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XI, THIRD SERIES
SALISBTJEY, .11. C.i .FEBEUAEY 28, 1880.
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JaBLIsIiED IN THE YEAB 1833. -
p PRICE, $1J0IX ADVAXtK. ' ' .
FEBKUARY 80, 1880.
l inonlb t ot's Da's . 1 1 Da's
1M i $.B0 3.50 j$5.J0 $8.00
3.00 4.50 ,ft.5 J. 1.60, ,11.00 ,
4.50 .oo T.6o i uo, axw.i
-fln 1 7JU) . 9.00 I 13JM) ISftrt
ztrtCoial PnOTiinoni, Lronclutis,
KSTana heal tlw Ilembraiiq f
!L f Dn. iBDamcd and poisoned
bXS bic&m naladn It is only
fi& to liate tho xlrht remedy,
JhIxtS BALSA 51 is that remedy.
S JESPAlil OP. KELIEr, for
Kg benijii jspeeific if ill cu;e yon,
fci thonyn yroiessionaim ?
Ui'4 fenpft'Jo 'Salve heals hum.
Cnrlolto Salve sores.
jlrkrif' rrwite onvvo
Brkr' I'nrholio Salrn heals jthifples.
ilk for tlory, Talto Ho Otier.
j tir EEWARS OF COUNTEKTETTS. 3
BY ANNA MASON.
'Kitty, my dear,' said Qeorge Hwtb,
gazing fondly at his pretty little Wife ;
'you've often heard me speak ofjj my
friend Will Howard Vl- haven't seen
him since I've been a married roan,
and now he's coming to pay us a visit
and to become acquainted with my
precious little wife . j r 4
'Indeed 1' responded Mrs. Kitty,
elevating her L eyebrows,! ; while J her
dimples gave emphasis to her words.
'When will this best beloved chum of
yours arrive ?'
v. In time for our Thanksgiving din
ner, dearest, probably the evening
were impossible that sensible persons yotf would. ;You remember how your
could hold two opinions on t such a eccentric lectures usee to amuse us
ieuows at conege j we propnesieq in
He wasn t more than half aware of those days that you'd marry a perfect
how much he did say, nor of . how . butterfly. tZfpti ?z Daniel come to
disagreeable it might be to Ditto, who judgment' in the whole erowd of ns !
received his lectures with pouts, laugh- After alL your ideas were not so bad.
ter or blushes, as the case might be.. Eyeryromakish't as pretty as your
Yet t.ln tia hearts he was reallv -wifeT though j nMr Knvj and. hv .Tnv f
pra of his wifeVelent and ladynottmanycouldrstond that sort of jSS? -.
,.. a i j.t mi l t- ; - i(-.,t - I weltn n State. Thousands may to
like anncaranee. ana admired the nkill thine " 1 , i lJi.s . . . . . "
"Fourteen hundred wives" have peti
tioned Judge Scadder, of Monmouth coun
ty, New Jersey, to give liquor licenses
only to keepers of summer hotels! - Pnn.
I ny 'ladies! They would save their own
liusoanus rrom the evils of intemperanoe
but it does not worry them a particle
that other people's husbands should
drain the intoxicating cup. They confess
that they are willing to do nothioc
like appearance, and admired the skill 'thing !'J
and ingenuity which could make a j .i'Will,' replied George, solemnly,
little go so far, and would have been . 'my wife never dressed like that in all
to their seaside "resorts and drink them
selves blind, and they will never say a
word, but they will make it impossible
. Here 'George Heith paused and
took a deliberate and comprehensive
survey of Kitty, as if he'd never seen
her before and was determined to im
press the lovely image on the inner
vision of memory.
Then he added:
'To my way of thinking, you're
sufficiently pretty, Kitty, without all
those gewgaws and gim cracks ijn
which your feminine soul seems to de
light. I'd like to see you try 'sweet
simplicity' for once.'
'Perhaps1 I vill, dear, just to please
you assented Mrs. Kitty, prettily
highly indignant at any one else who her life beforeShe must have done it j R? the" for tt" dear hubbies to get a
should venture to call her taste and oi ptrnlsh? me f he "adilttL looking dP-f8 ere ever such a case of prin
. , .. , . . x. , ; . .., m " to pic killed by policy T
judgment in dress into question. ludicrously like a big naughty whip-, j
A Man With Two WivesF f
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A Wottta TtlUa Pitiful Storj of Ikseriioi.
Yesterday, a woman with atMld'iriliern
Calhous's Watch. A grandson and
namesake of the statesman John C Calhoun
is keeping a saloon in St. Lonis. lie tends
his own bar. A brother of his has a law
office opposite to Ben Hill's office in Atlanta,
ua. The St. Louis saloon-keeper has a I nrmm T - t'"V-VfJ '
'Ua t.-, -.-v. . . arms applied to Justice McXmcli for
manT iT E'rfVlTSJr rS arrant for a man by tlie name Wni
t " old-fashion, open-faced der McManus, whom she alleged . wakW
fani te cold cases, made in Lirernonl .ti! t..-, , . . - , Tfr.
weighing si ounces.. On on. side of the .f .JXZj'I'
C, and that during last January her hus-
cases is an engraving of a dog chasing a
rabit, and on the inside are the words "John
C. Calhoun, born (S. C.) March 13,1782.
Died, Washington City, D. C, March 31,
1850." ! ' -
band left home with two of hia sontV one
of them i3 years old, the first born of Ave
children taking two bales of cottoa taXe
sold in Monroe. The bovsi returned t a
Death of tuk Lightsiko pRoor day or 80 ad reIortod "tht tlieir faUier
Reader. John C. Robinson, well known ld cotton in Monroe an4 ;eut
as tlieVliIrWnirnroofrGadi.r."wafinn,1 tLem backi oce then she luid not heard
But Mrs. Kitty didn't know all this ped boyi 'I've worried the Uor child ! iAm.imvA t n dead fn'bed at his residanee in vnnW.. I botti bun .until a short .tim.o-.asow4spmo.
and for some time had been planning fearfully, I suppose. Ij shall own up There was a warm discussion In the Yir- burS' N- Y- Wednesday morning. For M"0118 returned from Charlotte to, Wax
I. i. xt i u -.rt:'ir 1 mn &nito w-i I manT veara he trait . nrnnf rin nn tii I --....u. u.c,
i.uw vu cucuw uure. uw uc kw u .wv,anu ucgrr Furuon : f - - "r1"'' Wu v "Li " " V . . : " and that he had married anotlifeFWhan.
. . tinn vfAM.st li. i a i xinw i (irsK mnunj'- in riAitinnanniv man. i . -
Will Hnwnrd stared tit him iIontlf J r. x ui&ersoii, iorcioie re- -"
for a moment.
came . clearer!
peal if laughter,
opportunity ftr carrying out a naugh
ty plot. ' -
JDt was the day before Thanksgiving,
ami -Mrs. -Kitty had been very busy
compounding goodies and dainties
for the morrow. She had put her small
house in exquisite order, while as a
special compliment to the expected
was fain to join.
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I lllMTrint.it Im ursia . maraal TT- 1 T.--l. a. ewu sue CUU1U, IB HJUQWW mm lO
then ; asithe Joke be- ! "'l? u ?enuraen m7.r JXVI this city where she found that, it,
... . i . . I wjusiimuon aoousiiing ine capitation tax I uitwcj vjcuci i . ; -
to him liei burst into a 'nn.iifi f.tu.L.. , Smith's and other crabbed mannscrinta of h,a S true, but lhaifourr
in which poor George of snfferage. The resolution- was finallv almost! at a glance. When Mr. Greeley 8g? L5" f01? to: Vin8ton
i uuu mat uay oeiore yesieruay uie wopiau
adopted by a vote of 22 to 12, the forcible hin,self" "nable to decipher one of his
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Mrs. Kitty in her room above, hear- roasters voting in the affirmative and . BCDlcnce8 ,,e reierrea it to
the merry cachinnation. smiled 1 oPjers n ue negative. Tlie cap- ""lTT " , T ?
- ' 1 Itilttnn f-nv ia d. . 1 . 1 1UI A 111 1 11 11 LCI nr 111111 1 311111 mmin Oil T. 1TB
iraiiuu in UUj ji iur oacu Toier. i
meaning, air. Kobinson7s rapidity in
ho had married had followed hiniwTie
knowingly to herself.
Ueorge did 'own up sold, and his
Lost woman, who is probably as badly
treated as the first, is the widow of ; Mr.
Samuel Perry, who was, until his deaths a
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tw..a t m n readinffanroof Wt nlomT nrnf. B"u,kU,uc ki.uu carlwnW.-c
I s o j-i 7 , i nuvrs O.T lAn 1 Ufi lAUIASIr 1 HEI VATtil I .... . . . ,j .
Wife accepted his apologies graciously j Thkm. San Francisco, Feb. 16.-A Jack- leled and his enunciation was perfect. He thlS Clty' 1Ier maiden "ame was Zieg-
guest a basket of fragrant flowers adorn- begging his pardon for the naughty n dispatch says on the 10th Capt.Rucker, na pronounced yo wonis m a minute, . . J
& 6 . i &to 0 r fe ' . iU . ... . ... Iwi. wna.HU rnia j l -yfifi j I 1 he lustice issued tlie war rant andent
i ine ninm cavairy, alter iouowinff tne in-1 . v w nviu m i -
dians in the direction of San Andrews, came an nonr- - 1 , v. ni,
; . , r i'c j I ' H ' m m m I and the woman left yesterday for the same
suddenly upon them strongly fortified in a I J . ,
drcn. A merchant -in this city ' came up
CVSES IN ONE HIXNUXIl.
Csntofftobs Ziaeaa Colds . "HoarafTxcta '
V X" Willi MMV-U WWUte.
:j;peMWit tp the Tate. I
Belivapyspepsia and EQiotuEncaa. '
CTirOtt SALE BT ALL DIUJGGISTS. c
0S P; ! HENRY, CTTBBAN & CO,
' Ji i l I - rnoi'RiiTous,
iCouejw Jplace, . 2Jevr Tork.
or Sale, by T, F. KLTJTTZ, Druggist,
.lGtly , i 'V-1 ; ? ':Silibury,.If. C.
JLike the Jtoye.
e-f-lik the rose, to-lud. to bloom
browiug 1h iUity live;
iBeeterilife with the nerfume
tlatgejitlefaUions give. ; ' -
p-like tlie rose, wlien thou'rt gone
j!h'aiihy thoughts of thee,
w osetav'g may be treasured Up
m thy memory.
When You're Down.
ur n. m.
uefi legions of "friends" ahvays-bless
Yhon golden rucccrs lights our way !
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iJ0 rOniiai. frrrwl.liiininrl nnil rri-
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Hlt fUli l-lieil tllft Klin nf nriwiMM-ite
-llitll let: then Iimv nnicL-lv thv- frown.
T.JlOnt, in tones of severity,
"-k fo man ; 'don t vou see he is
ddwur 1, - . .
ed the 'spare room.'
George had seen and admired all
these arrangements, and Kitty had
stolen out to the gate with him for a
parting kiss, as he was about to start
for his drive to the depot, promising
and demurely. 'Does your friend him sweetly the dreadful little hy-
share your weakness for that style?' pocritel to be all dressed, and to
'I really don't know replied Mr. j have a charming supper in readiness
Hcitli, with a smile. 'He used! to when he should return with Mr.
laugh at me arid say I might as well Howard.
attempt to make the .Ethiopian; to No sooner was her poor unsuspi-
cliange his skin, or the leopard his eious husband off, thau Mrs. Kitty, in
his spots, as to endeavor to revolu- great glee, : flew to her room and be-
tionize a woman's dress, or induce her gan to dress.
to walk in defiance of the fashion. I Down came her pretty hair! Every
'Very foolislfof you to waste so false bit wa tucked into a box fra
much time on so vain an effort, theu,' grant with the intoxicating sweetness
remarked Mrs. Kitty, with a gay lit- of sandal-wood. Her own she brush
tie laugh. You'll succeed 'when riv- ed until it shone like satin, then gath
ers run up hill !' ij ered it tightly back from her face and
Now . George and Kitty were as screwed it into the ugliest possible
loving and devoted a couple as ever little knot behind. Pulling outlier
walked contentedly through life side earrings she found the prim effect all
by side ; and this modest little home, that her mischievous heart could de-
uuder Mrs. Kitty's skillful manage-j sire,
meiit, was a perfect paradise on earth.
So thought her husband, and he I was hn a pair of calfskin shoes made
never tired of praising his young exactly as her- husband had so
wife's clever housekeeping. j) often and so eloquently . described.
But George Heith had a hobby, She slipped on a calico dress really
which to j Kitty, fond of 'outward made from six yards of goods, straight
adorning was extremely annoying; in the waist, with long tight sleeves,
he was never weary of ridiculing the and a skirt short and scant, guiltless
folly of women in dress. It must be of a ruffle.
admitted that our heroine took a deep (Indeed, it would seem Mrs. Kitty
delight in "plaiting the hair, and was reserving ail raffles for her hus-
wearing gold,' also in 'the putting on band's temper.)
of apparel.' She completed this costume in as-
It may then be readily imagined suming a narrow linen collar, then
that while arranging her hair in puffs tl gazing and laughing at herself
,v I in tne mirror, one uia uoi iook aim-
addition of sundry artificial .braids
and curls, it was not pleasant to have
her critical husband lecturing her and
throwing at her head, so to speak, jin-
way in which she had punished him.
'Kitty was his only reply, 'never
make such a guy of yourself again.' .
narrow, rough cannon. The trooos vrere
Thanksorivinsr dinner was a c rand received with & h fir mi v.r.i mnn I Berlin, February 12. The semi-offi
affair. Mrs. kitty presided, arrayed ' and horses fell. The Indians charged the clal rth Oermam Gazette, referring to from .Monroe with the wrongedwoman
fJi..e:4.I-Mt ' Itroomwhn .V w.v nA t., .n. the interpretation by French newspapers and went with her to the magistrate, to
iu uu cAcjuisueiy uueu siiKuressauorn-
ed by a lace tichu. She wore an elab
orate chain and locket, long earrings
and other ornaments. Her hair was
frizxecl, curled, puffed and braided to
its usual dimensions.
George thought he had never seen
her look more charming,' and was
delighted with his friend's evident ad
miration. As; for Mrs. Kitty, she remark
ed demurely! 'that she found 6he
could be unusually sincere in her
thanksgivings that day, ns George was
cured of his onlv fault.'
mell. The Indians drove them across the Pf the German army bill, says: "The h,,om he 8tatel t responsible people in
river, they abandoning rations and bedding, French army estimates for 1870 were Monroe had assured him that the wetaan
whicli were secured by the Indians. ueonjr w",wu,wu inuies, wume iney now ,.-,.
. I exceed yoo,UO0,000 francs. The French j Vl """""ft0 ""cs "wmcn-
Loss of Life nr the STORM.-Cincin- 18 WT armcu ftnu numerically x t vr
nati, February 14Reporta from Tennes- le merman army, ine ..r-
see, Kentucky and West Virginia, show an army has also been considerably f rry appear. The differeneo
' rf ' : l f ii.. i in t.lin RrvAllinrr lnav lw p.it.lir nn nrotiln.
that great rain and wind storms passad uie language oi some " " . V" " V"T : IS i
. . . , of the French mnnarr!iii1 nanpra it wnni.l tal mistake or an intentional misstatement
over those States Thursday night and ol tne r reucn nionarcincai papers it would . tw
i , ,. . . , , , annear certain that if the nart!e 'thpv f the name on the part of the accused.
yesterday, wasliing away bridges and do. lte r,r,nfts r)Ww
.1 rriirRKKnT. niiixinpn mnpr tiipit vrrkiiiif iti i www... .v.. s
mg great damage to growing crops and I 1 ; 1 J '
other property. The Ohio river has risen mediate Plu"2 F-ance into war. Ia
I - X- Am. T 1 t .1 a .
ranidlv at Frankfort. Kr. The lower Y1CW m in18 "a"1". uennauy, tnougn J.yncli Jatv In Irglnla
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naitofthecitv waa flooded last niirht. I earucf v peace-loving, musr, ior uer own
o J I ri.. 1 t a i-i I t .... if n m ' VrT: - iv
and it was expected the water would be M ' 1 t CiiUUluo uuiorinuaveiy a age nauace lakeajrom ine yjpccnMa
Mouse vard before morninir. 866 b her noinbor m their immeese or- UnHfi aml Ilis BoiTg Then lUdMed jcitk
when you know not a sor
' . I row,:
jour: "friend-s" when tlivy want to
Yod obligcAl, and 'ne'er asked them to
1atHo!ji2h not ii soul von u'er sliirhted i ' . ... - i , i . . x i.- a
broiK'lr the town rot goods, win ie as, or uounces ana ine ugiu iuui, u lanjr,
tl ii! x " -tlioujrh
in the State House yard before morning.
At Maytirld a family of sine persons was
drowned while trying to escape from their
house which was surrounded by water.
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The Monroe Enquirer earnestly advo
cate the uomiuation of Judge Fowlu for
The XpWh J)enuwrat wirIip novernnr wound an ugly woman ; and above all, if an
Next her small feet were encased : j-
Worth Rkmemberixg. Somebody, giv
ing good advice in the Parisian to young
men who go into society, says:
The Ghoul at Work Airain.
Poixt of Rocks, Md., Feb., 17. Page
The WatcJtimn at Oakwood Inter upts their Wallace, colored, 25 years of age, who
'r octal inyt. I committed a brutal outraire on Januarv
This .morning, between the hours of 28th, on the perwm of a white .woman
'Never two f.nd three o'clock, as Mr. Murphy, named Mary -Marmon,.40 jears.ot age,
the nigut watchman at Oakwood cemete-1 liviiiir in Loudon county. Virtrinia. .near
gether hideous, for a fine figure, regu
lar features, and soft warm coloring
would assert themselves.
Kitty ran merrily down stairs, com
controvertible quotations from Ithat pjeted supper arrangement", and seat-
severe Apostle Peter, showing this ed nerseu in me wnmow to wan
nrofound contempt for "broidered fr her husband and her expected
hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly gliest- Yes, there they were, coming
arrav X - .j f J up the road ! Bravo ! Mrs. Kitty. She
Then, too, how George would laugh ran to the door to meet them.
at the cil ded butterflies, the coquettish George's look of consternation when
bows, the bits of feather and jet which his eye fell on her was simply ludi-
she delighted to place artistically in crous. Wicked Mrs. Kitty was per-
her hair. Overskirts, he spoke of j as fectly self-possessed, and greeted Mr.
n olumiinmn and a winked waste Howard most cordially. Then with
a urn u v u v v-v
re-elected, and , the Washington ugly woman comes and says to you, "I know ry, was going his rounds, he suddenly tlie Potomac river, while &he,was rcbuji-
hopes tlult Judge i'cnvle will be the I am not pretty," do not fall into the trap came upon a party of five person engaged ing from Point of Rocks, was'ditf
Governor' 1 . I and reply: "True, madam ; but you have in robbing a grave in the pauper's section, cn from the officers of the fawj at the point
1 l - . . . , i. 1 . t t i! j i it. i ': i ' ' " "' till
A joh wander about tlirmiirl
nrf 'fi-ieiiil luiiimH vp.rv lw:ir-irlifjil
4?! tj'ey don't Seeiii toaeowheu you'' re
I ; down. ' " ;J- '
VOB il.rv-"nl, rin . nn Imnllv ct.
4alted. ;' ,
Antl tn.inM ! it.. - .
VUV'U Vll'fn .!.. ..-..17
i V ,S w V1U t (J
i i "KHiueu,
0Ur8lyle '. was "tip top'.' when you'd
oulntfS ftvcrtr enL-OT hnl plnirn.
you have greatly
'realty : don't fancy your
Jf!d;!tU exceedingly! friuny,
itSrare nlterotl "because y
fit give hift thr 'fl.nt r.raror
.r1 'mJ a j tutl aawv
. fee from the World's selfiish rust,v
Uiedul, whose high,-, noble cudea-
Aj5.se fallen men from the dust,
I a ,'t11 in adversity 'sCoceau
Will lf '"cnos WMiose uevouon r
M lift till 1 limn titliA.. l..'o .Iaifii
ruffles, lie had no patience ! H about, here, there, everywhere, on
'You'd look better in my eyes, hospitable thoughts intent, and the
Kitty,' he would frequently say, 'with newly arrived guest watched her with
your hair plainly and smoothly comb- an amused smile,
ed back from your face and twisted Supper was delicately served, and
into a simple knot behind. We're would have been a complete success
losing our Republican simplicity I had not George sat glum as the skele-
Six yards of goods is enough to make ton at the banquet. The expression of
any woman a dress; it's asiuch! as his face was lugubrious j Ins natural
our grandmothers required. - A calico talkativenesss strangely subdued,
dress, clean and whole, is good enough . Early in the evening Mr?. Kitty
to be worn at any place 1' ! s excused herself and retired, leaving
Then the cruel fellow had made fun the gentlemen. to talk over old times,
of her shoes ; her dear little thin-soled and to enjoy a quiet smoke. At first
rosetted slippers, and her exquisite the coiiversation was harmless and
brauze boots with their fearful and commonplace enough ; but at last it
wonderful heels. 1 ( veered around to Mrs. Kitty's sweet
1 A irood calfskin shoe made hish. little self! Mr. Howard felt called
with think soles, and no heels at all, upon to apeak to George of his wife.
ftl V..i.!l1. T fS
b j ii " usiiviiiv, 1 vim. , uu i
k : f ; " W vyvVf VI !
h r7m hves. !
MxtiStnil.' n .J
would be much more sensible I' j
'She's a charming woman !' he said,
lO, vou my feminine -readers !j werel warmily. Then added, with an em-
rth of property guh SIcecHcs as these enough to barrassirig laugh. 'By the ly, Heith,
"' I A vt ' vf cint1 H I T ee vou've succeeded in finding one
mmhlnyn: fPdj r :;,Mr;..0eorie Heitli ,was in tlie! habit you can j induce to carry out your
. i - ! J I II i n r m rt ah amIs n- f -,.)., t ! 1
j-r.'i v iiiiinri i r i v a ir tor nniL ' ' j. a B . .
MnowV such sentiments dailyj in a very sensible theories on the subject
;,fc,Tf ' : . ' ; ' - . ' dictatorial, dogmatic manner, as if it of a lady's dress. I never imagined
STJLTKSVii.W--7-Mrs. Kelly, wtfe-ef Dr.
Hugh Kelly, while' walking on the ice a
few days ago, fell. and broke her thigh.
liavck. :L.omlon, reo. 14. A JSer-
spatch says it is reportey on fair au
thority that a jspecial alliance is about to
be coMcluded between Enl.iiid, Genua
iy and Aiifttna.
Dt buk, FeU. 14. The unemployed la
borers of this pity had another demon
stration to-day. In their speaches they
declared that they were on the briuk of
The following statistics are gathered
from' the office of the collector of internal
revenue : During the month of January
there were seized : 15 stills and fixtures ;
2 1,500 gallons; of beer ; 197 gallons of
singliings; 877 gallons of whiskey; 1 horse
and wagon. Total collections for the
' Oni last Wednesday morning the Fairfield,
S. C. survivors of the Florida war had their
annual reunion. In Winnsboro. Of eigthy
seven who volunteered in the Fairfield com
pany, only twenty-one now survive, and
these! are scattered in different States, so
that on Wednesday only five of the number
answered to the! roll Maj. B. II. Robertson,
Dr. f . T. Robertson, Dr. E. A. Gibson, Mr.
R. E Ellison, Sr., and 3Ir. Thomas Sloan
Gem-giaj like North Carolina, seems to
have! been invaded by syndicates" who de
sire to buy aut her railroads in the interest
of tlie fdear people," and there is talk of
calling an extra session of the Legislature
for the purpose; of perfecting the lease of
the Macon & Brunswick Railroad. South
Carolina has an extra session, North Caro
lina may have one, and if our Georgia friends
have one called we will begin to think the
feverj h contagipu3.4-Chariot'te Observer.
People in China are not only allowed to
commit suicide, hut they even advertise
their determination beforehand, stating
when and where they intend to effect
theiif purpose.) At least ,the Foocliow
Herald tells of a young widow w1m had
promised to hang herself at a certain spot
on the ltith of last month rather tuati
yield to the wishes of "her inhuman par-
entsi" and luarrv ncaiii; The sacrifice
was! consummated, in! broad! daylight.
Tlie! girl "duly hanged herself in the
presence f an assembled- crowd of friends
and adniiers. j The tragic, ceremony 1 waa
prcceeded by ii leception of visitors on a
platform erected Jfor the j occasion, after
which tlie poor; young creature mounted
a chair, placed! the rope ; round her slim
neck, and bidding a final adieu to this
sympathetic world, launched herself iuto
moral qualities and domestic virtues which Owing to the darkness he did not see them I where he commit tod the outrage, tV
I place above the perishable advantages of nntil he was upon them. One of the grave j body of armed men and hanged. Wallace
beautv." I was eighteen years of age when I robbers ordered lnm to bait. Mr. Murphy j was arrested near Shepardstown, on rob-
I made this answer, worthy of Telemachus, brought his musket te bear upon the ruary 2d, and committed tOjIlagejsJtpi
to the wife of a banker whose protection I party. The fellow nearest to him attempt- jail. Yesterday Sheriff Carulhcrs and
was seeking. The next day the lady said to ed to strike linn with a shovel, the blow I Deputy Sheriff ixon, ofLeesburg Va.t
her husband: "I hope the young scamp you was parried, and Mr. Murphy pulled the arrived in Hagerstown with a regulation
presentetl to me yesterday is not going to trigger, but the gun missed fire. He then I for Wallace from the Virginia autliorities,
be a frequent visitor here." drew his pistol and began firing at the I and left with him by tlie 3.10 p. m. train .
robbers. One of them cried out "I am I Wallace seemed rather nervous when 90
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IOOKIXO TOWARD A MoXARCIIT. suon, uicu tauseu me uuuj -biinLcucns 1 poaiueu vile .rain, uu. aiterwarus reu)'.
That devout and holv man. the Rev. DreaK aim run uown uie mu crea ms composure anu smoKeu a cigar-j
Henrv Ward Beecher, has raised his cla- into a creek waist-deep in water, and Caruthers and Nixon arrivedt at Washer
rion voice in favor of the third term and scrambling up the opposite bank they ington Junction, oue mile from the joot
Gen. Grant. At a meeting of the Lin- jumped into a spring-wagon aud made 0f Uock, this afternoou., at S.Sre'cJok,
coin Club a club that execrates the tlier escape leaving behind their new wjtu Wallace, Jailor Nixon bemg han
- a a . in
.r t Sniwin 'ri...riftV fnin shovels ana a iiau iueHMoa mate.
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&Ir. Beecher said :
MiVW in nnr flnvernment is TaklUg XJie JC11S1IH.
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cuffed to the prisoner, and on the, -way
from the depot to the ferry thex w ere fol
lowed by a large crowd. On arriving at
tlie ferry the officers and prisoner, were
rowed to the Virginia shore, followed by
a half-dozen boats containing aboutihjrty
or fotty persons. As the officers stepped
stability and continuity. It is a point of &Je fhe Duti(8 0j ihe Suerri$Qrt
weakness that our rresioeut noius omce Marked Out lu the Senate.
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nly four years and it occasions nnnces
varv disturbance of our affairs throuch- In the census bill passed by the Sen
out the whole country." I ate the first section provides for free on shore they were met byabwt30 or
Y r r. Beecher. it mav be unnecA-1 transportation of mail matter relating to more men witu iiaudaercnieia ueapvr
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r, fnr th who nrefer ease to freedom, the census. The second amends the act their faces, l lie crowd tnen seized . uie
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But it was a kind of disturbance of which above named by striking out the provi- omcers anu uiaarmeu lucia, piwanu
Washington. Jefferson, Madison and ion for inquiry ns to the naturalization key and unlocked Nixon from the pnaon
Jackson thought favorably.
of foreign born
persons, and as to the er. The officers did every thing, in tliejjr
Mr. Beecher is a popular advocate of ownership of the public ueot ot tne uni-
wonderfal" talent, but we hope to see the ted htatea, bection three allows the re
American people frown uioii his atrocious porta required from railroad, express,
political doctrines. telegraph and insurance companies to be
maae ior tne nscni year 01 tne company
The Comixg Census. Tlie penalties I terminating nearest to June 1, 1880. Sec-
for obstructing the census takers, who
begin their labors on the first Monday
in June, are severe. The law says: All
persons above the age of twenty-one
years who shall refuse to furnish the in
formation required by the supervisor or
enumerator shall forfeit and pay a sum
not exceeding $100, to be recovered in
an action of debt. Presidents, directors
or other officials of private cor ignitions
who refuse to furnish information requir
ed of them aie made liable to a penalty
not to exceed $1,000. Ouly two weeks
are allowed for the completion of the
census. The compensation of the enu
merators are a follows : Two cents for
each living Inhabitant; twocentsfor each
death reported ; ten cents for each farm ;
fifteen cents for each manufactory, which
is to be in full for all services, and no
mileage or, traveling expenses. The
subdivision assigued to each en umerator
must not exceed 4,000 inhabitants.
Dreamt axd Scattering. There is
still scattering talk about North Carolina
viMt nr Virrnnia. or some other
fl . i IV. av, v ' fr 7 , .
tion four amends the act aforesaid so as
to require the enumeration to begin June
1, 1880, and to require numeration iu
power to protect their prisoner, but it was
of no avail. He was seized and taken to
the spot where the outrage on IMrs. Mam
mon was committed. A rope was , put
around Ins neck... He was allowed to get
on his kuees, and make a shortt prayer.
The rope was then thrown over, a limb f "
a small sycamore tree, and in the twink
ling of an eye he was launched pntoetern-
cities having over 10,000 inhabitants to lty. Just then at tins moment a woman
be taken within two weeks from that rushed through the crowd, pistolin hand,
date. ! Section five allows the enumera- aud fired three or four shots into his body,
tor to be appointed from thecounty when This was the signal for the crowd tocoiur
no suitable person liv ing within the enn- mence firing iu rapid succession, and his
meration district will undertake the work, body was filled with bullets. The crowd
Section six reonires the enumerator of each then quietly dispersed. SherifT Carutlir
dUtriet tn fil in the conntv clerk's office a ers .and Jailor Nixon soon after were re-.
copy of his enumeration and to correct it
ou reliable information as to errors in it,
and to this end he may swear witnesses ;
it also contains other details as to the
duty of enumerators. Section seven re
quires supervisors to forward two sets of
enumerator's returns, one to the census
office at Washington and the other to the
office of the Secretary of State to which
his i district , belongs. Section eight ap
propriates $350,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, to pay enumerators for
the additional services required by this
leased, and departed in arhack for Leejjk
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A great mind is above -doing ,
an unjust act, above giving way
to grief, above descending to bufloori
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ery, and it would oe inviuneraoie, ji
compassion did not prey upon its sen
si bil it v. La Bruvere.. -
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ASSISTTHE CHILD IX TIME.
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not wait until an army of worms liave leeu
recruitetl and the health of thechild
destroyed. A few doses of Shrine r's In-
Trust him little who praises all,
Cf.tM'iw.inearriedbv the Re- , ,m Iess wu" c?"u, w , dian Venintuge, tne inianoie . reineoy.
V . Vain delusions diSerent about HI.- liever faiU to d the work winf useda
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cording to the directions.