JOllNSTONE JONES, JSdiUiv-
Friday, January 17, 1873.
Next Sunday is General Lee's
birth -day. 1 . !
Most of the sovereigns of Europe
have forw arded letters of condolence
to the widowed Eugenie.
The trial of Mrs. Wharton is still
progressing. Eleven jurora' have
been obtained so far.
Napoleon's grave clothes was - the
uniform of a Marshal of France, the
game worn by him at Sedan.
Spain is still disturbed by intestine
Wjbs iThe Carlist rinsurre(jtioA'nba-
teth not, and the w ar in Cuba "drags i.
its slow length along."
A terrible earthquake occurred in
India a few days ago. Fifteen hun
dred persons are, said to hare been
killed.' ; ; ; : -' v- ' ' "
In the great storm which prevailed
in Minnesota last week, whole herds
of cattle were caught in 1 the snow
and frozen to death.
Charlotte and Salt Lake City are
alike in one respect. The streets of
each are rivers of, mud in rainy
weather. , .
The reports in circulation that
Brigham Young, the man of many
wives, is dead is false. He still lives, at
St, George, Southern Utah.
Hon. T. H. Hendricks has; been
inaugurated Governor of Indiana.
He was one of the most earnest
among the supporters of the liberal
Assassins attempted to take the
life of the President of Peru by
means of torpedoes placed on a
railroad over which he was to ride.
The attempt failed.
A political writer in a paper pub
lished in Berlin speaking of Russia
and the "United States intimates that
"those powers combined with Ger
many nUght divide the world be
tween the Qi''
The rapidity of this age is illustra
ted by the fact that Napoleon the
Third was hardly cold before sub
scription lists for a monument to
his memory were opened in 'Venice
Madrid recently witnessed a grand
zonular demonstration in favor of
the abolition of slavery in all the
dominions of Spain. Negroes and
white men mingled together in the
Kansas has a new Governor, who
signalizes the opening of his admin
istration by sending a . message to
President Grant asking the with-r
draw al of the United States" troops
from the Cherokee Neutral lands.
The Raleigh Sentinel and News pub-
lish Gov. Vance's letter, the former
without comment, the' latter with a
brief editorial reiterating its opinion
that "harmony" should prevail, and
dissension cease in the Conservative
! A deputation of Corsicans from
Ajaeeio, the birth place of the great
Napoleon, attended the funeral of
Napoleon III. at Chiselhurstf Wed
nesday. The family mansion of the
Bonapartes at Ajaceio was draped irr
Lieutenant Governor Brogden says
he enters upon the discharge of the
duties of his office "with malice to
wards none and charity' for all."
He will be a blessed man if four
years hence he can retire into the
snaues oi private me witn tne same
The two rival Governors of Lou
lsuuia, McEnry and Kellogg, who
i . .- .
were inaugurated on Monday, are
supported respectively by the wealth
and respectability of the State and
the negroes, office-holders, and ex
John Hay, the poet-journalist lec
tured on the "Heroic Age of Wash
ington" lnJsew York this week. He
thinks that American heroism came
in with JhcoThs inauguration and
A L Zi1.:!i. it T ' - " 1 .
weu i. out wiLiii. il ,ij nay is not a
success as a lecturer. ;,The Herald
says his oratory is- like newr wine, it
The Democrats of Alabama have a
majority of three in ; the " General
Assembly; but the Selma Times, a
leading Conservative journal , says
it is impossible to elect a democrat
to the, United. States. Senate, and
will therefore advocate the election
of Judge Richard Busteed.
The Raleigh Sentinel of yesterday
contains a long editorial frmnJ 'Mr'
n, i "
j..uriier on, ine western NoTth;
Carolina Railroad Company, and 1 Its
: -u r. .n - . ' - '. :
i? ate,, in which a lull statement - is
made of all the facts in the case
which have come within his ' know!
edge. He blames Gov. Caldwell for
the part which he has played in the
conduct of the road. He suggests
baac.v v.xV jjiemiuic , iook - at ' once
and carefully into the matter
At a Papal audience given at Rome
ir n! tiAiiniuni 4kt t
Itesjil - igi -
of the treatment the unurcn naa re
ceived at tho hands of the European
Powers, and ended with K the, follow
ing words :-'Xl governments strike
the Church, which 'is stricken, as
Christ waV struck It is the' duty of
the governments to defend the
Church, whereas they rather seek
to destroy it, and with it morality."
JLEGISIjATURE of north caro-
Wednesday,' January 15 1S73.
The Senate was called to order at
12 o'clock by Lieutenant Governor
Brogden. He said:
Senators : The, Constitution of
North , Carolina declares that the
Lieutenant Governor shall preside as
President of the Senate. Having
been elected to this office bv the peo-
ple.of the State on the first Thursday
of August. 1872. and having taken
and subscribe! rn; oath of office, I
appearbefore i jroujUthia dayt your
first nxeting4Siricex the first day of
January, to enter upon the. discharge
fF rnv' ftffipinl Tnt.iP '-"."-5 J"i'
.Mleemidae! fjcpmyselfto 'declare,
brthisoccasiphihat, ;,"wlthf nialice
allhallary;tmct fairly ancNni
partiajij khhwing no party but what
reonscientiously -believe to be right,
aud shall rely upon your kindness
and indulgence to cover my errors.
My past experience has taught me
that it is almost impossible for the
presiding officer of a legislative body,
composed of course, of so many dif
ferent minds and opinions, to give
entire satisfaction . on all occasions.
But it will be my constant aim and
effort to act according to parliamen
tary laws and decisions and the rules
ot order for the government oi the
As you were in session for about
one month before your late recesss,
you are informed of the situation of
our public affairs and the financial
condition of the State, and you may
rely upon my cordial co-operation
in support of all wise and judicious
measures tending to promote the
happiness and prosperity of the peo-
The public institutions of the State
should, receive the careful attention
of the Legislature. The Institutions
for the Deaf and Dumbahd the Blind,
the Asylums for the Insane, and also
the Penitentiary, are all supported
by the tax-payers of the State, and it
is the duty of the Legislature to pro
perly in vestiga'.e the management of
these institutions, and to allow no
injustice or oppression, no favoritism
or partiality to be wrongfully prac
ticed by any of their managers or
Let us faithfully attend to the ed
ucational interests and necessities of
the children of the State. Let us
provide necessary and proper means
for the cultivation of the intellect
and the improvement of the mind
and morals of the rising generation.
Our Constitution wisely provides "for
a general and uniform system of
Public Schools, wherein tuition shall
be free of charge to all the children
ot the btate, between the ages of six
and twenty-one years."
Our present free school law is deh-
cient, and needs emendation and im-
provement. I believe in the truism
that morality and intelligence are
the only sure basis of our govern
ment." A well educated and Christ
ian people are always prepared and
qualified to guard and protect their
rights and liberties
The main object of wise legislation,
should be to correct the errors of the
past, and to pass such laws for the
future as experience and the necessi-
ties oi tne times may point out to
be judicious, necessarv and proper
In all legislation reckless prodigal-
ltv and wasteful extravagance are m
iurious to the best interests of the
people, and should be avoided as
much as possible.
Economy forms one of the promi
nent virtues and duties ot a Republi
can Government. It does not on-
sist, however, in withholding from
faithful public service a just com pen
sation : neither does it consist in ac
cording with parsimonious hands in
providing for the public necessities
JBut it consists in closing every un
necessary drain on the public Treas-
ui y ; and Also, for. the same, purpose,
there is strenuously required a judi
cious application of the appropria
tions to their objects, and a vioorous
execution of the laws regarding them.
Worth Carolina has within her bor
ders all the elements of a great State
But her vast agricultural and mine
ral resources are not yet fully devel
oped. Her people are chiefly engag
ed in the cultivation of the soil ;
that vocation which was truly said
bv Georere Washington to be the
mrtof VnialKi-fi-il tTia-mrtaf iiaofril h.nrl tbf
culture, commerce, manufacture, and
thn manhanip ortu o ro tho oroat
Ot.roa r nnr nt;nn.i Rt.n.t.A
prosperity. They should be properly
encouraged by wise and judicious
Tit is a fixed principle in our U-ov-
omment. wViiVi nan nnt. K inn r.lrolv
nrthArAd tn nmM. nnr t.nrv nff.Pn
. . ... ..w- .ww
repeated, that it was instituted to
promote the welfare of the people
that those who make, and those who
carry into , effect the daws, are but
I their -agents and that to generate
? uisunci interest neiween me
- people and their government is m-
was never contemplated by the fra-
i.i ill i kj liiii n ii ibii iiii iki hi uiii iiiij. aiivi
in era of our Constitution.
A perfect tolerance of political
opinion, and freedom in the exercise
of the elective franchise, are indis
pensable :for a government based on
puouc- opinion Decomes impaired
when intolerance and lawless control
? ... 1 J 1
of the right i of suffrage 'I wtthdraw
from it that support : and we should
Dear lnTnind that, while under the
.-.... . .
imperative Republican principle, the
will oi tne majority is io prevail in
jtitsnoviolate' - which would
Opposition,, to political na(
.ould rather be invited th
. . . . -r
nrenated. fori in laudable FoDDOsition
there may be fohnd security from er
ror ; nor should it be forgotten that
"every difference of opinion is not a
difference of principle," and that, as
citizens of the same republic, we are
all equally interested in the honor,
welfare and happiness of our common
country. ; ; v ' 5 - - 5 - ;
I congratulate you Senators, and
the people of North Carolina, upon
an era of good feeling which, has
dawned upon the . conntryv aud the
calm which has followed our State
and National elections of 1872. It
show's the wisdom, virtue dnd effica
cy of our republican constitutions
and laws, when six millions of voters
in the United States can gopeaceabiy
kto the omnipotent ballot-box, with
out any force, tear, or intimidation-,
and cast their votes for the man of
Differences of opinion in relation
to the affairs of government may be
conducive in the end to the discovery
of truth, and a frank investigation of
matters of public importance ought
never to b discouraged. But I think
that well-meaning and sober-minded
men will agree that there has been
too much passion and too little rea
son ; .too much party and too little
regard for principle ; and that in ex
amining the acts of our public ser
vants, there has sometimes been a
fearful disregard of truth and justice.
Let us hope for more generosity and
charity nereaiter. Witn no vain re
grets for the past, let us look hope-
tully forward to the rewards of, the
future. Let us try to promote the
further development of our vast and
various resources, and improve the
credit of our State. Let us try to
keep step with the progressive spirit
of the times, and the onward march
of events, and show to the world that
we have not lived entirely in vain m
the latter part of the nineteenth cen
tury. Let us try to preserve untar
nished the honor of JNorth Carolina.
escutcheon never be
stained with the foul blot of Punic
faith. It has been well and wisely-
said, that private credit is wealth-
public honor is security. The feath
er tnat adorns.- the roval bird sun
ports his flight ; strip him of his plu
mage and you hx him to the earth
May our State continue to advance
ana improve in au respects until it
maye truly said of her, "her wavs
are ways of pleasantness, and all her
paths are peace. Let us try to serve
her according to the measure of our
abilities and the best lights ot cur
understanding. Let us remember
that we have a country to serve in
stead of a party to obey.
' Let names, and sects, and parties fall,
And public good be all in all. "
The roll of members was called and
the following Senators ansvyered to
their names : Messrs. Allen,- Avera,
Earnhardt, Cowles, Cramer, Cuning
ham, Davis, Dunham, Ellis, of Ca
tawba, Ellis of Columbus, Flemming,
Harris, Holloman, Humphrey, King,
Mabson, McCabe, McCauley, McCot
ter, Miller. Nicholson, Norwood,
Powell, Price, Bespass, Scott, Smith,
Stafford, Todd, Walker, Waring,
Worth, Long, Morehead of Guilford,
Murphy, Murray. i
Absent Messrs. Grandy, Oudger,
Hill, Horton, Hyman, Love, Merri
mon, Morehead, of Rockingham,
Seymour, Stilley, Troy, Welch.
A quorum being present the Senate
proceeded to business.
Journal ot the 19th ot December
was read and approved.
By Mr. Ellis, a bill to amend an
act to incorporate the town of Excel
sior, in Burke county. Referred to
Committee on Corporations.
By Mr. Vv anng, a bill to incorpo
rate the City Hall Company of Char
lotte. Referred to Committee on
By Mr. JNorwrood, a bill to amend
an act allowing the U. S. Government
to purchase and hold lands in North
Carolina for the purpose of erecting
light-houses thereon, so as to au
thorize the Government to erect
light-houses, dwellings: buoys and
coal depots. Under a suspension of
the rules the bill passed its several
readings, and, on motion of Mr. Mur
phy, engrossed and sent to the House.
Senate resolution in regaru to in
ternal Revenue, taken up on its sec
On motion of Mr. Nicholson, the
resolution was made the special or
der for to-morrow at 12 o'clock.
Senate bill amendatory of an act
to consolidate the school law and
to provide a uniform law for com
mon scnoois, taten up on its second
On the motion ot Mr. Hillis, ot Ca
tawba, to lay on the table,
Mr. Cowles called for the yeas and
The motion to lay on the table pre
vailed by 28 yeas to six nays.
Senate bill No. , in regard to the
taking ot oral and
tions, taken up on its
- Messagefrom hisExcellency the Gov
ernor, recommending this Legislature
amend tne act ratinea on me otn
Uy uiiiaiiuaiv, iuif, unnu. an. avt
huu whuuww uo-
ernment of the United States to pur
, ,i Ar, -vr tL n .
Cliase anu noiu laiius in xiuitii hiu
lina for the purpose of erecting light
houses thereon, so as to authorize
the said Government to erect light
house keepers' dwellings, buoys, and
coal depots and the buildings coh-
On motion of Mr. Flemming the
message and accompanying letter of
Com modore Stanly was referred to the
I tnmmit.t.eA " on Internal Imnrnvfi-
Committee on Internal Improve
ments. ' -
On motion of Mr. Norwood? the
committee was allowed and request
ed to sit immediately.
A communication from the State
Geologist was received and referred
to. the Committee on Internal Im
A message from the House of Re-
presentatives imforming the Senate
that the House had organized with a
the transaction oi ousiness.
PiOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
5 Wednesday, Jannaryjl5, 1873:
At 1 Ml Mrf Speaker Robinson
called the'House to order.
The Clerk read the journal of Wed
nesday, December 10th, 1872, which
was approved. The roll was; called
and 98 members were ascertained to
be preseutC The following is the list
of those whq responded t0 their
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Abbott, And
erson, of Davie, Anderson; of Clay,
Badger. Ballard, Bean, Bennett,
Blackwell, Blythe, Bowe, Brown, of
Davidson. Brown, of Mecklenburg,
Bryant, of Pitt, Bryan, of Sampson,
Bryan, of Wilkes, Bryan, of Allegh-
anv. Brooks. 5dnn, $vrd, Uarter, car-
son, Cox, Craige. Darden, Davis,
Dudley, Dula, Ellison, Fletcher,
Foster, Freeman, Gant. Gidney, Gil-
mer, trodtreyr irorman, iiooawyn,
Grady, Gudger, Guyther, Hanner,
Hampton, Heaton, Houston, Hughes
Johnson, Jones, ot Caldwell, Jones,
of Northampton, Jones, of Orange,
Joyner, Johns, King, Lindsay, Lloyd,
Lutterloh, Luckey, Mabson, 'Marler,
Maxwell, McLaurin, McGehee, Mc
Neill, Michaely Moring, Morrison,
Norm ent, Outlaw, Paschall, Perry,
of Bladen, Perry, of Wake, Presson,
Reid, of Mecklenburg. Reid, of Ran
dolph, Richardson, Rhodes, Shaw,
Shinn, of Iredell. Shinto, of Cabarrus,
Shackelford, Standford, Stowe, Todd,
Trivett, Turner, Warlick, Waddillf
Watson, Wangh, Webb, Winslow,
Wiley, Williamson, Whitmire,
Wheeler and Whisnant.
On motion of Mr. Jones of Cald
well, a message was sent to the Sen
ate informing that body that a quo
rum was present and that the House
was ready to proceed to the transac
tion of public business.
Mr. Craige presented a memorial
from the Commissioners of Rowan
county, asking an appropriation to
pay a reward for the capture of John
Mr. Anderson, of Clay, a memon- j
al from the Grand Jurors of Cla "
county, asking the removal of R. M.
Henry, Solicitor of the 12th Judicial
District, for drunkenness.
A memorial from citizens of
Franklin, Macon county, asking the
prohibit ion of the sale of liquor with
in one mile of that town., was read.
Mr. Shinn, of Cabarrus, a memori-
al from the Commissioners of Ca
barrus county, asking a ''fence" law
for that county.
All of the memorials were appro
priately disposed of.
By Mr. Craige : A resolution ap
propriating $1000 to the' captors of
John Allen Ketchy ; Referred.
By Mr. Johnston : A resolution
adjourning on the 9th of February ;
placed on the calendar.
By Mr. Badger, a bill to exchange
the stocks of the State in railroads,
corporations, &c, for bonds with
which such stock was obtained. Re-
The bill provides that the exchange
shall be at par. and no special tax
By Mr. Bennett, a bill to amend
the act to incorporate the North
Carolina Railway Company. Refer
By Mr. Lindsay, a bill in regard to
the payment of costs in Justices
Courts when appeals are taken
to the Superior Court. Referred.
By Mr. Brown ot Davidson, a bill
authorizing clerks of Superior Courts
to pav over hues and tor eitures to
county treasurers for the benefit of
the school fund in their counties.
By Mr. Houston, a bill to amend
chapter 14G, laws of 1871-2, and chap
ter 137, laws ot 180-1. Keterred.
By Mr. Norment, a bill to amend
chapter 1, laws of 1871-2. Referred.
By Abbott, colored, a bill to repeal
chapter 243, laws of 1868-69. Refer
By Mr. Craige. A bill for the better
governments the town of Salisbury;
By Dudley, col., A bill to amend
9j-iapter 139, laws of 1870-71, in rela
tion to the fees of Justices ; referred.
On motion, the House then ad
journed uutil to-morrow at 10 A. M.
Indian Policy. Senator Morton,
of Indiana, in a recent debate in
Congress concerning the policy of
the United Sta,tes towards the Indi
"It is true that there have been no
Indian wars in Canada within per
haps one hundred and twenty-five
years, although the Indians have
been graduallj' receding and giving
up their territories to occupation
What is the reason of it ? Because
from the first in Canada there" has
been pursued a different policy from
what we have pursued : there has
not been that aggressive-policy
The rights of the Indians have been
regarded there. . They have been
kindly treated ; they have been re
cognized as having rights. . Ii other
words, the Indian policy in Canada
has been what the policy or YY llliam
Penn was in Pennsylvania.: It ; has
been a kind and. an honest policy;
the Indians have, been dealt with as
human beings and as having rights,
and their rights have been regarded,
Treaties made with them have been
observed : and I think that the noli
cy we are now entering on of so
treating our Indians is going back to
Flexible Stone. We are indebted
to Mr. Samuel J. Blume, of Nazareth,
Pa., for a specimen of itacolumite,
or flexible stone, a curious mineral.
of which he i in possession of several
samples oDtainea oy nun m stokes
coun ty, Ni C. 'fin ; Brazil and the
Ural, mountains, diamonds have
been found in the itacolumite rocks;
but, in general the diamonds are
obtained from the soil -in the vicini
ty of the above rocks.
iIoq Jefferson has leftWilmign torn
The epizootic has . re-appeared in .
Hillsboro and the vicinity.
, Parties from Illinois intend pur
chasing lands in Orange county.
A colored woman named Dolly
Macks, from South Carolina, died in
Wilmington on Saturday aged 114
Thus the 2?ro puts it : Old papers
for sale at this office. Five papers
and a stout twine string warranted
to make a good bustle....
Adam Carson epl. aged 73, was
found dead on tbeGreenville road, 5
or 6 miles from , Ruth erfordton, last
week. King Alcohol called for him.
; It takes S3 saws.f run by, steam; to
cut the wood nsedpn the North Caro
lina Handle Factory, of Greensboro.
"l Gov. Caldwell lias pardoned aTnian
named Chastain ( in the Jackson
county jaihfor four months for steal
ing a bushel of irish potatoes. 1 '
John Pettecordl the stage driver
between Statesville and Hampton
sville froze to death while hold
ing the reins during the cold spell.
The young folks of Greensboro
have "storm 'T (!) parties and the Pa
triot gives notice! of them several
days in advance. (
The hat brim of a. little white boy,
living in Eastern -Ward, was shot off
yesterday by the accidental explosion
ot a gun which ne was handling.
For a wonder theCoroner .and, un
dertaker missed a job. So says the
The Greensboro New North State
says that last week, Monday night,
in Asheboro, a negro woman named
Titia Lvtle, being intoxicated, fell in
to the lire and consequently died
Tuesday morning. Her flesh was so
badly burned that the skin pealed
off all over her body, except one side
of her face.
The Raleigh News of yesterday says :
Justice is not so slow in every case.
For instance Chick Boots, a notori
ous rowdy of Winter's Row, knock
ed down one Luke Thompson, Sun
day evening. He was arrested by the
Police, taken before the Mayor Mon
day morning, who s.ent him on -to
the buperior Court, lhe Grand Jury
ound a true bill on the same day,
lis trial came up in the afternoon,
and he was convicted by a Jury.
Judge Watts will doubtless pass
sentence to-day. ,
A New Tribes A California paper
describes the discovery of three vil
lages of Juni Indians, supposed to
be the survivors of the ancient Az
tecs. Thev dwell on the great trail
from Fort Mohave, on the Colorado,
to Albuqnerque, on the Rio Grande,
and are about a day's journey from
the. diamond field. They number
6,000, and arc very different from
other tribes, being m looks, bearing
and pride of dress, a manifestly su
perior race. The women are come
ly and modest in dress: their hou
ses are clean and their cooking good.
Certain kinds of cloth are made bv
them. These people have fields of
corn, wneat and vegetauies, nocKs oi
sheep and goats, and they keep all
the domestic animals. They are
friendly to the whites, never fight
aggressively, but are stubborn in de
fense. Their houses are of stone,
three stories high, and built in ter
race form. Thev worship the Great
Spirit and believe that He dwells in
Lydia Thompson's Bale of Cotton.
Our readers are doubtless aware,
Miss Lydia Thompson, of the Eng
lish blondes, was presented with a
bale of cotton bv the citizens of Sa
vannah, GFeorgia, some time since.
'What will she do with it? has been
the frequently asked question, and
that question was decided in St. Louis
on the 4th inst.; when the famous
bale of cotton was sold by Cap t. Mc
Donough, Chief of Police, to whom
it had been presented by Miss ihomp-
son, tor the beneht ot the city poor.
The cotton was; put up at auction
and sold to Mayor Brown for $150,
who gave it back for the benefit of
St. Vincent de Paul's Society, when
it was again sold for $105. It was
again put up for the benefit of the
poor, sold for $100 Miss Thompson's
agent being the buyer, it was again
returned and sold for $75 lhe last
buyer had it put up for the benefit of
the Southern Orphan s Home, of
Kansas City, when it was sold for the
fifth time for $75, making a total of
$500 received for one bale of cotton,
that sum going to help the poor.
Remarkable Memories. Dr. Joh n-
son, it is said, never forgot anything,
he had seen, heard, or read. Burke,
Clarendon, Gibbon, Locke, Tillotson,
were au distinguished for strength
of memory. When alluding to this
subject, bir William Hamilton ob
serves : For intellectual power of
the highest order, none were distin
guished above Grotius and Pascal -who
lorgot nothing they had ever read er
thought. Leibnitz and Euler were
not less celebrated for their intelli
gence than theirrmemory, and both
could repeat the whole of the.
"jEneid." Donellus knew the 'Cor
pus Juris'1' by heart, and yet he was
one of the psofoundest and most ori
ginal speculators in iurisprudence.
Ben Johnson tells us that he could
repeat all that he had ever written,
and whole books that he had read.
Themistocles could call ; by their
names the twenty thousand citizens
of Athens. Cyrus is" reported to have
known the name of every soldier in
his army. J3ortensius ! (after Cicero
the greatest orator, of Borne,) after
sitting a whole day at a public sale,
correctly enunciated ; from m em ory
all the things sold, their prices and
the names of their purchasers. Nei
buhr, the historian, was no less , dis
tinguished for his memory than for
his acuteness. i In his youth he was
employed in one of the public offices
of Denmark. Part xf a book of ac
counts baying been destroyed, he' re
stored it by an act of memory, ,! . , '
Hebrews in England. Th e rr
brewrace arjg jeyidjB.nUy,t'looking Up"
in England. Several of them have
had baronetcies conferred upon them
during the present reign. Som e
more are -members; of Parliament.
Mrl DisraeliJ whoso ancestors wprJ
Jews, has been . Prime Minister of
England. The head of the British
Admiralty is Mr Goschen, a gentle
man of Hebrew ; extraction. Mr,
Lawson (otherwise Levi), proprietor
of the Daily r Telegraph, of London
has been offered a baronetcy by Mr!
Gladstone, it is said ; and now Lord
Romilly, after. having .been Master
of the Rolls- for twenty-two years
has announced hiss intention of re--signingahdit
is stated that he will
be succeeded by, Sir George Jessel
the Solicitor-General, who is a Jew!
The office is next in dignity to the
Chancellorship, and the salary is
$30,000 a year, with a retiring pen
sion. Philadelphia Press.
Either Money or Honesty Scarce.
A down countryman, sending the
Savannah (Ga.) Neics thirty cents for
sample copies of the paper, puts this
sentiment in one corner of the en
veloj e : "To post Masters Gent.
This letter contains money. Plecs
handel It with a pare of tongs."
Laudreth's "Warranted Garden Seed.
WE will receive in a few days a largo
and complete assortment of these re
liable and popular Seed.
Clover, Orchard Grass, Lucerne Lawn
Grass. &c. W. R. BURWELL & CO.
Furniture at Auction.
will sell on Saturday ISth, at mv Auc
tion Room, a lot 'of FURNITUKH.
SEWING MACHINES, GLASS WAKE
etc., etc. T. II. GAITIIEIl,
jan 15 Auctioneer.
JUST opened at the old Bakery opposite
the Market House, where you will find
fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, Bons, Roils and
Rusk, every day. Citizens are invited to
give us a call.
Also, Oranges, Lemons, Cocoanuts,
Raisins, Currants, Figs, Nuts, Candies,
Citron, Jellies, Sardines, Pickles and a
general assortment of Confectioneries kept
constantly on hand at low figures. Smok
ing and Cbewing Tobacco and Cigar?.
Fresh- Bre;t d at Four o'clock to
day. C. L. HOLTON it CO.
"Wanted to Purchase.
Bushels Corn, 1000 do. Teas, W)
do. Oats, 200 Sacks Flour. lOOt)
lbs. Choice Livj Geese Feathers.
Parties desiring to make sales are rr
qnire l to furnish samples with the name
and prices written thereon.
G. W. CHALK,
Office npstbirs over Wilson & Black's.
TO THE LADIES.
Db. Hooper's Female Pills, a positive
cure for Suppression, or Irregularity, aris
ing from any cause whatever. They are
JS& Every Lad yxlvuld keep a box of the
Pilh mi land for vse in cafe of need.
Price, $1.00 per box. Sent securely scal
ed to any address on receipt of price.
Direct all orders,
HOOPER A CO..
P. O. Box 2153. Philadelphia, Pa.
J: T. SUGGS,
(Successor to Coit and Suggs,)
Trade St., next door below Merchants' &
Fanners' National Bank.
GROCERIES & LIQUORS.
WHOLESALE dr RETAIL.
KEEPS constantly on hand a large and
well selected stuck of BACON, LAM),
MACKEREL, FLOUR, MOLASSES, .SF
GAR, COFFEE, TEAS, SPICES, CAN
DIES, SODA, SOAPS, CANDLES, SE
GARS, TOBACCO, Ac, Ac. ALSO, Com,
Wheat, Rye, Oats, Ac, bought and sold
jan 11-Gin, -
Books at Auction.
I will sell at my 'Auction Room on Sat
urday 18th, commencing at 11 o'clock
a. m,, a large lot of Valuable Books, some
very ancient works. Sale Positive. Terms
Cash. T. II. GAITHER.
CANNED FRUIT, JUST RECEIVED at
the Auction Store- 1,500 cans of fresh
Peaches, Cherries, Damsons and Black
berries, which will be sold very cheap by
the case; T. II. GAITHEli-
i. M. LEAK & CO.
No. 4, Granite Row, Opposite
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail deal
ers hi Manufactured Tobacco, Smok
ing Tobacco, and Cigars of all
grades. Driers in the above goods will
do well to examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere as we can oflcr,
The copailrehip heretofore existing be
tween McMURRAY, DAVIS & CO-, b
this day been dissolved by mutual consent
The business will be continued by Mc
MURRAY & DAVIS on a larger scale than
ever, r '"'' !
With many thanks to a generous public
for the very liberal , patronage extended us
for the past five years, we beg a continu
ance of the same. ' .
- J.W. McMURRAY,
Jan 12, 1873. . J. N. DAVIS-
A CARD. ,
With manyr thanks to our friends an"
patrons generally, for the liberal patronage
bestowed uponMcMurray, Davis & Co., we
beg to state that we have withdrawn, an
in doing so ' we respectfully ask that onr
friend vriU still bestow upon McMurra
fc Davis the patronageso liberally extend
ed toi4, j t W. H. H HOUSTON,
. Jan-12, 1873., WM. CROW-
fresh supply at
VALUABLE , City , Property
I Terms easy. Apply to
jan 11-lw C. WV ALEXANDER.