I, 1:1 isKi'.i- Kvkky I'kmiay at !
Wii.sl.n. N"i:tii Cakoi.in a.
i..4r,l iiMil. Mil-r a:i-l 'uAr'
K v : 1:1 ok Al 1 l: 1 isin;
-it..- riMPi I (
,. l; AT l-'.S IN AUYA.MT.
LET AM. TUT i:DS TIIOL .WU'MT AT, BE THY COl XTKV S. Till iOI) S, AVI TICl'TIIN
11 th. tiM
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA, SEPTEMBER 21. 1883.
u:vs or A WEEK
I IM M ALL PARTS
Mr. Charles Watkihs, sa.s the
Milton "f Jlir n m-Ii-,"" lias recently
been to Newport. II- w;is sti.uk
ullli tin- ait ist ie way of bat hi ig.
Id' saw one young lady go in ami
bathe '(.'oil-in Sallie DiHard" fash
'i lie Ashevillc it izen" v as last
week illustrate. I w itli a cut ol a
W 1 1 AT TI I E TO LI TICIANS A 1 1 K
n , . yf.s f. .l l VAf.S
i w ild 111
Wai i " are Ml.v
. ,. , ,iii- sol rv.
in. 111 hi
. Ii'ill !l
es In Nr
: 1 i 1 1 to In- roam
ing tin' wilds of Appalachian,
mountains in North Carolina. car
ry' ig oil" ami devouring childrrii.
live stock rtc.
Wcbeiievcil was an Aikaiisas
editor who aecc.lcd kisses from a
pretty actress inpayment for an ml . Judge Hoadly's Philadelphia
vert .iii. nt i.nl, an. I in 4 xpl.1t1.111-: physician says that lit' is suffering
ai'l , . I :
Cei'.sse I'OIUK.U Cllllllisi-
Till: I'OLITICAL CALlUUtS
Wendell Phillips will not support
lion Rutlcr any longer.
, .-! II
ll 1 1 1 . 1 1 I 1" -,s
tin' 1 1 ansact ion to a friend
that In didn't get wry rich out
it. Imt In- ha.l a heap of tun.
I l l Mil
1 v.ni 111 7'"' ";ll lully pointfil a pistol
hc.nl, pulled tin- tli
loaded. ' Kditor Wattersoii pronounces
man oft tl...ti,.iv ti... ,-..,., ..it;. ,t 1....
tweeii Til.lcii ami Kelly -the worst
vPresi.h lit II . - lias hccli
,,., I'n-si.l.-h! ..1 I In- National
.,,, s.s. ICl.lt ION.
: . , . K I 1 1 sl 1 'A S.i Spring- h.is
.J, ,.,, to Mi. i:. AMI, of I h.-s
S. . h-r ' " '
Wiiiniic't'-!. proinlcts the sale ,,l
., , ,,,,,1-1, .mil . I . biug in 1 1" 'I city
..iiig.-ioii- 1" m-allli.
. . 1 1 r . t
Kin i'"i ma-ln
Win I' ll, of 'iisw e!
I yet nineteen year-
1 .ill c he sav
.mi sugar, oe
1, ,irl, I'Ut 111)
the New Yolk "Po
tt as line. I "l.llllll at
I'i il' cip ulat in
lie iluln'l know it was
.l.iliii Williams, a 0t11i"'
Serantoii, I'a.. last Monday pl i-
it his sister'si
-cr,aml w;is "' l-li."
almost ( rac.l when she tell to the, f
llo ,r w ilh :i l-nilet tliroiiuh her I Mr. Ulitine is generous enoii-li to
'say that his hitter enemy, Conk
.iie I han lilty suici.les Iroin .l. 1 l-in.u", is the liiiiins of the lietnihli
inest.c troubles occiirieil in this pally in New Y'oik.
couiill list week. ilachelors slif -
ler mai. illscoluloi 1 s, mil me
esc:i.e the inelitill tollllles which
wei-k ij:le ;lert;.'.e ol three
sniciib'.s per ia in New
Lyman Aaboti was nomimtteil
for Ciovcrnor by the Democratic
Stiite Coii'en;ion of Xcw Jersey;
the Albright men thrcafeti to bolt.
;e William Curtis le
l'.d iiunils as "tlui tme
Some yery small inciieati make a
woinlcifiil amount of noise. It is
saiil l those who oiiL'ht to kliou . scri
it takes rijilit liumlre.l full L'eiiiiblieiiu in t.ie coiintry who is
universally acceptable to the party."
An a-i iil
I ( i.iclt
Ml lilt. I. ti.l
I 1,,. t,., 11 of l.'oaiiok
I, ,,1 a popul ii ion of ."inn
I w has r..ont, ami
.i 0 1 i. ..ie tin -pi 111.1;.
hs. 1'.. I '.. He 1 iii-r. of M.l.lsbolO
t,nii.all leliolllieetl the Christian
1. !i 'ii.i I. ist week ami tiiiwle a pi-
lession of t he I lebi ew fail ll.
I he b'alci-ll "NcvX s'- li-llles ..III
I 1. it N.'iili Ciii. liii 1 uses i.ono.onn
n mis 01 snail ii no
1, 11, 1 s ..I tobacco allliir.ll'X .
thiit it takes ei"ht
blow 11 roses to make one lah
spoonful of perfume, while ten
cents worth ol onions will scent a j
A lai -ii.H k. w .'Ijlilll- b.'l w cell
I'.,,, .mil 1 lute liua.lie.l poiimU w :is
e l.il.lleil ill New bel lie lasi Week
1, , j, w as 1 i inc. I in NeUsener.
A Sunt h .11 oliua I'. apt ist church
, ual.mis Hi lis 0I1I iccor.l the e
j.iil 1 . . t 1, 1 a woman lor iloii, loo
Mini h lalk'll'; III t'le neihbi.rho.nl.'
1 I,. ( h it ham l.'. conr" is ti c
v, ,: ohl. lis lalcnleil ll.litol-.
uli.i h I'resi.leiit of our Press As
- i .1 ion. is -.'llin out a line pa
1 1 '
( la I he til-. I ..I N elidier IJe'.
. f. Jo: .1 111 w ill no on I he stall
,,t tin "P.il.llcal Pecoiilel ." We
v ill l.nlh w . Iconic Iti 111 lo I he In
The Lotiisbiir ' limes" asks:
"What w 011I.I society lo ,f a man'
ishoul.l enter a ball roomwilli his'
arms bale lo the shoulder ami his
shirt open from where his siispen- ,
dels cross on his back to the third ;
button on his vest in front? Will,
some woman's lights society lady
please answer ami oblige .' j
A pretty Irish - rl'skiss may be ,
sweet but it is cosily. John Ken
nedy, of Lock pi 11 1. N.-w York.;
kissed pretty Mary McCartney. ol I
that town, with her consent. She,
construed it as an eii;;;ii;eliienl
and when he married another n"irl
she sued him for breach of promise
and I he jitiy aw aidcd her -"Inn.
I lay id A. Jenkii.s still raises his
voice a iinst Moll, his Libertil An
t i Prohibit ion folly, and the rascali
ties of the Mott, (Viper whiskey
riiin, says the "Carol nian."
The I Ifinocrats in tie First J)is
tiict will hold their convention nt
lidi'iitoii on the 2nd of October to
nominate a candidate lor Congress.
We hope to see Jas. Mdw in Moore
den. Ciiiinl says he would rather
see Couklin President f ban any
man in the count r . Put he will
never work as hard to make Couk-
A meelin- ol the colored people i bnu- President as Cotiklinjr did to
was recenlh held at Henderson j ,;ike hj,,, l1VM,leut.
with a v iew ol s al l i .si 1 n' a col-I
01.1I ( irph.ni Asvliai io he failed i '. ... A , , ,
"The i; lot ist Association of North: Mi'- (.ai lisle says it takes !.! lo
Carolina." Mincers were cle led j nominate in the Democrat it cau
ati.l a .'oiumiitcf appointed to re-; 11s and he lias more than that
port consul. uiou iii a ii.ee, 1 u- . o j , ,.,. ple,-f,. Hetbllbts if
held ;il (Kloril on the l.SHi of
Al Dcdli. nil. Mass.. one .Licks.. 11
L. i'.viins, and two women named
Mr.-. Catherine P.. Cobb ami Miss
Kate L. Whili.c.v, hiiM'been ar
raigned Ibr oryiniii.'j : Mormon
chinch :.t that place. II va lis has
been sentenced to t hree v ears in the
hoii'-e of correction lor bavin"1 a
Kiimbdl w ill run unless he fan yet
some Western man to break into
i he Wills!
a man 11.
an a e ill
Sent mil" tells of pluiahtv of wive:
..... I 1 . :
Sui 1 n . oiudv who threw iniKni- anu ms.
a m iul.bor i.n. I killed his ally.
. Lviins has been
w' around "etier-
Su.uiir eoiited tally: Col. Lolt
W . Ilinnphrey says thtit (iov. Jtr
v is has niowti more in tlu last loir
years than any public man of his
acoiiaiiitaiice,' siivs the. "Souther
ner." ('ol. II. thinks him
level headed, strong- 111:111.
Sagetl in hunting and trapping.
WIitMi the fall came for soldiers lie
responded, enlisting: in the Fourth
Regiment ami seryed throughout
the reMlion. lie was iu Ander
son ville, Libby, Ilelle Isle and
Florence prisons. At the first
named he was sentenced to be shot
July 17, lsbl. T ie night preced
ing the day on which he was to
meet his death he, with seven
others, managed to escape. They
managed in the tsarkness to get
close to the guard, when a com
panion named Dob Allison, of
Connecticut, threw a preparation of
One tobacco and pepper into the
At the conclusion of his war ex
perience Wallace went on the
plains im a scout, carrying with
him in his body nine ballets, seven
of which can be distinctly felt.
During a light with a party of
Apache Indians lie had a personal
encounter with a chief of the tribe,
named Osceoneo. The light was
hand to hand and meant death to
one or both. Wallace received a
diigger thrust through the palm of
his hand and was also held by his
throat, lie then drew his revol
ver with his right hand, and,
twisting his free arm across his
back, shot the chief dead. The
knife with which he was stabbed
was combined with a revolver,
having 111 one weapon a scalping
knife, dagger and shooting-iron.
In the handle was a chamber for
poison; with which Jto make, the
work of the instrument more dan
gerous. As mementoes,' of this tight
the scout carries with him the min
iature arsenal described and the
scalp of Osceoneo.J
The. wonderful niarkniauship of
Charles Wallace is the talk otthe
town, and his exploits in this di
rection ate ably seconded by his
wife. Mrs. Wallace will at a dis
tam e ol P20 feet '..old a ten-cent
piece bet ween her lips and her
husband will knock it out of her
mouth every time without harm
This is regarded as the most ditli
citlt shut ever made, and has been
done here several times since their
'"U'eut iu town. A common ttack
is placed on a white surface, point
towards him, and Mr. .Wallace will
drive a bullet on the point nine
times out of ten. He will stand
100 yards away, hold a ten cent
piece between his fingers, which
his wife will shoot tint with a re
volver. Marlboro letter in the
1 necessary, even in this country as
j it is, to form alliances and leagues
'under different names to resist
; what they regard as the eneroach
OUK HERITAGE GOING INTO nients and oppressions of wealth
THE HANDS Of STRANGERS. ,i, ,-,.,,..,,. tllU
I s.. ........ ...... ..,'.
it will become. There is not, there
never has been, nor is it at all like
ly Have v. U be, a country mi earth
in which liie people are weahliy.
The tendency is for wealth to didc
under the control of the few, ami
MR. JAY GOULD.
.1 ri.r.A Fan i:fstjcici o.
AP.Ol'T II IS EARLY
i.v .V r ; n ;.s ' .v t ; srni;
A friend sends us the following !
Watchman." As it touches upon a
to leave the
note and flipping from the "Zion's ! ,.,,,,. ;. . .
many m a state of
Tears ;listened iu .lav Gould's
Alter in prayer I felt Mtor.
Then I made up my mind not to go
home. 1 shut my hps together and
resolved to go ahead, ami if must
needs be die iu the last ditch. I ,
then went along the road, and the ,
first house 1 c.infc to I went iu and
asked lor a dinner, which I got.
As I was leaving the house the ,
farmer t ailed after me to do a
simple job in siuvcying for him.
After I had done it he asked me
what my charges were, and 1 said
nothing, but he insisted on giving!
I m tm-K oi.a lsio'1-ti..n ft n
0110 Miivh . ... 2 m
I'hnv M.imh. ' '" -,
0110 V, ;ir . j-, ,.,
l.iN r.l lls-. M will f nil,, f r Uir.ir
AiiviTtiscmiuts an 1 for fontin. t,s ! !U' V,r
l ash must ii-oeiiia:iy a I A h , i-a.
; uu'ess irwM rrforom-o is civ, ti
LOVE IX MEXICO
DIE! U TLTIES ATTENDING
.(; a nil .oi
eves :iml their was a suspicion
tacts show that the can between ' 1. , -i., i.; , 1 ,,. me a .loll n ul,., i, t 1
Sllbiect which is of the hirrhest i.n. . . " ,,v . ' '
1 ine ricu aim (tie poor is vynier ami rated s e ..f the trials of his ear "" shilling tor mv dm m r. left me
portance to all our peop e we , ,n0!C jUJ1,ass.lW,, j,, thickly than lv l,fe before the Senate S..b,-oni ill. seven slnllin-s ,,, uiv po. k
gladly give it space ,n our columns, j stttkM ),IUIltl.i,s. ,.t,si(U.s j imtt).( ,,tI(1(.ati(1I1 ;U11 , :(1,l. ,,.
and commend it t.ijhe coi.s.der;.- j ;, ,a,. ,,,,,,., i((U i, ,,. w'diiesdiiy. A large audience Encou. ae.l by t he .... mer's k ,nd
t ion ot our renders. Eunon. rai-is. now locking to this ,01111- j listened iu perfeet sileme to the "..ids and tinamiaPj aid Mr.
Edithk AuVANt'K: J trv, come with very vague and in- j inn-renting story which Mr. Gould i '"u!d w cut on and finished the
Df.au Sii:: Where an- our Leg- , definite notions as to the real char- j told. The .busy millionaire had ; map of lister .outiiv. H,. ia.le
isiiitors, t oiigiessmeu ami lining ucter ol civil liberty. Having been j promised to appear before t he com- ".' out oftht
men who tne peoi.le I00K to !oi ; accustomed to less liberal and ev en 1 niittrr at K oVlork, but it w as
guidance and protection J Standing oppressive forms of government,
id'e ;ind looking comi.hu iently , in j and broken loose from the time
ami seeing the noblest heritage rotten institutions of the Old
the sun ever shone upon going iiKo j World, they come here with the
tne control of strangers, the scum j feeling, if not with the linn be
am! serf of all nationalities tilbug ; Jief, that they mav do as they like :
up our blood bought Ameri-.-a by and, if we cannot speedily absorb j (;,m(1
the million yearly in addition to
our rapid native increase. At the
present ratio of Increase in the
next decade jou w ill liehold the
spectacle of six hundred million of
inhabitants of all nationalities and
languages embracing the thriftless
the lazy and drunkards, just such
nearly 11 before he arrived. Me
wore a modest business suit of d;it k
material, ami. wit h the exception
of a plain watch-chain and cull' but
tons, no jewelry was v isible 011 his
person, rseiiator l.lair asueii.vir.
had 'read the Senate
them, they will absorb us. and the
character of our Christian civiliza
tion will be changed. So the pe
cuniary interests of the count ly as
a whole, our social ami our civil
interests, all demand that a res
friction be placed upon this immi
gration. These are no idle words.
as every nation is glad to get rid of j Let the subject be considered in
by paying their passage across the j all its parts, in all its relations, and
ocean and landing them on Auieri j in all its local sequences think of
can soil. Such a movement may I the inllncnce already exerted by
be good in some respects but death the foreign element in our society
to our posteiity which Washington ; particularly iu regard to the oh
fought for and our revolutionary I servauce of the Sabbath, and the
lathers died for. Solomon says use of iutoxieati.ig liquors. It Is
"I .it' wise or prudent man sees thin- 1 in the memory of men still liv ing,
ger afar oil' and hideth or prepare tti i when such a drink as that now
meet it." Our Agricultural Rurcau called "lager beer' was scaiee, if at
Offering Human Sacrifices.
has employed at remunerative
wages a-. Emissary or Agent to
staiid at the ports and when such
emigrants land enumerated in
the above they are courted and
persuaded to come to North Caroli
11a and get fat on milk ami honey
and a salubrious climate. For God's
sake and for the sake of Wash
all kiio.vn in thiscountry: but now
think ttt the hundreds of thousands
of barrels that are annually con
sumed among us, and with what
etlects f It is vain to try ami ig
nore the fact 'hat we aie last drift
ing away from the principles on
which our Government was estab
lished, when personal virtue, honor,
I H 11
s 1 . ! i : 1 1 1 1 -4. ii-
ue Taylor of
1.11 1 ie.l ami al
I ew is ,.st ami
. cltr.'lilalh .
c ii chromo.
Ised I he sis
I .ew Is .shot
I I,.- Si
tier 11 lor tii
1 . 1 1 1 1 1011 or.i; o
II 1 v eek I o
III I '.I ,i.k I V II X
cl Ii. --. I 1 1 n 1 1 " IS il.l-
I 1I1 111. 11I I hilt Pro
I 'l ie- 1 col. H e. I ) left
II I'- Il.'l's plllpil
p 1. recoil s.y
1 n; a man U
I. ill,; lo il hi a-s I
,,n. he difl'n all
1 .1 I 'I.I 1st 1:1 a.
that ll is possi
a 1 hi isl iall ; 1 ltd
aii. I. but that il
Tor his neighbor
A pari v of ha al mcu in ( 'al l . l et
111.lv 'M ilt li.ii.i nig one ilav. last
i k 111 I he so amp - al.'ii' North
i,i, and I . I Hi lied w 11 a In e deer,
us . , pretty 1 tor I '..riciet.
i , - i i . mv.ts Mo, 1. 1, ... mission
.iries with rotten c :s and lollows
no t lie .11 u u 1 1 nl wilh bloodhounds.
In i s i , pr, il ... 1 'I thciuost righteous
us,- to w Inch t he bl,.,,dhoiind Viis
. . r : a-t
k negro iti Tiilerv. It Mil
ii i if I E io h I '.row ii. kill,
i a !ir and concealed 111-1
.1 III .:
1 1 111 I
Is pu; t .1,
ml t hex ;
1 1 is s iid ha! he chief 1 ; .ison
why the Cincinnati Enquirer"
Is -o hostile to Geo. II. Pendleton,
is because its editor W a.sh Mr Lean
was ii suitor for the hand of .Miss
Pendleton, a ml her pa didn't tuiii
hie to it with cordial alacrity, ami
that Wash gathered up his toma
hawk and has hern patiently wait
ing his chance to go for that gen
1 1 "man's scalp.
Tiiere are perhaps ten millions of
boy s in the Ended Sl afcs w iio ,
smoke cigarct tes. and an awful j
Winning' is conveyed to them by
the recent death of one little boy.
from this cause. The Winning
ought to be il ('"eadl.il one, !i:
there is not much danger that the
national revenue from cigarettes;
wall be diminished in cons, ipicticc '
oi' the warning. j
I Lenoir "Topic :" I ndei the old i
i method, iu ls7;i. f,,nr act es ot hind j
p. ,i, lined U bushels of wheat. I
worth- I 1. Ellder the 'intrusive
sy stem," iii iss. three rars after j
the same four acres produced Hio;
' w orth of clov er bloom a,nl o worth
ofli-.iy : against 1 . and there
w is no plow ing ! do. In 1 -s:l the
same four acres produced P'."i
bushels of w he;il,w i l l h -'III., ;iU iins
I re n s'io; o Pa 1 1 iot :" Jim Jones.
a coined .iicliill. generally seen
hanging about the depot, has been
hud up several day s with a tooth.
This nun nni" he iiiuxared with a
swollen j iw. and ;i long stt ing tied ' '"'al,l
i o il iniiiers ainl
Hii.iii ;i ; 1 1 1 cliild
!. r o t he 1 Inters
1. ii .iimI :.
i!i it to his tool!.. Jii.st bff-iie the
v tile 1 1 iUn leit he t led 1 he
ea.l of the string to the rear
Whcll the tr.UII stalled he Kill
along behind it until it ha 1 giiined
headw ay . w hen he oi ;. ..! on his
!i's knees. he tl "in . ai'.ied the
lt.i iii--1 in
The eastern part of this county is
. . i l ,...fi,.,. ,.r
brtiadl "iienseij' excucu tiei uicauiuioii
a man crazed by religion. Some
' months ago Silvester Knott, a well.
to do farmer living in a compara
tively isolated spotjon the shore
if Lake Erie, ;attended :i meeting
of the S;ilv ai ion Army at Franklin,
lie became very much excited, and
finally insane. For two weeks
past he has wandered up and down
the shore, declaiming on religious
Hemes, picturing the horrors of
tin Judgment Day, and calling
up hi sinners to worship God or
be etc nally lost.
Yesterday morning he planted a
huee cross in the woods upon
vvhHitonad his eight year ohl
sou, believing the boy would be
fomented in hell tire forever un
less 'ie died the death tit t.ie
Savin"-. Wilh almost superhu
man strength Knott held the lad
liMiib while driving a huge nail
through the little fellow's hand,
perfectly regardless of his piteous
cries lor mercy. The dreadiul
work was intei.upietl by some
wood cutters who happened to be
passing. Leaving his son hang
ing, tin maniac lied, first striking
down one of the rescuers wilh a
hamiiitv. He leaped into the lake,
and as he search for him proved
fruitless, it was thought that he
had been drow ned. This was not
the case however. Re Tore
midnight the crazed man returned
smashed in the door of the house,
and knocked Mrs. Knott insensi
ble at a single blow.
Entering a chamber in which his
only daughter, Minnie, a girl of 17
joker, bin if he really gave la' ;ls,,,l', ne noun. I lier nana turn
' , , ,, , . ' " I foot and carried her to a lonely
10:1 to sii, a an opinion, he j , , ; , . , ,
' p ace in t ie forest, w here htiud-
i ive ocveiopeu a iemi ot i dreds of ctrds of wtiod wen
it ion. or his ' .
iiigton and our rapid increasing i sense of justice, love of truth and
posterity instruct our agent to ad j recognition of God and duty of
vise these emigrants to go an- ! obedience to him, were rrgarcicd
other course as we have as much j as the foundation principles. Then
such society us we want. I hope j think of what the future is likely to
some aiue pen win come io ine neu mis riass oi ine comniuniiv
continue to receive accessions at
the rate of a million or more a
year. If the people understand
their true interests, and desire to
promote them, they had better
at once order their agents and
tepresentatives in the Federal Coir
resolution under which the com !
mittee was conducting its investi- i
gation of the subject of the relations ,
between labor and capilai. Mr.
Gould shook his head silently and
the Senator read the resolutions to
him. '-Now, Mr. Gould, said the
Senator, "you are a man ol huge
experience in enterprises involv ing
capital and lahor. Won't you
please give the committee as full
a statement as possible of your
personal career, . beginning with
your early life and touching upon
the biisinessi'iiterprises w ith w hich
yi.u have been connected.
Mr. Gould said that there was
very little iu his career that he
thought would interest the com
in it tee or the public, but he was
willing to tell all that there was.
lie was born iu Roxbiiry. Delaware
County, iu this State, it place about
ball miles lion. New York City, on
map, ami with that
capital iimh r.ook similar surveys of
Albany and J Delaware counties,
lie was successful, and by the sale
of the maps of those counties he
accumulated about ."i.u.. About
that tune Mr. Gould went to Pratis
ville and met Zadoo Pratt, for
wh.uu 'he had previously done
some survey ing. Mr. Pratt want
ed to go into the tannery business.
and sent him into Pennsylvania her daughter is an
prospecting for a site. He went the Paradise va.lcv
Courting, Pom ail accounts, .s .
prclly tough job i:i this .oiintiy.
st Sllpl'OsI d to
meet the young iad n the pi t. a
They ncvel speak but ga.c.il each
ot her as tiny pass. When the li
ilv does not make her appeal. mo
on t he plaa the young i,.:o. w ill ie
pair to the st feet trout iu g t he linn st
and walk up ami dow u in mm! "I
il for several hours. -He will al
ways gae e.u iiesily nt the window
as he passes. The young la.lv and
her lemale It icinls aic ii.si.le. and
she w ill return his glance. Aftei
In o'clock t I.e y onng man w d g
home. This performance is ceil in
lied lor ii couple . I' moiil h -. : ml at
last t he y oui.g man w ill k not k hold
ly at t he door and ask loi I he lady
of the house, lie w ill I. 11 her that
ing, 1 1 1 out
along the line of the Delawaie 'that she is beautiful beyond com
Lackawanna ami Western Road, i pare: t hat she is b. t u r t han than
laud which he j she is beautiful : thai he is wildlv
ami loan, I soim
thought would suit. Mr. Pratt
and himself employed about I'll
iu en i.n, 1 built their works. They
were (pule siieessl'ul, mii.I altera
w hile Mr. Gould sold out and came
to New York. Then the panic
Is.",7 came, and the failure of
Charles M. I.cupp, in the "swamp,"
cast ;i damper on the leather busr
liess. I'iopellics depreciated ill
value, and Mr. Gould bought, on
ctc.lit. the bonds of the Rutland
and Washington ILiilroa.l nt lo
cents on t he dollar, lie took
chaigcof the road and was its
Treasnicr, and General ilyjwi'i sit between the y
lie conducted t he road
May -1, ps.'ili. 1 1 is fat her was a small ! until its coiisolid.it ion with tin
front,such as the farm ug man, and
speak out for posterity. Charity
should commence at home and the
first law of nature s self perscrva
tion. Let America take rare oi lier
paupers Europe, Asia and Afriea
can do likewise.
Mr. Hendricks, when he was in
New York last week, called on Mr.
rihlen, :it Grey Stone. The chat
ter of venerable gray-beards, if
some Asinode, ill reported for tne
pre.-s could have obtained it.
would have afforded a nine day
gossip for the country. The "old
t iekct" no doubt went over the old
racket of "Til together.
Iu New Jersey there is an editor
w ho i litis ;i republican daily news
paper and :i Democratic weekly.
' Iu one journal lie v iolently attacks
the political piinciples enunciated
by the other, ami somet itnes even
i goes so far ;is to assail the charac
j tci ofthe editor of the other sheet.
; This course seems to please the
i readers, and does not lay I lie edi
I tor liable to a tloggi ng or libel suits.
riess to nut restrictions on this
i few years savs the j wholesale immigration, and to do
w.,., .Mi.i,'if nf " at once;
y.nill ,i ,u tiiiiiiiij i""' m i n,-,s --.
cluhlreii will be given to,
otherwise they will
late. There is no other
country in the world that would
strangers, if the present rate of im ; permit such a thing, or if there be
migration continues. It is simply i s ., country to which few would
astonishing how the people f all ,re to go.
lands yearly llock to these shores. ! in all this we mciin notliiiig con
True many of them are iudusl i ions, trarv to the spirit of full justice,
but others ate hopelessly l.izy. We , ,,( jsnu philanthropy, or of
read ati item the ot her day of titty j (q jstiaiiity. It is no! to oppress
men being sent out from New York . ,. to .,i ( tho snll'eriiigs of the
E Governor St. Jolui.of K;insas,
thinks that David Davis must be
regarded as a Presidential proba
bility, lie says Ids head is so well
balanced ami his record so clear
that he would capture the entire
colisei v :.l iv e V ole of both parlies.
And he is so popular at the South,
says Governor St. John, thill he
would e.y likely carry several
Soul hel a Si ates. We have never
iv.-nior St. John spoken
to work on New England farms,
situations having been procured.
Rut iu a few weeks they were all
bark in the city, prefeiring a life of
sireet-begging to the comforts of
fresh air, happy homes in the Coun
try, ami a life of honest industry.
The follow ing from the 'Christian
Advocate" is vvoithy a careful read
ing: Again and again have the
readers of this paper been in
formed that at present, ami for
several months past, the immigra
tion to this country far exceeds till
former precedent. It is going on.
and with a prospect of still further j
increase. 1 weiuy or more ie...
of acres of land have been granted
to railroad corporations; individ
uals and companies of individuals
have possessed themselves of large
boilies of lands iu different states
poor, the oppressed, the down
trodden of other lands, that we
vv mid have restrictions put upon
immigrations, hut it is to save this
country from the evils that beset
others. We would not throw a
straw in the way of any man doing
the best he can for himself by all
fanner and kept ii dairy of -Jo raws.
The future millionaire, being the,
only boy of the family, was required ;
to bring the cows up in the morn
ing and to help his sister milk
them iit night, lit; had olleli
trudged through the roads hare
footed and had jgot thistles iu hisj
feet. It was a life that he did not
like, ami one day he said to Ids ;
lather that he wanted to go l
school. The school-house was '
about 1-' or l.'i miles away. His
father thought he Wits too young,
but as he persisted in his request.
the old man tin, illy told him thai
he was not worth much at home
and he might do wit h his time as
he pleased. The next day lie start'
ed off. He was then about 1 1
years old. He found a good u.it u i -ed
blacksmith who let him live
with him iml go to to school, he in
return for his board writing up the
blacksmith's books. After going
to school about a year he got a sit
nation iu ;i country store, and many
:t time he got up early to study,
lie had an early loudness f.e
mat hc.iai ics, and altera whih
thought hf would like to be a sur
veyor. He heard of a man iu Els.
tci county who was making a map
of that county, and he went to him
and asked him if he did not w:ul
sonic help. Thejnaii engaged him
as an assistant, agreeing to give
or any honest means, but when h j him L'O a i itli and pay his'board
is consciously or unconsciously bills. He received at the outset
planning to pull down others to his j only a siitticieut amount of money
level the case is different; and. in ' to pay his railroad fare tothe point
tics respect, what i ; true of iudi- j where he was sent. His employer
viduals is equally t rue of nations. ' wanted lum to go through 1'Ktcr
There are now nations of people) mty from house to house, collect
who would be well pleased to rid j jng information and getting hi
t licinsi Iv es of part of ov er-crow ded j board and lodging wherev er he
population. Rut whom would they ; eoid.l. It was agreed that he get
send away? Of whom would they , trusted for his accom::iodai ions
Renssflai.-r ami Saratoga Road,
when he was able to sell out Lis
interest at a Luge profit. Subse
quently he took a large interest,
held hv il friend, w ho was lilialiei-
ally rnibiii liisscd. in the Cleveland ' t "tat is not half what
and Pit tsburg Railroad, and held man must sutler bcfoi
it urn il jie w;is able to sell it lo ad
vantage. Mr. tiould explained
thiit ho became ii large owm-r of
I'num Piicilic stoc k In conscipic ncc
of a misunderstanding w ith nel
sons interested, and also owing to.
the illness of Mr. Horace Clark,
who was at that time in Chicago.
The l iiioii Piii ilic was t hen in a
bad way. Its stock wa nt down to
loci-lit, on the dollar, and the only i
thing th witness could do lo save I
himself w as to hold on to w Imt In
had. He also felt encouraged lo
buy ii. ore. lie made up his lii'iid
to try and build Up the road, and
he was successful. It soon paid div
i. lends. '-After the mad had be- 1
come a lin.iiieial success," said Mr.
lionhl. "there arose s great clamor
that this was J. Gould's load. ;i,
t hough Thai was a dangerous I lung.
I thought ii was best to bow to '
public opinion, and I took every
opp.uti nity lo place the slock in1
the hands of investors. In a .short i
! line, ii'slead of Jo o- pi stock
holders, thele wele bet W cell li.OOO
ami T.tum. Among the stockhohl
ei s were many widows, orphans,
alld pool people. The stock I ose
I '. or Jo percent, in value after I
let t he "111 sj !, 1 ,11 1 l li- in."
ill love with l ei, and that hie has
no pi sstble interest l'ol hill, unless
he can vv iu hel . lie w ill t licit tell
of his plospcct s iu lite, whit he is
I o-"ssc.l of a iii I hopi-s l . he po
se -ed of. It this latter pari is sat
isliviory to the mamma, she will
commiserate wit.i him. tell hnu
t hat she has not ice. I his attention
to her daughter, ami lin.ilU cm
eludes by uniting him lo Ihe I. unity-
circle and nit i od m ing him lo
to the young lady iu Ihe piescee
of the assembled family. The
gram1 in a 1 1 I hen - is one in t he Ian.
nit ; peo
ple ami w il iiess t heir fining.
the rest ofthe family li m ini in the
lo mi also, unless, they ate olhri
wi -e employed ; but under no en
ciimstances must the young people
he left a'one for a '. ond This
you will admit, is pietiy lough. Iml
flo -s the b.'lgain and gives
him a propr iet m uiti lest in
his hnly love. If. pelcl.ili.ee, ll.r
young I uly has a pair of big luot h
i -1 s i i m 1 such i-. griic ra'ly the i.i-i-
the iiuf'oi i iinatc swain is i vpe. I
rd t 1 real, t hem lo mescal and
ei-.i-iet evcr.v lime they meet.
1 1 a ci ens or a t head e c mpan v
Visit the I iw ii it is the pi i log. i
tive of theyol'tig lady lo al.s all hel
female relatives to accompany her
lo the .how, and the yoi.u ' man
of is expected to loot I he bill. I'.Ut
the worst pa I ol the luhl h'1
the lovi sick young m. in r ie, tills lo
be told. I ! c.uiu.,1 w .ilk l.v t he
side ol Ids atlianced on Ihe way to
and I faun the Itiealre. She will
start oil ahead ill cot.ip.uiy w ill.
some Icll.ale I I iel.d. w ll Ie I he
V niing tan w ill hi ing up I he ten
on t In- ill iu ol l"s ami mamma oi
v eii. ralile
s I he I ceo. if a lid
ble cllsloin o the conn
W hile it eX 1st - ! he A mi l t.
man w i'i iml be ii s,,ei..
c:i ll not
III McM. O. II.
racket. If ih.
V ery spooney t hey ca l: be
III SIX lliotll lis. I hough w e
ted soc -I y dem t d - t 1
I sin CI ss
I. Mi. I the
III II I ted
North Caro'ins F.os:i at ttim.
prefer to be rid t The
,j iting the way, and his employer
t rious. the more thrifty, the more was to follow soon afterwards ami
odnctive. the best and most use-'
and territories, for purposes of j vll j(.,ls Is t hat probable f Is
speculation. They are anxious to jt politic or human like.' No. As
se". Railroad corporations are every one knows.it is the less
anxious to sell ; hence, extraordina- j thrifty, the less useful pail, and
ire Wing held out i the society that atcuaPy burdens
pay the bills. He stopped at a
country tavern the first night out.
had his supper, lodging, and break
fast, and told the Iamlloid lo
charge it t his mploycr. No
sootier had he given his employer's
a 1 .la
t .. VII s)
1 Ml P.
e l lo
:e::c e t hel e w a s i.a v
by . sa s ! he New s." :.n o.
ii'-i.leiit ..! ( Iraiiv lite coiu.ly w in
-l atllie 1 a p. t!s,.n on I he gr liml
t hat he had. wr ; ti i ii K. I hu t cl;;
dieii : but .he, ii llrlb'i . a ( ,erm il
! -l ien! of We idlllg. Pa., comes ,
t he llont il s t In- l it her ol nil li.i -i
'sting l.iiitily of boys :ii'd guls. al
born ill tin- course ol' Iweli'. elga
yens. He had scvetiticii b hi
ti s! u ile. filter u by his see. .11.
v. V and '.ti by he .i w ite, in.
I V I In w i v . inis h., h.-d a ll e
I , ! hue III her household !
I lie lo
-,l I .lie
I' i hut III .
I o Nca ol
" I I lis ,
: I H. id :
d n .N ..;;,.
: i. t v
lo go to
II I ,.11 "
. W h
. ,, ,,
piled. ! rv inducement:
An altar v as quickly built, ami i. i,,,,;,,,,,, irrants to these shores the whole, of whom they would n. tine th in the landlord exclaimed:
inaugurate pro- "1,,,V1 jt luadnirtli securetl his j ,.,., iimi(ire.ls. bv I r,,t i.e. id: and these are th.-v -whv don't von know that he's m,
i national iss... have i 'j.,,'. w ill'I offer1 'you as a thoiisiimls, by tens of thousaii.ls,by xvll(, w , ami do. receive the most g,,od. lie t.wes everybody around
head. David Davis i t ..il'.,,.',..., .,.,.. I :...i ' . a. : i 1 l .,.-,t. ,,,1- liv th. I ..nt to mi" ratr. In 1C- hole :iti,l he never It, IV S ailVtliillg.
lilll.ll IIIIO II ill"" .... I . , iiiiiiio. ; illllllll..is,'l III,'!,, i.n,,-1, "'' V -' fill will u " ' r , . . -
mid doubt less noil the full vote of ! ,e iiiaduuii, setting the funeral million ; aml these with the natural fereiice to them the half suppress . Comr, you have got money and .u
pally, but l hat has ..t no time pyre on lire. I lie names stidiii. ,, .,..,,.:,, 1,11;,.,, ; ... .iTh.-v are a burden, must settle voiir sco-e. It is tw
ins panv. mil mat mis ,,t no tiint
amounted to over one voti
v;is in the safe k eping of t h.
Judge himself. No serious apple
heiisioti iii'ol be felt that he i:
r.ke'y to seriously interfere with
air, 01 1 ne very numerous am
promising booms which eutcrpri.-
i lii..t. reaciieii i ne iimos m 1 1.1- j;., 1, w uosi
increase id' population, are tilling ed cry is, 'They are a burden,
our country more rapidly than ever : raise money and ship them to tin-Ih-Ioic-
Soon the most valuable ol ( "nited States as emigrants. We
our public domain will all be in cannot get them there as paupers
the hands of indiv iduals ; and though paupers they may be
what then! We shall have taken and it will be cheaper to us to give
hildren iind niom v and send them there than
: iv cl . at w
in 1 III I. up
-ay s , . -i"iu
'' inn .1 I.
n 'J land,
1 . .
A 1 ilisj.i,,-
Lufl shot and
',. lined Moid on
I 1 ml . '1 1 1 1 1 v .
' Moliut.-tinec! "
' 1 s
in g slatesiiieii are now triulcrly
1. ui-sing. Judge av id Dav is h;is
taken hinisell a wife, and doubt h-ss
devotes mote lime making her
happy to. contemplating van
ished opp"1 1 nil it ics.
I Wis,,, a
' oll.'l I
i"- 'IIS altlteb
-'i' o atr.l ;i.s iuii -I.
I. !,y persons. It
'"'1. del that the S;
lb. 1. tii should
Med , id
"'a d. . 1. 11. d 1 1, i-
"' ' ;,,!- iUol III ,
'i " U sh Olid be
also re, on,
I .0.11,1 ot
cailse mi, 1, se.,:o.i
' 1,1 I. Hil d I
i,' 1 iii si -y ii Ii o a a :.
a tl 1 I a on I He -i . . -i !- 1
bv s) 1 il, lag l,i in in t i e
I ii. Idh . I w it Ii 1,1 .-
P .... 1 - 1 1 1 .1 1 si -i 1 iu.:,,
: I 1 1 . . s c .
1 ,,. the
- ago. kd'; '
t Moiga, ;,,n
!i.-.id mi!, 1
s. . ,.,....
.. d io.s Iii. 01.
A Marvel in Markmanip.
1 in. Caki.i-.u hp Chahi.ks Wai.
I.V. I.. WiP. Cv Suiiniv a DlMK
ElJ.i.M 111:: 1 .;s Lll'S.
' o 1- to be observed -uicllv in tin
It I- lehiied ol
lai e w .11 w in n :i
teen ye. its
-biish-w h.n k"l " w horn
m Ihe aei of setting
tat hers pictuiscs. the deceased
haves u wife and live t hildren.
!t:i 1 h il .1i,i ,ig I he
lad ol . i:l 1,011--liot
ami kilied a
tile to his
Tunc i. in to.tii :il ihe present
time a p.uiJ.vho iias .,11 interesting
ami cv en; lid history. The person
isCh.ules Wallace, who was born
111 Choloiholo ,Mo., 111 ist;;, and
from his hoy hood until the break
ing out of the rt-belliou was eu-
shrieksof ; gin y ami prayers for
;i most ineitifiil d.eiith were music
tothe madman's ears. Dancing
around the l.eapoii which lay the
girl, he implored the Almighty to
. o-.-.,i,t tlie sileiiliee :is atonement
I . .V 1 .1 1... i the hentaire of oil!
lor I lie si 11 1 111 1 ice. is . 0,1, 111 1 1 1 r t im
him in past years. I given it to the stranger.
He added fresh fuel to t lie altar, j children left homeless.
Rut help arrived iu time to pre-, j t.,, t ,,ljs jimi,jgration
vent the consummation of the lear- ...
,. , , ... . veloli the resources ot the con ntiy.
tul design, lwo young ineii cross-i ' 1 ,ui
inir the "wooiU oii'their wav home ; Perhaps so. Land speculators
from a party saw a bright light ; want profit, raiload companies prate a they im
and heard the young woman's W;1Ilt business, and they urge on ,,r and U-m tit
screams. ,.,.-. .cue,. ; ie immigration. Rut I.a
while his companion scattered the .... . . .
. , i ... i;iv...i .... ;,i iK-eiuied to them, that it
OiaZlllg VlMHI ill, I1IIOI ui- ,
from tici.v bed. The cords that , now ;is it was in the days of Solo
boumlher limbs were transferred j nion that, "when riches im ie ise'
to those of the uuconscioiis mani- r!u.v au. j11(.re;ised that eat them:
. ,. . , i ii . i . land what good is there to the
.uiss tviiiiti ,s legs iii e oiioi v o-uin-...1
-in, I il.. .... o.. Lo ,r,. blieflos on ; ow lit is thereol
her shoulders, arms Ttnd sides. So i them with their eyes !" Civil and suits.
to keep th.'lil here."
That is the talk, and that, to
some extent, is the practice. Let
I iml speculators, railro.id-compa-ilia'-
or subsidized newspapers'
hen are some of its natural and
necessary cotlsa-ipu-lices. Look at
them ami see how you tike them.
love your country and hopa- ere
voii die to find and leave a home
;ave the holding of for your children, look at thrse re-
tml then sav to the men
is as true
must set lie vollf scie-e.
shillings and sixpence". Young
Gould explained that he had !i"l
a cent with him. ami, mu.-h lo the
landlord's di-gii-t. proved tha' he
was telling the truth by t iillil ng !i is
pocket ilisid if.
At this point Mr. Gould hcsint.
ed, and w it h a laugh said to t he
roiuinittcc: -This is a jh lot "!
Oh, no, it is not." intci i upt.-d
Senator Rlair: "it is very inta-iet-ing.
( io mi."
Well, after my icbtitl from tin
landlord. I had not the heart the
next davtoask iinybodvt o give me
A Ceon-a Girl stabs Her Aunt,
Wh) was Her Rival
Atl.tlitil. (Ll.. Septclnbcl s. At
a coniii ty d ii.ee in Pierce county.
Thursday night, a tcnible miirder
w .is a - , , i ! . , 1 1 led by L'oxy W ilson,
tin- hamisome .laughl.-rof a lespa-ct
able l.tiiui'i. Sin- ami lu-r iiuiit.
Mahh-Smith, the latter bkew i-e ;i
a hand nine young woman, weie
b it h in love w itli a well to do
y on n g tanner w ho, how ever, deal -ly
gave the ptcli-icmc to Miss,
Smith. Tlii-t cm igel Mi-s W.lsoti
and .is the dance piogn-s-ed she
vowed dire vciigeatice against her
fiv .il ami t he man of her choice.
Ibr brother. who was piesci.!.
secret!, hi., del her an open knife,
iind w this she sprang at Mi-s
Sui'lh. wounded her badly with the
ti I -st stroke ofthe weapon, audt lull
piling.-. I t he k uiie up to t h.- lull
into l:e- il afil I Ulia'c riv id's bie.ist.
Slietheii jumped at the young
farmer's I hro.it. but wa. seied
and dls tlllM-d b.-foie s,e could do
1. on. my harm. '1 la- In other of t he
i ii 1. 1 iii ss was j.ie ..-nt ibiiuig tha-
iVigl.ti'lll -ea-ln- and ma 1.' IIO :,t
lempt to hinder his sister ill Ihe
iieComp'.'shtllellt of hel tl'lllble
ib-ed. bill, afta-r all H.MlVrl, Willi.
ed a a'mly away. Ib r father has
declared hi- ri'tntioii to -aa-iilice
evei v ea-iit of hi- fortune to save
W..i i h.
' I allied
Messi s. Wort h .X
city , hav e prepaied
.it Posins. i inbracii
rut grades f ohi eaniiui
to w Mi. hot glass, w 'fell
sl, lpp I to I lie P i - M
The ra-e I. ill ided llo 1
o.H i III. Ill s. in a- ieh of w hi.-!
aia- I ' pieces ot n.-iii. -ol "l ".i
glade, and tin- dilb leiit gt ade- al
I III' I e
so al i angel
a olltp.U I lll. il! s as t
and agia-fitbh- t-!b-'
top ail t he else Is .
it may al! ! -ecu
of b.'.-oiu i ng unit : I
h. li la- -p. i t I'.
i g i . a ph asing
t it, cab. i. Tic
f g: i--. s,, th.il
W I'i, out d iliget
Ie I ami u a -led
,.. lolling Wi!
the I iivcltev i'i.
that a -..mimi
I bl ""ii'gb Sw.tili
l " .
a ,,l i e-potidi lit "1
Willi.Ii'l. l , g..mg
.nut;,. -I ippa-.l in
,,,t ol a lou'g ciii.l i ami halloo.!
iboiU all-wa-a-i. but he .l.loke
round ihieii hounds in the back
V ill .1. I. aV ing t In- hot. - ami go
ing on a few . a;.!-, lie iv. '-onir-women
plow ing a : Mi r
some iniiii l 'a s ,,
il -ked. -Il" w I - it
women at u oi k fit
don't sa-o a ny ma-ii f "
one of the women.
III til" I ... d i:l
I IM! I till I the
tl. Ills .1.1,1
W.-ll." -a :.l
I have llV.d
Ill Kal'-.ts at. I have It d 1 " If,
;iml if I was a in in I wouhl'i't live
any when- but lu-ia-. ,.i I r. h ...i
Wcsf.-in N"lth I'ai'.li'ia a
heaven lor dog- ami ma-ii. but it
li 11 on women and -Irn - "
e toiling thousands, who atiydiiuiei. I naturally felt timid, u, d uighta r from the 1,-g.d
aboiit prtM-i'i-aling further, anal de
bated iu my miml whether I Ii.ul
not better go home. I tin. illy
sought a Sffl'ldi'd placa wh.-leno
"f ba r ita t.
awful washer experience that the MM.j.l peace ami prasieriiy alo not w ho, too often, alas ! iiiisrepreseiit Uy eoiiM see me, ami hat I a good
loots ot an asylum may open to .?..,,.. ...i .,i,ini. ,,,, u..-itii, Mor ... ia.ioTa.ss! "C.eiitleiin ti. civ. Then I went to mv sister's
wealth alone tends to airogauce von have placed restrictions on nearby, and. going up stairs, J
... .i . . . . s-. - -.1 .i ii . f y...ai i
audit is (eared her reason is per- ami oppression oi ine imioi. ,vi uninese immigration, gsowgoann prayeo. neu- .nr. toniu sjiokc
manentlv dethioued. 'readv do laboring men deem it do likewise for all other nations." earnestly and with much feeling.
admit the daughter as well as the
father. She raws night and day
.V lis an wa. abusing a waila-i ..nt
ra 'eo.l.lv. who was as m.-a-u ano
The Norfolk L.-.lg.;i''s:,y,: A po-ible an.l Ul
party of etigiuaers st.ute.l out this - take no olli-iice. ".l.-'ni-. -.ml th.
nioiliing to survey the Iuu. let. like. 1 ' next wader, after the meal, "how
of railro.ul from 1,,-ie to Gf. I. Islaoro, ,.,,), v,,u take it"-o allTblv T" h."
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New oikiN h.uleston Railroad.- . . ,. , ,
.... i mi i - i him 1 soit in h is sou ii ris 1 w a s l ,i in g
1 he ro.nl wi'I Im- ,m i r bm- from 1 l"1 "'
this lit v to Goldslara. ' ing it iu."