Ai s walked of old t - '
? WSdir story fills :. : .U,
. nre passed byi many. a, shrine,,
lalavebeerofthec. r VI
1 -iilfelT mountain cedars green, f ;
I ri-n.r. fsh and fair, . j
rLall I VI ill I O w--- S
I Itirf tlum art our owm.v -
tl, Wandering race .that go! t
If Tlilije are
a III roil lili w..j ,i i, ' j a
1 .foinfvthA Mrfar snow
i -JSiaenclicd the desert sand.; , ; ; .v
I- 3m& the homeless heart that tarn
I MallWrthVhrines ttlieet v "
I fc their lone faith for ages librae, w
r iii ; - - " - ry' T
"Tor thrones are fallen, nations gnncr
I "Before the march of time; . ;', - '
ind wherc the ocean rolled alone,
t. Kvifstfn.s in" their prime,, ! ,
' giuce- iGentile plowshares maried. the
.1 xf. prow r ;
I -felon's holy lull , -li 7f3 BTiVf.?
I ffLeieare the Roman eagles now 7 : ,
f Vet 3 udah wauders still. .
l''lfjP';j ,-J Selected. ,
t :f HAYING A HOME, j ':'."7
S fella little MrsWeston hid been
: married three months, I went to spent
Ithllay with her. She wast- living in
1'a41&"enr, pleasant little house, in
f totriiich she moved after boarding a
i moatiiat a small hotel, during which
J time she funus!ed her prospective
I tfbuVlcI ami getting everything in
I;rca(lSi& for lioifkceping.
; 'itivi glad I lain to see you ; come
; rigid into tie parlor was her greet-
I lag, anu 1 loiiow':" ner 11110 i;er - uesi
Jopoill Aehially, I felt a chill steal
I intpj jlie very marrow." of my-1 lxmes.
I Tlie hlimls were all down, and it was
I as dark as: Egypt at first, but that was
1 sooh railed ied; ami I had a chance to
ooliaiotmd wlrile divesting myself of
I s!ia:ilhai and gjoves. .
I Vfhlit a stiff looking parlor;! eyety
1 chau" stood at just such an anale : the
iloc ajircro!l books ot poetry on the
centre-table were laid with the grcat-
isibn, one on the other; not a
I speck of dust, not a scrap of lint to
I relieve the terrible neicness of every -ir;thidg"Tlie'ic
were two siK)tles3,rarian
imaiibl yasca on the mantle, nd le
ttnhew. stood' a bust of Dickens,
I but there were no Autumn leaves, 110
;fqrlr fjincyl wjork no flowers in the
yasi,ctually Nothing which in tlie
llealtj icoiild relieve Ithe room of its
I tf apiearance. Xo one would
jwfejthat it liad ever been used by
bp7,i I-woudered ifM was the first
Iltl0 lad; stepped across the
We Weston seemed uncomforta-
l!Sle bolt upright on the sofa.
tJatTiti an dasy!-chair which be
s r ls name, arid neither of us seem
ff fnw what io say, though we
lefiltimate frTends. " ' '
t let's sit in here. saLI Nell
mmlrmi 1 nevPr N at home in the
' t'-i" : - J
tl fi1Lai -' I' arisweretlIt, would
f fj.ffiPaV thS8- -Tho -newness of
ifflVF, strikes a chjll , through
is Jil l; ' 'S 1 ' '
yr,. strikes a chjll through
If J"st f haMol,n 8aP' cricd
ejMli.lW'e; decided wjieuwe first '
''t.(i , t i 'mi
1,1"? 1lta8 if he-was
fNitiuf st behavior as stituv n h
. ! . E 1 . 1 Mw,v
its:' I it :. . . v - If
M i ; J ' ",,V4 wu
Ip ,? fur1 1 ca't imagine
tilffiil maUcr with the roor ;
ivi i iurnitiirp i wl l. ..L.i i.
al RrnasMa . Kt. .c.;.. i. t:i.. .t .i -
" - alwjays sit there.'
!f teffil was sotnethiug lik
e home !
NViV'Ji Pleasant Ititcheu with
(m . ' j . .
:fHrj 1 ?uppose it is a sign of pie- house linen to purchase, no water tax,
t,'Jp!jpTl-1.uuljA"Pr?Icr tl,e kitchen, no gas bill, no servautfs hirej But to
itejou mind! if I.took you 1 offset all there is no freedom or do-
. ,tupei, ujo oigaaughing at them. ; Lliey
its cage, the dozen or
plants in the sunniest;
open j sewingmachine
ni) hy7'i TMl ,s ucre, i-
ft ttlU'.fl eiiif - ... .t
tTWlts n tlcA
r"v-uu v lirk niCL'nr i.A : i . I-. I n l ..... . n l ..lt
?f tlIe tlirange noHvdu-1 with such VplafnimpIe article as
dirr- V i 0l,,ld blame hiui ? j ,V eood' dal of iudustry will soon make
"! " ' ,i4ni,iuiviu
big feather cushion.
'Now I feela
'And now I can lal said CNellieJ
I feel as-if my tongue was lied wheJ
I sit in the part or;
but of course I
ii . ,
can ask - casual
visitors ' into the
kitchen ; they wouldrfeer insulted;
Now please tell me,if you can what
isrme matter with that parlor?';
- The whole of the matter Jtliatyou
don't live in it I answered 7Ifou
had your bird, your cat, your 1 sewing
machine and your flowersfin ithere,
you would soon feel !at homi jn'tho
room, and find it pleasant ; litit six
chairs, a sofa, a carpet and a i small
Table jvitjra half dozeji .tjcelyl bouiid
volumes of poetry lyingn;, J(t don't
make a home habitable. Thenyqo
Leep the outsideblirtds closed Jajrultuc
shades down, makintr it lik-oi a Ann.
gcon all the time,
penetrates tlicre, and
always chill v."
The 8u ii f
I think it would be just as well, if
not-better, if we housekeepers dispen
sed with parhirs altogether $aid Nel
lie. 'What is the use1 of furnishing a
room which is to be Uept nice ibr the
sakcof a few acqnaintanres for ;whom
you care nothing, and who j call per
haps once a month, and stay about ten
minutes?' My friends can always be
invited intony kitchen or small 'din-'
ing-rooin,where we can be merry and
at ease. I don't believe I have ever
laughed in 4hat parlor. I believe a
laugh would sound out of place. And
what shall we do when it grows too
warm to sit in the kijtchen ?j The fire
will make it uncomfortable liere. in
Summer.' j J. M y
'Take my advice and move, your
flowers, machine and bird into the
parlor I answered. You are natur
ally orderly, and the room will uU
ways be uice enough tp receive visitors.
Don't keep an expensively furjiished
room for the sake of n few acquaHitauccs
whose opinion, good or bad, will- not
affect you at all. Ynir firsts duly is
to make a home for your husband, and
every part of the- house should be
home to him. In no room should he
feci ill at ease.'
; I believe you are right paid Nel
lie, who is never hard to convince,
having a very amiable disposition.
'And I will try your plan, and will
certainly let you know how it ivorks.
Having no mother or
sister to ad vise
for nivself in
me, I have to judge
Everything, and some
lines it is verv
naru to Know What to aeciue on.
-ii ii j .. ii.ii
There are so many duties anil annoy
ances in housekeeping that one is apt
to grow discouraged occasionally. But
after all, I like t better than board-
'One is never at home in a board-ing-houssT
answered, and j Ij spoke
from a sad experience j j
'I think the newly marrietl niake a
great mistake in boarding. They argue;
tlmtit U the easiest and the niosteconom-
coal and flour to lay In, nd stock of
X N-r uasws W mJ J
mestic comfort, and both husband and
'Iwif have to "submit!
itircsomi restraints. :
f.r Which thev have a
ing are never on the
I to all sorts of
f,r Which they have a partiqular Hk-
they could be easily prepared if they
were , housekeeping), aud thev miss
of a Joint ptoprie-
owu home. Then cora-
' - i . - i i i .
nlications in the shape of children
;ans8,'aiiu who wuuiu wuut unti
!'a.chiia up in a boarding-house 1 7 And
Li - , i ' i ti, L.,n.nt ow. V
iiti Lilt: J UVSI IJ. A UC 1TUU1CU Ulb IU1
ever meeting tor a -gooa taiK, wnicn
in tlie 'disduslion of
:Scandal,aud this is 0ujy fi ;apt tb
'afiect very seriously tne toue ofanv
s r i . '
vonian, even if he only listens aud is
not drawn into joining in itlwliich i?i
nine -. cases out of ten she will be.
When people say to me Ihey. can't af-
ford to go to liousekeeping, 1 feel like
laughing at them. ; They, meatt that
'thev cauuot bear to hum.filcl1 their
foolisirpridd sufficiently to keepiiouse
as their grandmothers did when first
married. r,They cou
d . furnish; two
attractive,' andj no real friends
-i . - - :-.t -. ii-
wiir yo joeir uycmu
people wiU resect them for their in-
6f their povertvl 1 - i" :'' f ' iV (-
wuai, meu me cry 01 tue strawber-
ry man was heard at the door and
Nellie sprang up and ran out td get
'twobbxes ibr a quarterleay!ntn(b
to digest f herv sensible remarks
Cardinal Manning .addressed an au
dience ojf about four thousand people
j-ecently j i n Li verpool on the in fl uence
of women. t Of all the powei 'upo
earth, he said, there was in tlie hands
of mothers and daughters and Vistrs
a poweriwhichcimld control thegreat
est strength of man, andahisjw5
power of good example, of a gooddil
of true Christian love, the persuasion
of their patience in Waiting until the
faults of those whom they tried to wju to !
betterwjjys should be wiped out Men
might reason andwrangle, and might
convince one another ; but they had
not the jpower of persuasion that a
mother or sister or daughter possessed
over a son, a father or a brother.
They could sometimes do what priests,
could not. The good Bishop of Ferns,
who had gone to his rest, had told
tlkcm that he had often seen women
kneeling beside men and taking the
pledge along with them, for the pur-
pose of giving them courage and4mny spe:ik all tlfe modern tongues, if you
strengthj to tnat wmcb J"any of
them wejre so cowardly that they dare
not promise to do. Many a man had
been brought to heaven and the sac
rament and a holy death by the influ
ence of wife or mother or sister. It
was mosit certain that the character of
man was formed for life by the moth
er, and he had rarely known a good
mother who had a bad daughter or a
bad son Speaking of drunkenness,
he described it as the sin of the Chris
tian world, saying that among the Af
ricans and the people of the East
drunkenness only came in when we
brought ii. During all the time he
spent abroad, in France, or Italy, or
Koine, Uc never saw a drunken wo
man, though here and there a drunk
en man,jbut very few. When French
men and Italians came over to Eng
land they often,. for the firt time, saw
men and women drunk in the streets.
Towards the conclusion of his remarks
he comljemiicd the employment of
married jwomen outside of their own
households, saying that when a wo
inau. married she entered into a sol-
earn conjtract for life "that she would
give-her! time to her husband, her
home anid her children, and ifshetlid
not: do s0 it destroyed the whole do
Cost of the "Know How.
There was much gumption, according
to Harper's Magazine, evinced by that
particular ? darkey whose master was a
surgeon, Who had performed on another
darkey an operation requiring a high de
gree of skill. This latter darkey was
well-to-do, and the surgeon charged hint
twenty-five dollars for the operation.
Meeting the doctor's servant afterward,
occurred this dialogue :
Pat was a riiighty steep charge of the
doctor' fpr cutting on me tndder day.'
How liiuch did de boss charge ?'
WelK iulinsV he charge me twenty-five
Go 'long niggah, dafP ahi'tr much
charge, 1 M . , ; , . v--:-U
-Welllie wasn't more 4t an three orfoa
.loin' it. and I tink five dollars
was all he oughter took. ..s j
IiOoka-heah, sam ; yon don't un'stan'
'bout datt'ti ug. You see, de boss iaf eto
speind'a gicat many years larnjn? how ta
usd-dCkiiife, an'- it cost himj heaps
..,mi.r d fact nmrfateoTilvcITarcre
money ,6w de fact am datlie only clTarge
xsxi fnek dollars for; de operation r tie
ho charge for' do' i-htft
his distresses, and promising to re-
r' i - ' ----- - - -
rrmrif tl.fi mmittanoes were continii-
ed. Wrhjen he"failcd to get whaHie
wanted he resorted to stratagem, and
wrot(TKsad letter to' his father ieiring
him that he was dead ami. wanted mo-
v -r ., , . 1
tiey for the f u n ere 1 ex penses.
Ill fares the land, tlmsteningillaa. prey,
Where wesilth accumulates and men decay,
Princes a no lords maytlourisn or may iuae,
breath can make them, as a breath ha.
But-a lnJd peasantry, tneir connrry s
pride, ' .
When nco destroyed ean never be snp -
-ColdsinitlS$ "Deserted Village."
' - v - - - r ' r Ft v
f )uujSA;ffP Vi iiJ y quisof Bute in 1 806, andthe crown
tanceTfrom 'home4' had ' been stopped H 6( ptoU M a8toi ;
. -. .m n I in V7 I IflL'll FE 111 I I . I
wrote" very f urgent letters, telling; of ;peau Stanley, who, togethcr.wi
Mid-1 nyu Ai?Mf.kX -Idt ai 1
j,.,At the oimepcement at . Charlier,. In
stiiu?, Dr. j Irnaeoa Prune spoketo the
jiuijnyilfsdo apeak.ta yoa live inint
sau opjy tive Jittle ayihe said,
m!,!a45li? " i w i1"nate
;! W WrPia ty, scu
tie a shipM rai soalirie,error jor :a
tZtZ .7X7 ' r V ' fJ -
tnv x fAl I." la ilAha in n minitfn in.AM,l 1
moaient makeAiioJXfiWjof life. Get
hI .Teiatedlihsiij etuember that in fire
mlniitea yuuiutir destroy ytmrgooduame,
fill your sdul .with nndylng' remorse, , and
bring with Borrow your father gray hair
to. the'gTavft.' But ifyoa can do so much
evil; Bb yoalinayido a miglity sum of good
in fire minbten.
IMYfcfihnay4decMte to live for nsefulnsss '
i L .i - i .t. f
and honor. lEvrjthing; hang on that i
Vr t L , i , . k
choice; and it raav be made iH live xuitx- f
i J, i f ,
Take care of the pencp, and the pounds
:n - 1 i 1.1 '
ill take care of! themselves; take care of i
the minutes and jthei hoars are safe. I made
a little book in this way : in the Wakfast
room were pen, (nkahd - papery - and if,
when the hoar for breakfast came; all was
jiot ready,' lhite a'few words' tor lines,
kis time" allowed! f T!i4 book was fiuislied
land it had been finished scarcely a week
before I heard it had saved a soul ; it has !
'saved many since. It did not cost me one
minnte that would have been used for any
Five miuates in the morning, and as
many in the evening, will make you the
master of a pew language in two or three
years. Before yu are i middle age you
will but improve; the spare minutes of the
year now llyiug by.
Minutes ai-e more than jewels ; they are
"the stuff that life is made of they are
diamond stepping stones to wisdom, use
fulness and Wealth ; the ladder to hea-
- - ' i j
It will not take five lhinntes to do Ii
good deed, and one day Will make a life of
honor and usefulness, with glory beyond
Tlte Shalcr Manifest.
The Cave of Machpclali.
The object of greatest iuterest in the
Mosque of Hebron, concealed beneath its
pavement, fit is! the double cave," or
JMgji-hjtelah, the oldest known burial place
iu the world. Here the three patriarchs
and their wives (except Rachel, who is
bnried beneath a little white mosque near
Bethlehem) sleep. Joseph'sbody, too, is
said to have been removed thither from
Shecheni, near Jacob's well, where his
tomb is still shown, There never has
been any doubt about the identity of the
spot. Such 'caves are as everlasting as
Qie hills to which they belong. The sto
ry of Machpclah is singularly tonching.
With what solemnity and carefulness did
lather Abraham acquire this his only
property inthe Holy Laud from his heathen-friend
Ephron and make it 6ure for
ever by that first legal contract recorded
in history, j (Gen. xxiii :3-20.) The
scene conies back to us in all its cir
camstantial (details, as Dr. Thomson shows
so graphically froni his own experience
of bargaining among the Orientals of the
preseut day. How pimple and impres
sive is the record of the successive inter
ments of the! patriarchal families aud the
burial of enmities between brothers over
the gvstves of their fathers: first Sarah
was buried, (Geu. xxiii:l, 1110,1
Abraham by Isaac and Istimael , (xxv :9,
10) then Isaac by his sous Esau aud Ja
cob ' (xxxv : p -29)' ; and last we read ' tlie
ilt-iiifr reo nest of Jacob in Ec.Vli't : "And
he i. charged them and said unto them, I
aai to be gatlieicd unto my people:. bury
me with my fathers' in the cave that is in
tne neiu oi ipnron rue liuiuie ior po
session of a.jjburiedi place. Thei-e tliey
buried Abiaham and Sarah his wiffj there
they buried (saaciaud Bebekhli his wife;
aad there; I dHedrileah xUxi-ai;' j
j From the time of its jiermaueu t M ussel-
, muti occupation in . 11S7 to 1862, the
ir ! mosque was jnost jciilously closed to all
i t .-- L . i ;-Ji' in... r..t...1nl ta
.oni jioiiauimeuans, uuu wic in,tir o
clpscstilllsPievjous to that year we'
had but three -brief and, confused accounts
of stealthy visits,' especially by a Span
renegade AH Bey. ; Even the Mosque
of Omar, aujl f the Mosque of ; Damascus
were open tot foreigners before , that of
H!ron. At. hist, bv a special firman of
tbeSnltau arid after a great deal of trou
blew the i'riuce of Wales was admitted "to
the interior iu January, loo2, the Mar
- . . ' I I
Prussian Uousul, ur. iiosenr a leuuieu
i archologist, accompanied the Prince of
Wales, has given us a very interesting ac
cuuut of this vuit.
From it we earn fthat the patriarchs and
their wired have separate shrines, en
closed with' irrates or railhigs, bat they
areempty 'cenotapliS PX )uoh'u iucu ts ih
honor of the dead ivho lie beneath. 14 The
6lu iue xf i J Abraham aud Jacob .were-
kliowi tathe isrf ML bat not 1 those ; of
FM.. $"".'T-"Tt "r
pli AMKuau;Wa f auwnti : ut7
- dians grtianded aloud, aau wieir cniei ru-
tharked :-niie nHuees ofant bther na1
- ,?Xtl - x .Vu ,nfovyvaeiidbodv
: ... ,.
soiiucr than enter.?, t But to the eldest son
of the Qneen we are willing ; to accord
Victoria even this priTilege.wa Then .. he
offered an ejaccnlatory cprayer to Abra
ham ::,0 friend of God forgive this in
trnsionA: . Isaac1 shrine tliey i were ; not
permitted to enter for the singular? rea
son that, while Abraham, who interceed
ed for the wicked inhabitants of Sodom
and Gomorrah, was fall of kiudues4 and
would overlook an affront, Isaac was pro
WbiaHjr jealous arid might resent the 11
The most sacred and interesting part of
the mosqne, the dark subterranean -; cavecountry sent thein mefae with which "sy
itself, which contains the remains of the
patriarchs, was closed to the distinguish
ed visitors, and could only be i seen thro
a small hole in the parement: It is un cer
tain whether even the Moslems enter tlie
Machpelah.r : Once, tliey say, twenty-five
litimlr1 rmrt Ann uwnnMftU mm(
. . . Z, T
king entered; bat returned blind, deaf,
.4r i V i j - a- ' , .
wiLhcrcd, sind crippled " Sinqe tlienti the
t , , , , . .
entrahco aaclosed,and only, the aperture
, , , t A , , .
and a lamp be let flow why 4' chain upon
. n . , 1
iuu grave. jr- ocnajf.
, r-. . ' .
There comes a time in uyoungj
man's experienced i when it suddenly
dawns tipoiV his'youthful 1 "trimd 1 that
life is stern and reaV,! and tliat only by
the severest labor and great self-deui-al
can he hope to accumulate even a
modicum of wealth. Then he prompt
ly marries a girl with a wart on her
nose and goes home to live with her
sixty-thousand dollar parents.
George Augustus Sala is coming to
this country at once, it is said, for a
winter tour in the Southern States.
Trade Mark Laws.
The Supreme Court Declaring Them to be
Invalid and Unconttitutional.
Washington, Nov 17. The Supreme
Court to-day decided the case of the United
States against Emil Steflens and Adolph
Witteman of New York, and W. W. John
son, etal. of Cincinnati which, are prosecu
tions for violations of what are known as
the trade mark laws. The cases came be
fore the Supreme Court on certificates of
division from the Circuit Courts of the Uni
ted States for the Southern District of New
York and the Southern District of Ohio.-
fhe question upon which the judges of the
lower courts were divided in opinion, is,
"whether the acts of Congress on the sub
ject of trade marks are founded on any
rightful authority in the constitution of the
It was maintained by counsel, who sought
an affirmative answer to this question, that
there are two clauses of the Federal consti
tution which furnish a sufficient warrant for
the leirislation in dispute. The first is the
eighth clause of section 8, article 1, which
provides that Congress shall have power to
pass laws '-to promote the progress of sci
ence and the useful arts by securing for lim
itcd times to authors and inventors the ex
clusive right to their writings and discover
ies." With regard to this point, the court
holds that the ordinary trade mark has iio
necessary relation to invention or discovery.
The court is, therefore, of the opinion that
such legislation is not authorized by the
constitutional provision concerning authors
and inventors and their writings and dis
The other clause of the constitution relied
on to support this legislation is the third o
the same section Which prdvides that Con
gress. shall have' power "to regulate com
merce with foreign nations and among the
several States and with the Indian tribes.
With regard to this the court says that this
legislation contemplates the establishment
of a universal system of trade-mark registra
tion for the benefit of all who have already
used a trade mark, or who wish to adopt
one in the future, without regard to the
character of the trade to which it is to be
applied, or locality of the owner. Such legis
lalfon is, in the opinion of this court,' in ex
pfsa of eoncrressiona! power The court
wishes, however, to be understood as leav'
in the whole question of the treaty-maxin
power of the general government over trade
marks and the duty of Congress td passiany
Saws necessary to carry' such treaties into
effect, untouched. The question in each o
these cases, viz : whether these statutes can
be upheld in whole or in part as constitu
tional, must be answered in the negative.
and it will be so certified to the Circuit
Under the provisions of the laws which
have thus been declared unconstitutiona
about 8,000 trade marks have been register
ed at the patent office, and about 200 appli
cations for registry sre now pending.
Home Front Liberia.
From the Charlotte OTaerrer.
Several colored families from this county
went to Liberia on the ship Azor which sail
ed from Charleston Easter .Sunday.-1878,
with a large number of colored people ion
board, and many , others wanted to go .but
could not. To, s the friends of those .who
went, as well as to those who were so warm
ly interested: at one time in the Libcrian
exod us project, it will be interesting to know,
that the bark 3Ionroria arrived at New York
last week, having .left Liberia September
21st, and thaUt brought, eighteen, colored
passengers; a part of the Bhp'Ioaaearnei
out by the Ar. We copy now frWihl
mWorthel9th:a vtm i Voi
-'A soon as the returniiiznirlmarnV.
ed; in New Torfc they wew'" ej
tne cars and started at once forrth4if eld
homes in SoutCarolIiiiresterdir"Cap
Richardson gave a reporter ra iny details pit
...v.. ia eturj i sunenng ana uniisppt
neis, only thevopenirig-; chapters'or whicl
hate beenlpubllshed 1 in!thiP country.
ayefal single a'JoUsJi Their ends In th'is
--"o f j iuviuucu tui cc lauiiiies ana
i'"ws uw;no inrir oia nome. Tnet
say there's not one of theAxorVparty'ti
ne of th& Axors party 'that
would not gladly come back if thy could
raise fands for the journey.- & more disced-
icDisa, raisers Die lot or people can1 nardly
l i . l
uc imsginea tnantnofe unfortunates, whbJ
frvn'Ttl - 1 : ' ' A- '4 ' I
.wmuvi uisuj uiuru gTyei man nomes
i.a the young colored Republic. u '""tl
Vlt will bo remeinbered ' that of the iO
xodisU who started cea the Azo twehtylj
uu uiw wr ibc-k. oi proper proviaiOBS tot
heir healta. and comfort before they'reacli-
ed Monrovia.- Somethirty-orforty have beei
sble t6 return to this country; Of the ihrefe
iiundred and over rein ainihg! there' are how
only, about sixty persons aim." 1mI
Shaltn to fr Center.
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San Francisco, November 18.-An" ex-
plosion occurred in Tunnel No, 3 on the par-
row-gauge railroad from San Jose.to4t
Cruza early this morning From the
gre accounts thus far received it seems that
a blast was letoff ab'outlOO feet from the
mouth of tl tnnnrf. h?.h nnnA . .
at the time. Immediately about twenty
more Chinamen rushed i
torches to aid their comrahes; and when
they had penetrated about 1,500 feet their
torches caused a second explosion'
lent than the first, shaking the mountain to
its centre. The white men-Lindle, ana
Johnson-were brought out terribly burned
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inrprl AariAfir as an lua ln.pn.1imn.tli!iL
Phin.m,n r. VSII.,1 Tl. . A -J t
plosion wrecked the engines and works. !
scene from San Jose
ble is beinT done for th Kiiff.rpra
From additional reports concerning , the
explosion it seems that three explosions' oc
curred the first at 11:50 p. m., the second
at 11:55 p. m., and the third at 12:20 a. m.
The men were changing shifts at the time of
.the first explosion. Seven Chinamen have
ty-four dead remain in the tunnel' A Chin-
aman named Ah Wo, was taken ul, barn-
ed about the chert .and injureaMnternal
xt r . , ; . . . . iii 2- I
!uc was iuuuu ucau in ins muia na iiuur mi-
terward, strangled with a silk scarf. .The
Chinamen say that he hanged himself,' hat
the indications are that he was strangled by
his friends to put him out of his misery.'
There is a terrible scene of suffering in the
camp, and ruin all around the route of th
1. The cmrine for pumng'air isfdis-
oines arehmki-n. hada wrxlti.dtid
broken timbers scattered all around.- The I
gas prevents any attempt to recover the I
bodies st present. The work will be delay-l
ed for months.
Colored Emigrants. ,
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f m fifirfy fef;
! About 1 o'clock yesterday somd fifty -or
sixty colored emigrants arrived hi this city
from North Carolina. Upon arrival at the
wfc- - 'it
lh party proceeded Id the office of thsEm-
igrant Aid Society, at No. 934 F street, and
requested assistance in continuing their
joftrney westward. Some of the emigrants
i , 1. .x. fiv 1 j '
had been able at the time of their departure
from home to purchase through; tickets tcj
theiidcstination,butpyfaAhe larger number
k them lacked sufficient means' to.continuJ
L. . , ' rru"' " :
their journey from this place, The. sock's
funds at the present time are qjiitejimitedi
out the emigrants were made 'comfortable at
the Baltimbre &'Ohio depot &Vit$$&
and an'etort1 wmte msde toj to' piyVdJ
eacli of the destitute ones w U pnrkns
ticket to nortlrernthatana'wereBendran
f 'i'.MliiVl- f.f.il'1-L '.Jiyi'JI
corresDonaenis 01 me socieiv are sccunnir.
homes and employment
tinder its auspices.
They are clean intelli
i a ..1 n. "sli-
nlosion of the Erases nnratpl h fth
ering of coal oil through the roof apsides tt ' IT f? r
of the tunnel. Twenty-one Chinamen Jcv o see i the , creditabk WPaPf
two white field, and ihop pro4cUiitfi
r w .m .umuw i
DU Will "IH uciutfc iu aiij wj uuui WUriIi!ri'il7: : si I'' p.-t . r'l . l 1U;
. -vv ' ' i'. . : f'Jf a.V'iJI frktn- iirT vTia sxtiniT nrwif-rt aL'A tn ftiir
they may locate -AiVw ; ,K?TT
t We are informed by a rentlemaa 'Jrim so motion.' oWvefaliofrte.Urce mills aft
Lancaster that Mr. James C. Adims, the
husband of the maniac mother, Is lying in a
critical condition at the residence of his
father in Lancaster county His ' indispos?-
tion was occasioned by the fearful shoctne
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received wherr informed of the hotriWe
work, of his wifej I Our informant says thkt
lA..iA af nkMtor Bulhtntimjum . ii W
when ne last ncara iroin njm nis me was
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1 1 mm nnvTr- ri w iim w m aw. rpiHirLH a ih u 1 17 ii
jar accident : Zim Anderson a colored man',
liring on the plantation of Mr. VL M. Dodds;
received a w,mnd from the accidenUbdiii
Charge of af pistol lasttiTaesday. He was
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i rawing water, wnen .ine winaieas sunoea
downward lodged below the kntfe eajc
out 01 m nanq ana strucs; a pisxoi wnico 1 ?
was in his piatol pocket The: bam enttoed H6&fif2 JroVCteu
the fleshy part oi the . thigh, and ranging j Produced the' mammoth
aA GTisttmbeiof ourjchlremi :
en4ojra tpamaju Jtw.eeltond
we saie oj tne personal property oftbliae
um u ii . Axrrpupi ine xargest Tanners
U the cUT)ty.,Thj side lasted thronlrthrt
daj 'm4 .was .$lie1VggeiitIiiciiQklB.t
t&m tqriarpunf sine? auiepjuiiM
J t?n acrt jofilelyith4
from the auctioneer did not know what
was heingi Jfnokid; wjiundef-thfliam?
from, a, mils to a t?ile and Ajaajjfnra
The bidding was lively and Jfjifitedrwd
prices ran . up soJL that the auction r
fotia4xrpulto ktf funpn e ! jl
MU& iitlliJour mpnUjsolcf lf2jmHi
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t, aau uwi pnco,pia fjjrgwii
$70. Six hundredJmshelsjof wheat wtfs
pOO. 'iTbecash came down .for eTerythiag
on the spot and taking it on the wnoTe. thu
was a sale thelike of which i sildomcrfn.
Buyers were mere tromall parts ot the atAte.
The Greensboro delegation came back em-
nunarea mousana yoicrioiinc- xxv
cratic party coulcTeiic Northern State have
f? J V? c? 7i3SS
DUll-dozed, they look ko to e th$r-
ed with noisy and twell a dresaekl t tetTfa,
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cards is no longer forbidden. . Ijdoei not
now render them onmailabe. out correspon
dents are cautioned that sueh writings may
confuse the direction of the cards ana pre
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runt their nmmnr nliwprv
. Mail matter pf anjf class may be Yorwacl
ed from one office to another Vithoutadai
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second, third or fourth class matter, provfd-
ed the postage shall have been fully bfe
paid in the first instance. .
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, s .Fight .in the Atlanta, t Roluso lMIL1'
Atlanta, GaV, Nov. l.--To-.day a tembl
fight took place at the rolling taill -De
5weeD,fuF eraI,loJe alwal waes on one
lWe ayounilman named HarHrsMbf A.
I. IIarris,:and David Reld lorematf fthe
Pawrn cepartmenrr pn wie - oxuernswe
wfere two1 orothers namedrfSlieats.i Be1d
nrea several snots at tne cneais ormners
without effect, when Frank Sbeata struct
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IReid oU the head with a scantling, infllct-
ing apalntnl wonndf. Harrfa'thetfltl'llk
Edward 8heatsrtbe4fead, crushing his
akuB. Edward ffiheats caa not Mv?rAU
thpttrt!ea-4tu4er wreaU.iu aa
V '"' f' ' V M;tt
escape frbm death occarredf at the Stantfn
shaft this afternoon. John McMatort was
asccndihg tb shaft wheii a'trock wlga.
mg eighty Wrednd
tOP distance of pvejr six hundred feet,
inking tliei carriage oh which he stood,
driving 4Mt throogli arwoooeri partitIon.'
Tfc track" and carrirfe WCie otterly de-
ab&. 'He then' i imbed tin? Iadde?T sCr
Iiundfeoffeet,1 having; Vuthe'artii'toaid
hlM and'feaiaeil thefott- NothlaliEelt
f " ' k?t
Pt W watWitrnt lltttc,tW
mnrh known WflnsA..lhA Chinese anin.
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ABad Bset CBoriii'a-In.aoi
bv17.A 'Paris 4 dispatch iafs : Thi
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antUhe price of anga has- sensibly risen:
Manvefineriea have come to a stand-still,
'and nearly all areTikely to termfnafcellleir
1 ojperauwnw vj mccuu vi uctriuwu
1 fraalUjoft lheeropls tinferioTao
1 auaatity defijcjent,f fH?tl! fuiia 1
- Chasdlks's Shoes, X3o BEoetxev-DQ
tl'e' anpoiotment of, &uiat-, U M
Chandler's !lace. "Tlitj Governor. to-Jr
1 spiwiuhw wwut. urur v , iim lu vm
I fill thm-rmkar "'rn'.!nl
gonrd. It ateas-
ures 6 feet 8 inches in elrmfefenca.-
sales of the first dav alone amounted to f 3.-
. I mvavA an1 r mti mtk (hnir Air n frit n Tim
lor tnose sent, outx o.T,if"XiD " Tl t , "
4 " iCTon.iu uie vnenr.noweyer, )s auorstnis
gent looking people,! I ear. anu .it is Ngmw ue ueency
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