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V0I1J III.--TH IKD SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C.; AUGUST 20, 1872.
.NOV 50.WHOLE NO. 840
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PUBLISHKD -WEEKLY .
. J. BIUJNKK,
Proprietor and Editor.
J, J. STEW ART,
; HATES OF SL IICII II'TION .
Ose "YEAR. iayalIo.in advance. .....f2..r0
8ix MonIths, 4 1.50
S i Copieslto otie addresp, . 10.(X)
I1EAU & FOOT STONES, &U.
I JOHN H. BU1S
I uiul thf Dulilic-.ttiici iu tLi method would
hrina tolbir attention, his ex tjftuled iaiilities
- w iiiMitins demund f iu . Li.- lint; of humeiis.
IJe nW i)rejrel to furnish , all kiads cf
Grave, Di(ilrt. iroin ine curniT(.'Ut-uu rines
toi tpe c"tlinst monnniontr. Tho-'e prcfeiiu,
tvl'R and v'ry cotIr worlis nlot on Land, can
Li ftjr-wmlioodiitfd on slunt tim!efrictly iif'ac-
i-ofr1iiiti-i Vth fi'( ifiM"tiins, draft", and tho
ternis on the coiitrnct. Jaatits ac.tlon fruaran
tp.ilL ir mi I not iiCi uiiUt rsoid, oitn or
I7;tf 1 r
'f-V --fJT :
avhi naiu Ormiircd fur
iNKi.S, bjive jusE opened a
STOCK of GOODS,
rntircly rniw and fip.l, in the room
formerly 'occupied t lie I laird ware Store,
and, next door to Binpliaim 'o., to
tli(f inspection of which Iify most cor
dially invite the public. J lair
E lit ire
wa-1 carefully selected by ihfi ponior tn?m
bor of tne firm in person, and bought at
ratfS which' will enable thein to fcell at
low, for CASH, as
From the Mobile Agister.
HOW A PPER IS MADE.
A PARODY. 1
'Pray, how ia a xiewpaper made ? "
The qnestion is easy to ask, r
But to aiwivvt-r it fully,-tny ?!ar.
Were rather a dilh'colt task ;
And jet iu a bantering way.
A8tht;u'liip-poor-wi.U sings ia the glade :
I'll venture a bit of a lay. - '
To tell how a pper is made.
An editor sits at his desk
And p.ndMS the thiugs thatappear
To b.- cWuiing the thongh's of the world
Things solium, and comic, and queer
And when he has hit on a theme
Ilf judttes it well to parade. -
He writes and he writes, and hir writes,
And that's how a paper is made.
Att editor sits at his desk,
-.. And puzzles his brain to make out
"Telegraphic!' so stpiabhledand mixed
It is bard to tell what it's about. .
Exchanges are lying around
While waiting dTspalcbes delayed,
"He clips, and he clips, and be clips.
And that's how a paper is made.
An oditor oufin tho town,
Tn search of the things that are new
The things that the people have done.
Things they're intending to do
, XJoes pftiing and prying about,
For items of many a grade ;
IletrauipS, and lie tramps, and he tramps,
And that's how a paper is made,
And all that; these wcrkers prepare,
Of every coD'eeivable stripe, ,
Is sent to the printer, and fee
- Pntceedeth to stick it id tyfip. ,
His line all respecting his will,. '
In slow-moving columns rtaradt
lie sticks, and he sticks, and he sticks,"
And that's how a paper la made,
In short, when the type is all set.
And errors cleared up more or less,
'Tis "locked in-a- furin," as we say.
And hurried away to the press.
Tlw pressman arranges his sheets,
His ink give the requisite shade.
Then he priuts, & he priuts, & he prints,
And that's how a paper is made.
m ED FRAUDS.
LET EVEIiH BOBt JfcADJR CIRCULATE.
earlvfpr yearata present ad
ruij)istraW9 cauaje .'into power under a
pled j 4S,'ohotuy ju' the management of
tha!by finances. A d- mind n now
tnae.fJSM'KaFe nf power, with an
as$r$ffjl2ft8 pfe8geha been re
The object of tb's paper is to demon
strate, from tlie ofScial records and pnb
limbed stitpinenfs of the Secretary of the
Ti'eaur'xi th it tht- people have been de-
c(ivd snid plundered, the public acounts
confi-sedjand the; public money wasted.
That the nation! debt is an unknown
quantity and rcdiictiou of the debt a de-.
liiiMon. Th;t false entries have been
madwin-' the pnblic ledgers and balances
forced by fabricating items of expenditure.
Thatjhe record of the department would
not be received as "evidence Tn a court of
justice, for the reason that their statements
of accounts are false and contradictory
upon their face. That there has been a
duplicate ftsjic of government bouds to
the extent of ruany millions, or else a false
statement of the interest account made to
cCi'pifnrv" u':dcr l!;e Kn
debt was beiug-'raprdly' nud -marveleuly
i educed, ii teas rot rcdHCiatull Int that
S15G,00O;C00 wero s'iuaiidcrtd, stolen,
divided, made way.witb. ! :
Now who got ibis jmmnhse tnm ! Who
were the ficcboters wlio divided the pro
digious spoHs t How rancVdid Grant get?
Ilw much did Houtwell iit 1 How much
d'd the naindt-r of tbj Cabinet get 1
most to elect Horace Grcelev. and .I.m - 4
J 1 I lVT t
v. .....!. j ,,om uurr ram I U e livc KltlX Uir. It S 1 at nr.r bo .
larjje number ( of wrr xhrtc mnmii
flcnerp, d paty mirsha!., pic, and rev
enue officer fcould tutim'J.tte.
j wxittd, and watched, and prayed for day-
J light in some o;ber wny in vain, and nn
n.i c .
of he whole cloth; that jthp : public ac-!
counts nave been . cuan;ta.at''U mutilated
to conceal the plundering of the' public
trrasnrv tha: whilst lJoutWeH"wa lyinz
by vnouraMYprtirnaii's "n" lite publrc a Uod forces the wra h of man to irie
nun, i-vfu so wo IH-Iieve that ii i il,
w ill of Heaven that Horace Grfelfy hll
btfome iu instrtiment iu opening ay
of dihverance and reconciliatiau of ibid
great Amtiican people.
Thia is the last and most iiiTnioua
t mi ... O
How much out rtim.m iueron get, w lio - "v '"jioi inu eiaii men wni
oQ'ers one million of dollajg to the radical .t,,e... Washington Gov emmenl.
l,ank arrants wt r fnut n.,t
'I Part of the
AN iAAYFI'L STOUM.
The Sloutfsi Ilmrts AwilI'JBtilh if
tire Dinting n (U Tilrgrajth Wirr
Li'jMnwtlfin Around a lUilrikil
many fejiful thunder ttorm
I'OOLTIin XORTII CAROLINA
I'AMEKOX. . . ' .
Tl e IMe;-h S-rt,nt l-rart :Ltt l-d
hs raid that thert" r cr.oc-b C,erra
lirt il.-rtcd to tLa IrpUta jdctJ-rd
to vote far lita to trcurt l.t r-rlcction to
lU Scuite. TLc &htiml UUcrcs ilk
U be a ickrd, malici'.uj CJ fIe atper
f kn ef the mctnWr lect ; tot U lniictr
a nliance opn bnU ry atd a parpo to
rrsort ! it. It would" U ttratje, iudced,
if any lVncrvtire or Dcxocrmt could!
i ii or,iu t- i.ant to sav
nariv for t lectioueeiii lT Dij nofi4 in Pemi- : I,'an- arra
....i : f i North Curolii and b
P i V .111 1,1 1 1; I.. ' p ii . .
Van Buren bad a sntant or two-I Ju.y syt, ,u fr to,, urc and opprc t ; '?';'T
wartwout we believe. If naXp. ard it "',,, Jm1 ho U.rcnit Court ; : ' ' - -"'';''- "
ay be one or two o.Ih,, who H ! r hf' ,L r Circuit, .
iilion or so of the public noney, and the I J w'th invention. They nte a ,
.uutry rose tip' oue'ioan and hurled i v,a1 . 1!Ul'r'iVCllu'nl on tho suppension .f j Thf Ais
iiupuiMf, toio to reUia
ftttr-li m . ... 1 ..1 I . 1. . - -
bavoccun,d da.i. - tb i.t I . 7, " . . rl
(,,. I A,. v.; 't.i . rry couvicnon to all. mind.
w w - .
n.cTi wan u.i
I'ottgbki-fpslc l:tt r to
ic f. !b.
bf th? storm nloi:g tLe Hud-
him and bis partv from oILcr.
. I . e J i
n, fs,-.. 5 m or iw,eas
and his accursed crew of thieves and in
piiier airani : i
fociatcd Pres report but tri 3v
C'f-vu. Tb Ang'o-i tonthrci uruti the trris ?lid-r st-cxi
U vuigary constituted hicb bunt'ove rthi cl:y last t venlog.
i&l . T 1 - . i rw . . T
formers may steal hundreds of millions u. ' ery t'''vP about that anti- I be ii,ting i.rpaUeti tbestani
and yet 'outhem men Ul, pfer Grant 1 9""? wn: and when it is moleed The oldest inbabitnut dn ,.t
.;...::r. v.. o " ' :. . ... i ! Heaven Would 'send .qntckly down"
ctLuniito ui fiiiii: i un tciiL. iiiLriupi inii ... . -
LLn..,l C- ! . v.i j . : . i Som
uccii i(iniu in ai uvc per ccui., ooiius is-
to Greeley whose name 'is svnonv.nous : r,; u pn!ls,;'fMl CDmt.tn.nin the Ian 1 jit vqnsl. The dv bad b-en etcrssiv.ly
with bout sty, integrity, capability. "(), fori a!'U a '' uv d uf ,l0,M' a,ul Ever hot, and 'he sto.m clouds brd lain .Ion-
some "armed and resolved hand" to "mint 1 XUCi' tl,e li X 'n (,f ,i;l,lt' II, J-InpIis-li- the mountains all day. gl,. ng strength
wounding lashes iu their ribs." ( ), ,i,a, I'i '''' J' ve co,,,r.,c ed the f.ol- hourly, till at nightfall they moved op
in tjhe r(y, for Good of fame quality.
iiieir HIOCU lw CtlC'I'l, ( mbracing
all ilhe vurinitd biancljes ct !
Groceries, Wroclcry Ware., Tigris anil
Siior.i ,Jul-c Lralhrr, Ctf a fid
; Hindihfj Shins, Grain and
i 'I ! ' ..
Crafts, 'Scythes, Cap, Lcller
and Xvfc Paper,
' - ;
ENVELOPES, I'EXS, IXK, !fc
anilja beautiful assortment of
m Vf ' i IT) t?i 1? m it. n
feel nssuN-d ofpllieir abiliit' to
give entire satisfaction, and especially in-
There are sighs uuheaved, there arc tears
unwept. , ;
There are lutes unstrung, there are harps
There are griefs "unknown, there are thoughts
There are hearts that warm when they ?eem
, but cold ;
There are loves unlost when they seem so
There are wounds .uuseeu that have often
For the soul feels most when in silence deep,
It lives uuheard as the winds in their sleep.
There are sorrows verv dark that o'er cloud
And that shade the heart in our life's glad,
There are joys unfrlt. th re are hopes unfed,
Th.' re are pleilges lhuhed. there are vows
There are flowers dead among the blooming
There are treasures-- lost ainoug the golden
There are memories sweet, we love them
But the eye grows dim as their currents
When the sun was warm, and so bright our
sued f)r the benefit of the syndicate.
In 4emon?trating all this we shall con
fine; onrselves to the official records of the
Treasury Departiqent, andfnrniah volume
and age for ever figure used.
FALE STATEMENTS OF THE PUBLIC DEBT
3Y T1IE TKEASl'RT" DEIlAB.TMEXT.
Secretary Boutwell, in , .
Ids Finance Report for
ItGO, prige 29, itafes
tiat the public debt
oil the 30th of June,
S69, was SeSGjGOGjOSS.TS
In ihslpublished month
ly debt statement, da-
Ud July 1, 1SG9, be
fjays it was ou that
4ay. - 2,013,170,291.16
Inflii Finance Report
- or,lST0, pagt- 25. he
ftates that on the30;h
June, 18G9, the total
debt was 2,5S3,452,213.94
And on page 21 G,1 same . ,
yolume, the Register -
ctriified that it was
qri the, same day 2.4S9,002, 1S0.5?
Here are four official statements thn e
nnqer the ( flicial oa;h of the Secretary tf
therTreasury and one 'from the Rcir-ter
of tie Treasury (the ! bookeeper of the
Treasury i stating cotu it lv ti a cent
visible spirits" "to tame these vilo
DEFAULT: RS U NDEIl G R ANT.
:iOUl(N L aIU'ENTKC. and CoXKLINr.,
and other chaip Radical attorneys, know-"
tins picvaaiog aul vulgar dittasf,
have framed laws, by which a subtle
Mr. BouttccU Malts a Slhjld. Error in judge, like B.Kid, could costrue anv man
i-r t .jj j it .. . . . J
uto ui iiuMoui, u", vi wo. uauie 10 airesi a -: t tmpilsoiinit nt lor
Mr. Boutwell, Secretary of the Treas
ury, in a - speech delivered in Augusta,
Maine, on Thursday-"' last, paid that the
dtfaleation under the Adn i:stratiiu of
President LincoFn was was 2,700,000 i
under the Administration of President . fry portion of the Union
Johnson, $1,700,000, and under Grant
SG4,000." Now, to show that the state
ment of the honorable Secretary was false,
we beg leave :o present the names of on
ly a few who, since the administration of
President Grant began, have defrauded
the Goveriimcat, and the amount of their
(li f alcatinns :
J. Leyard Hodge, paymaster
United States army
James Morton, New York post
Joshua F. Bailey, collector in
ternal revenue, New Yoik,
Dr. W. T. Collins, pen.-ioa
agent, Washington. D. C
General Win. A. Lawrence, pen
sion agent. New Vo:l;,
F. A.' M eC'ai Ji.e', ji; sl (Jliice,
i.i. ..... !... .1.. . . i.i i : 1 . . , .
ij-ii iki'.i in. ik iim- wen; t xi mi.T tiom nic nonz'n. ai iirnp; ireK o! riiim
arrest, except by due process .f laW-, lightning filnged the lower elgefibc
inky ma and lightenefl op the river f r
ten or fiftef n miles. Then the broad aud
less vivid flashes of bst lisrbtning follow-
ed, accompanied by sounds of deep, heavy
thunder lar otf.
At 7:30 p. ru. the storm, reaching north
and south and wrst as fur as the err could
patsed his employers' expectations. The penetrate, moved up solid and burst over
suspension of the great writ of liberty in j the city. No' w'nid of any consequence
South Cornlina made a great clamor in accompanied it, but the rain f. 11 in tor
the land, whi?h was confined not to the j rci Tlte lightning lUshcd from lit. ii
proscribed districts, but extended to ev-1K."n to hon'ton inci-s.intly in f irkcd ton-
Everv man. ' "rs " Ja?J?w clnins, atid it really
North as well as South, was made to feel seemed as though everv llish struck
that his personal fieednm was at the mer- ' soinctbing, lec.me it instatitarb .ul v
Judge Bond has sur
l h corrupt Bi-:iTc that prompted it.
1 be .N.uta Crt.!n.4 ConacrratiTe
ahould take wan i.ig aud profit hr tL
eismj la orrf k tberu by the DrmocraU
f PcnnMlrMTila. When BackalevVat
elected Senator tbnr vat a I mall Demo.
cratjc Hij .nty u jou,t ballot. -Bef or
tbe ileetiou l& tumor fprtaj abroad
that Crorrrnbo tceits U be 2Ir, rooPi
modcW:id Locpht tmo or three Demo
crats to rote for Lim. The report vu
: ii i .
am tra any cicivca ; wbcrtmpoa Demo
crats from a!l quirbra of the Stale went
it i.armi.nrj the day of election,
with revolvers in pocket, with a fixed
and afowed' dctetmlnatfon to shoot in
their stats the accuied partiei, if they
ditd Ui carry out the infAioout contract
The venal urctcbea eir cowed ly, lie
demons: i&li'jn,, ad CUmiron lat 4L:;
votes, bis money and election.
What baa been done may be do.
DesrM-rate diseases reqairc defrrate t.:
edis-as the Tennsv!rania Derr'rr,.
a 1. a .
iru ui vamcrou ana iis parchated t -,r
J Eickuwr.J 117,' fj.
KllMARKAbLi: ELF-CTItIC 1
331 Disrn ini.r.s in Srrrx Mrsi
All acctunte agree that tb
n C n j 1 1 i ii rr mi , . Tl !. .. . I Till I t ' ft 1 1 X rittlll IT tlm,ll,f f lll...
1 "., -.V . f iiii-iin ' V '. c :, . last week, throughout the N'.nb
breed trouble. Bond put his w t t0 thunder. Mokiiiz up M.tti street from , i-L
woik, and he found, or imagined he found, the post ofiicf baits of fire w.-re reei. roll (,j .,-jic jj .(, ,
in tlie Enforcement act. iu the Kn Klnx U'S "" 'be- Atlantic and Pjriiic T. ! - : niVU. , ,j)e ' ""V
law, or in the Revenue law, authority for ! pniph ofiice. and explosi in f.dlotd I ke , 1 OI 1 ucsiu; ,
nnnc.?ntii. mi indeflnilf mi m b..r r.f 1.,,...tm. ' tlie rattle tf IllUrk'-trV. S tllft bcilic flirdl". ' . ..
' IL " 1 f.,ii ll i... ., 1m . ...I . ' 11
. i v iiu one q cioca
observe yon, is fully a
siupension of the great
GO 000 ' ai-v or a
effective as th!
writ, and maKcs no i,;pi.-o. It stiMieiid
in t lT. : t all iaws, and invests the depu'y
niar-ha'ss with pnwar to j-u t the names i f
li tli" peop
i l.ill i' (". 1 .1... 1 . .
n van i nit- riin-n-ii ini. n n,'iu iiiih .ii- . . . . .
til ,i ii i . , Mi ill :.t nt stiT.tmaf ibe tlcctnc. 6m
plodid on the deck ot an operator, ni.d , , , . , , wm.w u-
t. il 11 .1. ,","u -ooirpv iruirmio:..
a on'".ii ui win' i i' tnt a Moriour, l.t .1 s t-a s n a
s i i .' .i . .i ""'I the thuM!i r winch followed wai con-
niiiiM iiij ii"-iai'iia .i . ii I'i'iii
b:iint ss .
of a county in t !.( Ir
ant st and impii-on
i i ii .
iiends and cutoiucrs to c;ll and
ith i t Ii fill their acnuaiufauces.
Tlu?y exlpect and, intend to maintain tin
re)jitati(ii f the Old Murphy llonse,-
well known throughout Western
arolina. , All l bey ask is tin--ex-
W h ill -1 iris
I ;. .NoVth (i
annnatiui if their stoe"k and fhe
frieudshps gone like the tjews of
jsmiles new tnrned to the coldest
kl reams we loved in the days gone
r ,r,i-; ,c i...r- n
thefiniblic debt of the . United States p:i I n, ' x- , ' ,
i l.w. t .r. 1 - e i - . ' in -1-111 v, W ashingtoii I). (.-.,
the30th June, 1SG9, no two (.f which o ., , , ' , , .,' '
I . , . ; - .... . , ,, . belli tJohnsfni. cl'-rk in the
.b.j ...xmo.mi.iii-,.!., Treasury, Was!ii.-t0", ). C.
Fred. A Manleu, cleik ia the
iu due instance two of, tlnni differ moie
i war; ai. :s. am
47,000 I tlo ii". 1 his is the system which h.:s
I been !ar'relv practiced id North (.'arolina,
.i r.on i ii,,.'. . .iml
.JW.1lV' ' . ' -
8,500 ! hies
i.i ir - ....
; stant f r a pencd f tl.ntef n minutes with-
I, . ,i . .1 rr . 1 ...i.i- ...ii i imr.-iiFii ui .in iiiriini Q f UCTIC.
l).wnuttli .1- pot the t f: ct w ;.s also i , . a , ... . . r ,, ,
, ,, , ,i i ,i- - U:.e fl isu ot lighliiing follow d ai.othr i
f t.ii tliog. 1 ii t In- lei ai.ii i t:e ai.er- ' , . "
i . I ii T i I ii i ' suc-li i:ip:J sncc-sioii at to excite c. -
rittmlent .1. Ji. 1 . iic. v, o tic- llad- n . , , ,
I, ,, -, i , ,,, . ,; ' y i Kioiw uow luanv occurie;
III. ( I Jt.lll4'.lll, ,.HJ U'MM II 11 IlKllir'lll. i
im; ouiiiau" i i t s a ' ion
were seated at !
li is from-these otliv-i.il statements that
.:o.uoo j t
i one hundred cutd fijiy six miU'iohs.
people ascertain the amount of our
Tnasury. Washington. 1). C
George D. Onu-r, collector of
internal rei line, Fifth Dis
John A. l'h. lips, deputy col
lector internal revenue, New
Morgan Ij. Harris, collector
...-i.,.il li;.,,..;,., V .... v.-l- oio nnn
. 1 1 i L'i.tiiiiii Mint', ill lum.
strated, where fixed amounts appear to be t1 , .,, n . '
,.1 . , , i . ,. . , ,.' Jjai-'ton Aiile, collector n.ter-
auinsieu on a siiunig acaie and nuciuaie ,
indf btediicsX. There is no oilier record
of tjie debt than these, and they confute
ai.d; contradict each other. From them
anything can be proved or disproved, and
it Is not strange that the debt reduction
claimed by Mr Boutwell can be demon-
e to show goods.
MM. . .......
i ueir mono,
projfts, read ycty and
Mam goott stocK, low m-icr
i i: i .
i dealing liud! prompt iltteution, th
endeavor to meiit their share of th
lie patnlnage. 'Fhey are in
!r nil kinds or produce and solic
from both sellers and buyers.
R.& A. MURPHY.
ROB T. MURPHY,
SaUsbnrv. March 23. 1872. r27:lvl
rL . ' - j
Thatjjre jiast like sprays on the oceau's
has eeafed andher waves
" . rest. "
Ami tjie heart grows sad that its loves Lave
That its hopes are gone audits garlands
There aresscenes we know that are faded
there are gathered wreaths aud a shaded
l nere are
V.J. MILLS T M.OKXS. J B. KEU.S.
MILLS; KERNS & CO.
WIIOI KLslt.i: AM) KI.TAil.
Ad CcnmLdsn Merchants.
S.u.isnrbY, March 1st, 1S72.
Keep constantly 'on hand a large and choice
stock of (JKNKRAL MKRCII ANDISE
Cjompriisijiig Drv Goods. Cmccries, Wares, etc
f vhkh they would especially mention
and Coffee, of all grades,
1 SHOES IKMVfS,
! II ATS.
in value like gold in. Wall street on Cor
lere ii Mr. Bout well's statement of the '
debt for July 1, 1SG0 : j
1-. Finance Report,
1$G9, page 29,
2. -Monthly debt
3. Finance Report
1S70, page 25
4. Finance Report.
1S70, page 27(,
nal revene, Missouri, 250,000
W. B. Foibes, pension agent
W. A. Biiio i, Uhi'cd States
mirshal, Aikansas. 121,000
Maihal S. P. Low, cleik, mail
ing depjutuient, Boston, 30,000
Reed, postmaster, :a Jack
sonville, lla.-, 17.000
' S 1.7 10,500
Tl.is is but a very few t f the uelanln is
under Jrawt, but quite enough to show
that the Secielarv of ti e Treasury waj
gu lty of slightly "modifying the truth."
as Jean Paul genteely his it. when he
made the above stattuunt. I Yashi,. ijU.n
I :i . and law, by
Inst before tin
St. ile Senator
! . i e.-ult as cct lain.
ind Ciiiz. i.a - enough o "ive the Radi-
12,000 i cals tlu ici ry weie indicted, or niei- r
ainsi. aid, bv tmce of terror, could Le
mad'- io vo.e the ticket of tin party.
'1 .c V ilmiioton Jvrj,'ll has l!ie f..l
lo.i.g nui.nks on this la.-t device of
ja iici.il and executive tyrany :
I i is alh ged, ainl we t el.-ive wi;h
truih. :hat i i nuc portions ! the Slate
the Fidtial licverninioi eeici-ed an
ihe modi rn J.-f-'
late t lection i:i
Ch.n.iiler boa-t.d ne.-T Latrktll, innki.
a i i
n fooi th,,... F-ry. in. y
i ..-1 1 u Hi' nt, and t he
.g d u: nig ll.e s
ute. Wi:h watch i.i ha-. d I
f.r rvcn miiiules. Flint
. " , w i i e lit . v in;i vi nl 1!
l i-.i. l- r l . - -
iecaue oi jiic w.iMi:og awv i i a ci.iv u j
degal co.i 1 1 ! 1 : ii i
in ilu en ct-
The following is, in short,
t v wni ii tins was accompli
shell, as is
ii i i ii- .-ii
aiw g'O, at;u as we Lcivive is suecepi ilk-
:m d to operate in any
the Ri-ve.nie oilin !.J
t ;.i ir p.-i t of the dii t v
songs uusung that we loved to
heart was fresh and it pleasures
foidsteeps held in the sands of
voices .'tilled inthis earttity cliine.
from the boundless
But the eithoes comes
That lies jbeyond in thelvast evermore
rLOUir and MEAL,
j SUA PS, ?- .- r
f ' PEPPER ami SPICE-S,
alwayg. on hand, of choice fpualitv. ' j
,SrEsi)ecial attention civrn to runbmJ
ments ind prompt returns made.
The Iniquitous Tolhacpo 2tr. The New
York JoUrmil of Commerce -slays : u
fuuny interpretation of the law 'has just
pccuied. j The bond given for each ci-ar
mAker cih ployed in' large mannfactori -s,
i.nl ia fact iu all cases, recites his name
and resilience, and gives a thorough dis-
criptive list. Cigar manufacturers emplnyi
lit lie girls and boys to strip or assort haf
tobacco, to sepamte the stems from the
leaf. These juveniles are usually paid:
from 3 to $5 per week for tlieirsui vices.
But Where a force of iiftv is kent un for
thirpurose it is generally the case that
there will be three or four entire changes
in the persons of the force during a
month. The children grow careless and
the foreman-discharges them, because he
can always supply their places, no partic
ular s'i, 11 being required in the business.
The revenue officers' here have actually
demanded that each manufacturer increase
his bonds to cover 1 he number of strippers
employed at the rate of $100 for each
child so employed. A tobacco-stripper's
identity is about as dfScult to keep as a
Chinaman's; and besides, they know
nothing about the manefacture, sale or
delivery of cigars, and have less to do
with them than the clerks and book-keeps
crs or drayman have. Think, too, of a
poor German who makes cigars in a ear
ret giving a bond of $100 each fohis
wife and litlle daiighter, because they
lutlp.lo pick-the stems out of his leaf
hobacco !" -
THEMtiST GIGANTIC SWINDLE
j . : OF ALL.
In another artjele w-e have leferred to
the dodgH of the radicals ; we must now
n n . t i i aT
reter to one ot their swindles. A nay or .
two ago ye tuld you of the Choi -penning
swindle,, but that was mere child's play
compared to the tremendous swindle just
brought t light. Litilefield, Swepaori &
fhv were masters in their wav. "Boj-s
Txyeed-". and Company were adepts m
thi! swindling art, but then their pciforra
auces were nothing compared with the
stupendous plunderings that have just ' We are overwhelmed by this cry from
been uncovered by the democratic resident the South Anyihimr to beat Grant ?"
coijiniitrce at Ntashiugton. They have Like a ni-iil torlured f'bevond ei.d.irance
punished an ehtborate statement of the by some fearful suffoiing'tries out in his
whole waiter, giving the figures and state- ag,Mly fr relief, for charge, for anv nos-
menjs in full. These are not manfactur. d trnm whatever that may biing temporary
-for; the-occioni but are "takeu from offi- though it peril life itself, the'Somh
'cial sources, and are therefore atuhentic iu cnlU for Horace Greelev, tho man above
THE SOUTHERN 'CUV FOR
The following rxtract from thr New
York J)ay Eouh expresses iotcihly the
felling of th South in th present can
vass. The Uy Book has long been the
organ of th;; Bourbon D.-ruocracy iu N w
York, and has a. very, large circulation in
the Soutlteru States : '
of p- oof.
I. en i; V;-. df;
gi v.-n comity. ;.f -r
and p es h t-i -i . ; 1 1-
wuiK, an i it'eii r'l.iTi-s i .mun.s ion i s
at.d Deputy M r.-h all were appoint! d.
1 he coniii!.-!'i;:( r issued wairants in
blank 1 -tin for the the anct of pai
' tee 'i J 1 J i 1 1 IT i:it
wi i e engage,! there
came a blinding llasii of ligh.uiug, and a
lb'; same blatant h ball f !ire!i..p- -i f. ..to
tli Poiighki e;..-i. and Ei'-teru R i Iro ul
Mire, ai.d ipl-ti-il on the d ik betw. . :i
Mr. T.nici )' ai d Mr. Wiikior-Mi. P .; u
wine ahi Ci d, Mr. V .ik-i -on'c i.m- a.i.l
tiigei . i ingl: ig w oh c'.. ct i .city . Fuith'T
woik cea.-eil at once-until the stotju snli
toded. 1 lie eegin. er of tb biw u tr..i'i
w il uessi d f ai I'll mi s coioioL' along t he
railnxd wli.le the liai.f .is in inota-n.
Stn als of lighti. i:g cha-d t .icii oilo r
aioiiiu hi- l'com,: : -, over il ani J
upon the r.iilio.id tiaik, sh- ti"g fir
ahead ol th' i.d v.n.c ng It ii. i'.oii.g the
raiU with ivid light. Al nig the r.i.iro.iu
thivi ri d by tin i Lining.
Thi Mary Pom ell I ..tied
gers h' re while ll.e -rortn w i
:!,! ti i r-
f.rt V tv, ,, i
1 ,r h e
Mile lli.ir, f v .
Ill I .HI 1 1 . , I i
-viol ii iii ui ir 1 1
.! ,h- ; i.i .ki: g
I . i ' 1 1 , -! y 1 i t"
i-.l '. !: m .i,e p ii ; ur.d fact dicbir-o
.i fj,l n I Ly loud and sotDrliroea rat
tling leports, !,'( r vi iberationt rolled
:liion-h tie- o ,i ii in an eudlcsa procea
m -a . i u.. j :ic and Urr.bc aouuda.
1 v o . . i ,.
i. m i i - li; ....
Il : tii,ct
vi :i r.i:r.u:i ., ditinrtlv
c o . r
i i i v i iv dn cctioii w i ie
'i. ii, i . ii
l ii r iii i : : i . t i 1 1 - ic tli-m. motiTiteu I, is
hoi.-e and beg in vmk. A father would
l e i::foi tned iL at his no:i was liable to
indicttui ul ; th a: if, however, he was
fiiennly to the Adininistrlion or dt s:red
in become so, the matter could probably
r;e;,ee that our
I'l sses, p;:ck d
THE VALLEY OF DEATH.
A tp'-t almost n lirrille as the proph
et,' v.iiley of dry boi.es, lien just north of
ihe old Moinsoii io.id to California, a re
g, in 30 mil's long by 30 broad, and sur
r.mndi d, i xct pt at t o p dnts, by inac
r 1 !e i.i. nut nt,. Il ia totally devoi i
of M.i''r ai d -g :.iti-.i;, and the thador.
f l.inl or will b'-utt never daikcns i
l.i'i- 'ui: rind. The Kansas Paci'
ic r.i i; rl i i gii.iir dicovered it, at .
also ouie ;..j.i, Mi.ieh sbiiW the fate -the
!.--; ,i :g'tn rv train," wbith cat
irraeged. Tin: father, v. Uii ll.e ep;
i iiies, and J;u!
lia.l of tab-e m it-
Cap!. Alo'.ets. ,l tool, h.ihl i f the l. II M i.r
to li 1? the ellii.e 's l. il Jll:d r c-iveil a
shock iha' c line near ki.' ki"; him d.i'. n. j
Tbnnas Fox, the Wti rn Ui.in op' : .
tor heie, toticl.'d one ot the I ra ll.ixab
screw s on his in-ti ument, when be too
received a shock hich for a lime paraly
zed his arm.
Strat g- to sav not a biiil:ing in thi i r"ie cuo" to the conclusioa that I
city w.i struck, nor was any one injured. ) Moiiaon Laew notliing about thee
The storm l istisl nearly an hour, and the" try, s;i tliey app-dnted one of their l.
li 'htnii'T' u,ii of vaiiou colors pule, I btr a h.tdir, and broke off from the
.ill m r m . all.
soi.::i i..ru Mil i:ke in gakmi ;
a Merman. N i n ncir licalh'" V'a.'
feared at once, if he took any part in the
gn-en, violet, ai.d criin-on.
And what, do they reveal to the conn-! century it ha
S i all others whom, for neatly a quarter of a
try it staggers belief, so enormous are embodiment of hostility to Democratic in
thii ftff :lra rPliot- i?t,,,u ll.t it:., Hilr.. .. l 1 l -
iuv; cmi c o'j'H sutniions. i lie uemocrauc par; v n t2
Rin has made way with ONE UUXDUEO e,own itself incapable of saving the coun
AXlji FlFTY SIX MILLIONS in three years try bv itself, and a portion ot imr former
in the management of the bonded debt, opponents having bi come perfectl v s atis
alonf, and is still continuing at that rater fled thaL Gen. (Want's administration, if
The reader man be incredulous and ask continued four ve.us longer, must end in
how Miis was done 1 The answer is ready, J military despot i-iii at fhe North as well
ibe bloodyminiled Boutwell, the Secrc- j as at the South, it is proposed to join
tary.;of the Treasury, the same fellow who 1 forces and defeat Grant. Mr. Greelev V
"orated" at Greensboro' just before our! nomination, ib f.ne mcana thb. and iVis
election., and prated about the great re ; only the overthrow of military rule, and
'...vH'-.i i.u1B jjuoiic oco., aim uie gre i reconciliation t the .Vr'.U anil South.
fiuacial ability of the Grant adminislra- General Grant must be diteated; Lis
nous-tins self same Boutwell has been . army must be disbanded and set to woik
prtti-ndmg from time to time that he was l,ke other men ; the horde of neg.o slaves
doing marvelous thing in reducing the ' be drives to the polls must be outvoted
great, war debt of the nation. It now nt the North; the carpet-bag thieves must
'urnf out lhat ,lie 'cords of this very j be driven from the South, from the con
rBfuitwell 'h6w a discrepancy or ue of tinent, from the civilized earth, and ll.e
S156.000.000 ; ui the pretence of paying : Union for which half a million men laid
7u,,: ue." m0re Ul;in Ue lia8 rcdced that down their lives must be restored. Grant
e.'Vlion in . ojipoMiioii to tue wi-IksT
the A-'iuiiiistialion, that his nm wi-u'd
be tent to the peUeutiary. Ju this vi w
of; thu case il is imnutciial lie Iit the
son was gnili v or not, t he undue ie.lluenc
OBSERVATIONS OF THE SfN
The intense heat which has chnraeter-izr-d
the j resent Summer would naturally
suggest the impresfion that th sun ii
,iAil ii.timi.iDlwm tb fik.. ia ..II 1 1. r. fl Vl!l? I Ut ail UI1MS ll OMltltltV ClC-HuHC
same. The result was that bcth fat hr at thh lime. It does not follow that tins
and son purchased safety by Having i..ipM s.-ior. wc.nld be comet, as sciei.ti.te
away on Borne pretext or other from" ll.e niea would find no didieulty in destgn-
nolls. or if thev refused to do so. the ting cause of a tern-stria! nature quite
name of the son, and that of the fat!,, r, sntHent t explain th- mtenmy a..o pro
too, perhaps, was inserted in tho Manic tiacMd duration of tl.ehtattd lei ma wii-ch I
UMrrmitiiul llov uor.. nrresled .and h oa Ii a vei rendered Ui nil so UHCliif uU.I'.
cither to-give bail or go tn j iii. Neit!?tr is it ahognb. r iroptb-bl
"! 1- : ,. 1 tho sun u.av be rail. alii. ' luf'M
i xii eouin tim.iiKS ui inu .i.uii i i ,n- ----- ,
i i r. ir.. i -1 ttm.i -imiK.il. . o. c all v .is fi.to' --I the a
ing -in others, ll.e Tilieir di-tilla-ion r,f tronoili.cr he uiaih; the pie.u ru
snirim. and in oilo is -lill. the rharL-u luminary loeir sp ml oljeci
; 1 Uese records show very clearly defeated, inambo inmboisia that now or-
imost nnnaralleled fraads that fvir ,i. u..nt. i.o'.,.
contyunaea a country ; tliey show that the shall all breathe the air of freedom again,
i edcral T reaaurv lia hrfn avctmntlf mIiV I .1 r.- i r i-. j: ; . .
' - -f wa , m in i ir i ii m f 1 1 1 r him i ir. in rwr w. iiTtpr-.
plmjdered for years j that there have been this terrible, overwhelming necessity now
oiiic4iei puoiisnea, iaoricatett out pressing upon us, we most all do our ut-
wi-ri' vioiat'ot.s ot t'ne revenue, law iu re
1 liion to tobacco.
Thie are certain seethes of the State
in vl.ivh the tobacco limine is the cmi
tiollii.g interest. I a others the d'.st iii -lion
of rpints, fr.'tn want of f.n i'.itied fr
canning ;he giaia to uuiket, is tue gte.it
i.iti n .-!.
F"i eerv man v h, ni iv have igno
lioretiiiv or knowioely coiniuilted a
liol.n'.on i f the revenue 1 iw, it would be
safj to - iy lint on an avi rae at h'at
i luce voles could b contrfdied. cry
few rn a uould r fuse to ab-ent thim
rilvts from the poll if llo-iiby they
Li-lit thi tiii-lccs nr ihiir sons or their
r ... .i... .
lion, repot t slrikiog changes in t,.e appcar-auc-ofthealiaosph
rc wi.ivb sut toi.n 1 that
r.rb. There is a g is-ou envelop- about
the sun some f.ur or liv thousand mil- s
.1 -.I.:..!. ;- ill. .l tii - i hi ni')hete.
..- . ,., -
Till thioin-n!i ie mn.cwb.it i - Ui
' . a
the vapor which raised above
. m . f j mnal tti a fur.i.ce
watched and all f h mge iu i a cn litMiii
.r.l..llv liotMl. 1 t.lf..l I Sp-Cil.CopiSIf ,
ly. 1 in- 1 aai r laa:ed cue cat ; to
the l-opl e.i.d woguu he travelled l, .
diys, and iLcn dtceu !ed into the L.
vaib-v, villi? trraclieioas mirage pf
i d Thy r Atht. the centn-,
ouly the white tai-d boanded by ki
ing peaka, mcl thiir gare. Aton:ii
valley they wandered, ue h t '
. - i i
j ni-n Oico, Him the p iniuif Bufii s.ir
ed ihemsclvia in death under i -Then
the children. Crying for -i r
at their mother' Lreaals, and
len touguea avd burning tilaL
era f dlowtd. Vi'apn alu r v
abauiioiu-d, aisil rlrong mm I
raved, ai.d dial. Af.er a e .
' inc. a dozen mirvivors found . .
; iu ih" boll-.w if a rotk iu ti.; r
,' i ' 1 1 Ut-led but ahort lioK, wl..
j isbi .1 but twa, liO eapl
I vale V and f .linked 'h' liail
tn. r e u.j ii.- n.. hi;!.:y n . .
I frith hu'idied of anunal p-ntl.
1 aii a now, f;-r 22 v', the frago
sl:l! cornjili tv, the iron work and i
, .; ; Li i i the hrirlltd fk oi
i S.u- iV ...'. tpri n 7 nr" tM jimyi-it.
r.e I.en J
has Lei ii i
I: ran bx i.o lot.gt r J"bted that I
Livnig-tone ih'' iotfpiJ African errl
hive d'.,iii..Mihed th.u.s.lvis by tLeir ! a (ou..d ,t I j j. by lb- W . -r
re-eauhes in l I.I - din cli-.n. y thlsinc- d-i.U I-lt. . . fnm tlo grf,t .v
tl , C of Mav th-N hiv.-n. an ec-p- be ' .i r c ived at j.. Ui i
ti,.,,! IniUL.nrviu'the fl ' I eio- -M ty.'u-r, a .U by Mr. " La.,.,.-, v. -
fi i. nds fr n tin
li int.ees th it a man h is neither kindred i-'t
i ' :. . ; . it... .out.! ot i
, il. .v " " I -
' " . . . I
I he -un l-H.ks a?
one t t:' o 1 ,n 11 A
-. .vt.l w ii. i- . -ir-
li I i ' :.i v. i g
S'-em d In biiu as it he cuid
f.ice i f our gical s -uir-j ol
To plie ll.e
I l,B .11 T,! r I
or ji-ieno-. " .
wi ,L. r,.A bow tfTiotil: it pie--:"n,
isforevrn the most sc.upolous horat out v, .nueifiiay ja.-t w-u
ionic one i'i T ' . ... , , . .i . . .!,,.: ,,
the tumifold oppressive and technical c ;v 1 r w " ' ' . ,lir,jrLa
- - m 1 l. iT lt.A Ull I II11I1U1. 1 111 F
intomal revenue law, . 7. , ' ... ,i ,.b.
U Ini aniin ii,iv.i!e "v...
most innocent and trivial -rvaUvo..-Jr
man to avoid a violation ot
provisions of the
and ho xr casj
to torture th
ii:.' in I n.-an-
.1,1 : i i f
;; u 1 1 .zn g
I infill a... I
t r in
..a I th, -o. it baa b-U lUlOo,
11 1 1 LA huh l ,lo 1 ai"j v....
I IU IU
th. li.c: r
1 b" f4(
go t prove
i'.i ! uiv. i
IM i f th .. . !
1 'W IU ' V. '
It u ,1! in,
v 1 1: t o v -t
nil pi i.t i -1 t!.i
j. t ui' i t.y i!
1 1 1 1
crtie of Afiic; pre c edir f,. i c-.t
cti sa! greai sprius or i a..a'n. l)t. a-.
lVu.lt loch iil U fwud t Is lit tact.
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