page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
-i P .. . - . x( . , " .. - . ;
-t -i - ' t ; i ' ' T FT . ' " .
'V ! ' I t C5 A T TC5 TJTTDV XT TfTATD 1 4 lmn il 1
NO. 39.WUOLE NO. 829
111 1 3 mi Mi 111 mil n MISCELLANEOUS iMYS. social
.1 . JI It U 1 K
l'roffietv.r nl Kflitor.
J. STEW AUT
IlATKS OF LIICIIirTIOW
0'K V KAlt. aywjwi julvanc'.
i JL - 1 J
R. $cA. rvTURPHY
i ' ;! :i f
Having airniii Orsanized fur
STOCK of GOODS
irr.M) A' FOOT STONES. &C J forP,erlyui'1 a J be Hardwares tore,
JOHN H. BU1S
flKNUKUS hi- cdmpliim'iits to hi n-fila
I '.'.ii.l ilin Diililicimd in' tl'i nn'fli'it would
i t,. th-ir MlMutiotl Ihh tnlfil faeiliticH
,?...,.tihir avniiHi(1.4 in his lino of ldixint-ss.-
,r.. t.iMuifi-d lo t'iirlii-h all lindM of
i'rvf tonHi; from ljl clK'upiMt Iiul'Htoiips,
ih' -( li!t nioiittiiientSy Thoff irf i'fiii
.iyr aml V'Tj' costly workii'it jtn lniiid, ran
. ,i. coiuiikxIiiUmI on; hort liin!. st ri tly in nc-
fresh J in ttie; room
next door to Jiinsnam & Co., to
inspection! of which tfiy most cor
ly invite tje public; 11
E ii t i r 0 1 Stock
.ri1.ini' -with -ili--ili-atJn". diraun. imu uic
, j .r th eottract. Satifikctioa cuaran
, i llfl will n.t. In" imdi i'ld, XCtth
M, ,t.. Order Holj ted. AddW'SK, y
7;tf JOIt.V JI. IIUI'.S. Salikbnrv
17 MURRAY Street,
was carefully .elected by i!he senior msm
berfof the firu in perton7j anl bought at
rat os wiiu:h will enable ttietn to sell as
low, for CASH, as ' I .
in the '"ity, for Good! or same quality.
Thbir Stock Is Jenep'al.t-iubracing
ull Mie varioiid branches ot
is well supplied with
a large jinil elegant assortment of
PLAIN: 1 FANCY
1 T 1 1 f
,s ana .juDucrs 01
; ; : t'oit
tare, Uoots ana
I Uvea complete j-tock in all K'nc, includ
ing I hen'
Km l'hitlrnli( A
f. h 2
war iiiiwuc nunc j(ut,
. :liid -U'OiHCj.9 iVt. 6.
ti d and carefully tilled at
Groceries, Crpclcry ill
: iSoe5 ,Su?c Leuther,
G rasSypcylhes, Cap,' Letter
: fmd Note Taper,
ENVELOPES, PENS, INK, (frM
U -1 . 1
arid a beautiful assortment of
A M. St'i.i.ivjvx
MCXOSK, Siih'Kinan. . I Tli ey feel assured on their ability to
nd etp'Cially in
trive cut u
I. P. GOAVAX.
'in,' .,t.T ,-. ;,,J l
114. 1 1 1 . - i ; p. 1 1 y y
.ifl vt'.s in Ii)isiiii
h iving iisici:il('H tVm-
uiidor tli.- I'm in Juiini' (if
a:m. SULLIVAN, CO.,
l' I nit:. ih'M uwiir
v 1 llll'V will
iii'a, liiciid . TIm-v
i In- l.irp-.-t i nl be.-
J. Iloliui's' new liuilil-
tli i .n- llai'ilwiire Sioic
ilcitifd to I'.i'M't lit and
,.l'f a iiiamlji '!!t room
in 4w n--;Uid
tS3 Srilo ix cl i el
wnrrtil axsortmrnt. Uaril-
aiul will itiiariAnten as
tint Smith. They wi
nji1 tininrv rio.lm
iriuiil li iriins n en i li old Uy iipy lous in
I deal heavily in tjroeerics
otiynitr .iiui set ci up, aim
nivite all who wih fitlier to l.nv or sell to call
Jan. Uh. J-
Ki W. l'Mi'K.
Nr. si:lm van 4t Co.
T. J. I'lUCE.
: Tin: in
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
TO .iBNKlX'l? COltNKll,
. VlierTtli'y will
.M.'iil, t resh Meat.
Kk'U'S. ('drf' Tea;,
&0 , togetlic
ft"K'k of ll.Hl.Scln. Id
Uriug your country
to P.ll Floiir.
vite old fViendl and 'cuitomery to call and
hiiiiiT with, them- the'if Hcouaintances
Flicy cXjK-ct nlid ii-rtend to maintain the
H'piHMiion oil the t)i4 Al urpliy Hon.e,
whieh i. ell linown t&rpujrhout Western
North Caroliitii..-. All )'l
auiiiiatinn efj. their Ptoc
Nl trouble-ni thow . goioql
ahiiiff. Their motto,
Small piyflts, rfridjyay and
CUT ILLUSTRATIONS, &C,
suitable for all kinds of
Finer and more Ornamental Types fbr
1 i ; -
Business & Professional
Mecklenburg Superior Court.
The whole two weeks of the Court
was occupied with" the State docket
mostly negro eases.
.Nat. Caldwell and hdiza lMyidson,
negros, were tried last week for mur
dering a young baby, borne by Eliza.
Both were found guilty. rat was sen
tenced to be hanged on the 2Gth of
July. He and Eliza, both, confessed
their guilt, and Eliza was sentenced to
be hanged on the 16th of August.
The motherof Eliza, having induced
the killing of the child, was arraigned,
but removed her case to Cabarms.
Elam Potts and Violet Sloan, negroes,
were also tried for child murder. The
Jury returned a verdict agninst them
for concealing the child, but not for
murder. They were sentenced to 12
Newton V. Chandler, white, con
victed of rape, was sentenced to be
hanged on the 9th of August. The
case of Chandler, was removed from
Lincoln to this county. He is a young
man, but Is guilty of a nost outrage
ous offence against a dectnt and virtu
ous girl. Char. Democmt.
Surgical Operation.-tTIic unusu
al operation of hysterotomy was per
formed on yesterday by Dr. J. T. Dar
by upon a colored women in this city.
The womb and nine, tujiors were re
moved.l)r Robertson, Df Winnsboro,
was present together wiUi the profes
sion here. The natient. when last
heard from, was doing well. The op
eration, winch we beliavc is seldom
attempted, was deemed i.ecessary in or
der to save life. Columbia Carolinian.
sk is an ex-
and the priees.
attention, they will
thare of the pub-
are m tlie marKet
and solicit calls
endeavor to inerir their
lie patronage ! They
t'ui all kinds of j produce
from both sellers and buyers.
R. & A. MU3PHY.
Salijtmry, March 23, lS72. f27:ly
I - ! 1
V IlOil.ESALK ANp KETAJT.
BCiXD OZStHS Gil g2
i " I i
i And Cbnimissioiv
j 1 pAi-isnrnY
-March 1st, 1872,
Visiting, PaVty and Wedding Cards ;
Collclre and School
tw ''id mu ur mat W'U '
ui 'if4jl u' 'ioUC '4u
Circiilars of all kinds ;
Terrible Tornado. St. Louis,
May 28. Dispatches from Versailles
and other points in Southwest Miss
ouri says a terrible tornado passed
ovor Morgan countv on Saturdav eve
ning. On the farm of Avery Fisher
and others, houses, barns, orchards
fences, etc., were completely destroyed.
Mr. Jacob Blosscr, and lus child were
killed, and Mrs. LIospit, Avery Fish
er and his wife and twelve others were
A Virtuous and Innocent Woman Done
to Death by Slanderous Tongues.
""Some two or three week I ago ragne
rumors commenced to reach Nahvile ec
Hourly affecting the reputation 0f ex
President Johnson and a ladv of Green.
vilhi wife of the postmaster at that place.
We made inquiry, were inlortued on good
authority that the statements were bune
les, and refrained from any alluvion
thereto in our columns. Bat the gossips
would not desist; all mauner of reports
concerning the lady and gentleman men
tioned were pendetently kept in circula
tion and we finally telegraphed to n pro
minent citizen of Greenville, who an
swered several days since, as tallows :
There is uot an atom of truth in the
alleged scandal. Lying tongues have
driven a virtuon, Christian ladr to
insane suicide. This is a candid state
ment of the facts."
Convinced of the foul injustice that
had been done, we still foreloie, out of
respect for the parties involwd, to gire it
undue publicity, but the following dis
patch from Brooklyn, New York, to the
indianapolis "Journal" shows, that the
slanderers were determined not to be
defeated of their purpose:
"A few days since it was announced
that Mrs. Emily Harold, wife pf the post
niaster at Greenville, East Tennesse, had
committed suicide by shooting herself
through the head with a revolver. A let
ter just received by a resident of Green
ville, now in Brooklyn attending the
!Mcthodit General Conference, conveys
the intelligence that Mrs. Harold had been
Fcduced by ex-President Johnson, and
that discovery and exposure led her to
the commission of the rash act. Great
indignation s expressed among the
citizens of Greenville against the ex
President, and many of the best citizens
refuse to speak to hirn on the street."
We have had every opportunity to
learn oil the circumstances so grossly
misstated in the dispatch above qnoted,
and have no hesitation in saying that, for
heartless cruelty on the part ot the insti
gators and perpetrators, this affair stands
unparalleled in the annals of social mur
der. It was frequently referred to by
prominent East Tennessee Republicans
dining the State Convention of their par
ty recently held here, and they were
unanimous in declaring tli.it the reports
' which remind Mrs. ll.utold insane and
TnE Supreme Coct. All the Judges
have arrived and thej Court wa epened
on yesterday. The flay was consumed in
the examination of a lAimbcr of applicants
for license to practice law in the lower
Courts. To-day the thus will be examird
for Superior Court lifense. To-morrow
. i .i ...
mil puuuaa iua names ot all lortnnate
enough to pass. IialNctcs.
11 l i l I
wounded, only live ot v.iioin are ex-j jpj jlt.r t0 !akc i,er j; Wl.re rtS fAuQ
pected to recover. Jn the vicinity of as the malice of those who invented them
Florence, a great number of house;
barns, v.c, were destroyed.
THE LIFR HAKP.
The noiselew moving hour are bringing
( hangc ; ever charge ringing
On the harp of liAj, frhose measnre
Beat to ftolenm outi4 ad pleasure.
With low tones of anirr movming,
Slolr, Mdly, in themorning ;
Hut the shadm of eVf ning Mealing
O'er U4 hear iu merry ealuig.
Chanel nj, ehanging.iever chaneine.
Oh I hf harp, thy U;ajwi are blending
f rn,J tone nd heavenly brvMling,
Holj UioughU with tare nn wreathing.
O'er eath' vide vi dermic it Mnr
ami uenin vim rufle IiantU
strinen ; f !,
One wailing song, the hap i broken,
Its dving note rc tdl upoken.
I'.ut when the HrlngitarerudelT riven,
The echo sound afr in henTen
And greet the kohI jimt new It roroe
In Welcome to iu In-aveiilj home.
Thro the daya of onf njoicinjt.
Thro' the day of prayer and tasiting.
When demon duut4 around u nweep,
In darLening robeH and Lid u weep ;
When hope, with c.'fitle purlin hand,
ToinU upward to that U tter land,
It measured ruurnlr "till beat on,
As fall the live one bv one.
Oh I dear life harp, that hand would Mar
Thy fitful miuic forjone day,
One hour, one niorr.fnt kt It be,
In life or dentinr, lu dotinr.
e would not know when we were LU-.t
If all hoar were bti r of ret ;
Nor would we know1, the debt of f?ve,
If human heart cuuU never rove.
For thoe vjio snfUq mi"l, love hot.
Know most feel iDt, frmu out the pnt
They lef-tHM lcara, and memorie al,
Of other days makeihe ntw glad.
"THE LANDLAHyTs DAUGHTER"
The following, fnpm the German of
I I'hland is one of those slrange and start-
ia a a .
ling codcciU winch no other language
There mme three ntndcnM over the Khine
larae Werter'n houe thty enterel in ;
l.imc Werter, hact thuti! pool ln-cr and wine
And where' that lovely d.iug!i(ir of UiineT"
P P TT,
JL. XXI I.-1 Jk I 1 A
Tobacco Notices and
L MB E LS
GRANT IX THE WILDERNESS.
In noticing the bost of the Senatorial
clown from Nevada, which was couch
ed in the words "Grant has boon in the
m..i. li II 'It
ilderness beiore, ana lie win come
out as he did before," a Washington
correspondent of the New" York World
comments as lollows.
How did Grant come out of the
"Mr beer awl wine i frrrh
My daughter is lyin; ctl I cyi In r hit r."'
They Heiied within the l1i.wm1 it of ref.
Where Hhrined lay the r .niiden, in hlai.L robo
was inaj'peasable and devilish. All of
these ge ltlemen were Mr. Johnson's
political opponents some of them his
personal enemies yet they ail expressed
ll-.i' firmiBt rnrwirtinn of hi innofrnco !
ail bore testimony t, the life-time piety I ? J11 ,'c,;lrtw rmT Ucc. !hc v '1:
, , , . -ii l i j i I wert thou aiive thfu rnifivii pah
of the lady with whose name his had u ;. i... iiiL.a.i...i i n .
"How dearlv would I lofe thee i.ow .'"
been so f.itallv assoiatid. Tlicv explained
that (Jreenville is a aossitiins village of
some tlU9auil iuh ibitants, and that for The second, he covered the f r anew.
it t i . i. i.. I And, wecnins. he tnrneu a-ide fn.m the
1 T .1 I II W( I 111 XII IIllll'll a.- 1III1T i ik 1 . I
' iadv on the streets is sufTitieut to make
-,v., ! her the social prey of his enemies. His
i . ...r .i iii
AH nie : tli.it Hum n-(n innroi.i uut,
The one I have loved f fo manv a vear .'
dcrness.' It us sec. lie Ikui on as- iIC!,uietial chair to his home in that
suming command May 4, I8G4, of cf- place has been irreproachable. Even had
. i i . x i. i r . . . 1 . it !
icctive men, oesiucs mc reserve, wnen t,uci, not been the case, lie would nartiiy
he crossed the Ilapadan, 12.),(XH). Lec have been base enough to betray the wife ! And that kU that ki vita Promethean
The third once more uplifted the veil,
lie kissed the lip o deajlly pale,
"Thee lovel I rrrr, utiUtyve 1 thee.
And thee will I love through eternitv.'
Uorrors lie Karth7uale(ker 2,000
Souk Missing A Mountain Split in
TicainA Rescue from a Licing Grave.
Nett Yok, Jane 4. Tie London 7 eU
egraph, of the 24th of May, has the fol
lowing : " A private letter girea intertit
ifg particulars of the earthquake which
occurred in Antioch, on the SOlli cf ApriL
Two-thirds of the hones in the town Lave
been utterly ruined, Including the raoat
ancient and durable buildings, andtha re
maining houses are o greatly damaged
that there is co possibility of ocCTpyinj
thera. The inhabitants, wlo art in treat
misery, arc living in tent outside the town,
and in deep grief on account of the Iota
of relatives and property. The aacrifie
has been very great, 100 Mahometan!, '
and 250 Christians aodJewt being report
Close to Aotioch is the Itle ofSnnda.
in whkh all the bouse, numbering nearly
on inousana, are mated. In Elonihia
and Eljvloba and Gallaca al art entire
ly ruined. Three hundred persons p
Uhed in the Utter place.
When the earthquake took place,
Mount Bitios wag plit roto two pieces,
and a torrent of black water hunt forth,
tainting theatmosphcre with a strong offen
shepherds near the cost state that the
sea rose about 100 feet higher than tuaaL
Kigbt days after the earthquake occur
red a Greek priest went into a large
church iu Autioch to seek for the plate,
and vbile among the ruins which had ae
cumulated to the extent of about seven or
eight feet, he heard a feeble voice implor
ing assistance. On proceeding to the spot
he found a young lady, 18 yean of age,
deeply imbeded in the debris. She told
hiui that the and a young brother Lad
been buried alive. The priest p roe 0 red
assistance nd the sufferers were extrica
ted, but the young lady has since died, and
the brother cootiuuej in a dangerous stale.
Wc wish it were possible to pertande
some otherwise most excellent mothers
how much trouble they woald save
themselves, by exercising a little firxnneti
towards their young children. Of coarse
it take more lime !to cutcst a point with
a child than to yield it ; and a busy moth-
er, uot lellecting that this is not lor oaee,
, Hiui for thousands of future times, and to
rid hcrtclf of future importunity, says,
wearily, "yes yes you may da it'
when all the while she knows it to be
; wrong and most injurious to the child.
i Then there comes a time when she must
iay No ! and the difficulty of enforcirg it,
at so late a period of indulgence, none can
tell but "eajiy" mothers of aell-wUltd
childien. For your own sales, then, if
you have not the future good of your
childien at heart ; for your own sakra
and to save yourselves great trouble in
I the future, learn to say No and take
t timi In nfnrrp if Tvf rerv itiinv
go, if necessary, because this contest moat
be fought out successfully with every
separate child ; and once foDght, it it done
w ith foreve r. When wc see mother, day
ti:r Salt, l'iekles, Mo-
r with a hu ge atid varied
ai'd tahle necessities,
1'ltlCE & liUO.
! V ' 1
e( p eonstanthlon hand a larje and choice
otk of (Sl-rCtliAL MEKCIIANDISE
ewiipi isintPry Goods. roeeries. Wares, etc.
cil whipfi they would! espeeially mention
Sitrjar amt pofTec of all grades,
fori all purposes y
of his oldest friend of the man who
toiled. bidc him in the same shop and who
was not forgotten in the days of his fame
and prosperity. Nnshrille Banner.
Upon the saare subiect the Union and
1 - -
la n (is
t ! ' ir.,r
for the iest 1'
rl'WAUIlS or FIFTY FIRST PRE
M I UAtS and Gild and Silver Medals
were ajwaVded ti Chalks M. Stiki'F
anoa in, compeitiou
'whh -all the leading mannfactur-
Vrs I of the country.
Office and KTct Warcrooms,
-V.. 9 A orth Lrlrrtu . t L TDIOIIR Md,
Thu Sth T liainU contain all the latest im
rri.vemeuts to lie lolmd in a firt-elass Tiano
rovenients! ol iiik own in
nnd in other iiifitruments.
and finish of their iustru-
r LEA 1 HLu,
tfHOKS & BOOTS,
FLOUR and pdEAL,
I SO VPS
j f PEPPER and SPICES,
" LIQUORS; , of all
of choice quality.
on given to consism-
kifids always on hand.
nieiUs and prompt returns made.
5U:tr I -
'itti additionl! im
jMitum, not to jb f
'flic tone, teueh
lHt-utjt eapnojt he excelled by any, minufactur-
. A lar(?o asiotnl'nt of seeond-liand Pianos
iway ou bftTHl.frlm s7" to Mv.
I'arlor and Churrfh Orjrans some tiwentv dif
fr'iit Blylert'on ha id from :o fljU upwards.
Si'tid for Illustrated Catalogue, eontaininir
naie of or ('r twelve hundred Southerners
oive hundred ot whieli are Virginians, two
Imndred N'orth Cirolinittrts, one hundred and
I'fty East Tuunemeans. and .others throughout
! Sonth). who have bought tlTo Stiell' Piano
iee the close of the war.
. JJ AiLENMJliOWN Agent,
-MQt :j I Salisbury, K. C.
- i r 1
Land Devils, Trustee Deeds,
Commissioner's Deeds, Sheriti''
eeds, OL'attlc lirt-aces,
For Clerks, Magistrates
and Solicitors ;
at the same time had an effective force
of 52,000. Grant's reinforcements up
to the -battle of Cold Harbor, June J,
were 07,000. Lee s reinforcements, up
to the same date were 18,000. Grant s
total force including reinforcements, American speaks n lollows :
was 222,000. Lee's total force, inclu-;; There havii-- anneared in Cincinnati
ding reinforcements, was 70,00. He- papers of the 2lst and 22d instant, a ru
ference to their respective governments rflor that ex-President Johnsen had been
showed that when both armies had guilty of improper intimacy with a lady
reached the James, June 10, tlienumber. in Greenville, we deem it due both to the
of Grant's rirmv that had been nut hors ex-President and to the memory of the
de combat was 117,000. Lp to this
date the number of Lee's army that
had been put hors de combat was 10,
000. Grant had more than three men
for every one that Lee had 222,000 .
iM else required in the to 7o-- ('rant '"f
a - 1 men for every one that Lee lot
lady, now deceased, to say that upon the
announcement of such a rumor in Green
ville, the pl ace of the residence of the
parties, a committee of citizens, irrespec
live of party, took the matter in hand
and made a thorough investigation. The
result was a complete reftuation of the
imputation and a denunciation of the story
Thrilled with new life thf quirering frame.
And the maid nroe an stood hy hi ide,
That (Undent's own luted anJ loving bride!
THK LANGU Afill OF FLOWERS.
The frail lily is an 'image of holy inno
cence; faith is represented to us in the
blue passion flower ; Ijope beam from the
evergreen; peace frori the elivc branch ;
immortality from the immortelle; the cares
of life are represented j by the rosemary ;
a .Las a
the. victory ot the spirjt by the palm: com
passion by the ivy; tenderness by the
myrtle; natural honcstv and fidelity by
the forgrt-me-not. j
Even the disposition? of the human soul
are expressed by flowfrs.
Thus silent grief iJ portrayed by the
weeping illow; shuddering bv the aspen ;
by day, worried harrassed, worn out b
ceaseless teasing? and importunities
for want of a. little flrmnesa at the ouUet,
we know not whether to be more orryor
angry. At any rate, we have no patince
to stay by and witness such sad management.
I A RARE
! ! ! j
To Secure a
AND VALUABLE RAL ESTATE, consist
ing of a modern &id cbramodiona house, am
ple out buildings, good water, a fine large gar
den, arid from 8 tb 38 s; ores of .excellent land,
all lying in the inburl s of Salisbury ; all in
closed;, and elliible fr building lots. The
above property is oneof fhemost HESIRABLE
?it this part of the eonntry, and will be increas
ed in ; a IA" k by the completion of the contem
plated Hail I loads to (lus place. Persons in
terested in such prierjty, are invited to call on,
ori address the subscriber.
iJNd. A. BRADSIIAW,
i J baltibury, X. C.
April 18, lST2.-31:tf.
Fw ijule at t.
Cheap Cbattlo lo.rtgagcs,
d various Ulicr blank for sale here.
! FANCY H1R WORK.
: 3iun. &. w.j i tuuiui..L., win ao any
kiua ot .
Fancy! Hnir Work.
Repair Braides, nakb Curls, Switches, Or
niunents aud Jei elrjf Setts ; also make fami
ly htair into W teathsL and Boquets.
; For terms call at her residence ou Chureh
street. West of the Methodist Church. Sam
plestean be seen at S. W. Terrell's Store
on Iunis$ street j
Grant havins in the first instance more
than twice as many men as Lec 125,
000 to 52,000 vet had to be rein
forced bv more men than Lee ever had
07,000 to 70,000. These enormons
armies did not suffice fo overthrow Lee.
This line which was fought on all sum
mer, was abandoned. All that sum
mer and the fall succeeding, and then
the winter, and at last the spring was
spent before, by this system of ex
changing six dead or wounded north
ern soldiers lor every one ueaa or
wounded southern soldier, the exhaus
tion of Lee and his army became com-
nlete at Annomattox Court-house.'
This beinsthe wav Grant got out of
the Wilderness, we may imagine over
wlmt met nnd overthrow, nav riiin of
circulation! is good, and its standing tjie intere.sts of his country lie will,
1 . I if he does, escape from the wilderness
and patron&ge improving. It is one of popular doubt and disfavor that now
m nnn i. l ' . i , i ... i :.!... ,1. , c nietHiiciioiy u 111.3 . t . 1...:
U''V in,;, af", 7r , V, fa ,i !fm.Jlinr rocket is a fir" re of life, a, it
ny as Lee had and 12,000 over half as shadow of found at.on. 1 he lady was the - frontlerfbetween liarht and
many more besides 1 17,000 to 70,000. wife of one of Mr Johnson s oldest ana . Tm MW, V b U,C9C flower?
nmnl hnvino-in the first instance more best friends. Iu the language of a spe- . 1 , ' ,
...1 .,l.a 7r; ,.d American l" ""1 o 1 J
eiai inrpinuii" !- .:,), 1
hf.r de:ith-nnd burial : "The " I
niiuvuuviug ' v.
funeral occurred at the Presbyterian
Church, of which she had beeu a consis
tent member for over thirty years. A
large concourse followed the remains to
the grave. The deceased was was fifty
two years of age and had for fojty years
led an upright, irreproachable life in this
e will add a lur.uer ex-
Is a candidate for public favor. Its
tract from a private letter written by a
well-known lawyer f (Jreenville, a
Northern gentleman, who has been living
there since the war: "She was one of the
purest, best, most universally beloved
t women I ever knew. There isn't a man,
.voman.or child, of any religion, politics
or color, in the county who believe one
word ot the glanderous report.
Intolerance. i is a very danger
ous thing in this country to le inde
pendent, or to act arid think for your
self. Men are very 'intolerant of op
position, whether in Church or in
State. 'What is hetjrodoxv?' aked a
Error. In our report of the proceed
ings of the Convention on yesterday we
reported Mr. Graham as saying that Lit
llefikid was sent frm this city to Cary
station by private conveyance, where he
found an engine ordered there by Major
W. A. Smith to take him to the West.
The Major distinctly said Swepson and
we should have reported it Swepaoa and
not Litllefield Ntus.
Axutuer Error. Wc said, jester
day, there were seven white men to hear
Gov. Caldwell at Whitcville. tVe intent
ded to say ven white radicals ; there
were at least twenty-five white men in all.
After the Governor' speech there were
only four white Radicals left, three of the
seven turning over on the spot. Of the
four that were left, two were dead drunk.
"How much did be leave T" inquired a
gentleman of a wag on learning the death
of a wealthy citixen. "Everything, re
sponded the wag; "he didn't take dollar
w ith him."
A letter wpiter, describing & ball,
savs the feature which made the deepest
British statesman of Charles James
Fox on one occasion, ' W hv said the i jtn"prc Mion on him was the "unusual nam
wittv and acconiiJiHed debater 'heter- : ber of very plump women foaming ore
odoxv is your doxy, sand orthodoxy i
flnw' ou archil nirlit. a mar-
r - - i
of the best advertising mediums in
environs his path to re-election.
and offers its facilities on as
the tops of their dresses. -
Ax exchange mentions a case beyond
liberal terms as an v.
Gov. Scott, in a letter to a New
Vnrk- firm, savs the interest -on the!
State debt cannot be paid before July,
1873, as the last Legislature made no
IN the Strict Court of the United States vision for its payment.
for the Cape !Fear TJistriet of North Carolina.
In the matter of John W. Holm, bankrupt
Upon the application of the Assignee of John
W. Holm, bankrupt, it is ordered that a second
meeting of the , Creditors of said bankrupt be
held in Charlotte, on the 29th of Mav 18,2, at
10 o'clock, ajm.,at the office of B. H. Broadfield,
one of the Register in Bankruptcy, in said Dis
trict, for the purpose named in the Twenty-se
venth becuon of the Act of Congress.
i il W. H. SIMPSON, Assignee.'
.May 1st, 1872. 2w34. , !
A narrow ruarc Railroad is to be
built from Yorkville S. C. to I?noir,
Gen. Robert 11. Vance was, on Saturday
last, nominated by the Democrats fur
from the Mountain District.
Hon. J. C. Harper is the present incum
bent. Capt. T. D. Johnston, of Buncombe,
is nominated for elector.
"Star" learns that
twnt toi 000 have been subscribed to
building the railroad from that place to
the sea-shore, and that work will be
commenced in aboct .'JO d iy3.
MU-s Praddon, tin novelist, it is said,
has lent to the jewelry d. paitment of the
London International Exhibition ?2",000
worth of diamonds.
The Hillsboro Recorder says that hog
cholera prevails in Jackson county and
they have no remedy for it. In Ran
dolph one fourth of the entire stock were
Judge Logan, at Mecklenburg Superior
S'-iturdav. re fused to graut a
tn Ann Eliza Davidson, and
...ano her to be hanrred on the 16th
velous proper fellovi if you agnc with tijC oldinary oculUts. It is that of ayounf
me, but you are notja man ot wisdom ; ijdy who, instead of a pupil, ha a pro
and iudmcnt if yqu tahc iuc with j fcesor in her eye.
my dictum. So most; men think. The
eloquent Voorhees, !of Indiana, who
has been a great favorite with the de
mocracy and the SoOth, is now 'catch
all around for his spoeHi the
other dav, in which he ventilated uree-
lev's record, lie Ncharg'-u wun ix-
in' brought up lccabe he dared to say
what he thought I dial, niinet.
km in once said
A fHKEWn old get;
di.-hirr: " Re sure my dear, you
never m"rrv a poor mjari ; but remember
that the puurc: ni-m ji; " wo,i,J, ' one
that has money and ijoihing else."
M DiCK," said a Certain lawyer to a
conntryman who was considered more
fool than knave, "wjiat should you call
the two greatest curiosities in the world I
"Why;" replied Dick! "an honest lawyer
ana a nm uu
A sewing society at Milwaukee eantm
up a neighbor' character in exactly
What is that which no one wuhe to
have and uo one wishe to loose f Abahl
A Philadelpliia paper say that one
half of the servant girls iu that city axa
The Rileish 7n7y Xnt i in trouble iecasaa
a Rool mary Iernof ratic paper do not know
the name of their candiditM. ntirfr Timet.
would be better for tmc of the notainets
Timi' party, if their name were nt
quite f-o well known In Nordi Carolina- Some
of the Radical candidtea are more aofcriow
than diinguL.hed. After the first Thursday
in August, they ill sink into that obaqurity
from which they wuald hare never etnerfed but
for the reign of corruption and Carpet-biai.
I of the