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For the Watcnmaa.
TUB OLD SOXGS.
1 1 love to hear the plaintive songs
That rang around my childhood's home;
Vieiil memories their tone prolongs,
And back, like spirit echoes, com
Tunes with which nurse soothed me to
! vyild lays of corji and cotton field
The Sabbath meioaies soocep.
ty billions, (perhaps, a little less,).of use
leas or nevcr-to-be-used models of patent
mummies line the shelves of the modem
catacomb of Yankee invcution. They are
buried there, sir, as securely as the old
Miataobs under their pyramids, or the
drownded sailors at the sea-bottom. But
I predict, without fear of contradiction,
that Edison's patents will live 411 of
them lire, sir. He's got the genius not
a particle of doubt of it. Ami our grand
children will be able to tell-our great-
THE YELLOW FEVER.
From the Davidson Record. I REPORT OF THE CMMISSIOX INVESTI-
Tanrt adionrned to-day. Having been in I GATISO TT,
session a little more than two weeKS.
consequence of the election ou
' -" ' 1 t: J, ;
LoulsTlJle Courter-JournLj , ,
Bob Ingersolljs creed, ,as ; announ-
ruesday of The Disease Not Indigenous Not Af- bX l,im . in - Cincinnati r da or
FALLEN FROM JIElt HIGH
fected by-Drujs dr CDiHnfecrds
tilth Its Jt'ood The Man
ner of its 1 Transmission.
two since, is as follows i
That thro' the village chmxlies pealed ! grand-children how great a man lie was.
- "j 1 E. P. IK-
Voterand piano's sweetest pounds,
u-un tondied by fairy lingers soft
' From temple walls to heaven aloft ;
Nor martial bands nor richest treat
! Italian opera may biiujr,
With home-made music can compete
- The dear old songs they used to suig.
0, sing them o'er anoToYr again
T aicwlien Xm sick and taint -
With mental anguish when hot ps"
Holds this poor body 'neath restraint !
0 sing them always when I'm glad
; I'hey fall on joys like sp:M kliug dew ;
0, sing them always when I'm sad
Sly bitterest sorrows they suulue.
. j-or the Watchman.
mt. vkrxox, x. a, rk-t. eth 73.
: Dear Watchman: As I turn over the
newspapers, I get mad once in a while,
Liind feel like loading up y g'111 1:Un-
iHing away; So here goes: '
Massachusetts wont allow anylwHly to
tlint ran'tr read and write. Now what
a atire on this pretentious book-worship
and boasted civilization is the mere fact
FRIENDS AND THE HATTLE OF
GUILFORD G., H.
At the time of the Kittle of G nil ford
C. H. March 1781. the Friends were there
holding their yearly meeting. Our army
the first week, Court was not opened nu-
i til Wednesday. I
At the begiunig. there were 103 cases
on the. State docket, and 112 ou the civil.
Of the former 3G were disposed of, and of NEW YORK, Nov.20. The report
the latter 24. ft , of the yellow fever commission, com-
Except theirial of the capital case from posed of Drs. Bcrnis, Cochran and
Rowan, IitUe business of public interest Howard, who, together with Col. T.
has been transacted. The trial of tins & T . . ,,
negro, Bill Locke, for the killing of Pleas. S. Hardee, san.tary cngmeer, in all
Bamngerac a saio o " .T1 I 1 Z", Z' mother and child against parents
A NEW CAVE DISCOVEUY,lN
AKENTUDKY. m nU
Another wonikrAil cavks receuti
tjr heea discovered near Qfasgor
J unction, Ky. Iuhas-already been
explored lor a distance of twenty-tlireo
mile in Ana ?tiAt -..lti J
One of the frequenters of Broadway
is a. woman in i poor garments, Willi
her effects in a satchel on her . arm,
"Thie Bible has built ctery! inooi- a countes by.marriage. She
ibelontrs to a New York fAmilv
driven .vptvu DOf a and went toMadrid when a irhi ra,lsla.one direction, called ihVlon
icmJi l. . j I where he brother ws mnsnl Tb roote and. sixteen miles in another
every thumb-screw, every iaclci dislo- 8n married a French count d,rectI0n' cal,ed the rt routWThe
cated evorv inlnt i It , l,--v Wflnl and for several years led a cay ife at 7 w,ueJ
sects and classes, has set fathe
hefewhicl, thU.morning. Solicitor Dobson moy has been taketo justify the
with diicultv they .could matcluJeavii and Qen. Leach Appearlbiutlio State, ief tne first cases in-NewOr-
theirtrack ofbIod on the giound, and and W. II. Bailey and P. C. Robbins for f Mrtfu ne t., r
.-xnectinir to meet the enemv and have a ,.Woo ti7 fnw wnd..n Satnr- leans about the month of June were
In this condition they appealed to Gen.
Greene for permission to euterjlie Friends
meeting and furnish themselves "with
shoes, as their necessities were so great,
and this was their only chance. The
General replied, "1 know your wants my
brave fellows, without the power to re
lieve tliem : say no more to me," and he
turned around from them.
They went into the house, aiid Capt.
Lee, addressed the Frieuds most feeling
ly, showing the men's lacerated feet, de-
clanni' that nothing but the most
of Ben Ihitler, (that incarnation ot all that th 8i,oultl uot
is vulgar, low, indecent and thievish m Udy wiUl , i
Anieiitan polities,) coming om h ;i caa
.VuhiUt for Governor, not by regular nomi
nation, bat. by the "acclamation . of the
Those "masses' may nave a
rious necessity could influence him to .luv wav euj:aired iu tho light: and that
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take uis nuenueu cuurw. hmj m mm i,su i0..n5.,rr nfraiimt thin lo' looking on.
gave most willingly their shoes, while 7 - i i rnt.v hi...
Hthers were fwced. Major ;Jazuett was Kill Locke ran by him and struck him
on the women's side to assure them that with a knife, from the effects of which he
be molested. One old died iu a few davs.
day evening, and Monday and Tuesday UIUUB1U t,1Vi ' w . .
were sieut in takiug the testimony of the yet unknown; that their investigations
witnesses which is entirely too volumin- and maps show that the fever invaria-
ous for these columns. Argument begun al)y tent3 to range itself in groups
Wednesday. of cases, in marked contrast with the
The State proved by several witnesses . . , -
, . 1 J . , e , , tendency of malarial fever, to occur
that Ban in cer was on one side of a log y .
two feet and a half in diameter, and that n separate, disconnected cases.
a tight in which Bill Locke's father was They say in respect to the sanitary
engaged was going on ou the other side, conditions of the towns visited : "We
close to it; and that Barnnger was not in Niave t0 report the same character of
m uiui-screw, every racK uiaio- mhh.wh hhvu wuu . , t :
every joint; It has produced and for several years led a gay life at f' "every wide; a span'
.iu.,- -AfAAAJ' Paris. : Excess of wine rninl W nonescan.be easilv driven thro
tvuciuuo iai, uivjucu ua lulu i " - " I C f a r w
er against though a fine musician, a painter in . even mues.,i jLAreo
;nt8 . this oil, mistress of several languages and nversvideand very deepj. are eni.
rid 'with elegant' in conversation, she comes an on the long route.One of
blood j ihae-covered the Kunw6-fee- -back uome to a!ee in,tle parks and h mu
with tears; has crushed honesty ; has station-houses and spend what she can e ff?0"?68 JtS?F
offered a nreminm for mlitv t. earn and beg for drink.-A comnan- to a?m,t a Th,s form
. ' ' , or river route, whioh .hM rt
ionna across tne ixortn . . . . ' - w
plored in a boat. The caveisTrorider-
pidity and hyprocricy : has opposed ,on Piece 13
: : r. i :j x I river in Holmlcen. where nn Ttalinn
tvcir uivcuiiuu ui iuau : uaa buiu 10 ,i i. i , t '
- 1 . . - - I fill hAVAnJ t r(i.. , 1 .
tnot tell the duke is makinS raonev kePinS a reM r ur-
taurant. The duke came to New r granuuer me juamrnotti or
York and flourished in fashionable any. T evcr bcfore discovered. Sev
eral mumraified remains have been
in one of the large rooms.
They were reposing in stone: colli hi,
neglect and violation of the laws of
health common to all or nearly all in
land towns in the- United States.
'strong head, but it is more than likly that
tliey have a great deal stronger Htomacli.
There are three sehcxnVof thinUiog i"
rffardtothe best poliey "for flie treat
ment of the negro. First, there is Wen
dell Phillips', wherein he is to be hugged
and made a brother of ; secondly, Govern
or Hampton's, wherein you conclude, (as
he 'is-saddled on you, with no chance to
unbuckle the girth,) to -make the best of
liini justly, lxth as laboreraud voter; and
tliirdlv. Mr. Can's, of Missouri, wherein
run inake an ouraniroutamr of him and
feet and eoarte shoes, in
sisted on lTis taking hers1, and she gave
them to one of the men herself, while
others offered theirs. They took their
horses too. This little affair was of great
These are neglect of drainage, inat-
The defence proved by 6ercral witness- tention to deposits of fetid and re-
es that Barriuger went into the crowd
where the fight was going on with a threat
ening remark ; that he struck Matt Locke,
importance to the army, though General tiefemiaut's father, a blow iu the mouth,
Ureene never wished to hear ot it, as he
had great respect for Friends, being edu
cated by his parents in their principles.
felling him to the ground ; and that he
was en him and beating him or trying to
fuse animal and vegetable matted and
inattention to the purity of drinking
The commission unanimously agree
in stating the following facts in regard
the astronomer, you mus
secrets of the universe; this Bible
has opposed every man of science,
put Galileo in prison; made Coper- untl1 hls nioaey was gone,
nicus afraid to publish his immortal Then he went to a Hoboken restau- , Vere 1
work ; made Kepler keep his three rant M finally became waiter
laws a secret; pointed the finger of and in time saved enough to buyout
scorn at Descartes ; hooted every man the Placc when the landlord died. On
that was investigating for himself one occasion a distinguised Italian
and endeavoring to make this world wnom ine auKe naa Knowu in ms na
sublimer and better. It has been tive Iand was a Suest at the Place- Postal TroubU and Riot in Alabama.
a perpetual obstruction upon the high- rhe proprietor served at supper as
way of progress, and I am opposed to waiterJ but was not recognized until,
it and am going to do what little I after tbe mcaL was over hf me
can against it." back in evening dress with a diamond
xt- t -n : :,iu order on his lappel. The duke serves
rudely construted, and from appear
ances may have been in this' eaVe for
centuries. They present every ap
pearance of the Egyptian mummies.
"Washington, Nov. 20- Postmas
ter General Key to-day rdered- the
Spring Garden (Ala.) postoffice to be
How does the word behold, acquire the
sense to see f
An old writer, 1652, says, "as my eye
can never be united to anything till my
sight see and receive it, and by that means
that thing be united together with my
do so when the defendant ran by and gave to their investigation, up to the pre-
the fatal thrust. This is substantially gent ti reserving the right to in-
the evidence. The State's witnesses plac- , , , . ,
1,10 CA , i troduce at any subsequent time such
ed Barriuger on the opposite side of the . , 1
lo" away from the fight; those of the Ue- "l"5"" J " -
fuinv niiiflf liim one of the narticinators. ercl :
The State claimed that it was a case of
discontinued and the mails for that
tempted no demonstration of this pro- UP fine dishes and is now a rich place to be sent to the neighbbrjng
If he really believes it, eior postoffice at Ladiga, on account of
civilization can butpity him asadense-
ly ignorant and fanatical man. He
should explain why it is that the
i-ii .1 I . . . m i e r ii j i inn. in iniiini i i rm u iiri k liiis i uig
w.n.i... ii.tn the river Stvx. The on Iv I sigiii, so, neiiner can we ue mauo uue w;ilfni wanton murder the result oi a stance iound a case ot veilow lever :
.luv..-....,.,. i..f .m.'.!!-! i.iv l l-!iiintni"x il:in I with tied till we see and behold him, be- I , ... . . has a constituency. It is a matter of
illiitn.iin . , i ',1 I ft Uelineraie UlieilllUIl IU Kill rmu ,, mi nuill v; Uliuiii juanunui vuiicmvi no
riill'theteil' "Our nVtcl insists that man, the tight being between whites and of de novo origin, or indigenous to its fact that the Bible has built no inqui
.1.. it.,..'. I,, ii ..in1' mill rninniK t'X ttillic SO I lie l'ilVS UllSS from the visible object and blacks. The defence argued that it was locality. sition. nor has it obstructed the "high
LIP "IMIll II llllllll (lint 1 UlinMIi. .til V iiif -r i - i
I : i j ii
The tobacco tax reduction will be u "uu ana uire
i ,:f. t ; made by a portion of the inhabitants
agitated again this winter. It is a J 1 -
HfA.ml th ficrht thi time. The against the special agent of the depart-
highest and most aggressive civili- j proportion8 of the conflict is ment, who had discovered gross frauds
l'st. We have not in a solitary in- in the.WOrlf ha8 foreshadowed by the Virginia Tobae- in " of the village
co Journal. The Journal appeals to master and Procured lhe lr's arrest
in hho'rt, between sense mid nonsense,
llamptoii lias proved himself a mau of ac
tion ; these other fellows are only idle,
In reply to the question, "Will not
h:it is called orthodox religion suffer by
tlieiw onslaughts of sicence That
mouthy niaii, Henry Ward lieeHier,
naively says: "I think not. My intpres-
toiicli the retina ot the eve. ami they are
like, the restored blind man, we assimi
late vision to tactile perception."
Lord Moiihorftis made the required contact
by conceiving that the soul goes forth
front the ye and touches the dject which
is seen; foir how can any one object oper
ate on another, wo say, except by con
tact T '
the natural act of a sou to protect a fath
er who was in
... i 1 T . , . ii
"jMx-onu. in respect 10 most oi uie of-wroress."
I 1!1. I : . ... 1,:,.I. ... n.irl I 1 O
uotlllji I variiJlla iu lir wiiiuh nc y isucu ami i . .
,VIIIVtt 1 1 - wiliw v. v.i w... . w
Men have done
were instigated by
the planters and manufacturers to
stand shoulder to shoulder. The Jour
"Our trade, our time, our means
have been largely expended in the ef-
uiiui la flirir tin- 'v 'IVsi T colltnlllS
,.w.r u..;..ntiiii. trntli tlfini wo riVe it eied- sensation, and particularly of vision, may
it f,r. V..r l:inl siliw now.'l tliink he be solved only by real motion of bodies;
I .i. i t .i t-mi rri .1
The case was fou-ht hard fnwn the be- prevalence, the testimony showing ini- nothing to te lounu in me liiuie. xue fort to retluce the tox on tobacco.
ginning. Every inch of grouud was con- portation was direct and convincing best dcsertation and guide to liberty jt us away wjth everything like
tested by the able counsel on the respect- in its character. in the world is the bible. It Mr.
. . r i i. I uTMiiiwl Tim tf-i liomlcclnn rt uollnw I n i .1 i ?i v
ive sutes. v o never saw j.iwjcis nu i xinm. ua....... . i incrcrsoil DCiieves iiiat h oners, a
for rascality, he stamps
would shine, as an evolutiouist.''
might have to oscillate betweeu that and
a good many other high-rlving kites, if he
was alive and in charge of LMyniouth
clrarch, and desired to retain his pulpit
and his s;ilary, even for the space of two
consecutive Sundays, lie would have to
W a sleek and holy I'harisee, terribly
abusive of all unpopular things, and al
ways head over heels in love with any
pet idea of the populace ; he would have
to lie sell-righteous, and down on Calviu
1 1 jit is, either by corporeal ami! vision,
streaming continually from -the surface
of the object, or rather, as the later and
more retiued atoiuists conceived by pres
sure made from the object to the eye by
means of light iu the medium. So that
this sense, taking cognizance of the object
by the subtle interposed medium, that
is terse and stretched (thrusting -every
way from it upon the optic nerve) doth
by that, as it were by a staff,' touch it."
Thus, according to the notions of the
hesitation or indecision, and stand
shoulder to shoulder this winter, plant
ers and manufacturers of twenty-one
upon a warrant from the U. S, com
missioner at Jacksonville. The agent
further reports that in consequence of
this action, which was preceded By
some of the riotous demonstrations re-
ferred to, he was himself arrested on
the charge of libel and bound over
for trial next April. After a night's
detention by the sheriff he procured
bail from Jacksonville, and is now at
1 . . .11
. 1 I .. i.,.i... ..inn on r 1 iMvnr hptweon noints senaraiea ov anv
umiworin says, -ine coi jmuthi jiai i 01 1 moio e.iiuvonj , iuu tmuuvi -- ,- ----- , . pretjjjuni
, ' . 1 t himself as a fraudulent leader in I r tt n fn iir.rl libcrtv. but informs the department
The charge of Judge Graves was clear Wholly UUC to numan intercourse, xu - " oiaies 01 tuc ou.u, w&"" . - 4. t "
- iiai. .vmia lino vr nairur 1 . . 1 - 1 . a- .ii. in b'iiiiviii iu vi ni:iii'i 1 r j ini r
And iust hci-e we will some instances tne poison was carrieu inougm, iui c ua3 c.uCUu; "' i trammelleo traue against me powenui - i -
say that this gentleman has made a tine in clothing or about persons, or people read a line of the book lie crticises opposition of the Government Such
inioi-essiou among the bar and the iK-ople. going lrom iniectcu uismcis. in a ficdit will reouire all our care, all
I ..4 1. .ni.tniiini ,f 1 10 virrm 1 l Glioh I ml 'V- -- A-r ! 'I,:i TT I O 1
He is learned, courteous, patient. uiuw hwiuum.ou uic iew iorK riuune, xiuipei b
The jurv retired Wednesday night, and fomitcs as cotton bagging or other goods Wcekl an(
tcr being out ten or twelve hours re- of the same description. bigoted pan
med a verdict of manslaughter. The . "Fourth. The we.ght of testimony f
ism, thinking himself the liual effort of ancients, when we see an oi.ject, we nave
time, thus far, in aspiring after perfection; bold of it; the mind through the eye comes
he would have to preach that the Hible in contact with it. The ideas of the an
nas some good streaks in it, but that it is cients are impressed on the language. Hy
hv 110 means quintessential! v perfect, like another step, we get moral obligation; we
the absolute iCrlixion: he would be sure are "beholden" to some one, tor some-
the prisoner to eight
years' confinement at hard labor in the
Efforts will be made, we learn, to have
a sjMicial term of Court here in January.
id similar sentimental and
ipers are quite indignant at
l... I I . M
isverv pronounced against the fur- the Delaware law wiucii temporarily
ther use of disinfectants. The physi-I disfranchises all persons who do not
our energy, and all our intelligence.
But we shall succeed. In a popular
government like ours, the case of the
people against the Government, sue-
ing for an injunction to prevent the
they will "fix the jury" when the case,
comes to trial and are already exuK
ting over the prospect of seeing him
set to work on the county roads.
cians in the infected towns almost ay their pDU tax, aJ bounce it as from going beyond logit-
wiwmwuv -.. - a jjeniocratic tricK ior preventing me
useless agents to arrest the spread of
lhe number of cases ou the dockets would I J , . . ... iU LKrtm rn nnnr sind nnah e to nav their . . . J , .... ....
nrm in tneir convictions mat me i i w . the business ot tne people win De gain-
vapors are seriously prejudicial to the tax trom voting, a more uiorougu d T . njunction wHl issue and
sick. investigation oi tne suojeci, wuum
"Fifth. Personal prophylaxis, by iave silown these wise journals that a
means uf drugs and other therapeutic rfmilar law is in force i Massachu-
moans nas proven a cousiain jitnutc. , , i i
sens auu wuitvo Miitiu.i;
to inform his hearers that Jesus of Naza
reth was very wellrbut in His day, time
had not progressed far enough to produce
her great ultimate, ami 'that it took par
turient centuries to gender her last-"rid-iculas-nius,"
namely, the jidve.nt of the
absolute-.religion -preacher ; and he would
Soon make them believe that man was
formed either for a paradise or a menag
erie. He would not pereiuptorially and
totally pronounce the tenets of Christian
ity one priestly "lie. He would assert a
God, a conscience, a free-will, an immor
tality ; he would even ffge alyout estab
lishing their own righteousness,'' having
ft tort of inspiration and praiseworthy
piety. If he didn't dodge about this way,
U the complete edification, the uudisturb
E. r. it..
A man passing through the suburbs of KINDNESS OF QUEEN VICTORIA.
a large town noticed a sign, with JJie
words, "MTiKS-for sale here." Can any
one tell us what it was ?" If not let him
look in Webster at the word emptying,
and the secoud definition.
THE WHIPPING POST,;
The constitutional convention ,of
California has voted that whipping is
imate purposes, and preventing by its not to regarilel as a cruel and. un-
justifv such a term, and it should not be
limited to shorter time than is necessary
to clear up all the old cases.
we shall have activity and prosperity
Webster savs that hominy is an Indian
wordoHiiimincrt, parched corn.
The first agreement in dates between
sacred and profane history on record, is
Qnceu Victoria was not twenty years of A respectable number of physicians
asce when she ascended the throne. Com- think the use of small doses of quinine
ing into possession of power with a of some use in prevention,
heart fresh, tender, and pure, and with "Sixth. Quarantine established with
all her instincts inclined to mercy, we may such degree of surveillance and vigor
bo sure that she found many things that that non-intercourse is the result, has
1 ... ..c ... th. i.f ofVW.ti valtr wit limit PTOPntlQn. nrotCCt-
U1UU UCI DllCIIUUl Ul ICW1UIIIIU W HO ui- I .w,v.. . j , 1 ,j . ..,.1 il -
most. On a bright, beautiful morning, ed its subjects from attacks ot yellow oer oi me uineue.a,
tageously to the Democrats of that
State, who, as a general rule, belong
to the poorer classes. The poll tax
law is identical in these two States,
and Delaware not having been a mem-
usual punishment. Not long ago" an
effort was made in the California Leg
islature to establLshingwhippipg as a
penalty for wife-beating, but nothing
came of it. The whipping post cxUts
by law in Virginia and Delaware,
and the action of the California con
vention indicates that public opinion
in that State is largely jn .favpr: .of
the young Queen was waited upon at her
palace ef Wiudsor by the Duke of Wel-
"The only preparations of the banks
arc closing what are known as gold
accounts. - It has been the general adopting that mode of punishment for
rule of the banks to keep a separate certain crimes. A law was ' enacted
account of all the gold deposited, so in Nevada, about two years ago, rro-
that a person drawing on his account! viding that brutal- husliands should
1 1 IJ . I .w. t-n.
reason wuy ik .."u.u .. , f , , .
than "" r 7 - " . . " 1 1 . ' '. T .
m m cunipiie euiuciiiioii, ine uinusiui u- i i j ir - - i J' ' ' ' HT f ' I Prnrtret
-ed comfort ami ceaseless amusement of iu Jeremiah, ch. xxv : 1 : "The fourth xjenr liugton, who had brought from Londou j Virginia s Material progress.
the' front pewsln the Circus-church Coli
souuvof the Plymounthians, it would be
said: "Exit l'aul wtr'll hire a better
A Boston paper preaches an editorial ser
mon on repudiation of State debts, blam
ing the' dishonesty of defaulting cashiers,
clerks and other slippery individuals up
on the force of legislative example. I
wouder if they are ail really as honest up
there as they pretend to be !" I'll bet ten
chiuqnepiiiM against a goose-egg that
somebody almut that office had invested
a few dollars in State btudVto till Tip his
assct8 in biiukruptcy with just In-fore the
imal collapse of the great; cheating Act.
of Jchoiakiu, the son ef Josiah, King of j various papers requiring her signature to
Judah. that was first near of Nebuchad-I render thein operative. One of them was
nezzar, King of Babylon."
lleeoveriiuj. Through private sources
we arc pleased to learn that the liev. J.
N. Craig, of Holly Springs, Miss., former
ly of Lancaster, S..C, is recovering froiril
his protracted case of yellow fever. His
faithful wife stood by his bedside for 6ix
long weeks and attended to his wants,
and while all around her the scourge was
taking off its. hundreds, she stood to her
and didn't get his bady to the depot in iost of duty at the bedside of her devoted times."'
a sentence of court martial, pronounced
against a soldier of the line that sen
tence that he should be shot dead.
- The Queen looked upon the paper, and
then looked upon the wonderous beauties
that nature had spread to her view.
"What has this man done ?" she asked.
The Duke looked at the paper and re
"Ah, my royal mistress, that man I fear
is incorrigible. Ho has deserted three
It is about time for Virginia to give
np talking about the state of things
' before the war." Charles Dickens,
please the Republicans any more
Massachuseets. Of course if North
Carolina and other Southern States
were to follow the example of Massa
chusetts the Republicans would have
that he deposited. The keeping of several towns, but we believe that the.
those gold accounts became very pop- act was promptly declared' flneonsti-
ular. The New lork banks Have ttitional and never en forced."
extensive gold accounts, which will all
time for the cars.
husband, and remarkable to say, she sav- I i
Krv Irirwl tf o r.i.w.1,;.... 1... 1
vented except the one whidi has beeul 'd I"s,,itu5ind escaped the dreaded scourge
promised ior a goou while, viz., a double- I oerseii. aucn a wuiau, we say, urou
action-rotary-universal-motioii and nev
er-railing or wearmg-out concern to col -
lect bad debts, pay taxes, make money
and keep death away. I do sincerely hope
that Mr. Edison will turn his attention. to
, . it afiesli, and revive, jHJifect and'puton
the market this long-looked-fomnd niuch
- desired convenience; Iii a domestic point
of vie xk, its -benefits' would be simply in
calculable. No more squalling babies
and no more down-faced men and women
bless her! Lancaster Ledger.
And you cannot say anything in his
behalf, my lord 1"
Wellington shook his head.
"O ! think again I pray you V
Seeing that her Majesty was so deeply
movWI nnil filitifr nro elu roiill not
pondeut does not know is hardly worth . 4l , . . . . ,
! , ,J I have the man shot at any event, he final-
knowmg. lhe Baltnnere Sun's corres-1 , , . it . ,
ly couiesseu tiiat ine man was urave, aim
What the average Washington coiTes-
the State before the war, testified that
everything was going to
ruin. Dickens especially noted the
"decayed appearance" of ante-bellum
Richmond, and it is certain that the
State capitol is now twice as large,
and ten times as beautiful and pros
perous as it ever was "before the war."
It is since the war that Norfolk has
i ..f fb, TTInn. Tt can official, a melancholy solitary,
scl-uuu '" i I ti,l mo .'m tiP ent re
jJ iiout v . f
be closed when the government re-
and sumes specie payments. Gold being
a standard everybody can nave u, aim
The constitutional convention of
California has put the declaration into
its bill of rights that the State, shall
forever remain a member ,of, the Fed-
I 1 f i n l nfAastt?
nnd everv other traveler who visited grounds ior comp . v
I f . I 1 i i ( Knl Untoe calf intr
i;fil i hut or tnese laie icuci ....j,
il V .
ror-L- nl managing tneir own auaus-m. Alt nnd draw out
...,.. I 7 . . .. . n . I IC1CII UJt J w... -1 " " " I . . . . .. ...
mining the qnaiitrcations ot tne.r own - Greeobackg and siiver mnstbe era I Union, and, resist all eCorts.fcat
voters without paying the proper re- , u Kcause there will not secession. A proposal to take thd
be enough gold to carry on the busi- paiuomng iwer iiuui.ujuvwr.
ness of one large city. One mistake nor and vest it in a board.. o beeom-
that Congress will persist in making, I" of the Governor, the ' Attortiey
;a onlnimr dollars. Peoule do not General, and the Chief Justice; of the
10 w o
want dollars, they want smaller cur
ard and attention to the Northern
nress and people.
As a consequence of its home polity
Delaware is the champion Democratic
State. Its Legislature is unanimous-
- T ... I want "una. , " "
ly Democratic, and but one Repubh- lncv Bankes r4W.
pondeut reckons Coukliugs chances for
the Presidential nomination first aud
Grant second. That it lies between Conk
ling and Grant is the opinion of many of
gallant, and really a good soldier.
"But," he added, "think of the influence."
"Influence!" cried Victoria, her eyes
flashing, and her bosom heaving with
"Let it be ours to wield influence. I
will try mercy in this man's case, and I
on this earth. No iub.ro -tears. No more 1 the shrewdest politicians around Wash
sorrowing of any kind. No nitvVe Jiomc- j iogtou.
aieuu ana nnuKrunt laws, a o more tax-col-
1...: i . ... . .
The house of Mr. Geo. B
V, ..iw i.:i i.i.Jl.. -. r!...i I ot. Marv s townsino. W ake conntr. was
luuioiutiunni luuuvrv illlll W(V SlCill- I - ' ' 1 i r . , . I . ,,.
ing. No more "ltadieal Consrressn.cn. No entered a few nights ago and robbed of charge you, your Grace, to let mo know mer3 have no reason for grumbling
is since the war that Danville has
risen from a city of two thousand to
nearly twelve thousand inhabitants.
It is also since the war that Lynch
burg, Farmvillc, Staunton, aud many
other towns have increased their
trade and multiplied their inhabitants.
Doubtless the landed aristocracy were
better off "before the war," but all
other classes, including the small far-
State. Ral. News.
Saint Paul. Nov. 20. Yesterday
court of last resort was voted do wit,
and the same disposition was made of
a motion to give the Legislature the
power of determining how pardons
shall be granted. The pardoning
aire war. No more conscripts. No more $113.
cnppies. so more earth it would all be
heaven.: Will not somebody going North
call upon Mr. Edison, suggest this impor
tant duty to him, and urge him to lend
his best energies toward the task of its
speedy and happy fulfillment !
JJUt, joking aside, isn't Edison a trump
card in the Patent-office' pack ? Only for-1 in.
Do the best you can where you are,
when that is done you will see an opening
for something better.
It was George Herbert wlio said 'a hand
ful of good life is worth a bushel of learn -
the result. A good soldier, you said. O !
I thank you for that. And you may tell
him-your good word saved him."
Then she took thopaptr and wrote with
a bold, firm hand, across the dark page,
the bright, saving word "pardoned !'
at the changed condition of affairs.
Dispenses With the Brakeman.
One of the latest inventions in
connection with railroad cars is an
instrument which is intended to su
persede the incoherent squall of the
thick-tongued brakesman, announc
ing the stations. It is a revolving
morning Otto Montgomery, 'living at power was Jen wiiere it lias been
the St. Paul House, attempted to com- entirely within the r discretion,. ;tho
mit suicide by shooting himself, inflic- Govern, r, . . u .
ting a severe wound in ins neaa. ms The pemocratic Tiy not Jn uy
son, about twenty years old attended dangcr of killwl in baUle.L The
him lasHiight, and while standing at i uestion is whether it will corahiit
his father's bedside fainted from ex- -Je . I .:,
haustion, and dropped a kerosene
On the rail a scold
! ,i .k;1 ft thin en n v AS
J . . ... ill 1 ... ,a hoM in in hfliui whieh ex
is wound, and on tins roll is printed - , 7 7, , , T,
the name of the stations. Thisinstru- ploded, setting fire to the bel. The
ment is plaectl in the cars, and one father was burned to a crisp. The
The sagacious Josh observes: Yang 'tarn ot a cranic on u.e JhVre h is burnin- crotl.es were ex-
. ,, .mi mi'! ,ir as the train moves off where bis burning crotiies were ex-
. set down, ana Keep sun, yu wm , uic
' - ' - i . . a:-.. 1 .a tlin Tine. I
been intlicte I.
. i a ai.m. t.Mo i iinirii k iini m in rr i iiiui ils
1 ..i., 1,,Q ,,f in ,nke a from each station reveais iu me v rr
..i.i Mr...meAifMAr.iFA vii die. seiKrers the name of the next,
phool of ytircself before yu die.
The N. Y. Tribune say g Blaine is
looming rapidly as the Radical candi
date in 18S0. Republicans who op-.
posed his nomination at Cincipnati
now confess their mistake and declare
their purpjse ta work - fur ?Uiu '4