
r r Ijj