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Oli. III. THIRD SEHlES.i
PUBLISHED WEEKJLY BY
I J. I J. BRUKEIl,
I Editor and Proprietor.
RA.TES OF MJIieilllTION
OiiB TtEAB, pyTle in advance.
Sli Months, - " "
5 Cpit to one addree, .
HEAD 4t FOOT STONKS, &C.
rflKNlliKH bin compliiueiijji to Lis friends
JL WW thc puLlic, ami in tbi method would
bring to tht'jp attention hi extended facilities
for meetjng ileniandn in -hi line of luinexa.
II iii how pfepsred to furnish all kind of
(iuve StoucH. from the chcupcut Head Stones,
to thu eoUit)ht ' nioiiuinenU. Thbue prefeiing
ctvU Tery eot! worki not on hand, can
te ai-foujiiMMliiteJ ou Hhort time, strict I y in at
cordanen! with npdtic.aUon'4i drafts, and the
terniij otl the i eoutraet. Rtifactioji fnaran
tted. lie vitl not he undersold, North or
Booth- Orderf MolicU'd. Addi'es., ;
17;tf ' JOHX K. HUIS, SalisburT
17 MURRAY Street,
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I l K !
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
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BOOTS & SHOES,
i i ! ; ' -Have
a complete ftock in all lines, includ
ing their popular Qranitc Slate Hals,
Kip Plow stiocs, and omens Vcb.lxih.
Orders solicited and carefully filled at
lowest market rates. .
1 ! U. E. MOOSE, Si.lman.
feb2 I 20:4.Vrn.
JOHN A. HALL
In the t off -I louse nt .J. II. cwle, on
' IimM! street J wllina a well assoiicd totik
or Jiainuy trrocenesr consisting ot -
Coffee, Sugar, Teas, Molasses,
'SALT.! RICE. -
Confectiokaries, Vegetables, Fruits,
I -0"arc7 hnr mtA for cash and country
3 -produce. He invites all to call and examine
j-. his gols, uhicli, though not as large in
)t oiiihtiy m inayjic lound elsewhere, are next
J inferior;in qjiality, and will hd kK1 low.
Rl CHm O-Pd D
SJuppcrs and the Travelling
Pvblir. - j. -
Mil Libi: bcticeen Jiich-
r ft . l . -
tuond, Baltimore Philadelphia, New
York, atd Boston, ami all points ,
. North and East, West -i
land Northwest, j
Leaves Kichirmnd on Tnesdayvi, ''Thursdays
imI Sturdayat 3 i', M., c.-uuecting with
; the splendid .Steamer '
,: State of Virginia
i CAl'T. L. W. FliEKMAN,
For the Above-Named Points,
toru-hing at thi river Undines, and arriving
In Baltimore jou the follow in; morning in
tini to eonnee with trains North and V?st.
Through tickets and Haggage checked to
all H)jnt. : f i ' .
SITU .A.,3VE 33 n
Leaves Haljtimore, Pier'Xo. 90 L:ght Street,
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4
1'. M. arriving u llichmond at 1 1 o'clock the
following tiorujing. .
Throuah Bills of Ladlna Girrn in nil
pCT" V. H.B i
From RichjnOpd to Baltimore.
,Kroni Uichttind to Philadelphia,
r rom UUhinind to Xew A'ork,
J rian RiehtjnOml to Hosort, all rail.
Z ilfl1. I i o a ,. ;?UEC,ffr,SaU, Pickles, Mo
rumlUhmond to Boston, hy Sound 14 7 lasses, &e , together with a I large and varied
WM..NJ RUAflfl. Snni.
REUDEN FOSTER. Gen'l Asrt.,
90 Liyht Street, Baltimore.
J- L, TAYtiOR. Ticket Sc Freight At.
v l I . it Richmond, Va.
. A. II. Hotchkiss, Travelling Agt.
ALKlNriS ot COURT AND 31 A
GISTBATES' BLANKS at this office
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R. A. R
TTaviitg: asraiii Orgranisecl for
I I Ml VI N KSS
e j uist opened a
entirely riew and
iformerly occupied u
(and next! door to
h, in the room
I hd Hardware Store,
Biijigham Sc Co., to
the in? peel ion of wliiel
diaHv"iiivlte the DBllic.
was carefully selectdd by tlie senior m?m
ber of lhefirin in 'ptoojn, nd bo, tight at
rates xnlmlx will emtble tbem to Bellas
law, for CtiSi, as
in the City, for G(Kdjof same quality.
Their Stock is CBieval, embracing
all the various brunches' of
!' I 1 ,f -I - ! - "
- TV it " h
Groceries1, Crockery Ware, Boots and
Shoes Sole leather, Calf and
Binding Skins, Grain and
Grqss, Scythes, Cap, Letter
land Note Paper,
and a beautiful assortment! of
: A !W
i They fel asiurd of thieir ability to
give entire6atisfftcilionT and especially in
old frindaial enstomer to call and
They. exp jet and intend to tnaintiiiu the
Reputation of the
Old - Murphy Ilonse,
vhieh is well knowm
All I hey hskJs an ex-
imiuatiou. iif their
stock and the prices,
goods, io come right
o trouble Sto sliowi
along. Their mottio,
ready pay and
H itli a jjood stock. !low nrieea. fii
lealmg and;! prom j;tr attention, they will
. , , ,
endeavor tri' merit llieir' share of thn nnh.
icjatronagr! 1 hfry are in the market
f r all kind.of produce jand solicit calls
from both tellers and buyers.
I A B. j& AL MUHPHY.
ROIiT. T.iUlUMIY, i
Salisbury, Jarch 1S72. f27:ly
White Goods, Embroidries,
I ' l U I
IMI'OUTUS, ASCl)ACTrKERS & .TOBBERS.
,XECK AXD SASH
VELVET RIBBONS. NECK TIES,
Bonnet Silks, Gatins, Velycts and Crapes,
r lowrr, t npt rs, Irnamenls, Frames, ic
B1KAW JiUXSET!i ANP LADIES AND
CHILDREN'S 4lATy, '
TKtlfMEl) A?D mTjrtlMMED.
And in connecting Warerooms
WIIITE C00d, tlEXS, EMBROIDERIES,
LAC ES. NETS
COLLiVRS, SETTS1 1 1 AND KERCHIEFS,
VEILING, HEAD! NETS, r
Ncs. 237 and -239 Baltimoro street,
These Gooui ace knanufaeturetl-hv n nr
Imught for Cash directly from the European
and American llHnufacturetY., embracing all
the latest novehiesJ uneqnalled in variety
cheapness In any markpi
)rders tlleiil w ith car Inromniness and
1C. V 1 EICE. I j T.J. PCICE.
PE10S & BRO.
FAMILY I GRjBCEfiy STORE
' t TO JtETS CORNER'
' . V .:. '
W hpfft thV hvrul fftnttnfiA trt Rati VI
Meal, Fresh aleatsi liacori. Lard. Butter
stock of household fapd
Dripg your conltrirodacei to
: ' t I ' P1UC
ICE & BRO.
Iiand Dcdg, Trustee Deeds
Uommissioreri Deeds Sheriff
Deeds, Cliattle plortfeaffcs. &t.
or ba e atlns oflift
is welt su
k large and elegant assortment of
PLAIN I FANCY
tTT ILLUSTRATIONS, &C,
suitable for all kinds of
t l ;
Fitter and more Ornamental Types for
Business & Professional
Visiting, Party and Wedding Cards ;
Li . .
College arid School
cpi Q.Sttavas 'cS
-Circulars of all kinds ;
Tobacco Notices and
for all purposes ;
Fori Clerks, Magistrates
Orny thing else required in the
AS A NEWSPAPER,
candidate for public favor. Its
ation is good, and its standing
and patronage improving. It is one
of the best advertising mediums in
the State, andofiers its facilities on as
liboral, terms as any.
! I INf fthe Distract Conrt pf the United States
for the. Cape Fear Dwtrict of Nortb Carolina.
In Ithe matter of John W. IIolmJbankranL
! Unon'tae aDbllcation of the Atmtmem of Jr,hn
W. Ilolm. bankrupt, it is ordered that a second
meeting 1 of the creditors bf said bankrnpt be
ueia m nanotten th 'Zdlh or Mar 1872, at
10 o'clock, a. mat the office of R. H. Broadfield.
one of the Reguters in Bankrnptcy, rrrftaid Pis-
iricstorme purpose namea mine lwenty-se-
:! . : s i
! ; ; t Pictorial or
P r " i'if j
!-! :H v
' ff .5
! I T
i! i ii : - .ii.. da Jul kjv . jvssignee.
iJf-Ma:lst,1872.!i2w34. j .. .
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Salisbury, N.-c.;.MA:Y:3ii;:ij72:.;r; ;
TUB ' undersigned having associated them
. pelves in biuiuess ondorlhe linu name vf
A. M. SULLIVAN", CO.,
HAVE opened in R..J. Uolmes' neV baild
nz. next door to the Ilardnrare Str
where they will be pleased to meat old and
new friends. They have a niagiulieent room
the largest and Lent in town and
: . ...
STOCK OF GOODS,
COMPRISING a general assortment, riard.
ware executed, and will cuarrante n
good bargains as can be sold by an v HonsB in
the South. They will deal heavily in Groceries
ml country Piodnce, bnyiuf and selUnp, and
invite all who wUh either to buy or sell to call
on mem. a. At. sulli van t Co.
Jan. 24th, J872. 19:tf
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
G5r Xlq:i3 ec: .iess eec 3
And Commission 2erc2nnts,
1 . Salisbttrt, March 1st, 1872.
Keen constantly on hand a larcre and rhnino
stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
comprising Dry Goods, Groceries, Wares, etc.
I wnicft tliey woubu especially mention
Sugar and Coffee, of all grades,
I SOLE and
i Upper LEATHER.
j SHOES & HOOTS,
FLOUR and MEAL,
PEPPER and SPICES,
i LIQUORS, of all
kinds always on hand, of choice mialitv.
85? Especial attention ;iven to consiirn-
ments and prompt returns made
UPWARDS OF FIFTY FIRST PRE-
MlUMSarZ Gold and Silver Mcd-ils
were awarded to CilALES M. Sl IEl'F
for ihe best Pianos in competition '
with all the leading m.umfactur-
I ers of "the country.
Office and ricw TVareroom?,
No.9Sirlh L -leri,j St., J)A LTlMOEi;, 3Id.
The Sieirri PianoH contain ail the latest im
provement?. t lo found iira li;!-c!,ts , Piuno,
with additional improvt'ineiM. f his ovn in
vention.! not to he loiiiul in ..tin r ii.! ruincnts.
The tone, t-r.eh ard (i!.ih f their i:trn-
ments cannot he excelled iv unv manufactur
ed. j "
A larjre assortment ef seeoinl-hand Piinos
alwaj-rt on haiHl.frt.m $7fto
Parlor and Church Orpiiii some 1 weiity dif
ferent styles on hand from $.") y;i,l nj.waiHN.
Send for Illustrated Crtfalo-rne, eontaininp
names of over twelve hundred Southeruer
(fire hundred of which are Virginians, two
hundred: North Caroli'.iiar.o, one hundred and
fifty East. Tunnesseans. and others throu-!i(ut
the South), who hare bought the StielT Piano
since the close of the war.
J. ALLEN BROWN, A pent,
22:40t! Salisbury, N. C.
J. Aj CL0DFELTER Sc CO.
ljannfacturer8 and DcalcM in Furniture,
Invite "attention to their
stock of Cot tnjje Beadstearts,
Cottage Chamber Suits, paints
ed Chamber iSutts, rrench
Suit, Walnut and paiuted (.'itnc i-'ent Chairs
Boekinr Chairs of all deseiipi ions, Extension
Dining Tables tables of all kind: Wardrobe.
Bureaus, "Washstaud, What-Nots, Muttref-ses,
Sofas, Reception Chairn and Parlor Sets. Also,
Rustic Window Shades, a novelty for complete
ness, beauty, cheapness and durability. .Al-o,
many other articles which we aire prepared to
sell as cheap or cheaper than any House in the
western part of the State
A full assortment of Eosewood, Metal:
snd.Walnut Burial Cases, vhich caniLclur-
moea at nours notice.
Be sure to call, nearly oppopite the Mansion
Hotel, next dmr below the Express office, t ee
our slock and hear our prices.
Special orders (mode from photographs in
our office) will be supplied.
A RARE CHANCE
To Secure a BEAUTIFUL
AND VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, consist
intf of a modern and coruniodioiw house, am
5U out bmifung-v, good water, a nne large gar
len, and from 8 to 33 acres )f excellent land,
all lying in the suburbs of Salisbury ; all in
closed, and " eUigible for building lots. The
above property is oneof tuemosilJESIIiABLK
in this part of the country, and will be increas
ed in Value by the completion of tha contem
plated Bail Boada to this place. Persons in
terested in such property, are invited to call on,
or address the subscriber. ' ' '
4 - . J NO. A. ERADSIIA W,
v - . -. Salisbury, N. C.
.-v i BOY. .
.Gcrlsardt was a German hepherd-boT-
and a poble fellow L waa too, alihonsh
he wal very poer.
One day, as h wag watdilnghU flock
which iw feeding in a ralley on the tor-
ders of a forest imnter came out of the
woods aiid aked, -
'llow far is it to the nearett village
'Six miles; sir replied the boj ;'bnt
the road is only a sheep-track, aud very
easily tnissed - J
The hunter glanced at the crooked
tratkr and then said,
4My lad, I am hungry, tired, aud thirs
ty. 1 hare lost my companions, aud
missed my way. Leave your sheep, and
show me th road. I will pay yon well
I cannot leave my sheep, sir, rejoined
Geihardt. 'They would stray iuto I he
forest, and be eaten by wolves, or stolen
'Well, what of that?' queried the ban.
ter. 'They are not your sheep. The
loss of one or more wouldn't bo muck to
your master; aud I'll gire you more
money than you ever earned in a whole
'I cannot go, sir,' n joined Gtrhardt
very firmly. My master pays me for
my time, and be trusts me with hia sheep.
If I were to sell you my time, which
does not belong tcr me, aud the sheep
ahould get lost, it would be jut the same
as if I stole them.'
'Well,' said the hunter, will yoa trust
your sheet) with me wbilo yea go to the
village and get m some food and drink
aud a guide 1 I will take good care of
them tor yoa.
The boy shook bis bead. 'The sheep,'
said be, Mo not know your voice, and'
Gcrhardt stopped speaking.
'And what? Uau't you trust me? Do
1 look like a dishonest man?' asked the
'Sir,' said the boy slowly, 'you tried to
make me falsa to my trust, aud wanted
me to breafc my word to my master. How
do I know you would keep your word to
The hunter laughed ; for he felt that
the boy had fairly cornered him. He
said, 1 see, my lad, that you are a good,
fiithful toy. 1 will not forget you.
Show me the road, and Twill try to make
it out lor myself.'
-Geihardt now offered the humble con
tents of hia Pcrip to the huiigry man,
who, coarse as they were, ale them glad'
1)'. Presently hi- altendan's came up ;
and theu (ierhardt, te his surprise, found
that theiiuiitcr was llm grand duke, who
owued all the country round. The duke
was to pleased with the boy's honesty,
that he sent lor him shortly after, and had
him educated In after-years, (jrerhardt
became a very rkh -m.d powerful man ;
hiithe lemaii.cd honest aud true to his
lIoneiy, truth and fidelity, are preci
ous jewels in the character of a child.
W hen they spring from piety, they are
pure diamonds, aud make their possessor
very beautiful, very happy, very honor
able, and very useful. May you, my
readers, wear :liein a.- Geihardt did 1
Then a greater than a duke will befriend
you; lor the great Kiuj; will adt.pt you
as his children, ai:d you will vb-come
princes and princesea royal in the king
dom of God Youriy Pilyi iui.
The following good and true story is
too good to be out of print :
Years ngo there lived in Warren coun
ty a good and pious Minister of the
Methodist Church, the Rev. Mr. Burge.
His young eight year old hopeful, Watty,
was mischievously addicted to the habit
of purloining from his mother's closet,
sugar from the dish ; remonstrance both
by the father and mother proved of no
avail, and though Watty protested his
innocence, the old lady raid she would
watch for him nud -chastise him. The
Uev. Dr. Clos., then Presiding Elder of
the Conference District, in passing
through the section halted at Mr. li'irgc'a
to spend the night. 'He was assigned to
a room adjoining the closet, the scene of
young Watty's depredations. At the
first dawn of day on the Mlowing morn
ing, the Reverend gentleman arose from
his couch and repaired to the closet, a
doorof which opened into bis room, to
attend to his morning devotions, and un
fortunately for him, knelt near the usual
position of the sugar dish. At this mo
ment Mrs. Burge had occasion to visit ihe
closet, and quietly open ng tl e door, dis
covered "Watty" in the very act as she
thought ; highly intended, she admiais
tered several severe raps upon the devot
ed bald head of the Presiding Elder be
fore she discovered her mistake, adding
at the same time, UI have caught you
stealing the sugar at last, bare I t"
It is unnecessary to add that '' Watty"
was the only person on the premises that
enjoyed "the scene that ensued." Ral.
Idle Girls. It is a pain'uj spectacle,
in families where the mother is drudge,
to sre the daughter elegantly dressed,
reclining at their ease, w itb their drawing,
their uiUHC, their fancy work, land their
readfng, beguiling themselves of tba lapse
of hours, days and weeks; and never
dreaming of their responsibility bnt, as a
necessary consequence of neglect of duty,
growing weary of their useless lives,
laying hold of very newly-inVentod stimu
lants to rouse their drooping energies, and
blaming their fite when they dare not
blame their God for having placed them
where they are. These individuals will
tell you, with an air of affected compas
sion, for who can believe it real, that poor.
dear mamma is working nerseii to (team;
yet no sooner do you propose that they
should assist ber than they declare she is
nnitA in her element, in short, that ihe
would never be happy if, she bad only
DAtis And Mr::GREEiCT
.A .TUUTHrUL SCRAP,. OF II Li
TORT.:, -ft "
The aeotnpanrliir 'eommnnletUn
kay the tftkgraphic & Mcxsenyer, cornea
from a aojuce of ibe most unquestionable
authenticity, and n fleet honor upon the
nominee ,6f tbe Cincinnati .Convention.
"No true Southron can peruse it with no
tooUienea eye, (and jlho.reboke to Mr.
yoorbeesbi moij witheringand completes
Zdilort Macon Telejrapk & Meuenger i
: Mr. Voorhee,' la '.his. recent atlaek on
Mr. Grwler, styled bU signing cf Mr.
Davia' bonduan Impertinent interference.
Allow me to giv yon the trne history of
that matter, aa recently learned it in
.fW Yor from K Cotlcmaa who knew
all bent !u Mrs. Davi went to N.York U
Counsel Chaa. O'Connor, Mr. Davia' conn
el, as to the beat manner of effecting hi
release frtmpriaon. Mr. O'Connor told her
that in bis opinion there waa but ene way
that it cwnld be done, and that was to get
representative nun ef the Republican
party to sign bU bond. Mrs, Divi in
quired who that man was. Mr. O'Con
nor replied that tt was Horace Greeley.
She then ask el hia if he wenld not see
Mr. G ret ley and;get kirn to do it. Ht
replied that be bad no influence with Mr.
Greeley, and that ihe was the proper
person to see him. She said she would
go and tee blm. TSbe went to bis office,
sent in her card and waa invited into his
prirate office. She said to him t "Mr.
Greeley, my hosband is confined in a
casemate at Fortress Monroe. He has
been there for many long, weary months.
He is a feeble old man, and he u gradu
ally sinking under bis rigorous imprison
ment. He will die if be remain there
much longer. 1 came here to consult
Mr. O'Connor as to the mean of getUug
him released. He bas told me that there
is but one way tcr do it, and that is to get
the representative man of the Republican
party to sign bis bond, and that you are
that man. He has advised me to apply
to you. He says -that yon have a kind
heart, and that you will do it, if yon b
liere it to be right. My husband is dy
ing. Mr. Greeley, may 1 hope that yon
ill favorably consider my application f
; Mr. Greeley arose, extended his band
t Mrs. Davis, and said;' "Madam, you
may, for I will ijgn his bond. Mr.
Greeley waa then a promiaent candidate
before the Legislature for the United
Suites Senate. Some of bis friends beard
that he had agreed to sign -Mr. Davis'
bond. They went to him and protested
against it. They Jold him that they had
made a com t, and that he would be elcc
cd by six majoiity, bat that if be signed
this b nd it would defeat him. He re
plied, "I know it will." They told bim
that he was one of the owners of the
Tribune, and if he signed this bond he
would Ipse thousands of subscribers. He
replied, "I know u." They said, "Mr.
Greeley, you have written a history of
the war, one volume you have out, and
have sold large numbers of it. Your
second volume is 'nearly out, and you
have large orders for that. If you sign
t'li bond, these orders will be counter
nJanded, and you will lose a Urge amount
of money." He replied. "Gentlemen,
I know it, bu; it is fight, aud I icilldoit."
He did do it, aud I am informed that he
lost a seat in the Ouilcd States Scuate
and over thirty thousand dollars.
To my mind tins does not look like
New York, May 24 The National
Woikingmen's Convention to nomiuatc a
Piesideut and Vid? President of the U.
States met yesterday, in accordance with
a call from the Workiugmen's Central
Union of tho Mate of New York. The
Convention was caljed to order at twenty
minutes past two by Col. Scdmoud of N.
Jersey, who was elected temporary chair
man. The usual committees were appoint
ed. A call of the roll showed delegate
from thirty Stales, to the number of two
hundred. . A permanent organization was
effected by the election of Col. Gibbons,
who on taking the chair, eulogized Grant
recent action in regard to the eight hour
law. He reviewed hia policy, aud said
be was the only man who could be trust
ed by the working .classes. A scries of
resolutions were reported embodying the
following principles : Reduction of the
national debt : unconditional settlement
ot the Alabama claims ; enforcement of
the eight hour law a low rate of inter-eat-
as a common national law ; eneonr
agemeot of shipbuilding; giving the D.
c? . m ' l-L . :
o. maus exclusively to t luci tcsu uuut
sliips, and sympathizing with the various
nations struggling under oppression. K .
M. McGee, of NewYork, recommended
Graut for renominatioa ; the Miouri
delegation recommended Horace Greeley.
On taking a ballot Grant received 201
vote and Greeley five. The nomination
of Grant was then ' made unanisaoaa. -Senator
Henry Wilson was then nomina
ted for Vice President by the fallowing
ballot : Wilson, ICO Edwin D. Morgan,
25 : Colfax "24. Grant and Wilson were
then notified by telegraph of tbeir nomi
nation. A committee was appointed to
prepare an address tn the workinemen ef
the United Slates. A motion was adopt
ed to bold a ratification meeting at the
Cooper Institute this evening. The ses
sion was occupied for a time iu discussing
a motion relative to ftnke.
Washington, May 24. House. Elec
tion C"in m it tee reported ceufirming II earn
don from Texas in ibis seat paying con-
. ?, M
tea tan t zvuv aoiiars pal sea.
Kerr called up the Senate bill provid
fltncr fnr th redrmntbin and Hale ot lliids
bell by the United States, under the se
veral acts to leryi'direct taxes, and
moved a substitute for such bill, provid
az that all now owned or held by the U.
States, by virtue of
tbe ct ft Jaae 7ibfC2, and ether arts
for the collection ef "direct" act for the
collection of direct taxes in Insurrectionary
States may bo rt deemed and restored te
the origical owners oOhtlr repreprtacnt
ativci wiibia two yrart or payraeanX
the Ui and cost with laterest thercoa.
The applicants are to pay the percent
and alio to pay the value cf pennaoeet
improvement that may ,hve been made
hj the UiiUed State, lWrrtj n
claimed within to years Is to be sold at
public auction if the account it
i not u
apply to property ufed i whole, or iu
nj part for national cemeteries er ether
ftublic purposes. Possession ef property
rom the United State who have lost tt
through inability to eetahlith title are U
be reimbursed by the government. The
substitute waa agreed lo and the bill
California newspapers contain volora
inous dispatches relating to the earth
quake, the axis ef which was tn the
sooth-eastern part ef the Stte. A Yia
lia dispatch says that fully 1,000 diitinct
shocks were felt. AtTibbet's Ranch, 14
miles above lodepeadence, 40 acres ef
ground sank about seven feet below the
surface af the surronndiag conntry. Rig
Owen'f Lake ha risen four feet aioca the,
first shock. Owen's River runs cvexlUj
batik, depositing shoal of fish on shore;
afterward it receded. For a distance of
three or font mile through Lone Tine :
the earth is cracked. One side remained .
stationary, while the other sank seven
or eight feet, leaving a wall ef earth, exi
tending over three miles in leagth, where J
formerly was a level plain. - Innumerable .
cracks were made throughout the valley.
Kern and Oweu's rivers turned and ran
np stream for several minutes leaving
their bed dry ; finally they returned with ;
largely increased volume of wllcr )
Some of the shock were preceded by a j
deafening report, a though the mountains .
were being rent in two, while . others werej
accompauied by a Tow, continuous . ram
ble, as of a train of cars running tinder-'
ground. None of the sufferers ever ex
perienced, anything so frightful iaalP
their earthquake experience At the last
accounts the explosions and bearing
still continue, though not so violently.
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THE CABINET. -
The Boston Post says: "Mr. Greeley '
honesty of purpose counts a great deal
for bim and it is fmly suggested that
with a well chosen Cabinet he couli pet '
the Union on the ribt track again. T itb -
Chailes Francis Adams, say, far Secre
tary of Stste, there would be no palter-
ing in our foreign policy; with Trumbull
as txeretary cf the I reasury, tLere would '
be no ruiM-tly hoarding of gold or-ml? 4
oris fluctuations iu the monev market:
itli Hancock as Secretary of War, the '
records of the Department would not be
mysteriously missing; with Coxa See-.
re tary of the Interior, civil service reform
ould not gasp for life, while if these .
names were not sufficient, a splendid UU, ,
ent wou'd remain for bis unpartiaau
rltoicc. There are Doolitlle. Cowan.
Hendricks. Schnrx. the silrer-leocned.
Thurman. whore I ric aad f trenih ef
utellect are farailar iu every State. Gov
Paiker whor wise iolicr in New Jersey
iss excited such commendation. Gov.
cyra'ur; of New York, Palmer, of ini '
nois, English, of Connecticut. .Atkinson, r
Iiiidicntt, and others of Massachusetts.
The list is a biilliant one "and when
ireeley appears as the central figure.
the present Administration, with its gold '"
stocks in-waiting and its dilettante stares
mansUip, noes not provoke unlimited en- '
A MURDERER SOLD AS A SLAVE.:
Among the hopelessly insane wb
were recently transferred from -Black11
ell island to llie near asylum an
Ward's 1. laud, waa Felix Bancbe, Ocr '
ban mulatto. His history is very remark.--.
kable. On tbe night rf January 6, .
be kuied Ins fatber-in-law, liaraoa
Carom, and stabbed his mother-in-law ,
with a sword cane at 154 Sullivan street.
He escaped te New Orleans in woman's
apparel, aud waa there told a a slave. ,
Preferring to be tried for murder rather "
than be held in slavery, be admitted the
crime, surrendered himself to the authori
ties May 7, iSSaod was brought back
to the city by fcargeant Lent. He vu '
convicted of mnrder at the General
Sessiens, June 11, 1559, and waa sen
teticed to be hanged July 22,
A stay ot proceedings was granted.
and then be attempted to kill a brother
Crooner, who be stabbed twice with tns
lade of a large pair of tailor's shears.
As be could not again be tried for murder,
owing to a def. et in the law at that time.
be was tried for fHonton assault, eon rio
ted aud sentenced to tbe Bute prison for
five year. Before he was taken te Sing
Sing, a loaded six-barrel revolver waa
foand on his person, with which be had
io tended to kill the keeper, hoping to cf.
f.-el hia escape.. Shortly, after biim'
prisonmenl be became insane, and we.
cut to the Aubern Lanaue Asylum,
where he remained until September 16,
1SC9. Then be we brought to thi city,
and sent to tbe asylum oa Black vail'
Island. Last Wednesday be wa trans-,
f erred to tbe new aylura on Ward'
land. At the lime of the murder he vra
twenty years of age; he is now thirty-
three. OAuuHla Union.
A movement is now on foot in Cam
den, S. O, the object of which Is i :
erect monuments to the late Rt. Rev. T
F. Davis, 1). D., and bis ten the la!-'
Rev. T. F. Davit, Rector of Orae
Columbia was visited by a fcm.ie norm
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Wednesday o:gbt ding much dxa-
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half asmuch to do.