xiii --thisd; series
SALISBURY. N. C.j
HOVEJIBER 10, 1861.
'r-r'. ... . , - rf
.iimn mi QTiiiiiiiuii t ' - urvcrmar'- ... . . .
rBUSHED IN THE YEAR 1832.
.nitScT ADVERTISING RATSg.
C0 1 EBBUAKY 2ff, 1S?0.- , ; , r -f
month 2 m s 3 m a ems umi
- 26.00 ,
-a-I "TiTTii 160 I5.60 $5,00
0BIrj 3 00 4f 6.25 T.50
4 50 6 00, T.50 11.00
-TireeJf . Voo 7.50 9.00 lS.3i
5 , ! ? ii7S 86.25 f S3.75 48.76
ji x. tn m. ' . 1 1 1 '1 1 .1 ' i
A crimson leaf and ft golden . leaf, 1
With suulight all aglow, '
Drifted away from tLo parent stem
1 o the un tried Teal ras below,
A light wind caught the golden leaf
And can if d it out to ga
But the crimson leaf lay still and warm
ueueam me mother tree.'
Softly the silver dews came down
When the rose tints left the sky.
' A rwl t lk a M ...... 1 .. - . -1 a
v. t,vrijiujj ,iar suiiieu uown on
With tender, watcliful
Theu the inoruing sudligiit kissed awake
The leaf beneath the tree. I
l .. J -uJcvi.,uJc guinea
11 AUi iii II 1 1011 ritn ftxn
j The cold waves tossed the tender thing
JTo and fro on it breast-.; . , I
And dashed it agaiust the sharp shore
. j . rocKS
' And would not let it rest.
i ueu 11, signeil, "Ah me, for my qufet
ftKlwiwa : ro,H pitilw waters free!"
Aud t,,e crimson, leaf in its sheltered
hth.ibt fin Mil umiirn . iwuik
Cried, "Oh, for the sunnyseaP
It lougel to wanderaway, away,
Over the waters wide:
But instead of the ocean's spray, fur her
was tne uewot even tide.
STN0D OF KOBTHCAfcOLIXA.
8eco?td D at- -Not. 3, 188ir
Treasurer approved, etc At 11 o'clock re-1 North Carolina at the Atlanta
. .' i ligious services were held, and. ascrmon was I - 'Exposition.
j preached bj the Her. Sam,. M mith, , of
The exercises of the Synod wert resumed Washington. After sermon, it was announc Those who have been to Atlanta
at 9i o'clock, A. M. About a dozen new ca IDC uf- ucr ot "T speak fohieh oraise of the exhibit of
members were enrolled; and the regular . f thU iorth Carolioi products. The RaU
cign xsuaercer nas nuu a conversaiiuit
The Speed of the Times. 1 , with JaOV. Jarvis, Uoiamissioner Alc-
Gehee and F. H. Basbee. Esq.. who
A memorable incident of 'Govern- k.. ;ef ratn2LA iil.,u
CRAWFORD & CO.
I U H
So the days slippped by with beauty and
Scattered on every hand;"
But the crimson leaf saw only the sea,!
auu me goiueu leal the laud. .
routine business was transacted. The re
ports of the Presbjteries were received and
referred to committees. The Rev. L. C.
Vass read 'the annual renort-6n Snndav
Schools. The report was full and interest
ing, but suggested the importance of special
attendance te this subject in the future.
The Annual Report on Publication, pre
pared by Rev. F. II. Johnston was read!
This rcprt showed progress in contribu
tions by cur chufch. The Synod then heard
the Rev. Dr. Hazcn upon tho general Sub
ject, its financial affairs, Sunday Schools,
etc. His statements were full and satisfac
tory. These proceedings filled up the morn
In the afternoon, Rev. C. M. Payne pre
sented the Report on Evangelistic work.
This report revetled the fact that 158 of
our 228 churches contributed $2,200 to
Evangelistic work the last year, or an aver
age of 12 cents per member. Only two
Evangelists for the whole of their time,
though several others were giving part of
their time to missionary work. The report
was discussed at length, and afterwards a
Paper was offered proposing to raise $3000
to sustain two synodical Evangelists. In
the discussion much difference of opinion
Oj purpwn and Foreign rr.nke and ,
Hearts, like the leaves, unsatisfied,
I learn lor that which is not,
! And in their pain uhd bitterness '
Cry out against their lot,
Nor dream that in their daily path
God's choicest. blessings lie ;
j So, longing for days that never come,
Their wasted years-slip by.
- Alatite L. Robert
From Flieit -to the Cheapest
Saliibaii. Un. G, 18-1. ly
mm F, . EAGLE:
or s day at the Atlanta imposition, -oeaks in the followinp- cheerinir man
vas the manufacture of twjo suits of uer of the dismay made by the "Old
clothes out of cotton taken! from the North State" 5
field at 7 o'clock in the morning, and M WhUe much ;9 on exliiVition, yet
worn in the evening of the same day. new aitkjles gt0 Atlanta from North
This story is briefly narraljed as fol- Carolina every day. In response to an
'0W8: j inquiry as to the specially meritorious
"At an early hour the cotton was features of the display made by the
picked from a patch on the grounds t p i. .i r
belonin.r to if.-IT.- Sin.;, ff Nor. Department of Agriculture, theOm-
cross. The cottn was of the variety missioner were those of
I .1 r. mi ! l 1- L..M.1: 4- 1
kowu as me vizier siik coiion ana ores, iuiueri, uuuuiugiwucs, wwws,
was pronounced as fine short staple grains, marls, jute, wines, yellow to-
as was ever seen in this country. At baccCf colton and woolen
seven o clock it was ginned hi a twink r , . . , ...
i:....wi. . . i i fabrics and silk.
ling and at ouce started upon the .
iournev which was to end so ouicklv. There are has been before stated
and in such an astonishingly changed two North Carolina exhibits, each of
appearance lor the cotton. 1 he gin- about the same size, one by the De
ningof the entire lot required less part;nent of Agriculture, the other by
than twenty minutes. Itjwas then the!Richmond & Daaville Railroad.
ceuence. mere are numberless in- Die. lhe monument U
quiries about our wiues, particularly of marble, granite and bronze.
by the Northern visitors. Andrew Johnson's grave , is on a
In coltoti goods the display is ad- cone-shaped eminence, half: a mile
mirable, and will bear comparison from Greenville, Tenn. The monu-
with that of any State. The pro- racnt is of marble, beautifully orna-
ducts of ten mills are shown. mentcd.
The department will haveon exhibi- The body of James A. Garfield has
tion ten bales of cotton, each thought been placed in a tomb at Cleveland.
worthy to compete for the great prize
31 A. li. JXa
Inrlte oi(r atsriillbn to inn licp,vO'pj-t-nt
;hjii! rwailv and vremf t-
iif "toots m;idc 1c order
Marftf't Ofliep- lei
Ij . , k 11 grade
"LIFE IN3URSriCE"fflADE GHEAP.
TaMf SltbiMng Actual Cost to Member
of $4,000 JiiHuravce-for One
:h tuiv March 1, 1870, to
March-1, 1880): .
-First Classji aged 13 to 30 years.
40 " 45 " :
4r " 50 " .
50 " 55 "
55 " GC. 44 .
Sixth : 44
How shall we Kill needs and how
lhe soil of the species f A very simple
matter indeed if wo would use the same
common sense shown in other things
Will a field of corn, oats or wheat, .or
hill of (-quashes or melons produce good j ary Hymn :
seed if cut close to the ground just as the
flowers are forming? Every annual plant
or weedwe know of will surely die if.ctit
at the surface just before it blooms. Cut
a little higher, above a portion-of the
leaves, and life may bo continued until
new sprouts come out, which, in time,
may produce seeds. In ordinary cultiva
tion we are quite apt to" keep root and
tp together, and Jo 'et a portion of the
roots remain in contact with moist earth.
Weeds treated in this way do nob make
so handsome growth, butthey will con
tinue the s'peci'ea well enough. A young
Bose, of Sooehow, China, who addressed
the Synod at length upon the idolatrous
religions of China. As the speaker develop
ed his theme the hearers were able to com
prehend something of the magnitude of the
t:ikMi fir. rnrn frt tlm i-kwbr vlir it
- " - --Im, . , rni . 1
spent half an hour. The crowd that Aliese act Q VeTtei concert, aneais-
was developed. The question was not set- was watching the process of manufac-1 tinctive display 01 tne uepartmeni
tied at the close of the afternoon sessions, ture had grown to considerable pro-j covers some 1,500 fact The pecu
In the evening the church w as crowded portion, and as the cotton passed hiaritv of it is its vast ranffe of miu
wun an eager congregauon 10 near inesuo- ii "J luuuiiiuu 10 uiacoiue iu eiiLiiusi- , , metals for while some
iect of Foreign Missions. Rev. It. Z.' John- asm was intense. Alter leaving the I . ' . .
ston read the Annual Renort. showing that picker, the cotton went to Ithc cards. Elates snow large specimens 01 a lew
- I'... ... i .1.1. .1 A .
over $6,000,00 had been raised in the Synod lhese remarkably perlect; pieces of things only, the aim oi our aepan
during the past year. After reading the mcchanicism were watched; with the nient lias been not to shew great mas
report, he introduced the Rev. II. C. Du greatest aamiraiioii. in nail an nour ges but :ust en0ugh to indicate the
t .eu, ine hM,uuc, auu.ia 1 extent to which minerals, etc., occur
1UU1UIVO lUUlt; I t XS 4X7 tlwiiU Hit I ... , . - .
loom. As the Common loom, which . Uie,r quality. Many oi our mm
was lhe one in use, started with its erals have a purely scientific value.
energetic clatter there was enthusiasm These are not shown, but only those
work of the missionary. After the address enough to give a rousing three cheers. wnich are proper in an industrial ex-
a collection was taken up for Foreign Mis- i ne material ior tne vest uegan io ... ennroos of im
sions. amountim' to $60.orabout, while the make its apcaranee ; at 9 o'clock and r '.
ji I nn..P.,;nn Cor.r, miuinn. that for the coat and runts emertfed
. v-v-..v..v. ....0 - . . .... : p . I rni ii r n
an hour later. The cloth came thro' A"e exmoit oi grama is epci.iawy
rapidly, and at half-past twelve the noteworthy. It is not made ior
first piece of goods for the suits was quantity, but for quality. That of
taken to l nomas dye-house, anu vvheat attracts unusual attention for
twenty-seven minutes had been dyed, n t?,i
Ined and was rcadv ir the tailors. . . r . .
ti,;, ;j l. .,. in. i.v fr f ries lor the iNorth Carolina wheat
pertt on Synodical Kccords, etc. After this IIen wjjo csents $ Spenwr for seed, are made. Alamance, Meck
ihesuiject of Synodkal Evangdms was T,,oma9 .lyinprocesses. The man- leobure. and Cabarrus show the best
ipulation of the loom was done un- Lnpf,:mpn tilf firsl nan.ed countv
lerthe dirccttion of Mr.! J. Clark, I , . ,?,,,h
who is with the Compton displav. to 1 1 ' . A
At 12:55 cotton that less than six aua 1,113 "c',,a -'
hours before was hanging tijion pounds to the bushel. ijvianti rice
the stalk was handed; to Mr. is shown in grain and in the sheaf,
"From Greenland' iy Mountains."
Synod then adjourned
Third Day Fkiday Morning.
The Synod met and proceeded to its w ork
by reading the minutes and receiving re
taken up and discussed with great earnest
ness aud abilitv. Prominent ' nmonu the
spe ikers w ere Rev. P. T. Penick, Rev. J. W.
Primrose, Rev. S. M. Smith, Rev. G. L. Cook,
Rev. D. E. Jordan, Rev. J. L. Currie, Rev.
L. MeKinnon, and others. Alter full dis-
of 1,000. The choicest woolen goods
are not yet displayed, but they are
of the highest quality. There are cas
simers of high degree of excellence,
zephyrs, and beautiful colored yarns.
Finally, the silk exhibit is marvel-
i it i . , .
ous. Ail ! stages, the cocoon, noss
A reccipe for lemon pie vaguely adds :
"Theu sit on a store and stir constant
ly." Just as if anyone could sit ou a
stove without stirring constantly.
"She was a daisy," but she put her lit
tle Preach heeled shoe on a bauana necl.
silk, and . spun and reeled silk are j adhin"a flash was transformed into a la-
shown in a glass case six feet square. 8,,PPe'' and then arose blushing like
Six of our! counties make exhibits in 1 y
this peculiar article, and again is Hmon ay be hj lotrof ipare
xt i i i l r it. I w" ,,w uuu siuce ae oeuan to at-
North Carolina pre-eminent, for thef . ..im.i , ,. "la" ttl-
' I tend CXClUBIVeJV rn Ilia mrn l.ndn.c.
only other silk shown is some in Form.rlv lie W3. t! t.if ,r-,i n,Bn"
cocoons by Texas aud Kansas. in the city.
Taking the wide range of our ex- Edison"- has oxer 70.000 Mamm'
hibition our Stato is easily and 8tackcd np at his fact0ry-at Menlo
undeniably first, So says Director- Park, and i9 turning them out at the
General Kimball, and such is the ver- 0f 1,000 per day. It looks as if
diet of the public." somebody had faith in the Rliaon
Where Sleep the Great.
ine precision of modern engineer-
W here the Presidents of the United ing is forcibly illustrated by the re-
Slate8 are Buried irom W ashing- ccntly accomplished feat of picking
ion to Oat field.
The body of George Washington is
resting in a brick vault at Mount
Vernon, in a marble coffin.
John Adams was buried in a vault
beneath the Unitarian church at
Quincy. The tomb is walled in with
up a long-unused ocean cable from a
depth of 2,000 fathoms. To find such
a thread two miles under the sea is a,
a great achievement.
"Want any species of clover?" asked a
peddler of a saloon keeper one day this
week. 44 Vat for I vant nm ?" asHd the
proprietor. 44To take awav the smell of
large blocks of rough-faced granite. J beer from the breath," exclaimed theped-
John Qijincy Adams lies in the ti,er- "Take awav dot smell or beer!'
excia'med the man behind the counter.
"You got 8Qnedings vat mades dcr smell
CUSSIOIl UHU Ulliutuuiciii ui mv m un.unoj n ., . . i ... L.. rl H I . . . . ., , . .
.,.t i.n,;.i rm.tiii.il l.iui.r-h in th Ri.ii ., . '.: ,. r I vii ocfsc, uiu iuwui, iu iRuiuvui. and is as choice as the cnoicest. uur
' . , .. . ... A ipu. if Upvvino. was done at the Wheeler &
J. D. niclseely. Ac't.
- I ain prepared lo furninh
WA&ON AND -EUG5Y HARNESS,
H4Je of ttife best Northern Tanned Leather.
"OrVlllld I P:i:hfr tni mnpwl -nll ami spe mp
rPPte Atejll's, 36aln sire t,Sa!ihbuj.v, N. C.
JOHN H, J AIYie.5.
W. II. Bailey.
iE & BAILEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
- J t . f- cjlARLOTTK, S. C. - '
t erapc' ln Supreme Court of the 'United
I ySiiprli'iue Court of JJorth Carolina,
I :,,e54'flP(-,R and Countifnof Mccklf'nburg,
! tabarViis, Uuion, f Jaston, Kowafi" and Iavid-
.- " l i
ce, iwo'doors eM of Indepen-
McCpKLS & KLUTTZ,
: ApOlSEYS -AXD COO-SELORS,
: --'-p Salisbury, N. C. -
. tOfliot on -Coani il 'Si reel, opposite the
ilj; MaacaAtoB, L
CRAIG! & CLEiVlcNT,
! . .
i ;it A t
to a gtMKl UvpUi, win sorely die. 1C must the 1.00 cf two ministers by the Synod,
have aiivwarmlh and sunlight. Ordiua- to tabor nUcr tj,e nulloritv and direction
ry cultivation early in the season kills nf the Presbyteries. This action is a new
the larger pai t ot the weeds of a held, departure inthc Synod ofN. C, aud gives
aud lU-ultivation were frequeut enough promise of great usefulness.
. 1 11 1 '11 All I - .
and tnoiougu it wouiu kiii everyiiuug 1 The Iteport on Education was presented
that grows front the ground. In a sea-1 uy ti,e rcv l. MeKinnon. This subject rc-
cxi fiKtlw-t wntiifti in Rurnnt. &rcdii it takes 1 1
..x...,.. ... --i j mica cppvi imijr w me iuu-n xecutive
but a Jew weeks to lid a Held aunosiaoso- 1 dates for lhe ministry. It appeared irom
lutely of both wee'-Ja and weed seeds. A the report that there were 16 candidates for
plow, har.ow and roileraro all the tools the ministry in the Synod, a less number
needed. Plow to bring up rtheseeds from than we ouht to have. This report was
the under soil and harrow just as often J followed by an address by Rev. E. M. Rich
as a crop of 6ceds start, rolling the ardsoa, of Memphis, the General Assembly's
ground each time to compact the soil tlat Agent of Education.' lie discussed the
other seeds may germinate. A dry season value of the Gospel Ministry to the world,
is not half so'sood as a wet one for kill- Kave reasons ior lack of an adequate tuppiy.
in" weeds bv th;s method. Almost all J said that there was only a net increase of
our doorvards aud barnyards nro nurse- six miaisters last year in the whole churel
lie of weeds, from which coofnual His address was lull ot thought, and was
streams are flowing unobserved to other listened to with interest
nnrts of the farm. Xetc Enqland Farmer. Ashevillc was selected as the place of the
next ajceting ot the Bynod, and me tn oi
September," 1882, as. the time. The Synod
ha never yet met west of the Blue Ridge,
aid Ohe time and place will furnish a de
Wilson exhibit. At fiv minutes af- Tt..i-.i ...:n -i"
tr RJr iho Rnits were eomii eted. and veiopeu. up.uuu r.cc -.ou uc
at 7 o'clock Governor Biglow was en- exhibited. The exhibit of corn is also
cased in one, receiving a .'delegation as yet incomplete, but will be a re-
from the Atlanta University at the markablv fine one.
residence of Director-General Kim
ball, while Gov. Colquit, at the
Mansion, was admiring
the first walnut picker cout that had
ever fallen to hi portion, i
The preeminent exhibit is that of
our famous yellow leaf, "bright to
bacco. This is shown' from no less
than ten counties, embracing the
whole "golden belt" extending from
Madison to Grauville. In this North
Carolina stands incontestably alone.
same vault by the side of his father.
In the church above, on either side of
the pulpit, are tablets of clouded mar
ble, each surmounted by a bust and
inscribed with the familiar epitaphs
of the only fatner and sn that ever
held the highest office in the gift of
the American people.
Thomas Jefferson lies in a small
unpretentious private cemetery of 100
feet square, near Monticello.
James Madison's remains rest in a
stay ou, I buys him."
Mr. Arthur is the sixth President
who went wifeless the 'White House.
His predecessors in this j espect were
Jefferson, Jackson, Van Bnren, Ty
ler and Buchanan, all but the bache
lor Buchanan having been widowers.
A Washingtondispateh says that
Gen. Mahone left Washington for
Virgiuia on the 1st instant with 10,-
beautiful spot on the old Madison es- 000 to pay poll taxes in Virginia,
tate, near Orange, Va. The money was raised by Internal
James Monroe's body reposes in Commissioner Ilaum from -subordi-
Hollywood Cemetery, Va., on an nates in the. service,
eminence, commanding a beautiful jn whatever you are called upon to
view of Richmond and the James riv- jo, endeavor to maintain a calm, col-
er. Above the body is a huge block jectej anj l)rayerful state of mind,
of polished Virginia marble, support Self-recollcction is of great import
ing a coffin-shaped block of granite, lance jt g goo,l for a mm40 wait
on which are brass plates, suitably in- quietiy for tj,e salvation of the-Lord.'
scribed. Tlicvholcksurrounded by ije wji0 js n wjiat may ca0( a sp;r.
a sort ot Uotjuc temple four pillars 5tuai hurrv or ratj,er wjo 8 wjtll.
At least one hundred specimens are
Of marbles and-granite building
Thk Politest Max ix Il08-.w.--Tl:e
politest man in Bostou has been discov
ered. He was hurrying' along a street
iIia nriip.r niffht. when another man, also.
in violent haste, rushed out of an alley-
wav. and the two collided with great
force. The secoud man looked mad,
while the polite man, taking off hi liat
said I "My dar I don't know which
of us Is to blame for this violent encoun
ter, but I am in too great a hurry to in-
vestiiiate. If I ran iuto you, I beg your
pardon ; if you rau into ire dou't men
tion it," and-he tore away at redoubled
The wrecking of the Mechanics' Na
tional Bank of Newark was so complete
Iv done that the wonder is that the cash
ier did not sell the bank building itself.
He entered the institution wheu a boy,
nearly forty years ago; io 1853 was made
assistant cashier and in 18G1 became the J stones tKere are ten choice specimens,
cashier. His salary was $,000. rhe ., , . ,v j. i.-j The more beau-
directois let him run the busing with- marhlea are , from Cherokee,
out question, having implicit; confidence ,
in his integrity. He got in the power of J wu a,m wa," "- -
i .! . ji . .1.1 f Mm. luiaiiiv rP lliMA afl l':l.f rvifpll-
somc manutacturers, wuo, nrst anu usi ucms wau v
made him lend theni about $2,000,000 of tion. The famous mill stones from
the bauk's money, which is all gone. JXoore county, said to be the equal of
iigbtful opportunity, not only to enjoy the " V Twlfc.; aD 10 tUC W0IU, noyonnJ' 11
T7v rfi V. 8 said that in Moore one. ot these
really owed the New York banks $200,- .
000. The irregularities cove? a space of stones has been in use a hundred
eight vears. There are no assets left ex- years;
cept the banking house. Oexis & Obser
m ai Heiersoi,
: 7? i vuuac&iuis
and Solicitors, i
S A LIS BURY. N.C
A 1 ' I
t l? rd
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'it tia riv ' k .---y
S5!QiLANDRETH &S0K3i PHllA-
CixcixxATTi. November 1. The Ohio
and Mississippi elevator, with 123,000
bushels of grain, was com pletel.r destroy
ed hv fire this morning. It was owned
bv linh Steward and leased by C. Ma-
rUire. Th loss fs estimated at from
$3.,000 to $100,000, the; latter, figures
'. !. ntirn destruction of the
Northern Slavkkt. A recent glance
- . At. -
at the U. S. census of i&uu recaiis iu
rniious fact that there then remaiued ten
slaves iu Vermont; 400 in Rhode Island j before, Vo early iu the session. He was fol
lowed by the Rev. Mr. Jordan, who in his
tieaity hospitality of the Afheville people,
but to see some of the wonders of nature
and art, on the way thither.
Iu the evening the church was crowded
by the citizens as well as by the Synod, for
religious worship. The Rev. Mr. Downey,
of Raleigh, preached a 6ermon from 1 Tim.,
1: 15 : ThU is a faithf ul tayUg, etc.
After the sermon, a letter from Rev. Jno.
W. Davis, of Sooehow, China, was read,
iving au account of his wfk there from
the beginning. This letter was listened to
with great interest, for Mr. Davis is much
beloved by the Synod, as our only repre
sentative in the fereign field. This letter
was referred to the Pastor of the Salisbury
church to be answered, and its publication
in the X. C. Presbyterian requested.
At tha close of religious services the sub-
if.pt nf Education was resumed, and the
Rev. Dr. Latimer gave an interesting, and
encouraging account of the condition and
prospects of Davidson College. He ven
tured, the prediction that a large number
of Students would soon be found there. Al
ready there are more than were ever there
supporting a peaked roof, to which
something of the appcaraace of a bird
cage is imparted by filling in the in
terstices with iron gratings.
Andrew Jacksoir was buried iu the
corner of the garden of the Hermitage,
eleven miles from Nashville. The
tomb is surrounded by magnolia trees.
Martin Van Burcn was buried at
Kinderhook. " The monument is a
plain graitc shaft, fitten feet high.
William Henry Harrison was bu
ried 'at North Bend, fifteen miles
Johu Tyler's body rests within ten
yards of that of James Monroe, in
Coruud urn, that rare and valuable
mineral, is shown in its choicest con
dition. This and the mica exhibit are
amoiijr the finest ever made in the
Our cable dispatches nnnon-ice that a
column of U0.000 French troops yester-
dav entered Kairwau, the-My of world and are distinctively isorth
Tun's, without opposition. ; This city Carolinian. More Corundum is miri-
cootains the g ave of S-di el-Waio, the ,ere luan in all the. other States.
Prophet barber, but it no doubles T QQ less than 56 mica raiies
its title of holiness to the fact t.iat Ma- .
hornet ordaiued that it sbonld take the of importance, and this State is almost
place of Mecca as the shrine of bis pilgrim the sole source of supply,
followers, in case the latter city should Of woods no less than 112 varieties
ever fall into the hands of the infidels. arc afJmirably exhibited. These are
Tunis is inhabited by wealthy merchauts, fhe j.yc Mk0f our coaat to the
whoso bazars are tne nnest m uie iauu,
Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond. It mous, are telling their deluded fol
is marked bv no monument, but it is lowers that if they had been called
surrounded by magnolias aud flowers, they could have saved, the President's
James K. Polk lies in the private fe simply by laying on of hand?,
garden of the family residence in The Salt Lake Tribune, a fearless
Nashvelle. Tenn. It is marked by a paper, that has for years been a pain-
limestone monument, with JJoric col- M" morn in uie siue oi uie mormon
Church, jcrtinently asks the wise
k.i.. 1I.J . .1 M..' tU
Zachariah Taylor was bunei in . . , . . , .... ,
n 11-11 p t mi ti their prophet Brigham in that way ?
Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville. The .... V' h i r
, . , i " hy didn t they save the sixty Mor-
boAy was subsequently to be removed MUn ,1, .11 fn R,U
t 18.000 in New Jer-
1IIUU I U- WM m-"w - m l
iiV. lG.000 in New York, and 2000; in
iVnnfcvlf-AHia. There were J00 in Nfew
Hampshire in 17V0.
1 x rmrml)crinr that nobody eu-
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iovs the nicest surroundings it in bad beat: n.
There are mserable people aooui
with one fot in the grave, ben i ottle ot
Parker's Ginger Tonic would do thn more
ood than all the doctors and redJciaej
they have ever incu. etc .
pleasant, and interesting way, sounded the
praises of the College. His statements as to
the grade of its scholarship appeared novel
to many, but he stood prepared to establish
the claim by the best of testimony.
Fourth Dat Saturday Morxtsg.
and its principal mosque, which still
bears ancient Roman inscriptions, ii sup
ported by 500 maguificeut columns.
Cincinnatti TtmegrSittr. i -
Further excavations near the pantheon
iu Rome, for the purpose of isolating the
structure from the buildings which sur
round it, have brought to ligtit the baths
of Agrippa. The floor of the baths is
some six metres below the itreet level,
d is strewn with fragments of Cipolh-
marble. . An immense fragment of
I of cornice and the base of a column,, flat-
I .i and fnllr nn metre in
The Synod met, in smaller numbers than ! "u "w . "I'
. , diameter, are also visible,
vesterdav. and attended to varioustcms of UU"UC4 , -
routine business. A renort oa" Sabbath A sound investment hiring a brass
schools was adopted the report of the band.
white pine and balsam of our moun
tains. This display of wood is anoth
er feature of the exhibition, for no
State comes near it-Ju extent, varietv
In wines we arc likewise nnap-
proachedand unapproachable. Green,
Garrett aud Hunt also also nave
spendid specimens of ch.impange,
claret, hock. nort. etc.. as well as
- , w a
cognao brandy, which only needs
age to make it equal to that of France.
This wine exhibit is commented upon
by every visitor to the exposition In
all some ten varieties are shown. The
out having evidence of being spiritu-
ally sent, makes haste to no purpose.
An informal meeting of the holders
of North Carolina Stale railroad
bonds was held yesterday at tho
Astor House, New York, and. a com
mittee was appointed to confer with
larger holders, with a view to con
certed action, in order to bring about
a recognition of the bonds by the
State, which has ignored them for
some years. Holders of about fifty
thousand dollars worth of bonds were
The Mormon priests, in their ser-
to Frankfort, where a suitable monu
ment was to be erected, commemora
tive of his distinguished services.
Millard Filmore's remains lie in
the beautiful Forest Lawn Cemetery
of Buffalo, and his grave is surmoun
ted by a lofty shaft f Scotch granite.
Franklin Pierce was buried in the
in August, by that simple process?
The frauds shouldn't all answer at
We go in for big crops of cotton,
and we sell it at a big price, but it
takes all and more than it brings to
buy our supplies for raising the next
crop. Whereas, if we crew our own
Concord, (N. H.) Cemetery, and his bread and meat, and made our own
grave is marked by a marble juonu- shoes, hoes, furniture and clothimr.
the big crops of cotton and tobacco
would be all clear gain. Do yon sec?
i Richmond Slate.
That is the matter with your South
ern farmer. He believes in risking all
on a promise lo pay. Ku:kc cotton
and tobacco and buy everything is
James Buchanan's remains lie in
the Woodward Hill Cemetry at Lan
caster, Pa., in a vault of masonry.
The monument is composed of a sin
gle block of Italian.marble.
Abraham Lincoln rests in Oak
Ridgo Cemetery, Springfield, 111., en-1 his idea of success. Wilmington
elegance of the display equals its ex- closed in a sarcophagus of white mar- Star.