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jSIlisbuet. tuiday Mitten s.
f he Pemocrats aq4. Cqnscrvatiyw of Rowan j
Viojn t tha Court Honae, in ftilUbitryon Mon
Ulr the, 15th day of April net, bein the fin
veek of the Superior Court, tt one o'clock, 1",
lj, for the purpose of electing delegate to re-
presenti tliia County in the State Convention of
I lie Democratic-Conservative t'arty, to be held
L. i . . .... . -, . .
' i . i . J. . . i. !
at ureenaboro' on the tirt day Ol .May next, anq
al ia the Congressional District Convention
be held when and whcie the Executive Com-
Uee of the Ditrict,hall appoint. . '
JAMES E. KEHIl, .
Chairman County Lx. Committee,
larch 6, 1872. 7 (
LIBERAL REPUBLIC AXiatiL
la reading (he details of the proceed
ings in Congress, as they appear in the
Hlobc, and particularly the epeeches of
Jtle; members, one cannot avoid being
struck with the difference of tone and
temper displayed by the two divisions tn
Xa which the Republican j party is now
plit. The Radicals proper, or the Grant
.men, manifest the utmost briefness, ititol
erance, tnd spleen. They seem to hope
for success only by appealing to the vin
dictive enmities of the Northern peo
'pie towards tie South, by keeping alive
the war epiru, by perpetuating sectional
Jealousies and ennunities.1 Jn speaking
ot the south, Morton, Conkling, Edmnndi?
et id omne genus, constantly, belch forth
vituperation, insult, misrepresentation,
tind malignant hate. No fpark of gener
ous Veeling towards us warms their' frozen
'bosoms They would keep us down-trod
' den. j' - " "A -.1 v.
, On the contrary, tho Liberal Repnbli"
cam, led by Trumbnll, Shurz, Tipton,
,ud other of, that school, are apparently
; anxious to restore fraternal feeling aud
jgeneral peace and prosperity throughout
Hue entire country, bury te animosities
of the past, resurrect the South, and do
qual justice to all sections. They seem to
recognize ns as a part of the Union, enti
tled to equal rights and benefits from a
common government, aud not simply lis
a VoUnd, an Ireland, a Hungary, or a
Cuba, to be held under by force and to be
tyrannized over for the benefit of the rest
of theOcountry. If they Upcak of the
South, it is njot to vilify and slander her,
but to express sympathy lor her misfor
tuues, aspirations for her .welfare, and
stern rebuke of her oppressors.
Under the rule of Giant and bis abet
tors, it is plain that this entire section is
but a cypher in importance! and influence
in the councils of this Unipn, and destin
ed to remain so. Under tie rule of the
Liberals, if they could secure the reins ot
power, it is likely that something akin to
justice would be dono the Southland she
.woulurbe welcomed back tcf a fair partici
pation in the conduct of Federal affaire
and iu the blessiBg of a free government.
Amnesty for the pjjUt, and security and
equl liberty for the future, would be
guaranteed to her ; -and peace to the whole
Union..- v '
This being so, we canopt undcrsUnd
hoW anyipatrlotie Southern Jlepublicaii
can besitttto as to which off the wings of
the Jate Republican party he should afBl
iate with. , r S i -
And we are strongly of the opiubinhat
LiberalsJ Cerjservatives, Dmocratsi and
all the other elements of tho oppftioii'to
the Grant Radical, ought to seek and
find the means of rallying tkeir strength
""J'1?? lni year against thooe who now
misgovern this country au4 wlio are sap
ping the very I foundations of liberty and
all hope for the future, shall recur
to thU subject again, from time to time
as occasion may require. -
i A great scandal has recently come to
light la Baltimore. ! A man; named Li P.
Hmton, late pastor of Trinity Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, In that cityHt
appears has seduced severil young girls,
members of his Sabbath School - children
he has had under his training fof seyeral
years training them for infamy and per
dition instead of leading them like Jambs
to the Savioni1. Matters ajt last reached
a crisis, and the shame of one of his vie
iimt could no longer be conceahd. Uer
confessions and statements; corroborated
-and fully believed, revealed the deenf
datk character of the man who had Wast-
-u wr,n otners who?e, nararg lure
been withheld from public announcement.
How parued his victim year after
j infli(JinC the subtil poigouthito
tbeir minds persuading them that the on
ly guilt to U dreaded was publicity, mnd
wearing them on the Bible to keep the
secret I . . j
As might be expected great excite ment
was produced in that portion of the com-
v xounity, nearly conuected with this de
plorable affair, and uothing aved! the
guilty man from the fury of outraged pa-
rents.but hm preeipiuted flight from tho
MinutArtoPertiLlsHU dispatelios fromVash.
Jngton state that it is believed that Ex -Govern-
oriloldervof this State, will be nominated by
the President as minister to Peru, in place of
JnAtrm Rufll ra'titTimA Veil - i '
ireflry Berry JLdwery u it braver tnah
tnd si wort fionest thief, and wonld reflect
tf mtichhonor on the Country abroad. 1
$39,000: RkwakD.-Oov. Caldwell, by
proclamation, pursuant to acts of the Le
"isUturel offers the,above rawarjMorihe
pprehenafod nd'deHverr, deuB. or alt ve;
df JknygUvtrhfiMiB gaps of foblxra.
i Krn ; Mi, 7 Kl. . i. t, f i V t
1 4. I IllUlllnVUU r UMX.UI. IVH e
wcry ana vempaoy ro-rauicKs,
and that i
"thvy were conservatives or ku
Governor pr president Grant
would have had them under arrest long
nro Who doubts it t But ns three
oriio twerty or more white Conservativci,
and robbed to their hearts Content, uqth-
! ill 1 List .i mm.
me count oe none wun mem. xuc cmii-
setvativcs upon whom three outrage
sconnurrts arresiea, ueaa or auve. oouie
cheating and worthless radical will most
likely g t the xewardrau capl thn ga
and et i p in style along eide of . Holden
and Pool and with them plot and scheme
for the government of North Carolina.
i J .1 r l o
ANOTHER "FIRE TRIED."
A corfesporidentrin Jthe ra pi the
5th, over the signature xfr" A Itowan
Republican," discoursetl thnsly:
The scl 'ction of good unJ faithful men to fill
the yffiecs of the.&tate, 14 the (ulj-.stire guaran
tee if tteprospenty oHt people und tJujir lib
erties; anit HhouMbe ibe wimf the peeple
f the Stflte to place in power true, tried und
faithful 11 :eu, ainoup w hom Gov. Caldwell i t
be found: rather than from pique or motives of
displace Mich fi)rhiere adventurers, and individ
uals proinpted by love of greed and inordinate
seltt.shhe, totally ignoring the interests of; the
Sta.te for the jrratificution oi feeling si&prijicipies
tinwjdrthy of aay teJpeetable kuf of ihe Suto,
nnd of tho high franchise secured to him by its
I hope ,he Republican party will take this
view of tt matter. Wi Vw-'UBiCnfujouf iu its a
doption. And to Oov? Catdwell's name will Ik
added alsr that of our true friend, and firm ad
herent of Republican principle, Dr. W. H.
!Jowrtou,oC &iliil)iiry, a Secre4 ars f-jSt ate;
of whose Ml no. fof theiioitiotherecarib(no I
doubtj.a Wand st atftafir-tu Re- noni an t e otaii i wnic . can
imblicin. t 1$ H f I if ii i giye him no electoral votes, and almost
We cinftss wc do not know what is ea,,f EUIe of1!he del,.gation8 from the
Al , . . T,, . , Ts. . , : otUer btates. Republicans who lmmj to
ncant by Pre-h -IeUherfavid ddeat his 1JominaJion al jhiiaiKlpUi1, are
Bringlo or Docl. HoWern,viiO have j deciding themselves with a foolish ex
been honored by this commendatory 1 pectal,0'-.
1, 1 i .i ! 'I he Democratic pnrty has every rea-
appella ion have ever passed through BOn . . .J v . .
any fiery test for the sake of their prin-
'ciplcsHv-e don't kno it. We like tried ;
nien lot" oflice because v,e believTe they
i Li .... .
are worm more as puouc servauts, , al
.,! It . T 11'
trunks else ueins: equal, w e are averse
to freq tent changes, and the more, in
projxjr ion a'jtUc dutiesbf any posi
tion are bcttef performed by cTperience
fum ' iiiiieiiue. . x imistruiu : oneriii
fWaltoii is a tried man, and when we
Jreineniber how well he served tlrecoun-
ty during the wax, (and since,) it may
be thajt lie is firctried or as1 near it as
any oAe can well be.
Jkitj we suppose it is idle to hunt fbr
jmalojries in order fo determine what
lis racqnt by "fire-tried." f -'
lh(ire is a sulky wood terrapin that
can't W made to walk or run, or even
poke put his head, except by nutting
fire ori his back and then he is smart j probate and despise ; to say nothipg of
enough. If our neighbors, rHovcrton j the fact that he never became a Kepubli
and Bringle have suftcrecf ,anV thing u,ltil he was bribed by hopes of the
like this, it was equal to Ku Kluxinr. i
t i -
tdt A. communication in the AYilmtng
tan J(urnaT frorn Charlotte, recOrnmetids
Haywood W; Guion, Esq., as a candidate
for Governor. Mr. Guion is one anions:
ine oet mioimetl and tnost talented mttn
it.',. o.-A- i i n I... In
Stat, and Would tun tfell iit thei
ver is nominated bv the
Greensboro Convention will have to do
ome of the hardest eort of electloneerihs:.
Guion would make a good Govern
or. Me would be a!n honor to the Stiitc
riic, election .of J altera man. iroidd iKjk
nghtioz tho oldjehip. IwhcJier
he gets the nomination or not. let us have'
ii good man and a gentleman for our stand
ard bearer this Saiiiroer. v t J j 1
1 Axriuew J.Jones, formerly prudent of the
Wi..i., w Ow.j.s.L- i-d '.."in i
hoA U P n C,,B1
Ualfieids Road) was recently put po hi tri,
U; tnr.f' C , . . I ,
iin .Hoorecountv Suuenor Court. Ji.) HmtI
on presiding, for rrfni.iT in m.Mi.i ,. i,; :
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s ; , 1 , o v. . . . v ' i.i" n.aT ,i
- en . t - ?' - '
in --nffire-fisrt 1 Hon Ann Ar'...:..i
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luinIa hut mi 1... 1......1. . r
. v.. vvai : lax i
ITT ! m u,e
lgisiature pi IOOU, r trpur of extend-
ma Baitl Iv-jatl
wii, iauieuciacK vo., jont, itseeniKuurapplied
the fluids, and when called on to render tu hi
uecesr the money and propertv in his hand-
I 1 7 10 do - The trial occupied three days,4
na weo thecane wan finally given to the jury
vey bjought in a verdt qfuV, under the act
Ofj Feb 1871, which denominates the offense as
i jnisdjmieanor, and annexe the penalty of fine
ana iniprisonment. Whereupon, Jtid2c Bux
Mi sentenced the offender to $10,000 fine and
jnu lofeiture of the bond and still have several
hundred thousand dollar-of the people' money
ijrunapray with, , Jytkjeairiig witla such
au ouenuer :
ATe publlsed a list 'of tWe vlio re-
cxjmmnded T, B. .Long far oute;aamt
jreseiited by II..U. .Helper, Xhe
Bra, At March 2d, copies the' names of
lUoge Fho sigucd that recoanmendAtion as
tin offiet to Mr. II el Der'il sttarh nn T....
. ( r -
ad aipenda to iu article on ilx ittbject,
tlie names of those inrfi-nmmi.l r
erf cial Mail 'forihe1 'State.
list we present below, to wit : "
L llracon. -Minister tM, 51 iKatfc hi i
bite mtotfif Hie church at, Saliabnry;
-lion. O II Dockery.Hxrmember of Cn-
It on M W BrookaU. S Diatrici
S flmhaly PeVry, Supervisor
HterdalBeran S 1 7
e year s imprisonment ui the Penitentiarv.
, j.Hi iv ii cannon. Jndsre Mtn-1 riffirial
wi vumuu. wjn?rrf t ;oi. -reinnd. ei.:.
lector Internal Revenue for 6th District;
Dr. J JXMott, Collector lnt. Rev, for
GtB IftiW BroadSeld, R egister in
BatrVrttpteyhas-, A jraxterot mis
ter af qnVle1ihorniaf J) MfAlpine,
Waynee, G QmicCarWj JI?i,ni.
aPearioh, J.Tvetck lilffBissell,
Jsjueif tooot40SJ TmSo I Vufcell,
C B Storing, VI Kills, J M Justice,
W":S"Iear8on, J C. Andrew, and Samutl
McD. Tate, President V N t RR.
This is cetlaiuly a very creditable list
an would seem to prove. Ohca of three
Court Records such as Mr Helper says are
be jound for the looking; or else, if there
be eucii records, theae, geutlerueu either
di( not know of them, or coiisidcred them
as vf no weight against the character of
the- applicant for their favor.
THE PRESIDENTIAL OUTLOOK.
We can discover no reason for doubting
that Gen. Grant will be nominated by the
iHuladelpbia Convention, liis office-holder
control the Republican organization in
every State in the Union. Even in Mu
ouri, where there is an open split, it is
th Grant wing of the party whose dele
gates will be admitted to the Convention.
Ef en in New York, where the most p w
irrfnl Republican newspaper and one of
h Senators are bitterly hostile to Grant,
hi friends cOutrol the party machinery,
an'd ill elect the delegates to the lliila
delphia Convention quite as easily as they
controlled thetwo last Slate .-conventions
and the organization of the present Legis
lature. But if Graut delegates are sent
from Mi?otni and New York, what hope
can there be that any but Grant delegates
H ill be seutfiom any of the other States
Iruall the States in which the Republi
cans are a majority, and especially iu the
South, the Republican party subsists
merely by Federal patronage; and the
President who wields that patronage can
e'asily cause delegates pledged to his re
nomination to be sent to the Naitional
Convention. Grant is :hus sure of the
r 1, ... r-. . .'. .
He is altogether the ea
to beat that the Jtepubli-
can Convention could select. Almost
any other candidate whom the Republicans
might put iuto the field, would reunite
this party. Any other candidate would
heal the schism in New York; atid bring
the recalciirants into the ranks in every
pari of the country. But with Grant as
the cmdidate, multitudes of Iicnublicans
will cleave off and act with the Detr ocrut- '
Democrats have therefore no !
iivunug iuv ijuuiiuut tun oi i
: - W hen he.u once nominaled his defeat i
will be easy. Ail the forces of It. publi- i couiu.
can opposition muy not go directly into j upyoure-ca! the purple hills ;yr
the Democratic rankd ; but even tich of 1,)r lhe vintage, the fields while fi
them as do not will give him a kind ot Int harvest. (Jo forth in your heaven
ajipport that will harm more than it will ! 'jPi'i'id place, and do the work designed
Iw'lpfrim. General Grant baa dissatiffiet1 hr you. It lies near at hand, and do ih--and
disgusted a large portion of bis own W01k designed f .r you.. It lies near a;
party.- 1 o say nothing of his gift-taking '
and nepotism, which all honest
presidency ; to say nothing of the fact
!1 - ti t
uiai ne i a com. seinsii, uarrow man who
has neither knowledge, nor eloquence, nnr
sagacity, nor aympatiiy with the popular
heart, nor ono quality of a;:y kind to in
spire enthusiasm ; he has estranged mul
titudes of Republicans by crossing their
convictions on import t subjects.
, There is a large section of the Repub
lican paity who sinceiely favor universal
amnesty. Grant, in his last message,
pretended to favor it ton ; buuhe course
of his intimatefiiends iu Congress proves
that while professing to favor it, he is
willing to see it defeated.
; lie affected to desire civil-service reform
Htid sent a message to i Congress to that
ffectj but in piactice he has rendered
ibe whole scheme a nullitv.
a a. a. -
1 1 In the Frehch-rrnssian war, he osten
puiy leaned to tlie Prussian side, miudluL,
: i i . .
of the d
r .f... . i
tct that we have many German
1( few V.uel, Z.Jn , , 1 ' "
p,aiuw iiieuch ottr. lint this pretence
irove. to ,vebeen insineere as all the
Irt, At v.rV
ft-fenf - Al t 1m aw ilmn .l.n J : . . . t
."" " "UUllillsiri.llOII
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'tll.lt nillilopv .ii. .l. 1 I I
ttnum ao ctroriiriv nm-lreriiinn. n nr.
if I "..; l.nt, WUH UlHUe A ItrOni OV
Ln!.: : . . 1 J
it. - o luuimiiiiia ii XiailC. ! ..... ..v. u.n iau im i. cuilllT.
' D ' I l'j. ! - . . .,'. .. .. .. . . . "
Jl llw: nnH mi. il -... a ... V .
r c'a a JIC 10 ause. the government cstb-
!ihuienti lo be worked to
fcapacity to manufacture cart rid pc ti. I,i
jfl in nhootliig down the Prussian sol
fliers. J hlS Was- U tierhdv U-lueh'nnr
perman fel'ow-citizeiis will be slow to
I t In the stupendous Custom-house ra
alities which have bebu disclosed in this
ity, the course of Gen. Grant has been
fnarked with equal duplicity. He has
Jgiven out for the last two weeks that he
Intends to remove Lt and Stocking ; bnt
ie finds a sham reason for delay in the
firetended difficulty of devising a new
f ,'nr.aJordr fysteiu. and meanwhile
fLeet !8 daily extorting hU enormous pluu
The present is the most active aea-
pon of importations ; merchautsbeinsr now
iFeceiving ineir goon lorttia spring trade
Gen. Grant's pretexts for Dostnonemeni
r Zl 1 i . w .
pretexts lor postponement
are intended to-enable Leet to reap his
dishrtneft5 harvest while the season of
heavy importations lasts, and if he re
moves Lett j at all, it will only be after
the heavy "and profitable season is over.
The, people' understand this, and their
.opinion ot Gen. Grant i quite the reverse
' Wbeij, in the course of the Presiden
tial canvass, our foreign relations come to
be discussed, the abortive Sant. Domin
go job will be remembered, as wrll as
the discreditable luuddle into which the
administration has got itself respecting
the Alabama treaty. Graut has also mde
jnoltiiudes of Rerinblican enemies by in?
trneddling with local politics in many
States, and jatteinftingto rnin older and
better Jtepablican than himself. He will
be a weak . candidate becao whil l.ia
patronage; will , enable him to die
reiiominntion,. a laree portion ot
own party will, directly or indirecdv
raaitriiH to ms jeteat by the people.
diseroSiori .alnd good tense to nominate a
didateVforLIl.,oal dissatisBed Re
publicans can vote,'the defeat of Grant is
certain. i Accordiiiglo present appearanl
fees, tjf.tlrtiieDemocratic leaders and the
pemotfraUe massed are disposed to maki;
,l for honest Republicans to vote for
the Democratic ticket. X Y. World.
Kditor Watchman j
Ikw' Sir : Please print my
Commnic:Uon addresset V0 the Liberal! Btt
pubWansof the State, as' revised, on the om
aide of yonr next Iwne.,M''-r"'
; With respect to the Liberal Movement new
so generally acquiesced in hy ajl honest
throughout the ConntrV, t am permitted to use
the follow ing extract from a letter just received
from one of the iuott distinguished geuUeaieii
in North Can.lina. II. II. HELPER.
Salisbury, March 4th, 1872.
rr tt tt Raleicii, Feb, 29, 1872. !
II. II. IlELrER, EcO..,
... ! Jy dear Sir: I concur fully
with you as to the importance of the u Liberal
Kepublican Movement" and ihink that ita ac
tion at Cuiciimaii may probablv name the next
I resident ot the United States. All the element
opposed to corruption inefficiencv andniUrnli
ought to unite to defeat the wrtv in Kwer,now
so grossly abusing the great trusts of ihe Nation
and endangering the free principles of the gov
ernment. You may rct assured the platform
at Oreensboro' will be broad enough for all
est and true men of whatever partv, to Maud iiti
on toijttlitr. Your excellent aud'ttlling letters
are being published here. Thev are tron2 and
to the point." "
For the Carolina Watchman. 1
"A hackneyed, worn-out enhject,M-L
my reader will say,-rhackneyed it is, by
the poor yet well meant effort! of those
J --fc mm
who fad to comurehend the irrand
of the snhjec bnt worn-out, never' so I hub-
J ' '""fc i
c hut wnm.on, n.e.,t ...
vcnwu..... .....a.uo nuuiwuiL-wnrK yet,
u j- V . ' V yk
be directed into the riht path
tany a school-girl emerges frarn Aen
deraic wulls, lull of exuberant life, with
pulse bounding high at the thought of
the work before her, - no low thoughts,
no selfish aims, but "What am 1 to do,'
written on every feature and speaking in
every soulful glance. To the thoughtful,
earliest woman there seems hut very little
that she can do, yet she will find it if she
looks for if, not in a great worL, which
the wyrld appreciates. few women are
j called to that, but taking, piece by
piece the work whreb lies nearest, and d
j ing it well, thoroughly
i "In the elder days of art, Builders wrought
i with greatest care .
P - . J
inn r I a nln nnl nn. . ijvi aAal 1. i . r . ' . "
r ",,v "" i'-'" "r " fc' see
Let m do our fart as well, Iioth the unseen and
the Been." ;
Do not, I charge you rnowt ar.lernnlr. ,
return to your homes to become idle toyr, j
uons ot laslnon, or mere household ma
chines. The teini lady is fast hecomin"
i ' i .i . . . . f
"b'iletr, it hai been bo utterly disgraced;
has a rinir of the. tr i
mela : he an e:iropst mnrfn .-lr,r.,l
I'm - '
- ' ' .--j-w...., i.i'ui j
woman so that of yon it may bo s.iid. us !
inany of old "she hath done what she '
Uam, a,Ml ,et )'ft,,r woman s tct tcnh
x i iti i in tv rn nnrT. .i-.nit.j- I . ......
iu j.. u"iiu ii utii. ii oil I v OIK
is not done here, somewhere, oh! some
where it will wail after us. A wstcd life !
whilt a mouruful, dirge-like sound.
W hen the T.nrd nf tin. Ihii-v... ...11 .
Nothing hut leaves thev inav be fresh i
beautiful laurel wreathinsr vour l,mw hm
a ma . I
nothing but leaves !
Go forth then as sister, daughter nr !
U'lA. fill ul..l... 1 1
uu iniu nation in your nomr : vour i
overtasked, patient, uncomplaining moth j
er needs you
in s;Ir'ncc: vour father
our gentle ministration to
, '. . . .
smooth out ihe furrows which the
cares of lite have phi r ted thickly ou hi
brow, cares for yon in your unscousious
iuUncy, in your happy childhood, and
with loud pride he sees you blossoming
into womanhood, the ornament, the sun
light of his home. Read to him, sing to
him, hover around him with the thousand
mttiistratioiis ot a loving heart, and above
all, see to it that his f.ud pride in von
ncrcr receives a rude shock, hut continues
mabated, till you are claimed to be the
ccnire oiauoiner noiuc.
Your liule brother aud sister need you;
rniir ti.r.tr vnni- r. n ...... . A : ... .
J J uaausni.-, ui.-IJ'isiiiuil,
.i . . . ..' .
If.c. a i.. t I . i t- L.n if .. 1... .... ...
noiuinr cseanes inese watr itnl lift e ent.
,vr- Ttt IITU IIQ1 UODt!
.. 1 1 .1 "
f ulr. -J.iv nw tlim. I....J tl......
firinly, kindly, until a wider circle open?
If yon have grown np brothers, your
dtitits increase in dignity and importance;
then, indeed, yonl need all your tacf, all
thej accomplichnlents which yoa may
have acquired, ty make home so pleasant
for Ihem that they do not wish to seek
thediHunst of infamy and vice, and if they
wahder abroad, the fond memories of the
home they have left, will never fade
aw.iy, will restrain them when about to
commit the rash act that will siamp crime
on those frauk, ingeneous faces. Think of
thej responsibility and tremble. The
work is great. Cultivate a talent fr
mufic, that is a cord which helps to bind
the, family circle together. A simple bal
sweetly sung will chain your brother
. . i .
to your side many a time, when disrepu
table associates are waiting with the half
dealt cards and the vine bottk between
As to the name even of Victoria Wood
hull, Claflin $c Co., they will descend to
infamy along with Cleopatra, Metsalina,
ilejen and others ihe mention of whom
biinga the blush of outraged modesty to
L a f i
every pure woman s lace.
j -V oman influence is silent, but none
the lets powerful for that ;
"Noiselessly as comes the daylight
Wheu the nigh: is done;'
silently, slowlv and surely, in the sacred
precinct of home, her work is done ;
8iieniy n the epnng-time weaves lfs
crown of verdure, and the whole earth is
glorified at her coming,
j And when the work is done, the hum-
tJlest, service glorified by I lim who set
the task, the "weU done, good and fi.11 h-
ftl servant," will fall .weedy and sooth-
'57nf ,Wrf"tlC l lh
spands of earth. "I have finished the
workthou parest me to do. and now,
..ww,,.. , ' i
The Raleigh Era, which ha taken 'opou
itaelfu, jjrateot add uilbvldth 'iorM
"i-i.6uic.ti ihwij. ;tAveiy, asrers,; n. re
ferring thtff Lowry outlawt.r that '-it
hai not bveu eb Arf id fhy an v -ot the North
kt,rolloa newsiia iters. Lveu those U ho onhtthl
ana o-ted the Jvo-Keok, thaflhi outliCws
I'cioni: iu euuer nariv. or i iai innir vifiim 1
are confined to one party.
Xur thi U n..t trn'o itnt.mont u.l.l-l.
l. ! .
uoMever, we are wi. ung to place t the iguo-
rauc4oi tne wi!tr. li lias beu cliariied 111
have free) v tfiven to the Ltuhlie. '
A ffii' iLva aftur tliu ul.fi..ri f..' 4k......
General in 1 70. 'following close Uiou the
jnuMer of Sheritf Kins; and other murders
1... .... T I! 1
aud outrages by the Lwry gang. w called
att.-ntioii to the tiflicial . vote of t"S-iitlle-tovvii."
which is a lartje 'aud populous vot
ing precinct iir Hobeou. inhabited pritieijotl
ly by the Lowerys nd their ii4w.thiters. iu
which Mr. Phillip received three-fiiurths or
four-firths of the whole vote ca?t. TU wa
th bel evidence of the political sjrtnp.-itie
N'o.v we assert that not a single victim of
tie? lutmlitti were members of" the ILidical
party. We do not know why this has hoeuthe
case, rather as it is to be supposed thilt pluujer
than political ends are the objects of thi
baud, unless they feured that the imirder of a
Wliog lhidicl WfMihl bring upon th m the
venj'eanee of the National aud .itate gov
meilt. It may be and prohnhl v lr trne that these
TfaE JoitlKAL from the time theso- des-nt- gretsioiLl carter h,. hn mi.lJ .VS 1- 11 JT. VAVtH
Had.cals aud their victims were Cusena- lion and the Union which m-LL; , r . ni.e rW u utterly
live.. -W do.t knmr. and cire' verv little, worth vluer7lt . W' 1 M Ae "V UWi
.whether we are el.UM.ed by the Km r" H. Ihl,., ...,0 dil
those editors who apoh.gl 4uU Jcfead the LAT' " ''.e old district he so ,,l,cr me, .tui w ,UJ J "iT
KuKlnx. We!.avtu.i?V.ui..ul the ori- j "Tj retents. There ha. been no Lrin8 ilr JTritXI 'T J
fin on. I r.it
outl.4u;beingaUlUdicaU,Kriafa;herfro,n!l,oyi Hill, at hls
the fact that tin oartv iu that section of the ; abotlt lb milt's ii,t if k". ..M' . i
nti! cnxV 5 chiefly of the lowest order
V1"" " ,UH l,mi ine n:"' w "rgnnize,
'V ' l"! tU.ir vie
f l,"iM'r u'r yc-
tuns are Conservatives, for the reason that
.... ..I. 1 tl-
the substantia! citizens' upon who,,, ih-r
ni"iia oaiuralty prey, are alui.ikt eTitirely ot
that party. Hut it i, wpially true that if the
case was reversed, if tlieontUwa were Con -
ot-i ininrj nun meir vicinns ilhq I. l it
whole laud would be tilled with the erv of
Ku.Klux. The (iovernor would isfcu pk.
ly pioc!aiii.-.tious ; Colouel-.Iudge Clarke
would put on his sword for the fourth time.
Hozier and He.'es would organize the mili
tia, and the Federal government wool 1 spate
some of the troops with which it is now g r
risoninsr Sampson. Wake, Rutherford and
and Cleveland counties, to sweep such dis
loyal Democrats from the co tutry. The
skeletons of their murdered victims would
be exhibited iu the Halls of Congress and
paraded in the great lUdical ceutre of ihe
Xor'h. Trom on.-vnd of the Union to the
other would the crimes of the.-e l.iuditti be
- 1' w vaaw 'Wa o, Ulllll WUII tICH'U I fU
eu. mUrdeniir men for their . pol th ai
ions and fr in a hustilitv t
As it is. nothing liKikintjto their capture
Caldwell or iVesi-leiit tiraut
ami puiilrneut lias l-eu done by;. (juveinoi
Linade a show d a i;tr fmm
l-ave beej t hu-ty iern t
I.' i r o . '
'''ix of Samps-.u. Aiaicauo.-
tu 'n" ,l,,u l' 11 l" 1!,,ir'1
i,.llllwllT...I I . a I ... ....!...
Kobe- 11 '
U. Jl : 1 ..
f t!. Au.-ibt electi..,. in e.iJi. t.nv.. " ...!
learn dH-inlly with which p:irtv
laws atUihiled. Wil. Jnur.hil. '
thee out- '
Ths Oreoasfaoro Coavction.
The Con vent ion of the Conservative
Domoeratic party which is to assemble
at Greensboro on the first of M:t
shotihl be roniVMiiited bv deleirates from
: . . . i . . ' . . 1 . -. . i . i
:cerj vouuiy in incrt:i!e. lliei.oini
i nation of a camlidatc for (Jovirnon ami
'for other important State olliei rs, the
. . . . .- .t.
annunciation of a platform ofprinci-
PIC;i' :llul Uu' il,l"l,tl,,n d a plan o
-gantzatton for the cainpaitv of
are some of the important duties whicli
will devolve upon the Convention.
,T , , 1 . , . , . .
ill.. .1. 1" . .1 1 .
u 1 pun ine inanin'r in which uicsc mules
are performed, tbe fate of the canvass'
will. u a znwt measure, denetnb
Tl,.,t :n i ii i ..i i..
Jii.ii cm- n.ne i.t we not aim auiv
represented at Greensboro, we confi
oeiiuv in.-iiee. niuctti wp pxiiea io
j.... ill .
see such a cathennrjr as has not ascm-
l.t, .,1 I ... v..-.i. i:.... r. ." . t
"ivii Winn iii .mii in i i i na in,- - c-a i .
... . ..- .
e ceci to cc a grand tipping oi
me uouoi masses ana a crowiiing to-
getber of true Norfli Carolihiaius to
, Mil' .
meet in council to devise means to put
tlie Honest masses and a CrowdinLf to -
; our wilv nohtical ad versarv to ctnnoleU'
rout and discomfiture and to nl icp the
... .. . . . . -
! lf.lm of St ite in tl... 1, ,...- f
i - - . - .
i j m
........ - ... . v .......... i.in.
I lie lUUUCa of ft larC number ofJlir
!..( .i;-;i.:.l1 1. 1
most dittn;iii6lied citizens have lieen
Mnentioncd in-connection with the Uu-
bernatorial nomination. In the ranks
of our pirtv, there will he no diflicnltr
, ' L i- i ii
wiiatcver m finding rcntlemen, who by
their talents, hili character, excellent
attainments and eminent abilitv would
rt i ! m ..
confer honor and dignity on the post -
tion. of Governor of the State.
We shall have the utmost confidence
in the deliberations of the Greensboro
Convention. Upon whomsoever its
choice may fall, we will give" our ar
dent, zealous support. That choice, we
doubt not, will be triumphantly endors
ed by the people of the State on tho
T! I....:.. 1 .i y
THE. COXFELMOIATK ARCUIVKS.
W. L. Stone, in a recent lecture, said
that the Confederate archives were bnrt-d
in an unknown spot iu Georgia by David
Tilghmaiij who died with the secret ;
whereupon Alexander H. Stephens, enpy
ing the rift of the stow-in tbe Atlanta
. ... .11 .
hun, says : "We sec the above statement
.1... i. i .t. i i
going me. rounas oi tno paper. v e ene
it to our leaders as a specimen ol the
sensational articles or news of the day,
and to sty to them that itbelotiu to that
class of news which, in modern times, id
(properly characterized by the word ea
; mud.' "
neiiiuiKWC tnow gnmctlnng ot the
.1 1 1 m
Confederato Archives. The Confederate
r, 1 . . ...
1 Government was broken up in Charlotte
iu April, 1SG5. We eaw prcs;dent Davis
and several tuemberi of his
(Breckinridge, Iknjamin. Ilr.-an
(Breckinridge, iJc-.jam.n, Ilrau and nth
. I - ff t I.
j era) ride out of this City on horseback,
j with about a thousand cavalry soldierf .
The Adiutant fipneral 1 .
char?e of ibe hook and lupers of khe
Confederate Covemtnent, and after let-
themthis f,rwas "aU tomtve
thetn further Suuih. liter were Stored
at thfsplace, and when a Division bf thp
1-etleral army occupied this section, the!
aid book and archives""" fte ship m!
to WabiugtHii. , p
We tJiik.th,abore ii a coyrct nccont
pi dirpoiitioit fftikf Confederate ar-chivea.4-C7aA
The Jl ihuwQton Joum&f. verv fittrn".
1 v u.f. t 11.,-.. . .
1. A "t,c ' " mt, ' -njrress
,rotu either Miction h.11 endeared l.iin.
alf m M..l. .1. I - . 1
v" ' i"e gooa people ol the
r,ll,r -onin n$ lias Mr. licck.
atructioh nraiutt which hit Lit nnt lin
i . ,
1 II ri III Cnim A I.:. ... ..... it
I ha fouiufwiih sigiul ability and bolduees
; every utovc made by the dominant i.artv
I . - .1. . --- -- -.. -IJ
to kuioiiate aud punish the rfoutb. Hi's
repoit Ui btliM.f of the tniimiity of the
Coinniiec upon iLe -tU-gcd disorders in
the bomb is one ol the boldest vindica
tions .fiour people nn.l section ainst
tne ctiargrs prtTeirnl bv the rrnidciit
1 nd his tuinion for partv purposes.
HoMicibB in Dl'i-lxx County -Wt-
regret, jaysthe ilmington Journal of.
the Jotb ult., very much tu learn of
au uufrtuiiate atlair that ucrurml in
Dunlin! countv. Irmt Vr.l.u.. ,
wnicn iir. m ilJ'atn Out -iu i,;
I I if .1 . . . . I
dcutli ai UiO liaud of Dr. (Jallioun Hill
Al Vu,,w in the
- z- w -vm. m. vu aiin 1 iiir. itiui
. about UoVlock of the mornine in nue--
tim, m, I... " !
! . , . V .T. U . T' V . ? 1 1
, . . f , t . .
,utM ""Wl iU Ur. UllI Kriktn? Mr.
Uiitlav.lvvitli ins canu on tlie back fifth
neck. The blow wn
vcrc and Outlaw will.J tl l
1 i f? ."V1 Nakld oil and pro-
: w. . muc
! ll three or fo-ir l.oi.r
a, . .
auur AS SOOlia-s l)r 1 1 all Iuir.l
of Outlaw' dial h ho In. t,
r i uiiivuiuivM ur-
icnuciixi iiinisfMi ami was taken into
tltOtly4. A Writ of hubrtixvuri.ux vt i!
then sui-d out, and the put tie all arriv-
ea nerciat evening, vlien tliccnc was Iv tt, nur 18 voar, M-a fmind
heard Ix-forc J ndge Iluel!, Lt night, l""'Cl near the ". C. i Atlantic H. H.f
inchaiibor tl. William A. Allen ap-, a,"t our mile from Ciuhllwruan Sun
pearing: ibr the defrnec. day. The p4 hvcltu examiuatiuft
It reji!tel in Jr. Hill being lmnd ' "howcl that 17 bui-Unol had entered
over itijihe miiu of ,(IMJ for iii, Mp- tholia.-k .f tl.- head. Strong cintini
pe;uauoi' at the next term of the .iijk- ,!itii'lt -vidon.v apjntiriiig agtiint the
rior Corrt for Duplin county, whicli ' .v's ul" father, one Ste phen IWficld,
conveii(s at Kenan-ville, on "the tliird Le M"3:4 arrotM and 1m1m1 in jail.
Monday in Max. j 7a. Sn.tinrL
'JViiL!AS i'jtlAl HI.NC It) t)
ant. bot.i have.ol.ce of the l .teexplo.ts of I,., W)bs,i - T!IC folhnvin- dpalcii W:u- nxvivt
ethiup, but theyf;,acy," lod CM h ell. and the Sanreine 1 bv u Vctenhv-
IU out 'he Ku jC-iint, id regard io th:- Mpp.iu.ee. if , Ua V , (, r ,
and Uu!herfo.u.J(;,l cl.nl A.Mrib!v IV I f'I ' '
,ersa..d rohhenr!:1 ... "raci ,o. i hrIToi:s M:N'TINKI.:
1 r T 1
the (jn.euah.no' J'n
, i not Hr :
'ThiUhole hu.-;..t.. f, lu beeiHni,,s:I,,rn,l:ixoX,xt,H,-(,r''nrnanunHliir-to
end fjjowit Kiut uu.-r, .r..fouud coo- j rfjy vol. agniu-t
temp; ilit cica.ire of an hour h ve f..r . H' " the J1um. lt-dav.
peopte li..t luiriorlutie ii i. ta Lei
pre-u!, vl i.v l S.v ;l.i-u. Th
.ipiein j Coin;, t invi-i i.ui , ami
o;te ol lh' in are cotahim-d in i
tacy l i IV I, the i i ople ot ih-f.
.C C'll pi
i th.-y !. ir i !.. i rjM-iuiie
ii: ; m. i f i e I : l.s 1 1 i:. i ,,; a, j, ,
'.Liu 1 1
il.to their i. s::ii-.
I'he iiy .1 i ckoi.ii. g .11 come, Low
crti, l.tH r.topMo- ..i iae ihetn.
An able clitori.q iu the KliaU-th Citv
!.;.ll.,ltlrf aft, r nj ., , ,,.
hi-torie 4l Nonli ( oiolin.. ha- n 1': .,..
j ,:," ntar.v ' mq-r:.-.
I iiii'M-rS'e. t. rr. oi:.i .l-
' '.' . !',
tlie noli!..- w,.rk of
! v 1 11 o'u " ai'.ii iriun
ful hi-tr.rv. s.,1,1!.
i:c i- !r.iii?e. .l;.r .ill ilia! n.illn.n havp
Mlticretl aijd rijoyeal, each life i i. w niideVirv
L. '.ri I. : . I. , . . .. .. 1 : . i .. : . i . . i
pi iiimm. ii)n. ifatii
i MraiiL-eii tlian hie. Tl.
ne .iivrv i M;lr lu
' M.Ucd Ly the iichl mhii li kliiiieou the- irr-
il rIm.iv. I 1 !i- U' M er that i l)io.Miiiiur i. aL
the vei O.i 1 day th it make ii into liviiu tM-u-
ty, hut thi Uer that i fdi... h,.,r. -iu,
.... x.m..' -
' 11 lailin ti.-ue ol tin-l iwu ,l .m a!.cr Si.nnp
a laning ifr.-ue oi ui.- iiwu ,,i .m ai.cr
! an'! ,h. lri,,;, of li,at w,'hb. ir
r.itiur riptiM into the crave. l;iiin,
f,.r jt.:ijh L al.4 mere ht-ar.
u.ou..A. to the c-hihi of (..1. U i. n i ui..
t!,v tveil of lhvin, it change him hot out i
i ".VT1 1 V "a'1?-'1 iraiport. it .tnr-
on "."...I niui'i.iiicaiiii i.ureii to m rurer
. n ' r ... ..... i
Iiv'hi tlie cpinorw h rl.-ctior.n of aanctitit-d ami
. . - - . . .1.
,',fl m.moria!ity. It may iM thn
lln.uht m niVKterioun that often the vomij, no- I
.... r.. ...i
Jhc-fc th.iht nrc 'i . .u.l l.v the earlv I
( 31 v " !- h i
al hal"""r n the Hth ol 1 coniarr. lie wan i
,,c of ilufn,..t fidi n a..mplihe.1 y.H,ne j
nu'n Jrth Caminia ha cbinutt. lu hint
! vcrw mtiW .mav? ,f ll? n'1 tlllfV,
i lencea ol virion. ..4 ai.d exemplar rharar ter.
: Hi uu,i hc.hh pr,.pt,d a viii thi-winter t
to the milder t-iiiu. ue of i-'l ri.ia. After a li.rt j
"jouri. al;Ju -ks..iivillr, it ws wo plain that hi
diaea wa beyoud nn.tn l and liU tJile yiMing
life wa-t n.ir ita e rtl.lv ciiwe. The lat' ho.ie
now wa lo reach home and mother before the
hour. I.cuvi t yf J.-k kvnriile .n Sunday the
11th of lVbru.irr he reached IUlMirv. run. h
exhatited, wo Vedne-lay 14i!i, at o. wn-k,
1'. M., waa la.rne to hi Lome, and there in the
presence of hvel one he gently, peaeefidiy en-
' ierei ine soil "inji ol ileatli.
r or a e3Mn, du-
j ring hu ijlne, he autJeml mint anxiety mho.,!
hit iiH.iiitiiioiis ciirine iiiai ne Knew aa
luar, Inn Le iriv.. earue-l iil ta the et h--
fwn- ot I'ajih aad Hop.-in our 1 alhvr's pn-ciu.m
won!, and rcecieiut: the ('nniuiuicin in Jii k
inrillr, he wn free Yimi the lore oftJie world
and all axi. ly r the future.
I'Liauiiful he Laut have ix en in death, viih
his fair Ifo- nnu cla-pin- the hite hyaduthit
and gvraifiiini k.-tvc- :!ic f.;ruie-r expreive of
1 1 J ' mail jimi inir i.uu-1 111 me ira-
1 grant i.utn of I.i. l,v, v -inrit. Tlirurh Vd
1.1... 1 - .. . . . ...
u.e pnnij ol heart an.i ihe hitter of the fra-
ii... 1... j- . t 1 1 .
iiw ne- iiM-n irurn ine !'.vtn lovinz
Kon, u it ool well that he h m p:twed to en-lie
ret and at.tare hf .re the toil ar.d Uirdn. of
thin Rtnifin,' life hnd V r.lelv Lri.'.il.'.nl the j
trariq.iiiitv of hi a.n.1 ? ILi lie" not won the '
!et of afi B:ico-a .ii re he al.ed beantv and !
pw-a4irv n !i amniiJ him, drew to li.trw lf ;
ithe UudeTcrt oh.Uaof ,tee:u and lve, cave
, to toe on.J ex.uu1.Ic of the .Curacy of IU-
deaipti. ir-si.d f..u...l t l.i.t an abndai.t r
j ,nu,rt' !,nl r lar"1 n!i, rc .Sw.r had
prepare.! Wi intiuitelr t.appr heme ?
! To hi Lreavcd r..othcr brothen. and -Utcra
1 ,et mc M
' ' upon roar rirtliiy Lome
TT . . i . I . . ...
- . U MllUiL ,nfcj tl;0 Um IV mi-
I .....I. , ... J UV 1U.1 -JI !
j M,h -filter raditi.ee In a Utter home ;
' Vour doe ttld i the tr- of life;
Aia.U.tr -hrd w rinainir ith .liirht.
P"HJ "fr.pture ut.ac.led.
j fej fft' bifc; nT i:1!;; u , nt hard
v 1 T6? I"1 W l hlc-.M.d 0,r tl-e.'1
... i . i ; r . . ... . '."ii..- , ,- , . ,
t A DY ERTIS EM EXT. )
the rWiM Walkman"
I hart just had my attra
lipn called to a Jcttrr mrponinj to hare hero
written ami Mgne ! Lr H. h. Helpt-r, and peb-lUIu-d
in vour natur of rMi -.
;.t- . ..
; nicu concerning iart-!f. I to mt, U-U-flr
thst m, f-,r fT .1,1 .:..
PronaI to me thev
m okAamlnz the of&re of Aamr vf .1 r.c
IiMrkt, N. which 1 dechawd to fita.
. When I ra um ink ihw Supervmt( 4.
trict, I had never, to my Viowled, fkca tc
o had any cotntucn'rallun whaterrr with Mf.
lVwt t,r any uhrr ii.liabitatiU 4 rfthrr 'North
orSojh Camfioi. The ofBee of KiiperTl, 0f
lnernal lterenue vh never xJiriied hv me;
u U.e ( rarr when im lem'errd to ao I did
not a.p hut ihx!iued it ; hot ih r,...,
i.n r rutMd lue to cxrWdcr tbe uaiu-r, mh4
prcn--d to Irare it oi-n Ar , ww
I1"i,,K lh ,K1 1 m'?ht r be t!i
In r'y , a fwart of mio he JUiactI,
",.u" tl"t xh ",UrT r Unrrsw was to L
K-ux' M Su" os r-ui u r..,t ofw
i.iu u vum;.,,. v, i- ' i ... .
j I.ani3.n. Jrnr ;. Illalr and hrr, U tor
f u.i. L . ' "IL. Ill i1
.r;-.;mmrolj it w wilW ur krMVuXe j
have di -charred il, rtntvf rjr. i
j m msmmmi
V? ,u,,htf "J ataity, and, a
,"Vr w.t aire wtiafcttio.
"V--l Mr, had no unplea
am riMK.M wun uvm ntjci i! rer or ti-f-
r id a ;Iiau tlnt UM'idtrut u a cihim. iei.uvua
ili-rharire of n v oflicial dntic.aitd I hrl'ieve thev
will all Kear ! lhK.fiy I., the miifcrm faimeM
ana omruy iOi ikt. ihee Ua x9 wrirn treated
hy me. I hae KMiht to du inr d.ar. and
. ,jL. ,
I.. , L:;7 ' 7
tl.c Mat.imtiu tx-rttairn-d in thi. !nr ;
.- - - r - i wiu ii int urrinniic tbai
,ir,n- " tr a thiv ix:icetri mrKrlf r,-
ooiiceir mrnrlf re etitireJr
I W. rKUHY.
T,,c Im(1 uf : ''oml lov namM
I M i i ;t a x t t Tu i: a m T ilk d tins.
Mr. I-:u-iis resolution prjKeing a unl-
1 !io v-t d'a -jt' tc cotton facto
ry, will, a e.ij.aejv of two thousand
yard ot 1 ta!i!..rd bi'.-lii.j per
day. i. h; a.i.l t. tliif $-i,MHf
dtp. tab i be tola! h klv eot f ni li
ning nrh an esiabii-liment i $l,2.'Ji;
total revijd-, iltVl leaving a pro
fit oi'jiis ht xut I, orl:;,l' icr
yertr. m !ii h j. :,:', -'. p r ix-ut on the
In ll.I- :. a. Vo!ihUt evettiuf. ALUay
I II!. M.n cf Mr. . II. Wiley, aged Louli
MA Hit I HI) :
ronr.tr IVI.niarr J'lh. 1?C Lr J.
Ivj , M. Jacob anJ Mi- Marjani
1 At the rcM ii'v of thr lridr' father. r a T
. Win. iu--irr. Kianklin I ' . IVnn, lr tl.c lir.
' '1. Wut-v, ihr 'J7il ol 1 i-i run, 172, lr.
l r.nk K . 1'Iu...t. cr. ,.i s-,!.J;fr. N.r, msnl
: i lw l ntu-. tilv iiju.-liirr a Mr. u.iuai
, nt'pkiii, K.rnu riy oi ir- n.'i . ' .
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