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RALEIGH,' N. : C., WEDNESDAY HORNING, JULY 12, 1376J
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THE SENTIN EL
WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1876. ;
, lu the course of a long article,, lu
which it lays the whole , blame c4 tha
Little Iton niaeaacre u.Grantand hi,
policy ia regard to' Custer, the New
York Herald, of Jul 7, Bays i .i
The brave Custer, the best Indian
fighter ia the army next to Sheridan,
may have been rash ia the desperate
encounter ia which be and hla three
liuudred comradea dared death and
scalpiui and met their fate, but we nut
treat hie memory with Indulgence. Not
the famous six hundred in the charge of
the Light Brigade at Balaklava, when
Boldly they rode, and well.
Into lb )aws of death, - ?.
Into the aiotita of heli, f '
perTormed a wore alfrna! act of uncal
cuiaiiog beroirm than tha dashing Cue
ter and hie eerenth regiment of cavalry.
The country will give him its admira
tion, its tears, its regret ; It will pardon
his error, if he committed one, and in
scribe bis name ia bright letters on the
roll of lame. For the planning of this
mismanaged, ill-starred campaign ha
was not responsible. It was at first in
tended that he should command it, and
in that case the details would hare been
committed to his discretion and ax
pericnce. But in an evil hoar the pres
ident, acting on an unworthy impulse,
displaced and degraded tha brave Cua
ter. putting him in so i ubordinate po
wwiitftfa that m auBpatga "iorihbetW!fit
Oi nia counsels anu uirecuuo. im in
sult was a blanderlng and disjointed
plan of operatlona ; its first fruit the
surprise, repulse and retreat of General
Crook and his arm yt the second fruit
is seeu to the scalp of three hundred
and fifteen fallen soldiers dripping with
blood at the: belt of 6ioux warrior.
Some ooeltoaj. Jave;laodcred mt .the
iJtUftJlorncai.tvaH. merely one
consequence of the parent blunder per
petrated by President Grant when, b
lit of undignified wrath and petulance,
he degraded Gen. Custer after the latter
had given his testimony in, the matter of
'pot-traderhipeia -obedience lo the
subpeena of a committee of congress,
and did not thereupon require General
Hlieridan to take immediate direction of
tle Indian campaign. But it would
have been too great a compliment to
Custer to assume that nobody but Sheri
dan could usefully replace him, and so
the president committed the expedition
to incompetent hands, with the result
which we see. .m?,: .. -
A Dabaejaer sU the Falls.
The Dubuque (Iowa) Times prints a
letter from a citizen of that town,
now at Niagara Falls ' in which the
writer gives thia bit of graphie descrip
tion: "The falls look to me like a river
standing on end and trying to walk off
on stilts. The only thing I can compare
. Niagara to is Julian Avenue, and that
covered with sleet and ioe, and about
thirty boys and girls riding down on
bandsled of a moonlight night at light
ning gait, and fetching up at the Lori-
- tner house all pellmell, With a few legs
and arms broken after running over
three or four horses and carriages.
Our Dubuque water-works don't
begin to compare with : Niagara to
Quantity and noiae,but the water ia better
for drinking purposes, and comes out of
a great deaf longer hole, A person view
ing the falls has a sort of nervous feeling
almost 'afraid the water will all run
over before one can have a fair look at
it. The water, after it passes through
the falls and rests from its labors in the
abyss below, collect itself together and
forms itself mto a river again, and passes
down the deep gorge at a rapid gait,
whirling, leaping ana loamiag like a
thousand whale when it reaches the
nt whirlpool ; there it performs a
i waltz, and after sashaing up the
fessste-ive ..anon aisianoo w wjua m narrow
opening and passes on to mingle with
the. briny deep, never to return until
taken up by evaporation to the clouds
and brought back by the winds of hea
ven to take toe eame iearinl leap again.
XV b j I sun Poor Blaui.
A southern farmer aoUloquizes in the
rlanter's Advocate; ,
I am poor because I buy more than I
sell Ia the first place, I buy a part of
my meat from the northwest. My fish
comes from Portland, for the taking of
which , the . Mainelanders receive a
bounty from the RovernmenL Mt onion
sets and alltay garden seeds I buy from
Michigan. I so: di the wool from eighteen
sheep at 37 cent a pound to an agent
of a hat manufacturing company at
T?AA1itnv pAnnsTvlwafiiA V.a vtAitla
; IKMUUk A taaaaci j a v aj a iviu UiUUUia
thereafter I bought a hat from the same
company, paying at tue rate of aix do!
lars a pound for the wool. The hide of
aback Isold at 5 cents a pound. It
went to Elmira, N. Y., was tanned, sent
back, and I bought it at 85 cents a pound
and it weighed more than it did when I
sold it. My axe handle come from Con
necticut, my matcnes irom Delaware,
my pen, ink and paper from New York.
Am I the only old fool in Georgia? .
' - ' (From the Baltimore Sun. .
The wonderful progress of agriculture
in the west daring the last quarter of a
century may be gathered from the fact
thain Minnesota, according to reliable
statistics, where in 1850 only 3,000 acres
were under cultivation, and the produo
Tion was 1,400 bushels of wheat, 6,000
or corn and 16,000 of oats, there were in
1875, 2,816,413 acres under rnlUvahon,
and the products tpgrtmted 31,473,000
bushels of wheat, 15,775,000 bushels of
"cats,-and 9,500,000 bushels of earn. :
The New York Herald, of July 8, pub
liabeai a twelve-oolamn letter from a
oorrespondent on the little Horn battle
ground, in which he says: ;
I write from the seen of Custer's mag
nificent but terribly fatal charge, from a
flatean on which, but a few hoar since,
saw at a glance 115 herote soldiers of
the BeTenth United Btatea cavalry lying
where they fell at the hand of a savaga
foe. eoLl and dead. Near the top of a
little knoll In the centre of this plateau
lay Caster himself ; and It touched my
heart to aee that the savages, b) kind
of human recognition of heroic clay, had
respected the corpae of the man they
kne 9 so welL Other bodies were mu
tilated: Custer's was untouched tri
bute of respect from auch an enemy more
real than a title of nobility. II lay as
if asleep, hie face calm and a smile on
hi lip, - Kew- kins -wers eleven dead
ofUoera. Captain Miles. Eeogh was on
hi right, and hi brother, Capt. Thorn
Custer, on his left Almost at Custer's
feet lay a fair, beautiful boy of nineteen.
Thia was young Reed, Custer's nephew,
lie was visiting the general at the time
he was ordered on thia expedition, and
insisted upon coming with him. In tha
field, a little way off, lay Boston Ouster,
another of the general's brothers. With
in a few feet of each other the three
brothers had fallen, and on the skirmish
bine wa the body of Lieutenant Calhoun,
the husband of Custer's sister. ' Mrs.
Calhoun lost here a husband, three
brothers and a nephew. Kellogg, the
special correspondent of the New York
llerald, was found on the skirmish line,
near to Calhoun. , -
Ruling Passion Strong
. Death. ,
The ' ruling passion of bull-making
strong La death, or it near neighbor
hood, was strongly illustrated in a story
MoGee waa fond of telling that of two
Irishmen who were strollinar alonir tha
dock of .Liverpool penniless and with
out any prospect of ' aeuui iug money or
mplojBenW- Presently ihay eame to a
placard: . , iVi
Xtoyai Humane booiety.J -,
2 reward for saving a life t
1 10s for recovering the body I
"Mike," said Dennis. "Alike. dTye fee
tiiatt I'll-fidl overboard -and -you'll
Jump in and rescue me and we'll divide
tne reward, which u be a pound apiece,
Agreed," said Mike ; "here goes," and
a minute later be Waa floundering in the
water. Hut no sooner had ne fallen in
than Dennis to his inexpressible horror
remembered that he didn't know how to
swim, and so instead of springing in
and rescuinff the drowninff man he stood
leaning over the rail staring at the bub
bles which marked where Mike bad
sank. Once Mike came up, but Dennis
Kre no sign. Twioe he earns up, but
nnis could neither move nor utter
a word. For the fatal third time he
came to the surface and faintly exclaim
ed t "Denny, sv ye ain't quick, It s
only fifteen ahillin i son we ll get for re
coverin the body l" .
Information for Distillers.
By the act of March 3, 1875, the tax
on all spirits produced in the United
Slates, is ninety cents on each proof gal
ion. ; y r , . , , .-. '
Before oommendng the distillation
of. brandy from apples, pcachea or
grapes, tne uisui'.er is required to regis
ter his still for use, on form No. 26, in
duplicate, give notice of hla Intention
to distill on form 27 in duplicate, and
me a Bona on lorm sol, with the cot
lector of his district, r v
On receipt of form 27 a survey of
tne still will be made by tne collector.
without expense to the distiller. This
surrey will show the number of gallons
that may be produced by auch still on
der most favorable circumstance each
24 hour, and the distiller will be re
quired to pay tax upon, at least eighty
per centum, or such surveyed capacity.
The distiller is required to keep a
book on term showing how 'many
hours his still Is operated, how much
material ne uses, and bow many gal
lons of brandy are produced, and make
return at the close of the mouth to. the
collector on form 15 in duplicate. By
addins together the nonre . worked dur
ing the month and dividing the sum by
24 and adding one to the quotient for
any fraction that may be left over, lae
distiller will know the number of days
for which be win be liable for 80 per
cent, in that month. TJoon aDoIication
to the collector dUtillera will be fur
nished with forms, Nos. 15, 26, 27 and
30, without charge, also a copy of the
regulations, series 8, No. 7.
.- The book, form 25, is not furnished
by the government, but may be pur
chased in IUleigh at 75 cents each.
Distillers should avoid using more than
one kind of material on the same dar.
Brandy must be gauged and stamped
before sold or removed from the distil
lery premises. , J. J. Todno,
Collector 4th Dis. K. C.
July 8, 1876. ' , V
In a bigamy case at Atlanta last week
a man on trial for having had two wivea
escaped conviction by provioc that he
bad had three. Geo. Megeewes arrested
for living with Julia Mitchell, and to
escape punishment married her, whereon
Catherine McComb swore out a warrant
against him for bigamy, alleging that he
had married her some years before. It
waa proved that he bad ; also, that he
was then already married to another wo
man, who died before be contracted the
third marriage. ThJ notice considered
that as Megee had a wife when be mar
ried NoL 2, he was not legally married to
her, and tnat therelore sne conld not
interfere when he married No. 8, this
marriage being further legal as No. 1
was dead, and dismissed the case. But
wasn't the second marriage bigamous t
Ann" Eliza can now "thumb her noae
at Brigham. Iler loctnrea and books
have brought her $50,000.
Representative - Edward Parson, of
ton Saturday of eoajeatioa of the brain
A republican versifier has put the
Cincinnati platform into, rhyme. Thia
waa a good thlag to "do. Ehyma is of
ten an acceptable substitute (or
Dore for over a Tear studied human
face in the operatinar ward of a Paris
hospital in order to studying the vary
ing expressions of misery in those who
were being operated upon. ;
A naareratown. Maryland, paper, ssys :
We are informed that a partv of young
gentlemen of our town, composed of a
couple of lawyers, a couple of painter,
a physician, a calorie engineer and a fid
dlest, will start for Philadelphia and the
centennial on Bhanka' mare in a abort
Jere fiaralaon, the negro representa
tive of the Mobile (Ala,) district, says
the republicans of the south are greatly
mistaken if they expect to benefit them
selves by having federal troops sent to
the south during the coming elections.
lie says : "Every blue jacket' sent to
the sout makes democratic votes."
At one of the cabinet receptions last
winter a most distineuiahad gentleman,
who has been twioe a widower, said to
Gail Hamilton, as) George Q. Cannon,
Mormon delegate in congress, caxe In,
"Mr. Cannon haa three wives." "Yes,'
replied Gail, "but the only difference
between you and him is that he drives
yours tandem i" ; . , . ' ! ; '
The wife of Gen. Caster is not the
niece of Senator Chriatiancy, but a
daughter of Judge Daniel 8. Bacon, of
Monroe, Mien., an intimate Irian o of
the senator. Mrs. Custer always accom
panied the general In his campaigns du
ring" the -war. and was-TritlihuB-jut
among the. Indiana, , She will probably
return to Monroe, wber all her friend
are. Gen. Custer bad no children. .
KGWI AND NOTES.
French papers speak of hun as II.
rentherford liayea. r- - - -
Between 5,000 and 0,000 people per
Ished in this country last year victims
of kerosene oil accidents. t "
2(11 of Cuater'a dead were burled on
the field, and 51 wounded brought to
the steamboat that accompanied the
expedition. -1 , , 1 .
A dwarf la Alngpoo, China, la so
small that his brother carries him In a
basket, and opene the cover for those
1 . . .. .
WHO pJ o ew
The old flag insulted. The Ban Do
minso rnulattoea boarded the Ameri
can steamship Tybee, and carried off a
passenger.;. .;' .;"' -yy
Louisville's enthusiasm boiled over
In a mammoth latlflcaUoa meeting Fri.
day sveuing. Senator Beck and ex
Senator Yuiee were among the speak
er. ,.r ..;..,77-...,i.
The Norfolk Light Artillery Blues.
the Washington Light Infantry of
Charleston, and the Clinch Rifles" of
Savannah, have gone to Boston, and
bad a grand reception. - ; '
' A Williamsport (Pa.) mother la ex'
hibiling her triplets, aged three months.
at fifteen centa a sight. ' Times must be
hard, Indeed, when woman will thus
"coin ber blood Into drachmas." , ,
. The rain-storm in Iowa is a phenom
enon. The region which u devastated
has often been visited by tornadoes, bat
this is the first destructive rain-etorra
reported from there. - Indeed, rain
storm capable of producing such disss
trous floods is a wonderful thing to hap
pen any wnere at this season. '
Vance for CSvil Liberty The Ha-
HWUB VVi JH W.MW, ,
lExKJCTlVX DrHTMENT 4)K-N, C-
Adjutant Generatt Offiee,
. j. 1 IUleigh, 86th Msy, 1803.
General Order, No. . . ; ;
" Militia officers are ordered not to ar
rest any man as a conscript or deserter
who may have been discharged under a
writ 01 Aaoeai eorvm xnea Deiore any
Judge of the Supreme or Superior Courts
of this Bute. :
They ars further ordered to resist any
such arrest upon the part of any person
not authorised by the legal order or pro
cess of a Court or Jodge having jurisdic
tion of such case. .
By order of Governor Vance.
DAN'L G. POWLE, "'f
! " Adjutant General.
' ' ij! t l 1 r i 1 11
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if yon want to get np early in the morn
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Th advertiser,' aa old phyalclan, retired
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hand by aa last India Missionary the for
mala of a simple Vegetable Remedy, for the
speedy and permanent Cure of Consamptloa.
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, aad all Throat
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Badleal Curs ler Kervous DebUlty and aB
Kervoua ComplalnU, after baring thoroughly
tested IU weaderful euratlv power la
thoaaanda of eases, feels tt hU duty to make
tt known to his afferlnr fellowm. Actaatad
by thia motive, and a eonscienttona dmlre to
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wwifi au who amir n,uis recq e, wna
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Hui(. neni oj ronn mui 07 aoarewinr
. . !, W. C. STIViNS,
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rpQ ALL MEN A . SPEED r CURE. ) f
. Wakuu of tba Haea or, umo. euieraraw.
Affection of the Kidneys or Bladder, Invol'
nntarr Dls:harre.. Impotency, Uenerai ie-
billty, Nervousneas, Dysp81a,Langut
i n AniHta. Cnnfufttnn of Ideas. Palnilati
ofthe Heart, TlmidUy, TremoUng, Dimness
of Sight or Ulddmeea, Dtoeaee ot the Head,
TtnuL nose, or oain. auwuwi w. u
i iv.r 1 jinm. Stomach or Bowels those ter
rible disorders arising from solitary llabits
of Tooth secret and solitary practices more
fatal to their victims then toe song or sue
amnM t tha Mariners of Ulysses, bUgbt-
fn ll.cir mnat brillla&t hopes and anUcli
tlons, nadeiing marrtag almost Impossible,
destroying both Body ana auna.
tvr nsurrlevce. z.t
irmA mniiDinr Toanr mea eontemDla
ting marriaee, suffering from Organic and
Phvalcal Weakueas, Los of ProereaUve
Pihk. I mnotener. Prostratioa. Exhausted
Vitality, Involuntary Discharges, Non-Eree-Ubiltty,
Haaty Emiaskios, Palpitation of the
N.mn Exeiubflltv. Decay of the
Physical and Menial Powers, Derangement
of all th Vital Foreea and Functions. Nerv-
Ubilltv. Loss of Manhood. General
Weakneas of the Organs, and overy other
unhappy dlMualiacaUoa, speedily removed,
aod full manly vigor restored. . ,
, To Toanaj Iflca.
These art son ef th sad sad atalaacholly
effects produced by early habiU of Tooth,
Pai D Id the Head, DimM of Sight, Loss of
. ii i arnf fx ma ssn hmi ijintwi
Muscular Power, raipitauon oi ueuean,
Dyspepsia, Nerrous IrriUbnity, Reran ge
m.alL at th DhreeUva Faacttoue, tJeaeral
nM lit. STmntoms of Consumption, etc
uawir.itr. The fearful effects oa th
mmd are much to be dreaded Loss of Mem
ory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of Sptr
K, Evfl-Forsbodlngs, Aversioa to Society,
SeU-Dletrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity,
etc, are some of th evils produced.
- Tboeiand of penooa el all age eaa aeW
Judge what lathe cause of their declinlag-
health, 1 oalng their vigor, becoming weak.,
pale, aervous ana ttnectetea, aavmg a siagm-
lar appe aranca uwi mm eym,
tymptoma of consumption. .
OF TBIBiLTlMOSt LOCK HOSPITAL,
AO. 7, BVUTU rtiliLIJS.niA. Bl.t
JtXTWKK'i BALTIMORE AND
XCOXD STJtXJCTH. JSALTJMOJUt, UD.
JIM , 'J- .
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EHEdLAH t iH-j-'TIBB ;PE0?F
Bank Vaults & Doors,"
r , 1 ,.i tilt. I,',
UERRING & CO.,
251 & 252 Uroadwaj; ewVork.
5160 isadbury SL, Uoston.
A TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.,
-1 i 'SMBOWXRT. W.T..'
to whom wm awarded the
.ju Premium Jtedal-'
r..r . '"'it' ! ! h: .'
for th best E) as lie Trass aad Supporter, at
th hast session of th
GREAT. AMERICAN INSTITUTE PAIR,
cure a rupture in from. 30 to M days and
offer 1,000 dollars for a cat they cannot
FIESTjLASS LADT tVSQSOJT. ,v t
Terms modsrste. Cases ruaranteed. Or
der fllled bv mall.' Examlnatioa free. The
usual discounts to patrons. Send 1 1 cent '
for deacriptiv book to . 1 .
rror. w. a. bv&xiiam, h. u., , .
taarSMly . . i- Ubief Surgeon. 1
July 10, 1878, and continue Hts months.
TuiUoa, noara and .washing per session
75.00. - ' ' '
- a. u pattuw, rnocipai.,
uneS-deodlm MorriavlUe, N C.I
omci or Botbbibtbbobby, )
pBTBasscae RaixaoiD Compaht. V
Petersburg, Va , November M, i 75.
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE TO
take effect SUNDAY, November 85th i
Arriv at Weldoa at 9-.XS A. M. &&5 P. M.
Leave weiooa as i:ao a. m. ana r. m.
Arrive at Petersburg at 11:40 A. M. sad
7.-07 P. M. - - '
Train connect at Petersburg and Weldoa
with trains for all southern end northern
points. Tickets sold to all southern, south
western, Don aera ana saner poiuta, ana
baggage checked through. . - .
U. 1. UULIUUIO,
feb lS-ditw-tf. . . . Superiotendent.
JEVEU BEFORE .EQUALLED !
The Largest Stock on
. Kecord. -
C. WJLIKEL j Has Utturntd.
lie is still st the old Staad with a largor
U, 8. CENTENNIAL GOODS.
rOURTH JULT CENTENNIAL GOODS
Look at my latest Faafaloa riatea and
obooae your style. :
Ia.tcA anything you want. C'wne aiid
aeo me, I know I can suit you. ;: ,
' WEIKEL'S ESTABLISHMENT
is at the old place, one door south of tho
Southern Express office, '
apr J3-3m -: ; ' f CL WEIKEL.
Samaritan Nerrine. " ;,;
THE great Nerve Coaquerer,
. . cures ulleutierUa.Coarulsiotw.
V. ,r Usnasms, St. Vitus, Dance and
. ' n J K. ail.
.known aosltlve remedy for Epi-
lenticFlu. It hss beea tested by
thouaand and ha sever beea
known to fail m a staple ease.
Trial packag free. Eneloes-
tampfor Circular glnng art-
----- is iv m. fcuwutwij
sect 15-Ual Boa 741, Bt, Joseph, Met
Th next annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the R. A A. A. UK. R. Co., wul be
held at the Company's office, la Raleigh oa
Friday the 21et July, 1878, commencing at
13 o'clock. BOOB. ' 1 , .',. .
" ' W. W. VASS,
June23dlawtd Sec'y aad Treasurer.
TJNltERSrTT OF NORTH CAROLINA.
The IMth easloa will begla on Friday,
July 4h, aad close on Thursday, December
7th. , ; ;
Besides three courses of stady arrsoged
by Us Faculty, aa Upttosal eoaree admits a
Th accessary expenses, exclusive or
clothing and travelling, vary from SUM te
130 for tbeasaaioa. ,. - t ,
for Catalngue, with circulars, appU to, ' ,
' REMP. P. RATTLE, PaasinawT.
jua 17-dlt-wtd. Chapel HIU, N. C,
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