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M Q T 3 S 0 0 A J8ALISBUET. H.:C,;, lIA7I:20,i1880
ti" l i 1 ' i" il
! ' . I I 8- . I I' V l I ' f. W .-- - -' ' 1 " wilt M ilia I , if i .. i 1 f I I .... I I .... ! I . TT I I
I . i . . . . i . - ....... . y . . ' i i
iffie Garoiiiia sw aiuumau,
. pstIbUhED IN THE YEAR 1832.
1 1 montk t ms Sin's pi'tu
Salisbury Examiner. I
THE COXYEXTION SYSTEM; ! 7 ;f
'Wc not nnfi-eqnently hear men saYtlier,
A ftre opposed to conventions as n mcau of
; bring; out candidates; yet nota single-one
ma for' j
L -m lot,
7 do. do.
4.6i 5.S5 TJ50
.00 f 7. KM, It.
T.50 ; iX50
fl.75 i U.5 j 1(J.50
15.75-i 80.50 85.50
86.25 t 43.74
'iwcCoi Kjcnincsla, i3roshiils,
iPSVtroGP,Tlicopf Ccti-c, vxi ,
ifn fSfesesof tie BresSiliiff OrcaaV'-
SWti i-nTft tl?5 rf'fct remedy,
. K?mrESPAlJl OF HSUFC lor-
norayJlTlaes9,pDd tlie Wuerpirit
of ratrititryUnd iLiuiitiveiieU.U And
the crownipg sljame and ipfanoy of all is
that some men cnUinr themselvea Deino-
crkts lend1 their irifluence'and snpport tp
m1 j has any ; better method id offer. "What
llioo j then ! Can Ve afford in this struggle IwUh
eS the Radical partyyfor all that is ;forUi
Jcontejiding for in government for -all
that islear to-freemen-i-for41ibertv! and
hoifetiul miui&t ration ofuIic QiftairJ
ainVlet afford to allow! every, one Jo nn
who tliinks hiniself competent torve
the peopie and thereby secure the coutiu
..... i .'
it u u ii.
JTeAry'a Carbo io CrTi h-aZi bunts. -Kear't't
Curvolla Fft&x cr .? . j
Jlrtury' C'trf'ttlic f tlva 1 finis jf. ?.. .,
'llenty's Carbolic btc6 .tclJ tvK&f
A!idr Henry's, eJ Tstio ITo csbcr.
. EOTAIS CP CO'JNTTrirrS. ..3
4 In speaking of tlie labors of the-' iress
in the political-campaigns,'., the Tarboro
'er??fi:" Lit : fij-r'i 1
The chief burden of the 'fray is' al
ravs 'borne Uv the Dress. It makes nianv
thfs vile travesty on popuia rightsagaiust big ntanntof very poor inaterial. f.It
noes more grnuimous -irorK tnan any oilier
calling. It i4 expected always to breath
a high,' pure tone' of patriotism. , f And
when ! all is! done, sonrt fellow pokes
aronnd and stibscrtbes like he was doing
theleditor u big ersoaal favor, . T
But, brothers of the press, our destU
ny is in onr own hands. It is . high ... and
It is in our
i t " ' . li.' 4T ct - i I t r 4 i i i . . . . i ' ' 1 -
public ond social interests. t rV
Sallsburr Examiner. , , j
Can a man i taler.fi re in Jiis bosom and
his cloSesVcnt Se , lAmied t LCari 'lie lie
Ucd liild of that most ndinnn Mm1nrfnht chaii'ro
tlowit witli Rwinft mid not become oolut- Ii0llc,if we Will make it SO
ed with veriniirt The is almost a much Y? to crnfont the loathsome parsites
, . . . iiiat can )muiics, Bcrcieij, every y inmg.
times,, iq pnr commenda
ctiticeisms, le fair, fearless.
H'anuiu, conscieiHious. it is
certainty about heo things as there is us at
concerning the' fact thai a Iepard can not ; tibns'.aud c
hitspots,norAa negro this skin. ! independent,
faction t Sftrelv not Mnnkino-aituiMitfll i Yet strange thing3 happen every da. lur .
r . 1 ---o :- , - - - iriwMi " ? - .
that we should do ; this thinHIt ! Fools make no note of time. AY iso men " ;
1. ... i" J . ! . I 1 .-- 1 a "
evil well as to uphold the'
I ; lilt' ;. 3 .' "J.:
conceded even by many Republicans
Arrested tor Forgery.- St .r Tnis.
Jlayj 7. Gen. B. A. Morton, president of the
National Liberal League-'was' arrested Here
yterday, charged with haying forged the
time', of QovoIi Palmer, of" Illi
nois to a check for $2,000 On a bank in' Jop
lia, Moi, about a year ago. 'M -M y( i
Rv.yC.'H Yiley, Hnferntendent of
the .American 'lliblo ' Society for North
Carol ina , say s, tliat for the year eridin g
April 1st; 1880; transactions in his district
footed op( ,-that 2a.b00 ' families
were visited, over '25,(K)6 volume
of the scriptures were distributed. The
official letters of the Snnerinte'ndent'for
thai:'periodam'orited' tbd,rj9G, 'makiuir
an average of more than four per. day
A Little Box:
President's late- veto has re acted Tne WernaVMttU Trick $nt by Mail to
the poUcyif every one is torunvhaUe- suable, pure inert Iwasli their hands of ' ; . . ..ha presi(lent;flWi whh.
sires, then wehad better lmve najnore hy ycif mid folbw tioriuwtfe of jnticil rider to whfch h
pl under the laboring " millions withfhigu
took exception, but also without any - ap
propriation for the marshals. Then" they
elections. It would be more to thdrfuf- ficoirhtlrels and thieves.
pose and more economical to say the ! tures are always looking out for an ex-
liadvcalsw endorse yoni- despotic and Tlr?,,MIU"fT "fMf ; win pass the section felat in 2 to the appoint-'
beget each other. ' Une of the pecu-J . !--'. . ' -j .!' ..:.1!:'imi
CUl Ul ULJUl UlUtbllillS BS u sepuruLC Mill
d send that to the President. I he argu-
n-w.rtf tf Ilia vaA mnaMm will Tkrkf annlfr
. . . 1 . . ... . . l. . . . . . . . 1 . ... . ..... . . . . mi u . . . . . .
-l r 1.1 T .1 . . ... . s.j .. I i rr
hi vi 010011 iiau luuruer. x i i juujia
eorrriiif rnli. f will tint ntiniMA rnn i mil. I they
:.... ...tii. I ...i.r i.".. ! liflrrfPA nf lindieiiiisni. kiii. js. that iu
tiuue to.mb the uublici treasarv. and ? o'"1 fMf lr
Protective t a 1 i ffs, X at ion al Ba n k S wi n
dles,'Hnd Internal Revenue burilens-f Ikft
the masses of the Democratic citizens'aVfc-
not - ready to give these cowardly cou Bsels.
It is only the trimmers, the time-serversC
those Who are looking out to turn aii hon
gaudisDi of .cruelty and death.
JThetiO proverb are not taken from Sol -onion's
'writings,- but drawn from daily
observations .which the sharp and vigi
laut will no doubt fully. appreciate.
I l uut in come to.tne pomris it not iwiss-
st iy penny, regardless of the phbliciRtri,c that poH tics inake such strange
weal, or the ruin that may befall the ionn-1 belleiiuwsx ? it- consistency ami trntii
try, who are so iudustiidusly pijittngj wt,r thecontroling natives of action,
about the evils of the convention, syfcteSiiui
There may le evils in the couvetitiou
svstem, but tell us of one tliat is not biore
or less defective. .The primary election
system has beeusggested. Well tljis;
lias" In-en tried in several cities and jsonie
iStates4; but it has fallen' into; "disrepute.
Besides," it iw expensi ve and liable to even
greater abuses than the convention systemv
j They have-giveu it a thorough trial iu
this fact 'Would not be a matter of wonder
However, thoughtlessness may havasoine
thing to do wit h it, but 'does not by any
Imeaiis justify any wrong that may result.
Nlif '1?M Maryland, and here is wh
mhilh&M by the Baltimore Gazette,
at is said
one of the
rj r T
u suns ruEVENrnx o:?
est and ablest papers m
The Gaset it says :
There is not an intelligent Democrat
or Republican iu this city who doeaim
know that the primary elections of
Costarica Disca3"i Ccudl T3oa.r5eneca 1
' 'iJ.piaszia, ana vvAoopmgr ucugii.
ii si PIiNManffn lint T.tietm.
it thenand he! cannot refuse an; assent to a
law proposed by the Republican leader in
the House without making himself still
further ridiculous. If he should do 60, " the
House will of course refuse auy , appropria
tions for deputy marshals, and the responsi
bility will rest! with the President.-Char-
The Kerv York World calls, npou the
South to fepealt out on Hie' presidential
question. The IforM Siiys: "It is not
enough for'thc sixteen Southern States,
which we hope to see voting together in
We hear uien .deuouuee certain villiauoiis . Xoveniber, to 'point, out what democratic
acU of individuals perpetrated optmly I asiMiawt thev do not Wish to seenomina-
wiui me mosisuametessnyiMwnsy, ueing tea They shoaui with equal Irankness
actuated by greed of place or love of pow
er, and still these same men will surren
der their tft!iticalaith abandon , their
pat4irgauifauiuan to the , polls
nsTtTienaanrWs tor those whom they
- V III
havetkiDpottrnred trshypricrits and krtowu
to bCnftlTyilrttie frjMvit of honest
men. Democrats wliohave been robbed
and sincerity give northern business
men some indication of the sort of cah
dictates whom (they would like to vote
for' ; : i ' .U VV H ;
Grant An Settle Rksolutioxs Pass
ed. Jacksonville. Fa..Mav 6. rTlie Repub
lican Congressiftaal wnVratKni of "the first
he New York Spanish Consul General.
Newark, May 13. A dastardly at
tempt was made yesterday' by5 some par-1
ty or parties to kill Spanish Consnl-Geni.
eral Hypolito d'Uriaste.- It appears that
when his letters were brought to his office
among them was a package about 8 inches
by 3.i The consul attempted ftto open It
wheii it cxploiled and balls of fire shot
out, burnitig the carpet aiid the consul's
coat and hands, but doing no other dam
age. I An examination shbwed that the
box contained gun fiowder, ! large percus
sion caps, and what was supposed to be
nitro-glycerinei and arranged to explode
when the top was taken off. It was post
marked Philadelphia and New York, and
supposed to be a Cuban plot to kill the
nnaninlou3 vbtel'4 the members rising;
V '''. ti -..5 . - - -r
to their jeet instead of voting as usual
bj; uplifted bands, ;
t , Bishops Jioggct .and McTiyrc,- of
the M E. Ghureh South, Were intro
dacoVl' as'rraternarMelegatesr and re
ceivettttn jilie , customary . courtesy
by. thf conference. , , , M , ,
TA resolution approving the conduct
of Mrs. President Hayes in uphold,
ing temperance principles in the pres
idential li6seKol(F.was adopted by a
sUnding vote.., , .4 .
Eaievo Zy3prpsia and EUiousness.
tsr ron sals iit all dihtgcists.
uud inultetl ami oppressed ) RadicaiJ district in this tate has lK.-en. in scsshf r p
knavewho sgt t-il4vh on theH- allfwni-9 i dav at Tallahassee, , without mHking-Any
parties, artf uoJonei k the -voice of the! mas- I ana cwP through the stench and filth cf nomination for Congress. Ye terday strong
ses of the people iu' regard to the belec- MS1"0 hoveis, ouck aueys and gutters ,so- Grant , and . settle . resolutions were passed
tion of candidates. In fact they have be- lifting votes, have done these things. A without opposition.
come lb hoiwdesslv corrupt and so sflauieH thortsaddimes-woiiW we - prefer to vote
fullv defiant of the popular will ihat a fr t,,e dirtiest and greasiest negro iu all
lai Je iiiaioi itv of the decent men of all niggerdom than for a white man who can
parties ham long since ceased ;to attend 8 fi,r f"rget what is due his race and col
thein ,f " - ---p or, to say nothing of the base hypocrisy
is the. Gazette weH.ajsi there and inorl murdeor ins motives,
political parties under hut Pys- -zm--
tent of representative government, aijdjtar- J GraVrolnation DangeroJiis
ties must haA-o leaders. There will also
1 . .. . . . . .. . . .rAl...fa ii.tmiiiif nil na l-nrriia I v7C
ipmt r.- heney cuar-asi & ccx. nUl.t be-i
ftr'taebj T. F. KLTrTTZ,lDrgist, bc ,);y tickets nominated aa long as we fym.E1?? Curt Pini?n f
16clj Salisbury; K. C. I , , t vi. ' .',2im-7tTi .Movement.
na-ve pojmiar .ciecimus, nuu p1'1
chiuerv of some sort, least objecthmable, . Xewv Y'ouk. Ma v 5. A telegram from
must be adopted to select leaders. As J &t. Lcmis.said that! Georire William Cur- ! on niy ycstcrdatiiear liew uity by n Drusn
! Nil. iitvn vit, ciiuiimncit wi aumu a uuuu:
oi Prices !
. EXPX)SI0N OF A" PoWDfiR MlLL.
PottsvilleMay 131 The Mabon
ingt powder 'fniir near Asbland, ex
ploded. this morning, killing , El wood
Benseman, and injuring five others.
It is( not vknowp iwhether any more
were killed'or' nbt; as the mill is on
fyi&ao'cahuot be approached. ,
Death of 'a Tobaccosist. Dan
ville, -Va.r May 13. W. W. Keen,
a well known tobacco dealer, planter
and speculator, "aeliTsmorning.
Did any one ever hear of a person,
who, because there is counterfeit mon
ey in circulation, would have nothing
to do with money? Why, then, re
ject Christianity because there are bo
gus Annstians in circulation 7 it is
very btrange that so trivial and unrea
sonable ah excuse -should 'be so often
he ; confessed that be bad only beea
shamming temporary death, and to the
great amusement of the court prece
ded to demonstrate how the trick was
done. The consequence: was Pro
lessor Hansen lost bis suit. ' -
G'reat Destruction of Property in the Oil
J: Region of Pennsylvania.
Bradford, Pa., May 13.--A fire again
i L 1 I ll. a . t . . J 1 . A. i l l
suirieu in uie urn oer laims as uie neaa or Mf j0,n M. Bailev, of Winning Farm,
rwrer.JSrook Valley yesterday. n" Billerica, Mass., informs us that he is now
..,0 .utv..j,w.iW. ...... (April 4) teeiimff his milch cows
and tanks. The wind was blowing a gale cw68 and lambs exclusively upon corn
u(i ine ore swept over me nuge, consu-. ft)ddcr cnsijaged iB September last. His
ning everything iu its path, Cdiitinuiug sl,oi wewsi oncnted December 3. and the
the tire swept down Tram Hollow, a pro preservation of the fodder is as perfect
line portion of Uie oil fields, burning rigs, ow M thetu Mr Baiiey i8 doing great
smal tanks and buildings. The villages service to the agi icultural world in demon-
of Oil Centre and .Middoughville, with bating to American farmers the advant-
thc exception of one or two houses, were agc.8 0f thjg method of keeping fodder.
entirely destroyed. At ten o clock last
night tko 25,(M)-barrel t-ink of Mitchell
& Jones was in liames. No villages be
ing located, uear, the' danger from that
source Wats not great. ' At ' Ilaker's Tres-
le, on the Kendall fc-Eldred Railroad, a
Volcanic. Ercptiox. City of Mexico,
May 7. The volcano, at CaliuVa? "continues
in active eruption. Lorilla, at the foot of
the volcano, is reported sinking. The in
habitants are panic stricken and abandoning
Destructive! Fins in Pennsylvania.
Bradford, Pa., May 7. An oil well was set
if rVrrtr.-D ntmr ATn
rAll . (ttiiPF Irnsia Saola s at T?i1i timnil
rijoes, (freight included) J v.
J Callandseeat EXXISSY
i 17:tfi - ' 1 -
ct wc have none better than .the convent tl3 tA written i letter to the Anti-Grant
tiou system. But some say conventions convention;, which had been punted for
are jiacked. This is impossible if the peo- the reason that.it sukt, that, while Curtts
-i .. ;.. ... ...rl I ' '' ' -1 ' .' .. 1 l..n J.S.. i v!. . ..lV.- r
pie vio nits iiiieienii: m uin u;u uu i was opK8eii io ui.ini, lie as aiso ui)iu
vote their w ishes. " It they will uotrdo so, cj to a bolt. Mi;. C.uiis was ask d about
then they should not complain, but cheer- the letter here to-day. He answered : "I
fully acquiesce iu whatever the majority j did not write a letter, but sent a telegram.
at the convention-does,
red houses, was! entirely destroyed. It is
estimated that three hundred derricks were
burned, besides Iseveral miles of forest. The
loss will reach $300,000.
i l : r
DESPOTISM VS. DEMOCRACY.
On Sunday juight f last week loud
It was brief Spd jdid , not keep i copy, S(renming were heard to issue from the
but I caulwntViTout,'' liud he wrote the , jf. e. Church, after wrvicesiu the church
following: had closed aud i the building locked up.
j Gamlietta is a bachelor ; but he has
0M?iNJong4withoit having at
sM U Lbt 'fP i I - U t. rr .
least : rconteni p la tet -iiiariagc. i;he
Henry Hitchcock, CMirihan Committee on
3 In rita ttowti j j 4J r - r,
I am nualile to come to St. Louis, but
sympathise vtb all Rein.blicans who, un
Democratic government, or a Democ
racy, is a government bythpcople. The
word Democracy comes from two i Greek
terms : demos, peorde, and kratein, to-got- der the present circumstances, opjMise a
story, of Jus enrajenient to an lcircss eru
m Westjern France, aiid its sudden en
,viiig ongives us a, jrcsn glimpse - - . . , . ,. , . -1 filv
Lr-. ..? I b 1 n.or buWil in thA lunula of the 1 "y
. v iv. - -- O
?f til character.
, and taken togetlier; dcmoiria,,Ut- third-term nomination. ,.i.see. mi ieas4u
i . i . .i" i i III I lie COUUIllUil tii munt jiui4iin iui iwur
ill v meiins a government by ihe people;, ll,vt f . -
' , h t . i i . V mitting the Republican party uuuecessa-
nrm froveruuient in which the-su -V" ,V,V .i . f . . LA r' . . -
'to'the overthrow of a sound and con-
Frpm Itlie time of liis leaving his
l'u7'" v' , " " . h Vl serfiTtiVCPitifditioa' nfltlfe l?T$rOhietit;J
people collectively. There is norbetier VTRAll v - . A 3' A
1 , . !s-.. which basbeen formally approved by the
system ever.devised by man. It is free','
WleiomeV. Oah'ors' till l.Ta rise ..,.U.i ..tronrtlve. It' is stron. P ty in many-States and has never been
KaiUesfc rank of iiublic lierson- and ! powerful, and equitable just ' qntl?nd violated
i .r1 idflt.u.f1
pmcj Under it every voter is presumed I thinklheininatiouof Grnnt would lie
t.r bUmable of exercising the right of a very daiigron3WminiUoT for be Re-
w - r . i . . l.j1. im.
franchise Without prejudice and without ipuoucan Pfuy io hikc.
dictathm. He is expected to uury his in
dividuality, aiid animosities,
behests of mere cliques aud factions, jrnd
vote lor: the pi omotion of measures calcii
U !. ir. V- : .. rM i. Ir .1."-'. ....
aSlGateta lived witir aiaithfulli" Proportion as the people are en, ,;Vii K aita
)ovuikvoted wboil,ad foir Mgl'teued and virtuous, educated and "V"
4we(tLtm toMris and who made,
fve,7?lHre he' went, a pleasant librae
wraua. blie was at ouce ins maid--v?fsork'.:.and
Ins congenial eom-
"The pastor, who live near, had the key,
and went over to examine, when he open
ed the door a small bundle of humanity
ran out. -Who it was we .have not been
able to learn. But ho had evidently gone
to sleep, under 'the Soothing influence of
BuwCarrawayfs sermon and when he
awoke he, found himself shut up in utter
darkness. A warning to those who arc
spiritually asleep. Winston Leader.
t paiuoa, aiii Ite was as deeply attach-
I r w b Mm. 'A ;
Hisenagnient to a handsome and
accomplished rl, 15t! aotof Feiek
ijtvas a shock; to-the -good
iPlf 'yieWed . gracefully to
the 'OfitablcJ .When the arrange
vfllivlJlve marriage Iwerej lieing
isscaed;iiowever. the vouns? ladv
N-bead1 tonlake it a coii
'iWiPCheir union that the aunt
excluded from' tbeir new
e . i j i .. . 1 . . r i -
r . r I . L ft. .. k ;
S11? scarcely elegant enough to
lafitr.ft'dw niueli 1 aiiut had been
aeon: : Gambctta ex-
latedtodvance tile interests of the con:
mon gomlo Vth white men this
generally adopted and constitutes
of bolt iniG rant's nomination has not
reached the time for decision yet. A great
publicans have decided to bolt
uiatiouii nwde. ; J I 1?
to fte rich beautyiwas only the
centive to their ncltiou
iKMiple, as they are. now manipulated by.a
few disreputable leaders, it is entirely,
the. reverse. Jn no instance ha yjo they
ever voted in any considerable numbers
for measures promotive of the common
weal.! On the other hand, they gelierally
go to the polls, at the dictation of self
nlinoiiited leaders and cast their Jballots
for men most odious" iu the comninuity,
and for measures and principles in direct
autajionism to the well known interests
of u large majority of the people ;ainong
whoni they live. Fifteen years of free
dom and twelve years of sutltage have!
not iihpTuW tlienit TheystilIi8ickUo
theirj initiative experience and follow
he jcounsels Jind ;; leadership of the
most selfish worthless and! abandoned
set of, political jucksters that ever walk
ed the plahk or disgraced the pillory. The
system thus inaugurated f,a thousand
fjony Sweep of the Louisville and Xashvillc
"'NaahviTIe American. n
e and? Nashville Railroad
he foarthfnpoiiif mile
nge on the continent.? It owns jand.con-
trM "2,700 miles of railroad. TTiere are
8,163 miles of road embraced in the Gould
system. The Pennsylvania roads control
d Irv VLl. Scot, have a mileage of 5,400,
and the Vanderbilt roads are 4,G97 miles
J natraml-hvith i -profouti d ;bovv,
BD!W' each pther.'! ; a A ud i m
geiwa& put ofX fcrevery
J'ij? &ad fcaro thaPtlie; Messrs itfmes. worse than that entorceil bthe old
- Ota.J wbmluiug:bni!4ittga Feudals Wroetliseval ages; it is tiot De;
ISmlibr $t&XiSli0ftAUi&a He idespo?
I i is 1 f 1
made a noble record "kf governor faith-
f, prompt and trtMK
, -We have heretofore t4ikeu no parjMn
the discussion of the merits of candidates
for tUer gvernwriinpreferring riher tr
wait ampilear mes suggested HhatVe
might the beter choose our candidate.
Biit we are sft1fidwUnJarirfs aiitTdo
not think thaeoptecan pildjrdo
better than to elect him. Lxamincr.
in Jen irtlu -including the Chicago am
Xortliweitern, fn;which Mr. Vanderbilt
lias an interest tstifiiciently large to enti
tleliiin to a'decidirig voice in its manage-
BtinaLAtt Ala.rm. That the great
est ingenuity should be displayed iu
the invention of machinery to econo
mize manual labor .i at-once natural
5,000 barrel tauk also tnk fire. The ant preditable, but we did not autici
town or Duke Centre, a place of one thou
sand inhabitants was threatened, but was
How an Arab Lady Perfumes
Sir Win. Baker. . j -
- In the floor of the tent or hut, as it
may chance to be,a small bole is ex
cavated sufficiently large to contain -:
common champagne bottle ; a fire of
charcoal or of simply glowing embert
is made within' the bole, into, which
the woman about to be scented throwt
a handful of scented drugs. She then
takes of the cloth of "tope" which
forms her dress and- crouches naked
over the fumes, while she arranges
her robe to fall as a mantle froni hec
neck to the ground like a tent. She
now begins to perspire freely in the
hot-air bath, .and, the pores of the
skin being thus opened and moist!
the volatile oil from the burning per
fumes is immediately absorbed. By.
the time that the1 fire has expired "the
scenting, process is i completed, and
both her person andherrobe are redo
lent with incense, with .which they
are so thorougly impregnated that I
bave frequently smelt a party of wo
men strongly at full a hundred yards
distance when the wind has been
blowing from their direction.
Earthquake Shocks SurEHFiCAi
The superficial character of a Nevada
earthquake was noticed some months ago.
The Eureka (Nevada) Trader of April 17,
relates anotherjiud similar experience Af
miner 'at' work In a mine on Prospect
Mountain daring the last shake at Secret 1
Canon says that while the tremorTwas
plainly felt by his partners on the surface,
he, at a depth of eighty feet, noticed hoth
The same miner says that through an
experience of fifteen years underground
he has observed one peculiar phenomnon,
namely, that loose stones and bits of earth
in mines are sure to fall between twelvo
and two o'clock at night. About this time
it seems that everything begins to stir,
and immediately after twelve, although
the mine has been as still as the tomb be
fore, the fall of little particles of rock and
still safe at midnight.
State Medical Convention,
patci that the builder of -the futnre earth will be heard, aud if there is a cav
would be called upon to fit a median- ing piece of ground in the mine it is sure
icarVi-atch-dog' to the street door, to to give way
'"2 t..l:': i . i. mM:aA It would I
guaiM ou outlet; uc w'v jtijumu
be interesting to know if other .
miners have ever observed this phenonvq i
Use of this Potato. In Franco farina
is largely used for culinary purposes. The
famed gravies, sauces, and soups of France
Most persons are aware
Wilmington, N. C; May 12. that, by introducing a flame of
There is a full atfen'dance ' upon the gas into an open tube, whether met-
tnedical convention nowi in session al or glass, the tube will sound; in
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nere, anu tuc session, tnus lar aas iacx, we uiiguvii prouucc.aH.gM.g ,a . indebUsd fort heir, excellence to
been very pleasant. 1 The first impor- flames. , . There are . 6ilent speaking tnat 80Urce, and its bread and pastry equal-
taut meaaurc yet brought 'before the tubes-rthat is toay, tubes that, un- ly so, while a great deal of the so-called
body in a comtntihlcatiou frohi the der ordinary circumstance, do not ut- cognac, imported into togiana anu r ranee,
lgeconibc Couyiarcah Society ter a sound but if the door be open- is the product of the potato. Throughout
.ii . v ir I- j. . . , .. . , i .i .i i Germany the same uses are common. In
the substance oi wirrcn is iovpunisn, eu xi uiau-,., vqaiey, u,e. m.c6.u, p . . . manufacturc cf spirits from the
by a fitie of $50, of imbrisontuent for vibrates, aiidthQ most startling noises I ia a mo&t extensive trade. "Stettin
not less than ninety days, any one result. A glass of this ; description brandy,' well ktaow'n in commerce, is large-"
fotihd'gin'tv br ttfe'-nlistfemeanor'of lias been contrived in which, when a ly imported into England, and is sent from
pfactichiganiediciue or'tsurgery. in this ject of gas burni, the sound of a dog thence to many of ' her foreign possession.
I ' : . . , . , .. . ' , ii.i . . as the producft of the grape, and is placed
Sfate contrary, to the statute which in- barking is produced, should the street oa uble of England as the same,
corporated the state .Medical Society 1 ooov be opened. I litis may tne nouse Lwhije the fa-lr iftdtes of our country perfume
andestablished theStatelioanl of Med- be guarded by a mechanical watch- themselves with the spirit of potato, under
ical' Examiners.1 ' Thati star tile makes
it a riiisdemeanor for any one to prac
tice medicine and surgery iu North
Carolina who has not a . license from
such board, unless- such person was
engaged in practice prior to the pas
sage of the law lii question. The
Edgecombe Society also asks for the
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nassaire ot a law c
alo for a law
t ho designation eau dc Cologne. But there
are other uses which tins esculent! it turned
1 1 abroad. After extracting the farina the
pulp is manufactured into ornamental arti.
cles, such as picture frames, snaff boxes, and
several descriptions of toys, nd he water
that runs from it in the process of, manufac-
cases of death', before burial, the cer- um V
tjfieaf e' of K imysieiau shall be furnish- at"
. v i . i "i aud unde
It is gratifying to find that the peopje
geuerallv are tor Jarvisfor governor But
there is nothing strange about rit after.
the record lie- has made asgovernor since
Vance. went to.tha lj. S.Senate. That he
is a cfkft livtleJ.'jUsr, and sagacious ruler,
even his enemies must admU, .He haal Somenonthsjago tlief Foster brothers,
three i cinema uesperaie cuaraticis ui
Polk county, were arrested and ptaceu in
jiUW Recently a party, headed by a man
named Price, went to the jail and releas
ed Yhem.T T,Tho.4e engaged in the Jiiatter,
together withtte prisoners, escaped, ex
cept Price, woo was4captared by the
SheriDtand iailetU AnticipaUng Uiat the
Fosters would lu turn emieivor ia mease
Price, in the sajne manner as they had
beenT tufueil' out. j the j Sheriff carefully
rTreparedTa trapr door which would spriug
the mement aujaJtemptwd8foade ton
lertheSall. " tistAituekaf Tlie Fosters
apieareiithe tfap fell, batching all three
in f he rnoni below. Thev.made
k deiperiite 6tfiigg1 and one or two shbts
peace shall be furnished.
she becomes cured by the operation.
Abtificiai. Respiration. The Medical
Press and Circular, 1880. informs us-that
in a receut communication to the French
Academy, Professor Fort raises again tlie
question of prematuie intermeuts. One
fact he mentions is that be was enabled to
. Progress of the Boom. ?1 . Grant would
not bc a eandulalt
;rk re-building soon., ' iMjmbf,mctionV on the suthorirr of
?ndidait anyway lie -would
not becaideunless there was a unan
imous cairfor him and he was nominated
by, acclamation. 3- He would try the first
H4 was after it like anyother man. ; Ie
ii f inn for a bitterght,' ahd wilf naa on
iui hft !. rStld dowiaSd ben I. Thia last
twere,fired befofOrtlie Sberi gotr them
t prison, VutUe are safe there now, m
I were at last accounts--CAirIof 05cri
A trial took place at Vienna re
cently, the result of which will not
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be recetved'with much favor by tliasc j ture js a ra08t yaluable scourer. ' For per-
who put (heir trust in mediums. A fectly cleansing woolens and such articles,
. . . stiiritimlist nrofessor. named Hansen, it is the housewife's panacea, and if the
reatiug a. board to . . .... . -, vfk1'X, 1 washerwoman happens to have chilblains!
. ' i o. . i who has acquired considerable noto-1 t,
... . . .. 1 netr at Vienna and Pesth for some
rennirinff that in an r.. . . , .
; :l J .! - .... vn. iiAcf aH 1 f XW r 11 rt t thA
to couseon to the plattorm,
l.M..vf - 'lrt nnt.?A mm
. t .... .1 .... 1 aMamln.1 I . i
' . ...iiicf lna will . I li ll5llloi1(TA W9R
i . .i .:c... :....;,. i 1(. asuw,0, M,a M" fcw
mat ine ceriiucaie juanvw v - v i r. , , M,
accepieil vry u yuung man iiauicu
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Fislicner, ana tne proiessor, uespue restore to lue a child tnree-years oia, oy
practicing artificial respiration on it four
hours, commencing three hours and a half
after apparent death. Another case wa
communicated to him by Dr. Fournol, of
Billancourt, who, in July, 1873, reanima-;
use of which expression he was sura- J ted a nearly drownetl .person - after four
raoned before the district magistrate j hours of artificial respiration. This per-
mi:finp.l one: hundred florins. The son had been in the water ten minutes,
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j. a - ' f j t 1 and the- doctor arrived one nonr alter
rofessor, however, did not look upon ant n. , -
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r' " 'V . - ..!. 1 1 1! . -. .nffi.iani rnnamf ttn tnr hi a I . . . ... - . : -
UIXCIXXATI, May iu.-r-t llie &es.l M113 as "-i the utility of artificial respiration in casea
fi-A AUU nnllAd n witness a artinciai respirauon in any case oi appar-
,1, . . - ' 1 1 en t death from asuhyxia. Professor Fort
not a cow
ard, and whu ha conscience aud con-;
be depended1 ou
rrl i i...t.!..'..t .tin. t.nfli..i.aH ". i I
i ... ii. V hls-artistic passes, failed to produce
special committee of five, to report at lj; t.
. . ;,' VV any effect upon him.Fishcher began
this session. The fol owing are.the u -
u T r a' a I ii t to banter the professor, and tell him
commttee: Drs. S. 6, batch well j Jno. - J. .V1. t1lA
iv.t r.ina ;tu;1 he was on y a ."vile impostor, for the
Moore and H. M.'Alfordl
The "yorfhern Jletliodist'.'
i.T.tba Mothodist General lnfer-lift tired honor, ana commcnceuairesii nf nff. sn order to
'JwHav memorials were nresert ted 1 suit4 in order to proVjC ; that , he was poisons from the lungs and
J 1 . A .. f I i II r 1 l. - I I....1I. t if la l1ncir1ltt
elnrfiitn tit m bwlitiir tor i reall Vi caDaoieDi.,ioinc waa. uc pru- imM .-
ft ' v-.' - a ir 'W V w .. I
Liberia, to be located in mat repuoic, i
the election of a colored uisiK.p,,auq lypung mau.w.io uauu.wa.. Pr has not yet determined, 4ut
the electionofa German bish, whose ap excellent medium on the iioTn ; 10 i, that it ahoulibe
t jl:-.;i uimiitd ipotj huwever. lana'wno ar, xne uiauinc 01 uie h 1 nemevenn-r v. tor several nour
CpiSWIff pii. r , . '1 $ J .tt' T "
berestricied to Gttir4tf;im - p The raode8Vwa.; tvhai
Aesbtiaibni'a'nVirtJ and cd noimngcommuui.
v-Miiirili aiid t?iakVntbVoim the- man most to
l$ioi X? ltU nseb'br tht defence1; for elective coufl.ct.
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