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11. THISB SEEIES
SALISBURY, N. Ci DECEIIBEE 2, 1880.
LiBlJSHED IN THE YEAR 18327
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It moutli sm's'sm-s C m's 12 .
f . ..
3 5.25 i 7.59
fro I 9.75 U.25 16.59 85.99
is;-5 I 26.25 j 33.75 Us.75 75.99
: W ! W
Ifiirm. Wblte Swelilnir.Coat, Goitre,
Cmtf. MalirU, a't til diseases arising
Lkl or scalp. !-
Cures! gypbllls. -
2 .-k-'iy -
Cures' Slalarla. e
- . Forth Watchman.
Cburcli Choirs., j.
JIC" .Ig"1 "' 1 . 1 ' 1
Cures Xerroas Debility.
has Its ingredients pn&Ufhea on every
ipackapo. Bhowlttoyour Fhyslclaa, aa
the -will tell you; it Is composed of tho
fctr4nt!frt clteratlres that exist, tad U an
Itxcelleiit lilooU Puffier. - ,
BOSADALI3 1 sold by all Dracglats.
iir pain mm.
i ' rTTtprnal nn j Internal.
T ISUt nr4? iTfcT T KTV T!T.7.1 !".V KTl f3" TII15 AC2.
Miwyi - -
Poif $ liver Pi
TEE GEEAT VEGETABLE CATHAETIO
Vegetable WORM SYRUP
Inrtantly dcstrc73 T703.rs, nnd rwoTimemioa
It phTskaa u t!io licst VOIUI iEtilCIKJi.
. i C7For fifcla all Draer5s'
J0II3JF. HENRY. CUI1RAN & CO.,
lor Sale by T.F;KLUTTZ, Druggist,
1 16:1 - ' f baiirtburv, i?. C.
JAMES M. GRAY,
Attorney, and Counsellor .'at Law, --
I SALISDUJir, X. c.
Church choirs arc strange things,8trahge
in possessing strange rights,! of which Jfew
morUiIs can boast. Yet thet are hanian.
and aref f composed cenerallr sneaki
males antl females, without regard to age;
On this Ssnbjectj a book might bo written,
not onejof yotir insipid, milk and r water
style, bat a regular big thingi souietling
like Webster's Unabridged, with gilt
edges and handsomely illustrated pages.
Wo doa't propose to write a book, nor
say anything about the maii who started
the first choir, nor how long choirs hav
been in existence i nor anything of that en
timental sort. Choirs are always organi
zed by an order f roiir tlo officers of : the
church,or by a committee appointed by the
same artthonty. In either case itisentit ely
satisfactory to those ,ylaifortuDate
enonghjto beeleeted prjseleeted tofilithe
next place in importance to iho xulpit.
What is left of the congregation outside
the immediate families of the "fortunate"
considerjthemselves appointed or desig
nated musical critics, and devote their
Sunday gossiping time to the" choir j its
members, their faults, and occasionally
their music. Church
comuiittevs are proverbial for their musi
calknowledge, always making the most
judicicins and auspicious selections-fem-bracing
those males who" are of known
musical endowments, and those females
who make known their "ear" for tunes.
I This conglomeration of humanity isjthen
taken Into custody by what is known as
the "leader," or "director," who quarters
them,! ordevides them into four parts.
Fhesei parts are respectively : Sopirano,
Alto, Tenor and Bas3. These four parts
mny liavenny where from one to any uum
ber oii each part. Jt is uevcv entirely! safe.
for it multitude of reasons, to have over
one to each parti With one siuger to a
part you have what is called a quartette
choiri They are always good, because
each singer is esseutially a soloist and
soloists arc always happy j resulting nec
essarily from a Species f self-llattery and
a feeling of importance" unattainable by
average humanity. Gentle dreader.! con
sider that there are four soloists in a quar
tette choir. Now, with .these lights be
fore as, we are hardly ready to look a
choir straight in the face, however one
might venture a glance ami see how tho
.' ..j CllOlK UKI1AVE8 IK CIIUUCH. i
As a rule, and Wit understood, I speak
f tliiurs in cfcfteral. and of Hothin" iu
: j O i '
particHhir, choirs nrc'xVclHwluvmlJcou
sideriug the importance of their jwork,
and their exalted positiou too high for
most ju-eachers, or any other chUs of
teachers to reach they are remarkably
well' behaved. Tlmir .position is nearly
equal t4 the ministers, with some trifling
diiierances only. Tho miuister must be
a moral guide for the flock, abstaining.
from all semblance of worldliness,j while
the members of the choir may with im-
The Deuiocratie party of this State has
a Governor, two United States Senators,
and seven out of eight mejnbers of. Con
gressj amajorityoftwoTthird8 iu tlie Leg
islature, and a Democratic Board f Coin-
Not Dead by a Great Deal.
Says the Charlotte Democrat : Con-'
sidering that the population jf the
United States is about equally divid
ed between the Democratic and Re-
missioners in Very . iiwfc county 1 in the puhlicau parties (a very
btate, -and therefore we are confRnL ltv of the white nmiilo and' tormvprU
orth Carolina is just as solid as need be. being Democrats) it is carioas to hear
' b tales vale Lanlmstrb. . ; I . 1 . i .
some people talk about the Democrat-
The Superintendent of the Census at Uc party beine dead. In the State of
Washington has sent some special agents Pennsylvania alonOj 407,428 white
ceniuWthoT to see if the recent men voted for Gen! Ecoek, and in
census of that State was fairly taken. ... . 0i . . !w
The miserable feadicalsof the North are tuet6reafc State ( eMr5Tork, Han-
unwilling to believe that the: population I000 ge nearly one-halt of the pop-
oi boutu Uarolina lias increased within the
past ten years. They may make up their Hancock Weaver and Dow is only
i r 1 I oXt 7 U.JCar8 a 7'139) J and 80 other Northern and
still . larger -increase m the South in popiw .vct JM tr i
lation and business, and a corresponding es er es, Hancpct gets nearly
decrease in Yankee New England. Cwr. one-ha of tIje popular vote. .
Democrat. , 1 -tii tact, Hancock has a majority of
all the individual voters, and would
be President if the count was made
South Carolina Census to be
i ' ltetaken, h
Washinqton, Nov. 22.-4 The
South Carolina census is to be overhaul
ed once more. The stalwarts have
uever gotten over their disgust at the
i iicrcase of the South's population
Alexander Hamilton's Statue Tue
Unveiling' Ceremony." v,
mage said : "My friends, who told you
that there was an nnbridgable gulf be-
tweea science and the Dible f You Lear
the names of Mill, Darwin, Tyndall, Ke
nan. I can give yon names of men high
er tlifin tfinttn am TTnnnf V,.liI.inn
A.u y and tIl0 Himaiajas are Ligher. thanrtho
jonn KJ. Hamilton, tne son or me j Kidgewood reservoir. There were Her-
statesman, to ths city, took place this I schel, Kepler LiebniU, llos9 and Isaac
afternoon at Central Park in " the I Newton. At the time Voltaire said that
New Yozk, November 22. The;
ceremony of unveiling the statue of j
slmwn lv tliA onti?. nnd cannot bear
raised as soon as the figures j were tors. The Society of Engineers, St. fifty sllopil in ParU vi;cre goId wa4 heM
made public. The thorough inyesti- icuoias oocieiy anu ine xxamiuon in .olotion. When there Is an appareut
Ration! which was made a few weeks Literary Society and other organiza-1 discrepancy between science and the Bi-
afterwards did not stop the howl, and tions Were represented. M 2 p. ra. ble, all that is necessary is to wftit.B.
I .1 ,w . 4 . S . 1
(hey still protested against the idea President Jbtennan ol tne pane depart-
leased within the vote (Garfield's ; m,ajority over.Jptirjg tjlis increased pobulation went introduced Mr. John C. Ham-
Bismark's Last Scheme.
Too Late to Do Axr Good. Chicago,
Nov. 24. A disoatch from Imlianinnlis:
says that B. S. Parker, the Republican m tliafc wa7 hut the Unfair plan of
elector nominated in the place of Gen, "Electors" prevails,, and hence a mi
'I Tlmu.o. XV T tt. 1. J.l. .1 I I i , . T
officers' and their " oouus ",,u winmruwn uuruy man Decomes irresiaent. in-
i llvknankA r. m . I - 1 - T1
tvu0ui u.8 aiiegai connection wiui a (eeiij the Democratic party lacks a
FederakoiBce, has been defeated through ij 1 i 1 j i
. ,. , 'e .... ,. . " good deal of being deadi
the blunder of omitting his name from . nr
the Republican tickets in Ferry, Floyd 0o! John AV Forney, an old Lin
Bartholomew, Putnam aud Well coun- coin and Grant man, biit a supporter
ties, in which Parker did not get a single of Hancock in the late election, thus
vote. rl lad will elect D. W. Chambers. k.mL- "n tho Plill-irloltilfi Jmnw
the Democratic elector by about 5,000
A New Democratic Platform.
of the vote of the whole country :
"About five millions of the Ameri
can voters, comprising a majority of
one million of the white voters of the
United States, supported Gen. Han-
as a basis - for the reappointment of ilton, who made the presentation ad-1 Failing to find among thes members ef
Congressmen. In- order to remove dress. Hie statne was aCted on rrnss.an igiaiamre wiw isnowieag:
it . i... - r iU.. .J the behalf ... -f- tU citr bvMavnr on pohtiiO-economic subjecU which leal4
tue iwucun ur uuu.ug - g v iTj'-ir J to the enactment of wise laws, Prince Bis
accuracy of the census,-and not at all Cooper Secretary Evarts delivered nmM tte-
because he personally sees the slight- an oration on tne lite and public ser- ha8 proposed t Uie King, andjtbe latter
est necessity for such a performance, vices oi narauwn. x-jovernori has issued a decree establishing "a coqn
RiinprtntPndnt Walker, at the sutr. Bullock, Massachuseetts, Chaunceylcil of the people," seventy-five in number,
f:B nf hn P-c,Mnf i,nc ,i;0ntnh M. Jpew and uenmmin narris w "uu" ivp,ui!
ed a force of special agents to South Brewster, of Philadelphia, wereamong
Carolina with instructions to make lDC 0luer sPeaKers-
thorough investigation. They are to
visit a number of places where the
gain of population over the census of
1870 was largest and make a sort of
re-census, going from house to house
and seeing whether the people whom
At a racetimr of Democratic editors of
Northern Indiana, held. t Fort Wayne,
on Friday last, it was unanimously agreed cock in the late election, and their
that the following points should be press- frce amj independent suffrages only
cd upon the attention of tho American : r m i i .. ' . - 1
. ,. -.- , . - . , failed . to achieve an overwhelm-
li ircr. A clifinrm in Him rtneti tn timi nt v
the United States nrovidintr for the elec- -u.u9C a u..u.v.. i News and Courier.
tion of the President and Vice-President officials and their relatives, and of
by a popular vote. workmen employed by bulldozing
Second The election of United States manufacturers, were driven into the
benators by tne people ot tne several Lnnl.ufnfiai,l i. n'u !,: ,lwxci
n j ;
Drink foe the Sick.
The sick, especially those afflicted with
fevers, often suffer from intense thirst.
The quenching of this without injuring
the patient is a matter which requires
knowledge and good judgment. Dr. H.
the enumerators reported are to be H. Kane says that plain water, when taken
found. No doubt it is entertained
that this second investigation will
only confirm the first, and after such
inquiries as are now to be made it
will require a man with monumental
imnudeuce to further dispute the
relating to commerce, manufactures and
agriculture. One-half of this council,of
experts is to be appointed by theKing,
on the nomination of chambers ef cona-
merce and agriculture throughout the
kingdom. The remaining half, of whom
at least fifteen are to be workingmen, are
to be appointed on the recommendation of
the ministers. All government measures
relating to the subjects are to be submit
ted to the judgment of thi especial coun
cil before they are introduced into tho
Legislature, and the council is also to t 6
beyond a certain amount, is very apt to
disorder the stomach and bowles. esneci
allv iu fevers, where much fluid and but empowered to originate plans of improve-
little solid food is takeu. Enough water n an7 X ose branches of business
to oucnch the thirst would certainly be
0!5oe in the Court House lo next doo
to Sqaltc llauglitonj. Will pnietikiu all
the totirte ot t lie State.
jipn&EF at ljl tt;
! - t-t i -
State and Federal
: ''.! -!'. -
Blutaer as! Mem, ;
i and Solicitors.
SALISBURY, N. C
ITT ;;' L TZ"
ISALIS3UET, U: C.; ' '
Dealer in Tin 1 1
tovea in Ttttl
AH low down
irv??k3"m fitrt I will
punity attend the iqera,
table, Ealoon,daucc auddo all other things
of doubtful propriety, and when the
preacher warns the congregation pf the
evils of those worldly deeds, the choir has
the:8traugo and peculiar right to smile, to
look at each other as much as to sdy, "lie
doift mean the choir," and when the last
prayer comes, they "gaze from the gallery
juto'the congregation and "pity" such and
such an individual who "caught it" from
the sermon "he or she must feel badly ;
for what tho preacher said just j suited
him : you know he was seen to j take a
drink last week aud played cards with the
'clubVbovs Friday night" or 'slio Went to
thcpera, and was at the ball uight 4e-
fiire last." You see, good friend, they are
s0 high up that the preacher canj never
reich them. If, in tho courso of his dis
course, he chauces'to life his'eyo to the
cboir, he sees the Tenor and Alto iU a close
conversation, the Soprano leisurely turn
in' the pages of a note-book, wlfile the
Bass, if not asleep, is wn ting a uote,or par
in" hia finger nails, or, perhaps, sketching
This is perfectly right and legitimate for
I the choir,1)at the individual who would
behave that way in the congregation be
iJ.w ti,nl,l lmrenroved. but its"rto good"
TmtiirA 1 choiri for 'they never hear
IU I I J' V v . 7 -
anything, and their position is too
in tho church to be reached. j
I They look with commiseration on those
Ringers in the congregsdion wlio-have
weak voices ; aud for those who have
strong voices they have feelings akin to
disdaTu the idea that any oue; should
presume, should have the arrogance to sing
fall and loud when the choir of soloists 'are
entertaining the congregation is o them,
" person of degraded taste; a voice rough
o,t hnnrish and onl y tit for corri-shnck-
in"- frolics, and tho like."
States instead of by the Legislatures
Third A judicious revision of thepres
ent tariff iu the interests of the producing
aud industrial classes. j
Fonrth Vigorous opposition to the in
troduction of cheap Mongolian labor.'
Fifth Appropriate legislation by Con
gress for the taxation of greenbacks. t
Sixth Opposition to the coutrolliug of
elections by tlie dependents of the nation
al administration, high and low, aud
against coercive measures on the part of
corporations interfering with the elective
franchise of their employes.
Seventh Securing tho holding of elec
tions iu all tho States on the first Tues-
day after the first Monday in November.
. i t . i?. : l i : .. l :
Xiigniu i roiesuiig ugaiusb iiuiwuiiiig
with the finances of the country and ex
pressing unqualified condemnation of the
presumptuous proposition of Secretary
Ninth A demand upon the present
Congress to institute a thorough and
searching investigation of the charges
that the , apparent majority of Garfield
by which the quarryslave is scourged
to his dungeon. The will ef the peo
ple was temporarily overruled by the
abuse of the powers they have given
to the desperate leaders of the Repub
lican party. But while we work,
watch, and wait for the time when
this great wrong will be right
ed, the South should remember that
several millions of Northern Demo
crats are subjected to the domination
ot a horde ot venal and tyrannical ad- tjie bccinnin as l,e
venturers, scarcely less despicable than i to-dav When I
enough, in most cases, to disorder diges
tion, or rather further disorder it, and so
census. Charleston important is tho little that remains of this
function that we cannot afford to abuse it.
. Small pieces of ice held in the mouth
and allowed to dissolve, sometimes an
swers the purpose, but not in the majori
ty of cases.
Up to a certain point, the action of wa
ter taken internally, in fevers, is excet-
leut. Aside from allaying irritatiou by
What John Brown's Brother
Says. A correspondent of the Chi
caga 2W6 une recently hid a conversa
tion with Edward Brown, the only
surviving brother of old John Brown. quenclling thir8t it flQslie8 tho
Mr. Brown aid : "It may sound ve- carrvirig off much of the effete
with which they are laminar, bucn an
inni vution marks, on the part of the Prus
sian government, an appreciation of tie;'
necessity of bringing itself nearer to the
people, and by leaguing itself with the
best minds iu their particular industrial
spheres to give its measures the sanction
of a popular council which will thus di
vide the responsibility for them with the
government. As a nicaus ou breaking
down the influence of the socialists it is
shrewd and wise, but the salutary effect
of such a council, if the selection of its
members is judiciously made, promises
to be much more beneficial than this. As
rv harsh and cruel, but I say it with produced bv the Irish temperature.
l..s Mro t!rn nn d bnnwino. hist I It has been found that the addition of representative body, trained to under-
,UifmMn, l, T affirm that I certain substances to water greatly in-commercial , financial aid ia-
-..J -1.-1 ti.f Tu Tinwn w. b;nl crcases its powers to quench thirst.
5.a um, w Th.a ig egpecial,y tbe caso with add.
just When lie was ana just as ne was. Qne AMim of hydrochloric acid added
did, and as we
say that l am
the. carpet-baggers who temporarily La(i that John Brown was executed,
..r-..l -ill t l" ' .
I know that I express his own feel
ings on the subject."
overran the South, mainly because the
Northern Democracy were unwilling
to countenance every form of outrage
upon the South that the ingenuity of
pluuderers could devise.
dustrial needs of Prussia, and conversant
with the points in dispute between em
ployers and their workiugnieu, it may act
Of course it' was a great blow to us &1U to a quart of water, will give it sufficient no uy as a council of reform, but also
It nearly crushed us at the time, but acidity to accomplish the desired purpose, a8 council oi conciuanon. was preo
nf eM't1in .nl from while at the Fame time, it adds to Us ably In both ofthese senses, but more es
C VUU1VI 1VJW kUl. - I I 1 ... .1 T Tf
pleasantness, and sometimes relieves peciauy iu uie iaur, mat rnnce uisraars;
nausea. I urged its organization, It is a bold sup
The use of acids in fevers is highly to take, and if it should answer the ends
.nmnioi w nrP nntliArR. and this i. tor which it is to bo created, a similar
and Arthur in the State of New York
was obtained by fraudulent aud illegal
means, to the end that justice my be djue
to all parties. ' j
South Carolina Ceu'sus.
A rrival of the Special A gen ts in Colu nibia
Thar plan of Vampatgn. j
Special Dispatch to the News & Courier
The Charloote Obsei-ver comes for
ward with a proposition in which we
heartily concur. It suggests that the
next Legislature submit to the peo
ple, to be voted upon at the next
election, a proposed constitutional
amendment, providing hat no per
son in the State shall henceforth be
Snows and Intense Cold Several
Lives Lost CanaUand Rivers Im.-
Columbia, Nov. 23. The special agents entitled to the right of suffrage ex
of the census department to re-en uir.erate
tho State census have" arrived and have
established their headquarters here. to!.
F. G. Butterfield has charge of the re-.eiiu-meratiou
and is accompanied by Jj B.
Burt, O. P. D. Stone, J. B. Issler, Timo
thy Quiun, clerks of the census office- in
Washington, and sworn as special agents
for this work. It will be done over again
from the beginning. ;The agent hopCs to
the. enumeration m three
votes of their betters, or it would
force them to contribute something
t " i ! r i.. :.,o:
weeks. Col. ButterfieluThas telegraphed . ua'.-v v
to all tho supervisors for tho State,! re- tutions wliicli auord them protection
questing a meeting of consultation j be- in their rights and education for their
fore beginning the work, the whole rl, ; id ren. Taxation without reureseuta-
Winxepeg, Manitoba, Nov. 23.
The thermometer here marks 25
below zero. Father Hert was frozen
to death yesterday while hunting near
Loxa Brancii, N. J., 23. John
Conk, a man of intemperate habits,
was found frozen to death this morn
ing on the piazza of the Sea View
Uovitdout. N. Y.. Nov. 23. The
now pay nothing toward the support Hu(lson river at aud aboveCoxsackie
of government, and yet. Kill uie . 1o.,i w;h iep. and dace flatulence and diarrhoea.
w - II M 1,11111 If ILUI W W vft .... I
L- rf ' I
cept he has first paid ins poll tax.
This would be just and T-ight. It
would either excludo from the priv
ilege of suffrage a class of worthless
vagabonds, white aiid -black, who
I think, the best way in which to admin
istcr them. Tho same amount of sulphur
ous acid may be added to a quart of wa
ter when the bowels are loose, or there is
a.tendeucy that way.
In these cases acidulated barley water
is nleasant and nourishing. The same
may be said of toast water.
In constipation, oatmeal water may be
used in the same manner. A few tama
rinds added to a glass of water will often
assauge thirst and open the bowels gent
ly. Theory and experience both show that
drinks made slightly bitter and somewhat
acid, slake thirst most effectually.
A weak infusion of cascarilla or orange
peel,; acidulated slightly with hydrochlo
ric acid, was with Graves, of Dublin, a
favorite thirst-allaying drink for fever
Raspberry vinegar is a useful drink.
Sucking ice is very, grateful.
Sweet fruits although at first agreeable
and refreshing, must be taken with care
and moderation, for they often givo rise
to disagreeable taste, and are apt to pro
council will probably be suggested to re
view similar measures on behalf of the
empire. The experiment is a novel "and
an interesting one, and the result will beT
watched not only in Germany, but by
other nations. Bait. Sum. '
The in trod uo
variety, Par- gf 18S0.B?"you can buy tion of another member into a quartette
State will not be canvassed, but agents
will visit certain townships iu various
parts of the State and iu this way (esti
mate the correctness of the returns from
the whole. In Abbeville, Due West town
ship will be re-enumerated; Laurens, Wa
terloo township ; Fairfield, township Nov
8; Barnwell, Willistou township; Lex
ington, Broad River township; Chester
field, Steer Pen; Marion, Cains; jVYil-
liamsburg, Joliason township. These
are selected because their increase is
large. No fraud ischarged against them.
tion ia commonly accouuted the great
est injustice, but is it worse than re
presentation without taxation? We
repeat our faith in the justice of this
proposition. It will ; require a three
fifths vote of the Legislature to sub
mit the question to the people. If it
cau be passed there it can probab
ly be carried before the people, but
it is more than likely that the Corn-
is continually and rapidly freezing.
The thermometer along the line of
the Ulster and Delaware Railroad
ranges from 2 to 4 below zero.
Bordentown, N. J., Nov. 23.
The Delaware river is frozen over
here from shore to shore, l here 1
raorj in the river than at any time
during the past three years.
Reading, Pa., November 26.
The Schuylkill river here is nearly
closed with ice, and the ice
caual is three inches thick.
Talmage on Ingersoll.
lie Defends the BMe Againtt the Attach of
,Ar,0ok and f5?"any where else
ffiic, from : 0T"in this city.
the Icheapest Jmt$rgW win repair
w me iuat i vda'ii niti suns on
IF YOU WISH
Yqup Walches and
nifM-kK. SRwine Machines.&C
Paired by a 'good, cheap arid reaponsibl
clioiris the sure precursor oi a oigrow mat
must come sooner or latei. There are
numerous other points the eccentricities
of individuals; the peculiarities of the
organist&c. &c. number of note
wurthv facts might also be submitted,
but this paperis already too long; so J
will dose, and resume the subject on
(ntnro fwcunion. when I shall en-
J3UUJt iuvt w f
deavor to contrast differing opinions,
orknian plca8 leave them with' Metars. ami try aud say something ef tlier good in
Kliuti & Reodleinan. Salisbnrv. N. C.
:ly j R. L. BROWN.
choirs; together, with some suggestion in
regard to the improvement oi mose
musically inclined.- Sekxade:
Mortgage Deeds for sale here I Louisiana has set aside $20,000 m suP-
1 I O Qw- vwt . , :ifi eiililipra with" wooden
i. - t r' u . . . I V'J MV "ri: .
Also various other blan?. ' limbs.
munc, which is to Say the Radical
. . .1 n i . 1 . ?. : ItJ
A circular has been Uiiied from! tho I party, would Stanu against inn sunu
"Prohibitory Liquor Liw Association of columns. Statesville Landmark.
. .1 - ? Ka rn Ann rn.
Aonn Carolina, auvoiauug uiv ji.-?oai4
of a law prohibiting iu this State the sale
of iutoxicating liquors' as beverages, j The
association has been formed for the j pur
pose of giving definiteshapeanddirettion
to the agitation on this subject.
Leghorn, Nov. 24. The steamer Orti
tria came in collision this morning with a
The largest cotton mill in the country
has just been opened at Willi man tic .Con
necticut. It is only oue story high but
covers a space of 820 feet by 174, all of
which Js in a single rooraliglited at bight
by fifty-one. electric ' burners. - Eighty
thousand persons could stand at .once in
this buildiug.KrcwH j
French steamer Orcle Joseph near Spez-
zia. The Orcle Joseph was so much in
ihred that 6he soon sank. She had 300
persons on board only about fifty of whom 8ianWhter and massacre
New York, Nov. 22. Talmage preach
ed yesterday , on "Ingersoll ism versus
Christianity. He said he had no nervous
auxiety about the overthrow of Christian
ity. ' He spoke of the Bible as the book
of which 250,000,000 copies have been
printed the' book that adorns the centre
in ths table, that is found at the bench of jus
tice and is placed in tho trunk of the
young man just leaving his country homo
for the city. There were four chief ob
jections to be made to the Bible by iufi
dels : It is an impure book, a cruel book
a contradictory book, an unscientific
book. As to the charge that the Bible is
a cruel book, full of laceration, man
From. Old Fort. Wo clip the follow
ing from a subscriber at Old Fort, which, 1
however, was writteu some weeks ago.
We presume it must have come via tho
"When whiskey was banished by law
two miles out of our village we looked for
brighter days, and we yet have hopes , of
a better state of things. A few of us sre
making all the efforts hi our power to
build a house, to be used as a temporary
church for all orthodox denominations ;
also, for tbe use of public and privstA
schools. We hope we will soon succeed.
Even those who blockade whiskey ipte
tbe place and drink it iu the form
lager beer, &c, appear very attentive to
preaching ; and contribute more liberally
to preachers than some members of Ion j
established churches do. Prof. , York
preached here Thursday night, 5th inst
and lectured the next night on "Educa
tion, the Kation's hope." On Saturday
and Sunday following Tlev. W. B. Lyda,
held a two days meeting. The attendance
very respectable order very goed.
Tell me ye winged wind, r
That sweep o'er hills and plains,'
Do you not know of some pleasant land,
Where whiskey never reigns t
Can you not name some Justice Court
Whose officers are true,
Good, wise, and houorable enough
To give each man his dueT
The winds replied "Ohone! Ohone!
We do not know of "ary one." i
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were saved. The Ortigia has amvcu ai
Leghorn, having also been severely dam
aged. An inquiry has beeu ordered.
asked : "How many of your acquaintances
have learned cruel habits from reading
the Bible f Do your children learn from
the Bible to tear off the wings of more
flies or to pin more grasshoppers, or to
rob more birds' estst Oh, sirs, when
can make a rose leaf stab like a bay-
tii- : u..nrLin. mnntr. Knndav mzht. lontiOI ine BOUUI iuu, j
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punished. While at common law a dead . ' ey and notca 0f Brown were poison the tongue from a blossom oi uuck-
body was not property and stealing them foUBa i the prisoner's possession and wheat, then you cau find cruelly gotten
. : - . . . . .i.L- 'Il. . , c.nti.Mf. Intnfibi Bible As the auegeu uu
was lormcriy no criminal ueuc,jri.iiuw uioou inarkH on iu .- uwy-o
There is much just indignation felt iu
Baltimore over the abstraction' of the
bodies of two persons, Mrs. Annie Carter
and her daughter, a young lady of 19,
from their craves in Baltimore cemetery.
. . L 1 1 1. n.-aofoii nml inilwl at Roirerville for I youi
The medical . o,leu . .. rJ' of B"row ad ioet, b joa can .anafacture licl
we hope it will end in somebody s oeing ;" . .
i Knoxville, Nov.24.--A stranger nam-
i itorrU snnnosed to be a tramp, uas
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the case is provided for by statutes.
are made of lynching him to-night.
scientific character of this Bible, Dr.Tal-
Theyhave a Steam Laundry in Wil
mington, and it U doing a first-rate busi
ness. Charlotte needs one, and it would
pay handsomely if properly managed.
Besides that, it would increase tho sap-.
ply of field hands, cooks, house-servanU
See. Negro o.ueu who squat abbut - the
suburbs, eking out a precarious existence
by a little washing, would go to somi
betteremploymen: if. a steam Laundry wal
in existence here. Chaar. Democrat. -
?'My boy' said a father to liii .
young son, Hreat every one with po
liteness, even those w ha are ruda to
you. For remember that you stoow
courtesy to lothers not ' because VLy
are gentlemen but because fou, ui
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