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LI M "I R, OAL, WVOOD.
LEST PITTSIIUIG, ANTHRAr'TE AND
SkU IfR -4aWCEL..
ALPO CKtE, FOR THIRD DISTrIOT,
DELI' I1:I.D AT LOWEST MARKET PRICEd, FROM
F I : BARInELs UPWARD.,
With LUNI.VLALED I'RUMPT'ES$, In obedience to
No 10 Caroanelet atreL
Order. t..ken on Ilve.e opoalte Esplacde street, and at
-lC% r .,' I I. lNio d i , ie treL. .
bitcrac . Ciuttuo Pr-.ar ad actorlies eapplled at rI
I.ew Prteo for e onk. O f
COAL.... ............ . ..COAL. Oil
MOUNT CARBON COAL,
Fr·mr t!.a mines of the Big Muddy River In Illinois.
7 r sale in i all or lar.e qnanUtt . at the lowest prices
euad the ',,winlg ceriflrete :
T1 e Mnr,rt iCrbon Coal has booeen thoroughly tested by u
and we Ibehn e it to be the beat Amoercn Cos. in this market
Oas :nose e
Jtnse K. Pe'1, Baer Toledann,
Dr. Dantel C Holllday, Wrnry Thimrnbll,
Martin (Ordi.n, ,an.s T. Ti,,ker,
.1 I BInvenu, .1 H. Woods,
E. I. Rnlhbrdt. A J Buck,
rlice. HIne A Tupper, Cha. Robb,h
It. tir,,avel, Lewis Wolfly,
0Go Joan.., W I. Bodrgoa An
I. . M Isaacon, an I many 'there
Also for *sal a maill lnanItyr of lck anol nut coal. nitable ear
for corn r:. ,. ., it.l pcrl..r.e , l i , c.uo presa, f
eo., etc., at low pric. App y to
WALTER N. PHILLIPS. AS
24 tarosdclea nirnet
PETER s w. LBUILDE , L
seturns thanks to the eitiseas of New Orlans for their - TE
tronage for the last twenty years. He hb now made exteo. fra
give wlditi n.i to l.i Workoh.op., and introdl.ced a" venal wood- f
working n at hIs, which will enable him C. attend prontly
to lly tullnue- In his line thop and of.Le corner of Fry
tisa and 'WashiLon streets, Mbhanalca' Exchange, box
COAL..............COAL ................. COAL. I
Over IMO 000 bbis. of the best Plttaberg C0o J
For Pain. Whoteale asd Retsail. deltered slogn tbhe (oat
s61,_e a. d ltl.w nl.e cly by the boator bargeloalit.a the
Iwwest market Brice tiectal attndl.,, given to cirty nrders.
Appl to BOYD. WILxa A (CO., Lti Peodrs Stc,
Yrd--o o treet lllermer pe tMrelt
TlBOPIAL BOOFINGl M•AUFACTORY,
DEALE IN COAL, CAIIA IOAIe. tI(OK, WHITE
ItAD ANt) FIRRWOOI),
NO. 334 Blleewlle I crQ s or asras. 01
Orders left at the above plas, or Box 6i, Mechbaise' at
ahlnea will ru-alv pronmpt atteaLtMn.
OPE (C'Uit FOIR COUGHS. COLDS
In all Diseases of the Throat n I Langs nequtlrtg the lne
of a mild, eoothing and decidedly eicient remedy, this pre
paration may be uaed by persons of all ace. from "the in
fant Ipewlinr and poking in Its narn' airms," to where "the
sixth age shifts into toa ltma and slipperel& pantaloon," with
as mauh pr.~nlteet of relief as hom asy lormola in pharmacoplm.
POPE'B CURE FOR COUGHS has been uned in stis
etty for over ten yeas, with inceaiag dsmand; Is pot is bet
iese at 75. each. Try it. JOHN H. POP.L
I raggit, corner Jachom and rytania atreets.
Sold alsn by J..liN Dah.INVILLE, Druggist, corner
orap anv Pt'ydru o treets.
QPrt.aAA TSA'cEMENT Of tUdIKote1
s DIiEAbPF-lD Dn BIUItVA 'E will tahe cl.arje of and
iuaoantea cucn lbthe following obrinle diasase, vi : Secret
T... u W t. tte, Blennonrrhos. Ul .'er ) Roeum:tismn, ,oot,
Dypsoplit, i'!ilnrn,e, Liver C:,mp'amln. DIeaOe of the L'tlns
-= Orgae and De~a~rot. iunlth.nione every day trom 1I
o clnk a t!'! 1 r r at hi of'co. r, mrr of Orlelns and Bor. A
kon streat. Ilndenie, No 44 inuphine .irnmr.
DR JP. WILHOIT.
PHYI(CIAN AND AOCOUOHEUR.
Oice and stdenace No 21 Bart, ins, Betwean Goined ad
NEW OAL ANMI. LA.
Ofes hosre--ronm i a. to t e'tock P. B. Spetaillty:
Fema a Dlo a.s and unsotehtoe
FLA(c Ta - Meae. N. Riefler A Hitoaec No.
PYdIres etatnt. Raeaftetrren ot the Malakull tlateo:
Octtr-.'n--l h.r sathnhd the patenL that was rorit
rou by c hb l'. N nioverr:tnlt f.r mtnnthe turing the Mat , f
ltere. a. t ilondle In te tIrrnlrets emi I. lvd a bo.murec,
well dcaleate to ecmite o d ke,, In good order Ine difeobna
organs. I haove precrlbed ald Idlttenro seral times, t li.
eg rritane I hoad oesian to a rtl' ther bena T'ln
I enI ln, gcntlemen vnyv rerpectrnilly. ylor wt:
isdcletsrvmat A. I 'IER; M. D.1, 1 (ainai street
I bavea•amtned the pan.t you bold for the mwn._iuc. re ne
Nalahof ,;'ttors, and Incr ' o', tla IIt the r l.:r'inlernt. tne.,
calcnlated t nt Iivtrinn y np,- ntn h-n.n eyoem rc-'a.
hUer io lndnenite vnant tIe Indoee. It J-a n"-tlngho is
sordal airomatic bittet. di A. Sa lrH. l . a
Your )nAkenl' tnntv, wrl'ien I h pave aam'cl to an
fantan arny l,ialcv in;nr ,-iAL to hbrelh, at maT be moon
maed tnteoers whe t in want of a gn d roni -
Tor. RfT'IlPrTPPW.RT. V I.
A ItOO FOR TEam IIMrOITUNIAT
J. BALDWIN DUFN' TRKEATISE Ot PR'VtT4O DI
IMALS Ilnn,tnnben, t. ollt Pcvrroot DeOliry, with
Lotas mn im padlulmnt t Manrrtaes hould be re, n.y ,i con
Stasest18i marrtac. Lnt, b malil no rnelpt of rcents, by
J. IIalDW~l DUIr.
Mew Onuiss Mdital Inatlitue.
B;t M nc I cstnreet,
where a'l prtvate dtesltas ar anneefi .. -
GIMlAULT A CO., CHEMISTS,
St41 RIE ttili.Lk.L'. FASIL
AIthmn, Opptrealo. Ilyapesap . 1
IND!AW ClilARwirEn OF CANiANIS I.NDITIA,
Psaronoan (istanIvULT CO., ConaIISvSI PsI$.a
Recent Exr, lvernt In F-nne. ilcl4 od ~ r. mes- y vset
an-vod that nlei('ltnrotmte are a tivernlg remade I·.. tie
iahoao diotritcllt lntni.llit. as't*i: . w!cno t~aIIos.a .
is-tuacOiunu. and Upani mince lucoi to livereli
Digestwlo Eltalr Of Pepstlna
O txlH IT* A CO.., CHEMIBTS, PARIS.
pRINR1K.n hetlsat o-entllle discovery o Dr. Certslr,.
hyatlcia I, hi. m)ty tie tmperor of the Froench. Ic toe
Oeli von J cooo deed inn, Irn-,tnr Ilo tauatpoa -PIe rlioniils prllfied
wtlcbh on-i, IonS hI the .ni.iiut. Whet hr a.n~le c~,iO e
other, tlie lnpply of dlgorivn thild is tn smalln , the Ineeittble
ccnvcluenli,,lear bad dlsrelon. guteltia, gasnalirta, islam
mat,.. of t! Ci maorus aomt oat tih stno ach sad nowelo heart
Yara. ,t~ine. tn-.nna. Itea of streinth and (in fv~nnnaLa
*i ,,rn-.n T'.,nl xlr of Pep.li, whwic h a a nan tinu lytiyhe
spprobltll n or tIe Poril Andlemp of Meddins. wednly ure
l sonch disee.s, and prorvsta vomillng dring pregnancy.
A.PPROVYD BY THE iARIS ACADEI T 0O
utim du Iuesoma' lodldeorlfrea sad •m.
The treatment of nl r-c ·in ac r rrncwonv agctlona to alweyt 4
mag nand tedions with the piral prelar lone of eron, which
unt auurenncotey fail tnnif tn te nt.irach not beng this to
support them Ics renalch of Prnonsntno Haonn. of
Bra-oslo; t.losn and Fetrmaelm of Ly ; dbtlu e nd
Trncasu, of Yral, bane dsnotstoaid that thLi tanstsbl0
fnlur Is cu rnig ti the ahne of Randatm, whleh, as wel
as Iron. I sal r eet. nl es:eheut of the tnond The t'llls
.olrelf.r. al t·,o) aIn lortent de actpnle ihr a an atlctrc. aud
havc. err,--eunicntly. relncul In e pprnnli*taon ot the Acoiwnity
at MIlihlen aud tnhe e inircl sr'lctltie odas Thy Ire
Srocunr nluh.,lhnohto n i a' prf -ru.leon an, otlet oit n- II
ot trotalo is Iall esi aotlm and tsarsa as
MAT(LO T V 0G0LIS.
C s.. .te medicin. s hero Prim, thple Parel~rtp
wall ry. cet a ren Tas met rapid ad estr. :1ia
-rDeol anen lemot tad Olranle 'cuam ol prltva dtra
stre nuiaod i oi tndlrnei ThnshasntnaL
Ig-uP oa erallu . IBark and Drela.
OIIMAUL? A 00..
Cba to Is. L . Prin e m A , Pseo.. 9
This nirptdn e pestate imI - age able form, th etate
Oith Iron, ,oal tht p~annp e b s h ebotte boio It ie )re
erlbakd e ltbhe mneo elreo t phy lEcinl oa PIri °o sarn
Choretlk Itssat ttknlh e.) to faenO the dor e'npment ol
7own8 emnal. and to restor hlth and vigor to thi seLmn
a nnoir It rapidly reforLs dm atisanh eom
eIento calnoed by aema ad la.real to which mid, atn
ir eohbicet. T rmablate aond piet no th. flaw of the
atOl. uad i alo asriaon icr pel, ypmap s aud
cruaflnia. ehuldo. Lutly it IIoaOit4 tinsao0 silOpmmota
dlguaot. and is slcwnrmely ierdlal to II perenna whna
blood hab bar 4apnenthl my liuam, tsmgm nd diflfcult
Depot Oamel is New Citmi t
3 lint-ties -
Cauu'8 Orrtc Unnrexe BTrnts Denmcr' Onnu,
DeeLsier I, 1 .p.
Ia Banhuptey--TO setts ta o oB e that
5O[M TrOURMIIL has IbLed his petitisa to he dead a
imbompt. esth pwsar 0f W. n.n, was Led thnngoh
soadak It "hctd hayb e Damn Ony7 TheouIILL
Mr. John ThodUl bt rmt applied te the brnet of tihc
S-. WOIY, Depty Cl.
GREY JA KLl H 'IT -.
TO TRR EAILA. SWTEMM r ase4. T
Mew OrleaaS, Dee.amber 1. 1 te*.
In the year 19r the undersigned, pereiving that their
rielnd In the South were being imposed upon by thouaands
If rile compounds under the names of Whilie., Bradlee,
it, S.chnappe, Bitters,. etc., etc., determied to begin the
manufactsre of a pare medeiinal pirit at t of horme-ralised
Snutiern herbs, to supply the want of the peblic in thMb l, fra
which Lad created the demand. We celled oear piri p
GREY JACKET BITTERS. Ott
And so popular did they soon ,ecome that they are at this
early date (a little over three years fhom their irst man
facture) used all over the South.
THE MATERIALS WE USE 110W ARE THE SAME
AS WERE EMPLOYED BY US AT FIRST.
AND WE HAVE SO FAR BEAAD NO OOX
I'LAINTS OF GREY JACKET BITTERS BRING COUN
TERFEITED, while the pers ae filled wtth warnitngs
from Yankee amnufsctnrers of pretended or real coater
fe.ts of their medicated spiritL
TIIHAT THIRSE SPIRITS WERE BAD WAS UN
But with whom the responsibility propertrestedthe outh
ern people could not reasonably know, nor do we suppose
Tl.ey only ceaed to purchase them and bought the GREY
JACKET BITTBAS in their pieea.
OUR OLBJECT NOW 8 TO0 PROCLAIM TUAT TiHE
Great Soatherm Medletaal Spirits.
-Known s the
GREY JACKET BITTERS,
Hlave Never Been Cemmterfetted.
AND CAN ALWAYS BE RELIED UPON, AND THAT ce
AS FAR AS IS IN OUR POWER, SHALL ALWATS hi
I1E KEPlT PURE.
WE NEVER HAVE. NOR NEVER SHALL, MAKE
IWO KINDS OF BPIRITB.
We are Solthern Manufaeturers. g
EARNETT . LIh)N
tOLE 'MtAN iFACTUIRERI Or E(itF. ,IA 'KET
Bi lt.Ro, t
No. 13 New Levee Street
And 11 Fulton Street.
PE'W ORIWA'a. L4.
LT. ('CI R. ES INSTITUTTE-R- ARD!NG
S r .. , t',r To.ring L ':e--(" ,.':ttrci tpy M'm'
M, A L'I:.I AN', 114 and tli B i.rc,,,u ntri:. The I
I ,.e I : i , t It ztitnte are in :u'l 'our't:lo ru c ce
'",i1. .t i 'c ::her T,, t1,e ,dide rorps ,f -.." Tithers
t.,r l t tt. IC:o*titnte the Ditrotrmo hass ndd-iM ir Sureae
I .ist, to Mho oiltereK, Herm. uny nd lilninuare olo.
t id. Tisn eIcent 'rlofnsor wid resume his ir-,a' in the
i* . On-tt.ir Yn ladies, ot pnpii' of the lnstitte, moy
e .dT I odi to tlee ieMson. I,'r totne or rirculsr* ,ppy 1t
tor Iui-itute or through post oSeo box of tre KMaarins.
RM,. ,. -. CALDWELL,
TEACHER OF ALL BSANOHES
A Thorough NEhllh ]dOeemlse. Rodero
Lamunuaee and Music.
Vocal and Instrumental.
LANDBCAPE AfD PO'TKAITUIU 1
Oo. 125 Chsrtres Street. Nsw Orlena
PLor II oureck, New 4dl ro.. L,; Pr.' *1 II T' rue
',..r''in. $; (" ; }Inn. Trrimundi Lorly Let;ay,.na
ln J.io hltooc, Now Orisase, par'.. T. L. Uidwlei.
GUEEAL IaBl SMITE'S
BERY COUNTY., KENrUCKY.
(ton Ieptember Uth, 1~1. KIRBY TSITHT. with a cr's f
Mo· i, ,la ne on tiicat'ons are ! thhet order. will
opf.a fiewcatle Kentucky,
A MILITAIRT AGADEMY IO BOYS
Seary crocty. equl-dieitat (our mllee frem the Louisv/lle,
Frenkfort and Lexlington ad the Loulville and Cincinnlai
t. rui,.ni iotnueid with uch bye good maeldamiaed plke
si-i abocit two honr travel by ral from Louelsvleo.
Toe A.ldenlm buildings owned by Minelf. ere of modersa
n-i.trurt hU aolnirubly adapted for suhol pacpoeee nod s1tu
stri I the siburbd of the tore T~he tuoasdd of dedcurete
wll elm at tioinlghnre i every branch, to he detereulaed
I y hlp*rtusl and srachlnieelnmtotions The disciplise wiU
bes Ltrly nmilltary, reilritni pnntnatly and p1iroeptnee In
ICe pcd ri.,cre of eoryr autr. Th donsetic depurtmiun
wil' br c,,dlodd with elm aid tLbealiy, apg e to ceru re the
hilith, c :ifrt and notlmtmeot of the cholar. Te sebho
,tce so-ln In divided into two terms of twinty weeks each.
the irst corn.mencing oa Setembor 1.h. The charge fof
erOO~tiiii, svoloetlg uniform, bouSe and medicai alcemo
wo lli itchse lundrd and semvety fire dollasm In U. IS.
crronc) fir the entire ssion of forty weee pyable In two
equ"i Itotullmeote. moe ttle hegni lug of each tern 01 the
antonI .o deduction from theea charges wiI be made for
abrorce drinn the ter eaxeept In prtracted sickneal or
bonorele dit ~harig aend tem tb o atti e of 01 pee
current tern will he rsqOired
rantfhrm trnstbed on the meet resablie tiau. Bakl
and statinary at LoioillIe prices As the nuomber of puptl
Is limitedd thee withing to atcre plaeo lathe lotIntutleo
nhould ·eply at oan In thun maiuug his peranmt rcm
de seO l K btky ad devoting himelf to the eduelloS of
Ie ycath. the vi ne n l e0 naee the oo-ot0 eiemei his
iLends In thi em (unor.n
Forn t(ifIOifmrdatlsl nsdnrss U glInt S1[IE.
Sttdeem wil leave the arsst emlamene, on the Ihsnet
Faneu sw-oei da fall elp ef a imrlcer tl a
bamed ef Litertare ad Seee ra t Igt the bds
OsleSn and Unsdasen
A mit --n s an oa p ~ ae - Oe saie ; ea O
s 0t V.DOTI Sm---eesm
TWELeAPH COMPANY. 1
T n WATIO4A1.
TLAiGhAzfl (t ouPAYt
A new eterpdeis, to be kowm is the NATIONAI EL5. ch
GRAPH OOMPANY. has bem organised, with valuable
S franchies eealerred by a resem seot of Oemsr, for the pae.
pose of estobMobig TRUST LINES OF TELEGRAPH a at
al the prtcdal ramreadi snd md testes IL the Unle CI
States The Stoak Y to Me. L u ad e stmt priel e sa
thats of the Merchatw UVam ts r Ompay, whih m.s
or5tly commemed epete te dsi to tbo lateret the
ettre buinesm lo em tot Ia the enterprls. This Is do Oe a
not so mee to dpe of I thle Ses as ot ere thfs e a eu
asee of the country threlgh what the lioes pase
The Capital b to be ta
IIA o :
E - d I hd
p i l 1t000 Sbares. of the par vIlaee ofIt
aPT Or MIi
sio. Per sure.. gi
rts the oteal amoent to be paid is Caeo i.
5 Peer h arol l t
And this ameont is to be paid p a fOllows: One per dl
cent. at time of subscrming, and te more, until the entire
capitl has been subeeribed, and then on cllo to be made by It
te Board of Director; Instalments not to exceed five per
eat. per math. Wh i thirty-fe per mt. of the par V ale f(
of the shares has been paidr ertilote of stoek will be Ios d
sed. This will gt e the Comp any a paid oap
CASe . CAPITAL or atoOd a ioobe,
Which will be esmcient to duplicate lines to all, or nearly all.
the paying points reached by the present monopoly.
The present Telegraph Companies of the county have p bee 0
consolidated into one huge mooepely. and are now e arg b
ever six million, of dollars per year, or over one hundred per
AT cent on the actual cot of their lines, their preset capitl d
IS having bte wateredo ver oe thonusand per cent.
The NATIONAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY have a re
cognition from the United States Government of the impr
tance of their enterpri, with a grant of the most valahble
franchises ever conferred pon a Telegraph Company. ito
competing line has ever had the right now granted by Con.
greas to this Company to construct and operate lines over
every Railroad ad Mall uante in the United Stales The t
poettlon of this Company diSuse from that of any eampeay
eter before organised. The question of the Eight of Way I.
forever settled. a
The Stockholders of this Company cannot be sold out ae t
transferred to any other Company. The act of Congrese n
ET der which this Company heas been orgtanised prohibits
tLenlder of the trachise grouted.
CALLS-HOW TO BE MAiE.
One per cent, of the Stock will be required on subecrtbing,
and snbeeqcet callsa not to e:,rd ire per cent per month
will bh made by the Board of Directors, from time to Wtue, as
O ray be recessary, to supply fends to eonstrnot oi o top the
be lInes; Dat no calls will be made after the one per cent. Is paid
cue t. - the entire Capital SMoek shall have been subncdted.
metnal Cipital Requtrod,
irO The C'.uolny co'i·de'tit lo.i-e rot thirly lce per 'ent
o0 the CohlI bLhkok wlt, Ooto1n et oud fully eSrip
da rWLENrTu'lvl: TIHiUlIAD MiLLS OF WIlE,
Which will rornect all the crmmnerrlo enters and Importasn
paces In the United tatee. Th! opicnlion roots cpy tie
oea trust reliable estmotes and responsible *fers o cenlrnuct
.00: and e.tp the Hes.
The NATIONAL. TELEGRAPH COPleT is organised
- nder the tows of th Sta of New York, and br oese ses
Isrred by en sot ef Osegrom, aprovsd Jly St. 1BM.
-esident-GEOXOG B. BUNTER, of Olevesond. Oho.
Vkc treidenst-3OBERT SQUIREB, of New York cOty.
feoretory-G5OaGe 5. WALTER. oa Sew York Cloy.
i Ws0. 4 AND ES BROAD WtA W.
ent VlEW YORK.
tLe AlUted emeater ike Cpit Steek of th a Oampm s
re a eahbtg. will be pled apes equal torms with tie cor
I kin saers, and will eseiue hike teteream a all franchises wtlch
S have Beorsed. er ma hereafter a.*aa. to the Compeay.
S DANIEL EDWARDS.
Yarna and leaiLane,
At tke oat se e . DuihCe.,
- st~er to h 5 Shiner, DANIEL inWAin. of
m. l te~ed
P1st & etrtau 6rtsttul. .
8iNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1867. b
___~ - - - -- U
NEW URCOOMMI CIAL SAMPLES.
BY CHARLES DICxxS.
ABoAnD SHIP. tl
My journey as Uncommercial Triveler for the b
firm of II Sman latercat lbrothers have n): slack- h
,-Led suce I last reported of them, but have kept d
mre i atonually on the wove. I r'ma.n .in the b
taroe :ole employment. I never ioAlclt an order, d
I rever get any comnis-ion-I am tho roiling d
o:cec that g,.there no mus, -unless any ano.,d by b
chance be lund among these S~mple-.
Some ha;f a year ago I found myself in my
id!est. drea~nest and leapt accountable condit.ian c
: tge'ter, on beard ship. in the harbor of the a
c:ty if N a York, in the no!td4 States of Amer- P
ica. Of all the gccd ships aet)at, mine was the d
gecd steam-hip 1.u-sia. Captain CooK, Cinard L
Lire. toned for Liverpool. What more could 1 ti
I had nothing to wish for hut a prospernaous p- v
sage. Myv salad-days. when I was green of vtage it
sand sea-sic., being gone with better things tand a
worse) no coming event cast its shadow before. t
I might buta few moments previously have imi
tated bterne, and said : " And yet methinks, Es- .s
genius"'-laying my forefinger wistfully on his ti
coat sleeve, thus-" and yet, methinks, Eugenius, t
'tie but so ry work to part with thee, for what h
fresh fields, my dear Figenius, can be fresher t,
than thou art, and in what pasture shall I find
Elhza-or ciall her, Engeniu. if thou wilt, Annie?" a
I say I mlght have done this, but Eugenius was v
gone, and I hadn't dune it. i
I was resting on a skylight on the hurricane
deck, watching the working of the ship very
slowly about, that she might head for England. s
It was high noon, on a most briliant day in April, L
and the beautiiul bay was glortous and glowing. P
Full many a time on shore there I had seen the
snow come down, down, down, (itself like down,) I
until it lay deep in all the ways of men, and par- I
ticu!atly, as it seemed, in my way, for I hal not i
gone dry shod many hours for months. Within
two or three days last passed had I watched the a
feathery fall setting in with the ardor of a new
idea. instead of dragging at the skirts of a worn I
out winter, and permitung glimpses of a fresh
young spring. But a bright sun and a clear sky t
had melted the snow in the great crucible of na"
tore. and it had been poured out again that morn
ing over sea and land, transformed into myriads I
of gold and silver sparkles.
The ship was fragrant with flowers. Some
thing of the old Mexican passion for flowers may a
have gradually passed into North Amerisca, where
flowers are luxuriously grown and tastefully
ccmbhced in the richest profusion; but, be that I
as it may. such gorgeous farewells in flowers had
come on board that the small officers' cabin on I
deck, which tenanted, bloomed over into the ad i
jacent scuppers, and banks of other Ilowers that 1
it couldn't hold made garden of the unoccu- I
pied tables in the passengers' saloon. These de
liclous scents of the shtne, mingling with the
fresh airs of the sea, made the atmosphere a
dreamy, an enchanting one. And so, with the
watch aloft setting all the sails, and w'th the
screw below revolving at a mighty rate, and
occasionally giving the ship an angry shate for
reeistlrg, I fell into my idlest ways and lost tmy.
As, for instance, whether it was I was lying
there, or some other entity even more myateri
one, was a matter I was tar too lazy to look minto.
What did it signify to me if it were I or, to the
more m) sterions entit", if it were he ? Equally as
to the remembrance that drowsily floated by me
or by him-why ask when or where the things
happened ? Was it not enough that they befell at
some imne, somewhere ?
antis was that aseisting at the church service
on board another steamship, one SundaJ, in a stiff
breeze. Perhaps on the passlee out. No matter.
Pleasant to bear the ship's bells go, as like church
hells as they conld: pleasant to see the watch off
duty mustered, and come in; best ha's, best
G(ternsevs, washed hands and faces, smoothed
heads. But then arose a set of circumstances so
rampantly comical, that no check which the
gravest intentions could put upon them would
hold them in hard. Thus the scene. Some seventy
passengers assembled at the saloon tables. Pray er
Scoks on tables. nhip rolling heavily. Pause.
No min:ster. Pumor has related that a modest
IcoLg clergyman on board has re-ponded to the
captain's rtqueot that he will ouiciate. Pause
Eo.:ir, and very heavy rolling.
C'losed double doors suddenly burot onen. and
two strong stewards skate in, supporting minister
between them. Genera! appearance, as of some
Iody picke d up, drunk and incapatbe, and rnder
conveyance to st'ation-Lioue. ?'oipage, pa-.e.
and p.rticolaRly heavy rolling. Stewards watch
their oppu rtunity, and balance thiemecivcs, but
caLhot ib lain e n,aiat".r. w ho. etrug!ling w:ti a
drooping bead d a b , kward tendency, scnt1:
dttel:otit.d th.,t Le skui, be got to t:e recing
desk in mid sailoo. . hleok ptaible. selidioa avsy
down a lung tA1le and aiming itself at tU.c lirc-s's
of various nion.ber of the coiurrcgatioo. l[,re
the doul!e doors, wich Lave been carefully cl.ed
by other stewards, t!y pen acaic, anol wordl:
passenger tumble in, seem ngly with P- Ale
desi n, who, sceking f,,cnd, .ays, Joe " Per
ceiving min, gruy, as, "iu, ll' B-g your
paidouh'" and tu.bles (,ut again. All th!b time
tie congregation La e bet u Ir. akitg up into sects
- es tLe nunner of concrego a' n of - i- . -.t
ct, stl'dir. by itelf ard ',! l Ip''''!-' i 1 :,- - w- -
, se. t whii'b si d r'l rs , it . e e rro r . ' ro t
p",ot of di't lt s Oon atit l ired in e. c I nr, at l
SI(n t r. 're'. 1. Pw n l .t : t, t . it!' ad isha
rt ':Unet n'-'':ter to t.' !t'('+' In tiet- cent-r it
s ;- n,, )it rh he en `ra ,, a: h t' th ,* -;kkale
s o at d leave Lin in condition to arrange all urs
w" i lock.
'hlrb aer arcnther qntanv., w.etn an oniF',r 0r
the , 'p r t;: t.iet s.'v.e . I t- .:-ia t 1. i:a
prelive, n~ti! we foll op'n th' d,.mrnerona ani
l:erftr'ly trn, c m·ary e , ,.rim, nt of -tr.kng upI
a hr'nn. Alter it was gi. n out we all arose, bit
e er body Iit it to smceboLdy el.e to becin.
. eriee r-sntiint, thle itet er (nO singer himiis !t;
railer relr,~c:ltl!ly Rgave us the first line sati
cpLn wt:ch arosy ippipn if an i!d getntlrman,
renmarHl, ,le through, u " the pa - iz e hr 5e ct. 'er
lui pollltiness, gave a itiile satmp wit; hit bhot.
as i 1e were leadilg oil a cou'ry dnu:e, :ad
Sbliht'y a arbied as iuto a chow of jiinne. At
the t"d - ! ti.e first \ ·e we be:came, tn-orgh
th.ee telot t,, io lhuch ri frei'ed and e "~;onra ed
tLe! rn Le (,i u, i);yLviOv r UnUi t cli. ,-, Wuld
sthn.rt to be lIt out of the second verse; while
as to tle:r tli d. we lif: 1 u,, ,or vetes:u a .iacred
hal tit !itt it dc.h:tf'l if we wore the more
hbeeR'f1l cf tlhe ot'icnets wn uni',d in profse
i' g. ,r I r 'S r. g thetI wth a mn st discorlant
dt!h..ice t tinii e and tn:e.
" I.-rd bless us." thct.cht 1, when the frech re
rmertrraner of the'e th!r~in. it.ta m. ! laugtii
tertily. alone in the dtaD1 watergurgallig waste
Sof the night, what time I was wedged into my
birth by a wooden bar, or I must have rolled out
of it, "what errand was 1 then upon, and to what
Abyssinian point had public events then marched?
. No matter as to me. And as to them, if tie won
dertl populsr age for a pnlaything a:tterly con*
foundirg In its innscrotahle unreason) ha.t not then
hh;led ,n a i"',ir rou::g avage boy, and a poor
did screw of a hcrse, and hauled the first 'f by
te hair of bis Iirnceiy head to inspect British
rii nr" ora . arnl atrnlc' the second rt t.y the hair
iof i i (s one . .i to r!. t rysrtal Pa!ae, why so
nit ch tlhe letter f--r all of u- out-ide !dla-n."
Fi, s;ticittg to the shin I was at the tro-lh:e ,f
aa)iog ni·self wcu'd I :;k to 'how the grog dis
tribution in "the fiddle" at noon, to the Grand
United Amalgamated Total Abstinence bociety '
Yes, I think I ahbouid. 1 think it would do them
vot d to smel the rum, under the circumstances.
Over tie grog, mixed in a batket, preides the
boateWain a mate, esnall tin in nan1. Eiter the
crew, the guilty consumers. the grown up bro. d
ol (;iant Despair,, iU c n'radleti.ucIO to the
Iatd of 3outhtul ang' liipe. Sme in boots,
some in leggine, some in tarpanliu overalls. some
in Irocks, some in peat coat, a very few in jackets,
most with a,,u'wesetr bats. all wi I ni:ntr;ing
rotgh and ragged rouind the throa': all d-ipping
salt.wa!er where they st:and : all pelted by weath
er, besmeared with grease, aLd blackened by the
Each man's a knife in its sheath in its girdle,
loosened for Gouner. As the thrst man, with a
knowingly kindled eye, watches the filung of the
volscned chalice (truly but a very small tin mag,
to be prosaic!. and, tosing back his head, to.sees
the contents into himnetf, sad passes the empty
Schablice and passes on, so the second man, with
an anticipatory wipe of his month on sleeve or
neck-kerchief, bides his turn, and drinks and'
hands, and puasses en. In whom. and io each, s
his turn approaches, beams a knowingly kindled
, eye, a brighter temper, and a suddenly awakened
tendency to bejocuse with some shipmate. Nor
do 1 even observe that the man in charge of the
ship's lamps, who in right of his office has a don
ble allowance of the poisoned chalices, seems
thereby rvastly degraded, even though he empties
the challicee into himseif, one after the other,
much as if hbe were delivering their contents at
some absorbent establishment tn which he had no
persoal iaterest. But vastly comforted I tote
them all to be, o deck presently, even to the cir.
culaion of a redder blood in their cold blue
knockles; and when I look up at them lying out
on the yards, nd holding on for life among the
bestig sails, I canot for my lie se the instlee
ol vintlgl on them-or on me-the dr-eake
er rimes of say number .1 criminals arraigned a
he heImoavm ef ambes.
Abettingmyself inay id.e humor, I closed my fro
eyes and recalled life on board of one of those di
mail packets as I lay, part of that day, in the to
bay of New' York, 0 ! The regular life began- de
mine always did. for I never got to deep after
ward-with the rigging of the pump while it arT
was yet dark, and washing down the decks. ths
Any enormous giant at a prodigious bydropathie the
eltablishment, ceeseieeioeesly nidesgoeag the tel
water cure in all its departmeuat, and extremely bo
particular about cleaning his teeth, woald make ab
thcse noises. Swash. splash, scrb, rab, tooth an
brush, bobble, awash, splash, bubble, tooth- be
brush, spla-h, eplash, bubble. rub. Then the he
day would break, and descending from my berth
by a graceful ladder composed of half opened alt
drawers beneath it, I would reopen my outer sa
dead-light and my inner siding window (closed th
by a watchman during the water cure), and oc
would look out at the long rolling, lead colored th
wbite-topped waves over which the dawn. on a us
cold wmter morning, cast a level, lonely glance, pt
and through which the ship fought her melan c
choly way at a terriflo rate. And now, lyino at
down again, awaiting the season for broiled at
Lam eand tea. I would be compelled to listen to to
the voice of conscience, the scorew. or
It might be, in some cases, no more than the c
voice of stomach, but I called it in tmy fan'y by I
the higher name. Because it seemed to me that le
we were all of us, all day long, endeavoring to o
tifle the voice. Because it was under everybody's tC
pillow, everybody's plate, everybody's camp a
stool. everybodys' occupation. Because we pre. if
tnded not to hear it, especially at meal tim.s,
evening whist, and morning conversation n deck; t
but it was always among us in an under mono
tone. not to be drowned in pea soap, not to be bi
shtfiled with cards, not to be divested with books, t
not to be knitted into any patte-n. not to be h
walked away from. It was smoked in the weed- t
Test cigar, and drank in the strongest cocktail; it se
was conveyed on deck at noon witr limp ladies. f
who lay there in their wrappers until the starse
shone; it waited at table with the stewards; no- P
bt dy could put it out with the lights. It was co.
sidered (as on shore) ill bred to acknowledge the s
voice of conscience. It was not polite to mention
it. Qne squaliy day an amiaulle gentleman in
lovy gave much offense to a surrounding circle.
iucluding the object of his attachment, by esaying
of it. atter it had goaded him over two easy chatrs
and a skylight, "Screw."
Sometimes it would appear subdued. In fleet- D'
leg moments. when bubbles of champagne per.
vaded the nose, or when there was "' hot pot" In
the bill of fare, or when an old dish wp had had C
regularly every day was described in that ofl:tal a
dlocament by a new name-under such excite- it
menta one would almost believe it hbshed. The tt
ceremony of washing plates on deck, performed P
after every meal by a ctrole asof ringers of crock a
cry triple-bob majors for a prize, would aeep it t
down. Hauling tl.e reel,taking the sun at noon,
posting the twenty-four hour's ran, altering the
ship's time by the meridian, casting the waste food
overboard, and attracting the eager gulls that fol- li
lowed in our wake: these events would suppress it
it for awhile. But the instant any break or pase
took place in any such diversion, the voice wnd C
be at it again, importuning us to the last extent.
A rawly married young pair, who walked the deck
effectionately some twenty miles per day, would P
in the full flush of their exercise, suddenly be- t
come stricken by it, and stand trembling, bat
otherwise immovable, under its reproaches.
Shlen this terrible monitor was most severe with
us was when the time approached for our retiring
to our dens for the night. When the lighted
candles in the saloon grew fewer and fewer.
When the deserted glasses with spoons in them
grew more and more numerous. When waifs of
toasted cheese and trays of sardines fried in bat
,"r slhd languidly to and fro In the table-racks.
When the man who always read had shut up his
book and blown out his candle. When the man
who always tarked had ceased from troubling.
When the man who was always medicinally re
por'ed as going to have delirium tremens, had put
it off till to-morrow. When the man who every I
night devoted himself to a midnight smoke on
deck, two hours in length, and who every night
was in bed within ten minutes afterward, was but
tonirg himself up in his third cost for his hardy
vigil. For then, as we fell off one by one, and
et ter;ng our several hut.:hes, came into a pclie.
coliar atmosphere of bilge water and Windsor
soap, the Voice would shake us to the center.
Woe to us when we sat down on our sofa, watch
ing the swinging candle forever trying and re
trhing to staid upon his head, or our coat upon
its pt g imitating us as we appeared in our gym
r a.ic days by susainiing itself horizontally from
the wall, in emulation of the lighter and more fa
cle towels! Then would the Voice especially I
claim us for its prey. and rend us all to pieces.
Lth.;o t,,. we Ia our berths aul the wind
rio,,g, the ionice growing angrier and deeper.
Under tl.e mattress and under the pillow, under
the sofa ant under the washinr-stand, under the
!p arld under 'l e sea, seet.ing to ari-e friom. the
fr.tndatioons under the earth with every scoop of
the pr ia Atlanmic, (.ind , why sec.p so!)
olwa s the Voice. Vain to ,'ny its cxiltence iii
thie r:icht season ; impnosFbl~ to he hard of h: ar
,: ,ew. th rew. 5 rewiv. F op ti.o it 1,:.,
t i e wa -rr a d revolote we: 1whir I r i
',tiri',s firework except tnat it never expccils
i-(i 1, lut is asw .as rea ly to o cit a=aiu: situ,.
i it -it e h to be anguish and shivers: siome
' n s ir t el ti h.,e terrifield Iy the lo it p', I.-,
iard I as a ltt wv ich cduses it to str,,u le. -,ui er.
vd tfor n intotant to stop. And now toe ship sets
: : l p. as only shipe so, fir'cly a. re ed
'Ihr, h tin e arnd space. day and n'it, fa,r
ae i'er ac ! f ul, Ce roll
I id c!h ever taPe a rol hr 'or'- like thiF.t .iv
Dilld he (.ve take a roll het -e !i':e t,.:a w nrv
ire tiat is c nliinu' now ' Here is the partition at
r i far dan in t the deep on the ,-e silo. Are
c i 6 t t rf ,iingtp c iari t n: t'i i'i I tr-,,, h, :
te l rtattuln and I are so long ab, ut it, 'ht
I rt-'y t 1.."'.5e wKe wtae ve rdone it this trim.
I!t::vns. ti at a soup. drp wcci iii,
v at a h,,,h w co,,p, wHO at I.'r -1,"' W\'a
S te.r t!. St! hi, :. we he,r tit hb a, u it sh of
V a'r we hve taken on board, RTi wln-t' let
h,, vi all tl.e tLa.e forrit:re io tii' t erar me[ s
Pr' 1 to- i a , ,.lieun the door at th ' htt!e . t.Sage
bttieen tIhe ptrser and me, an 1i swhtsiu
abiut, even there and ev-n hers ? The purser
S, ri s re-urinu gly, ard, th t!i : o . I, I . 't ui gf,
1 L r tl.e chclierli " Al.'s w l. 1" ot t',e watc' i
r nol ly - . ivi ' tiach the ler:th of tht dc-k. as
to late. im g .tartattoi , no a- :tici i the ar,
lt-s (urnoft.vl-il by wtat we have gnme thriugh
tgi tt r) t .I !r rce i, e oit of bed aul her.h.
"All'. we- '. ('-omf,,rtini to know. thnough
Sn', y ahi nuiit't ie- b ,tter. l'ut t !i de ih r ,I iuo
Stii ti- rich tc ii,,tet, ad ti:ak il d.rtiig
lirooehl suo I, ditlrne--u ith such re,,city. r 1lu
i,! 5,3 o tar ,;til.tr objit tLiOng Ia the ctponte
, het~iLr there may ie ary attra.-tioi in two
s, b rnetc;u t idtes Lut at tea, shl'u t ny help
accident ti- Irirtg them into ccllii-ou ! Thougots,
'oc. atl)e ,'hti Vo-ce nevr sltent all the whi.e, bit
mrarvelously sugwr'ive) of thi gSlf lbelow: of the
strange nllultilul mountain raiges i::. dc-p ral
leys over which we are p.assiig ; of monstrous
fsh, midway ; of the ship's solddoty altering her
courue on her own account, and with a wild
plunge settling down, and making that royage with
a clew of dead dieoverers. Now, too, one re
calls an almost universal tendency on the part of
pas·esengers to stumble, at some time or other in
tr e day, on the topic of a certain large 'ert.mer
nakinDg thi same run, whilst at sea and never
Letaid of ncre. Every body heas scemid 'nd.r a
elici, coulhling approach to toe tlre'shld of the
g tm sn..jit. stopiaget. dtuc(tli:iure, and pre-.
tn~ur i iever having been near it. The 1,iat
pain'sa whistie ounds ' A ehanpe in the wind,
i rir-p (tt(*a IsliTng. ard the we'th very b hisy.
Fai: cr r e crashting "Lise crrioad, roleas nt
btitin 1 kn(it) ditto; every man ergagtel ai8esrs
to bssve twenty feet, with twenty times the
average amount of stampig power nla eaoh,
Gradually the noise slackens, the hoarse cries die
sway. the boatswait'n whistle softens into the
s o u:ing and contented notes, which rather reloc.
Stt tiy emit aIhat the jlb is done for the time, and
t e aV ,ice sets in again.
' I.us ci me unintelliible dreams of up hill and
Sdown Lli. send swinginl ant s' yinr. r:nul c-n.
cic .usnesa revives of atmospherical Winds-r a ,sa
and bilge-water, and the rowe atunounces tuat the
giant has come for the Water Cure agam.
htch were my frightful remliniecnse as I lay,
Spart ol that day, in the Bayof New YorkO ! Also,
aks we passed clear of the narrows and got out to
s a also, in many an Idle hour at sea in stnny
w·a ther. At length the observatlons and com
a utatiuon showed that we should make the coast
o0 Ireland to-night. So I stood watch on dect
Sa;l night to-night, toree how we made the coast
r of Ireland.
I Very dark, and the sea moat brilliantly phoe.
r pbhrecent. Great way on the ship, and double
P lookout kept. Vigilant captain oa the bridge,
vigilant first ofioer looking over the port side,
I wvglaet second oicer standing by the quarter
tr aster at the compass. vigilant third officer poet
r ed at the stern-rail with a lantera. No pasenger
a on the quietdeclks,but expectation everywhere.
- nevertbless. The two men at the wheel, very
Seady, very serious,. and very prompt to answer
a orders. An order iened sharply now and theo,
, and echoed back; otherwise, the night dragn
Slowly, siltl, and with no changa.
SAll of a srodden at the blank hour of two in the
Smorning, a vagee movement of relief from a long
strain expremea itsel1 all halds; the tbird oicer a
a sntern twtnkles, and be Ares a rocket and another
rt oeket. A selem solitary light is pinted out to
me in the black sky onder. A chage ie expected
a b the light, bht some takes place. "Otvo them
a two mere rokets. Mr. Vilast." Two more,
Sada bIsight kara. l es watsh lbs ight
apai. Atlest a hlttl troysy-rocet l ashed epl
from it, and, even as that small streak in the
darkness dies away, we re telegraphed to Qsens
awn, Liverpool and tLeade, and beek again an -
der the ocean to Ameslea.
Then, up omea the ba GIse pesse gers who
are going ashore at Qeeestows, and up comes
the mail agent in charge of the bag, au d up comes
the men who we to oury the beap nto the mail
tender that will come off for them oet of the ha
bor. Lamps and lanterns gleam here and there
about the decks, and impeding balks are knocked
away with handspikes, and the port-ide bulwarks.
barren but a moment ago, baurt into a orop of
heads of sta men, stewards and ei gleers.
The light begins to be gained upon. begins to be
alongside, begiun to be left asters. More rockets,
and, between us and the land teams beantifully
the Icrmas teasmsip, City of ars, for New York,
outward bound. We observe with oomplacenoy
that the wind is deed against her (it being with
us) and that abe rolls and pitches. (The siceest
paessenger on board i the most delighted by this
circumstance.) Time rush.. by, as we rush on,
and now we see the lightn Qeastown harbor.
and now the lights of the nia Mender eorloi out
to us. What vagaries the Mail Teader performs
on the way in every point of the cospea. espe
cially in those where abe has no banesa, and
why she performs them Heaven only knows! At
length she is seen plnngin withil a aeble'asle.th
of our port broadside, and is belog roared at
through our speaking-trumpets to do this thing,
and not to do that, and to stand by the other, as
if she was a very demented Tender ndeed.
Then, we alacenialg amidst a deafening roar of
steam, this muchabused Tender is made fast to us
by hawsers, and the me in readinese carry the
bags aboard, and return for more, bending under
their bardens, and looking just like the pute
hoard figures of the mkler and his men the
theater of our boyhood, and comporting them
t selves almost as unsteadily. All the while the un
fortunate Tender plunges high and low, and is
rtired at. Then the Qeenstown pasengers are
put on board of her, with infinite plunging and
roaring. and the Tender gets heaved up on the
sea to that surprising etent that she oen* within
na ace of washing abserd of oe, high and dry.
nhcred at with contumely to the last, this wretch
ed Tender is at length let go, with a fael plunge
cr great ignominy, and falls spnlalag into our
The Voice of Conscence resumed Its dominion
as the day climbed up the sky. and kept by all of
on passengers into port; kept by us as we paased
Soth-er light-bouses and dangerous islands off the
roast, where some of the officers, with whom I
I stood my watch, bad gone ashore in sailing shipe
in f(gs (and of which by that tokea they seemed
to have quite an aflectlonata remembrance), and
Spast the Welsh coast, ad past the Cheshire coast,
and passed everything a everywhere lblg be
it tween our ship and her own special dock in the
Mersey; off which, at last, at nine of the elbek, on
a fair evening early Ia May, we stopped, and the
d Voice ceased. A v ery eons sensation, not un
like having my own ears stopped, ensued upon
that silence; and It was with a no less ourious
e sensation that I went ever the side of the good
d Cuoard ship Russia, wbhom prosperity attend in
a. all her voyages!) and surveed the outer hall of
k the monster that the Voice bad inhabited. ti,
d perhape, ahall we all., i the spirit. one day survey
the frame that held the buster Voice from which
my vagrant faney derived this imilitude.
Un~er the Oak.
Why goes little Maude to the wood to-day,
Wrapped in her mantle of silver gray,
i Tripping along o'er the falling leavee,
'Neath the golden crowns which the autamn
n Now a mingled shower of red and gold
Flecks her mantle in every told.
t Why goes little Mand to the wood to-day,
y In her cloak of red and gold gold and gray
It Now she stays n her hurried walk
t- 'Neath the snade of a giant branching oak.
d The sunshblne kisses her cheek so fair,
e. And plays in her ringlets of l3ating hair.
r, An acorn rattles upon her head,
". Mid a shower of leaves the oak-boughs shed.
on A nimble quirrel with shiningr eye
u- Watches her from a stump hard by.
a. Now her dark eye brightens, end one small hand
ly iaetens anew the golden band,
1i Whbh binde her dark hair's shining flow
r. Away trovu a throat and neck of snow.
The red lips part In a happy smile,
STh lie bmall lout beats to the tune meanwhile,
As she hbum a snatrh from an old. old song,
i f ' Love me little and love me long."
1 ' lttle Mlande, with the lrset'vp hater.
SA:,d the red, rea lips, and the face so fair,
... e read wnor heast in that speaking eye,
In that th 'beiLg cLeek and impatient sigh,
r. Tn that rest!esa foot and sortenong tone,
La and low words murtuured, " Why don't he
ed comne '
We know why ~no wait 'neath the nak to.d'iy,
SaleI-d in your mantle of silver gray.
a' A Sanod Jury Preseettei the Co.rt and
re Bar as a nuisance.
Ti e grand jury of O-age county. North C(ro
li. lr a, ceiiling to the Ialeigh S,-ntinel (Iad ) hai
i. rtceti tlJ made a presentmeut somewhat unuiual
'i ii <haractsr. We copy :
of The gra:d jury regret to see the present iuli
let rary so tter y unomindful of the exanp e of
.s It er i'lustriuos predecesnors. and enpecially, in
Ie t1 ne days of political chboe and social uphearvog,.
or t see te b~enchb descending to the hu'tiugs, hat
ier 'y ng vitorperation and persorJal abuse. With
t, lt. 3r and with pothouse politicians-each toe
c'i neailant and i, turn assailed; the bench charging
as the bar with larceny, forgery and mule steallus :
Sr, 'ine ar retorting that the bench bad been ia sortl
Jn hy or negro open a debt Justly doue, and forced by
1 s' bsrsh process of the law to pay the money
h fter being called out and forfeiting the bail. The
t?1 bar also charging trhat the bench was a jail-bird
eg at 1 corvict frum the penitentialy of Ohio. All
Iu 1 s very naturally ending in a fight between the
,te th u : ii ad a mesriier of the bar, as the former
journeyed on lis way to cnrt. Th's breach of
e t: :peace between the bench and the bar ocur
, r.ng in the train and In the ladie.' car, arn so
t, nro h to their terror and slam that the conduct r
but i'hratened to put the bench and bar off the train,
the rtwithstandloa the bar loudly proclaimed hil
ral self a director of the road.
nu These thinga are well calcolated to bring both
her the bench and the bar Into disrepute and to de
rid ade them in the ematmation of the people. The
rith br should be the seat of all that is knightly, chir
re. alrns and true; the bench ther abode of justice,
.of iqrity. integrity and calm deliberation: both
in should be above nsuepicion.
nr Let the fountains of justice be poisoned, and the
ver waters that flow therefrom will be bitter as the
a waers of Mlarhab to all who drink of the poisoned
ire. Tie greed jury do present each and every one
,at o' the judges who hove taken open and active
ad, irl n iie- hiting. io-w: : ('Caiel Jtstice Petr
y. scon, and his associates, Justices IHeade, D;ck, Set
olat ie a:d ooemnan : and the Ciriilt Court Judgea,
are ti-Wlt: Judges Cuiid, Jones, Watts, Henry, Rus
the sell. Pool, Thomas. Logan, Canaon and yur
oh, loner, an guilty of oodotu onuts he jadi
die clry--·rtways saylg and pt' Mitch
the ell; and instead of pressetg iey btsk and
loc. commend hip for his pollitcl ieae ad noble
and bearing as a Just and upright jadge.
e nd the rand jury do unanimously aid respect
fnd fuly ask of your honor that, aU a part of the his
,n. tory of the times, sad that posterity and the
.au jadges may know what this grand jury think of
the political judges, this paper wrilting be spread in
fll upon the misutes of the courL
la, Ladles and gentlemen Who my desire having
tto weaddig, visitfog cards, etc., elegantly eagraved
nay and printed, we would refer to No. 10 ('samp
street, where Mr . J. Donuglas, with his skill and
ct experience, will not only execute all such char
ast acter of work in a prompt and satlisatory man
ner, but ts prepared to emboss paper with ainitials
ble out chaurge for die; alseo monograms for any
ge, purpose in a artistic style.
ter. Honest men re eaily bound, but you can
one- never bid a knave.
gar Plantation Ilters earwes dyspepet.
ster Keep no moae caes In the house then wib
ery catch mle.
wer Pineng Bitter sure fever end age.
n, War meSa tieve, and pece heegL them.
rag Paimad Bittwrs ourse liver omplaint and
the Time it that wue d makea as noise.
Sto Plneatiem umae as satides to shuge at
ted water and
hem Foos ad p eople make lawyers rich,
are, Pleaedge ges r ni, esrethea and In.
le wife mlsl a f/llheli m d.