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f - - - - i I jr l mi aaii la a . -
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. "'J- . a... ..Cora lixllur tllAli I (llli. Welch
$25,000 Wort of GOOD?! Ihl l iilU Ul ...mL-. te2.ITr,t
Mil I ill II II 111 hl.ttyr and ImWrii I. ,i I ' , ' i i .... ,u.. .. . i,..t
I ml I If IJ ill U 1 1 M aj men-oi-war cuwrsu ur, auc .
na ua am i a i aniiar mil ! in i . jruBi . i .n
IB ! , 11": . .7: .KMte. deaernaaMa Copies to out) mwk IT'-" I - - - law i il i.kW
iii, ii ' aaa waa "'?"El3am5i5? I v "TtHM 'MF '
. of goodi ttrofindto tliit mwkat P- u t M j-" On Square, .Trst iuMPWS..T7. fl.OO
tOsWlIwP5.,WeeWPAST I, and alter r l-aUI notice will beff harircdl mm
X II 1" 1 MgneT VUn me atmv iif w.
fl I I P H ! i Orl I I fin Court ami .lucre's Oirfl.-rt
cesa. m a a a a v
PHILLIPS & BROTHERS,
TH'O DOORS ABOVE THE
Court House, ob BSaia troct,
UBTVJRif THKIK THAKKft TUB
p.ibl'fdrlthe vere Jl atrojK t-n
iov.Ml l.v rhrtfe .lurinp fht .rr. l
W Wr dilin mmI -Uict atttioll to WMJ
s to inerli a oiiitiuuauc. if not au ujcrea- oi U
Wo will i nnlimif in tcriuj-mmmgnjM r
KVJiHV I: I L 1 V -
WHISKEYS, BR A ND
BOOTS SHOC8, DOMESTICS,
in fact, altnoxl oven lliini! ixmilly knjii in i xn
ri.lv Hturc, allnf which w ill sell low for
Cash, or Country Produce at tbu bigb-
usL niarkol price.
They Imi offer for wilo on private torm, an
'EXVELLEST hfYELUSti HOUSE with
mTorfaTTIi' nooniH, Conk mid Pining;
Bamua, with-ueceiMary out buildinca. Attached
to the dwelling is o Htore room fi'ct wide by
70 foet deep, w ith dun Smith Shop in the
rear. The lot on which xuid buildingx aro-itu
atiul u Tu by 'M fect, uud ull'orda un excellent
Partieii wiidiinp to purchase will please call
nt the Klore where the urcmiiteii will be xhown
to th in by ouc of the tirin, and (crum iimde
M-c. PUILLll'S & BH0T1IKKS.
JLST ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK I
1 a I A mm Mltat It fit
you i eianipie or cxciuaiTcac, to
nnd blmno tlicm u luey mro ccioit
wilL pretty tbarp ting in it.
Now I concede that the path of duty
i rery rough when it takes this direc
tion Nn niAticr if vou are Drearher, it it
" r : : . - . ...j.: j
.Ltpa diopod their flag, telling ua of their hard, very hard to para congcniaiuiea mmm
Kood wi.haa for a nale and pleaaant pas- Iriondahips all down to a dead
,ge home. Umt in one hour we were persona and thinga th you feel neither
farina death aa onlr Aineiicans can
Wiue with them, the contented to do to.
She put the glaei to her Hps, and at that
intlant a loud thunder clap waa heard.
She dropped the glaaa and again began
crying. (It may be remembered that
about a week ago a heavy thuader alorm
passed over our city.)
The young lady, soon after this singu
lar occurrence, retired lor the evening,
Aixlii trm") ' 1
kT UrHtorlM fto
Ii bad harness, -ltd rownoj eWrrnunt to Uke ,,p to meet ber lorer, ""T wm 10
tiuk-1 the preacher's cross I Connidee ka- C J " 1 . j
a heavy defRoe in prieea, whereby they cad
and w ill be sold lower than any the mar
Kel). 1H. 1870.
THE ADVANTAGES WE ENJOY
as the result of a long established
and successful business, enables us to
offer inducements that makes this an
nouncement worthy of
mportintr cur foreign goods direct,
controlling many leading styles of
American fabrics, "employing the best ,
artistic talent in the production of our '
goods, a,nd " constant progress our
motto, we claim to lead the market in
of which we keep full lines of til
grades, for Men and Boys.
h CUSTOM WORK
our products are unsurpassed for qgal
ity, workmanship and elegance.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
our stock is constantly large and sea
sonable. We are the sole manufac
turers of the
A t Ilowrtou't,
A LARGE SUPPLY of Paruliue, Wax aud
Sjurm Candle, just received
A large and Fresh mipjdv of Candies, NuU
and Fruits just received and for sale
At 1 1 'mm -ton's.
A lanre bt of Canned ToomUaw, Urema Corn,
Peaches, Pine Apples, Salmon, Lobster, Oys
ter and Sardine for sale
Just Received, a large lot of Goshen Cheese,
of superior quality ,
A large lot of Kreh Family Groceries of v
ery description, jusi received
A ucw suuuly of that superior-seveu-year-old
Keiitiickv-tVheal-Whiskey, for mediciual pur
poses only, just received and for sale
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods of every de
scription aud variety At JJowerUtn'$.
An elegant assoituicnt of Loots and Shoes
A splendid assortment of Huts and Cfs
An assorted lot of Har 1 ware and Culb iy.
A very npertor "16C of'Queetiswaiie, Chinl'
an d IJc ; f At in wrrtoii I.
All grades of Sujjar, Cvffee, Tea and Molas
ses At Howtrton.
A Choice lot of Confectioneries
Fine and Common Tobacco, iuiportl Ha
vnnna, Kegalia, Frmcipe and U.S. Grant Ci
gars At Howerton't.
A complete assortment of Liquors of all
kinds and grades At fowertoiV
For Medicinal pnrpoM's only Moore'a eele
bjatci sevcii-v -ear-old double-rectified-Ken
tucky - W b ik ey perl eel ly pu re,
Kvery variety of rwneee"
which we aupply both ready-made and
to order. '
Prices uniformly low.
Gentlemen visiting New-York are re
quested to call and have their meas
ures recorded upon our books.
System of Self-Measurement and
Tn fin hit itock lias been selected
great care to meet EVEltY WANT.
Iff- Call and examino it it will not ootl
you anything to do that Bui Don't Ash
r& COUNTRY PRODUCE of 9
iTescrii'tioH taken in exctmnr
..-fS-Bank Note? and Specie taken at
llighi st Mai kel Kates,
IS COKD1 ALLY IMVITBD U Um
' H.sd.rsea CsuBlT lentneky Land Sale "
GRAND PRIZE SCHEME
r i irpi i II IR I I tRI l I v ihm L-toUtart of
Ketilitrkv, nd m ti4 rtcuntntided by vr 14V-
JI t uftcUl In th Mate, and upward, of dUO uf btr bmI
511 PRIZES, $314,320!
ComprTtlo( tbe r'ctn it rtvr boltoMI totarc farmt In iht
wt " count of Urtnteroon Ky , wiib mil Ulr aj puite-
' a ' a,
CAPITAL 1MUZE $1.10,000!
SMALLEST PBIZE, $80!
tll, ihmit S-.in 1MLI.ARM IN ' . IU f It K - Win.
ihr tntlrt rant nionty of ttieproprrty for th yeara l.
, i i;.t. .-r' a il I.- .11 ir .m. I t.. h- BtoBeri of iht
flrit arvrn priava rait ectlvrly. Ken' of Ihr farm! f'.r
JMI. am lalr Jol'ari p. i rr and II l ronHlaiitljr -pecUti
Uiat Ibrf will equal or lurpait ll-ii fiffun for lTu.
TICKETS FIVE DOLLAItS.
ri(.l Drwln, Jtinc fth, lTw, l MASONIC TMirM
LOl'V MK. Ijr. Id, i., (. .la of 4 ur bri cliUcba, bare
itTen UDtjuaHnrd p-rtiftcatri sod rodormrntw of Mi
r vrrj d lUr Inrnt d by HckH bl tn, Id In trail
y the commlMlon' n tppoltteH by thr I rrfalaturo, uctll
Iht Jrmwing laket piece and j.riire arr deli vert d,
Id order to hare your tloketi j r -per y r-jrglerM, buy
at once f vorr nearest dub aicent, ur rr mil t y Est reae
(pri-pald.) Draft, Y. O uibey order. or rri'tred leiter.to
Tthrr of the follow I mr fl -ncial atfetita who vi I furaiali
f I rtracrl ti e dcotn ;
L II. LYC, CaiVr farmrre Bank, Heodwraon Ky.
K II l ANDKIE, Ooinnirrc'al Bank, Loulav lit. Ky
J )HN' C LATHAM. PreeMcnt Pnk. Uonk.itaellle, Wtj.
JTH t IfALLAM. CumtnffrctAl stank, ndattti, Ky
B. . THOM a, Ca-li.Ol i. and Rep ter, Lexlnrton, Ky.
W. B. 1 VI KK, Caahler Dt-poWt ' . OweAal) r-, Ky
Uod Cluh Ayciiif wantetl everywira
i will k. nuMlsk!
'6urt and JuatieVii O
ed at the $tnne rates w
Obituary notteee, over six Hues! charged
as aevert isemeute.
i! t? f a? ! S5
ii K i i
mm U -f : i
1 r r i
her duty throucTi the var j wat tiuk- the mearfeer's crass T Consider ..-. C
ing, and eTery one knew that ntt-ant ' finitely more your Divine Master Buffered
death. Through all uiv eipeiiencc dur from human ttnperfeeOoa around Him.
lug the war I aaw nothing to compare The same halting and stumbling of
with it. Hut I cannot write more my poor, frail, ugly human nature is here
heart is too full. (Shall I ever get, over still. And it will surely bring factions,
itf is what I ask myself. bickerings, pulling backs, kicking in the
-January 29. Nothing lias been heard I harness, and all sorts of uncharitable say
Irom the ship or of its crew ; ne doubt-i inga and doings into your Church, ii you
Hie test have gone down to the depth of keep up this show of partiality
K.vrjrahera, Haloatcu, Far
lutri aud of ara to a H a NKW
A RT1C1.K In me dataand. four Hundrrd D Han r ati.
by oar Aiut h Brit raot lh. Addr.ai OKO. McSATH
lli )N 1 CO., NaaltyiUt, Tinn., or W. U. SBATON 4 CO.
Sew Orl. a .. La.
for Pur. W.t.r,
durable and rMa-
Sl.l final to IB.
a . ..lold-laahionad
wuodaa r It aod
.,!!. thanh.lt th.
.. la aaaaaraCtiaB to tlOipl.
that aaf see aw mm) N sp saa
..p it la r.p.ir.
thi mt m eHurtst ruer eew
ana dip. Rum amo' th and makes fine wrlllnr
At W. XI. Bower toil's,
SALISBURY, X. C.
November, 5, 1869. 44 6m
-V DEVLIN & CO.
c mjkiowa btaow iiwiis r
Warsaw for F'avetteville dailv
Advantages of Life In
surance. The North America Insurance Tompatiy pay" Itn
nreiuiums iiroinptlv without cliarpe,
V. II, HtiLOKKNKSS, Agent,
Xtirth America Life Ilia. Co.
Taoharvillk, N. ( .
Dear Sir. Tou will please nre.pt mrm
wre thank- h.r your prompt pajuieut, irifm.f
ekarm, of the amount ol the policy ot lnmir
ance on inv Umhiind' bile, amounting to the
jiumof three thou and dollar-. At your ear
nent and repeated, solicitation he was induced
(w inanwj ia vnur i'unipuny , audi nifWJOl ATOM
reeipentx nt' its beuclilH. i
To vou mid the North America Life Insur
anco Compaiivwe fhitll feel under ohligtttioiWi
such a- onlv the widow aud !atjierle?s citnleel
M:n von luivt; neces in iimiienif:
in nr in vour ino--t
the Lord of the widow and orpham
anl-ni:iier I'oU I!! vonr Itooil vv
Maroarbt c. luaaaa
bless y oir
ol Kowau Alius, r. v.
lorle,. K., .ffierieTEaarrjKuoTt
oaj-.s aTT i' s hisses lu-t.mulr.
L,AlUaUflttjtu Mr. Htddernenn. i
Thomasville, N. C will receive proiniit atteii-
Spring i Summer Importation
1 8 7 0.
It I it K O IV S .
i.a, ea th
recommend il hy all ualng lhll. Only ce la p.-r aa.
Two Minpli: pa a for 10 tenia. Ad Jrna K. Bk OBB31 ,
8.y where you a.w this adT.rtlMm.n.
Grand Raffle and Sale or
Baal Estat. and Personal Property at
0AS8VILLE, Ga. Jnne lt. 1870.
Property Valued nt fM,0f 0 Rafled at f'tf.OOO.
oxi.tsi ri:n chance;
Thla propwy earn ill In rt of . (eneral aiairtmenl
nl in rrh.tinl!', va'utii it -v"1 'toiia iwrnniu
-.4 (ntw,) 1 W0Uoll'i S wrlllug In bk. nl hi-.pne-iiiant.
a I new, 1,0011 In hn ra I. ; ln t( Ku nltu e 1 00f
ilalla : 4it buahel. f corn lott akeka flour, tl.tKni . mLdi
bacon. SI kit. nUe "I town. Imrare, enaa, a. .4'
T .la r pi r'y, ami nthi r pro ti l) i "l I cluttail. a 'al
lied at Foiu-uj irTtiuuiand Unllars.U to l raflltsl fur
at TwentT-flT. Thoiuand Dollar. reryeh.nce.ortl k
el warratitei and Kuariilnel a prat: valttnl 'r tn 1 dull .r
up to 100, to KI, to s.i0 dulara: N" II ' k Twelve
ilia ntrpa rd m'U alll rorducl the Raffle, and aee lht
r arli a d eeery I lie, ah t er pr.' nl ar mil w II hae an
eiial ur (air ah allot. Kacli aK nt a II te Infurui d uf Hit
result uf ihe Kjflk' n at iy alter it un ea off Refrr to
Ufht-e i of U.rluw comity, .nl rl iani4 of Cuaatr I e. Lib
eral par ran oo.-d aneula. A.enta wanted In eeery
Ctiualy and Stale, tuclme laup Oril.ra fur .11 Tick
et and all couiDJUDlcaiinpa must ne addre-aed to
I . Q HMITH A CO.,
Mana In. Ajrenta, Carlle. fla.
"fOMESrMELYAIN A CO.
Ho. 6 KAIPEN LANK. HEW Y0KK. ,.
GUNS, FINE CUTLERY,
DIHJOOISTS' St JNDHIKS,
M1LITAKY AKi FANCY GOODS.
sole ACEMTa roa
Wea'tlty Bichard'f Broach Load ng Fowling
liecjs Eloy. Cartridge, for B. t. Gun..
wads, caps, ac
O.nrral Ann a for Ih. 0
T. S. uCARrRlliflE CO," I.UWIU,, MA8.
i Ma ur.u tiir, rl of all klBwStf
at rr a I i.i (7 caiii I'.IU'.FS roil I'.IFLffS. PISTOLS, A.
1 Square. i.VI:i75 5(KI H ,Vt L-)(kl
2 Stiuarea. 4 50 (! 8 50 CJ IKI 'A.IHI
aSmiarea. ' C 00 1100 12 00 '-'(Mitt .lf(Nl
4 Squarea. 8 00 II IK) 15 00 ,'.' Hl ri7'rn
1 Column. II 01) hi 00 20 00 .'VMM) 4.'i.ko
i Column. Iri 00 24 00 .'Hi (Ml l."MMl 75.(Mt
I Cduiiin. 28 00 40 00 50lMlrtll-l l.'tO.tKI-, ducting
T11E LOSS OF THE ONEIDA.
TOKILLIXO ACCOUNT OK THE MS ARTKU
B V ONE WHO WENT DOWN WITH i It E
SHIP MIBAGc IVS EeU. At K.
I'rora the Buattdi Tranxrrip:, March M.J
We are eraiiUed,te cofy tin following
iatereotiiifr extraels from a letter to ln
aiaUr Lf Mr W. W. Crowniiuliield, the
clerk of Clatatu Williams, uf the United
State atesjber Oneida. The l Iter was
written without any view to poblicatinn,
but the dlfep interest in t he in! ject makes
it of special importance :
Tokahoma, Japan, January SC
the sea. Some peices of the wreck have
been seen along the shore, and among
then an empty trunk of mine which waa
stowed away, lioaia have been looking
out and are still doing so for any bodies
which may come to the surface.
The ship' name that ran into us is the
Iloiubny. The captaiu is having an in
vestigation, both as regards the collision
and his conduct in leaving us. It will
go hard with him. for had lie stopped and
lowered his Louts he could have saved
in u 1 v nil on board. Our milliliter is con
the case on behalf of the living
dead, and the case is Strong a
' gainst the Hri(ih.
January 31. The investi'lion drags
slowly altin. I. ist evening they found
the nhip, and have marked the spot. The
end. of the masts are visible some foot
, or iwo at low water. Xo bodies have
In en i ..mi. 1 yet ; but it is hardly time for
any to appear, the water and weather be
ing so cold. In a day or two we shall
have the melancholy duty of identifying
all Japanese fishermen have o-a
, under penalty of death, to tring all
cts saved to Yokohoma.
IN TALK TO A PREACHES.
heaven, 1 am one
grf wiur "Mi
two hours our rood vessel was at the L.-t-
torn, having Dcen run inro oj un r.itriin
"Jt hiat SlappHn the Cincinnati Tiawa
res the follow ii
iniii is tens of the Goapcl :
J - 1 I..- iI.a AlAaiina v .... 1 1 1 ti t rn.An til
, - - , iw-i 1 .1 1 BLIP UIV ivuvn.uii . .
The Oneida is no more ! km, 1 thank 9 . v. ' , ,
pastoral visits Yon had mush rather
take rour neonle as vou like, than aa th.n-
steamer belonging to the Pjuinsuhi and appear toeome.
OrieuUl Company. AU areirowned but For the rest of the time, you prefer to
Dr. Shuddards, Mi. iates,tie thjatswam, I pulj your ministerial head into itslkell
6fty-twe men, and myselt. i My t -scape j and incubato ort dreary paliitudes, and
waa almost miraculous, sue umu uir-giuterinr eeneralltifs relative to Oritrinal
:.. i.:.. i lis . , . . . . . . ...
Only start a very little ball of this kind
at the beginning of a year, precisely as
yeu are now starting it, and I will war
rant it to roll down upon you a perfect
avalanche of poison-tongiiea gossips, liars
and slanderers before its close.
Would it not be better for you to sit
down and take a cool, quiet account nf
stock before goiug any further 1 I think
the collision 1 was asleep in
the transom, at about ten m
in in the evening. The st
us near the fore part of
found myself on the floor, j
from being stunned, and
eves 1 saw the whole
and all exposed to the
tea to sev
sterft'.is cut off
sta:fht. I had
Mohammed was a little above the me
dium statnre, strongly but sparejy built,
with broad shoulders and a slight stoop ;
his hair was black, and his prqme clus
tered over his ears ; his beard and mom
tache of the same color, the latter luimi
riant, reaching half way down his chest;
his forehead large with a prominent rein,
which swelled when angry ; his complex
ion fair, eyes large, black, piercing ;
blood-shot, and restless ; his teeth, white
and well formed, stood apart ; bis walk
so rapid that others needed to run to keep
pace with him ; and his gate like that of
a man striding down hill.
He was simple in all hia apparel ; nev
er wore silk but once, and then threw it
aside in disgust, saying it was no fit dress
foramen. His common attire was cot
ton, striped with white and red. IJkfijtU
aVraba Ik, ha' w insii 'Tlir rinifnrt A
ul of burnt tilling, with a palm-tree
C - alar I ai TT "
According to arrangement, she was np
very early next morning and started for
Bloomington. After she had bid the
folks good bye, it seems that one of er
lady friends fell asleep again, as it was
earlier than the usual hour for getting up,
and on awaking, seemed te be much
frightened, and said she had had a very
strange dream. On being asked what it
was, she said she had dreamed that Miss
M a lovor was dead, and that she
saw him in the coffin. It seemed so nat
ural to her that she would not believe
Dtlte i w i ee.
On the following day they were all
much surprised to hear that the young
man was really dead. He had received
a stroke on the head while assisting in
taking some furniture from a wagon. He
died but a few hours before hia intended
wile reached him.
I hav- H r1HV TT.oln . .1 LJ-
CO.. 801 I
I ty of New t ork
TdlUf Melvai u Co
r-P"ltt'd M rra.
nery and Straw Goods,
w an , -17
cAtc naritawior r uyeueville dally cx
-L. eeul .Sunday. Il'vim are in Western V
Carolina )fo to Kaleiph"and procure a through
ticket to KayuUcville for$H( Tliromfli Ticket,
from fitdtlslioro' via Warsaw, to Fayettcville,,
fffrThroujrh tieketn from WeMnn to Faretti -ville
)l). Trronjrh tickets from Wilmington,
via narsaw, 10 ravcnevillc.fi). A DMCTDOWr r a T-rt pi
chaklottg To TTAiEsi)oko: Arim3 J nijniu, CAT0R & Co.
Ieave ChaVlotte after traius from Raleigh 1 ,'"Saa or
and Colnmhia, vU kuaroo, fur Wadesburo' Bonnet Jrimmings tf Velvet Ribbons
tuesaay, i nursuay. ami Saturday Iw-ave Wa- Bonnets Bail.. . ,
desbort.', Tuesday, Tbursdav, anSaiurl.tv.f- j onnet. atin8 and Velvets,
ter arrival of trains and Stgtifr..m Wiliniini(,n. j Btwl, ettt, Uraptt, HMn, Fkmtn PealUrt
1 I ' I I I 7 ' , 1 . -.. . .. . . '
De.krjran nl.tXn them nf
... full i-uarant, .e.:fJ
f...re.old .h,',ntm. ' HBMavi bMafekSLf
Philadelphia, Aue. U. lST. " ewsfja.
Tomes, Melvain & Co., '
"y-E AOENTP, 6 MAIOBN I.AM, ai w
1 . I! c a i . I .
sense enoujjn to cnum ttu.ii toe stern
over the spar deck, aud i k down into
the cabin to see if Cap' ain lilliaius was
there, but could not fee bin- I seized a
cap within reach aud pm inn with the
strap under my chin. I Id on a thick
suit, overcoat and beets, wen I to tin
ijuarter deck, met Paymnei- Tullock,
and inquired licw the disaer happened.
I met Captain Williams antolii him how
serious the damage was. was going
on the bridge. I spoke i one er two
more i fficare, and fiiidingthe .ship was
.-inking, I went into the tain rigging,
and in five minutes our gtl ship com
menced Ifiking rapidly, was ten feel
ah. ive the rail. lien si: Ii til sunk so
as to BOrVe Hi water ru!i T k- fVeletj
myself as far away ipm be snip as
Sin, Adam, the land of Nod, or the chil
dren of Israel, and batch sermons.
Suppose you hnd a regiment of raw re
cruits. Do you flatter yourself that tou
could ever make those recruits regulars
by coming oat before them once a week
iiitl cnmmieeraliag Job on the soreness of
his boils f '!igL
Vou need to keep down nearer to tho
p.uclieal every -day spiritual wants of
your people -tego into a thorough week
day, as well ns Sunday, woik among
The best time to drill is not always on
' Raiti. Not only are your visits few
and lar between, but I notice that in ma
king the few -you do, yon often run the
iiskof Lit iking your in ck over a poor
hi other in your haste lo get to the gate !
j of a rich one.
You seek the society of those who have I
I more pride than oietv.
. And yet yon know veiv w
leny is the nursciy of your religion that
! nine-tenths of tin Chi istian warmth and
Still, he was in some things of extreme
ly delicate and sensitive table, as in the
use of perfumes, and distaste for unpleas
At Medina he once cent back a dish
of mutton flavored with oni ns, saying it
Was not agreeable with his angel. He
never travelled without toothpicks, and
antimony for his eyes. lie listed well in
conversation, and in shaking hands was
never the first to withdraw his own.
He was not, like the' Arabs in treneral,
passionately fond of sports and games,
and in all things most unlike the heroic
ideal of Arable character:
He was born at the city of Mecca, A
I). 571, from which place he Hed to Me-
J:. . net '111 ! i
aiua, .liny id, ox. i ins niglit gave
rise to the epock in chronology called the
Hegira, which in Arabic denotes to flee
or quit one's country or fiiends. '
The creed ef M thaunned was planned
in a eave near Mecca. A Persian Jew,
well versed in history and the kaws, and
two Christians, were his assistants. One
of ihe latter was of tho Jacobite, and the
other of the NeMorian sect. With this
help he framed the Koran, which he pre
tended to receive from the angel Gabriel,
. ..... .1. i.- i a "i i . i
v iiuei. i u mo rvoreisn imic, wircll lie
Terrific Cat and Rat Story. Tat fol
lowing was given to me by a farmer liv
ing near Peru, as a veritable truth, to the
best of his ability. He was silting in his
barn silently engaged in mending au old
harness, when he observed hia favorite Tom
cat cautiously approaching an opening be
tween two barrels. Tom squatted near
the point of ebserva'ion, his tail moving
with majestic slowness, his ears sat for
ward inquiringly, while his body glided
nearer to the opening. Suddenly he shot
forward like a black bolt of lightning, aud
as quickly back again, bringing with hira
a huge rat. The rat struggled violently
and sq sealed terribly, but Tom laughed,
his long black tail proudly perpendicular.
Tom laughed before he was out of the
woods, for the terrible screams of his vic
tim called a 'whole regiment of rats to the
reeeae. They rushed in upon Tom from
every point of the compass, two swift and
too numerous to be counted. Tom waa
I ai.i tit ietl not nt ma iliacrel ion anil aprunff
1 three feet from the floor, with a rat hold
ing to each hind leg, and the re-t eager
for him to come down. He came down,
of course, and then began a most fearful
struggle. Tom swore terribly (in cat lat
in,) and furious fell his blows. The rata
fought in silence, - except when Tom's
sharp teeth met under the backbone of
some luckless wretch. Tom was loeiiir?
ground ; the pressure was too great for
him ; he was down, two or three clinging
to him, had a dozen at his throat, and rats
swarming all over him. At this critisal
moment au Amazon cat, with her two
grown kittens, leaped from tho hay-mow
and pitched in for Tom. This timely re
inforcement soon ended the struggle. Tom
limped away, bleeding freely, but the dead
and dying victims of his prowess we
no Jess than thirteen, besides the wonnded
mat escaped no prisoners takenr4
A Radical Sketch of Butler. The
I Inladelphia Inquirer Radical) thus pho-
t.i-w-ea ..1.. la a. T I . .1 It m
ft -A 11,,1'a...
. "., Bla.n Unit,
. V " w nreieara W . Ill .... l,..
nd llolla.a for an mL l. u,.. "' pPy ne
.air: ." i'l-? '"i" M'n
COI. .Qd It II t .rl.,.1. eaaaJVL '..T: " . '
til h a
n I . We n an .1 fr.7 . .'aZM " 1 w,' '
I" - or . comii It Inn frnn,
Head of Chatham Kail lioad to JouestiiW
V. daily exn.pt rfuu.in.i-.
Leave head of '.'hatham Kail Itoad after ar
rival of train from Ualeigli.
Leave JtmesUuri after arrival of train from
CUmmon Accommodation Lin
Hetweeft Salem anil Hiph IMint, will charter
Stapes at all fiiMim "Cheaper than tho Cheap-t-
Otliet) at Uutmrs II. .tel. balem, N C.
E. T. CLLMMO.N'S,
Oct. 1; 18C3 If Contractor.
Sffffi of Fore Bred rancy Ponltry
WE have op hand Ihe. larpMt and Itestselat-t.'nn t
ranry fouiiry to r inuntl in the country. Hue
ya.Li.oo '"nan anil "'lrl aoanypwt of thecouu
tp. rorciretjiars and peicc vl.lt. ,
DM-eaai r.rkeaturg, (.iat.Wr eo. , P..
hnnnu-ntt. ST HA M' lU.WI.Tv A
r a i. it-.-. .j s. u
JIA IS, trimmed aud, utdrimmfd
SHAKER BOOSS, eVe.
237 AfD 239 r. i n moii jr. stkklt,
.-P-!''.:1 :u" to h found in thi.
. u.....e.,iK,ii.d in . tioice rarietr and caaamea.
ctHnnrMag the l.tnM pariuhtn noteltip. -CMa,,M"
I'. r nifinth lul
.-an hfllltH. Ad 'r.rm Nlri'i ill u a A.. "SSI
BO-T -N. MASS.. or ' T. 1.0 HIS, MO BVtUi, f.,
C'.tl TIO.M Beware of all Af-nle a.i.- u , ,
M oar., .e-Uie, rftow a Cer.ifle.a7 , ' """.T
ew n w . tii.t.i at hold outlv- S .
vorahta. Mh ne. .old b, aih r ' 'Zi n' L'
-nte all n.rllet Ml Ini ar ij, . V ' k. '' P "'
. . .inner Ull nmm
1 I vitality ol vonr ohiirt-h i. iir its noor
. . ... . . . . r .
J o be sure the rich give yott building
room aud imiv exnenaes he' vonr oor
ay nothing of softer all, are your capital, your stock in
Vonr best Christians have nearly al
ways come as miner get the virgin gold
out of the shovellings.
I giant that Lazarus is not as neat and
clean outwardly, or as richly dressed as
Dives, and that it is very easy to over
look the former, if you only aarc to see
thi cutter. '
But your main purpose should be to
keep vitality in your chinch, and lead the
world, to see that your retigien is genuine
and that suck plain, palpable ignoring
ot the teachings of yotir divine Master is
not well calculated to do.
I tin I notice that veu have favor-
s among even the few that yoa visit,)
acted as bravely as IKs always dene, j and that some of these are bisters.
lie would not leave bBst on the Wamam Pardon me if 1 talk pretty plainly
could, but the verteEteaaeVaaW down.
and it was a long tiraarerc came to the
surfaee. When I did iw nothing of
the lp, hut many heils Jove water.
I paw one of our boal lies by roe, aud
had just strengLh enogb reach her.
I waa nulled on boid tliausted, and
found Mr. Yates. wiffthirtseveu of the
crew on board. Wcjteereifur the near
est land, four mileawayjs near as I
I wattearlf frozen,' and
. t i i i i . r .1
where I was r
ine very stiff with
a Japanese village an
rest for the night, twe
1 okohama. My he.
yon more ef myself,
wetr. down in the sh
IfK fi.Ki:T and tinast f m i
It re.iturfa.iio eMmn.W-Hloea not ,ke. ,,
atoell. hurn. Ua o,l and firM a brighter light
thaa any other Lamp.
.(,a .mhwm rrg Store, Salishnrr.
H.C txauune aiidjfe it ; turn tVb.0-r6
knit ii.in atitch
f "ITTI.NO MACllINCCO,
eat nt of me law. i .. u"T7 "
la r ed fr . ua rr war m, rtu n. I brim . Za ' T
offer woilhleaa nja.l.lnci .1 . Ita. u.kaa. mnuu"
AOKNTSJ W I NTKI '.'ttw era'ka art aa.
lean Kilttln It. hl.e.theo. IrTrMtkal WZStT. .1?
MathU.. erer Ineented I rlc T. . p5." "
JK-n.lni Ad'd," aw'SVo.U
ale ofXf.O. JLai) iaoad atoclrr-
shart. of aiock in l.; v.rLn"h .?Ji-?J
. ...... ..... w anare. al Mock in
li.tllk- Ol ( JHrt Imp m..A t l I . ... .
(Hi left with .Mtm. Jtlackmer A, Wi..t.t - i I J
fore sale. Terms Cash. 5 'r '""f
althoagh he was aim
when urged my Mr. 1
go down with my abi
urging him to go, 1
rail, and said, "N o, tl
l w . .i .
uere i remain. tioi
country and the woi
hie officer, who die
This heroic conduct
ry officer and man on
a soul who had a etat
death iu such a man
feel proud : we were
it not for yon all at
that I was locked in
all that I have
baa ' made
the ' much ! 1
landing in the
und shelter and
eight inil.es from
s too ti
lliams t itt-
tographs the man who put the ball and
chain on our Congressman .
He encouraged at Charleston the most
sedicious ano ig the Southem fire-eaters.
He hung at New Orleans the only man
i I... wa.i . v ...... . . ..1 r . a
. - ...w .c. .ju.'vic, ail vtl lie. " "v. " .n iao "H. u ilir BU OVen SXl Ot
.1 that pov- declared was the Ian uunsit' of P aradls. i treason durine- the wbolo war Hn ....
i .. ,i i .i , . . ... i. . .. j .11 . '. .. .
it un.-. language mere are j.uuu terms ricuvu me language by the addition to
tor sword, OUV tor lion, oOO for serpent, me diclionary of a new definition of
and bO for honey. It is supposed to be I word contraband, and he was suffic
written about the year GlO, am! Ua object ' independent of that gallantry
was to unite Jews and t. unstians, with i to be an American characteriaire tn take
ulled awjy, and
he replied, "1
A peUy ofScer
rasped th iron
is my place and
(files turn ! the
have lost a no-
ather than leave
post of duly.
followed by eve-
rd the ship ; not
left it, but faced
that makes me
ericans, and were
m-, I could- wis.i
tr iktm?. J hruugh
lasai'A) my life, nothing
i vftc. nl th "..' Uho IS
all fvcfi '6ach oljfcr so
were ppud of their cnun-
M. A. LKXTZ,
'w of , A. Liaa.
and look such intfep: in its prosper!-'
iy ! in that devote band there we
. . . a i
many mongnis, uui opiy one neart. i n.
was the favose ship of the
a T I 1 I
woe, uouid you see what tuo popoii
the different professions of Idolatry, iu
the worship of one God, under ecrtain
lass and ceremonies, exacting obedience
to Mahomet as Prophet. The stylo of
the volume is fluent, concise, and beauti
ful, arid where the attributes of God are
i described, it is sublime and magnitirent.
I It admits the divine missions of both Mo
Lena, and Christ. The leading artiel
fWlh .1. compounded of an eterna
and a necessary fiction, namely, that
i is only one God and Mahomet is Ins apos
tle, lie died in 031, of the ernes of a
slow poison, given to him by a Jew, three
years before, in order to discover whither
he was a true prophet, and immortal, as
lie declared himself to be. Millions have
visited bis sl.rin since that day, from
every quarter ef the globe.
i 1 haven't a doubt in-the world bntthat
your pu ft u nco for these sisters is entire
ly Platonic, lint do yon kuow that there
are two clas.ee of individuals whom soci-
La wos n ll Art tan ' aliaaia Alll Aaf
a straight line; and that aoeiety never Ilia
calls a Hue straight unless il looks straightTwl
lo the most immorally crfiss-eyee member
(f ftt- Ifyoe tlon't 1 do; thesu classes
are named pif.-ichers and woineu
Il ive yoonpt noticed, too, how interest
in you and yonr. work has ceased on the
part of nearly all but th.-e f.tyoril fami
lies of yours ; and' that the female mem
hers ofjrour church, outside of them, have
almost . to ioni v . p n uoularlvand oin
tr.ily aeWagaii."; jou ?
jnd it isttjtt to lo ani'er.-d at. True,
ja& actiotieSl not Christian like. But
; bee, thespeple are wholly human
A few of them made ' little, narrow, bias-
ig paths off toward sanctihcation a few
ears ago. But how quick such paths
gejehokf J up when they are trodden ea-
e day iu seven, con joust i an
STKAXOK COINCIDENCES PRE
SENTIMENTS AN I) DREAMS,
From the Peoria (111.) Keview, Fob. 24.
Readers of the Blooiningtoii papers
ve doubtless noticed a fatal accident
lich happened to a young mart near
that place, about a week ago. It seems
that the young man was to be married to
a young lady who had been staying with
a lady friend of this city, and with whom
she remained until the day previous to
her intended wedding. For several days
previoua to ber going away, Tt is said,she
seemed very sad and disheartened, which
was very rmnsoal with her. as she was
means to repress to insolent and instills
of the rcbtV women of New Orleans, who
supposed that their costumes and sex pro
tected them in expressions of malignity
and spite, ne did a great engineering
work at Dnteh Gap, which the envious
waters of the James have since nearly destroyed.-
He imagined entire destruction of Fort
by an im men, powder ship, and
isted by his own I'etird. ' lie was
lied up oeI4awwVaune7iaW' marched
into New Orleans after rarragfut cleared
the Mississippi River. He has been, dur
ing the last ten years, an example of
brilliancy in plan, and of misfortune in
performance. As a politician he haabeen
on both sides, and has been among the
most extreme with Democrats and Re-publieasiwCw-
He is a maa of genius and
audasfty, but seldom, of success, from the
nomination of Jefferson Davis down to
the impeachment of Andrew Johnson ;
and although ha has shown enterprise,
shrewdness and genius, he has not been
successful. Under is not the man to be
brought forward this lime for the Presi
dency. Mr. Bcecher's Last. tmss manu
facturer having displayed in a flaming ad
vertisement the fraudulent announcement
that the Rev. Henry Ward Heecher had
enjoyed his treatment, that gentleman an
nihilates hiin with a 'very warm letler, de
nying ihat he ever knew, and saying: "I
yonr action toward mo as an im-
i-alurally of a very lively disposition, but f pertinence, and your treatment of the pub
now, on the slightest mention made of her I lie as a deliberate swindle If you will
wedding (so soou to be) she would burst I put one of your trusses upon yonr own
into tears, bhe eaid she did not know
why she should feel so, but waseure
some accident was going to befall her.
On one occasion, bcin lautrln d at bv
ber lady frienofor being ao low, spirited,!
and being requested to take a glass of
mouth, wc shat have a teat case, for I
know of no other rupture so eminent and
"I Ve lost flesh," as the butcher said
when bis cart was robbed.