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SALISBUEYclI. C. IlAECH ;30, 1882.
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j.'RHODisliRO WSE, PresX. W. COART, SeCy.
StnMv PrMflDl, ReliaiJlei LiDBTtu
Term policies written on Dwellings:
Premiums payable une-naii casn ana Dai
tnt in twlye months, j j
" ' J. ALLEN BROWN, Aitf.,
Satubury, J. C.
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REMEMBER; (THE DEAD !
i r i h
? i '
IN TflE PKIQ KS OF
Marbli'MoilTiments and Grave-Stones of 1
.. I -d
I cordially invite the r public cenerallv
-to an inspection of my Stock .and AVork,
I feel iostifiid in ftaM-liinir thnt mxf nct I
experience under first-class workmen in
"m luu iuiaii3iiiii im ctium iu any oi t
tue befit in the . COUUtrj. j il do not say
Uiatifli work is snnertor to all others. I
v- iicoou nuu give eacii customer xuo vai- I
e or every dollar thei (leave with me. :
. i 1 I
raiUi5S35 to oOTfcriCent CHEAPEK
toau ever offered in this town iHf ore.
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rn , - .r. ; . i
i lie erection of marble is the Inst w-vrk
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Attorney is. Counselors
Jnoay22 1879 tt
,FESTER1T.. N. C-Raiiroad
? Tak Wsti'miar- Jajr if, lss'lat .is, p. m.
j .k .S JASSSGJt& TltAIJ. ' '; ' 7
AMIT k; lsate. i STATIONS.
i v uliSOa.miS.inshiirT'
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- - 437 rf-
llSTp.m 7 50
icara j i
Marion j !
5 15 i
ajikitk; j.eatk. STATIOXSw ' arriti. i.eatk.
ti z rr Jl'i : iiuru:-irct'J5 :
s S 15,
: in : -i
1150 I !"
1 ii a v.
100 4 !
10 40; ilcardl '
HI Si AOfJ
v- vi.v HUen Alpine
' 4U liiewateri
2 43 s.
T -oia -ort
i 6 58- rf .
5 SO r.3i.;cooper'8
4 00 A.K.
raioS run flallj-, Sundays excepted
uuij, aunaays excepted.
A. B.ANDREWS, ucn.;supt
oi respect which we phy-td the memory And what is the remedy for this state f .Js i. W M 'A i. t , ,r
of departed fi ends, h -. L Wk i il k r Vpted it down. Only, onerRepublican
A Unrma unuiweAw-? 1 f thingtt vWhy. -nothing, bnt faith, pa- I J4i.w W , . .i. -ir: .i
SiliibarTL. k TSrr V tience. oersVvereancelto he 1 end. Do rvotea w,tn tne democrats to rcic r tn
; ESTABLISHED "lNTIlE TEAR 132.
' PRICE, $10 IN ADVANCE.'
For the Watchman.
Mt. Vernon, N. C. .
Dear Watchman : Promises nre sacred
things, and should be so .regarded. The
utter.levity, neglect, yea, contempt into
which they have fallen, daring these
ter jearsJia a cause for grief and con
sternatiori to all ' seriously-minded and I
upright men. To simply say "! .will J do I
such and such a thing"; involves the
sneakei in a.bargain withOod, his neighs
bors iind future generations from which I-
sponsibilities of our utterance ! Howjn-
exorable the demand of Truth .
Confidence is a heavenly jewel, which, J
when broken, no mortal or terrestrial art
The coquette may deceive
k lipfirf-. of n. vnntiir -man nnrl I
tt. ,i;.' J
live on H)ut how is shfrrecarded t Asa
liviug monument to falsehood and deceit!
a Lot's wife, whose beauty true-heart-1
d men may admire ; but they would as f
soon unnK or making love to a pillar oil
salt as to this licensed murderess. Slie
inay marry, and a family of children may
grow up around her yet the shadow of
the funeral pall is upon hCf, and the
mark of Cain.spofls her head-gear; she
has a husband and offspring, and yet
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ir. rnrAvor f . j i
. 3 II,
The male deceiver ofj young' women
may ami jusc as oiteu aocs woik itne a
same kind et ruin, lint his fate f is the
same-a cold finger from the tomb hov-
cio tuuimu auu iiuiuia iid II i ill 111 Y liilic v ci
? i i
AAfiinrtlitf li A k w . n .1 l.i 4in.- nlinn
, r 1
mm as thev vrouul n. fclmi. j I
But in the business world most mifdr-
tunately, the deceiver may for a while be
tabooed; aud then,Jf hb is smart and
make money he is compromised with by
his felloiw mcixhants and: tradesmen. In
... . ... . ' . . , -
auc lunuvai n ui iu ud js;u(ft(itctt w unit
endured, like It. 13. Hayes, for instance.
Such compromises and s affiances are al
ways more than questionable. Better, in
the end, that trade boutd become stag
n ant than to fellowship with rogues; bet
ter anarchy than a fraudulent magistracy.
Are these views, reader, to your mind
Utopian and ini practical T let can vou
deny hat they are true! Were not
views, apparently as extreme as these,
sanctioned and established by the blood
oi tne martyrs ana tne revolutionary he-
l uco XXVTT uiuui tiu nuu icuxiuuo iiu-
T a I
.t unn. l 1:1. 1
rtv wonlrl v. fn-1;nr p.nlnvJif niiri fiffil I
not been found to comeforward and sac-
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rifice tiiemselres to put down the old
i.fctni - ;i rFnnAau t1 Tr;rjl
ttt a -
in,uuu uiucreoi maiiihi t .
Better far that somebody "sUduld die,
than that a lift Rlionkl tm TMfherratd. I
lt tr thnt nil tb r,nirt0 ! vh Par.
I --' w w -w m TfcMW W w U A. l W IV A -W 1
olina should become vacant, than that
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I , prcacirer suouiu aear mi uoiu loriu
tftjiaittst bankruptcy"; -Bettcrthe farmer
uim man 10 promise uem more, wan
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"c IUW5"UB "5J --vm v
the -vear. better the- laboreralionliL bo
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to uie nenueniiarTor worK-uouseaionce
tnau to cnear nia emn over uv Biiamminff
Betr vbV feobrj a.n4:onest,
than rich and roffiush. I
--.v,! it t.i.A MniMtiMr-M Un.iiw., i
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mav-Wcar. it will come out aUHaht 1 1
This is not the day of martyrs and
miracles!" How long at that rate, will
'J'f!?fc-dte'in ua as al
matter of necessity.
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E. E. IE.
Sad Fate or Conductor Bob Grif
fitii. of Charlotte. A4 telegram re
ceived from Atlanta conveys the sad in
telligenceJo his relatives aud friends in
this city .that Mr. Bob Griffith, passenger
cooaucior on t e ait iioei met .wua ar
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tarn ila oiiulA.nt in Afliinra. (tIiiIa rnnn. I
1 . . .1. 1 TT I 1 J. ' "it. I
"i.. i.; i.ai,n.i'AM Arinai.n:
.VntWff An.i Vli ot'lip.r ftmt so bidl I
1 as to render ituptttaUoniiecesl
in fatw.w. IT.. Griffith: 'in rHr
to the telegram i started to AUanf
r-r.-i tt .r i
ta oa the 11-20 train yesterday, but sooa
other telegram an:
nri thn dnth f rnnnrr Griffith'
which occurred shortly after 11 o'clock,
Mr. Griffith was a highly estimable young
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TVi& thought thatthe foreign inimrgfa-1
tion may reach 800,000 this ry ear,
1820 there havobeen . 10,1.18,758 foreign
ers landed on our shores who have. .be
come citizens. The census of 1880 show
ed there were 6,G7943 foreign-born, per
sons' iu our country. Wil: Star.
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vlfcis woitli.remem'beringJtlii.Cnobody en.
lovs iiie iuccs. burruuuuiumi m u.ivu
.1 ! ;" Krl Koultll
There are mseraoie . people aoout iw-ua.y
with one foot in the grave, when a bottle of
p.rWi nincrer Tonic would do them more
cood-than all the doctors land medicines
f. . ij.i s .
tney nave evir irn-u, pccu. .
wcio-iHovAo. - i
isuvhm w mii:u Hunt tuv uimi, ibuul uciuic sue lcit LV lljiv a iiVKiiuvt. t ;
OAe broken pledge may destroy Wfls 0rn4ie Mrewte nearer
a portion of that , confidence, in I -iL!r 'i.s.-l-iiri7etl it a a dutv of eOfefv landowner
other upon which the, hamarn race ..tt't r.i -nfx to 'nlanrireesrand We think' the
AuotLer Negro Bbliber Sbotjand
exercised ever, tbe" killing xti an un
known negro thief by Mr. Jones, who importance of saving the vajuable for
i. '.l - :1 j t-. -L- ls- '.ests.k because the-time was comiDcr
i mi the road between this nlace
.nd Ruffin, lastPridayivening. The
s fnllnwinc; hr ih fat in the case as
we understand them M was
at worV with jiis sera4 hs in his
new - gronnd'"Which is dhly.s-a few
hundred yardsjfrom' -hls nsidence.
That. Avrmlm. bont ft VI nek he Went
. , & a.
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contents. - When the negro saw Mr.
Jones he jumped up ahd ran in the
direction of " this' "place. Mr. Jones
rnn :n 4tiP Kfttico fyrnhbAn his min
Knrc vknm h
finally overtbokr and told him to
march before him. to Mr. AVomacks,
who liveed"? onlvwrct. short distance
further un the rbad. Theipeffro re-
' ' i nnA rlrpff" utnf nnrl a h
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nfl "TJTZ WWMCS.t'
with it, lie fared and put the whole
load through his heart. Mr. Jones at
Unce surrendered himself to the high
siier: tTf-th-enrrH ho nt fnr I
m, . c . .
flirt nnrnnor I 1 1 a inp rt innnoct i-n
wu.a -t f.awiu.T v l tvi UMb w I
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III I If 11 I1J11UWIF IHIIIII'l. Z - I I1M I
unknown party came to his death
gun snot nrea iroui tne nanus
Jj Jones, who fired the shot. in self
defense," Reidsville Weekly.
That the question of prohibition,
as aggitatea nere last year, was non-
partisanand not political, is eviden
ced by the fact that Gov. Holden was
one of , the chief . promoters of the
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muvciuciit, auu o uii"c iiu.tuc ijiusi-
. i w j.
ii.. n . i i i j j i
ded at the first meeting held to take
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action in regard to it. Besides, ex-
m T ri i .u o i
Treasurer Jenkins and other Kepub-
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lvcans too numerous. to mention urged
it. The prohibion committee was com
posed of Republicans and Democrats,
and whites and blacks. An ardent
colored politician, of Republican per
suasion, was. voted the finest orator
who appeared on the hustings in
fov6r of the measure. And when the
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nannla rxima in I'nfa iiinn ir vtlm
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rao?e uian fw,uw democrats voieu
against it. Under these TDircumstal-
L'if moL LnUn' u
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non-nartisan and non-nolitical. 15ut
L. prp mpft511 nrtw npn(:nn.' Y-
. . .
Congreeff that does have a partisan'
cast. It is a bill to provide lor a ,na-
i I .i i i i
i niwua. j v,uiuiuiooiu wu v.c mwiiuiiv,
Ilia nor traffic. This bill Was introdu-
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auu ikwscu wy xveijuuuuaus, iiuihiui-
, J;i ' nUnof;. r ii
now in tlm Senate.
Tho Arc tl.o it I
M "w t---
.L :' . o..i !t s n
cauie uu oeuaior oavaru moveu 10
refer it. to" a: committtee, but the Re-
..tnv ,1 j
iiii ill i i v . iiiii u wiHi i iiitii. mill mil tiiiii
ixi tn.. .f
bin. ana ouiv one democrat voted
&m& "the inotion to iler;' Tf,at
-v-:. . . .
shows how the narties stand in regard
to th't now. it is not to he
uuucisiuuu luub tuc xseuiuurais uici
any less tem Derate or any less the
friends of temnerance than the Renub-
i: ' u..A i ..n
uuuua, uuii iw iiic ufpuacu wt uii nuuii
measures on the part of' the federal
Tha .,4ii ;a t?.
uublican artv. in certain sections.
i i u . i. i
makes prohibition one of its political
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doctrines. This is the case in Maine
and Kansas and some other States.
And now thev seek to brim? to their
- Llu - .i. - - : - :4 c tur'iiii -.l'.'
menfc T . ..... t. npmftrPfl ta
ttosistaiifjc iuo uiu wi iiiu icuerai truverii -
(izjjiXi X -ii .
BUMi5w" uu "VV ahUC rae--
ures. it is a matter that the federal
constitution- does not commit to the
careof Congress. Congress has noth
i . . it-Ti.. - li.r
jug w uu witu it. in: peupie oi any
otatenave a right, it ahey choose, to
control the liquor traffic, bntthe con
I siuuiion leaves an sucn matters to
the 'fsovereigns" to manage for them
selves. Our anti-prehibitlon friends,
of t)emocratic tendencies, are invited
to examine the record which. the two
national parties are -.now ma.king'pn
this question! land see for themselves
m l- akl- tr ! Z 'mmm raVk - "i ' " f-'T. i
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iTin(ni Arrnnr wa rpnnncrod in-
i Mr Eschy or V incennes, Ind., to stand as
I sponsor ; for his seventh son, as is custom-'
I dent cave his DroxV to the nost.mastar
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i qi.tiie; place auu tue ceremony was dulv
A Iessori Concerning Trees.
Wilmington Sur: ' V ,
; The far, has several limes urged up-
1 on the poeple of. North Carolina the
'i ! hecause ; the
when fine lumber for manufacturing
ParPscs wonm j oe in , greas aemana
land uldi fetcbpri
our btate. ;, Alien again Ine otar has
insisted that it was dangerous to cut
down the trees in such wasteful ways
as had been practiced hitherfo. Ve
drew attention to the bad effects in
many Instances. upon the; health of the
iaturoultake steps to encourage
this industry, for in the end it must
Pro ve advantageous to alt. AVe gave
the opinion of a recent' foreign visitor
to our country, a person" who has
charge ot torestry in Uermany.
f - ont the past. There is a province
n Egypt which intbe reign ef Cori-
stantine was the crahary of Rome. It
i now so sterile that the snarWiiihfl!-
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lenorauou qi. 80n, nas ueen .causea
niainjy by the stripping of tlie land
f all; trees. The Edinburgh Review
.w : j r' -
info verdure. only Jn seasons of excep-
liioiially abundaut rainfall, but at Dtli-
er times v presents the aspect of a
stony and arid waste, ijie change is
regarded by lam a ope of the disas
trous effl-cts of reckless disforest(UioitL
This is instructive. It is more than
this; it is Important, for thegrlat
mass of men are so utterly unsciepiif-
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iv iiiiib liny vtw uui nuuii n iiai tuuio
v . , . .
upon yegitation and animal life the
l i i
forests ot a country exert. 1 hey cut
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down the trees, strip the lulls, and
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me vera u re is uiminisneu gradually,
so that in some countries fertile lands
have been made sterile. But let us
quote again from Col. Playfair's trav
els in Algeria and Tunis. He says :
'Wb kriOw that at one time the
country was covered with forests.
myselt have travelled lor days over
plains; where hot a tree exists, and yet
ri -.!? at- ' .;i ...mi: ...i
w nere ruins oi n.oman oii-ioius were
tretiuently met with. -
i limce s notes, written iiu years
'asro. freauent alius on is madd to for
. r ., ? . ... . i, v
ests tlirbugh which he passed, where
not a" tree is now to be seen, and this
is a work Of destruction which must
go on j witli ever-accelerating rapidity
year after year."
Ashes as a Fertilizer.- Un-
leached wood aches contain all 'the
constituents of plant fooU that the or-
(liuary or worn1 out soil! need, except
I nitror-eu. i 5v tlieir chemical action
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fhey 'render (n)uctt of the ' inert pitro-
I cen in sous available, and s in that
way may be said to furnish nitrogen.
This, ie true. nTlinio nnrl nn this tmu.
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I w w r"".?."! !".""". r
a r MnL-infr mii rixmn evoi in m t
I J . ri . L-i f.
greatqsi yaiue o lime, wiieu appueu
a3 a feftlh2eT depenas Ashes also
I have a good mechanical effect upon
the soil. eSneciallv heavv clav soils.
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wnic are maue "g"1 auu- morc! P"
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rous so tliat air ana water circulate
I more freely. A slfes do not suffer
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wast0 W UeinS wasl,e" out10 eT
tent that is true oi tne more soiuuie
and cousentratca Jertuizers sold in
the markets their effects are there-
fore njorc lasting.;
' A sSKSV USE FOR UUANO. Une o
I our oardetiers has found a new use for
i ot .
guaud. Mrs. Col. Buchauon was
mueli annexed hv ab'bi "cutting
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tuxvluIlcl &a . " .".j.f3 -
periment had guano ; sprinkled over
them. The experiment was a success
i ana "cotton tail , nas gone m searcu o
i it' . ii . . i
A Broken Wheel Did It. Bis-
raarcU; Dak., March 23.- The ; acci
dent on the Northern Pacific road
yesterday, was caused by a broken
wheel under the construction .car. It
gave tvay as the train was passing over
Itbe bridge and-two cars filled with la-
borers fell1nto the "river and cicht
men were killed. --The cars1-took! fire
and the bodies of the men were badly
burned; j Xirenty-two were injured
butnly twseripusTy. " 'i
I ueonle as well as the, hurtful results
j whole region ot. bahei, or the coast
y land bf which Susa is the centre, once
of unexamnled fertility, now snrinsrs
1 A .M. . m. - a
A Year ia New York.
linrinrr i xx i : kva riaotiia Mnn: i
red t in New York city, and 35,000
awa. A. uic&ft..ja nvux "
births were reported. , r ,
! -Kor the eclucation of children some
84,900,000 was expended, while the
t.i- i '1 .t .1 . . 1
uuu&iu iaces. 01 wiiicii inere are i
Enormous sum of 860.000.000. . .
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Of the nrmv ofiwine bihhers Whb
ut' their substance into this pool
32,391 were committed to th.Tbmbs.
The amount expended ; in pnblic
amusements of-all sorts mounted.lo
7(vunnA - ,
Id the police riation, 120,084 per-
sons askel tor and were furnished 1
. m jm m
poor were relieved. . ; .
In the police stations 67.135 per-
Crimes of violence were committed
-y ' ,
Charity sent, to the almshouses,
hospitals, nurseries, schools and asy
lums, 131,765 persons.
Of the immense population of near
ly a million and a half, 172,777 are
females between the ages of fifteen
a. j . i . r- rvrvrv i I
and thirty years ; 0,000 of whom are
domestic help. N. Y. Sun. .., I
Sage. A correspondent of Cole-
a P.ir-.l wnM T.Cf
man's Rural World writes : "Last
Spring I sowed an ounce of sage seed,
costing twenty cents,
. . . t i i w
irom wmcu a i
n t i -r I
now have about a thousand good
Rfrnno- n1nnt.. These, ifnlanlerl nprt
Spring, in go.d rich soil, with good
cultivation, will give three god pick-
a i i -- i i
ngs each year for several years, I
lave so far always found a good home
market for this with the butchers and
grocers at from twenty-fiye to forty
cents per pound, and if picked pro-
t . . I
eriy it w much superior to that usu-1
' r I
ii - . ' .i i . i 1 I
nllv nut n unn t ho mar I at. hv Inrore I
"j I i" 6
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5,. . J . .11. r n a
I ho litoL-tnnr fihrtnlrl no Mrol 11 1 1 v rlnno I
r. o - 7-7.-7
rmr 1ifir.11 Tin 1 1 1 iirr nir tw r i un iiivnB i
. ' " r j .
.us M.C Ov.u.3 "v
feet aoart and two feet in the row. use
leaves, a uianieu iu rows auoui iiiree
the nlow and hoe freelv. with crood
..ik i : u rn
uiu.-.. .alc ... . -" i""
to orevent I
freezing out in winter, aud
1 I knoW of 1
no crop more easily mauaged or more
n . it i it 1
Drontaoie in a smaii wav. i
Another Valuable Invention
fob Farmers: MK R.P. Davis has
applied for a patent for a machine for
cleaninc dirty seed cotton. The ma
chine has been used all the past sea
son, on his farm and those of his
neighbors, and is said to do the work
splendidly. The cotton put through
it before it is ginned is cleaned of all
dirt and trash, and its value increas
ed from 1 to three per cuit. It is
cheap costs only twenty-five dollars,
aud is simple and durable. The best
machines exhibited at Atlanta, of the
kind, cost from 200 to $500. Mon
There were at least half a dozen
dirty cotton cleaners on exhibition at
Atlanta. The "Clement Attachment
man had one that he sold at $20. '
j What to Do with the Dead.
The snbject of cremation is likely to
come to the front in Paris soon be
cause of the difficulty of finding pro
per places to inter the dead. It seems
all the available ground in the ceme
teries will be used up in 1883. With
the growth of large cenf ers of popula
tion, this matter of the proper dispo
sition of the dead yearly becomes
more troublesome. It does not take
long for graveyards to become more
populoas than the cities which supply
them with occupants, One of two
things. must happen either the bodies
must be destroyed by fire or they must
be buried in the open fields, and al
lowed to fertilize the soil, the memo
rials being kept in family homes or
in churches. Cemeteries near large
cities in time necessarily are a nuis
ance, and have to be removed to give
place to residences. The needs of the
living in the long run, are more re
garded than the respect which ought
to be felt for the dead. DcmoresC
Monthly for April.
They are at work on a dictionary
in England which -will take 7,000
quarto pages, or four and a half times
the size of Webster's dictionary. The
first part letter A, will require 400
pages, and will be ready this year.
i About Salt.
. a..vuim& luitb o cut la mure vaiuu i -
We lhan nr could anythiug ex-
m ...... I
ccp oreaa oe more missed. Animals,
irV fact -H ; travel distances and
Dtrave great dangers to obtain it. . On
the COaSt of- SlPrm Tiinn ltrnf1nia I
. - - r .
Ylv'an.P Parents lhe,r children, for
8ail 111 ine aistnct ot Accra, on the U.
T v ' T . 1. . . . .. . - . . j . . I V
nAnJi .f if i jji'i"
Ct Aca a handful of
V- - . r
is such a luxury that to say of a man. k
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t ",W811" " 10
iimnir innr nn n rinn . ran tnnM i
' - y ,rT.rr "VM .w' v
r - - w;y . v.
;W loies " Q0 n
i-l : ... i.i..f i... .l,
" f " ",B
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V j i i .
inci availed hiraselfof this tradition
in his famous picture
on, picture of thW,
Gf . V . j , T . v
Supper" to indicate Judas Iseartot
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by the salt-cellar knocked over by
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tbera a man wa8 8a,d t0 be 10 I08868-
sion of a salary" wh'o had his "sala-1
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sniu io ueinuosses-i
810n 01 a Taiary
"J"" n,f allowance ot salt, where-
iff it .. '
Wlfli Tr crkvo tha tiirwl . hv whinli a
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xv ii in wivn tii mm . i iru i , ww w ninn iioi
lived. Tlius salary comes from salt,
and in this view of the word how
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many mere are wno ao not "earn
There i in New York a sort of an-
ti-slaveryj association the occasion for
which it is not pleasant to contem- MgGl she never cast more; than 121",
nlate. Its exact name is The Work- I rvnn ..ni i
;nwon Prot(lct;ve TTn:nn flfOPl
Atni.tM.i.Mt, u u. i
eioMiteert veara it lias lipn iitwnrk no-
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innr wlint A rtipriMns must liliiftli In I
o t i
th,nk -1-Prtecting women Irom the
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dishonesty and tyranny ot their era-
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f-wj""; vywuoii-ctiii nic OiuauiaM.rebcUl0ni JJctrOll JTOSL
0f workipg women's wages, jt is start
M'"K learu mat mis society lias iu i
i? m t rrr- i
tne last tweive luoiitns recovereu me i
isum oi rzij.uii in iiie iirosccuuoii oi i
cu ts br! unna d war.s. Much has
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suiis xor- uiiijuiu wajj.es. iuuuu nasi 1 mi .rn -4l. J:
1 eu .:...!-. H acr0SS lL rh,S Ps the trggtr
m.. . uC . - j, viC U,a, .alwuu5 -
ness 01 nireu gins, uui in view i ow
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iuct iiiuru ia uuuiw"v iui tite uuuuu-
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uouw o me ou.cr
"uw ra?uy 01 l"OJse m a,,u wo,ut"
who sleak scornfully of their "help 1
have earned the riht to criticise by
paying the wages agreed upon and
justly due? Northern Advocate.
turned out to be a devotee to ajsthet-
icism. Uis new house now being
finished in New York, has a front of,
different colored marble, elaborately
carved,;in the highest style of aesthet
ic art. Its cost is 400,000. The
dining saloon is eiubelishcd with carv
ed satin wood, costing thirty thousand
dollars.! The old gentleman is hot
too old to learn new tricks. Now for
a mistress for that palatial mansion.
In the role of bridegroom he would
have an example worthy of imitation
in Col Camp, of Pennsylvania, a ve
teran of the war of 1812, who at the
age of 94 has just married a youthful
dame of 72 summers, a -Mrs. Rich,
who, it -is conjectured, jrill become
much more rich when the Colonel
decamps to the other world.
Revenue Agent Brooks, of Greens
boro, N. C, reports to Commissioner
Raum in regard to the seizure of the
tobacco factory of Eugene Johnson, iu
the sixth district of North Carolina,
that on the night of the lOth instant
a party of masked men broke into the
factory, overpowered Deputy Collect
or Hobson, who was in charge of the
seized property, and stole twenty
nine boxes of manufactured tobacco,
and thai he(Brooks) is doing every
thing iii his power to recapture the
tobacco land identify the thieves.
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The Qalveston News remarks: 'Now
that the Republicans are divided on
the Chinese question, New Eng'and
Senators are denouncing the negro,
and the stalwarts and half-breeds are
at war lover Garfield's dead body, it
does look as if the Democrats might
slip in and take possession." Yes, if
the Democrats themselves don't get
to squabbling over the tariff or some
thiut? else Cwr. Observer, -
en. in 111s 01a a-e, nasi.,. i10 ilftrne it imo fmm Tnio n
A Scientific Dcstoycr.
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Frof MezzeroflJ a Russian chemist,
recently appeareil before- a Fenian
meeting in New York and thus sU-
led what he could do:
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ftlRnv . a , fl-;i w r
W 1 UUIU UUU1II11U.LH " 2111 I'Ill'
V ,T: "JIY
i,a" war vessel inai fnaa cost oil-
000,000, nn,l cdatcd with an irou
mor twent7-two7inchW ' 6 S
Berfin; fVinnifj tU1 H
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oure wiin twenty men. none of lhiri
burdened with anrth more' bnlW
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. the cliv. TT -nbT nf .1
nUfa th Wn-1.. 'w;f4 '
there were others present wWundet K
stood and who could tell hoiv effoctWe
they were. He could, for a few thou- - ;
loauu uouars treicn a aouia-; line ox 1 i f
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bor in Ireland and so make a .worse
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than imnassahle birriir tn vtrv Kmr.
lish war ship. He bould stand Invrfn
u tt. L..
- Uktrt of Constan in,levina
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one - fourth the size bf ihe room; in
which he was speaking, and wUh
means now at
the entire city
means now at his command destroy
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A Nonplused M icn io a nder "
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" hen the war broke outorth Car-j
olina was called the Union State Of
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very generally in fovor of .tho.wv-
the rebel archives now uhdeVmmi-
nation at Washington, that tip to
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I ICUCia tU UKUt tllC UUlUUt ;! . J-4 - k w M
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luti kJiuiu kjuuin oiiuna suwu a ium
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&3 iiai, it la uiuuun iu uiac ouc
shudder to think what it might have
done if it had sympathized with'the
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If a burglar enters a room, orna-
tvyi r: lnm
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lie win nit a tnreaa wnicn is sireien-
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thal gtrikc3 a atd, that lights a wick
l, fircs to nuoa and -
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This is a hint to the
burgiar to retire and let the inmates
of the room sleep in peace, .
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I Our North Carolina deer hunters'
I would doubtless, like to take' a, peep
at a deer's head which the New York
IforW refers lo as bavins: 58 points
Never seta hen in a box above the
ground or floor of the chicken honsp f 1
if possible to do otherwise, as the eggs
dry too fast and lose their vitahtyi
Much better success raay4)e; ex
if the nests are made on the;
The Bepublicans propose if possible! to :
gerrymander Massachusetts 80 as to pre-frii
vent the Democrats from electing, a sjfn-
gle member of Congress. Bostoa ' which j I
is now a Democratic district ba itsehViis
to bo parcelled out and made parts j of.
fire Republican districts,, all! taking .
part of Boston and-ruaiing out into the
country far enough to get a Republican
majority. The word gerry originated . in
Massachusetts when old Eldridge Gerry
laid out a district that ran every which
way, and bore a resemblance to a strange
The Washington correspondent the
Richmond Dispatch sas that when the
(tinternal revenue bill' corue up in the
House the Democrats will offer jin amendf
meat, it is reported, reducing the tar ou! ;.
tobacco, whiskey, cigars and beer but
it will, beyoni peradventure, be , voted
down. They will, however, secure a re-j
corded vote on the - question." Soma
times recordedjvotes become ngly remind
dors But we say reduce, but not $G3.-j -f
000,000. Why are they not anxious also 14,
to get a recorded vote on the tariff ques-
tion 1 Wil. Star. 1
A Calp Dies of- HiEOPiiOBiA.--John , -
V. Hood, Esq., of Morning Star township f
this county, was theownerof a.cairabout-j
ten months old,. which died about a week , '
ago from hydrophobia. About ten weeks
ngo a dog was killed in he neighborhood
of Philadelphia church, which j was sup
posed to have been suffering" from rabies v.
and was known to hsLvo bitten , six' other, ' . ,
dogs, a hog and this"calf. About tlireo : r
weeks ago the hog died from hydropho-! -. 1
bia,and about a week ago thd. calf died s:
also froiirth'e same diseese. All the dogr a
we-e killedCar. Ohstmr.
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