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Poetry. A QUIET LIFE.
A little crib bwtilc th ImmI,
" A little fx abev. Hi aprc.it,
. A Intl. --X bcJilml the door, . ,
A little "hi ! ""or.
A littta Hal With 4arV brow h.lr,
A Utile lUasHWo. fans "1 ralr,
A tilttp lAno thatlr.it. to solieds
... A jltllo ieiicll, slate anil rule.
A lilt's, WUtiMMmn, wlnome, mailt,
A IllU'' bl wllliln hlslalili
A llitlr eettaK", '"r '
A little old-bin liouK'holti man. -
MHM family swlhsrin nstndi
A little tnrf tirnpeil. b-ar-ilewi ,1 nii-liuo:
; r A little aiMcd to hi. anil i . .
A litUo rut froin hankr loll.
""' A little llver In til llr.
7) A MMIt'l! an wwy nlmlrj
A ) i i it.- im,;1.1 f Fith lit clnero;
" ' A little Jourtiej to tiie tomb.
TRUE STORY OF MAGGIE MURPHY.
? Mnggio Murphy wn nliltlo plil flvoyrnis
old, wild lived in the dirtiest qtinrlcrof Now
York City, in nsqnnini toiiciiioni-iioiistiiitH
r rtrmi Kiro l'ninln. liur father mid
. mother were not nice people; but they were
nil th.i father nnd mother Mc;oe h;'d ever
k lm.1 f.s-hiirown, mid she did tlio bet she
: could to rt idon.
. 111 Murphy wns ft tiny -laborer; nml
ilx.llu h lit. WI1M mlbcr loud of wliiskv, it
Boomed, fur ho spent almost nil his money
on whisky, nnd little on his ciiini. ner
- mother, ton, was fond of whisky, nnd she
lirivtmil rncired : and U-sidtis Maggie,
she had ove other cliildri'ti, who wore nil a.t
dirlvnnd mi'fjod a possible.
Mm. MnrphV seldom occupied herself in
'- the welfare ot hoy children during the dny.
. She turned tbom Into tho streets n soon ns
I. they f.M out of their tlitly le.l in tlio niotn
, in, f tti-H MtU i rriiKt iu lu r linud, nnd
J- novor llioti(;ht of Kttrh it tiling n roml.iiiK
hofr hsir or ihiiiR their fnccH. An fur
. Hulnthnm. ihfV Ot OIIV rag tlicv
bip.nil to hv ou lUn liiUt In furo, when
tin y wt'ht to h''d on the flimr; nnd ah they
'-' -ulr nt In thorn nil niirht nnd worn them nil
il.iv. llirv wot not in niiv condition.
' Kla!(io wn the littlfMl. mid thn only
. thiiiuH nlxml bur Hint coma be civin-ii im ity
u-..n Iwr even, llriirht hliirU ovom kIio IiiuI.
wltioh nil the dirt in l'ivo I'oint couldn't
rob of the ir rlmrm: for (ll hnH nminod it
wiwliiiiK-m&oliiiie in every little hiH'h bond,
Hint wuuo her nyoH ltMOII;iiiul n ..j!i;l
cvoM wttrn nlwnyn mutlieit.
Mii!'L'io wnn nrettv Wi II neiiiiAinted with
the inniudiitto neiiihhotlKWd ot lioriniwrn-
hie Inline: biiJ Ihouub hu w.vi out nil day
evury tiny, bli novel lulled to ;et hnck to
lulller mill niollier wnotl llljjm 0111110, in
liopoii of it jiiwo of hrend hnt nhn didn't ul-
vn H gel It.
One i'onrth of JiiIV wlion JIii;;i;io iw
turned out .in ustiu!, bus irot ho t xeitt d
over tho nobie. nud tiiniu'.t, the firo-cmcVoro
and torpeilocs, nnd tho nvneiKvion tlml
ruin down I'.rondwny, with nprnnt hlure of
Jiuun mid hraiiH HiHlrmin nl.i, thi'.t nhu
wnudi red awny nnd win u rii,;tit cnino, 1.I10
fotiiuloiit Him tlidn't know the wny hoiiie.
Then hIib boRftn to cry, and tho wiihIiIiik-
liutcbiun in ber lioait wnnlieil lirr even ho
luinl thitt tlio water ovvrtlowi'd nnd mil
down her oIiouLh; nnd II M;i;;rip hud hud n
clonn towel, Khe tniht Imvfi w ijied herlnee
ekian M?rlini. lint xhe lind nutliiiiR hut
her ditty little AhU, anil ho, tho mom nho
riililii il the dirtier hIic gruvf.
A big ixihet'iuiin, with n hlun coat mid
hrnwi biittoim, nnd a nilver xhi. l.l on liin
hrenitt enme and n.skod Miif;i;in whmo hIio
lived; bnt Mii(rf;in didn't know, mid Nil the
(joliccmmi took bor in hin aims mid enr
ried her off to the iilnee whore they curry
all the loht children in Now York. It wim
a Rrnnd jil.ice indeed couiimred w ith Mn
gim wretched homo in l'iio 1'ointH, a Kliut
nutrhle buililiucr in the l'oiirtli Ury of
wbieh Alu'eio found a roNtiiiK-pluee.
"Don't cit nny more," the womim wild,
when Mhhkio Cuiiio in; "vour motlu r will
couie for yon, I iluro nuy.'!
So lui,'(;ie Htopiud crying; nnd tho wo-1
niun took lier nud hcKiin 11 ju rfniiniuieo no
inyHterinuH, thnt Mu(;(,'ie cried aiiiiifur hho
didn't know whut to lunke of it
'Thin DiyntrinUH perforniiinco wun IiotU
inj.' more nor letw thun tho wnntiiuK nl Jlni;
civ' iure nnd tlio comhiiif; In r IounIi iI
linir; nnd yon limy inini;ine v, lint tho littlo
girl anft'erod. Such a thine; hnd nnvor h;ip
iMined to her heforo in her lilu. thut Hho
could remember. When the pitribrmanco
wnx over, it wni enough to make one luuli
to ace whut a IiuikIbuiuo little pirl Mnin
wum. Her fnco ak ulinost white, und her
cbcuka were a lirilliniit red, and her hlnck
huireurlud in thelovt'lieHtniuiiin rpoHHihle.
Mivulo felt ho comforbdih) when Hho wan
clean, und n gront nlice of hrend nnd cIihoho
gi von her to oat, thnt hIio Ims'im to hope
her mother wouldn't UiiHtt her, nor come
after her at all. And hy mid by, hho went
to bed and fell nuleep nlou with uioro thun
a lmndred othor littlo children, w ho L111I
been picked up like hernell iu tho htrontu
When Pun Murphy enmo homo thut
mniii niicr dih mipier, ne wns not no
drunk but thnt he mixwd bin littlo j;irl
nnd n:kod Imh w ifu w here Mu:;ie wum.
'Fni, I dou' know, Dnn," Knid hIio.
"Iliin't nlie bin home I"
"No, Dim, I niu't neon her the day."
"(hi un' find her thou," nworu Dun; "an'
. a nice mother you are to Ioko your chilthur
iu the Htreit.
So Mr. Murphy went off to find hi r,
and Dim Murphy went over to tho liipior
fchop ou thn corner.
Mm. Mnrphy aHked tho firMt policeman
dim met, if he lind neon Miu;i;io, ami the
policeinuu told her to to thn Cent nil of
lice, mid 110 tlouLt her lilt Iu ;irl would he
The children were OHlecp when Mm.
Murphy got to the place and told hoi i.lnry;
ami they lot her into the room wliero Mu
gie wan tin led up with liorheud ouhemrui
und her even shut.
Mm. Murphy looked among tho children
carefully; und thun turned awny iu
yrejit dihtrc'HM wiying thut ilncio wi not
Kl: didu'l know her own child w ith ite
fitce whhIh iI nud iln hair coiiiIkmI, nud if
uhe bad not come, buck the noxt inoruiiiK
when Mukk'b wun awuko, nhu would never
Lave got her little girl buck. Muio tou
awuke though, in tho moi uint, nnd rh
aoon bh nIm w her mother; Hho cried out
"Mum 1" ami Mro. Murphy clutipud her to
bor court in mute ninnzenient.
Iu bu t, Mr. Munihy wan no aHtoninliod
nt the effect produced hy a littlo wmp and
water, that Hue went homo ami wuxhed the
other three children; nnd from thut tiny, n
reform began In I but boiiHcboiii wbicu con
tiu-jed until tho Miiiphya Ixeiuno reKu ta
Lie people. . Whit Kkkkh.
"Thk Tmprkhh r.i'OF.Niu ir GruMAN Deb
cent. It i prohnhly kiiown to few readem
thut tbo KmprhhH Kugenio nun tjermuu
bluotl to her veius. uimuiv jinwui, a Her
man touriHt-truvoller, who genenilly initn
a(;e to nerne up nil tho pfemnut and in
teroHting itenmof gonmp iu hi wamleringH,
Iioh lately been through Hpaiit. In one ol
bit lettera to an Auntriuu paper lie huvh:
"In Mnlnga many ytm ago tli,ero livoif a
poor (ierman toy-ueulur, who hud a very
beautiful (tniighler, to Whom tbe tnird aou
'of lloont Mootijo, a wnulthy Auditloximi,
Leeun to muku love. The tny-ilouler'
Leuntifnl flungliter wax on Henxililo aa Khe
van beautiful, however, ami ropullvd tha
wIvauoeH of the younit cnuut, Raying,
Withont Dinrriiias. no love. The vour
oouut wu, Itowevur, roally iu love with the
Iioor girl, und, in Hpito of tho oppomtiou of
iia father and Imh whole family, he married
her. The old eonut wan enraged iitt Uuh,
withdrew all income from hin ami; ami the
"married lie ot the Vonng couplo1. wan at
lint very gloomy. JUut the young onauteMit
Lad fortune; tbe two oliljr brothera of her
LuHhatid died; and the latter Ixxiamo Uie
heir to the title anil pOHHenHiona J hin
rich father. The tlnugliter of thin poor
iiermau girl la the Uuiproea of the French,
the wil'u of Louia Napoleon."
A TRUE STORY.
Whilo Dr. Bngfnn-I,' Itinhoj) of Charlo
on. wan on a visit to hit native elty, Cork,
he became nciUniiiteiI tMth an xeeedinp;!y
inlclligcnt negro, nn Irishman by birth.
After a few Interviews with thflynnnflTnan,
h ronccivcil the Idea of tyliicntinc him for
tho prieRthooil, btliovinfl ho.wmiUl beaer-
vicoablo in tnnt cnpaciiy nmongHi 1110 nog
rocs in South ('nlinn, many of whom
were Catholic. (Joiincqnently he aont hira
to France to prepnre for holy ordem. After
upending Hevernl yenra in the Beminarloo,
having conipioieti nin buuuoh mo yiniiig
mnn enmo to (Charleston, nnd tho Dinhop
ordnincd him, gave him fncilitiea, nnd aciil
him on the miwiou among hin brethren,
but hI 1 align to nay they recoived htm very
ooldly, nud in fact gave him to irndiirnhind
thnt 'they did not want hint thnt they
preferred white nhi plicrdn. Thin greatly
dinconrnged him, bnt be lnboretl carncntly
for n timo, till, finding ho oould do no
bochI, bt) rcKolved to h ave them and go to
Knropo, where he could be hotter received.
Accordinijlv, he nturtcd for New York, to
tnke pnfma'go for France. Arriving early
on Saturday morning, ho concluded to nay
miiH, oh usnnl. SU l't tor'n hcing the near
oHt church, he direi'tcil IiIh ntcpn thither.
Dr. V n. who wnn tho pntor, wan a nv
tiveof (Vrk, like our friond. llnvingcome
Ui the jmHUiraltenideiico, onrfriend a.-icenil-cd
tho Ktcp, rang tho hell, and Inquired
fur Itio imHtor.
Tho wrvntit Informed him that the pntlor
wnn at lircakfnut, and, pointing tothuhane-
incnt, nnid, "It yon wmb to boo tue jxtcior,
ifo down thori
Having cloned Ihe hnll ihur, tho noTvnnl
ran down to the Doctor, and told him tlint
n "vrrv ccmpatv-lookiiiB nnunr man" wan
coming down to ncn binion iinportalitlmMi
"Tell him to como In here," anld tho
When our friernl entered the room, the
Doebr F.tiglniul, without ri.iiig from the
bible, lmwed (Militcly tothe mnn. nml anitl,
with a rich (rk nacfitt; "Hood nioniinr;,
"Ciood morning, kindly." replied our
Irieml, with juet nn rich a brogue.
Tim Doctor. Miriirined nt tlio nccont,
looked can full v nl the mnn, nnd nnidto
him very inquiringly, "What countryman
nrr- imi, niii
"I am an Irinhniau. nir."
"Au IritihnmuV" wiid the Doctor, still
more Hiirjuiw d.
"Ye, nir; nn IriMlininn."
"Theu what pait of In lnnd are yon
I'm from (.'otk, Hir."
"Woro yon bum there?" mid thn Doctor,
"I wan. nir." renlied our friend,
"What iMyoiirocciipiiliour'' naidthc Doc-
"I havo the honor of hcing 11 clere,jnmn
priest." "A prienti'" an id tho Doctor.
"Ven, Hir," wu. tlienimwor.
"Who, in the iinino of Hud, tell me, or
"I'.inhop F.nghtiid, nir," Raid onr frioml.
Thin wuh too much f 1 r tho Doctor, no he
fulled the Hiirvimt to hIiow tho man the
d.H.r. A black pri t.t wuh, in bin opinion,
bad enough, hut he thought it wan currying
the juke loo lar for tho man to try to iunh
fur a Cork man nnd a prient, urdaiiicil by
HiHliop Knglund, ho he Motioned toward
the door mid .iud "Clear oil'; you nro nn
"Allow 1110 lo Rbow you my credcntinlH,"
replied our friend, proceeding lo unlock
hin vnlii.0. So having produced the docu
ment together with lotlern of recom
muiidutiou nud hincj-e.i from llishop Kng-
land, he wan nllowod to ait down and ri
bvcu tne iiiMHor wnn not nitogeuicr con
vinced till he hndqiicHtioncd him in Latin,
uud nn certain tlieologicul pointM. 1 lur
ing reticived correct aunworn, iu claHicjil
Latin, to hin rpioKtioiiH, lie eveuHi d him-
Hef ior bin iucrcdlity; "but" aailh he,
I'm afraid to allow yon to nay iiiuhh in tho
church; thine New Vorkemnro vcrynnrn
Iv 1 conic, and I nm afmid they wonld do
Home dnuingo to you, an they are not at nil
Iriemlly to the uugiii-H -1 mean tho black
men. However, 1 bnvo no objection to
allow you to Hay diuhh privately inthebnHC
inent of the church or in tho bouse boro,
if you cIiooho."
tlnr friend Hoeing thn premilicca thnt
existed, mid having hnd experience nmong
lieu 01 inn own color, tuonght Inn iichi
policy would bo to keep "dark,'' ho ho
thanked tho Doctor for the privilege, and
proceeded verv iiniotly to tho chapel in
the liuHcmont, thn Doctor having told hiiu
thut ho would Rend over a couple of boyH
to nerve bin nmm.
When our friend bud lett, tho Dootor
culled Uto Horvunt, and told her to scud for
boyH to Horvo that uiuu'h uiiihh,
"Wlial ! exclaimed tlio girl, "1h that nn-
gur n prioHt?"
"ion, Imloeil, I10 Is, mud the Doctor:
"he allowed mo hiH pnpnrM, nml I ipieHtiou
cd him. IIo'h all right,"
"Ah, now, Doctor, Hiiro yon nro only
okim?. Sure Iio'h nn black aa tho old boy
"I kutiw that," Raid tho Doctor, "hut
Lo'h renlly a liricat, lor I oxuniiucd hiin
nn, glory be to tioitl womlera wilt nov-
or ceiiHO. Well, wiill, whut won t you hoo
in America, liut did you speak Latin to
'I did, nnd hotmcnUHLiitiu very correct
"Thank tiod ! Tor tlioy nnv that tbo
devil can't KHak l.ntill, ho he'HIlot devil
anyhow, liut did yon look nt hin foot ? or
did you trv Litn with the holy witter, Doc
"No, hut it h all right, hurry oil nud do
an I told you."
So ou Hlie wont on linr nieitHugn to the
albirboyH. Alter allowing the man n nnf-
ncii'iit tune to rent ami get ou the nltitr,
her curioMity w,h ho excited Hhe renolved
to bear hin ikuhh. She heard the oor man
Nuyiiig nuiHH tlovniitly, nud in Iouoh nn Hwoot
mid correct 11H any jineat Hbe liail beanl In
tho "ould dart." She did not pray iniieh,
however, for nhe kept her cye, mouth nnd
earn oyen till thn very cud ol thn iiiiihh, nnd
tin 11 hiiHtouotl back tothelioiiHH to prepnro
1 :.. 1 . r 1 ...i.:..i. ...... .1!
inn urwuuiuHi inr uini, wniou hiiu iuii iuoh(
willingly, alter hearing him nny mnsH.
It in HbiU'd that thiH prieHt im Htill living
ill Franco, w here he found a warm welcome.
- V'iinaViii'ii CiiIIiiiIU'. Sliinilanl.
Swearing by Means of the Bible.
During tho lime of the frenhot on tho
WahiiHh, when the lint country on lioth
hUIch of the river wan inundated by the
rming water, it Ikm-uiho ceeOHfiiiry for 'thone
in the way to "encape to the mmiuuuiiH"
tho moimilH that were prohuhly mailo by
tlio Indiana for that purpoHU. A party
lugitivoH, on their way to n place or nafety,
overtook a man in a covered wagon, with
a xpitn of horHoH, Hbunliiig Htill in tbo
road, tho water nearly up to tho htibn of
hin whccln and butt riHiug. Iln wnn'Hitting
with a Hinnll hook in one hand, nud a whip
in tho other, routing a line loud and then
laying on the whip. They Htoppod a mo
ment to Imtoji. attracted by the man a enrt
our conduct, and woro RiirpriHed to hear
him read: "The wicked Hhiill be turned in
to hell l"(;nW giving a frightful empha
ain to Uio word. "WIioho Loliuveth not
Khali Lo diimned I" (cut "How
cnnyefHcnpe tho tlanmation of bell?"
(cut) -find mniiT more of the name
enamel or, yelling the emphnnicd word at
the top of hia Ituiga, Wondering at big
conduct the fugitives linked what ho meant,
'W by, Hiiid be, "t am a niuinoaiHt mmiH-
tor, and roHtraiued from Bwcnrlng, bnt
thee boincH were bought ink region where
thov were nccuHtoinetl to beur mieh bu-
gtgi'ge, and I am endeavoring to come a
near on poHHiblo, consiMoiitiouHly, In ordor
to inilnee them to move, but I'm". Here
ho connnlletl hi Look, leaving bis benrem
to iniugme what he aougtit to give empna
uut U lria hopckwnnw)X;f making them utir
CuArvD ilAKoa, Fack, Jtouou Hkiw. Pn
pi.eh, Ilingworm, Bull llhenin, ami all other
eutaneona atfuotioaa cured, and the Skin
tuude noftaiid anioolh, by tmiug the Jiminr
Jur . ;, maile by CAHWKf.fi, IIAZAIUA
Co., New York, it i more convenient an4
eaHily applied than other remediea, avoidiiiH
the trouble of the greany compound uow iu
niu. Hold by all aiuggmte.
KILLED BY A DOG.
A Fearful Tragedy in Georgia—How a
Dog Protected his Mistress—The
Throat Torn from a Villian.
From the Augusta (Gs.) Chronicle.
In one of the nionntnln conntlon of
Oeorgla there Uvea two fttmlllca, each bo
fore thn wnr noted for Itn wealth and ro-
Qnemont. Hlnoo tho wnr tho families
(whom we Bhnll onll respectively 11 and L),
thongh they b"1, liko nearly everybody
elan, lost everthing by the conflict, Rtill
retn'ued tho binh poeltlon In aocloty which
thev had for nomo long ttmo filled, Ono of
them, the L'e, lout aevcml of iut menilicrn,
as well aa lt fortune, by tho wnr, and at
tho ttmo Of onr Rtory nonnintcd of Mr.
U a gentleman 63 years of ago, bis wife,
nearly tbo nainn ago, and nn unmarried
tlunghtor of about 25. Wltldti rbout a
qnnrlcr of a mllfl of thdr bonno lived ono
of tho R.'r, a yonnp; mnn who hnd recently
married a very hnvntlflil yrmng Indy of the
connty, nnd bnving left the pntornnl mnn
nion, wna farming by bimuctf on a email
tract of gronnd. Tbo two- fumlllon lived
nomo distance from the county town, In R
npnixely Inhabitod section of country, nnd,
being ench tbo nenrettt neighbor of tho
other, were, of ooiirne, ou termn of gront
intimacy. Detween tho young wifo nnd
tho daughter of Mr. I a fnut frletidi blp
won aoon formed.
A few days aineo Mr. H. biformcil his
wifo that be bail received a letter, which
would compel bnmediuto nlteiiditnco la At
lanta, where bo would have to remain nev
cnil dayn, and an it wonld lo InconVeliioiit
for him to tnkn bor with bim to thnt city,
advisod that hIio nhouhl nk ber young
neighbor to nUiy with her during bin ah
Hence. Tho next morntng be net out In bis
bnf.-gy for Atlanta, and hin wrlfo during tbo
mouilng went over to U' for tho mrpono
of Inviting ber yonng friend lo Htny wither.
Thejoung lady. afUT consultatlim with
her mother, rondily nnscntcd to tlio prono
ltlon, and ptomlwd to conio over dnriDg
Ahont 9 o'clock Mm. II. Wn to fcol a
littlo unenny, nn Minn L. hnd not yet ciihio,
when a servant cnino up to the bona nnd
brought a note from her CTcetcd friend.
Hinting Hint she wonld bo nnnblo to. spend
the night with her, an she had prom lnod, for
bor fntlir, from somo cntiRO or other, had
positiroly refused to give his consent to the
arrangement After delivering the note
thn servant took bin departure, and the
brnvo woman prepared to spend thn night
hy herself. Feeling thnt she hi d a protec
tor In a Inrge and very florco yard-dog be
longing to her hnsbitnd, she took him Into
her hod-rnom, and after seenring the bouse
lay down and rcnigned herself lo slcen.
About 12 o'clock she was nwnkenod from
ber ulnmbers by a noino in the house nnd
the nngry growling of tho dog, and discov
ered that the ball door bnd been lorood,
mid that some one wns ntnndinii at ber
room door, seeking nn entrance. Hpenhlng
nn loudly as bor fright wonld let ber, Mrs.
H nkcd, "Who It there r A man's
voice, which she did not recognize, replied
by telling her to "oiin tho door." Agnln
she asked the nitmo qncstion, and ngain re
ceived tliCKaineunswer, thostningernddlng
thnt if she refused bo wonld "break the
door down." During this dialogue tho dog,
still growling, crunched upon the iloorns if
ready to spring. Thinking to intlmliluto
this man. who Hnneht ber ruin. Mrs. 11
cried to him thnt if bo forced tho door she
w.-"ld shoot him.
Laughing scornfully, tho ruffian threw
his weiidit acainht tho light door, bnrat It
open and entered tho room-when, quick
ns thonght, the snvago dog somng forward
and fastened on his neck. The nmn.aston-
Mied at this snddon attnek, attempted to
kill the animal with n knifo whlih bo held
In bin band, bnt ntimicccsfifully, and the
Kownrful nnimnl dmi'ded bim to tho
ground, Htill retaining his bold njion bis
throat. Htnnncd at lirat by this nnlooked
for dolivermice. the woman in ft few sec-
ondH, regaining her presence of mind some
what, rnn screaming from the bouse never
stopping nulil Rhe arrived nt tho placo of
tho L's, where ber crios soon oronscd tho
Ilertalo wusYnpidly told.nnd tbesmants
were preparing to go to thn seeno of dan
ger, when suddenly Mr. L. was missed,
and his wifo nlmoHt on tho Instnut as if
struck by a sudden presentiment, serenmed
"Merciful (tod ! It ninHt bo my nnsnnnti:
With a err of horror the party not forth,
ami run as fuHt to thn bonne of Miu It. as
tho latter hud rnn away from It a few mm
ntes before. Arrived thero they found tho
man still on tho floor, nnd tho dog still
grasping bis throat Heating him away,
Iroiu his prey they fonnd tho suspicions of
Mrs. L. but too correct it was her husband
- but tho tenth of tho dog bad done their
work, ami bo was dead.
Death of a Clergyman in the Pulpit.
An Atlanta (fin.) tmpcr of tho fith gives
tho following account of tho death of a
prominent North Carolina clergyman while,
preaching in that city:
tin last HiiiHlny tilgnt nev. iinnn iiong,
of ThnmaHvillo, N. C a Methodist divlno
of twenty five yours' faithful service in tlio
pulpit began proaehing to a large congre
gation In Wesley Chnpol - tho church of
Huv. Mr. Kimball. He had contiuncdsomn
ten minutes, when ho suddenly stopped,
and with a livid face and gasping utterance
asked Mr. Kimball if any thing appeared
to lie the matter with bim. I lo sat down In
nn easy position, folding bis bands nnd
throwing his hnntl bncK nn mo sent in n re
clining manner. I'crceiving bis illness,
and observing thnt he was quiet, Mr. Kim
ball nroHfl nud concluded thn sermon, nil
tbo time thinking thut Mr. Long wnn but
ter from bis nnieseence. As ho cntleil bis
sermon bo turned to speak to Mr. Long,
and fonnd thut he was Kpoochloss. It was
an nioploetln stroke, from which ho never
recovered, lleototi Monday morning at I)
o'clock, The best medical attendance wna
called in, but vainly, Mr. Ixnig was a pen
tlcmnn of C8 years of age, ol Irreproach
able chameter and high Christian stnnd-
jng. lie nnd boon In the city but n woek
or two nud contemplated making bis home
ritudmra claims to have llvo hundred
andniuety-ilvo furnocoA, which work up
one thousand tons of iron per day, nml tho
utrucst factory of tiiumbers ana gas iitiors
material In tho oonntrv. It also boiiHts of
one establishment which makes all kinds of
nails, from tha smallest tncka tothe largest
Hpikcs, and which has ono machine that
turns out 3,000 shoe brads per minnto.
ItKAiTTiKiiL Woman. -If yon would be beau
tlfiil. tine Hunan's Mauuolia ftulm.
It givo a pnre llliHiuiiiig Coinnloxlon and
rentoie. Ynulhrul iieauty.
Its effueUaro gradual, natnrnl and perfect.
Ik ltoniovoH. ltetliioM. lllotelios and I'im-
ples, oures Tsu, Uuuburn and Frucklos, aud
LwLni a Idv of thirtv smioar bnt twenty
Thn MsgiKilia Ilalul makes tlin Hkln Hmootb
anil 1'early, the Kye bright and einsr; the
Oheek glow with tho llloom of Youth and im
narts a fresh, ultimo amioamnce to the conn-
tenanco. No Lady need oomplaln of her
OoropleiloD whon 70 cents will purchase this
'J'lie host thing to drone the Ilatr with Is
Ishioes amd Owtsidbs. Tho pnbllHhors of
the F.veninii Wihxrhim, Milwaukee, tlio
originators of tho economicst system of print
ed ti.psr for country Jontnals, aro now fur
lushing paper at merely a nominal prtre
umui inri'. nlmiUiUlu free of ami. wo aro
now fiirnlHhlnu about' two linmlrod ritpnrs
and aro willing to oontraut wtth ono hundred
more. Anulv. statlmr oironlstlon. to the un
dersigned. Wo print fnnr Hlz.es of Ontalilcs
and fusidee ifixlM, 21x11(1, 211x40, 2Hxl 1. lto-
Dtibliuan. Democratln and Neutral. Ouiuaa,
Aikkh. & Cram sn, Milwankee, tvls.
Tug TUBKHT AHI PwaKTItHT Con LTVKH OlL
im tiis wour n Is llacard Caswell's mane
on thn sea shore, from freeh, solec'ed Irvers,
. , . . r . . r-. . ft I'll Bit (. - W . i T..L
by XJAIn E.1.1J, llAXlAXIIJ a l., HOI, lull,
Ik U shsoiiitolv wire and stcn. rartlea who
have once t.k.n it prefer it to all others.
Physicians havo deoldud it auperior to any of
the other oils in maraea. txuu uj au urus;
gluts. . i
TlAT.t.wr. Davis A: Co.. I'lano Forte Makers,
37'i Wsslmigtisi stroot. litmtno. Thlrty-flvo
iminitums awarded. Jvvory Inulrtimeni war
runted for five years, 1'rlMi less than an
otlior flrst-cltss make In jlie United Htates
Puivats mixlloal aid, . Head Dr.WhlUlor'
T.vrn srav-n rns i.AMrtmm OAniiAnT nave
to the world Ihfl first perfect melodexm,
that form of musical Instrnmenl bns been
steadily gaining in popular fnvor. Twenty
thonsnnd homes were rejoicing In Us sweet
and touching melody before tho initial pot
ent wns five years old; and, so gront did
the demand bceomo thnt other manufac
tories spmng up to vie wtth the originating
firm, well known as (Vtrhnrt Noodhnm,
now E. P, Noedbnm A Son, of tho rlly of
Now York. Many ot tnoso rival makers
havo conned to manufacture tho melodoon
In Its orlginnt form, but the pionoor bouse
referred to Is still slilpriliig to various parts
of tho world thonnnnds of tho ncroll-leg
nnd plnno-onse instruments, with tho man
nfnctnro of which their immense business
started In 18111; and the constant demnnd
for Uieso chenp and yet "ifrnr" littlo home
oompnnlonn has not suffered them to rclrnt
their efforts to tnnke them moro nud more
worthy of their popularity. ,
Kxtcnsive, however, as their melodoon
trade, still continues to be, It forms bnt n
fractional proportion ol tho buslnexfi of the
groe.t New York firm j and It Is only n por
tion of tlio credit duo their ofYortH to any
thnt they established tho rood instrument
trade In this country; for they Imv been,
also, tho most energetlo nud successfnl cx
perlmoutors for lie Improvement end do
velopmont to Its tircoent prevailing tvpo
tho "Orgnn." The firm In cmcntlon wns of
n composition tnnt oonia not inn to pro
dnoe romnrkahlo roenltii. Whoro Cnrnart
left tho mtlodcoti, Necdham took It up
nml trnrtefor!n"i it irom tne nonniiiui lit
tle songster that might grnco tho cottage
parlor or tho city boudoir, to tho mag
nificent rood orgnn whoso rleh nnd
miillow tones peal thro tho alsleq of
ninny a church nnd fill wtth their mujontie
melody tho gilded halls of our metropol).
tan palaces; and now when we porno to
con'rtdcr tlio vast number of church, school
nnd nnrlor organs that nro constantly Issu
ing from tho cxtnslvo works of E.lNnod.
ham . Hon, fho diircrenco Is so giwt ns to
throw tho melodoon fl.'rtiros, large, ns In
dood, they nrn, rntln hr Into the nhndo.
Their cxtrnonlliinry succcm Is n nntuinl re
sult of tho pnfwrwKin of Certain original
alvnnlngce ns well ns A constant care to
Improvo tlioso ndvuntfigeo and aocnro all
others thnt t ntorprisi), bard thlnktiig nnd
experiment could compass. Starling with
nil of Cnrlmrt's pntent i, nnd with tho full
and rxctnsivo benefit of bis fertile Ingenu
ity when In Its prime, their Improve
ments worn not oven limited to hl.i
experiments nnd successes. They bold nnd
used nt nn early day, the"Inonmntlonlop,"
nn antomatin duvloo fur seenring tho whole
weight of tho nlmosphhero ns a means of
closing tho registers. Experienced In tho
ninnnfactnro of reeds-thn inventors, Iu
fact, of tho reed In its present form they
woro tho first tho Imss down to thirty-two
feet C liut their greatest step In ndvanco
Wivi taken hi 1H.W, when Mr. K. V. Nced
huin, perfected and patented a poenliar
construction of tho action, which oiutljjcs
them to combine any desired nnmlwr ofn Is
of vibrators nnd yet retain n light key
touch. Tho mechanism is simple, com-
lncl nnd economical, yet capable of
ndeflnito extension, nnd has been applied
to organs with eighteen sots of roods. This
house also Introduced tho "Combination
swell" and "(Irnnd orf;an Foot-stop,"
which can bo oporntod with tho feet while
oni'n.'Tod In nnpplying tho IsMlows, giving
nn iinmenso ip-mhuillng pownrto the iimtrn
mcnt whilo they nro hir moro iiianngoublo
and convenient than the old Itneeswoll nnd
stops. Mr. Noodhnm bns lately supple
mented to tho "Pneumatic stop," mi nr-
rangement wldch ho holds nnder the unmc
of rt "stop-keeper," and which renders the
stop forovor nnchnngeablo by tUo lulluouce
of ntmonplieric variations.
Messrs. R. I'. Koodham ft Hon Lave
an almost cxclnslvo control over tho trade
In tbo ninttiTof largo instruments, since
they alone havo facilities for constructing
them with dtimhlo certainty of action and
nt rwinoiittblo prices. They nro never with
out contracts to build for churches or prl
vuto individuals, extensive nnd orunte
styles of tho reed organ. lint, of course, In
respect ot numbers oi sales, mo smaller
kinds, coming nt low rlgnron, nro voHtly In
excess; and it in probably upon this circs
of Instruments thnt tbo popularity of the
firm depends. Their parlor nnd church
organs are scattered all ovoi the west, nnd
evcrywboro curry a rormtntlon for
sweetness of tono and durability
thnt Is ns laudatory of
their maker's skill ns their beautiful finish
nnd proportions nro flattering to their
tuuto. j. heir most prominent ngonut m
tho west nro Mi'ssrs. Ilaunr A Co., of Chi
cago; Mr. C. M. March, of Cincinnati; Mr.
j. Ivussmr, of Term Uauto, and Mr. T.
Anderson, of It uyno. Wo havo
just bad under rxamluatloa ft bandsomo
pamphlet issued nnder tho name of 'Tbo
Silver Tongue," which, among othor In
teresting and romlablo innslcnl innttor.con
tnlns an illustrated description of Messrs.
E. I'. N. & Son's Instruments. It Is pro-
pared nnder their own supervision, nnd Is
sent free, wo understand, to nuy one mak
Wo enn not more flttln'jly closo this nr.
tlelo than by tho following notice of "A
now achievement In the world of Music,"
which wo clip from tbo Mow York Daily
Tbo nnvlnhlo ropntutlon which Messrs,
R. 1'. Noodhnm A Hon of this city bnvo
long enjoyed ns thn plonoers (under tho
stylo of Curhurt & Nnudham) nnd miml reli
able producers of reed mimical instruments
seems about to otilmiiuito In tho ftniucloiil
nnd most comprehensive combination ol
improvements thnt bus over fallen to tho
lot of a singlo business firm to
introduce to a uiuhIo loving public.
They bavo over recognized tho fact that
tho rood -so rich nnd mellow In its gentler
breathings can never rival in power mid
roundness of tone thn plpee of tho ordin
ary chnroh organ; and Indued tho problem
of tho harmonious combination of pipes
with roods has boon tbe tiftfmvi fW of all
lovers of tbo Separate beauties of thntto
hitherto distinct styles of musical Instru
ments. Tho problem line Loon trlntn
phantly solved by tUo porseverlng
study of Mr. Nicdhnin, nnd tho first
nnd only successful combined tilpe In
rood organ now stands, una tho thoucand
"silver tongnos" that spealt Us fumo, In
tho wnrerooms of tho firm in Twenty
tbitd HtriH't-n combination capuhlo of
n solU r and sweeter rungo of expreHHlon
than any exclusively pipe lnHtrnmunt
grander nnd ruoro powerful than any
morn rood organ -moro various, nuil
yet moro evenly Isthiuceoi than
either nlono. it is won worthy tno
visits of any of our citizens who may bo in
teri'sted in tho progress of musical Hcloncn,
or blessed with ft lovo of tlio noblo melody
which that ucluuce ban enabled man to
Tho wool clli) of Knox county. ()., this
year, is estimated at o00,(XH) pounds, being
about ono-fonrtu loss than thut of lust year.
This falling oil' is chiefly owing to tbo fact
that many fanners sola or had their Hboen
Blannhterod on account of the low prloe of
wool, it is Btippotieii uini iimr-mins oi
this year's clip boa boon Bold, whilo the
rent rnmnlns In tuo nanos oi tue lurmctu.
A noon mnitlelne ts a weloomo friend In
every honsenold, for It not only rolluvos tho
sick bnt it brink with It tlio asDiirsiieo of a
speedy cure. Such a medicine Is Viiuokha's
Compound Iodlnlzed Cod Liver (III. Iloing
live limes as strong as tho host Cod Liver
Oils nold. It will euro affections of tlio hums.
Ac, by arresting tho disease, whilo others
only givo tomporsry roliof. Kvory ono sulfur-
nig siiouid give a truu. ii is uoiu overy.
HlOIl OOMCI.IMI'.NT. Natiomai, Thack Jmu
inn Ahsooiatiom, Ko.ton May 81, 1HA9 Dear
Mm: I take gruai pieasuro in aavismg you
olllelslly that at a meeting of tbo Kxecutlvo
Oommiitee of this Association, hidden nn
Harnritay ovenlnff, tl was, on motion of Hr,
B. T). Jordan, uninlmonsiv voted.
Tliat, If any nianoa aro to be u.od In the
tinrrorniaiioo at trie uuiisoum, tuey unau no
tno grana oreuostrai uiauus ui juu.sr. uai
Ut, Pavls A Co.
I remain, gentlemen,
ltuspeelfully yonr ob't servant,
llssHV O. Pabksu, Bec'y,
Messrs. IT ai.i.kt, Davis A Co., lloston.
rAnTmrr.AB attention Is direeted to tho ail
vertisement of Honk for thn Mllllisi Maii
hiaohOiuiis -ill another column, It should
bo ruad by all.
Asa Packer's Letter of Acceptance.
Hon. Asa fncker hat ftiblressml the fol
lowing letter to tho committee appointed
to inform him of bis nomination for Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania; - ,,. .. . . . ,
Op.sTi.r.MrM: At tho first eonveiiltnco I re
ply to yonr oeremnnicatton (nforminfr tne of
my nomination bv the Democratic HUlo Con
vention of tho 4ihlnst for thoofrieoof (tov
omor of Pennsylvania. I desiro to mako duo
aekuowledgment for this hiKh ovideuco of
tlio esteem nnd friendship of my fellow-citl-xons
and to say that I accept tho nomina
tion tendered me. Having, at tlio solleita
t on of my friends, with unfeigned reluctance
linen Induced to permit the uo of my name
fur nomination, my acceptance becomes a
Diattor of cuurao if not of duty, but I an
nounce It with a very deep sense of the ro
srsmsibtlittcs assumed. My. roliance In
accepting tho position of candi
date, and agreeing to perform executive
service for tiie people, l not nlono upon my
own strength or good Intentions, but mainly
npnn tlio popular Indulgence and generous
support nnd npon lhl superintending Trnv
Idenco wlilrh cn bless tlio lalsirs of pnhlio
men. If I slinll bo placed, by tho vote of
thn people, in the gnhomatnrlnl chair, I shall
endeavor to meet tliooxpectationn of friendu
and all who have at heart the true Interests
of onr commonwealth. To this end I shall
lnlsir to secure tlioso objocls In which we feel
a common Interest, and concern, among which
nro tlio preservation of tho stale credit, a ro
thielinn of tho stnlo i'ensis lo their low
est . prsetleahlo point, thereby lessening tho
burden and taxation of the people, tlio en
cenraaeiii.nt n the liberal syslem of improve
incuts for Intercourse and trade, In order Hint,
the productions may bo increased, labor moro
amply rewarded, and general prosperity so
pnred, adjnst the execution of tho laws lu
voMng a cautious and sparine; use of tho
powers to pardon olTcnders, so thst good
faith shall bo kept among tho people, and
crime bn reorcsseil. a promotion of the edit.
ration of our youth by the general system of
orijanlr.ctl sonoois ami ny special insiiiutlons
of learning, so tlint knowleilgo Slid virtue
shall bceomo moro sud moro solid founda
tions of onr free political sy.tem, and. lastly,
tiie restoration of imrily and chsrncUir lo nnr
(lovornmeiit by tlio pulling down or pro
venting of epoclftl and eotrnpt legislation
and all Improper uses or lunnuui inent of the
public funds. To these general objects,
however, should be added a careful attention
by tho fl'ivcrntuont to the Interest of
lalior. Having oarnod my bread
liy thn labor of my hands during
many, and, I may add, the happiest yearn or
my life, and owing wliatuver I posscss.undor
the providence of Clod, lo patient, and hon
est toil, I can never bo unniiudliil of the In
tiirest of thnso with whein my on tiro life bos
lieen associated. Innamneli a my pursuits
and training has not qualified me for sneoeli
making, or for the snlteilatlon of vites, it
will not bo expected that I shall nnderlako
tho performance of activo tint ice In tho can
vas about to begin; hut my lifo, conduct and
character aro bn.oro my fellow-citizens for
their examination, and tliey will afford them
better means of Judging of my fitness as a
candidate fur popular support tlinu anything
I could now sny. I am, Kontleuion, very re
spect fully yours.
irMgneill ASA A ACKI.il.
Mnlndehihla, July Z2.
To linn, C. 11. llnckalow, Lewis 0. Cawltly
nud 11. L. Maugon.
The Negro Issue Must be Preserved.
Tho bowlinfts of Wendell l'liiltps nnd his
Anll-Slaverv Htnndnrd touch tlio chord to
which the heart of radicalism just now vi
brates. Tbo party is breaking np. It bns
lost Virginia. It is about losing Timnessen.
It will lose Mississippi nnd Texas. It has
failed to gain Georgia. It ban failed to gain
any white, voles iu the r.outh, "by robbing
to break down its social and property orgnn.
l7,ation,nnd distribute the plantations among
tho tiegroen." It is losing the votes of oven
ttio nrgrocg theniselvos. "When tho fif
t icu(li amendment is rati lied, the republi
can party will loose IM hold on Uiccoiorcd
Granlmlght havo nvertod the disaster
might ovon vet snvo tho party, if bo wonld.
liut he Ih "thoughtless nnd timid." Hois
"weak and irrcHolnto." He bos no "staU's
muu's courage," Ho is "unfit for bis great
placo." Ho is it mern "camp catilain,"
made proHidcut. And In tbe men whotn ho
lias called around bim, "ho has blundered
in his oboico like n child." "Tiie adininis-
trntion seems without wisdom," Nono of
the cabinet grasps the sltnntion. Itawlins
means to bo radical, bnt "believes iu bis
chief too closely." Robeson is uukuown.
Creswcll "cares moro to build np himself
tn Maryland than build tip tbo pnrty. Cox
betrayed mdtcullsm lon r ago." Fish "is
not o ns nnd never was." lloutwell In tbo
only man of "definite ideas," but ho Is nlono.
Hni'h Is tha Indictment of tho administra
tion by tho mnn who bus always furnished
thn brains of thn radical party.
Tho fault with Grant In the sight of saga
clous radicals like Philips, is thnt "bo do
stroa to get rid of the negro Isstio In nation
ol politics." That Issue la the lifo of the
party. When that Issue disappears, tho
party will disappear, "l'rotection" would
not keep it alivo through ft single campaign
nnd "protection" mid tho nigger nro tlio
only two ideas the party has loft Tbo nig
ger is Its only hope. The nigger issue
must be kept boforo tbo country ut any and
nil hazards. If Grant will not help
tho party to preserve that Issue, and
thus preserve its organic lifo. It
will go to pieces; but out of its ruing will
como forth a now radical party, which 'will
have broader issues, aud being froo from
oftloo, will bo bold In carrying thorn out"
Hnch Is tho throat-the alternative held nut
to the ndminiutrntiiin, only three months
nfter. Its ncccssion, by the pnrty which olo-
vatcd It to power. The Tjlorir.ing tenden
cies of tho "enmp-enptain mndo president"
liiivo brought him into a position of grcot-
er difficulty than he ovor occupied in nil
uls military campaigns. That bo will prove
ccpial to tho emergency, few pcoplo in
either political parly believe.
r.x-dov. Hhnrkoy, of Mississippi, Iioh
boon In Washington. IIo represents the
ooudttioo of affairs In bis stuto ns very
hopeful, ftiid ft gruut nnitety among tbo
chiasm to bnvo tho HUite buck In tho union,
Tho conservative convention will meet iu
Hoptomhor, nnd he thinks there is no doubt
about judgn Dent receiving thn nomination
on that tiekut Although ho Is not nocorht
bio to many of tbo bona fiil residents of
tho state, they havo concluded to accept
him, behoving thut bis election will secure.
tno re-uitiiiission oi the slnto. tne con
servative republicans will encounter much
opposition. (Ion. Amos, tbe military
commander Is pledged to tbe ultnt radi
cals, bun will uo Uuubt do nil in bis power
to soenrn tbo success of their ticket.
James L. Alcorn, an old resident of the
northern portion of tho stuto. is tlio promi
nent ciiuiluiuto ror the Rtihomutoriul nomi
nation ou tho nitre radical ticket Alcorn
was elected to jtho United Htuton Senate
from Mississippi In 1855, and for many
yours was a prominent politician of tho
state, uov. hhurkoy bus uo nouhl or the
success of Judge Dent uud ithiuks bis ma
jority wl'l bo very lurgo if tho oloclion
Is to bo commoted burly, oh many negroes
will veto the conservative republican tick.
et The nominees for congress will be
mon who havo been oouservatlvo republi
cans. Tho democracy have a largo majori
ty, In tho state, but will submissively
support consorvntlvo republicans by
way or appeasing the "improme go 'cm
Tub ApMiNisTnATioM and Btokes. It Is
announced that Uontwell has wrltton a lot
tor endorsing Htokes. He is greatly Intor
oslud ItiHhe snocess of Htokes. Ho regards
tho supporters of Htokes as tho true repnb
lioan pnrty of Tennessee. Let ns rejoioe
that Boraouody bns been found to endorse
Htokes, In this fiontwell and tho federal
administration nro doubtless ono in fooling
and ouo In action. In tbo ponding Ten
nessee election tho w hole intluenoo of the
federal administration nusy bo couutvd on
Wo need not remind our readers of the
political genealogy of Htokes. Ho Is tho
man whose disgraceful record was iiiarcl-
lessly oxposed in congress by Eldedge
uiuou io tuo aijoomuture or utouos,
Stokes was a rebel aud u violent rulieL
I to is now ft radical and it violent ruilicu),
though uot too railical for lloutwell. 11
us hope be will be Jrejeotod by tho people
OI X umiesHHuo.
- Another eouvict bus escaped from King
-W."K. Cole finiftht la Skunk River,
the other day, ft. gar fish four nnd bnlf
loot long, ; ; ;
!lnope Vtarkins, of Marysllo, Ky., Is
the colored mother of flvo children at one
'Jtolto thr ft rejoctcd snttor Its wood,
nnd sho wouldn't He Cooed, but ehe
Illinois has 400 newspapers published
within tho state. Of tlioso, 01 nro publish
ed In Chicago.
It Is ft singular fact that the Tale snln
tntoriun of this yoo,r was tbe son of tbo
salntatorian In 1810, fifty years ago.
A panper recently left it Mnssnohnsetls
ahnsboUHO bocauso sho could not .bnvo
sirloin steak and green too served tip ftt
midnight, , ; j 7 - J ' I ;
"The1 American Farm Book tuciBions
ft horso thnt tliod nt sixty-seven yonrs of
ngo, nnd another thnt wns quite coltish in
bis forty-fifth year.
Tlio collection of bones on- the battle
fields of Virginia, to bo Bse'd ai ferlilirers,
Is now prosocntoU on a rodular business by
tho people. v
--A hen In Newport has laid fin egg
which upon ono side tins nn neenrntn dinl
of ft clock, tho entiro twolvo figures being
very plainly dollned. r--. , , T . 1 ,
Trofossor Cnsllc, of ITppor Alton," has
invented nn "interest bible, nml bos sold
tho patent for the name toChnrk'S K. Mills,
of bt Lonis, for tho snm of 10,(K).
A mnslodnn's tooth, threo inches long
and over nn ineh squaro Rt tho crown, has
been dug up in Corning N. Y, One five
inches long was found near tbo nvme placo
ft few yonrs ngo.
Iu tho new ofllco of tho Krio Knilrond
Oonirstny iu New York tho safo nlouo cost
$:(0, (MM), is seven stories high, nnd would
niuko quito n eomfortubla littlo roi idoneo
for ft small family.
Cnssopolis, Mich., bos ft vigorous old
man, in tho porson of Mr. Iavid Histcd,
now 70 years of ago, who cut one aero of
wheat with a crndlo iu ono hour and forty
The surviving fYalo College graduates
of tho lust century are Hon. F ltncoii. I ti
cs N. V., elans of 1701; T. P.ifdiop, class of
1 r.H, nun 1110 Jtov. (.'has. uoodrteli, 1 cun
Town, l'a., class of 17'J
Tho sen serpant was soon on tho eve
ning of July -lib, off Capo Ann. Ho was
from CO to HO feet in length, lifting himself
up out of tho water n good length, and
took tbiugs very coolly.
John Vonn, of Wobbor's Falls,' Ark.,
plowed ont ft keg of 6,000 Hpnnish dollars
recently, the keg having tho rotted appear
ance of long burial, while tho coins have nn
swoot a ring ns ever.
Tbo Bnprcmn Conrt of North Carolina
has Just decided that interniarringe between
a member of tho colored rue i and a membvr
of tho whito race in unlawful, nnd therefore
void nccordiug to tbe lnws of tbo Blato.
A lady w hoso watch had nnacconntably
stopped, enrrird it to n Htnmford jowellcr
who discovered that nn enterprising bed
bng bnd found its wny into tho interior nnd
bceomo "mixed up" with tho delicate ma
chinery. Four compui leg of tho Han Francisco
military have besn muntond out of tho
service for disobedience to ordors in refus
ing to ninrch in tho Fourth of July proces
sion, in which colored men wero ullowod
to btko part
Tbo daughter of John O. Clark, of
New York, who luynturioUHly tusai .peered
six weeks ago, nnd for whom ft reward of
fU.MiO wns offered, has been discovered
in Ireland, whore sho had gono with an
Tho business portion of tho town of
Milton, iu Florida, nt tho head of l'eiisaco
lit Hay, was entirely destroyed by tiro a
fow days ngo. Very littlo of the destroyed
proporty was liurarod. Tbo county reoords
wero nil lost
ThoTIow York Tribnno Is responsible
for tho almost Incredible story thnt Mux
Maretzek, tho world renowned hero of n
hundred operntin companies, is now dili
gently nnd profitably employed in tho man
ufacture of brick I
llenorls hnvo boon received from tbo
General Istnd Ofllco, showing the complo.
Honor tho survey of twenty additional
townships lying between Hulino mid Salo
mon Forks on tho Kansas Itiver, embrac
ing nn aggregate area ot 1M),000 acres.
Jonnio Juno sums up an nrtiulo on
tho woman question in theso words: "The
modern wife, who demands everything
bnt Drives nothing in return, is ft libel
npnn womanhood, nnd has a claim upon
nothing bnt toleration or contempt"
Mr. O'Connor, Biiperintondcnt of tho
Nnwsboys Lodging House in 1 urlt placo.
Now York, proposos nn excursion ana pic
nic for thn flvo or ton hundred newsboys
mid bootblacks thnt gather from week to
week at his home, provided the benevolent
public will furnish tuo means.
Raid Ijord John llussell lo Mr. Hume,
nt A sooiid dinner: "What do you consider
tho object of legislation '(" "Tho greatest
Kood to tho greatost nniubor. "W hut do
you consider the groiitcHt number V" con
tinued bis lordship. ".Number one, was
tho oommouer's prompt reply.
A boy whilo angling in tbo canal nt Cin-
ciunuti, ft few days since,, got what be
thought a vory promising bite. Ho cau
tiously tirew iu ins into, wuuu no luuuu nil
tho book a Ruiull tin box, which he opened
and found to contain (110 in silver, 10 in
greenbacks, aud two gold rings, worth $10
Tbo Hncrnmento Union of July 11,
says: "J. II. Ilrown, freight ngent of tho
Central Facifin lluilroad, iu this city, yes
terday received a packugo tncloHtiij; a rose
plucked in Unutral i'urk, June zi, Hllacuod
to which was ft slip bcuring Die Houtcnco:
Now York sends fiuxotr to Han I ruucisco."
The Beymour, Ind., Times tells of it
curious cttHO wherein bed clothing infected
seventeen years ago, recently oominunicat
od smallpox to ft uiuiily. The bed clothing
hud been plastered up in wall, and tho
wull being recently oponcd, tho family in
cautiously handled tho infected clothing.
The famous "bauntod hotiHo" in Water-
town, Mass., of which ft highly sensational
nocount with illustrations, wns given iu ft
magazine a year or so ngo, bus been trans
formed into a quiet pleasant home, a gen-
tinman who was not afraid of "ghosts"
having purchased it at ft Uirguin uud improved
A cow bolonutna to Mr. George Ames,
near Indupondenoe, Jackson county, Mo.,
was killed on the lfith lust, ny iigiiimng.
This makes ten bead of stock Mr. Ames
bus lost in the lust threo monihs- two
cows, by lightning, ono horso stolen, five
sboen killed by the rullingof ft lurgo tree,
and two mules from discus 0,
A correspondent of tho l'htladolplila
Lodgor writes thnt ft relative, a youth, who
had been atlliotud with epilepsy for the
period of three yours, from tho ago of 11 to
17, was completely onreu ny the minimis,
tnttion of bromide of potassium, in iiicreaa
ing doses up to ft certain quantity, Tbe
attacks became gradually fewer, and in
abont two years ceasod entirely. It ig as
sorted that not the slightest symptom of a
convulsion bag appeared la tho patient
ior ovor in res yours.
A Roman coolonlustlo, In reply to
whatever question might be proposed, ho
gan by saying: "I uiuko it distinction."
A corbiiu Cardinal, having invitsd him to
dine, proposed to derive some ftiiiusoment
for the company from tho well- kuown pec
uliarity of bis guest Haying that he had
an important question to propose, he ask
ed, "Is it under Any oirouuistauoeg lawful
to baptize in soup?" "I make a distiuo-
lion, said the priest; "if you ask, 'Is it
lawful to baptize in soun in tmnorulV
say uo; if you ask, 'Is it lawful to bapthse
iu yonr Excellency ' soupV' I sny yog
lor there is really 110 dill'oronco between it
The Weather —Building — Money
Amusements — The Lamb Family
Knitting Machine —The Woman's
Right Movement—What a Woman
Right Movement—What a Woman Can Do—Another Suffrage Convention
CHICAGO, Aug. 3. 1869.
Annthcf week of fair wost her and improved
proipcets for an ahnndant harvtst. JVepIn .
aro more hoporul than two weeks ae, anil
anticipate a good business season tin. tail.
Motwithstiitiiliiiu tlio general cumiihiiut or
dnlhicas tho streets aro full of puopie.
And tho cost of Ihe bnildiinrs alreadv rln.
Isht d this yesr and in Process of const Mic
tion fool np to the round sum of Im ii(',u
0 fnbtr.. And ft larger proportion of the :.
huildiiiKS erected this year aro of briik and
itono tiisB over before. 1 1 i ' r
accnmulnlcs In the banks, ami alt can be ac
commodated with loans who can obtain tho
proper endorsement, or put np the noedrnl
collateral". Oold is lower, and Oovernnieul
bonds sro h)glicrr and the rmiuetion of ths
mitlenal debt seven and a qnartfr millions
and f l:l,K',S'.,.ri'2l shice March let, shows Hint
wo are on tno mnn tmeoironcy and eeecio
Thcalrioala aro dull. Aiken la coin back
to Wood's Museum. The menagerie and 1 il
eus are tho ohief atlrai tions hero Juaj now
At. (leorgi)'s pie-nic, at Haan'. Paili vna a .
nionstur Ralheriiig, lugliiy enjoyml bv nianv
thoiisatiils. Pooplo aro making ell (o snn,.
mer resort by every t rain and boat.
Among Hie Inventions lo tlRhtcti thn toils
of the household and minister lo the health
snd comfort of its members, iiexlbi the sew
ing machine ranks tho knitting machine, bv
which the work of twenty or thirty davs can
he performed In one. Tluro are a ureal ra
riotyof these innchlnes, senio kiiitllmt only
a Hat web, and others a circnlar tube of uni
form ei7,e tliroiiKliiuit AttachiiHinla to lbs
circular machines havo licon ilevised to par
tially form a toe, or make a Inlilge for a heel, w
but tho objections to those improvements am
that they sro complicated and require too
much time and caro to complete their work,
from ten to twenty revolutions being required
to knit once around the fnLrln. All those'"
difficulties are obviated bv .
THE LAMB FAMILY ENITTING MACHINE.
which knits once around at every revolution
of the crank, and is the only machine that
sets np its own work, narrows and widens
without removing needles, narrows oil the ,
toe complete; knits a regular heel, or -a i
aiMcklng of any size, or tho double, ribbed,
or fancy Hat wob. It knits the s.lno slltcli
made by hand, and all kinds of staple and
flUICV Kllit KOOlls. Slll'll RS shawls, luuwlu
Jackets, nndershirts.drawors.crndle blankets,
comforts, leggins, tidies, gloves, mlltons.
,Ve. It Is so simple a chihl ten years old c m
work it. is durable, and not liable to irel nut
of order. It is tho only perfect kiiiltinir
machino In use, and will completo ten inirs
of stockings ft day. Klcbt thoussml havo '
been sold. Dransoii A llulbert, Ifi Waslung
tott street, Chicago, aro genoial agouls fur .
tho Northwost, who send circulars and sam
ples of the work on application porsonnllyor
by mall. They have imt n a long time tn'ljio
business, and aro thoroughly reliable aud
THE WOMAN'S RIGHT MOVEMENT.
has summed a promliiencs In the public
llllnd. IllieXOCCted to both fl-ioiiila an,l f. .jim
The Journals and special advocates devoted
10 iwutnnn suurago are earnest ami bolligei
cut, and with conventions, lectures,
petitions, Ac, koep up quite a lively
agitation. Of cotirso . tho ec
centricities and mvprndi neics of somo of its
advocates aro chaigcd to the on 11 ho itself, as
proof Hi it women sro not lit to bo entrusted
with the ballet. Hut reasonable ami think- .
ing raon will indue of a cause hy its merits
nud not by the demerits of its advocates. It
is not always tho noisiest and most olhYlnua
champions thai do a risk! cause most elllclunl '
service. It la not tlioso who proclaim upon
tho housetops, what should bo dime, but
thoso who quietly go and do (, who aio the
truest woi sera for woman's cause, and win
the moat friends for it
WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO.
There Is a striking oxnmplo of this rfti.
oieucy, iu tlio history of a quiet, Indy-hko,
well kuown woman or this city. Those who
attended tho Hunit ury Fair hero, In 1 Ht . will
remember Mrs. Myra llradwull. wifo of Judge
liradweli, HUporiiiUmiknt of the department
of Arms, Trophies aud I'lirlositieH, in llrjan
Hall. The great success of that ilepartinelit
of tho Fair, was chit Ily duo to their exer
tions. Mrs. Jlradwell being absent from the
Hnll but one day out of thirty, and nevor
leaving It fur fourteen successive days.
When an appropriation from tho Luglsliilurn
was needed for the Unldiers' Home, in ln.7,
Mrs. liradweli, at thu Instance, of some of onr
loading citizens, was soul to HpriuKllehl to
secure It, ami aiieeooded In getting UI.IHXI
12,000 a . ysor, for two years,
for that institution. Having . a
good legal mind, improved by a IhoroiiKh ap
prenticeship Iu her husband's ofllco, and see
ing au unoccupied bold which she felt ahl
to cultivate, sho quietly took possession, and
Isst October, bvgan tho publication of the.
Oblchgo Ao;ii A'sics, which as iia name '
iuqKirts gives tho decisions of tlio comts,
especially of tho V. H. Courts ami of the
mates' Hnpreme Courts, in all iniliortimt
cases, as soon as they nrn tlelivorod, nud a
long time in advance of the ordinary publica
tion. Ho that it bns become almost'indispeu
sublo to every good lawyer. And tho Legis
lature of Illinois looked with so much favor
upon th enterprise, and deeniod her so well
qunlilled toionduct it, that by special acts,
they gavo her full powers of incorporation
a favor, I believe never before shown to a wo
man iu this xouulry declared the Legal
News a newspaper within the meaning of tlio
statute, authorized tho publication ill it the
luws of tlio Htatu, and directed tho Hecrutary
of Htatfl to furnish Mrs, liradweli with certi
fied copies of the laws as fust as they were
enacted, and made tho laws and legal decis
ions, pnblished in tho Legal Newt piima
fueio ovideneo ill all the Courts of the Htato,
The paper is admirably ooiulilciteil, has the
oolilidenco of both the bench and the hair1,
and, with such an official and professional en
dorsement it lias already attained a wide cir
culation and tho best assurance, of along and
1 mention theso facta, not to commend
Mrs. liradweli or her paper for they do net
lined my encomium but, to illustrate the
truth, that tho best way for women to en
largo their opportunities for usefulness is to
iuipruvu (linnet bey already havo. One strik
ing examplo such as I have here narrated, is
worth to tlio cause of woman a whole year of
suffrage conventions, lectures and tloiiuticia-
tlous of "the tyrant man."
ANOTHER SUFFRAGE CONVENTION
Is to bo bold boro tho first part of Hoplom-her.
BISHOP WHITEHOUSE ENJOINED.
Judge Jameson to-day, refunod tho motion
lo dissolve thn injunction against the bishop's
packed court proceeding with the trial of
ltuv. Charles F.. Cheney. . The Judge closed
his decision by declaring that not a similar
tribunal has existed or been guilty of rticli In
Jttsticte since tho days of Scroggg aud Jef
freys. Tho lllshop's party have appealed the ca.o
lo the Kupreme Court, before which it will
coma 111 Heptember. Titers is to bo an illus
trated caricature of tbo trial Issued, 1 under
stand, aoon. s. N. h.
BISHOP WHITEHOUSE ENJOINED. No. 28.
Nervous Doblllty with Its gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhmo,
loss of powor, diisy head, loss of memory,
and threatened impotence and Imbecility,
uiiu .uvuruiKu uuiu 111 jiunipurcy s llolutv
pathlo ripcuillo, No. twunty-uigbt, Coiiipoaed
of the most valuable mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at onoe at thu root of the
matter, tono up tbo system, arrest tlio dis.
ohargoe, aud impart vigor aud energy, lifo
and vitality to the enure man. They have
oured thousands of cases. Prioe $1.60 par
Iiackage of six boxes aud vial, which is very
uiportant in obstinate and old oases, or tl
pur singlo box. Hold by all druggists, aud
aeut by mall on receipt of price, AiMresg
Humphrey' Hpeoillo Hiimoopatbio Modioiue
Co., &e2 ltroadway. Now York.
Many years ago tlio writer of this notico
and an invalid physician, while visiting tho
Island of Ht. Croix for thoir health, experi
enced and witnessed many surprising and
bouofiuial effect, of tho Hum there produced
upon many of the Invalid who were, like
ouraolvos, seeking health, aud upon- inquiry
aud liivesticatlun, obtained a lull hjst ry of
its medicinal virtues. Ho was delighted and
surprised, and determined to make it the ba
sis of aToniu and Hoatorativo Medicine Tho
result of his labors was a glorious snooosi for
himaulf and sulleriug humanity. . The cele
brated Plantation JlrrrKHS was thus made
kuowu lo the world, lloiug au arliolo of
real merit, fouudnd on now principles, and
relying wholly upon the vegetable kingdom
for its uiudiuiiial vlleots, it worked a rapid
revolution in tbe treatment of physical lia
bility. . , , , . ,
Maonoi.ia WATKn.- Htiporlor to th best
imported Uormaii Cologne, aud sold at ball