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near tut: ripe not. rattling, falling . nor, taWf fl! tie tafcJ i f n,i , I m '
o All the autumn woodland round rrty, fc lU PtttiW j, fe4 I ! f!I h T!?tUf j
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AeonifeuKt8 the Kik i irtitUiac
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nii-cureu corn
For the gathering haud are yearning,
the rich trpat ; I , fur tUtf tJorrriiotd.l ji at tb kain! f ill U t 1 uk r
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It loothcs ad fccal tl:3ll6uibrae;f
. Se Xnny, lufluiacd ai;d poisoned 17
5t JiusL and urercnis the niglU
rejrfs And thrkteesa across the chest
Staatoi-urabSordadat is only
Sfciarf t(T have the .rl.'fet remedy,
SnStl.' BALSAM Is 1 hat remedy.
tkuibenljrn sperifiq itIU cure yon,
Teai though professional aidfcills.
Aol Most roiOirful -GealinQ
I i i Agent ever Discovered.
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' Jlcmt'j' Cirho'-o Xr?V3 cures sov fi,
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JhV' e,.trbnlia fittlt-n fur mixtions.
Htmry' t'irrM'j A.'r.f heal jiutph-s.
UtHtjf' Curlmiia bulra hcuij iruv. .
kfilcfor IJcnri''Jalio Iio Other.
I I t,KAuno?couriTiir:iTiT. ci
.5wefjiuf,r, falling down below.
FiiUinil Fallingr all thing?! cnilinff,
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Where' the merry brook i brawliug.
iHTou w ild festooned vineyard y ield
Grapes and tun&eadtues nbtrmlunt,
Huxelf Pinion and apiw, zi: ."-N i.
Luttcious, bountifnl, redundant '
TrensureM which the snubeatna draw
To thy full lap, fairy woman ; i
Filling, child, thy liny hands
Miia'd strong garner crowding ; human
Hearts rejoice for fruitful lands.
'October, 1630. E. P. II.
For the Watchman.
Ccat&7ioas Diseases Ccld., IZcrrtivrieca,
I'Zraait to (Ac Tatic.
feiVlspii life
One lovely morutln early May,
I pafetcd the irou gate,.
While every sprouting'twig was gay
Iu nature's nrt estate.
And here with granite walls enclosed,
Cunnuibered graves are laid :
Of tottering age. they are composed
Of youth the boy and maid. i
Here infants from their mother's breast,
.And masters trained at York,
Are laid in silence down to rest.
--WitlrGraeber, Lynn audStorck.
In distance far from east to west,
They came in oiie by one
A father, wife, a Utcr bless'd,
A: brother and a son.
With vernal life the eve is turned ;
T view artistic skill,
And trace the hope divinely learned
Tlurthese are living still.
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'Mi4 scented flowers that cheer. the sight,
, -Dressed by a careful hand,
Ynt see on Parian marble white
The name of Ieilig stand.
Anst us Vonng and,jGTeorge nt old
Kind brothers lived and died.
And now beneath the given turf cold
TShcy Vc sleeping sitle. by side..
Here familv uanies, iu order.tell:
'1 iIrct'ordof ibe-iwixt, -
As when they rose and how they fell,
While latc and marble last.
plicable ta hint Lav 'Lr srtttMMr4
The preaa of th StaU atttl tt Utntrr-.
tie sHakera hate by the record, rent let
ed Iiim on several eceusiont cvadrd tlt
demands of justice In char&ins his Jatles
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lu many other ways, too, ho has exercla
ed his judicial prerogatives in favor of
Kepublicans and in the oppression of
those who differed with him politically.
Then, again, during the Holden' Kirk
War, when an organized banditti was
called out for the ostensible, purpose of
suppressing alleged violence in certain
counties, but really fur political effect,
when Joshia Turner, then the leading
Democratic journalist of the State, was
arrested and incarcerated iu a loathsome
cell, application was made to Judge Bux
ton displaying a most revengeful, vindi
ctive partisau spirit, indicating thereby
a disposition to oppress a fellow citizeu
for no other apparent reason than that
his suffering subject had denounced the
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sitting in jnagntcniupoaMiejierf ftHftts. a t tfc gwu pu.ry. m i h-iiU f - i I " La
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imposed heavy fines nuon I)eniocratscon1 nrs have tesamnl iiri pajafuf, aIi,u4 Clf turj f.? 4
victed before him of misdemeanors, wli Us .claims the credit f it, IU pt mmi, km h J m UU tlcif rraI faot! of Ufarm
at the same term of the court lis released j a it Is, must ba anrrlbnl wbwlly t tto 1 Um nttt ontalJt ef lh cvnvtBtioiit)
Republicans, guilty of the same offenses I scanty harvest rwMl sua llt auaau-at j tpjt E0J 'wfU.jHwtfJ tevs,
upon the payment of " peuuy audcosts." j harvest liere.. If are pra!eiit. wa , i . . , , .
win, wuuoui innner uriay. waw ururr . .
preimratloo than we have jet made for uU liivt titWr or niotbtf HboU
crisU that must ere long occur. enoogli toMf Ult with them, and
lavish itRJtsTs to cuRruRATioxs. who l not keep tltelr test mcnUl
Prior to ISO, there had never been the Mn, social gtfUfor OOUU friends,
donation of an acre of laud directly to a ghow ua ft tnr who nm Mf
ndlroadcorratiou. Acconling t land storics OP jokci to Udi ht tUe j,-
office estimates, the ltepublican party, , i J
since 18C1, has grantwl to railroad corpo- c,ro,c ftcr, upper who lias an eye
rations more than 137,(XX),0(M acres, about out for new facta of travel, discovery,
one-twentieth ot the whole United States, science, literature, art or religion with
larger in extent thau New York, New Jer- which 0 stimulate conversation at
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sey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio and honie -who talka with the little chaps
Kentuckv: larger than the German em- . i . . . . , . , !
i i i o - .........v ii about their studies and plays, and the
pire, including Prussia, Saxony nud.nll . , , . .
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rRfMi wUcli tl ejsvtLrt tf smr
Mti tcri!f al trr 4ir.ts
ty hef firtt tnmfe. I i mU
era timr, t!s hktury tf tlrUilAtiiiy
cufitatot the Mittiry of the tmandpa
Uba of wwiaetu Where th quicken
lag words of Ilia who talkrd with
the woman of Samaria, ami released
Mary of Magdala from her thralldom,
have not been tcard, there has been
no real amelioration of woman's con
dition. These considerations lend
great interest to the following facts
concerning the condition of women in
the distant East :
"As time progresses, the. condition
of the women of the orient rapidly
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bo considered impartial f
Upon everystump Judge Buxton extolls
the virtues of Gariield, and is to
"His faults a little blind,"
and he, also, prays his-auditors to elect
him. Garfield is the man who sold his
influence iu Congress to tiie DeGolyer
Pavement company for $5,000, and also
suffered himself to be briled by the
Northern Pacific Kail road company.
A DistiiiguUlied Union Gciipral
on Hancock.
the Dutch principalities; larger thau oiuer ones aoout uieir uuues, amoi
France and Belgium, and innch larger tious and labors who keeps before j improves. Japan has taken the lead
than Great Britain and Ireland. It be- big daughters an edeal of a gentleman j in this respect, and to-day Japanese
exert an
ould have
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waste? The "oveniinent loaned to six irora tne resi oi ins xnowieuc, sinci- ago. vnina is ucmg laugui me ica-
of these railway corporations more than ly for their use, and we'll show you son, though more slowly than Japan,
$64,0U0,XX). When the bonds mature a rtXre man, we are afraid. If a home and women are entering to-a limited
the. loan, Pcipnl and interest, will Q be gomething raorc than a board. exteut into ihe world 0f business and of , gteed g;V u for , -
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vandal horde of cut-throats then abnsing j longed to the people; it was given to a wj,0 treats laJj wjtl, sincerity, rev- women occupy a position and
the Mate ami ner people uy. tneir lawless , iew inu.T.u..n.a( .r .- flnJ M . inflljenCe that few of them w
depredations. ganized themselves into corporations, is -,
r .i r ri e i i i ft ..ii !.':,,... vfi...,.u f his ''small talk in a separate package dared dream of a quarter of a
In Him f;io nf t f;Kfa r:ili tin .lllilirn ! tllPrtk 111 :lll lllKtorV. HtlCll iltl CXaiUUie OI I 0 I
m W.sp i
aror Sale by X. ; KLUTTZ, DrngiSt,
Sliva Isp' pala and TlLonKicsa. ,
j ; rir fob sale by all dkucgists. "
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Attbrnsy andjDoanssllor at Law,
1 SALisnrnY, x. c.
5 Office? in the Court IIone lotText do
tsSqnire Hanliton. Will practice in all
we Courts of the. .State. -
Two monuments together stand.
With -ros and iH'iiduntK dieieii ;
They Miut ImvoikI the stormy strand
1 o maiiMous of the blessed.
Thrv bring to mind two sifter's graves
Two tipirits round the ihrone;
The lir-1 who passed where Jesus saves,
Her work on earth well done.
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The second shaft, with virgin grace,
Toearihlv visions lend,-
While high it stands r mark the place :
Where grace and beauty eua.
Close by a little child is laid,
And oer its sleepiug iunt.
A human form of maiblejuade,
Guards welt the sacred trust.
Soon all will hear the angel's voice,
An l move iu grand array ;
Then how will every grave rejoice
fii that great using day I
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st. Unl fcf Udf44 tHitt !!,
at4 at tJ lis Ur .U jib sh fcad ta
kt -M.ioa g taatHHi kill that was
d i Out battle. Aaat lVtly has vrr
I73chiMrrn, grand -cbildren and great
grand -chUdren, and what Is a tittle rt-,
markable, she was never twenlyvflve"
miles from where she a as born and rait- .
A horse owned by Mr. Thoa. It. Camp '
bell, a prominent citizen of Page county,
Va., ' deliberately committed suicide . by ;
drowuing himself in the Hawskill river, a 1
stream running near the houso of his
owner. A son of Mr. Campbell drove the '
horse to the river to water him and while
in the stream the animal laid down and
permuted himself to be drowned, alt ho'
strougand apparently well. The animal
resisted every effort to rescue him, and ,
as fastTas he was driven out of the river -he
would return, till ho was finally per
mitted to end his days in the manner' in
which he seemed to desire. The owner
ing house, a mere convenience or so- J politics. Merchants of Canton, who had suffered from a form of indigestion,
amount to $390,000,000. This large loan
w.ia iu.iUk ov ...x,., ; , 1. , .1. . .i,:i. 1 !.:.. ..1,1 .
but its priority has been surrendered. t ciai necessity, it ougiu louraw oui. me woum nave seciuueu uieir wives uu,, , u,?
mav be considered as lost, and should be best gilts of each inmate into tne luna with, the utmost care a decade or two " " -e---;- - r--
charged to the Kepnblicau ynrty. of common enjoyment and mutual ago, now permit them to be seen, and - ; .. ,
Our aggregate expenditures the last m iuist rations. GoWm Utile. what is more, they allow them to con- knAnrn' ti,, 9unwthpr i.
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Mglit Life of Vwine-Hen. ,(- Jn-.t."...!. taava.
Practices in the State and Federal
Court. " i 12:0m
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Addison, X. Y. Advertiser.
Gen. . U . Averell saui in reionse
to an invitation to take partin a grand
Democratic demonstration, at Bath.
New York.
The apprehension is expressed by some
that Gen. Hancock if President would be
manipulated or iuduenced by politicians
of whom the icople distrust. To this
let m say I have known Gen. Hancock
for twenty-three years. Ilia character
has been a growing model. With the
vigor that comes from perfect health, he
has been au ardent student and a cIomo
observer. His mind is constantly on the
allert, and lie gives to his well-formed
opinions a prompt and clear expression.
An excellent aud experienced judge of
character, he is tho last man to be de
ceived or deluded, and I know of nothing
in life or death that could change his
resolutions or purposes with, regard to
his duty. He is a thorough Democratic
gentleman, fond of cultured social iu-
Oue vinorning when spring was iu her tcrcourse, but iu different to the bright-
teens- ' - larta f filfitliotl- flllll dPKIliMlllIf the
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A morninii ro a imwis wisiuns, , . ., - m n.. i.
l an ilium i" ' iiv pn- ...... o- --- I ... ,, - f. 1 .
i . Miss lUsJc audT went fishing. mighty dollar enables gifted snobs to
occasionally set forth in American so-
I, in my rough aud easy cloths ciety. v No oue represents him but him-
itu my lace ni m huh-uui hivh, , i
L-n tat 1 1 or I
the will of the American people under
nineteen yenrs, omitting what was paid
as interest, have been mom than-$5,800.-900,000.
- The aggregate expenditures the
preceding sevcuty years were $1,000,000,
000. The last nineteen years we spent,
One nilit often destrovs a whole gate the Chinese rivers and the waters
life.! The leakaw of the nicht keeps Ulong the coast," and it is said that The chronicler of Lient. Schwatka's re-
saiy, $4 ,200,01)0,000 more than ""ring all , p , f " N- , . Mme of them have gone so far as Co cent expedition in searei. o tne remains
the balance of on, national life. The a v- JlZ allow their wives to sit with them at f Franklin records some inter-
erage civil and miscellaneous ex,edi- B V",".""" ,bbi;,t,bW Similar nro.reSS is "? " T
tures of the ltepublican party, the last are committed in one nigiu man man r , 1 . Arctic regions, j ne lowest leraperaiure
nineteen vears, have Ken $52,000,000 a the days of the week. This is more ooservao.e u.uou5 u.c - met witn oy me company was itMuegrce.
year. In the nineteen years before they emphatically true of the large towns other eastern nations. Ihe world below the freezing int, or 71 degrees
I 1 . I , I below zero Fahrenheit, a decree of cold
were lesHiuau ?i,"u",tnu. 1 ""Ko'o'" mi than those of the country. i , ., , A . .- . ...
Indian exnditnres, the last nineteen V fil Mj!L - impossible to imagine by the pea-
reara. nmonnte,! to 07.(K0.000. for the The strpet IamPS 1,ke a fiIe of8olt,,crs An Enormous Concern. pie of more temperate clime. The effects
..... a.rorwi mtn 1 1 with torch in had stretched away in I of such intense cold nnon the human
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will sav nothing of onr war and naval long lines on eitlier smewaiw me gay
Krupp's steel and iron vorks at 1 gysteia were not so marked in the case of
expcmiitnrcs, or pensions and interest, colored transparencies are ablaze with Essen, Germany, pay $2,600,000 in the lieutenant and his companions as
f.r they are notfairly the subject of com- alwct5uM . the saloon and billiard wages annually, average of $311.- miglt be supposed, and even during a
.i " 1 1 .1 "II . ......n. I Gf .. K 1 nv nn o Kaia tt .I N I I '
halls are uriiiianuy uiuminaieuiiiiusiv. ou per. uuuu, u . j
Two Fisliers
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1 wentr years ago our rauroau imeresw f . 4Ka cmv nrbinr dvs in a vear. 70 3-5 cents " o-i.-
were managed exclusively; in the states; kdu .w , " 7 i e 7u i i e rr, lue pny. reumiu -""r"- '
now these interests are lobbving in Wash company begin to gather to the haunts per. day for the whole force. I he av- mcn adapted themselves as mnch as pos
ition. Twentv years ago education was and houses of pleasure; the gambling erage daily wages are really 69 cents 8ible to the habits of the imtives, feeding
acknowledged to a home concern and deng are aflame with palatial splendor; per man, the most skillful forgers and upon blubber and fat meat, by wldch the
left exclusively to the states , the theory wide open . thc raiH8 puddlers receiving about double this ua "JLT
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of destruction are grinding heaitn, average, wmie unshiiieu laoorers aWe tw Mcnre with tIlcir Testing rifles
honor, hannitiess and hope out of ceive only $2.88 a week. The work- . jujee,. at one time to last.theui
thousands of lives. The city underling men at Essen have a considerable for KV-cral days. The difticulty of ap
il.n fislicrhts is not the same as under offset in the way ofvery cheap living, proachiug these animals was often very
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now hsserteil and beginning to prevail is
that the general government must see to
the education of it children. Albany
A rgn.
i nose,
And her nose tipped vice rcraa.
I, with my roil, my reel, and my hooks,
And a hamper for lunching recesM-s j
She, with her bait of her comely loks.
And the some of her golden tresses.
the constitution and the laws, through
an administration such as those living
have not seen.
tier asi BMerson,
Attoifzieys, Counselors
vm : !. s : '
I and Solicitors.
So wo silt down on the snnni dyke,
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wiifii 1 no wnue ooiui-iunc tc-n-i ,
Anil I weut to fishing like quaint old Ike,
And she like Simon Peter,
A Singular Coincidence.
A New Jersey paier, the Patterson
Onardian, in the following article di
rects attcntiou to a rather striking coin
cidence :
Garfield admits that ho "borrowed
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34y22 1879 -tt.
All! the nnon I lay iu the light of her eyes
COIIlCIUence ll was, 10 wmir, umirwtii-
aLother lneinbers of the House liorrowed
tlv the same amount of Oakes Ames
And when the time for departnixMttiuc, a . , imttinir out
.. I..... no fi.tllll.lfr I V 1 "
..: .1.1 i,.w.iui ii..r omA Imonev where it wonia uo .ne inosi
IlUR in.c'iv .. ".1 a 1 -
- rise.
aud the baiter alone was baited.
A hundred and fifty pounder.
The Hancock Cock;
W'su? H lhig atTested statement; from
riiaVi Priait,'Vf the .Valley of Vir
tion r J'!8 beeM 8e,,t u forthe" iutorma
m thuse who wish to use a
WIT, er some 500 Tons diffierentl
U,m oipj tn fotAvl'et and a foir pronor
rd tit? rancl wicU hss given Piichgen
WoCVon U,at we Pct o dooMe onr
wah.f LrnU 'hi'ason and it will have
ItEH!8"1 t,,i8 Bection of lle Valley"
ttlli?a8u,ficentlT l'"" For term, &c,
TIi fa is the cock that crows tills morn,
And wakes the racis wun eiarioii iiom, ;
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Anuoticing wcuitwii,iu"Hic ?.ftu v w.m.
" Hurrah for HaiicocK :
Thij is thc cock that crew last night,
And'woke np edrly for the fight-- j
Wa spurred and eager by'dayliguti
XI Ull Mil V .
This is the cock that crew in Mainet
Aud signaled Democratic gain j
God's justice showered like the raiqr-
! Hurrah for Hancock J I
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is the cock tells Garfield's loom,
And heralds the Democratic ."boom n
De Golyer, stand asidemake room !
H arrah for Hancock !
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This is the cock whdse crow blends tears
For Southern dead with Northern cheers
And welds a wrong of twenty years
j . . Hurrah for Hancock ! j
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Hero is the little list:
John A. Logan,. $329
William D. Kellcy, 329
James A. Garfield;.-;;. 329
We have noticed that this qneer cir
cumstance has not yet beeu explained by
any Garfield stump orators.
Nor is likely to be. Armfield says in
his speeches that no mau in the world
ever Vborrowed" just $329, and that if
he could get an indictment against Gar-,
field he could couvict him on these
figures, before: any petit jury in the
Akdersox, Oct. It The old resi3mceof
John C. Calhoun, in the southern portion of
Pickens county, was burned last night.'
This residence was one of the oldest in the
county. The place now belongs to Dr CM
Doyle, of Toceoa. Ga. No insurance. Loss
aliont $3,000. The fire was the result of ac
cident, - : - . ;
Gov. Vance ox JIattkrs of State.
One of the most effective parts of Senator
Vance's speech, night before last, was that
in which he spoke of State affairs. In refer
ring to the saleof tho Western North Caro
lina Railroad, he said that aside from the
material relief it afforded the people of the
State, it was his profound conviction that
the road itself would have proved a cause of
disscntion more deplorable than that which tears are
divided the people of Virginia, causing us,
as it had-caused them, to entirely lose sight
of thc great issues of the present campaign.
It was the wisest thing Gov. Jarvis everdid.
Charlotte Olterrer.
great, for in the still cold air the step of
a man npon the snow could be heard two
miles away, and the grating of the sledge
runners resounded like the clothing of
's sunlight. The allurements and which thc proprietor guarrantccs them.
Is and nitfalls of night are a liun- There is an immense bakery in con-
drwl fold deencr and darker and more nection with the works, where 15,000
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destructive. Nightlife in our cities loaves of bread arc made every day temncrei Ktcel. It was not an easy mat
is a dark pmblem, whose depths and aud supplied the workmen at cost. ter to keep guns in working order in this
abvHsesand whirpools make us start There are stores to supply clothing, climate, for at 60 degrees . and ' 70 degree,
back with horror'. All night long dry goods, groceries and provisions at
s falline. blood is streaming, cost, schools, reading-rooms a theater, -V. .t'-lth tLe kinZ of
Make a record of the nights of one etc., and the workmen when sick, are iks. When the enns were brought
week. Put inllie moping paper the cared for in a hospital without cost, jnto the varnl atmosphere of th huts to
names of all young mcn, their habits receiving half wages also. The work- be cleaned, they would at onco become
and haunts, who are on the street for men also lodge in houses owned by -
sinful pleasure. Would there not be Krupp, at a nominal rent and ,n these had IMb
firMntnmv.ivfithat Hancock is a UWrne and confusion? Some would several ways the wages 01 tne xsen . fin(1 U8tl e8a block of ice
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vain, weak, ambitious man ; that he not dare to go to their places ot tousi- laborers are saiu 10 ue auuu. uuuu,
Wn nn Knllipr .luring tiro war and iiess: some would not return home at eflectivc value.
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will be a mere plaything in the hands at night ; some would commit suicide,
of the noliticians. I On naire 300 of J Remember young mcn, that in thereti-
Russcll Young's book. Grant express- La of the AU-ecing eye there is noth- Perhaps the biggest horse in thc
The "White Horse.'
iu his hands. A bottle of wlnskey wuicn
was in the stores was cougealwlo the
consistency of thick syrup byUe intense
cold,, and the cup from which one of 4h
travelers essayed to drink actually froze
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fa his lins. The low teniperniuio 01 uui
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ed himself a vear ago as follows: ing hid but shall be revealed on tne worja ls the "white norse 01 .oerK- latituae permitted wune of the Esquimaux
.Hancock is also a fine soldier. At last day. ... shire, England. It is one nunureu . the to pract.cea "n,c
- and seventy yards long to tne enu 01 nM,n some . woivca .-
The Epizoona The New York , ; , fi cnt in the gide thcin. They sat upright in the ice sever-
my personal preferences were for SchV tel ranl Mys it was estimated that . A long way off it looks as 1 keen knife blade and .WJ.J -
fiif r ! H.,v.L. bd oMmd . i i fi ' b. . .. . Uitt. LIimnI. These the wolcs licked.
uciu, .. ."lucre are o,uw uor ouut..6 thoneh drawn n chalk lines, but tne but being prevent-.
the promotion and gave his name to- . . . Uv and the ira. LtHongu ura A hrtW.Wln
Stanton. He wrote me a beautiful -i" 4. , ..outlines are re..j ... wl hy ,"
i lL. ..a nresiiion prevails uiai me m...... ,
letter on iiie suujcui,, uoi ic4i..w..o . j ;- . .. i
w ! i i. . I ?fi ...,tii nf.rv miimal
Til n ft, m m mm. mw m mm avmi aMftiBi m m k mm m w w
m f -i . 9 a.i.Aa
sml and kept clean ana ireeirom tjic time, aud tncir own warm uiouti
crrass by the people, who take great tempted, tnem 10 co,u...u ...
S in it The ditches are six yards tongue, were so scarified that death, was
pr., IC ,B Tl.o i ,f inavitable. The natives also Uund n,
Wide anu iw tew I irtTr .trins of wluilebouo with pieces oi
Imvo i1upjiv remained on
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cordial fiioting. I have great reiect i,, affected. The horses iu urooKiyn
for Hancock as a roan and a soldier. d Jersey City are also affected. Not
oat. news a; i l iMfh has so tar occurred i . i . . - - a Tl. . .. . .
m mm i ffe- . the norse is lour icvi, crp. - - jncat, and after allowing tiieni w irerw:,
In speaking of General 068 as- aiming the diseased animals, ine ciis- tiic horse is four feet across, anT dropped them into the animals' way.
, the Wilson Adance says the mier uas ------ " thft ,8 fifteen yarns long, x-can Ti,ese v won," ,,u'" . ' "V."-
' I et-t.---Vw Rrunsiriek. It ore- i - . . m. - vt. I .t.- ..m! into the intestines of the
IhA seen for sixteen nines. icu mc wvj i - ----- . - I00! seen lur T ,..i h meat havin"L thaweI,
states that he cut the road and Par- vails, aiong m time comes to .clean out tne : uitcnes vottld 8pread open and ,
appeared in x uiiaucp...-, lhc raake ton o - . dea(ll. nnuter. .
-playbill som 01 " rnuS is bad enongh fof
Vnlfor.thnnnfenanecofman. ' have fine times, uno.iuaie i.c
... .vw -r-----r" t - 'i ; - ... . : mfl ....I rr i not tnown ' woives.-ouv .... . .r
the beauty of -lxve, uae to ; . w!Vr 11 mauxonght to satisfy any one, . . ,
danscrous wnen it co-ncfiaie. "-y , - -.
and quickly destrovs
women. ; I .
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