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SALISBURY, HJ CM JAHUAEY 13, 1831.
The Carolina Watchman,
ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1632.
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tflll von it la comTOscd of tl3
Ktroni;cst clterathrea that exist, and la aa
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For MAI? and BEAST.
I External and Internal.
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j For the Watchman,
i , At Home:, Dec. 29, 1830r"
jlfr. Editor : I seo that the two aruend
njjents to tho Constitntion, submitted by
tie legisratnre of 1879 to the voters of the
State, for their ratification or jj-ejectiou,
has been ratified bv a- inaiontr of the
good people of the State, and by:. the pro- '
ctamation of the Governor they jare parts
cf the Constitution of ; tlie State. As to
t)o amendment in regard to the fraudav
lent debt of the" State, that is final and
peeds no legislation to make it effective ; .
but tho amendment in regard to tho Deaf
Mntes, Blind aud Insane of theJState, this'
Legislature has the powerj and 'tis its
doty by wise action to iuake.jt both eco
nomical and a blessing to the tax-payers
of the State witrwut-jinfiiugiiig on the'
Welfare of those' unfoVtuhate'beingsas
was intended by the mover of said amend
ment in the session of 1879. ! And the
tnovcr of said amendment feels it his du
ty, although he can expect butlittle ben
efit therefrom, being close on the "home
stretch" of tin eo score years aiid ten, to
ktate, for the benefit of after generations,
that some of the most potent reasons that
iproaipted said amendment are the follow
iing: i -
Under the Constitution as it was, the
Legislature had no power to restrict ex
penses within proper bounds and the
outlook being so gloomy as regard the
: Insane--onen to fraud most iiicantic and
when the prospects of the State would
have been completely damagejl by these
galvanized philanthropists, the jcost in the
near future would have been a quarter of
a million of dollars yearly ; that the limit
of taxation would have been entirely in
sufficient for State aud county need, and
I here say that these . pretending philan
thropists will not be easily choked off.
They have a hand in and they! will fight
a deadly fight to keep their Isold. The
present amendment puts it entirely under
the control of the Legislature jvith regard
to tiie indigent insane, and cits olf all
those able to pay, as well as tho Deaf
Mutes and lilind. We shall tiass by the
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ijear Aiuies aim uiinu , we. ihuik.
case lias, upon the "whole, beeiijjudicious.
lut not so with the insane. Kot going
far back, but beginning with the Asylum
at lialeigh : At tlic sessions of 1677 and '79
there was appropriated $00,000 a year,
for two vear, and for 1878 there was a
dsQcienev of $3,000 for about 270 insane.
Say, tho last named year, $0)00, at the'
rate ot two luuulteu and utty uollars a
money, when, if it takes 17 silver dollars
to weigh a pound, she lias grabbed 5,000
pounds, or five two-horse loads of silver,
1,000 pounds to a load.
We ask will you make the Insane wait
till they are dead T It seems so. The
money is what they are after. What da
thev care for the Insaue? ' SA.nd now. let
me advertise, that these same galvanized
philantrophists will twist, wrangle and
howle in onr Legislature, jto make the
laws nudcr the Amendment, in their favor.
to keep on grinding the blootLand bones
of tho hard working people of the State
for their special benefit. Will they bull
doze the Legislature T We shall see; The
Amendment says, the General Assembly
may provide - that the indingent deaf
mutes, blind and insane of the State, shall
be cared. for at the charge Jof the State
Man provide. it jsivesth Legislature
discressjoirio make thlFprovision or hot
as they may elect. I how the General
Assembly will not undertake to provide
for them at the charge of the! State. If they
dotbat Amendment is aud will be worth
less. " j -
The General Assembly should recur to
first principles if they do. (The grabbers
occupation will be gone, and in the near
future it will save to tax payers at least
50.000 dollars. The Legislature should
enact laws m.vking each I county pro
vide for its own indigent deaf mutes,
blind aud insane, that tho State Treasur
er acquaint the commissioners of the sum
required tor their maintenance, and remit
the amount to the sheriff wheu they make
their returns of taxes collected tor tho
vicinity, are now makjog active prepara-j
tions for constructing a hew, and much
larger school-ouildiug near tho site of
the old one, which, when completed, will
no doubt, afford the ahf pJes accommoda
tions, and reflect honor on Jail who may
contribute, either in ihoneyniaterials, or
labor, to its construction. .They do notj
intend that this school shall, like many
other in the country, go down, but that
it shall be perpetuated:; and, with annu
ally increasing educational facilities, ex
tend its enlightening; influences to very
remote parts of our country. (
The writer of this was most agreeably
impressed with the evidences of profound
interest in the school manifested by the
people of tho neighborhood.; All, even
those whose heads were whitened by the
frosts of more than seventy winters, were
in - attendance by ijit awellas day,
gi viug ; their ; ii n d i v id ed af letrtiowto al i
that transpired, and tendering theirhos-
pitalities to th.oso from a distance. Dif
ferences in politics and religion had.no
power to alieuate them from a common
brotherhood in the great cause of educa
tion, the only true foundation of enlight
ened Christianity. There seem to be two
elements essential to the success and per
petuation of any school. They are these:
1st, a good Teacher j
oareijr able to vote when the war may, be found anywhere, and bf. the
e oseJ. They were young men who aid of wax easily cut ont a larr4 ho1
in physical and moral manhood, In (without the slightest sound) insert an
SOcial stand in or Ir nil ram!!- lJ.I 1 l -. k
bt ... iuiuim tiui7. fcuc via me nan or caiciu raise
anu 111 lUture nrosnects. had nn sun. Ifhn nrinTr fl-, fP tUi. 1
Exteusir OixratiomM o Ttrn rViM;.
j ; Their Arrati.
riots in North Carolina. Yet to-day, are1 ! ready for operation. A sraallj: New York Jan 2--t Wednesday
( -.oi.-w.il vu- itw vouiiaissioner
j Smith from Consul Crosby, at Florence,
t m1vi-(1 ll 1 111 rT fli Mnfn f 1. m
within half.a dozen years ! ing,! can then go through room after three American forcers who were trav.l-
I Well, what shall be done ? To oar 1 room, selecting every thing of value, ' nS wit their wives under the names of
mind the only thing that can be done while the owner with his wife andeo,W Ashton Colbert, Henry Wills and
is to stop the manufacture of liquor, babies lies in blissful unconsciousness. Jamc J-J"1'0 V
Nothing but a to, declaring all kinds Usually, the rogues by watching I wi-f Amerifa
nf ,i-:u. ' .,a u. 1 ut t? r8 were foand in Aeirj possession
.-A.va.tug uuuiiii mill- iiuisuii, I l vuim viim uuusc ak ucvi-iiiue, can leu. I
of action on the part Of himself, the trus
tees, and the people generally of the vicin
ity, in its support. The school at Min
eral Springs is evidently blessed with
these elements, and 1 ence its success.
On the above occasion, tho writer had
the pleasure of meeting intelligent geu-
and therefore under the ban, and sub-1 by 'the lights, uot only what roorasare
ject to destruction wherever found, sleeping rooms, but also precisely
win cto any good. We know by per-1 w,"re the door, the bureau, and . the
smial experience, that no, moral re- bed, in each . room are located This
stramt, no appeal to manhood, no ex-lis less diulcult in small'towns .where
ertion of will-power, can stop tlie gas is not used than in cities: for
large majority of intemperate men when the inmates carry a lamp it is
from taking the fatal cup just as long to tell by the reflection the location of
as they can get it. And so long as it the bureau, mantle-piece, and bed, so
is made they will have it."
Telegraphic correspondence with Consal
Crosby developed the fact that Colbert ' -wasalias
for Peten Burns, Wills for , k
Wflken, and Julias for "Shell" Ilamiltea.
who was out of prison for nine monthf. V
A dispatcli was then received which .as .
nouncetl that evidence had been founds
the police of Florence implicating Charlt- 1
Becker and Geo. Engels in the vfbrgerie "
and asking for their arrest. Eogels's tli '
j as, as discovered by the Italians; w
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State. And further, the whole matter of "emen nom u.e u y,i.n..K u..tjr u.
c.n.HnrrMu, fortnmitP to the Assvlum Montgomery, of whoiki he sought informa-
bo left in the bauds of the, county Com-
man as he was descending the steps of his
residence, and took him also to the police
tion concerning "that wolf" which was
missioners, with a skilful physician to
constitute the Board. And further in any
y- Organized and Ready for Worh-Lut ,,ea1a"wters. The Florence authorities
jt f.h nm were advised of the capture of these men,
ojine Ufficera. and they sent word back that extradition
C7For ealo r.-i all Iirurristn.
John f. henry, curhan co.,
! i - kilt: pbopsietous.
A. l.l Tf- '
killed about a mouth lago, in the big wood
a few miles iiortheasi of Troy, and of the;
Court where a crimiual pleads insanity as true wolfekip of which many were, for a
a mitigation of his crime J the physician time, in doubt. Having seen the stuffed;
should be'tendercd to give impartial evi- hide of lie animal ill question, he was;
deuce in the case, that the comity may satisfied that it was! that of a vertiable
not unjustly or wrongfully sustain dam- wolf, but desired to know the thouguts ot
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age: aim tnai tiie commissioners; suau ue uiuws. " -
required to advertise in ! their ! several any longer exist in the part of country
counties from tiie 1st ot September to near wueic uie aunniu im.iv.u ,
the first of December, in each and every the best judges, and,!amoug them, gentle-
year, who the county sustains and pro- men who have resided in countries wiiero
vidts for, and the cost. And the Board the wolf is common, junhesitatingly pro-;
so constituted should have exclusive pow- nounco him a wolf; jJiat since the one re
er to send or not, as they may think best ferred to was killed, jjthree or four others
for the insane, or keep them at home, have been seen ; and that one William:
For one of tho assistant physicians at Hurley had recently lost more than a
Raleigh in 1879, said, that) two-thirds of hundred head of sheep, which, though,
thfl inmates of the Assvlnru. had no busi- killed by carnivorous animals, were not
ness .there. Then it is uselessto send them killed by dogs. .Now, whence came those
to tho A-ssylum, and it can't benefit them, wolves f Ave they aborigines or the
w liv not keen them at home, and save at county of Montgomery, or aretney immi-
head, and yet there was a howjf from Dr. , ton0 ,tmrth of tho coJ Wjiere thev grants from other pints, settling there,
p Grissoyi for more money, while the Stato ft t inalignunt theiri friends would and claiming the lights of squatter sov-
of Georgia's inRano cost her about oue
1 lT,1.n.. Tmi . i ' m . .
i. i I --, -i.ino ncrasei once ior rue
T lltlf 1 11 a 1( nm nor mn ra iwIah u in littlA I 0 1
0., 1 i. .! wu uu triuar
vu' cAouaiige nst is very uauger 01 suiinuiing on me wrong usht Enffea Wfla nrrofltt atiA u,. " .
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oiiiuw, mm uuuuiiess many oilier pa- spot, xi is wen ior me puDiic to Know at the police headquarters. Detective
and, 2ndly, concei t . pers arc in favor of the measure ; even these things, as ths cold, hard whiter were sent to Becker's house, about tio
of our exchanges we may have over- up North is drivintr swarms of tramos I u,,es back of New Lots, in King's conn-
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looked some who would like to be and outlaws down South. Fanner V' ""'J- waicnect tne
I I bklio-i nil tl. .. 1. t.
!-o;r,i , :.. r.... ,1 1. L.i iri..-. - ...iiSiL uic buow storm, anu
d I I on r nil.ir innrmnir tliiir iinw.f-i 4l.a
r ;n 1 11 1 1. 1 .1 . ft
ue win giauiy puDiisn tne names on
nv l,af.,n..n n 1 i.-i egisiavurc.
.. umii ihuj tuiut lj uui nuun icugCi
The Methodist, Baptist and Presby
terian papers are committed to
1 1 , 1 I - mm iiici ocut worn oacK inac extrauition
0 ' - f I I n.nnera frnnlil Ua fv-.ll .
lb. aurch JTeHayer, the Episcopal Kaleiqii, N. C, Jan. 6.-The TT r--- ZZZ
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organ is tiecKieuiy lavorauie 10 uie rs,,rtW-,,u "WUM ",Bl vyj as the man who perpetrated the SG4 000
movement. day A quorum Was present. I he forgery on the Union Trust Company id
members were sworn m by the clerk 1873. He was arrested, and a plate of a
of the late House, Col. John D, fwrgc clicck was found at Ins house. He
nainprin. nf Hnrliam. W&8 ,PtBO,lcr m 0-omb and LndlOW
Canon Frfrrar, in a recent address Notices were given of one contest 3"T i 7 8 V. ? . . ,T
I o I nHul&hrYlP1ir I totnrn thnf ! 1 a1 Kaah
4:i.i 'p t i .-t. ,. . .. t " wtH
vuulicu iviu iiei uiivo anu ienisia- i mo senate aim two in tne nouse. n i. r e .
i mniiiouucu in uusianuuupio ior lorgmg
tion," published by the National Tern- W. T. Dortch, of Wayne, was Turkish bonds, and broke jail with two
perauce Socity, referring to the cry so chosen president of the Senate pro confederates, "Joe" Elliott and "Charley
often made, that "You cannot make tern., and C M. Took, of Franklin. Umcr. He is, according to information
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fionnlo snbpr Lv Art nf Pnrlinmm P TT., . T? f g'.ieu uy ll.e po.lCC, CliargeU Willi COm
I I. ' I mitt in rr n m nnlpr t4.iiirA onma rAii
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im; . ucm.aun., .3 no. u ue mat man, oi liuncomue, cuiei cierK oi uie afi0 uaward Born, is a iinQor ueftler tt
you cannot, to an immense extent, Senate, John H. Small, of Beaufort Mercer aud Houston streets in this city.
make people sober by Act of Parlia- reading clerk of the Senate; Thomas MIe 3 under police survillance
ment. You can: it has been done C.Evans, of Reidsville, reading clerk
aver vast tracts of America. It is of the House; John D. Cameron, of
being done in wide areas of onr colo- Orange, principal -clerk ; J. S. Tom
nies. It is done in hundreds of our Hnson. of Catawba, en crrossina clerk.
English parishes where the land-own-
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cr lias the wisdom to shelter his peo- fcenator Morgan, of Alabama, in a $2,500, bat the judge has to pay his trav-
!' far Sale by T. F. KLUTTZ, Druist;:
i JU;1V tDUiLsuiiry, j. . .
AMES M. GRAY,!
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Attorney and Connssllor at Law,
SALISBURY, X. C.
)lucc in the Court House lot, nextdod
to Squire Haughton. WiU practice in all
e -Courts of the State.
ATTORXEY AT LA f)
Practices in the State and Federal
gttanun at Sato,
keep them and they would not be incar-
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UUimmi anu um-iy-uvc- iiuimis eacu , . , - . r:sontfi fwr life.
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year, l o me, mis iooks in pus ouiie, Lfcfc ho hiXVC lxn t m,lty
insrcaioiBaiyaiiiu-p....aui..py mko am, enjovment of frecdolu that they e
thieving philanthropy! Dr. Grissom took , GoJ . theni. To
for Sm more than feorg.a per hlMreerated : au AliSvlllIU for life
capita. Shame. j horrid. Worse a great deal thai! the pen
rrii T.risl:if.iiif. of 1 &77 nnnronri- I . . ....
--j -i ifpntisirvi in it n, ar?re niaiorirv oi cases
I 7 o U
ated $100 tor each outside ihsane, and
before the session of 1879 adjourned the
Treasurer paid out swine forty thousand
have hope of liberty at some time, and in
a large majority they are sleak and fat;
and with the colored, they seem to be
dollars to them, some counjies taking L Bnt look at most of the inmates in
taxes they paid in for their insane. .A very
large crop of insane, I think. Under this
From the N. (j. PreKbyterian.
In another - column we publish a
card "To the public," on the subject
of a prohibitory laiv for the State of
North Carolina. It will be observed
law the commissioners in each county
in the State made a general, grab on the
State treasury. Why, they would ran
sack the poor houses ! I knoijv that one
commissioner hauled a two-horse load of
Temperance and Legislation.
The Poor Judges.
"In the first place any lawyer fit to be
a judge is apt-to have given op a practice
worth doable the salary. The salary is
pie from crime and pauperism by the recent interview, gives expression to Uling aud boarding expenses. Under our
simple rule which hej on his single a sentiment which has gradually gam- present system of-rotation, he has to be
autl.ority,can make, and make un- ed ground since the election. It is away from his family nearly six months
questioned, but which hundreds of in effect that trade, not the politicians, S J year, and if he should live .in Pas-
lich sort the
movement seems to 4e growing into
enthusiasm. The I JSorth Stale Press
Blasteer7 and Msm;
Jan.iv22 1879 tt.
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tho Asylums. There is iio hope when it that a State uonvention is caueu ior
shall end, it is misery multiplied; who the 12j.li of January, prox. The time
can solace it! Is it any wonder that like si,orfc am ;t behooves the friends of
the bird robbed of its freedom it pines mnnr;inpp trt k pt;tr themselves. Let
i ,i; c ,1.. T,i !.. it " 1 1
itWilJ ituil lilbii I ou uu iuv l m. r uuui tvi . til II
- , " I A I. I ,1 I nrt i 4....n. nil rnitwiltc
a.' ii . . i ' inere ue iieieaiuj nuui an
i a creation's blot. Aud sometimes thev
are incarcerated by mercenary j motives, of the State. It k pleasing to note
nifiii jind women who are sane, are in for that secular miners' arc co'minir out in
them to Salisbury to get them on the nfe fe tlieir enemies r relatives to get favor of this measure, and that the
cnaige oi u.e ouuc, u .u u.a.0 u ()f the Qf whjc
tueni ; lor it was merely a snanieiui grao
game, and allthe way they Jcould get a
half showing to grab too. They got five
through, and most of them, I jhave been
credibly informed, were as good hands
to work as could be found auy where.
By this wholesale grabbing, jas the late
Chief Justice said on another case, the
State treasury became "exhausted," and
the hutLLegislature could not. as nmch as
pay fifty dollars a head. T.hi Treasurer
'being before the Legislature,; said there
was no money for them, it was exhausted.
Now;lets peep into 1373, and seo what it
Asvlum at Raleigh may not bean excep-
flnn An,l T think t.if i reasonalilo e,,u,Mau,s,M
cround for tho Legislature to create a says and we coiild expect nothing
committee of experts, to examine' aud if else from that quarter:
anyare thus incarcerated jgive them the lib- "Let every Christian man, woman
erty Godlias given theui to enjoy. And an(j gjjj taje a y.XQi aU R00I1 our
to examine the roll and call each one, and - c, . ... XA M rUU twr.
SALISBURY, IT. C. .
j-ealerift-Tin ILL All low down
ard Conner W-Jin fac t I will
ard Stills, - " Sr-sell STOVES
tovds in full 3P2 J?"cl.caper than
anetv. Par- rZ Iftsft. vou can buy
;iny where else
Pr"in this city. -4-
jhe Cheapest OtlTW" WiU rvV'r
to the best. old stills oh
IF YOU WISH j
Yoiir Watches and
Clfu-U-s. Spw in?? Maehir.es.&c.
Kepaired by a ood,- cheap and responsible
woricpaan please leave theru wuii .lessrs.
I-Miiti & Kendleman, Balisbufv, in. u
mr ! -Il-'L. 1U.(
II. L. BROWN, f
Cheap C hattpl IMortgagcr
ariou8 other blankB for sale here
report the actual number in the Insane
Assy hi in at lialeigh. One other commit
tee to examine whether the outside insane
received the one hundred dollars for 1877
and '78, or how much and what! was done
with the baltancc, and if their monies
were misappropriated by commissioners
cost the Sfate for the insane ijn that year, b . theQ. to puni-ji.heut.
and making provision for tjiCni in the
future :' The Asylum at lialeigh, $03,000;
outside lunatics, $40,000 ; Mojrganton As
ylum, $30,000; Asylum at j Goldsboro,
.20.000 in all for 1878. $158,000. Is it
any wonder that the treasury should be
ity and the courts! will be rid of two
thirds of the business that pile upon
the docket of evcrV" county, aud mon
ey will be save toj the tax-payers in
the way of bills of cost fastened upon
tho liermle bv the result of Iinuor sell-
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ing. Do a good vyork; and you will
never regret it.
And the Durharn Recorder:
"The questiou presents itself, and
Jackson Hill. N.C;
Dec. 25th, 1830
Ei. Carolina Watch ji ax: On y ester- the question of tle hour shall indi
come exhausted worse than tlie late Judge day came off the closing exercises of the vidual freedom war against the best
Ilis rifijht to a living is
Pearson's judiciary. Now, six years ago, fall term, ior tne enrrene yeai, oi tne ;ntcre9ts f the wole? One is grant
tin. Legislature became very jjnucha gal- school at Mineral ftpriugs institute, n, i.j . ftother a j
.1 I A. I .rm a-h rm aI . . I "
vanized. philauthnqnc boily when tney cxaniy couuit, wuium, 3 ia ""! ior
i:.i i,:.i t k ii.io that, institution, marked evidences of the lJOC 1J
lllll HOI. UI IHCICUUCU liwu iu u -v. ...j ' - . j
any interest on the public debt, appropri- until ing energy and skill of the Teacher, thus guaranteed; j Hut may it not be,
ated only the small and insignificant sum aud the good deportment, zeal,jand pro- that this right to ii living involves at
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of $75,000 to build another; Asylum at gress of the studeuts. ine ony circum- tj,e game t;me tJ1D ,Jeath of his patrons,
Morgantou. Two years thereafter that stance-calculated to mar, in the least, the the turmtlil 0f coihnmnities, the ani
i t t. r.....J,l:-.. 1..I.1 I -iimvmonf nf th wlmli- .nv:iinh. wna tlm
small sum snoweu ine iuuiiuuhuh knvi. . hjv.j i . ..,
The Iecislature of 187G-'77 appropriated inadequacy of the size ot the Academy to
for 1877 and 78 $00,000 more for complo- the accommodation of j the large crowd
tin" the main building and one wing, present. This iuconvcnSence seemed to bo
Was it done? No. But thefmoney was uuneticed, however, and, notwithstaud-
cone. Then the Legislature! of 1S79 gave ing the chilline of th weather, all en
them $50,000Tuere, and at the called ses- jjiyed it hugely. Those living at a dis-
sion thatfwas spent, and the building not tauee set out for their respective homes
ready to accommodate one lunatic; and to-day, traveling over bad roads, and
like the lTorse-leach the cry if as for $25,- through a most blinding snowjfall, feel-
000 more Yes,' morel but they did not ing that they hadTbeenj richly repaid for
get it. Anybody can see that Morgan ton all their trouble, and carrying with them
nuiRt. bn insane, or they think: the rest of their hopeful sons and daughters to eee
the State are,-to let them tilch the hard loved ones at home, and te jenjoy the
earnings of the people. Mrejfldy one bun- Christmas nonuay s.
ii nnd irlitv-five thousand dollars. It The teacher, Mr, 0.
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wonder Morganton has o plenty, of Trustees, ana luo.neop.
C, Hamilton, ; the
o .generally of the
mosities of indivtit
they do ; aud shil
uals? We believe
make no objection
1 1 I li. 4 nln K.MonfVit. Tii inei.i n a
poor men anu poor women ana poor .w iu.c x - ni.-rokec district. h irubl b.v fcw,nn.
children on his estate cannot make, question as to whether Garfield would hpoi
-tuuities to pay even a flying, visit
however passionately they may desire pursue a pacific course towards the home. He has sometimes to travel twea
it and however deeply it affects their South, or attempt a coercive interfrr- ty or thirty miles in an old open convey-
. , , i i ir I ,M wUh nr nffiirc Iia aiid "The ance, no matter how bad the weather is
social, moral and religious welfare ence with our auairs, lie saici . ine .
' o I . - ... I un1 nr ion Ii arriv.i in TliA v 1 1 1 il rr a Iia
namely, that there shall not be a sin- people of the United fetates willreg- .ftt Dd . .
gle liquor-shop on his estate. Not u ate that matter on strictly business tuIt shades of Eccles and Blacknall de-
make people sober by an Act of Parlia- principles, and Mr. Oartield will 101- fenj ust Thero he has to stay one and
nent ! Why at this very moment to! low 'the course of trade.' Tlie inter- sometimes two weeks. In his room you
nal commerce ot tne unueu oiates is mji iu w...u&.t
by far the most important interest of The liuen-we mean cotton-upon hi.
. . , ii'i bed was clean when it was new. The
the American people, and that is be- intended to .unnlv.
ing conducted in the most friendly but tl,e gaVo out. Tho biscuits
possible spirit. The merchants of tempt him, but when he breaks then-
New York would sue out a writ of open he finds them all "sicklied o'er with
lunacy against one of their number the pale cast of" soda. And so on w
j. 11 -a a ! might mention other discomforts ho is
who would write to his customers . , . . B,Ur
j f . subjected to occasionally in the smaller
that he regarded them as a set of bar- towllg
barous bull-dozers and an unchristian And he undergoes all this, gives up a
skt of peeple, who resort to force and practice worth twice the net salary for
their immense benefit, you are mak
ing 20,000 people, among whom are
the very worst drunkards in England,
not only sober by Act of Parliament,
but absolute teetotallers! Who are
these? Why, they are the poor pris-
oners now in our prisons, not one oi
whom from the day he enters prison,
is allowed to touch a drop of alcohol,
and who, in consequence of this re
striction, arc as a class, in spite of all
their other disadvantages.so complete
ly the healthiest class of people in
England that there is a lower rate of
mortality among prisoners than there
is among, professional men, and that
as the death-rate stands highest of all
among publicans, who sell alcohol, so
it stands lowest of all among thepns
oners, who are absolutely deprived cf
every drop of it.
to laws, which, not founded on tem-
perance intolerance but on sound so
cial principles, shall come in to say
that prohibition Isnall be the govern
ing principle of
future State legisla
The Farmer ana Mechanic, of lial
eigh, comes out
ing the liquor traffic in the following
weighty words :
"We cau give
the names of thirty
favor of suppms-
There is little safety in locking
doors when professional burglars are
in town. If the key be taken out of
the lock they quickly fit one to it. If
the key be left in the lock, they use
a small pair of nippers, of the best
steel, with a sliding ring, graduated
so that when they have clamped the
nib of the key have an outside handle,
land can unlock the door as readily as
if the real handle were outside." The
best protection is a thumb latch, with
a nail above it, the latter to prevent
its being raised by a long, thin blad
ed knife, which burglars carry for the
purpose. There is, also, little securi
ty against professional burglars in
fasteuing the window with a nail, un
less driven very tight, and one on
each side. The scoundrels carry a
ball of wax, which they press against
the window panejintil itsticks. Then, 'jj;
fraud to keep themselves in power,
and that he would neither- sell them
goods nor buy their cotton."
j Mr. Nordhofl' writes to tho New York
the honor of beiug a "judge." -Anson
This we suspect is a neat bit of irony.
There are very few lawyers who make
more than $2,500 ayear, even in the
three "cities" of the State. We have
heard very eminent Counsellors say that
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"ihe nonincrp negro i umouuu , . .., 4ll fnm:iv .TfWnRP.
io most docile, ami, on the whole, the " .
I. . -
i.f i...:i..i.t laborer in the world; but And if there be lawyer in tne tawy
the Southern white does liot kuow how to strictly dependant on his profession for a
manage him." livelihood, who will not jump at the
I This is modest. The Southern people c,anc0 Df being a judge, even at $2,000
who were reared with the negroes .and gaaryf xve should like to see him treat
thoroughly understand them "do not ft vacancy , then "watch tho Pro
Icnow how to manage them." Of courso fegsors" jf yOU wish "td seo a rush for
tiie Northern man knows all about it. $2,500 salary, and sour soda biscuits!
this reminds us of the hundreds of Norm- Fanner & Mechanic.
! a trlirt HI irh.'d their teuts in the
VIUV10 w I ' - -
like ourself, were they use a smll glass cutter such as hien allowed to go to seed
nth immediately after the war and rent
ing or buying farms began to show tho
ignorant Southerners how very little they
knew about cultivating the soil. The re
sult can be summed np in a few words:
tlie despised Southrons own those farms
noiv, and the boastful orthcrners nave
long ago "busted" and departed "to parts
nnknown." And now the .Northern ise
iien are to teach the stqpid Southern
tlhites "how to manage" the race they
i.Iiva nlnred with and been on terms of
kindness with from childhood. All the
lissons the "colored mau and brother"
hive learned thus far from Northern
Apostles have uot tended to make them
wiser, happier or better, and this is the
hUh, the whole truth, and nothing but
tile truth. Wil. Star.
Clover-roots contain the most fer-izin"-
matter after the stems have
Krixg is Axotiif.u House. Oneof the
wood haulers, who have all been baring
such a fete chanipetre. so to speak, for
the last week, yesterday came in with a
two horse -load. As the supply has been
considerably better and prices off in con
sequence he asked only $1.75 for it. A
Hebrew citizen, his only taker, offered
$1.50 and I ho trade fell through. The
wagoner couldn't staud the racket aqf
drove off for home with his wood nnsohl
but overtaking a sympathizing friend jil
the creek borrowed a horse from the lati
tei's empty wagon spikwl it before his
double team and returned to town in all -the
glory of a three-horse . load. Tlie
Bame citizen watchful for a bargain, hail
ed hiir. Tw ad- a quarter was de
manded. "I takes dot trce-horso load
for $2.25. Drivp him to mein house,
Dat.U. wie4S like' it&trhtU 06-