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SALISBURY, N. JANUARY 22, 1861) NO. 3
wmnrhaH nff. and in It worn ttia nlil mar. I for it liad itatMBaTBW. arKttWnalA Mm I aerilicd in TTa ......
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chant s money, papers and pocket-book, down upon iu dot I ta opine, the Horse's ana bullocks liter, it is I I oatkh
With the money m toand with the bill, and in feaa th writo it ground in toa powder and told to low I The tenth that matter pasee. from the V '
and the word "Oanal" Written armaa it. down, the .ntnan aBW urire mFim ihnn Jnalara Th WmI wa I animal hah to thai I lailitli aad faaaa I
It was not long befire tlstea confess- To tho FrenclTtJ had charpo to detect the adulteration ia to aet aaide the vofatabl to the animal kbfwoaa .
ed their crime. The old mas bad been of the little colon jfl Hf "ifuaton of the laspected coffee, and if apun, received a carious illutratien not tord '
murdered and body thrown in thsrlki-r. he was just A haam HLssW0 auimal aBJer be present, ia a few day long inee. worthy
mi. j i. . . .it . x. ii aSV m - - . . J . ,l. . i. .Li. anta:
Bb.kUiUr diJbttltm fMll fcagaaj,. , U L memory W BWfflhmJ
. to their UdinMaoe the proof. aWBm bio mind WirHtlll nsVfc the proea -JIUn toe founder af Bhade lalaad. hia private I
i II l aaaamwawaaaaaa .. - .rU m m I dtu-w ml
then, and the young NemaakJflaaasYhnart. ba able to cdfl nBrakL. daflHfitetnl with coffee to zire (t a
it her We axe in hi. tu e . U aatd to cut Imre rtot yet b.
he charm.. But this atranre incident in two. He had bcalaW iuoaaK ntlr ooiaoner
IIWIU awwjr I .
hc(!?lu Not ll) State
i Uaw of brevier H ioehe. lenartb-
i column or leaaaonatitutea aquaru.
notieea will bdBbaraed SO per eeut
"than the above (Baa.
Ceurt orders, alx week, $7, if tbe cash ac-
i the order. 910 if it doe not.
notice, over six lineaatcharged
ment. . "J
To person wishing to advertiae for a lon-
nte than one monin tne moav niMtrai
terms will be given. .pH
for the Old North State.
1 . Cheerless and sad de days go by,
Nor bring de Night relief :
vote 'tk true, for eberytina?,
But vote ain't bread and beef.
S. "Old Grimes it dead," but lives in song,
, Tost from de coat he wore ;
"jpronder if it looked like mine,
wTwa buttoned down before.
But 'clof ' end buttons don't bring back,
De day dat used to be ;
I'd rather see "Old Mas' now,
Can spoons or cutlery.
And John son died de oder day,
De cause I does'nt know ;
Hrlleaned too long, a yankee sail,
Upon de ole Buro.
i a. in taUk
were liinentea oy ner dangbter, a young
gin, scarcely twenty. The terrible be
reavement bad paralysed the tease of the
mother, but baa aroused tbe energy and
fire of tbe young rtrTa nature. Mora like
a beautiful Nemeeta than an ordinary wo
man, she appeared to ns. Aa we entered
tbe room, she waa ia tbe act of consoling
her mother. The, lone black hair bad ea-
conbnement and almost
io mil ranen from it
........... aamv i ' r -
T "Vl.S rSSSV- .rt1 Jew1
m bi.ibj i a lw a m -.
i uaum w
of the taawlnemlja of ail par-
Tha education of tie wo
' dome tie, a. .
the borne dresa.
th the blood of her Spanish
bnt tke figure waa qneenly, Render and
faaltres a a model. The glortou beau
ty of this young girl fascinated while it
bewildered yoo. Bare in it exqniaile
loveliness, the eye delighted to reston tbe
willowy outline and graeefnl symmetry.
Starting ap no we entered the room, the
De Buro falling suddenly,
Twas rotten down below ;
Preejpitated him alas I
PEmagin no more. ' Jp
A Webejd a teotlon" here last wetkL
Aad lected all ob cm to boot,
By sixty vote, or more, p
7. De white man i de Mayor now,
tHnmianoners an are wane .
W" And 'nary' black policeman 4
Appoiated be, last night.
'! V.-.l I ft m.:t '..
ft It's wrong tao't I, our claim to bght,
But now, I know, "de reason why,"
, We might obscure de gas.
a. De white man's got more sense dan us,
De white man's bound to rule ;
So, darkies I better go to work,
iayl OhJ where' your mule I
19. Dem forty acres was a dream,
Just like de ooe last night ;
I dreamed I was afifuoking corn,
De moon was shinin bright.
'1L And "round up, round up, round up corn,"
. We sang with joyous glee ;
, -, I amelt dem arae big punkin pics,
T: Bat aame old corn whiskey
12. I pressed de stone jug to my lip
uf - 'My throat was very dry :
"Ole Maeta" take his uigger home !
Before di- oivger die.
"Are you tbe detective f "
"Wo arc," and 1 mentioned our name.
"I must speak to you in private." abn
Raid, and led tbe way to an adjoining apart
"What do you think of the matter?"
he asked when out of hearing of her
"A yet an opinion would be mere
goes work," I replied.
"evertbelese, I have come to one. I
have no doubt he has
that the deed was com in
near the old ruinous
"Some sueh idei has crossed my mind,
. . ...
out mere is no trace a yet w Inch can
lead to proof of it."
"We will find it, reet aa.nred," ehe
aid, "and to thi end yon must co-operate
with tne ; and now listen to what I
have to say : To-night, at 12 o'clock pre
cisely, do you two visit tbe old building ;
I will be there." Ask for the yonng wo
man who applied at night-fall totltem for
shelter. L-t your object b, apparently,
to arret her."
"Hut I do not understand."
"But yon will. J am going there at
dark, disguised a a beggar girl. Hy the
limy yon coma my information will have
been collected." She rose to her feet a
among tbe tiring, fieaatif
are many heart to arrow rladi
.k.- i. 2 . .
!. runic WIHI ml ktIO J J Ul
be charms. Hat tint atranga i
her life will never be effaced
mind, or fade from the
who aaw her than.
memory of thoae
STORr OF A SNAKE CHARMER
FEARFUL RESULTS OF RECK
LESSNESS. ' '
DaChailla, in hi last book about Afri
ca, says : i
One day I witnessed a fearful scene. A
man. a native of Ooree, an island on tbe !
coast of Senegambia, who had the reputa-'
uon ot oeing a snake cnarmcr, ana
Dreadful Accidmi i the Baf-Totr lie
. Killed by the Explosion a Boiler.
On Sunday afternoon, four men, enga
ged ia blowing np the wreck of tha steam
er Scotland, off Sandy Hook, were in-
antly killed by the etploaion of a torpe
do. The facts of the case, so far aa re
ported, arc aa follow :
Tbe day (Sanday) being calm and fa
vorable for working, the men connected
ith tbe Neptune submarine Company's
UIWISSH . " ll
velything had paaaed lata oblivion. I VV, '"C8 fheuld not
shape of th. coAn. ooaU ooly kal,eftJ; i't,tli. better
MlfflM tn trim
uch anVctcd flavor. We
a able to ascertain if the traced by a black Una
vogue here, though we fear matter. 'Mklm
at food are none too good The mating binge and Bails, aad a
for such an atrocity. I rottnd wooden knot, alone remained in one
Figs Our reader hare observed the grave, while a single lock of braided hair
mall boxes of figs sold at tha street eor- waa found la tha Ota. Near the grave
bad sent down
nera all over the city at a low price. stood aa apple tree. Thi
then at the Gaboon, bad succeeded in cap- steamer Truxton. nroceeded to their work
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luring oue oi mesa urge najara. lie waa upon the Scotland as usual. For this i
think, all will mrre with me. that
an rises in value the more exalted b
mestic virtnea, I fetr I may not be un
derstood in that, expression. I do aot
They are old, damaged and wormy fliga, two main toots into the very presence of me5n b7 saaatlc virtue merely boo
teaiumedaad fixed over aad put into the coffined dead. The larger root, push- w'fer7 but all the intelligence, goodness
new boxes. Thev are unhealthy and in its way to the precise snot occupied 01 nlt genUene, truthfulne. P-
should be shunnod, particularly by ehll- by the tkall of Roger WiUiama, haJ made loveablenea, that endear her
a turn, aa ir passing around it, and follow- " , oancnry ner influence
ed tbe direction of tha back-bone
THE CHIEF 80LD.
A few day since a rather seedy look
ing individual appeared at tha City Hall
and inquired if be could be honored with
Han it divided into two branches, send
ing one along each leg to the heel, when
both tamed upward to tbe toe. One of
! these root formed a alight crook at tbe
knee, which made the whole bear a stri-
upon tbe husband aad children. Ska
should be imbued especially with tender
ness and unselfishness. Her homo duties
should be paramount ia all her rajalieu,
and should be brad a nearly aa possible
iu her nature.
Unfortunately, tbe education, or rather
been murdered, and I ?ld mn '"d Prided u"lf on nern I purpose two boats left tbe Truxton, which Chief of Police ; and being replied to Thta wen the graves, bat their occu
unit ted somewhere I '" fr,d J anJ ,ke however veno- lay near the wreak, and wenL to the vi-1 in the affirmative, waa shown into tha pri- pant had disappeared ; the bones even
building near the nou he 'eP' "the; nay, not only eiuiiy of the sunken .learner. One boat TftU offlc(J. had vanished. Ther stood the thief
wa. he not afraid of any of them, but ha
would fight with any of them, and get
hold of them.
I had often aeen him with .uakea in hia
hand. He waa careful, of course, to hold
them juat by the neck below the bead, in
uch a manner that tbe head could not
lain on itself and bite him.
contained the captain, (Xr. W. L. Chur
chill, one diver aad three seamen, and in
tbe other boat were divers aad sailors, six
in number. The i captain' boat carried
two torpedoes. Those are pet ap ia
strong iron bound casks, and Weigh 87
lb, apiece. Iu connection with them were
the galvanic battery aud 'wire for dis
hargang the torpedoes.
down to the
sLaj anaL (
A HEROIC GIRL.
BXPMtiaNCE os- a prrjRF !
PFlFrom tbe Hew Orleans Picayune.
Ia 1848 a circumstance occurred in this
eityVaaid Mr. t., which, at the time, cre
ated an excitement which affected the en
tim population; Aa old merchant, high
lajttttneeted, wealthy and of distinguish
ed roeiaJ position, one night mysteriously
disappeared. His family were in infinite
distress, and hi business In consequent
disorder. He left bis store at a late hour,
libly to go home ; but before going,
to bis nsual practice, he put in
hie aocket a large sum of money, tlis
way led along Peter's street, on the bank
of the river, far down in the third district
oi the city. His lite may have been sac
rificed aad hi. body thrown into the flood
that rolled at his feet. Police regulations
at thi timo were bad, and crimes of this
description were not unfreqnently perpe
trated. A little way back fiom the street
wa a ruinous building, half tumbling to
decay, and Inhabited by a number of peo-
Ie, men and women, inured to vice aud
iving by robbery.
Among tbe note Mr. Corilay was known
to possess waa one tor aautl, wiQt Um
i new. indeed, she wore the
abearance bT mo ivemesTw r nan rmearrr
her to at first. Beautiful, but rigid a
fate, looked now that set, determined face
The beautiful eyee bad lost their softeuad
lustre, and shone now with a passion a
light almost cruel. I hqjk" were pale,
but rigid a iron, and the Tk-autiful nostril
dilated with an expression of heart-con-
snroing vengeance. "I will read theguil
ty secret." she said, "if the criminal ia
there ; however deep in hia heart he may
Strange as it may appear, I made no
attempt tn dissuade her from her purpose
I could not. I felt aa if the beautiful
creature exercised over me a magnetic con
trol. And prepare for the night visit to
the old house and it dangerous tuhabi
Those acquainted with the city at that
period, can tnrm some idea of the danger
of the plot we had formed. To us it waa
a matter of daily occurence. But for the
youg girl, inexperienced and tenderly nur
tured, to thrust' herself into tbe very house
of the unscrupulous and desperate Wretch
es who were suspected of thi crime, wa
imply appalliug. It would not do, how
ever, to go to the place before the hour'
appointed for our coming, for that would
defeat the object in view. It waa, there
fore, with many a misgiving, and an un
easiness bnt poorly concealed, we bided
mi r i line. But wo determined to be there
at the very moment, and the clock wan on
the stroke of midnight when we knocked
at the door. The outside of the house
gave no signs oi life within.. The chat
ters were securely fastened, and no ray of
light penetrated the darkness ; but the
muffed sound of voice reached our ear.
' m iim trrrtaa a rv&m arcr 7
nntn our Knoea nnsnea mem to a wnis-
per. There vM'a momentary hesitation,
a if counselling together, aud tbe door
Was opened wide.
It waa a long, low room, dusty aad
brown from age. About a dozen persons
were seated around, but every eye wa
turned toward to the door. Two men had
risen to their feet and stood in an attitude
which might mean defence, before the fire
place ; but the object that attracted our
attention most waa a yonng girl sitting in
the centre of tbe apartment. Her face
was dark a a gipsey ', and tho long hair
hung loose on her shoulders her dres
wa efpwir mrtevieJ, nigged and nnelean.
Patches and rent had almost changed its
hue and disguised its texture. She seem
ed tdo thinly clad ior that cold night, aud
her slender frame hivered, as if from cold
as the chill air from tho open door a wept
'" , '
" What do you want V wa the stern
question addressed to us by one of the
men at the fire.
Tha? day he brought into a large open
r a m m 1 a
space, perfectly oare 01 grass, oneof these One of tbe diver went
wiia raja, that he had just captured, and wreck and adjusted a torpedo. After be
was amusing himself by teasing the hob- had regained the boat the two boats row.
rid and loathsome creature when J arriv- ed away to a distance of about 1U0 feet
eu. it waa a huge one! . : from the wreck (not mom than one-hnlf
-Most ot tho people of the village had the usual distance.) Captain Churchill
tied, and those native, who, like myself, then gave orders to tirethe torpedo, which
were looking rjn, kept a long way off. was done. Simultaneously v. uh it dis-
.v a Jfpongwe man, not a .-inU inhat. 1- rharsrc, lh seeped torpedo
lani 01 me wnoie region 1 have exploit- i, urn 1
"What can I do for
"Are you the Chief?"
''Cm I speak to yea
"Ye speak out!"
"Will no oue hear oaf"
j "No." m
"Arc you sure?"
'Well: then, listen
the Common last night,
king resemblance to tbe human form teachlnes' of the females of our time ig
nores me aomeitic qualities, bar nature
almost wholly; neither i. she to be al
lowed to know anything about business;
tbe very Mr WBO,e y, childhood and adole-
waa com- up who social acquire-
plete. menu. Tbe accomplishments are the
The organic matter, the flesh, the bones "v essential parte of her education aa
of Roger William, had passed into aa ap hy society a now constituted,
pie tree. The elemenU had been akaorb- Sbe lMroa 10 'bow herself off to th beat
ed by the roots, traaeraated into woody TW,20ff? nd '" everything of her
fiber, which could now be burned aa fuel, Pni-ciioii
aa I was erocolng passer-by. and
,t, about llo'euZrtl,lrVTfame of
I . . ,i. .1. A I ioi nau oeen converted ?
ivwv am wvvaaaaaaa ewHiwesiu av frvneae wieai m . a m
a baby in her arms, looking carefully '7J'W'.",Dte
around all the while to see if .he wa. fol- FT l
.. ,..1 .1..... k.. .:u. .k. .a... h question, "Who ai
... ..... 1
. ' ' -1 - m- .
atoms. ""Thlehl fiterall v true ; furaft-a1 1 '
lowed, and then wheu right at the edge, I j
"Threw the child into the Frog Pond."
Or carved into wniSSBli kail hlnnnuui
into fragrant blossoms, which delighted 900d society
year, had been
question, "Who ate Jtoger Wil-
or and bi
-Steel's Fourteen Weeks in Chem-
to make bar
ns. 1 be little anil, the
some extent tbe matron, ia
it the ornamental.
see grandy col
tha Tkll 1 U
in each apparel as ia caleuiated
IV aa thn nam
the desirable obieeu ISiH
Sbe almost iiiiawiii'
Two or three times, as the snake crawl- vestige of the victims 'or a fragment of the
ed on the ground, we made oti 111 the op
posite direction with tha utmost speed,
myself, I am afraid, leading off iu the gen
eral stampede; though I had provided
myself with a gun.
It was perfectly fearful, perfectly hor
rid and appalling, to see that man making
a play -thing of this monster; laughing,
we may say, at death, for it could be
nothing else, I thought.
At first when I saw him he bad the
boat ha been found at this hoar or wri
ting. 'The inmates f the second boat
Were blown into tho water, but were res
cued by boats which at unco put out from
The killedareasft.il . ; Captain Wm
L. Uhurcbill, (superintendent of tbe oj
eratious on tne ocotian it jewis jugr
diver, and George Moor and Jam
O'tjhav, seamen. The third seamen i
tho boat was blown into tho water, but
snake around hia body, but be held it j strange to say, escaped with no other iu
firmly just below the neck, and I could
see by the muscles of his arm that be had
to use great strength. As long as this
pun of the body is held firmly the snake
loses much of its great power of crushing
one to death, as the boa constrictor py
thon does with larger animals, and aa
mall snakes do with smaller game ; but
with this najar the danger would hare
been tbe venomous bite.
Then with his other hand bo took the
tail of the snake and gave it a .wing and
gradually unfolded the reptile from hi
black body, which wa. warm and shining
with excitement, but always holding tbe
cad. On a sudden he threw the snake
on the ground. Then the creatine began
to crawl, away, when suddenly the Goree
man came in front of it wall a light stick,
and instantly the monster erected itself al
most to half of its full length, gave a tre-.
J-..- .11 I I
luunoutio wiiiaiic, wumn e 411 ucaiu,
looked glaringly and fiercely in the
man's face with its sharp, pointed tongue
out, and then stood still, as if it could not
jury than a broken rib
The cause of the exploskau is unknown
nit . . . 1 . .
1 lie theory is that the cnncason ot th
cxpieateg lorpeao in
boat and thus effac
It is said that for
to be fired by elect ri
ded by the vital waif
ing a wire with whirl
ed. The subject should receive mi imme
Captam Churchill waa an ex-Lleuten
ant ot our navy, and, nn excellent and
mast capable man. -M Y. Jour, of Com
torpedo in the
rhich are made
have been explo
of the hand hold
hey were connect
Before I had time to reply, the girl
Canal ".written on the back. The. ! Pg ,e "P"" m'lr"":-
ercof Various , denominations and ; rrest these men i iter voh - -y-.
but the lace, flashing in me ugui 01 me
Are, waa tliat of the Nemesis I had aeen
tout peculiar identity.
r I and myself visited the resi-
nee of the missing man, at the request
bis wife, and by her we were charged
the duty of tracing out and bunging
lp justice Ins supposea murderers. he
wasA tall, elegant-looking lady, of com
manding presence and great enlinre. The
' rteo oeauiy anu une moia
There was a short, fierce struggle, 'and
the men were In our power. Tbe girl
then walked to a place in the floor, and
touching a concealed spring, lifted a trap
door. She bade Mr. I. lift tbe box
toy in the hiding place.
stick in his left hand, touched it
as though to tease it. It was a
sight, and if be nad been near en
snake woald no doubt have sprung
its antagonist. The man. aa he
and infuriated the snake with the
held iu his left hand, drew th
of the reptile toward tbe stick t
denly null iu the wink of an eye, almost
as quipk avlightning, with hi right hand
he got hold of tbe creature just under it.
1 . 1
HM nme i
The Now York World is nwking stnrt-
Jmg disclosures of frauds and .adultera
tions practiced by the New fork dealers
; In family supplies. Vnai a late nrtiele
we select tbe following, which we com
mend in the attention f housekeepers :
dj.it rs. I'lesBtBM ava . been com
IfafMalion to the adul
The same thing that I
scribed again took place.
have just de
The sr.ake fol
ded itself around his body ; then he un
folded the snake, which waa once more
let loose, and now, this horrid serpent got
so infuriated that as soon as be was thrown
upon tbe ground he erected himself, and
the glare of his eyes Was something ter
rific. It wss, indeed, an appalling scene;
the air around seemed to be filled with the
whistling sound of the creature.
Alas ! a more terrible scene soon took
place. Tbe man became bold rand bold
er, more and more careless, and the snake
probably more and mora accustomed to L been extracted
the mode of warfare ot his antagonist, and
just as the monster stood ' erect the man
attempted to seise its neck, as be had done
many and many a time before, but grasp
ed the body too low, and before he had
tiuie to let it go, the head turned on itself
and the man was bitten I I was perfect
ly speechless, the scene bad frozen my
blood, aha the wild shriek of all those
around rent the air. The serpent wss
The lid was! loose aud crawling on the ground, but be-
order 10 ui
mimic. tied to
! a root i
the trne appears no
In paj ere, the ruin
throw in old rope,
fibre if therefor
pulverised ginger, bu
be of old
terated with cassia.
but it is not;
taste. It is sold e
prived of a portion
by distillation, and aft
ered and rubbed with Tl
into market. Thus iu
valuable properties, tbw
are dry and brittle
small punctures appe;
a great portion ot
1 fieri 11 rrtn. a-
r "aPi a
. A. th ginger
tenure, the genuine
y tha trace of the
itate this and give
the stuff put up
tors chop ap and
and lagging. A
s to be found in
sad to relate it may
a is largely ad ul-
h) is supposed by
the same thing,
a bark m much
leaves a bitter
V here for genuiue
ire frequeiuly de-
sheir essential oil
ie, are again rent
-S .IT - .A
am 01 iiieir Boost
feel light, and
on tlie surface
it is certain that
kind nf cement
powder of refuse n
ulent nuts are shipi
Baked Horse's Zitjf-Our statement
that horse s liver is us
of coffee has shocked
ers of delicate stomach
using the adulterant i
replied bis visitor;
"See here, my friend,'
ed tho Cbiet, "1 in not the person you
want to see ; the fool killer is outside ;"
and the man who bad sold the Chief left
the office. MUtan Chronicle.
Um I tor Cole, of
petition, which was
referred to the
to too com
mTttee on military affair, from Alexander!
m. xtenauay, oi nan r rancisco, agent or l j jj
acteof lil-aa, if
ADVICE TO THE MARRIED.
not benatb hur at
She leans to regard family
tbe Associated Veteran of Mexico on the iT.Z LT. . " " "TT
Pacific coast. The petitioner ask. (5on- ' . ""',,. WPf W the n-
gress to establish an aal
for the survivors of 1846, similar to the
.yluminCalifornia f. ?fUr! , k
V jM W . .L h''em boast of not know na how m
io, similar io utr. I nmra .
Soldiers' Home in this city, with the fund ;'Z7ru' .roa.,ue,n
....... . : o ------ - --j Mvai iv uaaw.
Zchokke, in one of hi teles, give
following excellent advice :
i In tbe first solitary hoar after the cere-
mony, take tbe bridegroom. and demand a
solemn vow of him and give him a vow in
return. Promise rack other, sacredly.
never, not even in jest, to wrangle with
each other never to bandy words or to
indulge in the least ill-humor merely to
tease, becomes earnest by practice. Mark
that 1 Next, promise each other sincere
ly and solemnly, never to keep a secret
from each other, under whatever pretext,
and whatever excuse it might be. You
must continually, and every moment, see
clearly into each other's bojom. Even
hen one of you has commuted a fault,
wait not an instant, but confess it. And
as you keep nothing from each other, so.
on the contrary, preserve the privacies of
your house, marriage state, mid heart,
from father, mother, sister, brother, au
and all the world. Von two, with (Jod's
help, build your own quiet world. Every
third or fourth one you draw into t with
were bred ladies, and
nee or leisure.
the Army A.vlum (tl 18,791.291, being W J
P" the residue of an assessment levied on the! r
On Making Winter Butter. When
city of Mexico tu 1847, in lieu of pillage,
by the commander-in-chief of the army.
Otherwise, to an amend thn law reo-nln- milkinr be sure vnnr lumrl. am' .ti
ling admission to the Soldiers' Home as train and place ia crocks In a cool
to place soldiers discharged at the close place in a good milk house. Son argue
of tho Mexican war oa tne footing long crock, are the beat, some thai shal
with those who have served successively low are the best although tk shallow
for twenty years. The proposition meets crock will raise cream tk quickest, they .
with favorable commendation from Gener- are not so good ; let them stand in tbe
T. Dent ; water until the cream is perfectly separat
it with a ed, then skim and put the cream into a
served in large cream crock, wbcie it ia allowed to
late war for the suppression nf the re- remain until it is perfectly soar.
hellion should be embraced in tbe project. Here we may notice that tbe tha crocks
The petition state that tbe several army land all vessels used should be scalded
asylum rands have accumulated to sever- every time before before they at layed
. a -in . e.a a al.av .e V a a
ai million ot dollars, ana tn withdrawal
of the ram asked for will not be a serious
inconvenience to tbe institutions support-
-r jfr' -arTar .r .... . .... .
eo iiiereny. . ai. mi.
al Horace Brooks and Gen. F.
and General Grant endorses
naliflcation that soldiers who
after using. In cold weather it is
limes needful to warm the soar cream be
fore churning, but it is seldom the case 2
freexing and scalding both spoils the
ream tor maaing good hunter, churn in
Secret History of Lincoln's Admin-
tstration. No administration of any Pres
ident of the United Slates has embraced
you will form a party and stand between such great and irai ortant event a that of
. V s -a Us ' . . a, ' sanest " ...f a. . J.j sf ka .
you two. 1 hat should never be. Jrro
mise this to each other. Remember tbe
vowlneh temptation. You will find
dmmm . WW . " a ana
youcrajnrt into it. xoiir sonts win
, as it were, to each other, and at
last will become as one. Ah, if many a
pair had, on their marriage day; known
thlsjmeret. haw many a marriage were
happier than, alas, they are 1
The Catftol Dome. The dome of the
capitol at Washington is the most ambi
tious structure in America. ItislOSieet
igher than the Washington Monument
Baltimore, b8 ieot higher tbaa that o
an up and down churn, which is nndonbtA
eoly tbe best cborn there is to be fenndSF
Mr. Lincoln. The secret history of his
administration, embracing the private in
terview and correspondence with the
prominent individuals of all parties and
professions, with rebel, and loyalist., with
men of the Booth; and of the North, wkhi
cy of conducting the war, would form a
-.a as a: i . , s . ... . an . . . a . " m.
volume ot intense interest, rjnen a work
has been undertaken by Ward H. Lamon,
who will soon have it ready for the press
No one, perhaps, waa nearer to Mr.
Lincoln or more familiar with his transac
f tions, from the time he left Springaekj to
( . ... . ii . .
ever aae sossdiag water, aa it rain that
butter, but give good elbow grease till t
nyrt f Hem j! Mh i-tfl wfj rI
Although in dairies of mora than one
or two cow a dog or horse power may ha
which saves a great deal of hard
Take out tho batter 1
land work out all the milk possible, then
emissaries of the rebellion, and lefsVgdd llUl" ""d l it sand until the
advocate of the "on to Richmond" poinWt morning, when it should be worked
over again, allowing no milk to remain ia
it. then your butter crock
eeme to Washington till the moment of
hi death, than wa Colonel Lamon. He
Wa hi trusted friend, and ever watchful
ii ice. damaged
doctored thus :
irnv.Twl Lv a
of oil, flour, and
s. These fraud
a an adulterant
,sny of our read-
Hunker Hill, and 23 feet higher than tbe
Trinity Church snire iu New York. It.
t. n 1 :.r. i.i .1 . r 1 i. l
IB me univ ;uuaiui?rauiu umm- ui nun in . . ... . , . ., , . . .
tho world: It is a vast hollow sphere of for.W P"?" fr?m L? j
i J, ll'. II aa 1 WW . ailllf 4
HUH. nniiiiipi tiyWfVw svssiuna uuw j
eli i. that t More than 4,000 ton., or
about the weight of 70,000 full grown
people; or about equal to 1,000 laden
coal can, which, holding four tons apiece,
would reach two mrics and a halt. Di
rectly over your head, is a figure in bronze,
"America," weighing lft,9$ pounds.
The pressure of the iron dome upon its
Familiar, also, with the leading
politicians in all parts of the country, be
was capable of appreciating the subjects
nf cnn.uitati-in between them and Mr
The "Secret History" which Colonel
Lamon is preparing for publication will
cOntaln much that 1. rich and rney. It
will be an exposition not only of what Mr
Lincoln said ana aid, bnt ot what was
rubbed with salt place tha batter in it,
packing as tight as possible, cover with a
tine piece of muslin, and covering with a
brine which is to be mad of salt aad
water. owe journal.
pisr. end pUlars J ponnda
ioiiarefoot. St. Peter', presses nearly ,d fertnaonwetwa
00 oa Am .U. . . .J OI tne poillician. now pniuinnn Kioni
r ttz: rr rz; prob.hiy mm
- : 3 a-J la- L... .I.a 2a
i. aii u.w. .1.. .w;fT,rr,rrr.7' " : zz
UUUIIUO i1' ousaaaiv ivuii tuv v o "
about 81,100.000. The new wings cost
about 6.500.000. Tho architect baa a
An outrageous incendiarism was, a few
plan for rebuilding th old central part of days fo, perpetrated on the premise of j
tbe capitol, and enlarging the nark, which Mrs. Ann Vernon, a widow lady of 8pr- J
England is do- will coat about 3,200,000. vm. W
tan burg, S. C.
A New Discretion of Cotton,'
activity of the Southern mind, particular
ly since tbe war, in the superhuman ef
forts made to overcome the trying obsta
cles which have stood in the way of th
prosperity of tbe people i set forth in
great strength, by tbe numerous .peci
men of new varieties of cotton, which
are constantly making their appearance
en the market, many of them being truly
remarkable for their superiority, both ia
staple and preparation. W. M. Lawtoa.
Kb., faster, Boy ot, M,JKkme
terday placed in our possession a sample
which can be seen at our office, of tares
ass of cotton, grown by K. V. Ivereon,
Esq., near Macon, Georgia, fro Braail
ian seed silk cotton. The fibre ia verv
oft and of a light creamy cast and ia used
ia France in th manufacture of silk
good. We .hall be pleased to show to
gentlemen engaged in this trade thi ele
gant specimen of tbe nbre.
be k lly 4
oroaafiy wRffli M