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The Pistol A pal a. i . nr :
r Greene's last Words.
iiisachU'WprW as jtis to-day,
uch rwrV aid way is toa much forme, ;
iThefiifls is flouwred from tup toioe,
lAndthU'i tlU hull ofwjhat they know; i
Tk.ma U mad ort bonds and stocks, 1 V
l!gw0fi1,an' stjootib' and picking lock.
frmreaf bfraid Jll pe hangea jnyseir
lTbet'trerut know..to-daj ,
it ukm lunatic any war,
jiy drejfbl Afraid they'll hang up me 1
There4ntherJhjp tjjat'a peaky hard
!lcantjnjieltpF'yarji ; "
!to aaVf How fciccM'W Ini-rry-pin
But lat tho popcpJ; nare n as.,
'l'teae4 to ftay tlve Widdcr Greene
Or 'Our worthy fr end Mr.' Greene's gone
Doa'4 ( Barkham itead to see her son,'
Great erusalcra i can't I stir
witoi a-raisnlsojne feller's fur f
There lln't no privacy, so to say,
tio inoWthan if this was judgment day.
And as' for mcetin'j-I want to swear
i Etery time I put my head in there ;
"VVby, even 'Old Hundreds spiled and done,
, jike every thing else under the sun ; ,
'oto:8p enwL,and' slow,
hprawjslo the Lord; from men below,'
rNsw Ugoe like a gallopin' steer,
illiglj dfidle diddle! there and here.
INw reilect t the tord above
a more'n ef He wjas hand and glove
With all the creturs he ever made,
And aj the jigs th jit was ever played,
IprcftUfn' torU- but! here I'm dumb-
Bat I tell you whai ! I'd like it some
; If good; old ParsonjNathan Strong -iQut
o' few'grave would comelong,
(An' give us a stirin taste o' fire
Judgment and justice is my desire.
i'Tain't all love an' sickish sweet
That makes this w9rld or 'other complete,
fBut law l l;m old ! I'd letter be dead
when tjie world's a; turning over my head;
fgpcrits-talkinlikejtarnal fools, .
Bibles, MckedTout 0 deestrict schools,
i Crazy ifrciurs a-raurderin' round
Itfonestjulks betterj ie unaer ine grouna.
: So fare-ye-well ! this nirthly scene .
Ni more'll be pestered by widdcr Greene."
perar.cek.and the Local . Option Uw beets
able injio to stajtlie tide thAt sets 'to
;?waid from the' intinite oceUu tt the
iEterual-a will! " - . i
llntj'da yon j have given yon r correa.
pondents timely warning to be short I
WHAT SfiXATOtt TAXCE 13 Td DO.
Peaclo be lfade by Vie Making
will here do. in v preaeut" remarks ire- 4 r . . -A. i
t ! " ' v-i,, ly rare. American prod action,
ueiving the continuance of iuy..jMm- r j
A born hunioriat U a wmprative-
i miutiic uiccuuroe lur imure nriitrtra.-
I . .. :,:.y If, li ; j.; 5 FatK Plat.
. For tne
The Dark Day In 1780.
comtnojilyiknoxtn as u Lflarlc day
fclmf adto answer the Tollovf- A Fatal Shooting ml Union- County-
rrgaru wj wuat j sxorse race enas in a irageay.
li iHov? large an areavras it noti- tvben
spirit "t our iiifltitutian 19 earnest; ecabte in?v ?
(ttgerV mditcr-of-fact somewlilit ting- 2. : Dicjj Science giVe'any (ositive
I ' ...tl. ' u ...a Wrt u.iin.l!i Wmenn ' Wsi aviila no I inn In tlio mAul Itvnan T jo t'
r 1 11 : .rJ e -L.Li jjj.iiJJ 1 . '.. .r 1 i e i il .i ' I e.r "JarryiDg.
1: iiifTiM. viiiv it mn:tii iirnin irLiiiu 111 us ui Lite ti:irKiiir-w t ' irarner. 111 luk uiwresa ai winrrn mp i -
;r, iiv- - r r T : ";ii.r 7 ... . . . . " : T. t. 9 . ;":T-r thinira on te
w.l.n.l.oa nnnrfvt:itii tun TV, an nv0rAfp fmvrt r TV' Unw flarlc WM ltat the darkest, i latter shot the fnrmpr t.h hull pntnr. I: ?,
UIM I w v wmw.w. w;w " ' 7 www. w w I . : , ' , f
Mr. Editor t My old grandfatht
ing about midway between two
said that he could always tell the iudi- it ia needful to esolain even the most and how- long did the darkness last?
l h t ! Rpe tomatoes wilJ.remoVi ink an3
Don't think when too have! woo a r" VM.Trota white clotup r
"M oii have also wcin'a slave ' f Baltimore. Anril Dxrfl,.,
Don t think tliat your wile'hais Jess I' Hi zrTalerson IKnniriA ziA
uesdaj afterWoon about SundnoW,1 W-l ?r :sthrKt "fe afternoon. ) ; J ,
n on their ay home froai Mon. tion to you is : changed, not her (Three thousand dollars worth ?of
m about three piles ffrom . . . - " j fish wwe shipr from Wasliington
the town, a difficulty sprang ud - S.U Pilafct week, over th railroad: lI
..to,. oUi' wi w,u" a, iee civilities ot iiic at- iD.u.L r . W ., . '
, , i;. ? fiwiicigu ranncra-JUCCAonic.,"l'oor
She, appreciates Loae pL. . . . tr-A.:.i i
as much as other women. ! Jl'J 'T'i -
r -i S.aFca uu iureya iiaa in NortU tjar-
vidual member of eachjplace by Uie pe- pointed witticism, so that it bay be
coljar twang of their swearing. Bat these the , ,. 1 What
scenes are now far removed. Many of . .1
i , V-i .itiL. I.-,- rt humor is current among us is usually
settle their accounts at an impartial tri-' i of a grim and solemn sort. Our jokes est inf Essex county, Mass., lower New
bunal. Still the world inovea on. j are mainly satirical. They lack tht Hamtwhire.' and in the old province
Last Sunday, being iuvited by a yonng o;eQial element whicli distti-zaishes ! of Maine : in IthodeUsland and Con-
: 4. jWhcre cau the. fullest history of
itbefenndt ! A. A.
Reply. V. "Tlie darkness was great-
i i j Kor the Watchman.
IThe Black Knight's Tarn in the Tern-
'r . I perance i Tournament.
"s&tiiiiu 1 , .-1. ,;
li Mr, fciiTon : Every inch ofground in
tha temperance dicusaiou is already oc-
I copied .by one or another of j our t-everal
correspondents exccjit that spot upon
which stand the dealers and users of in
toxictfting liquote.j As in courts of law
;any prisoner is entitled to an advocate,
and asthese men jcom prise some of the
:brightest intellects and most honest
ihearts n theTStatej of North Caroliua, I
consider it but fair that I should take up
ioe cuqgei in ineir ueuau. ui course
shall letcnlled "ai apologist for drunk
ards ; but the true knight cares nothing
i for hard names, and-it ia of but little uio-
' Jaent .16 ther lawyer if in the discharge of
. i Ant-l.Jk j anttm i linn frit f 1saui rotnnrJr
.wuj aa v oi i.i a ur ooihv uivuuvivoo ivut4M
boat his too active sympathy with the
faccusefl-These men stands beside me
sir, charged with all the foulest crimes in
;M renU' of humanity but popular
hold Our own in the enployment of de
nunciatory epithets, but we have lit
tle conception of the uses of that tact
ful delicate and good-natured ridicule
which is so effective an instrument in
the disparagement and discomfiture of
an Opponent. Our legislative bodies
arc hiiinbruni euought to suit a con
clave of rueful-visaged owls. In our
courts there are occasional flashes of
man who never prinks liq.mr. uea to- genulnc wit fron) ni) kindly sarcasms.
.. . . ' r a, ; We understand vituperation and can
tionally breaks any of God7 least com- ; . k 1 t .
mandmeuts, I went to church. He drove
two fine trotters, and wm)h we reached
the place of our destination. There were
some hundred and fifty people, more or
ess, out. The men gathered up in squads
and ialkcd politics. I Could frequently
tear the name "Wance," The women
talked alont : babies aud witches. Ex
actly at the apiMinted hour tlie preacher
ml I w .
came up walking last. lie was a tan
sleuder man, some where over the line of
thirty. He hud considerable beard on
lis face, low forhead, and thick set hair.
The only intellectual faculty in his coun
tenance showing development, was mem
ory. With artistic self-comnlacency he
niouuted the pulpit and rattled off a point
less sermon, with great rapidity aud wiud,
jnsc like a school boy conning over a
ard-lamt lesson. As he advanced he be
came more and more boisterous, and now
and then a fliug at other preachers.
Soon he closed the Book, and repeated as
a finish in English : Pater Cotter qui in
calls, &c. My curiosity was stirred to
know his creed. And having often heard
it said that the "Hard Shell Uaptist"
always preached .and sung all at the same
time, aud also run down other denomina
tions, I thought this must be one of them.
I interrogated an old lady, sitting by as
to the fact. - No, 'was her reply ; if there
is anything in God's earth that we do all
hate it is the Baptist. So I was left
I had seen or heard tbe proverb, Like
priest, like people. And, as I was at a
strange place, a good dpportunity was j cessions.
afforded Tor testing the matter, ror this
purpose I selected the inost intelligent
face in the congregation --a man tall, of
dark complexion, with the buiup of self
esteem prodigiously high. To one that
seemed to know everything, I put tb
question : What is that man's moral in
fluence in the community f The reply I
received was: He has none. Sometime
ago in giving evideuco for the State, in
yery suspicions circumstances, he fainted
on the witness stand in the Court-house.
My next inquiry was with regard to a
pale old man, whose hair Was perfectly
white. He certaiuly jwaa living on bor
rowed time. The reply was, That very
old. man is under indictment for selling
damaged cotton. With regard to the,
women but if I were a politician with a
very dull axe to grind by the dear people
necttcut it was 'not so great, and was
less in New1 York." (Letter of y Sam
uel Tenney, M. D.) In New Jersey
the lower cloud stratum was observ
ed, but was: not so thick, and in low
er Pennsylvania it was scareely db
served. It therefore extended'"all
over New England, .being mostin
tenselin the Northern, portions, and
t. .1 t .i ' i js I Msyit t, tc utuu auu ruue tt iiuuie.
mr nhniit thrPA innhos ohnt t lia loft I ; . w . . , w; V"r
i A - . ' "'v 1 . , I Had you been that sort of a fellow be-
J i 1 1 . : lore
nu prooaoiy entering ine neart pro-
was noticed j in a less ilegrce, i!New
York! and New Jersey. '
8. iMany scientists have attemped to
the jocular, but when they occur it is J account for it. Noah Webster, is his
like lightning from a clear sky and "History; of Pestilence Diseases sup-
about as rarely. Of them, the bench poses jthe atmosphere on this occasion
and bar of the Southern States pre- to have beeii charged with foreign
sent, perhaps, the most conspicuous matters emanating from the bowels of
examples. The ordinary State legis- the earth, sublimed by intense heat,
latures, however, area very dry af- These condensed, nd formed a thick
ducing death in a. very short time.
After the shot was fired Stack stag
gered along the road for about twen
ty steps and fell forward on his face
In the meantime his slayer, being al
Parker ami his victim, were neigh
bors and lived within twelve miles
south of Monroe.
The ojbl witness of jthe, terrible af
fair was Harvey Mangrum, who says
ine two men ran a snort race (on
horseback) about a half a mile back
marriage the probabilities are
that you would be sowing, on your
own1 buttons still. ! f
Don't make your wife feel that she
is an incumbrance on yop by giving
tier grudgingly. . What she needs
olina, died last'weck.
, . H , k ' ; r n j g'Ve as cheerfully us if it were a pleas
f on h ia horse, lcfuatfull speed u - t ' , . " ,
. . iM i , . i r ore, so to do, Sha Will feel better, an
iias, no doubt, taken refuge in ...
a ! i- r - s. fm- pr r- so will yon. f ? ? . .
rEmbxER'a ; Past. The: wtrjr
to make this paste, is mix halfapound
of butter, adding four eggs, a little
cinnamon,' to pounds of flour; and just
milk epough to form a smooth paste.
I The Patriot says- the' work : of fer a
dlng.'ihe Cape Tear and Yadkin "Val
ley Railroad will be begun by 100
2I)on'-medlejn'tuVaDliW of the cqnvicts at the Gfeensboso end of the
hotise under her charge. You have no road the 1st of Aay.
more riglt to be poking vour nose in
to the, kitcheu than sbe has to walk
! To Dye STBAW.Wheu you wish
trj colors straws for frames red. boil
into your place of business and give etootld Brazil wood in a Ivc of tt-
directions Xo your employees. r ash. and boil vour straw in it. Por
. I ft mf
Don't find fault with her extra va- bue take enough potash lye, ono
from where the killing occured i that iSE0?? a ribbon, etc., until you have pound of litmus or lacmus, ground;
tlie deceased claimed the best of the shut down on cigars, tobacco, beer, etc. dake a decoction, and then put the
race; tliat both were , half playfully I Don't leave-your -wife at home to straws in and boil iliem.
punching each other iu the side; with nurse the children on the score of econ-
their ellwwrjas theylrodeQalppg, and omy, while yoa bolt dowu town at
finally Parker struck Stack across his nights, to see the show, or spend a
hat with a short ridincr switch. uite dollar on billiards.
a r i
a light blow; whereupon Stack im- Don't, bolt your supper, and hurry
cloudy which "shut but the suu. The mediately BismbjunfedL in4 slirtej off to Spend evenings, lounging around
THE COMING HUMORIST. Biaicujcuv ui wvuer cyi-mmcaacoj un- wnaius x ai ireu mc lauci , uian- i away iruiii your wue. ieiure iiiorrmgc
Auar ! elmwa Ih-lf tho 1 1 rt rK II PS WftK I tnar n tllftfnl tTllllOtrlV .hrm ItH'. IVOntS unn win rin'l cnurni vmir ovoiimcra
w w . r- r. I I wa flrfMir.1 rT n 1 nil 1 I - I lin 1 nnninif-nquoAii nfMIVMinf na w wr- : airflrp I mmuhmIi iith
darkness was? precexlea: by common une oiow witn the switch was given. Don't prowl in the, loafing resorts
clouds, with a slight sprinkling oil btaclc, it is said, did not have; even till midnight, wasting your time in
t Sopreme Court DEcisios.-The
following opinioos, among others,
were filed by the Supreme Court
) E, Mauney & Son v W. II. Coit,
from Rowan reversed.
I A. H. Boyden va Joseph Williams,
from Cabarrus ; affirmed.
late years in our politics. We need a
revival of the comic. Who is the
coming man to answer this great na
tional want by inaugurating a regime
of wholesome hearty fuu in high
; Raleigh Farmer and Mechanic.
dovernor Graham, of noble memory.
? J, T)A mm.m.m. tkwWiA - f mm, . AAMinAII I A WWLmfr L I A It iwtttf T L A O f 1 I 1 I B l t i I . t V
ram. oww uc w.u.uuU . jv .. .Vu.u culpable idleness, icaviug your wue was a seventh son, and ictt seven-
cloud) and: the earth, there inter- have thus shot him1 down is quite a lonely at home to brood over, your sclns, all of whom are living an3: full
wAni nnotlinr oi-otiiri ti 9 r ivri m n rv 1 mvttprv ha tlipir mmmiiinn firntos Iia I j i .ir l-- I 'i L o i. fi.i Lfi
nlaees m The era of irood feel ine so 1 "rfc':" -i rr 7r " r , negieci anu iier uisappoiuinienu grown men, op niucu ior ngni nan-
- . - - - Ct I I . 1 . " I M xl l I I. . - . -I A i M. XI- A. A. A. - . 1
Innn fiitirllir hnrw-rl 7it nnA an nfton I S .. :
ness. As the strtum ad-1 had nu-idea that ejtber of th,e parties
vancetl the darkness co-nmenced and was angry;- - --J ' : ' -
:..AMa.1 vitli if. rkPTMvtvtcia fill if. enmp I , RtitJi the men wptp nhnni the mm
rl . .r .w. lA Ml IU An ACS m ill w A.U I - , ' ' ' - -. ' t
It k !i. U t vhttli lwl nrA.i. tnl I arrMv4. vpnra. Starlr I p-i vm a wife
vUlt IIGI.I Uv UI V7U il II I . , . 1 I i 1 !' I 't J . 11 I t-' ' 1 P
O I - 1 - : www. w eoAAnn I 4 nl rn a ' sMi Ii . I'u rlr or li-ia ; a unto
- , . J 1 ,r ! kj I -J O. ' I.
time OveiNpreaci. liie' uncoinraou aim two cuuuren. oiauh. was con
thickness of this second stratum was siderably intoxicated, and Parker had
,. "1 probably oecasioued by two strong also been dnuking. The parties had
Currents OI WlllU iniDi uie uuuinant i irt.i jjwv .tivuuo.
and westward, condensing the vapors On his way home Parker passed
and 'drawing them in a northeast several friends to whom he remarked:
rl.rww.f1nn " The exnlaiiation is that "1 have killed J-ee otack and am a
who can fill the bill. His name is , j u wo d:3tinct currents of ruined man."
Zebulon U. Vance. He is a wag ot the . . tht n. . mMvB iwo Bills have been scatterel by Stack's
a . TTT.Ir "'""P" v I . . ' . ... '
nrsiwaier. orain secret jo-e j- canooiea. the lower one-ftear brother, oBering a "liberal reward"
m m. m m m, a " H l
as other men's drains do ideas ot a 4, t . , .u0 for th nnnh;nn of Parker.
. ...... -tt t uie utdu ui!" cijr u.iiw. i -rr .
mere rationalistic Kind, lie can maKei aL.u w rtmr Tihl
i ia iik uai linen nna iii'tivvvt a t
up funny Ules all day long, and still Jti f.J , In n(Vthern Massacbu-
it all comes as easy to him as terra l jNpw fT.mn(lhrre anj Maine the A Biuxjkader Nabbed. The raid
. i ...... ,i.
long fondly hoped for and so often
foreseen just at hand only to leave us
about by sober companions and con
I : Ti r. ,w.,.. w.
ship have failed to initiate the reqiiir-
i 1 -
ed solid and
There is a mau from North Caro
lina in the Senate of the Republic
Don't think that board and clothes its and upright character. ; ' , J
are sufficient for all your wife does j A colored man residing in ; Win
for you. ston professes to have discovered what
Don't caress yonr wife in public niany have striven Ibr and ultimately
and snarl and growl at her iu private. l,c m perpetual motion. He has
Don't wonder that your wife is not a macnine oi some kiuu mat nas oeen
as cheerful as she used to be, when oh the go for six weesithoutstoii
she labors from early moru till lateat IDS
night to pander to the comfort and line A orfA iStote says Mayor Dod-
caprice of a selfish man, who has not son, of Greensboro, has received a
soul enough to appreciate her. letter from Dr. Lodoux, in whicli he
states that it is probable (at after A-
Glass Clothing. It may seem a P analyses oi the water oi pub- -
transparent falsehood to state that lie wells cauemade free of charge
people wear glass clothing, bnt this requiring only the sanction of the sec
sort of apparel may yet come into use- retary of the board of health.
Glass would seem to be about the last
smacks of the cloister. It is not studied
and elaborate aud odorious of the
lamp. The fascination of his fun is
dm . l- . - J
of my native aiaie, or a aevoiee or some . . . Rnontanietv. it, oricrinalitv and
religions ism, I would become lovingly . r , MY e r i
. .. i m.fi,-.n,npar .inexhaustible fecundity of the
shall not! convict them if lean
We should assume that they
are innocent till they have a hearing' at
least. And can any one refuse it to
'fthetui especially after, so much has: been
nuiu ajpiugi niese, oar buq. uui wur.njr
ftllpw katizeus f .. 't
i' In tlie first nlace. then. I enunciate the
Nbolcl and broad proposition that the trade
and consumption of ardent spirits are a
necessity of man's nature, and that al
,lof thts so-called temperance outcry
;inercly sensational, temporary and tran
Ew.ot.i4Tbe whole history of our race
provesjt. AH tlie fine-spun theories of
ouldbc philanthropists to banish war,
v, pestilence, faniine, ignorance, slavery,
liatenixerance and other kindred scions of
5 depravity from ! this earth have proved
'letter failures jn the past, and will con-
3 1 iiQue fb he fruitless of any permanent
sRood ia the fiitnre as surelv ns the sun
shioesl There is just as much bloodshed,
sickness, hunger, . destitution of knowi
ng6 bondage, dram-drinking, &c., &c,
subjective, and prove with mathematical
certainty that this noble people were
moving in the first rauks of civilized re
finement, that they were even now bor
deriug on the Elysian fields, and would
soon bo overwhelmed with inconceivable
glory, resulting" from their own worthy
actions. Jesxib Joxks.
ailing off a hg into the water tline(J by ;ght aud ere captured a mule team and wagon,
out of the rain. His wit never althoU2h there was a little light out loaded with 19 boxes of tobacco un-
of doors of a peculiar brassy hue, in stamped, near jooi springs, mis coun-
" I . Am.
the house no one could see more than ty, last Monday night, the property of
iii a moonless niirht. In Connecticut, I P. C. Bailey, of Davie county. The
where it was less intense, it seemed raiders had camped for the night, and
like late twilight. The Legislature about 9 o'clock Mr. Bailey came rid
was in session at Hartford. The House tng ahead of his team, and fell into
of Renrcser.Utives" adiourtiecl. the the trap before he was awaie of dan-
fed by perennial springs, ever full opiniorl beihgopenly expressed that ger, and all except; himself was nab
and always ruuning over. The read i- ti.p of iudirmenr had come. A bed, he making his escape. The team
imagination which generates it. His
mind is a vast resorvoir of humor,
1 now, iu the days of - Noah in fact,
i rather! more. Have the Peace societh
Sjnauc i oue, soldier less iu the national
arinautents t Htve the docters saved a
lifeu the Russian plague-districts t Are
jaot people starving now in the valley of
I the Kite T Are not twothirds of the
write ftheir bwu
States unable to
names t Are not the
forking classes in bondage to capital
Bervwnere T Have not the revenue
Vkst assed Ay tliat sainted set of thiev
lnS hypocrites, ; the Radical Congress,
caused, more lies to be told and more
tit 1 va af aIam c vv-.ouwl fli t1 mttl.
I uered more of: our poor, hard-working
imouiitineers, i and created more devil
i nent, deception and bad whiskey gener-
4 ally Ukjlu all! the distillers and grog-shop
I keeper ever thouclit of before f What
shave the Quakers! the Howard Associa
E tioris, the Cltaritable Relief societies the
, Lancasterian teachers, the Abolitionists, j tl
I tlieWashhictonians, the Sons of Tem- 'p
Calculated to Weaken our Faith.
The revised Bible which the English
scholars have been fixing up, it is said
wilr show that our King James revision
U full of interpolations aud false
structions, and errors of all kinds
feared by many pious persons that
new revision : will have a tendency
weaken the lelief in the inspiration of all
Scripture. The change from tlie old to
the new Bible will be very marked in
deed, so marked that mauy passages in
our present Word of God will be omitted
altogether. There is quite a difference of
opinion among churchmen as to the ad
visability of issuing this new edition, now
that it is completed. There is no dispute
about its being much more accurate than
King James1, which it is intended to
A Proposition to Endow a Professor
ship. At the next commencement of Da
vidson College, the second week inJ nne,
a stromr effort will be made by the alumni
of the institution to set on foot a plau to
endow a nrofessorshin. i The proiect has
been discussed at the annual meetings
of the association for several years, out
no nlan has been definitely agreed upon.
At last nieetiuir it was resolved that th
alumni make a special effort to secure a
large attendance at the approaciung an
nual convocation iu order that tlie pro
iect mat receive the impetus necessary to
currv it through. A special committee
was appoiated to write to each member
of the association and to urge his atten
dance. These are beintr sent now all
over the Southern States. Char, Ob.
ness of his inventive faculty in this wa-made to "adjourn the and spotts We brought to this place
direction is as marvelous as its fertili- 'uDjjiiVhenrtjbt. AbWhant, Daven- Tuesday morning in charge of that
ty. His quickness at repartee is ut- .rt arked, UI am agatnstan ad- intrepid raider, Millen WalkeV, and
terly unmatched. You can never jouriuent h-The day of judgment i one or two others of the service. Is
catch him unprepared. Go to him f 'j ff jtil noli there blockading profitable ? It would so
with a funny story and he will tell I U tio eause foT adjournnfent : if it is, appear, or people woulddesist. Per
con- ' yu on omem, a ueuer oue uu r cx to be found doing my duty, haps 11 IS engagea in ior ine iuu ui
. It ia a new one too. xxis manner, more- w:sh therefore, that candles may the thing. otaxesvine American.
tins-'over, is irresistible. . fjwjut.'V IThia islhe incident " ' -
to This rich store of irenuine humor is i,u cfprf'il fAntifnl version Rotled Hams. Boiled hams, says
d nil IVH mm. mm. .
Thirtv-seven thousand live hundred
dollars in State bonds were , received at
the State treasury Thursday frem one .
arty for exchange. 4-
thing to think of as clothing, but it is
nevertheless, true that glass cloth is
being made in Germany... If people
f Raleigh Observer: Ex-Congressman
Deweesein8itrouble. The police are af
ter him. Since lie left off carpet bag-
i i' 1 1 1 i ..i 1 1 ITHJK e uas aiicu. ins wu traiaic, wc-
who live in glass houses should not . , '
throw stones, it is to be hoped that f .. -
hail linvA einMied in (rl:iss mavtnveunl . -u .
. V " O zz J o t
Utah, &c., ozc. His wife No. I is now
pursuing him to recover jewelry which
she all leges he has stolen from her to
adorn Madame No. 2 with. s
( The Bonejj '31. WomenV
bonnets have always been considered
a; legitimate subject, for ridicule by
the opposite sex. In an old copy of
the Miners' and Farmers Journal,
the basis of Senator Vance's remarka- j 0f yvhittier in 'The Tent on the Beach." Arthur1 are nicer for standing in the
ble popularity at home aud the foun- phe darkness in northern New I Eng- water in which they 'were boiled, un
dationsaf his political fortunes. It is ianj lasted all day, and was quite as til cold. The outside does not thei
. ... . . I - ! i - a. . . Am. ' - I mm m m t 1
this that made hi m thrice Uovernor noticeable after nightfall as belore. in turn black and dry up, as when iney
of his native State, on two occasion s I tbe evening it seemed palpable, like are removed froinTlfie water to cool.
against immense odds." And now he I tUat j described iu the plagues of But remember to remove the lid off
has joked his way into the American Fvit. j "A sheet of white paper held jthe kettle, that the steam may escape
Senate. - ? within a few inches of the eyes was This should always be done in boiling
Vance has a great deal of oonAotn- equally invisible with the blackest anything.
!a, t finA olamonf nf lvni.ll in r I irolt'of. f . 1 I
-kt,fc -oww. nr.a A 1 XV lUrher- in his HisJ Col. ! JUMBLES. MIX one pouna oi nour,
tiiri what Uciillcl personal magnet- of Connectibut, gives the date May one pounu oi powuereu 8u5,
ism does. . There is no bitterness about 19, 1780, and in his notice of Stam- grated outer n o, a , -
himrTIis humor is' always tempered ford alludes to Davenport, and re- w n u
.rd the incident above narrated. wnisKea wima -i-
nimb. ' f U nt Wriiitive. the whole with four ounces of dtssolv
IT CUglvl B n-wuu. , "I I
mi . c. Li ;. ti:aiAml Rrwf;p-led butter, ana
uJm Unmt villwvtinn nf facts con- I Hpoonfuls
mj VI wVCi WW. .www. .- - i . . II
cerningt, the letter of DrOenny b baking tins, and put the jumbles
i; tl fr rh. mt interest) con- in a slow oven for twenty minutes.
Wje jiave answered
length than .usual on account
Sillil mWrnm-wmW MM MO V VT J ' '
by -good nature tnat is, it is good
natured humor. ' When' haj arraigns
Republicans, for instance, jit is as
something way of'yender and. the
present com pany is always cqurteous
ly excepted. ! . ' "":
-When the country hears from Vance
as it will doubtless before long, all
sections will fraterniee in one general
grin, and a unanimous laugh .will go
with the clerity of an electric flash
from one end I of the Union to the
jotner. Philadelphia Times.
their stone-throwing propensities, not
to mention snow-balling, and, if so,
the era of glass clothing will be hail-
ed with pleasure. The following par
ticulars for the porcess are translated
for the Detroit Free Press from a Ger
man paper by Herman Froeauff, of
At Guadenfrei the artist and glass-
spinner, A. Prengel, of Vienna, has published in Charlotte, of date of No-
established his glass busiuess, offering v.mber 2, 1831, we find the fol low
car pets, cuffs, collars, vails, etc., of ing in a local communication signed
glass. HeTiot only -pins, but weaves Argus :" ' '' ' "'
glass before the eyes of the eople. , '.'Ladies need 110 longer be afraid
The otherwise brittle glass he changes of being stared out of countenance; it
into pliable threads and uses them for ia the bonnet that a tracts the eyej as
making good, warm clothing. It naturalists admire th beauty of a
sounds like a myth, but Mr. Prengel shell without npticjjg the freehold
introduces certain ingredients, which iugjtsh that occupies it. Many years
his aresecret, and thereby changes the agO bonnets were in The form of a
entire naiure of the glass. He has J long tube, or steam boat funnel, placed
just finished a white, curly glas muff I horizontally, nt the farther extremity
for a lady in St Petersburg ; he of which the face of the fair wearer '
charges forty thalers (thirty dollars) might, in a clear day, be discovered
for them.' Also, ladies hats of glass, lke a bumble-bee in a pumpkm-blos-
with glass feathers. Wool made of com, or rather like a caf at the bottom
glass cannot be distinguishd from the of a well. In those days a gentleman
genuine article. Mr. Prengel's glass could not take a kiss, if it was offered
inventinns are something w extraor- Hin", without crawling intothetube,as.
dinary'and useful asclothing, etc., as Gen Putin an did into the wolf's den,
glass is a non-conductor, that it will with a rope round his leg." Some
probably cause ah entire revolutronin J wicked-AVit said it was this osculatory
If you have rheumatism, eat celery, '
it is said to be a right-down mr cure
if vou cat cnotikh of it. But even
question, and from the fact that the Lna.jpit star,
best accounts of thelienomenon are wilmington 8mm Myg Bol
not generally accessible. JV. r. Jour- d6n coloredr died in that city Thursday,
no of (immer'ec. 7 , at tbe verified age of W years. , -
inconvenience that caused the anterior -
extremity of the bonnet to expand
and assume the form of a coal-shuttle,
dr an inverted wheelbarrow with the
arra sawed off. Amateurs no longer
and blanched and farmers ought to df the ladieswhich affijnl floral speci
raise One hundred bunches where now mens that would make the. heart of
they ruite one. Linnaeus dance for joy."
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this more tft hg Nathan in ' New . Vorf -ow let J . r , - . ;
in., u.. luiKHni nia Aonn imnaii.o ami- yuuiuwi --. - ... w .. . , ,
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It .n1 oaH-vinv Piiuriiiild WHIU - .ii...;.. . .1.. - I nU.a ior luit'inirmv u nn the
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