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In i'Uiir,i9iu:i) i:t.iiy rrtiiuY siohninu
IX TUB COI.OJHIIAW HUIM)IH NliAItWIR
coutir uoush, nir'
HENRY L. DIEFFENBACH,
KDixon akd rorntnTon,
7era5"Tw Collars a Year jiyiMs In advanea.
OlnlldoscrliiUorirf Witcutod with neatness And
1 T 'sm?'lncn?05A,OTaeaT
V if ji I IV I 12 It. , "
Tn PcMHIatci IVrsnns,
Tn Hunerers from Liver Complaint,
To tlittqlinvlntt txn Apnellte,
Tuliio'o'wiili lirnkcn bawn Conslltutlous,
To Nurvous Piinnuv
Trt t'hlldrtrt WnSttntrnvnv,
i lYtliriVWUU'IlrhlllWIi'd ll!Mstlvn Ort-An.
Omifffrlntt with ww utMt ullmrtng Hmplomi,
rild, ritfnis or,
Dlooilto Ui'oJIcail, Arid
It of Ilia Rtorodcji, Wauspn,
Itcorltiuru, Dligiisf for J'ood, I'ull
iiws or U'cUlit In tho Blomncli.Bour
I'll of tlio Stnmacli.Hwliimilng of Ihn llrad,
Hurried nml DUIlculi llrcnthlng, l'Juttcrlng
when In b, L lirg l'osturo, Dimness ol Vlnloti,
l)oti or ,Vob! licforo tho Sight, Tovtr nnd Dull
Pain (n tho head, Ddlclenoy of rerspiratlou,
Ycllowiu'ns of tho Hlcln and Tjcb, l'aln
In tho Hide, llnelt, Chet, Llmba
At., Hudden I'liiilicn or Ifent,
Ilu,.,i,. in lh6 I'lffcli,
Constant ImaBlnng of
IJvIl, nnd Great
HOOFI.AND'S Ol'-nilAN IHTTIIIW,
A tllters without AlcnholorHplrlU of any kind.
H ilirreront from all others. It Is composed of
tho puro Jutee,or VrT.u.l'mxciPT.i! or Hoots,
JIeuiii, nnd lUnivH, (or ns mtvllclnally tenjicil
Uxtritcti.) tho worthless or Insert portions of tho
Ingredients not Ijcing used, Thcreforo In ono
Boltlo of this Hitlers thero Is ooutnlned as much
raedlclnlvlrtuoas will ho found lit several gallons
of ordinary minutes, Tho UooLs, Jtc.uscd In
this Hitters nrq grown In Osrmany, tholr vital
jrlnclples oilraeled In that country by nsclcn.
tlllc Chemist, and forwarded to the manufactory
In this city, whero thoy nro eonipoundol and
bottled. CoulalulU2 no spirituous Ingredients,
his Hl(lc,rs ix tree from tho objections urged
galnstnllolhers; nodcslro forstlmulauts can bo
Induced from their use, they cannot malio drunk.
nrds, nnd cannot under nny clrcumitnncca, lmve
any but tibcneaclal effect,
HOQIT.AND'H aiUtMAN TOXIC,
Wns compounded for thoio not Inclined to ex
treme, bluer, nnd Is Intended for tat In cases
when somo alcohollo httmulanl Is required lu
connection with tho Tonla properties of tho
Hitlers, llnch bollto of tho Tonlo eoutnlns ono
boltlooftlio Hitters, combined w Uh puroHANTA. I
CUUZ ItUM, and llnvorud in such nmauuerlhat
tho cxtremo blttcrncssofthobltters Isovercome,
forming a preparation highly ngrccnblo and
pleasant to tho palnlc, and containing tho medi
cinal vlitucs of tho Hitters, Tho prlco of Iho
Tonla Is S1.J) per .ISottlo, which many persons
think loo hlah. They must tnlto Into considera
tion that the stimulant used is guaranteed to bo
of a puro iuallly. A poor nrtjclo could bo fur
hlshtd nt n chcipcr price, but Is It not better lo
pa a little moro n d hnvo a good arliclo? A
medicinal preparation shou'd contain uono tut
tho best ingredients; nnd they who expect to
btnln a cheaper compound, mil t,o bcnellledby
It wlll.most cerlalnly bo cheated.
HOOF I.A N li'H
O 13 K ?r A N T O X I C,
' WITH '
vfit.h tunc ov.
They nro tho Greatest
it r, o o it v v i i c 1 1: ii s
Known to tho Medical world, nnd will crndl
cRto dlKeascsnrislngfrom imiiure blood, Debility
of Iho Dlgcstlyo Olguus, .jr Diseased I.lver, lu a
shorter tlmo than any other linuwu remedies.
Tin: w iiotufSPi'iiEMK rounror 1'ksnsyi.vasia
fci'jiAiv roit'iiiixi: iiiiji i,di i:h.
Who would atk tor more Dlgullled iiudHtronger
Hon. (iBOlionV. WiMinw.Kl),ormcrfj(CifJin.
lice of the Svitre me cCtirt of J'entmyti aula, tit jtrc
C7i( Member n(YnffrrtW,m reim!ilvanlit,iirltct:
I flnd"nooUandt4CJtrmaii Hitters" is'a good
tonic, useful In dlscaseHor the dlgostlvo organs
and of gicnthrmllt tn ensesof debility nnd vent
of nervous nctlon In thoFystcm. Yours, truly.
Hon. JAxra Thomisijn, IMtf J u nice of Uie Hu
pt eihe Ojurt of Pcnnvjlx itiila.
I'llll.Alir.I.lMlrA, April 28 1S07.
I consider "irooflind's German nitters"n valua
ble medlclno ill cafco of uttacks of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I csa corliry this from my cxrerl
encooflt. Yours, with respect,
Hon. (Iuoiiim: Huamhiod, Justice of the Supreme
Court of I'vniisyltmttit.
l'liiLAimriiiA, June l,uc.
I Have found byexperlcneo that "lloolland's
German Hitters" Is n cry good Ionic, rcllovlug
d) speptlo symptoms nlmost directly
"" W. 1'. Hogcrs, Mayor of the Ctly ofllugalo.
Major's Olllce, Hnllalo, Juno ?2, 1?C9,
I hnvo uscd"lloolland's Ocrman Hitters and
Tonic" In my family during iho pan year, nnd
can recommend them as nn excellent tonic, Im
parting tono nnd rigor to tho system. Their uso
bns been productive or deeldidlv lieneflcial
Hon. James JI. Wood, lU-Mayorof WUllamtptrl,
I inko great pleasuro lu recommending "Hoof
land's Germnn Tonic" to any ono who may bo
nnllcted with Dyspepsia. I had Iho Djspepsla so
badly It was linposslblo to keep any food on my
stomach, and I become so wtnk as not to lio able
to will halt a mile. Two bottles of Tonic ciretted
n perfect euro. JAMES M. WOOD.
iiooi'LAND'B gkuman mrrioits,
no ovija n&s Aai:nMA & tonic
Will euro every Cam of
Or WusiliiK iiuhvoi ilioCody.
liooi'i-AND'a QEioiAN ntaiEDiia
Aro tho medicines you requlro to purify Iho
lllood, excllo the oi.f Uvcr to lienlOiy aeU ii
''li!.',.''1"11'10 0" f" tor throiiBli liny
uanlsbliisaxjHnuro. ' ( ".oui,ii any
I'ODOI'II YLLI N,
. Substitute for .Mercury I'llls.,
77.C nioK rouu" lV ynoci(Jj VpC(al,Is CHthar.
ItisnotncccssAry to tako a bnndful of'theso
Tills lo produce the dctlre.1 eflecti two of them
act quickly and powerfully, cleansing thol.lver.
Stomach and Howels of all Impurities" Tho prln.
clpal ingredient la I'odophyllln.or Iho Alcohollo
Extract of Mandrake1, which Is by many times
moro powerful, acting and Marching (ban th
Mandrako Itself. Its pocullar action Is upon the
Liver, cleaning It speedily from all obstructions
with all the power ot Mercuryyet frc0 from tho
injurious results attnehed to the use of that
For all diseases, Inwlilch Iho like of a cathartic
Is Indicated, theto pills whl glvo enllro satlsrac
tlou In every ease. They NKVEH I'AII,,
h u. vi'iuiumui, kjieisia IIUU
extrvmo cusllvciHss, ,Dr, llooflnnd't German
lUttciM nr TiMiln ul,f,nl,l It- ,
with thol'JIls. Tho lonlocfiatof tholllltiin or
Tonlo builds up the system, TboBHtersorTonlo
tho Liver, and gives slreugtb, energy and
Keep your Howels active with theSllls, nnd
tono uplhotystein with HIUeniorTdnlc.audiio
dUeases can rilalu tho bold, or evon assail you
Ilecollect that It la Dll. HOOPLAND'S QUli-
M A J ltcmcdlcs h&x aru so unlversallyused and
highly recommended and do not allow tho
I'ruggut to luduco you to toko anytlilngclse that
he may say Is Just us good, because he makea a
argo pmnt ou It. These Remedies will bo sent
.. f.V.''." B"y loclll'ty.uun applleattqn lo
ItrnVS'1''" Uf'l'IL'E. at tho OliUMAN
MEDIpJUti WOHE, oa Arch fit.. Philadelphia.
CIIAS. M. I2VANS, 1'ioiulctui',
m.. 5i?,mc.';1' C. if, JACKSON 4 CO.
"Tfrsumi juutam Dtalanntywim, IJaJO'Hy
1(1 ' ' ' ' nft y' . ',1 I'wiffl. " 'I.' ' .
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1 i i i i i . i i i ' "" , . firfit n . f r'f. ttf .t'l-ri
VOLUME V, - - NO, 12.
icr(iT-AAnoN HMIT1I, "r'"11"
Wroner John D. Hodck.
KwHtif.i,((OnAnt.M 0. llAKKinv.
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
ll,','Z$!lr&:'""'"''0 "'' fiMn-r Html Anuria
J.J. HnowKn, Prtsldent, MViiVtmot"u. He"v
'myVKH AND TINWAltK.
J A CO n JIETZ, dealer in stoves nud tinware
Main street.abovo court house.
nA,V"! '-OWKNIIKno, Merchant Tailor, Mnlu
u st 2d door above American House.
WM. MOltlllH, Merchant Tailor corner of Cen
tre nnd Main St., over Miller's store.
JJKUOS, CllEJIICALS, Ac.
t'. !',r't,'! IVKi'tnndApolhecary.Maln st.
J, below tho Post oulce.
ULOCKB, WATCHES, dC.
ENIIYZUPPINGEU, Watches, Spectacles &
Jewelry io ilalnHlreet near West st,
n K HA VAGE, dealer In Cloelts, Wntches and
U Jewelry, Main et Just below tho Amerlenn
OUIH lir.UNH AllD. Watch and Clock maker-,
J near southeast corner Main and Iron sts.
CATHCAHT. Wnlch nnd Clock Jlakor.Mar
kot street, below Main.
AVID 11 KTZ, Hoot nud Shoemaker. Main St.,
uuiuw xiiLtiiuuii s sioro. weal or Market.
UENIIY KI.KIM, Mauufuetuier end dealer lu
Hoots and Mhoes, Groceries, etc,, Main stu et,
n M. HllOW.V, Hoot and Hhoemokcr, Main
V. street, under Hruwn's Hotel.
11 'h C,'i n!WI:.1iv Bl'rBCOii Dentist, Mulu st
I) abuvolbo Court House- "
D. WM. M. ltPJlKlt. Hurgeoii nnd Physician.
Kxchaugclllock ov er Webb's book store.
Dlt. II, i. KINMiV, Hurgeon DenlW. Teeth
extracted wlthoulpatu! Main St., nearly oi -poslto
Episcopal Cbuich, '
n 1. IIAUKLMY, Attorney-nt-Law. Oinco,2d
, ', i ,Vr fcwuuge Hloik, ncur the "Exchaigo
It. MclvELV Y.M. D.,Surgeon nnd Physician
. uoi thsldo Main st., below Market.
It. EVANH, M. 1) Surgeon nnd I'liyslcian,
south side Mnlu street, below Maiket.
T C. HUTTEIt. M. 1). Hurgoou and Physician
tJ Mnrket btrect, abovo Main,
T H. UCiniSON, Altorney-nt.I.aw, OfllcoHart-
.1. 1)1111, 'N tillllil,,, Mnlnu,rn.
MIliLlNEHY & FANCY GOODS.
1.1 PKTEltMAN, Millinery and Fancy
ti. opposltu Episcopal Church, Main st,
1IHH WZZIli 11AHKI.UY, Milliner, lUimey
MI A. D. WEHll, Fancy Goods, 'Notions,
Hooks, nnd Stationery. Exchange liloik. Main
M'n.-Y' "iEUllICKSO.V, Millinery nmlFauey
Ooods.Malust,, below Market.
MHH.E. KLINE. Millinery nnd Funcy Oooua
Main street below Market.
MHH. JULIA A. & HADE HAltKI.E, Ladles'
Cloaks ami Dress Paltcruj, soulhiasl corner
Main and Weblbts.
MUIK MIKH1W IIAltMAN Millinery nnd Fancy
IUooiih, Main M below American House,
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
POltKH HOTKI,, by T, Hint. Taylor, cost end
r ot Main street.
MERCHANTS AND aitOCEHS.
OC. MAItlt, Dry Goods and Notions, soulh-
west corner Main amt Iron eta.
ft ll.HF.ESHOLTZ,denlor In Lry Goods, Gro
U'ccrlis, Hoois;-Hijos, Aa, ooimr 2Ialn nnd
lAi lli:Cia,i;V'(I!mit nnd h'hoe.stoio, books
, A blatlourry(Malnst.,'bclow Market,
E lowiron'110'101''' srom1','i el0" il "ln
I,i MENDENII ALL, General Stoekof Mercban
li, diso and LumLei-, corner or Main stiett nud
jiOX a WEHll. Confectionery and Bakery,
H t'.HOWEIt, HnlsrndCnps.HootsaudShoes,
Mnlu St., abovo Court House.
J It, MAII. Mammoth Grocery, tine Gro
. oerles. Fruits, Nuts, Provision, Ac., Main
and Iron Bin els.
MikKLVY, NEAL A CO., rtenlers In Dry Ooists,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hall, Flsh.lioii, Nails,
eic.,N. K. cor. Main and Market sts.
Sll. MILLEIt 4 SON, dealers lu DryGoixIs,
. Groceries, Queensunre, Flour, fcalt, bhoes,
Notions, etc, Exchaugo Block, Main st.
OOKHrAULES ULANKH for Ullo at tl.o Col.l M
CM, CIIIUHTMAN, Huddle, Tiunk .t llnmets.
, maker, Hblve's lllook Miiin street,
' northwest eorutr aialn nud Irou sts.
EJ. THOHNTON, Wall l'apor, Window Shades
, nud fixtures, ltupert block. Main st.
GW. COltEI.L, Furniture Itooms, three story
HHOSENHTOCK.Photogropher, over Eobblns
J & Ejcr'u Htore, Main st.
f H. KUHN.dealerin Meat, Tallow, etc., Client
! berlln's alley, rear ofAmerlcau House.
JOHN A. 1UNSTON A CO., luulual nnd cash
" rntes tiro I nsurance companles.Ui ower's llulld
Ing, Main Street,
RH.ltlNOLEIl, dealer In planoa, organs.imd
mclodeous,alU, W.Corell'a furniture rooms
qAMUKL JAt'OHy.Motbln uud llrowu"Btou7
WM. HA11U, dealer ln furniture, dunks, cedea
" willow wuro, near the Forks llotel.
0 FOSTER, UIuo Maker, anil While nnd Fancy
. Tanner, Scottowu,
Ell, I1IDLEMAN. Agent for Muuson's Copper
Tubular Lightning ltod.
IACOH DIEFF1-NHAC1I, Broom Factory. Or
J dersleltnt bis residence or at Miller A Sou's
tore promptly tilled, Best giccn Western brush
IAMEH CABMAN, Cabinetmaker und Chair,
J maker; rooina Main street bel, lion.
lirvri, im ... .
w.,. ,uwivr, mm Diana nui j'i.wuuor wlth
OffleeU exeulltloi'or'al0 t the Columbian
ETroprTetor.1 lX0U'llNO MILIJJ, CS.FowieT;
T D. WEltKHKISEIt, Ildol andRhne RtnrAnnil
mauufactoiy. Mbop oi ilalS Hlreot mi
DOS te the Hleail, Mill ' ""u ireotol-
T Hoi MnSfriL"11181"""" l''anlng Mill
r-rLT. I" . 7 v . - " fct'Tiai uiriiiuiiuuiiu.
r iri, itioru 1U HOUIU Clllt ot towu
A nM-, '5,', AN' .Merrhani Tallow and
TTionlU",' .B5TKlt.Carpenter and
iV.Hulhlers, Main sl.j below. I'luo. '
R1??!'1,, "ERBWO,-dealer "iu' Dry Goo.1.,
Jjfjocfrlcs, Lumber and general Merchauiiise;
B'liSXflS?1"' ana rfrw,hmcn Hnloon, by
UoiirM'Hcnrycor.Of Main and PInest.
DIV.P' A.' MEaAItOEL.WiyHcl.n and Surgein,
Main U noxt door to Good's Hotel, r'"slv"
1' stllrstdooralovBH Houry's llotel.
TAMES II, HAUM AN. Cabinet Make; and Un
O dertakcr. Main Ht below Pine.
1 s,,,.!f.!tMANt,8',.Jl)l0 nni "arnwa mnker.
U, Main st., oppslto Frame Church.
!i ,'. ,1'ALLMAN, Merchant Tailor, Second St.
D. Hub bins' Building,
IVLJ, K. ItOllIlINS, Surgeon and Pbysiclan
G1LHEHT A KLINE, dry goods, groceries, nnd
general merchandise. Main Htreet
t n. KISTLElt, "Cnttawlssa House," North
. Corner Main and Second Streets.
I KEII,i:il, Blllard Saloon, Oysters, nnd Ice
17. Cream In season Main St.
MM. BUOIIST, dealer ln GencralMerchondlse
. Dry Goods, Groceries rto,
SIISQIIEIIANNA or llrlck Hotel. 9. Koslen
builder l'roorletnr.ko,illi.eiiBf.rAr,.Ap s.nlt,
M, II, AllJ I01T, Attorney nt law, Main St.
HF. OMAN Co., Wheelwright, first door
, abovo School House.
JOHN A. OMAN, Manufacturer and dealer ln
Hoots nnd Hhoes.
PETEHKNT. dealer In Dry Goods Groceries,
Flour, reed, Halt, Pish, Iron, Nnils.elc.Maln
RS.ENT. dealer ln Stoves and Tin wnro In
all Its branches.
JICIIAltDSON L. WRIGHT, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 12) SOUTH SIXTH STHEET,
BARNES, BRO. & HERRONi
HATH. CAPd, bTItAW GOODS & FUB3,
No, 103 Market Street,
"yyAINWRIGHT & CO.,
N. E. Corner Second nnd Arch Streets,
TEAS, SYItUrS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
KICK, &P1CES, III CAUll SODA, AC, Ar.
-Ordcrs will recrtvc prompt attention,
Q B. BROCKWAY,
ATTOIINF.Y AT LAW,
OFFiPP-Court House Alley, ln tho Co.
LD.MIIIAN building. lJalH,'67.
PnYHICIAN AND SUItGEON,
Omrsoicr Lull's Ding Htore. Itesldene
Fifth htreet. decl(l'70.
ATTOUNI1Y AT LuVW,
Ofllco Court HouRe"AlIey, klow the Colum
ln an Olllce. lSouutlcH. Iiack-l'nv nnd PciihlnnH
collected. UlooruKburn la. ftep.'J007
ATTOllNEY AT LAW,
Olllco Main Street below tho Conrt House,
ATTOHN'EY AT LAW,
Ofllce Court-House Alley, below the Coxum:
JUAN Ofllce, Jlloonikburi; l'a.
I lavlua purchased thohtoclcof theoU Key
Mime Ktine htore, nml ndcleil t lure to n large ami
vull feelcctcU new block la prepared to exhibit
the best variety ot
HOOTS AND MHOES
ever brought to this place, He 1h nUo prepared
to mulio UootH undbhoes toorU-r)u thelntrst
unit best KtyicH. for cnUi only. In tho old l'ast
Olllce biilhilDp, eorner IVluiuni.d AMitrketKt reels
ltlooniKburn, l'ji. lfcepO'70-ly,
would anuounce to theclllsens of Blooms
burg and v Iclutty, that he tins Just received a full
aud complete assortment of
WALL PAPElt, WINDOW SHADES,
F1XTUKKS, C0KD3, 1ASSELS,
nud all other goods ln his lino of business. All
tho newest and most approved patterns of the
day are illwn) s to be found In his establishment.
mnr.5,'en-tr Main HI. below Market.
Neatly and C!lionily rrlntotl
From the Latest Styles of Type at tbe
IIARPLESS ct HARMAN,
EAOI.K roUNIlUY AND UANDt'ACTUUIKO SHOP,
STOVES 4 TLOWS WHOLESALE & HETA1L
TUB CKL1E1I RATED MONTEOSt 1EOX BEAM AND
THE HUTTOmOODEN 11EAU PLOWS,
Oustluusand FlroHrlckfor renalrlnccllvSlovf a
All kinds of Brass or Irou casting made tu order
upon suon nonce,
II. F. Hit AHPI.EHH A P. H. IIAltMAN,
Bloomsburg, Pa, Proprietors
TS AND SHOES.
CLABK M. BUOWN,
MAIN STREET, DDEK llHOW'S HOTEL.
A lull and eompleto assortment of ready made
uoois aim snotv ror men, women ana eniid
I uut received and for unfe aL reiisnnablM ra
VarielUstn suit all classes of customers. The
best of work done at short notlco, us heretofore.
Give him acall. Janl'7L
jT.bo5TsBURa w;ARBiiE worics.
(Hucccssors to A. Wittnau,)
llespectfully Inform the publle that they are
now lully prepared to do all kluds of work In
nud short notice.
lueir line oi ousiutss, u)iui ivusonauio lerms
CHllsiatiiuii wnrranieu in uu
JEW STOVE AND TIN Snol'.
Main Street one door above E. Mendenhall's
rtringes constantly on hand, aud or sale at the
tr.w, st rRleM.
'l'lunlug lu all Its branches carefully attended to,'
'nd satisfaction guaranteed.
Tin wot a or all kinds wholesale anureuu. a
', 'tal Is requoslod,
" fiotrnifiitx ptrnt.Mji;s,
KEPOBT OF MINOHtTVr CbMMlTtHtt.
A cot AMn nnuti AnuAKatMi:3f.
Wq glvo below tho rctiort of tlid mi
nority of tlio select comtnlllco (o Uvcs-,
tlgato tlio hllcscd oulraRca lu tho south
ern Stntea. Wo bespeak for It a careful
perusal, ns It Is a trulhful cxposiin'of
tlio manner In which tlio radicals man
ufacture political capital nnd how llltlo
truth thero Is' In Iho utranco stories of
outrages committed In tho South !
Senators Blair and Haynrd constltut-
luff a minority of tho committee, found
themselves una'blo to ngrco with tho
majority, nnd present tholr views at
length. After citing tho resolution
under which tho commlttco wns un
pointed, and referring to tho report,
transmitted by tho President in answer)
to tho Bcnato resolution of Inquiry In
relation to tho alleged organization of
disloyal persons In North Carolina, tho
tho minority enys: "Thus It willnn.
penr that tho resolution, under which
tho special commlttco was appointed, is
founded on tho report transmitted, ns
aforesaid, by tho President. Instantly
upon this nppolntment, the commlttco
organized and proceeded without delay
to cxnmlno witnesses, who wcro nimar-
cntly all ready in waiting in tho city of
wasnington, to wit i Tho son of Clov.
Iloldcn, Col. Gcorgo W. Kirk, and Ror-
gen, his lieutenant-colonel. No oppor
tunity, savo that afforded by Its slnclo
reading in tho senate, has been given
mo undersigned to Inspect tho report of
tho majority, or obtain proper knowl-
edgo of Its contents. Tho report was
read onco and Instantly transmitted to
tho printer, by whom it has not yet
been returned. Wo deilro to attract
tho nttenllon of tho sonato to tho seono
of tho resolution under which tho com
mlttco havo acted : " To inriuiro Into
tlio truth or falsehood of tho crimes and
outrages of a political character In tho
southern states." Hero Is an unlimited
field of general allegation, tiualfled
only by tho word 'political,' and con-
veying uollilng definite to tlio commun
ities, whoso domestic affairs wcro with
out notlco or specified charges to haVea
congressional dragnet thrown over
thcra and bo hauled before tho commlt
tco ; and tho closing paragraph of tho
resolution only aggravated tho dangers
and difficulties of such an inquisition
by inquiring whether thero bo in tlioso
stales security for persons nnd property
uuli cuyiuK iiiui no sinio nas passeu
any laws in violation of iho fourteenth
amendment, null that no question had
bcenmado rclatlvo to tho oxcrclsoof
power ln tho emergencies set forth In
tho fourth section of artlclo three in tho
c6nstItulIon." The minority continue:
"Tlio undersigned aro therefore at a loss
to discover where such power is deriv
ed tw is set forth in tho resolution and
acted upon by tho committee, uud
thcreforo they protest In tho namo tu.d
under tlio limitations of tho constitu
tion of tlio United States against any
and all action of Inquisitorial character
into tho Internal nnd domestic ufiairs of
nny of tho states, or any attempt by
congress or tho exccullvo to interfere
with tho stato governments of citizens
Individually ns to matters not cogulza-
blo by tho Federal government. In
vlow of tho fact that North Carolina Is
In all respects under tho constitution
and laws upon an equal footing with
all tho other states of tho Union, the
minority assert that any claim of pow
er lo investigate tho Internal nnd do
mestic affairs of that stato to invade her
polico powers of control over all mat
ters within her jurisdiction must bo
equally valid and havo equal forco
when applied to any other stale, and
tho reserved righls of tho constitution
of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio,
or New York nro ln no degree moro so
euro than thoso of North Carolina. The
exercise or omission of any such power
is, in tlio opinion of tlio minority, un
warranted by tho constitution, and ut
terly subversive of our federal syslpin
of stato governments. Thoy ay further
thero can no longer bo urged tho plea
of " military necessity." Tho Hag of
tho nittion floats in plucld tccurlty lu
every part of tho Union, and thero Is
no pretenso of opposition in any quar
ter to tho peaccablo operation of tho
civil authority. After totting forth
tliat the kind of investigation pursued
lias simply given an opportunity for
any ono to eomo forward and assail tho
stato nnd peoplo of North Carolina by
any character of testimony, or lu nny
manner that prejudicoor testimony can
suggest, tho minority continue i " Hut
all tills Is manifestly tho result of a plan
'cut and dried.' By n conspiracy form
ed of disappointed politicians who havo
lost tho confidence of their people, and
havo been cast out of olllco by tho al
most unanimous volco of a betrayed
and Injured constituency. At the head
of this conspiracy plainly standi Will
lam W. Iloldon, tho Governor of North
Carolina, and now undergoing trial by
process of Impeachment for high mU
demeanors nnd gross abuses of his otll
clal power. IIo has beggared tho ire.-u-ury
of Ida stAto and plundered, outrag
ed and botrayed her people, nud now
looks to the strong arm of (hp federal
government ns tho only means of rescu
ing him and hla followers, from tlio Just
punishment duo thclrcrlmes. In furth
erance or this schomo tho prcsqnt mens
uro was Instituted and this committee
raised. Tho two Sonutors from North
Carolina, Messrs. Abbott and l'col,
havo eillclently aided It, suggesting
witnesses and employing Interrogator
ies for their examination, and some
times escorting them lu person to tho
door of tho commlttco room ; nnd what
Is tho character .of.thCBo witnesses found
ready and in attendance tor examina
tion 'I Joseph Wt Holden, tho eon and
accomplice of Governor W. AY. Holden,
heads tho ilsf. Ho. has been an office
holder, fattening on thq corruptions of
s father's administration, tho editor
of his parfy organ, und oven hH testi
mony is most entirely hearsay lu Its
nature and inadmlssublo In courts of
Justice Gcorgo W. Kirk and Gcorgo
W. llcrgen enmo upon tho scene, and to
tho undersigned Uierb seem to bo h
stranRO Insensibility to tbo oplhltms.'of
mankind Iri tho production! of two such
atrocious' 6fmrciora In'tho'rololor'vvlt
ticucs In tUls case. Neither wwo c'llf
zens'df Nc-Vth Carolina, but' thoy wero
cnjlcd from'abroail:by Holden tin fltjng
Instruments fdr his dark nnd Moody
Intent. In violation of tho conBtltUtlori
of his state, ho mruto theso two Mrulig
era to his peoplo officers of mllltlrt, and
hnvini? 'declared two counties (Ala
uianconnd Caswoll) In a stato 6f Insur
rection ho gavo tho unhappy rotfdenfs
over to tho tender mcrjICH of th6so two
ruffians. Tho.tcUlmOny dlgcloses (lieir
ubsoluto denial of having Insulted' or
maltreated their prisoners In nriy wny,
and their perjury In theso Btatomctits Is
fully proved by the testimony of Lucl
an II. Murray, Mr. Kerr, Mr; Turner
and others, who wero their prisoners.
Tho teillmony quoted at length show
ing various kinds of maltreatment and
torture to extort confessions', etc., and
tho minority proceed In tho samo man
ner to review tho testimony of Win. R.
Albright, whom they term n violent
unscrupulous man, and of James E.
Boyd, upon whoso solo testimony they
say tho majority largely rely to Justify
them in tholr romnrkablo conclusions
respecting tbe condition of society In
North Carolina. This witness, tho mi
nority say, is a very young man, and
by his own .statements haslittlo.or no
peisonal .knowledge, of tho matters
Whereof ho speaks. They revlow his
evidence minutely, and characlerlzO it
n3 weak, corrupt anil shambling. In
tho tamo manner thoy Impeach Unre
liability of tha testimony of tho remalii
derof tho witnesses, not onoof whbm
tho minority assert testifies to facts
within his own knowledge, tending) to
provo North Carolina to bo less safe as
a placo of roshlonco than any portion of
tho Union lying north or'her bounda-1
rlcs. Tho minority .then enter upon'nn
extenslvo argument to show that the
disorder,! which havo exited In North
Carolina aro attributable to mlsrula of
tho so called carpet bag stato officers,
tho unwlso legislation of congress, nnd
tho machinations of the loyal leaguo
Inciting and, Instigating tho negroes, to
Idleness, .disaffection nnd lawleasnc??.
In support of these propositions tho
minority quote very largely -rom t,ho
testimony of tho lion. John Kerr, ex
member of congress from North Caro
lina, N. A. Ramsey, and others, and a
number of other witnesses who wpro
oxamlncd and cross-examined beforo
tho commlttco. Tho minority s.iy It
Will bo scon from tho above statomijnt
that thero has been no resistance to tho
execution of process of tho courlH,'iio
obstructions ts officers ln tho exercise
of their functions. Tho report of the
majority seeks to ovado tlio forco of
this fact, thus ndmlttlng tho fact by as
sorting that tho ku klux organization
is so bdnded together as to defeat tho
ends of justice, by Intimidating wit'
nes'es, packing juries and procuring
witnesses to swear falsely In favor of
tho nccu-ed if ho belong to that order,
Tlio reply to this is easy nnd complelo.
Tho statute law of thosfnto given tho
solicitor nnd tlio Judro Iho power to re
movu ounei from nny locality In tho
slnlo lo any other locality, nt tho optlpn
of tho prosecution. Every judgo and
every solicitor ln tho state was a radi
cal ; thero wero localities in tlio state
ln which tho radicals predominated
overwholmingly, and If thocrlino was
committed 'Where tho Influence of tho
kit klux prevented a conviction, it was
only mcf'Bsary for tho solicitor to make
n motion and the Judgo would order tho
removal of tho causo from county to
county until n satisfactory ventio was
reached. It is perfectly evident from
tho ovldonco that tho process of tho
courts could bo executed without mili
tary force, and that no resistance Was
offered to its execution. It is also clear
that tho causes could havo been remov
ed from any placo to some county in
which a fair trial might havo been had.
Why, then, did tho governor prefer to
resort to tho extrenio measure of pro
claiming tho counties of Abmanco and
Caswell in insurrection latherthan u'o
tho remedies ready to his hand of ro
moving tho causci to tho counties In
which convictions might hnvo boon ob
tained ? Why did ho call on the Prcsl
dent for troops, set on foot his negio
militia, led by rufll.tni Imported Into
thestntoon account of their extraordi
nary brutality, nnd proceed to seize,
Imprison, insult nnd torltiro his prison
ers? Thero is but ono explanation,
Ills object was to slrlko terror to tio
peoplo and drlvo them from tlio polls,
and thus carry thodlstrlct and maintain
hlnirelf nud his miscreants In power,
and thus bo enabled to contlnuo to
plunderaml tyrannlza over tho unhap
py peoplo who hail been subjected to
his sway by tho direct action r the.
congress of tho United States. This Is
tho only explanation which can bo giv
en for conduct so utterly unnecessary.
Who over heard beforo of tho procla
mation of martial law ln n country
whero tho process of civil courts could
be exercised without resistance. If ho
had caused tin) law lo bo executed In
tho ordinary way through the courts,
tho.chargo vyhlch had risen against him
and his alllca for pillaging tho. State,
and giving nwny millions of doihua to
tho desperitto nil venturers vho Infested
tho Stato llko vermin, would havo. con
tlnucd, and carried tho election against
him. lie thcreforo meditated his coup
d' ctat, and his grand military ,trokoof
policy which was to strlko horror to tho
hearts of tho people, lio called tho
President to his assistance, and to
whom ho already looked ns his. fuluro
emperor, who did not full him In his
hour of uectl, but dispatched tlio troops
of tho United States to sustnlu this
worthless miscreant and conspirator in
power. Having failed lu his nefarious
purpose, and apprehensive that ho
might bo dealt with for hla crimes, his
nrei cuort la to propitiate thoso whom
ho has wronged by confessing what all
knew to bo true, that pctico, good order
nnd quiet aro supremo In that Slate,
Tho minority hero quote his confession
saying that the confession Is confirmed
by Judgo Battle, whoso testimony Is
quoted. It will bo observed that tho
testimony conlntncit In jh'o reports of
lio Uniiod Slates olllcori,- .eonl Into
Worth Carolina by tho Prcsldontj'upoip
npdlcAtlbll 'of,' fJovior! Holder ,nfo
unnnltilously tn contrdWljdfof thodx,
Islenco, of nny lorganlncd .body of llli
loynrond ovll disposed persons' lit ,tho
Htntd of' North Carolina, vhlcli ImVp
H Vlqw or ilirealott'resrilb'rieo, fq thb ac
tion.? of .tllc.'lawa of 'tho United' Slates,-
uo. ueniai to tho citizen of the
United Jtatos of equal protection of.tiio;
cnu'e, etc. Tbo.mlnorlty Aay'that tho
concurrent,' fcsllmony pf ' tho .United
Slates pffl'ccr ought .alone, mnd ,qfj is
own forco; to.be sufficient to satisfy ,tno
Senateand the country how lfctld found
ntlon thero Is for tho chargo of organ
ized reslstanco'to tho government or 1U ,
laws In tho Sln'to of North Carolina;
and how tho President of tho UnltcM,
Slntts coilld havo considered II an ton'ii
Ing to provo tho existence of disloyalty
In North Carolina, tho undersigned nro
unablo to conceive. An oxamlnatiba of'
tho depositions' taken boford thd cdm
mllt'ce, nnd their comparison with' h6'
documents appended to the messages 'of
tho President on thoso subjects, will ex-,
hlblt n mero repetition of thoBamo facts
by tho same witnesses, thus making
cneh caso of outrago do frequent service
ln the wny of exciting new horrors and
arousing additional animosities. Again,
it is observed that different witnesses!
recount tho samo cause of outrage, with
Such variations1 as their Imaginations'
may create. All examination of 'thl's'
mas of testimony will dlscloso tho fact'
that no outrages havo proven to havo
o:curred In moro than tlx or clghl
counties, all of which aro mimed,--and
of those' counties Alamiuieo and das
well wero chiefly nlleged to bo' tho
scenes of mich lawlessness. Theso wcro
tho counties selected by Ilohlen ni tho'
peculiar objects of his venteanco. and
which wero committed to tho' merclei
of Kirk mid Bergeny and yet Xho suf
ferer, whoso caso has been recited by
overy witness called from that region,
ono Caswell Holt, n colored mnn, who
had been most cruelly beaten by a band
bf disguised men, nnd siibsenueiitlv
wounded severely, was brought bdfore
tho commilteo to.rccount his sufferings.
Ills personal knowlcdgo of nil tho eases
In that county wns limited to slx('ntid
four of theso outrages had boon com
mitted by n band of disguised colored
men, whoso leader confessed It to Cas
well. Thu number of theso outrages,
detestable and wicked as they are, la
nevertheless grossly ami widely exag
gerated ; ami this no ono can doubt who
will examine tho' testimony, and who
has had any knowledge of tho creduli
ty ftnd.lnaccuracy of statements charac
teristic of, our well-meaning colored
peoplo. Noith Carolina is ono ot tho
largest States territorially in tho Union
and la divided Into elghty-sovcn coun
tics nnd contains nearly ono and a half
millions of peoplo. No act of lawless
ncssls actually provcu to havo boon
committed, except in ono or tho olhcr
of six, perhaps eight of theso counties;
aud yet It is inouoscd to employ strin
gent and violent measures of coercion
and repression to tho remaining nine
tenths of the Stato against which no
breath of evidence or proof of lawless
ness has over been adduced, but which,
on tho contrary, exhibits a condition of
quiet almiistsuggcstliig tho Insensibility
of despair. What caufeo can bo alleged.
what justification to tho American peo
plo can bo bo used, for this renewed and
wanton Invasion of a peaceful commu
nity? Tho statement that anarchy
thero exists 1 absurdly untrue, and tes
timony now laid beforo tho Senate
overwhelmingly o-stnblMies Its untruth.
If nggresslvo laws nro to bo enacted, lot
all dhgulso bo cast off and tho truo rea
son avowed. It will not bo less violent
or wrong, but It will bo less hypocriti
cal and moro manly. To nnv fair-
minded man wo confidently commit
the proofs contained in tho testimony
now presented by tho commlttco, and
nver that such wrongs m havo been in
flicted upon our unfortunate and
crushed peoplo by tli i rulers placed
over thorn, not by the- r own consent,
but by tho exercise of Icspotlc powers
by tho Congress oftUi United States,
no example of equal tibmlssivcnrsa and
patient endurance cm bo fountl in Ills
tory as is now pre-entcd by tho neonlo
of tho Stato of North Carolina. This 13
tho truth ln a nutshell, that Ilohlen
and his official supporters havo failed
to maintain themselves by any means,
foul, as well as fdr In their State. Thev
havo appealed to popular elections nnd
wero rejected with something near n
unanimity by every taxpayer in tlio
Stato, nnd now Congre;a Is asked to
step In and forco North Carolina down
again under tho feet of her radical
makers, and wo fear that Congress will
attempt to do this unwlso and wicked
uiing. will tho peoplo of tho North,
free ns yot, sco this thing dono nnd sus
tain Its promo tors V Wo hopo not, wo
pray not. When will tho men now in
power lenrn the truth of what tho croat
statesmen of our country said so wls.-ly
and well, when similar attempts wore
iiiunuto govern uritisli India? It U
tho naliiro of tyranny and rapacity
novcr to learn moderation from tho 111
success of first oppressions ; on tho con
trary all men nro thinking highly of
tho methods dictated by their nature,
nttrlbuto tho frustration .of tlicr do
slrcs to tho want of sufficient vigor.nud
men nicy rcuoumq 1110 efforts of their
Impatient cruelty, which aro nroduclnr?
as they must produce, now disappoint-
uienis ; uiey grow irnto rnra nat tho ol..
Jects of their rapacity, nnd then vaguo
wry uuu iiiauco implacable, becausoun
provoked, recruiting and reinforcing
their avarice, thplr vices nrp no longer
human. From cruel men thev nm
transformed Into savngo beasts, with no
other vestiges of reason left but what
serves, to furniah tho Incentives ami re
finements of ferocious sUhlety for which
beasts aro incapable, and at which
llends would bluett. Signed,
T. F. Hayaiiu.
TmfPopo's present residence from
which his Holiness does not emerge In
theso days-contaltia upward or bno
thousaml two hundred rooms, n chapel
as largo as an ordlnary-ilzcd church,
with nn nbtimlanco of court-yard anil
Tlrt-eo I'nniilnV KrillrtalltiorW.
' ',v,c't:ai,tIo aii'diWd h$B;"syj fthi.'
AcnVioiriiaiVwo .en tliQnWoird ilgu'rc
bf u'lUane'dOTVneast'arid grnve,'t'h6!unJ
JinWfc , WsJtrk'. rillin irir?rtUTuht1li
tlio day, oWoom ThowantlcrW dpwy
sometimes, burled In Atlnlntnn',cdrfl
tho burnlna tilaln,s 'of Africa, cr htn'
siiowy liolghus of tlio Cncosue Audited,
ly appears Ih'thfIlauribf of 'morfl civil.'
tno-snd. slory lofttbo crucHleUoiir (nil
tlio.abd'Irlfij JJIV li'a'ltMwK Wolf
Into.lbQXlaming'Cily. of Jerusalem jud
der thO'Kotnnn swords j hO hnil fought
against Quujs, Gprmaua, nud, Sweeny
but no tnnco.would 1 enter his body ( no
nri'ftwplorco tho'licnrtthrttlofigbd ti be
at' rftL TJlc). VtliA'?!dpiift;ii.crufhMl
him underfoot,-venomom serpents had
bitten him, but he could not until
Christ himself lnjtl rcltfrucd tq Jii Igc
tho. World, 'frills cgcwl, filled thoiijob
plo wilh terror nnd' emotion, nnd.prob
nbly'nroso'from'flfjiho vloqutfit 'breach--cr,
who lfti4,)Jp'r?o,t)lltod tlio Sevylafi na
tion under the figuro, of u single matt,
scaiiercu inrougn mo worm nnn 'Ucsi
troyed by liefspcutfon'. 'Math'cv Tirla
13 tho iirst.llistorlati who speaks, of It;
on Armenian' bishop, .vrsiltnjy the
monks of St. Albarls,' had conversed
Willi tho Jow nrjo'u't iho 'yb,ir jify and
ffotii that tlmo he) had 'annearod at .In-i
torVatsin sevcVal of iho "cities of't2u
rrtpo, drcsso'iHn tho' old Tinjjlj'slx . 4"
tiltho,'niUcii worn, n'ron's'bcarij, miked
feet, hhd n sad", melancholy expression,:
IIo refused nil presents but a -fowpehco
which ho gavo-rrwny to tho poor. At
Strasburg ho appeared In lOSO, and In
formed tho magistrates that ho had
passed through their city 200 years ho'
fore, which was verified by n reference
lo the city roglatcrs. Tho .n'Mimo wo
hoar of him Is ln thd elty'of Brussels in
Another nut h i ropu.'ar superstition
Wrts tho cxlsluiio of u king and ronllff
united in one, named Prefer John,
who had ruled n vast cmplro for centu
ries, in which moro marvels wcro to bo
fuund than In Mohnmmcel's paradise.
INo traveler to the Eist tlaro to put a
Stop to this absurd belief; somo even
pretended to know the placo. Tho kings
of Portugal sent several extiedUlons in-
to India nnd Abysilnla, to assuro thorn-
r-clves of tho reality, for this Immortal
popo gavo many an hour's nnxlety to
tno popes or tlio West, for fear lest
schism Should , , lug from so Ulstant a
quarter. Tlieio was a carious letter,
wrlttcu perhaps byEomepirtlsnn'oftho
reformation, to the Emperor of Itomo
and King of Prance, In tho namo of
rrcater-Johii, about 1507, inviting lhem
to bcltlo lu hla dominions, which ho
described as tho richestand finest In tho
world. There thoy would 00 tho fabled
phtcnlx, the griffin, thu roc, tho seven
horned bull, centaur, pigmies and
dragons. There sprang tho fountain, of
etornal youth, thero ;groW the tree of
Ilfo from which was drawn' the holy
oil used for tho sacraments of tlio
church; and when tho.king and his
court sat down to tabic thoy Heeded lio
cooks, fur n spiritual chef, protrarcd1
their dWieii. I
Another mystical being wai Alul
chrlsit, who wiW cuppoicd to bo b'0rniu
Babylon, nitd wliObt tho Jews wdro,
re.idy to recognize as tholr Mesairth.
Tho year 1000 was fixed upon by tie
mnit learned doctors ai the tlmo of hU
np.'icar.incoanil the odd of (ho world.
V hnvo a terrible pldlurd given by 11
colrmporary or tho desolation which
reigned throughout Kilropo ;nt tho' ap
proach of this fatal term; thero wero
fearful signs in tho heaven mid on the
earth eclipses, comets.'motcol's, floods,
tempests and plagues. Superstition
aggravated tho real evil of public mfs
cry; tho dead were raised; thd living
wcro struck with sudden doath; spectdra
and demon's camo from tho abyos. Men
thought of nothing buthowlho'y would
appear beforo God; they' gavo up tholr
wealth to churches and convents ; they
thought It useless' to till tho ground and
occupy themselves tn their daily tasks;
Ihclr fields, houses and shops wero de
serted for tho nltar. At loilglh tho last
dnyot thoycarOOOnrrlved; tho'wholo
population In tears add prayers crowded
tho churches, nnd waited In 'expecta
tion tho sonndlng Of tho seven trumpets
and tho appearance of Antichrist, hut
tho sun shone bright M over, tho stars
fell not from heaven, thd lnwsornaluro
wcro uninterrupted. "It was only
postponed," said tho eudulousj they
countcil tho days, weeks and months,
with indescribablo anxiety, nnd It
required many years of anguish
cstoro calmness to their minds.
Tlio Horrors' of War'.
A European critic reckons that at
least ono huridred'thousand men" have
perished killed outright or slowly by
wounds nnd tllseaso-slnco August 1,
when "Wefsnburg was stornied and
thoflrst'hlgflght of thd war (00k place;
that half ns many moro havo been
mrilnicd for llfl; that another hundred.
inousand bavo imbibed tho seeds of
dtsoaso which will not only shorten tho
natural duration of their lives, btlt bo
transmitted to' generntlonS yet unborn;
that probably arty thousand widows
nnd moro (ban two hundred thousand
orphans mourn tho loss of husband'
and fathers ; that from sovcnly thoii-and
to eighty thousand other home'' hnvo
been mado desolato by tho low of sons
or Drotiiers who wero their my ; and,
that four hundred thniM.iud aro In
captivity. By this war fully ono million
human beings have, directly, clthbr been
robbed of exlstenco or deprived 'of their
fair sharo bf happiness and'"onjoymcnt
In llfo within tho brlcf'spiied of Ave.
months, and upon it 'comparatively
limited area of tho'BUrfncd of Kuropol
Then thero ala thd destruction of'tho
menus of material eomfdrt. nnd the
longing for rovengo which tho struggle
Domestic economy has been praCtl
cully Illustrated In Estex, Massaehu
setts, by tho father of n family, who
refused to havo' tho'pfgs rasped" out of
his boy's boots, to" keep him from" rnu
ning around o' nights, an'd wearing 'cm
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nal nnd- IpJgPf) mul repuUtu thai ud-.yanceaof.(Jio,pratU'lng,c;hlIdreiii-
lu ' is
no.bonie; liqonly lsn placo whtTi ho
Ah I' happy di h'triwho kiiowa-ahtt' p
ptfcclatosilhlj faU bllts of ho'mc,' wh a
"heart la warlncdnuiHiam.vnlz'd t: I -i
ebcorful; Inlltioh'coi', a nil .wheY fueils h
bupurlbr.lniiutllj'of plcasura'ara'arl i a
enjoyments to tho tunrfoU'ddliglita of
outdoor, Hfo.nTlulvo happy h such a
,niA)i...IIe-ha3,dL?K)vcrixl' tho only Par.
lulho this world can uow nffird. It Is
only such a man who can havo a deep
aud slnccro pity for Iho miforlun.ito
creatures win) aro homolesa- Ho r. girds
them as being cut oft from tha best in-
Huencos of tho. earth, and expojcj tj
tho action of nil tho darker waves of life.
Ho feols keenly Sot him who has no
firesidq no dear ouo to welcome him
with. pmllus, .nnd prattle over tho llttlo
history of tho day no, tongue to sootho
Whon hqavy cares ,hao troubled tho
mind nnd rqntlerod tho heart sore ; and
tho sympathy of such a mau is not alow
to Qvcrilaw, jn, nctu of benevolence- A
good homo la tho aqurep of tho fountain
of charity lu tuo.hoart.
Our advice-to thoso. who havo' no
homes, such as wo havo described above,
la, to got, them nsjwon as possible. They
cin r.evor bo cntcntcl and bubstnntlal
citizens, nor.thoroughly liappy men, un
til. they follow thlacwncll. Get homC3l
Fill them with tho.objeota of lovo and
endearment, and seek thero for the puro
dollghts.whlch tho world beside cannot
UhTemit ll'ajs of Jlitkhis Tea.
Tho Chlnuman puts his tea In n cup,
poura hot water upon it, and drinka
.the lutuslon ot tho leaves; ho never
drcam3 of .spoiling Ha.flavor with sugar
or cream, Tho Japanese triluratea tho
leaves beforo putting them Into tho
pot. In Morocco they put green ten. a
lltllo.tausy, nud. agr.Oit. deal of sugar
Into a teapot, and. fill up with boiling
water. . .In .Bokhara, every man carrl
a small box of. tea rtbout him; n csrtulu
,qii mtllof which ho hands over to the
ji.'oth-keepcr lio patroni&CM, who con-i-
o'.A tholHiveragi'.for him. Tho Bok'1.1
.ltis lied It a.s. difficult to pass a tea
booth as our own drain-dilnker does 'o
go by a gin-palace. His breakfast b v
rngo Is SeliltscJinJ j tluitjs.tctt Havo I
with milk, cream, or innttcn f.if, in
which bread is soaked.-. During tho
day ttjno, sugarless green, tea is dra'iu,
with tlio uccompriiiliiieiit of cak of
Hour nnd mutton suet. It N considers 1
nn inexcusable breach of mannera to
cool tho hot cup or ten with the breath,
but the difficulty la ovi'reomo. by sup
porting tho right elbow In tho left hand
and giving a circular movement to t'10
cup. How long 1. eh kind of tea takes
to .draw Is calculate)! to tho second; and
when tho van Is empiUd, it is pas- 'd
r.ound among thu coinpniiy for caeli
ti;a-drlnkt;r to ink? up as many lea cs
ns thoy cm hold betwecu tho thu; ib
and fingor tho, fq.wos boltig cslceiiifil
an especial dainty.
When Mr. Jtijll was traveling in A 1
atlaltussla, ho had.to claim tho hcpl
t.illty of the llimitsky. Arabs. T ,0
mistress of. tho lent, placing a laro
kettlo.011 tho fire, , wiped It carefully
with ti horse's tall, .filled it with water,
nnu inrow in snmq coarso tea and n lit
tlasalt. Wliciuhls was near tho boiling
point, alio tossed (ho tea about with a
brass Jadla until tho liquor became very0
urown, ami iiicn a wns pourod off Into
nuolhur vciisol. Cleanslna the kottlo as
before, tho woman jot It again on tho
fire, lu order to fry a ja3to of meal und
fresh butter. Upon this tho tea and
omo thick, cream wcro then poured,
mo. laillo put Into requisition, and, uflor
n time, tho wholo.'taken off tho flro and
act osldo to cool. Half-plot woodon
muga woroJiandod round, aud. tho tea
ladlo Into them, a lui forming meat
and drink, and sailsfylnff.both hunger
and thirst. Hiivoar mado, tea Is u
blessed Jnvcuiiop.. for. the. weary travel
ler. . y.. ,
Cojimanhei SuLPmpau writes from
.Uplnwall that ho is sangulno ho 1ms
found a practicable an'd, profitable, routo
foranlaJliuiusBhlpcahul. Ho says: Tho
itratQ Isiavig:blo fortho larceat shins.
So la tho Caearjca fur twolvu wilos,
wnicu reuueps tiio.ioiigth of tho Huo to
less than n'ft'yinllcs. Jcrpssed tiiowatT
shed at n ieJgit, I,nm con.fl(lqnt, of not
moro than "Spo fa;(f correctly
measured by my pocket bar; at 170 feet
vas not moro .than .ton. .fpc't with) at tho
crea.t, and tlio.baeo not, pver a mllo nnd
n half. Tho bolght of thq b.aso abovo
tholovel of thosen I havoonly estimated,
and 1 woy bo In error. Thero Is plenty
of water W a' lock Canal, though my
prefcrento IS for iho through cut, of
course, unless our estimates reach too
tilglfn'' figure. Thb foundation of tho
hUlS'Ia n soft trap; Very easily worked ;
Indeed; nothtng belter could bo iislsed.
"Bov, why did you tako thoso shin-gles-
last Sunday?"' Bcuuto "mother
needed somo kindlliig wood.aud I didn't
want to split weed on Sunday.