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V. THIRD SERIES
SALISBURY, N. C, SEPTEMBER, 23, 1875
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THE CONSTITUTIONAL, CON-
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TENTH DAY S 8UHUARY.
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Bat few ordinances of anv moment were
introduced yesterday into the Convention,
tue oeing occupied principally in dis
cussion of the per diem of the Geaeral
. .$2.f 0 Amenably and the question of reducing
1.25 in? numner of Judges noon the Suureme
10.0 Court Bench. The ordinance fixi nor the.
per diem of the members of the General
RATES : Assembly at $4, with a limited session of
The ordinance provides that each county
ot the state shall be divided into conven
ient number of districts, in which one or
more public schools shall be maintained,
at leapt four months in every year ; and
the General AseerSbly shall make suita
ble provision by law for the management
and regulation of the public schools, and
for perfecting the system of free public
mstructioo ; and the children of the white
race and colored race shall forever be kept
separate in the public shools of this State.
1 be Committee recommended that it do
Mr. Badger moved to postpone further
60 dav. and ,bin- in oaager movea to postpone runner
One insertion tuu ., ST j , r consideration of the question until Mondav.
" r- "".IT? reaaing, but gabBcaiienl,- wuhdrw the motion.
r ;,,--.. i niMntr Tin ambnfia inhaiiin t a. - i i j 1
numoer ui n.wru... --e - vUW. vu lue r. , , . fl . . ..m,,. & ,l.
u. proposition from the Committee. ZT "CrZl-.X C
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iiW,r ! :nP f0r each and every insertion
, .-in urr
25 per cent, more
"OUR LITTLE DAISY."
Whw first the wiuiis of autumn wailed,
And tang ,ilte of fadiDB floWttr8'
Oorlittlt. Daisy drooped and pa'ed.
4ddWa with Summer's dyiug hours.
yyani l't r 'i1111 f,'rm 80 dear-'
Th ouy 8,nlle U9ed to Wear;
Hr pratliiii. voice so sweet and clear,
That from our hearts, could bauish care
o morn we'll see our darliugs face.
Or hear the pattering of her feet.
Koipore we'll f. l her warm embrace,
Or lietii to her voice so sweet.
We feel it J"8 lno,t deeP'
Ytt 'twas our Heavenly Fathers will,
Aod remember. Vvhile still we weep,
la Paradise ?he is living still.
Wakoow ur darling liule child.
Io Jwos a'inS. is sweetly sleeping.
Wbilao'er her frui sojmre aud mild.
Angels, their holy vigils are keepiug.
And aa we b-w to the chasteuing rod.
While our hearts with gnef is riven'.
Lit ui say. "thy will be done, O Lord,
Ou earth, as it is iu Heaveu."
THE PKINTEE'S H0HEHLINDEN.
Ioaeaaona when our funds are low,
8ubwriber provokingly slow,
A few nupplie ket p up ihe ffoW
Of dimes departing rapidly.
Bit we shall see a sadder sight,
When due pour in from morn till night,
Commanding every sixpence bright
To bo forked over speedily.
Our bonds am! due bills are arrayed,
Bsc oval and signature di-playtd ;
The bolders vow Ihey must be paid,
With threat of law and chancery.
Then to despair we're almost driven,
There' precious little use of living,
Wheaonr Inst copper's rudely riven
From hands thaUiold ii lovingly.
But larger yet these dims shall grow,
When uWrwt'a uddtd on below,
Lengthening our chin a foot or so,
When gazing at iheui hopelestdy.
Ti. so, that scarce we have begun
To plead for lime upon a dun,
Before ihere cornea another one,
l)emaiiding pay ferociously.
The prospect darkens on, ye brave !
Wbo would our very bacon save ;
Waie. patrons, all your pretexts waive,
And pay the printer cheerfully.
Ah! it would yield us pleasure sweet,
A few delinquents now to meet,
Anking of uk a clear receipt
For paper taken regularly.
of insertions being an amended substitute on the orig
per cent, more I ual proposition from the Committee.
i tuui v ui m vuraniiviee on me r ; j; j nn
y w i nn iiuuiwvjI vi KJ A
preme Oouit Judge to three, w'
smered on its second reading and drew
forth an animated discuasiou which will
be found quite fully reported elsewhere. Raleigh, Sept, 18th.
The discussion took a broad ranee, sro'ine President Ransom called the Conven
A Wonderful Triatf.
How a Surgeon Escaped Hanging.
A most extraordinary trial baa just
closed at Haverford, South Wales, in
which Sydney Alder, a staff sturgeon of
the British army, was charged with the
wilful murder of Lieutenant P. 0. Walker
on the 21st ot May. The circttsnstauccs
of the ease are as follows :
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The Empress of Austria.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia
Telegram writes from Europe.
We are not after all to be permitted to
catch a glimpse of the fair Empress of
Austria, though she did pass through Pa.
ris a few days ago. About a thousand
people west to the railway station to see
her come in, but the lovely Elisabeth, at
the last moment, changed her destination
rSpeeial to the Atlanta H era W.
8motkered U Foul Gojcj.4 Bratir
Attempt to Rescue a Brother ami Both
art KiOedA Fearful TYoyary.
ArvssvTLLB, 8ept 9, 1875. Up the
Air Line Railroad, in the neighborhood of
Ay res ville, occurred yesterday one of the
most terrible accidents it has been our
duty to chronicle in many a day. Two
When ) on want Hardware at law
figures, call on the undersigned at No t
back into the days of carpet-baggism" and tion 10 order promptly at 10 o'clock.
bringing op recollections of the "late Prayer by the Rev. C.
unpleasantness." he acknowledgement delegate torra Martin
mA oma T.. I . U
kauit. iinu A IUIB ur buuiuci uimuuu. I
On the 20: h of May .Aider and Walker, thus disappointing the eager crowd of , lhf" I,eno' d Robert Sparks, were
after dining at mess at Herberts, a place Uight-seers. She is well worth looking at oinS , oia WeU m w0,
I .1 r r .... . . , ! accumulated untiAni T, . n
near Milford Haven, remained together S""01 roal dw- known thst these t JeT ara frnentlv
., . , ' , , . , w thirty eight years of sge, and a possible Zm .u ne8? es ireouenily
untu between 1 and 2 o'clock the follow- ndilhr id mlw her at Vien- foami m low plce-hottoms of wsUs,
ing morning, Both men were intoxica- niten years ago; she then looked about fmv' n5,ne c M(i have proved fatal
ted. At the last mentioned boor, the twenty, slender as a reed and graceful as "m7 lnlo. Por fatal agent
corporal, a man named Orean, was adeer, with the loviest dark eves "LZJL
bis sleep by A'Vder, wo w," 7T A.TT" ? TTTgl A klUll, hMFv, Sins lowered l7a buek
said that Walker had stabbed himselt CiS lIjIS et before one of the brothers. Bob, d-
Green found the latter lying on the floor by the meshes of a fine silk hair net 8cended wh.'h w axtmguished immed
bleeding from a wound in the region of Her style and elegsnce were unsurpassa- 'J ar ching the stratum of
.I . -i Klo r. orin. . .lj k- , impure air. 1 bis should have been suf-
tne nean, ana lmraeaiaieiy lamraoDea ""- ij .i.v, kUt UJU,C c,:. w-. .k, , , 1 --
arunciai graces or tne impress Nugent , . rr --r; ikuit TREES, VISES 1 PLANTS
She dressea very simple now. it is said. E 7 w7, ana uoo x large stork at reasonable rates
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury ,N. C.,Hay Il-U.
m m m
of Mr. Barrinsrer that carnet-baesers and
negroes proved an essential element in the
Convention of 1868 in the advancement
of ideas that would not otherwise have
been obtained, drew a shot from the
Democratic side of the House. Mr. Tour
t r , ,. .
gee, wnnee privilege it was to sit as a
"carpet baggei" in that Convention, was
drawu to t ho floor in defense of k'hia chos
en people,'' and vigorously went to work
to show that America itself was peopled
by carpet baggers, that for the carpet-bag
propensity ot (Jbnstopher Columbus this
country would now be peopled by the
savages, liut Mr. i. was not content
with this parallel : he held (shame upon
sneb Bacrilegionsness !) that Christ him
self was a carpet bagger, ' because he was
Journal of yesterday read and approv-
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Mr. Clingman, from the Committee on
Legislative Department submitted a report
from the same.
Hassel, Ci.pt. Bracken and Lieute. Randolph and
Moller to bis assistance. Iu the presence
of these officers Alder threw himself on
bib knees before the wounded man, sav
ing, "dear Pbill, speak to me," and then
added, "He did it himself; he fell upon a
knife." Walker thrust him away with
W I 11 ft. 11 i
usuallv in black, irrav. or lilac, never hav- wa M.WMW..I aown-
inr worn eolors since the death of her . Ver7 . ?e P5
first daughter several years ago. Her aD0T P1 nl P qwek, and at the
mannrr- marwllon.W -in. - uule iT 8 COOCIUSlVe ClttlCh Upon
uiog. and she is as nonular as she is beau. "V' . He WM mediately obeyed,
tifni Trntl. ,i. i i wneD 10 "e consternation of those duII-
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lm enrrfitlv rriP .k. UnnM.L. k.r ,ue5 P, reiaxou Ois UolO and tell
ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Woodfin, an ordinance provid-
t t W.
mg tor the means ot suomitting the
amended Constitution to the people to be
voted upon seriatim, Sec Referred.
By Mr. Chamberlain, a resolution re
quiring all ordinances introduced to be
preserved by the Clerk of the Convention
and keep on file, See. Lies over.
By Mr. Thome, an ordinance to secure
a just and equal apportionment of Muni
, .VVVftlbU BUS UVUUVUM I I 1 .ft . -
apparent horror, crying, -You did it; go imperial spouse unmercifully, and that be, XT? ag lDe eTenl rwaru proved.
ike n wutfl man anhm fa fn hor Hnni n. I m 1 'nwun, UBi 111
Sew OstsWue for leC5 aod 76 wi!h fall a
acriptiona of fruits, scat ree.
Address CUAKTA SAILOS.
Tadkb Cooaty. N. a
July I, 187S- itra.
NEW MILLINERY 8T0RE.
branded by the Jews as a Galilean, and cipalf Legsslative and Congressional
hence held up to obloquy.
Ine further consideration ot the ones
tion was postponed until this morniug at
Raleigh, Sept. 17th 1875.
The Convention met at 10 o'clock,
President Ransom in the chair.
Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Jurney, of the
Mr. Bennett, from the committee on the
Judicial Department, reported unfavora
bly on the ordinance to relieve the disa
bilities ot W. W. Holden.
Mr. Roberts, of Gates, from the com
mittee on Enrolled Bills, submitted a re
part. Mr. Wilcox, from the special
committee on per diem and mileage, sub
mitted a report eivine members of the
Convention $5 per day, presiding officers
$8, Secretaries $6. Enrolling clerks 85,
Sergeant at arini and Doornkeeper $5,
pagee $1, and mileage IC ceuts each way.
INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES AND
By Mr. Rumly, an ordinance to exempt
8200 worth of personal property from
sale under execution, &c Referred.
INTRODUCTION OF MAJ. PATTERSON.
Mr Turner said it was his pleasure to
introduce to the Convention his newly
elected colleague. Maj. W, N. Patterson,
and would ask that the oath of office be
now administered to the delegate:
Maj. Patterson went forward to the
clerk's desk, and was regularly sworn in
as a delegate from Orange county.
away from me. Randolph, I call you to
witness that this devil stabbed me." Wal
ker again asserted his innocence, and the
wounded man again denounced him as
Walker soon fell into a series of faint-
i i a a
ing tits, and Aider, wbo, it must be re
membered, is a sergeon, more than once
declared that be was dead, and covered
his face with a rug. On one occasion
Walker himself removed the covering
from his face. and. feeling Alder's hand
upon his breast said, "Take it away for
God's sake." Later on Captain Bracken vate gentleman. He was recently on his
took Alder to one side and told him that WAV lrom men to Vienna to visit hit
a serious charge had been preferred htT' .lhe apartment in
, ; the train with himself war a talkative lit-
against mm, whereupon tne oyiug man lle Auetriau tradesman, wbo soon irot into
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LU UI 1 UUUi U ... '
I the Mnmiinn ni tha nnn. , 1. L -
When she first arrived at the imperial p of th? we" did tho Te7 lbAl
rnnrt ah. r- nn ,fF,.a L tte7 on6nt 10 done, threw water io
haueh. v mother-in-law. the Archducbes. th.e weH: Thit dissipates the foul air and
Snnh; nf .wit r k- sflmits the pore air from above.
vjiM wa m f n usvaisvi Ji a V SUSP SSI at UK vjij ft a .
going out walking, (tV.nk of profining . .WM don! btttn
the sacred feet of the Empress of Austrii qtiues, Dennis, Bob's brother,
hv rnntact with tb v.,lo-r rth 1 anA K uc would K oowu. 1 rembling in
carrying an umbrella, which last, is. we
believe a fatal sin against royal etiquette.
She inherits the simplicity of her manners
from her father, the Archduke, Maximilian
Luitpold, ol Bavana. This gentleman al
ways travels very quietly, and with no
more state oj form than an ordinary pri
every limb, he gut into the bucket and
was lowered to the bottom of the well.
He hsd accomplished bis obicct. sod.
probably, became frightened at being sb
tar under ground with bis dead brother.
rvTi i t . . .
uvu uo uumcuiy oegan to ascend s
ladder that extended a short way from
the bottom of tho well aod ignored the
rope. In his haste, his foot slipped and
he fell to the bottom, and the fell snd
the fixed air that still remained proved
1 S . i lm a .at .
iatai to Dim. 1 be brothers lav dead to-
At the old stand of Foster A Horah.
Just received a fall line of Hats, and
nets, trimmed snd untrinraed. Ribbon,
and all Ibc Uel rrttuh and Americas
. a . .a a , .
raised his head and said. "What arc thev conversation with his aaiet looking com- Kemer at the bottom. 1 hey were subse-
Min 1 "What are thev talking ahont ! panion- After talkinc over matters and lily drwn UP Mn,d, lbc
i . j n i i a a H . -.
iira fur the Hotte ntots ! Room I
Vroiaoc) of God let them wreak ! ,
Hither tlis aatlets some,
Prcaoltiug the gospt-l of cheek.
Hnrtbe brass horns as they blow them !
S them, how blatant aod bold !
aVU-U will hanllj know thein.
But by their backs, as of old.
ho it their enemy ? Seo him !
Broken by manifold ill,
IWthsUndiug ready tu free him
Weak, but a gentlemau still.
Onfe a jinmd people erovrued him,
Plared hiw in highest cntuiiia d ;
HH the erased vieNirs bouud him.
West of all tli land.
JJMhsj beut or bruks him,
ThonKb they could fetter his frame ;
MSflns coinage foisook him.
JWr he stooped to shame.
Victory nVr could elate him,
eer defeat overthrow.
Honor could easily sate him.
Strong was be under his woe.
le is eouquered, but standing
LarigUt bef, e us all ;
kl aspect commaudiog
rroud aud erect iu bis fall.
N.jthing be mutters of anger,
. Hate in bis heart n.t f.und :
-Peake but to muse from their languor
Hearts that are bowed to the ground.
Hol at this man ; but he hearauot,
'liM; but he does not care,
2Il and eur9 : biit D', fears not,
ainke : but be bids von not snare.
tbe oak of the forest!
CU II mV i o
waen the storm beats the sorest,
"aat does your anger avail ?
n ' you n,fV',r an move Dim
H. "-.I1 0d vui na "trong.
'U his people love hrm-
1("aer will God judge his wrong.
Ainu? wl,Q ,ove "
For .1"? ino who kuew me trne ;
By Mr. Henderson, an ordinance sub
mitting to the people the amendments to
the Constitution adopted by this Conven
tion at the regular election in November,
ByMr. Wheeler, rep., an ordinance to
prohibit the payment of the public debt or
any part thereof until a bill for that pur
pose shall have passed the Legislature
and submitted to aud sanctioned by the
By the same, an ordinance to provide
for the keepiug of pdblic roads by taxation.
Bv the same, an ordinance amend sec.
7, art. 6. preventing the Township Board
of Trustees from assessing their own
propei ty. Commissioners to appoint three
disinterested persons to do it.
Bv the same, an ordinance to amend
art. 7, abolishing registration of voters
Every one to be allowed to vote without
Bv Mr. Barnneer. an ordinance to
amend sec. 25, att. 1, relating to the mili
tia, giving them the right to bear arms,
and not the practice of carrying concealed
By Mr. Turner, a resolution that it is the
sense of this Convention that the exchange
of bonds of the Raleigh and Augusta
Air Line Railroad bonds for depreciated
State bonds should cease untu the Gen
eral Assembly could be heard from.
Mr. Jams, an ordinance to amend see
6 ait. 2. repudiating special tax bonds
and the bonds issued by the Convention
Mr. Badger moved to suspend the
rules and take up the ordinance to relieve
the disabiluies ot W . W. Holden, reported
upon adversely this morning, and make
it the special order for v ednesday next
at 12 m. The motion to suspend was
adopted, and the question was made the
special order for that day.
A motion to suspena tne rules ana tawe
up the report cf the committee on the
question of the per diem of the members
ot the Convention was lost by a vote of
49 to 50 many of the members having
paired off not voting.
. THE SUPREME COURT.
The Ordinance reported by the Commit
tee on the Judicial Department, reducing
the Supreme Court to a Chief Justice and
two Associates, was laaeo up as we
After discussion the ordinance was
adopted by a vote of 65 to 35.
The report of the Committee on the
Legislative Department, recommending
that the bill to abolish .the Senate branch
of the Legislature do not pass, was eon-
The ordinance to reduce the number
of Supreme Court Judges to three instead
of five taken up on' its third reading, and
passed by a vote of 55 to 26.
The substitute for the ordinance in
regard to the reduction of Superior Court
Judges, providing for nine judicial dis
triciH, to be diminished or increased by
The yeas aud nays were demanded on
the call for the previous question, which
being ascertained, resulted in the call, and
the several amendments were either with
drawn or voted down.
The original bill then passed its second
reading by a vote of 57 to 17.
Ordinance No. 22, providing that all
fnuds arising from the sales of estrays,
&c, shall be applied to the school fund
of the counties, was laid on the table.
The ordinance providing that the "Ju
dicial power of the State shall be veered
in a Court for the trial of Impeachments,
a Supreme Court, Superior Courts, Courts
of J ustices ot the i'eace and such other
Courts inferior to tho Supreme Court as
established by law," passed its second
Mr. Young called up the resolution
providing for sine die adjournment and
the vote taken, which resulted : 35 tor aud
A number of ordinances reported upon
vnfavorable by the Committees were laid
upoa the table.
The ordinance providing for the bien
nial aneetiug of the General Assembly on
the first Wednesday ot January after con
siderable discussion passed its second
The ordinance striking out the Sena
torial apportionment as appears in sec.
4, art. 2, passed its second reading.
The ordinance striking out sec. 8, af
article 2, of the Constitution passed its
The ordinance striking out all of sec.
29, art. 2, after the words holding tho elec
tions in time, passed its second reading.
On motion of Mr Badger the Conven
tion adjourned till 10 o'clock Monday.
1 did it myself." Ho then sank back
eshausted, but beckoned to Randolph and
whispered, save him, save him promise
me. Hide that knife, but do not think it
was suicide. He did it, he stabbed me
the coward. Randolph asked, "Who 7
Alder ?" and Walker replied, "Yes, it
was a cruel thing; it was cold-blooded
murder. Hide that knife. They will
hang him if they find that knife." The
weapon alluded to was a large white-han
died knife, which lay upon the table, shut
and perfectly clean.
The next day Walker rallied aud made
a statement, which was aftewards reduced
to writing by a Mojor Fiizgerald. This
statemeut was read to Walker iu the pres
ence of wituesses, and was signed by him
just before his death, which occurred on
the 2Sth of May. He was iu the full
possession of his senses when this ante
mortem disposition was made. In it he
said that ou the evening of the 20th of
May he and Alder were talking about
money matters, and he referred to a debt
which the sergeon owed him. Alder
things for some time, and getting ample
information about his business, bis family,
nationality &c, he asked : "And pray,
sir, where are you going t" "To Vienna."
"On business ?" "No; to visit my daugh
ter, who is married to an Austrian." "Is
yonr son in-law in a good business?"
"Well tolerably good but troublesome
at time. " "What is he V "The Empe
ror!" At thi.- auswer the poor little man
became covered with confusion, nor could
sorrow of the assembled
greatest sympathy exists
for the sufferers, and a feeling of solemni-
ty and gloom prevails over the entire
Orders executed with care and dispatch.
Pinking and Stamping done to i
The Store will be cond-jcted o
tern and no goods or work will be
aay one. Tom rule is unranUe.
MBS. 8, J. UALYBUHT09.
Spg S10CI 1875.
The Federal Office Holders.
120 Bags Coffee,
50 Barrels Soirar.
40 ' Molasses,
5000 lbs. Bacon. 2000 lbs.
Yesterday, Mr. Price, the patriotic del- 3000 lbs. Best Sugar Cured Hams,
egate trom uavie, introduced a resolution 20 Kegs oda,
i a wa tt
ii i . mm .1 in vnn rn mm rii nitrviin n t i i v iiaTlB
oil t Ii A 1 ,j ii 1 1 i ii ew n -a f o o n . A n a Af f K A aa.1 1 " M - " - ' V k J VJ 4 V " C I I . 1 W v o
ustared Archduke avail to reassure him. Hader of Vk.e loun8 of Granville,
and be darted out of tho carriage at the MaD",.x..a.r!d Jjbinan of Lreo. d K0
very next slopping place.
Destruction to the Parthenon.
Those interested in ancient historical
relics will be sorry to learn that the Par
thenon at Atheus is being shockingly
wrecked and ruined. Tourists every sea
eon visit it, knock off limbs ot statues,
pull down portions of the - frieze which
Lord Elgin left, and, clambering: up with
hammer or stone, break off bits of the
Doric capital. These capitals, it will be
remembered, are pointed with rows ot
leaves, which are supposed to be bent
therenpon slapped his face, and a struggle double under the weighi of arch i tech, and Courtesy and deference to
followed, in which he (Walker) proved reIlc pouters seem to be esspecially
the better mau. Alder then took the
knife from a ehest of drawers and stabbed
' For the defense it was nrged that Wal
ker was druuk when he was wounded,
an of Wilkes.
I hat move is eminently proper. It is
well known that the five delegate named
are r ederal officeholders. It is equally
wen Known mat an act or Uonrreas for
bids a Federal officer from holding
office under a State Government. Noth
irg can be clearer then that tbey are not
. a a w
entitled to seats upon the floor of the Con
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at ia eminenuy proper, too, that air.
ni - .i . t .. .
rnte, rrpreBeiuirjg tne isemocraiie wing
of the Convention has paid his respects
first to United States officers. Because,
in the estimation of themselves, if not
with others, they outrank Stale officers
Soap, 2000 lbs. Carolina files,
25 Gross Snuff, 25 Coils Cotton k Jute
40 dos Paioted Pails.
40 Boxes Assorted Candy,
100 Reams Wrapping Paper,
A f ill line of Vad ic Wjllcn ware.
A full Kne of Hoou A Shoes (very cheap),
A fafl line uf Hat.
A fuUHnecf Sjddleal Bridle Salt, Pswaor.
Utngar. Ofwee. Canred (!. Bora! Pstias
characters would Reem tn rlpmnnd tH:
ot chipping this portion ot masonry, not tentiou.
u fnrtitirht nirn A tnnri.it unrwh&n rift tha I T t i . ... .
; B ," . T iyaiiy aieo requires that their cases
augur i oue oi uio uuan tiawea, as ue be dif DOtcd 0f. For it ia an aet nf
gress which renders these delegates ine!
and that, therefore, his testimony, was
The Death Kiss.
waits u,y. -pint, lo0
I au th- i--i .
r ta. assistance,
r, th7..WruQg thtsds rosistsuce,
Ath good that lean do.
sidered. and the bill laid upon the table.
The resolution to amend the Constita
tion ia relation to the filling of vacancies
in the General Assembly, was on motion,
tabled r.w !. ' nsJM
The ordinance to amend sec. 3. art. 9
Woman's love, is there anything like
it 1 A Canadian's wife has jnst died in
Raleigh, and he has taken her to Canada
to bury her uhdeo the native sod. She
died in a land of straneers. but she left
behind her the name of a devoted wife.
It was love in death. He saw her sink
ing fast, he knew it, she knew itit was
consumption. He nursed her like a little
child, the great strong man, and there
they were in the room together the night
she died. She wanted to see out, to gase
once-more at the world outside, but be
entreated her against it, and told her
that to take her up would make her worse,
but she told hiss she was dying anyway,
and be lifted her tenderly in his arms and
walked with her about tho room, holding
her to his breast and sbowtog her this
object and that, pointing out every plea.
ant thing, and she kissing him with every
breath till the last breath bad gone, and
the kiss'died cold on his cheek. Wo
relating to public schools, was considered. Ton Etaxi XsT fidubcrg Herald.
prisoner was hanged, protesting his. inno
cence to the last. There is no doubt that
I substantial justice was done in this case;
I nut all heaven in a woman's love, and , but what would have been Dr. Alder's
f told him to win it, and be worthy of it. fate if ho had been tried before the
man's love 1 When God made man, he
not trustworthy when a mans life was at
stake. It was also proved by medical
testimouy that the dead man had himself
caused secondary hemorhage by iujudi
diciouely putting on a jacket, and a num
ber of office re testified to the general good
character and kindly disposition of the
nriflfiner. Tha iurv. after thev had been
chareed bv the Lord Chief Justice of of money.
England, wbo presided, retired for delib
eration and in one hour and twenty min
utes returned a verdict "Not Guilty."
Dr. Alder was then discharged.
This verdict would have been less re
markable it Lieutenant Walker had died
before be had recovered from the effects TfiE Ancikxt Jewish Tradition' o?
of the liquor be had swallowed, or if be j Lin t h. Lilith was Adam's first wife,
had made a number ot contradictory state
wi-hed to add to his private collection of
curiosities at New York. The Greeks
have determined to protect the building
as much as possible aud to store up in a
safe place the most interesting and valua
ble of the fragments of sculpture which
lie all over the place, exposed to rude
winds, "and men more savage still than
they." Tbey have almost completed a
museum at the back of the Acropolis, but
the work has come to a standstill for lack
This fact has only to become
known among artist and art lovers in this
country and doubtless immediate steps
will be taken to preserve that noblest
remnant of Greece in her glory the Parthenon.
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janjwTF t .nacmrte un. arc . Sr.
The ahovi' tock a bonaht inr the late
heavy decline in ym.aod uoflvredatWI
aio t Retail at very abort pmfira. for real
IiiNGilAM A OO.
Juno 3rd IP7&.
like a bird, with the fair evil face of
woman, immediately on her creati n
and introduction to our first parent the
two began to fight. She said, "1 will
not give way." Adam said likewise.
Lilith said, "We are equal, being formed
ments. He did, indeed, once say that be
bad inflicted the wound himself, but as be
instantly denied the truth of this asser
tion in a whisper to Lieutenant Randolph,
and repeated bis former accusation
against Alder, adding that the latter would I of the same clay." An argument by
be h.iuged if tbe knife was found, it is wsy, for tbe superiority ot Lve, who was
certain that Dr. Alder has had a very not so toraed, in short, neither would
narrow escape, and that he ought to coo- obey tbe other. Then Lilith uttered th
gratulate himself on the lenieut view of holy name and fled away through the air.
the case taken by tbe j ary. Ou Adam's supplication three angels
The result of this trial contrasts strong- were seut to bring her back. These three
I v with that of a trial which occurred in 1 were Seooi Sensenoi and Sam mangeloph
England a tew months ago. In this case I Tbey found her amidst the mighty wsters
hgible. 1 be Convention must be true to
the Federal law, obeying it faithfully, and
Bevides this, the oaths which delegates
have laken demand this action. That
oath is to the r float that each delegate
will obey the Constitution and lame ot the
United States. If the Convention does L
not turn out Messrs. Badger, Young and
those who are in the same boat with them,
the delegates violate tkiir oaths
These sstote delegates with others
sought to thwart the will of the Conser
vative party of North Carolina by taking
advantage of a stroke of Providence upon
us, and keeping vacant for ten days after
tbe assembling of tbe Convention the
seat of the other delegate to come from
Orange. They are, or at least two or
more of them are fond of poe tiring, aod
we should not fail to give them the op
portunity of saying, as they vacate their
seats and depart the Convention Uall for
"This even-handed justice omrnende
the ingredients of our poisoned chalice to
our own lips.' Sentinel
( Oats as Mascxi A Kentucky
farmer writes ai follows to tbe New York
Newt on the subject of oats as s manure :
I have seen frequent iuouiriea about
bow to reclaim old aud warn out lands
two private soldiers were in a barrack to-1 of the Bed Sea, in which long after Busi I A quick aod cheap plan is to sow tbe land
gether. One of the men suddenly ruh 1 ris and bis Memphian calvary left their n oats as early as you eau in tbe spring ;
ed out calling for aid, and said that his floating carcasses snd broken chariot as soon as ripe plow under, keep off all
companion had cut bis throat with a razor, wheels, aud said, "If you will return, stock, and you will have a tremendous
The latter was so desperately wounded well; if not, a hundred of your children fall growth of oats ; plow them under ia
that bo could not speak, but before he shall die daily." Lilith with more than Oetoler, or, it South the let of November,
died be summoned atrengbt enough to half a woman's tenderness, and with all a sbensow rye, graze io tha spring and
write the name of the first man upon a woman's obstinacy, nsturally preferred fod down ; when ripe plow under, and
piece of paper, and signified by a gesture tbe latter slternatiwa. . Tho celestial mes- you will see one of the finest rje fields
that be bad done the deed. Tbe accused senger in divine indignation sought to you ever saw ; or, if you wish, sow clover
was triad for murder and convicted, sev- drown her, but she cried, "Suffer me to on the rye tha first of spring ; It ts vary
eral medical men declaring that the dead depart, for I am created but for deat rue- effectual and cheap. I saw the above
mao could not himself have indicted the tion of children." She had power over triad in lenneesseo when I was a bov :
wound of which he died. In due time them for eight days If male, but if female the lsnd was so worn out that tbe oats did
for twenty. Then the angels sasde her
swear by the name af the living God that
as often as she should see them or their
names or pictures inscribed on amulets, a
babe should be spared. CmnkiU Jfiya-$ine.
I. Heavy plow Sbnea at 160 worth fJOO.
' 'Women Shie at S 150 A- I7&,
Ladies Rmbroidered Slipper at 100 worth 10,
Ladtea Slippers at 1 worth 175,
Ladie Croquet fMipp-ra at $136 .rlb SO0.
La tie Cloth tiaiteis at fl76 worth SfiO.
Uadtea ( loth Uaitera at BP w..nh lui.
A large kit of Uaildrea Shoe
which convicted the private soldier 1
not exceed knee high ; tbey were plowed
under again ia November, and tha and
was planted in corn the next year lead
made a large yield ; it was before tha day
of clover. 1 have triad it repeatedly sines
with' good toccata. v
Oner the beat aelertioo of Jew
ouod ia VVeatera North Carolina.
LADIES' A GENTS' GOLD WATCHES
Gold Opera and Test Chains,
SILVER MARE, GOLD rESS,
They are agrotafor tbe celebrated DiaanCnd
BMetaclet and Eye Glasses. lUaufact ur
eal from Minute Crystal PEHBLES d and
Watches. Clock and Jewelry
warranted 12 asontha, ehargee as
taot with good work.
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