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VOL 1V ' SALISBURY V Cn AUGUST 13 Ifififl ' ' ... , -
.pn,r., 1 . I K1
f atroiiiso yowown InstrtntiH.
THK Exercise ,a th. loeord Female
"Lollege. Ht SUtMvillw. trill I... r... I
' - ... "- . ,a,,,eii IUQ
41 of .September next.
lioiird, fuel, washing. 0 per
I'ii i I i. ill in reiular eha..a. I,..,
-f5.f?ll -r mouth.
ruin ;J.."0 to
Mll.-IC, I MM-illtr. Piiinlimr A-..
. -,,......;. ext.
-derate rule ; payment half iu ndvauce
('MM III fiilll' inotlilm. ..,.. I I.... 0'1 1
'.M'tllir Pttilllin A-..
JurtiitT puit.oulars address
, ......... irv. j
I' I- Pi ii - I 11 I I
StntcsviHc, Jply 9 3m PtjaohJcnt.
University of N. Cacolina.
THK FALL SESSION of this Iustitntion
m ill coinmenee on ih.' intl, , , v August
. M s;';tuue. ti
uiory ai l . :,l UcirtlneuUi. aud a (Jen
MirM'IU iWlc lcndfM.y.
1 ajiii aa
I' ALL TKatal at this Krinor u-lll nnn
n ih.. nth ..r o....i i... j .. : e "
,"v 'l'"iwer, anil COUUIIUL' -iMc.-n :
Hi'l. v .........
Knpliah Dep't. 5 """""-V
1 4 1 ti f ..rm..i i ., i
n,2'rt,,'t;n, If 00)
Hoard in paid fiiiniliea at lVpcr liioilth '
One Imlfot the ala.ve charges ii required in I
t'..rf.irH...rr..rs..i. .ji . .
i..i -L w,!,V ""eaaiue nincipnts ;
NEXT SESSJON WILL COM
lueuueoii i,e Iii si Monday of Seiiieuuber. Th,
entire exfier.re ol Board aud Taiyou wi I be
from n.i to llo if pai, jn 0dvsu.:e. Each
tioar.ler wU Hu ineh her own lights and tow. ls
an.l aJo a pair of sheets anl pillow cases. For
circular address J. M CALDWRLL,
j ilv 2. Igf9 3m Green-bon,. N. C.
m ale and female.
THK SSVKNTll SKSSION w Ibu w
cnence on Ih. Dill of August next.
ClriH Engllnh, CltMnical, Mathe
Te:ns: Tuition from $5 t $10 fr session.
Board with the Pi incipal $0 ei month.
For itatlieiilar address (he principal at I I
Xon, Davie Co., N.C. ..'. . ,
H". J. ELLIS, Principal.
Pieaant Grove. VI. C, i
June 2-i, 1800. i 25 :tn
MliB.VMJVILLK, N. C.
Wm. BiBghaii, ftticfl litghin. W. B. Ljroeh.
Til K 8ESRJON of 1869-70 BEGINS
Agvggt 29th, aid continacs forty weeks.
-the emu w! Iii-truj.-uoii iiieludes ihv ordi
nal y Kiitfli-h t.ranct, tba in. ient Languages
Fn-iHti. Mailu iuatte-s, Rook-Keeptng. and the
lemenis of Natural Scumee.
Exireiis. , (including tuition, board, fuel.
le'ashiiig. books and clothing.) 30o.
Ciicula's sent on appli-alion.
J..e 1R ltfr.9. 24 Gvv
Mf 1 '
rr.xiw ACADBataT. The
r-t Session of this Academy will com
mence on ti e (irst Mon.tavin aoaw e....'k.
Hupiisean eater at aay Utue and tie charged from
TIms rses ..! tuition will bs sa follows: iron
tU.UUaad ttSUUO itertMsioD ui 5 months paysUf
at the end t every month.
No pains will he spared to give pupils a thorougli
trelnin, iu all the braachea usually taught Ins first
clsss Academy. ... . .
The Aradeiay ls located in s baaithy and moral
o.mnuuity iq f'laiiklin Township ftjur wiles from
ttlishnry. on tlas i-ew road to "ocksv ille,
. J . . . ...... r . ill.... f,,.mili...
Ito ir.J em oo naa in re.-jei iau:e ...ui..u- t
H dnltars nermo
finiith. 1.. H. KOIUS,
June W:tm.! 8m
ATIOUNEY AT LAW.
LEX I NO T0K -V. C.
ILL PRACTICE in the courts of David-
il.e. Hiiilford. Alamance and Ran
dolph counties ;
Ion. R. M. P.'ar s.Vi'tTJ. of N. C, Raleigh.
" E. G. Rea.le, Associate Justice,
" Thomas Settle, , " "
' It. P. Di., " '
' Bedfonl Urown. Yanceyville, N. C.
" Hon. John Kerr.
" i R. Mi l.- an. Greensboro", N. C.
" Ti.omas Unffi'i, Jr.. "
" J. M. Ulo.i I. Dobson, N C.
.la-marv 2!. IStW. 4
.IOII S. HEDKRH0f,
SALISBURY, N. C.
ii i - . .i... ..it,.,.. :
1 U III auenn proinpuy i" -v
-o m.I Claims lel.26-ly
a, , tt
DB. C. A. HENDERSON,
ilie fifwetiee of Medicine'
resfiectlitily offers h;s professional
r. ..... ,
M'liiccs 1 1
;ne pul.lic. .
0FFIt:E : The one late occupied by U bite
head A- llen.lerson. Calls may be L it ettfi
at Ins olB.v. or at Eniu-s' Drug Siore.
tfakslMTV. K--b i'i I MM. 6-(V
. . . . . .1 r
Dr I W. JONES. '
Ul. I. wf . vwi
I I AVIXU heated in
AVIXU heated n. Salisbury, mm
xa rr..tesioi,ai seniees w ' "-
,ne piiu:ic. vi-
ike n Council Street, oppj.Mie .cn ....u-
aud next door to the Law nc of Uoii. Burton
Craige. 9y ' lgw"- -
Fine New-Bugs V. A;. ply la
WILLIAM If BAII.FV,
. . uumysiij iiecinivii, m n,.
Opened. Kutire expenac. including board. 1
? t.. 10;). All the be4w&ts.f the Instil u
(inn are offered, tree. ,f charge, to a limited
number of residents iu tUe Slate. Apply ti)
the I' esi.fout. SOLOMON POOL.
A I 8 AICE PEARSON'S SCHOOL 1 7' if ' ?'.r Sul,erlor Conn, to be held Worth Carrion
iI will re open u Monday, .'ent. 1J. ri! ",r 1 ,e Co,in,y Rowan, at tiie Coun-liynse j Row Uocjsrr. i
lerui-. jper Mission. UUn and Frcndb ! . "ry, le lirU Hoftday m Semem- i Elixal'th JnkaK
.Cue I !. 1..I.. un oe 51 ' ber ll.'dCI llun 1.1,1 il,. .1 I i;.... n t
n, . , . ; I I"""". "Py ol wlich isserve.1 with this sum- I
I j'! J-P. WOT1! . h IranglaXaaginamr mon and let t hem lake nmi. e ii,-. ,r .1 The .Vorth Carolina Ore
o ' w si wajsujxo uiiuuiai y .
a the Superior Court
ll. nry W. Ltdhetter, Plaintiff; against DaraVI
VI llfli a : ill. -I..V,-., J . I ' . M
jt.i.itedl,MatKn .,1.t Darnel M. Bae ihe I Aihp flowed ami tne Nrt(,h Carolina
,7"" faH'llU" Vbv A,'K" "" C,mr' I DK C"ln. D.,'end.nt
til aid cmnry ut recover the iKM-eion of real
i'X: s ASUUnf KoHh Carina:
. iu inrmiiMin oeirm a re-
tdent of thu Srate, hax demrtea llicr. lr.in to
in voi.l the service of immmonj or keel him
w11 "hrein nriih a like intent; Ji i ..rdered,
i bat twrvice a aiimiiHMit be anade tiy itU(j a-
tiou in .he 'Old Norili Sute" once a week for
at least six weeks, oc-ceaair.-ly. DuijfyuiM (In -
aid Wendant W apfiear-befoi e rfTWl Sum-
nor Court at ihe.Kiii Umv in J'ioi , ,uu il
(ll Honiayaltnr aha Id almnlav ... AM,bj:"rn,'vf',ll"'(wn afld to mwnr
next, ibetiaiidtUarv. to anawer ihe complaint
ol the PI uitiff in the Wxx n. (. A ...L.
n'e Maiwm win take liiuViMeijt for the rebel
demauih'd 111 Ihexrannla.ni
Given unde.- uiy hand seal of sail Curt, this
iLU yaJT Ol Jiuy IKIin. I' ( WiBJO
i' ..j. 7. . "
-..cia superior Uourt lor
3( -Tw (pr fee J0 )
ty, . V.
Nye Hutchison & T. J. Sumner, PlaiotaTs,
Jnin J. I?. .... . TW ft
n. .unii. m. j. urown 4. is. jiji,
olin E. Brown. Win. Brown Z. B.
and Robert F. Hoke, Deltndatits.
r.lf OF NORTH CAROLINA.
the Shtrif of llowan County Meeting
Y r hereby commande.1 to mim,
John K It, ...... w i d. r ,. .
.. r.r . ."' ";wn. i. lat.reauu
nooen r. lloke, ll to be fou
Nrc HcyaiiBost 4c T.J. Senxsn, PiaiiitilTs.
Joutt E. Brows. William J. Ra ws. Zkoclow
iJ. VaNCX and RonXKT V. Moxx, Defendants,
h sppeating to the salislaction ol llie t'.Mirl,
by affidavit filed that the defendant Jous E
l!aov alave named, ia not a resi lent ol this
Xnu liiat Ins reriileticii is not known andean
not af'er due diligence be ascertained, and thai
after diw diligence he cannot be found in the
Sta'f tjiat a cause of action exists against bun
in favor ol said aUintifla, (la.- growndiol' wba h
niiear.by thaawotu cuiiiphunt (hat he is a
proper pa:ly lo (Jus action, and tha' ihe suni
,,.. oml I'ouinlaint herein were lile.1 in the
Sua?iwr Com i ol Rowan County on (be tti.
day ol Julv, 19
ORDERED. That the snn:mons lierein, a
,-opy ..I which appears above, seive.1 as to
li,e said Joint E Bnowa by publication ,, the
-ame in a newspaper styled "77i Oil Nurlh
Slate." publi-bed ill tbecity of Salisbuiy, once
in each week lor six weeks.
Witness, A. Judson Mason, Clerk of (he Su
perior Court ol' Rowan County, at office, in
Salisbury, the 28'h dav of July. 18C9-
A. JUDSON MASOal. C. S. C.
30 Gw fprfee8.)
Worth Carolina. ? Sr
Caldwell Countv. Spriiig Term.
Construction of Will
J. R. Wilsou, execu.or of James Blair, dee'd
W. A. White and wife, Nancy M. White.
Aviir St'lf4 Pmm, Arry Selena Isiiloiir.
by W. A. White, Guardinn. Beuimnin
Steele and wife Elisabeth Steeb, Jamei
Barnes, P.O. MeCrasjr and wife Martha
Mc'Jfnry. Emm. liawe bv 0 Y Drnee.
Guardian, Sarah Isabella Fortnef. by :f Ad
eline Portoer, James R. Barnes, by his
next frietid. V .
Iu this case it appearing t the satisfaction
of thn court that James Barnes, P. G. M
Craryand wife Martha McCrary, Emmn
Barnes by G. W- Barnes. Guardian, defend
ants in this rase are non-residents of this
State : Therefore ordered by the court, that
publication be made for six weekssuccessive
y iti the "Old North Mote," a newspaper
published in Salisbury. N. C, not! lying the
said defendants to be and appear at the next
term of onr Superior court t be held for the
......on ..f ('ui. lu .-11. at the court bouse in I.e-
noir. oii the 8lh Monday after tie3dMoiiJy
iu August next, theu and there to answer the
compla'nit of plaintiff filed in the clerk's of
fice, or judgmeut wil' be taken ex prtc as to
Witness R. R. Wakefield, clerk of our
, i .v a.k u I.. ,t't..r ih.. :li Miii.-
W.rth daralina. ) .Si'PF.Rl.iK Col'KT.
Caldw 11 County. , Spring lerm. lt?t.
Ja ob N. Harshaw, J
.lames H. Collett. 1 s
f n t hi. eaa it is made to annear to thft
, , , .
, siitlstaClii.H 01 tlie noun inw me unci.....,.
. . . . ' . . . . 1 . I. . . 1 ..f. . . . . 1 . .1 ,
ii r...n.... -.--..I Ur.,..n the limits
ud in wen Conn-
.in . in-1 mii . v lil Hi .'lint i.rir.u.. . i. . 1 1 -
I - - . . Hi'inj. wiun- i 1 1 . hi. .
j.i.j u . :ov . . ' "tic luwuan u,e com- .in, tseceuseu, 1 laiill
" opr ten isserve.1 with (Ins sum. I aOAlMT
j uion, and ht tbein lake notice, (hat if tliey rnp v"r,n Carolinn Ore Uressinirfomnanr De 1 1 " """"" more or less stroug
fail to answer said complaint duruiy the neat I0"1'""'' . scmmons 'y impregnated with alum, and probably,
term. Hie plemtifTs will apJy to the Ju.le ol 1 "I' a'inir upon aft-mvit Hrat t'ae defend "l"'r ""lUenU iilunam, wbwb has'j. I
saj.l uourt lw the leliel demanded in the con- ! J"' " " ,"rt lX, wipwalion, and there is no of. mleivd mw of thwr vrulen aerricesible
plaint. Herein fad not, aud luweyou Uien and 1 ""'?. ' sal(l coip..ration to bo found f" l'.r" ulltieted Wtb tte variM illsgria
there ihis Writ. j limits of tiiW ii.tc : It is ordered ' ,w " unhenhliT state ..f ffce digvu.
Given i,Jer m v hand and tjie seal of the V'Rt '",,w 1)6 " " 'Old North orf1,"i- How Jotngtbia lias been the ew
said Cou.t,atfidisburr iin-24th day ..'July . """"W ruf notifying uncertain. From li3 to 1430. while
A. D., ISd'J. A. JUDSON MASON I defendant b an.l sppearbefore the Judge ol ! J4"" " Minister of the Episcopal Church
Cleik ol the Superior Court for Rowar Colinty wxt .s"ne,,or Court to Ih? held for die )n tt plnee. I do not low recollect f bar
Duplicate of this summona issued io Bun-' ?",,n,.v ' Bown at the Court I (raise .in Sah- in nw,rd "f ,u" ter within less t baa
CTf-r'.-ilrWkA'' ": n- V .'v. - I ,M,rf. r?-Abr.it-h Amt. ma'., ...- - i :"!:wnJ1,,jrJ,fnH-t-1i;ie,i ev.rrVam-T.rr...o
al it 111 19 1 1 " '1 t--' - j " " - . "
J the State: It is therefore ordered by the I in this Sia.e. elating to real properly situate
court that publication be made in the -Old i-. this Stale, it is therefore ordered that pub
Kurth State " a newspain-r published in Sal- ' hcation be made tor six week in The OW
i'sburv. N. C. for six wcWsncttessively. no- ! A'nrf StU" newspaper no.ilymg the defend
' . - .. , , . .1.... t... 1 j . ... 1,, m...r hrfisH the Ju lee ol our nexi
tin nig tn-tleleimaui inai ne oe uuu nj.rr. .,... w -ri . , ,,, .. ., ,.1
1 next term of our Superior Curt Superior C-mit to be held lor the t.mty of
, ine srai wm i ..- ... .i.u t V..,.i lloime in Salisbury on the
Un iw held for the H'nn,y "",WJ V ' Z
r,irt house in euoir on uie ou j.uuwj
m e .. .. . ... TT
Alrllbt IleXt. ten mid mere hi p-eau au.
...j,,,.. r judgment pro ccufmuo UI be
; iUe aitainst hinu .' . ...
Wituess.lt. It- tvanenem. eiera i ur
aaid court t bfljee the 81 h Mouday after the
3d Muday iu March 18fJ9.
B. B. WAEEFHvLD, q. C
ylw-W J fc 9) '
.... w .... ... . . 1 1 , r
LEG A L NOTICES,
Moca r . Holm.'-. Reuben J. nrlm , Vi.len
liae V.ign v Kohrnim Mminoy, B. B. Ri)b
erla and D. A. Davi. PlainlilT.
! T A"' Mu-e and the Vonn Carol
- "'Mifc' UiMMpany Ureerinir.
! w1"""'"" ," -n or,'''r lro,n "on. John
i of,iw 8" J'bcil litii t ol
' if S,, hereby commanded li re-
1 workini'' - iu "jr manner iisiiijf
" rrW HiH pnipnty aa'dWrrmerl In
J ,,l,?,!lff'"",nPl,i". rr by Jtwialiw or
, !TjTi, J,",pc -"f ,Mlr a"P' Co.irt m ,!,.
f5omt House m ft.lii.bnrv. ihe 2ih H..
: 1 "p ,"" ''
n ny (lie iii)inicli..ii ball i.oi eontiuued till
jwVmeni I c rendered in tins union:
And it appearing la tb. aabaotin of the
court that alter due dilijreiue the defendant
cannot he found within the Stj.t-, hut that ,e
fen.buKa are non residents of 1 1, h Slate, it i
nrilered by I be. i-onrl fhet errH'e of rhl order
tor in) .iii-i inn he mi
weeks ''l 'he !'
OoarniMitiri'j '. j
lin.e mid .. , .
Shi W . -e V ,i
jrriin'.r.l nil iti,- j id
d- bv ixil.lieaiion foi
-J appear at (be
then and i here to
i'lon hall no! u.
:mei t b
rendered in ll i
' Given im.ler mv hand and seal of fai.l court
I ll,,s 30 C'J. .
CVcri Suiter ior Court for ftou-oa Count u
31 Cm-m lee t'l 1 7
AAwiuisttatorof Win. JCQ.
...;.l .........I ilnnixr in- term ol said court
eif.i'i i.,i ... ..... ...
the plaintiff" will Jake judi:ient sfinat deremt
ant a.-.h'liianded in said sail
Given under mv hand artrHeal of said conn
Ibis JOiii day of July. A. D. 1PC9.
A. JUDSON MASON.
Clerk Superior Court for Hovtati County.
31 C (pr. lee .)
Worth C are Han
Si pi: kj ou Cot'UT.
Spring Teitn, lds.
Elictlwlh A. Esies,
lamea If Pollett.
In il.u ii is nixile to annear to the sat
Ufa. lion ol the court that f he defendant 4aue
II. ColleM resides beyond the limits of this
Stale: It is therefore ordered by thexonrtlhiH
pul.hcaiion be made in the "O'.i North Stale,"
a newspaWr published in Bahsbuiy, N C, for
-ix w el s snco'Ssively. tioiilyiug the uVfeiidaiH
ll III lie b.' and appear t tlu) lleXt tesOl of OUI
SiiiH-rior Court to be belu l-r Hie county
.4 Caldwell at the UOMT1 lion- in
noir, on the 8ih Monday nltif ihe 3d Monday
III August pex!, then and there to plead, an
swer or ilemur, or judgment pro coofesao will
be taken against him.
WiieePs. IL R. Wakefiield. c'.eilf of our said
court at ollj. e. the 8il Monday alter the 3.1
Monday in Mandi. 1809.
R. R. WAKEFIELD, o s. c.
Worth Carolina, I Sc,PKloB-,Cot'HTLo
Caldwell C .uuty. Spring Term, lr9
Michael Span i hour, use of "1
Kbsubeth A.. Estes,
James II Collett, j
In i his case it ia made to appear to tha sat
isfaction ol the maul that James H. Collett re
sides beyo.id the limits ui the State.; It is tiiere
fotw-oedornd'ba'ine' ntwirl ,tbnt-.lJiHiliw I.
made iu-tlui ''OULUvrtli $Hr". , t ffW1
..iJtl.t in Sui.sl.iuv. X. C for six week
iniVMi- - . . i- .
succeisi e'y, notilying the defei'dant that net,
and appear at the next term ol oi.r Btmenur
Court to be held lot the county of Cald
well at the Court Hottse in Lenoir on tin
8ib Mntiday after the 3d Monday in August,
next, then and thereto jrl.'S'l. aiwwer, or de
mur. e Jirlgtuent pro'wnlejaw will bo taken
against him. . '
Witnes- It Ii Wak-fiel l, cleik of onr Saul
eonrt at offi e (Ih 8-h ilonuav after Uie 3d
MoudayXu March UiGO
X R. R W AKEKKLD.V o.
L'. .vi. a v I -tiTttTV
St I'l.RMR Cl CRT.
Moses L. Holmes, Relitien J. Holmes, Ephraun
Mauiiey. Valentine Mauney, B. B. Robert. -aud
D. A. Davis, Plaintiffs.
Amos Hows', and the North Carolina Ote
Dressing Comtmny. Defendants. '
Summon to the Defendants.
It appearing to my satislaction upon the affi
davit nT iWe ltaitil iff that ttie Defendant Amos
i Howe is a non-resident of the tflale ana lliai
! the North Car.ina Ore Dressing Company is a
j loreign corporation, liaviug its principal office
j of business beyond the limits fi ibis State ; and
' it tui ibei appearing that acsnseot action ex
I its against the deh-ndantt in respect to whom
il. ...m. ii tnhm itiailw' and after due dili
gence the defendants areVit to be found with
1 111 the State, ali'l that Il.e cause 01 action aros.
1 ...v .
. ZriZZAtu Oent. Uwnm there
-wc- - ... . n . ..mm, ,
'.yIi.i ol tba Plaintiffs, or
, " . . lur . ' wluj aeiaan
! J"dg-'nent wtll be granted lor the teiiei ueinan
I Given uri.hr niv hand and seat of said Court
.Ll. Oii.l, J Smim A I).. 18Sn.
A. JUDSON MASON.
Cferk Superio- Oourt for Rowan County.
30-w (pr fee $10 ,
I p 3 --a J Jmf
PVHuamta weorxr nr
wx nv. ati
hum ov m.bkbim...
NK I bar, pav-tble iii udvann..
1 Copies to one address t
10 Copies to one. ddrtiM .""..
Hate of AdMkVtiMlnq.
On Square. 6rt Inserrion ,
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-v .nun i h him i lufrrili y .
Hneeial n.if i ill I-, A..i'n .
"sg" viu uioe riiLes.
ii i ii I. ..I- I ' i . .
Xunrt h.uI J4istiee's0i4w wrtlbe pol.lish
wJ at die uuM.ntan with atkr ,r.i
Obituary notice, orr ix lines chara-e.1
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LINCOLKTON. If. C.. A FL'TURE WA
For several years past it has been known
to some of its citizens, that several of the
I -"t " '.. .iier wiiiiiu li
I :::::wnrfiSM,,RH-i'h!ia ever-rvaaiueu
I ... ..I f. . I. .. !
of auy particular value until whiiih me w
few week wheu I was iudueedto try a wtl
which proved to be mueli more strongly im
pregnated than any I had before tasted. The
effect ou me was very prompt and very de
rided ; precisely the same us that of the
R.M'kJr'.lge Ahjin Water in Virginia. On
lheg-Mh Jui- I ut " Liiicdiitoii feel
ing fur more than C"iiimouly indisposed
My tongue was furred, uud nearly as white
as common paper, aiid my mouth so pa relied
that I found it difficult to sustain an ordinary
aouversatiou. Aftjend, to whsMii I WHseak
ing of riiy feverish uucoinfortable coudition.
t.dd me of this water ; but as I hud fre
quently tried that from other wells without
any erceptiblc benefit, I bad little faith iu
it imwer of relieving ine. However, atte.
I a time, consented to try It. and t y snr-
I prise found it so much stronger than auy I
I bad before tast.-d, that I could hardly Iw-
lieve it was from the same vmiuiiy. I it me
it appeared nearly, if uot quite, as strung
as the Rockbridge water, but iu flavor re
sembiiug more nearly that of the Bath
Alum Spring iu Bath county, Va. The ef
feet "ii me. however, waa exactly tha same
as that of the Rockbridge alwas has lusen.
In less thau twenty-hour, my tougue re
sumed frs natural oouditiou. the salivary
glands began to act freely, and all feverish,
uucoinfortable feel ngs were gone. A dis
t ess'mg irritation 'exfd paiufulueaa iu the re
giou ..of the kidneys hud j-bw left me ; but
whether this were attributed to tne use in
the water, I cannot say. as I did not uot
nerceive any appreciably effect on the urin
ary organs during my stay. But I remain
ed only two anna nan uays; nu, -ory
does her office, it hniT always taken the
Kockbiiuge water inai toug w '""' "j
.i....;.i...i um.f iinon me in that narticular re
" : . " . - -I. ..- i
spect. let those waters nave aiwav '",
to me so beneficial in that wpert weU
as others, that wheu unable friun any cnmie
U go to them. 1 have nau inein seni w me.
I . . . , m , .. .i.l m ...
aud invarmniy iouuu mun o.
same favorable resulu. Shimld the Lincoln
wilier uruvo - -
will Ih a blesatug for which I ennuot be too
I am induced to make this statement and
to put my name to it. fioin a sincere desire
to contribute to the public good. Some oth
er sufferer may hud relief at Lincolnton.
While there the but Mum. I heard of one
per on who had been relieved of some long
andint', cutaneous affectionfrom the use of
the water, and of some visitors who bad be
come strongly pursuaded of lis mineral val
ue. My own impression is that it is of very
considerable value, aud eerUiuly worthy of
a trial by all jiersous suffering iu way
siinilaj to myself.
Lincolutou is a small Shutdown the seat
justice for) Lincoln county of about 1.000
... -am i.,l.l.it:uits. situated on the Char-
..- . eona v etnenctous nereaiter, u
L.,i ..ini Rutherford Railroad, tt is eleva
In.fposiiiou. in au unduhiting. airy AdH
U in piMMiiou, a o
i i.i.r.,l reirinii as suv east ot the Ulu
lirniium, T . i , .-
Ridge, aud is teinarkable for the quiet in
dintry ol its people, who, aa n wbidn. ore
a reoued and intell.gent as those of any
other town iu the State of equal population
There is, no place iu North Candiua where
a child, or female, cmld be sent to school
with greater safety to its moral, religious
ami tntdeftual trHiuiug. The ach ad ot
Miss M-'W,' Alexander, for girls, is as yet
small, but in bauds sj able aud expeiieuoetl.
will doubtksss aama beTartiie Urger ; that of
Judue Brevard, also all rearts. with happy
results ; while the new school, for boys, ou
.... .t... ,.i,r ..f Rev-. Mr. Wet more and
l'r..f. Smith, late ot unapei ntii, 10
ojH-ned ou the 13th inst . oilers inducement. "Xallv unwound ike string un
to parents pot ,dieu to be met with in our t JZi&wd. u Now hob!, tbe
country villages. Mr. W is a gentleman I fc wd -irhp;" cried slw and the
,.e ......hie character aud deportineut, ' -i kud u. will, for Tom and
areat moral ud religiems wort .. and well
nualified both bv natural tafeut and euuco-
t I 1 .1 aniL..aa . .f at (Mil.
tional advantage tor tne posmou .-1 ,.-.u-
Hit yuo. Mr. BIDIW m w-au
ably known ptfbrk aslaie IVoftamr
F Uniruages at Chaiel Hill, where
lit. . : I Li i m .
huiw uiinnen ror many vears with
entire satisfaction to the patrons af the Uni-
vereity. I iiresiime ihvn. U fmaat al lawaaaaaala "...
our usual course, of edueatlou. preiaratory
to College course, iu aahu h these gentle
meu are uot qualilied to riva full and aeeur
ata iustrtirtk.u t while the well-know ehar-
aetnr i if ...,. i im - I. .. .
I ..HI . , - " "unii iceiiueiiian, muv
ST 7. P1"1 'n1 thiuK will be omit
at uotbluir will be ou.lt
lent i , all '
T,?, I . rftTtrtT
ting with thai ruoulng
heville at Jiu-kor U-
" a ucement in all
""in WTiai fOjf best II
A Railroad aunuecti
from Salisbury to Ash.
Hon. if uot already in iiraMa ut
ou mm Uitcidnton, u ill be iu a wry b.,ii
. t raan a nuanii
so that ( In-
lilsnr1 h til 1..11. iu. ., ji
Should (lie in nurut 'i. .
i. i --" "WTii prove asemcaei-
i 7"" r" "r may ana who can
roresee what uew fountains of health may
n revualed aa new wells are ..i.e.,. .1 in
tinier power l
es ailing r.,r miles . n the western siaV. where
Ik ". '."fk tL CntawU iiasses
within a half houre' walk iu main street,
aud we have other reasons why it can scar
cely fail to become 1 1. aat of a nuinen.ua
aud valuable population. At present, inva
lids may And infortabhj guaiters at he
Kistler. Proprietress, on vwir .M..rl..r,.f..
I el 1 1 1 s V Cl u' .........
...en rami, near Slierrlll s Kor.l
CsUbaCo.. K. C, Jal nth, tew'i.f
A TH KILLING ADVENTURE
ThcfrdJowing UiriUbv kfeh Is from an En
glish Magasine :
" Father will have done the great ebimner to
night, wont he mother r said little Tommie
h-liffi "k'lkk",0od wlitiBf bis f-tber-s
weakfast, which he carried to him at bis work
"ile said that be Ul .11 .1... ua
WOUIU be down to-nnrbt." . J .k. .Lr i
- -. - K nu i iu we scanoiding
lown to night," answered the mother,
HI be a fine skht; for I neve, like
and that wi
for tanker in
Bk. tamo, but I'll go and seek him, and help
Tom glW MM,t ""e dwnijpiil
"And then," continui-d the niother, 'it all
goes on right we are to have a frolic to-morrow ;
ami ITO ill the Mllnt ... I... I- .
cl m neaVTOn?r'nVwrpnfg .6, am, tneuan-
niw.iul .11 il... A-.. ... , i , .
gerous work he was engaged In ; ana men uer
heart sought Im sure refuge, ami she prayed to
(iod to protect and bless her treasure.
j-i i: .1.. . I wiv In Ills
loin, Willi a iign. m....w. ." .
father, and leaving him his breakfast, went to
I.i own work, srhicli was at some distance. In
(he evening, ou his way heme, he went around
to see how his latner was geuing on.
i..,.w ll.,u ...I tha lather, and a number of
other gentlemen, bad been building one of ttMe
lofty chimneys, whlcn, in our-greei aaa uiw.r
ing towns, almost supply the' place of other ar
chitectural beauty. The chimney was one of
the highest and most tapering thai had ever been
erected and as Tom shaded his eye- from the
i....,;..., ,.r tlu- oi.ii sun. looked up in
scandi of Ills lather, bis heart almost sank with
in him at the appalling neigm. i ne w-ai.oiu
was almost down, the men at the bottom were
ma ving the last beams and pole. Tom's father
stuod alone at the top.
lie then looked around to see that everything
was right, and then waving his hat in the air,
the men below, answering him with a loud cheer.
Httle Tom shouting as load as any of them. As
their voice died away, however, thev heard a
different sound, a cry from above. "The rotte,
,l- " Tl, men looked around and colled
npon the ground, lay the cepc which U-t -a- th. L
scaOblding was rcwoveo, snouiw ia mw '"
tened to the chimney for Tom's father to come
down by ! The ssanblding bad been taken down
.i.linni r...,i..iiiln rini' to lake the rone un. Thev
all knew it was impossible to throw the rope up
1 1. U JJM.I ..i,,,n,rh In re:. ell the ton
of the chironev, or if it could it would hardly Ik'
safe. They stood in silent dismay, unable to
rive any help or think of any means of safety.
And Tom's lather. He walked round and
round the little circle, and the dixxy height
seemed more and more fearful, and the solid
earth further from him. In the sudden panic,
he lost hi presence of mind, and his senses fail
ed him. He shut hi eyes and felt as if the next
moment he most be dashed to piece on the
ground below. ' VZLT
The day passed as industriously as usual with
Tom's niother at home. 8be was always busily
employed for her husband in some way or other,
and to day, ah bad been at work harder than
usual getting ready lor ine nouuay
She had just finished her arrangements, and her
thoughts were sneniiy manning " ion un
happy home, and all these blessings of life, when
Tom ran in.
ii:. - . wliit a ashes, and he could
hurdlv set his words out : ' Mother ! mother !
he can re it get down."
wi... tbv father T asked the mother.
" Jhey have forgotten to leave the rope,'' nn-
1 T,.m aitll .,.,,r..,.v able to sneak.
' mm . U .......... 1 .... I,rr, ,r rn.-k and
A lie iuuiuu . "r 1 - v '
stood for a moment as if paralized, then pressing
her hands over her face, as if to shuK ut the ter
rible picture and breathing a prayer to Ood for
I... I., .ii.. null put out of the hoitse.
When she reached tlie place where her hus
timA ... .1 wnrtr a rmvrt eathered around the
foot of the ohimney, and stood quite helpless,
aud razing up with faces full of sorrow, 4
" Fie aav he'll throw himself down."
" Thee munna do that, lad," cried the wife
with a.-lear hopeful voice I "thee munna do that
WaRnMt. Tattnrftwys-neWngj MlafM
J . ,h thretul with a bit ol
ravel it and let it down "the thread with a bit of
niorter. JJot thou hear roe, Jem T
The man made a sign of assent ; for it seemed
as if be could not speak mid taking off hit
Mocking, unraveled the worsted yarn, row after
row. The people stood around in breathless si
lence and suspense, wondering what Tom's rmrth
er conld be thinking of; and wkv ahe sent him
ill such haste, for the carpenter'. baU of twine.
" Let down one of tha thread with a stone, and
keep fast hold of the other." cried she to her
husband. The Rule (bread came waving down
the tell chimnev, blown hither and thither bv
the wind, lail it reached Uie ouisirew-neu """
were waiting focjt. Tom held the ball of
i iiir, in tv mk Hivui-i
, ZZTT .. .i,, h hu-
hi. otner had fastened ajhuk rope to it
"li . ,il
watawn ugns -
XheT wstobed it gradunUv and snrwiy nncou
A J L. -..ru naa rtr Mm ( 1 lit-
: Irnfa v grouno,
uuiii.i.b. . . . L .
ST. , - ui iiinauiiauia it is
not ii ii I nkely that I hi, may yrt IwcHua one
of our most i.nportant and flourishing in
land towns. Add to iheaetheinaMiifusturiiig
priM-l vitk-s f ks present industrious ckixens;
HHU tllae laklinafw. ..... .a
I Tlin kiii lui I... Ti , , I """""""""SH?
rashnlDeooH left. It had reached
"OgOffJ thank Oodr exclaim
fo SI... I.i. I k... I J- : ii
,., , m) li.1V
rr, an.1 ircuiOluurlv rekiKii Tl. I-
it Hbould iie uiiax.1 o .ii .
wonld her husbaiuj be able to make iwebf it?
ujo ink ine tenor of il..- int hour w
unnerved t.un an to jireven him fsam takiiiir
: - i nr mi. wieiv r nne did jkm
! w hint HlielU
I rtmJ?,,, w9 f bar roi
I tiad nlM him wirh-an
ruor , and ix.uve.ved to hi.,. ajZ
Wth iu mk1 which notbu.sr ever
. n ..."laiw iwcr lew wor.iH
nad exercnied over dim Hh-AiA l.. .i .
me mnKicai inniiciioe ylndn tier uw
strenath that tbe imiimI of bar nossa aaaailmaii.l
1 1 1 . j i . . . :.
i as it the iitib
hope of I i (c once
aunic (Hirtiiwi of that
T tTi 7 . "ol""'!t .vcr ietr..ve.i or
- "'tj i rjim
aa ana waiitat tt,m
uxp an iihiu , fc down.
t)h, mv nbul, uhvari
She Hftert her beai m f JtV..r ...i ..f.'i
in.ai uutiuieUd wit
.... ... 1 .1 ' v. a
t neatTtowaTTor hrtpeanrf tre
ii.al.in. ul k..
WWa MWKI U
. 9 . . ' iiu'iniiii, nnil
hit neon turned to uou and rested ou Him as
on a rock.
i Jrhe?.T. 9rcal ",,ou. "H!a aafc, mother,
, litfle Tom.
about h. Bni Muid iriH
the strong arm of her bnsb.no ha1 not kebl fcer
dHijoy alter -ich .rea, fear had overcome her.
,l T.1 ft TU"r ,eiln thjahoulder," said
Hie faUier, "aud we will mke her home."' And
in the happy haw tliey iired thanks to God
for his gnt anodnes.. and their bannv lit.-
l jl "learer suu Holier ,lor the ia?ril it
had been in, 0nd the uearoesa of the danger had
ratiiurbt them iiT.i,. i :...i .. . l ...j
0 ...hi me itomaav next
day was it not indeed a thanksgiving day.
CP IN A BALL003T.
Koyaae of tie Hyperion from Bjfofo to At Atte
yhaHfi Mountain 7'vo Itipt tato site Erie
Thirty Mik an Hour above the CtoueUA be
sr. n umony ike Trees-Alt Night on a Iliyh
Hooet.i Happy Min-rnnee,
- '""ki me uaillsill livner.nn mm-
On the 5iL justaot the Balloon Hyperion as-
ceuded at Buflalo. casrvW un (,,..'........ k';n-
and four m-ni I.. . nfrt.. .. .
, ' ".'" "r 1
a"J four gentlemen of thejweas, one of
ter in UnWerearf Athertuer. oas
SS-!5 count of the r
'IT. Slit. r amiiiul aiL. ..In C
" nit- 11 I. ill, III
hickwc condense the follo-rinznarrative. The
ascent was made at 4:15 P. M At is clve min
ntcs to S the drag-rope fell into Lake Ewe, caus
ing a serious loss, as there were but twelve bags
of ballast on bo ird. The narrator couluiq. .
.wiw t-e mm me ys, -TT
there would be 1.0 danr, a we aouiu q.nc.,
rise again. He lntr.eted att to rvw-p he rVm
tirmlv to step upon the wlgesof Uie basket when
wo rt'mek, and la? careftd mt to l thrown ont
bv the shock. A If tins w is uttereu 111 u'",
. I II...... C Lr I ha. .uli-r The hImK'K WO
unite violent, but wc maintained our uosition,
and nothing serious followed. The Ulom 1 of
the basket sank but a low mew
water, on whidi it skimmeil for somethmg like
a hundred feet. A port" he provision-
were )ked. and our overcoats anu iceigoi wr.
iv.-re .sojkisi. iui.i . " . , ,
small .iiisntitv of ballast was discliarged, and ;
we i:iin arose. ' ' "
. . , ,
The vovajers mauo auouicr .n-,,..., ........
minute later, but immediately arose to an atti
tude of two mires, travelling at the rate of thirty
miles an hour. At twenty minute to six they
passeil over the village of Eden, and shouts
1 1 t)ui t eome down, and
. .1 .1 ... . t . t ..... 1 1
were iieiii.. 1 -- - - . .
agreeing to funiUh tlwm with a conveyance back
now -WE COME.
uun a " , . " "
Hirinir determined, savs the writer to accept ,
the kind invitation extended by the people oi
1 !..:...l. ...mll I,-- ti... tieotde ol
Eden, Professor King suffered Hie ualltam 10 tie- i
scend grtHlnallv, aud at twenty five minutes to V
wc came close to the earth in anoat-field belong-
i, i Ilnti'hison. one mile ami a i
on; iu ..... .'. - r .... , . ,
quarter east of Wen village. Ihe amhor was j
let eo, tint dr.iggeu uikiii uie Kr"'"" "v !
. i ... . . , ', . .1.1 ul,, i, nnp of i
had passen imo mi mijuinin, .;..., .. -- ---,i.
mn who bad eiune af er us threw himself
upon it and the Hyperion was brought to a stand
After a sufficient number ot men had taacn
... , . . i i. .. ... ...... i il.e liiilhwin trom
noill oi me iras.o w , -,
ascending, l'rofcssor King gave permission to
those uf lus passengers wno wisnco iu gw
and reu h their legs to do so ; which wo did.
ftera pleasant chat of fifteen MUSnwnnrain
the command was given to re-enibaik. We bade
our friends good bve, and soared away amid ex
preauonsof good will and hearty clieers, which
wc Tduly reciprocated.
away wn oo.
1 ....Knn .III, ar.Ml Wi' HOOll reached an at-
I io. in . a amp,.,' " ww".
titude of a mile, and while drifting about we ate
our suppers and chatted pleasantly. iww
minutes past we struck a current of colder air,
and traveled southerly, at a distance of -n doxeii
miles from the lake shore, as we were told by
Professor King, although to the untravelled bal
loonist it appeared but across n conple of held
The vovagers now wished to descend, but dar
ed not on account of the prevalence of the for
ests in the iHiuntrv over which they were sailing.
At last all their ballast gave out, and tlie bottom
boards of the car were taken out ami split and
thrown over as occasion required. At last they
came to a part of the country where they thought
a landing mighf be attempted, and they 'prepar
ed to descend accordingly.
CRASUISU THaoCGll T0F. TBEE-TOFS.
w.. ...,i.i tm.wr .li.ioi, iK see trees, soinarcntlv
.it i.,. , . , . , . .. ...... . i:
iu front and on either side of us, and here again
Professor KingcouuseUed us; . . -
"Hold fa to the roties of the bakct, but be
careful to keep yotir hand out of the way of the
ancbor-rope, or" you may get bnuiches of the
tree, lest they hurl you ttnxn tne naawa. .
en. lest uiev nun i inuu .
rhc wanting eunt- iu time, and every man
irrasped tlie ropes anu urarvu imu" "- ine uiupii.tti .' , 7 j
schoTk On drove the balloon like an enraged mv tUit a latml of thirty rtgulator' nmde an
monster over tbe tree, with stron? basket xunck on the bouse of one ot the House party
With iron e'asped and with iron bimnd-' in Casey, and shot and killed tbrt-e men am one
itn iron e.aapeu . woman. Th is the tame gang hmk ha been
crashing through the tops and ten nng a was great j . Awkwn. Mercer and other oun-
ll l.ylli in its rushing course ! Hie raW was V T9' ffT. f iUU is u7be sent to the
awful, Imt though the basket creaked and l'"v-, oJtlbl.. "f
ered not a wah.- was severed, not a strand wji ; "W-" 01 lr"""' .. ,y . . - -ereu,
noi T(j, liM ?eizurcs reported Tnesday at the
THtioron THK Jtmtrr. internal Revenue Itaraui i inditdtSmWW
wotth of niaiiilfaetured UloccCs sciatfl by the
The anchor caught at la4 u,ou a lf 1 , JLZ lht, ,,ui AlalMitrict.
o'clock, anil a soon as it, wan asrtamed hal , n seixurea i.UJeorgiaana
: u ,. .. iii:, U- ei, e . ihe momentous ' 111,1 - 7. , V .1"
- , - . ... it,i.-ii . tve
j TSZJOIZuTZmlk 2 The Tree" lielow.
HN the Mim , out we Knew ,
far t was to the ground, or wuai wa- ueueain a 1 1 " u 1 T u.
as ' Never at a h tlte teron-mt "directed that , government have been seoxeol by Marshal llar
all the string and rope which we could find be i low on the gromid that he bnlievtd that they
nut togeriieT snd an attempt made-to- get amwaV., wm mudd to U used agauvO. Peru. . Ifepn
ham The two flags wer.- tied to theinds of two 1 ties have been -ent to Orcwipoint to scia. ,u
T.il .ven feet ea.h in leiurlh. iue I for ' remaining tificn rtmovoU there. The Marsha
flas staffs, and to these were added whatever
w!5Sabfe in the ahape of cord, ami the trial
1 0 bottom!
mmmm' - , ...
HO GET IXWW
Attother cause f apprvhenairai waa that ihs
.. i balloon acaii
-'"v" -"Hill riiK- aiirjiiL' mesLiaht snddrii
I ,fo,cT to P,u,ltu b;w letting tlie
ii., " . uuriTc me
tauloon aaautuu aun.ie.of!.. li..lu .....
e It. tHiiii-tiiM. it ttinu !..:.... .i w .
- n Mini; ine g:
grrcd that if tile wind did
id iwrf blow
hare ' . T "
-- .. Ull .
we might coutinise aiiHiM-ndetl
(...,. ...... -1 - l a . . .
III our baaki.1
w. .-v-i ni ii, nve ii-ei nix.
Ivt' li'et Ml V Miirl .1.-.. V... J
. 7 i ira ueeil
in sjiletv unii nuiniuii. .1...,. .i, :.
. . . i, nun careen
ed to an aiio-lf. ..t i t.n. .i
.urain. we -Uk. If2T3 "''
urain, we might remove all the soja bi',t four'
by which the basket was attached to XJ." hrnm
te M KHfetlier and let oneaaan kwer him-cTf
Ijy hand and go ui search of heliv Ah but all
auu I Z1 T rw,.' h th,e Kn,,M,; A w UiS, TnJ
.i :.i " .r, "iien lmi i,...,.i ....
! fcet iu lamrth, as measured npoi
npon the arm' aai
.. . lilt' 4JIII tlftf '
.rth7r "rr,w M,,rt "r assistance !
t . i Gooa : Alluaetiu r. m ., j. ,.
4 What xxt? Vfhr. tfmi
,,. i V,,. 1 " u vour
I . ""' iiiiiioiio-o-o-oh.'" But onlr
J echo onswemd, ''Oh-o-o-oh r 7
I Kaauxc a night or rr
Again what? Make the best of it f Th.,'.
I d Grimen the piv whfb 'lbIy
, Light," and so an ad mfeL X. a w H 7
1 to that ,rwtion ol uE2EniLem if P
Kin faVored wM XSSi thereTb
and fJern.an opcras-if we mav LZ Zit
I for it. and we would mkriuJfar eZ?
I but a decent and be,n,in tC'ZX
I comoels iJu ulmLyir,,, .i!!?f T? . truth
. . . .... , lyjiH-rior lrj(
I rofessor may he as an leronaut, a. a singist be
1.1 ui.ii nowc
' "vi . aa 'm "
A long jieriod of impatience followed, but tha
night came to mi end at last.
ivu ..E. Moa nHEAKS.
m had become suffitiently light to dis-
r. -IT T7r uu"v'' "w btneoth as
plainly, we found that we were hanging .bout
sixty feet from the ground ; that U:ert' were olh-
Ze?e2? W ; ini""''Jv under the
basket there was nothing but small bushes, and
and that ttie surface was lcveJ. QnvQ tm
we h ul nothing Ian our own effbru to rehr tn
011 for our release. Professor King decided to
seend to Uie ground. Not knowing the amount
of lifting or reawingforce left in the balloon, we
proceeded to lighten the basket bv thrown,
overboard everyihing it containcd-and coflte
can. hasfcets ol provisions tanA a
iuickly upon tne ground. ' wm
Btitling a smaller rope which had been fas
tened to the basket and a limb of the lrabn
to lessen tli r.. - . - 'i.r-"
The party landed at Rinnia, warren connty,
Pa and aflar saVvere jaunt over bad road in a
springlwsa waguM tbrtMigb a country infested with
rattlesnakes, reach! Buflalo more fatigued than
From tlie !' ... (U.) Democrat Jane 11,
SWINDLING ON A LARGE SCALE.
a cutinvoYTT's wsFnuatOE game.
Almnt two vcars ao an old gentleman, once a
1 :olr. mil man mil known il ien of
r ... . ft .
. vv. -1 P. . r
tniaintnncc 01 a wonnm, u uuhi.u..... ...
citv. lie being a spiritualist, the woman had
great influence over him, awl finally induced
him to mnrry her, iu order to get .sessioti of
his wealth, amounting to about u00tt. She
and her colleague, whom she represented to the
old man as Jier brother, at once comaienecd to
carrv lota execution their well-laid plans for ob-
t lining the money.
, . ... 1 1... m iri-i.tm enrvminv was ner-
t rm,A rha time started to Peoria on a brn al
. ...1 t.il il... ....... .1 ill
...... uh'ii.. on the wav. the oid man was
dnigged to such au extent as to render hint half
insane. It seems that tlie latter had raised and
educated an orphan girkl. Tlie cbildiah old
man, rendered foolish through the influence of
the administered drug, was induced to believe
the storv that tlie girl had made afhduvU that
.he had' been seduced by her adopted father, and
that officers of tbe law were upon the track to
arrest the criminal. '
The dupe's fortune was principally in cash ana
government and railroad bond. A portion of
this he had with him, and the rest was deposited
at different place in the East. To save his pro
pertv and Ins person, as soon as Ihe paryawTtr
ed in Peoria, the former was transferren to l lie.
the wife, and the old man retired ton little town
a short, distance across Uie river, wliere lie re
mained some week a an invalid, to avoid de
tection. Not hearing lam bis friends in Peoria
he finally came oxer to the city, but could not
find them, ffcamecting something wrong, bo
I. n 4Vna. In where ileTMttOfJi of moneV
and bunds had been made, and discovered that
the .entire amount had been collected and that
the bird had flow: .
After bout two vcars, and quite recently, the
old man learned tliat his false wife liad returned
to Peoria. He cnine hither and found that such
Wa t he case, but baa not asy et been able to get any
satisfaction r.igirhg the hst treasure. He has
knowledge f the woman's living here, and ha
fretiuentlv called at her house near the Fourth
Ward adiool house, tin Jefferson street, but has
not been able to sec dr gain an interview with
her. . . ' I
Wc understand that legal proceedings are
alxiut to lie instituted bv the swindled old man,
who is left nearly penniless, with a hojw oi wm
iwrerixw a tsirtion of his lost fortune, but a to
what success will attend the intervention of tec
court, we are nblc to say nothing. 7
t.l..,;.l f li-irl.- Sir tr:.rt. faniilinrlv knon a
. V'lliili 'i v-sasaa.v 1
" Ohl Ironsides," reached the age of 91 oti the
l!kh of Julv. While his mind is as cfeair and
vigorous aa ever, and his general health ood,t
i. 1-om.rte.l ibat he is suffering from what is sup-
- -1 - , i , -
i p-tsl to I a cancer of the longue. J
, . lls. wliisKcv imo looai-eo, uie vaiuauon
at imp iroiery reported being not less fhiui$o0,-
. . .L w,..l..l ..Ui. .. 1., tv.lV I .nn I.
ha also despai. lie. orm er to Mystic, ,onn., 1
seise the Mag add., mnal guulKaU. U ng nUo